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Creator:  Young, Charles M.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Charles M. Young papers  
 Dates:  1894-1958; Bulk Dates: 1903-1906 
 Call No:  1970.099 
 Abstract:  Rabbi Charles M. Young (1884-1948) was a rabbi and businessman. He received his ordination at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, and was a qualified shochet (ritual slaughterer). The collection contains a photograph (circa 1905), some of Young's letters of credentials as rabbi and schochet, and a brief biographical sketch written by his son. 
 Size:  1 slim manuscript box 
 Subjects:  Jews -- Dietary laws | Judaism -- Customs and practices | Judaism -- Functionaries | Rabbis -- United States | Shehitah -- United States | Slaughtering and slaughter-houses | Zionists -- United States 
Creator:  Friedman, Solomon B., RabbiRequires cookie*
 Title:  Solomon B. Friedman papers  
 Dates:  1938-1940 
 Call No:  1985.016 
 Abstract:  Rabbi Solomon B. Friedman, a native of Cleveland, Ohio, was the first rabbi to be ordained by the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary in 1919. He acted as executive secretary of the New York State Kashruth Advisory Board. The collection contains correspondence, notices, and minutes of a meeting that concern issues of Kashrut (Jewish dietary laws). 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Jews -- Dietary laws | Judaism -- Customs and practices | New York (N.Y.) -- Religious life and customs | Rabbis -- New York (State) -- New York | Rabbis -- United States | Religious institutions -- New York (State) -- New York 
Creator:  Fischel, Rebecca ; Goldstein, Herbert Samuel, 1890-1970Requires cookie*
 Title:  Herbert S. Goldstein & Rebecca (Fischel) Goldstein family papers  
 Dates:  1887-1997; Bulk Dates: 1925-1988 
 Call No:  2004.099 
 Abstract:  The collection consists primarily of materials arising from the professional and organizational activities of Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein and of his wife, Rebecca (Fischel) Goldstein. Herbert Goldstein founded the Institutional Synagogue in Harlem in 1917, and occupied leadership positions in numerous Jewish organizations. Rebecca (Fischel) Goldstein, daughter of the philanthropist Harry Fischel, was an active communal leader as well. Also included are papers relating to the rabbinic activities of their son-in-law O. Asher Reichel, materials relating to Harry Fischel, and records of several institutions with which the overall family was connected. 
 Size:  13.5 Linear feet 
 Subjects:  Children -- Institutional care -- Israel | Fasts and feasts -- Judaism | Fish as food | Harlem (New York, N.Y.) | High holiday sermons | Hunter (N.Y.) | Israel | Jerusalem | Jewish religious education | Jewish religious education of children -- United States | Jewish sermons, American | Jewish soldiers | Jewish soldiers--Religious life | Jews -- Charities | Jews -- Dietary laws | Jews -- New York (State) -- New York | Judaism -- Customs and practices | Kosher food | Kosher food industry -- New York (State) -- New York | Orthodox Judaism -- New York (State) -- New York | Palestine -- Description and travel | Rabbis -- New York (State) -- New York | Rabbis -- United States | Rabbis' spouses -- New York (State) -- New York | Revivals--United States--History--20th century. | Sturgeons | Synagogues -- New York (State) -- Hunter | Synagogues -- New York (State) -- New York | Upper West Side (New York, N.Y.) | World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Jewish | World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees | Zionism and Judaism