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The Miscellaneous Archival Materials Collection consists of manuscripts, typescripts, bibliographical notes, fragments of manuscripts, book covers, postcards, reports, envelopes, newspaper clippings and periodicals, galleys, and a frame with a stained glass fragment.
This collection contains correspondence relating to Leah Mishkin's bookplate collection.
The Sir Moses Montefiore Letters consists of letters written by Montefiore to Feigel Askanazy, Joseph Blumenthal, Jonas Friedenwald, M.B. Goldschmid, Henry Hyams, Israel Joseph Esq., Alexander Kohut, Yaakov Shlomo Rothschild, L. Emerson Tennent, and Simon Wolf. Also included are letters written by Louis Loewe to Askanazy and Kohut; a copy of a letter of congratulation to Russian Emperor, Alexander the Third; and others.
The Montefioriana Collection consists of biographies of Sir Moses Montefiore; prayer services, poems, and addresses in honor of his 100th birthday; prayers and pamphlets concerning Montefiore's trips to the Holy Land, Morocco, Italy, and Rumania; published correspondnece between Montefiore and the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire; and other material.
The Sabato Morais Sermons collection consists of nearly five hundred manuscripts of sermons delivered by Rabbi Morais, mostly from the 1880s and 1890s, which touch upon a large range of topics, from Torah portions and holidays to contemporary political events and the nascent Conservative movement.
The Menachem Nadel Miscellany consists of pamphlets, books, periodicals, flyers, and brochures on the Bible, Talmud, and Jewish history, art, literature, and printing. Also included are photocopies of letters, documents, and newspaper clippings regarding Israel's struggle for independence.
The Enrico Nahum Collection consists of shipping documents and correspondence relating to Nahum's ancestors, who were active in trade in the Mediterranean.
Archive - National Council of Jewish Women (New York Section), Eleanor Leff Jewish Women's Resource Center Records
National Council of Jewish Women, New York Section - Eleanor Leff Jewish Women's Resource Center Records consists of vertical file resources; material from their oral history project including transcripts, audio tapes, indexes, and background information; journals and newsletters; programs and conference materials; and other materials.
The Peggy Neiman Music Collection consists of correspondence with Max Janowski, as well as his music scores, programs, clippings, and catalogues.
The Harry Nelson Correspondence consists of correspondence concerning Congregation Rodeph Shalom, the Conservative movement on Judaism, and other matters. Among the correspondents are Max Arzt, Louis Finkelstein, Robert Gordis, and Wolfe Kelman.
The Daniel Nevins Papers consists of lectures and sermons on tape; program files including education and trips to Israel; correspondence; and various writings.
North American Assoication of Synagogue Executives Records consists of President's files; members' files; board meetings and minutes; convention materials; by-laws; member surveys; journals; and other materials.
The Nuremberg Trial Collection consists of legal briefs and judgments in the trials of war criminals.
The Fraydele Oysher Music collection consists of recordings, professional photos, clippings, programs, a scrapbook, a folder of musical repertoire, and some correspondence. There are also clippings about her father-in-law, Cantor Joseph Sternberg ("Yossel Bass") and recordings of her brother, Cantor Moshe Oysher.
The David and Michael Panitz Papers is unprocessed. Because it has not yet been processed, it is unclear whether the collection contains the papers of both David and Michael Panitz, or if the papers are primarily of David Panitz.
The Leon S. Paule Papers consist of drafts and related research, correspondence, and notes for a comprehensive Judaic Code of Law, which Paule worked on from around 1992 to 2006. Paule was an attorney and judge in the state of California, and the manuscript evinces a thorough and legalistic understanding of Jewish law across many subject areas.
The Fishel Pearlmutter Papers consists of materials distributed by the Rabbinical Assembly, material documenting his work on the RA Commission for the Study of the Ordination of Women as Rabbis, letters of support for his work on behalf of Rabbi Beverly Magidson, and programs from a tribute and several memorial services in his honor held at Temple B'nai Israel.
The Aaron Pearlstein Papers consists of correspondence, calendars, photographs, scrapbooks, a DVD, and other documents relating to the life and career of Rabbi Aaron Pearlstein.