Senator John Heinz History Center
The photographs include images related to the UJF-supported activities in Pittsburgh, stock photos of life in Israel; and UJF activities in Pittsburgh
Senator John Heinz History Center
This collection consists of materials related to Saul Weisberg's career at the United Jewish Federation, including reports, speeches, and histories of the UJF and other institutions
Newberry Library
Correspondence, scrapbook albums, writings, reviews, and memorabilia of Philip P. Bregstone, together with materials of his wife, Anne Rosenberg Bregstone -- Letters and clippings concern civic activities, wartime work, literary pursuits, and condolences. Bregstone's writings include poetry, articles, and books. The scrapbooks, one of which documents Mrs. Bregstone's war activities, also contain copies of Bregstone's writings. There is also a significant body of Yiddish language material by and about Bregstone, including some unpublished writings. Altogether, these papers give a good picture of the vibrant Jewish community in Chicago during the first half of the twentieth century
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, financial and membership records, curriculum and other educational materials, legal documents, dues books, mortgages, deeds, scrapbooks, publications, photos, and service bulletins, relating to building projects, Reform theology, Zionism, United Jewish Religious Schools, Cleveland, Ohio, and United Jewish Cemeteries; together with copies of sermons of Rabbis Barnett R. Brickner, Michael Machol, and Louis Wolsey
American Jewish Archives
Correspondence, minutes, annual reports, Executive Board meeting transcripts, financial records, committee records, clippings, and nearprint materials -- Subjects include American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, antisemitism, Board of Delegates on Civil Rights, Central Conference of American Rabbis, Falashas, Hebrew Sabbath School Union of American, Hebrew Union College and Alumni Association, Jewish Institute of Religion, National Conference of Christians and Jews, National Council of Jewish Women, National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, National Jewish Welfare Board, New York Association of Reform Congregations, Ezra Hebrew School, New York Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies, Russian and Romanian jewry, Synagogue Council of American, Tract Commission, World Union for Progressive Judaism, World War I aftermath, and Zionism
Senator John Heinz History Center
The Rabbi Aaron Mordechai Ashinsky papers include materials that provide insight into the life of Rabbi Ashinsky, including news clippings and congratulatory telegrams at the time of his fiftieth anniversary in the rabbinate (which coincided with his fiftieth wedding anniversary); obituaries and letters of condolence received by the family when Rebbetzin Pearl Drob Ashinsky died in 1942 and when Rabbi Ashinsky died in 1954; testimonials, and correspondence pertaining to land purchases in Palestine. His professional work is also documented with certificates of credentials, marriage licenses, and sermons. Published materials from the collection contain information about some of the institutions founded by Rabbi Ashinsky, including the Jewish Home for the Aged and the Hebrew Institute. A second accession which included family papers and clippings was added to the collection in 2014
Senator John Heinz History Center
Records include meeting minutes, agendas, memoranda, financial records, membership lists, press releases, reports, programs, correspondence, photographs, newsclippings and published materials documenting the federation's activities promoting the State of Israel
Senator John Heinz History Center
Records include financial ledgers, record books, meeting minutes, bills and receipts, correspondnece and photographs documenting the congregation's finances and individual congregants through collection, donation and cemetery records
Newberry Library
Correspondence, manuscript drafts and clippings of Binder's foreign dispatches and columns, notebooks, personal and family materials, and photographs -- Binder was a revealing letter writer and his correspondence with Daily News colleagues such as Charles Dennis, Paul Scott Mowrer, Helen Kirkpatrick, and Hal O'Flaherty are of particular interest. He went into great detail in describing his struggles with newspaper leadership to maintain the integrity of his work. His writing itself is impassioned and left-leaning. Clippings, notebooks, and drafts vividly chronicle the changing world of the first half of the 20th Century. Family and personal papers, including diaries and correspondence with his wife Dorothy, reveal Binder to be as impassioned about his family as his work
Columbia University
The files contain correspondence, reports, clippings, Board minute books, photographs and ESCO publications -- Among the correspondence are Stephen Wise, Theodore Kolleck, Ernest Bloch, and Leonard Bernstein. The collection also includes papers relating to Mr. and Mrs. Cohen's personal (i.e., non-ESCO) Zionist and Jewish interests