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The Heinrich Graetz Papers consists of a genealogical essay on the Graetz family, as well as notebooks and lists of British peerage, top British officials, barons, British diplomats, and other subjects.
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 Sidney Greenberg Collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, quotes from literary and public figures, sermons (Greenberg’s and others), sermon notes/ideas, book reviews, articles (other authors), pamphlets, military records, school records, ephemera, index cards (personal catalog), address book, greeting cards, photographs, event programs, travel materials, contracts, and diaries/calendars.
The Solomon Hayyim Halberstam Papers consists of correspondence concerning his book and manuscript collecting, lending, and publishing; family correspondence; notes on the Mishnah; and his account book (1878-1893). The correspondents include Isidor Goldblum, Senior Sachs, Joseph Kobak, Jacob Reifman, Samuel Poznanski, and others.
The David Halivni Papers consists of manuscripts, notes, typescripts, and galleys of Mekorot u-mesorot: be'urim ba-Talmud and Bava Metzia.
The Hebrew National Schools of Brooklyn Records consists of accounts, minutes, ledgers, and some correspondence relating to the Hebrew National Schools of Brooklyn, its Board of Directors, students, and parents.
The Alexander Hess Business Papers and Correspondence consists of copybooks, correspondence, and his account book, as well as the business journal of Jacob Marig (?), 1751-1755.
Archive - Hilfsverein fur judische Studierende zu Berlin (Relief Society for Jewish Students) Records
This collection contains board member lists, minutes, and financial statements for the Hilfverein fur judische Studierende zu Berlin (Relief Society for Jewish Students in Berlin) Records.
The Benjamin Hillson Correspondence consists of correspondence between Hillson and Louis Finkelstein, Ismar Schorsch, and others.
The Marcus Horovitz Collection consists of printed booklets of sermons, newspaper clippings, photocopies of scholarly articles on Horovitz, by Horovitz, or on general topics, photographs, and letters.
The Jacob Hoschander Manuscripts and Proof Sheets consists of manuscripts of lectures and articles on Biblical history, and proof sheets of Hoschander's book The Priests and Prophets, published after his death.
The Jacob Hurwitz Sermons consits of typescripts, some annotated, of Rabbi Hurwitz's high holiday sermons from 1956, 1958, 1965, 1973, 1974 and 1975.
Collection of Husik's own writings; notes on others' writings; and a small collection of correspondence written to him.
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.
The Immigration to Israel Collection consists of clippings on Oriental immigration to Israel.
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.