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The collection consists of notes and sermons of Rabbi Reuben Kaufman.
The Emil Friedrich Kautzsch Papers consists of notebooks, lecture notes, and correspondence. The correspondents include Paul Sieback, Herman L. Streck, and Father Kaempf.
The Lillian Kavey Papers consists of 9 scrapbooks, lecture and other notes, manuscript writings, clippings, issues of periodicals (particularly Women's League Outlook), Minute book (1925-1928) of Board of Directors of Portchester JCC, photographs, programs, printed materials, and correspondence.
The Melvin Kieffer Papers consists of personal correspondence, memorabilia, clippings, and photographs.
The Kleban-Marx Records consists of correspondence, announcements, appeals to rabbis, and other materials, some of which had probably been a part of the records of the American Academy for Jewish Research.
The collection is unprocessed and closed; no further information about it is available at this time.
The Siegfried Landau collection consists of completed manuscript scores, as well as unfinished pencil sketches of musical compositions; musical sketches; dance or ballet music; secular vocal music; Synagogue music; and orchestral composition, some of which are manuscript scores with parts.
The Georg Langer Collection consists of three handwritten letters in Hebrew from Georg Langer to Mark Wischnitzer, who was the director of the Jewish publication, Rimon, in Berlin from 1922-1924. In this series of letters, Langer inquires about poems that he sent to Wischnitzer.
The Hyman M. Lasker Collection consists of a letter from Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Spector to Rabbi Eliezer ben Meir Dov, 1885; his ordination certificate issued by Rabbi Yitzchak Meir ben Avraham of Slobodka; as well as other correspondence and documents.
The Israel Lebendiger Papers consists of correspondence concerning Lebendiger's scholarly work; manuscript works on Rabbi Zebi Hirsch Chajes, civil marriage, and other topics; manuscript sermons and speeches; and programs for Congregation Ahavat Israel Purim events.
The A. Bernard Leffell Papers consits of writings, sermons, speaking, and other materials. The bulk of the materials consits of documents that fill the full range of rabbinic duties including sermons, study guides, eulogies, resource material, newspaper articles, radio and TV broadcasts, etc. The greatest portion of these documents is the sermons and sermon resource material that reflect almost 40 years in the active congregational rabbinate.
The Lehi and Palmach Collection consists primarily of photocopied documents, in Hebrew, including letters, handwritten notes, typescripts, a pamphlet, a map, and other documents. There is also a description of the contents, in English, by Baruch Nadel.
The Laura Leon-Cohen Music Collection consists of various music manuscripts; ephemera including newsletters, programs, and clippings; lectures; catalgos; songbooks and hymnals; and recordings.
The collection consists of a binder with the information: "Rabbi Murray Levine - Book of Life - 3/5/03." There is no other information about this collection at this time.