A Finding Aid to the
Bertram W. Korn Papers
Manuscript Collection No. 99
1938-1979. 19.2 Linear ft.
The BERTRAM W. KORN PAPERS were donated to the American Jewish Archives by the Estate of Bertram W. Korn in November, 1980. Property rights have been assigned to the American Jewish Archives. All literary rights to materials authored by Bertram Korn are held by the Korn heirs. Literary rights to materials authored by others are held by the individual author or his/her heirs. Questions concerning rights should be addressed to the Director of the American Jewish Archives. The BERTRAM W. KORN PAPERS are open to all users. The original manuscript collection is available in the reading room of the American Jewish Archives.
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Bertram Wallace Korn was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on October 6, 1918 to Manuel and Blanche (Bergman) Korn. He attended the University of Pennsylvania and Cornell University prior to earning his A.B. degree, with honors, from the University of Cincinnati in 1936. In 1943, Korn received an M.H.L. degree from and was ordained rabbi by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati. In 1949 he earned a D.H.L. degree from the College-Institute. Following his ordination, Korn became rabbi at the Government Street Temple in Mobile, Alabama. he remained there until the next year, 1944, when he entered the U.S. Navy as a lieutenant in the chaplaincy. He served first at Marine Corps bases in California then was assigned to the China theatre with the 1st and 6th Marine Divisions. Korn's entrance into the chaplaincy began a long involvement with the military that culminated on July 1, 1975 when he was promoted to Rear Admiral in the Chaplains Corps, U.S. Naval Reserve. He was the first Jewish chaplain to obtain flag rank in any of the United States armed forces. Following his return from overseas duty, Korn, in 1946, returned to HUC-JIR in Cincinnati to work on his doctorate and serve as assistant professor of American Jewish history from 1948-1949. In 1949 Korn became the senior rabbi at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, the same congregation where he was confirmed. He remained there as senior rabbi until his death in 1979. Korn remained active as a historian throughout his rabbinical career. In 1962 he was named visiting professor of American Jewish history at HUC-JIR, New York and was named to the same position in 1970 at Dropsie University in Philadelphia. He authored 12 books on American Jewish History, the most known of which was his 1951 work, American Jewry and the Civil War, acclaimed as the definitive work on the subject. Other books by Korn include: The Jews of Mobile, Alabama, 1763-1841 (1971); Benjamin Levy: New Orleans Printer and Publisher (1961); Jews and Negro Slavery in the Old South, 1789-1865 (1961); The American Reaction to the Mortara Case: 1858-1859 (1957); and The Early Jews of New Orleans (1969). Korn was also active in communal and organizational affairs. Some of his activities included being a president of the American Historical Society, a board member of the Federation of Jewish Agencies of Greater Philadelphia, a member of the board of governors of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Philadelphia, a member of the President's Commission on the Observance of the 25th Anniversary of the United Nations, and a member of the executive board of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Korn received many awards and honors during his lifetime. He received honorary degrees from Temple University, Delaware Valley College, HUC-JIR and Dropsie University. His military awards included the China Service Medal, American Theatre Ribbon, World War II Victory Medal, Naval Reserve Medal and Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal. Dr. Korn had two children: Judith Carole and Bertram Wallace, Jr. He died in New Orleans, on December 11, 1979 at the age of 61.
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The BERTRAM W. KORN PAPERS describe the dual careers of Dr. Bertram W. Korn as rabbi and historian. The collection consists mainly of research materials and notes of Korn, plus some correspondence, sermons, and personal items. The Papers are divided into two series: A. RESEARCH MATERIALS B. PERSONAL. Sub-Series 1. Correspondence Sub-Series 2. Writings Sub-Series 3. General The RESEARCH MATERIALS series consists of thirty-nine Hollinger boxes of documents, notes, correspondence, photographs, clippings and miscellaneous items used by Korn in the research and writing of his many books and articles. The materials are arranged alphabetically by the headings given them by Korn. The materials within each folder are not necessarily arranged in any specific order. Due to the nature of this series, no span dates have been assigned. Access to some of the more important subjects and individuals may be made through the Box and Folder List. The PERSONAL (1938-1979) series Sub-Series 1. Correspondence consists of two Hollinger boxes of correspondence arranged alphabetically by the name of the person or organization. Letters are arranged chronologically within the each folder. Sub-Series 2. Writings consists of two and one-half Hollinger boxes of manuscripts. Sub-Series 3. General consists of four Hollinger boxes and one oversize box of appointment books, financial papers, notes and miscellaneous items. This Sub-Series also contains six files of correspondence dealing with a bicentennial festschrift for Dr. Jacob R. Marcus that was planned, compiled and edited by Korn. The oversize box contains diplomas and awards of Korn.
