Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Papers of religious scholar, lecturer, and activist Jack Stewart Boozer from 1950 to 1989.
University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
The collection documents the activities of the American Jewish Congress' Northern California Division from 1960 through the mid-1980s. It contains minutes (1960-1982, incomplete), financial records, membership records, annual reports, articles, programs, newsletters, press releases, clippings, correspondence, briefs and published material, and some photographs.
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.
University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
The B'nai B'rith, District Grand Lodge No. 4 records document an extensive history of Jewish programming and community service from one of the most important Jewish organizations in North America.
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Video collection of Betty Friedan, feminist, activist, and author.
American Jewish Archives - Jacob Rader Marcus Center
The Harold D. Hahn papers document the career of Rabbi Harold D. Hahn, primarily during his years as senior rabbi at K.K. Bene Israel (Rockdale Temple), Cincinnati, Ohio.
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Records of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, an organization founded in 1924 to promote religious, educational, and social activities among Jewish students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Included are materials documenting the organization's administrative and financial responsibilities and the social and religious activities it promoted. Personal interviews describe the experiences of Jews in various settings. The bulk of the material dates from 1924 to 1965.