TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement Note

Conditions of Access and Use

Administrative Information

Search Terms

Box and Folder Listing

Series A. Correspondence. 1905-1933.

Series B. Sermons. 1897-1932.

Series C. Miscellaneous.

A Finding Aid to the Hyman G. Enelow Papers. 1897-1933.

Manuscript Collection No. 11


Introduction

Repository: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
Creator: Enelow, H. G. (Hyman Gerson), 1877-1934
Title: Hyman G. Enelow Papers
Dates: 1897-1933
Quantity: 15 linear feet (36 Hollinger boxes)
Abstract: The Hyman G. Enelow papers describe the activities and career of the Reform rabbi, scholar, and writer. Significant correspondents include Jacob Billikopf, Henry Hurwitz, Cyrus Adler, Herbert Lehman, Judah L. Magnes, Louis Marshall, Jacob H. Schiff, and Stephen S. Wise.
Collection Number: MS-11
Language: Collection material in English and German

Biographical Sketch

Hyman Gerson Enelow was born in Kovno, Lithuania, October 26, 1877, the son of Leopold and Matilda Marver Enelow. In 1893 Enelow's father emigrated to the United States and settled in Chicago, where he operated a small tobacco manufacturing business. At first, Enelow planned to remain in Europe in order to attend the University of Heidelberg. These plans changed and Enelow followed his father to Chicago a short time later.

With the help of Rabbis Emil G. Hirsch and Joseph Stolz, both of whom were impressed by his mental abilities, Enelow was admitted to the University of Chicago. After attending the University of Chicago for two years, Enelow decided to attend Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in order to study for the rabbinate. Enelow's superior academic skills, especially his knowledge of Hebrew, enabled him to be admitted to the Collegiate Department of the college in September, 1895. In 1897 he received a B.A. degree from the University of Cincinnati and, in 1898, was ordained by Isaac M. Wise.

After graduation, Enelow spent three years at Temple Israel in Paducah, Kentucky (1898-1901) and eleven years at Congregation Adath Israel of Louisville, Kentucky before going to serve as rabbi at Temple Emanu-El in New York City (1912-1934). While at Temple Emanu-El, Enelow found that his chief interest was in the education of his congregants. Besides taking an active role in the religious school, he expounded on the concept of education, both for adults as well as children. Enelow was also a member of the Commission on Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and chairman of its Committee on Adult Education. Through these interests and his ability to instill his beliefs in others, Enelow was instrumental in founding the Littauer Chair in Jewish Literature and Philosophy at Harvard University and the Nathan J. Miller Chair in Jewish History, Literature, and Institutions at Columbia University.

Enelow was president of the Kentucky State Conference of Charities and Correction and of the Conference of Social Workers at Louisville in 1910-1911. He was founder and member of the executive committee of the Federation of Jewish Charities, Louisville, from 1908-1911. During World War I, Enelow went to France as Overseas Commander and General Field Secretary of the Jewish Welfare Board. He was vice-president (1925-1927) and president (1927-1929) of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. He served on many committees of both the Central Conference of American Rabbis and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. He was a member of the American Historical Society and the American Jewish Historical Society.

Hyman G. Enelow was recognized early in his career as an exceptional scholar and writer. Among the many books he wrote are: The Jewish Life (1915); The Synagogue in Modern Life (1916); The Faith of Israel (1917); The Varied Beauty of the Psalms (1917); The Allied Countries and the Jews (1918); A Jewish View of Jesus (1920); The Adequacy of Judaism (1920); and The Jew and the World (1921). His Selected Works were published in four volumes by F. Levy in 1935. He edited Israel ben Joseph Al-Nakawa's four volume work, the Menorath Hamaor and Kaufmann Kohler's Origins of the Synagogue and the Church (1929).

On January 30, 1934, Enelow, who was scheduled to retire and become rabbi emeritus of Temple Emanu-El on February 1, sailed for the Mediterranean aboard the ship Empress of Australia. While on board he had a heart attack and died February 6. Hyman G. Enelow, who never married, was buried in Chicago's Rosehill Cemetery on February 22, 1934.


Scope and Content Note

The Hyman G. Enelow papers consist of materials pertaining to the activities of the Reform rabbi, scholar, and writer, Hyman G. Enelow. The collection includes correspondence, minutes, sermons, notes, and miscellaneous manuscript material which reflect his rabbinic activities during the years from 1905 to 1933.


Arrangement Note

This collection is arranged in three (3) series:

  • Series A. Correspondence. 1905-1933.
  • Series B. Sermons. 1897-1932.
  • Series C. Miscellaneous.

Conditions of Access and Use

Terms of Access and Use

The Hyman G. Enelow Papers are open to all users. The original manuscript collection is available in the Barrows-Loebelson Reading Room of the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives.

Property and Literary Rights

Julius Mark and Paul J. Basinger, by the act of donating the Hyman G. Enelow Papers to the American Jewish Archives, assigned all property rights to the American Jewish Archives. Literary rights are retained by the Hyman G. Enelow heirs. Literary rights may also be retained by specific creators of materials.

Questions concerning rights should be addressed 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

The Hyman G. Enelow Papers are available on microfilm (MF-3335 to MF-3351). Microfilm is available in the repository and through inter-library loan.

Preferred Citation

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

[Description], [Date], Box #, Folder #. MS-11. Hyman G. Enelow Papers. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Provenance

The Hyman G. Enelow Papers were received from Julius Mark and Paul J. Basinger in 1953 and 1966.

Processing Information

Processed by James W. Clasper, May, 1977.


