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This collection includes correspondence, official documents, family trees, and photographs relating primarily to Ruth Marion Mosse and the Mosse family. Also included are documents pertaining to Ruth Marion Mosse’s erstwhile husband Ernest Goodman.
This collection contains family correspondence and employment, immigration and restitution correspondence and documents. Also included are photographs relating to Ruth Taub and her parents, Isaak and Lisette Nathan.
This collection documents the restitution claims made by Clementine Neumann (1889-1967) on behalf of herself and her husband, Isak Neumann (1881-1951), who ran a piano-leasing business in Frankfurt am Main before the Neumann family emigrated in 1938. The collection contains correspondence, legal documents, and some financial records.
The Ruth R. Dresner Collection comprises research material and writings about the well-known Jewish social worker Bertha Pappenheim. It includes copies of articles, offprints and clippings on her in addition to a dissertation on her work and some correspondence concerning the accumulation of research on her life and work. Material on the German stamp issued in her honor and some photographs are also present.
This collection contains materials about fashion designer and artist Ruth Lotte Rogers-Altmann née Karplus (1917- ). Documents found here include photocopies of professional materials and clippings relating to her career as a ski fashion designer, as well as some photographs.
This collection contains over 2,000 Yiddish songs performed by some of the most extraordinary traditional singers of the 20th century, including the renowned vocalist and scholar Ruth Rubin herself.
Ruth Rubin's entire life's work can be found in this collection: field recordings recorded by Rubin between 1946 and the 1970s on 78rpm acetate discs, reel-to-reel tapes and cassettes, lectures, concerts, radio interviews, videos, notes, correspondence, manuscripts and published materials.
The collection contains documentation of Ruth DeJay née Warschawzik and Otto DeJay, formerly Otto Dietsche, including vital records, passports and identity cards, school certificates, military service records, correspondence, biographical notes, and family trees.
Publications "Judentum und Abendland" by Willy Hartner (1961), "Festgabe" for the tenth anniversary of the Akademie fuer die Wissenschaft des Judentums, 1919-1929. Two Publications concerning the dedication of the new synagogue in Augsburg (1917): Festschrift "Ein Gang durch die Geschichte der Juden in Augsburg" and "Reden bei der neuen Synagoge zu Augsburg am 4. April 1917." Whitfield (Waitzfelder) family correspondence; photograph of Waitzfelder tombs; annoucement for a welfare film presented by the Israelitischer Frauenverein Augsburg, clipping. Letter by Ruth Whitfield, Goldberg's daughter, explaining the fate of her family after the November pogrom. Various documents pertaining to the family of Ruth Goldberg, especially documents relating to her grandfather Michael Goldberg (marriage contract (1877, original document, old German script), birth certificate for Jacques Julius Goldberg (1881, copy); death certificate; Citizenship certificate ("Naturalisationsurkunde") for Michael Goldberg and his family (1898, Speyer, original document, old German script); Heimatschein for Michael Goldberg (1898, Landau, original document, old German script); Julius Goldberg's registration book for the University of Heidelberg (1902, original document); marriage certificate for Jacques Julius Goldberg (Strassburg, 1911, original document); funeral sermon for Michael Goldberg (Landau, 1914); newspaper clipping (1914); Various diploma and certificates for Jacques Waitzfelder: diploma as a political economist (University of Munich, 1926), Hoeherer Justiz- und Verwaltungsdienst (Wuerzbuerg, 1927), Admission as a lawyer (Munich, 1933).
This collection consists of the personal papers of Ruth Worth (1915-1997). Born in Halberstadt, Germany, Ruth Worth was held in Camp de Gurs before immigrating to the United States in 1941. Materials include personal correspondence, personal documents, legal papers and correspondence related to restitution and inheritance claims, and a few photographs.
The bulk of the collection consist of scrapbooks containing information on the Jewish community of Philadelphia and other subjects.