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Box Folder Contents SERIES A. RESEARCH MATERIALS 1 1 Aaron, Samuel 2 Abolitionism 3 Adersbach, Gerson 4 Adler Family (Jews of New Orleans) 5 Aereon Corp. 1964-70 6 Alabama: Encyclopedia article 7 Albany, N.Y.: History of Reform Judaism in Albany 8 Allen, Michael: Diary and Sermons 9 Alschuler, Samuel 1961-1978, n.d. 10 American Jewish Archives: Also see Marcus, Jacob R. in Series B; Sub-Series 1. 11 American Jewish Committee 12 American Jewish Congress: Korn's articles on Jewish Contributions to American Life 13 "American Jewish History": Korn's lecture notes for Ministers' Institute 14 "American Jewish Life in 1849" 15 "American Jewish Life A Century Ago-1849" 16 "American Jewish Local History: Retrospect and Prospect" 17 American Jewish Tercentary (1954) 2 1 American Jewry and the Civil War-Personal Correspondence 2 American Jewry and the Civil War-Reviews 3 American Religious History-Notes and articles 4 Andrews and Brothers 5 Anti-Semitism: General 6 Arias, David Dias 7 Association for the Relief of Jewish Widows and Orphans 8 Baldwin, Roger 9 Baltimore Hebrew College Convocation, 1972 10 Baltimore, Maryland-History of Organized Judaism in Baltimore 11 "Barbadian Jewish Wills-1676-1740"-Korn 12 Barbados: A History of Jewish Colonization of Barbados 13 Baron, Salo 14 Belisario, Isaac Mendez (Jamaica) 15 Belmonte, Don Manuel (Slavery) 3 1 Benjamin, Judah P. 2 Benjamin, Judah P.-Speeches in the U.S. Senate 3 Benjamin, Judah P.-As a Jew 4 Benjamin, Judah P.-Letters 5 Berkowitz, Henry 6 Berman, Myron 7 Bernfeld, Simeon 8 Bettan, Simeon 9 Bibliography (American-Jewish) 10 Bicentennial: Jewish Contributions and Achievements 11 Black Code: Jewish Persecution in Louisiana 12 Blacks: Jewish Blacks in the Caribbean 13 Blacks: Jewish Relations (Contemporary) 14 Blacks: Slavery 15 Bloch, Joseph 16 Blumenberg, Leopold 17 Blumenthal, Walter 18 B'nai B'rith Activities 4 1 Boatner Family 2 Bodenheim, Jonas 3 Bodenheimer, E.M. 4 Bondi, August (Involvement in Slavery) 5 Bondi, Jonas 6 Book Reviews 7 Bookplate 8 Boston, Mass.: "The American Scene in 1854." Article written in Honor of Centennial of Temple Israel-Korn 9 Boston, Mass.: The Jewish Community 1840-1870 10 Brandeis, Louis D. 11 Brov Family 12 Bush (Busch), Isidor 13 Calder, William 14 Cardozo Family 15 Carvalho, Solomon Nunes: Korn's Revised Introduction to Incidents of Travel and Adventure in the Far West 16 Carvalho, Solomon Nunes (Private Correspondence and family 17 Carvalho, Solomon Nunes (Research Correspondence and Miscellaneous Notes) 18 Cass, Lewis: Department of State: Mortara Case 19 Chandler, Robert J. 5 1 Chaplaincy: Jewish-Civil War 2 Chaplaincy: Contemporary 3 Chimenes, H. 4 China (Jews) 5 Christian Science 6 Church and State and American Jews: 18th Century 7 Civil War: American Jewry and the Civil War 8 Civil War: Anti-Semitism 6 1 Civil War: Charitable and Philanthropic Enterprises by Jewish Community 2 Civil War: Jewish Patriotism 3 Civil War: Jewish Periodicals 4 Civil War: Jewish Soldiery 5 Civil War: Jews and General Order No. 11 (12) 6 Civil War: Rabbis 7 Claiborne, William C.C. 8 Cohen, Caroline 9 Cohen, Elizabeth Magnus 10 Cohen, Joshua J. 11 Cohen, Marx E. 12 Cohen, Myer