TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Biographical Sketch -- Henry Hurwitz

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement Note

Conditions of Access and Use

Administrative Information

Search Terms

Box Folder Listing

Record Group I. Henry Hurwitz Papers. 1905-1963.

Record Group II. International Menorah Association Records. 1907-1932.

A Finding Aid to the Henry Hurwitz Papers. 1905-1963.

Manuscript Collection No. 2


Introduction

Repository: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
Creator: Hurwitz, Henry, 1886-1961
Title: Henry Hurwitz Papers
Dates: 1905-1963
Quantity: 30.8 linear feet (77 Hollinger boxes, 3 oversize boxes)
Abstract: The collection contains material pertaining to the life and career of Henry Hurwitz, as well as records of the Intercollegiate Menorah Association (IMA). The collection was presented as two separate files (Hurwitz and IMA) and their arrangement has been left as such. The Hurwitz file deals extensively with the management and publication of The Menorah Journal and many of the projects undertaken by Hurwitz under the auspices of the Menorah movement. The IMA file consists primarily of materials concerning individual campus Menorah societies.
Collection Number: MS-2
Language: Collection material in English.

Biographical Sketch -- Henry Hurwitz

Henry HurwitzHenry Hurwitz was born July 14, 1886, in a small village in Lithuania (about twenty miles from the capital city of Kovno). His family immigrated to the United States in 1891, and he attended Boston and Gloucester, Massachusetts public schools, graduating in 1904 as valedictorian of Gloucester High School. He received his B.A. from Harvard in 1908 and continued his education at the Harvard Law and Business School obtaining an M.A. in 1911, with a specialty in diplomacy and international law. While at Harvard, Mr. Hurwitz was elected to Phil Beta Kappa in his junior year, twice won the Coolidge Boylson and Summer prize in debating, oratory and essay, and was captain of the Harvard Inter-varsity debates against Yale and Princeton.

In 1906, Mr. Hurwitz and several other Jewish students at Harvard (including Horace M. Kallen and Abraham Simon) met and organized the Harvard Menorah Society for the Study and Advancement of Jewish Culture and Ideals. After receiving his master's degree, Mr. Hurwitz continued with the promotion of the Menorah idea and in 1913 helped to establish the Intercollegiate Menorah Association (IMA) which expanded the objectives of the Harvard Menorah Society to a national scale.

Henry Hurwitz served as president of the IMA until 1914 when the constitution was amended to include the office of chancellor, a position which Mr. Hurwitz was to retain throughout his career. As Chancellor, Mr. Hurwitz undertook the direction of fund-raising activities, the promotion of Menorah societies throughout the country, and the initiation and implementation of the many Menorah-sponsored activities such as the Menorah Board of Lecturers, the Menorah Summer School, and the Menorah Educational Conference.

In 1915, the IMA founded the bi-monthly Menorah Journal with Mr. Hurwitz as editor-in-chief. The Menorah Journal was designed to fulfill two purposes: first, to serve as the official organ of the Association; and, second, to serve as the academic exponent of Jewish culture and ideals in America. Through the publication of the best and most informative articles produced in Jewish history, religion, literature, and modern life, the Journal aimed to stimulate an awareness of an interest in Jewish issues, to discuss Jewish problems from all points of view, and to encourage Jewish writers and artists to find themselves within their Jewish heritage.

The first issue was brought out in January, 1915 with Louis Brandeis contributing the leading article, "A Call to the Educated Jew," and with greetings from such notables as David Philipson, Stephen S. Wise, Cyrus Adler and Kaufmann Kohler [1]. The editorial statement of this issue described the aims and aspirations of the Journal: "Scholarly when scholarship will be in order, but always endeavoring to be timely, vivacious, readable; keen in the pursuit of truth wherever its source and whatever the consequences; a Jewish forum open to all sides, devoted first and last to bringing out the values of Jewish culture and ideals, of Hebraism and of Judaism and striving for their advancement..." [2]

In 1917, due to the increase in the number of Menorah societies and the continued need for a scholarly Jewish periodical, The Menorah Bulletin was created to take over as the organ of the IMA, leaving The Menorah Journal to serve solely as the exponent of Jewish culture and ideals.

In 1924, a Menorah Writers' and Artists' Fund was established to sustain The Menorah Journal as the medium for publishing the writings of Jewish thinkers and artists. With the rise of Nazism in the 1930's, the Journal further enamored itself with Jewish audiences by publishing contributions written by many refugee writers and artists.

The Journal was not, however, without its controversies. The debate over the publication of A.H. Silver's 1926 article "Why do the Heathen Rage?" caused the Journal to be criticized as anti-rabbinical and anti-reformist. Elliot E. Cohen and several other editors resigned in 1930 due to a policy conflict. And, Oscar I. Janowsky's "Zionism Today: A Clarification" (1944), along with Hurwitz's participation in the American Council for Judaism in the 1950s caused the Journal to be labeled Zionist and anti-Zionist respectively.

The Menorah Journal remained a bi-monthly through 1927 when, for four years, it was published monthly. In 1931, due to financial difficulties caused both by the depression and an ideological change within American Jewry, the Journal was reduced to a quarterly and continued to be published erratically as such until Henry Hurwitz's death in 1961. A Valedictory Issue, dedicated to Henry Hurwitz, was published in 1962. In 1963, The Menorah Journal was officially ended with the dissolution of the Menorah Association, Inc. along with its subsidiary Menorah Journal, Inc.

In 1928, Henry Hurwitz helped to organize the Federation of Lithuanian Jews of America. The major purpose of this organization as stated in its draft constitution was "to extend aid to the Jews of Lithuania economically and culturally, and in such other ways as may be deemed desirable from time-to-time." [3] The Federation also hoped to build a bridge between American Jews of Lithuanian descent and their kinsmen in Lithuania and thus establish a type of cultural exchange for the benefit of both. Mr. Hurwitz was elected as the first president of the Federation, a position which he held through 1936.

Henry Hurwitz also participated in various other organizations including the American Jewish Congress, the World Union of Jewish Students (of which he was president in 1929), and the Overseas Press Club. But these activities were only secondary to his dedication to the promotion of the Menorah ideal and the publication of The Menorah Journal.

Circa 1918, Henry Hurwitz married Ruth Sapinsky (pen name Ruth Sapin), a native of New Albany, Indiana. Ruth Sapin Hurwitz wrote short stories and articles on educational and welfare topics for The Menorah Journal and collaborated frequently with her husband in Menorah activities. She died in June, 1961. The Hurwitz's had two sons: Henry Hurwitz, Jr. (1919- ) and David L. Hurwood (1922- ). Henry Hurwitz died on November 19, 1961 in New York City. He was survived by his two sons and a sister, Mrs. Samuel Maude.

Notes

[1] The Menorah Journal, vol. 1, no. 1 (January, 1915), p. 3-12.

[2] Ibid. p.1

[3] Attached to letter, Henry Hurwitz to Simon Glazer, November 15, 1928. Henry Hurwitz Papers, American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.


Institutional Sketch -- The Menorah Movement

The Menorah movement began with the founding, in 1906, at Harvard University, of the Harvard Menorah Society for the Study and Advancement of Jewish Culture and Ideals. The Society was established, according to tradition, by several Jewish students who, upon meeting informally, agreed that the revitalization of the study of Jewish history and culture was necessary in order to adequately present the development of human knowledge and civilization. Beyond this major purpose of winning for the field of Jewish history and culture its rightful place in the University, the group also aimed at raising the morale of Jewish students by providing to them the opportunity to become better acquainted with Jewish life and thought.

Shortly before the founding of the Harvard Menorah Society and equally as spontaneous, Jewish student organizations were formed at other universities, notably Minnesota and Illinois. When these societies became aware of each other, they set up sporadic communications, and thus, the Menorah ideal was gradually spread throughout the country.

In 1911, the president of the Harvard Menorah Society expressly undertook as one of the tasks of his administration, the furtherance of intercollegiate Menorah organizations. In 1912, several conventions were held around the country in order to discuss the formation of a national Menorah organization. In 1913, at a convention at the University of Chicago, the Intercollegiate Menorah Association (IMA) was formally established. Henry Hurwitz, one of the founders of the Harvard Menorah Society and active in the formation of the IMA, was elected as its first president, and for the rest of his career devoted himself entirely to the promotion of the Menorah movement.

The object of the IMA, as defined by its constitution, was "the promotion in American colleges and universities of the study of Jewish history, culture, and problems, and the advancement of Jewish ideals." [4] The IMA saw its major functions as: 1) to regulate the nature and purpose of every constituent Menorah society, and 2) to stimulate and assist the Menorah societies in carrying out their purposes. The administration of the Association was formally under the control of an Administrative Council composed of one student representative from each constituent society, but, in actuality, it was Henry Hurwitz who managed most of IMA's affairs.

In April, 1913, Irving Lehman, Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, organized a Graduate Advisory Menorah Committee which undertook to supply the 1913-1914 IMA budget. Thereafter the budget was to be derived from the Menorah societies through the collection of membership dues, and from whatever funds could be raised by various Menorah campaigns. Henry Hurwitz, who in 1914 through an amendment to the constitution became the Chancellor of the IMA, was director of these Menorah fund drives.

The IMA's profound dedication to the education of Jewish students to their heritage can be seen in the many and diverse activities it sponsored. The basic element of any Menorah society was its program of lectures. In 1913, the IMA had already organized the Menorah College of Lecturers, which compiled a list of available lectures and paid their traveling expenses to the schools. Along with these lecturers, many Menorah societies were also able to obtain qualified lecturers from the faculty of members of their community.

Study circles were another common element to most Menorah societies. Through the use of IMA-provided bibliographies, syllabi and pamphlets, and the standardized Menorah libraries (available upon request from IMA), these study circles were able to hold stimulating and informative discussions while also producing papers and essays for outside distribution. Intercollegiate Menorah debates, Menorah-sponsored plays, concerts and musicals also added to the Jewish students' awareness and appreciation of their heritage. The IMA offered prizes for the best undergraduate essay on the subject of Jewish history or Jewish achievement. To further motivate Menorah activities at the schools, the annual Irving Lehman Trophy (a seven-branched candelabrum) was presented to the Menorah society judged to have done the best work during the year.

The IMA, in conjunction with local Menorah societies, also sponsored sundry conventions and conferences throughout the country. These conventions and conferences consisted of debates and symposia between the Menorah societies represented; addresses by IMA officials and/or others concerning Jewish history and culture; and business meetings where each Menorah society presented a report of its work for the past year. Discussion of mutual activities and problems, religious services, and Menorah lunches and dinners were also a vital part of each convention and conference. At the 1919 convention in New York City, it was decided to hold future national conventions biennually with district conferences in alternate years. Although the conventions and conferences were not held as regularly as anticipated, they continued sporadically through 1929 when the IMA was formally ended.

In 1915, the IMA undertook the publication of The Menorah Journal which was to serve both as the official organ of the Association and as the academic exponent of Jewish culture and ideals. In 1917, this dual function of the The Menorah Journal was split with The Menorah Bulletin being created to assume the role of the IMA's organ and the Journal continuing in the role of academic exponent of Judaism. Henry Hurwitz was editor-in-chief of The Menorah Journal throughout its existence, and under his management, it became recognized as one of the most important publications in English devoted to Jewish culture and learning.

The formation of the Intercollegiate Association in 1913 was not only welcomed by the Jewish communities in American colleges and universities, but it was also generally well-accepted by college and university authorities who saw it as fitting into the scholarly objectives of their institutions. By 1913, there were 30 societies affiliated with the IMA, and, within four years this number had more than doubled. Eleven Graduate Menorah societies had also been organized in various cities for those who had graduated but were still interested in maintaining their Menorah ties.

The growth of the IMA was such that a total reorganization was required in 1917. A new constitution was ratified and a Board of Governors was created to oversee general IMA policies, annual budgets, and special projects. The new constitution gave almost all administrative control to the Board, removing most of the control from the student-run Administrative Council. The Board consisted of four members of the general community, five recent graduates who had been associated with IMA while in college, and two students. Members were selected by the Administrative Council and the officers were elected by the Board itself.

