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The Maurice Finnell Choral Music Scores consist of manuscripts, arrangements, and annotated printed music for a variety of liturgical compositions. These scores were collected and used by Finnell in his career as a vocal instructor and choir director from the 1940s until the early 2000s.
The Judah L. Fish Collection consists of files from his activities as a Mesader Gittin.
The Forest Hills Jewish Center Publications consists of bulletins, 1938-1939, bound in one volume; issues (bound) of the synagogue newsletter, The Message, 1944-1983; three yearbooks, 1949, 1957, and 1959; and a Golden Anniversary Journal, 1981. Also included is a program for the dedication of the new synagogue building in September, 1949.
The Harry Friedenwald Papers consists of correspondence, notes, draft articles and speeches concerning the Zionist movement, the Conservative movement in Judaism, and the Jewish Theological Seminary, especially it’s Library. The correspondents include Israel Friedlaender, Cyrus Adler, Jacob Schiff, Herman Berstein, Louis Lipsky, and Alexander Marx.
The collection consists of material for Geffen’s unpublished book titled The European Backgrounds of American-Jewish History as Reflected in HA-MELITZ and HA-YOM during the Decade of the Eighties in the Nineteenth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.
This Bernhard Geiger collection consists of cards with manuscript entries of the Additamenta to Alexander Kohut's Aruch Completum (Talmudic lexicon).
This collection contains the papers of H. L. Ginsberg, including photocopied letters between Louis Ginzberg and H. L. Ginsberg.
The M. Leo Gitelson Collection consists of family correspondence and events as well as information about the family’s involvement in their Jewish community and synagogue (Ansche Chesed). It also includes information pertaining to the Gitelson-Kamaiko family. Also included in the collection is a catalog of Harry Gitelson's Library, cards, and oversize photos.
The Simon Glustrom Memoir consists of a typescript of the memoir that was given to Jack Wertheimer.
The Morris Goldberg Papers consists of sermons and other materials.
The Israel Goldfarb papers consists of correspondence, ephemera, and other documents related to his career as Rabbi of Kane Street Synagogue. The collection contains signed correspondence from Aaron Copland, photographs of Goldfarb’s 80th birthday celebration, news clips, as well as sheet music for Shalom Aleichem.
This collection consists of the piano score for an opera titled "Miriam and the Angel of Death," composed by Lee Goldstein with a libretto by Raymond P. Scheindlin in 1984, and includes both a bound volume and several loose pages. Due to budgetary limitations and physical constraints of the performance venue, the piano score was not developed into a full orchestra score but rather into a two-piano arrangement, which is reflected in the loose pages.
The Salo H. Goldstone Music Scores and Papers consists primarily of manuscript musical scores, circa 1883-1951. Most of these scores were composed by Goldstone for use in the synagogue, circa 1900-1940. In addition, there is some of his published sheet music, 1937-1948, and some archival material including a performance poster, circa 1925, and a business notebook with cantors’ addresses, 1950.
The David Golovensky Papers and Scrapbooks consists of sermons and preparatory materials, other addresses and lectures. Also included are scrapbooks, photographs, and ephemera.
The Isaac Gompertz Papers consists of correspondence between Isaac Gompertz and Henry Cohen, Charles Gompertz, Alexander Jamieson, and J. Oliphant. Also included are two letters of Amelia Gompertz and one of Mrs. Gompertz, as well as a proposal by Benjamin Gompertz for aiding the Jewish poor of London (printed, 1845).
The Morris Goodblatt Papers consists of sermons, correspondence, clipings and the doctoral thesis "The Historic Material in the Responsa of Rabbi Samuel de Medina", in four parts, submitted to Professor Alexander Marx.
The Pincus L. Goodblatt Papers consists of sermons, writings for columns, and personal materials.