Box and Folder Listing

Series A. Correspondence. 1905-1933.[ 25 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of letters and some minutes. Unless otherwise indicated, folders contain correspondence. Among the important correspondents included in the series are Louis Marshall, Jacob H. Schiff, and Stephen S. Wise.
Arrangement Note: Arranged alphabetically by the name of the correspondent (person or organization). Letters are arranged chronologically within each folder.
Box Folder
1 1 A, General
1 2 Abrams, Samuel J.1924-1928
1 3 Adler, Cyrus1912-1932
1 4 Adler, Eugene1912-1922
1 5 Adler, Julius Ochs1921-1922
1 6 Akademie fur die Wissenschaft des Judentums (German)1929-1932
1 7 Alexander, David1917-1926
1 8 Alliance Israelite Universelle1915-1929
1 9 American Express Company1929-1932
1 10 American Hebrew1914-1932
1 11 American Jewish Committee1919-1932
1 12 Asofsky, Isaac1929-1932
1 13 Ba, General
1 14 Badger, Richard G.1917; 1921
1 15 Baer, Hortense1921
1 16 Baerwald, Paul1922-1927
1 17 Baron, Salo W.1928-1932
1 18 Baroway, Moses1915-1925
Box Folder
2 1 Be, General
2 2 Beer, Mrs. Julius1914-1924
2 3 Behar, Nissim1907; 1915; 1928-1930
2 4 Benderly, Samson1912-1930
2 5 Berger, Sophia1912-1920
2 6 Berkowitz, Henry1912-1927
2 7 Berliner, Samuel1927-1932
2 8 Berlinsky, Garfield A.1909-1911
2 9 Bernheim, Henry J.1923-1930
2 10 Bernheimer, Charles S.1912-1928
2 11 Bernstein, Herman W.1916-1929
2 12 Bernstein, John L.1920-1923
2 13 Bernstein, Philip S.1927-1928
2 14 Bernstein, Samuel1928-1932
2 15 Bettan, Israel1922-1928
2 16 Bi, General
2 17 Bibo, Hortense1913-1915
2 18 Biegelsesen, J.1932-1933
2 19 Billikopf, Jacob1908-1931
2 20 Binder, Abraham W.1918-1931
2 21 Binstock, Louis1925-1932
2 22 Bl, General
2 23 Blau, Ludwig1923-1932
2 24 Bloch, Chaim1922-1931
2 25 Bloch, Joshua1916-1931
2 26 Bloch Publishing Company1910-1933
2 27 Bloom, M.S.1921-1923
2 28 Blumenthal, Myron S.1921-1932
2 29 Blumenthal, Rose1921-1931
Box Folder
3 1 Bo, General
3 2 Bogen, Boris D.1907-1928
3 3 Bouche, Lillie B.1912-1917
3 4 Br, General
3 5 Brecher, Hans1927-1928
3 6 Bressler, David M.1914-1930
3 7 Bu, General
3 8 Bumpus, John and Edward1926-1933
3 9 C, General
3 10 Cahn, Belle1921-1932
3 11 Calisch, Edward N.1914; 1918-1928
3 12 Carr, John Foster1915-1919
3 13 Carton, Rosa Fried1915-1917
3 14 Central Conference of American Rabbis [Correspondence and minutes] 1907-1928
3 15 Chivers Book Binding Company1914-1933
3 16 Churchman1926-1929
3 17 Clay, Albert T.1924-1925
3 18 Clergy Club of New York and Neighborhood1921-1932
3 19 Clinchy, Everett R.1929-1931
3 20 Cochran, John L.1930
3 21 Cohen, General
3 22 Cohen, Alfred M.1922-1932
3 23 Cohen, Boaz1928-1931
3 24 Cohen, George L.1920-1924
Box Folder
4 1 Cohen, Henry1912; 1928-1929
4 2 Cohen, Joseph Henry1928-1931
4 3 Cohen, Joseph L.1914-1930
4 4 Cohen, Simon R.1912-1932
4 5 Cohon, Samuel S.1923-1930
4 6 Coleman, Elinor1922-1924
4 7 Coleman, Lillian1924-1925
4 8 Columbia University1913-1932
4 9 Content, Harold1920-1923
4 10 Cowley, A.E.1925-1931
4 11 Cox, Philip W.1920-1922
4 12 Currick, Max C.1912; 1920-1930
4 13 Cutler, Harry1918
4 14 D, General
4 15 Davidson, C.1922-1932
4 16 Davidson, Israel1914-1932
4 17 Davis, Charles W.1929
4 18 Day, Jonathan C.1913
4 19 Demuth, Leopold1917-1931
4 20 Denzer, Constance M.1915-1920
4 21 Deutsch, Carolyn1917-1925
4 22 Deutsch, Gotthard1908-1922
4 23 Dittenhoefer, A.J.1912-1918
4 24 Dobsevage, I. George1914-1929
4 25 Dushkin, Alexander M.1915-1916; 1923
Box Folder
5 1 Ea-Ec, General
5 2 Eckstein, Henry J.1918-1923
5 3 Ed-Eg, General
5 4 Egelson, Louis I.1917-1933
5 5 Ei-En, General
5 6 Enelow, Hyman G.1912-1932
5 7 Englander, Henry1916-1929
5 8 Eo-Et, General
5 9 Ettelson, Harry W.1921-1931
5 10 Ev-Ez, General
5 11 Fa, General
5 12 Falk, Myron S.1916-1930
5 13 Fe, General
5 14 Feldman, Abraham J.1915-1931
5 15 Felsenthal, Emma1922-1924
5 16 Feuerlicht, Morris M.1911-1929
5 17 Fi, General
5 18 Fink, Joseph L.1926-1928
5 19 Finkel, Joshua1929-1932
5 20 Finkelstein, Louis1925-1930
5 21 Fisher, Emily1922-1932
5 22 Fisher, Henry M.1924-1928
Box Folder
6 1 Fl, General
6 2 Flarsheim, Morris H.1912-1915
6 3 Fo, General
6 4 Foster, Solomon1910-1930
6 5 Fra, General
6 6 Fram, Leon1918; 1927-1931
6 7 Franklin, Leo M.1905-1931
6 8 Fre, General
6 9 Freehof, Solomon B.1916-1933
6 10 Freiberg, J. Walter1911-1929
6 11 Fri, General
6 12 Friedland, N.1929-1931
6 13 Friedlander, Marcus1915-1932
6 14 Friedman, Joseph L.1907
6 15 Frisch, Ephraim1910-1930
6 16 Fro-Fru, General
6 17 Fu, General
Box Folder
7 1 Ga, General
7 2 Gamber, J.1912-1931
7 3 Gamoran, Emanuel1923-1933
7 4 Ge, General
7 5 Gellert, James E.1921-1932
7 6 Gi, General
7 7 Ginzberg, Louis1916-1932
7 8 Gjeore, A.H.1926-1927
7 9 Gl, General
7 10-11 Go, General (2 folders)
7 12 Goldberg, Jeanette Miriam1913-1929
7 13 Goldberg, Samuel J.1924-1930
7 14 Goldberger, Bessie1930-1931
Box Folder
8 1 Goldenson, Samuel H.1906-1933
8 2 Goldsmith, Samuel A.1914-1917
8 3 Goldstein, Ira E.1920-1928
8 4 Goldstein, Israel1925-1931
8 5 Goodhart, Philip J.1917-1931
8 6 Goodman, Paul1909; 1929-1932
8 7 Gottheil, Richard J.H.1913-1932
8 8 Gottheil, William S.1915
8 9 Gr, General
8 10 Grabfelder, Samuel1906-1920
8 11 Gries, Moses J.1906-1916
8 12-15 Grodinsky, Julius[Correspondence and minutes]1926-1933(4 folders)
Box Folder
9 1 Grose, Arthur W.1919-1932
9 2 Gross, David H.1923-1931
9 3 Grossman, Jacob B.1914-1923
9 4 Grossman, Rudolph1913-1926
9 5 Grossmann, Louis1912-1922
9 6 Grunwald, Max1920-1931
9 7 Gu, General
9 8 Guinzburg, Frederick 1913-1929
9 9 Ha, General
9 10 Haas, Jacob de1915-1917; 1927-1930
9 11 Hadoar1924-1931
9 12 Harriman National Bank 1913-1931
9 13 Harris, Maurice H.1912-1929
9 14 He, General
9 15 Hebrew Publishing Company1929-1930
9 16 Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society1913-1932
9 17 Heller, Chaim1924-1932
9 18 Heller, James G.1919-1931
9 19 Heller, Maximilian H.1912-1924; 1929
9 20 Herring, John W.1925-1928
9 21 Hertzberger, Menno1925-1926
Box Folder
10 1 Hi, General
10 2 Higger, Michael1930-1932
10 3 Hirshberg, Samuel1912-1932
10 4 Ho, General
10 5 Horvitz, Aaron1911-1913
10 6 Horwitz, Charles K.1920-1931
10 7 Hu, General
10 8 Hunt, Edward Lawrence1923-1932
10 9 Hurwitz, Henry1913-1932
10 10 Hy, General
10 11 I, General
10 12 Israel, Edward L.1924-1928
10 13 Israel, Leon1914-1932
10 14 J, General
10 15 Jacobs, Joseph1912-1929
Box Folder
11 1 Jacobson, Moses P.1912-1926
11 2 Jewish Classics Committee [Correspondence and minutes] 1918-1925
11 3-10 Jewish Publication Society [Correspondence and minutes] 1912-1929(8 folders)
