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Creator:  Nathan Straus Jewish Center.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Nathan Straus Jewish Center records  
 Dates:  1940-2002 
 Call No:  2012.027 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of records of the Nathan Straus Jewish Center, founded in the Bronx in 1929 and comprised of an Orthodox synagogue and a Hebrew school. Materials include Men's Club minutes from the 1980s onward, selected legal documents, correspondence, printed ephemera, and photographs. Membership declined in the 1990s, leading to the sale of the synagogue and school buildings to Montefiore Medical School. 
 Size:  1 Linear feet 
 Subjects:  Bronx (New York, N.Y.) -- Religious life and customs | Jews -- New York (State) -- New York | Synagogues -- New York (State) -- New York 
Creator:  National Conference of Synagogue YouthRequires cookie*
 Title:  National Conference of Synagogue Youth collection  
 Dates:  1998-2000 
 Call No:  2000.031 
 Abstract:  The National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY) was founded by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (OU)in 1954 in order to connect, inspire, empower and encourage passionate Judaism among Jewish youth, primarily ages 14-18, through innovative social, recreational and educational programming. The collection contains a directory, a Birkat Hamazon and Zemirot (Grace after Meals and songs for the Sabbath) booklet, and a series of studies of NCSY alumni. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Jewish youth -- Religious life -- United States | Jewish youth -- Societies and clubs | Judaism -- Prayers and devotions | Judaism -- United States -- Statistics | Orthodox Judaism -- United States 
Creator:  National Council of Jewish Women. Department of Service for the Foreign BornRequires cookie*
 Title:  National Council of Jewish Women, Department of Service for the Foreign Born Records  
 Dates:  1920-1968 
 Call No:  1976.001 
 Abstract:  The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) was founded in 1893. It undertook a wide range of religious, philanthropic, and educational activities in response to the wave of Jewish immigrants to American shores. One department, the Service for the Foreign Born, was founded in 1903 to help new immigrants adapt to life in the United States. The collection consists of this department of the NCJW's New York and Brooklyn Sections' case files dealing with the agency's efforts to help refugees adjust to the United States, its work to locate immigrants' missing relatives and friends, and administrative records of the Service for the Foreign Born. 
 Size:  430 linear feet (388 record storage boxes) 
 Subjects:  Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) | Jewish women -- Societies and clubs | Jews -- Charities | Refugees, Jewish | United States -- Emigration and immigration 
Creator:  National Foundation for Jewish Culture (U.S.)Requires cookie*
 Title:  National Foundation for Jewish Culture Yearbook of American Jewish Culture  
 Dates:  1993 
 Call No:  1994.025 
 Abstract:  The National Foundation for Jewish Culture (NFJC) was founded in 1960 and is the central cutural agency of the American Jewish community. It started giving out the Jewish Cultural Achievement Award in 1989 to recognize outstanding creativity in all realms of the arts, including media, visual art, performing arts, and literary arts. The collection consists of the 1993 Yearbook of American Jewish Culture, showcasing many of the activities that the NFJC participated in and sponsored. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Jews -- United States -- Intellectual life | United States -- Civilization -- Jewish influences | United States -- Intellectual life 
Creator:  National Jewish Commission on Law and Public AffairsRequires cookie*
 Title:  National Jewish Commission on Law and Public Affairs legal brief  
 Dates:  1968 
 Call No:  1991.004 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of a legal brief of the National Jewish Commission on Law and Public Affairs regarding the constitutionality of New York State's policy of loaning textbooks to children in private schools. The brief was filed as an amicus curiae in the Unites States Supreme Court for the case of East Greenbush v. Allen. It includes a cover letter from Julius Berman to Rabbi Israel Klavan of the Rabbinical Council of America. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Jewish day schools -- Law and legislation -- New York (State) | State aid to private schools -- New York (State) | Textbooks -- New York (State) 
Creator:  New Utrecht High School.Requires cookie*
 Title:  New Utrecht High School (Brooklyn, N.Y.) yearbook  
 Dates:  1929 
 Call No:  1994.015 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of a yearbook entitled "The Comet" for the 1929 graduating class of New Utrecht High School in Brooklyn, N.Y. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  High schools -- New York (State) -- New York 
Creator:  New York Legal Coalition for Soviet Jewry.Requires cookie*
 Title:  The Soviet Union in the Dock: Violations of International and Soviet Law  
 Dates:  1977 
 Call No:  1991.010 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of a binder entitled "The Soviet Union in the Dock: Violations of International and Soviet Law", which is comprised of eight legal briefs prepared by members of the New York Legal Coalition for Soviet Jewry. Also included in the work are accounts of the treatment of some Jewish Prisoners of Conscience while in the U.S.S.R. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  International law -- Soviet Union | Jews -- Persecutions -- Soviet Union | Refuseniks | Soviet Union -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy 
Creator:  North American Orthodox Leadership Conference (1993 : New York).Requires cookie*
 Title:  Inaugural North American Orthodox Leadership Conference program  
 Dates:  1993 
 Call No:  1993.021 
 Abstract:  The inaugural North American Orthodox Leadership Conference was held on November 25-28, 1993, at Homowack Lodge in Spring Glen, New York. The conference discussed many relevant issues, including Tanach and Talmud education, ethics and morals, Israel, and conflicts with modernity. This program lists the events of the conference and the participants. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Judaism -- 20th century -- Congresses | Orthodox Judaism -- Congresses 
Creator:  Notelevitz, Chaim Ben-ZionRequires cookie*
 Title:  Chaim Ben Zion Notelevitz collection  
 Dates:  undated, 1946 
 Call No:  1984.006 
 Abstract:  Chaim Ben Zion Notelevitz was a rabbi and Jewish communal leader. He served as chief Orthodox rabbi in Louisville, Kentucky, from 1932 to 1941, and held leadership positions in a number of Jewish organizations. Rabbi Notelevitz wrote several books and articles on topics related to Jewish law. The collection contains novellae on Maimonides and Passover sacrifices, as well as a letter to Rabbi Aaron Zlotavitz, secretary of the Council of Rabbis in Brooklyn, N.Y. (1946). 
 Size:  1 Folder 
 Subjects:  Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) -- Religious life and customs | Jews -- New York (State) -- New York | Passover -- Customs and practices | Rabbis -- New York (State) -- New York | Religious institutions -- New York (State) -- New York 
Creator:  Novick, HenyaRequires cookie*
 Title:  Rescue Children, Inc. from 1946-1948  
 Dates:  1986 
 Call No:  1986.056 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of a term paper prepared in 1986 by Mrs. Henya Novick. The paper, entitled "Rescue Children, Inc. from 1946-1948", was written for Professor Herbert M. Druks' Brooklyn College class. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) | Jewish children in the Holocaust | World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue | World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees 
Creator:  Novick, William Z., RabbiRequires cookie*
 Title:  William Z. Novick oral history collection  
 Dates:  1986 
 Call No:  1986.040 
 Abstract:  Rabbi Novick served as executive director of Rescue Children, Inc. between 1945-1948. He was active in placing young survivors of the Holocaust in families in America and Israel and fundraising for their care. The collection contains a recording of an interview with Rabbi William Z. and Mrs. Eda Bess Novick concerning their activities with Rescue Children, Inc. in the years following World War II. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  France -- Ethnic relations | Jewish children in the Holocaust-- France