In 1918, at a gathering of some 40 university professors and instructors called together by the IMA, the Menorah Educational Conference (MEC) was formed. Its major purpose, beyond working with the IMA to guide and stimulate the work of the Menorah societies and to encourage the inclusion of Jewish subjects into the regular curriculum, was to help create the necessary educational literature for Menorah students. The group was to meet semi-annually with the presentation of a Leopold Zunz Memorial Lecture by a Jewish scholar (to be published in The Menorah Journal) becoming a part of the December conference meeting. Nathan Isaacs was elected chairman and remained in this position throughout MEC's existence.

With the rise of the Hillel Foundation in the 1920s, which encouraged social as well as scholarly programs, the IMA, with its sole dedication to the development of an intellectual elite, began to fade. In 1926, there were only 51 member societies, resulting in another reorganization of the Board of Governors and the Executive Council (1927).

Despite its steady decline, the IMA continued throughout the 1920s to successfully create and sponsor various programs. In 1922, the Menorah Summer School was begun. It consisted of six weeks of courses, seminars, and discussions between students and teachers concerning Jewish history, literature, and problems. Its three-fold purpose was to train Menorah members to participate in and head study circles and debates; to teach them to pursue Jewish studies in the Menorah spirit of free inquiry; and to provide a public "intelligently appreciative" of the efforts of scholars, teachers, and others working in Jewish fields. The School held sessions in 1922 and 1923 and, then, due to a lack of funds, was not able to convene again until its final sessions in 1930.

In 1927, the Menorah Forum was organized for the sustained secession of Jewish questions during the year. Although the initial response for the Forum was good, the idea was never fully developed.

With the collapse of most of the Menorah societies by the late 1920s, the intercollegiate phase of the Menorah movement ended. In 1929, another reorganization was effected which resulted in the incorporation of the IMA, the MEC, The Menorah Journal, the Menorah Summer School, and, when endowed, the Menorah Foundation, into the Menorah Association, Inc. The Board of Governors continued as the governing body, but as before, it was Henry Hurwitz who, basically, managed its affairs. In 1931, The Menorah Journal, Inc. was formed as a subsidiary to the Menorah Association, Inc.

The Menorah Association, Inc. (MA), as stated explicitly in its certificate of incorporation (1929, October 23; New York, New York) was to continue the basic objectives of the IMA: "to advance Jewish culture and ideals...to promote the knowledge and appreciation of the endeavor and achievement of the Jewish people in all fields of human activity." [5] The MA's projects were as unique and diversified as the IMA's but the enthusiasm which greeted them as not as great. Throughout its existence, the MA was plagued by a lack of interest on the part of the general Jewish community, and Henry Hurwitz was forced to double his efforts both in promoting the Menorah ideal and in securing funds for its continuance.

Many new programs were begun, but none reached the level of impact intended and many never got off the ground. In 1933, the Menorah Writers' and Artists' Committee was formed. In 1945, the Menorah Faculty Council, with I. L. Kandel as chairman, was founded to continue the work of the MEC as well as sponsor and help direct the proposed Menorah School or College of Jewish History, Culture and Social Research, the Menorah Summer School, and the Menorah School for Adult Education. A Menorah College -- a scholarly group to discuss and teach Jewish culture and history -- was suggested sometime around 1946. The idea of a Menorah Research Institute was discussed in 1949. And, in 1951, there were attempts to start a British Menorah Association.

Two of the more successful MA activities were its refugee work in the early 1940s, for which it received over $3500 in grants to aid scholars, writers, and artists, and its creation in 1958 of the Menorah Collegium which sought to "present authoritative and dispassionate evaluation of various aspects of Jewish heritage." [6] With the United States entrance into World War II, the MA's refugee work has halted and the Menorah Collegium, which had proposed a five-year program, did not last through 1961.

In November, 1961, Henry Hurwitz, the major promoter of the Menorah movement, died and The Menorah Association, Inc., along with The Menorah Journal, Inc., was formally dissolved by the Board of Trustees in 1963.

Notes

[4] Henry Hurwitz and I. Leo Sharfman. The Menorah Movement for the Study and Advancement of Jewish Culture and Ideals. (Ann Arbor: Intercollegiate Menorah Association, 1914), p. 171.

[5] Attachment to letter, Henry Hurwitz to F.F. Greenman, February 14, 1930. Henry Hurwitz/Menorah Association Collection, American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

[6] Report. "The Basis of the Menorah Collegium" in Edward I. Tonkon File, 1958. Henry Hurwitz/Menorah Association Collection. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.


Scope and Content Note

The collection contains material pertaining to the life and career of Henry Hurwitz, as well as records of the Intercollegiate Menorah Association (IMA). The Hurwitz file deals extensively with the management and publication of The Menorah Journal and many of the projects undertaken by Hurwitz under the auspices of the Menorah movement. The IMA file consists primarily of materials concerning individual campus Menorah societies. The collection was presented as two separate files and their arrangement has been left as such.


Arrangement Note

This collection is arranged in two (2) record groups:

  • Record Group I. Henry Hurwitz Papers. 1905-1963.
  • Record Group II. Intercollegiate Menorah Association Records. 1907-1932.

Conditions of Access and Use

Terms of Access

The collection is open for use; no restrictions apply.

Terms of Reproduction and Use

Copyright restrictions may apply. Authorization to publish, quote, or reproduce, with exceptions for fair use, may be obtained through the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio. Please address queries to the Executive Director of the American Jewish Archives. For more information, see the American Jewish Archives copyright information webpage.


Administrative Information

Alternative Forms of Collection

This collection is available on microfilm (MF-2075 to MF-2103), which may be interlibrary loaned.

Preferred Citation

Footnotes and bibliographic references should refer to the Henry Hurwitz Papers and the American Jewish Archives. A suggestion for at least the first citation is as follows:

[Description], [Date], Henry Hurwitz Papers, MS-2, Box [#], Folder [#]. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Provenance

The Henry Hurwitz/Menorah Association Collection was donated to the American Jewish Archives in May, 1963, by the Board of Governors of the Menorah Association, Inc. In September, 1981, an additional supplement of materials was donated to the American Jewish Archives by David Hurwood.

Processing Information

Processed by M. Carolyn Dellenbach, June 1976. Additional processing by Kevin Proffitt, October 1984.


