Access and Provenance 

  Institutional Sketch 

  Scope and Content Note 

  Box and Folder Listing 

 

A Finding Aid to the

World Union for Progressive Judaism Records

Manuscript Collection No. 16

1926-1998. 66 Linear ft.

 
 
ACCESS AND PROVENANCE

The WORLD UNION FOR PROGRESSIVE JUDAISM (WUPJ) records were donated by the WUPJ in May, 1975 by Bertrram Jacobs of the European Board when the Union was based in London. In June 1987, the American Jewish Archives received an additional supplement of records from WUPJ's New York office, and from Ms. Jane Evans, New York, New York. In March 1997 the American Jewish Archives received a third supplement of records from Rabbi Clifford Kulwin of the WUPJ office in New York City

The collection is available to researchers in the reading room of the American Jewish Archives. Literary rights have not been dedicated to the public. Any questions concerning literary or copyrights should be addressed to the Executive Director of the American Jewish Archives.

INSTITUTIONAL SKETCH  top

The desire for forming an international organization for liberal Judaism was first expressed in Germany in 1913 but, due to the subsequent World War, plans for such an organization were abandoned.  The concept was not dealt with again until 1925, when Lily Montagu and Claude G. Montefiore, both from the Liberal Synagogue in London, addressed letters to liberal Jewish leaders around the world concerning the formation of an international union for Progressive Jewish communities.  Subsequently, an International Conference for Liberal Jews, sponsored by the Liberal Synagogue, was held in London in July 1926.  More than one hundred people attended, representing liberal Jewish communities in France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Czechoslavakia, Romania, Sweden and the United States.  At the conference, Montagu introduced two resolutions which called for the formation of an international union for Progressive Jews (the term "progressive" intending to include all forms of modernized Judaism, whether designated under the name of "liberal", "reform" or progressive).  Both resolutions were unanimously accepted by the delegation and the World Union for Progressive Judaism was founded. Claude G. Montefiore was asked to accept the post of president and Lily Montagu was elected Honorary-Secretary.*

 The basic purpose of the Union, as stated in Montagu's resolutions, was to (1) encourage the formation of Progressive Jewish religious organizations in different countries (2) promote cooperation between such organizations, (3) sponsor conferences to review the activities of the Union as well as to discuss developments and studies in Progressive Jewish thought and (4) publish conference proceedings, bulletins and various reports to further disseminate information on WUPJ activities.  Under the capable leadership of Montagu and Montefiore, the Union carried out its basic purpose and eventually grew to become an integral part of the international Progressive Jewish community.  Presidents of the World Union for Progressive Judaism have included: Claude G. Montefiore (1926-1938), Leo Baeck (1939-1953), Lily Montagu (1954-1959), Solomon B. Freehof (1960-1964),  Jacob K. Shankman (1964-1970), Bernard J. Bamberger (1970-1972), Maurice Eisendrath (1972-1973), David H. Wice (1973-1980), Gerard Daniel (1980-1988) and Donald Day (1989-1996).

 Initially, the Union directed its efforts at the countries of Central Europe.  The nations affiliated with WUPJ in 1939 were Australia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, India, the Netherlands, Palestine (Israel), South Africa, Sweden and the United States.  By the 1950's the Union's membership had expanded to include Argentina, Brazil, Uraguay and the West Indies. In the late 1980s, the fall of Communism lead to expanded activities in the former Soviet Union and other Eastern European nations, with a continued focus on Central and South America.  The Union also remained a constant champion of Progressive Judaism in Israel in the post World War II era.

 WUPJ's activities in the different countries varied according to the state of Progressive Judaism in each.  The Union received regular reports of the activities of progressive Judaism in affiliated nations and was kept informed of developments in the movement in many unaffiliated nations as well. WUPJ sponsored trips for members, to study the problems and successes of Judaism in various locations.    The organization often lent money to help start Progressive Jewish communities, or to support floundering ones, and it took the responsibility of providing Progressive rabbis for congregations in need of them. They trained native rabbis at either Leo Baeck College in London, Great Britain, or Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion, USA with the intent of returning them to their affiliated WUPJ congregations.

 Through its committees, the Union was able to deal with the many components of Progressive Judaism.  The Commission on Present Thought and Practice in Progressive Judaism (originally known as the Authority Committee) sponsored Round Table Conferences and produced papers and essays on particular aspects of Jewish thought ("Authority and Freedom in Progressive Judaism," "Authority of Revelation and Tradition,' etc.) in various locations.  The Blue Ribbon Commission of 1986 again took up the issues of the state of progressive Judaism. The Liturgy Committee conducted surveys to determine the effects of the Liberal movement on synagogue ritual, the types of services provided for children, etc.; it provided prayer books for newly-formed congregations and translated other prayer books for more universal use. In the 1980s, the Public Relations Committee continued those translation and communication activities.   The Youth Section of the World Union for Progressive Judaism began in the early 1930's. This committee sponsored annual Youth Days beginning in 1934, published several youth magazines and  conducted youth conferences.

 WUPJ strongly supported educational facilities for Progressive Judaism, such as the Paris Institute for Progressive Judaism, the Leo Baeck School in Haifa, the Leo Baeck Rabbinic College in London and the World Education Center in Jerusalem (jointly sponsored with Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion).  In 1958, the Union conducted a survey concerning the participation of women or women's organizations in the activities of the various liberal Jewish communities throughout the world.  The Soviet Jewry Committee in 1988  focused on the needs and particular opportunities provided by the fall of communism. They built a synagogue, translated literature and provided educational opportunities for Russian youth.

 The Union responded to World War II by publishing "Religion in Wartime" (1940), a pamphlet with essays from numerous countries explaining the effect of war on religious activities. In 1946, WUPJ, in conjunction with the United Nations, began rehabilitation programs in Germany and the Netherlands.  In that same year the Union sponsored a Peace Festival and, thereafter, Peace Days became an annual event sponsored by the Union. They later became involved with the Conference on Jewish Claims Against Germany.

 By 1958 the Union had grown so much that it changed its structure somewhat to allow for the creation of an American Board and a European Board.  In 1959 Lily Montagu, then president of the Union, resigned from active leadership (she subsequently became an Honorary Life President).  In that same year, WUPJ's headquarters were moved to the House of Living Judaism in New York City.  The center for European Board activities remained in London.  In 1973 the headquarters were moved again to Jerusalem.  At this time Rabbi Richard Hirsch assumed the position of Executive Director, created and held by William Rosenthall in the New York office in the 1960s. Many of the responsibilities of the Honorable Secretary became part of the Executive Director's position and later the North American Director, who served as Assistant Honorable Secretary.   The North American Director also served as chief fundraiser during the last part of the century. Fundraising was a perpetual concern for the Union. Each project needed to be weighed against severe financial pressures.

 In 1976 the World Union for Progressive Judaism formally affiliated with the World Jewish Congress and the World Zionist Organization. In 1998, the New York office closed, as the North American Director position merged with that of North American ARZA representative.  Operations became centralized in Jerusalem, Israel.

 Materials donated prior to March 1997 are also available on AJA microfilm nos. 705-715.

Selected Related AJA Collections:

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE  top

The WORLD UNION FOR PROGRESSIVE JUDAISM RECORDS describe the creation, development and activities of this international organization founded in 1926 to further, both in a geographical and intellectual sense, the development of progressive Judaism.  The collection consists of correspondence, project files, minutes, conference material, committee records, financial records and WUPJ publications. The records are divided into ten (10) series:

SERIES A. ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS (1929-1985) consists of 1 Records Center Box. It has one folder of constitutions, including the World Union as an organization and the American and European Boards.  It also contains the minutes of the Executive Committee, 1929-1985, arranged in chronological order. Other minutes for the division may be found in the Honorable Secretary files or that of the North American Director. This series also contains a general  minute book, containing minutes of other meetings and conventions.

SERIES B. FINANCIAL RECORDS (1957-1985) consists of 3 Records Center Boxes. It is a miscellany of trial balance sheets, financial receipts and financial reports organized in a single alphabetical file. Materials are most concentrated between 1958-1960 and 1975-1981.

SERIES C. CONFERENCES (1928-1986) consists of 3  Records Center Boxes.  It is organized chronologically by conference. Some conferences contain more detailed information such as area reports, photographs, speeches, delegate information and correspondence. Material for post-1980 conferences is also located in the North American Director's Office Series and the Office of International Affairs Series.

SERIES D. OFFICE OF THE HONORABLE SECRETARY (1925-1993) consists of 37 Hollinger Boxes, collected by the London office of the World Union.  The Honorable Secretary dealt with coordinating much of the WUPJ's activities. Lily Montagu served as the first Honorable Secretary (1926-1953) followed by Bertram Jacobs (1954-1981) and Joe Barnett (1981-).  Some of the organizational activities are later handled by the North American Director.  There are two chronological groupings (1926–1982) and 1982- present. Within each chronological group are two groupings: Geographical and Subject Files. Each are arranged in an alphabetical list using the original folder labels.  Material includes minutes, reports, correspondence and other miscellaneous materials. Of note is a series of photographs organized alphabetically.  These materials correspond most closely with microfilm nos. 705-715.

SERIES E. OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (1971-1996) consists of 3 Records Center Boxes, collected by the New York office. It contains primarily correspondence (incoming and outgoing) of Executive Director Rabbi Richard Hirsch, arranged in alphabetical order in chronological groupings. A few writings of Hirsch are filed under his name and there is a separate file which deals with the move of the WUPJ offices from New York to Jerusalem.

SERIES F. EUROPEAN DIRECTOR (1957-1967) consists of 2 Hollinger Boxes.  The European Director dealt primarily with the activities of the Youth Section of the European Board. The files are arranged in a single alphabetical file by subject/country.

SERIES G. NORTH AMERICAN DIRECTOR (1957-1996) consists of  27 Records Center Boxes.  The New York branch office of the World Union, opened in 1973. At this time the office of the Executive Director, Richard Hirsch, was moved to Jerusalem.   This North American Director served as the head of the North American programming and did a great deal of fundraising.  He also controlled the publications and mailings for much of this time. Materials are organized chronologically, and by subject. Researchers interesting in meeting minutes, or conference material should use these files. Although primarily correspondence, they also contain publicity material and reports.

 A separate Geographical File covers 1957-1985. Later geographical correspondence may be found under specific years for the North American Director or the Office of International Affairs.  Rabbi Ira Youdovin served as the North American Director from 1973 to 1981. Interfiled with his materials, are subjects like the Memorial Foundation which contain the earlier files of the Executive Director, who dealt with these subjects prior to the North American Director position.  The second grouping 1981-1985 covers the brief tenures of Rabbi Paul Kushner, and Rabbi Benjamen Kamin. The final grouping is that of Martin Strelzer, 1985-1996. Files are arranged chronologically by year, because of the volume.

SERIES H. OFFICE OF LATIN AMERICAN AFFAIRS (1985-1987) consists of three Hollinger Boxes. The Director of Latin American Affairs, was a part-time, one person office held by Rabbi Clifford Marion Kulwin from 1985- mid 1987. It was expanded into the Office of International Affairs and Development (see Series H).The series is arranged chronologically and consists of correspondence, with a few reports and pamphlets as enclosures.  Many of the correspondents/subjects duplicate those of the International Affairs Office and the North American Director between 1988-1990. Topics of interest include the high school student exchange and Latin America countries. Some letters are stapled together with previous correspondence, with the most recent date of correspondence located on the top.

SERIES I. OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND DEVELOPMENT (1988-1994) consists of 10 Records Center Boxes.   The Office of International Affairs and Development was approved in June of 1987 but did not start as an office until January 1988.  Rabbi Clifford Kulwin , formerly Director of Latin American Affairs, took over this position- expanding his sphere to Eastern Europe and Africa.  This series is organized chronologically. Within each year the files are divided into three categories: general correspondence, geographical files (organized alphabetically by region/ country) and subject files (organized alphabetically by name and organization). Each folder is arranged chronologically. Topics of interest include programs in the Former Soviet Union, WUPJ International Conferences and North American Board meetings.  The position was eliminated in 1998.
 
SERIES J. PUBLICATIONS (1929-1998) consists of 3 Hollinger Boxes.  Between 1987 and 1989, the World Union created a Public Relations Committee to handle the publishing of newsletters, etc.  Before and after this period, these duties were handled by the Honorable Secretary or by the North American Director.  It has the minutes of the committee and the correspondence of Alayne Zatulove, the chair of the committee. The remainder of the series consists of drafts of articles and various publications of the World Union, arranged alphabetically.  This series also contains miscellaneous material written about the World Union, including an HUC thesis detailing the first fifty years of the organization.

BOX AND FOLDER LISTING  top

Box	Folder		Contents
SERIES A. ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS. 1929-1985.

Constitutions/Bylaws
A1   	1         		Constitutions. 1926-1975.

Executive Committee/Officers Minutes
A1   	2        		Executive Committee. 1929-1935.
     	3        		Executive Committee. 1936-1946.
     	4        		Executive Committee. 1947-1950.
     	5        		Executive Committee. 1951-1954.
     	6        		Executive Committee. 1955-1958.
     	7        		Executive Committee. 1959-1962.
     	8        		Executive Committee. 1963-1967.
     	9        		Executive Committee. 1968-1972.
     	10       		Executive Committee. 1973-1976.
     	11       		Executive Committee. 1977.
     	12       		Executive Committee. 1978.
     	13       		Executive Committee. 1979.
     	14       		Executive Committee. 1980-1985.

General Minutes
A1   	16       		General Minutes Book. 1926-1936.
     	17       		General Minutes. 1960-1985.


SERIES B. FINANCIAL RECORDS. 1956-1981.

B1   	1        		American Committee. Contributions/ Bills. 1956 - January 1957.
     	2        		American Committee. Contributions / Bills. February - December 1957.
     	3        		American Committee. Contributions/ Bills.1958.
     	4        		American Committee. Contributions/ Bills. 1959.
     	5        		American Committee. Contributions/ Bills. 1960.
     	6        		American Committee. Paid Bills. 1957- 1960.
     	7        		Bank Reconciliation Statements. 1975.
     	8        		Bank Reconciliation Statements. 1976.
     	9        		Bank Reconciliation Statements. 1978.
     	10       		Bank Reconciliation Statements. 1979.
     	11       		Bank Reconciliation Statements. 1979.
     	12       		Bank Reconciliation Statements. 1980.

B2   	1        		Bank Statements; Accessments. 1930-1961.
     	2        		Bank Statements. Accessments. 1963-1985.
     	3        		Bills. 1961.
     	4        		Cash Journal. 1959-1967.
     	5        		Check Receipts. Conference Account. 1966-1976.
     	6        		Check Receipts. Conference Account. 1978-1980.
     	7        		Check Receipts. Leo Baeck Account. 1962-1974.
     	8        		Check Receipts. WUPJ Account. 1979.
     	9        		Deposit Slips. 1959.                   
     	10       		Israel Commission Receipts. 1975-76; 1979.
     	11       		Israel Commission Receipts. 1977-1978.
     	12       		Israel $5 Campaign Receipts. 1980.
     	13       		Leo Baeck Acknowledgments. 1977.
    	14       		Leo Baeck Acknowledgments. January - June 1978,
     	15       		Leo Baeck  Acknowledgments. August - December 1978.
     	16       		Leo Baeck. Bank Statements. 1963-1973.
     	17       		Leo Baeck. Contributors. 1975-1980.
     	18       		Leo Baeck Receipts. 1980-June 1981.

B3   	1        		Leo Baeck Receipts. July-December 1981.
     	2        		New York Office Reports. 1965-1979.
     	3        		Receipts. 1974.
     	4        		Receipts. 1975.
     	5       		Receipts. 1976.
     	6        		Receipts. 1977.
     	7        		Receipts. 1978.
     	8        		Receipts. 1979.
     	9        		Receipts. 1980.
     	10       		Receipts. 1981.
     	11       		Union of American Hebrew Congregation [UAHC] Bills. 1969-1964.
     	12       		UAHC Bills. 1975.
     	13       		UAHC Bills. 1976.
     	14       		UAHC Bills. 1977.
     	15       		UAHC Bills. 1978-1980.

SERIES C. CONFERENCES. 1928-1986.

[n.b. Sound/Video  recordings of sessions of conferences are catalogued seperately under Small
Collections.]

C1   	1 	       	1st Conference. [Berlin, Germany] 1928.
     	2 	       	2nd  Conference. [London, Great Britain]  1930.
     	3        		3rd Conference. [London, Great Britain] 1934. 
     	4       		4th Conference. [Amsterdam, Holland] 1937. 
     	5        		5th Conference. [London, Great Britain] 1946 
     	6        		6th Conference. [London, Great Britain] 1949. 
     	7        		7th Conference Correspondence. [London, Great Britain] 1951.
    	8			7th Conference. Photos.
     	9        		7th Conference. Delegate Information.
     	10       		7th Conference. Press Releases, Reports
     	11       		8th Conference. [London, Great Britain] 1953.
     	12       		9th Conference. [Paris, France] 1955.
     	13       		9th Conference. Photos.
     	14       		10th Conference. [Amsterdam, Holland] 1957.
     	15       		11th Conference. [London, Great Britain] 1959.
     	16       		12th Conference. Correspondence. [London, Great Britain] 1960.
     	17       		12th Conference. Correspondence. January - March 1961.
     	18       		12th Conference. Correspondence. April - May 1961.
     	19       		12th Conference. Correspondence. June - July 1961.
     	20       		12th Conference. Correspondence. 1962.
     	21       		12th Conference. Delegate Information.
     	22       		12th Conference. Reports, Nearprint.
        
C2   	1        		13th Conference. [Paris, France] 1964.
     	2        		13th Conference. Photos. 
     	3        		13th Conference. Photos.
     	4        		14th Conference. [London, Great Britain] 1966.
     	5        		14th Conference. Transcript. July 5 - July 7.
     	6        		14th Conference. Transcript. July 8 - July 10.
     	7        		15th Conference. Correspondence, Delegate Information. [Jerusalem,
                   			Israel] 1968.
     	8        		15th Conference. Photos.
     	9        		15th Conference. Reports.
     	10       		16th Conference. Photos. [Amsterdam, Holland] 1970.
     	11       		16th Conference. Program, Delegate Information. 
     	12       		16th Conference. Reports.
     	13       		17th Conference. [Geneva, Switzerland] 1972.
     	14       		18th Conference. Correspondence. [London, Great Britain] 1974.
     	15       		18th Conference. Planning Committee.
     	16       		18th Conference. Programming.

C3   	1        		19th Conference. Correspondence, Program. [Jerusalem, Israel] 1976.
     	2        		19th Conference. Reports.
     	3        		20th Conference. Correspondence, Program [Amsterdam, Holland]. 1978.
     	4        		20th Conference. Reports.
     	5        		21th Conference. Planning Correspondence. [Jerusalem, Israel] 1980.
     	6        		21th Conference.  Delegates.
     	7        		21th Conference. Press/Media.
     	8        		21th Conference. Programming. 
     	9        		21th Conference. Reports/Speeches.
     	10       		22st/ 23nd Conferences. [Jerusalem, Israel. Toronto, Canada]. 1984;1986.
     	11       		Unidentified Conference Photos. n.p; n.d.
     	12       		Unidentified Conference Photos. n.p.; n.d.
     	13       		Unidentified Conference Photos. n.p; n.d.
                

SERIES D. OFFICE OF THE HONORABLE SECRETARY/PRESIDENT. 1928-1993.

Geographic Files. 1928-1982.
D1   	1        		Africa. Photos.
     	2        		Argentina. 1941-1956; 1976.
     	3        		Argentina. Photos. 
     	4        		Australia. 1928-1933.
     	5        		Australia. 1934-1948.
     	6        		Australia. 1952-1961; 1975.
     	7        		Australia. 1962-1970.
     	8        		Australia. 1971-1981.
     	9       		Australia. Photos.
     	10       		Austria. 1958-1975, n.d.
     	11       		Belgium. 1928-1932; 1944; 1957-1979; 1981.
        
D2   	1        		Brazil. 1933-1947; 1959-1977.
     	2        		Brazil. 1978-1980.
     	3        		Canada. 1954-1955.
     	4        		Canada. 1960-1962; 1968.
     	5        		China. 1941;1947.
     	6        		Cuba. 1974.
     	7        		Curaco.1948-1962.
     	8        		Danzig. 1937-1939.
     	9        		Denmark. 1923-1933.                            
     	10       		England. Photos.
     	11       		France. 1929-1950.
     	12       		France. 1951-1956.
     	13       		France. 1957-1959.
        
D3   	1        		France. 1960-1961.
     	2        		France. 1962-1970.
     	3			France. 1971-1974.
     	4        		France. 1975-1981.
     	5        		France. Photos.
     	6        		Germany. 1932; 1944-1947.
        
D4   	1        		Germany. 1948-1952.
     	2        		Germany. 1955-1958.
     	3        		Germany. 1959-1962.
     	4        		Germany. 1963-1979.
     	5        		Germany- Berlin. 1926-1932.
     	6        		Germany- Berlin. 1940-1950.
     	7        		Germany- Berlin. 1951-1952.

D5   	1        		Germany- Berlin. 1953-1954.
     	2        		Germany- Berlin. 1957-1958.
     	3        		Germany- Berlin. 1961-1979.
    	4        		Germany- Dusseldorf. 1965-1971.
     	5        		Germany- Frankfort. 1966-1970.
     	6        		Ghana. 1960.
     	7        		Great Britain. 1934-1951; 1981.
     	8        		Holland. 1931-1937.
     	9        		Holland. 1961-1969 (1)
     	10      		Holland. 1961-1969 (2)
     	11       		Holland. 1970-1979.
     	12       		Holland. Photos.

D6   	1        		India. 1941-1956.
     	2        		India. 1957-1960.
     	3        		India. 1961-1976.
     	4        		India. Photos. 
     	5        		Israel. 1926-1936.
     	6        		Israel. 1937-1954.
     	7        		Israel. 1965-1969.
     	8	        	Israel. 1970-1974.
     	9        		Israel. 1975-1982.
     	10       		Israel. Photos.
     	11       		Israel- Haifa. 1937-1936.
        
D7   	1        		Israel- Haifa. 1947-1961.
     	2        		Israel- Jerusalem. 1939-1961; 1971.
     	3        		Israel- Tel Aviv. 1937-1956.
     	4        		Italy. 1926-1938.
     	5        		Italy. 1956-1962.
     	6        		Italy. 1964-1974.
     	7        		Netherlands. 1928-1955.
     	8        		New Zealand. 1959-1961.
     	9        		New Zealand. Photos.
     	10       		New Zealand- Auckland. 1960-1968.
     	11       		New Zealand- Wellington. 1960-1961; 1980.
     	12       		Norway. 1946.
     	13       		Panama. Photos.
     	14       		Peru. 1954.
        
D8   	1        		Poland. 1926-1928
     	2        		Poland. 1929-1930.
     	3        		Poland. 1931-1936; 1946.
     	4        		Poland. Photos.
     	5        		Portugal. 1933-1936.   
     	6        		Roumania. 1926-1932; 1946-1947.
     	7        		South Africa. 1929-1934.
     	8        		South Africa.  1935-1939.
     	9        		South Africa. 1940-1947.
     	10       		South Africa. 1948-1960.
     	11       		South Africa. 1961-1976, n.d.
     	12       		South Africa- Durban. 1962-1963.
     	13       		South Africa-  Johannesburg. 1961-1981.
     	14       		Southern Rhodesia. 1956; 1961-1976.
     	15       		Southern Rhodesia. Photos. 
        
D9   	1        		South America. 1962-1976.
     	2        		Spain. 1962-1963; 1965; 1968; 1970; 1975.
     	3        		Sweden. 1926-1933.
     	4        		Sweden. 1934-1958.
     	5        		Sweden. 1959-1969.
     	6        		Sweden. 1971-1979; 1981; n.d.
     	7        		Switzerland. 1937; 1956- June 1956.
     	8        		Switzerland. July 1957 - 1959.
     	9        		Switzerland. 1960-1964.
     	10       		Switzerland. 1965-1969.
     	11       		Switzerland. 1970-1975.
     	12       		Switzerland. 1976-1981.
     	13       		Switzerland- Geneva. 1964-1975.
     	14      		 West Indies. 1943-1956.
        
Subject Files. 1926 -1981.
D10  	1       		Aaron, Marcus Lester. [United States] 1926-1936.
     	2        		Administrative Committee. Minutes. 1966-1969. 
     	3        		American Board. A, General. 1960-1980.
     	4        		American Board. B, General. 1959-1978.
     	5        		American Board. C, General. 1960-1976.
     	6        		American Board. D, General. 1960-1979.
     	7        		American Board. E, General. 1976.
     	8        		American Board. F, General. 1961-1979.
     	9        		American Board. G, General. 1960-1979.
     	10       		American Board. H, General. 1960-1980.
     	11       		American Board. I, General. 1962-1964.
     	12       		American Board. J, General. 1959-1977.
     	13       		American Board. K, General. 1961-1971.
     	14       		American Board. L, General. 1960-1980.
     	15       		American Board. M, General. 1960-1980.
     	16       		American Board. N, General. 1960-1972.
     	17       		American Board. R, General. 1960-1971.
     	18       		American Board. Reports to Head Office. 1961-1975.
     	19       		American Board. S, General. 1960-1980.
        
D11  	1        		American Board  Secretary (A.B.S.). Scheurer, Simon- American Council.
           			        [Italy] 1947.
     	2        		ABS Scheuer, Simon - American Joint Distribution Committee.
				 1947-1949.
     	3        		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Finkelstein, Charles. [United States] 1948-1950. 
     	4        		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Handel, Alexander. [United States] 1947-1948. 
     	5        		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Hebrew University. [Israel] 1950-1951. 
     	6        		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Jarblum, Laura. [France] 1952-1953. 
     	7        		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Kahn, Auren. [France] 1948-1951. 
     	8        		ABS Scheuer, Simon- Katzki, Herbert. [France] 1952. 
     	9        		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Leschcziner, Horst.[Italy] 1951-1952. 
     	10       		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Margolis, Laura. [France] 1947-1948. 
     	11       		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Manaster, A. [Belgium] 1948-1949. 
     	12       		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Mendel, Kate. [Belgium] 1947-1941. 
     	13       		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Mosowicz, Jerzy. [France] 1947-1948. 
     	14       		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Naar, Jacques. [United States] 1948-1951. 
     	15       		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Paris, France. Home Correspondence. 1947-1948.
     	16       		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Joseph. [France] 1947-1948. 
     	17       		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Union of Jewish Students. [France] 1948-1950. 
     	18       		ABS Scheuer, Simon - Union of Jewish Students. 1951-1953. 
     	19       		American Board. T, General. 1962.
     	20       		American Board. W, General. 1960-1976.
          
D12  	1        		Anglo Jewish Association. 1960-1976.
     	2        		Bamberger, Rabbi Bernard. [United States] 1970-1980. 
     	3        		Baeck, Rabbi Leo. [Germany] 1925-1932. 
    	4        		Baeck, Rabbi Leo. 1933-1939; 1945-1953.
     	5        		Baeck, Rabbi Leo. 1948. 75th Birthday Celebration.
     	6        		Baeck. Rabbi Leo. 1952- August 1954. Festschrift: “Aspects of Judaism.”
     	7        		Baeck, Rabbi Leo. September 1953-1954. Festschrift.
     	8        		Baeck, Rabbi Leo. 1956. In Memorium.
     	9        		Ben-Chorin, Schalom [Israel] 1960-1973. 
     	10       		Brandt, Rabbi Henry. Development in Europe. [Switzerland] 1974-1976.

D13  	1        		Bucks, Michael. Honorable Treasurer [Great Britain] 1974-1978.
     	2        		Calisch, Edward N.  [United States] 1927-1940.
     	3        		Central British Fund for Jewish Relief and Rehabilitation. 1947-1956.
     	4        		Central Conference of American Rabbis. 1953-1956.
    	5        		Commission on Present Thought and Practice in Progressive Judaism
                  			(Authority Committee). 1932-July 1937.
     	6        		Commission on Present Thought. August-December 1937.
     	7        		Commission on Present Thought. 1938-1939.
     	8        		Commission on Present Thought. n.d.
     	9        		Conference on Jewish Claims Against Germany. Constituent 
                   			Representation. 1962-1965.
     	10       		Conference. Correspondence. 1962-1966.
        
D14  	1        		Conference. Judische Religion im Zeitalter der Emanzipation. 1961-1966.
     	2        		Conference. Levi, John [Australia] 1967.
     	3        		Conference. Memoranda. 1963-1975. 
    	4        		Conference. Publications Project. 1960-1971.
     	5        		Conference. Report. 1971.
     	6        		Constitutions. European Board. 1974-1975.
     	7        		Continental Jewry. 1963-1966.
     	8        		Currick, Max. [United States] 1939-1940. 
        
D15  	1       	 	Daniels, Gerard. [United States] 1980-1982. 
     	2        		Dienenmann, Max.[Germany]  1926-1939. 
     	3       		East Europe. 1936; 1946-1947.
     	4        		Enelow, Human G. [United States] 1927-1932. 
     	5        		Eisendrath, Maurice. [United States] 1960-1973. 
     	6        		European Board. A, General. 1967-1975.
     	7        		European Board. Action Subcommittee Correspondence. 1967-1968.
       			            [Incorporated into European Board Executive Committee after

                   			1970.]
    	8        		European Board. Action Subcomittee. Minutes/Agendas. 1967-1970.
     	9        		European Board. B, General. 1967-1981.
     	10       		European Board. C, General. 1977-1980.
        
D16  	1        		European Board. D, General. 1966-1978.
     	2        		European Board. E, General. 1959-1979.
     	3        		European Board Minutes. 1962-1964.
     	4        		European Board Minutes. 1965-1967; 1979.
     	5        		European Board Executive Committee Minutes. 1962-1964.
     	6        		European Board. F, General. 1976.
     	7        		European Board. G, General. 1968-1978.
     	8        		European Board. General Correspondence. 1959-1961.
     	9        		European Board. General Correspondence. 1962-1968.
     	10       		European Board. General Correspondence. 1977.
     	11       		European Board. General Correspondence. 1979.
     	12       		European Board. General Correspondence. 1979.
        
D17  	1        		European Board. General Correspondence. 1980.
     	2        		European Board. H, General. 1967-1978.
     	3        		European Board. I, General. 1976-1979.
     	4        		European Board. J, General. 1967-1980.
     	5        		European Board. L, General. 1967-1980.
     	6        		European Board. M, General. 1964-1979.
     	7        		European Board. N, General. 1963-1970.
     	8        		European Board-North American Board Correspondence. 1978-1981.

D18  	1        		European Board. R, General. 1963-1972.
     	2        		European Board. R, General. 1973-1979.
     	3        		European Board. S, General. 1962-1976.
     	4        		Evans, Jane. [United States] 1968-1979. 
    	5        		Finances. Correspondence. 1937-1950; 1981-1982. 
     	6        		First Commission. 1942-1943.
     	7        		Fleg, Edmund. [France] 1929-1930. 
     	8        		Franklin, Leo. [United States] 1927-1939. 
     	9        		Freiberg, Mrs. J. Walter. [United States] 1926-1940. 

D19  	1        		Freehof, Solomon B. [United States] 1960-1964. 
     	2        		Friends of Progressive Judaism in Europe. Correspondence. 1966-1980. 
     	3        		Friends of Progressive Judaism in Europe. Minutes. 1967-1980. 
     	4        		Goldberg, Rabbi P. Selvin. [Great Britain] 1949-1952. 
     	5        		Goldenson, Samuel H. [United States] 1933-1940. 
     	6        		Goldman, Robert P. [United States] 1937-1941. 
        
D20  	1        		Governing Body Minutes. 1926-1928. 
     	2        		Governing Body Minutes. 1929-1930.
     	3        		Governing Body Minutes. 1931-1932.
     	4        		Governing Body Minutes. 1933-1935.
     	5        		Governing Body Minutes. 1936-1939.
        
D21  	1        		Governing Body Minutes. 1940-1947.
     	2        		Governing Body Minutes. 1948-1952.
     	3        		Governing Body Minutes. 1953-1957.
    	4        		Governing Body Minutes. 1958-1959.
     	5        		Governing Body Minutes. 1950-1964.
     	6        		Governing Body Minutes. 1965-1971.
        
D22  	1        		Governing Body Minutes. 1972-1976.
     	2        		Governing Body Minutes. 1977-1979.
     	3        		Governing Body Minutes. 1980-1981.
     	4        		Hamberger, Bianka. [Germany] 1933-1937. 
     	5        		Hebrew Union College. 1960-1973.
     	6        		Heller, Bernard. [United States] 1951-1952. 
     	7        		Henriques, Basil L. [Great Britain] 1926-1947. 
        
D23  	1        		Hirsch, Rabbi Richard.[United States; Israel] 1967-1974.
     	2        		Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. 1975-1982.
     	3        		International Association for Liberal Christianity. 1974-1978.
     	4        		Israel Committee. Minutes. 1967-1975. 
     	5        		Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism. 1978-1980.
     	6        		Italiener, Bruno. [Germany] 1927-1937. 
     	7        		Jacobs, Bertram. Birthday Greetings [Great Britain] 1964-80; n.d.
     	8        		Jacobs, Bertram. Carbons of correspondence. 1979.
     	9        		Jacobs, Bertram. Carbons. 1980.
     	10       		Jacobs, Bertram. Carbons. 1981.

D24  	1        		Jacobs, Bertram. Correspondence. 1978-1981. 
     	2        		Jacobs, Phyllis. [Great Britain] 1959. 
     	3        		Joseph, Ernest. [Great Britain] 1930-1939. 
     	4        		Jubilee Anniversary. 1976.
     	5        		Kellerman, Heinz J. [Germany] 1936-1940. 
     	6        		Lasker, Rabbi Max. [Poland, Holland] 1929-1931; 1945-1946.
     	7        		Latin American Committee. Minutes. 1962-1981. 
     	8        		Lefkowitz, David. [United States] 1929-1935. 
     	9        		Lehmann, Joseph. [Germany] 1927-1937. 
     	10       		Leipziger, Emil W. [United States] 1939-1941; 1946. 
     	11       		Leo Baeck School. [Israel] 1960-1980. 
     	12       		Levy, Felix A. [United States] 1927-1937. 

D25  	1        		Levy, Louis-Germain. [France] 1925-1929. 
     	2        		Levy, Louis-Germain. 1930-1941.
     	3        		Liturgy Committee. 1930-1937.
     	4        		Liturgy Committee. 1938-1940.
     	5        		Loeb, Victor. [Switzerland] 1964-1965. 
     	6        		Manasse, Fritz. [Germany] 1957-1961. 
     	7        		Marcuson, Isaac E. [United States] 1927-1947. 
     	8        		Marriage/Agunoth. 1935; 1953-1957; 1970.
     	9        		Mattuck, Israel. [Great Britain] 1928-1950. 

D26  	1        		Montefiore, Claude. [Great Britain] January-June 1938. 
     	2        		Montefiore, Claude. July-September 1938.
     	3        		Montefiore, Claude. Remembrance Service. 1939.
     	4        		Montagu, Lily. Biography; Memorial.[Great Britain] 1936-1965
     	5        		Morgenstern, Julian. [United States] 1940-1950. 
     	6        		Morgenthau, Henry Jr. [United States] 1928-1953. 
     	7        		National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods. 1935-1941.
     	8        		National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. 1935-1940.
     	9        		National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. [Jane Evans] 1960-1980 

D27  	1       	 	Newfield, Morris. [United States] 1931-1933. 
    	2        		Nominations for Executive Positions. 1970-1979.
     	3        		North American Board Minutes. 1958-1984.
     	4        		Ollendorf, Paula. [Germany] 1926-1936.
     	5        		Peace Day. 1961-1962.
     	6        		Phillipson, Davis. [United States] 1926-1941. 
        
D28  	1        		Photographs. A, General.
     	2        		Photographs. B, General. 
     	3        		Photographs. C, General.
     	4        		Photographs. F, General.
     	5        		Photographs. Geographic Photographs.
     	6        		Photographs. H, General.
     	7        		Photographs. Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
     	8        		Photographs. I-J, General.
     	9        		Photographs. K, General.
     	10       		Photographs. L, General.
     	11       		Photographs. M, General.
     	12       		Photographs. O-P, General.
     	13       		Photographs. R, General.
     	14       		Photographs. S, General.
     	15       		Photographs. U, General.
     	16       		Photographs. Z, General.
     	17       		Photographs. 1965.
     	18       		Photographs. 1969.
     	19       		Photograph Negatives.
     	20       		Photographs. Unidentified.
     	21       		Photographs. Unidentified.
     	22       		Photographs. Unidentified.
     	23       		Photographs. Unidentified.
     	24       		Photographs. Annotated Notes.
     	25       		Publicity/Publications. 1927-1962; 1981.

D29  	1        		Rabinnic Council. 1958-1961.
     	2        		Rauch, Joseph. [United States] 1939-1941. 
     	3        		Raynor, John. [Great Britain] n.d.
     	4        		Reform Synagogues of Great Britain. 1957-1962.
     	5        		Reports. 1961.
     	6        		Rosenthall, Rabbi William. [United States] 1961-1963. 
     	7        		Rosenthall, Rabbi William. 1964-1966.
     	8        		Rosenthall, Rabbi William. 1967-1969.
     	9        		Rosenthall, Rabbi William. 1970-1980.
     	10       		Ronenco Ltd. [Great Britain] 1965-1971.        
      
D30  	1        		Sandmel, Samuel. [United States] 1978-1979. 
     	2        		Schulman, Samuel. [United States] 1926-1941. 
     	3        		Seligmann, Cesar. [Germany] 1925-1927. 
     	4        		Seligmann, Cesar. 1928-1830.
     	5        		Seligmann, Cesar. 1931-1941.
     	6        		Shankman, Rabbi Jacob. [United States] 1955-1960. 
     	7        		Shankman, Rabbi Jacob. 1961-1965.
     	8        		Shankman, Rabbi Jacob. 1966-1968.
     	9        		Shankman, Rabbi Jacob. 1969-1974.
        
D31  	1        		Shankman, Rabbi Jacob. 1975-1982.
     	2        		Silver, Rabbi Abba. [United States] 1934-1940. 
     	3        		Slides. n.d.
     	4        		Stern, Heinrich. [Germany] 1926-1929. 
     	5        		Stern, Henrich. 1930-1941.
     	6        		Tedsche, Sidney. [United States] 1932-1941. 
     	7        		Tenure Plan. 1979.
     	8        		Terumah. 1937-1939.
     	9        		Treasurer, World Union. 1960-1968.
     	10       		Union of American Hebrew Congregations. [UAHC] 1923-1933.
     	11      		UAHC. 1934-1937.
     	12       		UAHC. 1938-1941.
                                
D32  	1        		UAHC. 1945-1956; 1961-1965.
     	2        		UAHC. 1970-1975.
     	3        		Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues. [Great Britain] 1957-1962.
    	4        		Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues. 1969-1979.
     	5        		United Nations. 1945-1956.
     	6        		United Nations. Rights of Humans. 1957.
     	7        		United Nations. 1957-1960.
     	8        		Vogelstein, Ludwig. [United States] 1926-1931. 
     	9        		Vogelstein, Ludwig. 1932-1934.
        
D33  	1        		John Wadsworth Ltd. 1963-1979.
     	2        		Weil. A. Leo. [United States] 1920-1930.
     	3        		Weil, A. Leo. 1931-1938.
     	4        		Weitz, Rabbi Martin. [United States] 1960-1973. 
     	5        		Wice, Rabbi David. [United States] 1945-1969. 
     	6        		Wice, Rabbi David. 1970-1981.
     	7        		Wise, Stephen Samuel. [United States] 1925-1934. 
     	8        		Wolsey, Louis. [United States] 1925-1933. 
     	9        		World Zionist Organization. 1974-1977.

D34  	1        		Wuetow, Amalie. [Germany] 1930-1934. 
     	2        		Youdouvin, Ira. [United States] 1973-1976. 
     	3        		Youdouvin, Ira. 1977-1980. 
     	4        		Youth Section. Conference on Medical Ethics [Great Britain] 1979.
     	5        		Youth Section. Winter Conference. 1981.
     	6        		Youth Section. Correspondence. 1934-1951. 
     	7        		Youth Section. Correspondence. 1960.
     	8        		Youth Section. Correspondence. 1961-1962.
     	9        		Youth Section. Correspondence/ Newsletter Reports. 1976-1982; n.d.
                
D35  	1        		Youth Section. Magazines. 1965.
     	2        		Youth Section. Newsletter. Correspondence, Submissions. 1981.
     	3        		Youth Section. Press Clippings. 1947-1979.
     	4        		Youth Section. Publicity Material. 1980-1981.
     	5        		Youth Section. Reference Publications. 1966-1979.
     	6        		Youth Section. Services. n.d.
     	7        		Youth Section. Young Adults Section. Correspondence, Fliers. 1972-1977.
     	8        		Miscellaneous. Correspondence, Circulars, WUPJ Who’s Who 1933-1971.
        
Subject Files. 1982-1993.
D36  	1        		Daniels, Gerard. [United States] 1984; n.d. 
     	2        		Day, Donald. Correspondence. [United States] A-C, General. 1987-1993. 
     	3        		Day, Donald. D-F, General.
     	4        		Day, Donald. G-I, General.
     	5        		Day, Donald-Hirsch, Richard.
     	6        		Day, Donald. J-L, General.
     	7        		Day, Donald. M-O, General.
     	8        		Day, Donald. P-R, General.
        
D37  	1        		Day, Donald. S-U, General.
     	2        		Day, Donald-Strelzer, Martin.
     	3        		Day, Donald. W-Z, General.
     	4        		Evans, Jane. [United States] 1983. 
     	5        		Friends of Progressive Judaism. 1987.
     	6        		Governing Body Minutes. 1982-1986. 
     	7        		Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. 1984-1985.
     	8        		World Union Leadership. 1992-1993.
                  

SERIES E- OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. 1978-1993.

E1   	1        		Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. Correspondence. A-C, General. 1978-1983. 
     	2        		D-E, General.
     	3        		F-G, General.
     	4        		Gryn, Hugo.           
     	5        		H, General-Hirsch, Richard. 
     	6        		Headquarters- Move to Israel. [1971]
     	7        		Ho-J, General. 
     	8        		K-Ko, General.
     	9        		Kushner-L, General.
     	10       		M-Q, General.
     	11       		R-S, General.
     	12       		T-W, General. 
     	13       		X-Z, General.
        