Box Folder
12 1 Jewish Publication Society [Correspondence and minutes] 1930-1933
12 2 Jewish religious education [Miscellaneous minutes of various organizations concerned with Jewish education, including the Commission on Jewish Religious Education; Commission on Jewish Education; and the Committee on Religious Instruction in Colleges and Universities] 1922-1932
12 3 Jewish Tribune1919-1926
12 4 Jung, Leo1927-1931
12 5 Ka, General
12 6 Kahana, Abraham1930-1932
12 7 Kanter, Felix1920-1930
12 8 Kaplan, Jacob H.1911-1929
12 9 Kaplan, Mordecai M.1913-1916
12 10 Kaplan, Samuel S.1920-1928
12 11 Kasher, Menahem M. [The Torah Publishing Company, Inc.] 1927-1932
12 12 Kauffmann, J.1914-1931
12 13 Ke, General
12 14 Ki, General
12 15 Kl, General
12 16 Kn, General
12 17 Ko, General
12 18 Kohler, Mr. and Mrs. Kaufmann1908-1931
Box Folder
13 1 Kohler, Max J.1913-1932
13 2 Kohut, George Alexander1912-1931
13 3 Kopald, Louis J.1913-1928
13 4 Kornfield, Joseph S.1910-1931
13 5 Kr, General
13 6 Krass, Nathan1912-1931
13 7 Krauskopf, Joseph1908-1923
13 8 Ku, General
13 9 La, General
13 10 Landau, Jacob1907-1928
13 11 Landman, Isaac1912-1931
13 12 Lauer, Edgar J.1919-1932
13 13 Lazaron, Morris S.1915-1932
13 14 Lea-Lef, General
13 15 Lefkowitz, David1920-1932
Box Folder
14 1 Leg-Leh, General
14 2 Lehman, Arthur1922-1926
14 3 Lehman, Herbert H.1917; 1928-1931
14 4 Lehman, Irving1913-1931
14 5 Lei, General
14 6 Leibert, Julius A.1912-1916
14 7 Lem-Leu, General
14 8 Lev, General
14 9 Leventritt, David1914-1925
14 10 Levi, Charles S.1912-1928
14 11 Levi, Gerson B.1913-1932
14 12 Levi, Harry1912-1930
14 13 Levinthal, Israel H.1915-1932
14 14 Levy, Clifton Harby1913-1926
14 15 Levy, Felix A., Jr.1912-1933
14 16 Levy, Fred1913-1925
14 17 Levy, J. Leonard1912-1916
14 18 Lew-Ley, General
14 19 Lewi, Isidor1912-1913; 1927-1930
14 20 Lewin, Benjamin M.1923-1933
14 21 Lewisohn, Adolph1914-1932
14 22 Lewisohn, Sam A.1917-1926
14 23 Li, General
Box Folder
15 1 Lipschutz, M.1924-1931
15 2 Littauer, Lucius N.1924-1932
15 3 Lo, General
15 4 Lowenstein, Solomon1908-1931
15 5 Lu, General
15 6 Luchs, Alvin S.1926-1932
15 7 Ly, General
15 8 Maa-Meg, General
15 9 Maggid, David1927-1932
15 10 Magnes, Judah L.1912-1915
15 11 Mah-Man, General
15 12 Manheimer, Jacob S.1924-1932
15 13 Mann, Jacob1922-1932
15 14 Mann, Louis L.1912-1930
15 15 Mannheimer, Eugene1923-1932
15 16 Mannheimer, Leo1912-1922
15 17 Mar, General
15 18 Marcus, Jacob R.1928-1932
15 19 Marcuson, Isaac E. [Correspondence and minutes] 1918-1933
Box Folder
16 1 Margolis, Harry S.1916; 1930-1932
16 2 Marshall, James1916-1931
16 3 Marshall, Louis1912-1929
16 4 Marx, Alexander1919-1932
16 5 Marx, David1926-1930
16 6 Mas-May, General
16 7 May, Jean Wise1923-1930
16 8 Maximon, Shalom B.1927-1931
16 9 Mc, General
16 10 Me, General
16 11 Meinhard, Morton H.1914-1923
16 12 Mendes, F. de Sola1913-1920
16 13 Mendes, H. Pereira1912-1920; 1930
16 14 Mi, General
16 15 Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan J.1914-1932
16 16 Moc-Mon, General
16 17 Montagu, Lily H.1927-1932
16 18 Moo-Mor, General
Box Folder
17 1 Morgenstern, Julian1909-1932
17 2 Mos, General
17 3 Moses, Isaac S.1907-1923
17 4 Moses, M.H.1912-1916
17 5 Mu-My, General
17 6 Na, General
17 7 Ne, General
17 8 Nelson, Leon M.1912-1926