Box Folder Listing

Record Group I. Henry Hurwitz Papers. 1905-1963.[66 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: The majority of the material is from 1915, the beginning of The Menorah Journal, through 1961, the year of Henry Hurwitz's death. The material in the file after Mr. Hurwitz's death is his son's (David Hurwood) correspondence concerning his father.
Arrangement Note: Arranged in two (2) series: Series A. General Files and Series B. Financial Records.
Series A. General Files. 1905-1963.[64 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Contains correspondence, manuscripts, galley proofs, clippings, pamphlets, and other nearprint material. There are some corporate headings in this Series, but generally, correspondence with institutions, committees and organizations is filed under the personal name of Hurwitz's major correspondent within the organization. The general folders at the beginning of each letter of the alphabet contain the correspondence, manuscripts, etc. of those individuals for whom there are less than three items.
The correspondence in the General File is rich in materials documenting the Menorah movement as a whole as well as many of the individual activities which it sponsored. Henry Hurwitz, as Chancellor of the IMA/MA, assumed the responsibility for the creation, promotion, and funding of Menorah activities. Through his correspondence one can see the development, management, and at times the demise, of many of these projects. A great deal of the correspondence also concerns attempts to secure membership dues, and grants and donations from various individuals and organizations.
Series A also contains much material concerning the publication of The Menorah Journal. Henry Hurwitz, as editor-in-chief, screened many of the manuscripts submitted, edited many of those accepted for publication, and solicited articles from prominent scholars and notable people in the Jewish community. Often he asked for outside opinions on the value of a particular manuscript and at times he provided advice for the use of a manuscript elsewhere. The correspondence in this Series shows these functions of the editor-in-chief while also containing many of the original manuscripts and drafts of articles published in the Journal. The editorial policies of The Menorah Journal are not well documented, probably because there was little need for outside correspondence concerning them, but some controversies in which the Journal was involved did warrant outside correspondence and they often reflect general editorial policies.
Mr. Hurwitz's interests outside of the Menorah movement were few. He was involved in the founding and management of the Federation of Lithuanian Jews of America and he did join and participate in other organizations and committees, but often this was only to further the Menorah cause. Series A contains material on some of these organizations, especially the Federation of Lithuanian Jews in America.
Very little information on Mr. Hurwitz's personal life is found in the Henry Hurwitz subgroup. His correspondence with his sons, Henry, Jr. and David, and with some personal friends, while at times illuminating, is not voluminous. Many of his personal activities and opinions are to be seen only in snatches through his correspondence with individuals concerned with the movement.
Arrangement Note: Alphabetical. Within each individual file, the material is chronologically arranged, with any manuscripts and galley proofs following the correspondence and other material.
Box Folder
1 1 A, General.
1 2 Abarbanel, Albert. Corr. Mss. 1938-1940.
1 3 Adler, Cyrus. Corr. 1913-1939.
1 4 Agus, Jacob B. Corr. 1948-1955.
1 5 Agus, Jacob B. Corr. 1955-1961.
1 6 Agus, Jacob B. Mss., Galleys. 1952-1960.
1 7 Alexander, Hartley Burr. Speech. 1919.
1 8 Alpert, Carl. Corr. 1940-1949.
1 9 Alpert, David. Corr. 1929.
1 10 Altheimer, Ben. Corr; Mss. 1917-1926, undated.
1 11 American Jewish Committee. Corr. 1918-1941.
1 12 American Jewish Committee. Corr. June 1945.
1 13 American Jewish Committee. Corr. July 1945-1960.
1 14 Amram, David Werner. Corr. 1918-1936.
1 15 Angoff, Charles. Corr. 1935-1954.
1 16 Arendt, Hannah. Corr. 1942-1959.
1 17 Arendt, Hannah. Mss. 1942-1946.
1 18 Arkin, Aaron [Editor-in-Chief]. 1913-1920.
Box Folder
2 1 Arlosoroff, Chaim. Corr. 1928-1941.
2 2 Arzt, Max. Corr. 1927-1949.
2 3 Askowith, Hyman [Managing Editor]. 1914-1940, undated.
2 4 Askwith, Herbert. Corr. 1918-1933.
2 5 Auslander, Joseph. Corr. 1923-1942.
2 6 Ausubel, Nathan. Corr. 1927-1950.
2 7-8 B, General.
2 9 Bab, Julius. Corr; Mss. 1942-1946.
2 10 Badt-Strauss, Bertha. Corr. 1942-1951.
2 11 Bamberger, Bernard J. Corr. 1929-1949.
[scattered]
2 12 Bamberger, Louis. Corr. 1920-1927.
2 13 Bardin, Shlomo. Corr. 1940-1941.
2 14 Barish, Mildred. Corr; Mss. 1933-1945.
2 15 Baron, Joseph L. Corr. 1929-1951.
2 16 Baron, Salo. Corr. 1928-1937.
2 17 Baron, Salo. Corr. 1938-1945.
2 18 Baron, Salo. Corr; Clippings. 1946-1961.
2 19 Baron, Moses [First Vice President]. 1913-1917.
2 20 Baruch, Bernard. Corr. 1941.
2 21 Baruch, Bernard M. Corr. 1917-1949.
2 22 Baxte, Michael. Corr; Mss. 1939-1946.
2 23 Beals, Carleton. Corr. Mss. 1931.
Box Folder
3 1 Behrendt, Ernst. Corr. 1939-1942, undated.
3 2 Behrman, Samuel N. Corr. 1933-1954.
3 3 Bender, Albert M. 1916-1918.
3 4 Benderly, Samson. Corr. 1917-1923.
3 5 Benedict, Libby. 1931-1949.
3 6 Benedict, Libby. Mss; Proofs. 1934-1937.
3 7 Benedict, Libby. Mss; Proofs. 1940-1947.
3 8-9 Benedict, Libby. Mss.
3 10 Benjamin, Edward. Corr; Mss. 1930-1931, undated.
3 11 Bent, Silas. Corr; Mss. 1928.
3 12 Bentwich, Norman. Corr. 1914-1941, undated.
Box Folder
4 1 Bentwich, Norman. Mss; Proofs. 1930-1941, undated.
4 2 Beradt, Martin. Corr; Mss. 1941-1947.
4 3 Berenberg, David. Corr; Mss. 1937-1944.
4 4 Berger, Elmer. Corr. 1945-1952.
4 5 Berger, Elmer. Corr. 1953-October 1954.
4 6 Berger, Elmer. Corr. 1954-November 1956.
4 7 Berger, Elmer. Corr. 1957-1961.
4 8 Berkowitz, Henry J. Corr; Mss. 1928-1946.
4 9 Berkowitz, Walter J. Corr. 1923-1939.
4 10 Berkowitz, Walter J. Corr. 1941-1945.
4 11 Berkowitz, Walter J. Corr. 1946-1952.
Box Folder
5 1 Berkowitz, Walter J. Corr. 1954-1961.
5 2 Berkson, Isaac B. Corr. 1917-1943.
5 3 Berliner, Emil. Corr. 1919-1926.
5 4 Berman, Harold. Corr. 1922-1943.
5 5 Bernstein, Philip. Corr. 1928-1930.
5 6 Bernstein, Philip. Corr. 1931-1938.
5 7 Billikopf, Jacob. Corr. 1915-1916.
5 8 Billikopf, Jacob. Corr. 1917-1918.
5 9 Billikopf, Jacob. Corr. 1927-1930.
5 10 Billikopf, Jacob. Corr. 1931-1936.
5 11 Bilow, Irving C. Corr. 1927-1929.
5 12 Binder, Abraham W. Corr; Mss. 1942.
5 13 Blank, Amy. Corr. 1954-1957.
5 14 Blank, Amy. Corr., Mss. 1954-1959.
5 15 Blank, Sheldon. Corr. 1929-1958.
Box Folder
6 1 Blau, Joel. Corr; Mss. 1917-1927.
6 2 Blaustein, Jacob. Corr. 1944-1950.
6 3 Bloch, Ernest. Corr. 1917-1948.
6 4 Bloch, Joshua. Corr; Mss. 1944-1957.
6 5 Blondheim, David S. Corr. 1913-1918, undated.
6 6 Blum, Jane. Corr. 1951-1959.
6 7 B'nai B'rith. Corr. 1922-1961.
6 8 B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League. Corr; Clippings. 1938-1960.
6 9 B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation. Corr. 1928-1945.
6 10 Boas, George. Corr; Mss; Galley. 1934, 1954, undated.
6 11 Bogen, Boris. Corr. 1916-1926.
6 12 Bogen, Boris. Corr. 1927-1929.
6 13 Bokser, Ben Zion. Corr. 1948-1956.
6 14 Brachman, Abraham J. Corr; Mss. 1953, 1955, undated.
6 15 Brandeis, Louis D. Corr. 1912-1916.
6 16 Brandeis, Louis D. Corr. 1917-1935.
6 17 Brandeis, Louis D. Corr. 1936-1942.
6 18 Brav, Stanley. Corr. 1937-1943.
6 19 Brav, Stanley. Corr. 1944-1955.
Box Folder
7 1 Brav, Stanley. Mss. 1937, undated.
7 2 Brodie, Israel. Corr. 1951-1954.
7 3 Brown, Philip M. Corr; Mss. 1947.
7 4 Buck, Pearl S. Letter. 15 December 1943.
7 5 C, General.
7 6 Cahnman, Werner J. Mss. undated.
7 7 Cantor, Eddie. Corr. 1928-1948.
7 8 Cardozo, Benjamin. Corr. 1922-1942.
7 9 Carr, John Foster. 1916-1918.
7 10 Carroll, Harold. Mss. 1943, undated.
7 11 Chagall, Marc. Corr; Mss. 1938-1957, undated.
7 12 Churchill, Winston. Letter to. 9 October 1929.
7 13 Cohen, Alfred. Corr. 1925-1935.
7 14 Cohen, Barnet. Corr. 1920-1923.
7 15 Cohen, Elliot E. Corr. 1921-1926.
7 16 Cohen, Elliot E. Corr. 1927-1930.
7 17 Cohen, Elliot E. Corr. 1921-1934.
7 18 Cohen, Elliot E. Mss. 1923, 1925, undated.
7 19 Cohen, Henry. Corr. 1916-1919.
7 20 Cohen, Hyman H. [Treasurer]. Corr.1913.
7 21 Cohen, Israel. Corr; Mss. 1922-1927, undated.
7 22 Cohen, Mardel. Mss. undated.
Box Folder
8 1 Cohon, Samuel S. Corr; Mss. 1938-1950.
8 2 Coleman, Clarence L. Corr. 1955-1957.
8 3 Coleman, Clarence L. Corr. 1958-1961.
8 4 Coleman, Edward D. [Secretary]. Corr. 1915-1918, undated.
8 5 Commentary. Corr. 1946-1953.
8 6 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, Inc. Corr. 1947-1954.
8 7 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, Inc. Corr. 1955-1960.
8 8 Council of Jewish Women. 1921-1923, undated.
8 9 Cronbach, Abraham. Corr; Mss. 1917-1961.
8 10 Crossman, Jerome. Corr. 1947-1952.
8 11 Crossman, Jerome. Corr. 1953-1955.
8 12 Crossman, Jerome. Corr. 1956-1958.
8 13 Crossman, Jerome. Corr. 1959-1961.
Box Folder
9 1 Cunningham, James H. Corr. 1941.
9 2 Currick, Max C. Corr. 1922-1936.
9 3 D, General.
9 4 Davidson, Carrie. Corr. 1929-1945.
9 5 Davidson, Israel. Corr. 1922-1935.
9 6 Davidson, Israel. Corr. 1936-1939.
9 7 Davidson, Morris. Corr; Mss. 1933-1935.
9 8 Davis, Abel. 1916-1917.
9 9 Davis, Allan. 1914-1916.
9 10 Davis, Harry W. [Second Vice President]. 1916-1917.
9 11 Davis, Helen M. Corr. 1956-1961.
9 12 Dennen, Leon. Mss. undated.
9 13 Deutsch, Babette. Corr; Mss. Proof. 1921-1944.
9 14 Deutsch, Hermann B. [Editor-in-Chief]. Corr. 1912-1913, undated.
9 15 Deutsch, Monroe. Corr. 1940-1955.
9 16 Dewey, John. Corr. 1926-1941.
9 17 E, General.
9 18 Edman, Irwin. Corr. 1924-1928.
9 19 Edman, Irwin. Corr. 1929-1941.
9 20 Efros, Israel. Translations of his poetry. undated.
9 21 Ehrmann, Herbert B. Corr. 1915-1920.
Box Folder
10 1 Ehrmann, Herbert B. Corr. 1921-1925.
