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Creator:  United Service for New AmericansRequires cookie*
 Title:  United Service for New Americans publications  
 Dates:  1949-1951 
 Call No:  1995.003 
 Abstract:  The United Service for New Americans (USNA) was established in 1946 in order to help persons displaced by the Holocaust settle in the United States. The USNA helped these Displaced Persons (DPs) in finding jobs, integrating into communities, learning English, and becoming naturalized American citizens. The collection consists of five items published by the USNA relating to the organization's activities and describing its services. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  Holocaust survivors | Jews -- United States -- Charities | Refugees, Jewish | United States -- Emigration and immigration | United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1953 | World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees 
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:  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:  Kenvin, Helene SchwartzRequires cookie*
 Title:  Helene Schwartz Kenvin collection on Jews in the Caucasus and Central Asian Republics of the Former Soviet Union  
 Dates:  1984-1999 
 Call No:  1999.099 
 Abstract:  The Caucasus Network (CN) is an organization founded by Helene Schwartz Kenvin in 1984 that provides aid to and advocates on behalf of Jews in the Caucasus and Central Asian Republics. Following the fall of the Soviet Union, the CN's main activity became to assist residents of the Caucasus and Central Asia republics in obtaining refugee-status admission to the United States. The collection consists of the CN's administrative records, individual case files, and reference resources from the period 1984-1999. 
 Size:  45.5 Linear feet 
 Subjects:  Caucasus -- Ethnic relations -- History -- 20th century | Caucasus -- Politics and government -- 20th century | Jews -- Caucasus -- History | Jews -- Caucasus -- Social life and customs | Jews -- Persecutions -- Soviet Union | Jews -- Soviet Union -- Migrations -- History | Jews -- United States -- Charities | Refugees, Jewish -- Soviet Union | Refugees, Jewish -- United States | Soviet Union -- Emigration and immigration | Soviet Union -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy | United States -- Emigration and immigration | United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century 
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 
Creator:  Rescue Children, Inc.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Rescue Children, Inc. Collection  
 Dates:  1946-1985 
 Call No:  1985.024 
 Abstract:  Photographs and case files of child Holocaust survivors under Rescue Children, Inc. care in Sweden, France, Belgium, England, and Germany. Also contains some administrative records and correspondence of the organization. 
 Size:  8.25 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Belgium | England | France | Germany | Holocaust survivors | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Europe | Intercountry adoption | Jewish children in the Holocaust -- Belgium | Jewish children in the Holocaust -- England | Jewish children in the Holocaust -- France | Jewish children in the Holocaust -- Germany | Jewish children in the Holocaust-- Sweden | Jewish orphanages -- Belgium | Jewish orphanages -- France | Jews -- Charities | Sweden | United States -- Emigration and immigration | World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue 
Creator:  Vaad HatzalaRequires cookie*
 Title:  Vaad Hatzala Collection  
 Dates:  1940 - 1963; Bulk Dates: 1942 - 1949 
 Call No:  1969.099 
 Abstract:  Orthodox Jewish relief organization established in 1939 initially to provide funds for rabbis and religious students in war-torn Europe and to work for their emigration. Involved in negotiations with Germans to save Jews from concentration camps, and provided assistance to Jews who fled Europe to places such as Japan and Shanghai. Provided spiritual rehabilitation to concentration camp survivors following World War II, and arranged for visas for refugee rabbis and religious students to the United States. 
 Size:  26.75 linear feet plus two oversize document cases 
 Subjects:  Belgium | Bergen-Belsen (Concentration Camp) | Czechoslovakia | Dominican Republic | England | France | Germany | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) | International relief -- Europe | Iran | Italy | Jewish children in the Holocaust | Jews -- Belgium | Jews -- Czechoslovakia | Jews -- France | Jews -- Germany | Jews -- Lithuania | Jews -- Migrations | Jews -- Palestine | Jews -- Poland | Jews -- Romania | Jews -- Soviet Union | Jews -- Sweden | Jews -- Switzerland | Jews, United States, Charities | Kobe-shi (Japan) | Lithuania | Morocco | Netherlands | Norway | Palestine | Poland | Rabbinical Seminaries | Rabbis | Reconstruction (1939-1951) | Refugees, Jewish | Romania | Shanghai (China) | South America | Soviet Union | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland | Turkey | United States -- Emigration and immigration | United States -- Politics and government, 1933-1953 | Vaad Hatzala Bulletin | World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue