American Jewish Archives
Collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, reports, minutes, near print, and miscellaneous items relating to Cronbach's publications, his rabbinical career at the Reform congregation of Temple Beth El in South Bend, Ind., Free Synagogue in New York City, Akron (Ohio) Hebrew Congregation, and institutional chaplain for the Chicago Federation of Synagogues, his activities at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, and his involvement with various Jewish and pacifist societies and organizations including Central Conference of American Rabbis, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Cincinnati's Jewish Community House, Cincinnati Big Brothers Association, Peace Heroes Memorial Society, Jewish Peace Fellowship, and Committee to Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case. Of special interest are the "Rosenberg/Sobell espionage cases" files, which trace the fight for their clemency. These files also contain the responses to Cronbach's numerous letters urging others to join in the fight. ... Read More
American Jewish Archives
Papers reflect the career and interests of Morgenstern, especially his time as president of Hebrew Union College as well as his work in the area of biblical scholarship -- Includes correspondence, addresses, sermons, lectures, and manuscripts of scholarly articles covering such subjects as the efforts to rescue European scholars from Nazi Germany and bring them to the college and aid to refugees and displaced persons during and after World War II. Some notable correspondents include Leo Baeck, Sheldon Blank, Nelson Glueck, Lily H. Montagu, Samuel Sandmel, and Stephen S. Wise
American Jewish Archives
Letter to Julian Morgenstern, President Emeritus of Hebrew Union College, asking for background information on merger negotiations between HUC and the Jewish Institute of Religion, with Morgenstern's handwritten response; together with a telegram from Glueck to Morgenstern (16 June 1948), announcing the merger of the HUC-JIR
Stanford University
Nelson Glueck served as Director of the American Schools of Oriental Research from 1936-1940
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
This series consists of the central editorial files of the Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. Company. It contains the correspondence for the day-to-day operations of the firm, including letters from foreign publishers seeking publication and translation rights, contacts with young writers, inquiries from aspiring authors, correspondence on legal matters such as copyright, letters from literary agents, and requests for information about writers. The General Correspondence series also contains correspondence between editors and Knopf authors, many files of which follow the creation of a book from the original idea to its final publication. Taken as a whole, this series offers a comprehensive overview of the activities of the editorial offices
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence series (1920-1957) consisting of personal and congregational material written by rabbis James G. Heller and Samuel Wohl including material relating to the attempts of the congregation to solve their financial problems emanating from the great depression in the early 1930s and the congregation's interests in the affairs of the newly founded state of Israel in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Included in this material are letters to and from Siegfried Geismar, Nelson Glueck, Jacob Rader Marcus, Golda Meir, Julian Morgenstern, and Isaac Max Rubinow. Financial records series (1894-1914) including are journals, ledgers, and receipts of the building committee. Minute books series (1841-1968) containing minutes of the various boards of directors, finance committees, and religious school committees. And miscellaneous series (1866-1932) containing a religious school notebook (1932), mortuary records (1900-1917), pew book records (1866-1923), and a president's annual report ... Read More
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Correspondence, sermons, speeches and articles, clippings, printed and audiovisual materials, and memorabilia, relating to Rothschild's religious training, service as World War II military chaplain, activities as rabbi (1947-1973) of the Temple, Atlanta's leading Reform Judaism congregation, activities relating to Jewish life and institutions on the national scene, including involvement with Central Conference of American Rabbis and Union of American Hebrew Congregations, participation in the civil rights movement, and activities concerning school desegregation and racially-based violence towards black and Jewish institutions, particularly the bombing of the Atlanta Temple (1958). Correspondents include Ralph Abernathy, Jimmy Carter, Maurice Eisendrath, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Solomon B. Freehof, Roland Bertram Gittelson, Nelson Glueck, Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, Jr., Ralph McGill, Jacob Rader Marcus, and Albert Vorspan
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence and other papers including letters from Glueck to his family relating to his travels in Palestine and Trans-Jordan (1932-1933), with archeaological notes and diagrams; newsletters of the American Schools of Oriental Research, containing reports of the activities of the schools and its director, Dr. Glueck; and newclippings, interviews, memorabilia, and photographs
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, sermons, addresses, mss. of writings, and personal items, relating to Olan's rabbinic and teaching careers, his activities on University of Texas System, Board of Regents, Reform Judaism in U.S., and Central Conference of American Rabbis. Correspondents include Nelson Glueck, John Connally, Lyndon B. Johnson, Jacob M. Rothschild, and John Tower
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, programs of events in which Fineshriber participated, clippings (some in scrapbooks), and Fineshriber's published works, created while he was rabbi of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Philadelphia, Pa. (later in Elkins Park, Pa.). Topics include American Council for Judaism, American Jewish Conference, anti-Zionism, Hebrew Union College (Cincinnati, Ohio), morality and motion pictures, National Conference of Christians and Jews, the Reform Judaism periodical Reform Advance, and social welfare agencies. Correspondents include Elmer Berger, Jacob Billikopf, Louis Binstock, Nelson Glueck, Samuel H. Goldenson, Will Hays, Bertram W. Korn, Morris S. Lazaron, Emil W. Leipziger, Julian Morgenstern, Lessing Rosenwald, Harry Warner, and Louis Wolsey


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