10 2 Ehrmann, Herbert B. Corr. 1926-1931.
10 3 Ehrmann, Herbert B. Corr. 1932-1940.
10 4 Ehrmann, Herbert B. Corr. 1942-1960.
10 5 Einstein, Albert. Corr. 1919-1955.
10 6 Eisendrath, Maurice N. Corr. 1930-1953.
10 7 Eisendrath, Maurice N. Corr. 1954-1961.
10 8 Elbogen, Ismar. Corr; Mss. 1938-1943.
10 9 Eliot, Charles. Corr. Mss. 1913-1922.
10 10 Elkus, Abram I. Corr. 1915-1916.
10 11 Epstein, Henry. Corr. 1916-1927.
10 12 Epstein, Henry. Corr. 1928-1946.
10 13 Epstein, Henry. Corr. 1948-1961.
Box Folder
11 1 F, General.
11 2 Fadiman, Clifton. Corr. 1926-1929.
11 3 Fadiman, Clifton. Corr. 1930-1951.
11 4 Fechheimer, S. Marcus. 1915-1917.
11 5 Federation of Lithuanian Jews of America. Corr. 1928-1954.
11 6 Federation of Lithunanian Jews of America. Scrapbook (clippings). 1928-1929.
11 7 Feinberg, Abraham. Corr. 1928-1946.
11 8 Feinberg, Charles K. 1914-1916.
11 9 Feinberg, Louis. Corr; Proof. 1921-1949.
11 10 Feldman, Abraham. 1914-1916.
11 11 Feldman, Abraham. Corr. 1917-1921.
11 12 Feldman, Abraham. Corr. 1923-1958.
11 13 Fendel, Sam L. Corr. 1922-1924.
Box Folder
12 1 Finkelstein, Louis. Corr. 1922-1936.
12 2 Finkelstein, Louis. Corr. 1937-1939.
12 3 Finkelstein, Louis. Corr. 1940-1944.
12 4 Finkelstein, Louis. Corr. 1945-1949.
12 5 Finkelstein, Louis. Corr. 1950-1966.
12 6 Finley, John H. 1919-1920.
12 7 Food Administration. 1917.
Box Folder
13 1 Forman, Philip. Corr. 1936-1941.
13 2 Frank, Waldo. Corr. 1920-1925.
13 3 Frank, Waldo. Corr. 1926-1928.
13 4 Frank, Waldo. Corr. 1929-1948.
13 5 Frankel, Lee. Corr. 1914-1931.
13 6 Frankfurter, Felix. Corr. 1914-1932.
13 7 Frankfurter, Felix. Corr. 1933-1960.
13 8 Franklin, Leo M. Corr. 1920-1931.
13 9 Freehof, Solomon B. Corr. 1921-1930.
13 10 Freehof, Solomon B. Corr. 1931-1939.
13 11 Freehof, Solomon B. Corr. 1940-1947.
13 12 Freehof, Solomon B. Corr. 1948-1960.
Box Folder
14 1 Freud, Esti D. (Mrs. Sigmund). Mss. undated.
14 2 Friedlaender Memorial Conference; Friedlaender.
14 Educational Conference. Corr. 1920-1928.
14 3 Friedman, Elisha M. 1914-1918, undated.
14 4 Friedman, Lee M. Corr. 1922-1937.
14 5 Friedman, Lee M. Corr. 1938-1957.
14 6 Friedman, Lee M. Mss. Proof. 1933-1942.
14 7 G, General.
14 8 Gershwin, George. Letter. 17 September 1932.
14 9 Glueck, Nelson. Corr. 1921-1961.
14 10 Goldenson, Samuel H. Corr. 1943-1945.
14 11 Goldenweiser, Alexander. Corr. Mss. 1925.
14 12 Golding, Louis. Corr. 1938-1956, undated.
14 13 Goldman, Lawrence E. 1913.
14 14 Goldman, Solomon. Corr. 1920-1929.
14 15 Goldman, Solomon. Corr. 1930-1940.
14 16 Goldman, Solomon. Corr. 1941-1956.
Box Folder
15 1 Gordis, Robert. Corr. 1927-1941.
15 2 Gordis, Robert. Corr. 1942-1943.
15 3 Gordis, Robert. Corr. 1944-1946.
15 4 Gordis, Robert. Corr. 1947-1960.
15 5 Gordis, Robert. Mss. 1930-1949.
15 6 Gottheil, Richard J. H. Corr.1913-1915, undated.
15 7 Graham, Frank P. Corr. 1939-1949.
15 8 Greenberg, Simon. Corr. 1928-1950.
15 9 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. 1916-1924.
15 10 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. 1925-April 1928.
15 11 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. May 1928-1929.
15 12 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. January-15 April 1930.
Box Folder
16 1 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. April-16 June 1930.
16 2 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. July-December 1930.
16 3 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. January-May 1931.
16 4 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. June-October 1931.
16 5 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. November 1931-June 1932.
16 6 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. July 1932-April 1934.
16 7 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. May 1934-1939.
16 8 Greenman, Frederick. Corr. 1940-1959.
Box Folder
17 1 H, General.
17 2 Haas, Jacob de. Corr. 1915-1927.
17 3 Haas, Jacob de. Corr. 1928-1938.
17 4 Haas, Jacob de. Mss. 1927-1934, undated.
17 5 Hadas, Moses. Corr. 1926-1937.
17 6 Hadas, Moses. Corr. 1938-1940.
17 7 Hadas, Moses. Corr. 1941-1957.
17 8 Hadas, Moses. Corr. 1958-1961.
17 9 Hadas, Moses. Mss. 1936-1958, undated.
17 10 Halper, Albert. Corr. Mss. 1929-1933, undated.
17 11 Hamilton, Edith. Mss. undated.
17 12 Harris, Lee. Corr. 1920-1947.
17 13 Harris, Maurice. Corr. 1925-1930.
17 14 Hays, Arthur Garfield. Corr. 1948-1950.
Box Folder
18 1 Hebrew Union College. Corr. 1916-1949.
18 2 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. 1950-1961.
18 Corr. 1950-1961.
18 3 Heller, Bernard. Corr. 1918-1928.
18 4 Heller, Bernard. Corr. 1930-1938.
18 5 Heller, Bernard. Corr. 1939-1943.
18 6 Heller, Bernard. Corr; Mss. 1944-1949.
18 7 Heller, James. Corr. 1914-1936.
18 8 Heller, James. Corr. 1941-1952.
18 9 Heller, Max. Corr. 1913-1930.
18 10 Hellman, George S. Corr. 1916-October 1938.
18 11 Hellman, George S. Corr. November-December 1938.
18 12 Hellman, George S. Corr. 1939-1948.
18 13 Hellman, George S. Mss. 1922-1945.
Box Folder
19 1 Hillman, Sidney. Corr. 1929-1941.
[scattered]
19 2 Hirsch, Emil G. Corr. 1914-1917.
19 3 Hoffman, M. David. Corr. 1915-1916.
19 4 Hollender, Samuel S. Corr. 1953.
19 5 Holt, Henry. Corr. 1918.
19 6 Hook, Sidney. Corr. 1929-1940.
19 7 Hook, Sidney. Corr. 1941-1961.
19 8 Horvitz, Aaron. Corr. 1914-1918.
19 9 Horvitz, Samuel J. Corr. 1914-1917.
19 10 Hurwitz, Henry. Mss. 1913.
19 11 Hurwitz, Henry. Mss. 1918.
19 12 Hurwitz, Henry. Mss. 1953-1961, undated.
19 13 Hurwitz, Henry, Jr. Corr. 1936-1956.
19 14 Hurwitz, Henry, Jr. Corr. 1957-1961.
19 15 Hurwitz, Maxmillian. Corr. 1920-1925.
19 16 Hurwitz, Ruth Sapin. Mss; Nearprint. 1927-1961.
19 17 Hurwood, David. Corr. 1940-May 1945.
19 18 Hurwood, David. Corr. June 1945-1949, 1963.
19 19 Hyamson, Moses. Corr. 1913-1916.
Box Folder
20 1 I, General.
20 2 Intercollegiate Zionist Association of America.1916-1918.
20 3 Isaacs, Carol and Ella. Corr. 1942-1959.
20 4 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. 1916-1918.
20 5 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. 1919.
20 6 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. January-October 1920.
20 7 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. November 1920-January 1921.
20 8 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. February-September 1921.
20 9 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. October 1921-April 1922.
20 10 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. May-December 1922.
20 11 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. January-June 1923.
Box Folder
21 1 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. July 1923-December 1924.
21 2 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. January 1925-April 1926.
21 3 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. May 1926-December 1927.
21 4 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. 1928-1932.
21 5 Isaacs, Nathan. Corr. 1933-1943.
21 6 Isenburger, Eric. Corr. 1942-1948.
21 7 Israel (State of). Corr. 1952-1957.
21 8 Israel, Edward L. Corr. 1924-1941.
21 9 J, General.
21 10 Jabotinsky, Vladimir. Corr; Mss. 1928, 1929, undated.
21 11 Jacobs, Joseph. Corr. 1914-1916.
21 12 Jaffe, Oscar I. Corr. 1925-1937.
Box Folder
22 1 Janowsky, Oscar I. Corr. 1925-1937.
22 2 Janowsky, Oscar I. Corr. 1938-May 1943.
22 3 Janowsky, Oscar I. Corr. August 1943-1945.
22 4 Janowsky, Oscar I. Corr. 1946-1959.
22 5 Janowsky, Oscar I. Mss. 1934-1943.
22 6 Janowsky, Oscar I. Mss. 1946-1948, undated.
22 7 Javits, Jacob. Corr. 1954-1959.
22 8 Jewish Institute of Religion. Corr. 1923-1948.
22 9 Jewish Publication Society of America. 1913-1917.
22 10 Johnson, Alvin. Corr; Mss. 1933-1945.
22 11 Joint Distribution Committee. 1918-1945.
22 12 K, General.
22 13 Kahler, Erich. Corr; Mss. 1939-1946, undated.
22 14 Kahn, Julietta. Corr. 1922-1930.
Box Folder
23 1 Kallen, Horace M. Corr. 1913-1915.
23 2 Kallen, Horace M. Corr. 1916-1917.
23 3 Kallen, Horace M. Corr. 1918-1927.
23 4 Kallen, Horace M. Corr. 1928-1940.
23 5 Kallen, Horace M. Corr. April 1941-1951.
23 6 Kallen, Horace M. Corr. May 1951-1959.
23 7 Kallen, Horace M. Mss. 1932-1951.
23 8 Kaltenborn, H. V. Corr. 1954-1957.
23 9 Kantor, E.M. Corr. 1917-1920.
23 10 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1916-May 1929.
23 11 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. June 1929-March 1930.
23 12 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. April-May 1930.
Box Folder
24 1 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. June 1930-1931.
24 2 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1932-1934.
24 3 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1935.
24 4 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1936.
24 5 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1937.
24 6 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1938-1939.
24 7 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1940-1941.
24 8 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1942.
24 9 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1943-1944.
Box Folder
25 1 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1945-1946.
25 2 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1947.
25 3 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1948-1956.
25 4 Kaplan, Jacob J. Corr. 1957-1960.
25 5 Kaplan, Mordecai M. Corr. 1913-1926.
25 6 Kaplan, Mordecai M. Corr. 1927-1928.
25 7 Kaplan, Mordecai M. Corr. 1929-1931.
25 8 Kaplan, Mordecai M. Corr. 1932-1936.
Box Folder
26 1 Kaplan, Mordecai M. Corr. 1937-1958.
26 2 Kaplan, Mordecai M. Mss. 1920-1937, undated.
26 3 Kazis, Israel J. Corr. 1948.
26 4 Kirchway, Freda. Corr. 1926-1928.
26 5 Klutznick, Philip M. Corr. 1954.
26 6 Knox, Israel. Letter; Mss. undated.
26 7 Kohler, Kaufmann. Corr. 1914-1926.
26 8 Kohler, Max J. Corr. 1916-1936.
26 9 Kohn, Hans. Corr. 1923-1934.
26 10 Kohn, Hans. Corr. 1935-1938.
26 11 Kohn, Hans. Corr. 1939-1942.
26 12 Kohn, Hans. Corr. 1943-1945.
26 13 Kohn, Hans. Corr. 1946-1954.
Box Folder
27 1 Kohn, Hans. Corr. 1956-1958.
27 2 Kohn, Hans. Corr. 1959-1961.
27 3 Kohn, Hans. Mss. 1929.
