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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:  Jung, Leo, 1892-1987Requires cookie*
 Title:  Leo Jung Papers  
 Dates:  1878-1992; Bulk Dates: 1970-1979 
 Call No:  1994.006 
 Abstract:  Rabbi Leo Jung served as Rabbi of The Jewish Center Synagogue (Manhattan) for over 60 years, and was deeply involved in Jewish communal life and the development of Modern Orthodoxy in the United States. The collection contains correspondence (primarily from 1970s), personal materials, and writings of Rabbi Jung and others, as well as various financial records of the Jewish Center relating to fundraising and charitable donations. 
 Size:  28 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Jewish Library | Jewish authors | Jews -- Charities | Jews -- United States -- History -- 20th century | Kfar Eliyahu (Israel) | Kosher food | New York (N.Y.) -- Religious life and customs | Orthodox Judaism | Rabbis -- United States | Refugees, Jewish | Shehitah -- Germany | Sinaist | Synagogues -- New York (State) -- New York | Yad Benjamin (Israel) | Yeshivas -- Israel | Yeshivas -- United States 
Creator:  Enright, Maurice, 1905-1977Requires cookie*
 Title:  Maurice Enright Papers  
 Dates:  1921-1978 
 Call No:  1993.020 
 Abstract:  Maurice Enright was active in Jewish communal affairs, especially those affiliated with the Poale Agudath Israel. After the close of World War II, he traveled to Europe three times between 1946 and 1948 as a representative of the Vaad Hatzala and Rescue Children organizations. These post-war activities are the major focus of this collection, which consists of correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, and newspaper clippings. 
 Size:  2.25 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Ba-Sha'ar | Custody of children -- Israel | France | Holocaust survivors -- France | Holocaust survivors -- Switzerland | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Europe | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal Narratives | Intercountry adoption | Israel | Jewish children in the Holocaust -- France | Jewish orphanages -- France | Jews -- Charities | Jews -- Migrations | Palestine | Refugees, Jewish | United States -- Emigration and immigration | World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps