Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of 4 items relating to Abba Eban's career as one of Israel's foremost statesmen. Contains a pamphlet of a 1955 address delivered at University of Notre Dame entitled "Modern Israel," and a reprint of an essay on Jewish Heritage from the 1962 New Jewish Encyclopedia. Also contains two programs from events held in Eban's honor, one, a 1959 testimonial dinner upon Eban's return to Israel after 10 years in the United States while serving as Israel's representative to the United Nations and her Ambassador to the United States, which is autographed by Eban. The second is a program from a memorial lecture at the Monroe Temple of Liberal Judaism, NY, at which Eban was a guest speaker in 1987.
This collection contains correspondence from Willy Hellpach to Martha Cohn née Kubatzki, primarily from the early 1930s. The materials include letters, postcards, poems, newspaper and scholarly publications, and a photograph. The collection also includes a notebook, songbook, and an executor’s letter.
Lestchinsky's correspondence with individuals and institutions. About 1,800 letters to and from prominent figures, including David Bergelson, Abraham Cahan, Simon Dubnow, Henryk Erlich, David Hofstein, Zelig Kalmanovitch, Leib Kvitko, Abraham Liessin, Hersh David Nomberg, Helena Peretz, Zemach Shabad, Werner Sombart, Baruch Vladeck, Chaim Zhitlowsky. Family correspondence and personal documents.
Correspondence with Yitzhak Dov Berkowitz, Alter Druyanov, Simon Dubnow, Jacob Glatstein, Yizhak Grunbaum, Vladimir Jabotinsky, Shmuel Niger, Joseph Opatoshu, Morris Winchevsky. Manuscripts of articles by Rosenfeld and of his doctoral dissertation, Die Philosophie Krochmals als Hegelianer (The Philosophy of Krochmal as Hegelian).