17 9-10 Newberger, Samuel M.1914-1932(2 folders)
17 11 Newfield, Morris1924-1933
17 12 Newman, Louis I.1921-1932
17 13 Neumark, David1918-1931
17 14 Newton, Joseph Fort1925-1928
17 15 New York Telephone Company1909; 1913-1931
17 16 Temple Emanu-El (New York, N.Y.)1912-1930
17 17 Ni-No, General
Box Folder
18 1 Oa-Oc, General
18 2 Ochs, Adolph S.1913-1931
18 3 Oko, Adolph S.1913-1931
18 4 Ol-Ou, General
18 5 Pa-Ph, General
18 6-7 Philipson, David1907-1932(2 folders)
18 8 Pl-Po, General
18 9 Polier, David S.1913; 1921-1928
18 10 Pollack, Charles N.1913-1926
18 11 Pollack, Jacob B.1921-1927
18 12 Pool, David de Sola1912-1931
18 13 Popkin, Louis S.1917-1931
18 14 Pr-Pu, General
18 15 Ra, General
Box Folder
19 1 Rabinovitch, I.M.1926-1936
19 2 Raisin, Max1913-1915
19 3 Rauch, Joseph1910-1929
19 4 Rawer, J.1926-1931
19 5 Re, General
19 6 Reed, Jacob1915-1916
19 7 Reform Advocate1911-1914; 1921-1932
19 8 Reichert, Irving F.1923-1932
19 9 Reichert, Victor Emanuel1921-1931
19 10 Reichler, Max1913-1927
19 11 Reis, Bernard J.1914-1917
19 12 Reznick, Menschel, and Company 1921-1930
19 13 Ri, General
19 14 Ribalow, Menachem1927-1932
19 15 Rice, Cale Young1911-1920
19 16 Rice, William1909-1910; 1920
19 17 Richards, Bernard G.1913-1926
19 18 Richman, Harry R.1919-1927
19 19 Rieser, Norvin H.1914; 1924; 1928-1930
19 20 Rifkind, Isaac1924-1930
19 21 Rines, George E.1908-1909
19 22 Rivlin, Elieser1923-1932
19 23-24 Ro, General (2 folders)
19 25 Roberson, Ansel Clark1926
19 26 Robinson, Aaron G.1914-1918; 1927-1929
19 27 Rosa, J.S. Da Silva1925-1930
19 28 Rose, Heloise Durant1921-1923
19 29 Rosenau, William1912-1933
Box Folder
20 1 Rosenblum, William F.1930-1932
20 2 Rosenfeld, George1913-1920
20 3 Rosenmann, M.1928-1931
20 4 Roth, Cecil1926-1932
20 5 Roth, Tobias1913-1924
20 6 Ru-Ry, General
20 7 Sa, General
20 8 Salzman, Marcus1912-1929
20 9 Saminsky, Lazare1924-1932
20 10 Sapinsky, Alvin T.1912-1930
20 11 Sc, General
20 12 Schanfarber, Tobias1906-1924
20 13 Schiff, Jacob H.1902-1920; 1928
20 14 Schiff, Mortimer L.1916-1918; 1924; 1930
20 15 Schreiber, Emanuel1926-1932
Box Folder
21 1 Schulman, Samuel1908-1932
21 2 Schwab, Charles M.1909; 1916-1917; 1927
21 3 Schwarz, Jacob D.1915-1933
21 4 Se, General
21 5 Seeligmann, Sigmund1925-1932
21 6 Seligman, Dewitt J.1915-1931
21 7 Selligman, Alfred1907-1929
21 8 Sh, General
21 9 Sherley, Swager1907-1910
21 10 Sherwood, Herbert F.1907
21 11 Si, General
21 12 Silver, Abba Hillel1917-1931
21 13 Silverman, Joseph1906-1930
21 14 Simon, Abram1912-1928
21 15 Singer, Isidor1906-1927
21 16 Sl, General
Box Folder
22 1 Sm, General
22 2 So, General
22 3 Sp, General
22 4 Spiegelberg, William I.1917-1926
22 5 St, General
22 6 Stern, Nathan1912-1932
22 7 Stettiner Brothers1907
22 8 Stolz, Joseph1905-1932
22 9 Straus, Nathan1917-1931
22 10 Strauss, Lewis1921-1932
22 11 Stroock, Joseph S.1918-1928
22 12 Stroock, Louis S.1923-1925
22 13 Stroock, Sol M.1920-1927
22 14 Stroock, Stephen1921-1931
22 15 Su, General
22 16 Szold, Henrietta1907-1918
Box Folder
23 1 T, General
23 2 Toch, Henry M.1913-1932
23 3 U, General
23 4 Ulman, Ruth1922-1926
23 5 V, General
23 6 Veiller, Lawrence1915
23 7 Vogelstein, Ludwig1920-1932
23 8 Wa, General
23 9 Die Wahrheit1926-1931
23 10 Wahrmann, M.A.1926-1931
23 11 Wald, Lillian D.1913-1932
23 12 Waldman, Mark1928-1932
