TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Institutional Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement Note

Conditions of Access and Use

Administrative Information

Search Terms

Box Folder Listing

Record Group I. 1934-1986.

Record Group II. 1972-1988.

Record Group III. 1976-1988.

Record Group IV. 1962-1996.

Record Group V. 1953-2007.

A Finding Aid to the Jewish Community Relations Council (Cincinnati, Ohio) Records. 1934-2007

Manuscript Collection No. 202


Introduction

Repository: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
Creator: Jewish Community Relations Council (Cincinnati, Ohio).
Title: Jewish Community Relations Council (Cincinnati, Ohio) Records.
Dates: 1934-2007
Quantity: 153.4 linear feet (101 Hollinger boxes, 113 record cartons)
Abstract: The collection consists of correspondence, reports, news releases, clippings, photographs, and other materials relating to the activities of the JCRC from 1934-2007. The largest sections of the collection include materials on antisemitism and the radical right, religion, church and state issues, religion in the public schools, civil rights, Israel, the National Community Relations Advisory Council, and Soviet Jewry. There are also materials on Nazism and the Holocaust, and correspondence with Jewish and non-Jewish organizations, both national and local. Included are records of the JCRC's involvement in, and reaction to, national and local issues and events. The collection also includes financial and administrative records of the Cincinnati JCRC.
Collection Number: MS-202
Language: Collection material in English.

Institutional Sketch

The Cincinnati Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) was unofficially organized in the early 1930s and officially established in 1939 by a group of Cincinnati Jews who were disturbed by Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Germany and his message of antisemitism. The founders feared that Hitler's message might encourage antisemitism among the large German population of Cincinnati. Before 1939, the group did not have a name or funding, and was operated solely by volunteers. Its goal was to provide a coordinated effort to defend the Jewish community in the face of antisemitism. After the outbreak of World War II in 1939, the group was officially organized into the Public Relations Committee and received funding from the Jewish community of Cincinnati.

During the war, the group had two main goals. The first was to engage in confidential work watching subversive groups who were attacking the involvement of Jews in the war. The second goal was to defend the Jewish community from these attacks and to emphasize its involvement in the war effort.

After World War II, JCRC evolved into a community relations resource serving to coordinate friendly relations and resolutions of problems among the residents of Cincinnati, whether Jewish or non-Jewish. JCRC worked with other local organizations and churches to fulfill the common goals of defending the rights of all minorities, promoting peaceful race relations and fostering good relationships among Jews and Christians.

Many JCRC activities were designed to meet the goal of ending discrimination against Jews and other minorities in housing, education and employment. In the 1950s and 1960s JCRC joined the fight to eliminate the teaching of religion or recitation of prayers in public schools in Cincinnati and throughout the United States. In the 1950s through the 1970s, JCRC worked to stop segregation in the Cincinnati Public Schools. JCRC also fought discrimination in local clubs, parks, and hotels during the 1940s through the 1960s.

Discrimination against Jews in the Soviet Union beginning in the late 1940s provoked a protest movement in the United States. Beginning in the 1960s, JCRC joined the movement to assist Soviet Jews denied exit from the Soviet Union. JCRC joined with other groups and sponsored rallies, demonstrations and programs to bring attention to the plight of Soviet Jewry. In addition, JCRC lobbied lawmakers to pressure the Soviet Union to end the persecution.

To foster the goal of promoting peaceful race relations, JCRC initiated programs designed to educate the public about different ethnic and religious groups. Beginning in the 1940s, JCRC offered educational programs, provided resources to schools, and promoted speakers on various subjects. In response to the civil unrest of the late 1960s, JCRC helped to create the Metropolitan Area Religious Cooperation of Cincinnati (MARCC) and continues as an active member. MARCC promotes friendly relations between different religious and racial groups through religious cooperation and understanding.

Individuals active in JCRC have included a number of prominent Cincinnati Jews. Past Presidents of JCRC include Jacob Rader Marcus, Phillip M. Meyers, C. E. "Mike" Israel, Lester A. Jaffe, Harold K. Goldstein, Bernard Rosenberg, Charles Tobias, Jr., Solomon Greenberg, Carol Dragul, Benjamin Gettler, Malcolm Bernstein, Gloria Haffer, Burton Perlman, June Burgin and Barbara Rabkin.

Today, JCRC works to combat antisemitism, to secure equal rights for all people and to draw awareness to international issues such as Israel, the Middle East, the plight of oppressed Jews, and other issues of concern. One JCRC report succinctly describes the current mission of the organization:

"JCRC develops programs which explain the customs and the religion of the Jewish community to the general public. In addition, JCRC serves as a forum for discussion and coordinated action on public policy issues which affect and concern the Jewish community. Finally, the JCRC works to improve the position of all groups in American society."

From the report "The Jewish Community Relations Council of Cincinnati," n.d. in Folder 113/14.


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of correspondence, reports, news releases, clippings, photographs, and other materials relating to the activities of the JCRC from 1934-2007. The largest sections of the collection include materials on antisemitism and the radical right, religion, church and state issues, religion in the public schools, civil rights, Israel, the National Community Relations Advisory Council, and Soviet Jewry. There are also materials on Nazism and the Holocaust, together with correspondence with Jewish and non-Jewish organizations, both national and local. Included are records of the JCRC's involvement in, and reaction to, national and local issues and events. The collection also includes financial and administrative records of the Cincinnati JCRC.

The records of the Jewish Community Relations Council are divided into five record groups. Received in small shipments over a number of years, the records were processed into groups, each at different times. Each new group was added at the end of the collection as a separate record group. Record Groups I-III were arranged chronologically under nearly identical subject headings. Record Group IV, processed in 1997, was arranged by department or agency of origin of the materials. Record Group V, processed in 2013, was also arranged, using minimal processing guidelines, by department or agency of origin of the materials. Types of materials, subject matter, and dates may overlap in more than one Record Group. The researcher is advised to explore all the groups, under similar headings, in the Series List and more detailed Box List.


Arrangement Note

This collection is arranged in five (5) record groups:

  • Record Group I. 1934-1986.
  • Record Group II. 1972-1988.
  • Record Group III. 1976-1988.
  • Record Group IV. 1940s-1996.
  • Record Group V. 1988-2007.

Conditions of Access and Use

Terms of Access and Use

The Jewish Community Relations Council (Cincinnati, Ohio) Records are open to all users. The original manuscript collection is available in the Barrows-Loebelson Reading Room of the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives.

Property and Literary Rights

Jewish Community Relations Council, by the act of donating the Jewish Community Relations Council (Cincinnati, Ohio) Records to the American Jewish Archives, assigned all property rights to the American Jewish Archives. Literary rights are retained by the Jewish Community Relations Council. Literary rights may also be retained by specific creators of materials.

Questions concerning rights should be addressed to the Executive Director of the American Jewish Archives. For more information see the American Jewish Archives copyright information webpage.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Footnotes and bibliographic references should refer to the Jewish Community Relations Council (Cincinnati, Ohio) Records and the American Jewish Archives. A suggestion for at least the first citation is as follows:

[Description], [Date], Box #, Folder #. MS-202. Jewish Community Relations Council (Cincinnati, Ohio) Records. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Provenance

The Jewish Community Relations Council (Cincinnati, Ohio) Records were received from the Jewish Community Relations Council, Cincinnati, Ohio from 1980 to 1989. Additional records were received from the Jewish Community Relations Council, Cincinnati, Ohio in various installments from 1998 to 2007.

Processing Information

Processed by American Jewish Archives staff. Additional processing by Michelle Wirth Detroit, February, 2013.


