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This collection of records of Adath Israel, which consists entirely of photocopies, spans the years 1923 to 1987 without significant gaps. The records consist of minutes of meetings, annual reports of the secretary, financial accounts and miscellaneous letters. Issues dealt with in the records include the acquisition of new buildings in 1927 and 1963, budgetary problems occasioned by the depression years and requirements for bar mitzvah.
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 currently unprocessed collection consists of the documentary films of Zvi Almog, with any out takes or other unused portions, relating to the history of the State of Israel, including Israel: A Nation is Born.
The collection is unprocessed and closed; no further information about it is available at this time.
The collection consists of correspondence, minutes and agendas, reports, circulars, programs, and lists concerning publishing activities, conferences and meetings, fundraising, and research proposals on Jewish history, philosophy, culture, religion, and art. The correspondents included in the collection are Alexander Marx, Solomon Grayzel, Guido Kisch, David de Sola Pool, Abraham Halkin, Salo Baron, Solomon Gandz, Anna Kleban, Leo Strauss, and Bernard Weinryb.
The ANI - Uptown Talmud Torah Alumni Association Records consists of correspondence and minutes, as well as annual reports of the Memorial Organization, which provided burial plots for its members.
This collection consists of miscellaneous reports, studies, clippings, and other document relating to the situation of the Jews in Europe between the First and Second World Wars, particularly in Poland and Russia.
The Samuel Atlas Correspondence consists of correspondence with Jehiel Jacob Weinberg.
The Samuel A. Baker Papers consists of correspondence; clippings; publicity; flyers; sermons; eulogies; and notes.
The Bangor Jewish Community Center (Bangor, PA) Records consists of photocopies of articles from local papers and copies from a photo album of images of a Purim celebration at the Center.
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 Josef Basser Music Collection consists of recorded music of original compositions; original, handwritten compositions intended for synagogue use; and photographs.