American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.New York State Historical Documents12 cubic ft.Correspondence, reports, and other material relating to various areas of work of American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Contains sections on child care, 1919-1944, including material on orphanages in France and Poland; cultural and religious aid, 1919-1945, including aid to Jewish schools, libraries, rabbis, and seminaries; emigration and immigration, 1919-1944, including material on refugee ships, 1939-1944, including S.S. ST. LOUIS; medical-sanitary relief, 1919-1932, including medical commission to Poland, 1921; pogroms and persecutions, containing report on pograms in Poland and Ukraine, n.d.; work among prisoners of war during World War I; reconstruction, 1919-1945, including files on free loan societies, banks, building programs in Rumania, Palestine, and Poland, as well as records of Reconstruction Department and American Joint Reconstruction Foundation, 1921-1938; refugees, 1915-1943, including efforts to find relatives, records of Refugee Committee, 1921-1923; relief ... MoreContact InformationCatalog Record
Bashein, Meyer David.Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives1 ms. box.Relates to relief work by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Germany after World War II.Contact InformationCatalog Record
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Archives.New York State Historical Documents149 cubic ft.Records of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, an overseas relief organization founded during World War I, and affiliated organizations and individuals.Contact InformationCatalog Record
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.New York State Historical Documents7.1 cubic ft.Correspondence, reports, minutes, memoranda, printed matter, clippings, and other material concerning Jewish community in Palestine, and American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee activity there. Subject areas include child care, including Palestine Orphans Committee, 1919-1925; cultural and religious organizations, including Agudat Israel, 1926-1944, Hebrew Teachers' College, 1921-1940, Hebrew University, 1934-1945, and Hebrew Secondary School, Haifa, 1922-1934; medical relief, including American Zionist Medical Unit (and successor Hadassah Medical Organization), 1919-1925; reconstruction, including Central Bank of Cooperative Institutions in Palestine, 1921-1944, Palestine Economic Corporation, 1924-1950, and Kupat Milve loan fund, 1921-1924; relief supplies, including Dreyfus and Strauss soup kitchens, 1919-1924; emergency funds, including aid following Arab attacks, and aid to Yemenite Jewish immigrants, 1921, 1928-1931; and immigration, including German and Yemenite Jews, and ... MoreContact InformationCatalog Record
Haber, Samuel L., 1903-1984.American Jewish Archives10.8 linear ft.Correspondence, speeches, writings, news articles, reports, photographs, awards, and personal items pertaining to Haber's career, particularly his work for displaced persons during the 1940s on the staff of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.Contact InformationRelated MaterialCatalog Record
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis - Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archivesv.Annual reports detailing the accomplishments, programs, and financial information of the Foundation.Contact InformationRelated MaterialCatalog Record
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Bucharest.United States Holocaust Memorial Museum1 folder.[Preliminary] Consists of copies of 15 case histories concerning Romanian children compiled by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Bucharest. The case histories contain information on deportations to Transnistria, the treatment of children, and the care of orphans after the Holocaust.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Bogen, Boris David, 1869-1929.American Jewish Archives3.7 linear ft.Organizational correspondence, records, speeches, pamphlets, and reports representative of Bogen's career as an educator and social worker. Of special significance is the material concerning the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and the American Relief Administration and their involvement in post World War I relief activities. Bogen served as the general director of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee from 1916 to 1924.Contact InformationRelated MaterialCatalog Record
Kluger, Salo.United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.5 in.Consists of articles from Life magazine and other sources concerning the developments in Palestine after World War II, the execution of Nazi war criminals, and the plight of European children after World War II. Also included are pamphlets relating to the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and Yad Vashem.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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