Box Folder Listing

Record Group I. 1934-1986.[75 Hollinger boxes, (30 linear feet)]
Scope and Content Note: Record Group I includes the following topics: Hitler's rise to power in Germany; antisemitism in pre- and post-World War II Cincinnati; religion in public schools; segregation in the Cincinnati Public Schools; discrimination and segregation in Cincinnati housing, employment, and recreation; race relations and civil unrest in the 1960s; internal administration and office files from 1941-1980s; programs and activities related to Israel; involvement in politics and lobbying, especially from 1940s-1960s; and the remembrance of Holocaust victims and persecution of Nazi war criminals.
Arrangement Note: This record group is divided into eighteen (18) series:
Series A. Antisemitism. 1934-1977.
Box Folder
1 1 Kappe, Walter. 1934-1943.
1 2 Cincinnati German Organizations. 1938-1943.
1 3 Dilling, Elizabeth. Mother of Sons. 1938-1943.
1 4 Cincinnati Freie Presse. 1939-1940.
1 5 American Association Against Communism. 1939-1941.
1 6 Cincinnati Freie Presse. 1940-1951.
1 7 Miscellaneous Organizations. 1940-1950.
Box Folder
2 1 Cecil, John. 1940.
2 2 America First. 1940-1943.
2 3 Mantle Club. 1940.
2 4 America First. 1941.
2 5 Parents' Legion. 1941-1943.
2 6 Builders of America. 1942.
2 7 German-American Citizens League/America First. 1943.
2 8 American Charter Party. 1942.
2 9 Close, Upton. 1940s.
2 10 Kimberly, Lewis. Campaign for Congress. 1942.
2 11 Hebrew-Christian Hour. 1943.
2 12 Lincoln, James. 1943.
2 13 Progressive Party. 1945-1950.
2 14 Medical School Discrimination. 1946.
2 15 Mason Dixon Society. Undated.
Box Folder
3 1 Antisemitic Groups. 1947.
3 2 Mothers of Sons. 1947.
3 3 Ku Klux Klan. 1947-1965.
3 4 J.C. Penney. Antisemitism. 1948.
3 5 Gillaspie, Ray. Radio Program. 1948.
3 6 Goff, Kenneth. 1948.
3 7 General. 1946-1961.
3 8 Relief for Germany. 1949.
3 9 Expulsion of Ex-Nazis. 1949.
3 10 Flagstad, Kirsten. 1949.
3 11 Lindbergh, Charles A. 1949-1952.
3 12 Radical Right Groups. 1950s.
3 13 Cincinnati Freie Presse. 1950-1951.
3 14 Women for God and Country. 1956.
3 15 Minute Women. 1951-1955.
Box Folder
4 1 Minute Women. 1958.
4 2 McCracken, Maurice. 1958.
4 3 Hate Bombings. 1958.
4 4 Kamp, Joseph P. 1958.
4 5 Judicial Appointments. 1959.
4 6 John Birch Society. 1960s.
4 7 Hate Mail. 1960s.
4 8 Nazi Party. 1960-1964.
4 9 Discrimination. 1960s.
4 10 Lenhardt, Kristofer. 1961.
4 11 Hall, Gordon. 1961.
4 12 Now or Never. 1961-1962.
4 13 Flax, William. 1953-1966.
Box Folder
5 1 Open Forum. 1963.
5 2 Christian Anti-Communist Crusade. 1963.
5 3 National Association for the Advancement of White People. 1963-1964.
5 4 Christian Anti-Communist Crusade. 1964-1965.
5 5 Miscellaneous. 1964-1970.
5 6 Anti-Communism Seminar. 1965.
5 7 Cross Burnings. 1965.
5 8 The American Free Press. 1964-1966.
5 9 Olson, Noble. 1965-1969.
5 10 Constitutional Heritage Club. 1965-1969.
5 11 Ridge, George. 1966.
5 12 General. 1966.
5 13 National States' Rights Party. 1966.
5 14 Mattar, Samuel E. 1967.
5 15 Social Club Discrimination. 1977.
5 16 Truth Seeker. Newsletter. 1968.
5 17 National Socialist White People's Party. 1971.
5 18 Liberty Lobby. 1973.
5 19 Urichsville, Ohio. Incident. 1945.
5 20 Antisemitism, Holocaust and Yom haShoah Material. April 1981 - April 1986.
Box Folder
6 1 Incidents. 1950-1959.
6 2 Incidents. 1960-1966.
6 3 Incidents. 1967-1976.
Series B. Church and State. 1941-1974.
Box Folder
6 4 Released Time. 1941-1948.
6 5 Religion in Public Schools. Holiday Observance Conference. 1945-1949.
6 6 Religion in Public Schools. Questionnaire. Undated.
Box Folder
7 1 Released Time. 1947-1950.
7 2 Busing. Parochial Schools. 1949-1950.
7 3 Christmas/Hannukah. 1950-1955.
7 4 Released Time. 1950-1964.
7 5 Released Time. 1950-1968.
7 6 Use of Public School Buildings for Religious Groups. 1951-1956.
7 7 Gideon Bibles. 1952-1953.
7 8 Church-State Relations Committee. 1952-1966.
7 9 Regional Conference. Religion in Public Schools. 1954.
7 10 Religion in Public Schools. 1955-1956.
7 11 Sunday Closing Laws. 1955-1966.
Box Folder
8 1 Religion in Public Schools. Greenville, Ohio. 1975.
8 2 Religion in Public Schools. 1957-1958.
8 3 Holidays and Public Schools. 1957-1969.
8 4 Released Time. 1957-1961.
8 5 Prayer in Public Schools. Position Paper. 1958.
8 6 Busing. Parochial Schools. 1958-1966.
8 7 High Holidays. 1958-1972.
8 8 Religious Material in Curriculum. 1958-1960.
8 9 Religious Material in Curriculum. 1961.
Box Folder
9 1 Religion in Public Schools. 1959-1960.
9 2 Gideon Bibles. 1960.
9 3 Religion in Juvenile Courts. 1960-1961.
9 4 Religion in Public Schools. Ohio. 1960-1961.
9 5 Prayer at Public Functions. 1960-1967.
9 6 Federal Aid to Education. 1961.
9 7 Ministerial Lands. 1961.
9 8 Religion in Public Schools. Miami, Florida. 1961.
9 9 Prayer in Public Schools. 1962.
9 10 Shared Time in Public Schools. 1962.
9 11 Bible Reading and Lord's Prayer. 1963.
9 12 Waiver of Building Fee. Parochial Schools. 1963.
9 13 Religion in Public Schools Committee. 1963.
9 14 Religion in Public Schools. 1963-1965.
Box Folder
10 1 Becker Amendment. Prayer in Public Schools. 1964.
10 2 Busing Bill. Parochial Schools. 1964-1965.
10 3 Busing Bill. Parochial Schools. Clergy Lists and Correspondence. 1965.
Box Folder
11 1 Busing Bill. Parochial Schools. Clergy Lists and Correspondence. 1965.
11 2 Busing Bill. Parochial Schools. 1965.
11 3 Busing Bill. Parochial Schools. 1965-1966.
11 4 Busing Bill. Parochial Schools. Legal Action After Passage. 1965-1966.
Box Folder
12 1 Busing Bills. Copies of Bills and Hearings, Ohio. 1965-1966.
12 2 Busing Bills. Parochial Schools. Other States. 1965-1966.
12 3 Busing Bills. Ohioans Against the Bus Bill. 1965-1967.
12 4 Dirksen Amendment. Prayer in Public Schools. 1966.
12 5 Church and State. 1966.
12 6 Ohio Bond Commission. 1967.
12 7 Amicus Curia Brief to Supreme Court. Parochial Schools. 1967.
12 8 Public Aid to Private Schools. 1968.
12 9 Religious Symbols on Public Property. 1969.
12 10 Ohio Bill #531. Aid to Non Public Schools. 1969.
12 11 Prayer in Public Schools. Ohio House Bill #91. 1972-1974.
Series C. Cincinnati Public Schools. 1949-1971.
Box Folder
12 12 Fraternities and Sororities. 1949.
12 13 Media Coverage. 1950-1960.
12 14 Hebrew in Public High Schools. 1951-1952.
12 15 Textbook controversies. 1952, 1964-1967.
12 16 Fraternities and Sororities. 1953.
12 17 Church and State. February 1978-Ju1y 1985.
Box Folder
13 1 Cincinnati School Foundation. 1955-1964.
13 2 Fraternities and Sororities. 1960.
13 3 Airborne Education Program. 1961.
13 4 Teacher Discrimination. 1964.
13 5 Tutorial Program. 1965.
13 6 General. 1965-1968.
13 7 Administration Discrimination. 1966.
13 8 Public School Census. 1966.
13 9 Cincinnatians United for Good Schools. 1967.
13 10 College Entrance Exams. 1967.
13 11 School Tax Levy. 1968-1970.
13 12 Walnut Hills High School. 1971.
13 13 School Aid Law Suit. 1968.
13 14 School Crisis. 1968.
Box Folder
14 1 Citizen School Committee. 1969.
14 2 General. 1971.
Series D. Civil Rights. 1940-1976.
Box Folder
14 3 Business Discrimination. 1940-1950.
14 4 Hotel and Resort Discrimination. 1941-1950.
14 5 Advertising Discrimination and Unethical Practices. 1941-1955.
14 6 Restrictive Covenants. 1946-1957.
14 7 Application Forms. Liberal Arts Colleges. 1946.
14 8 Fair Employment Practices. Various Cities. 1946-1950.
14 9 Fair Employment Practices. Cincinnati. 1946-1950.
14 10 Fair Employment Practices. Federal. 1947-1953.
14 11 Free Access to Public Facilities. 1948-1965.
14 12 Discrimination. Incident Reports. 1948-1954.
14 13 Urban League. 1948-1966.
14 14 Racial Incidents. 1949.
14 15 Discrimination. Country and Sports Clubs. 1949-1950.
14 16 South Avondale Playground Association. 1950.
14 17 Discrimination. Incident Reports. 1950-1951.
14 18 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1950-1951.
14 19 Fisk University Race Relations Department. Correspondence. 1951-1952.
14 20 Racial Amity Committee. 1951-1952.
Box Folder
15 1 Hotel and Resort Discrimination. 1951-1955.
15 2 Fair Employment Practices. Correspondence. 1951-1955.
15 3 President's Committee on Government Contracts. 1951-1955.
15 4 Fair Employment Practices. Canada. 1951-1955.
15 5 Panel of Americans. 1952-1953.
15 6 Prejudice and Our Children. 1953.
15 7 Coney Island, Ohio. Discrimination. 1955.
15 8 Fair Employment Laws. 1956-1965.
15 9 School Segregation. 25 October 1957.
Box Folder
16 1 Desegregation. 1957-1967.
16 2 Cincinnati Action Committee for Civil Rights. 1957-1969.
16 3 Right to Work Amendment. 1958.
16 4 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Committee. 1958-1968.
16 5 Employment. 1960s.
16 6 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1960s.
16 7 Black Muslims. 1960-1962.
16 8 Discrimination. 1960-1964.
16 9 Discrimination. 1961.
16 10 Black Muslims. 1961-1965.
16 11 Interstate Bakery vs. NAACP. 1962-1963.
16 12 Freedom Fair. 1962-1963.
Box Folder
17 1 Policy on Racial Justice. 1963-1965.
17 2 Cincinnati Civil Rights March. 1963.
17 3 Civil Rights March on Washington, DC. 1963.
17 4 Husman Potato Products Company. Boycott. 1963.
17 5 Black-Jewish Race Relations. 1963.
17 6 National Conference. Religion and Race. 1963-1964.
17 7 Civil Rights Act. 1964.
17 8 Hoover, J. Edgar and Martin Luther King, Jr. 1964.
17 9 Race Riots. 1964-1965.
17 10 School Segregation. Cincinnati. 1964-1965.
17 11 Golf Manor Synagogue. Race Relations Activities. 1965.
17 12 Selma, Alabama. 1965.
17 13 Group Libel Laws. 1965-1968.
17 14 Committee on Civil Rights. Lawyers' Subcommittee. 1964-1968.
17 15 School Segregation. Ohio. 1965-1966.
17 16 Black Power. 1966.
Box Folder
18 1 Public School Desegregation. Cincinnati. 1966-1969.
18 2 Race Riots and Tensions. 1966-1969.
18 3 Jobs for Cincinnati, Inc. 1967.
18 4 Racial Prejudice by Jews. 1967.
18 5 Black Antisemitism. 1967-1968.
18 6 Civil Rights. 1967-1971.
18 7 Equal Opportunity. 1968.
18 8 Anti-Riot Ordinance. 1968.
18 9 Poor People's March and Southern Christian Leadership Conference. 1968.
18 10 King, Martin Luther, Jr. Assassination. 1968.
18 11 Black Manifesto. 1969.
18 12 Project Commitment. 1968-1969.
18 13 Project Equality. 1968-1971.
18 14 Police Brutality. 1969.
18 15 Human Relations Institutes. 1969-1972.
18 16 Jewish-Black Relations. 1970.
18 17 United Negro College Fund. 1971.
18 18 Operation Respect. 1972.
18 19 Equal Rights Legislation. 1973.
18 20 Black-Jewish Dialogue. 1975-1976.
18 21 National Black Political Convention. 1976.
Box Folder
19 1 Restrictive Covenants. 1945-1952.
19 2 Queen City Association. 1946-1948.
19 3 North College Hill. School Case. 1947-1948.
19 4 Discrimination Against Jews. Housing, Holidays, etc. 1948-1955.
19 5 Discrimination. Housing. 1947, 1950.
19 6 White Flight. 1951.
19 7 Real Estate Board. 1952.
19 8 Urban League. 1952-1953.
19 9 Legislation on Housing Discrimination. 1953-1955.
19 10 Zoning Laws. 1957-1959.
19 11 Better Housing League of Cincinnati. 1957-1966.
19 12 Committee on Civil Rights. Housing. 1957-1960, 1966-1968.
19 13 Avondale Community Council. 1958-1969.
Box Folder
20 1 Discrimination. Housing. 1959.
20 2 Modern Community Developers. 1959.
20 3 General. 1959-1960.
20 4 Urban Affairs Committee, Population Mobility Committee and Sub-Committee on Housing. 1959-1976.
20 5 Cincinnati Committee for Equal Opportunity in Housing. 1960-1963.
20 6 Housing Conference. 1960-1964.
20 7 North Avondale Neighborhood Association. 1960-1967.
20 8 Changing Neighborhoods. 1963-1965.
Box Folder
21 1 Housing Opportunity Made Equal. 1964-1967.
21 2 McClain-Paradise Fair Housing Ordinance. 1964.
21 3 Substandard Housing. Cincinnati. 1964-1968.
21 4 Substandard Housing Conference. 1965.
21 5 Committee for Civic Responsibility. 1965-1967.
21 6 Fair Housing Bill (#308). Ohio. 1966.
21 7 General. 1966.
Box Folder
22 1 Neighborhood Youth Corps. 1966.
22 2 Bond Hill-Roselawn Community Council. 1966-1971.
22 3 Model Cities. 1967.
22 4 Fair Housing Bill (#797). Ohio. 1967.
22 5 North Avondale Neighborhood Association. 1967-1969.
22 6 Bond Hill-Roselawn Community Council. 1967-1968.
22 7 Housing Opportunities Made Equal. 1967-1969.
22 8 Paddock Road Neighborhood Stabilization Projects. 1967-1970.
22 9 Open Housing. 1967-1970.
22 10 Housing Our People Economically. 1967-1971.
Box Folder
23 1 New City. Television Program. 1968.
23 2 Neighborhood Centers. 1968.
23 3 Non-Profit Housing. 1968.
23 4 Urban Crisis. 1968.
23 5 Urban Crisis. Leadership Seminar. 1968.
23 6 Operation Welcome. 1968.
23 7 Urban League of Greater Cincinnati. 1968.
23 8 Urban Coalition. 1968.
23 9 Urban Rabbinic Internship. 1969.
23 10 Hunger Coalition Early. 1970s.
23 11 Interfaith Task Force Public Assistance Reform. 1970-1973.
23 12 Jewish Neighborhoods. Racial Tension. 1971.
23 13 Residential Neighborhood Community Association Conference. 1973.
23 14 Community Development Committee. 1976.
Box Folder
24 1 Adult Education Council of Metropolitan Cincinnati. 1952-1956.
24 2 Advisory Committee on Human Relations. 1963-1967.
24 3 Advisory Committee on Intergroup Relations. 1965-1969.
24 4 American Civil Liberties Union. Ohio. 1949, 1955.
24 5 Anti-Nazi League. 1942-1947.
24 6 Boy Scouts of America. 1967.
24 7 Cincinnati Council on World Affairs. 1960-1963.
24 8 Cincinnati Human Relations Commission. 1964-1969.
24 9 Cincinnati Public Library. 1956-1970.
Box Folder
25 1 Community Chest. 1954-1955.
25 2 Community Relations Conference. Ohio. 1969.
25 3 Fellowship House. 1953-1955.
25 4 Fellowship House. 1948-1964.
25 5 Fellowship House. 1962-1965.
25 6 Friendship Square. 1960.
25 7 Girl Scouts. 1958-1960.
25 8 Greater Cincinnati Interfaith Commission. 1964-1967.
25 9 Intergroup Agency Council. 1950-1963.
25 10 Intergroup Agency Council. 1964.
25 11 Intergroup Education Council. 1952.
25 12 Intergroup Relations Workshop. 1966.
Box Folder
26 1 Institute for American Democracy. 1950-1954.
26 2 Law Enforcement Assistance Administration. 1971.
26 3 Mayor's Friendly Relations Committee (MFRC). 1943-1948.
26 4 MFRC. 1954-1965.
26 5 MFRC. Reports. 1959-1964.
26 6 MFRC. Minutes. 1960-1965.
26 7 MFRC. Correspondence. 1951-1955.
26 8 Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati. Structure and Policies. 1968; Undated.
26 9 Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati. Correspondence, Speeches. 1968-1983.
Box Folder
27 1 National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials. 1951-1955.
27 2 National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials. Correspondence. 1952-1955.
27 3 National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials. Minutes and Correspondence. 1967-1971.
27 4 National Association of Social Workers. 1973-1974.
27 5 Police Community Relations Committee. 1968-1970.
27 6 Professional Group. 1967-1968.
27 7 Religion-Labor Group of Greater Cincinnati. 1950.
27 8 School and Community Committee on Intergroup Relations. 1953-1955.
27 9 Sesquicentennial Committee. Ohio. 1952-1953.
27 10 Teen Tension Committee. 1965.
27 11 United People. 1969.
Series E. Internal Administration. 1941-1982.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into eight (8) subseries:
Subseries 1. Budget. 1949-1980.
Box Folder
28 1 Correspondence. 1949-1952.
28 2 Reports. 1951-1953.
28 3 Budget, Program Reports. 1959-1980.
28 4 Budget. 1971-1972.
Subseries 2. Committees and Programs. 1946-1979.
Box Folder
28 5 Cincinnati Jewish Community Council. 1946-1950.
28 6 Program Description. 1949-1969.
28 7 Committee on Internal Relations. 1955.
28 8 Conciliation and Arbitration Board. 1955-1961.
28 9 Biennial Meeting. 1959, 1962.
Box Folder
29 1 Minutes. 1970-1974.
29 2 Minutes. June 1978-May 1979.
29 3 Minutes. January 1981-October 1983.
29 4 Minutes. January 1981-October 1983.
29 5 Minutes. June 1984-May 1985.
Box Folder
30 1 Minutes. Executive Committee Minutes. 0ctober 1981-1983.
30 2 Minutes. Urban Affairs Committee Minutes. 1981-1983.
30 3 Committees. On Anti-Democratic Forces. 1961-1965.
30 4 Committees. On Community Education. 1962.
30 5 Committees. On Religious Liberties. 1962-1966.
30 6 Committees. World Jewry Committee. 1965-1968.
30 7 Committees. Community Consultations Committee. 1964-1967.
30 8 Committees. Religious Liberties Committee. 1967.
30 9 Committees. Interreligious Affairs Committee. 1967-1969.
30 10 Program. 1968-1979.
30 11 Miscellaneous Committees. 1970s.
30 12 Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. 1970-1972.
30 13 Bicentennial Program. 1976.
30 14 Miscellaneous Committees. 1976-1978.
30 15 Breakfast Meetings. 1979.
Subseries 3. General Correspondence. 1951-1980.
Box Folder
30 16 General Correspondence. 1951.
30 17 Correspondence Index. 1951-1955.
30 18 General Correspondence. 1951-1955.
Box Folder
31 1 General Correspondence. 1952.
31 2 Form Letters. 1952.
31 3 National Correspondence. 1952-1953.
31 4 General Correspondence. 1953.
31 5 Form Letters. 1953-1954.
31 6 General Correspondence. 1954.
Box Folder
32 1 General Correspondence. 1954.
32 2 General Correspondence. 1954-1955.
32 3 General Correspondence. 1954-1955.
32 4 Inter City Correspondence. 1955-1971.
32 5 Form Letters. 1955-1956.
32 6 Goldstein, Harold. 1958-1967.
32 7 General Correspondence. 1961-1969.
32 8 General Correspondence. 1962-1968.
Box Folder
33 1 General Correspondence. 1962-1971.
33 2 General Correspondence. 1963-1968.
33 3 General Correspondence. 1970-1974, 1977.
33 4 Rapp, Michael G. 1979-1980.
Subseries 4. Executive Committees and Board. 1956-1980.
Box Folder
33 5 Annual Meeting. 1956.
33 6 Nominating Committee. 1958-1979.
33 7 Executive Committee. 1959-1978.
33 8 Biennial Committee Meeting. 1962-1980.
Box Folder
34 1 Director Selection Committee. 1963, 1969.
34 2 Board Meetings. Agenda and Minutes. 1967-1979.
34 3 Delegates Council. 1976.
34 4 Associates. Fund Raising. 1976-1978.
Subseries 5. Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1970-1979.
Box Folder
34 5 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1970.
34 6 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1976.
34 7 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1977.
34 8 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1978.
34 9 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1979.
Subseries 6. Publicity. 1941-1977.
Box Folder
34 10 Cincinnati Enquirer. Prejudice in Advertising. 1941-1955.
34 11 Cincinnati Enquirer. Anti-Prejudice Ads. 1942.
34 12 Board Meeting Minutes. June 1981-March 1986.
34 13 Board Roster. 1969-1984.
Box Folder
35 1 Cincinnati Enquirer. Correspondence and Clippings. 1944-1974.
35 2 Articles on Cincinnati JCRC. 1945-1958.
35 3 Television Programming. Correspondence. 1948-1952.
35 4 News Releases. 1950-1951.
35 5 News Releases. 1952-1953.
35 6 Radio and Television. Correspondence. 1952.
35 7 Mass Media Orientation Dinner. 1953.
35 8 Media Committee. 1956-1958.
35 9 Religious Television Programming. 1957-1962.
35 10 News Releases. 1957-1964.
35 11 Jewish Newsletter. Correspondence. 1958.
35 12 Message of Israel. Publication. 1958-1963.
35 13 Press, Radio, Television Committee. 1958-1963.
35 14 WLW Radio. Go To Church and Synagogue Program. 1960.
35 15 Letters to the Editor. 1949-1950, 1965-1967, 1970-1972.
35 16 Letters to the Editor. Survey. 1966.
35 17 Public Information Committee. 1967-1970.
Box Folder
36 1 Television Programming. 1969.
36 2 Radio and Television. 1970.
36 3 Media Dinner. 1971.
36 4 Stepchild Radio. 1972-1973.
36 5 Jewish Dimension. WCPO Television. 1972-1976.
36 6 Press Releases and Media Projects. 1976-1977.
36 7 Radio WAIF. 1976-1977.
36 8 Public Affairs Luncheon. 1977.
Subseries 7. Personnel. 1952-1979.
Box Folder
36 9 Marcus, Jacob R. Testimonial Luncheon. 1952.
36 10 Personnel. 1957.
36 11 Minutes, Press Releases and Mailings. 1957-1964.
36 12 Messer, Charles M. 1957-1969.
36 13 Marcus, Jacob R. 1959-1964.
36 14 Israel, C.E. "Mike." 1959-1965.
36 15 Personnel. 1960-1970.
36 16 Personnel. Practices and Insurance. 1961.
Box Folder
37 1 Posner, Charles. 1960-1963.
37 2 Posner, Charles. Reception. 1963.
37 3 Citron, Abraham. 1963-1965.
37 4 Gilligan, John H. 1965-1967.
37 5 Office Relocation. 1968.
37 6 Personnel Practices. 1968-1971.
37 7 Credit Union. 1971.
37 8 Vietnam War. Conscientious Objector Status. 1972.
37 9 Field Placements. University of Cincinnati. 1975.
37 10 Levinrad, Jerry. Farewell Luncheon. 1979.
Subseries 8. Speakers' Bureau. 1953-1982.
Box Folder
37 11 Speeches. 1953-1963.
Box Folder
38 1 Speeches. 1958-1960.
38 2 Speaking Engagements. 1961-1963.
38 3 Speakers Requested. 1970.
38 4 Speeches. 1973; Undated.
38 5 Speakers' Bureau Engagements. 1975-1977.
38 6 Speaking Engagements. Mann, Miriam. 1967-1970.
38 7 Trial of Jesus Controversy. 1969.
Box Folder
39 1 Recruiting Speakers. 1975-1976.
39 2 Speaking Engagements. 1978-1979.
39 3 Speakers' Bureau Brunch. 1980.
39 4 Speaking Engagements. 1980-1982.
Series F. Israel. 1951-1980.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into three (3) subseries:
Subseries 1. Committee on the Middle East. 1958-1978.
Box Folder
39 5 Consulate General of Israel. Correspondence. 1958-1961.
39 6 Israel-Middle East Affairs Committee. 1970-1972.
39 7 Consulate General of Israel. Correspondence. 1976-1977.
39 8 Committee on Arab-Israeli Problems. 1956-1957.
39 9 Israel Related Correspondence.
39 10 Israel and Middle East Reports.
Box Folder
40 1 Israel and Middle East Committee. 1960-1971.
40 2 Israel and Middle East Committee. 1972-1978.
40 3 Ad Hoc Committee on Israel. 1969-1974.
Subseries 2. Defense Activities. 1954-1978.
Box Folder
40 4 Halaby, Fouad. University of Cincinnati Student. 1954-1956.
40 5 Scripps-Howard Editorial Policy. 1956-1968.
40 6 Response. 1956 War. 1956.
40 7 Arab Activism. 1956.
40 8 Eichmann, Adolf. Trial. 1960.
40 9 Arab Boycott. 1961, 1967-1976.
40 10 Six Day War. Response. 1967.
40 11 Arab-Americans. 1967.
40 12 Arab Activism. 1967-1970.
40 13 Arab Activism. University of Cincinnati. 1968.
40 14 University of Cincinnati. Professors for Israel. 1969.
40 15 Response. WKRC Television. Editorial. 1969.
40 16 Congress. Correspondence. 1969-1975.
40 17 Middle East Development. 1981-1985.
Box Folder
41 1 Israel Newsletter. 1971.
41 2 Yom Kippur War. Response. 1973.
41 3 Sinai Agreement. 1975.
41 4 United States Missile Sale to Jordan. 1975.
41 5 Response. Kenneth Hautman Letter to Editor. 1976.
41 6 Cincinnati Enquirer ad. 1977.
41 7 Arms Sale. 1978.
Subseries 3. Programs and Activities. 1951-1980.
