TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement Note

Conditions of Access and Use

Administrative Information

Search Terms

Box and Folder Listing

Series A. World War II/Displaced Persons Camps.

Series B. Correspondence.

Series C. Zionism/Founding of the State of Israel.

Series D. Rabbinical Career.

Series E. Life in Israel.

Series F. Jerusalem Academy.

Series G. United Jewish Appeal.

Series H. Wexner Heritage Foundation.

Series I. Audio-Visual Materials.

A Finding Aid to the Herbert A. Friedman Papers. 1940-2005.

Manuscript Collection No. 763


Introduction

Repository: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
Creator: Friedman, Herbert A., 1918-2008.
Title: Herbert A. Friedman Papers
Dates: 1940-2005
Quantity: 49 linear feet (49 record cartons)
Abstract: Papers consist of correspondence, photographs, World War II records, transcripts of speeches, news clippings, personal notes, organizational documents, rabbinical records, and audio-visual recordings.
Collection Number: MS-763
Language: Collection material in English.

Biographical Sketch

Herbert A. Friedman recalled in his 1998 autobiography, "I smuggled weapons to Palestine, before Israel was born, thus breaking U. S. arms-embargo laws; led convoys of refugees across hostile European borders to freedom; 'liberated' crates of medieval religious documents from U. S. Army custody in Germany and transferred them to a professor in Jerusalem; and committed similar, illegal or borderline-legal acts long forgotten." As he admitted, "Those are... rather startling admissions for a rabbi." But such was his commitment to the welfare and security of the yet constituted state of Israel and Jewish peoples throughout the Diaspora.

Born in 1918 to Latvian and Lithuanian parents in New Haven, Connecticut, Herbert Friedman demonstrated this life-long commitment beginning with his earliest days in rabbinical school. After graduating from Yale University in 1938, Friedman studied under the esteemed Zionist leader, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, at the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City. With Wise as the school's President and Henry Slonimsky as Dean, Friedman gained two trusted mentors to guide and nurture his spiritual and intellectual growth as a young rabbi.

Buoyed by the confidence his mentors instilled in him, Friedman accepted the rabbinate at Denver's Temple Emanuel in late 1943. After serving the required year in the pulpit, Friedman applied and was accepted into the United States Army's Chaplaincy Corps. With the war in Europe winding down, Lt. Friedman was assigned the task of rescuing Jewish refugees in Southern Bavaria. Working in collaboration with Jewish welfare groups like the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency for Palestine, Friedman saw to it that the Displaced Persons (DPs) under his care were provided medical attention, food, shelter, clothing, and spiritual solace in U. S. Army DP camps. Indeed, he proved so adept at this charge that he was secretly recruited by David Ben-Gurion to help Haganah (the nucleus of what became the Israeli Army and resisters to the British Mandate over Palestine) in its efforts to illegally transport refugees from Europe to Palestine, in what came to be known as the Aliyah Bet.

Friedman eventually reached the rank of Captain, working under General Lucius Clay, Commander of U. S. Forces in the European Theater. Captain Friedman was disciplined and decommissioned (but given an honorable discharge) following a 1947 incident deemed "unbecoming of an officer." Friedman, at the behest of the famed Biblical scholar Gershom Scholem, helped smuggle thousands of one-of-a-kind medieval religious manuscripts, captured by the Nazis, from U. S. Army custody to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. General Clay disciplined Friedman by decommissioning him, although he was sympathetic to the young Captain's motivation.

Upon his return to the United States, Friedman was recruited by former Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Morgenthau, to conduct a speaking tour on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal, lecturing on the plight of Jewish refugees in Europe. Shortly thereafter, Friedman returned to his congregation in Denver. It would not be long before Haganah came calling once again. Teddy Kollek, the commander of the secretive organization in the United States, enlisted Friedman's help in obtaining and then transporting arms and munitions to the struggling Jewish enclave in Palestine. With the declaration of the state of Israel in 1948, Friedman returned his main focus to his congregants, but he never turned a deaf ear to the needs of struggling Jews throughout the Diaspora.

In 1952, he accepted the rabbinate at Temple Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun in Milwaukee where he moved with his wife of eleven years, Elaine, and their children, Joan, Judy and Dan. His tenure in Milwaukee was short lived. In 1955 he accepted the position of Executive Vice Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal (UJA). Serving in this capacity until 1971, Friedman was instrumental in increasing annual fundraising totals for the UJA from $50 million to $450 million. He accomplished this stunning increase in revenue by developing a number of innovative fundraising techniques, including taking potential donors on "Mission Trips" to Israel, establishing a "rating" system to gauge possible donations based on the amount given the year before, creating the 1967 "Emergency Fund for Israel" following the Six Day War, and establishing the Bonds for Israel Campaign. Friedman was also concerned with developing the next generation of leadership to take up the cause of Jewish welfare and security. To that end, he created the UJA's Young Leadership Cabinet.

In 1971, Friedman fulfilled a life-long dream and made Aliyah by settling in Israel with his second wife, Francine, and their two sons, David and Charles. While there, Friedman remained an in-demand speaker on behalf of Jewish charities, including the UJA. He taught courses at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Jerusalem. He continued to host visitors from the United States, both at his apartment in Jerusalem, and his villa in nearby Caesarea. In the mid-1970s, Rabbi Friedman attempted to establish a private academy for promising high school-aged students from both Israel and the Diaspora. By 1982, citing personal fatigue and insufficient funds, he abandoned his dream of building the Jerusalem Academy. He later called this failing effort the greatest disappointment of his career.

