American Jewish Archives - Jacob Rader Marcus Center
Newspaper clippings collected by Rabbi Lifschiz from San Francisco, Cal., newspapers (1933-1938) concerning Nazism, Adolf Hitler, and antisemitism.
Historical Society of Princeton
Two letters received from William Henry consisting of rambling and occasionally raving diatribes against Thomas Jefferson scholars and American Jews -- Henry describes himself as "farmer-publicist of Wharton County, Texas.".
American Jewish Archives
Includes letter (1945) from the ADL to Jacob Rader Marcus concerning articles in the Outlook magazine and offensive vaudeville acts, together with a complaint letter from 1916 -- Topics represented include antisemitism
American Jewish Archives
Includes antisemitic information and brochures published by the Society and compiled by the Anti-defamation League of B'nai B'rith -- Topics represented include antisemitism in the press
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Autobiographical writings on such topics as Sadovskiĭ's work in and near Vitebsk, Belarus, as part of Stolypin's land reform commission, the creation of a botanical garden in Vitebsk, Sadovskiĭ's imprisonment by the Cheka in 1919-1920, his emigration to Brazil, and various antisemitic topics; documents, including Cheka affidavits regarding Sadovskiĭ's arrest, photocopies of diplomas, and emigration forms; two copies of a brochure by Sadovskiĭ about the botanical garden; and other material
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence, minutes, reports, research materials, publications, and other items. Persons represented include Nahum Goldmann, Maurice Louis Perlzweig, Nehemiah Robinson and Stephen Samuel Wise. Topics represented include Antisemitism; Holocaust survivors; Soviet Jews, and restitution and indemnification claims
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, administrative files, agent case files, reports, testimony before Congress on Nazi activities, newsletters, antisemitic literature, broadsides, and other records. Topics include motion picture industry's depiction of ethnic and minority groups, Communism in the U.S., discrimination in housing, immigration from Eastern Europe, prayer in public schools, and the plight of Soviet Jews
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, bylaws, publications, newsletters, investigation files, and photos, relating to the boycott of goods produced in Nazi Germany, World War II, resettlement of Japanese Americans in Cleveland (1944-1945), antisemitism, and discriminatory practices against African Americans and Jews
The Bancroft Library
Genealogies of the Seixas and Solomons families; articles and speeches by Lucius Levy Solomons on such topics as the meaning of Judaism, the Jew in the Diaspora, anti-Semitism, Palestine, immigration, philanthropy, Jewish character, fraternalism and brotherhood, spiritual nationality, political Zionism, assimilation, altruism, justice, the Jewish soul, and the prophetic idea in Judaism; family correspondence (which consists entirely of photocopies from the Solomons family papers at the American Jewish Archives); accounts and documents about the Solomons family and members of the Seixas, Green, Frank, Franks, Sloss, Lilienthal, Dorfman, and Spitzler families from Rhode Island, New York, Jamaica, and London; and a small number of photographs -- Also contains the 1896 marriage license of Lucius L. Solomons and Helen B. Frank, signed by Rabbi Jacob Voorsanger and a handwritten document entitled "Dinim/Rules to be observed in Killing," which lays out the rules for kosher slaughter (this ... Read More
American Jewish Archives
Collection consists primarily of correspondence dealing with activities within the Jewish and non-Jewish communities in Connecticut, especially Greater Hartford; together with congregational records, manuscripts of sermons and addresses, newsclippings, photographs, and miscellaneous items. Subjects include anti-Semitism, Armed Forces, Central Conference of American Rabbis, chaplains, civil rights, Congregation Beth Israel, Hartford, Conn., education, Freemasonry, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, Ohio, Jewish-Christian relations, Palestine, Reform Judaism, social welfare activities, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and Zionism. Correspondents include Cyrus Adler, Leo Baeck, Bernard Baruch, Henry J. Berkowitz, Jacob Billikopf, Louis D. Brandeis, David A. Brown, Benjamin N. Cardozo, Max Currick, Gotthard Deutsch, Solomon B. Freehof, Nelson Glueck, Ella Grasso, Louis Grossmann, James G. Heller, and Mordecai M. Kaplan