TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement Note

Conditions of Access and Use

Related Material

Administrative Information

Search Terms

Box and Folder Listing

Series A. Writings and Addresses. 1947-1991.

Series B. Early Activities. 1945-1972.

Series C. Interreligious Activities. 1952-1992.

Series D. International Relations Activities. 1961-1992.

Series E. General Alphabetical Files. 1960-1992.

Series F. General Chronological Files. 1960-1992.

Series G. Speaking Engagements. 1975-1992.

Series H. Media. 1960-1992.

A Finding Aid to the Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Collection. 1945-1992 (bulk 1960-1990).

Manuscript Collection No. 603


Introduction

Repository: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
Creator: Tanenbaum, Marc H., 1925-1992
Title: Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Collection
Dates: 1945-1992
Bulk Dates: 1960-1990
Quantity: 52.0 linear feet (114 Hollinger boxes, 111 compact discs, 39 videocassettes, 29 audiocassettes, 8 audioreels)
Abstract: Papers describe the career of Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, one of the most respected and influential religious leaders of the late 20th century. His main focus of activity was interfaith relations but he also worked in other areas such as race relations, human rights and international peace and justice. The collection includes extensive correspondence, writings, addresses, news clippings, reports, meeting minutes, organizational and conference records, audio-visual material and photographs.
Collection Number: MS-603
Language: Collection material in English, German, Italian and Portuguese.

Biographical Sketch

Marc TanenbaumRabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum was a major architect of modern Jewish-Christian dialogue. Both nationally and internationally, he was one of the most widely respected representatives of the Jewish community on interreligious affairs in the late 20th century. Throughout his career, he forged close friendships with Christian leaders from a wide range of denominations including Pope John XXIII, Pope John Paul II, Billy Graham, Jerry Falwell and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. He worked to change nearly 2,000 years of mutual animosity, ignorance and suspicion by helping Jews and Christians understand each other better. Over the years, Tanenbaum found himself at the center of most major Jewish-Christian controversies and agreements.

Born in Baltimore in 1925, Tanenbaum was the son of Orthodox Jewish immigrants from Russia. His interest in interfaith relations was sparked early by stories of Eastern European pogroms told around the dinner table by his parents. He studied at the Talmudical Academy and City High School of Baltimore before entering Yeshiva University in New York at the age of fifteen. After graduating with a degree in biology, he began rabbinical studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS). While a student at JTS, he started to study the roots of antisemitism among Christians and worked as an aide to Abraham Joshua Heschel, the renowned rabbi and professor of Jewish ethics and mysticism at the seminary. Tanenbaum subsequently edited several volumes of Heschel's books.

After his ordination as a Conservative rabbi in 1950, Tanenbaum briefly worked in publishing and public relations, and then went on to become one of the first Jewish professionals to focus primarily on Jewish-Christian relations. He served in the late 1950s as executive vice president of the Synagogue Council of America, a body of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jews that promoted fellowship and cooperation within the Jewish community. In 1960, he took a position with the American Jewish Committee (AJC) where he became director of interreligious affairs.

In the early 1960s, Tanenbaums focus on interfaith work turned sharply to Jewish-Catholic relations when Pope John XXIII convened the Second Vatican Council. Tanenbaum saw this as an opportunity for overcoming centuries of church legitimated antisemitism and went to Rome as an official observer to the council. He enlisted his teacher, Abraham Joshua Heschel, as the chief Jewish spokesman in an effort to secure adoption of a council statement on Judaism and other non-Christian religions. Among the many changes to ultimately come out of Vatican II was the landmark document Nostra Aetate, which repudiated antisemitism and declared that the death of Jesus cannot be charged against all Jews, without distinction, then alive, nor against the Jews of today.

After Vatican II, Jewish-Catholic relations became Tanenbaums primary concern, but he also worked to open avenues of understanding with Protestants (mainline as well as evangelical), Orthodox Christians and Muslims. In 1983, he became director of international affairs at the AJC and concentrated on such issues as international refugee relief, Middle East peace, and human rights, even as he continued his involvement with interfaith issues.

Tanenbaum was a member of White House commissions on children, the elderly and the Holocaust. He was a member of boards of directors of numerous institutions including the American Jewish World Service and the International Rescue Committee. As a pioneer in race relations, he served as a founder and program chairman of the National Conference on Race and Religion. He was founder and chairman of the National Interreligious Task Force on Soviet Jewry and served as chair of the International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. He worked as a consultant to movie and television productions on religious and Jewish subjects.

Beginning in 1965, Tanenbaum hosted a syndicated broadcast on radio station WINS in New York City where his discussions on a range of subjects, mainly religious, reached a wide audience. He was also a popular lecturer, author, editor and critic and published numerous articles and books.

Among the many honors he received were fifteen honorary degrees from both religious and secular institutions, the International Interfaith Achievement Award of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and the Israel and Libby Mowshowitz Award of the New York Board of Rabbis. Presidents Kennedy, Carter, Reagan and Bush sought his advice and counsel.

Tanenbaum retired from the American Jewish Committee in 1988, but remained on as a consultant. He was married to Helga Weiss Tanenbaum with whom he had three children, Susan, Michael and Adena. The marriage ended in divorce, and in 1982, he married Dr. Georgette Bennett. They had one son, Joshua Marc. Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum died on 3 July 1992.


Scope and Content Note

The collection includes extensive correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, working papers, notes, transcripts, writings, addresses, news clippings, organizational and conference records, audio-visual material and photographs. Papers document Tanenbaums work with interfaith relations and other issues such as human rights, Middle East peace, Soviet Jewry, race relations and refugee rescue. For the bulk of his career, he was associated with the American Jewish Committee as director of the Interreligious Affairs Department and later director of the International Relations Department.

Of special significance are the records pertaining to Tanenbaums interreligious activities [Series C], especially those documenting his work at Vatican Council II and with Protestant evangelicals such as Billy Graham, Jerry Falwell and Bailey Smith. The writings and lectures [Series A] are also noteworthy, representing his interests and his opinions on a wide array of topics, both current and scholarly. The records in Series D show his work on international issues such as Middle East peace, Soviet Jewry, rescue of refugees, and human rights. The audio-visual materials [Series H] which include lectures, symposia and media interviews give a picture of Tanenbaums wide-ranging activities and his standing as one of the most respected and consulted religious leaders of his day.


Arrangement Note

This collection is arranged in eight (8) series:

  • Series A. Writings and addresses. 1947-1991.
  • Series B. Early activities. 1945-1972.
  • Series C. Interreligious activities. 1952-1992.
  • Series D. International relations activities. 1961-1992.
  • Series E. General alphabetical files. 1960-1992.
  • Series F. General chronological files. 1960-1992.
  • Series G. Speaking engagements. 1975-1992.
  • Series H. Media. 1960-1992.

Conditions of Access and Use

Terms of Access

The collection is open for use with the exception of private phone recordings.

Terms of Reproduction and Use

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


Related Material

Additional material related to Tanenbaum, Marc H., 1925-1992 may be found in the AJA Online Catalog.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Footnotes and bibliographic references should refer to the Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Collection and the American Jewish Archives. A suggestion for at least the first citation is as follows:

[Description], [Date], Box #, Folder #. MS-603. Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Collection. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Provenance

The Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Collection was received from Dr. Georgette Bennett, New York, New York in 1992.

Processing Information

Processed by Dorothy Smith, 2012.


Box and Folder Listing

Series A. Writings and Addresses. 1947-1991.[7 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: This series contains the major portion of Tanenbaums writings [other than published monographs] as well as copies of addresses and lectures. Subjects range from interfaith relations, various aspects of Judaism, race relations, psychology, the Holocaust, evangelism, Israel and international affairs. Series also includes copies of his WINS radio and Jewish Telegraphic Agency commentaries and various newspaper columns, articles and book reviews he authored.
Arrangement Note: Chronological.
Box Folder
1 1 "The Atomic Bomb Foreshadowed: 1700 Years Ago."1947.
1 2 Poetry [typescript manuscript]. 1947-1948.
1 3 "Blueprint to Broadcast: The Eternal Light." 1949.
1 4 "Non-Jewish Influences on Jewish Religious and Moral Development: Part 1 and 2". December 1949.
1 5 "Maryland - The 'Free State'". June 1953.
1 6 Fragments of untitled sermons. 1954.
1 7 "Hanukah". November 1956.
1 8 "The Power of You". 17 November 1957.
1 9 Federation-Synagogue Relationships. 12-15 November 1959.
1 10 "The Role of the Rabbi in Jewish-Christian Relations". 1959.
1 11 Early unpublished short stories and poems. circa 1950s.
1 12 "On Proselytes". 17 July 1961.
1 13 "Anti-Jewish Elements in Catholic Liturgy". 17 November 1961.
1 14 "Paths to Agape". November 1962.
1 15 Draft typescript of manuscript re: early Jewish-Christian relations. 4 December 1962.
1 16 National Conference on Religion and Race statement [excerpts]. 14 January 1963.
1 17 "What is a Jew?" 29 January 1963.
1 18 Address before 1000 delegates to the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs 34th annual convention [excerpts]. 29 April 1963.
1 19 "Pope John XXIII: One of the Righteous Among the Peoples of the Earth". 15 June 1963.
1 20 "The New Realities". June 1963.
1 21 "Vatican Move - A Boon to Jewish-Catholic Dialogue". 10 November 1963.
1 22 "The Council and Judaism". 1963.
1 23 "Confronting the New Realities of the Nuclear- Space Age". 1963.
1 24 "The American Negro: Myths and Realities". January-February 1964.
1 25 Marc H. Tanenbaum before the Catholic Press Association [excerpts]. 29 May 1964.
1 26 "An Ecumenical Re-examination of Christian-Jewish Relations". 2 June 1964.
1 27 "The Ecumenical Council and the Jews". 17 July 1964.
1 28 "How the Jews Prayed on Rosh Hashanah in the Death Camps of Auschwitz". 6 September 1964.
1 29 "A Jewish View of Vatican Council II". 22 October 1964.
1 30 Address before second annual Interreligious Institute at Loyola University. October 1964.
1 31 "Catholic-Jewish Relations: Promises and Problems". November 1964.
1 32 "A Rabbi Speaks" in The Harvest.1964.
1 33 "Encounter: A Catholic-Jewish Confrontation". 1964.
1 34 Statement at Christian-Jewish Reception, San Antonio, Tex. 12 February 1965.
1 35 "Interreligious Relations in Light of New Realities of Nuclear-Space Age" [excerpts]. 20-24 September 1965.
1 36 "The Catholics and the Jews: Two Views". 17 October 1965.
1 37 "Design for the Future of Jewish-Christian Relations". 24 January 1966.
1 38 "The Ecumenical Ministry". January 1966.
1 39 "Vatican II and the Jews". 20 February 1965.
1 40 "International Conference on Theological Issues of Vatican II". 20-26 March 1966.
1 41 "A Radical Openness to Judaism". March-April 1966.
1 42 "This is the Synagogue". 15 May 1966.
1 43 "A Jewish Reaction to Catholic Positions in Vatican II". 20-23 June 1966.
1 44 Paper delivered before the Catholic Theological Society of America. June 1966.
1 45 "A Survey of Jewish-Christian Relations in the United States". 7-14 August 1966.
1 46 "The Future of Jewish-Christian Relations". December 1966.
1 47 "The Role of the Church and Synagogue in Social Action". 1966.
1 48 Bollettino articles by Marc H. Tanenbaum [in Italian]. December 1966-March 1967.
1 49 "The New World of Jewish-Christian Relations". 8 December 1967.
1 50 "Israel and the Jewish-Christian Dialogue". 1967.
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2 1 "Ecumenism, Pluralism, Judaism and AJC'ism". 1967.
2 2 "Is Jewish-Christian Dialogue Worthwhile?" in Hadassah Magazine.January 1968.
2 3 "Institute on Religion and the Modern World". 25-28 March 1968.
2 4 "Interfaith Weekend". 8-10 November 1968.
2 5 "Biafra: Test Case of the Interreligious Relevance". 1968.
2 6 International seminar on "Justice and Peace in the Near East". 1968.
2 7 "A Comemorao dos Acontecimentos Histricos nas Comunidades Judaicas". 1968.
2 8 "Israel's Hour of Need and the Jewish-Christian Dialogue". 1968.
2 9 "How Jews Celebrate Their History To-day". 1968.
2 10 Statement before the New York chapter of AJC. 12 January 1969.
2 11 "Israel: Its Dilemma and Ours". 24 January 1969.
2 12 "Arab Propaganda in the Christian Churches". May 1969.
2 13 "Moonlanding and National Priorities". 27 July 1969.
2 14 "The Meaning of Israel: A Jewish View". 18-20 August 1969.
2 15 "The Future of Organized Religion: A Jewish View". 6-8 October 1969.
2 16 "Jewish-Christian Relations: The Unfinished Agenda". 5 May 1970.
2 17 Lecture. 5 May 1970.
2 18 "The Myths of Arab Liberation". 13 September 1970.
2 19 "A Survey and Evaluation of Christian-Jewish Relationships Since Vatican Council II". 25-28 October 1970.
2 20 "Jewish-Christian Relations: Issues and Prospects". 1970.
2 21 "A Jewish Viewpoint on Nostra Aetate". 1970.
2 22 "The Passover and Proselytizing". 17 April 1971.
2 23 "Apostle to Gentiles". 25 June 1971.
2 24 "Judaism, Ecumenism, Pluralism". 2 May 1971.
2 25 "Jerusalem" [statement before the Near East Subcommittee of the US House Committee on Foreign Affairs]. 28 July 1971.
2 26 "Some Current Mythologies and World Community". 1971.
2 27 "Is Christian Ecumenism a Threat to the Jews?". 1971.
2 28 "Judaism, Christianity and Islam: Discovery of Mutual Harmonies". 16 February 1972.
2 29 "Do You Know What Hurts Me?" February 1972.
2 30 "Jewish-Christian Relations and the Future of America". 2 November 1972.
2 31 Keynote address before the Religious Education Association. 20 November 1972.
2 32 "Christian Evangelism and Jewish Responses: An Exchange". 9 February 1973.
2 33 "Religious Education in the Future Tense". March-April 1973.
2 34 "Key 73 - An Interim Report" [draft]. 19 April 1973.
2 35 "Jewish Affairs". 1973.
2 36 "Judaism, Ecumenism, and Pluralism". 1973.
2 37 "Major Issues in the Jewish/Christian Situation Today". January-February 1974.
2 38 "Interreligious Relations in Global Perspective". 18 May 1974.
2 39 "Holy Year 1975 and its Origins in the Jewish Jubilee Year". August 1974.
2 40 "Is There a Rise in Anti-Catholicism?". 25 October 1974.
2 41 Testimony before the Ad Hoc Senate Committee hearings on world hunger. 18 December 1974.
2 42 "Das Heilige Jahr und seine Ursprunge im jdischen Jubeljahr" in Freiburger Rundbrief.1974.
2 43 "O Humorismo No Talmud". 1974.
2 44 "Matters that Stand at the Heights of the World". February 1975.
2 45 "Vatican Guidelines and the Jews". February 1975.
2 46 "Seeking a Just Society". 31 March 1975.
2 47 "Comments on the Guidelines" in Catholic Mind.May 1975.
2 48 "Human Rights Day: Some Jewish Reflections Relating to the Bicentennial Observances". August 1975.
Box Folder
3 1 Response to Christian Century editorial. 5 November 1975.
3 2 "American Religious Values and the Future of America". 6 November 1975.
3 3 "Vatican Council II Tenth Anniversary" [excerpts]. 1975.
3 4 "Speaking of God Today: Jews and Lutherans in Conversation". 1975.
3 5 "Moral Aspects of America's Foreign Policy". 21 January 1976.
3 6 "Religious Values in an Age of Violence". 28 March 1976.
3 7 "Contemporary Issues of Church-State Relations". 28 April 1976.
3 8 AJC 70th anniversary meeting. 13-16 May 1976.
3 9 "The 1976 Presidential Election, Evangelism, and the Jews". 24 May 1976.
3 10 "Rabbinic Leadership in an Age of Moral Crisis". 28 November 1976.
3 11 "The Evangelical Renaissance - Promise or Menace?". November 1976.
3 12 "Orthodox Christian-Jewish Dialogue" in Journal of Ecumenical Studies, edited by Marc H. Tanenbaum. Fall 1976.
3 13 "The Biblical Heritage and Human Rights". 10 December 1976.
3 14 "A Rabbi Looks at Christmas". 19 December 1976.
3 15 "Gov. Jimmy Carter's Candidacy - The Fourth Great Awakening?". 1976.
3 16 "The Religious Issue in the Presidential Campaign". 1976.
3 17 "Festivals of Hope - Passover and Easter". 1 April 1977.
3 18 Hearings before the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe. 27-28 April 1977.
3 19 "Messianism and Human Survival". May 1977.
3 20 "Contemporary Issues of Church-State Relations". 1977.
3 21 Book Review, An Ugly Little Secret: Anti-Catholicism in North America, by Andrew Greeley. 26 December 1977.
3 22 "The Wide, Wide World of Jewish-Christian Relations in 1978". 22-25 January 1978.
3 23 "Moral and Spiritual Dimensions of the Food Crisis". September 1978.
3 24 "Pope John Paul I, The Jews, and Israel". 12 September 1978.
3 25 "The Role of the Passion Play in Fostering Antisemitism". 19 November 1978.
3 26 "The Boat People: A Plea to Humanity". 1 December 1978.
3 27 "Oberammergau Update". 14 December 1978.
3 28 "Jews and Social Responsibility". 1978.
3 29 "Values, Events, and Features in the American Religious Experience". 1978.
3 30 "Jewish Statement Prepared for Audience with Pope John Paul II" [draft]. 12 March 1979.
3 31 "The Impact of 'Holocaust' on German TV". May 1979.
3 32 "Pope John Paul II's Pilgrimage to Auschwitz is an Historic Turning Point in Jewish-Christian Relations". 8 June 1979.
3 33 "On Reacting to the Universal Human Crisis, a Jewish Perspective". 13 June 1979.
3 34 Marc H. Tanenbaum interview. 20 June 1979.
3 35 "Camp David and American Religion". 24 July 1979.
3 36 "Pope John Paul II's Visit- A Jewish Perspective". 24 September 1979.
3 37 Testimony of Marc H. Tanenbaum before the US House of Representatives Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs. 18 December 1979.
3 38 NBC Miniseries - "Holocaust". 1979.
3 39 Address at Ecumenical service commemorating 51st birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. 15 January 1980.
3 40 "The Moral Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.". January 1980.
3 41 "Jewish-Christian Relations in the 1980s - A Jewish Perspective". 16 May 1980.
3 42 Oral History - Marc H. Tanenbaum. October-November 1980.
Box Folder
4 1 "No, They have Forsaken the Faith" in Concerning Evangelicals and Jews.9-11 December 1980.
4 2 AJC Statement on 1980 "Revised" Oberammergau Passion Play. 1980.
4 3 "New Right Evangelicals". 1980.
4 4 "The Moral Majority - Threat or Challenge?". 3 March 1981.
4 5 "On Messianic Judaism". 12 March 1981.
4 6 Address on 75th anniversary of the American Jewish Committee. 15 May 1981.
4 7 "The Concept of the Human Being in Jewish Thought - Some Ethical Implications". 6-8 July 1981.
4 8 "Dr. James Parkes: The Righteous Christian". 23 August 1981.
4 9 "The Concept of the Human Being in Jewish Thought - Some Ethical Implications". June 1982.
4 10 "Antisemitism Today - Problems and Prospects". 1982.
4 11 "Heschel and Vatican II - Jewish-Christian Relations". 21 February 1983.
4 12 "The Role of the Passion Play in Fostering Antisemitism Throughout History". March 1983.
4 13 "Luther and the Jews". 18 May 1983.
4 14 "Judaism" - World Council of Churches, 6th Assembly. 24 July - 10 August 1983.
4 15 "Life: A Gift of God" - World Council of Churches, 6th Assembly. 24 July - 10 August 1983.
4 16 "Holy Year and Its Origins in the Jewish Jubilee Year" in L'Osservatore Romano [in Italian]. 21 December 1983.
4 17 "Moral Challenges to Jews and Christians in the 1980s". 19 February 1984.
4 18 "The Joint Responsibility of Jews and Christians for Freedom and Justice in the World". 17 June 1984.
4 19 "Introduction to: Jews and Judaism in Christian Education" in Journal of Ecumenical Studies.Summer 1984.
4 20 "O Conceito De 'Ser Humano' No Pensamento Judaico - Algumas Implicacoes Eticas" [in Portuguese]. 7 August 1984.
4 21 Report on fact-finding mission to Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay. 6-18 August 1984.
4 22 Response on receiving Pope John XXIII's "Pacem in Terris". 13 October 1984.
4 23 "Vatican Officials Float Trial Balloon on Relations with Israel". 23 October 1984.
4 24 "Fanaticism and Fundamentalism". 3 November 1984.
4 25 "Vatican-Israeli Relations Affected by Islamic Fanatics" [An International Relations Dept. Background Analysis]. 19 February 1985.
4 26 Rabbinical Assembly session with Marc H. Tanenbaum and Jerry Falwell [tape transcription]. 19 March 1985.
4 27 "Global Reach - Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, AJC's Agenda Straddles the World". Spring 1985.
4 28 Remarks on Action for International Religious Freedom. Spring 1985.
4 29 Address before Kirchentag Dsseldorf, Federal Republic of Germany. 8 June 1985.
4 30 "Rev. Louis Farrakhan, the Devil, and the Jews". 4 October 1985.
4 31 "Twenty Years of Jewish-Catholic Dialogue: A Jewish Perspective". 18 November 1985.
4 32 "The Future of Jewish-Christian Relations". 1985.
4 33 "A Jewish Viewpoint on Nostra Aetate". 1985.
4 34 "A Response to Professor Maccoby's Thesis". 1985.
4 35 "The American Jewish Committee at the White House". 1985.
Box Folder
5 1 Proposal for the Convening of a White House Conference on Combatting International Terrorism. 28 April 1986.
5 2 Statement Honoring Archbishop Iakovos. 2 October 1986.
5 3 "The Issues as I See Them" - Symposium on Respect and Reconciliation Among the Abrahamic Religions. 16 November 1986.
5 4 Invocation - 90th anniversary Nobel Laureate Dinner. 9 December 1986.
5 5 "Sexual Revolution" - Playboy interviews including Marc H. Tanenbaum. 1986.
5 6 "Black-Jewish Relations" address with Jesse Jackson. 11 March 1987.
5 7 "Jewish Realities in the United States". 18-20 March 1987.
5 8 Response upon Receiving Interfaith Award of International Council of Christians and Jews. 11 May 1988.
5 9 Statement on Pope John Paul II's Visit to Austria. 23-28 June 1988.
5 10 "The Demonization of Jews and Judaism in Western Christian Civilization". September 1988.
5 11 "Jewish-Christian Relations: Achievements and Unfinished Agendas". 27-30 November 1988.
5 12 Response upon Receiving the American Jewish Committee citation. 30 October 1988.
5 13 "Vatican Rejects Racism, Antisemitism, Anti-Zionism". 13 February 1989.
5 14 "Address to the Queens Black-Jewish People to People Project". 7 May 1989.
5 15 Invocation Honoring President von Weiszacker. 4 June 1989.
5 16 "French Bicentennial - Mixed Blessing for Jews". 4 July 1989.
5 17 "Carmelite Nuns" - Op-ed in New York Times.5 July 1989.
5 18 "Cardinal Glemp Betrays Vatican Council II". 3 September 1989.
5 19 "The Myths of a Christian America". 1989.
5 20 "Dr. Martin Luther King and the Jews". 14 January 1990.
5 21 "The Vatican, the Jews and Demons". 8 October 1990.
5 22 Rabbinical Assembly tribute to Wolfe Kelman. 1990.
5 23 Draft manuscripts [typescript]. circa 1990s.
5 24 "Queen Isabella of Spain - Saint or Criminal?". 14 January 1991.
5 25 "Cardinal Glemp's Visit is a Time for Change". 12 September 1991.
5 26 "Jewish-Ethnic Dialogue - A Renewed Cycle". 21 May 1991.
5 27 "Catholics and Jews - Spiritual Man at the Crossroads". undated.
5 28 "The Jewish World-View". undated.
5 29 "The Relevancy of Organized Religion: An Agenda for the Future - A Jewish View". undated.
5 30 "Jesus as a Jew". undated.
5 31 "The Jewish Calendar". undated.
5 32 "The Jewish Holidays - Their Meanings, Origins and History". undated.
5 33 "Vatican, Zionism and Israel - Myths and Realities" [draft]. undated.
5 34 Response to Mayor Ed Koch. undated.
5 35 Tri-faith Dialogues statement [excerpts]. undated.
5 36 "The Vatican Council Decree and the Jews". undated.
5 37 Vatican/Israel. undated.
5 38 "On Overcoming Delusions in Vatican-Israel Relations". undated.
5 39 Statement for prospective passage of Genocide legislation. undated.
5 40 Statement on Pope Paul VI - Golda Meir visit. undated.
Box Folder
6 1 "The Dangerous Precedent for 'Indirect Responsibility'" - [co-authored with Georgette Bennett]. undated.
6 2 "The Vatican, Jews and Israel". undated.
6 3 "Evangelism and Jews". undated.
6 4 "Passion Play". undated.