Herbert Friedman first met Leslie Wexner, chairman of Limited Brands in 1983, after being introduced by mutual friend Gordon Zacks. Friedman and Wexner soon formed a close bond, and in 1984 the two founded the Wexner Heritage Foundation. The organization quickly began fostering young Jewish leadership dedicated to the preservation of the state of Israel and Jewish identity into the 21st century. The programs and workshops conducted by the Foundation have been a growing success. Today the organization has expanded from Columbus, Ohio to New York, Boston, and Jerusalem. Over 1,500 Jewish leaders from thirty-plus cities have participated in its programs.

In 1998, Friedman published his memoir, Roots of the Future. At age 89, on 31 March 2008, Herbert A. Friedman died at his Manhattan home.


Scope and Content Note

The Herbert A. Friedman Papers document the life of a rabbi, educator, Zionist, noted speaker and philanthropist. The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, World War II records, transcripts of speeches, news clippings, personal notes, organizational documents, and audio-visual recordings. The various materials in this collection, spanning the years 1940 to 2005, reflect Friedman's life-long commitment to the safety and welfare of the Jewish people and the State of Israel. Rabbi Friedman not only preached this philosophy to anyone who would listen, he also put these principles into practice throughout his long and storied career. This phenomenon is evidenced by his work as a World War II Chaplain, charged with relieving the plight of Jewish refugees in Europe; his early Zionist activities; his service as Executive Vice Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal; his life in Israel; and his work to preserve Jewish identity through the Wexner Heritage Foundation.


Arrangement Note

This collection is arranged in nine (9) series:

  • Series A. World War II/Dislaced persons camps.
  • Series B. Correspondence.
  • Series C. Zionism. Founding of the state of Israel.
  • Series D. Rabbinical Career.
  • Series E. Life in Israel.
  • Series F. Jerusalem Academy.
  • Series G. United Jewish Appeal.
  • Series H. Wexner Heritage Foundation.
  • Series I. Audio-Visual Recordings.

Conditions of Access and Use

Terms of Access and Use

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

Property and Literary Rights

Herbert A. Friedman, by the act of donating the Herbert A. Friedman Papers to the American Jewish Archives, assigned all property rights to the American Jewish Archives. Literary rights are retained by Herbert A. Friedman and his heirs. Literary rights may also be retained by specific creators of materials.

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


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

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

[Description], [Date], Box #, Folder #. MS-763. Herbert A. Friedman Papers. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Provenance

The Herbert A. Friedman Papers were received from Herbert A. Friedman, New York, N.Y., in 2006.

Processing Information

Processed by American Jewish Archives staff.


Box and Folder Listing

Series A. World War II/Displaced Persons Camps.[1 record carton]
Scope and Content Note: Series A consists of documents and photographs that pertain to Friedman's service in World War II (1945-1946). Particularly significant are a number of pieces, including photos and monthly chaplain's reports, that document the first Seder celebration in Berlin, in 1945, since Hitler's rise to power twelve years earlier. Series A also contains an interview conducted in the 1970s with Friedman about his experiences in World War II. Finally, there is information on a Displaced Persons (DP) Camp at Landsberg, Germany, for Jewish refugees.
Arrangement Note: The materials are arranged in chronological order beginning with his service records.
Box Folder
1 1 Bernstein, Philip. Tribute by Herbert A. Friedman. 1967.
1 2 Berlin, Germany. undated
1 3 Camp Blanding letters, negatives, and photos. Rosh Hashanah. St. Augustine, Fla. 1945.
1 4 Displaced Persons camps. 1944-1948.
1 5 Displaced Persons camps. Photographs. 1946-1947
1 6 Displaced Persons. Publications. 1946-1950.
1 7 Frankfurt and Berlin, Germany. Photographs. 1946-1947.
1 8 Frankfurt and Berlin, Germany. Photographs.1946-1947.
1 9 Friedman, Herbert A. American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee interview. 1984.
1 10 Friedman, Herbert A. Photographs and negatives in front of Temple Emanuel (Denver, Colo.) just before entering service. 1945.
1 11 Jewish War Veterans of the United States and Palestine. 1948-1950.
1 12 Landsberg Displaced Persons camp memorial. 1982-1989.
1 13 Monthly Chaplain reports. 1945-1946.
1 14 Service records. 1944-1947.
1 15 Service records. 1946-1987.
1 16 World War II. Correspondence. 1945-1947.
1 17 World War II. Photographs. undated
1 18 World War II. Photographs. undated
Series B. Correspondence.[1 record carton]
Scope and Content Note: Series B contains various correspondence written to or from Friedman throughout his life. Please note that not all of the collection's correspondence is contained in this series. There are files for individuals, organizations, and subjects. Documents in this series were kept in their original context with their original file headings (for example, any correspondence written while head of the United Jewish Appeal was kept with the United Jewish Appeal files). Of note are letters from or to Philip Bernstein, Charles Brannan, David L. Wolper, Hubert Humphrey, Henry Slonimsky, Stephen S. Wise, Jacob Rader Marcus and David Ben-Gurion.
Arrangement Note: The materials are arranged filed alphabetically according to the last name of the individual corresponding with Friedman.
Box Folder
2 1 Alexandroni, Shimon. 1973-1974.
2 2 American Jewish Archives. 1972.
2 3 Letters of Appreciation. 1952-1955.
2 4 Beigun, Dov. 1975.
2 5 Ben-Gurion, David. 1963.
2 6 Bernstein, Philip. 1947-1953.
2 7 Bernstein, Philip. 1964-1965.
2 8 Bernstein, Philip. 1973-1976.
2 9 Brannan, Charles. 1949-1951.
2 10 City Wide Petroleum. 1973-1974.
2 11 Connell, William. Proposed film on Golda Meir. 1971.
2 12 Curtiss Industries. 1964.
2 13 Entebbe Mission. 1976.
2 14 Friedman, Herbert A. Congratulatory letters (Personal). 1952.
2 15 Friedman, Herbert A. Congratulatory letters (Personal).1954-1955.
2 16 Friedman, Herbert A. Pre-United Jewish Appeal. 1955.
2 17 Goldring, E. Peter. 1975.
2 18 Humphrey, Hubert H. 1966-1972.
2 19 Levy, Robert. 1943-1944.
2 20 November, Neil. 1974-1975.
2 21 Reservations. Israel trip.1972-1973.
2 22 Rosenblatt-Yamit, Liane. 1976-1977.
2 23 Sabra Books. 1971-1972.
2 24 Schwartzberg family. 1972-1973.
2 25 Skirball, Jack. 1976.
2 26 Slonimsky, Henry. 1942-1970.
2 27 Spiegel, Shalom. 1943-1947.
2 28 Sweet, Arnold N. 1974.
2 29 Vinitsky, Chaim. 1962-1972.
2 30 Voss, Carl. 1944-1987.
2 31 Voss, Carl. 1980-1991.
2 32 Wise, Stephen S. 1943-1949.
2 33 Wise, Stephen S. 1943-1948.
2 34 Wise, Stephen S. Miscellaneous Material. 1949-1954.
2 35 Zacks, Gordon. 1977.
Series C. Zionism/Founding of the State of Israel.[3 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series C contains a number of materials related to Friedman's early Zionist activities spanning roughly the years 1940 to 1950. Friedman's commitment to Zionism stemmed from his earliest days in rabbinical school at New York City's Jewish Institute of Religion under the tutelage of Stephen S. Wise. Friedman was also recruited by David Ben-Gurion to help Haganah (the nucleus of the Israeli Army and resisters to the British Mandate over Palestine) in its efforts across Europe immediately following World War II. This series contains a number of Zionist publications of organizations with whom Friedman was involved. There is also correspondence with Abba Eban, Teddy Kollek, and Rudolf Sonneborn regarding the founding of the State of Israel. Finally, there is some information regarding Friedman's involvement with Haganah, however, it is limited given the secretive nature of the group's operations.
Arrangement Note: The materials are arranged based on the original order in which they were received, and using their original folder headings, so as not to hinder any contextual evidence.
Box Folder
3 1 American Christian Palestine Committee. 1954.
3 2 American Council for Judaism. 1945-1950.
3 3 American Council for Judaism. 1949-1953.
3 4 American Council for Judaism. 1951-1952.
3 5 American Council for Judaism. 1952-1955.
3 6 American Council for Judaism. Henry A. Byroade speech. 1954.
3 7 American Friends of the Middle East. 1953-1954.
3 8 American Israel Society. 1954.
3 9 American Jewish Conference. 1943-1948.
3 10 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Guide to Overseas Operations and other publications. 1947-1951.
3 11 American Zionist Council. 1953-1955.
3 12 American Zionist Emergency Council. 1947-1948.
Box Folder
4 1 American Zionist Emergency Council. 1947-1949.
4 2 American Zionist Emergency Council. 1949-1950.
4 3 Avukah Discussions. n.d.
4 4 Committee for Progressive Zionism. 1948-1949.
4 5 Haganah. 1947-1949.
4 6 Israel. 1948-1952.
4 7 Israel and Arabs. 1953-1955.
4 8 Israel. Information. 1951-1952.
4 9 Israel materials. 1948-1950.
4 10 Israel. Official documents. 1953-1954.
4 11 Israel Proclamations. 1948-1949.
4 12 Jerusalem Conference. Establishment of Israel Bonds. 1950.
4 13 Jerusalem Conference.October-Novemenber 1953.
Box Folder
5 1 Jewish Agency for Palestine. 1947-1957.
5 2 Jews in Muslim Countries. 1948.
5 3 Jews in Post-war Settlement. Zionist publications. 1942-1943.
5 4 Niehbur, Reinhold. Saturday Evening Post article. February 1942.
5 5 Palestine. Pre-1948. 1946-1947.
5 6 Palestine. Background on UN Decision. 1947.
5 7 Palestine. Exodus 1947 affair. 1947.
5 8 Palestine. Harold Jaffer. 1947-1948.
5 9 Palestine. Politics. 1947-1948.
5 10 Palestine. Publicaton of the American Zionist Council. 1949-1950.
5 11 Palestine. Terrorism. 1947.
5 12 Palestine. UNSCOP. 1947.
5 13 Palestine. War of Independence. 1949.
5 14 Palestine warfare. 1948.
5 15 Palestine. White Paper. 1944.
5 16 United Jewish Appeal Report. 1940-1952.
5 17 White Paper. Colorado Congressmen. 1944-1948.
5 18 Wise, Stephen S. American Zionist Emergency Council. 1944.
5 19 Wise, Stephen S. Eulogy by Philip Bernstein. May 1949
5 20 Zionism. 1943-1951
5 21 Zionism and American Jews. 1947-1948
Series D. Rabbinical Career.[6 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series D pertains to Friedman's rabbinical career (1944-1955). The series contains notes from Friedman's studies at the Jewish Institute of Religion. It also contains various sermons and speeches given by Friedman during his time in Denver (1944-1952) and Milwaukee (1952-1955). In addition, several photos and news clippings highlight Rabbis Friedman's work with his congregations.
Arrangement Note: The materials are arranged based on the original order in which they were received,and using their original folder headings, so as not to hinder any contextual evidence.
Box Folder
6 1 Pirkei Avot.
6 2 Jewish History. Guido Kisch.
6 3 Slonimsky, Henry. Speeches. 1941-1989.
6 4 Slonimsky, Henry. Notes. 1941-1988.
6 5 Slonimsky, Henry. Notes. 1941-1943.
6 6 Slonimsky, Henry. Notes. 1941-1943.
6 7 Slonimsky, Henry. Notes. 1942.
6 8 Slonimsky, Henry. Notes. 1942-1943.
6 9 Slonimsky, Henry. Notes. 1942-1943.
6 10 Slonimsky, Henry. Notes. 1943.
6 11 Slonimsky, Henry. Notes. 1943.
6 12 Biblical Vocabulary.
6 13 Bible Seminar: Amos, Hosea, Genesis, Job. 1942.
6 14 Biblical History. Jacob R. Marcus. 1941.
6 15 History. Max Margolis and Marx.
6 16 Notes on the Book of Job.
6 17 Mishna Sanhedrin.
6 18 Social Service. Practical Rabbinics. Goldstein. 1930-1943.
6 19 Spinoza, Baruch. 1945-1954.
6 20 Talmud. Chaim Tchernowitz.
6 21 Isaiah. Spiegel.
6 22 Hebrew. Elementary Grammar. Marcus and Davidson.
6 23 Hebrew Poetry. Spiegel.
6 24 Albright, William Foxwell lecture at Jewish Institute of Religion. "Canaan and Israel". February 1942.
6 25 Ahad Ha'am. Spiegel. 1942.
6 26 Government Courses. College Major (Yale University). International Relations. 1937-1938.
6 27 Government Courses. College Major (Yale University). International Relations. 1937-1938.
6 28 English: Colonial Literature of the 18th Century. 1938.
6 29 Early speeches. 1935-1937.
Box Folder
7 1 American Jewish Tercentenary. 1954.
7 2 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Biennial Conference. 1953.
7 3 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Biennial Conference. 1955.
7 4 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Congregation Beth Israel (Houston, Tex.) 1943-1944.
7 5 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Move from Cincinnati to New York City. 1948-1953.
7 6 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 1950-1951.
7 7 McCarthy, Joseph. 1952-1954.
7 8 McCarran Act. 1953.
7 9 Menorah Journal. 1954.
7 10 Minhag America. 1949-1950.
7 11 Christmas and Chanukah. 1949-1953.
7 12 Central Conference of American Rabbis. Papers on Israel. 1950-1951.
7 13 American-Soviet Friendship. 1945-1948.
7 14 Partition of Palestine. December 1947.
7 15 Various Articles and Lectures. May 1941-May 1943.
7 16 Sermon: The Chosen People in 1943. 23 April 1943.
7 17 Rosh Hashanah Eve. September 1944.
7 18 "Hitler Still Walks in Germany" and "The Pope and Jerusalem." Sermons. June and November 1949.
7 19 Yom Kippur sermon. 1947.
7 20 Wise, Stephen. 70th Birthday. March 1944.
7 21 Notes for Memorial service and eulogy of Stephen S. Wise. 1949.
7 22 Founder's Day address. Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.10 March 1993.
7 23 Wise Attached. 1981-1989.
7 24 Master's Thesis. God, Israel, and Torah.
7 25 Notes for Thesis.
Box Folder
8 1 Lectures on Great Living Religions.
8 2 Friday night sermons. 1948.
8 3 Rosh Hashanah sermon. 1947.
8 4 Friday evening sermons. September 1947-June 1948.
8 5 Liberalism and the 1944 Election. 1944.
8 6 Sunday Soldier Sermons. 1944-1945.
8 7 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Merger Plan. Nelson Glueck's Plan and Defense. 1953-1957.
8 8 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Merger Plan. Resolutions vs. Plan. 1953.
8 9 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Merger Plan. Louis Newman. 1951-1954.
8 10 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Merger Plan. Miscellaneous. 1953-1956.
8 11 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Merger Plan. Morton Berman. 1953.
8 12 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Merger Plan. Barnett Brickner Memo. 1952-1953.
8 13 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Merger Plan. Central Conference of American Rabbis Paper. 1953.
8 14 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Merger Plan. Responses to CCAR Letter. 1953.
8 15 Adult Institute.
8 16 Milwaukee, Wis. Photos and Newsclippings. 1952-1955.
8 17 Central Conference of American Rabbis Article. 1954.
8 18 World Memorial. Paris. 1953.
8 19 Warsaw Ghetto Fight. 1943-1955.
8 20 Eisendrath, Maurice N. 1951.
8 21 Denver Munitions Mob. 1948.
Box Folder
9 1 Sermon, "Who is a Good Jew?". 20 May 1955.
9 2 Sermon, "Role of Religion in the World Today". 13 May 1955.
9 3 High Holiday Sermons. 1959.
9 4 Friday Evening Sermons. 1943-1944.
9 5 Rosh Hashanah Sermon. 1948.
9 6 Yom Kippur Sermon. 1948.
9 7 Speech for Methodist Ministers Meeting. 11 April 1949.
9 8 Friday night sermons. January-December 1949.
9 9 Four Portraits of Jewish Genius. January 1949.
9 10 High Holy Sermons. 1949.
9 11 Friday night sermons. January-December 1950.
9 12 Sermonic Materials. 1950-1951.
9 13 The Greatest Men Who Ever Lived. February 1950.
9 14 High Holiday Sermon Material. 1950.
9 15 Friday night sermons. January-December 1951.
9 16 The Gathering Clouds of War. February 1951.
9 17 Why are the Assimilationists Wrong?. 4 May 1951.
9 18 High Holiday Sermon Material. 1951.
9 19 High Holiday Sermons. 1944.
9 20 Sermon on Emergency Refugee Shelter. 14 October 1944.
9 21 High Holiday Radio Broadcast. August 1944.
9 22 High Holiday Sermons. 1942.
9 23 Saturday Sermons for Children. 1943-1944.
9 24 Sermon, "Can Religion Banish Pain". April 1943.
9 25 Sermon, "Three Kinds of Intermarriage". 10 June 1943.
9 26 High Holiday Sermons. 1943.
9 27 Sermon Topics. 1944.
9 28 Lectures on "Three Classical Periods in Jewish Literature". March 1944.
9 29 Friday Evening Sermons. May 1944-April 1945.
9 30 Friday night sermons. 1952.
Box Folder
10 1 Sermon on Christian-Jewish Relations. 1942-1944.
10 2 Sermon, "The Eternal Cycle of Jewish Education".
10 3 Federal Council Sermons. 1945.
10 4 The Life and Times of Moses Mendelssohn. 1955.
10 5 Sermon, "Religion and World Peace".
10 6 Sermon, "Spiritual Reconversion".
10 7 Lecture, "What is Reform?".
10 8 Lecture on Moses.
10 9 Three Final Sermons in Denver. 1952.
10 10 Election Sermon, "Which Way America". 31 October 1952.
10 11 Sukkos Sermon, "We Dwell but Briefly on Earth". 10 October 1952.
10 12 Sermon for Sabbath of Repentance. 1952.
10 13 Yom Kippur Sermon. 1952.
10 14 Rosh Hashanah Sermon Material. 1952.
10 15 Thoughts on My Denver Ministry (Incomplete).
10 16 Friday night sermons. 1953.
10 17 Friday night sermons. January-June 1953.
10 18 Sermon, "Report on the Jews in French Morocco". 13 November 1953.
10 19 Recommendations to Denver. 1943.
10 20 Denver Installation Response. October 1943.
10 21 The Sabbath Pulpit. Temple Bulletin. 1943-1945.
10 22 Friday Night Forums. 1939.
10 23 Mens' Club Forums. 1944-1945.
10 24 Congregation Emanuel. (Denver, Colo.) Developments While Overseas. 1946-1947.
10 25 Outside Engagements. Denver. 1947.
10 26 Annual Report. Denver. 1948.
10 27 Outside Engagements. Denver. 1948.
10 28 Outside Engagements. Denver. 1949.
10 29 Outside Engagements. Denver. 1950.
10 30 Outside Engagements. Denver. 1951.
10 31 Shwayder, Maurice B. Summer Camp. Denver. 1950.
10 32 Radio Programs. 1947-1951.
10 33 Outside Engagements. Milwaukee. 1952-1955.
10 34 Sukkos Service. 2 October 1953.
10 35 Selichos. 1954.
10 36 Rosh Hashanah messages. 1954.
10 37 Sukkos Service. 11 October 1954.
10 38 The Temple Bulletin. September 1954-May 1955.
10 39 Worship Experiments. November 1951.
10 40 Special Services. Denver. 1943-1945.
Box Folder
11 1 Sermons and Articles. 1915-1950.
11 2 Notes for Sermons. 1943.
11 3 Miscellaneous High Holiday Sermon Materials. 1942-1961.
11 4 Sermons on "The Faces of God". February 1953.
11 5 Sermon, "Guilt and Sin". 11 September 1953.
11 6 Sermon, "Playing with Strange Fires." Rosh Hashanah. 1953.
11 7 A Kingdom of Priests and a Holy People. 1953.
11 8 Sermon, "Until Fear Be No More." Rosh Hashanah Eve. 1953.
11 9 Sermon, "Are Ye Not All Children of Mine?" Yom Kippur. 1953.
11 10 Overseas Sermon on Germany. 20 November 1953.
11 11 Overseas Sermon on Israel. 27 November 1953.
11 12 Friday Night Sermons. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. January-May 1954.
11 13 Sermon, "What is the Story Behind the Condemnation of the American Council for Judaism?"
11 14 Good Sermon Ideas. May 1954.
11 15 Sermon, "Future of Jewish Life in America." Rosh Hashanah. 1954.
11 16 Sermon, "Judaism. The Hope of the World." Yom Kippur. 1954.
11 17 High Holiday Children's Service. 1954.
11 18 Sermon, "The Shofar Tones Still Linger". 8 October 1954.
11 19 Sermon, "The Torah Encircles the Congregation". 15 October 1954.
11 20 Sermon, "Why Was Spinoza Excommunicated?". 23 October 1954.
11 21 Sermon, "Should the Clergyman Stay Out of Politics?". 29 October 1954.
11 22 Sermon, "Maimonides. 750th Yahrzeit". 5 November 1954.
11 23 Sermon, "Was It Moral for a Scientist to Work on the Hydrogen Bomb". 12 November 1954.
11 24 Sermon, "The Strange Story of Japanese-Jewish Friendship". 26 November 1954.
11 25 Sermon, "Teahouse of the August Moon". 30 November 1954.
11 26 Sermon, "October '43: The Story of the Modern Maccabee". 24 December 1954.
11 27 Sermon, "What Strange Thing Happens at Midnight?". 31 December 1954.
11 28 Sermon, "The Third Generation. Lost or Found?". 7 January 1955.
11 29 Sermon, "The Synagogue and Social Action". 21 January 1955.
11 30 Sermon, "Prayer and Exaltation: Is Something Wrong?". 28 January 1955.
11 31 Sermon, "Education. Just for the Child?". 4 February 1955.
11 32 Sermon, "The State of the Union. A Report from Los Angeles". 18 February 1955.
11 33 Sermon, "What Golden Calves do We Worship Today?". 11 March 1955.
11 34 Sermon, "Professor Toynbee's Genteel Anti-Semitism". 18 March 1955.
11 35 Sermon, "20 Questions on Civil Liberties". 25 March 1955.
11 36 Sermon, "The Scroll and the Chaplain". 1 April 1955.
11 37 Sermon, "Freedom Leads to Torah". 8 April 1955.
11 38 Sermon, "Birthday in Jerusalem". 22 April 1955.
11 39 Sermon, "Ordeal in Paris". 29 April 1955.
11 40 Sermon, "Easy Religion is a Dangerous Delusion". 6 May 1955.
Series E. Life in Israel.[4 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series E deals with Friedman's life in Israel. In 1971, he fulfilled a life-long dream and made Aliyah by settling in Israel. Series E details a number of activities in which he was involved while living in Jerusalem and Caesarea. These activities include involvement with the Association for Progressive Judaism in Israel, Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel, and the Israeli Democratic Party for Change. Friedman also taught courses at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Jerusalem., As a result, several documents pertain to his role of educator. Finally, transcripts from a number of speeches given during this time period are housed in Series E.
Arrangement Note: The materials are arranged based on the original order in which they were received, and using their original folder headings, so as not to hinder any contextual evidence.
Box Folder
12 1 Speech notes. January-September 1981.
12 2 Yager, Moshe. 1973-1974.
12 3 Movement for Progressive Judaism in Israel. 1973.
12 4 World Education Center for Progressive Judaism. 1973.
12 5 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Student Elective Course.1977.
12 6 Reform Ideology. 1975-1976.
12 7 Reform Jewish Appeal. 1973-1974.
12 8 Program Suggestions for World Center for Progressive Judaism. 1972-1973.
12 9 Organizing the Movement Ideas. 1973.
12 10 Oranim. 1973.
12 11 Local Congregations. 1972-1973.
12 12 Interested Israelis.
12 13 Hirsch Articles. 1969-1977.
12 14 Helpful Rabbis. 1973-1974.
12 15 Gottschalk, Alfred and Alexander M. Schindler. 1973-1977.
12 16 Conservative Movement. 1973.
12 17 Joint Palestine Appeal. London Trip. 15 October 1972.
12 18 Keren Hayesod. England. 1970-1972.
12 19 Joint Israel Appeal. London. 1974-1975.
12 20 Maram, V'ad Hartzi. 1973-1977.
12 21 Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel. Beersheba. 1975-1978.
12 22 Van Leer. 1975.
12 23 Promised Land Ltd. 1973-1976.
12 24 Jaffe, Eliezer. 1975-1976.
12 25 Miscellaneous Projects. 1973-1975.
12 26 Course. Modern Jewish Thought. 1974-1975.
12 27 Almogi-Aliyah. 1976.
12 28 Almogi-Aliyah. 1977.
12 29 Law of Return. 1974.
12 30 Joint Israel Appeal. London trip. 1974.
12 31 Joint Israel Appeal. November trip. 1974.
12 32 Association for a Progressive Reform Judaism. 1974-1975.
12 33 Civil Annual. 14 August 1974.
12 34 Democratic Movement for Change. 1977.
12 35 Encyclopaedia Judaica. 1971-1976.
12 36 Faculty Advisory Cabinet. 1975.
12 37 Fundraising Institute. 1972-1976.
12 38 Haifa University. 1966-1972.
12 39 Haifa University lecture. 9 March 1972.
12 40 Herlitz, Esther. 1974.
12 41 Holocaust. 1973-1974.
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13 1 [Hebrew].
13 2 [Hebrew].
13 3 [Hebrew].
13 4 Encyclopaedia Judaica. 1975.
13 5 Higher Education in USA. 1971-1972.
13 6 Beit Hanoar (Phil Horn). 1963-1974.
13 7 Beit Hanoar. 1973-1974.
13 8 Bezalel Academy. 1977.
13 9 Bezalel Museum. May 1977.
13 10 Israel Bonds. 1971-1972.
13 11 Boys Town. 1969-1972.
13 12 Beer-Sheva University/Ben-Gurion University. 1973-1976.
13 13 Speech Material. 1972.
13 14 Speech Material. June-October 1972.
13 15 Speech Notes. 1973.
13 16 Speech Notes. War and Aftermath. October 1973.
13 17 Speech Material and War Notes. October 1973-June 1974.
13 18 Army Lectures. 1975-1976.
13 19 Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel. War Bond Campaign. 1973-1977.
13 20 American Jewish Committee. Jewish Faculty Seminar. Winter 1972-1973.
13 21 Archive List. 1976.
13 22 Encyclopaedia Judaica. 1975.
13 23 Brazilai, Michael. 1973-1975.
13 24 Leo Baeck School. 1972-1975.
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14 1 Notebook. 1973.
14 2 Variety Club. 1973.
14 3 Volunteers. 1976-1977.
14 4 Holocaust Material. 1963-1975.
14 5 Ginsberg, Edward. 1974-1975.
14 6 Gould, Donald. 1976.
14 7 Deposits. 1977-1978.
14 8 Israeli Contributions. 1976-1977.
14 9 Tennis Center.
14 10 Israel Government Bond.
14 11 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion office furniture. 1973.
14 12 Congregation Tours. Special. 1974.
14 13 Courses. 1974-1977.
14 14 Foreign Currency Transactions. 1977-1978.
14 15 Jewish Agency for Israel. 1982.
14 16 Friedman, Herbert A. Personal. 1971-1973.
14 17 Friedman, Herbert A. Personal. 1973-1975.
14 18 Biography/Resume.
14 19 Contract Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. UAHC. 1972-1977.
14 20 Rose, Herb. Contracts. 1974-1977.
14 21 Shiloach Insurance. 1974-1978.
14 22 Yemin Moshe sale. 1974-1978.
14 23 Volvo Purchase. 1973.
14 24 Israel. Income Tax. 1976-1978.
14 25 Job Analysis in Israel. Taxes in Israel. 1971.
14 26 Discount Bank. 1975-1976.
14 27 Contract for Purchase. Yemin Moshe. 1975-1976.
14 28 Bank Documents. Yemin Moshe. 1974-1976.
14 29 Jerusalem Apartment Lease. 1971-1977.
14 30 Household Furniture Storage. 4 January 1976.
14 31 Friedman, Myer. 1975-1977.
14 32 International Young Leadership House in Israel. 1983.
14 33 Project Survival. 1975-1978.
14 34 Shinui. 1972-1976.
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15 1 [Hebrew].
15 2 [Hebrew]. 1986-1989.
15 3 [Hebrew]. 1993.
15 4 [Hebrew]. 1966.
15 5 [Hebrew].
15 6 [Hebrew].
15 7 Haifa University Prospects. 1971-1972.
15 8 Israel: Democratic Party for Change. Yigael Yadin. 1972-1977.
15 9 Hasbara and Doron Report. Election Material. DMC. 1976-1977.
15 10 DMC Position Papers on Diaspora. State and Religion. 1976-1977.
15 11 Yadin. Finances. Complete List of Names. Democratic Party Logistics. 1977.
15 12 DMC Foreign Agent Registration. April 1977.
15 13 DMC Miscellaneous. 1977.
15 14 Bernstein Telex. 1972.
15 15 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Jerusalem. 1971.
15 16 Translators Pool. 1973-1974.
15 17 Moshav Shitufi. 1973.
15 18 Speech Skeleton. 1975-1976.
15 19 Tantur. 1976.
15 20 Tel Aviv Museum. March 1972.
15 21 Tel Aviv University. 1972-1977.
15 22 Report on Trips. 1975-1976.
15 23 Total Number of Trips Made. February 1973-January 1976.
15 24 Trip. May-June 1973.
15 25 Trip Summary. September 1973.
15 26 Trip. May-June 1974.
15 27 Trip. August-September 1974.
15 28 Trip to U.S. May-June 1975.
Series F. Jerusalem Academy.[1 record carton]
Scope and Content Note: Series F holds a number of documents relating to a defunct plan to found a secondary education academy for talented students throughout the Diaspora in Israel. Series F, then, contains all the existing documentation regarding this effort, including: Board of Directors minutes, academy brochures, organizational documents, the master art-work, and the Jerusalem Academy seal.
Arrangement Note: The materials are arranged based on the original order in which they were received, and using their original folder headings, so as not to hinder any contextual evidence.