27 4 Kohn, Hans. Mss. 1935-1949, undated.
27 5 Kohut, George A. Corr. 1915-1917.
27 6 Kohut, George A. Corr. 1918-1927.
27 7 Kohut, George A. Corr. 1928-1933.
27 8 Kohut, Rebekah. Corr. 1924-1940.
Box Folder
28 1 Korn, Bertram W. Corr. 1940-1951.
28 2 Korn, Bertram W. Corr. 1952-1961.
28 3 Kraike, Michel W. Corr. 1930-1931.
28 4 Kramer, Simon G. Corr. 1949.
28 5 Krasnow, Peter. Corr. 1924-1925.
28 6 Krass, Nathan. Corr. 1917-1948.
28 7 Kroll, Leon. Corr. 1927-1942.
28 8 Kupperman, Leon. Corr; Mss. 1929-1930.
28 9 L, General.
28 10 Landsberger, Franz. Corr; Mss. 1940-1953.
28 11 Lasker, Loula D. Corr. 1928-1952.
[scattered]
28 12 Lauterbach, Jacob Z. Corr. 1923-1924.
28 13 Lazaron, Morris. Corr. 1922-1941.
28 14 Lazaron, Morris. Corr. 1942-1953.
28 15 Lazaron, Morris. Corr. 1954-1961.
28 16 Lebeson, Anita Libman. Corr. 1933-1953.
28 17 Leftwich, Joseph. Corr. 1949-1951.
28 18 Leftwich, Joseph. Corr. 1952.
Box Folder
29 1 Leftwich, Joseph. Corr. 1953-1961.
29 2 Leftwich, Joseph. Mss. 1952, undated.
29 3 Lehman, Arthur. Corr. 1922-1939.
29 4 Lehman, Herbert. Corr. 1916-1930.
29 5 Lehman, Herbert. Corr. 1932-1947.
29 6 Lehman, Herbert. Corr. 1948-1962.
29 7 Lehman, Irving. Corr. 1913-1916.
29 8 Lehman, Irving. Corr. 1917-1919.
29 9 Lehman, Irving. Corr. 1920-1922.
29 10 Lehman, Irving. Corr. 1923-1926.
29 11 Lehman, Irving. Corr. 1927-1930.
29 12 Lehman, Irving. Corr. 1931-1937.
Box Folder
30 1 Lehman, Irving. Corr. 1938-1951.
30 2 Leiser, Joseph. Corr. 1918-1921.
30 3 Lemann, Monte M. Corr. 1915-1919.
30 4 Lemann, Monte M. Corr. 1947-1954.
30 5 Lemann, Monte M. Corr. 1955-1961.
30 6 Lesser, Allen. Corr. 1936-1939.
30 7 Lesser, Allen. Corr. 1940-1947.
30 8 Lesser, Allen. Corr. 1948-1961.
30 9 Lesser, Allen. Mss. 1936-1943.
30 10 Lesser, Allen. Mss. 1945-1949.
30 11 Lesser, Allen. Mss. 1948-1951, undated.
Box Folder
31 1 Lestschinsky, Jacob. Corr. 1931-1942.
31 2 Lestschinsky, Jacob. Mss. 1931, 1941, undated.
31 3 Levi-Mordeki, Rebekah. Corr; Mss. 1938-1940.
31 4 Levin, Isadore. Corr. 1915.
31 5-6 Levinson, Benjamin. [First Vice President]. Corr. 1916-1917.
31 7 Levitsky, Louis M. Corr., Mss. 1930-1945.
31 8 Levy, Beryl H. Corr. 1936-1940.
31 9 Levy, J. Leonard. Corr. 1916-1917.
31 10 Levy, Melvin P. Corr. 1929-1932, undated.
31 11 Lewisohn, Ludwig. Corr. 1915-1940.
31 12 Lewisohn, Sam A. Corr. 1920-1930.
31 13 Lewittes, Mordecai H. Corr. 1935-1937.
31 14 Libman, Emanuel. Corr. 1933-1944.
31 15 Liebovitz, David. Corr. 1927-1933.
31 16 Liepman, Heinz. Corr. Galley proof. 1939-1959.
31 17 Lillienthal, David E. Corr; Address; Excerpts. 1947-1949.
31 18 Lippman, Walter. Corr. 1915-1949.
31 19 Lips, Eva. Corr. 1941-1942.
31 20 Lipsky, Louis. Corr. 1913-1940.
31 21 Lipson, Isaac B. Corr. 1915-1917.
31 22 Liptzin, Sol. Corr. 1949-1957.
31 23 Littauer, Lucius N. Corr. 1924-April 1928.
31 24 Littauer, Lucius N. Corr. May 1928-1929.
31 25 Littauer, Lucius N. Corr. 1930.
Box Folder
32 1 Littauer, Lucius N. Corr. 1931-1933.
32 2 Littauer, Lucius N. Corr. 1934-1944.
32 3-7 Littauer, Lucius N. Foundation. Corr. 1945-1965.
32 8 Litvinoff, Emanuel. Corr. 1950-1952.
32 9 London, Hannah. Corr. 1950-1952.
32 10 Lowdermilk, Walter O. Corr; Mss. 1941-1943.
32 11 Lowell, Benjamin B. Corr. 1949.
32 12 Lowenthal, Marvin. Corr. 1914-1916.
32 13 Lowenthal, Marvin. Corr. 1922-March 1925.
32 14 Lowenthal, Marvin. Corr. April 1925-June 1926.
32 15 Lowenthal, Marvin. Corr. July 1926-1929.
Box Folder
33 1 Lowenthal, Marvin. Corr. 1930-June 1932.
33 2 Lowenthal, Marvin. Corr. August 1932-August 1936.
33 3 Lowenthal, Marvin. Corr. October 1936-January 1940.
33 4 Lowenthal, Marvin. Corr. March 1940-1944.
33 5 Lowenthal, Marvin. Corr. 1945-1961.
33 6 Lowenthal, Marvin. Photos; Mss. 1925, 1940, undated.
33 7 Lowenthal, Max. Clippings; Corr. 1930-1960.
[scattered]
33 8 Lubin, David. Corr. 1916-1920.
33 9 Lubin, Isador. Corr. 1917-1923.
33 10 Lubin, Isador. Corr; Nearprint. 1924-1960.
33 11 Lyon, Norman M. [Treasurer]. Corr. 1915-1916.
33 12 Lyons, Alexander. Corr. 1915-1919.
33 13 M, General.
33 14 Macht, David I. Corr. 1919-1946.
33 15 Mack, Jacob. Corr. 1928-1930.
33 16 Mack, Julian. Corr. 1913-1920.
33 17 Mack, Julian. Corr. 1921-1927.
33 18 Mack, Julian. Corr. 1928-1943.
33 19 Mack, William J. Corr. 1913-1915.
33 20 McWilliams, Carey. Corr. 1948.
33 21 Madison, Charles A. Corr. 1937-1938.
33 22 Madrassi, Lucien. Mss. 1946.
33 23 Magnes, Judah L. Corr. 1913-1920.
Box Folder
34 1 Magnes, Judah L. Corr. 1921-1949.
34 2 Magnes, Rosalind. [Vice-President]. Corr. 1915-1916, undated.
34 3 Magnin, Edgar F. Corr. 1928-1959.
34 4 Malkenson, Arthur. Corr. 1923-1947.
34 5 Malmed, A.T. Corr. 1928-1941.
34 6 Mann, Jacob. Corr; Mss. 1921-1923.
34 7 Mann, Klaus. Corr. 1942.
34 8 Mann, Leon. Corr. 1926-1943.
34 9 Mann, Lewis L. Corr. 1922-1953.
34 10 Marcus, Jacob R. Corr. 1921-1950.
34 11 Marcus, Jacob R. Corr. 1951-1961.
34 12 Marcus, L. Corr. 1913-1934.
34 13 Marcus, Ralph. Corr. 1928-1945.
34 14 Margolis, Evelyn A. (Mrs. May L.) Corr. 1921-1959.
34 15 Margolis, Max L. Corr. 1913-1917.
34 16 Margolis, Max L. Corr; Mss. 1918-1924, undated.
34 17 Margulies, Joseph. Corr. 1930-1944.
34 18 Mark, Julius. Corr. 1954-1958.
34 19 Marshall, James. Corr. Mss. 1927-1946.
34 20 Marshall, Louis. Corr. 1913-1924.
34 21 Marx, Alexander. Corr; Mss. 1926-1942.
34 22 Marx, Hugo. Corr; Mss. 1945, undated.
34 23 Mattuck, Israel. Corr. 1921-1930.
34 24 Matz, Israel. Corr. 1943-1958.
34 25 Max-Nordau, Anna. Corr. 1942-1944.
34 26 May, Mitchell. Corr. 1924-1947.
34 27 Mayersburg, Samuel. Corr. 1926-1940, undated.
34 28 Medalie, George Z. Corr. 1931-1938.
34 29 Melamed, S.M. Corr; Mss. 1922.
34 30 Mendelsohn, Eric. Corr; Mss. 1942-1948, undated.
34 31 Mendes, H. Pereira. Corr; Mss. 1914-1935.
34 32 Mendow, Hyman Z. Corr. 1917-1919.
34 33 Mencken, H. L. Corr. 1916-1924.
34 34 Menkes, Sigmund. Corr. 1942-1944.
34 35 Merritt, Max J. Corr. 1923-1943.
Box Folder
35 1 Meyer, Eugene. Corr. 1918-1956.
[scattered]
35 2 Meyer, Isadore. Corr. 1932-1937.
35 3 Meyer, Isadore. Corr. 1938-1961.
35 4 Meyer, Isadore. Mss. 1935-1937.
35 5 Meyer, Isadore. Mss. 1937-1939, undated.
35 6 Meyerowitz, William. Corr. 1939-1961.
35 7 Michael, Jerome. Corr. 1934-1947.
35 8 Mielziner, Leo. Corr. 1917-1931.
35 9 Miller, Irving. Corr. 1936-1951.
35 10 Miller, J.K. [Treasurer]. Corr. 1914-1916.
35 11 Miller, Lewis I. Corr; Clippings. 1937-1955.
35 12 Miller, Lucille B. Corr. 1931-1937.
35 13 Minda, Albert G. Corr. 1923-1942.
[scattered]
35 14 Minkin, Jacob S. Corr. 1915-1945.
35 15 Mischkind, Louis A. Corr; Mss. 1922-1929, undated.
35 16 Mock, Hugo. Corr. 1944-1955.
35 17 Monheimer, Melville. Corr. 1914-1916.
35 18 Monsky, Henry. Corr; Address; Text. 1938-1943.
Box Folder
36 1 Montefiore, Claude G. Corr. 1915-1951, undated.
36 2 Monteser, Theodor. Corr; Mss. 1939, undated.
36 3 Moore, George Foot. Corr; Mss. 1921-1927.
36 4 Morgenstern, Julian. Corr. 1915-1921.
36 5 Morgenstern, Julian. Corr. 1922-1951.
36 6 Morgenthau, Henry, Jr. Corr. 1914-1949.
36 7 Morris, Charles W. Corr. 1925-1942.
36 8 Morris, Richard B. Corr. 1946-1961.
36 9 Morrow, Felix. Corr; Mss. 1929-1932, undated.
36 10 Morse, Josiah. Corr; Mss. 1922-1940.
36 11 Morse, Wayne. Corr. 1953.
36 12 Moyer, Henry S. Corr. 1949-1960.
36 13 Mumford, Lewis. Corr. 1921-1935.
36 14 Mumford, Lewis. Corr. 1936-1961.
36 15 Mumford, Lewis. Mss. 1922, undated.
36 16 Myerson, Abraham. Corr. 1923-1935.
Box Folder
37 1 N, General.
37 2 Nadler, Marcus. Corr. 1939-1951.
37 3 Nathan, Edgar. Corr. 1923-1943.
37 4 Nathan, Robert. Corr. 1925-1952.
37 5 National Refugee Service. Corr. 1939-1942.
37 6 Nettl, Paul. Corr; Mss. 1941-1945.
37 7 Neuman, Abraham A. Corr. 1913-1928.
37 8 Neumann, Emanuel. Corr. 1929-1955.
37 9 Neumann, Henry. Corr. 1928-1936.
37 10 Neumark, David. Corr. 1914-1921.
37 11 Newfield, Morris. Corr. 1922-1940.
37 12 Newman, Elias. Corr; Copies of Paintings. 1931-1949.
37 13 Newman, Louis Israel. 1915-1917.
37 14 Newman, Louis Israel. Corr. 1918-1921.
37 15 Newman, Louis Israel. Corr. 1922-1924.
37 16 Newman, Louis Israel. Corr. 1925-1927.
37 17 Newman, Louis Israel. Corr. 1928-1930.
37 18 Newman, Louis Israel. Corr. 1931-1937.
Box Folder
38 1 Newman, Louis Israel. Corr. 1938-1945.
38 2 Newman, Louis Israel. Corr. 1946-1959.
38 3 Newman, Louis Israel. Mss. 1916-1929, undated.
38 4 Nieder, Mandel. Corr. 1915-1937.
38 5 Nordau, Max. Corr; Mss. 1915-1917.
38 6 Norman, Edward A. Corr. 1934-1941.
38 7 Noveck, Simon. Corr. 1959.
38 8 O, General.
38 9 Obermann, Julian. Corr; Mss. 1926-1930, undated.
38 10 Oelsner, Toni. Corr. 1941-1960.
38 11 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. 1915-May 1918.
38 12 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. May 1918-April 1919.
38 13 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. May-September 1919.
38 14 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. October-December 1919.
Box Folder
39 1 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. January-June 1920.
39 2 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. July-November 1920.
39 3 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. December 1920-April 1921.
39 4 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. May-October 1921.
39 5 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. November 1921-February 1922.
39 6 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. March-August 1922.
39 7 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. September 1922-January 1923.
39 8 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. February-May 1923.
Box Folder
40 1 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. June-November 1923.
40 2 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. 1924-February 1925.
40 3 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. March-September 1925.
40 4 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. October 1925-August 1926.
40 5 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. September-December 1926.
40 6 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. 1927-1928.
