Wayne State University - Walter P. Reuther Library
American Jewish Archives - Jacob Rader Marcus Center
Consists of American Jewish Committee (AJC) records from 1917-1987. Records from many divisions of the AJC including the Domestic Affairs Department (DAD), Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department (IRSA), Civil Rights and Social Action Department (CRSA), Education and Training Department, and Information and Research Services are represented, as well as, general administrative documents
University of Texas at Austin - Center for American History
Scope and Contents The Texas Jewish Historical Society Records, 1824-2015, document the mission of the organization to collect, publish, and preserve Jewish history in all areas of Texas and Texas life. The collection is arranged into sixteen series: Administration; Family Histories; People by Occupation; Communities; Texas State Jewish Organizations; Religion/Rabbis and Cantors; Religious Congregations; Cemeteries; Photographic Material; Audio, Video and Film; Sheet Music; Faye Brachman Papers; Howard Lackman Files; Rabi Levi Olan Sermons; and Assorted/Additional Files. The Administration series contains the administrative records of the Texas Jewish Historical Society, and includes a substantial amount of material from the 1990 TJHS publication, Deep In the Heart: Lives and Legends of Texas Jews, by Ruthe Winegarten and Cathy Schechter. Materials relating to Family Histories, People by Occupation, Communities, Texas State Jewish Organizations, Religion/Rabbis and Cantors, and ... Read More
George Washington University - Special Collections Research Center
Collection consists primarily of papers and printed matter generated by the Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington, including meeting minutes, memoranda, correspondence, reports, and press releases. It also contains a number of photographs and a single audio cassette. The material ranges in date from 1937 to 1988, but the bulk of the material ranges from 1965 to 1979.
University of Illinois at Chicago - Special Collections and University Archives
David G. Roth (1940-1995) was an active member in the Chicago Jewish community and contributed internationally advocating multiculturalism toward progressive intergroup relationships. There are two series created in the David G. Roth Papers. The first section is comprised of correspondence from the late 1980s to his death in mid-1995. The second is an ephemera collection consisting of photographs, plaques, audio and visual tapes.
American Jewish Archives - Jacob Rader Marcus Center
Papers describe the career of Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, one of the most respected and influential religious leaders of the late 20th century. His main focus of activity was interfaith relations but he also worked in other areas such as race relations, human rights and international peace and justice. The collection includes extensive correspondence, writings, addresses, news clippings, reports, meeting minutes, organizational and conference records, audio-visual material and photographs.