Synagogues -- New York (State)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of some original materials – photographs, correspondence – pertaining to Berta Kuba’s family in Germany; a travel diary of a trip to Israel and European destinations in 1965; and various materials related to the Hebrew Tabernacle Congregation of Washington Heights , where Berta Kuba was an active member in the 1980s.
Congregation Kahal Adath Yeshurun with Anshe Lubitz [Eldridge Street Synagogue] (New York, N.Y.) Records
Minute-books, records, ledgers, and miscellaneous material relating to activities of the Congregation, 1873(?)-1933.
The Irving J. Block Papers are a blend of personal papers and organizational records, documenting the evolution of the Brotherhood Synagogue (Congregation Beth Achim) in Manhattan and Block’s role as rabbi and his involvement in efforts outside of the congregation. The collection is primarily comprised of correspondence, sermons, minutes, notes, clippings, photographs, audiocassettes, and drafts of Rabbi Block’s memoir.
Collection contains records of donations made throughout New York State to assist in the rebuilding of schools and synagogues destroyed in the San Francisco earthquake. Includes the membership lists of the New York Board of Rabbis, Rabbis in New York State, and of congregations in New York State.
This collection contains accounts, lists, receipts, and reports of the committees appointed by the Jewish Community of New York for the years 1855 and 1858, to provide matzoth for Passover to the needy Jewish families of the city.
This collection contains 3 ledger books and records, primarily financial, for the years 1906, 1911-1914, 1918-1920, pertaining to the activities of the Lodge, which also functioned as a synagogue. Also contains a folder of correspondence of Rabbi S. Gershon Levi relating to the history of Sag Harbor.