6 5 "International Seminar on Justice and Peace in the Middle East". undated.
6 6 "Patriotism and Piety - New Right Evangelicals". undated.
6 7 Book Review of My Search for the Messiah by Mark Jay Mirsky. undated.
6 8 "Evangelical Renaissance - Promise or Menace" [partial typescript draft]. undated.
6 9 "New Film on Pope Paul II is Positive Contribution to Jewish-Catholic Relations". undated.
6 10 Comments on a talk by Alexander Schindler. undated.
6 11 Comments on Michael Novak's paper, "American Religious Values & the Future of America". undated.
6 12 Jewish-Christian Dialogues co-authored with Leonard Swidler. undated.
6 13 Miscellaneous unpublished manuscripts [typescript & handwritten]. undated.
6 14 Miscellaneous unpublished manuscripts [typescript & handwritten]. undated.
6 15 Miscellaneous unpublished manuscripts [typescript & handwritten]. undated.
6 16 Miscellaneous unpublished manuscripts [typescript & handwritten]. undated.
Box Folder
7 1 World News Service Religion commentary. 1969-1979.
7 2 World News Service Religion commentary. 1980-1991.
7 3 Jewish Telegraphic Agency commentary. 1972-1989.
7 4 Jewish Telegraphic Agency commentary. 1990-1991.
7 5 News articles by Marc H. Tanenbaum. 1962-1979.
7 6 News articles by Marc H. Tanenbaum. 1980-1989.
7 7 News articles by Marc H. Tanenbaum. 1990-1991, undated.
7 8 Miscellaneous commentaries [NC 18-118]. undated.
7 9 Fragments [Fr 1-28]. undated.
7 10 Fragments [unnumbered]. undated.
Series B. Early Activities. 1945-1972.[3 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: This series consists of materials pertaining to Tanenbaums student days at the Jewish Theological Seminary, his work with the Synagogue Council of America and some early correspondence. The bulk of items are dated before he began his association with the American Jewish Committee in early 1960.
Arrangement Note: Alphabetical.
Box Folder
8 1 American Jewish attitudes. 1957-1960.
8 2 American Jewish Tercentenary. 1954-1957.
8 3 Barnes, Roswell. 1958-1960.
8 4 Cohen, Bernard. 1952.
8 5 Correspondence. 1952.
8 6 Czechoslovakia. 1958.
8 7 Finkelstein, Louis. 1951-1953.
8 8 Greenberg, Hayim. 1946.
8 9 High Holy days. 1954.
8 10 Hunter College: Sociological Theory class notes. 1945.
8 11 Jewish Committee on Scouting. undated.
8 12 Jewish Theological Seminary: Class notes and syllabus. 1946-1949.
8 13 Jewish Theological Seminary. 1947-1949.
8 14 Jewish Theological Seminary: Class notebook. 1948-1949.
8 15 Jung, Moses. 1958-1959.
Box Folder
9 1 Lestschinsky, Jacob [Unpublished Manuscript], "The National Physiognomy of Diaspora Jewry Today". 1954.
9 2 Marriage. 1953.
9 3 Maryland Religious Freedom. 1953.
9 4 Northeast Hebrew Congregation [Washington, D.C.]. 1953.
9 5 Purim. 1947-1958.
9 6 Rabbinical Assembly of America. 1949-1961.
9 7 Rosh Hashanah. 1952-1959.
9 8 Rosh Hashanah. 1959.
9 9 Rosh Hashanah Sermons. 1958-1972.
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10 1 Sermon suggestions. 1952-1954.
10 2 Shavuot. 1956.
10 3 Study of Protestant church school literature used from 1950-1951. 1952.
10 4 Synagogue Council of America. 1950-1957.
10 5 Synagogue Council of America. 1958-1959.
10 6 Synagogue Council of America. 1960-1961.
10 7 Tanenbaum, Helga Weiss. 1954-1955.
10 8 Yom Kippur. 1949-1959.
Series C. Interreligious Activities. 1952-1992.[43 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: This series documents over 30 years of Tanenbaums historically significant interfaith work. Records reflect his position as director of Interreligious Affairs at the American Jewish Committee but also include work with other organizations such as the International Jewish-Catholic Liaison Committee, the International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations, and the World Council of Churches. Series contains extensive correspondence, reports, working papers, conference materials, memoranda, notes and meeting minutes covering a wide variety of important events, subjects and individuals. Some of the most significant materials in this series pertain to Tanenbaum's work in Vatican Council II in the early 1960s. Other important documents relate to his work with Protestant evangelicals and his close relationship with Billy Graham. A selection of significant correspondents in this series includes Augustin Bea, Jimmy Carter, Abraham Joshua Heschel, Bailey Smith, Joseph B. Soloveitchik, and Jerry Falwell.
Arrangement Note: Alphabetical.
Box Folder
11 1 African American-Jewish clergy dialogue. 1990-1991.
11 2 American antisemitism. 1960-1962.
11 3 American Friends Service Committee. 1977.
11 4 "AJC and Vatican II: A Chronology of the Agency's Involvement". 1984.
11 5 Anti-Catholicism. 1976-1983.
11 6 Antisemitism in the 1970s. 1973.
11 7 Antisemitism, Extremism and the Farm Crisis: background report. 1985.
11 8 Antisemitism. 1976-1983.
11 9 Antisemitism. 1988.
11 10 Archdiocese of Cincinnati classes on Judaism. 1977.
11 11 Archdiocese of Milwaukee. 1985.
11 12 Auschwitz - Carmelite controversy. 1986.
11 13 Auschwitz - Carmelite controversy. 1987-1988.
11 14 Auschwitz - Carmelite controversy. January-May 1989.
11 15 Auschwitz - Carmelite controversy. June-July 1989.
11 16 Auschwitz - Carmelite controversy. August 1989.
Box Folder
12 1 Auschwitz - Carmelite controversy. September-December 1989.
12 2 Auschwitz - Carmelite controversy. 1990.
12 3 Auschwitz - Carmelite controversy. undated.
12 4 Auster, Louis. 1990-1991.
12 5 Baptist - Jewish meeting. December 1977.
12 6 Bea, Augustin [Cardinal] biography. undated.
12 7 Bea, Augustin [Cardinal]. 1961.
12 8 Bea, Augustin [Cardinal]. 1962-1963.
12 9 Bea, Augustin [Cardinal]. 1964-1965.
12 10 Bea, Augustin [Cardinal] transcript of telephone conversation. 31 December 1964.
12 11 Bicentennial Conference on Religious Liberty. 25-30 April 1976.
12 12 Bicentennial Conference on Religious Liberty papers [1]. 1976.
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13 1 Bicentennial Conference on Religious Liberty papers [2]. 1976.
13 2 Black Hebrew Israelites. 1978-1979.
13 3 Black Hebrew Israelites. 1984-1987.
13 4 Blaustein, Morton. 1978.
13 5 Borowitz, Eugene. 1966.
13 6 Boyd, Malcolm. 1974.
13 7 Buber, Martin Centennial Study Conference & Tour. 1977.
13 8 Capucci, Hilarion [Archbishop]. 1974.
13 9 Carter, Jimmy. 1976.
13 10 Carter, Jimmy. 1976.
13 11 Carter, Jimmy. 1977.
13 12 Carter, Jimmy. 1978-1979.
13 13 Carter, Jimmy and Jews. 1976.
13 14 Catechetical Directory - a Jewish response. 1972.
13 15 Catholics. 1957-1961.
13 16 Catholics. 1975-1991.
13 17 Catholics and Jews. 1987-1991.
13 18 Catholics and Nazis. 1961-1964.
13 19 Catholic-Jewish. 1973-1975.
13 20 Catholic-Jewish dialogue. 1973.
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14 1 Catholic-Jewish relations. 1964-1974.
14 2 Catholic-Jewish relations. 1967-1983.
14 3 Catholic-Jewish relations. 1973-1974.
14 4 Catholic-Jewish relations. 1985.
14 5 Catholic News Service. 1990-1991.
14 6 Center for the Study of Judaism and Jewish-Christian Relations. 1984.
14 7 Chautauqua. 1974.
14 8 Chicago Catholic-Jewish Conference. 1964-1965.
14 9 Christian Buyer's Guide.1979.
14 10 Christian Century poll. 1978.
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15 1 Christian-Jewish relations in Religious News Service.1972-1973.
15 2 Christian reaction to Leningrad trial of Soviet Jews. 1971.
15 3 Christian statements & documents bearing on Christian-Jewish relations. 1972.
15 4 Christian teachings about Jews. 1961-1963.
15 5 Christian response to Palestine Liberation Organization. 1978.
15 6 Christian Yellow Pages. 1977.
15 7 Christians in Arab countries. 1965.
15 8 Christians in Israel. 1977-1978.
15 9 Church-State. 1964.
15 10 Church-State. 1977-1978.
15 11 Church-State. 1982-1986.
15 12 Committee on the Church and the Jewish People. 1964.
15 13 Conference: The People of God - Jewish-Baptist Perspectives. 13-16 June 1971.
15 14 Conference on Fundamentalism & Fanaticism in Israel. 1986.
15 15 Conference on Relevance of Organized Religion. 6-8 October 1969.
15 16 Conference on Monotheism and Eastern Religions. 1978.
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16 1 "Conferência Panamericana Relações Católico- Judaicas". 3-5 November 1985.
16 2 Creationism. 1980.
16 3 Crucifixion of Jesus. 1959-1964.
16 4 Cults. 1977-1981.
16 5 Cults. 1982.
16 6 Cults and missionaries. 1972-1977.
16 7 Cults - missions to Jews. 1977.
16 8 Davis, W. D. 1989.
16 9 "Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions". 1965.
16 10 Dropsie College study of Jewish education portrayal of other religious groups. 1964.
16 11 Duisburg University. 1980.
16 12 Eckstein, Yechiel. 1984.
16 13 Ecumenical African Center. 1980.
16 14 Eichmann, Adolf - trial. 1961.
16 15 Electronic church. 1980-1981.
16 16 Episcopalians. 1988.
16 17 Episcopal-Jewish Colloquium. 1975.
16 18 Evangelical campaigns. 1972-1974.
16 19 Evangelical extremism. 1976.
16 20 Evangelical Theological Society, 22nd Annual Meeting. 28-30 December 1970.
16 21 Evangelical-Jewish conference. 1979-1980.
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17 1 Evangelicals. 1972-1978.
17 2 Evangelicals. 1976-1982.
17 3 Evangelicals. 1977-1978.
17 4 Evangelicals. 1977-1980.
17 5 Evangelicals. 1977-1981.
17 6 Evangelicals. 1978.
17 7 Evangelicals. 1980.
17 8 Evangelicals. 1980-1981.
17 9 Evangelicals. 1982-1984.
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18 1 Evangelicals and Jews. 1972-1973.
18 2 Evangelicals and Jews. 1975-1978.
18 3 Evangelicals and Jews. 1976.
18 4 Evangelicals and Jews - news clippings. 1976.
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19 1 Evangelicals and Jews in an Age of Pluralism [papers]. 9-11 December 1980.
19 2 Evangelicals for Israel. 1981-1984.
19 3 Evangelism - Expo '72. 1972.
19 4 Evangelism - Jewish reaction. 1972-1973.
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20 1 Evidences - Symposium on Jewish-Christian Relations. 1961.
20 2 Falwell, Jerry. 1980-1985.
20 3 Fine, Morris. 1974-1981.
20 4 Flusser, David. 1970.
20 5 French bishop's declaration. 1973.
20 6 Frieburg studies of Catholic educational materials. 1982.
20 7 Fundamentalism. 1963-1964.
20 8 Glemp, Jozef [Cardinal]. 1988-1991.
20 9 Good Friday Catholic liturgy. 1978-1979.
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21 1 Graham, Billy. 1967-1969.
21 2 Graham, Billy. 1970-1971.
21 3 Graham, Billy. 1972.
21 4 Graham, Billy. 1973.
21 5 Graham, Billy. 1974-1976.
21 6 Graham, Billy. 1977.
21 7 Graham, Billy. 1978-1979.
21 8 Graham, Billy. 1980-1983.
21 9 Graham, Billy. 1984-1988.
21 10 Graham, Billy. 1989-1991.
21 11 Graham, Billy. undated.
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22 1 Graham, Billy - Bitburg Cemetery. 1985.
22 2 Graham, Billy - film, "Hisland". January-June 1970.
22 3 Graham, Billy - film, "Hisland". July-December 1970.
22 4 Graham, Billy - film, "Hisland". 1971-1972.
22 5 Graham, Billy - film, "Time To Run". 1973.
22 6 Graham, Billy - Honor America Day. 1979.
22 7 Graham, Billy - Key 73. 1973.
22 8 Graham, Billy - misc. articles and press clippings. 1970-1989.
22 9 Graham, Billy - Marc H. Tanenbaum book proposal, chapter drafts & notes for Billy Graham, The Jews and Israel.1984-1985.
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23 1 Greek Orthodoxy. 1978-1986.
23 2 Greeley, Andrew. 1973-1976.
23 3 Guidelines for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs. 1976.
23 4 Harvard - Jewish chair. 1976-1977.
23 5 Hendricks, Steve - "Religious & Political Fundamentalism: Links Among Beliefs & Behavior" [a proposal for funding]. 1974.
23 6 Hesburgh, Theodore. 1983.
23 7 Heschel, Abraham Joshua. 1952-1964.
23 8 Heschel, Abraham Joshua. 1982-1989, undated.
23 9 Heschel, Abraham Joshua - A Concise Dictionary of Hebrew Philosophical Terms.undated.
23 10 Holladay, William. 1968-1969.
23 11 "The Image of the Jews in Catholic Teaching". circa 1962.
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24 1 Institute on Israel for Christian Clergy. 1970.
24 2 Interfaith Foundation for Community Organization. 1966.
24 3 Intermarriage. 1967-1978.
24 4 International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee. 1972-1984.
24 5 International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee. 1990.
24 6 International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee meeting [Antwerp]. 4-6 December 1973.
24 7 International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee meeting [Rome]. January 1975.
24 8 International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee meeting [London]. March-April 1981.
24 9 International Catholic-Jewish Liaison Committee meeting [Rome]. 28-30 October 1985.
24 10 International Colloquium on Religion, Peoplehood, Nation and Land. October-November 1970.
24 11 International Council of Christians & Jews. 1981.
24 12 International Council of Christians & Jews Colloquium. 1979-1980.
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25 1 International Council of Christians & Jews award. 1988.
25 2 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1969.
25 3 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1970-1976.
25 4 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1977.
25 5 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1978.
25 6 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1978.
25 7 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1979.
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26 1 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1980.
26 2 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1981.
26 3 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1982.
26 4 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1983.
26 5 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1984.
26 6 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1985.
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27 1 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1985.
27 2 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1986.
27 3 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1987.
27 4 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1988.
27 5 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1988.
27 6 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1989.
27 7 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1990.
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28 1 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1990.
28 2 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1991.
28 3 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1992.
28 4 International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. undated.
28 5 International Liaison, Inc. 1978.
28 6 Interreligious Affairs Commission. 1975-1977.
28 7 Interreligious Affairs Commission. 1978-1979.
28 8 Interreligious Affairs Commission - annual meeting. 12 May 1983.
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29 1 Interreligious Affairs Department. 1961-1962.
29 2 Interreligious Affairs Department. 1975-1984.
29 3 Interreligious curriculum. 1963.
29 4 Interreligious-interracial relations. 1972-1973.
29 5 Interreligious Task Force on Food Policy. 1978.
29 6 Interreligious Task Force on Food Policy. 1981.
29 7 Interreligious Task Force on Soviet Jewry. 1976-1979.
29 8 INSEARCH: The Future of Religion in America - "A Study of Values". 1971-1973.
29 9 Islam. 1979.
29 10 Jesus Christ Superstar.1973.
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30 1 Jewish-Baptist Scholars Conference. 1969.
30 2 Jewish-Christian-Muslim Family Workshop. 1990.
30 3 Jewish-Christian relations. 1965.
30 4 Jewish-Christian relations. 1966.
30 5 Jewish-Christian relations. 1967.
30 6 Jewish-Christian relations. 1968.
30 7 Jewish-Christian relations. 1969.
30 8 Jewish-Christian relations. 1970.
30 9 Jewish-Christian relations. 1971.
30 10 Jewish-Christian relations. 1972.
30 11 Jewish-Christian relations. 1973.
30 12 Jewish-Christian relations. 1974.
30 13 Jewish-Christian relations. 1975.
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31 1 Jewish-Christian relations. 1976.
31 2 Jewish-Christian relations. 1977.
31 3 Jewish-Christian relations. 1978.
31 4 Jewish-Christian relations. 1979.
31 5 Jewish-Christian relations. 1980.
31 6 Jewish-Christian relations. 1981.
31 7 Jewish-Christian relations. 1982.
31 8 Jewish-Christian relations. 1983.
31 9 Jewish-Christian relations. 1984.
31 10 Jewish-Christian relations. 1985.
31 11 Jewish-Christian relations. 1986.
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32 1 Jewish-Christian relations. 1987.
32 2 Jewish-Christian relations. 1988.
32 3 Jewish-Christian relations. 1989.
32 4 Jewish-Christian relations. 1990-1991.
32 5 Jewish-Christian relations. undated.
32 6 Jewish-Lutheran dialogue. 1969-1983.
32 7 Jewish-Muslim dialogue. 1972-1986.
32 8 Jewish settlers in Jerusalem's Christian quarter. 1990.
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33 1 Jews and Christians in a Pluralistic World [Vienna]. 27-30 November 1988.
33 2 Jews and Christians in Dialogue: 20th Anniversary of Vatican II. 18 November 1985.
33 3 Jews for Jesus. 1972.
33 4 Jews for Jesus - literature & broadsides. 1977-1979.
33 5 Jews in Catholic liturgy. 1962.
33 6 "Jews, Judaism & Catholic Education". 1986.
33 7 John Paul I [Pope]. 1978.
33 8 John Paul II [Pope]. 1978-1979.
33 9 John Paul II [Pope]. 1978-1979.
33 10 John Paul II [Pope]. 1978-1980.
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34 1 John Paul II [Pope]. 1978-1982.
34 2 John Paul II [Pope]. 1982-1983.
34 3 John Paul II [Pope]. 1985.
34 4 John Paul II [Pope]. 1987.
34 5 John Paul II [Pope]. 1987.
34 6 John Paul II [Pope] - Auschwitz visit. 1978-1979.
34 7 John Paul II [Pope] - film. 1983-1984.
34 8 John Paul II [Pope] - film post production script. 1983.
34 9 John Paul II [Pope] - Kurt Waldheim. 1986-1987.
34 10 John Paul II [Pope] - meeting with Jews. 1985.
34 11 John Paul II [Pope] - visit to Austria. 1988.
34 12 John Paul II [Pope] - visit to Rome Synagogue. 1986.
34 13 John Paul II [Pope] - visit to United States. 1979.
34 14 John Paul II [Pope] - World Peace Day. 1981-1987.
34 15 John Paul II [Pope] - Yasser Arafat. 1982.
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35 1 Key 73. 1972.
35 2 Key 73. 1973.
35 3 Key 73. 1973.
35 4 Key 73. 1973.
35 5 Key 73. 1973.
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36 1 Key 73. 1973.
36 2 Key 73. 1973.
36 3 Key 73. 1973-1974.
36 4 Key 73 - Congregational Resource Book & misc. literature. 1973.
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37 1 Key 73 - evangelism. 1972-1973.
37 2 Key 73 - Jewish response. 1973.
37 3 Key 73 - local. 1973.
37 4 Koenig, Franz [Cardinal]. 1988.
37 5 Ku Klux Klan. 1980.
37 6 La Farge Institute. 1975.
37 7 Latin America - antisemitism. 1964-1965.
37 8 Latin America - Jewish-Christian relations. 1970.
37 9 Leadership delegation to Italy [AJC]. 1984-1985.
37 10 Leadership delegation to Italy [AJC]. 1984-1985.
37 11 Louvain studies. 1972.
37 12 Luther, Martin and the Jews. 1982-1983.
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38 1 Lutheran - American Jewish Committee Colloquium [Brandeis]. 17-18 November 1971.
38 2 Lutheran Council USA and American Jewish Committee meeting. 1983.
38 3 Lutherans. 1974-1977.
38 4 Lutherans. 1981-1983.
38 5 Lutherans. 1984.
38 6 McIntire, Carl. 1985.
38 7 "Methodists and Jews in Conversation". 9-11 November 1983.
38 8 Mission to Jews. 1973.
38 9 Moon, Sun Myung - Unification Church. 1976-1977.
38 10 Moon, Sun Myung - Unification Church. 1976-1981.
38 11 Moon, Sun Myung - Unification Church. 1977-1981.
38 12 Moon, Sun Myung - Unification Church. 1981.
38 13 Moon, Sun Myung - Unification Church and cults. 1976-1978.
38 14 Moral instruction in California schools. 1969.
38 15 Moral Majority. 1978-1980.
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39 1 Moral Majority. 1981.
39 2 National Conference of Christians and Jews - evaluation study. 1960.
39 3 National Conference of Evangelicals and Jews. 28 February - 1 March 1983.
39 4 National Conference on Religion and Race. 1963.
39 5 National Conference on Religion and Race. 1963-1964.
39 6 National Convention of the Religious Education Association [Chicago, Ill.]. 21-23 November 1966.
39 7 National Council of Churches. 1979-1981.
39 8 National Council of Churches. 1980-1982.
39 9 National Council of Churches. 1981.
39 10 National Council of Churches. 1982-1983.
39 11 National Council of Churches. 1983.
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40 1 National Council of Churches - Middle East policy. 1980.
40 2 National Council of Churches - Middle East policy. 1971-1980.
40 3 National Interreligious Task Force on Soviet Jewry. 1980.
40 4 National Workshop on Christian-Jewish Relations [Detroit, Mich.]. 21 April 1977.
40 5 National Workshop on Christian-Jewish Relations [Dallas, Tex.]. 29-30 April 1980.
40 6 National Workshop on Christian-Jewish Relations [Boston, Mass.]. 1982-1983.
40 7 New religious right. 1980-1981.
40 8 New right evangelicals. 1980.
40 9 Nostra Aetate - 20th anniversary [University of Notre Dame]. 28-29 October 1985.
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41 1 Oberammergau Passion Play. 1970-1976.
41 2 Oberammergau Passion Play. 1977.
41 3 Oberammergau Passion Play. 1978.
41 4 Oberammergau Passion Play. 1979.
41 5 Oberammergau Passion Play. 1980.
41 6 Oberammergau Passion Play. 1981-1984.
41 7 Oberammergau Passion Play. undated.
41 8 Oberammergau Passion Play - Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger. 1980.
41 9 Oberammergau Passion Play - press clippings. 1980.
41 10 Oberammergau Passion Play - seminar on antisemitism [Munich]. 19 November 1978.
41 11 Oberammergau Passion Play - text and program. 1980.
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42 1 O'Connor, John [Cardinal]. 1984-1990.
42 2 O'Connor, John [Cardinal] - visit to Middle East. 1985-1987.
42 3 Paul VI [Pope]. 1963-1965.
42 4 Paul VI [Pope]. 1978.
42 5 Paul VI [Pope] - audience with American Jews. 1964.
42 6 Paul VI [Pope] - Encyclical. 1964-1965.
42 7 Paul VI [Pope] - Golda Meir meeting. 1973.
42 8 Paul VI [Pope] - Holy Land visit. 1964.
42 9 Paul VI [Pope] - notes on audience. 14 September 1964.
42 10 Paul VI [Pope] - visit to New York City. 1965.
42 11 Pawlikowski, John - manuscript. 1969.
42 12 Pawlikowski, John - manuscript. 1971.
42 13 Peace Seminary of World Religions. 1988.
42 14 Pontifical Council for Culture [University of Notre Dame]. 21-23 November 1983.
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43 1 Presbyterians. 1977.
43 2 Presbyterians. 1980.
43 3 Priestly Formation booklet - draft. 1979-1980.
43 4 Pro Deo University. 1972-1974.
43 5 Program kit on religious liberty. 1988.
43 6 "Proposal for National Interreligious Conference in Chicago". 1964.
43 7 Protestant textbook and curriculum study. 1969-1970.
43 8 Protestants and Israel. 1977-1978.
43 9 Protestants and Jews. 1976-1977.
43 10 Ratzinger, Joseph [Cardinal]. 1988.
43 11 Rauff, Walter [Wiesenthal Center Report on Church Connection]. 1984.
43 12 Reactions to article regarding Holy Year. 1974.
43 13 Religion affiliated organizations and their relations with government. 1984.
43 14 Religion and Human Rights conference. 1980.
43 15 Religion and pluralism. 1984.
43 16 Religion and politics. 1969-1980.
43 17 Religion and politics. 1986.
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44 1 "Religion and Public Education in a Pluralistic Society" - manuscript for Jewish section. 1961.
44 2 Religion and the Modern World - Jewish and Christian Perspectives. 25-28 March 1968.
44 3 Religious Alliance Against Pornography. 1988.
44 4 Religious education. 1960-1969.
44 5 Religious education and prejudice. 1969.
44 6 Religious Education Association. 1969.
44 7 Religious Heritage of America. 1974.
44 8 Religious liberty. 1976-1979.
44 9 Religious pluralism. 1981-1984.
44 10 Religious - political tolerance. 1979.
44 11 Religious Task Force Mobilization for Survival. 1981.
44 12 Riegehaupt, Edward. 1982.
44 13 Role of religion in conflict. 1984.
44 14 Rossano [Monsignor]. undated.
44 15 Rudin, James. 1979.
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45 1 Saliba, Philip [Archbishop]. 1968-1971.
45 2 Schulweiss, Harold M. 1977.
45 3 Schwartz, Doug. 1987.
45 4 Secular humanism. 1985.
45 5 Seminaries. 1981-1982.
45 6 Seton Hall convocation: Toward a Theology of Israel. 1968-1970.
45 7 Sharp, Frank. 1972.
45 8 Sheen, Fulton [Bishop]. 1967-1980.
45 9 Shriver, Sargent. 1977.
45 10 Shuster, Zachariah. 1970.
45 11 Shuster, Zachariah. 1982-1985.
45 12 Shuster, Zachariah. 1986.
45 13 Smith, Bailey. 1980.
45 14 Smith, Bailey. 1981.
45 15 "Some Jewish Aspects of The Last Temptation of Christ". 1988.
45 16 Sonrise Center. 1980.
45 17 Southern Baptist-Jewish Scholars Conference. August 1969.
45 18 Southern Baptist-Jewish Scholars Conference. February 1982.
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46 1 Southern Baptists. 1981.
46 2 Stapleton, Ruth Carter. 1978.
46 3 Stendahl, Krister. 1969-1978.
46 4 Study Guide for Evangelicals and Jews in Conversation.1978.
46 5 TAV Evangelical Ministries. 1980-1983.
46 6 Telicare - Television Center of the Diocese of Rockville Centre. 1983.
46 7 Textbooks. 1963-1964.
46 8 Tisserant, Eugene [Cardinal]. 1964.
46 9 Trifa, Valerian [Archbishop]. 1973-1984.
46 10 Trifa, Valerian [Archbishop]. 1976-1977.
46 11 United Methodists. 1983.
46 12 Van Buren, Paul. 1977-1983.
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47 1 Vatican. 1969.
47 2 Vatican. 1973-1978.
47 3 Vatican. 1980-1985.
47 4 Vatican. 1986.
47 5 Vatican. 1987.
47 6 Vatican. 1988-1989.
47 7 Vatican. January-July 1990.
47 8 Vatican. August-December 1990.
47 9 Vatican. undated.
47 10 Vatican document, "Notes on the Correct Way to Present Jews & Judaism". 1985.
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48 1 Vatican - Holocaust. 1987-1991.
48 2 Vatican - Islam. 1976.
48 3 Vatican - Islamic Conference. 1976.
48 4 Vatican - Israel. 1973-1980.
48 5 Vatican - Israel. 1986.
48 6 Vatican - International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1972-1974.
48 7 Vatican - International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations. 1988.
48 8 Vatican - Jerusalem. 1979-1980.
48 9 Vatican - mission and witness. 1975.
48 10 Vatican - Palestine Liberation Organization. 1981.
48 11 Vatican - statement on Catholic-Jewish relations. 1974-1975.
48 12 Vatican - United States relations. 1983-1984.
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49 1 Vatican Council II. 1962.
49 2 Vatican Council II. 1962-1964.
49 3 Vatican Council II. 1963-1964.
49 4 Vatican Council II. 1963-1965.
49 5 Vatican Council II. 1964.
49 6 Vatican Council II. 1964.
49 7 Vatican Council II. 1964.
49 8 Vatican Council II. 1964.
49 9 Vatican Council II. 1964-1965.
49 10 Vatican Council II [Session 3]. 1964.
49 11 Vatican Council II [Session 3]. 1964.
49 12 Vatican Council II [Session 3]. 1964.
49 13 Vatican Council II [Session 3]. 1964.
49 14 Vatican Council II [Session 3] - collegiality. 1964.
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50 1 Vatican Council II - Arabs. 1964.
50 2 Vatican Council II - Blaustein, Jacob. 1964.
50 3 Vatican Council II - Declaration of Religious Liberty. 1964.
50 4 Vatican Council II - Ecumenism. 1964.
50 5 Vatican Council II - Jewish decree. 1963-1964.
50 6 Vatican Council II - Jewish decree. 1964.
50 7 Vatican Council II - Jewish decree. 1964.
50 8 Vatican Council II - Jewish response. 1964.
50 9 Vatican Council II - Jewish response. 1964-1965.
50 10 Vatican Council II - Oriental churches. 1964.
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51 1 Vatican Council II - Press. 1964.
51 2 Vatican Council II - Press, Catholic. 1964.
51 3 Vatican Council II - Schema. 1963.
51 4 Vatican Council II - Schema. 1964.
51 5 Vatican Council II - Schuster, Zachariah. 1962-1965.
51 6 Vatican Council II - Soloveitchik, Joseph. 1961-1964.
51 7 Vatican Council II - Statement on the Jews, 5 years later. 1970.
51 8 Vatican Council II: Ten years Later. 1972-1975.
51 9 Vatican Council II: Ten Years Later [Atlanta, Ga.]. 22-23 October 1975.
51 10 Vatican Council II: Ten Years Later [Washington, D.C.]. 16 December 1975.
51 11 Vatican Council II - "Vatican Decree on Jews & Judaism & the American Jewish Committee, A Historical Record". 1964.
51 12 Vatican Council II - "The Second Vatican Council's Declaration on the Jews: A Background Report". November 1965.
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52 1 Waagenaar, Sam - "The Pope's Jews" [manuscript]. 1974.
52 2 "When Jews and Christians Meet" [Greensboro, N.C.]. 11-12 November 1976.
52 3 Willebrands, Johannes [Cardinal]. 1990.
52 4 World Council of Churches. 1967.
52 5 World Council of Churches. 1976-1980.
52 6 World Council of Churches. 1980-1981.
52 7 World Council of Churches. 1983.
52 8 World Council of Churches - 6th Assembly [Vancouver, B.C.]. July-August 1983.
52 9 World Council of Churches - 6th Assembly [Vancouver, B.C.]. July-August 1983.
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53 1 World Council of Churches & Representatives of World Jewry Consultation [Geneva]. 27-30 May 1969.
53 2 World Council of Churches & Jewish Leaders Consultation [Geneva]. 11-14 December 1972.
53 3 World Council of Churches - Middle East. 1967-1970.
53 4 Wright, Joseph S. 1981.
53 5 WXUR Radio. 1968.
53 6 Yaseen, Leonard. 1973.
53 7 Yaseen, Leonard. 1985-1986.
53 8 Yaseen, Leonard. The Jesus Connection.1985-1986.
53 9 Zeffirelli, Franco. 1988.
53 10 Zoroastrianism. 1984.
Series D. International Relations Activities. 1961-1992.[23 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: Papers in this series document Tanenbaum's activities as director of the International Relations Department of the American Jewish Committee and include correspondence, reports, memoranda, notes and meeting minutes. There is extensive material in this series on the Middle East and Israel as well as the Camp David Israeli-Egypt peace treaty talks, Latin America, South Africa and Soviet Jewry. Also included are papers pertaining to Tanenbaum's activities with the International Rescue Committee and his work with Cambodian refugees.
Arrangement Note: Alphabetical.
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54 1 Abrams, Robert. 1987.
54 2 Afghanistan. 1980.
54 3 Africa. 1971-1979.
54 4 Airborne Warning and Control System [AWACS] to Saudi Arabia. 1981.
54 5 American Israel Public Affairs Committee [AIPAC]. 1979-1980, 1988.
54 6 American-Israeli relations/Middle East. 1981-1984.
54 7 American Jewish-Israel Relations Task Force. 1987.
54 8 American Jewish World Service. 1988-1990.
54 9 American Jewish World Service. 1988-1990.
54 10 American Jewish World Service. 1988-1990.
54 11 American People Ambassador Program. 1989.
54 12 Arab boycott. 1976-1978.
54 13 Arab propaganda. 1967-1969.
54 14 Arab-Jewish relationship. 1970-1971.
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55 1 Arabs. 1978-1988.
55 2 Argentina. 1983.
55 3 Argentina. 1982-1984.
55 4 Armenia. 1988-1989.
55 5 Armonk Institute. 1991.
55 6 Arms sales. 1986.
55 7 Arms sales - Saudi Arabia. 1986-1987.
55 8 Austria. 1973, 1979.
55 9 Austria. 1987-1989.
55 10 Austria - Kurt Waldheim. 1988.
55 11 Awad, Mubarak. 1986-1988.
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56 1 Biafran relief. 1968-1969.
56 2 Bitburg controversy. 1985.
56 3 Breira. 1977.
56 4 Bush, George H.W. 1973-1980.
56 5 Bush, George H.W. 1988.
56 6 Bush, George H.W. - letter regarding terrorism. 1986.
56 7 Cambodia. 1979.
56 8 Cambodia crisis meeting - White House. 1979-1980, 1984.
56 9 Camp David. 1978-1979.
56 10 Camp David - Israel-Egypt peace treaty. 1978-1979.
56 11 Camp David - religious leadership meeting. 10 July 1979.
56 12 Carter, Jimmy. 1977-1980.
56 13 Casey, William. 1981.
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57 1 Central America. 1982-1984.
57 2 Central America. 1983-1986.
57 3 Chengzhi, Zhang. 1987.
57 4 Comision Quinto Centenario. 1987, 1992.
57 5 Commerce Department investigations of workers' rights. 1988.
57 6 Consultation on Soviet Jewry. 1986.
57 7 Council of Europe reports. 1985-1986.
57 8 Council on Foreign Relations. 1975-1978.
57 9 Cuba. 1985.
57 10 Curaçao. 1985.