Correspondence with literary figures including Joel Entin, Kalman Marmor, Nahum Baruch Minkoff, Alexander Mukdoni, Joseph Opatoshu, Joseph Rolnick, Jacob Isaac Segal, Lamed Shapiro. Manuscripts of Miller's writings. Clippings about Miller and of his writings.
Consists of a genealogical chart of the Frankfurt-Trager family, and a history of the family.
Mutual aid society founded in New York in 1920. Incorporated on April 21, 1920. Provided loans to members experiencing financial or medical distress. Society and its burial grounds were open to Jewish members of the Soll family. Functioned as a burial society. Society used the Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Queens, NY.
Certificates of honor, titles, clippings, and offprints by and about the physician Dr. S. Theodor Stein, most noteworthy letters from crowned European individuals.
This collection contains primarily copies of Morais' sermons and addresses, both in published and manuscript form, the majority of the latter written in shorthand. Collection also contains the manuscript copy of his unpublished translation of the Book of Jeremiah (67 pages), a brief resume and explanation of the Laws of Shechita in manuscript form, a manuscript copy of a Contract of marriage at which he officiated (1862), a manuscript poem in Hebrew on the assasination of President Lincoln, a letter of condolence to Lucien Moss (1872), and clippings from the Jewish Messenger of a series of articles by Morais. Included with collection are 33 unidentified manuscript items, mostly in shorthand.
This collection describes the professional life of the writer Salamon Dembitzer, who is best known as a Yiddish poet and the author of Visas for America, a novel on the situation of Jewish refugees during World War II. Included in these papers are manuscripts of his poetry, newspaper articles, and novels as well as reviews of his work, correspondence, and biographical information on him.
The Salier Family Collection holds papers of members of the Salier family as well as related families, such as the Alexander, Lipmann, and Lehmann families. The collection consists primarily of official, educational, and professional documents of family members, along with a small amount of family correspondence, a few photographs, family writing, newspaper clippings and articles, a cookbook, and a friendship album.
The collection consists of two manuscripts by Lothar Salin regarding the Salin family and the Jewish community of the small Bavarian town of Thuengen.
The collection is primarily composed of the letters of Sally Pottlitzer to his wife, as well as a poetry album and some personal and family papers.
This collection contains a number of Kaiserslautern Rabbi Sally Baron's homiletic writings and notebooks, as well as a small number of his documents and papers.
The Sally Bodenheimer collection has a direct bearing on Jewish history in Germany and Austria throughout the 16th to 19th centuries and well into the middle of the 20th century. It encompasses manuscripts, rare printed documents, autograph letters, stamps, artwork (engravings), posters, broadsides, photographs, ex-libris, and various memorabilia.
This collection contains the papers of Sallyann Amdur Sack, “The Godmother” of Jewish Genealogy. In 1980, Sack founded the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington (JGSGW); in 1984, she organized the First International Seminar on Jewish Genealogy in Jerusalem, Israel; and in 1985, she co-founded AVOTAYNU: The International Review of Jewish Genealogy, known as “The Voice” of Jewish Genealogy research. These papers chronicle Dr. Sack’s groundbreaking work, which ranges from the early 1980s through 2007. The collection contains correspondence, conference and seminar materials, planning and research papers, as well as photographs and audio/visual material.
Manuscript by Friedrich Thieberger, Salomo, typescript, 273 pages, in German, along with a bibliography and photo of Thieberger.
The collection from the estate of Salomon Baer Spiro holds two volumes of bound manuscripts containing the Hebrew writings and religious interpretations of rabbis and community members in Silesia. Also included are explanatory notes for the manuscripts and one of its authors - Joseph the Preacher, as well as loose leaves found between the manuscript pages.
The Salomon Benedikt Goldschmidt Family Collection encompasses family papers and genealogical information on the family, documenting several generations of the Goldschmidt family as well as the related Porges von Portheim family. Included are short memoirs and diaries along with official and legal documents and two genealogical works with numerous family trees. Other items include account books, newspaper clippings, and a few letters and photographs.