40 7 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. 1929.
40 8 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. 1930.
40 9 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. 1931-1933.
Box Folder
41 1 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. 1934-1938.
41 2 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. 1939.
41 3 Oko, Adolph S. Corr. 1940-1944.
41 4 Oko, Adolph S. Mss. 1918-1942, undated.
41 5 Opatoshu, Joseph. Corr; Mss. 1923-1943.
41 6 Oppenheimer, Francis J. Corr. 1938.
41 7 Orloff, Chana. Corr. 1929-1947.
41 8 Ormont, Louis R. Corr; Mss. 1947-1948.
41 9 Ott, Lillian. Corr; Mss. 1943-1946.
41 10 P, General.
41 11 Padway, Joseph A. Corr. 1943-1946.
41 12 Papiroff, Stella. Corr; Mss. 1934.
41 13 Patai, Raphael. Corr; Mss. 1948-1950.
41 14 Pekarsky, Maurice B. Corr; Mss. 1941-1946.
41 15 Perles, Felix. Corr; Mss. 1921-1923.
41 16 Perlman, Nathan D. Corr; Statements by. 1924-1946.
41 17 Perlman, Selig. Corr. 1933-1952.
Box Folder
42 1 Perskie, Joseph. Corr. 1932-1946.
42 2 Petegorsky, David. Corr. 1947-1951.
42 3 Petuchowski, Jacob J. Corr. 1955-1960.
42 4 Peyser, Julius I. Corr. 1915-1917.
42 5 Philipson, David. Corr. 1913-1949.
42 6 Philipson, David. Clippings; Nearprint. 1938-1949.
42 7 Pilchik, Eli E. Corr. 1943-1955.
42 8 Pinson, Hilda. Corr; Mss. 1945-1949.
42 9 Pinson, Koppel S. Corr. 1936-1958.
42 10 Pinson, Koppel S. Mss. 1936-1940.
42 11 Pitman, Sarah. Mss. 1938, undated.
42 12 Podell, David L. Corr. 1926-1936.
42 13 Polier, David S. Corr. 1923-1928.
42 14 Pollack, J. H. Corr. 1940-1941.
42 15 Pool, David de Sola. Corr. 1914-1923.
42 16 Pool, David de Sola. Corr. 1924-1927.
42 16 Pool, David de Sola. Corr. 1928-1935.
Box Folder
43 1 Pool, David de Sola. Corr. 1936-1942.
43 2 Pool, David de Sola. Corr. 1943-1946.
43 3 Pool, David de Sola. Corr. 1947-1961.
43 4 Pool, David de Sola. Mss. 1932-1943.
43 5 Popper, William. Corr. 1918-1921.
43 6 Popper, William C. Corr. 1920-1921.
43 7 Posner, Louis L. Corr. 1924-1942.
43 8 Postal, Bernard. Corr. 1930-1951.
43 9 Pound, Roscoe. Corr; Mss. 1927-1939, undated.
43 10 Pouzzner, Benjamin S. [Business Manager]. Corr. 1914-1915.
43 11 Priwer, Esther. Corr. 1938.
43 12 Proskauer, Joseph M. Corr. 1916-1918.
43 13 Proskauer, Joseph M. Corr.1919.
43 14 Proskauer, Joseph M. Corr. 1920-1924.
43 15 Proskauer, Joseph M. Corr. 1925-March 1930.
43 16 Proskauer, Joseph M. Corr. April 1930-1936.
43 17 Proskauer, Joseph M. Corr. 1937-1939.
Box Folder
44 1 Proskauer, Joseph M. Corr. 1940-1941.
44 2 Proskauer, Joseph M. Corr. 1942-1944.
44 3 Proskauer, Joseph M. Corr. 1945-1955.
44 4 Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs. Corr. 1914-1915.
44 5 Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs [Zionist Pledge]. 1915.
44 6 R, General.
44 7 Rabi, Isidore I. Corr. 1944-1950.
44 8 Rabinavicius, Henrikas. Corr. 1928-1948.
44 9 Rabinowicz, Oskar K. Mss. undated.
44 10 Rabinowitz, Isaac. Corr. 1940-1955.
44 11 Rackman, Emanuel. Corr. 1949-May 1951.
44 12 Rackman, Emanuel. Corr. June 1951-1959.
44 13 Rackman, Emanuel. Mss. 1951, undated.
44 14 Raddock, Charles. Corr; Mss. 1936-1948.
44 15 Radin, Max. Corr; Mss. 1936-1948.
44 16 Radin, Max. Corr. 1930-1950.
44 17 Radin, Max. Mss. 1932-1941.
Box Folder
45 1 Raisin, Max. Corr. 1917-1930.
45 2 Raphals, Victor. Corr. 1953-1961.
45 3 Rappoport, Israel B. Corr. 1944-1945.
45 4 Rauch, Joseph. Corr; Mss. 1917-1951.
45 5 Ravage, Marcus. Corr. 1918-1935.
45 6 The Reconstructionist. Corr. 1952-1960.
45 7 Reefer, M.C. 1916.
45 8 Reich, Nathan. Corr. 1921-1944.
45 9 Reich, Nathan. Mss. 1929-1944, undated.
45 10 Reichert, Irving F. Corr. 1930-1931.
45 11 Reichert, Irving F. Corr. 1931-1937.
45 12 Reichert, Irving F. Corr. 1938-1939.
45 13 Reichert, Irving F. Corr. 1940-1943.
45 14 Reichert, Irving F. Corr. 1944-1947.
Box Folder
46 1 Reichert, Irving F. Corr. 1948-1957.
46 2 Reichert, Victor. Corr. 1929-1961.
46 3 Reis, Bernard J. [Treasurer]. Corr. 1916-1917.
46 4 Reiss, Lionel S. Corr. 1925-1958.
46 5 Ress, Charles. Corr. 1925-1934.
46 6 Revutzky, Abraham. Corr; Mss. 1929-1936, undated.
46 7 Reznikoff, Charles. Corr. 1923-1934.
46 8 Reznikoff, Charles. Corr. 1935-1941.
46 9 Reznikoff, Charles. Corr. 1942-1959.
46 10 Reznikoff, Charles. Mss. 1929-1940.
46 11 Reznikoff, Charles. Mss. 1941-1948, undated.
Box Folder
47 1 Ribalow, Harold. Corr; Mss. 1946-1950.
47 2 Richards, Bernard G. Corr. 1945-1959.
47 3 Riegelman, Harold. Corr. 1929-1952.
47 4 Rifkind, Simon H. Corr. 1938-1945.
47 5 Rivera, Diego. Corr. 1938-1945.
47 6 Roback, A. A. Corr. 1915-1918.
47 7 Robbin, Edward. Corr; Mss. 1928-1931, undated.
47 8 Robin, Max. Corr. 1923-1933.
47 9 Robinson, Benjamin. Corr. 1918-1919.
47 10 Roditi, Edouard. Corr. 1938-1954.
47 11 Romano, Emanuel. Corr. 1948-1951.
47 12 Romanoff, Paul. Corr; Mss. 1933-1941.
47 13 Rongy, A.J. Corr. 1926-1936.
47 14 Roosevelt, Eleanor. Corr; Clippings. 1926-1952.
47 15 Rose, David A. Corr. 1948.
47 16 Rosenberg, Adolph. Corr. 1924-1943.
47 17 Rosenberg, James N. Corr. 1916-1922.
47 18 Rosenberg, James N. Corr. 1923-October 1943.
47 19 Rosenberg, James N. Corr. November 1943-March 1944.
47 20 Rosenberg, James N. Corr. April 1944-1946.
Box Folder
48 1 Rosenberg, James N. Corr. 1947-1950.
48 2 Rosenberg, James N. Corr. January-October 1951.
48 3 Rosenberg, James N. Corr. November 1951-March 1952.
48 4 Rosenberg, James N. Corr. April 1952-1955.
48 5 Rosenberg, James N. Corr. 1956-1961.
48 6 Rosenberg, James N. Mss. 1951.
48 7 Rosenblatt, Bernard. Corr. 1914-1938.
48 8 Rosenblum, David. Corr. 1923-1942.
48 9 Rosenblum, David. Corr. 1932-1955.
48 10 Rosengarten, Isaac. Corr. 1924-1961.
48 11 Rosenman, Samuel. Corr. 1937-1939.
48 12 Rosenstein, David. Corr. 1945-1954.
48 13 Rosenthal, Henry M. Corr; Mss. 1940-1953, undated.
48 14 Rosenwald, Julius. Corr. 1913-1932.
48 15 Rosenwald, Julius II. Corr. 1953-1957.
Box Folder
49 1 Rosenwald, Lessing. Corr. 1917-1946.
49 2 Rosenwald, Lessing. Corr. 1947-April 1950.
49 3 Rosenwald, Lessing. Corr. May 1950-1952.
49 4 Rosenwald, Lessing. Corr. 1953-June 1954.
49 5 Rosenwald, Lessing. Corr. August 1954-May 1956.
49 6 Rosenwald, Lessing. Corr. June 1956-April 1958.
49 7 Rosenwald, Lessing. Corr. May 1958-June 1959.
49 8 Rosenwald, Lessing. Corr. July 1959-1960.
49 9 Rosenwald, Lessing. Corr. January-September 1961.
Box Folder
50 1 Rosenwald, William. Corr. 1936-1940.
50 2 Rossi, Mario. Corr. 1946.
50 3 Roth, Cecil. Corr. 1926-March 1929.
50 4 Roth, Cecil. Corr. April 1929-1931.
50 5 Roth, Cecil. Corr. 1932-1937.
50 6 Roth, Cecil. Corr. 1940-1953.
50 7 Roth, Cecil. Corr. 1954-1961.
50 8 Roth, Cecil. Mss. 1927-1935.
50 9 Roth, Cecil. Mss. 1940-1959, undated.
50 10 Rothschild, Richard C. Corr. 1936-1939.
50 11 Rothschild, V. Sydney. Corr; Mss. 1920-1921.
50 12 Rubinow, I.M. Corr. 1926-1934.
50 13 Rypins, Stanley. Corr; Mss. 1930-1960.
Box Folder
51 1 S, General.
51 2 Sachar, Abram Leon. Corr. 1920-1928.
51 3 Sachar, Abram Leon. Corr. 1929-1934.
51 4 Sachar, Abram Leon. Corr. 1935-1940.
51 5 Sachar, Abram Leon. Corr. 1941-1945.
51 6 Sachs, Alexander. Corr. 1915-1945.
51 7 Saminsky, Lazare. Corr; Mss. 1924-1935.
51 8 Sampter, Jessie E. Corr. 1914-1915.
51 9 Samuel, Edwin. Corr; Mss. 1928-1932.
51 10 Samuel, Maurice. Corr. 1917-1926.
51 11 Samuel, Maurice. Corr. 1927-1928.
51 12 Samuel, Maurice. Corr. 1929-1960.
51 13 Samuel, Ralph. Corr. 1945.
Box Folder
52 1 Sapir, Edward. Corr; Mss. 1923-1935.
52 2 Sapiro, Aaron. Corr. 1927-1933.
52 3 Sapiro, Milton D. [Vice-President]. 1914-1915.
52 4 Sarnoff, David. Corr. 1939-1940.
52 5 Satz, David. Corr. 1928-1935.
52 6 Schack, William. Corr; Mss. 1924-1930, undated.
52 7 Schaffer, Aaron. Corr. 1915-1919.
52 8 Schapiro, J. Salwyn. Corr. 1915-1944, undated.
52 9 Shary, Dore. Corr. 1949-1956.
52 10 Schechter, Frank. Corr. 1913-1937.
52 11 Schechter, Solomon. Corr. 1912-1921.
52 12 Schiff, Jacob H. Corr; Mss. 1914-1917.
52 13 Schiff, John. Corr. 1916-1931.
52 14 Schiff, Mortimer. Corr. 1916-1931.
52 15 Schiff, Theresa. Corr. 1921-1933.
52 16 Schneider, Isidore. Corr; Mss. 1928-1933, undated.
52 17 Schneiderman, Harry. Corr; Mss. 1918-1955.
52 18 Schneps, Maurice. Corr; Mss. 1940-1949.
52 19 Schulman, Samuel. Corr. 1913-1940.
52 20 Schultz, Benjamin. Corr. 1947.
52 21 Schwab, Julian and Rosalind. Corr. 1945-1959.
52 22 Schwarz, Emmanuel. Corr. 1917-1927.
Box Folder
53 1 Schwarz, Leo. Corr. 1926-1934.
53 2 Schwarz, Leo. Corr. 1935-1936.
53 3 Schwarz, Leo. Corr. 1937-1940.
53 4 Schwarz, Leo. Corr. 1941-May 1943.
53 5 Schwarz, Leo. Corr. June 1943-1949.
53 6 Schwarz, Leo. Corr. 1951-1957.
53 7 Schwarz, Leo. Corr. 1958-1961, undated.
53 8 Schwarz, Leo. Mss; Proofs. 1939-1957, undated.
53 9 Schwarzchild, Steven S. Corr. 1951-1959.
53 10 Schwarzchild, Steven S. Mss. 1952-1953.
Box Folder
54 1 Seasongood, Murray. Corr. 1929-1949.
54 2 Seaver, Edwin. Corr; Mss. 1922-1958.
54 3 Segal, Alfred. Corr. 1931-1949.
54 4 Segal, Samuel. Corr. 1937-1953.
54 5 Selekman, Ben M. Corr; Mss. 1923-1954.
54 6 Selig, Lester N. Corr. 1949-1951.
54 7 Selig, Lester N. Corr. 1952-November 1953.
54 8 Selig, Lester N. Corr. December 1953-1954.
54 9 Selig, Lester N. Corr. 1955-1957.
54 10 Selig, Lester N. Corr. 1958.
54 11 Selig, Lester N. Corr. 1959.
54 12 Seligman, Arthur. Corr. 1930-1933.
54 13 Seligman, Herbert J. Corr; Mss. 1928, undated.
54 14 Seman, Philip L. Corr. 1931-1942.
54 15 Senior, James K. Corr. 1929-1959.
54 16 Shankman, Jacob K. Corr. 1937-1959.
Box Folder
55 1 Shapiro, David. Corr. 1923-1939.
55 2 Shapiro, Henry. Corr. 1932-1939.
55 3 Shafman, I. Leo. Corr. 1913-1914.
55 4 Sharfman, I. Leo. Corr. 1915.
55 5-6 Sharfman, I. Leo. Corr. 1916.
55 7 Sharfman, I. Leo. Corr. 1917-1919.
55 8 Sharfman, I. Leo. Corr. 1920-1948.
55 9 Sheffer, Harry. Corr. 1913-1954.
55 10 Sher, David. Corr. 1944-1947.
55 11 Shientag, Bernard. Corr; Mss. Proof. 1946-1947.
55 12 Shroder, William J. Corr. 1928-1937.
55 13 Shubow, Joseph S. Corr. 1928-1959.
55 14 Shuster, Zachariah. Corr; Mss. 1927-1952, undated.
55 15 Siegel, Hannah. Corr. 1923-1949.
55 16 Silber, Mendel. Corr. 1915-1917.
55 17 Silberschlag, Eisig. Corr. 1942-1945.
