Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of a single file of correspondence to Baroway's family and others concerning service with the American Zionist Medical Unit in Palestine between 1917-1919.
The Samuel Meir Cohen Letters consists of correspondence concerning information requests on affiliated congregations and rabbis, the sale of publications, and placement of rabbis.
The collection consists of material for Geffen’s unpublished book titled The European Backgrounds of American-Jewish History as Reflected in HA-MELITZ and HA-YOM during the Decade of the Eighties in the Nineteenth Century and includes notes, clippings, manuscripts, and transcript of an interview on Jewish agricultural settlements and Jewish education in the United States.
The Moses Hyamson Correspondence and Articles consits of reprints of articles and correspondence concerning questions of Jewish law. The correspondents include Max Arzt, David De Sola Pool, and Louis Finkelstein.
These materials document the activities of the Jewish Ministers Cantors Association, the Rabbinical Alliance of America, and Cantors Assembly. Bulk dates range from 1942 to 1985. Materials consist of correspondence, financial papers, photographs, manuals, and publications produced by the JMCA. The collection also includes songbooks, awards, artifacts, plaques, wall hangings, cantor belongings, and manuscript music produced by individual cantors.
The Cantor Robert H. Segal Music Scores consists of hundreds of pieces of liturgical music collected and utilized by Cantor Segal at Congregation B'nai Jeshurun in New York City. His collection includes the Isidor Geller Music Collection, which contains manuscripts from the Brody Synagogue in Odessa as well as dozens of European and American liturgical music scores from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.