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Creator:  Schlesinger familyRequires cookie*
 Title:  Gabriel Schlesinger correspondence and family papers  
 Dates:  1868-1964; Bulk Dates: 1930-1940 
 Call No:  2009.004 
 Abstract:  The collection contains a variety of materials belonging to the Schlesinger family, including correspondence, notes and official documents. It contains many letters and documents pertaining to Hachalutz Hamizrachi, a Zionist organization in Hungary, and also many personal documents including birth and marriage certificates, and certificates of Rabbinic ordination. 
 Size:  .25 Linear feet 
 Subjects:  Hungary -- Ethnic relations | Jewish youth -- Hungary -- Societies and clubs | Jews -- Hungary -- History | Rabbis -- Hungary | Religious Zionism -- Hungary 
Creator:  Hirschler, GertrudeRequires cookie*
 Title:  Gertrude Hirschler papers  
 Dates:  1929-1994 
 Call No:  1994.007 
 Abstract:  Gertrude Hirschler was a translator and editor of literary works, and was the leading translator of the works of the nineteenth century German rabbi, Samson Raphael Hirsch. The collection primarily consists of materials relating to Hirschler's publishing career, containing her publishing correspondence, as well as manuscripts, articles and miscellaneous writings by other authors that were sent to Hirschler for editing or translating. There is also a small amount of personal materials and original writings by Hirschler. 
 Size:  8 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Jewish authors -- Manuscripts | Jewish religious literature -- Germany | Translators -- United States -- Correspondence 
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 Title:  Gesher  
 Dates:  1963-1985 
 Call No:  YU.2013.120 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of issues of this student journal that served as a forum for integrating Torah knowledge and secular knowledge. 
 Size:  .5 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Judaism -- Periodicals | Orthodox Judaism -- Periodicals 
Creator:  Gitelson familyRequires cookie*
 Title:  Gitelson family microfilm and bookplates collection  
 Dates:  undated, 1962-1965 
 Call No:  1984.099 
 Abstract:  The Gitelson family were prominent New York City business owners and bibliophiles, who established many library collections. Moses Leo Gitelson undertook various projects to microfilm library collections, and published a scholarly journal, The Chronicle, with his daughter Susan. The collection consists of 23 microfilm reels of some of their projects, as well as films of their journal. There are also two bound copies of bookplates for various Gitelson library collections. 
 Subjects:  American periodicals | Bible -- Pictorial illustrations | Bookplates, American | Chronicle (Gitelson-Kamaiko Foundation) | Europe -- History -- 16th century -- Pamphlets | Europe -- History -- 17th century -- Pamphlets | Europe -- History -- 18th century -- Pamphlets | Incunabula | Jewish bookplates | Jews -- Genealogy | Jews -- United States -- Periodicals | Library bookplates | Painting | Scholarly publishing -- United States | Tarbuth Chrestomathy of the Gitelson Kamaiko Foundation | United States -- History -- 17th century -- Pamphlets | United States -- History -- 18th century -- Pamphlets 
Creator:  Washburn-Crosby Company. (Minneapolis, Minn.)Requires cookie*
 Title:  Gold Medal Flour Company Yiddish cookbook  
 Dates:  1921 
 Call No:  1985.033 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of one Washburn-Crosby Co. Gold Medal Flour cookbook, printed in Yiddish. It includes recipes for appetizers, soups, meat, dairy, vegetarian dishes, and desserts. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Cookery, Jewish 
Creator:  Graduate School for Jewish Social Work (New York, N.Y.).Requires cookie*
 Title:  Graduate School for Jewish Social Work records  
 Dates:  circa 1925-1944 
 Call No:  1985.098 
 Abstract:  The goal of the Graduate School for Jewish Social Work was to train new social workers, give additional training to workers already in the field, and to build a library on Jewish social work and Jewish communities. The collection contains correspondence with universities, local Jewish federations and communities, as well as financial reports, a student register (1925-1939), minutes from the Board of Trustees, and the papers of Rabbi George W. Rabinoff (1929-1940). 
 Size:  11.5 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Accreditation (Education) | Educational fund raising | Rabbis -- New York (State) -- New York | Social work education