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The Louis Moses Levitsky Papers consists of correspondence, articles, clippings, notes, and other materials concerning Congregation Oheb Shalom in South Orange, N.J. and Temple Israel in Wilkes Barre, P.A., and adult education, as well as notes and manuscripts for sermons, addresses, lectures, and articles.
The Mordecai Lewittes Papers consists of manuscripts of writings; letters; photographs; notecards; certificates; clippings; and other printed materials.
The Saul Lieberman Papers consists of correspondence and other materials concerning the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, the American Academy for Jewish Research, and Jewish education and scholarship in the United States and Israel. Also included in the collection are notes, clippings, manuscript notes by Lieberman and others, and passports and other personal documents.
The G.K. Loukomski Collection consists of material related to his book, Jewish Art in European Synagogues (1947), including original sketches, notes, correspondence, and research material.
Note: preliminary finding aid documents list the collection as having 3 boxes, including 1 oversized flat box; a recent inventory uncovered a second oversized box, however its contents are undescribed, except for a short list of illustrations.
The Joseph Lukinsky Papers consists of correspondence, writings, audiotapes, and photographs.
The Morris Mamorksy Music Scores collection consists of full orchestral scores that were composed for The Eternal Light, the JTS radio program; there is music for 47 programs. The scores are in pencil, in Mamorsky's hand, and the music was written either for cues or underscoring to be played beneath narration. Also included are reduction scores to be used by the conductor.
The Samuel Manchester Music Collection consists of original music manuscripts.
The collection is unprocessed and closed; no further information about it is available at this time.
The Vivian B. Mann Papers document the career of the art historian, curator, educator, and writer in the field of Jewish art history. Dr. Mann served as a professor and program director at JTS (1988-2015) and a curator at the Jewish Museum (1979-2008).
The Eugene Manuel Correspondence consists of 148 letters written to Eugene Manuel, primarily from six individuals, all active in French Jewish affairs and with interests in the Alliance Israélite Universelle. The major correspondents include Simon Bloch, Jules Carvallo, Zadoc Kahn, Isidore Loeb, Charles Netter, and Alexandre Abraham Weill.
The Morris Margolis Papers consists of manuscripts and typescripts of sermons (some in Yiddish); notes, clippings, and other source material for sermons; radio program scripts, 1938-1943; material from his four synagogues; and some personal papers.
The Mordechai Marguiles (Margaliot) Collection consists of correspondence (in Hebrew), in particular correspondence from Simcha Asaf.
The Eugene Markovitz Collection consists of correspondence about the publication of Markovitz's biography of Abraham Piza Mendes, as well as chapters from the book. It also includes a reprinted copy of "Henry Pereira Mendes: Architect of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America", from the American Jewish Historical Quarterly (Vol. LV, No. 3, March 1966).
The Louis Marshall Papers consists of correspondence, reports, minutes, and publications concering the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
The Henry Pereira Mendes Papers consists of correspondence with Mayer Sulzberger, Cyrus Adler, and others concerning the relationship between Conservativism and Orthodoxy and other matters; sermons and speeches by Mendes; manuscripts and notes for Bible for Homes and Schools, edited by Mendes; the passenger list of the ship on which he came to the United States; as well as micellaneous certificates, clippings, obituaries, and other material.
The Solomon Metz Papers date from 1930-1955, and consists of notes for sermons, radio speeches, essays, sermons, clippings and prayers for certain occasions. These materials were given to Rabbi Rabinowitz by Gertrude Metz, Solomon Metz's wife.
The Rabbi Joseph Miller Papers consists largely of sermons in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish, 1920s-1960s. Also included are notes for sermons; lectures; newspaper clippings; and a few letters. Of note are lectures on the plight of the Jews in communist countries, based on Miller's trips there, 1940-1943. Also of note are sermons and radio talks, 1930s, in which Miller sought to make listeners aware of the dangers of the coming war.
The Marvin Miller Sound Recordings is comprised of homemade audio tape recordings of various cantors in concert. Most of the live recordings are of Jewish liturgical prayers sung by Cantors David, Moshe or Jacob Koussevitzky, in that order of frequency.