E2   	1        		Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. Correspondence. A, General. 1984-1989. 
     	2        		B, General.
     	3        		C, General. 
     	4        		D, General.
     	5        		E-F, General.
     	6        		G, General.
     	7        		H-I, General.
     	8        		J, General.
     	9        		K, General.
     	10       		Kulwin, Clifford.
     	11       		L, General.
     	12       		M, General.
     	13       		N-P, General.
     	14       		Q-R, General.
     	15       		S, General.
                
E3   	1        		Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. Correspondence. Strelzer, Martin. 1984-1989.
     	2        		T, General.
     	3        		U-V, General.
     	4        		W-Z, General.
     	5        		Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. Correspondence. A-B, General. 1990-1995.
     	6        		C, General-Daniels.
     	7        		Day, Donald.
     	8        		E-G, General.
     	9        		H, General-Kuhn.
     	10       		Kulwin-L, General.
     	11       		M-Q, General.
     	12       		R, General-Scheuer.
     	13       		Schindler-Stone.
     	14       		Strelzer, Martin.
     	15       		Su-Z, General.
     	16       		Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. Correspondence. A-Z, General. 1996.

     
SERIES F. OFFICE OF THE EUROPEAN DIRECTOR. [Youth Section] 1957-1967.

F1   	1        		American Contacts. 1965-1967.
     	2        		Arnhem Conference. 1965.
     	3        		Berlin Week. April 1965.
     	4        		Brussels, Belgium. 1966-1967.
     	5        		Cambridge Summer Institute. 1967.
     	6        		Christian Movement for Peace. 1966.
     	7        		European Action. 1967.
     	8        		European Journal.1965-1967.
     	9       		France. 1965-1967.
        
F2   	1        		Germany. 1965-1966.
     	2        		Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. 1965.
     	3        		Ilford, Germany. 1966-1967.
     	4        		Israel. 1964-1967.
     	5        		Interfaith Activities. 1965-1966.
     	6        		Manchester. 1964-1965.
     	7        		Miscellaneous. 1957-1967.
     	8        		NFTY. 1965-1967.
     	9        		Reform Synagogues of Great Britain. 1965-1967.
     	10       		Rosenthall, William/ Shankman Jacob. [United States] 1966-1967. 
     	11       		Sweden. 1965-1967.
        

SERIES G. NORTH AMERICAN DIRECTOR’S OFFICE. 1957-1996.

Geographic Files. 1957-1985.
G1   	1        		Argentina. 1978-1982.
     	2        		Argentina- Buenos Aires. (New Synagogue) 1969.         
     	3        		Australia/New Zealand. 1980-1984.
     	4       		Austria. 1981.
     	5        		Belgium. 1980-1981.
     	6        		Brazil. 1980-1983.
     	7        		Canada. 1982-1983.
     	8        		Chile. 1981-1982.
     	9        		Curaco. 1980-1983.
     	10       		France. 1980-1985.
     	11       		Germany. 1979-1982.
     	12       		Ghana. 1981.
     	13       		Great Britain. 1963-1982.
     	14       		India. 1980-1981.
     	15       		Italy. 1964-1977.
     	16       		Israel. 1980-1984
     	17       		Israel- Jerusalem. 1974-1981.
     	18       		Jamaica. 1972-1973.
     	19       		Japan. 1966-1971.
     	20       		Latin America. 1962-1969.
     	21       		Latin America Committee. 1967-1970.
     	22       		Netherlands. 1972-1982.
     	23       		New Guinea. 1980.
     	24       		New Zealand. 1965-1981.
     	25       		Norway/Phillipines. 1960-1978.
     	26       		Rumania. 1957-1975.
    	27       		Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands. 1976.
     	28       		South Africa. 1972-1982.
     	29       		South Africa- Cape Town. Sherman, Rabbi David. 1977.
     	30       		South Africa- Durban. 1972-1982.
     	31       		Sweden. 1980.
     	32       		Switzerland/Syria. 1971-1982.
     	33       		Switzerland-Zurich. Brand, Rabbi, Henry. 1974-1978.
     	34       		USSR/Yugoslavia. 1959-1970.

Subject Files. 1960-1981
G2   	1        		A, General.
     	2        		Aramov, S. Zalmon. Perpetual Dilemma. 1969-1980. 
     	3        		Adler, Robert. [United States] 1974-1977.
     	4        		Aliyah. (Press Reports) 1980.
     	5        		B-D, General. 
     	6        		Baar, Judge Emil. [United States] 1973-1980.
     	7        		Bamberger, Dr. Bernard. Biography, Photo [United States] n.d.
     	8        		Bar/Bat Mitvah. 1972-1979.
     	9        		Ben-Chorin, Rabbi Tovia. [Israel] 1978-1981.
     	10       		Biographies. Photos. 1973.
     	11       		Biographies. 1980.
     	12       		Central Conference of American Rabbis. 1978-1980.
     	13       		CCAR Conference. [Pittsburgh, PA] 1980.
     	14       		Daniels, Ruth. [United States] 1977-1979.
     	15       		Eisendrath, Maurice.[United States] 1973-1976. 
     	16       		Evans, Jane. [United States] 1978.
     	17       		France- Paris. Bombing of Synagogue. 1980.
     	18       		Friends Mailing Campaign. 1977.
     	20       		Fund Raising Committee. 1980.
     	21       		Goldstein, Laura. [United States] 1979-1980.
     	22       		Gottschalk, Alfred.[United States] 1972-1974.
     	23       		Governing Body Meeting. New York. 1980.
     	24       		Gryn, Rabbi Hugo. [Great Britain] 1962-1980.
     	25       		Gutmann, Alexander. 1973-1980.
     	26       		Har El Synagogue. [Israel] 1969-1985.
     	27       		Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. Biography, Photo. [Israel] n.d.
     	28       		Inquiries about World Union. 1980.
     	29       		Institute for Jewish Ethics. n.d.
     	30       		Israel Diaspora Resolution. n.d.
     	31       		Jacobs, Bertram. [Great Britain] 1972-1979.
     	32       		Jerusalem Property Ownership. 1967-1971.
        
G3   	1        		K, General.
     	2        		Kemper, Morton. Biography. n.d.
     	3        		Keren Kibbutz.[Israel] 1976-1981.
     	4        		Kol Sherith Israel. [Panama] 1974-1980.
     	5        		Kronish, Rabbi Leo. 1971-1977.
     	6        		Kushner, Rabbi Paul. Biography. [United States] n.d.
     	7        		Latin American Commission. 1975-1980.
     	8        		Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain] 1977-1980.
     	9        		Leo Baeck School. [Israel] History, Correspondence. 1969-1976.
     	10       		Leo Baeck School. 1977-1978.
     	11       		Leo Baeck School. 1979-1980.
     	12       		Levitt, Norma.(United Nations) [United States] 1974-1979.
     	13       		Lily Montagu Memorial Fund. 1963-1965.
     	14       		Lowenthal, E. G. [Germany] 1975-1979.
     	15       		Malino, Rabbi Jerome. Rabbinic Cabinet Membership Applications,
                   			Photo,  Biography. [United States] 1981.
     	16       		Media Clippings. 1972-1980. 
     	17       		Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. Correspondence. 1967-1979.
     	18       		Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. Memoranda/Publications. 1965-
                   			1969.
     	19       		Montagu, Lily (Research proposal) 1977.

G4   	1        		N, General.
     	2        		National Exchange Program. 1979.
     	3        		Newman, C.M. 1973-1974.
     	4        		North American Board- Constitution. 1973.
     	5        		North American Board. 1973-1980.
     	6        		North American Board- Membership Lists. 1971-1979.
     	7        		North American Board Minutes. 1958-1965.
     	8        		North American Board Minutes. 1964.
     	9        		North American Board Minutes. 1972.
     	10       		North American Board Minutes. 1973.
     	11       		North American Board Minutes. 1974.
     	12       		North American Board Minutes. 1975.
     	13       		North American Board Minutes. 1976.
     	14       		North American Board Minutes. 1977.
     	15       		North American Board Minutes. 1978.
     	16       		North American Board Minutes. 1979.
     	17       		North American Board- Nominations. 1972.
     	18       		Oil Crisis. 1973-1974.
     	19       		Organization of Reform Zionists. 1977.
     	20       		P-R, General. 
     	21       		Petuchowski, Rabbi Jakob. Prayerbook Reform in Europe. 
              			Correspondence, Royalty Reports. 1962-1981.
     	22       		Petuchowski, Rabbi Jakob. Prayerbook Reform in Europe. Manuscript.
                   			1965-1972.
     	23       		Petuchowski, Rabbi Jakob. Prayerbook Reform in Europe.  Publicity	Review. 1968-1972.
     	24       		Plaut, Rabbi Gunther.[Canada] 1963-1971. 
     	25       		Plaut, Rabbi Gunther. 1960-1979.
     	26       		Plaut, Rabbi Gunther. Publishers Permission. 965-1977.
     	27       		Plaut, Rabbi Gunther. Rise of Reform Judaism. Permission toPublish/Study Guide/Reviews. 1962-1977.
     	28       		Plaut, Rabbi Gunther. Growth of Reform Judaism. Review. 1966-1967.

G5   	1        		Polish, Rabbi David. Renew Our Days. [United States] 1976.
     	2	        	Project Source Book. 1979.
     	3        		Raynor, Rabbi John. [Great Britain] 1971-1977.
     	4        		Reform Judaism Today. 1980. 
     	5        		Reform Synagogues of Great Britain. 1974-1980.
     	6        		Rotem, Rabbi Mordecai. Biography. [Israel]. 1982; n.d.
    	7        		Samuels, Rabbi Robert. Leo Baeck School. [Israel] 1977-1980.
     	8        		Secretary Crisis. 1980.
     	9        		Schindler, Alexander. [United States] 1974-1979.
     	10       		Shankman, Rabbi Jacob. Personnel Committee. [United tates]  1974-1980.
     	11       		Skirball, Rabbi Henry. Photo. [United States] 1971-1976.
     	12       		Spanish Publications. 1974-1977.
     	13       		T-U, General.
     	14       		Tarlow, Rabbi Peter. [Chile] 1980-1981.
     	15       		Union of American Hebrew Congregations [UAHC]- Biennial. 1975.
     	16       		UAHC- Biennial. 1977.
     	17       		UAHC- Biennial. 1979.
     	18       		UAHC- Biennial. 1979.
     	19       		UAHC-  Biennial, WUPJ Worship Services.. 1962-1971.
     	20       		UAHC- Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1971-1980. 
     	21       		UAHC- Regional Directors Correspondence/Newsletter. 1973-1980.
     	22       		UAHC- Regional Directors Program Committee. 1975-1980.
     	23       		Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues. Report. 1979.
     	24       		United Nations Nongovernmental Organizations. 1971-1979.
     	25       		Weill, Erna. Photo of Sculpture. 1969-1971.
     	26       		Werner, Rabbi Rene. [Brazil] 1980-1981.
     	27       		Wice, Rabbi David. Biography, Photos. [United States]  1973-1980.
     	28       		Wolff, Ernest. 1980.
     	29       		World Council of Synagogues. 1976.
     	30       		World Union of Progressive Judaism- Governing Body, Geneva. 1979.
     	31       		WUPJ- Governing Body. Paris. 1981.
     	32       		WUPJ- Governing Body Lists. 1974-1981
     	33       		WUPJ- International Commission. 1980.
     	34       		WUPJ- Mailings to CCAR. 1980.
     	35       		WUPJ- Mailings to UAHC. 1980.
     	36       		WUPJ- Trip. [Egypt] 1980. Purim.
     	37       		WUPJ- Updated Overseas Listing. 1981.
     	38       		WUPJ- Vice Presidents List. 1979.
     	39       		WUPJ/ARZA Coordinating Committee. 1979. 
        
G6   	1        		World Jewish Congress. 1969-1977. 
     	2        		World Zionist Congress. Clippings, Resolutions. 1978.
     	3        		X, General.
     	4        		Yoseloff, Thomas. 1979.
     	5        		Youdovin, Rabbi Ira. [United States] Biography. Correspondence.
				1973-1980.
      6        		Zemer, Rabbi Moshe. [Israel] 1978-1980.
      7        		Zemer, Rabbi Moshe. US Trip. 1980.


Subject Files. 1981-1985.
G6   	8        		$5 Per Family Israel Campaign. 
     	9        		ARZA
     	10       		Barnett, Joe (European Board)[Great Britain].
     	11       		Barr, Emil–Estates and Trusts. 1977-
     	12       		Belin, David. [United States]
     	13       		Chase Bank.
     	14       		Contributors.
     	15       		Cohen, Richard Associates. Press Clippings. 1983. 
     	16       		Curaco Mission of 1982.  Correspondence. Publicity. 1981-1982
     	17       		Curaco Mission. Registrations. Correspondence. 1981-1982. 
     	18       		Daniel, Gerard [United States].
     	19       		European Board.
    	20       		European Commission. 1981.
     	21       		Fund Raising and Meeting.
    	22       		G, General.
     	23       		Gittelsohn, Rabbi Roland.  1983.
     	24       		Governing Body Meeting. Paris. 1981.
     	25       		Governing Body List. Updated 1983.
     	26       		Graetz, Rabbi Roberto. [Latin America] 
     	27       		Gryn, Rabbi Hugo. [Great Britain]
     	28       		H, General.
    	29       		Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.  1971-1985.