Box Folder
56 1 Silver, Abba Hillel. Corr. 1917-1926.
56 2 Silver, Abba Hillel. Corr. 1924-1949.
56 3 Silverman, Louis. Corr. 1922-1945.
56 4 Silverman, William. Corr. 1948-1949.
56 5 Simon, Abram. Corr. 1924-1929.
56 6 Simons, John. Corr. 1924-1940.
56 7 Simonson, Lee. Corr. 1922-1940.
56 8 Singer, Isidore. Corr; Mss. 1917-1928.
56 9 Singer, Jacob. Corr. 1917-1958.
56 10 Singer, Richard E. Corr. 1958-1960.
56 11 Slawson, John. Corr. 1944-1954.
56 12 Slesinger, Tess. Corr; Mss. 1930-1934, undated.
56 13 Slomovitz, Philip. Corr. 1924-1953.
56 14 Slonimsky, Henry. Corr. 1919-1926.
56 15 Sloss, Max C. Corr. 1916-1920.
56 16 Smertenko, Johan. Corr. 1924-1942.
56 17 Snellburg, Harry, Jr. Corr. 1957-1960.
56 18 Snyder, Louis L. Corr. 1933-1952.
56 19 Sokolsky, George E. Corr. 1922-1935.
56 20 Solis-Cohen, J. Jr. Corr. 1935-1942.
56 21 Solow, Herbert. Corr; Mss. 1930-1941, undated.
56 22 Soref, Harold. Corr. 1953-1960.
56 23 Spicehandler, Ezra. Corr. 1957-1958.
56 24 Starr, Harry. Mss; Clippings. 1922-1929, undated.
56 25 Starr, Harry Corr. 1921-1935.
56 26 Steinberg, Milton. Corr; Mss. 1933-1950.
56 27 Steinbrink, Meier. Corr. 1924-1942.
56 28 Steinhardt, Maxwell. Corr. 1924-1942.
56 29 Stern, Edgar and Edith. Corr. 1959-1961.
56 30 Stern, Horace. Corr. 1921-1959.
Box Folder
57 1 Sternheim, Emmanuel. Corr. 1918-1920.
57 2 Steuer, Max D. Corr. 1918-1930.
57 3 Stone, Elihu. Corr. 1939-1951.
57 4 Straus, Aaron. Corr. 1956-1957.
57 5 Straus, Nathan. Corr. 1917-1928.
57 6 Straus, Nathan, Jr. Corr. 1916-1957.
57 7 Straus, Oscar S. 1914-1917.
57 8 Straus, Roger W. Corr. 1921-1937.
57 9 Straus, Roger W. Jr. Corr. 1951-1958.
57 10 Straus, S.W. Corr. 1917-1921.
57 11 Strauss, Lewis L. Corr. 1929-1955.
57 12 Strauss, Samuel [Treasurer]. 1913-1919.
57 13 Strook, Alan M. Corr. 1942.
57 14 Strook, Solomon M. Corr. 1918-1941.
57 15 Stybel, Abraham J. Corr. 1943-1946.
57 16 Sulzberger, Arthur Hays. Corr. 1924-1953.
57 17 Sulzberger, Arthur Hays. Corr. 1954-1961.
57 18 Sulzberger, Cyrus Leo. Corr. 1934.
57 19 Sulzberger, Cyrus Leopold. Corr. 1920-1931.
57 20 Sulzberger, Mayer. Corr. 1913-1923.
57 21 Sulzberger, Myron. Corr. 1924-1935.
57 22 Sussman, Leonard. Corr. 1950-1960.
57 23 Sussman, Samuel [Secretary]. 1916.
57 24 Sweedler, Nathan. Corr. 1925-1936.
57 25 Syrkin, Marie. Corr. 1923-1944.
57 26 Szold, Henrietta. Corr. 1913-1924.
57 27 Szyk, Arthur. Corr. 1941-1955.
57 28 T, General.
57 29 Teller, Chester J. Corr. 1918-1919.
57 30 Thomas, Norman. Corr. 1919-1920.
57 31 Thurman, Israel N. Corr. 1913-1955.
57 32 Thurman, Samuel. Corr. 1917-1939.
Box Folder
58 1 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. 1945-1947.
58 2 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. 1948.
58 3 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. January-July 1949.
58 4 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. August 1949-December 1950.
58 5 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. 1951.
58 6 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. 1952.
58 7 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. 1953-May 1954.
58 8 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. September 1954-November 1955.
58 9 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. December 1955-May 1956.
58 10 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. June-December 1956.
Box Folder
59 1 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. January-October 1957.
59 2 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. November 1957-April 1958.
59 3 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. May-December 1958.
59 4 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. January-May 1959.
59 5 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. June-October 1959.
59 6 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. November 1959-March 1960.
59 7 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. April-July 1960.
59 8 Tonkon, I. Edward. Corr. August 1960-1961.
59 9 Trachtenberg, Joshua. Corr. 1938-1945.
59 10 Trilling, Lionel. Corr. 1924-1929.
Box Folder
60 1 Trilling, Lionel. Corr. 1930-1961.
60 2 Trilling, Lionel. Mss. undated.
60 3 Tucker, Sophie. Corr. 1950-1958.
60 4 Tulin, Abraham. Corr. 1925-1951.
60 5 U, General.
60 6 Ullman, Adolph and Mary. 1946-1957.
60 7 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 1905-1922.
60 8 U.S.State Department. Corr. 1942-1954.
60 9 University Zionist Society. 1915-1916.
60 10 Untermayer-Raymer, Max. Corr. 1936-1939.
60 11 Untermayer, Louis. Corr; Mss. 1916-1939.
60 12 Vinnisky, Bernard W. [Business Manager]. Corr. 1913-1914.
60 13 Vogelstein, Ludwig. Corr. 1918-1932, undated.
60 14 W, General.
60 15 Waksman, Selman A. Corr. 1952.
60 16 Waldheim, Aaron. Corr. 1922-1938.
60 17 Waldman, Morris D. Corr. 1917-1936.
60 18 Walkowitz, Abraham. Corr. 1942-1950.
60 19 Wallack, Sidney W. Corr. 1922-1960.
60 20 Warburg, Felix M. Corr. 1913-1921.
60 21 Warburg, Felix M. Corr. 1922-1946.
60 22 Warburg, Freida Schiff. Corr. 1917-1959.
60 23 Warburg, James P. Corr. 1934-1960.
60 24 Waterman, Edmond. Corr. 1946-1956.
60 25 Watman, Meyer. Corr. 1951.
60 26 Weber, Max. Corr. 1932-1937.
Box Folder
61 1 Weber, Max. Corr. 1938-1961.
61 2 Wechsberg, Joseph. Corr; Mss. 1941-1943.
61 3 Wechsler, Israel S. Corr; Mss. 1924-1949.
61 4 Weil, Frank L. Corr. 1945-1954.
61 5 Weinstein, Jacob J. Corr. 1923-1943.
61 6 Weinstein, Jacob J. Corr; Mss. 1944-1959.
61 7 Weinstein, Lewis. Corr. 1926-1961.
61 8 Weisgal, Meyer. Corr; Mss. 1925-1954.
61 9 Weiss-Rosmarin, Trude. Corr. 1932-1961.
61 10 Weiss-Rosmarin, Trude. Mss. 1932-1944, undated.
61 11 Weitzner, Emil. Corr. 1939-1961.
61 12 Weizman, Chaim. Corr. 1940-1954.
61 13 Weltsch, Robert. Corr. 1949-1958.
61 14 Werner, Alfred. Corr; Mss. 1940-1957.
61 15 Werner, Eric. Corr; Mss. 1940-1945.
61 16 Werner, Nat. Corr. 1945-1946.
Box Folder
62 1 Wertheim, Maurice. Corr. 1915-1958.
62 2 Wice, David H. Corr. 1949-1952.
62 3 Willen, Joseph. Corr. 1940-1942.
62 4 Winestine, Norman. 1915-1917, undated.
62 5 Winkelstein, Moses. Corr. 1922-1933.
62 6 Wise, James Waterman. Corr. 1929-1934.
62 7 Wise, Jonah B. Corr. 1917-1931.
62 8 Wise, Jonah B. Corr. 1932-1951.
62 9 Wise, Stephen S. 1913-1916.
62 10 Wise, Stephen S. Corr. 1917-1924.
62 11 Wise, Stephen S. Corr. 1925-1928.
62 12 Wise, Stephen S. Corr. 1929-1947.
62 13 Witkin, Isaac. Corr. 1958.
62 14 Witt, Louis. Corr. 1923-1932.
62 15 Wolf, Edwin II. Corr. 1941-1959.
62 16 Wolf, Gustav. Corr. 1941-1949.
62 17 Wolf, Horace J. Corr. 1916-1926.
62 18 Wolf, Samuel. Corr. 1935-1950.
62 19 Wolf, Simon. Corr. 1915-1918.
62 20 Wolfson, Harry A. 1913-1916.
62 21 Wolfson, Harry A. Corr. 1917-1919.
62 22 Wolfson, Harry A. Corr. 1920.
Box Folder
63 1 Wolfson, Harry A. Corr. January-August 1921.
63 2 Wolfson, Harry A. Corr. September-December 1921.
63 3 Wolfson, Harry A. Corr. 1922.
63 4 Wolfson, Harry A. Corr. 1923.
63 5 Wolfson, Harry A. Corr. 1924-1925.
63 6 Wolfson, Harry A. Cor. 1929-October 1943.
63 7 Wolfson, Harry A. Corr. November 1943-1961.
63 8 Wolfson, Harry A. Mss. 1917-1956, undated.
63 9 Wolman, Leo. Corr. 1917-1949.
63 10 Wolsey, Louis. Corr. 1916-1948.
63 11 Wormser, Louis. Corr. 1923-1924.
63 12 Wormser, Louis. Corr. 1925-1934.
63 13 Y, General.
63 14 Yahuda, Abraham S. Corr. 1942-1955.
63 15 Yezierska, Anzia. Corr. 1923-1932.
63 16 Young Men's Christian Association. 1916-1917.
63 17 Young Men's Hebrew and Kindred Associations. 1914-1921.
63 18 Younker, Ira M. Corr. 1927-1943.
63 19 Z, General.
63 20 Zangwill, Israel. Corr. 1907-1922.
63 21 Zangwill, Israel. Corr; Mss. 1923-1961.
63 22 Zeitlin, Solomon. Corr. 1932-1960.
Box Folder
64 1 Zeitlin, Solomon. Mss. 1947-1948.
64 2 Zemorray, Samuel. Corr. 1922-1957.
64 3 Zepin, George. Corr. 1917-1938.
64 4 Ziff, William B. Corr. 1934-1937.
64 5 Zionist Organization of America. Corr. 1918-1949.
64 6 Zucker, Jacques. Corr. 1930-1958.
64 7 Zucker, Jacques. Mss. 1946, undated.
64 8 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1933-1936.
64 9 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1937.
64 10 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1938-1939.
64 11 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1940-1942.
64 12 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1943-1944.
64 13 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1945-1946.
64 14 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1947-1950.
64 15 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1951.
64 16 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1952-1954.
64 17 Zuckerman, William. Corr. 1955-1960.
64 18 Zuckerman, William. Mss. 1933-1942.
Box Folder
65 1 Zuckerman, William. Mss. 1943-1946, undated.
65 2 Zweig, Arnold. Corr. 1923-1939.
65 3 Unidentified Authors. Mss; Proofs. 1919, 1954
65 4 Miscellaneous Art Material. 1928, undated.
65 5 Miscellaneous Form Letters. 1925-1937, undated.
65 6 Miscellaneous Nearprint. 1920-1945, undated.
Series B. Financial Records. 1955-1958.[1.5 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Includes daily records of receipts, payments, deposits, etc. of the Menorah Association, Inc. and of The Menorah Journal.
Arrangement Note: Chronological.
Box Folder
65 7 1913-1917.
65 8 1918-1922.
65 9 January-April 1955.
65 10 May-August 1955.
65 11 September-December 1955.
Box Folder
66 1 January-April 1956.
66 2 May-August 1956.
66 3 September-December 1956.
66 4 January-April 1957.
66 5 May-August 1957.
66 6 September-December 1957.
66 7 January-April 1958.
66 8 May-August 1958.
66 9 September-November 1958.
Record Group II. International Menorah Association Records. 1907-1932.[11 Hollinger boxes, 3 oversize boxes]
Historical Note: Although the IMA officially ended in 1929, many of its activities and projects were continued by the Menorah Association, Inc., and these have not been separated from the IMA File.
Scope and Content Note: Certain aspects of the IMA are covered rather thoroughly in this File but a complete picture of the IMA activities and Societies is not possible. However, a general idea of the type of local activities and the management and broad policies of the IMA may be discerned.