57 11 Defense and arms limitation committee. 1982-1983.
57 12 Delegation to South Africa. 9-18 October 1985.
57 13 Eastern Europe. 1984.
57 14 Eastern Europe. 1989-1991.
57 15 Egypt. 1979.
57 16 Egypt. 1985.
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58 1 Ethiopia. 1984.
58 2 Ethiopian Jews and Israel. 1985.
58 3 Europe trip report. 1978.
58 4 Falashas. 1978-1979, 1985.
58 5 Famine in Africa and world hunger. 1984.
58 6 Food. 1974-1984.
58 7 Food and poverty. 1975-1976.
58 8 Foreign Affairs Commission (American Jewish Committee). 1983.
58 9 Foreign aid. 1978.
58 10 Foreign aid and foreign aid crisis. 1987.
58 11 France. 1970-1980.
58 12 France. 1985-1988.
58 13 Genocide. 1986.
58 14 German arms sales to Saudis. 1984.
58 15 German - Jewish. 1971-1974.
58 16 Germany. 1978-1979.
58 17 Germany. 1982-1985.
58 18 Germany. 1986-1989.
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59 1 Giuliani, Rudolph. 1989.
59 2 Globalist Research Foundation. 1977-1981.
59 3 Goldmann, Nahum. 1980.
59 4 Greece. 1984.
59 5 Greece. 1986.
59 6 Greek press. 1977.
59 7 Guatemala. 1982.
59 8 Hadassah convention. 26-29 August 1984.
59 9 Haitian refugees. 1983.
59 10 Harrisburg six - Iqbal Ahmed. 1971.
59 11 Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society [HIAS] Conference. 1969.
59 12 Helsinki agreement. 1978.
59 13 Holland. 1985.
59 14 Hungary. 1983.
59 15 Iceland summit. 1986.
59 16 Immigration. 1979-1980.
59 17 Impact - international press coverage of the American Jewish Committee's International Relations Department. 1986.
59 18 Institute for Social Research [Mexico City]. 5-9 April 1983.
59 19 International Relations Commission. 1984-1985.
59 20 International Relations Department - "Global Issues". May 1986.
Box Folder
60 1 International Relations Department. 1985-1990.
60 2 International Relations Department - organization and programming. 1985-1986.
60 3 International Relations Department reports. 1986-1987.
60 4 International Relations Department reports. 1987-1988.
60 5 International Rescue Committee. 1975-1977.
60 6 International Rescue Committee. January-May 1978.
60 7 International Rescue Committee. June-August 1978.
60 8 International Rescue Committee. September-November 1978.
Box Folder
61 1 International Rescue Committee. December 1978.
61 2 International Rescue Committee. January-June 1979.
61 3 International Rescue Committee. July-December 1979.
61 4 International Rescue Committee. 1980-1983.
61 5 International Rescue Committee. 1988-1990.
61 6 International Rescue Committee. undated.
61 7 International Rescue Committee - South East Asia. 1978-1980.
Box Folder
62 1 Interns for Peace. 1982.
62 2 Iran. 1979-1981.
62 3 Iran-Contra. 1986.
62 4 Iraq. 1969.
62 5 Israel. 1970-1971.
62 6 Israel. 1974, 1979-1981.
62 7 Israel. 1983-1986.
62 8 Israel. 1988-1989.
Box Folder
63 1 Israel Coordinating Committee. 1988.
63 2 Israel - economy. 1983-1984.
63 3 Israel - human rights. 1978-1980.
63 4 Israel - Jerusalem. 1979-1980.
63 5 Israel - statement by Ambassador Uri M. Gordon. 1988.
63 6 Israel - United Nations. 1982.
63 7 Israel - violence. 1986.
63 8 Israel and Libby Mowshowitz Award. 1992.
Box Folder
64 1 Israel and Middle East. 1970-1979.
64 2 Israel and Middle East. 1982-1983.
64 3 Israel and Middle East. 1985-1987.
64 4 Israel and Palestine Liberation Organization. 1988.
64 5 Israel and West Bank. 1977-1980.
64 6 Israel Office [American Jewish Committee]. 1971.
64 7 Israel Office [American Jewish Committee]. 1978-1984.
64 8 Israel Office [American Jewish Committee]. 1971, 1976, 1985-1986.
64 9 Israel study meeting minutes/notes. 1970-1971.
64 10 Italy. 1984-1986.
64 11 Italy - antisemitism. 1972-1988.
64 12 Italy - relief. 1980-1981.
Box Folder
65 1 Jacob Blaustein Institute. 1985-1986.
65 2 Japan. 1985-1989.
65 3 Japan. 1987.
65 4 Japan - Jewish relations. 1988.
65 5 Japan and Pacific. 1988.
65 6 Jerusalem. 1970-1980.
65 7 Jerusalem conference. 15-17 February 1988.
Box Folder
66 1 Jewish - Hispanic relations. 1977-1984.
66 2 Jewish - Polish relations. 1978-1983.
66 3 Jordan. 1985.
66 4 Judaism - Jewish law. 1981-1982.
66 5 Kahane, Meir. 1985.
66 6 Kurtz, Howard. 1977-1978.
66 7 Latin America. 1972-1980.
66 8 Latin America. 1981-1988.
66 9 Latin American fact finding trip. August 1984.
66 10 Leadership delegation to Israel. 1984-1987.
66 11 Lebanese Jews. 1985-1987.
66 12 Lebanon. 1978.
66 13 Lebanon. 1981-1983.
Box Folder
67 1 Lebanon - Christian response. 1976, 1982.
67 2 Lebanon - liberal protest. 1982.
67 3 Les Droits des Hommes and the Media.1987.
67 4 Levin, Aryeh. 1983.
67 5 Libya. 1985-1987.
67 6 Materials Claims Conference. 1986.
67 7 Mengele, Josef. 1983-1985.
67 8 Mexican American-Jewish relations conference. 20-22 November 1983.
67 9 Mexico. 1970.
67 10 Mexico. 1983-1984.
67 11 Michel, Ernest. 1990.
67 12 Middle East. 1966.
67 13 Middle East. 1970-1979.
Box Folder
68 1 Middle East. 1980-1985.
68 2 Middle East. 1987-1989.
68 3 Middle East. undated.
68 4 Middle East - Christian response. 1967-1979.
68 5 Middle East - collation of documents and comments prepared by Jerusalem Rainbow Group. 1967.
68 6 Middle East - economic development. 1987-1988.
68 7 Middle East - peace. 1971-1985.
68 8 Minority rights under international law. 1985-1986.
68 9 Mission to France. 1983-1984.
Box Folder
69 1 Moroccan-Israeli relations. 1986.
69 2 Morocco. 1984-1986.
69 3 Moynihan, Daniel Patrick. 1984.
69 4 Nairobi Conference on Women. 1985.
69 5 Nicaragua. 1983-1985.
69 6 Nicaragua. 1984-1986.
69 7 Nicaragua. undated.
69 8 Northern Ireland. 1972.
69 9 Nuclear weapons. 1978.
69 10 Pakistan. 1971.
69 11 Palestine Liberation Organization. 1977-1985.
69 12 Palestine Liberation Organization - Yasser Arafat. 1988.
69 13 Palestine Liberation Organization and Iran. 1981.
69 14 Palestine National Council. 1985-1987.
69 15 Palestinian human rights. 1979-1981.
69 16 Palestinians. 1969-1970.
69 17 Poland. 1981-1987.
Box Folder
70 1 Pro-Arab influence in American Christian churches. 1979.
70 2 Refugees. 1979-1981.
70 3 Refugees. 1980-1981.
70 4 Refugees study. 1980.
70 5 Refugees - immigration. 1980-1985.
70 6 Refugees - immigration. 1982-1983.
70 7 Refugees - South East Asia. 1983.
70 8 Report on Second Asian-Jewish Colloquium [Hong Kong]. 23-24 March 1987.
70 9 Report on visit to Beijing, China. 20-24 October 1985.
70 10 Resurgence of Islam and Jewish communities in the Middle East and Northern Africa. 1980.
70 11 Romania. 1978-1979.
Box Folder
71 1 Sakharov, Andrei - HBO film. 1983-1984.
71 2 Saudi Arabia. 1983.
71 3 Saudi Arabia. 1984-1986.
71 4 Saudi Arabia - arms sales. 1981.
71 5 Schapiro, Herb. 1982.
71 6 Scharansky, Anatoly. 1986.
71 7 South Africa. 1976-1979.
71 8 South Africa. 1981-1984.
71 9 South Africa. 1983-1985.
71 10 South Africa. 1985.
71 11 South Africa. 1986-1987.
71 12 South Africa. undated.
71 13 South Africa - Archbishop Desmond Tutu. 1987-1991.
Box Folder
72 1 Soviet Jewry. 1969-1976.
72 2 Soviet Jewry. 1977-1978.
72 3 Soviet Jewry. 1979.
72 4 Soviet Jewry. 1980-1983.
72 5 Soviet Jewry. 1984.
72 6 Soviet Jewry - world conference. 1984.
72 7 Soviet Jewry. 1985.
72 8 Soviet Jewry. 1983-1986.
72 9 Soviet Jewry. 1987, undated.
Box Folder
73 1 Spain. 1976-1984.
73 2 Spain-Israel relations. 1977-1986.
73 3 "State of Religion in Israel". 1979.
73 4 Strategic Arms Limitations Talks (SALT). 1978.
73 5 Syria. 1984.
73 6 Terrorism. 1972.
73 7 Terrorism. 1974-1984.
73 8 Terrorism. 1977-1986, undated.
Box Folder
74 1 Third world. 1980.
74 2 Tibetan United States resettlement program. 1989.
74 3 Tillich, Paul. 1976.
74 4 Tiso, Jozef. 1983.
74 5 Turkey. 1980-1986.
74 6 Uganda. 1977.
74 7 Ukraine and film "Holocaust". 1978.
74 8 Undocumented aliens. 1977.
74 9 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. 1988-1989.
74 10 United Nations. 1972-1984.
Box Folder
75 1 United Nations - anti-Israel. 1975-1980.
75 2 United Nations - declaration on elimination of religious intolerance. 1963-1965.
75 3 United Nations - Nairobi Women's Conference. 1985.
75 4 United Nations - seminar on religious intolerance. 1984-1985.
75 5 United Nations - religious intolerance. 1986.
75 6 United Nations - war crimes. 1987.
75 7 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 1972.
75 8 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 1983-1984.
75 9 United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). 1980.
75 10 United Nations World Assembly of Youth (WAY). 1970.
75 11 United States policy towards United Nations. 1976-1980.
75 12 United States Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing. 1976.
75 13 University of Duisburg (Germany). 1981.
75 14 Uruguay. 1975-1984.
Box Folder
76 1 Waldheim, Kurt. 1966.
76 2 Waldheim, Kurt. 1985-1988.
76 3 Waldheim, Kurt. 1986-1987.
76 4 Wallenberg, Raoul committee. 1980.
76 5 Weinberger, Caspar. 1983.
76 6 West German statute of limitations. 1979.
76 7 West German visit. 1979.
76 8 Yemen. 1985.
76 9 Zionist fundamentalism. 1984-1985.
Series E. General Alphabetical Files. 1960-1992.[18 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: This series consists of subject files dealing with activities of a more general nature. Included are correspondence, reports, memos, minutes, working papers covering such subjects as race relations, education, politics, science, the Holocaust, Tanenbaums consulting work with film and television programs, Presidential commissions on youth and aging, general AJC programs and activities. Also included is information and publicity about Tanenbaum together with the transcripts of two substantial oral histories conducted in 1972 and 1980 covering his life and work.
Arrangement Note: Alphabetical.
Box Folder
77 1 "Acts of Peter and Paul" - TV script. 1980.
77 2 Adult Jewish education. 1961-1964.
77 3 Aging. 1979-1981.
77 4 Aging. 1981.
77 5 Aging, religion. 1980.
77 6 American Jewish Congress / American Jewish Committee merger. 1975.
77 7 American Jewish Committee 75th Anniversary. 1981.
77 8 American Jewish Committee - 77th Annual Meeting. May 1983.
77 9 American Jewish Committee - 79th Annual Meeting. 1985.
77 10 American Jewish Committee - Board of Governors meeting. 24 June 1985.
Box Folder
78 1 American Jewish Committee - farewell. 1988.
78 2 American Jewish Committee - "Findings from an Exploratory Research Phase". 1962.
78 3 American Jewish Committee - National Executive Council meeting. 27-30 October 1983.
78 4 American Jewish Committee - National Executive Council meeting. 7-10 November 1985.
78 5 American Jewish Committee - National Executive Council meeting. October-November 1987.
78 6 American Jewish Committee - oral history collection. undated.
78 7 American Jewish Committee - Philadelphia and New York chapter banking studies. 1962.
78 8 American Jewish Committee on tax bill. 1986.
78 9 American Jewish Committee reception and dinner in honor of Alma and Theodore Schlesinger. 1980.
78 10 American Jewish Committee staff meeting - Black-Jewish relations. 1979.
78 11 American Jewish Committee - statement on undocumented persons. 1980.
78 12 American political climate regarding Jews. 1968.
78 13 "Anno Domini" TV series. 1983-1985.
78 14 Anti-abortion. 1975.
78 15 Atlanta - Community Relations Council. 1981.
78 16 Attitudes of Jewish young people. 1964.
78 17 Articles to do. 1981.
78 18 Auster, Louis - interview with Marc H. Tanenbaum. undated.
Box Folder
79 1 Bakke case. 1978.
79 2 Banki, Judith. 1988.
79 3 Bicentennial. 1976.
79 4 Big Business Day. 1979-1980.
79 5 Biographical material. 1971-1989.
79 6 Black-Jewish relations. 1960-1966.
79 7 Black-Jewish relations. 1972-1979.
Box Folder
80 1 Blacks and Jews. 1981-1985.
80 2 Blacks and Jews / Middle East. 1979.
80 3 Black-Jewish [Queens College]. 1989.
80 4 Black manifesto and Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization. 1969.
80 5 Brandriss, Marc. 1983.
80 6 Bretton Woods conference. 1984-1986.
80 7 Bretton Woods fund. 1988.
80 8 Calendar reform. 1963.
80 9 Capital punishment. 1979.
80 10 Circumcision. undated.
80 11 Civil rights. 1964.
80 12 Coalition building. 1984.
80 13 Commission on pornography. 1976.
Box Folder
81 1 Conferences. 1963-1967.
81 2 "Conference on Population and Intergroup Relations". 27-28 October 1975.
81 3 Conference on "Violence among Nations: Interreligious Perspectives". May 1978.
81 4 Conversion. 1976.
81 5 Conversion, Israeli law. 1978.
81 6 Covenant House. 1990.
81 7 Covenant House oversight committee. 1990.
81 8 Crime. 1979-1981.
81 9 Cuomo, Mario. 1983-1989.
81 10 Daughters of the American Revolution. 1980.
81 11 Davis, Sammy Jr. [National Liver Institute]. 1989-1990.
81 12 Dayton [George D.] Foundation project. 1971.
81 13 Democratic National Convention. 1988.
Box Folder
82 1 Education. 1974-1979.
82 2 Education. 1975-1987.
82 3 Election. 1980.
82 4 Energy crisis. 1973.
82 5 Ethnic heritage studies program grant proposal. 1975-1976.
82 6 Ethnic project. 1974-1975.
82 7 Family. 1972-1983.
82 8 Farrakhan, Louis. 1985.
82 9 Feldstein, Donald. 1983.
82 10 Forest Hills public housing project [New York]. 1972.
82 11 Frank, Anne. 1980.
82 12 Friedman, Meyer. 1980.
82 13 Genesis project. 1976-1979.
82 14 Gordis, David. 1984-1989.
Box Folder
83 1 Havurah. 1979-1981.
83 2 Heritage: Civilization and the Jews.1984-1985.
83 3 Holocaust. 1985.
83 4 Holocaust education. 1977-1982.
83 5 Holocaust - film, "Genocide". January-April 1982.
83 6 Holocaust memorial Boys Town, Italy. 1973.
83 7 Holocaust memorial council. 1980.
83 8 Holocaust (service). 1977.
83 9 Holocaust study guide drafts. 1978.
83 10 Holocaust/war crimes. 1987.
83 11 Homeless. 1982-1983.
83 12 Homosexuality. 1986-1990.
83 13 Horvath, Francis [medical ethics]. 1985-1986.
83 14 Human rights. 1974-1984.
83 15 Human rights. 1988.
83 16 Income inequality. undated.
Box Folder
84 1 Isserman, Ruth. 1982-1983.
84 2 Jackson, Jesse. 1984.
84 3 Jackson, Jesse. 1987-1988.
84 4 "Jew Broker of the American Revolution" script [Haym Salomon]. 1975.
84 5 Jewish Family. 1977.
84 6 Jewish Identity - Report on American Jewish Committee conference. 1964.
84 7 Jewish students on war. 1969.
84 8 Jewish vote. 1980.
84 9 Jewish women. 1987.
84 10 Jewish youth. 1972-1973.
84 11 Judaism - threat of denominational schism. 1985.
84 12 Kaufman, Curtis. 1990.
84 13 Kennedy, John F. 1963.
84 14 King, Martin Luther, Jr. 1966-1967.
84 15 King, Martin Luther, Jr. 1963-1986.
84 16 King, Martin Luther, Jr. [Paper]. 1983.
84 17 Knilli, Friedrich. 1979.
84 18 Koch, Ed. 1987.
84 19 Kremer, Charles. 1983-1985.
84 20 Ku Klux Klan. 1979.
Box Folder
85 1 Landa, Leo. 1977.
85 2 LaRouche, Lyndon - United States Labor Party. 1980.
85 3 Legislators [New York]. 1980.
85 4 Lenchitz, Solomon. 1984.
85 5 MacArthur Foundation. 1986.
85 6 "Masada" - ABC. 1981.
85 7 Maxwell Associates. 1979-1980.
85 8 Meditation and prayer for Sabbath. 1973.
85 9 Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. 1986.
85 10 Ministerial Institute [Columbus, Ohio]. 15 January 1976.
85 11 "Nasty Habits" [film]. 1977.
85 12 National Affairs Department program kit. 1984.
85 13 National Association of Jewish Legislators. 1980.
85 14 National Coalition against Pornography. 1986-1988.
85 15 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1985-1986.
85 16 National Peace Academy/dispute resolution. 1979.
85 17 Nazis - United States. 1977-1978.
85 18 NBC - "A.D." miniseries. 1984-1985.
85 19 NBC conference [Tarpon Springs, Fla.]. 1986.
85 20 NBC "Holocaust". 1977-1978.
85 21 NBC "Holocaust". 1979.
85 22 NBC "Holocaust". 1980-1983.
Box Folder
86 1 NBC "Holocaust" - impact. 1980.
86 2 NBC "Holocaust" - memo from Marc H. Tanenbaum to NBC's Robert Kasmire regarding script. 1977.
86 3 NBC "Holocaust" - reporting. 1978-1979.
86 4 NBC "Holocaust" - survey of viewers. 1978.
86 5 NBC "Holocaust" - Australia. 1978.
86 6 NBC "Holocaust" - Austria. 1979.
86 7 NBC "Holocaust" - Belgium. 1979.
86 8 NBC "Holocaust" - Brazil. 1979.
86 9 NBC "Holocaust" - Canada. 1978.
86 10 NBC "Holocaust" - Denmark. 1970.
86 11 NBC "Holocaust" - East Germany. 1979.
86 12 NBC "Holocaust" - England. 1979.
86 13 NBC "Holocaust" - Finland. 1979.
86 14 NBC "Holocaust" - Germany. 1979.
86 15 NBC "Holocaust" - Israel. 1979.
86 16 NBC "Holocaust" - Italy. 1979.
