Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
The AMIT records contain correspondence, periodicals, program, project, and subject files, films, reports, convention and chapter material and photographs that document the organizational activities, educational and humanitarian achievements in Israel, and fundraising efforts of this American Jewish Zionist volunteer organization from 1933-2005. The AMIT Records were donated to the American Jewish Historical Society in 2010. The donation, while incomplete, represents the most complete set of documents, to date, related to the projects and achievements of AMIT and its history as the American Mizrachi Women's Organization.
The papers relate to Levitats' work in the field of education in the U.S., Israel and Canada. Reports, correspondence, clippings, memos, surveys, pamphlets, minutes of meetings and curricula relating to the Boards of Jewish Education in Akron (Ohio), Syracuse (N.Y.), Milwaukee (Wisconsin), North Bellmore (N.Y.) and in numerous other cities in the U.S. Curriculum materials: teaching guides and manuals on teaching Hebrew, Bible, Jewish holidays, music, drama. Materials relating to schools in Haifa and to various high schools in New York City. Levitats' doctoral dissertation. Memoirs.
The Vienna Jewish community collection comprises archival materials that document only some aspects of Jewish life in Vienna during the period between the two World Wars, with the notable exception of one item that illustrates anti-Semitism in 1848. Published materials (not online) from the late 20th century describe some aspects of past Jewish life in Vienna and the onset of the Holocaust.