Box Folder
41 8 Miscellaneous Memos. 1951-1952.
41 9 Israel Tenth Anniversary. 1958.
41 10 Vice Mayor of Jerusalem. Visit. 1985.
41 11 Speakers. 1958-1968.
41 12 Israel Independence Day/Birthday celebrations. Twentieth Birthday. 1968.
41 13 Israel Independence Day/Birthday celebrations. Twenty-First Birthday. 1969.
41 14 Israel Independence Day/Birthday celebrations. Programs Consultant. 1969-1971.
41 15 Israel Independence Day/Birthday celebrations. Independence Day. 1970.
41 16 Israel Independence Day/Birthday celebrations. Twenty-Fourth Birthday. 1972.
41 17 Israel Independence Day/Birthday celebrations. Twenty-Fifth Birthday. 1973.
41 18 Israel Independence Day/Birthday celebrations. Twenty-Sixth Birthday. 1974.
41 19 Dinner. Shlomo Aronson. 1976.
41 20 Luncheon. Justice Meir Shamgar. 1976.
41 21 Israel Twenty-Eighth Birthday. 1976.
41 22 Luncheon. Asher Naim. 1977.
41 23 Scholar in Residence. 1977.
41 24 High School Exchange Program. 1977.
41 25 Cincinnati Enquirer Ad. 1977.
41 26 Israel Thirtieth Birthday. 1978.
Box Folder
42 1 High School Exchange Program. 1978.
42 2 Luncheon. Simcha Dimitz. 1978.
42 3 Israel's International Conference on Women in Leadership. 1978.
42 4 Scholar in Residence. 1978.
42 5 Cohen, Yigal. Visit. 1978.
42 6 Meir, Golda. Memorial Tribute. 1978.
42 7 Naim, Asher and Nimrod Barkau. Visit. 1979.
42 8 Israel Thirty-First Birthday. 1979.
42 9 Scholar in Residence. 1979.
42 10 Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty. 1979.
42 11 Kochau, David. 1980.
Series G. Jewish-Christian Relations. 1936-1972.
Box Folder
42 12 Catholic Telegraph Register. 1936-1966.
42 13 United Religious Rally. 1943.
42 14 National Conference of Christians and Jews. 1945-1953.
42 15 Church-State Committee. 1953-1957.
42 16 Conversion to Christianity. 1954.
42 17 Catholic-Jewish Relations. 1963-1972.
Box Folder
43 1 Interreligious Committee. 1964-1969.
43 2 Jewish-Christian Relations. 1966-1971.
43 3 Religious Education Association. 1967-1968.
43 4 Ohio Council of Churches. Resolution on Israel. 1968.
Series H. Jewish Community Council. 1945-1972.
Box Folder
43 5 Jewish Community Center (JCC). 1945-1956.
43 6 JCC. 1956-1966.
43 7 JCC. 1957-1964.
43 8 JCC. Forum. 1965-1971.
Box Folder
44 1 JCC. Board of Directors. 1967-1968.
44 2 JCC. 1967-1972.
44 3 JCC. 1968-1972.
44 4 Jewish Culture and Art Committee. 1969.
44 5 Camp Livingston. 1969-1972.
Series I. Jewish Federation. 1969-1975.
Box Folder
44 6 Agency Executives. 1969-1975.
44 7 Agency Program Assessment. 1971.
44 8 Board Minutes and Correspondence. 1967-1976.
Box Folder
45 1 Budget Requests. 1954-1975.
45 2 Emergency Plan. 1974-1975.
45 3 Executive Committee. 1973.
45 4 Program Assessment. 1963-1967.
45 5 Organizational Structure. 1950.
45 6 Social Planning Division. 1970-1971.
Series J. Jewish Organizations. 1941-1971.
Box Folder
45 7 American Council for Judaism. 1952-1954.
45 8 American Jewish Archives. 1950-1951.
45 9 American Jewish Committee (AJC). Cincinnati Chapter. 1948-1950.
45 10 AJC. National. 1948-1949.
45 11 AJC. Correspondence. 1951-1954.
45 12 AJC. Reference. 1953-1955.
45 13 AJC. Correspondence. 1956-1963.
Box Folder
46 1 AJC. Cincinnati. 1967-1971.
46 2 AJC. Jewish-Baptist Scholar's Conference. 1971.
46 3 American Jewish Congress (AJCong). Correspondence. 1974-1949.
46 4 AJCong. Commission on Community Interrelations. 1949-1950.
46 5 AJCong. Correspondence. 1951-1955.
46 6 AJCong. Commission on Community Interrelations. 1950, 1954 and undated.
46 7 AJCong. Commission on Law and Social Action. 1948-1955.
46 8 AJCong. Reference Material. 1949-1955.
46 9 American Zionist Council. 1954.
46 10 Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith (ADL). Correspondence. 1946-1955.
Box Folder
47 1 ADL. Columbus. 1951-1955.
47 2 ADL. Reference. 1953-1955.
47 3 ADL. Correspondence. 1956-1963.
47 4 ADL. Correspondence. 1960-1964.
47 5 ADL. Correspondence. 1967-1971.
47 6 Associated Jewish Agencies. 1956-1965.
47 7 Association of Jewish Community Relations Workers (AJCRW). 1950-1951.
Box Folder
48 1 AJCRW. 1952-1955.
48 2 AJCRW. 1965.
48 3 B'nai B'rith. 1946-1965.
48 4 Bureau on Jewish Employment Problems. 1960-1964.
48 5 Cleveland Jewish Community Federation. 1952-1954.
48 6 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. 1953-1954.
48 7 Hadassah. 1966.
48 8 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR). Speakers' Bureau and Human Relations Class. 1951-1952.
48 9 HUC-JIR. 1960-1961.
48 10 HUC-JIR. Reaction to Kent State killings and Cambodian invasion. 1970.
48 11 Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Committee. 1950-1952.
48 12 Isaac M. Wise Temple. High School Department. 1960-1966.
48 13 Jewish Family Service Bureau. 1950-1951.
48 14 Jewish Family Service Bureau. 1965-1971.
48 15 Jewish Film Advisory Committee. 1970.
48 16 Jewish Hospital. 1947-1965.
48 17 Jewish Labor Committee (JLC). 1950-1955.
48 18 JLC. Correspondence. 1952-1955.
48 19 JLC. 1956-1961.
48 20 JLC. 1969.
48 21 Jewish League Against Communism. 1951-1957.
48 22 Jewish National Fund. 1962-1965.
48 23 Jewish Publication Society. 1957-1965.
Box Folder
49 1 Jewish Vocational Service (JVS). 1965.
49 2 JVS. 1946-1953.
49 3 JVS. 1951-1959.
49 4 JVS. 1957-1964.
49 5 Jewish War Veterans (JWV). Crusade for Freedom. 1950.
49 6 JWV. 1952-1955.
49 7 JWV. 1958-1965.
49 8 Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). Correspondence. 1951-1955.
49 9 JWB. 1958-1960.
49 10 JWB. Clippings. 1949-1965.
49 11 Jewish Welfare Fund (JWF). Correspondence. 1952-1954.
49 12 JWF. Budget. 1952-1962.
49 13 JWF. Budget. 1953-1954.
49 14 JWF. Budget. 1957-1962.
49 15 JWF. Campaign. 1963-1964.
Box Folder
50 1 Jewish Women's Organization. Federation. 1964-1970.
50 2 National Conference of Jewish Communal Services. 1968.
50 3 National Council of Jewish Women. 1958-1964.
50 4 National Community Relations Advisory Council (NCRAC). Overt Antisemitism. 1941-1954.
50 5 NCRAC. Committee Minutes. 1943-1955.
50 6 NCRAC. Clippings. 1945-1967.
50 7 NCRAC. American Council for Judaism. Correspondence. 1948-1950.
50 8 NCRAC. Committee on Interfaith Activities. 1948-1950.
50 9 NCRAC. Executive Committee. 1948-1951.
50 10 NCRAC. Plenary Session. 1949.
50 11 NCRAC. Committee on Discrimination in Educational Institutions. 1949-1955.
50 12 NCRAC. Correspondence. 1950-1955.
Box Folder
51 1 NCRAC. Reference. 1950-1965.
51 2 NCRAC. Committee on Employment Discrimination. 1950-1955.
51 3 NCRAC. Plenary Session. 1950.
51 4 NCRAC. Committee on Evaluation Studies. 1950-1952.
51 5 NCRAC. Committee on Community Consultation. 1950-1954.
51 6 NCRAC. McCarran Act. Immigration. 1950-1952.
Box Folder
52 1 NCRAC. Immigration Committee. 1951-1952.
52 2 NCRAC. McCarran Act. Immigration. 1954-1955.
52 3 NCRAC. Immigration Committee. 1952-1955.
Box Folder
53 1 NCRAC. News Releases. 1951-1954.
53 2 NCRAC. Legislative Information Committee. 1951-1955.
53 3 NCRAC. Committee on Intercultural Education. 1951-1955.
53 4 NCRAC. Committee on Veterans. 1951-1955.
53 5 NCRAC. Committee on Interreligious Activities. 1951-1955.
53 6 NCRAC. Motion Picture Committee. 1951-1952.
53 7 NCRAC. Committee on Joint Financing. 1951-1952.
53 8 NCRAC. Committee on Discrimination in Housing. 1952-1955.
53 9 NCRAC. Committee on Reassessment. 1957-1962.
53 10 NCRAC. Budget Correspondence. 1952-1955.
53 11 NCRAC. MacIver Report. 1952.
53 12 NCRAC. Executive Committee. 1952-1953.
Box Folder
54 1 NCRAC. Joint Advisory Committee. 1953-1955.
54 2 NCRAC. Committee on Jewish Employment Problems. 1953.
54 3 NCRAC. Joint Program Planning. 1953-1955.
54 4 NCRAC. Executive Committee. 1953-1955, 1960-1962.
54 5 NCRAC. Civil Liberties Committee. 1953-1956.
54 6 NCRAC. Committee on Community Consultation. 1954-1955.
54 7 NCRAC. Plenary Session. 1954-1955.
54 8 NCRAC. Budget Correspondence. 1955-1970.
54 9 NCRAC. Hennings Committee. 1955.
54 10 NCRAC. Motion Picture Association. 1955, 1962.
54 11 NCRAC. Charles Posner. Correspondence. 1956-1963.
Box Folder
55 1 NCRAC. Isaiah M. Minkoff. Correspondence. 1957-1967.
55 2 NCRAC. Sylvia Rudy. Correspondence. 1958-1964.
55 3 NCRAC. Plenary Session. 1960-1961, 1964.
55 4 NCRAC. Philip Jacobsen. Correspondence. 1961-1962.
55 5 NCRAC. Plenary Session. 1962.
55 6 NCRAC. Correspondence. 1964-1971.
55 7 NCRAC. Plenary Session. 1965-1969.
55 8 NCRAC. Commission on International Community Relations Concerns. 1967-1970.
55 9 Northern Hills Jewish Community. 1960.
55 10 Ohio Jewish Community Relations Conference. 1946-1949.
Box Folder
56 1 Ohio Conference of Jewish Community Relations. 1958-1964.
56 2 Ohio Valley Council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 1964-1967.
56 3 Ohel Torah Rabbinical Academy, Columbus. 1958.
56 4 Rockdale Temple. Community Affairs. 1963-1969.
56 5 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 1957-1963.
56 6 Union of Orthodox Congregations. 1958-1959.
56 7 United Jewish Social Agencies. 1946-1952.
56 8 World Jewish Congress. 1962-1966.
Series K. Political Activities. 1943-1980.
Box Folder
56 9 Germany. 1949.
56 10 Germany. 1950.
Box Folder
57 1 Germany. 1951-1953.
57 2 Germany. 1954.
57 3 Discrimination in Films. 1943-1960.
57 4 Benson, George S. Anti-communism campaign. 1948-1950.
57 5 Mindszenty, Cardinal. Trial. 1949.
57 6 Pro-Communist Newsletter. 1950.
57 7 Munich as Sister City. 1951.
57 8 Oxnam, Bishop G. Bromley. 1953-1955.
57 9 McCarthy, Joseph. 1953-1955.
57 10 Capital Punishment. 1959-1960.
57 11 Immigration. 1956.
57 12 Saxe, Charlotte. 1957-1959.
57 13 Police Advisory Board. 1960.
57 14 Institute on Police and Community Relations. 1960-1963.
57 15 House Un-American Activities Committee. 1961-1963.
57 16 Presidential Election. 1960-1964.
Box Folder
58 1 Censorship. 1961-1964.
58 2 Kennedy, John F. Memorial Service. 1963.
58 3 Police Canine Corps. 1964-1968.
58 4 Russian Health Exhibit. 1965.
58 5 Immigration Law. 1965.
58 6 Voter Registration. 1966.
58 7 Voting Guidelines. 1967.
58 8 Vietnam War Protest. 1967-1968.
58 9 United Farm Workers Strike. 1968.
58 10 Jewish Peace Fellowship. 1968-1969.
58 11 Police Community Relations. 1969.
58 12 United Nations Children's Fund. 1972-1973.
58 13 Watergate Scandal. 1974.
58 14 Cambodian Refugees. 1980.
Series L. Judaica. 1940-1972.
Box Folder
58 15 Silver, Eliezer. 1940-1941.
58 16 Adoptions. 1944-1950.
Box Folder
59 1 Kosher laws. 1950s.
59 2 American Jewish League Against Communism. 1950-1951.
59 3 Jewish Holidays. 1951-1965.
59 4 What the Jews Believe, by Philip Bernstein. Correspondence. 1952.
59 5 American Jewish Tercentenary. 1954.
59 6 Sabbath Observation Work Compensation. 1954.
59 7 Jewish Music Festival. 1954.
59 8 Jewish Population. Cincinnati. 1955-1965.
59 9 Jewish Identity Research Project. 1956-1957.
59 10 Community Hebrew Schools. 1958-1959.
59 11 Discrimination in Employment. 1958.
59 12 Humane Slaughter of Animals. 1959.
59 13 Silver, Eliezer. 1961.
59 14 Humane Slaughter of Animals. 1961.
59 15 Hebrew in Public High School. 1967.
59 16 Jewish Youth. 1971.
59 17 Jewish Education. 1971-1972.
59 18 Migration Patterns of Jewish Population in Cincinnati. 1972.
Series M. Soviet Jewry. 1964-1983.
Box Folder
60 1 Committee on Soviet Antisemitism. 1964.
60 2 Committee on Soviet Antisemitism. 1964.
60 3 General. 1964-1967.
60 4 World Jewish Affairs Committee. 1964-1969.
60 5 Eternal Light Vigil. 1965.
Box Folder
61 1 Eternal Light Vigil. 1965.
61 2 General. 1966.
61 3 Passover Program. 1966.
61 4 The Price of Silence. Television Program. 1966.
61 5 Matzoh of Oppression. 1966-1967.
61 6 Passover Program. 1967.
61 7 Passover Exhibit. 1967.
61 8 Academicians Committee. 1967.
61 9 World Jewish Affairs Committee. 1967.
61 10 Passover Music Program. 1967.
Box Folder
62 1 Hannukah Program and March. 1967.
62 2 Student Protest Rally. Federal Building. 1967.
62 3 Passover Program. 1967.
62 4 National Leadership Conference on Soviet Jewry. 1967.
62 5 General. 1967-1968.
62 6 Youth Program. Simchat Torah. 1968.
62 7 World Jewish Affairs Passover Program. 1968.
62 8 Youth Program. Simchat Torah. 1968.
62 9 Youth Representative. 1969.
Box Folder
63 1 Youth Programs. 1969.
63 2 General. 1969.
63 3 Rally. 1970.
63 4 General. 1970.
63 5 Freedom Bus. 1970.
63 6 Soviet Jewry Committee. 1971.
63 7 Basketball Demonstration. 1971.
63 8 Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry. 1971.
63 9 General. 1971.
63 10 News Clippings. 1971.
63 11 Program for Refuseniks. 1971-1972.
63 12 Council for Soviet Jewry. 1970-1972.
63 13 Shapiro, Judy Silver. 1972.
63 14 Correspondence. 1972.
63 15 Solidarity Day. 1972.
63 16 Demonstration Against Ossipov Balalaika Orchestra. 1972.
63 17 Bayer, Abraham, Jr. Visit. 1972.
Box Folder
64 1 Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry. 1972.
64 2 Zalmanson, Sylva. 1972.
64 3 Murder of Poets. 1972.
64 4 General. 1973.
64 5 Soviet Jewry Committee. 1971-1973.
64 6 Programs. 1973-1974.
64 7 Girshas Family. 1973-1976.
64 8 Simchat Torah Programs. 1973-1974.
64 9 General. 1974.
64 10 Newsletters. 1974-1975.
64 11 U.S. Congress. Correspondence. 1974-1975.
64 12 Soviet Jewry Committee. 1974-1977.
64 13 News Releases. 1974-1975.
64 14 Hunger Strike. 1975.
64 15 Panov Family. 1975.
64 16 Penson, Boris. Art Exhibit. 1975.
64 17 General. 1975.
64 18 Soviet Jewry Committee. 1975.
64 19 Postal Data. 1975.
64 20 Solidarity Day. 1975.
64 21 Simchat Torah. 1973.
64 22 Greeting Card Program. 1975-1976.
Box Folder
65 1 Soviet Jewry Committee. 1975-1976.
65 2 Jewish Sister City. Kishinev, Moldavian SSR, USSR. 1975-1976.
65 3 News Clippings. 1975-1976.
65 4 General. 1976.
65 5 Midwest Conference on Soviet Jewry. 1976.
65 6 Soviet Jewry Committee. 1976-1977.
65 7 Soviet Jewry Committee. 1977-1978.
65 8 Art Exhibits. 1977.
65 9 General. 1977.
65 10 Katz, Jessica. 1978.
65 11 Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry. 1978.
65 12 Slepak Family. 1978.
65 13 Hunger Strike. 1978.
65 14 Katz, Boris. Reception. 1979.
65 15 Walkathon. 1979.
65 16 Soviet Jewry. 1983.
Series N. University of Cincinnati. 1947-1972.
Box Folder
66 1 University of Cincinnati (UC). 1947-1958.
66 2 UC. Faculty Discrimination Survey. 1949-1951.
66 3 UC. Discrimination and Quotas. 1950.
66 4 UC. Fraternities and Sororities. 1956-1963.
66 5 UC. 1956-1965.
66 6 UC. Work Permits for Foreign Students. 1957-1958.
66 7 UC. Langsam, Walter C. 1958.
66 8 UC. Hillel House. 1959-1965.
66 9 UC. 1965.
66 10 Xavier University. Jewish Professor. 1966.
66 11 UC. Religious Center. 1967.
66 12 UC. Tuition Grant for College Students. 1967.
66 13 UC. Jewish Youth on Campus. Study. 1968.
66 14 UC. Hillel House. 1968.
Box Folder
67 1 UC. Department of Religious Planning. 1970.
67 2 UC. Faculty Council. 1970-1977.
67 3 UC. Jewish Studies. 1972.
Series O. Nazism and Holocaust. 1940-1979.
Box Folder
67 4 Fight for Freedom Committee. 1940-1941.
67 5 Niemoeller, Rev. Martin. Protest. 1947-1949.
67 6 Genocide Convention. 1949-1950.
67 7 Genocide Convention. 1950-1954.
67 8 Von Karajan, Herbert. Protest. 1955.
67 9 Nazi War Criminals. 1964.
67 10 Holocaust and Resistance. Exhibit. 1973.
67 11 Locating Ex-Nazis. 1976.
67 12 Yom haShoah. 1976-1979.
67 13 Butz, Arthur R. Holocaust Hoax. 1977.
67 14 Kristallnacht. 1978.
67 15 Symposium. Workshop on the Teaching of the Holocaust. 1978.
67 16 Television Series. Holocaust. 1978.
67 17 Mayor's Declaration. Days of Remembrance. 1979.
Series P. Daybooks. 1979-1984.
Box Folder
68 1 Daybooks. 0ctober 1979-January 1980.
68 2 Daybooks. 0ctober 1979-January 1980.
68 3 Daybooks. September 1980-March 1981.
68 4 Daybooks. September 1980-March 1981.
68 5 Daybooks. January-June 1981.
Box Folder
69 1 Daybooks. January-June 1981.
69 2 Daybooks. January-June 1981.
69 3 Daybooks. July-November 1981.
69 4 Daybooks. July-November 1981.
69 5 Daybooks. November 1981-March 1982.
Box Folder
70 1 Daybooks. November 1981-March 1982.
70 2 Daybooks. March 1982-July 1982.
70 3 Daybooks. March 1982-July 1982.
70 4 Daybooks. July-December 1982.
70 5 Daybooks. July-December 1982.
Box Folder
71 1 Daybooks. January-March 1983.
71 2 Daybooks. January-March 1983.
71 3 Daybooks. April-June 1983.
71 4 Daybooks. April-June 1983.
71 5 Daybooks. July-August 1983.
71 6 Daybooks. July-August 1983.
Box Folder
72 1 Daybooks. August-September 1983.
72 2 Daybooks. August-September 1983.
72 3 Daybooks. October-November 1983.
72 4 Daybooks. October-November 1983.
72 5 Daybooks. January-March 1984.
72 6 Daybooks. January-March 1984.
Series Q. News clippings. 1981-1983.
Box Folder
73 1 News clippings (Cincinnati, Ohio). 1981.
73 2 News clippings (Cincinnati, Ohio). 1981.
73 3 News clippings (Cincinnati, Ohio). March-August 1982.
73 4 News clippings (Cincinnati, Ohio). March-August 1982.
73 5 News clippings (Cincinnati, Ohio). September 1982-March 1983.
Box Folder
74 1 News clippings (Cincinnati, Ohio). September 1982-March 1983.
74 2 News clippings (Cincinnati, Ohio). March-September 1983.
74 3 News clippings (Cincinnati, Ohio). March-September 1983.
Series R. General Correspondence. 1962-1986.
Box Folder
75 1 General correspondence. 1962-1973.
75 2 General correspondence. 1974-1977.
75 3 General correspondence. 1978-1982.
75 4 General correspondence. 1983-1986.
Record Group II. 1972-1988.[17 Hollinger boxes (6.8 linear feet)]
Scope and Content Note: Record Group II includes the following topics: antisemitism in the 1970s and early 1980s; Black-Jewish relations; internal administration and office files of the late 1970s and early 1980s; Jewish-Christian relations, including Ecumedia News Service, the Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati, and Vatican II; Soviet Jewry advocacy from the late 1970s to early 1980s; and Yom haShoah (Holocaust remembrance) programs from 1980 to 1987.
Arrangement Note: This record group is divided into thirteen (13) series:
Series A. Antisemitism. 1976-1982.
Box Folder
76 1 Antisemitic Incidents. 1976-1981.
76 2 Antisemitic Incidents. 1976-1981.
76 3 Antisemitic Incidents. 1976-1981.
76 4 Christian Business Telephone Directory. 1982.
Series B. Church and State. 1977.
Box Folder
76 5 Oyler Incident. 1977.
Series C. Cincinnati Public Schools. 1977.
Box Folder
76 6 Finneytown Teachers Workshop. 1977.
Series D. Civil Rights. 1978-1984.
Box Folder
76 7 Black-Jewish Project. 1984.
76 8 Black-Jewish Relations. Undated.
Box Folder
77 1 Black-Jewish Relations. Andrew Young. 1978-1979.
77 2 Black-Jewish Relations. Hamilton County State Bank. 1979-1980.
77 3 Black-Jewish Relations. Civil Rights. Miscellaneous. Undated.
Series E. Non-Jewish Organizations correspondence. 1986-1987.
Box Folder
77 4 Government Affairs Committee. Legislative reception. 1986.
77 5 Government Affairs Committee. Lobbying workshop. 1987.
Series F. Internal Administration. 1976-1988.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into seven (7) subseries:
Subseries 1. Committees and Programs. 1976-1988.
Box Folder
77 6 Associates. 1977-1978.
77 7 Associates. 1980-1982.
77 8 Associates. 1983-1984.
77 9 Biennial Meeting. 1982.
Box Folder
78 1 Biennial Meeting. 1984.
78 2 Committee Assignment. 1984-1985.
78 3 Energy Coalition. 1981.
78 4 High School Jewish Heritage Seminar. 1976.
78 5 Israel High School Student Exchange. 1980.
78 6 Israel High School Student Exchange. 1981.
78 7 Israel High School Student Exchange. 1982.
78 8 Israel High School Student Exchange. 1984.
Box Folder
79 1 Israel High School Student Exchange. 1984.
79 2 Israel High School Student Exchange. 1986.
79 3 Israel High School Student Exchange. 1987-1988.
79 4 Nominating Committee. 1980-1982.
79 5 Nominating Committee. 1983-1985.
79 6 Scholars-in-Residence. 1978-1981.
79 7 Miscellaneous Projects. 1980-1981.
79 8 Miscellaneous Projects. 1981-1982.
79 9 Miscellaneous Projects. 1982-1983.
Subseries 2. General Correspondence and Press Releases. 1976-1983.
Box Folder
80 1 General Correspondence. 1982-1983.
80 2 Press Releases. 1976-1978.
Subseries 3. Executive Committees and Board. 1978-1985.
Box Folder
80 3 Executive Board. 1978-1980.
80 4 Executive Board. 1980-1981.
80 5 Executive Board. 1981-1982.
Box Folder
81 1 Executive Board. 1982-1983.
81 2 Executive Board. 1983-1984.
81 3 Executive Board. 1984-1985.
81 4 Executive Board. 1979-1981.
Subseries 4. Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1980-1985.
Box Folder
81 5 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1980.
81 6 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1981.
81 7 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1982.
Box Folder
82 1 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1982.
82 2 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1984.
82 3 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1985.
82 4 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1985.
Subseries 5. Publicity. 1976-1983.
Box Folder
82 5 "Jerusalem: Past and Present." 1980.
Box Folder
83 1 Media Luncheon. 1981.
83 2 Media Luncheon. 1983.
83 3 WCET Television Program. 1976.
Subseries 6. Personnel. 1979-1983.
Box Folder
83 4 Alphabetical File. Undated.
83 5 Assistant Director Search. 1980.
83 6 Executive Director Search. 1979.
83 7 Student Interns. Undated.
83 8 Miscellaneous Positions. 1983.
Subseries 7. Speaker's Bureau. 1976-1985.
Box Folder
83 9 General. 1976-1978.
83 10 General. 1979-1980.
Box Folder
84 1 General. 1983-1985.
84 2 Bar-Ilan, David. 1984.
84 3 Barkan, Nimrod. 1981-1982.
84 4 Ben-Dov, David. 1986.
84 5 Ben-Eliezer, Benjamin. 1982.
84 6 Dine, Tom. 1980.
84 7 Gonen, Pinchas. 1981-1984.
84 8 Hamilton, Lee. 1982-1983.
84 9 Herlitz, Esther. 1983.
84 10 Kesten, Alisa H. 1980.
84 11 Luken, Thomas A. 1984.
84 12 Marom, Shlomo. 1983.
84 13 Naim, Asher. 1981.
84 14 NBC Correspondents Breakfast Briefing. 1983.
84 15 Rabin, Yitzhak. 1982.
Box Folder
85 1 Rosenne, Meir. 1983.
85 2 Ross, Dennis. 1983.
85 3 Zalmanson, Israel. 1979.
Series G. Israel. 1978-1985.
Box Folder
85 4 Clergy Conference on Israel. 1978.
85 5 Israel 30th Anniversary.
85 6 Mission to Israel. 1982-1983.
85 7 Yom Ha'atzmaut. 1983-1985.
Series H. Jewish-Christian Relations. 1972-1983.
Box Folder
86 1 Ecumedia News Service. 1976-1980.
86 2 Ecumedia News Service. 1980-1981.
86 3 Ecumedia News Service. 1982-1983.
86 4 Interreligious Committee. 1982.
86 5 Jewish-Catholic Relations. Workshops. 1972-1973.
86 6 Jewish-Christian Relations. Joseph L. Bernardin. 1975-1981.
Box Folder
87 1 Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati (MARCC). 1979-1981.
87 2 MARCC. Background Papers. Undated.
87 3 MARCC. Planning Meeting. 1980.
87 4 Vatican II. Undated.
Series I. Jewish Federation. 1973-1982.
Box Folder
87 5 Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. 1973-1974.
87 6 Memos. 1978-1982.
Series J. Jewish Organizations. 1976-1988.
Box Folder
87 7 Association of Jewish Communal Executives. 1980-1982.
Box Folder
88 1 Association of Jewish Communal Executives. 1980-1982.
88 2 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC). Minkoff Institute. 1980-1984.
88 3 NJCRAC. Minkoff Institute. 1988.
88 4 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1976.
88 5 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1977.
88 6 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1978.
88 7 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1980.
88 8 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1980.
Box Folder
89 1 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1981.
89 2 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1982.
89 3 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1983.
89 4 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1983.
89 5 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1984.
89 6 NJCRAC. Plenum. 1984.
89 7 NJCRAC. Miscellaneous. Committees. 1984.
Series K. Political Activities. 1980.
Box Folder
90 1 Presidential Campaign. 1980.
Series L. Soviet Jewry. 1979-1986.
Box Folder
90 2 Interfaith Plea. 1986.
90 3 National Conference on Soviet Jewry. 1985.
90 4 Newsletters. 1979-1980.
90 5 Union of Councils for Soviet Jews. 1980.
90 6 Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry. 1980-1982.
90 7 Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry. 1983-1985.
Series M. Nazism and Holocaust. 1976-1987.
Box Folder
90 8 Convention Plans. 1976-1977.
90 9 Liberators Recognition. 1982.
90 10 Martens, Albert. Award. 1982.
Box Folder
91 1 Memorials. 1983.
91 2 Yom haShoah. 1980.
91 3 Yom haShoah. 1981.
91 4 Yom haShoah. 1982.
91 5 Yom haShoah. 1983.
91 6 Yom haShoah. 1984.
Box Folder
92 1 Yom haShoah. 1986.
92 2 Yom haShoah. 1987.
Record Group III. 1976-1988.[9 Hollinger boxes (3.6 linear feet)]
Scope and Content Note: Record Group III includes the following topics and materials: programs and projects sponsored by JCRC or in which JCRC participated; the correspondence of Executive Director, Michael G. Rapp; various international issues such as the energy crisis, apartheid, human rights, and terrorism; materials related to Israel from the late 1970s to mid-1980s, including arms sales, terrorism, and the involvement of Amnesty International; Jewish-Christian relations, including evangelism, the New Right, and various other religiously conservative organizations and individuals; programs for Soviet Jews and Refuseniks, including New Year's cards, pen-pals, and Matzoh of Hope; and Holocaust remembrances.
Arrangement Note: This record group is divided into eleven (11) series:
Series A. Antisemitism. Undated.
Box Folder
93 1 Antisemitism Reports.
93 2 Antisemitic Incidents.
93 3 Roberts, Archibald.
Series B. Church and State. Undated.
Box Folder
93 4 Religion in Local Public Schools.
93 5 Miscellaneous.
Series C. Internal Administration. 1976-1988.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into five (5) subseries:
Subseries 1. Committees and Programs. 1976-1986.
Box Folder
93 6 JCRC Projects. 1978-1979.
93 7 Cincinnati Historical Society. Northwest Ordinance Exhibit. 1986.
93 8 Downtown Holiday Celebration. December 1976.
93 9 Education.
93 10 Goldfeder, Fishel.
93 11 Jewish Lobby.
93 12 King, Martin Luther, Jr. Exhibit.
93 13 Kraft, Louis. Award. 1979.
93 14 Miller, Abraham.
93 15 Passover Program. 1984.
93 16 Statue of Liberty Centennial.
93 17 Viewpoint.
93 18 Voter Registration Meeting. 1984.
93 19 Miscellaneous.
93 20 Equal Opportunity and Urban Affairs Committee.
93 21 Equal Opportunity and Urban Affairs Committee.
Box Folder
94 1 Equal Opportunity and Urban Affairs Committee.
94 2 Finance Committee.
94 3 Governmental Affairs Sub-Committee of the JCRC Urban Affairs Committee.
94 4 Individual Liberty and Jewish Security Committees.
94 5 Interreligious Relations and Church-State Separation Committees.
94 6 Israel Task Force Committee.
94 7 Israel Task Force Committee.
94 8 Israel Task Force Committee.
94 9 Jewish Bicentennial Committee.
94 10 Nominating Committee.
94 11 Public Information. Mass Media Committee.
Box Folder
95 1 Soviet Jewry Committee.
95 2 Soviet Jewry Committee.
95 3 Soviet Jewry Committee.
95 4 Miscellaneous. 1982-1986.
Subseries 2. General Correspondence.
Box Folder
95 5 Rapp, Michael G.
95 6 Rapp, Michael G.
Subseries 3. Executive Committees and Board. 1983-1988.
Box Folder
95 7 Annual Meeting. 1983.
95 8 Annual Meeting. 1987.
95 9 Budget Review Reports.
Box Folder
96 1 Biennial Meeting. 1986.
96 2 Executive Board. 1983-1984.
96 3 Executive Board. 1984-1985.
96 4 Executive Board. 1985-1987.
96 5 Executive Board. 1986-1987.
96 6 Executive Board. 1987-1988.
96 7 Executive Board. Workshop. 1985.
Subseries 4. Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1985.
Box Folder
96 8 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1985.
Subseries 5. Publicity.
Box Folder
96 9 Action Alerts.
96 10 American Israelite.
96 11 Associates Mailings.
96 12 Cincinnati Enquirer.
96 13 Cincinnati Post.
96 14 Ecumedia Cable Network.
96 15 Evans and Novak Columns.
96 16 Jewish Programming in the Media.
96 17 Jewish Programming in the Media.
96 18 JCRC Newsletters.
Box Folder
97 1 Vision Israel.
97 2 Miscellaneous.
97 3 Miscellaneous.
Series D. Daybooks. 1984-1987.
Box Folder
97 4 Daybooks. May-June 1984.
97 5 Daybooks. May-August 1984.
97 6 Daybooks. June-July 1984.
97 7 Daybooks. August-September 1984.
97 8 Daybooks. August-October 1984.
97 9 Daybooks. October-November 1984.
Box Folder
98 1 Daybooks. October 1984-February 1985.
98 2 Daybooks. November 1984.
98 3 Daybooks. January-February 1985.
98 4 Daybooks. June-July 1987.
98 5 Daybooks. July-September 1987.
98 6 Daybooks. October-November 1987.
98 7 Daybooks. November-December 1987.
Series E. International Issues. Undated.
Box Folder
98 8 Apartheid.
98 9 Boat People.
98 10 Central America.
98 11 Civil Rights.
Box Folder
99 1 Energy Crisis.
99 2 Jews in Other Lands.
99 3 Madrid Conference on Human Rights.
99 4 Middle East.
99 5 Reagan, Ronald. Bitburg Cemetery Visit.
99 6 Terrorism.
99 7 United Nations. Security Council Resolution re: Jerusalem.
99 8 United Nations. World Conference on Women.
Series F. Israel. 1978-1985.
Box Folder
99 9 Amnesty International and Israel. 1985.
99 10 Barkan, Nimrod.
99 11 Ben-Dov, David.
99 12 Ben-Haim, Oded.
99 13 Ethiopian Jewry in Israel. 1982-1985.
99 14 Gan, Gershon. 1985.
99 15 Gonen, Pinchas. 1985.
99 16 International Terrorism.
99 17 Lebanon. 1982.
99 18 Jordan Arms Sales. 1984-1985.
99 19 Saudi Arabia Arms Sales. 1978-1981.
99 20 Shahak, Israel. 1980.
99 21 Miscellaneous.
Series G. Jewish-Christian Relations. 1984; Undated.
Box Folder
99 22 Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
99 23 Catholic Telegraph.
99 24 Christian Television.
99 25 Evangelism.
99 26 Hebrew Christians.
99 27 New Right.
99 28 Rice, Victor.
99 29 Swaggart, Jimmy. 1984.
99 30 Workshop on Jewish-Christian Relations.
99 31 Miscellaneous.
Series H. Jewish Organizations. 1985.
Box Folder
99 32 American-Israel Political Action Committee. 1985.
99 33 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1985.
Series I. Political Activities. 1980-1988.
Box Folder
99 34 Bunning, Jim.
Box Folder
100 1 Candidate Forum. 1984.
100 2 Charitable Contributions Legislation.
100 3 County Home Rule.
100 4 Glenn, John.
100 5 Gradison, Willis D.
100 6 Hamilton, Lee. 1985.
100 7 Luken, Thomas. Adoption of Soviet Jewry Prisoner of Conscience.
100 8 Political Leaders. Local.
100 9 Presidential Campaign. 1980-1988.
100 10 Miscellaneous.
Series J. Soviet Jewry. 1978-1985.
Box Folder
100 11 Abram, Morris.
100 12 Action Alerts.
100 13 Adopt-A-Family.
100 14 Agendas and Letters. 1983.
100 15 Begun, Josef.
100 16 By Spirit Alone. Photo Exhibit.
100 17 By Spirit Alone. Photo Exhibit.
100 18 Children of Activists.
100 19 Commemorative Concert for Murdered Poets.
100 20 Demonstrations Against Soviet Tours.
100 21 Gift Parcels to Russia.
100 22 Guberman, Igor.
100 23 Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.
100 24 Hockey Game.
100 25 Hockey Game.
100 26 Interfaith Coalition Against the Repression of Emigration.
100 27 International Day of Concern.
100 28 Invitations to Israel for Soviet Jews.
Box Folder
101 1 Jewish Identity.
101 2 Matzoh of Hope. 1978-1979.
101 3 National Conference on Soviet Jewry Leadership Meeting. 1984.
101 4 New Year's Cards.
101 5 "Pages of Testimony."
101 6 Pen-Pals.
101 7 Purim Cards to Refuseniks. 1981.
101 8 Rally Clippings.
101 9 Regional Conference on Soviet Jewry. 1978.
101 10 Shcharansky, Anatoly. Trial. 1978.
101 11 "Services Forbidden." Posters.
101 12 Shkolnick, Feiga.
101 13 Shkolnick, Isaak. 1984-1985.
101 14 Simchat Torah. 1977.
101 15 Slepak Family.
101 16 Soviet Jewry Demonstrations.
101 17 Soviet Jewry Report.
101 18 Soviet Jewry Sukkah.
101 19 Soviet Jews Profiles.
101 20 Trade Agreement.
101 21 Tufeld, Igor.
101 22 Yakir Committee.
101 23 Miscellaneous.
Series K. Nazism and Holocaust. 1983-1985.
Box Folder
101 24 Cincinnati Programs.
101 25 Community Conference on the Holocaust.
101 26 Films.
101 27 Goldman, Stuart. Paintings.
101 28 Holocaust Memorial Foundation in Cincinnati.
101 29 Holocaust Programming.
101 30 Holocaust Statewide Observance. 1983.
101 31 Yom haShoah. 1985.
101 32 Miscellaneous.
Record Group IV. 1962-1996.[64 record cartons (64 linear feet)]
Scope and Content Note: Record Group IV begins with items relating to the daily running of JCRC, then progresses from those series most closely relating to JCRC and Cincinnati to those less related, such as national and international concerns. The bulk of records in Record Group IV are dated in the 1980s and 1990s, with some information from the 1970s. However, some early material exists, including photographs from the 1950s and 1960s, materials concerning JCRC's twenty-fifth anniversary, and materials pertaining to discrimination at Proctor and Gamble from the 1940s to 1960s. The bulk of material in Record Group IV pertains to the administration of Michael G. Rapp and contains a great deal of information reflecting both Rapp and Assistant Director, Alice Abrams. A great deal of their correspondence, files relating to conferences they attended, and information about committees they sat on prior to 1997 are contained in Record Group IV.
Arrangement Note: This record group is divided into nine (9) series:
Series A. Internal Administration. 1962-1996.[19 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: This series contains governing documents including: constitution and bylaws, revisions of these documents, minutes, correspondence, and miscellaneous records of the Board of Directors. Other files cover finance and budgeting concerns, especially those resulting after outside funding was cut. The Priorities Committee was formed to address these issues. Records of groups and organizations with which Michael G. Rapp was involved as a representative of JCRC or as a member of the Jewish community of Cincinnati are included in Series A. These organizations include the Northwest Ordinance and the United States Constitution Bicentennial Commission. The bulk of records in Series A are from the 1980s and 1990s, but some earlier records exist. Some of the earlier records in Series A relate to JCRC's twenty-fifth anniversary in 1962 and information relating to the history of Judaism in Cincinnati. Whenever the original order of the contents of the files was unclear, the contents were left in the order found, as with the Daybooks and news clippings. A number of documents relate to non-print items that were removed to the Non-Print Materials series. The Media and Publicity sub-series, for example, contains documents relating to the Mosaic television program, but the videotapes of the programs are filed in the Non-Print Materials series.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into fifteen (15) subseries:
Subseries 1. Correspondence. 1979-1994.
Box Folder
102 1 Correspondence. July-September 1979.
102 2 Correspondence. October-November 1979.
102 3 Correspondence. December 1979-January 1980.
102 4 Correspondence. February-April 1980.
102 5 Correspondence. May-June 1980.
102 6 Correspondence. July-August 1980.
102 7 Correspondence. September-December 1980.
102 8 Correspondence. January-February 1981.
102 9 Correspondence. March-April 1981.
102 10 Correspondence. May-June 1981.
102 11 Correspondence. July-September 1981.
102 12 Correspondence. October-November 1981.
102 13 Correspondence. December 1981-January 1982.
102 14 Correspondence. February-April 1982.
102 15 Correspondence. May-July 1982.
102 16 Correspondence. August-September 1982.
102 17 Correspondence. October-November 1982.
102 18 Correspondence. December 1982-February 1983.
Box Folder
103 1 Correspondence. March-April 1983.
103 2 Correspondence. May 1983.
103 3 Correspondence. June 1983.
103 4 Correspondence. July 1983.
103 5 Correspondence. August 1983.
103 6 Correspondence. September 1983.
103 7 Correspondence. October-November 1983.
103 8 Correspondence. December 1983-January 1984.
103 9 Correspondence. February-9 March 1984.
103 10 Correspondence. 10 March-8 April 1984.
103 11 Correspondence. 1985-1994.
103 12 Correspondence with Jewish Federation of Cleveland.
103 13 General Correspondence of Executive Assistant.
Subseries 2. Administrators' Files. 1982-1994.
Box Folder
104 1 Assistant Director. Alice Abrams. Activities. 1982-1994.
104 2 Assistant Director. Alice Abrams. Activities. 1982-1994.
104 3 Correspondence. 1982-1985.
104 4 Correspondence. 1986-1990.
104 5 Correspondence. 1991-1994.
104 6 Expense Reports. 1984-1994.
104 7 Planning. 1985.
104 8 Executive Director. Michael G. Rapp. Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1985-1988; Undated.
104 9 Executive Director. Michael G. Rapp. Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1985-1988; Undated.
104 10 Executive Director. Michael G. Rapp. Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1985-1988; Undated.
104 11 Executive Director. Michael G. Rapp. Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1985-1988; Undated.
104 12 Executive Director. Michael G. Rapp. Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1985-1988; Undated.
104 13 Executive Director. Michael G. Rapp. Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1985-1988; Undated.
104 14 Executive Director. Michael G. Rapp. Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1985-1988; Undated.
104 15 Executive Director. Michael G. Rapp. Curriculum Vitae. 1985-1988; Undated.
104 16 Boards and Committees, General. Cincinnati Historical Society: Museum Planning Committee.
104 17 Boards and Committees, General. Cincinnati Vision Task Force.
104 18 Boards and Committees, General. Greater Cincinnati Telecommunications Task Force.
Box Folder
105 1 Boards and Committees, General. Greater Cincinnati Telecommunications Task Force.
105 2 Boards and Committees, General. Greater Cincinnati Telecommunications Task Force.
105 3 Boards and Committees, General. Boards and Committees, Northwest Ordinance and United States Constitution Bicentennial Commission. A Strategy for Celebration.
105 4 Boards and Committees, General. Boards and Committees, Northwest Ordinance and United States Constitution Bicentennial Commission. A Strategy for Celebration. Correspondence and Newsletters. 1985-1987.
105 5 Boards and Committees, General. Boards and Committees, Northwest Ordinance and United States Constitution Bicentennial Commission. A Strategy for Celebration. Correspondence and Newsletters. 1988.
105 6 Boards and Committees, General. Boards and Committees, Northwest Ordinance and United States Constitution Bicentennial Commission. A Strategy for Celebration. Executive Committee binder contents. Roster through Minutes.
105 7 Boards and Committees, General. Boards and Committees, Northwest Ordinance and United States Constitution Bicentennial Commission. A Strategy for Celebration. Executive Committee binder contents. Minutes, cont.
105 8 Boards and Committees, General. Boards and Committees, Northwest Ordinance and United States Constitution Bicentennial Commission. A Strategy for Celebration. Executive Committee binder contents. Minutes, cont.
105 9 Boards and Committees, General. Boards and Committees, Northwest Ordinance and United States Constitution Bicentennial Commission. "A Strategy for Celebration. Executive Committee binder contents. Education.
105 10 President. Barbara Rabkin. Correspondence and miscellaneous. Undated.
Subseries 3. Boards and Committees. 1974-1996.
Box Folder
105 11 Ad Hoc Communications Committee. Undated.
105 12 Executive Committee Minutes. 1974-1977.
105 13 Executive Committee Minutes. 1978-1980.
105 14 Executive Committee Minutes. 1982-June 1984.
105 15 Executive Committee Minutes. July-December 1984.
105 16 Executive Committee Minutes. January-February 1985.
105 17 Executive Committee Minutes. June 1985-1987.
105 18 Executive Committee Minutes. 1988-1990.
105 19 Executive Committee Minutes. 1990-1991.
105 20 Executive Committee Minutes. 1991-1992.
105 21 Executive Committee Minutes. 1992-1993.
105 22 Executive Committee Minutes. 1993-1994.
105 23 Executive Committee Minutes. 1994-1995.
105 24 Executive Committee Minutes. 1995-1996.
Box Folder
106 1 Federation Priorities Committee. 1986-1988.
106 2 Finance Committee. 1990.
106 3 Finance Committee. 1991.
106 4 Finance Committee. 1994.
106 5 Finance and Fundraising Committee. 1993-1994.
106 6 Finance and Fundraising Committee. 1994-1995.
106 7 Fundraising Committee. 1987-1990.
106 8 Fundraising Committee. 1992-1994.
106 9 Government Affairs Committee.
106 10 Long Range Planning and Fundraising Committee. 1987.
106 11 Nominating Committee. 1980.
106 12 Nominating Committee. 1986.
106 13 Nominating Committee. 1987.
106 14 Nominating Committee. 1988.
106 15 Nominating Committee. 1989.
106 16 Nominating Committee. 1990.
106 17 Nominating Committee. 1991.
106 18 Nominating Committee. 1992.
106 19 Nominating Committee. 1993.
106 20 Nominating Committee and Board Development. 1993-1994.
106 21 Nominating Committee. 1995.
106 22 Nominating Committee. 1996.
106 23 Priorities Committee.
106 24 Priorities Committee, cont.
106 25 Miscellaneous Committees.
106 26 JCRC Committees Survey. 1988-1990.
106 27 JCRC Committees Survey. 1992-1994.
Subseries 4. Board of Directors. 1962-1995.
Box Folder
106 28 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1962-1967.
106 29 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1974-1976.
Box Folder
107 1 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1977.
107 2 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1979-1980.
107 3 Folder. "Distributed at Board Meeting." 15 July 1980.
107 4 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1983-1984.
107 5 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1985.
107 6 Workshop Folder. 10 October 1985.
107 7 Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1985-1986.
107 8 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1986.
107 9 Minutes and miscellaneous. January-June 1987.
107 10 Minutes and miscellaneous. August 1987-May 1988.
107 11 Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1988-1989.
107 12 Minutes and binder contents. August 1988-May 1989.
107 13 Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1989-1990.
107 14 Minutes and miscellaneous. August-December 1989.
107 15 Minutes and miscellaneous. January-May 1990.
107 16 Workshop. 12 September 1990.
107 17 Minutes and miscellaneous. May-October 1990.
107 18 Minutes and miscellaneous. November 1990-April 1991.
107 19 Minutes and miscellaneous. April-June 1991.
107 20 Minutes and miscellaneous. May 1991-14 January 1992.
107 21 Minutes and miscellaneous. 28 January-May 1992.
107 22 Krug Term Materials. 1992-1994.
Box Folder
108 1 Minutes and miscellaneous. May 1992-12 January 1993.
108 2 Minutes and miscellaneous. 26 January-August 1993.
108 3 Minutes and miscellaneous. May 1993-12 November 1993.
108 4 Minutes and miscellaneous. December 1993-May 1994.
108 5 Workshop. 12 September 1990.
108 6 Miscellaneous Materials. 1990-1992.
108 7 Miscellaneous Materials. 1992-1993.
108 8 Miscellaneous Materials. 1993-1994.
Subseries 5. Daybooks. 1983-1990.
Box Folder
108 9 Daybooks. December 1983.
108 10 Daybooks. January 1984.
108 11 Daybooks. 12-20 March 1984.
108 12 Daybooks. 21-30 March 1984.
108 13 Daybooks. 1-11 April 1984.
108 14 Daybooks. 13-30 Aptil 1984.
108 15 Daybooks. 1-14 May 1984.
108 16 Daybooks. 16-31 May 1984.
108 17 Daybooks. June 1984.
108 18 Daybooks. July 1984.
108 19 Daybooks. August 1984.
Box Folder
109 1 Daybooks. September 1984.
109 2 Daybooks. October 1984.
109 3 Daybooks. November 1984.
109 4 Daybooks. December 1984.
109 5 Daybooks. 1-15 January 1985.
109 6 Daybooks. 16-31 January 1985.
109 7 Daybooks. February 1985.
109 8 Daybooks. 1-8 March 1985.
109 9 Daybooks. 11-31 March 1985.
109 10 Daybooks. 1-10 April 1985.
109 11 Daybooks. 11-30 April 1985.
109 12 Daybooks. 1-17 May 1985.
109 13 Daybooks. 18-31 May 1985.
109 14 Daybooks. June 1985.
109 15 Daybooks. 1-21 July 1985.
109 16 Daybooks. 22-31 July 1985.
109 17 Daybooks. August 1985.
109 18 Daybooks. September 1985.
109 19 Daybooks. 1-16 October 1985.
109 20 Daybooks. 17-31 October 1985.
Box Folder
110 1 Daybooks. December 1985.
110 2 Daybooks. 1-15 January 1986.
110 3 Daybooks. 16-31 January 1986.
110 4 Daybooks. 1-13 February 1986.
110 5 Daybooks. 14-28 February 1986.
110 6 Daybooks. 1-13 March 1986.
110 7 Daybooks. 14-28 March 1986.
110 8 Daybooks. 1-10 April 1986.
110 9 Daybooks. 11-30 April 1986.
110 10 Daybooks. May 1986.
110 11 Daybooks. June 1986.
110 12 Daybooks. July 1986.
110 13 Daybooks. August 1986.
110 14 Daybooks. September 1986.
110 15 Daybooks. October 1986.
110 16 Daybooks. November 1986.
110 17 Daybooks. December 1986.
110 18 Daybooks. January 1987.
110 19 Daybooks. February 1987.
Box Folder
111 1 Daybooks. March 1987.
111 2 Daybooks. April 1987.
111 3 Daybooks. May 1987.
111 4 Daybooks. January 1988.
111 5 Daybooks. February 1988.
111 6 Daybooks. March 1988.