86 17 NBC "Holocaust" - Japan. 1979.
86 18 NBC "Holocaust" - Mexico. 1979.
86 19 NBC "Holocaust" - Netherlands. 1979.
86 20 NBC "Holocaust" - Norway. 1979.
86 21 NBC "Holocaust" - South Africa. 1978.
86 22 NBC "Holocaust" - Spain. 1978.
86 23 NBC "Holocaust" - Sweden. 1979.
86 24 NBC "Holocaust" - Trinidad-Tobago. 1979.
86 25 NBC "Holocaust" - USSR. 1979.
86 26 NBC "Stories from the Bible". 1978.
86 27 New York Holocaust Memorial Commission. 1988.
Box Folder
87 1 Opinion poll [American Jewish Committee]. 1979.
87 2 Palmer, Nancy Reasoner. 1975-1985.
87 3 Parkes, James. 1970-1972.
87 4 Passover. 1976.
87 5 "Passover Plot". 1976.
87 6 Peace. 1965-1966.
87 7 Pentagon National Day of Prayer. 1989.
87 8 "People of Nes Amim". 1979.
Box Folder
88 1 People for the American Way. 1980-1981.
88 2 People for the American Way. 1982-1984.
88 3 People for the American Way. 1985.
88 4 People for the American Way. 1986-1987.
88 5 Persian Gulf. 1984.
88 6 Planned Parenthood. 1966.
88 7 Political attitudes of American Jews. 1984-1988.
88 8 Polls/surveys. 1981-1983.
Box Folder
89 1 President's Commission on the Holocaust. January-April 1979.
89 2 President's Commission on the Holocaust. May-December 1979.
89 3 President's Commission on the Holocaust. 1980.
89 4 President's Commission on the Holocaust. 1982-1983, undated.
89 5 Purim. 1971.
89 6 Rabbinical Assembly. 1988.
89 7 Rabbinical Assembly. 1989.
89 8 Ramah Academy. 1983.
89 9 Reagan, Ronald. 1981.
89 10 Reagan, Ronald. 1984.
89 11 Redgrave, Vanessa. 1980.
Box Folder
90 1 Religion and electronic media conference. 24 March 1981.
90 2 Religion and energy. 1979-1980.
90 3 Religion in America. 1971-1977.
90 4 Religion in census survey. 1976.
90 5 Rivka, Alex and Rovich. undated.
90 6 Rustin, Bayard. 1987-1988.
90 7 Scientific creationism. 1981.
90 8 Sermon seminar. 1980.
90 9 Sheedy, Charlotte. 1983-1985.
90 10 Sobel, Henry. 1981.
90 11 Social action resolutions. 1960.
90 12 "Society, State and Religion: The Jewish Experience". February 1988.
90 13 Stanford University baccalaureate. 1980.
90 14 State Department. 1973.
90 15 Sutton Synagogue [New York, N.Y.]. 1988-1990.
90 16 Synagogue Council of America. 1991-1992.
Box Folder
91 1 Tannen, Erny. 1983-1985.
91 2 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - application to American Jewish Committee. 1960-1961.
91 3 Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Georgette Bennett. Curriculum Vitae. undated.
91 4 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - get well wishes. 1988.
91 5 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - obituaries. 1992.
91 6 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - oral histories. 1972-1980.
91 7 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - publicity. 1960-1979.
91 8 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - publicity. 1980-1992.
Box Folder
92 1 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - personal/biographical. 1960-1989.
92 2 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - programs and commitments. 1979.
92 3 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - public relations. 1963-1969.
92 4 Tanenbaum, Sadie. 1974-1977.
92 5 Task Force on the Future of the Jewish Community in America. September 1970.
92 6 Technical committee. 1971-1980.
92 7 Television. 1981-1986.
92 8 Templeton Prize. 1985.
92 9 Templeton Prize. 1988-1989.
92 10 Templeton Prize. 1991.
92 11 Ullman, Liv. 1981.
92 12 Weinstock, Gerard. 1978-1981.
Box Folder
93 1 White House Conference on Aging. 1960.
93 2 White House Conference on Aging. 1961.
93 3 White House Conference on Aging. 1977-1979.
93 4 White House Conference on Aging. March-September 1980.
93 5 White House Conference on Aging. October-December 1980.
93 6 White House Conference on Aging. January-June 1981.
Box Folder
94 1 White House Conference on Aging. July-December 1981.
94 2 White House Conference on Aging. undated.
94 3 White House Conference on Children and Youth. 1960.
94 4 Whithed, Marshall. 1982.
94 5 Wiesel, Elie - Nobel Peace Prize. 1986.
94 6 Women. 1977.
94 7 Women and the Holocaust. 1981.
94 8 Women's conference. 1984.
94 9 Youth. 1972.
Series F. General Chronological Files. 1960-1992.[11 Hollinger boxes]
Scope and Content Note: This series includes memos, correspondence, working papers, nearprint and miscellaneous materials all organized by date. Some of the materials were not originally in files, but were included in this series to give context. Most of the subject matter deals with AJC activities.
Arrangement Note: Chronological.
Box Folder
95 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. 1960-1967.
95 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. 1968.
95 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-June 1969.
95 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. July-December 1969.
95 5 General correspondence, memos & working papers. 1970.
95 6 General correspondence, memos & working papers. 1971.
Box Folder
96 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. 1972.
96 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. 1973.
96 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-June 1974.
96 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. July-December 1974.
96 5 General correspondence, memos & working papers. 1975.
96 6 General correspondence, memos & working papers. 1976.
96 7 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-September 1977.
Box Folder
97 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. October-December 1977.
97 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-May 1978.
97 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. June-December 1978.
97 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-September 1979.
97 5 General correspondence, memos & working papers. October-December 1979.
Box Folder
98 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-June 1980.
98 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. July-December 1980.
98 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-June 1981.
98 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. July-December 1981.
98 5 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-August 1982.
98 6 General correspondence, memos & working papers. September-December 1982.
Box Folder
99 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-June 1983.
99 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. July-December 1983.
99 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-May 1984.
99 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. June-August 1984.
Box Folder
100 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. September-October 1984.
100 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. November-December 1984.
100 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-February 1985.
100 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. March-April 1985.
Box Folder
101 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. May-June 1985.
101 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. July-September 1985.
101 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. October 1985.
101 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. November-December 1985.
Box Folder
102 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January 1986.
102 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. February-April 1986.
102 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. May-August 1986.
102 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. September-December 1986.
102 5 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-March 1987.
102 6 General correspondence, memos & working papers. April-August 1987.
102 7 General correspondence, memos & working papers. September-December 1987.
Box Folder
103 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-March 1988.
103 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. April-July 1988.
103 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. August-October 1988.
103 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. November-December 1988.
103 5 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-February 1989.
Box Folder
104 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. March-July 1989.
104 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. August-December 1989.
104 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-May 1990.
104 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. October-December 1990.
104 5 General correspondence, memos & working papers. June-September 1990.
Box Folder
105 1 General correspondence, memos & working papers. January-March 1991.
105 2 General correspondence, memos & working papers. April-June 1991.
105 3 General correspondence, memos & working papers. July-September 1991.
105 4 General correspondence, memos & working papers. October-December 1991.
105 5 General correspondence, memos & working papers. 1992.
Series G. Speaking Engagements. 1975-1992.
Scope and Content Note: Records in the series document the extent of Tanenbaum's activities as a lecturer and speaker throughout the United States and Canada at a wide variety of venues. Included are correspondence, travel plans and programs.
Box Folder
106 1 Ecumenical Institute on Religious Education: Ethics of Economics and Politics [Cincinnati, Ohio]. 16-21 June 1975.
106 2 Continental Action Assembly [Windsor, Ont.]. 24 June 1975.
106 3 WABC-TV Citation Luncheon [New York]. 30 September 1975.
106 4 Hofstra College [Hempstead, N.Y.]. 2 October 1975.
106 5 US Marine Corps Meeting [Quantico, Va.]. 5 October 1975.
106 6 Villanova Bicentennial Address [Villanova, Pa.]. 6 November 1975.
106 7 St. Joseph's College [Philadelphia, Pa.]. 13 November 1975.
106 8 American Jewish Committee [Oklahoma City, Okla.]. 25 November 1975.
106 9 Canadian Council of Christians and Jews [Halifax, N.S.]. 3 December 1975.
106 10 Dutchess Interfaith Council [Poughkeepsie, N.Y.]. 18 January 1976.
106 11 College of Notre Dame [Baltimore, Md.]. 20 January 1976.
106 12 Flatbush Jewish Center [Brooklyn, N.Y.]. 8 February 1976.
106 13 National Town Meeting [Washington, D.C.]. 18 February 1976.
106 14 Queens College [Flushing, N.Y.]. 26 February 1976.
106 15 Joint Institute of Adult Jewish Studies [North Bergen, N.J.]. 2 March 1976.
106 16 Volunteers of America [New York]. 10 March 1976.
106 17 Annual Congregational Weekend Institutes [Silver Springs, Md.]. 20 March 1976.
106 18 GESU Parish [Cleveland, Ohio]. 24 March 1976.
106 19 Marquette University [Milwaukee, Wisc.]. 28 March 1976.
106 20 Rabbinical Assembly [New York]. 28-30 March 1976.
106 21 Interreligious World Day of Prayer Observance [New York]. 5 April 1976.
106 22 US Army Chaplain Center [New York]. 5-9 April 1976 .
106 23 Food Day [Washington, D.C.]. 8 April 1976.
106 24 American Jewish Committee (Kellner) [Short Hills, N.J.]. 2 May 1976.
106 25 American Israel Public Affairs Committee [Washington, D.C.]. 3-4 May 1976.
106 26 Catholic Press Association [Washington, D.C.]. 4-7 May 1976.
106 27 Lafayette College [Easton, Pa.]. 6 June 1976.
106 28 College of Mt. St. Joseph [Cincinnati, Ohio]. 14-15 June 1976.
106 29 College of Mt. St. Joseph [Cincinnati, Ohio]. 20-24 June 1976.
106 30 College of Notre Dame [Baltimore, Md.]. 23 June 1976.
106 31 Department of Air Force [Denver, Colo.]. 24 June 1976.
106 32 Sisters of St. Joseph [Stevens Point, Wisc.]. 28 June 1976.
106 33 Chautauqua Institution [Chautauqua, N.Y.]. 7-8 July 1976.
106 34 College of New Rochelle [New Rochelle, N.Y.]. 20 September 1976.
106 35 First Friday Club [Cleveland, Ohio]. 30 September 1976.
106 36 Forum for Corporate Responsibility - Board of Directors [New York]. 7 October 1976.
106 37 National Conference of Catholic Bishops, "A Call to Action" [Detroit, Mich.]. 21-22 October 1976.
106 38 Joint Adult Education Council [Akron, Ohio]. 24 October 1976.
106 39 Indiana Catholic Education Institute [Indianapolis, Ind.]. 29 October 1976.
Box Folder
107 1 TV Bureau Advertising - Shoreham Americana Invocation [New York]. 9 November 1976.
107 2 Jewish Center Education Institute [Fairlawn, N.J.]. 18 November 1976.
107 3 Chizuk Amuno Congregation-Maurice Corson [Baltimore, Md.]. 28 November 1976.
107 4 Adath Israel Congregation [Toronto, Ont.]. 13 December 1976.
107 5 Archdiocese of Chicago [Chicago, Ill.]. 27 January 1977.
107 6 Shaare Tzedek Synagogue [Southfield, Mich.]. 2 February 1977.
107 7 Shelter Rock Jewish Center [Roslyn, N.Y.]. 4 February 1977.
107 8 Department of the Air Force [Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.]. 8 February 1977.
107 9 Suffolk Board of Rabbis [New York]. 13 February 1977.
107 10 Jewish Community Center [Utica, N.Y.]. 20 February 1977.
107 11 Temple Beth Abraham [North Bergen, N.J.]. 6 March 1977.
107 12 Religion in American Life [New York]. 8 March 1977.
107 13 Riverdale Temple [New York, N.Y.]. 13 March 1977.
107 14 Temple Israel [Silver Spring, Md.]. 20 March 1977.
107 15 United Jewish Communities - Federation Joint Campaign [New York]. 28 March 1977.
107 16 Catholic Interracial Council-Cooke Dinner Planning [New York]. 31 March 1977.
107 17 Spring Hill Avenue Temple [Mobile, Ala.]. 14-15 April 1977.
107 18 St. John's College [Collegeville, Minn.]. 26-28 April 1977.
107 19 Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue Graymoor Ecumenical Institute [Garrison, N.Y.]. 3-4 May 1977.
107 20 American Jewish Committee - Lehman Dinner [New York]. 4 May 1977.
107 21 Seminar on Christian-Jewish Understanding [Morristown, N.J.]. 18 May 1977.
107 22 Philadelphia Mayor's Prayer Breakfast [Philadelphia, Pa.]. 1 June 1977.
107 23 Hadassah-WIZO Public Affairs Seminar [Montre´al, Que´bec]. 15 June 1977.
107 24 Alex Parker - One Times Square [New York, N.Y.]. 27 June 1977.
107 25 National Conference of Christians and Jews-Fairfield University [Hartford, Conn.]. 29 September 1977.
107 26 American Jewish Committee and Air Force Academy [Los Angeles, Calif./Denver, Colo.]. 16-21 October 1977.
107 27 Sacred Heart University [Bridgeport, Conn.]. 17 November 1977.
107 28 Brandeis Institute [Santa Susana, Calif.]. 2-4 December 1977.
107 29 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council [Tucson, Ariz.]. 22-25 January 1978.
107 30 Jewish Welfare Board Chaplains Training Conference - Park Avenue Synagogue [New York, N.Y.]. 1 February 1978.
107 31 Temple Beth El - Rabbi Richard Hertz [Birmingham, Mich.]. 17 February 1978.
107 32 Air Force Chaplain School [Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.]. 9 March 1978.
107 33 Gordon College [Wenham, Mass.]. 16-17 March 1978.
107 34 Chaplains' Institute Air Force [Colorado Springs, Colo.]. 13 April 1978.
107 35 North Shore Congregation Israel [Glencoe, Ill.]. 25 April 1978.
107 36 Opher Celebration [Sarasota, Fla.]. 30 April 1978.
107 37 United States Air War College (Did Not Attend) [Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.]. 14-16 May 1978.
107 38 Philadelphia Board of Rabbis [Philadelphia, Pa.]. 19 June 1978.
107 39 Holiday Inn System Conference [Memphis, Tenn.]. 12 September 1978.
107 40 Baptist-Jewish Meeting [Richmond, Va.]. 25 September 1978.
107 41 Meetings [Albany, N.Y.]. October 1978.
107 42 Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds - American Jewish Committee and Marc H. Tanenbaum [California]. 10 November1978.
107 43 St. Mary's University of San Antonio [San Antonio, Tex.]. 19 November 1978.
107 44 Tulsa Jewish Community Council - Marc H. Tanenbaum Personal [Tulsa, Okla.]. 26 November 1978.
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108 1 American Values Institute (Cancelled) [Hopewell, N.J.]. January 1979.
108 2 National Prayer Breakfast [Fort Leavenworth, Kan.]. 13-14 February 1979.
108 3 American Jewish Committee Meeting [Sarasota, Fla.]. 28 February 1979.
108 4 Westminster Presbyterian Church [Upper St. Clair, Pa.]. 4-5 March 1979.
108 5 American Jewish Committee [Seattle, Wash.]. 21 March 1979.
108 6 Jewish Federation of North Jersey [Wayne, N.J.]. 30 April 1979.
108 7 Israel Bonds [Des Moines, Iowa]. 28 June 1979.
108 8 Wallace E. Johnson Prayer Breakfast - San Francisco and Leadership Development Group [California and Tennessee]. 10-11 September1979.