Arrangement Note: Arranged in five (5) series: Series A. Reports, Surveys, and Membership Lists; Series B. Conferences and Conventions; Series C. Menorah Activities; Series D. Individual Menorah Societies and Universities; and Series E. The Menorah Journal.
Series A. Reports, Surveys, and Membership Lists. 1915-1930.[3 folders]
Scope and Content Note: Contains reports to the Chancellor and/or the Board of Governors concerning Menorah field trips, and the activities and statistics of the Menorah societies; the 1919 and 1920 surveys of the existing Menorah Societies; and lists of the Menorah Societies, by district, along with their officers.
Arrangement Note: Chronological.
Box Folder
67 1 1915-1919.
67 2 1920-1922.
67 3 1923-1930, undated.
Series B. Conferences and Conventions.1912-1929.[3 folders]
Scope and Content Note: The IMA sponsored many national conventions as well as district and special interest conferences. Series B. Conferences and Conventions, contains material on most of those held from December 1920 through 1929. It contains correspondence dealing with the planning and organization of a conference; programs and reports of the conferences; and newsclippings.
Arrangement Note: Chronological.
Box Folder
67 4 Conference of Representatives at Columbia University. January 1912.
67 5 National in Chicago, IL. January 1913.
67 6 National at Columbia University. December 1913.
67 7 National at University of Cincinnati. December 1914.
67 8 National at University of Pennsylvania. December 1915.
67 9 National at University of Minnesota. December 1916.
Box Folder
68 1 National in New York City. December 1917.
68 2 National in New York City [Invitation to Israel Zangwill]. December 1917.
68 3 National in New York City. December 1919.
68 4 Midwest at University of Chicago. December 1920.
68 5 Eastern and Northeastern at Harvard University. March 1921.
68 6 Eastern and Northeastern at University of Pennsylvania. February 1922.
68 7 Far Western at University of Washington. May 1922.
68 8 Far Western at Portland, Oregon. November 1922.
68 9 Far Western at San Francisco. June 1925.
68 10 National in New York City. December 1926.
68 11 Spiritual Situation of the Jew in America in New York City. January 1927.
68 12 Midwest at Northwestern University. March 1927.
68 13 Eastern at Brown University. November 1927.
68 14 Pacific Coast at University of California, Los Angeles. December 1927.
68 15 Midwest at Minneapolis, Minnesota. November 1928.
68 16 National in New York City. December 1929.
68 17 Miscellaneous.1914, 1919, undated.
Series C. Menorah Activities.1915-1962.[2.5 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Some of the special interests of the IMA such as its relations with international Jewish organizations, the European Student Relief Fund, and the Menorah Summer School, are dealt with in the Series C. Menorah Activities. The Series contains correspondence, nearprint, and other miscellaneous material.
Arrangment Note: The separate activities are alphabetically arranged, with a chronological arrangement within each folder.
Box Folder
68 18 Alumni Directory. 1925.
68 19 Bibliographies. 1920-1932.
68 20 Board of Governors minutes. 1917-1920, undated.
68 21 Census of Jewish students in American Colleges and Universities. 1920.
68 22 Census of Jewish Students in Military. 1917.
Box Folder
69 1 Constitution and Administrative correspondence. 1913-1920, undated.
69 2 Debates; Manuals; list of topics. 1926-1931, undated.
69 3 Essay contests; Nearprint; lists. 1915-1919.
69 4 European Student Relief. 1915-1921.
69 5 European Student Relief. 1922-1924, undated.
69 6 Fraternities and Sororities. 1921-1929.
69 7 International Jewish Organizations. 1924-1931.
69 8 Menorah Educational Conference. 1918-1922, undated.
69 9 Menorah Symposium on Jewish Education. undated.
69 10 Officers Meetings Minutes. 1916-1920.
69 11 Religious Holidays. 1925-1929, undated.
69 12 Summer School. 1922-1923, 1930.
Box Folder
70 1 Survey of Semitic Courses Taught in U.S and Canadian Universities (A-Z). 1917-1919.
70 2 Survey of Semitic Courses Taught in Theological Seminaries. 1917-1919.
70 3 Survey on War Aims Courses Taught in Universities. 1918.
70 4 Miscellaneous Nearprint; Form Letters. 1916-1938, undated.
Series D. Individual Menorah Societies and Universities.1913-1929.[6.5 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Contains correspondence between the IMA office and the local societies concerning the management and activities of the local society; various programs and reports of local Menorah activities; membership lists, and clippings.
Arrangement Note: Alphabetically arranged by the university or city represented and chronologically arranged thereunder
Box Folder
70 5 Adelphi College. 1916-1919, undated.
70 6 Alabama, University of. 1916-1918.
70 7 Arkansas, University of. 1928-1929.
70 8 Atlanta, University of. 1919-1920.
70 9 Boston Intervarsity. 1921-1929.
70 10 Boston University. 1912-1917, undated.
70 11 Brown University. 1914-January 1921.
70 12 Brown University. February-May 1921.
70 13 Brown University. June 1921-1922.
70 14 Brown University. Clippings.
70 15 California, University of. 1913-1922.
70 16 Chicago, University of. 1914-1922.
70 17 Cincinnati, University of. 1913-1915.
70 18 Cincinnati, University of. 1916-1917.
Box Folder
71 1 Cincinnati, University of. 1918-1920.
71 2 Cincinnati, University of. 1921.
71 3 Cincinnati, University of. 1922.
71 4 Cincinnati, University of. 1923-1924.
71 5 Cincinnati, University of. 1925-1928.
71 6 Cincinnati, University of. 1929-1935.
71 7 Clark University. 1914-1919, undated.
71 8 Colorado, University of. 1912, 1915-1917, undated.
71 9 Columbia University. 1911-1923, undated.
71 10 Cornell University. 1913-1917, undated.
71 11 Denver, University of. 1915-1929.
71 12 Detroit, College of the City of. 1928-1929.
71 13 Emerson College. 1917-1922.
71 14 George Washington University. 1916-1929.
71 15 Harvard University. 1907-1917.
Box Folder
72 1 Harvard University. 1919-November 1921.
72 2 Harvard University. December 1921-1922.
72 3 Harvard University. 1928-1930.
72 4 Hunter College. 1915-1921.
72 5 Hunter College. 1922-1928.
72 6 Hunter College. 1929.
72 7 Illinois, University of. 1912-1929.
72 8 Iowa, University of. 1916-1917, undated.
72 9 Johns Hopkins University. 1914-1917, undated.
72 10 Kansas, University of. 1913.
72 11 Kentucky, University of. 1920-1922.
72 12 McGill University. 1917-1929.
72 13 Maine, University of. 1915-1922.
Box Folder
73 1 Manitoba, University of. 1915-1921.
73 2 Manitoba, University of. 1922-1929.
73 3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1915-1923.
73 4 Michigan, University of. 1913-1921.
73 5 Michigan, University of. 1922-1929.
73 6 Minnesota, University of. 1912-1920.
73 7 Minnesota, University of. 1921-1922.
73 8 Minnesota, University of. 1923-1929.
73 9 Missouri, University of. 1916-1922.
73 10 Montgomery (AL), Menorah Society of. 1915-1917, undated.
73 11 Montreal, Graduate Menorah Society. 1919-1920.
Box Folder
74 1 Nebraska, University of. 1913-1922.
74 2 New Hampshire, University of. 1928-1929.
74 3 New Orleans, Menorah Society of. 1928-1929.
74 4 New York, College of the City of. 1912-1929.
74 5 New York Intervarsity. 1917-1928.
74 6 New York, Menorah Alumni of the City of. 1915-1920, undated.
74 7 New York University. 1913-1929.
74 8 North Carolina, University of. 1914-1917, undated.
74 9 North Dakota, University of. 1919-1920.
74 10 Northwestern University. 1912, 1919-September 1921.
74 11 Northwestern University. October-December 1921.
74 12 Northwestern University. 1922.
74 13 Northwestern University. 1928-1930.
74 14 Oberlin College. 1920-1921.
Box Folder
75 1 Ohio State University. 1914-1923.
75 2 Oklahoma, University of. 1919-1920.
75 3 Oklahoma, University of. 1921-1929.
75 4 Omaha, University of. 1922-1923.
75 5 Pennsylvania State College. 1914-1923.
75 6 Pennsylvania, University of. 1915-1922.
75 7 Pittsburgh, University of. 1917-1923.
75 8 Portia Law School. 1921-1923.
75 9 Portland Menorah Society. 1922-1923.
75 10 Radcliffe College. 1914-1929.
75 11 Rice Institute. 1916-1922.
75 12 Rutgers University. 1915-1922.
75 13 Scranton Menorah Society. 1914-1915.
75 14 Simmons College. 1917-1929.
Box Folder
76 1 Temple University. 1916-1923.
76 2 Texas, University of. 1914-1928.
76 3 Toronto, University of. 1919-1921.
76 4 Tufts College. 1913-1919, undated.
76 5 Tulane University. 1916-1929.
76 6 Washington University. 1916-1929.
76 7 Washington, University of. 1914-1929.
76 8 Western Reserve. 1914-1922.
76 9 Wisconsin, University of. 1914-1921.
76 10 Wisconsin, University of. 1922.
76 11 Yale University. 1914-1917, undated.
76 12 Miscellaneous (A-Z).
76 13 Correspondence and Lists of Officers. 1913-1922, undated.
Series E. The Menorah Journal.1913-1921[1 Hollinger box, 3 oversize boxes]
Scope and Content Note: All of the materials in the series came from the September, 1981 supplement and contains correspondence of Benjamin Levinson, First Vice President of the IMA, and Benjamin S. Pouzzner, business manager of The Menorah Journal. The oversize boxes contain subscription ledgers for the years 1915-1918 and 1921-1923.
Box Folder
77 1 Miscellaneous Correspondence and Reports. 1913-1921.
77 2 Levinson, Benjamin (Corr. w/Edward D. Coleman and Bernard J. Reis). 1916-1917.
77 3 Pouzzner, Benjamin S. (Corr. w/Bernard J. Reis). 1915-1916.
77 4 Pouzzner, Benjamin S. (Corr. w/Louis C. Henin). 1915-1917.
77 5 Pouzzner, Benjamin S. (Corr. w/Hyman H. Cohen). 1915.
77 6 Pouzzner, Benjamin S. (Corr. w/William Berman). 1915-1916.
77 7 Pouzzner, Benjamin S. (Corr. w/Benjamin Levinson). 1915-1916.
Box
X-321-X-323 1915-1923. [3 oversize boxes]

Search Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the AJA Online Catalog.

Persons and Families

Hurwitz, Henry -- 1886-1961.

Institutions

Menorah Journal.

Subjects

Jewish college students.
Jewish periodicals.
Jewish students -- Religious life.