M. (New Orleans) 13 Cohen, S.E. 14 Cohen, Simon M. (Battle of New Orleans) 15 Cohen, Solomon: (Savannah, Georgia) 16 Cohn, Joseph 17 Columbia, South Carolina: History of Judaism 18 Columbus, Ohio: History of Judaism 19 Confirmations: Congregation Beth Israel-Hartford, Conn. 20 Congregationalists 21 Conservative Judaism 22 Corner Stone: Solomon Jacobs 23 Corvo, Baron 24 Cousins, Norman 25 Cresson, Warder 26 Crusade of the Jews 27 Daroff, Samuel H. 28 Da Silva, Mendes 29 Davis, George Sr. 7 1 De Cordova, Aaron 2 De Cordova Family 3 De Corcova, Haham: Article by Korn 4 De Cordova, Jacob 5 De Cordova, Phineas 6 De Cordova, Raphael 7 De Leon, Edwin 8 De Leon, Perry M. 9 De Leon, Thomas Cooper 10 Demographics: American Jewish 11 Detroit, Michigan: History of Judaism in Detroit 12 Devall, Richard 13 Disraeli, Isaac 8 1 Dow, Robert 2 Dreyfus, A. 3 Dropsie, Moses 4 Dropsie University 5 Dropsie University: Courses taught by Korn 6 Duels and Dueling 7 Duvall, Charles 8 Dyer, Leon 9 Eckman, Julius 10 Eckstein, David 11 Education (Jews in the South) 12 Einhorn, David 13 Emanuel, Baruch M. 14 Emanuel, Jonathan M. 15 Emanuel, Manley 16 Entrepaneurships (Jewish)-Mobile, Alabama 17 Epstein, Isaac 18 "Fact and Fiction in the American Jewish Experience" Lecture 1974; Hartford, Conn. 19 Fastio, Isaac 20 Federation of Jewish Charities 21 Feibelman, Uriah 22 Felsenthal, Bernhard 23 Femmie, Jacob 24 Fischel, Walter J. 25 Fleisher Family 26 Florance Family 27 Florida Bicentennial Commission Symposium-"Jews in Eighteenth Century West Florida 28 Fluegel, Maurice 29 Forsyth, Alice D. 30 Frankel, Jacob 31 Franko, Sam 32 Free Religious Association and Isaac Mayer Wise 33 Frmont, John Charles 34 Friede, Meyer 35 Friedlander, Albert H. 36 Friedman, Newton J. 37 Future of American Judaism 38 Gauss, Isaac 39 Geiger, Abraham 40 German Jewry in Philadelphia 9 1 Goldberg, David 2 Goldsmith, Ferdinand 3 Goldsmith, Isaac 4 Goldstein Family 5 Gomez, Benjamin (and Judah, Naphtali) 6 Goodman, Daniel 7 Gottheil, Gustav 8 Gotthelf, Bernhard 9 Gottschalk, Louis Moreau 10 Gradis Family 11 Grant, Ulysess S.-Article in Judaica by Korn 12 Gratz, Benjamin: Transylvania University 13 Gratz College: Hyman Gratz 14 Gratz, Elizabeth 15 Gratz, Hyman 16 Gratz, Jacob 17 Gratz, Rebecca 18 Gratz, Robert Henry 19 "Great Events in American Jewish History"-Korn's address to the Jewish Historical Society of St. Louis, 1970 20 Greenberg, Leonard A. 21 Gupp, Samuel 22 Gutheim, Emilie Jones 23 Gutheim, James K. 24 Hakluyt Society 25 Hall, E.T. 26 Harby Family 27 Harby, George Washington 28 Harby, Levy Charles 29 Harby, Samuel 30 Hart, Abraham 31 Hart, Bernard 32 Hart, Emanuel B. 33 Hart, Henry 10 1 Hart, Isaac 2 Hart, Jacob 3 Hart, Joselph A. 4 Hart, Samuel 5 Hastings, Henry 6 Hayes, Rutherford B. 7 Hebrew-American Republican League 8 Hebrew and Secular Schools 9 Hebrew Relief Association 10 Hebrew Union College: Courses Taught by Korn 11 Hebrew Union College-Department of Human Relations 12 Hebrew Union College: Documentation of Its Organization The American Israelite 1975 13 Hebrew Union College: Korn's class work 1939-1949 14 Hebrew Union College Monthly: Korn's articles 15 Hermann, Samuel-and family (research notes and correspondence) 16 Hershman, Morris 17 Heustis, Rachel Lyon 18 Hirsch, Samuel 19 History of American Jewry Pamphlets 20 History of the Jews in the South-proposal for a book 21 Hordes, Stanley M. 22 Hyams, Henry M. 23 Hyams, Samuel 11 1 Illustrations 2 Inquirer Column Ideas 3 Insurance Discrimination (1867) 4 Isaacs, Myer S. 5 Israel, John 6 Israelite The American: Korn's Articles 7 Jackson, Mississippi: History of Jewry 8 Jacobs, George 9 Jacobs, Henry 10 Jacobs, Manis (New Orleans) 11 Jacobs, Samuel and Levi 12 Jaeger, Abraham 13 Jamaica: History of Judaism in Jamaica 14 Jamaica: Korn's correspondence 12 1 Jamaican Jewish Wills (A) 2 Jamaican Jewish Wills (B) 3 Jewish/Catholic Reparte 4 Jewish Emigration to U.S. 5 Jewish Exponent 6 Jewish Historical Dates 7 Jewish Messenger 8 "Jewish Nation"-In What Sense? 9 Jewish Political Power (Jewish Disabilities Talk, March 11, 1973) 10 Jewish Professions in 19th Century America 11 Jewish Publication Society 13 1 Jewish Slave Owners in the Old South-last wills of 2 Jewish Social Studies 3 Jewish Unity: "The Struggle for American Jewish Unity" -Korn 4 Jews and America: A Bicentennial Perspective 5 Jews and Blacks (Young Affair, 1979) 6 Jews and the Know Nothing Movement 7 Jews and Literary Pursuits in the Old South 8 Jews and Negro Slavery in the Old South (1789-1865): Korn 9 Jews and Reconstruction: 1865-1877 10 Jews (Black) 11 Jews in the Age of Discovery 12 Jews of New Orleans (Prior to Judah Touro) 13 Joachimsen, Philip J. 14 Joel, Joseph A. 15 Jonas, Abraham 16 Jonas, Benjamin 17 Jonas, Edwin A. 18 Jonas Family 14 1 Jonas, Joseph 2 Jonas, Rosalie 3 Jonas, Sidney Alroy 4 Jones, Israel I. 5 Jones, John B. 6 Joseph, Augustine 7 Joseph, Philip 8 Josephs, Peter Colt 9 Judah, Emanuel 10 Judah, Naphtali (see also, Gomez, Benjamin) 11 Judah, Samuel 12 Judaica-Ph.D's trained through 1975 13 Judaism in America: "Foundations of Religious Liberty" 1976-Korn 14 Kabakoff, Jacob 15 Kakeles, Seligman 16 Kehilath Anshe Mayriv Community House and Chapel- Chicago, Illinois 17 Keneseth Israel: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 18 Knefler Family 19 Kohn, Carl 20 Kohn, Joachim and Samuel (New Orleans): Heine Family included 15 1 Kokernot Family 2 Koppler, Lucas 3 Korn's University Essays 4 Krauskopf, Joseph 5 Krueger, Michael P. 6 Kursheedt, Gershom 7 Labatt Family 8 Ladies Hebrew Benevolent Society 9 Lafleur, Henrique 10 Lamm, Maurice 11 Lange Family (New Orleans) 12 Lasarus, A. 13 Lazarus Family 14 Leavenworth, Kansas (Synagogue Dedication) 16 1 Leeser, Isaac (Personal correspondence) 2 Leeser, Isaac (Research notes) 3 Lefkowitz, David 4 Lejeune, Alexandre 5 Levy, Benjamin (Research correspondence and notes) 6 Levy, Benjamin and Alexander (Printing work) 7 Levy, Chapman 8 Levy, Cheme E. 9 Levy, Eugene H. 10 Levy, I.E. 11 Levy, Isaac 12 Levy, Isabel Adeline Moses 13 Levy, Jacob A. 14 Levy, Louis 15 Levy, L. Yates 16 Levy, Nathan 17 Levy, Samuel Yates 18 Levy, Uriah P. 19 Lewis, David-Family 20 Liberal Judaism: Korn's Publications 21 Lincoln, Abraham: Relationshipt with Jews 17 1 Lindo, Abraham Alexander 2 Lit Family 3 Littman, Lewis C. 4 Loeb, Daniel 5 Long, Carol H. 6 Lopez, Aaron (Mobile, Alabama) 7 Lopez, David 8 Lopez, Duarte 9 Louisiana: Article for Judaica-Korn 10 Lowenthal, Henry 