108 9 Marc H. Tanenbaum Engagements [New York and California]. September 1979.
108 10 Christian-Jewish Congress of South Carolina [South Carolina]. 11 October 1979.
108 11 US Army Chaplains [Louisville, Ky.]. 15-16 October 1979.
108 12 PBS Program (Cancelled) [San Antonio/El Paso, Tex.]. October 1979.
108 13 Jewish Education Council [Phoenix, Ariz.]. 19 November 1979.
108 14 American Values Institute [Mountainside, N.J.]. 1979.
108 15 Department of the Army [Fort Gordon, Ga.]. 22 January 1980.
108 16 Jewish National Fund Annual Dinner (Louis Engelberg) [Pittsburgh, Pa.]. 27 January 1980.
108 17 National Association of Broadcasters (Cambodians) [Las Vegas, Nev.]. 14 April 1980.
108 18 Alabama State University - Jewish World Lecture Series [Montgomery, Ala.]. 15 April 1980.
108 19 Johns Hopkins University [Baltimore, Md.]. 20 April 1980.
108 20 Camp Henry Jacobs - Macy Hart [Utica, Miss.]. 2-4 May 1980.
108 21 US Air Force Service at Washington National Cathedral [Washington, D.C.]. 4 May 1980.
108 22 New York Law School [New York, N.Y.]. 1 June 1980.
108 23 Brooklyn Hadassah Midwood Jewish Center [Brooklyn, N.Y.]. 2 June 1980.
108 24 Stanford University B.A. address [Palo Alto, Calif.]. 14-15 June 1980.
108 25 National Association of Jewish Legislators [Slingerlands, N.Y.]. 8 July 1980.
108 26 Yeshiva University [New York, N.Y.]. 14 July 1980.
108 27 Assumption College [Worcester, Mass.]. 17 August 1980.
108 28 Seminary Alumni Association [New Brunswick, N.J.]. 8 October 1980.
108 29 Lewis and Clark - 4th Annual Chamberlain Lecture [Portland, Ore.]. 20-21 October 1980.
108 30 University of Notre Dame - Dedication of Abrams Library [South Bend, Ind.]. 21 November 1980.
108 31 Marc H. Tanenbaum Personal [San Antonio, Tex.]. January 1980.
108 32 Department of the Army [Fort Riley, Kan.]. 5-6 February 1981.
108 33 B'nai B'rith [Washington, D.C.]. 9 February 1981.
108 34 Temple Beth El [Boca Raton, Fla.]. 14 February 1981.
108 35 University of Denver [Denver, Colo.]. 17 February 1981.
108 36 Council of Churches [Atlanta, Ga.]. February 1981.
108 37 United Jewish Appeal [East Orange, N.J.]. 15 March 1981.
108 38 Chapel of Four Chaplains [Philadelphia, Pa.]. 15 March 1981.
108 39 Maxwell Air Force Base [Maxwell AFB, Ala.]. 18 March 1981.
108 40 Temple Israel [Wilkes-Barre, Pa.]. 20-22 March 1981.
108 41 Hobart College [Geneva, N.Y.]. 27 March 1981.
108 42 American Society for Technion [New York]. 29 March 1981.
108 43 Ohio State University [Columbus, Ohio]. 12-13 April 1981.
108 44 Bet Am Shalom [White Plains, N.Y.]. 1 May 1981.
108 45 Philadelphia Board of Rabbis - Rabbi David Wolpe [Philadelphia, Pa.]. 4 May 1981.
108 46 Lewis and Clark College [Portland, Ore.]. 14 June 1981.
108 47 Brandeis-Bardin/Scholar in Residence [Brandeis, Calif.]. 2-12 August 1981.
108 48 Religious Liberty Conference - Washington/Baptist Joint Committee. 5-6 October 1981.
108 49 NBC-Management Conference - "American Values and Mass Media". 29 October - 11 November 1981.
108 50 Forest Hills Jewish Center [Forest Hills, N.Y.]. 2 November 1981.
108 51 Temple Israel-New Rochelle Scholar in Residence [New Rochelle, N.Y.]. 13-15 November 1981.
108 52 Canadian Jewish Congress [Montre´al, Que´bec]. 15-16 November 1981.
108 53 United Synagogue Convention [New York]. 19 November 1981.
108 54 Mizpah Congregation [Chattanooga, Tenn.]. 22 November 1981.
108 55 American Jewish Committee - Soviet Jewry meeting [Chicago, Ill.]. 23 November 1981.
108 56 American Jewish Committee - Bergen City plate Dinner [Cresskill, N.J.]. 1 December 1981.
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109 1 Elliott Whiteman Memorial Lecture [Windsor, Ont.]. 28 November 1982.
109 2 Good Friday Worship: Jewish Concerns-Christian Response [Southfield, Mich.]. 8 March 1983.
109 3 Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman Interfaith Memorial Seminar for Clergy and Lay Leaders [Saint Louis, Mo.]. 14 April 1983.
109 4 Jewish Week [Cedar City, Utah]. 12-16 November 1984.
109 5 Vatican II and the Jews [Loudonville, N.Y.]. 28 October 1985.
109 6 Chapel of Four Chaplains [Philadelphia, Pa.]. 11 February 1986.
109 7 Congregation B'nai Jacob [Woodbridge, Conn.]. 7-9 March 1986.
109 8 Palm Beach Synagogue - Scholar-in-Residence [Palm Beach, Fla.]. 23-25 January 1987.
109 9 Sutton Place Synagogue [New York, N.Y.]. 9 May 1987.
109 10 Pope John Paul II, The Jews and Israel: Reflections on Jewish-Catholic Reactions [New York, N.Y.]. 20 October 1987.
109 11 Miscellaneous speaking engagements. 1963-1964.
109 12 Miscellaneous speaking engagements. 1966-1968.
109 13 Miscellaneous speaking engagements. 1977-1979.
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110 1 Miscellaneous speaking engagements. 1980-1991.
110 2 Miscellaneous speaking engagements. 1981.
110 3 Miscellaneous speaking engagements. 1982-1985.
110 4 Miscellaneous speaking engagements. 1986-1989.
110 5 Miscellaneous speaking engagements. 1990-1992.
110 6 Miscellaneous speaking engagements. undated.
110 7 Miscellaneous speaking engagements [Various]. undated.
Series H. Media. 1960-1992.[4 Hollinger boxes, 111 compact discs, 39 videocassettes, 29 audiocassettes, 8 audioreels]
Arranged into four [4] subseries: Subseries 1: Photographs. 1960-1987; Subseries 2: Compact discs. 1961-1992; Subseries 3: Videocassettes. 1981-1992; Subseries 4: Audiocassettes and Audioreels. 1977-1992.
Subseries 1. Photographs. circa 1960-1990.
Scope and Content Note: Includes images of Marc H. Tanenbaum with various public figures including Billy Graham, Pope John Paul II, George H. W. Bush, Jesse Jackson and Jimmy Carter. There are also autographed photographs of Cardinals Bea, Cushing, Krol, Spellman and others.
Box Folder
111 1 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - portraits. undated.
111 2 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - interview on NBC Today Show. circa 1960s.
111 3 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Abraham J. Heschel and Augustin Bea [Cardinal]. 11 September 1964.
111 4 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - at American Jewish Committee Annual Meeting. January 1965.
111 5 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - at observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday. 15 January 1970.
111 6 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Jimmy Allen and Frank Reynolds at Conference on Evangelicals and Jews. February 1978.
111 7 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Elie Wiesel and Tip O'Neill. 15 February 1979.
111 8 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Jimmy Carter and religious leaders at Camp David. 10 July 1979.
111 9 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Richard Hertz. 1980.
111 10 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Liv Ullman. 14 May 1981.
111 11 Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Georgette Bennett wedding. 6 June 1982.
111 12 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - at World Council of Churches Sixth Assembly. 24 July - 10 August 1983.
111 13 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Ronald Reagan. 16 April 1985.
111 14 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - 60th birthday celebration with Baynard Rustin. October 1985.
111 15 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with George H.W. Bush in White House. 19 May 1987.
111 16 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Pope John Paul II. undated.
111 17 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Terence J. Cooke [Archbishop]. undated.
111 18 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Billy Graham. undated.
111 19 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Mario Cuomo. undated.
111 20 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Frank Rizzo. undated.
111 21 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Jerry Falwell. undated.
111 22 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Charles Percy. undated.
111 23 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Jesse Jackson. undated.
111 24 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - with Coretta Scott King and Rosalyn Carter. undated.
111 25 Tanenbaum, Marc H. at various events and activities [1]. undated.
111 26 Tanenbaum, Marc H. at various events and activities [2]. undated.
111 27 Tanenbaum, Marc H. at American Jewish Committee event. undated.
111 28 Banki, Judith. undated.
111 29 Bea, Augustin [Cardinal] - autographed. undated.
111 30 Ben-Gurion, David. undated.
111 31 Bush, George H.W. - autographed. 1972.
111 32 John Paul II [Pope]. undated.
111 33 Iakovos [Archbishop] - autographed. 28 February 1972.
111 34 O'Boyle [Cardinal]. undated.
111 35 Schuster, Zachariah. undated.
111 36 Jacobs, Robert S. undated.
111 37 Yegar, Moshe. undated.
111 38 Miscellaneous portraits [not Marc H. Tanenbaum]. undated.
111 39 Indochinese refugees. undated.
111 40 NBC "Holocaust". undated.
Box Folder
112 1 Cushing, Richard [Cardinal] - autographed. undated.
112 2 Ritter, Joseph [Cardinal]. undated.
112 3 Graham, Billy - autographed. undated.
112 4 Krol, John [Cardinal] - autographed. 2 March 1971.
112 5 Spellman, Francis [Cardinal] - autographed. undated.
112 6 Tanenbaum, Marc H. with unidentified clergy. undated.
112 7 Wright, John [Cardinal] - autographed. undated.
Subseries 2. Compact discs. 1961-1992.[111 compact discs]
Scope and Content Note: Materials in this series consist of audio recordings of a wide range of programs, meetings and speeches as well as interviews of Tanenbaum by news media on a wide range of current topics.
(CD-1019) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - WINS news conference, Easter and Passover. 14 April 1990.
(CD-1020) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - dictation fragment regarding Bernard Cardinal Law. undated.
(CD-1021) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - farewell to the American Jewish Committee. 30 October 1988.
(CD-1022) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - dictation mini-cassette. undated.
(CD-1023) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discusses Billy Graham with Q&A. circa 1981.
(CD-1024) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - introduces Billy Graham; Graham speech. circa 1982.
(CD-1025) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - introduces Billy Graham, Graham speaks to New York Board of Rabbis with Q&A. 29 April 1991.
(CD-1026) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - interviewed by Ed Kaplan. 13 December 1989.
(CD-1027) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - interviewed by Ed Kaplan. 13 December 1989.
(CD-1028) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - interviewed by Ed Kaplan. 13 December 1989.
(CD-1029) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - interviewed by Ed Kaplan. 10 January 1990.
(CD-1030) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - interviewed by Ed Kaplan. 10 January 1990.
(CD-1031) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - interviewed by Ed Kaplan. 10 January 1990.
(CD-1032) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - correspondence [dictated]. 1982-1985.
(CD-1033) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - correspondence [dictated]. 1985.
(CD-1034) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - eulogy for Sadie Tanenbaum. 2 March 1980.
(CD-1035) Tanenbaum, Sadie - sings Yiddish song, Russian song and recites poem. 10 October 1974.
(CD-1036) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - dictation. 1982.
(CD-1037) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Georgette Bennett - wedding. 6 June 1982.
(CD-1038) Tanenbaum, Marc H. speaks at service at St. Joan of Arc Church. 25 August 1985.
(CD-1039) Siger, Max interview [1]. 3 March 1980.
(CD-1040) Siger, Max interview [2]. 3 March 1980.
(CD-1041) Tanenbaum, Marc H. lecture at Itasca Seminar [1]. 1979.
(CD-1042) Tanenbaum, Marc H. lecture at Itasca Seminar [2]. 1979.
(CD-1043) Littell, Franklin - on Israel and Jewish-Christian dialogue. undated.
(CD-1044) Tanenbaum, Marc H. on Israel and Jewish-Christian Dialogue. undated.
(CD-1045) WINS radio commentaries. 1970-1987.
(CD-1046) WINS radio commentaries. 1988.
(CD-1047) WINS radio commentaries. 1988-1989.
(CD-1048) WINS radio commentaries. 1989-1990.
(CD-1049) WINS radio commentaries. 1990-1991.
(CD-1050) WINS radio commentaries. 1992.
(CD-1051) WINS radio commentaries. undated.
(CD-1052) WINS radio commentaries. undated.
[Duplicate of CD-1051.]
(CD-1053) Tanenbaum, Marc H. & others - Paris Forum on Antisemitism in Europe [1]. 20 March 1983.
(CD-1054) Tanenbaum, Marc H. & others - Paris Forum on Antisemitism in Europe [2]. 20 March 1983.
(CD-1055) Tanenbaum, Marc H. & others - Paris Forum on Antisemitism in Europe [3]. 20 March 1983.
(CD-1056) Tanenbaum, Marc H. & others - Paris Forum on Antisemitism in Europe [4]. 20 March 1983.
(CD-1057) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - 20th Anniversary of Vatican II--A Jewish Perspective [2]. 5 May 1986.
(CD-1058) Killeen Chair [1]. 19 March 1992.
(CD-1059) Killeen Chair [2]. 19 March 1992.
(CD-1060) Graham, Billy - address. 29 August 1991.
(CD-1061) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Billy Graham, Q&A. undated.
(CD-1062) American Jewish Committee - memorial for Marc H. Tanenbaum. 1992.
(CD-1063) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaks on intercultural harmony. 1 March 1992.
(CD-1064) AJC Interreligious Affairs Commission discussion [1]. 1979?.
(CD-1065) AJC Interreligious Affairs Commission discussion [2]. 1979?.
(CD-1066) Bagdikian session media conference. April 27 [undated].
(CD-1067) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Alois Mock - regarding Austria. undated.
(CD-1068) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Jesse Jackson at Queens College [1] noise reduced. 11 March 1987.
(CD-1069) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Jesse Jackson at Queens College [2] noise reduced. 11 March 1987.
(CD-1070) Pawlikowski, John - Jewish Braille Institute Lecture Series: The Vatican and the Jews [1]. 8 May 1991.
(CD-1071) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Jewish Braille Institute Lecture Series: The Vatican and the Jews [2]. 8 May 1991.
(CD-1072) Rustin, Bayard - Tribute 75th birthday. 18 March 1987.
(CD-1073) Rustin, Bayard - Memorial service. 1 October 1987.
(CD-1074) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaking at University of Judaism [1]. 8 May 1978.
(CD-1075) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaking at University of Judaism [2]. 8 May 1978.
(CD-1076) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaking about Pope John Paul II and the Jews [1]. 20 October 1987.
(CD-1077) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaking about Pope John Paul II and the Jews [2]. 20 October 1987.
(CD-1078) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaking about Pope John Paul II and the Jews [3]. 20 October 1987.
(CD-1079) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discusses Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger with reference to Jewish-Christian relations [short radio interview]. undated.
(CD-1080) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Jerry Falwell - 85th Rabbinical Assembly convention [1]. 1983.
(CD-1081) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Jerry Falwell - 85th Rabbinical Assembly convention [2]. 1983.
(CD-1082) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - address to Temple Beth El [Bloomfield Hills, Mich.]. undated.
(CD-1083) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - additional presentation to Temple Beth El [Bloomfield Hills, Mich.]. undated.
(CD-1084) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Dr. Mehedi discuss Israel/Palestine on "The Bob Grant Show" (WABC Radio). 24 February 1988.
(CD-1085) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - appearance on "The 700 Club". circa 1981.
(CD-1086) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - International Radio and Television Society Luncheon response to Elie Wiesel. 17 May 1978.
