Category. Popular Collections
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
The Cyrus Adler Papers contain correspondence (loose and in bound volumes), speeches, diaries, minutes, articles and other writings, ephemera and artifacts, JTS organizational documents, typescripts, tributes (loose and in bound volumes), and photographs.
Miscellaneous correspondence received by Marcus N. Adler and the minute book of the committee for an Expedition to the Jews in China, Abyssinia and the East (1864).
The collection consists of correspondence of the Alexander Kohut Memorial Foundation (chronological, 1931–1953), financial and publication records, correspondence of Rebekah Kohut to the foundation, and the Will of Rebecca Kohut.
The Algeria Consistoire Records consists of correspondence, reports, budgets, minutes, and material concerning local Jewish organizations from files of consistories of Algiers, Constantine, and Oran. Also included are clippings and complete issues of Franco-Algerian newspapers, including anti-semitic material.
The Elias Joseph Bickerman Papers consists of annotated typescripts of Jews in the Greek Age, various correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, photos, and a Roll Book from the Jewish Theological Seminary.
The Gerson D. Cohen Papers consists of correspondence concerning speaking engagements, as well as Cohen's work with Bnai Brith Youth Organization, Columbia University, the Institute on Ethics of JTSA, Camp Ramah, and the Rabbinical Assembly of America. Also included are bibliographies, manuscript reviews of books, and photographs of Cohen.
The Solomon Grayzel papers, 1911-1980, consists of correspondence, writings, tapes and a transcript of a recorded memoir, and photographs. These document his professional and, to a lesser extent, his personal life.
The Italian Historical Documents consists of copies of letters and acts, correspondence, decrees, deeds, judgements, notes, prayers, and printed materials. Among the places listed are Busito (Busseta?), Casale, Corfu, Florence, Livorno, Mantoua, Metz, Padova, Paris, Reggio, Rome, Rovigo, Strasbourg, Trieste, Turino, Venice, Verona, and Vienna.
This collection contains administrative records as well as records about objects accessioned while the Jewish Museum was located at The Jewish Theological Seminary.
The JTSA Conference on Moral Standards Records, 1952-1954, consist of administrative files, final texts and drafts of papers read at the Conference, transcripts of the proceedings, and a cardfile of participants.
The Mordecai M. Kaplan Diaries and Papers consists of diaries from 1913 to 1975, which include draft essays, lectures, and letters, as well as detailed accounts of meetings and events, and other matters. The collection also includes miscellaneous letters, and a program for the celebration of Kaplan's 70th birthday.