23 13 Warburg, Felix M. and Freida S.1913-1931
23 14 Wasserman, Rita1927-1932
23 15 Watters, Leon L.1916-1932
23 16 Waxman, Meyer1923; 1930
23 17 We, General
Box Folder
24 1 Weber, Max1922-1930
24 2 Weigert, Abram A. and Rebecca1928-1932
24 3 Weil, A. Leo1924-1928
24 4 Weil, Lucille1916; 1921-1926
24 5 Weis, J. Max1924-1931
24 6 Wendte, Charles W.1912-1913
24 7 Wertheim, Emma Stern1923-1930
24 8 Wertheim, Jacob1923-1931
24 9 Wertheimer, S.A.1928-1931
24 10 Wh, General
24 11 White, Gaylord S.1914
24 12 Wi, General
24 13 Wile, Edward J.1924-1925
24 14 Wise, Jonah B.1909-1932
24 15 Wise, Leo1907-1928
24 16 Wise, Stephen S.1907-1928
24 17 Witt, Louis1926-1928
24 18 Wo, General
24 19 Wolbarst, Abraham L. and Bessie B.1912-1930
24 20 Wolf, Horace J.1915-1921
24 21 Wolf, James A.1920-1931
24 22 Wolf, Julia A.1921-1932
24 23 Wolf, Simon1906-1920
24 24 Wolfson, Harry A.1925-1930
24 25 Wollheim, Ralph J.1929-1932
24 26-27 Wolsey, Louis B.1915-1927(2 folders)
Box Folder
25 1 Wolsey, Louis B.1928-1931
25 2 Wu, General
25 3 Y, General
25 4 Yiddish Scientific Institute (YIVO)1926-1931
25 5 Younker, Falk1914-1917
25 6 Za-Ze, General
25 7-11 Zepin, George1911-1932(5 folders)
25 12 Zi, General
25 13 Zielonka, Martin1907-1911; 1917; 1927-1930
25 14 Zieser, Julius H.1923-1929
25 15 Zinn, Arthur S.1916-1931
25 16 Zinn, Richard1920-1926
25 17 Zo, General
25 18 Zu, General
25 19 Unidentified Correspondence
Series B. Sermons. 1897-1932.[ 10 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of Enelow sermons. These sermons, which are generally undated, span the years 1897 to 1932. They have been divided into three segments. The first, consisting of seven boxes, is arranged alphabetically by the title of the sermon. Of the remaining two segments, one has illegible titles, while the other is untitled.
Box Folder
26 1 A
26 2 B
26 3-4 B (2 folders)
Box Folder
27 1-2 D (2 folders)
27 3 E
27 4 F
27 5 G
Box Folder
28 1 H
28 2-3 I (2 folders)
28 4-5 J (2 folders)
Box Folder
29 1 K
29 2 L
29 3-4 M (2 folders)
29 5 N
Box Folder
30 1 O
30 2-4 P (3 folders)
30 5 Q
30 6 R
Box Folder
31 1-2 R (2 folders)
31 3-5 S (3 folders)
31 6-7 T (2 folders)
Box Folder
32 1 U
32 2 V
32 3-5 W (3 folders)
32 6 Y-Z
Box Folder
33 1-5 Unidentified sermons (5 folders)
Box Folder
34 1-5 Unidentified sermons (5 folders)
Box Folder
35 1-4 Unidentified sermons (4 folders)
35 5 Untitled
Box Folder
36 1 Untitled
Series C. Miscellaneous.[ 1 Hollinger box]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of less than one box of manuscript and printed material (notes, lectures, theses, newsclippings, addresses, and articles).
Box Folder
36 2-9 Manuscript and printed material consisting of notes, lectures, theses, addresses, and articles. (8 folders)

Search Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the AJA's online catalog.

Persons and Families

Enelow, H. G. (Hyman Gerson), -- 1877-1934

Institutions

Congregation Adath Israel (Louisville, Ky.)
Congregation Emanu-El (New York, N.Y.)
Temple Israel (Paducah, Ky.)

Subjects

Jews -- Kentucky -- Louisville
Jews -- Kentucky -- Paducah
Jews -- New York (N.Y.)
Reform Judaism -- Kentucky
Reform Judaism -- New York (N.Y.)

Genres and Forms

Jewish sermons, American

Occupations

Rabbis -- Kentucky
Rabbis -- New York (N.Y.)