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Private and official correspondence as well as various writings pertaining to Dr. Philipp Auerbach
The collection consists of research materials on the history of Philipp Brothers collected by Helmut Waszkis for his book Philipp Brothers: the Rise and Fall of a Trading Giant, 1901-1990.
This collection is comprised of the papers of the librarian and author Philipp Flesch. It prominently features manuscripts of his writing, which consists of poetry, essays, short stories, and a novel. In addition, the collection holds a small amount of Philipp Flesch's personal and professional correspondence as well as some personal papers, including official documents.
The Philipp Loewenfeld Collection mainly consists of legal documents and correspondence with Loewenfeld's colleagues.
Consists almost entirely of magazine articles about American Jews who have attained prominence in various fields, including entertainment, sports, and business. Files arranged by name, except small number at end listed by particular topics.
Contains correspondence, receipt books, business records, insurance policies, the will of Henry Whiteman, Jacobs' father-in-law, records pertaining to the settlement of Whiteman's estate, Jacobs' will, and material relating to the settlement of Jacobs' estate by Peter McCartee, Richard Cunningham, and Richard Ellis.
Manuscripts of a Yiddish play and short story. English translation of David Bergelson's The Witness. Manuscripts of poems by Menke Katz in English. Clippings from the Yiddish press.
This Collection contains personal papers, correspondence, and other material relating to the Phillips family, 1733-1954. The majority of the materials are in regard to the following family members: Jonas Phillips (1733-1802), Naphtali Phillips (1815-1868), Joseph Phillips (1811), Rebecca Hart Phillips (1812), Joshua Phillips (1852-1858), Isaac Phillips (1830-1884), Roslie Solomons Phillips (1872-1945), Naphtali Taylor Phillips (1895-1954).
Notable objects in this collection include Jonas Phillips' copy of a book on the laws and practice of shehita, printed in Wandsbeck, Germany, in 1733; Naphtali Phillips' letters regarding Congregation Shearith Israel; Isaac Phillips' correspondence relating to his position as Appraiser of Merchandise for the Port of New York; Roslie Solomons Phillips' letters from Eleanor Roosevelt; and Naphtali Taylor Phillips' correspondence relating to Congregation Shearith Israel, the Touro Synagogue, the Federation of American Zionists, the National Conference of Jewish Charities (Committee on Palestinian Charities), and Adolphus S. Solomons. Collection also contains published Masonic materials, political memorabilia, and a letter from George Mifflin Dallas to an unidentified member of the Phillips family, 1856.
Ruth Sapin Hurwitz was a social worker, teacher, writer, lecturer and proponent of Jewish Cultural heritage and ideas. The Ruth Sapin Hurwitz Photograph Album contains black and white photographs taken by Hurwitz during her time as a student at Wellesley College (1906-1910). The album includes undated handwritten captions and provides a look into women’s college life during the early part of the 20th century. Images capture campus activities such as studying, theatre performances, and social events. Also included are images from Hurwitz trips to Europe and across the United States.
The materials in this record group document the entirety of Hadassah’s history and work in Israel and the United States in photographs—prints, slides, glass lantern plates, and digital images.
The collection contains the following publication: Social Science (winter, 1937).
The collection contains informational pamphlets on the consolidation of the two fraternities, as well as a chapter and membership directory.
Certificate of incorporation, 1926. Minutes, 1939-1967. Dues ledger, correspondence, photographs.
Minutes, 1971-1975. Financial records. Souvenir journals, 1930, 1950, 1955.
This collection consists of material pertaining to Pinchas E. Rosenbluth (1906-1985).
The papers consist of manuscripts of Guterman's works including the autobiographical novel Mayn shtetl (My Town), and some clippings.
Papers of Rabbi Pinchas Mordechai Teitz (1908-1995) cover the period from the late 1960s to the early 1980s and document his activities related to Soviet Jews. The collection contains correspondence, related to Soviet Jews, documentation of Rabbi Teitz’ trips to the USSR, his articles on Soviet Jews, the Russian-Hebrew religious books published for Russian-speaking Jews by the enterprise MOHIR ( established by Teitz) records of shipments of books and religious items to the Soviet Union, a sound recording reflecting the visit of the Chief Rabbi of Moscow to the USA in 1968, and photographs related to Rabbi Teitz Soviet Jewry activities in the USA and the USSR. The documents include articles, correspondence, notes, prayer books, publications, news clippings, a trip report, photographs and a vinyl record.
Biographical materials on well-known Jewish personalities; geographical materials on communities destroyed by Nazis; topical materials on miscellaneous subjects including the Alter-Erlich Affair, the Eichmann Trial.
Correspondence with Jewish writers. Correspondence with Turberg's friends from Jedwabne, Lomza and Kolno, 1890s.
The collection contains papers including vital documents, membership cards, awards, medals, diaries, memoirs, diaries, manuscripts, legal papers, correspondence, business records, wills, genealogies and family histories regarding the Pinkus family, notable textile manufacturers in Neustadt (now Prudnik, Poland) in Upper Silesia, and their personal and business affairs. The family was also highly regarded for its support of civic and cultural affairs in the area, and corresponded with several notable cultural figures.
The collection focuses on the genealogical research of Elizabeth Brody and John Peters of the related Ehrlich, Fränkel, and Pinkus families. The collection primarily contains correspondence; however it also includes: genealogical notes, family trees, photographs, a small travel diary, and papers relating to Elizabeth Brody's trip to Europe in 2010.
Lists descendants of one branch of the family of Juan Vas Pinto (1797-1869).
Records of the tax lists of the Piotrkow Trybunalski Ghetto.
This collection contains a wide variety of genealogical research materials, especially family trees, as well as photocopied and original family documents, on the both the Plaut family and other families, all assembled by Elizabeth Strauss Plaut.
The collection consists of manuscripts and copies of manuscripts of Yiddish plays and translations or adaptations from plays in other languages. Playwrights include: Ossip Dymow, Sigmund Feinman, Abraham Goldfaden, Jacob Gordin, Jacob Jacobson, Harry Kalmanovitch, Leon Kobrin, Zisl Kornblith, Joseph Latteiner, Solomon Libin, N. Rakow, Moishe Richter, Nahum Meir Shaikewitz, Sholem Aleichem, William Siegel, Boris Thomashefsky, Isidore Zolatarevsky, Miriam Shomer Zunser. There are translations into Yiddish of works by the following authors: Leonid Andreyev, Maksim Gorkii, Leo Tolstoy, William Shakespeare, Paddy Chayefsky.
The record group contains a Beth David Cemetery map, a copy of the certificate of incorporation, a membership list, and a burial list.
Constitutions. Financial documents, 1928-1948. Membership ledger, 1928-1942. Cemetery records. Speeches, meeting announcements, souvenir journals. Calendar booklets, 1920-1968. Photographs. Miscellaneous, 1859, 1920.
Includes genealogies for the following families: Brodsky, Kaplan, Podcaminer, Gafni, Kiel, Roisman, Tsoor, Winkler, Zenk, Brazinsky, Horowitz, Lorge, Ovitz, Swirson, Titinschneider, and Wilner; also includes a name index, list of marriages, list of individuals, footnotes, a research list, excerpts from books used in research, correspondence, a map of Beth David cemetery, maps of Ukraine, and family photographs.