111 7 Daybooks. April 1988.
111 8 Daybooks. May 1988.
111 9 Daybooks. June 1988.
111 10 Daybooks. July 1988.
111 11 Daybooks. August 1988.
111 12 Daybooks. September 1988.
111 13 Daybooks. October 1988.
111 14 Daybooks. 1-16 January 1989.
111 15 Daybooks. 17-31 January 1989.
111 16 Daybooks. February 1989.
111 17 Daybooks. 1-22 March 1989.
111 18 Daybooks. 23-31 March 1989.
111 19 Daybooks. April 1989.
111 20 Daybooks. 1-17 May 1989.
111 21 Daybooks. 18-31 May 1989.
Box Folder
112 1 Daybooks. 1-20 June 1989.
112 2 Daybooks. 22-30 June 1989.
112 3 Daybooks. July 1989.
112 4 Daybooks. August 1989.
112 5 Daybooks. September 1989.
112 6 Daybooks. October 1989.
112 7 Daybooks. November 1989.
112 8 Daybooks. December 1989.
112 9 Daybooks. January 1990.
112 10 Daybooks. February 1990.
112 11 Daybooks. March 1990.
112 12 Daybooks. April 1990.
112 13 Daybooks. 1-11 May 1990.
112 14 Daybooks. 21-31 May 1990.
112 15 Daybooks. June 1990.
112 16 Daybooks. 1-13 July 1990.
112 17 Daybooks. 14-31 July 1990.
112 18 Daybooks. 1-14 August 1990.
112 19 Daybooks. 15-31 August 1990.
112 20 Daybooks. September 1990.
Box Folder
113 1 Daybooks. 1-15 October 1990.
113 2 Daybooks. 16-31 October 1990.
113 3 Daybooks. 1-19 November 1990.
113 4 Daybooks. 20-30 November 1990.
113 5 Daybooks. 1-20 December 1990.
113 6 Daybooks. 21-31 December 1990.
113 7 Daybooks. 1-15 January 1991.
113 8 Daybooks. 16-31 January 1991.
113 9 Daybooks. 1-14 February 1991.
113 10 Daybooks. 15-28 February 1991.
Subseries 6. Fiftieth Anniversary. 1989.
Box Folder
113 11 American Israelite article. 1989.
113 12 American Israelite Supplement. 1989.
113 13 Biographies. 1989.
113 14 Brochure. 1989.
113 15 Expenses. 1989.
113 16 Phoenix Club Arrangements. 1989.
113 17 Planning Committee. 1989.
113 18 Planning materials. 1989.
113 19 Publicity. 1989.
113 20 Reception. 1989.
113 21 Video. 1989.
Subseries 7. Fundraising. 1988-1995.
Box Folder
114 1 Associates Campaign. 1989.
114 2 Associates Campaign. Board Solicitation. 1989.
114 3 Associates Campaign. Phone bank. 1989.
114 4 Associates Campaign. Solicitation Assignments. 1989.
114 5 Associates Campaign. 1990.
114 6 Associates Campaign. 1991.
114 7 Associates Campaign. 1992.
114 8 Associates Campaign. 1993.
114 9 Associates Campaign. JCRC Board. 1993.
114 10 Associates Campaign and other. 1994.
114 11 Associates Campaign. Assignments. 1994.
114 12 Fundraising. 1988.
114 13 Fundraising. 1988.
114 14 Fundraising. 1989.
114 15 Fundraising information. 1994-1995.
Subseries 8. Media and Publicity. 1977-1994.
Box Folder
114 16 Audio-Visual Materials.
114 17 Cable Deregulation.
114 18 Cable Television.
114 19 Days of Rage: The Young Palestinians.
114 20 Heritage PBS Program.
114 21 Holiday Press Kits.
114 22 Holiday Press Kits.
114 23 Holiday Press Kits. Correspondence and Publicity.
114 24 Jewish Television Magazine.
114 25 Media materials.
114 26 Media materials.
Box Folder
115 1 Media planning. 1984-1986.
115 2 Mosaic I.
115 3 Mosaic I.
115 4 Mosaic I. Carole Wilson.
115 5 Mosaic II.
115 6 Mosaic II.
115 7 Mosaic. 1986-1987.
115 8 Mosaic. 1986-1987.
115 9 Mosaic. Committees.
115 10 Mosaic. Correspondence and General.
115 11 Mosaic. Editorial Committee.
115 12 Mosaic. Focus.
115 13 Mosaic. Fundraising.
115 14 Mosaic. Program Ideas.
115 15 Mosaic. Promotion [Photographs removed to AV series].
115 16 Mosaic. Proposals.
115 17 Mosaic. Script Outline.
115 18 Mosaic. Topics.
115 19 Mosaic. Carole Wilson. Correspondence and programing ideas.
115 20 Newspaper Ads.
115 21 Passover. PSA Chapter 19.
115 22 Press Releases. 1977-1980.
115 23 Press Releases. 1981-1983.
Box Folder
116 1 Press Releases. 1984.
116 2 Press Releases. 1989-1990.
116 3 Press Releases. 1992-1994.
116 4 Schneeman, Ronn.
116 5 Talk Back to the Media. 17 January 1988.
116 6 Television and Radio.
116 7 General media and publicity.
116 8 General media and publicity.
Subseries 9. News clippings. 1965-1990.
Box Folder
116 9 News clippings. 1965-June 1987.
116 10 News clippings. July-August 1987.
116 11 News clippings. September-December 1987.
116 12 News clippings. January-May 1988.
116 13 News clippings. June-July 1988.
116 14 News clippings. August-December 1988.
116 15 News clippings. January-February 1989.
116 16 News clippings. March-June 1989.
116 17 News clippings. July-August 1989.
116 18 News clippings. September-December 1989.
116 19 Soviet Jewry Clippings. 1989.
116 20 News clippings. 1990.
116 21 News clippings. 1990.
Box Folder
117 1 Clippings, general.
Subseries 10. Organization and Structure. 1964-1995.
Box Folder
117 2 Annual Meetings. 1990.
117 3 Annual Meetings. 1991.
117 4 Annual Meetings. 1992.
117 5 Annual Meetings. 1993.
117 6 Appointment Books. 1991.
117 7 Appointment Books. 1993.
117 8 Appointment Books. 1994.
117 9 Biennial Meetings. 1964.
117 10 Biennial Meetings. 1964.
117 11 Biennial Meetings. 17 June 1986.
117 12 Budget and financial information. 1982-1994.
117 13 Bylaws and Constitution adopted. 1967.
117 14 Bylaws. Revised. 1974.
117 15 Bylaws. Revision. 1992-1994.
117 16 Committee on Restructuring the JCRC.
117 17 Grant for Ransohoff Memorial Intern. 1993.
117 18 History of JCRC.
117 19 History of Jews in Cincinnati.
117 20 JCRC Emergency Plan.
117 21 JCRC Evaluation. 1986.
117 22 "JCRC: Who We are and What We Do." 1980-1981.
117 23 Know Your Jewish Community Relations Committee columns from the American Israelite.
117 24 Long Range Planning.
Box Folder
118 1 Newsletter survey.
118 2 Planning. 1992-1993.
118 3 Planning. 1993-1994.
118 4 Planning. 1994-1995.
118 5 Public Opinion Survey. 1991.
118 6 Purposes and Work of JCRC. 1967.
118 7 Reference relating to Cincinnati.
118 8 Relocation of JCRC. 1995.
118 9 Report to the Cincinnati Jewish Community Council by Jewish Community Relations Committee.
Subseries 11. Programs. 1969-1995.
Box Folder
118 10 Programs and Invitations. Miscellaneous. Undated.
118 11 Programs and Invitations. 1969.
118 12 Programs and Invitations. 1972.
118 13 Programs and Invitations. 1973.
118 14 Programs and Invitations. 1976.
118 15 Programs and Invitations. 1977.
118 16 Programs and Invitations. 1978.
118 17 Programs and Invitations. 1979.
118 18 Programs and Invitations. 1980.
118 19 Programs and Invitations. 1981.
118 20 Programs and Invitations. 1982.
118 21 Programs and Invitations. 1983.
118 22 Programs and Invitations. 1984.
118 23 Programs and Invitations. 1985.
118 24 Programs and Invitations. 1986.
118 25 Programs and Invitations. 1987.
118 26 Programs and Invitations. 1988.
118 27 Programs and Invitations. 1989.
118 28 Programs and Invitations. 1990.
118 29 Programs and Invitations. 1991.
118 30 Programs and Invitations. 1992.
118 31 Programs and Invitations. 1993.
118 32 Programs and Invitations. 1994.
118 33 Programs and Invitations. 1995.
118 34 Program Ideas. Sally Bloom.
118 35 Program Ideas. General.
118 36 Program. Bosnia Relief Drive.
Subseries 12. Publications by JCRC. 1973-1995.
Box Folder
118 37 Directories of Jewish Organizations. 1973-1982.
118 38 Directories of Jewish Organizations. 1983.
118 39 Directories of Jewish Organizations. 1984.
118 40 Directories of Jewish Organizations. 1985.
118 41 Directories of Jewish Organizations. 1986.
118 42 Directories of Jewish Organizations. 1987.
118 43 Directories of Jewish Organizations. 1988.
118 44 Directories of Jewish Organizations. Correspondence. 1989.
118 45 Directories of Jewish Organizations. 1989.
Box Folder
119 1 Directories of Jewish Organizations. 1990-1995.
119 2 JCRC Brochure.
119 3 Viewpoint column in American Israelite.
Subseries 13. Speakers. 1985-1995.
Box Folder
119 4 Barkan, Nimrod. 3-4 February 1993.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
119 5 Benvenisti, Meron. 1 March 1992.
119 6 Ben-Dov, David. 3-4 February 1988.
119 7 Bridgeman, Edward. 24 May 1995.
119 8 Chabot, Steve and David Mann Briefings. October 1994.
119 9 Dolinsky, Mordechai, prospective speaker.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
119 10 Donnelly, Gen. Charles C. 5 December 1991.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
119 11 Dromi, Uri. 28 October 1991.
119 12 Dromi, Uri. 15 March 1994.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
119 13 Eran, Oded. 18-19 November 1992.
119 14 Finan, Richard. 18 October 1993.
119 15 Friedman, Thomas L. 17 August 1989.
119 16 Hoffman, Charles. 16 May 1995.
119 17 Hollister, Nancy at Governor's Holocaust Commemoration. 25 April 1995.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
119 18 Hollister, Nancy. October 1995.
119 19 Idinopulos, Thomas A. 24 January 1992.
119 20 Karaiv, Michael and Babu Yacov. 29 January 1992.
119 21 Keys, David. 10 November 1989.
119 22 Lipin, Sasha. 2 May 1994.
119 23 Lyss, Lynn. 8 December 1995.
119 24 Mann, David. 18 August 1993.
119 25 Manor, Eviatar. 22 November 1993.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
119 26 Manor, Eviatar. 21 November 1994.
119 27 Massarwa, Mohammed. 11 November 1988.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
119 28 Mathews, David, Politics for People program. 13 January 1994.
119 29 Mendelson, Tuvia. 22 January 1993.
119 30 Metzenbaum, Howard and George Voinovich. Senatorial breakfast briefing. 13 July 1988.
119 31 Miller, Aaron David. 19 November 1992.
119 32 Palti, Ur. 22-23 August 1990.
119 33 Peleg, Israel. 1 December 1988.
119 34 Portman, Rob. 5 January 1994.
119 35 Regev, Avner. 17 March 1992.
119 36 Scharansky, Natan. 23 November 1987.
119 37 Schueftan, Dan D. 6 October 1993.
119 38 Schuler, Robert. 13 September 1993.
119 39 Serotta, Ed. 14 November 1994.
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119 40 Shoham, Shlomo. 22 June 1995.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
119 41 Strossen, Nadine. 30 April-1 May 1992.
119 42 Tobin, Gary. 14 February 1989.
119 43 Vaskuti, Andras and Tomislav Ljubic. August 1995.
119 44 Voinovich, George. 13 July 1988.
119 45 Winburn, Charlie. 8 April 1994.
119 46 Speakers. 1985-1987.
Subseries 14. Speakers' Bureau. 1983-1996.
Box Folder
119 47 Brochure. Undated.
119 48 Evaluations. 1983-1986.
119 49 Confirmations. 1986-1987.
119 50 Evaluations. 1987.
119 51 Confirmations. 1987-1988.
119 52 Confirmations and Evaluations. 1989.
119 53 Evaluations. 1989-1990.
Box Folder
120 1 Requests and Confirmations. 1990.
120 2 Correspondence. 1991.
120 3 Confirmations and Evaluations. 1991.
120 4 Speakers' Bureau. 1992.
120 5 Confirmations and Evaluations. 1992.
120 6 Letters to Eugene Deutsch. 1992.
120 7 Speakers' Bureau. October 1992-May 1993.
120 8 Confirmations. 1993.
120 9 Evaluations. 1993.
120 10 Speakers' Bureau. July 1993-May 1994.
120 11 Confirmations. 1994.
120 12 Speakers' Bureau. 1994-1995.
120 13 Requests. 1995-1996.
120 14 Coppel, Werner. Holocaust and miscellaneous.
120 15 Lists and Forms.
120 16 Speakers on Israel.
Subseries 15. Strategic Planning. 1992-1993.
Box Folder
120 17 Strategic Planning Core Committee. Letter and draft. 19 February 1993.
120 18 Strategic Planning Core Committee. Member folder.
120 19 Strategic Planning Core Committee. Minutes and faxes from consultant.
120 20 Faxes and miscellaneous. 1992-1993.
120 21 Letters, reviews of drafts and miscellaneous. 1992-1993.
120 22 Working faxes of drafts and correspondence.
120 23 Strategic Plan. Final copy. March 1993.
Series B. Domestic Task Force. 1977-1996.[7 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series B. Domestic Task Force contains the Records of the Domestic Task Force as well as files relating to domestic concerns such as antisemitism, racism, civil rights, church-state relationships, religion in public schools, and other issues. The files also contain examples of local incidents of civil rights violations, violations of church-state relationships, antisemitism, including the Ku Klux Klan cross erected on Fountain Square, and racism. This series also includes holiday calendars published by JCRC for local schools. Of particular note is information concerning employment discrimination at Proctor and Gamble based upon religion and national origin, beginning in early the 1940s and still not resolved by the 1960s, the date of the last document on file. The Domestic Task Force series relates to issues as a whole, but not specifically to organizations that may be involved in these issues. These organizations may be found in the Local or National Organization Series. Many of the issues covered by the Domestic Task force reflect issues of importance to the general population of Cincinnati, including issues not having an obvious or strong link to the Jewish community. This series reflects the JCRC's concern for rights for all, not just for Jews.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into eleven (11) subseries:
Subseries 1. Committee Minutes and Planning. 1988-1993.
Box Folder
120 24 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1988-1990.
120 25 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1991.
120 26 Minutes and miscellaneous. 1992-1993.
120 27 Meeting Notes. 1990.
Box Folder
121 1 Planning. 1988.
121 2 Planning. 1989.
121 3 Planning. 1990.
121 4 Planning. 1991.
121 5 Planning. 1992-1993.
Subseries 2. Programs and Activities. 1987-1994; Undated.
Box Folder
121 6 Always a River. Exhibit.
121 7 Blue Ash Parade.
121 8 Cincinnati Human Relations Commission. The State of Human Relations in Cincinnati forum. 27 November 1990.
121 9 Ethnic Intimidation and Hate Crime Statistics Conference. 9 May 1991.
121 10 Ethnic Intimidation conference. 1994.
121 11 Ethnic Intimidation Task Force.
121 12 A Forum on Diversity and Governance, presented by Seasongood Foundation. Alice Abrams folder. 8 October 1994.
121 13 A Forum on Diversity and Governance, presented by Seasongood Foundation. Michael G. Rapp folder. 8 October 1994.
121 14 Greater Cincinnati Foundation.
121 15 History Textbook Review.
121 16 Holiday Calendars.
121 17 Holiday Calendars. Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1987-1988.
121 18 Holiday Calendars. Correspondence and miscellaneous. 1988-1989.
121 19 Judaic Studies.
121 20 Mapplethorpe Exhibit.
121 21 Multicultural Advisory Committee.
121 22 Partnership of Religious and Human Service Organizations.
121 23 Politics of Hate.
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121 24 "Religion in American Society." A State of the Union.
121 25 School Calendars. Cincinnati-area schools and school districts.
121 26 Serey, Timothy T., Ph.D.
121 27 Sycamore Schools Diverse Staffing Team.
121 28 Sycamore High School Leaf Letter.
121 29 Textbook Selection Policies. Cincinnati-area schools and school districts.
121 30 Textbook concerns. Four World Views.
121 31 Vaughn, Marvin. Refused entrance into Israel.
Subseries 3. Antisemitism. 1977-1990.
Box Folder
121 32 ADL Audit of Antisemitic Incidents. 1988.
121 33 Incidents. Antisemitism tracts.
121 34 Individuals. Dacey, Norman.
121 35 Individuals. Duke, David.
121 36 Individuals. Loman, Van D.
Box Folder
122 1 Individuals. Margoian, Margos (Mark).
122 2 Individuals. Redgrave, Vanessa.
122 3 Individuals. Trifa, Bishop Valerian.
122 4 Individuals. Tutu, Archbishop Desmond, Visit. 25-28 May 1990.
122 5 Individuals. Tutu, Archbishop Desmond, Visit. 25-28 May 1990.
122 6 Individuals. Weber, Charles E.
122 7 Individuals. Weil, Rick.
122 8 Jewish Power.
122 9 The Last Temptation of Christ.
122 10 Local.
122 11 Local.
122 12 Local.
122 13 Local.
122 14 Local incidents. David Becker and Cincinnati Police.
122 15 Local incidents. Reverend Morris Chalfant.
122 16 Local incidents. Rent-A-Center.
122 17 Local incidents. General.
122 18 Local incidents. General.
122 19 Local incidents. General.
122 20 Local incidents. General.
122 21 Mossman, John Jay.
122 22 Nazis and Neo-Nazis, United States.
122 23 Newspaper clippings.
122 24 Publications.
122 25 Ritual Murder.
122 26 Schechter, Max. Correspondence re: antisemitism at Chillicothe Correctional Institution, Chillicothe, Ohio. 1981-1982.
122 27 Skokie Nazi Marches, Skokie, Illinois. 1977-1981.
Subseries 4. Black-Jewish Relations. 1985-1993.
Box Folder
123 1 Articles and other material.
[negatives removed to AV series]
123 2 Aviv, Diana. Program. 14 January 1993.
123 3 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati.
123 4 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati.
123 5 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati.
123 6 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati.
123 7 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati. Background Articles.
123 8 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati. Israel Mission.
123 9 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati. Program, "Civil Rights in the 21st Century," with F. Lee Bailey.
123 10 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati. Program, Racism: As American as Apple Pie? 29 March 1987.
123 11 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati. Program Ideas.
123 12 Black-Jewish Youth Experience. Advisory Committee.
123 13 Black-Jewish Youth Experience. "Common Road to Freedom: A Passover Haggadah."
123 14 Black-Jewish Youth Experience. Coordinator.
123 15 Black-Jewish Youth Experience. 1985-1987.
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123 16 Black-Jewish Youth Experience. 1987-1988.
123 17 Black-Jewish Youth Experience. Proposals and Budget.
123 18 Bridges and Boundaries Exhibit.
123 19 Central State University. 1989.
123 20 Cincinnati Minority Business Assistance Corporation.
123 21 Leadership Development Workshop folder.
123 22 Los Angeles riots. May 1992.
123 23 Provizer, Marlene. Meeting. 23 May 1985.
123 24 Race Relations Day. Michael G. Rapp file. 17 February 1991.
123 25 Race Relations Day. Michael G. Rapp file. 17 February 1991.
123 26 Race Relations Day. Committee. 17 February 1991.
123 27 Race Relations Day. Correspondence. 17 February 1991.
123 28 Summit on Racism.
Box Folder
124 1 Summit on Racism folder packet.
124 2 Summit on Racism. Religion Task Force.
124 3 University of Cincinnati class "African American-Jewish Relations in America." Photocopied articles. Volume 1.
124 4 University of Cincinnati class "African American-Jewish Relations in America." Photocopied articles. Volume 2.
Subseries 5. Christian-Jewish Relations. 1987-1988; Undated.
Box Folder
124 5 Brueggeman Institute.
124 6 Catholic-Jewish Relations. General.
124 7 Catholic-Jewish Relations. Cardinal John O'Connor.
124 8 Catholic-Jewish Relations. Pope John Paul II visit. 11 September 1987.
124 9 Catholic-Jewish Relations. Vatican Guidelines.
124 10 Christian Yellow Pages.
124 11 Incidents.
124 12 Kaufman, Harriet. Course Material.
124 13 Meeting with Presbyterian leaders. 6 February 1988.
124 14 Passion Plays. Behold the Man.
124 15 Passion Plays. Oberammergau.
124 16 The Search for the Spiritual Through Art. Exhibit.
Subseries 6. Church and State. 1983-1993; Undated.
Box Folder
124 17 Administrators Meeting. 1 May 1985.
124 18 Backgrounders.
124 19 Forest Hills School District.
124 20 Interreligious Church State Committee.
124 21 Jewish community consultation.
124 22 Kenton County.
124 23 Lakota Board of Education.
124 24 Local complaints. 1992-1993.
124 25 "Moment of Silence."
124 26 Naamani, Roanette.
124 27 Nativity Displays.
124 28 Pilder. Fairfield.
124 29 Planning.
124 30 Religion in Public Schools.
124 31 Religion in Public Schools. Equal Access clippings and memos. 1984-1993.
124 32 Religion in Public Schools. Equal Access correspondence. 1990.
Box Folder
125 1 Religion in Public Schools. Public Schools Administrators Meeting folder. 1983.
125 2 Religion in Public Schools. Public Schools Administrators Meeting folder. 1985.
125 3 Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
125 4 Religious symbols on public property. General.
125 5 Workshops. November 1983.
125 6 Workshops.
Subseries 7. Civil Liberties. Undated.
Box Folder
125 7 Censorship.
125 8 Censorship.
125 9 Censorship.
125 10 Censorship.
125 11 Censorship.
125 12 Censorship. Clermont County Library.
125 13 Individual Liberties and Jewish Security Committee.
125 14 Reproductive Rights.
125 15 Reproductive Rights.
125 16 General.
Subseries 8. Civil Rights. 1984-1991; Undated.
Box Folder
125 17 Affirmative Action. De Funis Case.
125 18 Affirmative Action. Jewish Communal Agencies.
125 19 Affirmative Action. Kaiser Aluminum Co. vs. Weber.
125 20 Affirmative Action. Preferential Treatment.
125 21 Affirmative Action. Quotas.
125 22 Affirmative Action. General.
125 23 Affirmative Action. General.
125 24 Crush, Judge Thomas.
125 25 Cumulative Voting.
Box Folder
126 1 Education. Parochaid.
126 2 Employment Discrimination.
126 3 Employment Discrimination. Proctor and Gamble.
126 4 Equal Rights Amendment.
126 5 Housing Discrimination and the Jewish Community of Cincinnati.
126 6 School Desegregation. Busing.
126 7 School Desegregation. Cincinnati.
126 8 School Desegregation. Cincinnati.
126 9 School Desegregation. Cincinnati.
126 10 School Desegregation. Cincinnati. 1984-1990.
126 11 School Desegregation. Cincinnati Public Schools. 1991.
126 12 General.
Subseries 9. Extremism. 1990; Undated.
Box Folder
126 13 Anti-Klan Network.
126 14 John Birch Society.
126 15 Ku Klux Klan.
126 16 Ku Klux Klan. Cincinnati. 1990.
126 17 Local incidents. Talawanda School District articles.
126 18 Organizations.
126 19 General.
Subseries 10. Government and Politics. 1988-1995; Undated.
Box Folder
126 20 Bush, George H.W.
126 21 Campaign. 1988.
126 22 Campaign. 1992.
126 23 Cincinnati Charter Amendment Forum.
126 24 Correspondence.
Box Folder
127 1 Election. 1992.
127 2 Election Guidelines.
127 3 Federal Resettlement Budget.
127 4 Gradison, Willis D., Jr.
127 5 Lobbying 101.
127 6 Luken, Charles J.
127 7 Luken, Tom.
127 8 McEwen, Bob.
127 9 Metzenbaum, Howard.
127 10 Nuts and Bolts of the Political Process.
127 11 Nuts and Bolts of the Political Process. Workshop Responses.
127 12 Political Action. 1994-1995.
127 13 Political Forum. 1992.
127 14 Proposed Flag Burning Amendment.
127 15 Strickland, Ted.
127 16 U.S. Supreme Court.
127 17 General.
Subseries 11. Urban Affairs and Equal Opportunity. 1984-19961; Undated.
Box Folder
127 18 Urban Affairs and Equal Opportunity Committee.
127 19 Black-Jewish Relations.
127 20 Black-Jewish Relations.
127 21 Cincinnati Black Community.
127 22 Education. Cincinnati Public Schools. Cincinnati Military Academy.
127 23 Education. Cincinnati Public Schools. Issue 2 Levy. March 1996.
127 24 Education. Cincinnati Public Schools. Task Force Report on Racial Isolation.
127 25 Education. Cincinnati Public Schools. General.
127 26 Education. Multi-culturalism.
127 27 General Assistance. Daugherty v. Wallace.
127 28 General Assistance. Lawsuit. 1992.
127 29 Mayor's Committee on Youth Violence.
127 30 Minority Businesses.
127 31 Planning. 1984-1986.
Box Folder
128 1 Public Education. General.
128 2 University of Cincinnati.
Series C. Holocaust Commemoration Committee. 1977-1994.[1 record carton]
Scope and Content Note: Series C. Holocaust Commemoration Committee contains the records of the Holocaust Commemoration Committee, as well as informational files relating to the Holocaust and programs or events relating to the Holocaust. Activities of the Holocaust Commemoration Committee includes Yom haShoah programs, other local remembrances of the Holocaust, and educational programs.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into two (2) subseries:
Subseries 1. Minutes and Correspondence. 1977-1992.
Box Folder
128 3 Minutes and Correspondence. 1977-1992.
Subseries 2. Programs and Information Files. 1988-1994; Undated.
Box Folder
128 4 Programs and Information Files. Anne Frank Ballet.
128 5 Programs and Information Files. Event.
128 6 Programs and Information Files. Anne Frank in the World.
128 7 Programs and Information Files. Steering Committee.
128 8 Programs and Information Files. Diary of School for the Creative and Performing Arts production.
128 9 Programs and Information Files. Gyorgy Kadar: Survivor of Death, Witness to Life.
128 10 Holocaust Information, General.
128 11 Holocaust Information, General.
128 12 Holocaust Information, General.
128 13 Holocaust Information, General.
128 14 Holocaust Information, General.
128 15 Holocaust Information, General.
128 16 Kristallnacht.
128 17 Lodz Ghetto: The Movie.
128 18 Ohio Council on Holocaust Education.
128 19 Rescuers Exhibit.
128 20 Schindler's List.
128 21 Survivor Legislation.
128 22 Their Brothers' Keepers: Christian Rescuers of the Holocaust. 8 November 1992.
128 23 Waldheim, Kurt meeting with Pope John Paul II.
128 24 Wallenberg, Raoul.
128 25 Yom haShoah. 1988.
128 26 Yom haShoah. 1988.
Box Folder
129 1 Yom haShoah. 1989.
129 2 Yom haShoah. 1990.
129 3 Yom haShoah. 1991.
129 4 Yom haShoah. 1991.
129 5 Yom haShoah. 1992.
129 6 Yom haShoah. 1993.
129 7 Yom haShoah. 1994.
Series D. Middle East Task Force. 1974-1995.[4 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series D. Middle East Task Force contains files about Israel and other Middle Eastern countries, as well as issues relating to the Middle East, such as Arab-Israeli conflicts, loan guarantees to Israel, the Persian Gulf War, and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Files relating to the Cincinnati International Folk Festival are also contained in this series, since the Middle East Task Force of JCRC is a sponsor of this event. The files of the JCRC-sponsored Israeli Student Exchange Program are also included in Series D.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into two (2) subseries:
Subseries 1. Minutes. 1980-1993.
Box Folder
129 8 Minutes. 1980-1986.
129 9 Minutes. 1987-1989.
129 10 Minutes. 1990.
129 11 Minutes. 1991.
129 12 Minutes. 1992-1993.
Subseries 2. Programs and Information Files. 1974-1995.
Box Folder
129 13 American Friends of Neve Shalom. Wahat al-Salam.
129 14 Arab-Americans. 1978-1983.
129 15 Catholic Bishops' Statement on The Middle East.
129 16 Cincinnati Council on World Affairs Middle East Program. 1994.
129 17 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Merchandise Booth. 1980.
129 18 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1986.
129 19 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Finances. 1986.
129 20 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Forms. 1986.
129 21 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Press Releases. 1986.
129 22 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Volunteers. 1986.
129 23 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1987.
129 24 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Finances. 1987.
129 25 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Forms. 1987.
129 26 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Media Materials. 1987.
129 27 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Volunteers. 1987.
129 28 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1988.
129 29 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Committee. 1988.
Box Folder
130 1 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Finances. 1988.
130 2 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Media. 1988.
130 3 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Volunteers. 1988.
130 4 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1989.
130 5 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1990.
130 6 Community Relations Councils' Professionals' Mission to Israel. 1985.
130 7 Congressional Mission to Israel. 1995.
130 8 Doing Business in Israel Seminar. 25 July 1995.
130 9 Egyptian Cincinnatians.
130 10 El Ready, El Sayed Abdel Raouf Visit and Program. 1990.
130 11 Eldarm Akiva. Meetings. 5 December 1995.
130 12 Emergency Tourism Mission to Israel. July-August 1986.
130 13 Federation Israel Emergency Plan.
130 14 Hebron Massacre.
130 15 Israel Task Force. 1974-1980.
130 16 Israel. Arab Economic Boycott.
130 17 Israel. Arab-Jewish Dialogue.
130 18 Israel. Clippings.
130 19 Israel. Consulate General of Israel.
130 20 Israel. Diaspora Relations.
130 21 Israel. Egypt.
130 22 Israel. Embassy of Israel.
130 23 Israel. Internal Politics.
130 24 Israel. Israel-PLO-Palestinian Relations clippings.
130 25 Israel. Israel-PLO-Palestinian Relations clippings.
130 26 Israel. Israel-PLO-Palestinian Relations clippings.
130 27 Israel. Meir Kahane.
130 28 Israel. Libya.
130 29 Israel. Relations with other countries. Soviet Union.
130 30 Israel. Relations with other countries. General.
Box Folder
131 1 Israel. Tourism.
131 2 Israel. United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.
131 3 Israel. United States Interreligious Committee for Peace in Mid-East.
131 4 Israel. United States Loan Guarantee.
131 5 Israel. United States Middle East Policies.
131 6 Israel. West Bank-Gaza clippings.
131 7 Israel. West Bank-Gaza clippings.
131 8 Israel. West Bank-Gaza clippings.
131 9 Israel. West Bank-Gaza clippings.
131 10 Israel Desk Committee.
131 11 Israeli Student Exchange Program. 1983.
131 12 Israeli Student Exchange Program. 1985.
131 13 Israeli Student Exchange Program. 1989.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
131 14 Israeli Student Exchange Program. 1990.
131 15 Jerusalem Day Celebration in Cincinnati.
131 16 Jewish Labor Committee Seminar in Israel for American Trade Union Members. 28 October-12 November 1990.
131 17 Loan Guarantees. Articles, correspondence and miscellaneous. 1991.
131 18 Loan Guarantees. Articles, correspondence and miscellaneous. 1991.
131 19 Loan Guarantees. Articles, correspondence and miscellaneous. 1991.
131 20 Loan Guarantees. Articles, correspondence and miscellaneous. 1991.
131 21 Loan Guarantees. Letters to and from Senators and Congressmen. 1991.
131 22 Loan Guarantees. Lobbying information. 1991.
131 23 Loan Guarantees. National Leadership Washington Action Day. 1991.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
Box Folder
132 1 Loan Guarantees. General. 1991.
132 2 Loan Guarantees. Opposition. 1992.
132 3 Loan Guarantees. Statement Replies. 1992.
132 4 Maksoud, Clovis.
132 5 Ohio Agricultural Mission to Israel. 1989.
132 6 Persian Gulf War. Articles and columns. 1990.
132 7 Persian Gulf War. American Israel Public Action Committee. 1990.
132 8 Persian Gulf War. Background and alerts. 1990.
132 9 Persian Gulf War. Community Action Meeting. Solidarity. 20 January 1991.
132 10 Persian Gulf War. Consulate General of Israel, Embassy of Israel. 1990.
132 11 Persian Gulf War. Editorials. 1990.
132 12 Persian Gulf War. Ethnic Harassment. 1990.
132 13 Persian Gulf War. JCRC Statements, Positions. 1990.
132 14 Persian Gulf War. NJCRAC Materials. 1990.
132 15 Persian Gulf War. Operation Orange Ribbon. 1990.
132 16 Persian Gulf War. Opposition. 1990.
132 17 Persian Gulf War. Public Resolutions. 1990.
132 18 Persian Gulf War. Miscellaneous. 1990.
132 19 Politics Aside? The Economics of Peace. Symposium. 1994.
132 20 Program Ideas.
132 21 Proposed Arms Sale to Saudi Arabia. 1991-1992.
132 22 Rabin, Prime Minister Yitzhak and Bill Clinton. Teleconference. 1994.
132 23 Riot on the Temple Mount. 1990.
132 24 Shafir, Col. Linda. Meeting. 18 February 1990.
132 25 Sister City. Correspondence and miscellaneous.
132 26 Sister City. Minutes of Ad Hoc Sister City Committee.
132 27 Talbot, Strobe.
132 28 United Nations Resolution. 1975.
132 29 United Nations Resolution. 1975.
132 30 United Nations Resolution. 1975.
Series E. Soviet Jewry Committee. 1974-1996.[6 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series E. Soviet Jewry Committee contains the records of the committee that acted as an advocacy group for Jews in the former Soviet Union who faced persecution. Series E. contains Refusenik profiles and a Refusenik bracelet, the records of the Cincinnati-Kharkov Sister Cities Project (CKSCP), and records of trips made by Cincinnatians to the Soviet Union. The records of several programs, summits, and conferences relating to Soviet Jewry are included in this series, including a 1986 summit held in Cincinnati and sponsored by JCRC. These meetings were held in conjunction with the Reagan/Gorbachev summits, and reflect issues of importance to the American Jewish community discussed at the summits.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into seven (7) subseries:
Subseries 1. Minutes and miscellaneous. 1974-1992.
Box Folder
133 1 Minutes. 1974-1976.
133 2 Minutes. 1984-1986.
133 3 Minutes. 1987-1989.
133 4 Minutes. 1990.
133 5 Minutes. 1991.
133 6 Minutes. 1992.
133 7 Minutes. Planning.
133 8 Joint Travel Committee. 1985-1988.
133 9 Student Committee. 1986-1987.
133 10 Student Committee. 1988.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
Subseries 2. Cincinnati-Kharkov Sister Cities Project (CKSCP). 1988-1996.
Section a. Committees. 1989-1996.
Box Folder
133 11 Advisory Committee to Scott Auble.
133 12 Board of Trustees. January-May 1993.
133 13 Board of Trustees. June-December 1993.
133 14 Board of Trustees. Confidential Meeting. 13 April 1993.
133 15 Board of Trustees. 1994.
133 16 Board of Trustees. January-May 1995.
133 17 Board of Trustees. June-December 1995.
133 18 Board of Trustees. January-June 1996.
133 19 Board of Trustees. Executive Committee. 1989-1990.
133 20 Board of Trustees. Executive Committee. 1991-1992.
133 21 Board of Trustees. Individual Liberty Committee. 1990.
133 22 Board of Trustees. Individual Liberty Committee. 1991-1995.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
133 23 Board of Trustees. Individual Liberty Committee. Human Rights Subcommittee. 1991.
133 24 Kexim Ad Hoc Committee. 1990-1992.
133 25 Program Committee. 1989.
Box Folder
134 1 Steering Committee. 1989.
134 2 Steering Committee. January-July 1990.
134 3 Steering Committee. August-December 1990.
134 4 Steering Committee. Retreat. 1990.
134 5 Steering Committee. January-February 1991.
134 6 Steering Committee. March-September 1991.
134 7 Steering Committee. October-December 1991.
134 8 Steering Committee. January-June 1992.
134 9 Steering Committee. July-December 1992.
134 10 Steering Committee. Notebook. 1990.
Section b. Working Files. 1988-1995.
Box Folder
134 11 Award from Sister Cities International. 1991.
134 12 Christ Church. 1990-1992.
134 13 Clippings and Materials. 1988-February 1989.
134 14 Clippings and Materials. March-December 1989.
134 15 Clippings and Materials. 1990-1991.
134 16 Correspondence. 1985.
134 17 Delegation. September 1989.
134 18 Delegation. Publicity. September 1989.
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134 19 Delegation. November 1990.
134 20 Delegation. Delegate Selection. May 1991.
134 21 Delegation. 1993.
134 22 First Kharkov Visit to Cincinnati. September 1989.
134 23 Hosting Handbook. February 1991.
134 24 Interpreters.
134 25 Leadership and Resource Directory.
134 26 Memorandum of Understanding. 1992.
134 27 Midfest. 1993.
134 28 Newsletter, Update. 1990.
134 29 Religion in the Soviet Union. Background information. 1989-1995.
134 30 Tour brochures. 1990.
134 31 Trip to Kharkov. 1989.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
134 32 Volunteer Information.
Box Folder
135 1 Kharkov Jewish Community. Proposed Projects. 1990-1991.
135 2 Kharkov Telephone Directory and Government information.
135 3 Sister Cities Conference. 1991.
135 4 Sister Cities Conference. Binder. 1991.
135 5 Springtime of Hope: Religion in Ukraine. Ecumedia Project. August 1994.
Subseries 3. Programs. 1984-1990.
Box Folder
135 6 Fast for Freedom. 8 November 1984.
135 7 Fast for Freedom. Program Book, Original. November 1984.
135 8 Fast for Freedom. Publicity. November-December 1984.
135 9 Fast for Freedom. Shabbat/Fast (Conclusion). December 1984.
135 10 Jewish Welfare Fund. Campaign. 1990.
135 11 National Conference on Soviet Jewry Action Day. 2 February 1989.
135 12 Program Ideas.
135 13 Suggested Programs.
135 14 Suggested Programs.
135 15 Suggested Programs.
Subseries 4. Refuseniks. 1976-1986; Undated.
Box Folder
135 16 Refusenik Profiles.
135 17 Refusenik Profiles.
135 18 Refusenik Profiles.
135 19 Refusenik Profiles.
135 20 Refusenik Profiles.
135 21 Bogomolny, Tanya. 1986.
135 22 Refusenik Bracelet for Amner Zavurov. 20 December 1976.
Subseries 5. Soviet Jewry Files. 1975-1994.
Box Folder
136 1 Action Alerts. 1984-1989.
136 2 American Bar Association. 1986-1989.
136 3 American Psychiatric Association. 1983-1985.
136 4 Babi Yar. 1991.
[Photograph removed to AV series]
136 5 Background Material. 1975-1987.
136 6 Background Material. 1988-1994.
136 7 Bar-Bat Mitzvah Twinning Program information. 1987-1989.
136 8 Biographies. 1986.
136 9 Books and Materials.
136 10 By Spirit Alone. Publicity. 1984.
136 11 Cincinnati Russian Jewish Community. 1984-1994.
136 12 Cincinnati Enquirer. Soviet Jewry Editorials. 1990-1993.
136 13 Cincinnati Jewish Federation/National Conference on Soviet Jewry/National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council Restructuring. 1988.
136 14 Cincinnati Post. Soviet Jewry Editorials. 1978-1990.
136 15 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe faxes. 1989.
136 16 Congressional Coalition. 1985-1989.
136 17 Correspondence. 1984-1989.
136 18 Coup of 19 August 1991.
136 19 Cultural Exchanges.
136 20 Emergency Action Washington. 30 January 1985.
136 21 Emigration/Refugees. 1988-1990.
136 22 Epstein, Yaacov Correspondence. 1988.
[Photographs removed to AV series]
136 23 Figure Skating Demonstration. 1987.
136 24 Helsinki Accord Clippings and miscellaneous. 1976-1986.
136 25 Hirelings and Accomplices. Viewing and Media Luncheon. 8 November 1985.
136 26 Interfaith Plea. 1987.
136 27 JCRC Memos. 1986-1992.
136 28 Legislative Communications. 1983-1990.
136 29 Mailing and Writing Information. 1987.
136 30 "Menorah of Concern." Reading. 1982.
136 31 Moscow Ballet Visit to Cincinnati. 1987.
136 32 National Conference on Soviet Jewry. Lawyers' Committee.
136 33 National Conference on Soviet Jewry. Travel Group. 1988-1989.
136 34 National Conference on Soviet Jewry. Union of Councils Relationship. 1987.
136 35 New Year's Cards. 1985-1989.
136 36 Night of Murdered Poets. 1984.
136 37 Night of Murdered Poets. 1985-1990.
136 38 Ohio Public Officials. 1985-1989.
136 39 Operation Exodus Requests. 1990-1994.
Box Folder
137 1 Passover Activities. 1983-1988.
137 2 Planning. 1984-1986.
137 3 Planning. 1992-1993.
137 4 San Francisco Model. 1986.
137 5 Sister City Programs. 1987-1990.
137 6 Speech Material.
137 7 Soviet Migration in Cincinnati. 1980.
137 8 Synagogue Development. 1990.
137 9 The Unlit Menorah. 1982-1983.
137 10 USSR: The Individual, Family, Society. Soviet Life Exhibit at Union Terminal. 1988.
137 11 USSR: The Individual, Family, Society. Soviet Life Exhibit at Union Terminal. 1988.
137 12 Miscellaneous.
Subseries 6. Summits and Conferences. 1986-1988.
Box Folder
137 13 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. 31 March 1986.
137 14 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Cincinnati, Ohio. Conference folder. 31 March 1986.
137 15 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Arrangement. 1986.
137 16 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Brochures. 1986.
137 17 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Correspondence. 1985-1986.
137 18 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Evaluations. 1986.
137 19 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Expenses. 1986.
137 20 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Management Forms. 1986.
137 21 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Packets. 1986.
137 22 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Planning and Scheduling. 1986.
137 23 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Publicity. 1986.
137 24 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Registration. 1986.
137 25 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Scripts. 1986.
137 26 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference. To Summit II...And Beyond. Speakers. 1986.
[Photograph removed to AV Series]
137 27 National Conference on Soviet Jewry. Leadership Assembly. 30 October-1 November 1988.
137 28 National Conference on Soviet Jewry. Summit Action Day Packet. May 1988.
137 29 Pre-Summit Activities. 1985.
137 30 Summit II. Mobilization. 1986.
Box Folder
138 1 Summit II. Mobilization. 1986.
138 2 Summit II. Mobilization. 1986.
138 3 Summit III. Campaign. National. 1987.
138 4 Summit III. Mobilization Rally. Cincinnati activities. 1987.
138 5 Summit III. Mobilization Rally. Cincinnati activities. 1987.
138 6 Summit III. Mobilization Rally. Local publicity. 1987.
138 7 Summit IV. Helsinki Mission. 1988.
Subseries 7. Trips and Travel Information. 1984-1993.
Box Folder
138 8 Indinopulis, Thomas. Trip. 10-20 March 1988.
138 9 Jones, Nate, Burt Perlman. Trip. 20-30 November 1986.
138 10 Jones, Nate, Burt Perlman. Trip. Notes for speeches. 20-30 November 1986.
138 11 Jones, Nate, Burt Perlman. Trip. Publicity. 20-30 November 1986.
138 12 Jones, Nate, Burt Perlman. Trip. Report, Notes. 20-30 November 1986.
138 13 Joseph, Samuel, and Richard Sarason. Trip. 10-20 April 1988.
138 14 Luken, Tom. Trip. 1986.
138 15 Reiner, Sue. Trip. 1990.
138 16 Educational Seminar. 1988.
138 17 Miscellaneous Travel Reports. 1984-1985.
138 18 Riga Information.
138 19 Travel Briefing Handbook.
138 20 Travel Proposals. 1989.
138 21 Travel Proposals. 1985-1993.
Series F. Local Organizations. 1960s-1995.[9 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series F. Local Organizations contains files relating to groups in Cincinnati or Ohio with which JCRC was involved or corresponded or groups involved with Jewish concerns. Among these groups are the Government Affairs Committee of Ohio Jewish Communities, a lobbying group; the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, the funding source for JCRC; and the Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati, formed to facilitate cooperation between various religious denominations in Cincinnati following local and national turmoil in the 1960s. Series F also contains information concerning other local organizations, the local Jewish community and national organizations with local branches in Cincinnati such as the NAACP and the YMCA.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into four (4) subseries:
Subseries 1. Government Affairs Committee of Ohio Jewish Communities, Inc. (GACOJC). 1960s-1994.
Box Folder
138 22 Action Alerts and Annual Reports. 1981-1984.
138 23 Action Alerts and Annual Reports. 1985-1988.
138 24 Agenda and Minutes. 1982-1984.
138 25 Agenda and Minutes. 1985-1987.
Box Folder
139 1 AmeriCorps. 1993-1994.
139 2 Binder Contents.
139 3 Constitution, By-laws, Incorporation.
139 4 Correspondence. 1981.
139 5 Correspondence. 1982.
139 6 Correspondence. 1983.
139 7 Correspondence. January-February 1984.
139 8 Correspondence. March-June 1984.
139 9 Correspondence. July-December 1984.
139 10 Correspondence. 1986.
139 11 Correspondence. 1987-1988.
139 12 Correspondence from JCRC. 1981-1987.
139 13 Correspondence. 1988.
139 14 Correspondence. 1989.
139 15 Correspondence. 1990.
139 16 Correspondence. 1990.
139 17 Correspondence. 1991.
139 18 Correspondence. 1991.
139 19 Correspondence. 1991.
139 20 Correspondence. 1992.
139 21 Correspondence. 1993.
139 22 Evaluation Committee. 1984-1985.
Box Folder
140 1 Holocaust Education. 1985.
140 2 Israel Bonds. 1993.
140 3 Jewish Community Center Taxation Issue. 1993.
140 4 Legislative reception. 2 April 1985.
140 5 Legislative reception. 31 March 1993.
140 6 Legislative reception. 20 June 1995.
140 7 Meetings. Meeting materials. 1989.
140 8 Meetings. 1991.
140 9 Meetings. 1992.
140 10 Meetings. 1992.
140 11 Memorandums and miscellaneous. 1988-1989.
140 12 Memorandums and miscellaneous. 1990.
140 13 Memorandums and miscellaneous. 1990.
140 14 Memorandums and miscellaneous. 1991.
140 15 Memorandums and miscellaneous. 1991.
140 16 Memorandums, Legislative Updates and miscellaneous. 1994.
140 17 Memorandums, Legislative Updates and miscellaneous. 1994.
140 18 Memorandums, Legislative Updates and miscellaneous. 1994.
140 19 Memorandums, Legislative Updates and miscellaneous. 1994.
140 20 Memorandums, Legislative Updates and miscellaneous. 1995.
140 21 Miscellaneous mailing Lists.
Box Folder
141 1 Newspaper Articles. 1981-1989.
141 2 Organizing GACOJC. 1981-1983.
141 3 Organizing GACOJC. 1981-1983.
141 4 Organizing GACOJC. 1981-1983.
141 5 Planning. 1984-1986.
141 6 Planning. 1987-1988.
141 7 Planning. Committee. 1990.
141 8 Planning. Committee. 1993-1994.
141 9 Search for Director. 1981-1983.
141 10 Miscellaneous. 1960s.
Subseries 2. Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. 1975-1994.
Box Folder
141 11 Agency Boards Campaign. 1993.
141 12 Agency Presidents and Executives Meetings. 1985-1989.
141 13 Allocations. 1972-1985.
141 14 Board. 1976-February 1986.
141 15 Board. April 1986-1988.
