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Creator:  Silver, Eliezer, 1882-1968Requires cookie*
 Title:  Eliezer Silver collection  
 Dates:  1914-1968 
 Call No:  1994.051 
 Abstract:  Rabbi Eliezer Silver was born in Lithuania in 1882, and received Rabbinic ordination in Dvinsk in 1906. He emigrated to the United States in 1907, where he was involved with relief and rescue efforts of Jews during World War I and World War II. The collection, which is comprised entirely of photocopies, consists of commentaries, correspondence, official documents and photographs belonging to him. 
 Size:  3 folders 
 Subjects:  Jewish sermons, American | Jews -- Dietary laws | Jews -- United States -- Charities | Orthodox Judaism -- Ohio -- Cincinnati | Rabbis -- United States 
Creator:  Gold, Henry RaphaelRequires cookie*
 Title:  Henry Raphael Gold writings  
 Dates:  1921-1965 
 Call No:  1988.003 
 Abstract:  Rabbi Dr. Henry Raphael Gold was a noted rabbi, psychiatrist, and Zionist leader. He held rabbinical positions in Memphis, Boston, New Orleans and Dallas. He served as president of Hapoel Hamizrachi, the labor Zionist organization, before it merged with Mizrachi to form the Religious Zionists of America. The collection contains reprints of articles, speeches and papers written by Rabbi Dr. Gold on psychiatry and Judaism. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Psychiatrists -- United States | Psychology and religion | Rabbis -- United States | Zionists -- United States 
 Requires cookie*
 Title:  Letter to Chaim Zimmerman  
 Dates:  circa 1942 
 Call No:  1994.043 
 Abstract:  Rabbi Aharon Chaim Zimmerman (1915-1995) was the Rosh Yeshiva (Dean) of Hebrew Theological College until 1964, and then was a Rosh Yeshiva in New York City until he moved to Jerusalem, Israel in 1975. He wrote several books on Jewish law, philosophy and Israel. The collection contains an unsigned letter to him, commenting on his book Binyan Halakhah on Maimonides' Mishneh Torah. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Binyan halakhah | Jewish scholars -- Correspondence | Maimonides, Moses, -- 1135-1204 -- Mishneh Torah | Rabbis -- United States 
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:  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:  Bunim, Irving M., 1901-1980Requires cookie*
 Title:  Irving Bunim family papers  
 Dates:  1920-1992; Bulk Dates: 1945-1980 
 Call No:  2007.004 
 Abstract:  Irving M. Bunim was a businessman, Jewish lay leader, and major figure in the Vaad Hatzala to help Jewish refugees. The collection contains photographs, telegrams, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other material chiefly related to the Rabbi Jacob Joseph School, Vaad Hatzala, Young Israel, and Bunim's book, Ethics From Sinai. 
 Size:  2.0 Linear feet 
 Subjects:  Jewish authors -- United States | Jewish businesspeople -- New York (State) -- New York | Jewish refugees -- United States | Jews -- Education -- New York (State) -- New York | Jews -- United States -- Charities | Orthodox Judaism -- New York (State) -- New York | Pictorial review [of] Vaad Hatzala, Germany, 1948 | Rabbis -- United States | World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue 
Creator:  Central Committee for the Relief of Jews Suffering Through the WarRequires cookie*
 Title:  Records of the Central Relief Committee, Volume I  
 Dates:  1914-1948; Bulk Dates: 1914-1918 
 Call No:  1963.099 
 Abstract:  Orthodox Jewish overseas relief organization affiliated with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Established in October, 1914 to help Jews suffering as a result of the outbreak of World War I. After the war, the Central Relief Committee shifted its attention from providing economic relief to Orthodox Jewry overseas to preserving its religious and cultural identity. CRC supported hundreds of yeshivot in Europe and Palestine through 1950, when its affiliation with the JDC ceased. The Federated Council of Israel Institutions succeeded the CRC. 
 Size:  57 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Europe, Eastern | International relief -- Egypt | International relief -- Europe | International relief -- Palestine | Jews -- United States -- Charities | Jews -- United States -- Societies, etc. | Palestine | Rabbinical seminaries -- Europe | Rabbinical seminaries -- Palestine | Rabbis -- Europe | Rabbis -- Palestine | Rabbis -- United States | Refugees, Jewish | Synagogues -- New York (N.Y.) | Synagogues -- United States | United States -- Emigration and Immigration | World War, 1914-1918 -- Jews -- Rescue | Yeshivas -- Europe | Yeshivas -- Palestine 
Creator:  Central Committee for the Relief of Jews Suffering Through the WarRequires cookie*
 Title:  Records of the Central Relief Committee, Volume II  
 Dates:  1914-1958; Bulk Dates: 1919-1950 
 Call No:  1963.099 
 Abstract:  Orthodox Jewish overseas relief organization affiliated with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Established in October, 1914 to help Jews suffering as a result of the outbreak of World War I. After the war, the Central Relief Committee shifted its attention from providing economic relief to Orthodox Jewry overseas to preserving its religious and cultural identity. CRC supported hundreds of yeshivot in Europe and Palestine through 1950, when its affiliation with the JDC ceased. The Federated Council of Israel Institutions succeeded the CRC. 
 Size:  107 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Europe, Eastern | International relief -- Egypt | International relief -- Europe | International relief -- Palestine | Jews -- United States -- Charities | Jews -- United States -- Societies, etc. | Palestine | Rabbinical seminaries -- Europe | Rabbinical seminaries -- Palestine | Rabbis | Rabbis -- Europe -- Correspondence | Rabbis -- Palestine -- Correspondence | Rabbis -- United States | Refugees, Jewish | Shehitah -- Europe | Shehitah -- United States | United States -- Emigration and immigration | World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue | Yeshivas -- Europe | Yeshivas -- Palestine 
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 
Creator:  Marton, Bernard Dov, 1909-1990Requires cookie*
 Title:  Bernard Dov Marton Papers  
 Dates:  1914-1998; Bulk Dates: 1932-1970 
 Call No:  1999.003 
 Abstract:  Bernard Dov Marton was an Orthodox rabbi who held numerous pulpits in New York and California from the 1930s through the 1980s. The Bernard Dov Marton Papers contain correspondence, legal documents, publications, newspaper clippings, printed materials, scrapbooks, sound recordings, and photographs pertaining to the life and career of Rabbi Marton and members of his family. 
 Size:  14.83 linear feet 
 Subjects:   | Bogota´ (Colombia) | Bratislava (Slovakia) | Bronx (New York, N.Y.) | Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) | Cincinnati (Ohio) | Hamilton (Ont.) | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) | Israel | Jamaica (New York, N.Y.) | Jewish Courier | Jewish law | Jewish literature | Jewish newspapers | Jewish sermons | Jews -- California | Jews -- Colombia | Jews -- Education | Jews -- Israel | Jews -- Mexico | Jews -- New York (State) -- New York | Jews -- South America | Jews -- United States -- History -- 20th century | Khust (Ukraine) | Los Angeles (Calif.) | Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.) | Maramures (Romania) | Meshiv Nefesh | Mexico | Milwaukee (Wis.) | Newark (N.J.) | Orthodox Judaism | Poland | Rabbis -- Europe | Rabbis -- United States | Refugees, Jewish -- United States -- History -- 20th century | Romania | San Francisco (Calif.) | Sekernice, Czechoslovakia | South Orange (N.J.) | Synagogue music | Synagogues -- United States | Velete (Hungary) | Viseu de Sus (Romania) | World War, 1939-1945 | Zionism | משיב נפש