(CD-1087) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - International Council of Christians & Jews Interfaith Medallion Award, AJC Annual Meeting. 11 May 1988.
(CD-1088) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - reading and introducing speaker at Honor America Day, Washington D.C. 4 July 1979.
(CD-1089) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - 20th Anniversary of Vatican II - A Jewish Perspective, Rockhurst College. 5 May 1986.
(CD-1090) Tanenbaum, Marc H. & Georgette Bennett voice mail messages and misc. phone conversations. 1990-1991.
[Restricted]
(CD-1091) Tanenbaum, Marc H. & Meir Kahane - on "Sherrye Henry Show" (WBOR Radio). 19 August 1985.
(CD-1092) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaking at Washington National Cathederal commemoration of 25th anniversary of US Air Force. 4 May 1980.
(CD-1093) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - addresses 70th Annual Hadassah Convention regarding Jewish-Christian relations. 29 September 1984.
(CD-1094) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaks briefly regarding Moral Majority on Roland Smith WCBS program, "The Moral Majority". undated.
(CD-1095) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Holocaust conference, Kent State University. 22 April 1985.
(CD-1096) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Holocaust conference, Philadelphia [1]. 4 November 1981.
(CD-1097) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Holocaust conference, Philadelphia [2]. 4 November 1981.
(CD-1098) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - interview by Ed Kaplan. 10 November 1990.
(CD-1099) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - dictation of WINS radio scripts. 1983.
(CD-1100) Tanenbaum, Marc H. & Roy Lloyd - WINS News Conference Program. 12 September 1989.
(CD-1101) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discusses Austria and Kurt Waldheim on "Owen Spann Show" (ABC Talk Radio). 27 May 1986.
(CD-1102) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discusses the Holocaust on "The Last Word with Phil Donahue & Greg Jackson" (ABC News). 7 March 1983.
(CD-1103) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discusses linked beliefs of Christians and Jews on Dialogue Program #78. 8 April 1973.
(CD-1104) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - dictation from International Affairs Committee AJC. 15 December 1980.
(CD-1105) American Jewish Committee seminar-meeting [1]. 10 March 1980.
(CD-1106) American Jewish Committee seminar-meeting [2]. 10 March 1980.
(CD-1107) American Jewish Committee seminar-meeting [3]. 10 March 1980.
(CD-1108) American Jewish Committee seminar-meeting [4]. 10 March 1980.
(CD-1109) American Jewish Committee seminar-meeting [5]. 10 March 1980.
(CD-1110) American Jewish Committee seminar-meeting [6]. 10 March 1980.
(CD-1111) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discusses relationships between Christians and Jews on "Monitor" (NBC Radio). 10 November 1963.
(CD-1112) Bennett, Georgette - discusses AMD program. undated.
(CD-1113) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - interview by Ed Kaplan, Tape 57. 13 December 1989.
(CD-1114) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - report to 78th Meeting of AJC: Commission on International Relations. undated.
(CD-1115) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discusses new Middle East strategy. undated.
(CD-1116) Tanenbaum, Marc H. & Billy Graham - Tanenbaum presents AJC interreligious award to Graham. 28 October 1977.
(CD-1117) Jewish Braille Institute Memorial Concert for Brotherhood in memory of Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum and Bishop Francis Mugavero [1]. 1995.
(CD-1118) Jewish Braille Institute Memorial Concert for Brotherhood in memory of Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum and Bishop Francis Mugavero [2]. 1995.
(CD-1119) AJC Steering Committee, International Relations Department [1]. 2 November 1984.
(CD-1120) AJC Steering Committee, International Relations Department [2]. 2 November 1984.
(CD-1121) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discusses Jewish-Christian relations on "Religion in the News" (Paulist Communications). undated.
(CD-1122) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - introduces Stephen Humphreys and Fazlur Rahman. undated.
(CD-1123) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - WINS Commentary, "A Jewish View of New Year's Day". 4 January 1970.
(CD-1124) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - comments on CBS News (TV) Legacy of Pope Paul VI. 13 August 1978.
(CD-1125) Graham, Billy - phone message to Marc H. Tanenbaum & Georgette Bennett. 23 September 1991.
[Restricted]
(CD-1126) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - WLIB Interview regarding public and private schools. 23 April 1961.
(CD-1127) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - AJC dictation memoranda and letters. 1983.
(CD-1128) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discusses the movie "The Greatest Story Ever Told" on WCBS. undated.
(CD-1129) Phillips, Larry - on Nicaragua & reading memoranda from Marc H. Tanenbaum. undated.
Subseries 3. Videocassettes. 1981-1992. [39 videocassetes]
Scope and Content Note: Video recordings of programs and talks given by Tanenbaum, also media interviews on current topics.
(VT-293) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and others - "Christopher Closeup" panel discussion on "Faith Without Prejudice."1993.[Umatic videocassette]
(VT-296) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and others - "Echoes Without End: The Holocaust."undated.[Umatic videocassette]
(VT-297) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - "The Moral Majority: Threat or Challenge."1981.[Umatic videocassette]
(VT-854) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - unedited interview regarding world refugees, world hunger and other international topics. 29 August 1984.
(VT-855) AJC leaders react to Kurt Waldheim/Pope John Paul II Meeting. June 1987.
(VT-856) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaking at Nathan Turner memorial service. undated.
(VT-857) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and others - WNYW-TV, WCBS-TV, ABC News, Fox News discussion regarding peace in Middle East. 1983.
(VT-859) Kurt Waldheim meeting with Pope John Paul II, news clips. 25 June 1987.
(VT-860) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - 1. Interview [8/27/89] 2. "Making a Difference" 3. Tanenbaum Obituary [1992]. 1989-1992.
(VT-861) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - "NBC Today Show" regarding Middle East conflict and American Jewish community. 8 January 1988.
(VT-862) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - "CBS News Sunday Morning" regarding Israelis and Palestinians. 14 February 1988.
(VT-863) Jewish World Services regarding Armero, Columbia disaster. 1986.
(VT-864) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Fox News, Obituary. 3 July 1992.
(VT-865) Bennett, Georgette - reports on gay demonstrators protesting against film "Cruising". undated.
(VT-866) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - LTN Evening News segment on Bible and accuracy. 28 February 1990.
(VT-867) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaking at Bayard Rustin Memorial Service. 1 October 1987.
(VT-868) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - "The Holocaust: Lesson for a Pluralistic Society". 31 March 1982.
(VT-869) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - "Real to Reel" interview. 15 March 1987.
(VT-870) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - "The Jewish-Catholic Dialogue After Vatican II: Perspectives and Prospects". 19 March 1992.
(VT-871) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Directline Israel/USA discussion regarding Israeli elections. 2 October 1988.
(VT-872) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - "NBC Nightly News" regarding Kurt Waldheim's invitation to Vatican. 1987.
(VT-874) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Eyewitness News discussion with Hazel Dukes regarding Black-Jewish relations. 14 September 1988.
(VT-875) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - lecture and Q & A regarding Vatican, Jews and Israel. 8 November 1987.
(VT-876) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - lecture, "Can the Sickness of Antisemitism be Cured?". 25 April 1991.
(VT-877) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Channel 5 News, CBS, WNYN, CBS Morning News regarding Kurt Waldheim's visit to Vatican. 31 August 1987.
(VT-878) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speaking on various subjects at annual meeting of Stamford-Darien Council of Churches and Synagogues. 23 May 1991.
(VT-879) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - funeral service. 6 July 1992.
(VT-880) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - discussion of movie, "The Last Temptation of Christ". 21 May 1991.
(VT-881) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - ABC Special Report, "The Pope in America". 27 June 1990.
[Marc H. Tanenbaum only speaks for twenty seconds.]
(VT-883) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - various news casts regarding prayer in schools, hostage crisis, terrorism, etc. 1985-1989.
(VT-884) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - NBC Today Show, WNBC News regarding Kurt Waldheim's Vatican visit, David Dinkins' visit to Israel, etc. 1987-1991.
(VT-885) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Jesse Jackson discussion of Black-Jewish relations: Part l. 11 March 1987.
(VT-886) Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Jesse Jackson discussion of Black-Jewish relations: Part ll. 11 March 1987.
(VT-887) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - "The Holocaust: Lessons for a Pluralistic Society". 31 March 1981.[Umatic videocassette]
(VT-888) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Eye News conference. 22 August 1989.[Umatic videocassette]
(VT-889) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - "Luther and the Jews". undated.[Umatic videocassette]
Subseries 4. Audiocassettes and Audioreels. 1977-1992.[29 audiocassettes and 8 audioreels]
Scope and Content Note: This subseries includes correspondence, dictation tapes, as well as recordings of meetings, talks and award ceremonies. The full audio recording of Tanenbaum's funeral service [1992] is included in this subseries.
Box Case
113 1 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - dictation. undated.
113 2 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Evensong. undated.
113 3 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - AJC closing plenary. undated.
113 4 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - American Liberties Medallion Award to Sol Linowitz. [undated].
113 5 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Erny Tannen tribute. 16 March 1988.
113 6 Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Jimmy Allen - "The Legitimate Limits of Evangelism and Religious Liberty". undated.
113 7 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - AJC [Atlanta, Ga.] - Billy Graham. 28 October 1977.
113 8 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - AJC - Egyptian ambassador on Arab-Jewish relations. 10 March 1980.
113 9 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - WINS radio commentary regarding AJC delegation to Austria following Kurt Waldheim's election. 14 September 1986.
113 10 Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Stephen Humphreys - meetings with Pope John Paul II and Helmut Schmidt. 9 April 1979.
113 11 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - dictation. undated.
113 12 Woman lecturing in German. undated.
113 13 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - various collected speeches. undated.
113 14 Tanenbaum, Marc H. and Reverend J. [very poor sound quality]. October 1987.
113 15 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - dictation. undated.
113 16 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - AJC meeting. undated.
113 17 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - dictation. undated.
113 18 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - Owen Spann talk show regarding Kurt Waldheim. 27 May 1987.
Box Case
114 1 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - collected radio commentaries and dictation. December 1983.
114 2 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - speech in honor of Raoul Wallenberg. 22 April 1985.
114 3 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - regarding Leonard Yaseen's book, The Jesus Connection.undated.
114 4 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - New York Board of Rabbis Award [mini tape]. 29 April 1992.
114 5 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - New York Board of Rabbis Award. 29 April 1992.
114 6 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - funeral service, Park Avenue Synagogue [1]. 6 July 1992.
114 7 Tanenbaum, Marc H. - funeral service, Park Avenue Synagogue [2]. 6 July 1992.
(C-1539) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - statement approving Billy Graham's denunciation of Christian proselytizing of Jews. 1973.
(C-3145) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous speeches and symposia on interfaith relations and the Arab-Israeli conflict. 1974-1980, undated.
(C-3146) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous speeches and symposia on interfaith relations and the Arab-Israeli conflict. 1974-1980, undated.
(C-3147) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous speeches and symposia on interfaith relations and the Arab-Israeli conflict. 1974-1980, undated.
(C-3148) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous speeches and symposia on interfaith relations and the Arab-Israeli conflict. 1974-1980, undated.
(TR-1150) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - talk at HUC-JIR. 15 April 1981.
(TR-1554) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous interviews, speeches, and symposia. undated.
(TR-1555) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous interviews, speeches, and symposia. undated.
(TR-1556) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous interviews, speeches, and symposia. undated.
(TR-1557) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous interviews, speeches, and symposia. undated.
(TR-1558) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous interviews, speeches, and symposia. undated.
(TR-1559) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous interviews, speeches, and symposia. undated.
(TR-1560) Tanenbaum, Marc H. - miscellaneous interviews, speeches, and symposia. undated.

Search Terms

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

Persons and Families

Bea, Augustin, 1881-1968
Bennett, Georgette
Graham, Billy, 1918-
Heschel, Abraham Joshua, 1907-1972
Jackson, Jesse, 1941-
John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
Moon, Sun Myung
Paul VI, Pope, 1897-1978
Soloveitchik, Joseph Dov
Tanenbaum, Marc H., 1925-1992
Waldheim, Kurt

Institutions

American Jewish Committee
International Jewish Committee for Interreligious Consultations
International Rescue Committee
National Conference on Race and Religion
National Interreligious Task Force on Soviet Jewry (U.S.)
Synagogue Council of America
Vatican Council (2nd : 1962-1965)

Subjects

Apartheid -- South Africa
Cults
Evangelicalism
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Jews -- Soviet Union
Judaism -- Relations -- African Americans
Judaism -- Relations -- Catholic Church
Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity
Judaism and social problems
Oberammergau Passion Play
Refugees -- Indochina
Religions -- Relations

Places

Israel -- Foreign relations -- United States -- Public opinion
Middle East -- Relations

Genres and Forms

Audiocassettes
Compact discs
Manuscripts
Photographs
Typescripts
Videocassettes

Occupations

Rabbis