141 16 Board. 1989-1993.
141 17 Campaign. 1990, 1991.
141 18 Campaign. Leadership Council. 1993-1994.
141 19 Campaign. Leadership Rally. 1994.
141 20 Campus Community Committee. 1976-1978.
141 21 Community Relations Task Force. 1985-1986.
141 22 Confidential Campaign Proposal. 1982-1983.
141 23 Constitution and by-laws.
141 24 Correspondence. 1978-1988.
141 25 Executive Board. 1975-1979.
141 26 Executive Committee. 1980-1981.
Box Folder
142 1 Executive Committee. 1982.
142 2 Executive Committee. January-July 1983.
142 3 Executive Committee. August-December 1983.
142 4 Executive Committee. January-June 1984.
142 5 Executive Committee. July 1984-1985.
142 6 General Assembly. 1989.
142 7 General Assembly. 1990.
142 8 Insurance Committee. 1976-1977.
142 9 Israel Programs. Cabinet. 1988-1992.
142 10 Israel Programs. Committee. 1982-July 1984.
142 11 Israel Programs. Committee. August 1984-1987.
142 12 Jewish Welfare Fund. 1984-1986.
142 13 Leadership Council. 1975-1986.
142 14 Long Range Planning Study. 1981-1988.
142 15 Mission to Washington D.C. 6 December 1989.
142 16 Mission to Washington D.C. 15 September 1992.
142 17 Mission to Washington D.C. Alice Abrams file. 3 October 1994.
142 18 Mission to Washington D.C. Michael G. Rapp file. 3 October 1994; 18 October 1994.
142 19 Mitzvah Mission. 1993.
142 20 Multiple Appeals Committee. 1985-1992.
142 21 Planning and Budgeting Division. 1982-1985.
142 22 Priorities Committee. 1989.
142 23 Project Renewal. 1981-1983.
142 24 General. 1980-1985.
142 25 General. 1986-1990.
142 26 General. 1991-1993.
142 27 General. 1994.
Subseries 3. Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati. 1968-1994.
Box Folder
143 1 Annual Meeting. Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom 1786. 1986.
143 2 Correspondence. 1982.
143 3 Correspondence. 1983.
143 4 Correspondence. 1984.
143 5 Correspondence. 1985.
143 6 Correspondence. 1986.
143 7 Correspondence. 1988-1989.
143 8 Correspondence. 1992.
143 9 Correspondence. 1993.
143 10 Correspondence. 1994.
143 11 Delegates Council. 1981-1984.
143 12 Delegates Council. 1985-1987.
143 13 Delegates Council. 1988.
143 14 Delegates Council. 1989-1990.
143 15 Delegates Council. 1992-1993.
143 16 Delegates Council. 1994.
143 17 Executive Board. 1982-1984.
143 18 Executive Board. 1985.
Box Folder
144 1 Executive Board. 1986.
144 2 Executive Board. 1987-1989.
144 3 Executive Board and Correspondence. 1989.
144 4 Executive Board and Correspondence. 1990.
144 5 Executive Board and Correspondence. 1990.
144 6 Executive Board and Correspondence. 1991.
144 7 Executive Board and Correspondence. 1992.
144 8 Executive Board. 1993.
144 9 Executive Board. 1994.
144 10 Interfaith Committee to Change the Justice System. 1980-1981.
144 11 Interfaith Committee to Change the Justice System. 1982.
144 12 Judicatory Leaders. 1989-1992.
144 13 Judicatory Leaders. 1994.
144 14 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1968-1982.
144 15 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1983.
144 16 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1984.
144 17 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1984.
144 18 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1985-1986.
144 19 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1986-1987.
Box Folder
145 1 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1988-1989.
145 2 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1989.
145 3 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1992-1993.
145 4 Judicatory Urban Staff. 1994.
145 5 Priorities Survey.
145 6 Twenty-First Annual Convention.
145 7 General. 1994.
Subseries 4. Miscellaneous Local Organizations. 1971-1995.
Box Folder
145 8 Agency Executives Committee. 1974-1978.
145 9 Agency Executives Committee. 1979-1984.
145 10 American Jewish Committee. Cincinnati Chapter. 1973-1977.
145 11 American Jewish Committee. Cincinnati Chapter. 1978-1989.
145 12 Association of Jewish Communal Executives. 1983-1992.
145 13 Boy Scouts of America. 1994.
145 14 Bureau of Jewish Education. 1973-1985.
145 15 Cincinnati Community Hebrew Schools. 1975-1983.
145 16 Cincinnati Council on World Affairs. 1972-1991.
145 17 Cincinnati Human Relations Commission. Coalition. 1972-1977.
145 18 Cincinnati Human Relations Commission. Coalition. 1979-1987.
145 19 Cincinnati Human Relations Commission. Coalition. 1990-1992.
145 20 Cincinnati School Foundation. 1971-1974.
145 21 Citizens School Committee. 1974.
145 22 Coalition of Neighborhoods. 1976-1978.
145 23 Community Chest. 1972-1983.
145 24 Community Emergency Flood Coalition. 1983-1984.
145 25 Congress of Neighborhood Groups. 1976-1978.
145 26 Council of Christian Communions. 1972-1992.
145 27 Council of Christian Communions. Advisory Committee on Video Ministry. 1995.
Box Folder
146 1 Ecumedia Cable Network. 1983-1994.
146 2 Ecumedia Cable Network. Bicentennial Program. 1988.
146 3 Ecumedia Cable Network. Correspondence. 1990-1995.
146 4 Ecumedia Cable Network. Presbyterian Media Breakfast. July 1995.
146 5 Ecumedia Cable Network. Schedules. 1983-1985.
146 6 Greater Cincinnati Holocaust Foundation. 1982-1988.
146 7 Grailville. 1974-1975.
146 8 Halom House. Undated.
146 9 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. 1971-1988.
146 10 Hillel. Miami University. B'nai B'rith. 1988.
146 11 Housing Opportunities Made Equal. 1975-1977.
146 12 Housing Opportunities Made Equal. 1978-1993.
146 13 Housing Opportunities Made Equal. Housing. 1972-1978.
146 14 Housing Opportunities Made Equal. Diversity Awareness. 1993.
146 15 Human Rights Coalition. 1978.
146 16 Jewish Community Center. 1977-1978.
146 17 Jewish Community Coalition on AIDS. 1993.
146 18 Jewish Community of Northern Kentucky. 1982-1983.
146 19 Joint Committee of Soviet Occupied Nations. 1976-1980.
146 20 Martin Luther King, Jr., Coalition.
146 21 Martin Luther King, Jr., Coalition.
146 22 Martin Luther King, Jr., Coalition.
146 23 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). 1989.
146 24 NAACP. 1990.
146 25 NAACP. 1991.
146 26 NAACP. 1992.
146 27 NAACP. 1993.
146 28 NAACP. Education Committee. 1995.
146 29 New Jewish Agenda. 1982-1986.
146 30 "No Name Organization." 1992-1993.
146 31 Ohio Peacemaking Education Network. 1983-1984.
Box Folder
147 1 Ohio Program in the Humanities. 1977-1981.
147 2 Ohio USA: The Ohio Universal Service Alliance. 1995.
147 3 Roselawn Community Council. 1970-1971.
147 4 United Nations Information Committee. 1978.
147 5 University of Cincinnati. Faculty Council on Jewish Affairs. 1979-1982.
147 6 University of Cincinnati. Faculty Council on Jewish Affairs. 1982-1989.
147 7 Young Men's Christian Association. International Education Seminar Task Force. 1995.
147 8 Young Men's Christian Association. Program, The Social Role of Business in the International.
147 9 General. Cincinnati Jewish community. 1975-April 1983.
147 10 General. Cincinnati Jewish community. May 1983-1986.
147 11 General. Local Organizations. 1977-1983.
147 12 General. Local Organizations. 1984-1986.
147 13 General. Local Organizations. 1988-1992.
Series G. National Organizations. 1972-1996.[7 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series G. National Organizations contains the records of the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC), of which JCRC is a member, as well as other national organizations with a link to JCRC. The NJCRAC records include files for plenum, Minkoff, and Executive Task Force meetings. Many of these meetings were attended by both Michael G. Rapp and Alice Abrams, and their personal files from these meetings are included in this series. Other files from NJCRAC mainly contain correspondence to or from Michael Rapp. The NJCRAC is especially concerned with Soviet Jewry, and other issues such as domestic affairs and missions to Israel. Other groups represented in Series G. include the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith (ADL) and the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA). Materials in Series G. reflect issues of importance to these groups, to Jews on a national level and to JCRC.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into two (2) subseries:
Subseries 1. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC). 1972-1996.
Box Folder
147 14 Ad Hoc Committee on Apartheid. 1987.
147 15 Appointments. 1990-1992.
147 16 Campus Advisory Committee. 1989-1993.
147 17 Church-State Interreligious Relationships. 1983-1985.
147 18 Commission on Equal Opportunity. 1978-1986.
147 19 Commission on Israel. 1976-1988.
147 20 Correspondence. 1989-1992.
147 21 Community Relations Council. Director's Mission to Israel. December 1990.
147 22 Community Relations Council. Director's Mission to Israel. June 1993.
147 23 Community Relations Council. RC Survey. 1982-1983.
147 24 Domestic Affairs Task Force. 1984-1988.
147 25 Domestic Concerns Task Force. 1982-1983.
Box Folder
148 1 Domestic Concerns Task Force. 1984-1985.
148 2 Domestic Concerns Task Force. 1985-1986.
148 3 Domestic Concerns Task Force. 1986-1988.
148 4 Energy Task Force. 1983-1986.
148 5 Ethiopian Jewish Teen Visits sponsored by NJCRAC. 1994.
148 6 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. April 1980.
148 7 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. October 1980.
148 8 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 3-5 October 1981.
148 9 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 17-18 October 1982.
148 10 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. June 1983.
148 11 Executive Committee, Commission and Task-force. Meetings. 23-24 October 1983.
148 12 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. June 1986.
148 13 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 28-29 September 1986.
148 14 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. April 1987.
148 15 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 14-15 December 1987.
148 16 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 14 May 1988.
148 17 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 15-16 September 1988.
148 18 Executive Committee, Commission and Task-force Meetings. 12-13 December 1988.
148 19 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 11-12 June 1989.
148 20 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 11-12 June 1989.
148 21 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 24-25 September 1989.
148 22 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. June 1990.
148 23 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 9-10 September 1990.
148 24 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 20-21 September 1992.
148 25 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 27-28 June 1993.
148 26 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. October 1993.
148 27 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. Alice Abrams File. June 1994.
148 28 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force Meetings. Michael G. Rapp File. 12-13 June 1994.
148 29 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 2-3 October 1994.
148 30 Executive Committee, Commission and Task Force. Meetings. 22-23 October 1995.
Box Folder
149 1 Executive Committee. 1984-1985.
149 2 Executive Committee. 1987-1989.
149 3 First Tuesday Meetings. 1984-1990.
149 4 Individual Freedom and Jewish Security. 1984-1988.
149 5 Instant Telecommunications Network. 1982-1983.
149 6 Jewish Media Committee of NJCRAC. 1977-1978.
149 7 Local Jewish Community Relations Councils. 1972-1980.
149 8 Minkoff Institute Meeting. June 1989.
149 9 Minkoff Institute Meeting. June 1989.
149 10 Minkoff Institute Meeting. June 1990.
149 11 Minkoff Institute Meeting. Alice Abrams File. June 1991.
[photos removed to AV Series]
149 12 Minkoff Institute Meeting. Michael G. Rapp File. June 1991.
149 13 Minkoff Institute Meeting. Alice Abrams File. June 1992.
[photos removed to AV Series]
149 14 Minkoff Institute Meeting. Michael G. Rapp File. June 1992.
149 15 Minkoff Institute Meeting. June 1993.
149 16 Minkoff Institute Meeting. June 1994.
149 17 NJCRAC Plenum. Cincinnati. 21-24 January 1979.
149 18 NJCRAC Plenum. Cincinnati. Correspondence. 1979.
149 19 NJCRAC Plenum. Cincinnati. Local Hospitality. 1979.
149 20 NJCRAC Plenum. Cincinnati. Papers. 1979.
149 21 NJCRAC Plenum. Cincinnati. Background Papers, including "Problems in the Soviet Jewry Movement," by Michael G. Rapp. 1980.
149 22 NJCRAC Plenum. 1985.
149 23 NJCRAC Plenum. 1986.
149 24 NJCRAC Plenum. 1986.
Box Folder
150 1 NJCRAC Plenum. Alice Abrams File. 1987.
150 2 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1987.
150 3 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1988.
150 4 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1988.
150 5 NJCRAC Plenum. Alice Abrams File. 1988.
150 6 NJCRAC Plenum. 1989.
150 7 NJCRAC Plenum. Propositions. 1989.
150 8 NJCRAC Plenum. Alice Abrams File. 1990.
150 9 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1990.
150 10 NJCRAC Plenum. Alice Abrams File. 1991.
150 11 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1991.
150 12 NJCRAC Plenum. Alice Abrams File. 1992.
150 13 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1992.
Box Folder
151 1 NJCRAC Plenum. Alice Abrams File. 1993.
151 2 NJCRAC Plenum. Alice Abrams File. 1993.
151 3 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1993.
151 4 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1994.
151 5 NJCRAC Plenum. Alice Abrams File. 1995.
[Photographs removed to AV Series]
151 6 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1995.
151 7 NJCRAC Plenum. Alice Abrams File. 1995.
151 8 NJCRAC Plenum. Michael G. Rapp File. 1996.
151 9 Reassessment Conference of the Mass Media, the Image of Israel and U.S. Foreign Policy. 8-10 June 1980.
151 10 Reorganization. 1990.
151 11 Seminar in Israel. Memos and correspondence. 21-29 August 1993.
151 12 Soviet Jewry Strategy Consultation. 30-31 July 1989.
151 13 Task Forces on Israel. 1976-1981.
151 14 Task Forces on Israel. 1981-1983.
151 15 Task Forces on Israel and the Middle East. 1993-1994.
151 16 Task Forces on Jewish Security and the Bill of Rights. 21 April 1991.
151 17 Task Forces. 1994.
Box Folder
152 1 General. 1972-1978.
152 2 General. 1979-1984.
152 3 General. 1985-1989.
Subseries 2. Other National Organizations. 1972-1995.
Box Folder
152 4 America-Israel Friendship League. 1986-1990.
152 5 American Friends Service Committee. 1977-1982.
152 6 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). 1973-1983.
152 7 AIPAC. 1985-1988.
152 8 AIPAC. 1992.
152 9 American Jewish Committee (AJC). 1985-1986.
152 10 AJC. Cincinnati Chapter. 1992-1994.
152 11 American Jewish Congress (AJCong). 1973-1979.
152 12 AJCong. 1980.
152 13 AJCong. 1981.
152 14 AJCong. 1982-1983.
152 15 AJCong. 1983-1988.
152 16 American Zionist Federation. 1980-1986.
152 17 Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Ohio and Kentucky. 1975-1981.
152 18 Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Ohio and Kentucky. 1982-1994.
152 19 Association of Jewish Community Relations Workers. 1975-1984.
Box Folder
153 1 Black Americans to Support Israel Committee. 1979-1983.
153 2 Community Relations Council (CRC). Directors' Association. Correspondence. 1979-June 1983.
153 3 CRC. Directors' Association. Correspondence. August 1983-1986.
153 4 CRC. Directors' Association. Correspondence. 1986.
153 5 CRC. Directors' Association. Correspondence. 1986-1987.
153 6 CRC. Directors' Association. Meeting. February 1987.
153 7 CRC. Directors' Association. Notes. 1984-1987.
153 8 CRC. Directors' Association. Trip to Israel. 1977.
153 9 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. 1972-1984.
153 10 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Review Committee. 1978-1982.
153 11 Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society. 1975-1978.
153 12 International Jewish Committee for Sepharad. 1992.
153 13 JCRC. Cleveland. 1975-1976.
153 14 JCRC. Directors' Association. 1988-1993.
153 15 JCRC. Detroit. 1981-1985.
153 16 Jewish Education Service of North America. 1989-1993.
153 17 Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA). Board of Directors' Meetings. 21-22 May 1991.
153 18 JINSA. Board of Directors' Meetings. 16-17 May 1993.
153 19 JINSA. Board of Directors' Meetings and Annual Dinner. 2-3 October 1994.
153 20 JINSA. Correspondence. 1991.
153 21 JINSA. Correspondence. 1992.
153 22 JINSA. Correspondence. 1993.
153 23 JINSA. Fundraiser. Cincinnati, Ohio. 26 February 1995.
153 24 JINSA. Ben Gettler's Report on JINSA's mission to Turkey. 15 July 1994.
Box Folder
154 1 JINSA. Mission to Fort Knox. 17-18 July 1994.
154 2 JINSA-JCRC Proposed Seminar to New York. 1995.
154 3 JINSA-JCRC Seminar to Washington D.C. 21 April 1994.
154 4 JINSA-JCRC Seminar to Washington D.C. Financial Notes and Records. 21 April 1994.
154 5 Jewish Labor Committee. 1983-1988.
154 6 National Conference of Christians and Jews. Cincinnati Chapter. 1977-1995.
154 7 National Conference of Jewish Communal Service. 1976-1986.
154 8 National Conference on Soviet Jewry. 1976-1982.
154 9 National Council of Churches. 1979-1981.
154 10 National Council of Churches. 1983-1984.
154 11 People for the American Way. 1985.
154 12 United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Mission to Washington, D.C. 1 March 1990.
154 13 United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Mission to Washington, D.C. Briefing. 1 March 1990.
154 14 General National Organizations.
154 15 General National Organizations.
Series H. International Issues. 1984-1990; Undated.[1/4 record carton]
Scope and Content Note: Series H. International Issues contains information relating to international issues not covered by another series. Some of the topics represented include South Africa, the energy crisis, United Nations, and Jews in other lands, including in Africa and Europe. Series H includes two medals awarded to the Sister Cities of Munich and Cincinnati.
Box Folder
154 16 Energy Crisis. Antisemitism.
154 17 Genocide Convention. 1984-1988.
154 18 Iraq.
154 19 South Africa. Apartheid. 1985-1990.
154 20 South Africa. Apartheid. Clippings. 1984-1985.
154 21 South Africa. Apartheid. Clippings. 1986.
Box Folder
155 1 Soviet Union.
155 2 United Nations.
155 3 Jews in Other Lands. Arab Countries.
155 4 Jews in Other Lands. Ethiopia.
155 5 Jews in Other Lands. France.
155 6 Jews in Other Lands. Syria.
155 7 Munich-Cincinnati Sister Cities Medal (2).
Series I. Non-print Materials. 1950s-1995.[10 3/4 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series I. Non-print Materials contains all photographs, slides, audio and video tape recordings. Many items were removed from other series and relate to documents remaining in those series (relations are noted in both the location of the print and the related non-print item). Subjects depicted on the photographs and slides include persons active in JCRC, meetings of the organization, events and speakers sponsored or supported by JCRC, and results of antisemitic incidents. Two oversized posters are also described with the photographs, but filed in the AJA Flat File. The larger (2x3 foot) poster is a collage of photographs and other materials representing JCRC activities pasted onto a map of Israel. Newspaper headlines included on the collage are dated 1985. The smaller poster (16x20 inches) is a signed cartoon by Jim Borgman publicizing the Cincinnati Jerusalem Day Celebration of 1992.
All but one of the audio tape recordings are cassettes; one lone tape is on a reel. Subjects recorded include a conference, a legislative hearing, and interviews. Many of the video cassettes were created as educational programs and were recorded in Beta or 35mm broadcast formats. Most of the Beta tapes are worktapes, the original unedited recording of a person or event. The 35mm tapes are the final edited programs for broadcast. Researchers should note that the contents of many of the tapes are poorly labeled. And on a large portion of tapes the month and day are recorded, but the year of creation is not specified. Subjects on the video tape recordings include: JCRC events, including the fiftieth anniversary celebration; Soviet Jewry; holy days; Jewish history; Jews and events in Cincinnati; and specific individuals. Included on one tape are the recollections of Herbert Paper, a professor at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
Subseries 1. Photographs. 1950s-1995.
Arrangement Note: This series is divided into four (4) subseries
Subseries 1. Photographs.Subseries 2. Slides.Subseries 3. Audio Tape Recordings.Subseries 4. Video Tape Recordings.
Box Folder
155 8 Abrams, Alice. Accepting Soviet Jewry Advocacy Award from Jacqueline Levine at NCSJ Leadership Assembly. 22 October 1984.
155 9 Abrams, Alice. At luncheon at Cincinnati City Hall. Undated.
155 10 Abrams, Alice. By poster "JCRC: Israel's Link to Cincinnati." 1985.
155 11 Abrams, Alice. and Lt. Gov Nancy Hollister, Michael G. Rapp, and Barbara Rabkin at Governor's Holocaust Commemoration. 25 April 1995.
[see also 119/17]
155 12 Alpha Epsilon Pi House at Ohio State University with antisemitic graffiti. November 1992.
155 13 Annual Meeting. 23 June 1992.
[see also Folder 117/4]
155 14 Antisemitic graffiti on doors. Undated.
155 15 Barkan, Nimrod. Speaker. 3-4 February 1993.
[see also Folder 117/4]
155 16 Black-Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati. Meeting Re: Trip to Soviet Union. Circa 1980s.
155 17 Black Jewish Coalition of Cincinnati Program. Racism: As American as Apple Pie?29 March 1987.
[see also Folder 123/10]
155 18 Black-Jewish Youth Experience event. Negatives. Circa 1980s.
155 19 Borodin Trio. 5 March 1981.
155 20 Cemetery with overturned headstones. Circa July 1982.
155 21 Cincinnati Charter Amendment Forum Meeting. Undated.
[see also Folder 126/23]
155 22 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1979.
155 23 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1981.
155 24 Cincinnati-Kharkiv Sister City Partnership. Delegation. September 1989.
[see also Folder 134/18]
155 25 Cincinnati-Khakiv Sister City. Trip to Kharkov. 1989.
[see also Folder 134/31]
155 26 Delegation to "Eternal Light Vigil" for Soviet Jewry. Circa 1950s/1960s.
155 26 Delegation to "Eternal Light Vigil" for Soviet Jewry. Circa 1950s/1960s.
155 27 Demonstrations for Soviet Jews. 1983-1985.
155 28 Dromi, Uri. Reception. 15 March 1994.
[see also Folder 119/12]
155 29 Fast for Freedom at Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral. 8 November 1984.
155 30 First Temple. Artwork by Julia Stillpass. Undated.
155 31 Government Affairs Committee of Ohio Jewish Communities. Legislative Reception. 31 March 1993.
155 32 Hawkins, Lawrence; Burton Perlman; and Nathaniel Jones. 30 May 1985.
155 33 Human Rights Program. Circa 1989.
[see also Folder 133/25]
155 34 "In the Jewish House of Prayer," on display in JCRC office. Voter registration group. Undated.
[see also Folder 133/22]
155 35 Israel's 25th Anniversary Celebration. 17 May 1973.
155 36 Israeli Student Exchange Program. 1989.
[see also Folder 131/13]
155 37 JCRC assorted photographs. Circa 1950s-1970s.
155 38 JCRC 50th Anniversary Display. 1989.
[at Cincinnati International Folk Festival?]
155 39 JCRC 50th Anniversary. 1989.
[Reception?] [see also Folder 113/19]
155 40 JCRC 50th Anniversary Reception. 1989.
[see also Folder 113/20]
155 41 JCRC Proclamation. Circa 1970s.
155 42 Kogan, Noam and Vered Avrahami. Undated.
155 43 Mann, David. Meeting with. 18 August 1993.
155 44 Mann, David. Presenting proclamation to [Babi Yar ?]. 1991.
[see also Folder 136/4]
155 45 Manor, Eviatar speech. 22 November 1993.
[see also Folder 119/25]
155 46 March [in Washington DC for Black-Jewish Youth Experience?]. 20 January 1986.
[see also 123/15]
155 47 Massarwa, Mohammed speech. 11 November 1988.
[see also Folder 119/27]
155 48 McEwen, Bob. Undated.
[see also Folder 137/26]
155 49 Meir, Shagmar; Gilbert Bettman; and Jim Luken. Undated.
155 50 Midwest Regional Soviet Jewry Conference "To Summit II...And Beyond." 1986.
[see also Folder 137/19]
155 51 NJCRAC. Minkoff Institute Meeting. June 1991.
[see also Folder 149/11]
155 52 NJCRAC. Minkoff Institute Meeting. June 1992.
[see also Folder 149/13]
155 53 NJCRAC. Plenum: Alice Abrams with Mark Levin [?], Oded Eran [?], and Barbara Kaplan. Undated.
[see also Folder 151/15]
155 54 National Leadership Washington Action Day. 1991.
[see also Folder 131/23]
155 55 Nazi Rally on Fountain Square. 29 April 1987.
155 56 Politics of Hate. Undated.
[see also Folder 121/23]
155 57 Political Forum. 1992.
[see also Folder 127/13]
155 58 Protest at USSR: The Individual, Family, Society. Soviet Life Exhibit at Union Terminal. 1988.
[see also Folder 137/10]
155 59 Schueftan, Dan. 6 October 1993.
[see also Folder 119/37]
155 60 Serotta, Ed speech. 14 November 1994.
[see also Folder 119/39]
155 61 Shoham, Shlomo. 22 June 1995.
[see also Folder 119/40]
155 62 Slepak, Vladimir with unidentified woman and man [Henry Kissinger?]. 12 January 1978.
155 63 Soviet Jewry Student Committee. 1987-1988.
[see also Folder 133/10]
155 64 Sterne, Mayor Bobbie at Women's Plea for Soviet Jews. 1978.
155 65 Stonov, Leonid and Natalia. 1988.
[see also Folder 136/22- Epstein, Yaacov 1988 ]
155 66 Students from Adath Israel Religious School attaching "Matzoh of Hope" prayers to Matzoh books. April 1978.
155 67 "Their Brothers' Keepers: Christian Rescuers of the Holocaust." 8 November 1992.
[see also 129/3 and 128/22]
155 68 Tillery, Dwight; Alice Abrams; and Michael G. Rapp. 20 September 1993.
155 69 Tillery, Dwight and Steve Dowbar [?] Jl 27, 1992. 27 July 1992.
155 70 Williams, Colonel Bruce F. 1991.
[see also Folder 119/10-General Charles 1991]
155 71 Wilson, Carole. Undated.
[see also Folder 115/15- Mosaic Promotion]
155 72 Yom haShoah. Ingber, Abie; and Werner Coppel. 1981; 1992.
155 73 Unidentified- removed from Folder 119/9- "Dolinsky, Mordechai- prospective speaker," in an envelope received from Bob Reeve[?] of Goodman and Goodman. Undated.
[see also Folder 119/9]
Box
FF:C5/D15 JCRC activities poster. Collage of photographs, newspaper headlines, programs and announcements of JCRC programs glued onto a map of Israel. 1985.
[2x3 feet]
FF:C5/D15 Cincinnati Jerusalem Celebration Day: signed poster by cartoonist Jim Borgman. 1992.
[16x20 inches]
Subseries 2. Slides. 1976-1984.
Box Folder
155 74 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. 1984.
(set of 37 slides)
155 75 Maps and Miscellaneous. Unidentified events. 1976.
(set of 20 slides)
155 76 Unique and Universal: A Christian-Jewish Dialogue. 13 November 1984.
(set of 34 slides of a televised religious forum including Michael G. Rapp) (see 164/1 for video tape)
155 77 Unidentified. 1985.
(set of 36 slides) [Yom Ha'atzmaut-See Folder 85/7]
155 78 Alice Abrams and Michael G. Rapp. Unidentified event. October 1984.
(set of 17 slides)
155 79 Unidentified event. March 1985.
(set of 37 slides)
155 80 Unidentified event. June 1985.
(set of 21 slides)
Subseries 3. Audio Tape Recordings. 1978-1989.
Scope and Content Note: All but the last tape are audio cassettes.
Box Folder
155 81 Autopsy Bill. 20 May 1986.
155 82 Clergy Conference on the Middle East. Rabbi Albert Goldman and Dr. Eberhard Von Waldow. October 1978.
155 83 Dr. Eugene Fisher Address. Undated.
155 84 Inna Lazer and Peter Spivak. 14 September 1989.
155 85 JCRC Public Service Announcements. Kosse, Winkler, Kane. Undated.
155 86 Mom and Dad Kohen from John J. Mossman. 1978.
155 87 The Days of Awe. Yom Kippur. Undated.
(reel to reel tape recording)
Subseries 4. Video Tape Recordings. 1978-1989.
Arrangement Note: This subseries is divided into three (3) sections:
Section a. Mosaic.Section b. Ecumedia Videos.Section c. Other Video Tape Recordings.
Section a. Mosaic. 1986-1987.
Arrangement Note: This section is divided into three (3) subsections:
Subsection 1. Mosaic Broadcasts.Subsection 2. Mosaic Worktapes.Subsection 3. Mosaic 35mm broadcast tapes.
Subsection 1. Mosaic Broadcasts. 1986.
Note: The Mosaic Broadcast tapes are Beta format video cassettes organized by the number (presumably assigned by JCRC) found on each tape case. Date shown in parenthesis is date recorded. Dates not in parenthesis are the air date or unidentified date.
Box Folder
156 1 Dr. Friedman; Bagelman; Holden commentary. Edited Master.1986.
156 2 Interview: Michael G. Rapp; Ambassador Eaton; Michaels Reversals. (17 November 1986).
156 3 OB/GYN interviews. (17 October 1986).
156 4 AJSS Kids Over the Rhine. Edited master. 19 October 1986.
156 5 Soviet Jewry and ESAS. Edited master. 9 November 1986.
156 6 Shopping Kosher. Edited master. Undated.
156 7 Thanksgiving Show. (13 November 1986)23 November 1986.
156 8 Bris. (20 November 1986)30 November 1986.
156 9 Interfaith-Doctors. (23 November 1986)7 December 1986.
156 10 History. Undated.
156 11 Early Child Development. Undated.
156 12 Rabbis David Indrich and Margaret Meyer. Undated.
156 13 Operation Moses. 19 October 1986.
156 14 Jewish Early Learning Center. 26 October 1986.
156 15 Eh, What's Up Doc! Jewish Hospital.2 November 1986 and 7 December 1986.
Subsection 2. Mosaic Worktapes.
Note: Most of the Mosaic Worktapes are in Beta format and some are VHS. They are organized by date. The dates recorded may have been the date filmed. These are not the final versions of programs, but Window Dub-Worktapes.
Box Folder
156 16 Window Dub-Worktape. 1986.
156 17 Over the Rhine Rehab of Tender Mercies' by AJSS Kids. Tape 1. 1 August 1986.
156 18 Over the Rhine Rehab of Tender Mercies' by AJSS Kids. Tape 2. 1 August 1986.
156 19 Golf Manor Synagogue. David Indich #1. 12 September 1986.
156 20 Golf Manor Synagogue Service. David Indich. 15 September 1986.
156 21 Rabbi David Indich. Dinner. 23 September 1986.
156 22 Mrs. Indich. 23 September 1986.
156 23 Rabbi Margaret Meyer. Tape 1. 26 September 1986.
156 24 Rabbi Margaret Meyer. Tape 2. 26 September 1986.
156 25 Rabbi Margaret Meyer. Tape 3. 26 September 1986.
156 26 Rabbi Margaret Meyer. Tape 4. 26 September 1986.
156 27 Rabbi Margaret Meyer. Tape 5. 26 September 1986.
156 28 Bris Ceremony. Tape 1. 28 September 1986.
156 29 Bris Ceremony. Tape 2. 28 September 1986.
156 30 Greenberg, Hank. In My Baseball Career. 2 October 1986.
156 31 Interview. Richard Weiland. 3 October 1986.
156 32 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR). Child Care. Jewish Early Learning Center. Tape 1. 3 October 1986.
156 33 HUC-JIR. Child Care. Jewish Early Learning Center. Tape 2. 3 October 1986.
Box Folder
157 1 HUC-JIR. Child Care. Jewish Early Learning Center. Tape 3. 3 October 1986.
157 2 HUC-JIR. Child Care. Jewish Early Learning Center. Tape 4. 3 October 1986.
157 3 Mr. and Mrs. Solomon. Tape 1. 24 October 1986.
157 4 Mr. and Mrs. Solomon. Tape 2. 24 October 1986.
157 5 Mr. and Mrs. Solomon. Tape 3. 24 October 1986.
157 6 Mr. and Mrs. Solomon. Tape 4. 24 October 1986.
157 7 Women. 26 October 1986 and 2 November 1986.
157 8 Bagel Factory. Tape 1. 31 October 1986.
157 9 Bagel Factory. Tape 2. 31 October 1986.
157 10 Bagel Factory. Tape 3. 31 October 1986.
157 11 Soviet Jewry. 9 November 1986.
157 12 Terrorism. 16 November 1986.
157 13 Kosher Shopping with Zel Schulman. Tape 1. 11 November 1986.
157 14 Kosher Shopping with Zel Schulman. Tape 2. 11 November 1986.
157 15 Kosher Shopping with Zel Schulman. Tape 3. 11 November 1986.
157 16 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Tape 1. 23 November 1986.
157 17 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Tape 2. 23 November 1986.
157 18 Jewish Community Center. Tape 1. 24 November 1986.
157 19 Jewish Community Center. Tape 2. 24 November 1986.
157 20 Jewish Community Center. Tape 3. 24 November 1986.
157 21 Jewish Community Center. 6 December 1986.
157 22 Christmas in the Holy Land. 21 December 1986.
157 23 Jewish Community Center Kids and Senior Citizens. Undated.
157 24 Commentary: Peter Holden. Thanksgiving. Undated.
157 25 Interview with Howard Metzenbaum. Undated.
157 26 HUC-JIR. Museum Items: Mezuzah, Ray-da Torah, Star of David. Undated.
157 27 High Holidays; Family (includes a segment by Herbert Paper). Undated.
157 28 Presentation Tape. Undated.
157 29 HUC-JIR and Jewish Hospital. Undated.
157 30 Israel Trip. Angel Ball. 3 September (no year).
Subsection 3. Mosaic 35mm broadcast tapes. 1986-1987.
Note: The 35mm broadcast format video cassettes are organized in date order. The dates in the first column (in parentheses) are the dates the videos were recorded. The dates in the second column are the playback dates.
Box Folder
158 1 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (11 September 1986).
158 2 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (18 September 1986)28 September 1986.
158 3 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (25 September 1986)5 October 1986.
158 4 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (9 October 1986)19 October 1986.
158 5 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (Undated)Undated.
158 6 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (23 October 1986)2 November 1986.
158 7 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (30 October 1986)9 November 1986.
158 8 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (6 November 1986)16 November 1986.
158 9 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (Undated)Undated.
158 10 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (20 November 1986)30 November 1986.
158 11 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (23 November 1986)7 December 1986.
158 12 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (4 December 1986)14 December 1986.
158 13 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (11 December 1986)21 December 1986.
158 14 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (14 December 1986)28 December 1986.
Box Folder
159 1 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (21 December 1986)4 January 1987.
159 2 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (28 December 1986)11 January 1987.
159 3 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (8 January 1987)18 January 1987.
159 4 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (15 January 1987)25 January 1987.
159 5 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (22 January 1987)1 February 1987.
159 6 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (29 January 1987)8 February 1987.
159 7 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (5 February 1987)15 February 1987.
159 8 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (12 February 1987)22 February 1987.
159 9 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (19 February 1987)1 March 1987.
159 10 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (26 February 1987)8 March 1987.
159 11 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (5 March 1987)15 March 1987.
159 12 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (12 March 1987)22 March 1987.
159 13 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (19 March 1987)29 March 1987.
159 14 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (26 March 1987)5 April 1987.
Box Folder
160 1 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (2 April 1987)12 April 1987.
160 2 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (9 April 1987)19 April 1987.
160 3 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (16 April 1987)26 April 1987.
160 4 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (23 April 1987)3 May 1987.
160 5 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (30 April 1987)10 May 1987.
160 6 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (7 May 1987)17 May 1987.
160 7 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (21 May 1987)31 May 1987.
160 8 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (28 May 1987)7 June 1987.
160 9 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (4 June 1987)21 June 1987.
160 10 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (Undated)Undated.
160 11 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (27 August 1987) 6 September 1987.
160 12 Mosaic. 35mm broadcast tape. (Undated)Undated.
Section b. Ecumedia Videos. 1982-1985; Undated.
Arrangement note: Section b. Ecumedia Videos is arranged in four (4) subsections:
Subsection 1. To Bigotry No Sanction.Subsection 2. Viewpoints.Subsection 3. History of Religious Cooperation in Cincinnati.Subsection 4. Other Ecumedia.
Subsection 1. To Bigotry No Sanction.
Arrangement Note: The 35mm broadcast format cassettes are organized in date order, however no years were recorded on the materials received.
Box Folder
161 1 Perspectives on Israel with Barbara Tuchman. 4 January.
161 2 Heirlooms in Jewish History #3. 4 January.
161 3 Jewish Lifestyles #10 American Jewish Society for Service. 15 February.
161 4 The Cameras are There, Israel and the Press (ADL). 22 February.
161 5 Shalom Corner #5. 30 March.
161 6 JCRC Shalom Corner #6; Israel Part 2. 6 April.
161 7 Jewish Lifestyles #4: Russian Jews. 25 May.
161 8 Heirlooms in History #2. 22 June.
161 9 Heirlooms in Jewish History #5. 6 July.
161 10 Heirlooms in Jewish History #4. 6 July (or 29 June on tape).
161 11 Heirlooms in Jewish History #6. 13 July.
161 12 Heirlooms in Jewish History #7. 20 July.
161 13 Heirlooms in Jewish History #9. 27 July.
Box Folder
162 1 Heirlooms in Jewish History #10. 3 August.
162 2 Hope Against Hope. 31 August.
Subsection 2. Viewpoints.
Arrangement Note: The 35mm broadcast format cassettes are organized in date order, however no years were recorded on the materials received.
Box Folder
162 3 Free to Be. 4 January.
162 4 Perspective: American/Israeli Relations. 5 January.
162 5 Jewish Television Magazine #1. 21 January.
162 6 From Life to Life. 2 March.
162 7 1984 Cincinnati International Folk Festival plus Scenes from the Holocaust. 9 March 1984.
162 8 Verdict for Tomorrow. 6 April.
162 9 Yom haShoah in Cincinnati. 13 April (1984).
162 10 Israeli Diary with Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir. 5 May.
162 11 "Sentenced to Survival" Part 1. 18 May.
162 12 "Sentenced to Survival" Part 2. 25 May.
162 13 United Jewish Appeal # 3. "Vision Israel" Pilot. 3 November 1982.
162 14 Elie Wiesel's Jerusalem. Part 2. 16 June.
Box Folder
163 1 Healing of Jerusalem. Part 2 and The Demjanuk Trial. 6 July, 29 June.
163 2 Immigrants and Missionaries. 24 August.
163 3 Cincinnati's Yom haShoah. 31 August 1985.
163 4 Only in Jerusalem. 26 October.
163 5 Soviet Jewry.1948-1967.
163 6 Soviet Jewry Since 1967. 10 November.
163 7 The Voice of Youth. 28 December.
163 8 Cincinnati International Folk Festival. Edited Master. 1983.
Subsection 3. History of Religious Cooperation in Cincinnati. Undated.
Note: The VHS format cassettes each contain several 90 second clips.
Box Folder
163 9 Architecture; Hospitals; Holocaust; Social Agencies. Undated.
163 10 Civil Rights 1; Civil Rights 2; Higher Learning 2. Undated.
163 11 Higher Education 1; Youth Ministries; Other Ministries; Ecumenism. Undated.
Subsection 4. Other Ecumedia. Undated.
Box Folder
163 12 Israel Culture Caravan, Bubblegum Seeds. 10 November.
163 13 A Perspective on Israel with Barbara Tuchman (ADL). Undated.
163 14 Yom haShoah in Cincinnati. Edited Master. Undated.
Section c. Other Video Tape Recordings. 1984-1989.
Box Folder
164 1 Unique and Universal: A Christian-Jewish Dialogue. A televised religious forum including Michael G. Rapp. 13 November 1984.
[35mm broadcast tape] (see also slides in 155/67)
164 2 Elizabeth Holtzman. 21 May 1986.
[Beta format]
164 3 HUC-JIR. Rabbinical Ordination. Tape 1. 7 June 1986.
[Beta format]
164 4 HUC-JIR. Rabbinical Ordination. Tape 2. 7 June 1986.
[Beta format]
164 5 HUC-JIR. Rabbinical Ordination. Tape 3. 7 June 1986.
[Beta format]
164 6 HUC-JIR. Rabbinical Ordination. Tape 4. 7 June 1986.
[Beta format]
164 7 Rabbi Stephen Fuchs. Commentary. 20 November 1986.
[35mm broadcast tape]
164 8 Jerusalem Day. March 1987.
[35mm broadcast tape]
164 9 Academic League. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
164 10 Church-State Seminar Footage. Tape 1. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
164 11 Church-State Seminar Footage. Tape 2. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
164 12 Church-State Seminar Footage. Tape 3. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
164 13 Church-State Seminar Footage. Tape 4. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
164 14 Church-State Seminar Footage. Tape 5. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
164 15 Church-State Seminar Footage. Tape 6. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
Box Folder
165 1 JCRC Day O'Fun. Undated.
[Beta format]
165 2 Friedlander. Tape 1. Undated.
[Beta format]
165 3 Friedlander. Tape 2. Undated.
[Beta format]
165 4 Friedlander. Tape 3. Undated.
[Beta format]
165 5 Rabbi Robert Reimer. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
165 6 Refuseniks. Tape 1. Undated.
[Beta format]
165 7 Refuseniks. Tape 2. Undated.
[Beta format]
165 8 Refuseniks. Tape 3. Undated.
[Beta format]
165 9 Soviet Jewry. JCRC Part 1. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
165 10 A Time for Valor. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
165 11 Valley Temple, Cincinnati Ohio. Sunday School Class. Hanukkah. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
165 12 Yom haShoah. Tape 1. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
165 13 Yom haShoah. Tape 2. Undated.
[35mm broadcast tape]
165 14 JCRC 50th Anniversary. 11 June 1989.
[35mm broadcast tape]
165 15 We Know We are Going to be Free: A Visit by Archbishop Desmond Tutu to the Diocese of Southern Ohio. Undated.
[VHS format]
Record Group V. 1953-2007.[49 record cartons, (49 linear feet)]
Scope and Content Note: Record Group V consists primarily of correspondence, meeting minutes, and subject files related to various topics of concern to JCRC. These include both international and domestic issues, as well as local and national issues. The bulk of materials in Record Group V date from the late 1980s through 2000s, with some material dating to the 1950s.
Arrangement Note: This record group is divided into nine (9) series:
Series A. Antisemitism. 1981-2005.[2.5 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series A. Antisemitism consists of files relating to antisemitism, on both local and national levels. Files contain newsclippings, correspondence, and other miscellaneous items.
Box
166 Antisemitism. General. 1987-2000. [21 folders]
Box
167 Antisemitism. Christian. 1981-2005. [14 folders]
Box
168 Jewish-Christian relations. 1981-2000. [8 folders]
Series B. Church and State. 1984-1999.[1 record carton]
Scope and Content Note: Series B. Church and State contains correspondence, reports, and newsclippings relating primarily to issues of religion in public schools along with broader governmental concerns.
Box
168 Church and State. General. 1984-1997. [12 folders]
Box
169 Church and State. General; Government. 1984-1999. [23 folders]
Series C. Domestic Task Force. 1982-2003.[6.5 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series C. Domestic Task Force deals primarily with domestic and local issues, including antisemitism, civil rights, and racism. Files include newsclippings, incident reports, and programming initiatives designed to promote and encourage dialogue to combat these issues on a local level.
Box
169 General; Education. 1986-1998. [10 folders]
Box
170 Programming; Education. 1995-2000. [18 folders]
Box
171 Race relations; Media. 1989-2000. [36 folders]
Box
172 Urban affairs. 1982-1999. [33 folders]
Box
173 Urban affairs; Hate crimes; Race relations. 1985-1999. [22 folders]
Box
174 Commissions and task forces. 1994-2003. [49 folders]
Box
175 Program ideas; Community schools; Roselawn; Youth. 1995-2000. [22 folders]
Series D. International Issues. 1978-2007.[7 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series D. International Issues contains files having information relating to international issues not covered by another series. The bulk of these issues concern Israel and the Middle East, along with several files related to Soviet Jewry.
Box
176 Israel; Jerusalem Day; General. 1992-2001. [23 folders]
Box
177 Israel. 1983-1999. [33 folders]
Box
178 Israel. Jewish Council for Public Affairs; Jewish Federation. 1983-2001. [24 folders]
Box
179 Israel; Holocaust. 1995-2007. [39 folders]
Box
180 Ilmenau; Israel; Middle East. 1978-2005. [36 folders]
Box
181 Israel. Jewish Federation. 1998-2004. [60 folders]
Box
182 Israel; Middle East; Soviet Jewry. 1981-1998. [20 folders]
Series E. Internal Administration. 1977-2007.[13 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series E. Internal Administration relat