G7   	1        		I, General.
     	2        		International Conference. 
     	3        		Israel Commission.
     	4        		Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism.
     	5        		J, General.
     	6        		Jewish Agency. (Historical background)
     	7        		K, General.
     	8        		Kamin, Rabbi Ben. [United States]
     	9        		Kaplan, Kivi– Estate 1975-.
     	10       		Kemper, Morton.[United States]
     	11      		Klenicki, Rabbi Leon. [Argentina] 1969-
     	12       		Klorfein, Jerome-Estate
     	13       		Kol Shearith Israel, Panama. 
     	14       		Kulwin, Rabbi Clifford.[United States, Brazil]
     	15       		L, General.
     	16       		Latin American Federation. 1981.
     	17       		Levites, Sol and Dorothy.[United States]
     	18       		Levitt, Norma. United Nations. [United States]
     	19       		Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
     	20       		Leo Baeck School. [Israel]
     	21       		Levi, Rabbi John. [Australia] 1980-1985.
     	22       		Memorial Foundation of Jewish Culture.
     	23       		N, General.
     	24       		National Federation of Temple Sisterhood.
     	25       		Netzer Olami.
     	26       		Newman, Raquel.[United States]
     	27       		North American Board Meeting. 1981.
     	28       		O, General.
     	29       		P, General.
     	30       		Perelson, Samuel. 
     	31       		Personnel Committee.
     	32       		R, General.
     	33       		Rabbinic Placement Task Force.
     	34       		Ruttenberg, Harold and Kitty. [United States]
     	35       		S, General.
     	36       		Sobel, Rabbi Henry [Brazil].
     	37       		Samuels, Rabbi Robert. Leo Baeck School. [Israel]
     	38       		South Africa Study Mission of 1981. Brochures.
     	39       		South Africa Study Mission. Correspondence. 1981-1983.
     	40       		South African Union for Progressive Judaism.
     	41       		Steering Committee.

G8   	1        		T, General.
     	2        		Tru-Check. Mailing Lists. 
     	3        		U, General.
     	4        		Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
     	5        		United Jewish Appeal.
     	6        		Underlieder Family. [United States]
     	7        		W, General.
     	8        		Weil, Laura- Estate. 
     	9        		Weil, Leopold.
     	10       		Williams, Rabbi Michael. [France]
     	11       		World Education Center. [Israel] 1978-. 
     	12       		World Union of Progressive Judaism/UAHC Biennial Luncheon. 1982.
     	13       		Youdovin, Rabbi Ira. [United States]


Subject Files. 1986.
G8   	14       		A, General.
     	15       		Ammerman, Harvey and Lenell. [United States]
     	16       		Association of Reform Zionists of America.
     	17       		B, General.
     	18       		Baar, Emil-Estate.
     	19       		Bar/Bat Mitzvah Promotion.
     	20       		Barish, Bruria.
     	21       		Barnett, Joe. [Great Britain]
     	22       		Belin, David. [United States]
     	23       		C, General.
     	24       		Central Conference of American Rabbis.
     	25       		Committee of 1000.
     	26       		Contributors.
     	27       		Corps of Service.
     	28       		D, General.
     	29       		Daniels, Gerry and Ruth. [United States] 1985-
     	30       		Day, Donald. [United States]
     	31       		Dobbs, Stephen.
     	32       		Drafts Solicitation letter.
     	33       		E, General.
     	34       		Eisenpreis, Bettyjane. [United States] 1985-
     	35       		Executive Committee. 

G9   	1        		F, General.
     	2        		Finance Committee.
     	3        		Foundation Letters.
     	4        		Friends of the World Union.
     	5        		G, General.
     	6        		Great Touring Adventures (Goldman, Peggy)
     	7        		H, General.
     	8        		Hebrew Union College -Jewish Institute of Religion. (World Education	Center) [Israel] 1985-
     	9        		Investment Committee.
     	10       		J, General.
     	11       		K, General. 
     	12       		Kahn, Zelda. 1985-
     	13       		Kreshtool, Connie. (National Federation of Temple Sisterhood) [France]
     	14       		Kulwin, Rabbi Clifford. [Brazil]
     	15       		L, General.
     	16       		Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
     	17       		Levi, Rabbi John. [Australia].
     	18       		Levites, Sol. [United States]
     	19       		Levitt, Norma. United Nations. [United States]
     	20       		Levy, Ina Rae. 
     	21       		Los Angeles UAHC Biennial Dinner. 1985.
     	22       		M, General.
     	23       		Mankoff, Ronald. [United States]
     	24       		Media Contacts.
     	25       		Memos.
     	26       		Miller, Howard..
     	27       		Miscellaneous.
     	28       		N, General.
     	29       		North American Board.
     	30       		O-R, General. 
     	31       		Plaut, Rabbi W. Gunther. [Canada]
     	32       		R, General. 
     	33       		Religious School Contributions.
     	34       		Ross, Matthew. [United States]
     	35       		Rotel, Rabbi Mordecai. [Israel]
     	36       		Rothschild, Charles. [United States]
     	37       		S, General.
     	38       		Safdie, Moshe. World Education Center. [Israel]
     	39       		Samuels, Victor.
     	40       		Scheuer, Richard. [United States]
     	41       		Schindler, Rabbi Alexander.[United States]
     	42       		Schoolman, Rabbi Leonard. [United States]
     	43       		Schwarz, Eleanor. (National Federation of Temple Sisterhood)
     	44       		Seigel, Saul.(HUC-JIR) [United States]
     	45       		Smerling, Beverly. [United States]
     	46       		Sobel, Rabbi Henry. [Brazil]
     	47       		Solomon, Ira. [United States]1985-
     	48       		Stiffman, Rabbi Jeffrey (Shaare Emeth) [United States]
     	49       		Strelzer, Martin. [United States] 1985-.
G10  	1        		T, General.
     	2        		Telegrams.
     	3        		Tragash, Hal. 
     	4        		U-V, General.
     	5        		Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
     	6        		United Nation NGOs
     	7        		W-Z, General. 
     	8        		Whatley, J. Robert.
     	9        		Zeldon, Rabbi Isiah.

Subject Files. 1987.
G10  	10       		A, General.
     	11       		Arenzu. (Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism).
     	12       		Asner, Ed. [United States] 1985-
     	13       		B, General.
     	14       		Barnett, Joe. [Great Britain]
     	15       		Belin, David. [United States]
     	16       		Bello, Edward.
     	17       		Budget. 1986.
     	18       		Budget. 1987. 
     	19       		Canadian Council.
     	20       		Central Conference of American Rabbis.
     	21       		Committee Defining and Maintaining Relations with other Reform
                   			Organizations.
     	22       		Compass.
     	23       		Computerization Proposals.
     	24       		Conference of Presidents.
     	25       		Customs Broker.
     	26       		D, General.
     	27       		Daniel, Gerard. [United States]
     	28       		Eisenpreis, Bettyjane. [United States]
     	29       		Evans, Jane. [United States]
     	30       		Executive Committee.
     	31       		F, General.
     	32       		Financial Statements for Israel. 1986-1987.
     	33       		Foundation Letters.
     	34       		French Committee.
     	35       		Fund Raising Subcommittee of the North American Board. 
     	36       		Fund Raising Letter.
     	37       		Fund Raising Materials. 
     	38       		Funding Steering Committee for Israel.
     	39       		G, General.
     	40       		Glaser, Rabbi Joseph. (CCAR) [United States]
     	41       		Golan, Rabbi Haim.[Switzerland]
     	42       		Goldman, Raymond.[Great Britain]
     	43       		Grant, Arthur. [Canada]
     	44       		Gryn, Rabbi Hugo. [Great Britain]
     	45       		H-I, General. 
     	46       		Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
     	47       		Illinois Company.
     	48       		Insurance.
     	49       		International Marketing Tours. (Goldman, Peggy)
     	50       		Israel– General Bank.
     	51       		Israel- Jerusalem Plaque.
     	52       		Israel Program, CMT
     	53       		Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism.
     	54       		J, General.
     	55       		Jacobs, Katherine–Estate.
     	56       		Jewish Agency Funding.
     	57       		Jewish Organizations In Israel.

G11  	1        		K, General.
     	2        		Kedem Synagogue. [Israel]
     	3        		Kemper, Morton. [United States]
     	4        		Koret Foundation.
     	5        		L, General.
     	6        		Latin American Mission. Photos. 
     	7        		Lesh, Gunter. [South Africa]
	8		Lippman, Eugene.
	9		Littman, David. (United Nations)
	10		M, General.
     11       Malino, Rabbi Jerome. [United States]
     12       Manx, Malchiel.
     13       Mark I Communications.
     14       Marmur, Rabbi Dow.  [Canada]
     15       Melcher Law Office. [Tel Aviv, Israel]
     16       Miscellaneous.
     17       National Westminster Discount Brokerage.
     18       Newman, Raquel. [United States]
     19       North American Board. 
     20       North American Board– Nominating Committee. 
     21       Novick Report. 
     22       O-Q, General.
     23       Operating Statements.
     24       Oseran, Rabbi Joel [Israel]
     25       Peat Marwick.
     26       Personnel Committee.
     27       Plaut, Rabbi W. Gunther [Canada].
     28       R, General.
     29       Rabin, Rabbi Mark.[United States]
     30       Rabbinic Council.
     31       Rabbinic Emergency Fund.
     32       Reconstructionists.
     33       Reicher, Harry- Estate.
     34       Rosenbluth Travel.
     35       Ross Solicitation Letter.
     36       Ruby, Jack– Estate.
     37       Ruttenberg, Kitty. [United States]
     38       S, General.
     39       Schindler, Rabbi Alexander. [United States]
     40       Schwartz, Abe– Estate.
     41       Schwartz, Eleanor. National Federation of Temple Sisterhood.
		 [United States]
     42       Sobel, Rabbi Henry. [Brazil]
     43       Steering Commitee of WUPJ.
     44       Stern, Rabbi Jack.
     45       Syme, Rabbi Daniel. [United States]
     46       T, General.
     47       Telexes/Faxes.
     48       “To Build, To Renew.”
     49       Twinning Congregations.
     50       Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
     51       United Nations NGO’s. 
     52       Ungerlieder-Mayerson, Joy and the Dorot Foundation.
     53       Vallone, Pat. (WUPJ mailings) [United States]
     54       W-Z, General.
     55       Willsboro Property.
     56       World Education Center. [Beit Shmuel, Israel]
     57       WUPJ/HUC Hostel. [Beit Shmuel, Israel]
     58       World Zionist Organization Congress.
     59       Yoffie, Rabbi Eric. [United States]
     60       Zedek, Rabbi Michel.

Subject Files. 1988.
G12  1        A, General.
     2        American Zionist Federation.
     3        Ammi.
     4        American Reform Zionists of America.
     5        ARENZU (Israeli Progressive Reform Movement)
     6        Atlanta Committee.
     7        B, General.
     8        Bank Happoalim. [Israel]
     9        Barish, Bruria.
     10       Barnett, Joe. [Great Britain]
     11       Temple Beit Shmlo [Israel]
     12       Belin, David. [United States]
     13       Blue Ribbon Commission. 
     14       Budget. 1986.
     15       Budget. 1988.
     16       C, General.
     17       Central Conference of American Rabbis.
     18       Certificate Resolutions.
     19       Chicago/UAHC Biennial. 1987.
     20       Coalition for Jewish Unity Organizations.
     21       Computer Systems.
     22       Conference of Presidents.
     23       Constituent Constitutions. [NFTB and NFTS]
     24       Contributions.
     25       D, General.
     26       Daniels, Gerard. [United States]
     27       Day, Donald. [United States]
     28       E, General.
     29       Executive Committee.
     30       F, General.
     31       Falk, Rabbi Randall. [United States]
     32       Florida. Governing Body Meeting. 1989.
     33       Foundations. 
     34       Friends Campaign.
     35       Fund Raising.
     36       Fund Raising Institute. 

G13  1        G, General.
     2        Glaser, Rabbi Joe. (CCAR) [United States]
     3        Golam, Rabbi Haim. [Switzerland]
     4        Goldman, Allan B. 
     5        Golomb, Betty. (United Nations NGO, Soviet Jewry Committee) 
                   [United States]
     6        Gottschalk, Alfred. [United States]
     7        Gryn, Rabbi Hugo. [Great Britain]
     8        H, General.
     9        Hong Kong. 
     10       Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion.
     11       I, General.
     12       Israel 2000 Committee.
     13       Israel- Dedications. 1986.
     14       Israel- Funding and Steering Committee.
     15       Israel- USSR Tour. 1987.
     16       J-K, General. 
     17       Jerusalem Study Circle.
     18       Jewish Agency.
     19       Kedem Synagogue. (Daniel, Ruth and Gerry) [Tel Aviv, Israel]
     20       Kemper, Morton. [United States]
     21       Kesselman and Kesselman. [Israel]
     22       Koppel, Robert. [United States]
     23       Kroloff, Rabbi.
     24       Kulwin, Rabbi Clifford. [United States] 
     25       L, General.
     26       Latin America Tour. March 1987.
     27       Law of Return.(legitimacy of Reform conversions in Israel)
     28       Lesh, Gunter. [Australia and New Zealand Union for Progresive
			 Judaism]
     29       Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
     30       Levitt, Norma. [United States]
     31       Littman, David. [United Nations]
     32       M, General.
     33       Marmur, Rabbi Dow. [Canada]
     34       Miller, Maurice. 
     35       Minkoff, Rabbi Harry. [United States]
     36       N, General.
     37       Nashville Visit- March 1988.
     38       National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods.
     39       Newman, Raquel. [United States]
     40       News Update.
     41       North American Board.
     42       Novick, Martin.(Investment Committee) [United States]
     43       O-Q, General.
     44       Or Hadash. [Haifa, Israel]
     45       Oseran, Rabbi Joel. [Israel] 
     46       Petschek, Charles. [United States]
     47       Plaut, Rabbi W. Gunther. [Canada]
     48       Pomerantz, Rabbi Fred.
     49       Portes, Herbert.
     50       Prague/Budapest Study Mission. (includes Israel photo)
     51       Public Relations Committee.

G14  1        R, General.
     2        Reform Judaism.
     3        Reform Mailing.
     4        Religious Action Center. [Israel]
     5        Ross, Matthew. [United States]
     6        Ruttenburg, Harold and Kitty. [United States]
     7        S, General.
     8        Schindler, Rabbi Alexander. [United States]
     9        Schwartz, Eleanor. National Federation of Temple Sisterhood.
			 [United States]
     10       Shankman, Jacob- Estate.
     11       Sobel, Rabbi Henry. [Brazil]
     12       Soviet Jewry Committee.
     13       Soviet Mission. March. Journals, Photos.
     14       Speakers Bureau.
     15       Steering Committee.
     16       Steinberg, Rabbi Paul. HUC-JIR. [United States]
     17       Symes, Rabbi Daniel.[United States]
     18       T, General.
     19       Telex.
     20       Twinning Congregations. 
     21       U-V, General. 
     22       United Nations  Nongovernmental Organizations.
     23       Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
     24       Vallone, Pat. (WUPJ mailings)
     25       W-Z, General.
     26       Wald, Karen.
     27       Wice, Rabbi David. [United States]
     28       World Education Center. Photos, Plans. [Israel]
     29       World Union for Progressive Judaism- Toronto Conference.1986
     30       World Zionist Organization Congress.
     31       Youth Exchange Commission.

Subject Files. 1989.
	32       A, General.
     33       Acknowledgements.
     34       ARENZU (Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism)
     35       American Reform Zionists of America.
     36       B, General.
     37       Barnett, Joe. [Great Britain]
     38       Temple Beit Shlomo. [Israel]
     39       Beit Shmuel. Photos. [Israel]
     40       Belin, David. [United States]
     41       Bergman Letter. [South Africa]
     42       Boca Raton, Florida- Governing Meeting. 

G15  1        C, General.
     2        Center for Continuing Education.
     3        Central Conference of American Rabbis.
     4        Cleveland, Ohio- Fairmont Temple.
     5        Costa Rica. 
     6        D, General.
     7        Daniels, Gerard. [United States]
     8        E, General.
     9        European Board. 1987-
     10       Evans, Jane. [United States]
     11       Executive Committee.
     12       F, General.
     13       Fundraising Letters. 
     14       Great Blue Productions- Hall, Richard. “To Keep the Flame
			 Eternal.” 
     15       Governing Body. 
     16       H, General.
     17       Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. [Israel]
     18       K, General.
     19       L, General.
     20       Lebow, Slyvan. (Video production)
     21       Leo Baeck Centre [Israel]. 1988-1989.
     22       Leo Baeck Centre 1989-. 
     23       Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
     24       Littman, David.  [United Nations]
     25       M, General.
     26       Malino, Rabbi Jerome. [United States]
     27       N, General.
     28       National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods.
     29       National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
     30       NGO- Golomb, Betty. [United Nations]
     31       North American Board- Meeting.
     32       Oseran, Rabbi Joel. [Israel]
     33       P, General.
     34       Press Releases.
     35       R, General.
     36       S, General.
     37       Soviet Jewry Committee.
Chronological Files. 1990.
     38       January.
     39       February

G16	1        March.
	2        April.
	3        May.
	4        June.
	5        July.
	6        August.
	7        September.
	8       October.
	9       November.
     10       December.

Subject Files. 1990.
	11       A, General.
	12       Ammerman, Harvey and Lennell. [United States]
	13       Arenzu (Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism; Boyden,
			 Mickey)
	14       American Reform Zionists of America
	15       Atlanta Reform Synagogue Council.
	16       B, General.
	17       Barbados/ Oran, Marshall.
	18       Bar Tura, Maggie. IMPJ. [Israel]
	19       Beit Shmuel. [Israel]
	20       Belin, David. [United States]
	21       Ben Nun, Yacheveh.
	22       C, General.
	23       Canadian Council.
	24       Center for Continuing Education.
	25       Central American Mission. 
	26       Central Conference of American Rabbis. 
	27       Competitive Mailing Associates – Reich, Robert. 
	38       Congregation Hineini. [Moscow]
	39       Curaco.
     40       D, General.
     41       Daniels, Gerard and Ruth. [United States]
     42       E, General.
     43       Eisenpreis, Bettijane. [United States]
     44       European Board– Barnett, Joe. [Great Britain]
     45       Executive Committee.
     46       F, General.
     47       Falk, Rabbi and Edna. Fund for International Development.
     48       Feinberg, Rabbi Robert.
     49       G, General. 
     50       Goldman, Myron- Estate. [United States]
     51       Goodman, Charles. 
     52       Grant, Arthur. [United States] 1989-
     53       H, General.
     54       Herzog, Bernard.
     55       Hoffman, Gene. [United States]
     56       HUC-JIR.
     57       I, General.
     58       Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism.
     59       J, General.
     60       Jacobs, Irene. Art Exhibit 1990.
     61       Jacob, Irene. Art Exhibit- Dorf and Stanton. 
     62       Jewish Agency. 1989-
     63       Jewish Unity Coalition.
     64       K, General.           
     65       Kemper, Morton. [United States]
     66       Kesselman & Kesselman.
     67       Kulwin, Rabbi Clifford. [United States]

G17  1        L, General. 
     2        Latin American Leadership.
     3        Leibovich, Menachem. [Israel, Former Soviet Union]
     4        Leo Baeck Centre. [Israel]
     5        Lesh, Gunter. [South Africa]
     6        Levi, Rabbi John. [Australia]
     7        Levitas, Sol. [United States]
     8        Levitt, Norma and David. [United States]
     9        Littman, David. [United Nations]
     10       Long, David.
     11       Long Range Planning Committee.
     12       M, General.
     13       Malino, Rabbi Jerome. [United States]
     14       Merians, Mel. UAHC. [United States]
     15       N, General.
     16       National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
     17       Netherlands Mission.
     18       News Updates/Releases.
     19       News Update- Day Reports on Soviet Union trip.
     20       Nominating Committee.
     21       North American Board-  Dinner.
     22       North American Board - Meetings.
     23       O, General.
     24       Oseran, Rabbi Joel. [Israel]
     25       P, General.
     26       R, General.
     27       Ramit Aviv.
     28       Rodnik.
     29       Russian Mission. April 1990.
     30       S, General.
     31       Schindler, Rabbi Alexander. [United States]
     32       Shankman, Jacob-Estate. 
     33       South African Union for Progressive Judaism.
     34       South American Federation.
     35       Soviet Jewry Committee.
     36       St. Louis Campaign.
     37       T, General.
     38       U, General.
     39       Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 1989-
     40       UAHC- Meeting. 
     41       Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues.[Great Britain]
     42       V, General.
     43       W, General.
     44       X-Z, General.      

Chronological Files. 1991.
G18  1        January.
     2        February.
     3        March.
     4        April.
     5        May.
     6        June.
     7        July.
     8        August.
     9        September.
     10       October.
     11       November.
     12       December.

Subject Files. 1991.
     13       A, General.
     14       Acknowledgements.
     15       Arenson, A.
     16       Arenzu. (Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism)
     17       American Reform Zionists of America.
     18       Australia/New Zealand.
     19       Australia/New Zealand Union for Progressive Judaism.
     20       Australia/New Zealand-  Mission.
     21       Australia/New Zealand-  Trip.
     22       Austria.
     23       Azar, Meir. [Israel]
     24       B, General.
     25       Bayfield, Rabbi Tony. [Great Britain]
     26       Ben-Chovin, Rabbi Tovia. [Israel]
     27       Bombay, India.
     28       Budapest, Hungary Project.
     29       Budget Committee

G19  1        C, General.
     2        Canadian Council.
     3        Central Conference of American Rabbis.
     4        Richard Cohen Associates.  Media Clippings.
     5        Congregation Hineni. [Moscow]
     6        Costa Rica.
     7        Czechoslovakia.
     8        D, General.
     9        Daniels, Gerard. [United States]
     10       Day, Donald. [United States]
     11       Development Committee.
     12       E, General.
     13       Ethiopian Jews.
     14       European Board.
     15       European Board- Budget.
     16       European Board- Combined Campaign.
     17       European Board- Rose, Jeffery. [Great Britain]
     18       Evans Consulting.
     19       Evans, Jane. [United States]
     20       Executive Committee.
     21       Executive Committee Meeting.
     22       F, General.
     23       Falk Fund.
     24       Fel-Pro Foundation.
     25       France.
     26       Friedman, Rabbi Joan. [Czechoslovakia]
     27       FRHC (Federation of Reconstructionist Congregations)
     28       Fundraising Letter.
     29       G, General.
     30       Geographic Board List.
     31       Germany.
     32       Golan, Haim. 
     33       Gottschalk, Alfred. [United States]
     34       Governing Body.
     35       Gryn, Rabbi Hugo. [Great Britain]
     36       H, General.
     37       Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.     
     38       Hong Kong.
     39       Horowitz, Martin. [Former Soviet Union]
     40       I, General.
     41       Ireland- Dublin.
     42       Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism. 
     43       J, General.
     44       Jacobs, Katherine-Estate.     
     45       Jewish Agency.          
     46       K, General.
     47       Kedem Synagogue. [Israel]
     48       Kedem Synagogue/Beit Daniel. (Gerry and Ruth Daniels) [Israel
				 1986-
     49       Kehilat Kedem. [Israel] 1970-1986.
     50       Kemper, Morton. [United States]
     51       Koppel, Robert. [United States]
     52       Kulwin, Rabbi Clifford. [United States]

G20  1        L, General.
     2        LaBanca, Joe. (WUPJ mailings) [Unitd States]
     3        [Ronald] Lauder Foundation.
     4        Leo Baeck Centre. [Israel]
     5        Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain] 1990-
     6        Leibovich, Menachem. [Israel, Former Soviet Union]
     7        Littman, David. [United Nations]
     8        Long Range Planning Committee.
     9        M, General.
     10       Maimonides Drive.
     11       Maimonides Drive II [Photo]
     12       Minkoff, Harry. 1989. [United States]
     13       N, General.
     14       National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods.
     15       National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
     16       National Conference Of Soviet Jewry.
     17       Newman, Racquel. [United States] 1989- 
     18       NFTY Beit Shmuel. [Israel]
     19       NGO (United Nations)- Golomb, Betty.
     20       North American Board- Meeting.
     21       O, General.
     22       Or Hadash. Photos. [Israel]
     23       Oseran, Rabbi Joel. [Israel]
     24       P, General.
     25       Paukov, Vassily. [Former Soviet Union]
     26       Pesach Prayer Requests.
     27       Print Productions.      
     28       R, General.
     29       Reconstructionists.
     30       Reform Synagogues of Great Britain.
     31       Resolutions.
     32       Rodnik- Mailing List.
     33       Rubenstein Foundation.
     34       Salutation Letter.
     35       San Franciso Letter.
     36       Saslow Productions. (Hineni Video)
     37       Schuster, William. [United States]
     38       Segal, Shelly. 
     39       Shafritz, Robert. re: Moscow [United States]
     40       Shankman, Jacob- Estate. [United States]
     41       Sobel, Rabbi Henry. Photos. [Brazil]
     42       Sobel, Rabbi Ronald.
     43       Soetendorp, Avraham.
     44       Solicitation Letter. 
     45       South African Union for Progressive Judaism. 1990-

G21  1        Soviet Jewry.
     2        Soviet Jewry Committee
     3        Strelzer, Martin. [United States]
     4        Syme, Rabbi David. [United States]                             
     5        T, General.
     6        Tannenbaum, B. J. [United States]
     7        Time and Place Committee.
     8        U, General.
     9        Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 1988-
     10       V, General.
     11       W, General.
     12       Wice, Rabbi David. [United States]
     13       Wilkenfield, Dolores. [United States]
     14       World Jewish Congress. 
     15       World Union for Progressive Judaism.
     16       WUPJ- Jerusalem.
     17       X-Z, General.
Chronological Files. 1992.
	18       January.
	19       February.
	20       March.
	21       April.
	22       May.
	23       June.
	24       July.
	25       August.
	27       September
	28       October.
	29       November.
	30       December.

Subject Files. 1992.
     31       A, General.
     32       American Reform Zionists of America.
     33       B, General. 
     34       Brachmann, Sarai.    
     35       C, General.
     36       Central Conference of American Rabbis.
     37       Cohen, Richard Associates. Media Clippings.
     38       D, General.

G22  1        E, General.
     2        European Board- Barnett, Joe. [Great Britain]
     3        F, General.
     4        G, General.
     5        Governing Body.
     6        H, General.
     7        Hineni- Correspondence. [Moscow]
     8        Hineni- Hertz, Martin. [Former Soviet Union]
     9        Hineni Russian Program- Participants.
     10       Hineni- Polyakov Building.
     11       Hineni- Press Releases. Photos.
     12       Hineni- Russian Book Orders.
     13       Horowitz, Martin. Photo. [Former Soviet Union]
     14       Horowitz, Martin- Horowitz Campaign.
     15       Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
     16       Insert to Reform Judaism - Contributors.
     17       J, General.
     18       Jackson Jewish Welfare Fund.
     19       K, General.
     20       Kemper, Morton. [United States]
     21       Kogan, Zinovy. [Former Soviet Union]
     22       LaBanca, Joe. (WUPJ mailings)[United States]
     23       Leibovich, Menachem. [Israel, Former Soviet Union]
     24       Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
     25       Littman, David. [United Nations]
     26       M, General.
     27       Merians, Mel. UAHC. [United States]
     28       N, General.
     29       North American Board- Beutal, Austin. (NAB)[Canada]
     30       NAB- Budget.
     31       NAB- Chair. Wilkenfield, Dolores. [United States]
     32       NAB- Financial Balance Sheets.
     33       NAB- Improving Visibility and Presence Subcommittee.
     34       NAB- Meeting.
     35       NAB- Restructuring. 1989-
     36       NAB- Tannenbaum, B.J. [United States] 

G23  1        National Conference on Soviet Jewry.
     2        National Federation of Temple Sisterhood.
     3        O, General.
     4        Oseran, Rabbi Joel. [Israel]
     5        P, General.
     6        R, General. 
     7        Reform Judaism magazine. 
     8        Rodnik.
     9        S, General. 
     10       Slade John. Awards Dinner List.
     11       Solicitation Letters
     12       V, General.
     13       W, General.
     14       World Zionist Congress.
     15       X-Z, General.

Chronological Files. 1993.
     16       January.
     17       February.
     18       March.
     19       April.
     20       May.
     21       June.
     22       July.
     23       August.
     24       September.
     25       November
     26       December.

Subject Files. 1993.
     27       A, General.
     28       Association of Reform Zionists of America. (Yoffie, Eric) 1979-1992.
     29       ARZA. 1993.
     30       Australia.
     31       Australian and New Zealand Union for Progressive Judaism.
     32       B, General.
     33       Beit Shmuel. [Israel] 
     34       Beit Shmuel Donor Plaque.
     35       Belin, David. [United States]
     36       Budget Committee. 
     37       Buegeleisen, David. M. [Minsk, Former Soviet Union]

G24  1        C, General.
     2        Central American Mission. 
     3        Cine Magnetics.
     4        Cohen and Associates. Media Clippings.
     5        Czechslovakia.
     6        D, General.
     7        E, General.
     8        European Region- General Correspondence.
     9        European Region- Barnett, Joe. [Great Britain]
     10       European Region- Borden, Mickey. [Israel]
     11       European Region- Financial.
     12       European Region- Rose, Jeffrey. [Great Britain]
     13       F, General.
     14       Executive Committee Minutes.  
     15       Federation of Reconstructionist Congregations and Havurot.
     16       G, General.
     17       Goldsmith, Leda. Public Relations. [United States]
     18       Governing Board- International Conference. 1993.
     19       Governing Body Meeting-  North American Board. 
     20       Gryn, Rabbi Hugo. [Great Britain]
     21       H, General.
     22       Hinei Project- Correspondence. [Moscow]
     23       Horowitz, Martin [Former Soviet Union] 
     24       Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion.
     25       Hebrew Union College- Israel. [Shared Building] 1985-1986, 1993.
     26       Hoffman, Gene. [United States]
     27       Hong Kong.
     28       I, General.
     29       India.
     30       J, General.
     31       K, General.
     32       Kemper, Morton. [United States]
     33       L, General.
     34       La Banca, Joseph. (John Slade Fund letters) [United States]
     35       Liebovitch, Menachem. [Israel, Former Soviet Union]
     36       M, General.
     37       Mailings. 
     38       Merians, Mel. UAHC. [United States]
     39       Mission- Former Soviet Union.
     40       Mogul, Doris (re: 1991 News Updates).
     41       N, General.
     42       National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
     43       Newman, Racquel. Personnel loans. [United States] 1988-
     44       Oseran, Rabbi Joel. [Israel]
     45       P, General.
     46       Paukov, Vassily. [Former Soviet Union]
     47       Poland.
     48       R, General.
     49       Reform Synagogues of Great Britain.
     50       Rodnik- Correspondence.
     51       Rodnik– Mailing List.
     52       S, General.   
     53       SAUPJ (South African Union for Progressive Judaism).
     54       Seiden, Norman.

G25  1        Shafritz, Rabbi Robert. [United States] 
     2        Singer, Rabbi Merle. 
     3        Slade, John and Marianne Fund.
     4        Slade Fund Mailing List.
     5        Sobel, Rabbi Ronald.
     6        Sottendorp, Rabbi Avraham. [Former Soviet Union].
     7        Spain.
     8        Sponsorship/Congregational Committee.
     9        Strelzer, Martin. [United States]
     10       T, General.
     11       Tannenbaum, B.J. [United States]
     12       Temple Bulletins. (Project Hineni) 1992-
     13       U, General.
     14       Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues. [Great Britain]. 
     15       Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
     16       V, General.
     17       Videos.
     18       W, General.
     19       World Union for Progressive Judaism- Budgets.
     20       WUPJ- Financial Reports.
     21       X-Y, General.
     22       Zatulove, Alayne. World Union Shabbat Committee.
                  [United States]

Chronological Files. 1994.
     23       March.
     24       June.
     25       July.
     26       August.
     27       September.
     28       October.
     29       November.
     30       December.
        
Subject Files. 1994.
     31       Fund Raising.
     32       Investment Committee.
     33       Kemper, Mort and Leah. [United States]
     34       Polish, Rabbi David. [United States]
     35       Schwartz, Abe– Estate.
     36       Soloman, Tena- Estate.
     37       Stone, Rabbi C. Ariel. [Former Soviet Union]
        
Chronological Files. 1995
     38       May.
     39       June.
     40       July.
     41       August.
     42       September.
        
Subject Files, 1995.
G26  1        A, General.
     2        American Zionist Movement.
     3        Arenzu. (Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism)
     4        AT & T. International Bills.
     5        B, General.
     6        Belin, David. [United States]
     7        C, General.
     8        D-F, General. 
     9        Dalton, Cecil. Directory. [Great Britain]
     10       European Region- General Correspondence.
     11       European Region- Barnett, Joe. [Great Britain]
     12       European Region- Boyden, Mickey. [Israel]
     13       European Region- Rose, Jeffrey. [Great Britain]
     14       European Region- Reports.
     15       Executive Committee.
     16       Eyetan, Alan. [United States]
     17       Farmers Bank and Trust. 1991- 
     18       Former Soviet Union.
     19       Former Soviet Union- Budget.
     20       Former Soviet Union- Moscow.
     21       Fox, Rabbi Brian. [Australia] 
     22       France.
     23       G, General.
     24       Germany.
     25       Goldsmith, Leda. Public Relations. [United States]
     26       Golomb, Betty and Dan. [United States]
     27       H-I, General.
     28       Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
     29       Hong Kong.
     30       Hungary.
     31       Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism.
     32       J-K, General.
     33       Kemper, Mort and Leah. [United States]
     34       King, Larry. [United States]
     35       L, General.
     36       Leibovich, Menachem. [Israel, Former Soviet Union]
     37       Leo Baeck Centre. [Israel]
     38       Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
     39       M, General.
     40       N, General.
     41       National Conference on Soviet Jewry.
     42       Niederhoff, Sprung, CPA. [United States]
     43       Nominating Committee.
     44       North American Board.
        
G27  1        O-Q, General. 
     2        Oseran, Rabbi Joel. [Israel]
     3        Phoenix Designs.
     4        R, General.
     5        Reform Synagogues of Great Britain.
     6        S, General.
     7        Samuels, Rabbi Robert. Leo Baeck School. [Israel]
     8        Singapore.
     9        South America.
     10       Spain.
     11       Switzerland.
     12       T-V, General. 
     13       Tannenbaum, B.J. [United States]
     14       Tannenbaum, B.J. 
     15       Union of American Hebrew Congregations. (UAHC)
     16       UAHC- Board of Trustees.
     17       UAHC- President.
     18       UAHC- Building. WUPJ New York Office.
     19       UAHC- Mission Statement on Mailings.                          
     20       Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues. [Great Britain]
     21       United Jewish Appeal.
     22       W-Z, General. 
     23       Wilkenfield, Dolores. [United States]
     24       World Jewish Congress.
     25       World Union of Progressive Judaism- Biennial Dinner.
     26       WUPJ- Budget, 1995. 
     27       WUPJ- Elected Officers.
     28       WUPJ-HUC Documents.
     29       WUPJ- Investment Committee.
     30       WUPJ- Vienna Seminar.
     31       WUPJ- World Union Shabbat.
     32       Zemer, Moshe. [Israel] 1994-
        
Subject Files. 1996.
     33       Affinity Long Distance.
     34       Arenzu. (Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism)
     35       Australian/New Zealand Union for Progressive Judaism. 
     36       B, General.
     37       Bank Leumi. [Israel]
     38       Budget, 1996-97.
     39       C, General.
     40       D, General.
     41       Dinner Meetings.
     42       E, General.
     43       Estate Endowment/ WUPJ and Leo Baeck.
     44       Eyetan, Alan. [United States]
     45       F, General.
     46       Frontier Communications.
     47       Former Soviet Union/ Russian Program. 1995-
     48       G, General.
     49       H, General.
     50       Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism.
     51       India.
     52       INFOthon. 
     53       Investment Committee.
     54       K, General.
     55       L, General.
     56       M, General.
     57       Media Distribution Service.
     58       N, General.
     59       North American Board.
        
        
SERIES H. OFFICE OF LATIN AMERICAN AFFAIRS. 1985-1988.

H1   1        Correspondence and Reports. January 1985.
     2        February 1985.
     3        March 1985.
     4        April 1985.
     5        May 1985.
     6        June 1985.
     7        July 1985.
     8        August 1985.
     9        September 1985.
     10       October 1985.
     11       November 1985.
     12       December 1985.
     13       January 1986.
     14       February 1986.
     15       March 1986.
     16       April 1986.
     17       May 1986.

H2   1        June 1986.
     2        July 1986.
     3        August 1986.
     4        September 1986.
     5        October 1986.
     6        November 1986.
     7        December 1986.
     8        January 1987.
     9        February 1987.
     10       March 1987.

H3   1        April 1987.
     2        May 1987.
     3        June 1987.
     4        July 1987.
     5        August 1987.
     6        September 1987.
     7        October 1987.
     8        November 1987.
     9        December 1987.


SERIES I. OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND DEVELOPMENT. 1988-1994.
      
General Correspondence. 1988-August 1990.
I1   1        A, General.      
     2        B, General.
     3        C, General.
     4        D, General.
     5        E, General.
     6        F, General.
     7        G, General.
     8        H, General.
     9        I, General.
     10       J, General.
     11       K, General.
     12       L, General.
     13       M, General.
     14       N-Q, General. 
     15       R, General.
     16       S, General.
     17       T, General.
     18       U-W, General.
     19       X-Z, General.

Geographical Files. 1988-89.
I1   20       Argentina- Buenos Aires.
     21       Australia.
     22       Belgium.
     23       Brazil.
     24       Canada.
     25       Chile.    
     26       Costa Rica.
     27       Czechoslovakia.
     28       France.
     29       Holland.
     30       Hungary.
     31       Latin America- Exchange Program. Correspondence
     32       Latin America- Exchange Program. Applications.
     33       Mexico.
     34       New Zealand.
     35       Panama.
     36       Paraguay.
     37       South Africa.
     38       Switzerland.
     39       Uraguay.
        
Subject Files. 1988-1989.
I1   40       Australian and New Zealand Union for Progressive Judaism.
     41       Arenzu. (Israeli Movmement for Progressive Judaism)
     42       Association of Reform Zionists of America.
     43       Azriel, A.
     44       Barbouth, Ricardo.
     45       Bar Tura, Maggie. [Israel]
     46       Barnett, Joe. [Great Britain] 
     47       Bayfield, Rabbi Tony. [Great Britain]
     48       Bergman, Sergio.
     49       Blackman, Rabbi Murray. [United States]
     50       Bronstein, Marcelo. [South America]
     52       Corps of Service- Resumes, Correspondence, Newspaper Articles.
     53       Central American Trip.
     54       Central Conference of American Rabbis.
     55       Constitution Committee.
     56       Daniel, Gerard. [United States]
     57       Datz, Michael. [United States]
                         
I2   1        Day, Donald. [United States] 1988.
     2        Day, Donald. 1989.
     3        Dreyfuss, Rabbi Stanley. [United States]
     4        European Board.
     5        Executive Committee.
     6        Falk, Randall. [United States]
     7        Federation of Reconstructionist Congregations
     8        Fox, Rabbi Brian. [Australia]
     9        Fundraising.
     10       Garai, Rabbi Francois. [Switzerland]
     11       Gelfand, Rabbi David.
     12       Gellman, Rabbi Mark. [United States] 
     13       Golan, Haim.
     14       Goldman, Raymond. [Great Britain]
     15       Goren, Uri. [United States]
     16       Gottschalk, Alfred. [United States]            
     17       Goldman, Raymond. [Great Britain]
     18       Graetz, Rabbi Roberto. [South America]
     19       Gryn, Rabbi Hugo. [Great Britain]
     20       Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. [Israel] 1988.
     21       Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. 1989.
     22       Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
     23       Instituto Marc Chagall.
     24       International Conference. [Israel] 1988. 
     25       International Programming Committee.
     26       Kaye, Gerard. (Camps) 
     27       Kemper, Mort. [United States]
     28       Kibbutz Yahel. [Israel]
     29       Latin America Mission.
     30       Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
     31       Levi, Rabbi John. [Australia]
     32       Lilienthal, Rabbi Alejandro. [Brazil]
     33       Magonet, Dr. Jonathan, Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
     34       Maimonedes Leadership Circle.
     35       Marc Rich Foundation.
     36       Marmur, Rabbi Dow. [Canada]
     37       Memorial Foundation.
     38       Mendel, Rabbi Norman. [United States]
     39       Misc. Foundations.
     40       Movement Juif Liberal de France. (MJLF}
     41       National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods.
     42       National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
     43       Netzer Maginim.
     44       Netzer Olami.
     45       Nisenbaum, Rabbi Reuban.
     46       North American Board. Photos. 
     47       Oseran, Rabbi Joel. [Israel]
     48       Rabbinical Placement.
     49       Sobel, Rabbi Henry. [Brazil]
     50       Soutendorf, Avraham. Photos. 
     51       South American Union.
     52       Soviet Jewry Committee.
     53       Stein, Rabbi Jonathan
     54       Syme, Rabbi Daniel. [United States]
     55       Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
     56       Wice, Rabbi David H. [United States]
     57       Youth Exchange Commission.
     58       Zedek, Rabbi Michael. (Youth exchange)
     59       Zola, Gary. [United States]
        
General Correspondence. 1990.           
I3   1        Faxes. 
     2        Letters. Incoming. 
     3        Letters. Outgoing. 
                
Geographical Files. 1990. 
I3   4        Argentina. 
     5        Canada.
     6        Central America.
     7        Czechoslovakia.
     8        Eastern Europe.
     9        France.
     10       Israel. 
     11       New Zealand. 
     12       Soviet Union. 
     13       Soviet Union- Hineni Project. 
        
Subject Files. 1990. 
I3   14       Day, Donald. [United States]
     15       Financial Statements.
     16       Governing Body. 1990.
     17       Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism. 
     18       International Conference- London. 
     19       Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain] 
     20       Mailing Lists. 
     21       Mazkirut Meetings.
     22       North American Board Meetings. 
     23       South African Union of Progressive Judaism.
     24       UIA Board of Trustees.
     25       Union of Latin American Rabbis/ URAL. 
     26       Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues. [Great Britain]
     27       Youth Department. 

General Correspondence. 1991. 
I3   28       Faxes. Incoming. 
     29       Faxes. Outgoing.  
     30       Letters. Incoming.  January-June.
     31       Letters. Incoming.  July-December.
     32       Letters.  Outgoing. 

