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Summary: Correspondence between Philip S. Bernstein and Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Dec. 21, 1945 and Dec. 26, 1945. Also: report and interview of Executive Committee of CANRA with Gen. D.D. Eisenhower. Dec. 18, 1945.
Summary: Correspondence with Stephen S. Wise, 1926-1949; together with eulogies and other tributes to Wise prepared b Bernstein.
Summary: “Israel and Palestine,” an Adult Education Lecture given by Rabbi Bernstein at Temple Israel, Boston, Mass. This includes his personal recollections about World War II.
Summary: Interviews with Pinchus Adler and Rabbi Bernstein conducted by Student Rabbi Thomas P. Liebschutz, Rochester, N.Y.
Summary: The nearprint biographies file is a vertical file compiled by the American Jewish Archives consisting of correspondence, newsclippings, publications and memorabilia relating to a specific individual.
Summary: The American Jewish Archives picture collection consists of print images (primarily black and white) collected from various sources pertaining to an individual, organization, location, or topic.
Summary: Article about the impact of a modern American Reform rabbi on a young modern Reform Jew, written by Chester M. Leopold about Philip Bernstein. New York, N.Y. 1978.
Summary: The Death of Harry S. Truman, the Death of Lyndon B. Johnson, the Death of Life, and the Death of Leopold Street Shul; some personal recollections on a single theme, by Philip S. Bernstein.
Summary: Memorandum from Rabbi Bernstein to General Joseph T. McNarney regarding the state of Polish Jewry, their future and recommendations as Advisor to the Theater Commander on Jewish Affairs in Europe.
Summary: Memorandum to Arthus Creech Jones, British Secretary ofState for the Colonies, describing the situation of the Jewish displaced persons in the U.S. zones of Germany and Austria. London, England.
Summary: Program for the dedication of the Philip S. Bernstein Professorship in Jewish Studies at the University of Rochester, and an address delivered by Rabbi Bernstein. Rochester, New York. Dec. 16, 1974.
Summary: Autobiography, Rochester, New York, 1972.
Summary: Letter. Dennis, Massachusetts. August 29, 1963.
Summary: Delivered by Dr. Abraham J. Karp, Rochester, New York, Dec. 5, 1985.
Summary: Sermon. Rochester, New York. May 11, 1962.
Summary: Transcript of interview conducted by Dr. Yehuda Bauer with Philip S. Bernstein. New York, N.Y.?
Summary: Correspondence regarding the emigration of refugees in the Displaced Persons camps in Europe. London, England. 1946-1947. Given to Bernstein by Herbert A. Fierst as part of a letter sent May 16, 1969. Originals returned to Fierst.
Summary: Letter to Thomas P. Liebschutz, listing sources concerning Bernstein's involvement with displaced persons after World War II.