11 Lyon, Peter 12 Lyon, Robert 13 Lyons, Isaac M. 14 Lyons, J.J. 15 Mahler, Gustav 16 Maimonides College 17 Mansfield, Ohio: Temple Emanuel 18 Marks, Albert J. (New Orleans) 19 Marks, Elias (South Carolina) 20 Marks, Isaac N. (New Orleans) 21 Marks, J.B. 22 Marx, Henry 23 Masonry (Jews and) 24 Mayer, Maurice 18 1 "Meaning of American Jewish Experience"- article by Korn 2 Medicine and Welfare 3 Memphis, Tennessee: Jews and the Civil War 4 Mendelssohn, Moses 5 Mendelsohn, Samuel 6 Mendes-France, David 7 Mendes, Solomons, Israel, Palacios 8 Mendola, Antoine 9 Meyer, Isaac 10 Michelbacher, M.J. 11 Minis Family 12 Mississippi: History of Judaism 13 Mobile, Alabama-Congregations 14 Mobile, Alabama (Correspondence 1957-1973) 15 Mobile, Alabama-Jews of, prior to organization of 1st congregation in 1841 16 Mobile, Alabama-Judaism after 1841 19 1 Mobile, Alabama-Notes and documents 2 Mobile, Alabama-Miscellaneous 3 Moise, Edwin Warren (M.D.) of New Orleans 4 Monsanto, Benjamin (Early Jews of Louisiana) 5 Monsanto Family of New Orleans (Documents 1725-1764) 6 Monsanto Family of New Orleans (Documents 1765-1769) 7 Monsanto Family of New Orleans (Documents 1770-1779) 8 Monsanto Family of New Orleans (Documents 1780-1785) 9 Monsanto Family of New Orleans (Documents 1786-1789) 20 1 Monsanto Family of New Orleans (Documents 1790-1799) 2 Monsanto Family of New Orleans (Documents 1800 f.f.) 3 Monsanto, Gracia (widow of Thomas Topham) (Early Jews of Louisiana) 4 Monsanto, Isaac (Early Jews of Louisiana) 5 Monsanto, Jacob and Manuel (Early Jews of Louisiana) 6 Monsanto, Julien-Dias (Early Jews of Louisiana) 7 Monsanto, Leonora (Early Jews of Louisiana) 8 Monsanto, Unclassified additional materials 9 Monsanto, Urquhart and Dow Branches (Early Jews of Louisiana 10 Montefiore, Moses (Biographical material) 21 1 Montefiore, Moses (correspondence) 2 Montefiore, Moses: Korn's correspondence and a check-list Monograph on Montefiore's Memorials 3 Montefiore, Moses: Research material 4 Montefiore (Congregation) Las Vegas, N.M. 5 Montgomery, Alabama: Earliest Judaism 6 Morais, Sabato 7 Mordecai, Abraham M. 22 1 Mordecai, B.-Slaves 2 Mordecai Family (Mobile, Alabama) 3 Mordecai Family: Correspondence and documents (Mobile, Alabama) 4 Mordecai Family: Correspondence (Mobile, Alabama) 5 Mordecai, Jacob D. 6 Mordecai, Moses C. (Mobile, Alabama) 7 Mordecai, Samuel of Mobile, Alabama 8 Mordecai, Dr. Solomon of Mobile, Alabama 9 Mortara Case: Catholic Reaction 10 Mortara, Edgar: Kidnapping Case-1858 11 Moses, A.J. 12 Moss, John 13 Mozan, Louis 14 Myers, Abraham Charles 15 Myers, Mordecai 23 1 Myers, Samuel (Pensacola) 2 Myers Letters (Holmes/Vicars) 3 Natchez, Mississippi: History of Judaism 4 Nathan, Asher Moses 5 Nathan, Rev. M.N. 6 National Historical Publications Commission 7 New Orleans: Birth and Death Book Records 8 New Orleans: Congregations 9 New Orleans: Contemporary 10 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Correspondence 1940-1964) 11 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Correspondence 1965) 24 1 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Correspondence 1966) 2 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Correspondence 1967) 3 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Correspondence 1968) 4 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Correspondence 1969) 25 1 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Correspondence 1970-1971) 2 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Correspondence 1972-1973) 3 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Correspondence 1973-1979 & undated) 4 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Illustrations and photos) 5 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Misc. Names, Lists, Documents) 26 1 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Misc. Names, Lists, Documents) 2 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Misc. Names, Lists, Personal notes) 3 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Promotion) 4 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Publication Mechanics and Pre-Publication Criticisms) 5 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Reviews) 6 New Orleans (Early Jews of) (Sales and autograph requests) 27 1 New Orleans (Early Jews of) Slavery Research 2 New Orleans (Guides, Maps, Pictures) 3 New Orleans: History of Judaism-Miscellaneous Essays 4 New Orleans-Vital Statistics (St. Louis, Catheral) 5 Newton, A. Edward 6 New York-Temple Emanuel 7 New York-Temple Emanuel Theological Seminary 8 Noah, Mordecai M. 9 Nones, Benjamin 10 Ohio Biographical Dictionary of Authors 11 Oppenheim Family 12 de Paiva, Jaques 13 Pember, Phoebe Yates 14 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: "History of Judaism"-by Korn 15 Philadelphia Rabbinical Conference-1869 28 1 Philipson, David 2 Phillip, Alexander and Isaac 3 Phillips, Abraham 4 Phillips, Alexander (Asher) 5 Phillips, Eugenia 6 Phillips, Isaac 7 Phillips, Naftali 8 Phillips, Phillip 9 Phillips, Rachel Rosalie 10 Picard Family-Alabama 11 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The Role of Jews in Civic Life 12 Pool, David de Sola 13 Poznanski, Gustavus 14 Prayers Offered by Jews in 19th Century Legislatures 15 Prayers Offered by Rabbis in Contemporary Legislatures 16 Proffit, George 17 Proskauer, Adolph 18 Proskauer, John & Family 29 1 Psychiatry-Child Rearing 2 Raphael, Samuel 3 Raphall, Morris 4 Real Estate, 1805 5 Reform Judaism 6 Refugees/Immigration 1938-40/n.d. 7 Religious Education 8 Research for German-Jewish Influence in America 9 Research Projects-Ideas for Studies 10 Rice, Abraham J.-Baltimore, Maryland 11 Richmond, Va.: History of Judaism 12 Richter, John Henry 13 Rochester, New York: Jewish Community During Civil War 14 Rodef Shalom Congregation-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15 Rose, Herbert A. 16 Rosenbaum, Jonathan 17 Rosenthal, Arndt 18 Rothman, Murray I. 19 Rudolph Lecture-Syracuse, N.Y. 20 Rush, Benjamin 21 Sacerdote Family 22 Sacramento, California: Early Judaism 23 St. Louis-Jewish Cemeteries 24 Salas, Abram E. 25 Salomon Family 30 1 Salvador, Francis 2 San Francisco, California: History of Judaism 3 Sarner, Ferdinand 4 Schappes, Morris 5 Schiff, E.L. 6 Schiff Family 7 Schinedling, Abraham I. 8 Schlesinger, Sigmund 9 Schoyer, Solomon 10 Schwab, Jacob (Genealogy) 11 Scott, Edwin J. 12 Seligman, Joseph and William 13 Selma, Alabama: Early Jews of 14 Semenoff, E.: The Russian Government and the Massacres- A Review 15 Sephardic Studies 16 Sermons and Address (Miscellaneous)-Korn 17 Services-Special Themes 18 "Settlers, Other Jewish Before 1815"-Korn 19 Shepherd, Rezin D. 20 Simms, William Gilmore 31 1 Slavery: Jewish Participation in-1450-1860 C.E.-Bibliography 2 Slavery: Jewish Participation in-1450-2860 C.E.-Correspondence 1970-1975 3 Slavery: Jewish Participation in-1450-1860 C.E.-Documentation 4 Slavery: Jewish Participation in-1450-1860 C.E.-Foreign Language Materials 5 Slavery: Jewish Participation in-1450-1860 C.E. "Jews in the Slave Trade in the Americas"-Korn 6 Slavery: Jewish Participation in-1450-1860 C.E.-Korn's notes 32 1 Slavery: Jewish Participation in-1450-1860 C.E.-Korn's notes 2 "Slavery and Abolitionism"-Korn 3 Smith, G.W.P. 4 Society of Concord-Syracuse, N.Y. 1964 5 Solis, Jacob S. 6 Solis, Manuel 7 Solomon, Adolph 8 Solomon, Ezekiel 9 Solomon, Henry 10 Solomon, Joseph 11 Solomons, Adolphus S. 12 Solomons, Samuel 13 Sonnenschein, Solomon H. 14 Soria Family (Natchez, Miss.) 15 Souza Family (New Orleans) 16 Soviet Jewry 17 Spanish American War 18 Spitzer, Benjamin 19 Stern, Julius 20 Sterne, Adolphus 21 Strauss, Isidore 33 1 Tessier, Charles 2 Texas: Early Jews of 3 Theater Notices 4 Tim, B.L. (Philadelphia and Mobile) 5 Tolstoi, Leo: "A Visit to Tolstoi at Yasnaya Polyana" -L. Bramson 6 Tombstones 7 Touro, Judah 8-9 Unidentified Materials 10 Unidentified Non-English Notes and Documents 11 "Union of American Hebrew Congregations" Encyclopedia Judaica-Korn 12 Universal Jewish Encyclopedia 13 Vicksburg, Mississippi: History of Judaism 14 Virgin Islands: History of Judaism 15 Vorspan, Max 16 Wachs, Saul 34 1 Warburg, Eugene and Daniel 2 Washington, D.C.: History of Judaism 3 Weil, Louis 4 Wells, Ken 5 Wise, Isaac Mayer 6 Wolf, Arnold J. 7 Wood, John: History of the Administration of John Adams, New York 1802 8 Yulee, David Levy 9 Zacharie, Samuel Issachar 10 Zedek, Dorshay 11 Zimmerman, Solomon 12 Zionism 35 1 Nearprint 2-4 Notes (miscellaneous) 5-6 Reference cards 36 1-6 Reference cards 37 1-6 Reference cards 38 1-6 Reference cards 39 1-6 Reference cards SERIES B. PERSONAL Sub-Series 1. Correspondence 40 1-5 American Jewish Historical Society 1963-1980 6 Central Conference of American Rabbis 1945-1971 7 Chaplaincy 1944-1960 8 Correspondence-Miscellaneous 9 Encyclopedia Judaica 1966-1970-n.d. 41 1 Korn Family/Children/Parents/Wife 2 Korn, Manuel (Bertram Korn's father) 3 Marcus, Jacob R., 1945-1978, n.d. 4 Mobile, Ala.-Personal Correspondence 5 Morgenstern, Julian, 1944-1945 6 Snow, Lord Charles P., 1959-1970, n.d. Sub-Series 2. Writings 42 1-4 American Jewry: The Formative Years (manuscript) 43 1-3 Eventful Years and Experiences (manuscript) 4-9 Louisiana, Early Jews of (manuscript) 44 1-5 New Orleans, Early Jews of (manuscript) Sub-Series 3. General 45 1-15 Appointment Books 1948-Sept. 1961 46 1-14 Appointment Books 1961-Oct. 1974 47 1-5 Appointment Books 1974-1979 6 Appointment Schedules 1978-1979 7 Address Books 8 Day Book 9 Financial Papers 1945-1970 10 Lectures, Bertram W. Korn 48 1-5 Marcus, Jacob R.-Festschrift-contributors 6 Marcus, Jacob R.-Festschrift-miscellaneous 7 Travel notes, 1970 Summer 8 Personal miscellaneous Oversize Box No. X-187 Diplomas, awards