Geographical Files. 1991.
I3   33       Austria.
     34       Brazil. 
     35       Central America. 
     36       Czechoslovakia. 
     37       Eastern Europe.
     38       France.
     39       Germany.
     40       Guatemala.
     41       Hungary.
     42       Latin America. 
     43       New Zealand.
     44       Russia. 
     45       Russia- Hineni Project. 
     46       South Africa. 
     47       Spain- Barcelona. (speech by Kulwin)
     48       United States- Des Moines, Iowa.
     49       United States- Chevy Chase, Maryland.
     50       United States- Worcester, Massachusetts. 
     51       United States- Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Subject Files. 1991. 
I3   52       Board Briefings.
     53       Chayim School.
     54       European Board Meetings. 
     55       Evans Consulting Group.
     56       Financial Statements. 
     57       Fundraising. 
     58       Governing Body. 
     59       Grant Requests. 
     60       Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism. 
     61       International Mailing List. 
     62       Jerusalem School Project.
     63       North American Board List. 

General Correspondence. 1992. 
 I4   1        Faxes. Incoming. January-June.
      2        Faxes. Outgoing. January-June.
      3        Letters. Incoming. January-June.
      4        Letters. Outgoing. January-June.
      5        Faxes. July.
      6        Letters. July.
      7        Faxes. August.
      8        Letters. August.
      9        Faxes, September.
      10       Letters. September.
      11       Faxes. October.
      12       Letters. September.
      13       Faxes. November
      14       Letters. November.
      15       Faxes. December.
      16       Letters. December.

Geographical Files. 1992. 
I4    17       Argentina.
      18       Austria.
      19       Belgium.
      20       Brazil.
      21       Canada.
      22       Central America.
      23       Central American Mission- November 1992.
      24       Chile.
      25       Costa Rica.
      26       Croatia.
      27       Cuba.
      28       Czechoslovakia.
      29       Eastern Europe.
      30       France.
      31       Germany.
      32       Great Britain.
      33       Guatemala.
      34       Hong Kong.
      35       Hungary.
      36       India.
      37       Israel.
      38       Latin America.
      39       Lithuania.
      40       Mexico.
      41       Netherlands.
      42       Panama.
      43       Poland.
      44       Puerto Rico.
      45       Russia.
      46       Russia– Bar/Bat Mitzvah Program.
      47       Russia- Budget.
      48       Russia– Congregations.
      49       Russia– Project Hineni.
      50       Russia– Russia Fund.
      51       Russia– Sedarim Form letter.
      52       Russia– Sponsorship Programs.
      53       Russia– Translation Program.
      54       Singapore.
      55       South Africa.
      56       South America.
      57       Spain.
      58       Switzerland.
      59       Turkey.
      60       United States- Indianapolis, Indiana.
      61       United States- Baltimore, Maryland.
      62       United States- St. Paul, Minnesota.
      63       United States- Cincinnati, Ohio.
      64       United States- Omaha, Nebraska.
      65       United States– Tulsa, Oklahoma.
      66       United States- Texas.
      67       United States–Washington D.C.
      68       Venezuela.
                
Subject Files. 1992. 
I5    1        32nd World Zionist Report.
      2        Annual Banquet.
      3        Arenzu.(Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism)
      4        Baltimore Hebrew University.
      5        Beit Daniel. [Israel]
      6        Biennial.
      7        Biographies.
      8        Board- Joint Geographic Lists.
      9        Board Briefings.
      10       Board of Rabbis.
      11       Boyden, Michael.[Israel]
      12       Bronstein.
      13       Budget.
      14       Central Conference of American Rabbis..
      15       CCRJ Biennial Convention.
      16       Central Synagogue.
      17       Council of Liberal and Reform Rabbis.
      18       European Board Meeting.
      19       Executive Committee.
      20       Exodus 2000 Campaign.
      21       Don Day/ Dick Hirsch Dinner. September 12.
      22       Elderhostel. [United States]
      23       Fundraising- Individual Fund Requests.
      24       Geriatric Care.
      25       Golomb Letters. 18 June 1992.
      26       Grants. 
      27       Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
      28       Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. [Israel]
      29       Hirsch, Rabbi Richard– Journal Letters.
      30       Horowitz, Martin. [United States]
      31       Kranin Formletters.
      32       Latin America Jewish Studies Association.
      33       Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
      34       Leo Baeck Educational Centre. [Israel]
      35       Memos.
      36       Netzer Maginim.
      37       Netzer Olami.
      38       Rabbinic Students Overseas.
      39       Resumes.
      40       Resumes– Cantors (alphabetical by name).
      41       Resumes– Rabbis.
      42       Updates.
      43       Women of Reform Judaism.
      44       Youth Staff.

General Correspondence. 1993. 
I5    45       Faxes and Emails. January.
      46       Letters. January.
      47       Faxes and Emails. February.
      48       Letters. February.
      49       Faxes and Emails. March.
      50       Letters. March.
      51       Faxes and Emails. April.
      52       Letters. April.
      53       Faxes and Emails. May.
      54       Letters. May.
      55       Faxes and Emails. June. 
      56       Letters. June.
      57       Faxes and Emails. July.
      58       Letters. July.
      59       Faxes and Emails. August.
      60       Letters. August.
      61       Faxes and Emails. September.
      62       Letters. September.
      63       Faxes and Emails. October.
      64       Letters. October.
        
I6    1        Faxes and Emails. November.
      2        Letters. November.
      3        Faxes and Email. December.
      4        Letters. December. 

Geographical Files. 1993. 
I6    5        Argentina
      6        Argentina- Cattapon, Javier.
      7        Australia.
      8        Austria.
      9        Belgium.
      10       Brazil. 
      11       Canada.
      12       Chile.
      13       Costa Rica
      14       Czechoslovakia.
      15       Egypt.
      16       England.
      17       France.
      18       France- Paris Convention, 1995.
      19       Germany.
      20       Guatemala.
      21       Hong Kong. 
      22       Hungary.
      23       India.
      24       Israel.
      25       Israel- Beit Daniel.
      26       Israel- Beit Shmuel.
      27       Israel- Jerusalem Budget.
      28       Latin America. 
      29       Mexico.
      30       Netherlands.
      31       New Zealand.
      32       Poland.
      33       Puerto Rico.
      34       Russia.
      35       Russia- Accreditation.
      36       Russia- Apostilles.
      37       Russia- Bar/Bat Mitzvah Program.
      38       Russia- Budget.
      39       Russia- Congregational Funding.
      40       Russia- Pesach Services.
      41       Russia- Rabbinic Conference in Moscow (1995).
      42       Russia- Sponsorship Program. (Following files are adopted cities:)
      43       Russia- Alma Ata.
      44       Russia- Belorus.
      45       Russia- Donetsk.
      46       Russia- Moscow.
      47       Russia- Omsk.
      48       Russia- Riga.
      49       Russia- St. Petersburg.
      50       Russia- Vitebsk.
      51       Russia- Vladivokavkaz.
      52       Russia- Torah Translation Program.
      53       Russia- Visiting Rabbis. (Alphabetical by name.
               Correspondence, questionnaires,  some reports. Carole Bailin,
               Maynard Bell, Dan Cohn-Sherbok, Israel S. Dresner, Adam Fisher,
               Ariel Judith Friedlander, Niles Elliot Goldstein, Bruce Greenbaum, 
               Marvin Schwab, Ned Stolz, Harvey Tattlebaum, Sharon Young)

I7    1        Singapore.
      2        South Africa.
      3        South America.
      4        Spain.
      5        Switzerland
      6        Uganda- Abayudayah. 
      7        United States- California (Membership lists 1992-93).
      8        United States- Washington D.C.
      9        United States- Mississippi.
      10       United States- New York.
      11       United States- Cincinnati, Ohio.
      12       United States- Tulsa, Oklahoma.
      13       United States- Texas. 
          
Subject Files. 1993. 
I7    14       Acknowledgements.
      15       All Ways Travel.
      16       Budget Committee Meeting (1994 Fiscal Year).
      17       Budget Proposal- Joint Campaign.
      18       Central Conference of American Rabbis.
      19       Contributions. 1991-
      20       Convention Address- Kulwin. [Israel]
      21       Day, Donald. [United States]
      22       Elderhostel Program.
      23       Executive Meetings.
      24       Fundraising.
      25       Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. [Israel] January-August.
      26       Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. September-December.
      27       Horowitz, Martin. [United States]
      28       HUC-JIR. (photos and architectural drawings) 
      29       International Convention. March 1993.
      30       Jewish Community Federation.
      31       Jewish Federation of Greater San Jose.
      32       Jewish Lobbying Offices.
      33       Latin American Jewish Studies. Newsletters.
      34       Leo Baeck Educational Centre. [Israel]
      35       Montreal Convention. June 1993. 
      36       Mail Receipts and Invoices. 
      37       Memos.
      38       Netzer Maginim.
      39       Nominating Committee.
      40       North American Board Meetings.
      41       Oseran, Rabbi Joel. [Israel]
      42       Publications.
      43       Small Congregations Conference. February. Dallas, TX.
      44       Solicitation Letters.
      45       Speaking Engagements.
      46       Stone, Ariel. Correspondence, Photos.
      47       Union of American Hebrew Congregation Camps.
      48       UAHC- Biennial.
      49       UAHC- Minutes. 
      50       Workshop Requests.
      51       World Union Shabbat.
      52       World Union Shabbat Questionnaire.

General Correspondence. 1994.
I8    1        Faxes and Emails. January.
      2        Faxes and Emails. February.
      3        Faxes and Emails. March.
      4        Faxes and Emails. April.
      5        Faxes and Emails. May.
      6        Faxes and Emails. June.
        
Geographical Files. 1994.
I8    7        Argentina.
      8        Australia.
      9        Austria.
      10       Belgium.
      11       Canada.
      12       Brazil.
      13       Brazil- Loan Repayment. 1992-
      14       Chile.
      15       Costa Rica.
      16       Curacao.
      17       Czechoslovakia.
      18       England.
      19       Former Soviet Union. {FSU}
      20       FSU- Budget.
      21       FSU- Russian Publications.
      22       FSU- Sponsorship Program. (following files are adopted cities:)
      23       FSU- Cheyabinsk. 1993-
      24       FSU- Kiev.
      25       FSU- Minsk. Photos.
      26       FSU- Mogylov.
      27       FSU- Narva. 1993-1995. 
      28       FSU- Perm.
      29       FSU- Samara. Photos. 

I9    1        FSU- Visits by Rabbis. Questionnaire, correspondence, emails, resumes.
      2        FSU- Visiting Rabbis (Alphabetical by name: Carol Bailin, Herbert
                   Bronstein, Leah Kroll/Metuka Benjamen, John Moscowitz, Alan
                   Podet, Sanford Ragins, Thomas Salamon, Merle Singer, Sharon
                   Sobel)
      3        France. 
      4        France- Paris. Convention.
      5        Germany.
      6        Germany- Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
      7        Holland.
      8        Hong Kong.
      9        Hungary.
      10       Iceland.
      11       India.
      12       Israel. January-June. 
      13       Israel. July-December.
      14       Israel. Jerusalem- Building Project.
      15       Israel. Beit Shmuel.
      16       Latin America. 
      17       Mexico.
      18       New Zealand.
      19       Panama. 
      20       Phillipines.
      21       Singapore.
      22       South Africa.
      23       South America.
      24       South American Mission. April 13-28, 1994.
      25       Spain.
      26       Sweden.
      27       Switzerland.
      28       United States- Mississippi.
               
Subject Files. 1994.
I10   1        Acknowledgements. 
      2        All Ways Travel Agencies.
      3        American Jewish Archives.
      4        American Zionist Movement.
      5        Association of Reform Zionists of America.
      6        Arenzu. (International Federation of Reform and Progressive Religious
                    Zionists)
      7        Bar-Bat Mitzvah Matching Program.
      8        Bar-Bat Mitvah Program- Alphabetical Listing (application, thank you
                    letter, photocopy of certificate)
      9        Beit Din. [Israel] 
      10       Brotherhood.
      11       Central Conference of American Rabbis. 
      12       Day, Donald. [United States]
      13       Dinner, 1994. 
      14       Dinner. Advertisers/ Sponsors.
      15       Executive Meeting. (Israel building project) 13 September 1993.
      16       Exodus 2000.
      17       Florida meeting. 7-9 January 1994.
      18       Goldstein, Rabbi. Funeral sermon for Rudolf Lowy.
      19       Golomb, Betty. United Nations. [United States]
      20       Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. [Israel]  January-June.
      21       Hirsch, Rabbi Richard. July-December.
      22       Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
      23       Israel Religious Action Center. 1993-
      24       Journey of Remembrance.
      25       Leo Baeck College. [Great Britain]
      26       Media List.
      27       Memos.
      28       New York Federation of Reform Rabbis.
      29       North American Board.
      30       Or Hadash. [Israel]
      31       Religious Action Center.
      32       Rosenbluth Travel.
      33       Solicitation Letters.
      34       Stone, Ariel. [Former Soviet Union]
      35       Stone, Ariel. Public Relations.
      36       Transition Committee.
      37       Wilkenfield, Dolores. National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
                   [United States]
      38       Women of Reform Judaism.
      39       Youth Camps.
        

SERIES J.  PUBLICATIONS. 1929-1998.

Public Relations Committee
J1    1         Committee Minutes. 1987-1989.
      2         Zatulove, Alayne. Correspondence. (Public Relations Committee
                   Chair) 1986-1989.

World Union for Progressive Judaism Publications
J1    3         Miscellaneous Brochures about World Union activities.
      4         Background Material about WUPJ interests submitted to Public Relations
                    Committee. 1988-1989; n.d.
      5         Miscellaneous Articles, primarily for Ammi. 1988-1989; n.d.
      6             Ammi Editor Production Notes. 1988-1989.

J2    1         Ammi. 1975-1988.
      2         Annual Report. 1989.
      3         Bulletin. 1929-1947. Correspondence and Manuscripts
      4         Bulletin. 1929-1947 (scattered)
      5         News and Views. 1959-1970.
      6         News Sheets. 1951-1957.

J3    1         News Update. 1987-1998.
      2         World Union News. 1980-1984.
      3         Prayer Services. 1973-1987.
      4         Rodnik. 1990-1993.
      5         Youth Section Newsletter. 1953-1956; 1965; 1979-1981.

Publications about World Union for Progressive Judaism
J3    6         Datz, Michael.”Poor Cousin or Parent Body?”  1987 HUC thesis about
                    WUPJ History.
      7         WUPJ: The First 25 Years.
      8         Publications about WUPJ Leadership: Solomon Freehof, Claude
                    Montefiore, Lily Montagu. 1935-1960.
      9         Miscellaneous newspaper articles.