This collection comprises George Salomon's material for the planned publication "The Salomon Family of Friesack" which he did not finish before his death in 1981. The material is composed of genealogical tables, memoirs, photographs, maps, books, correspondence and newspaper publications as well as of writings by ancestors of George Salomon. The collection provides extensive genealogical information on the Salomon family as well as information on Friesack, a town at the western border of Brandenburg.
This collection contains materials regarding Salomon Frankfurter including writings by and about him, as well as newspaper clippings, obituaries, a photograph, articles and notes for his 70th and 80th birthdays.
The Salomon Heilberg Collection documents the real estate holdings of Salomon Heilberg, their sale, purchase and taxation, as well as providing further information on his financial interactions with others. A very small amount of information on other family members is also present. The collection consists of legal and financial information and forms, land register entries, mortgage cancellation forms, tax papers, loan agreements, an account book, clippings and a birth certificate.
Dr. Salomon P. Ratner , the youngest of ten children, was born to M'Shulum Frivel and Bashe Leah in Pinsk, Russia. His parents served on the estate of another Jew, Zalman Pulman. Salomon attended Yeshiva in Slutzk, later leaving the Yeshiva to obtain a secular education. He immigrated to New York with his parents in 1902 where they were aided by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society and reunited with several of his syblings. While working as a clerk in a pharmacy, Salomon attended the New York College of Dentistry. He married Leah Altshule in September 1910 and opened a practice on Broome and Eldridge Street.
- Leo Baeck Institute 2238
- YIVO Institute for Jewish Research 1983
- American Jewish Historical Society 1325
- American Sephardi Federation 37
- Yeshiva University Museum 10
- Center for Jewish History 3 + ∧ less
- Correspondence 1743
- Photographs 1142
- Clippings (information artifacts) 892
- Manuscripts (documents) 779
- New York (N.Y.) 577
- Genealogical tables 501
- Archival materials 469
- Official documents 457
- United States -- Emigration and immigration 415
- Emigration and immigration 393
- Berlin (Germany) 355
- Jews -- Charities -- New York (State) -- New York. 315
- United States 315
- Jews -- New York (State) -- New York -- Societies, etc. 310
- Fraternal organizations -- New York (State) -- New York. 306
- New York (N.Y.) -- Social life and customs. 299
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) 296
- Immigrants -- United States 280
- Landsmanshaftn -- New York (State) -- New York 265
- Jewish families 258 + ∧ less
- English 4458
- German 2373
- Yiddish 1014
- Hebrew 920
- French 628
- Spanish; Castilian 264
- Russian 254
- Polish 210
- Italian 192
- Hungarian 139
- Latin 130
- Swedish 108
- Dutch; Flemish 107
- Czech 96
- Afrikaans 69
- Portuguese 54
- Chinese 31
- Romanian; Moldavian; Moldovan 25
- Danish 24
- Ukrainian 23 + ∧ less
- National Jewish Welfare Board 99
- Theresienstadt (Concentration camp) 81
- American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee 71
- YIVO Archives 57
- Niger, Samuel, 1883-1955 54
- Leivick, H., 1888-1962 50
- Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America 47
- Baeck, Leo, 1873-1956 44
- American Jewish Congress 39
- Gurs (Concentration camp) 35
- Ravitch, Melech, 1893-1976 34
- Sutzkever, Abraham, 1913-2010 34
- American Jewish Committee 33
- United Jewish Appeal 33
- Wise, Stephen S. (Stephen Samuel), 1874-1949 33
- B'nai B'rith 32
- Weinreich, Max, 1894-1969 32
- Charney, Daniel, 1888-1959 31
- Buber, Martin, 1878-1965 30
- Szold, Henrietta, 1860-1945 30 + ∧ less