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16 1 Jerusalem Society for the Advancement of Education and Culture. 5 March 1979.
16 2 Jerusalem Academy. 1977-1988.
16 3 Jerusalem Experimental High School. 1972.
16 4 Phillips Academy. Andover, Mass. 10 January 1978.
16 5 Houston, Texas. Jerusalem Academy. December 1977.
16 6 SUNY-Amherst. Jerusalem Academy. 14 December 1977.
16 7 Amherst, Mass. Jerusalem Academy. December 1977-January 1978.
16 8 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1977.
16 9 Phillips Exeter Academy. Exeter, N.H. November 1977-January 1978.
16 10 Colby. December 1977.
16 11 Zvi Toren's visit. January 1978.
16 12 Institute of World Affairs. 24 October 1977.
16 13 Wiesel, Elie. Film Proposal. 15 December 1972.
16 14 Master Art Work. Jerusalem Academy Seal.
16 15 Jerusalem Academy Figures. 1982.
16 16 American Friends of the Jerusalem Academy Pledges. 1980-1982.
16 17 Jerusalem Academy. 1977-1979.
16 18 Jerusalem Academy. Organizational Documents. 1977.
16 19 Jerusalem Academy. Various Early Documents. 1977.
16 20 Jerusalem Academy. Brochure Materials. 1980.
16 21 Jerusalem Academy Brochures.
16 22 Friends of Jerusalem Academy. Board of Directors. 1980.
Series G. United Jewish Appeal.[23 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series G, United Jewish Appeal, spans the years 1955 to 1973. Friedman's tenure as Executive Vice Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal was a long and varied one in which he helped produce new and innovative techniques of fund raising and leadership development. As a result, the majority of documents in this series pertain to fundraising initiatives, transcripts of speeches given on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal, records from national and international conferences, notes from fact-finding missions and information on developmental programs like the Young Leadership Cabinet that Friedman helped found. In addition, there is correspondence with Abba Eban, Teddy Kollek, Irving Bernstein, and Henry Slonimsky. Finally, there are several photographs of Friedman with Dwight Eisenhower, Abba Eban, David Ben-Gurion, Golda Meir, and Yitzhak Rabin, General Moshe Dayan, and Pope Paul VI and Pope John XXIII.
Arrangement Note: The materials are arranged based on the original order in which they were received so as not to hinder any contextual evidence.
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17 1 Friedman, Herbert A. Important Photos. 1956-1995.
17 2 United Jewish Appeal Meeting with Dwight D. Eisenhower at the White House. 1955.
17 3 United Jewish Appeal Videotape for Brentwood Club. Los Angeles, Calif. 17 April 1972.
17 4 Visitors to Israel. 1971.
17 5 Williamsburg Retreat. 1972.
17 6 World Zionist Organization. Statue Shalom. 15 November 1971.
17 7 Women's Division. Eve Weiss.
17 8 Yad Vashem. 1971-1972.
17 9 Zacks, Gordon. 1970.
17 10 Zuckerman, Paul. 1972-1973.
17 11 European Young Leadership. 1975.
17 12 Young Leadership Family Mission. 1976.
17 13 Young Leadership. Stone. 1971-1973.
17 14 Reconstructionist Article. Young Leadership. 1964.
17 15 Young Leadership Biographies. 1972-1973.
17 16 Suggested Reading. 21 September 1965.
17 17 Consecutive Dailies. 1965.
17 18 Dailies. 1966.
17 19 Dailies. 1967-1968.
17 20 Dailies. 1969.
17 21 Dailies. 1970.
17 22 Eliezer, S. Ben. 1966-1969.
17 23 Community Progress. 1966.
17 24 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds-United Jewish Appeal Consultative Committee. 1966- 1968.
17 25 Ben-Gurion, David. Visit. 1966-1967.
17 26 United Jewish Appeal. 1980.
17 27 Telephone Presentation Materials. 27 March 1968.
17 28 Telephone Presentations to Communities. 11 April 1968.
17 29 Project Absorption. March 1968.
17 30 Speakers. 1965.
17 31 Fact Sheet. 1970.
17 32 Mid-year Leadership Conference. 18 June 1960.
17 33 Annual National Conference. December 1960.
17 34 Young Leadership Conference. November 1960.
17 35 Annual National Conference. Cabinet Meeting. 8 December 1960.
17 36 Annual National Conference. Special Meeting. 8 December 1960.
17 37 National Young Leadership Conference. November 1960.
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18 1 Speech Toronto United Jewish Appeal. 1962.
18 2 Speech Notes for Annual Conference. December 1962.
18 3 Address to United Jewish Appeal Annual Conference. 1961.
18 4 Address to United Jewish Appeal National Young Leadership Conference. November 1960.
18 5 Report to United Jewish Appeal National Cash Conference. June 1960.
18 6 Address to the Moraine Conference. February 1960.
18 7 Address to United Jewish Appeal Midwest Leadership Conference. February 1960.
18 8 Address in Kansas City. January 1960.
18 9 Address to United Jewish Appeal Speakers Seminar. January 1960.
18 10 Young Leadership Retreat. 12-16 May 1971.
18 11 Speech Material. 1961.
18 12 Speech Material. 1961.
18 13 Speech Material. 1961.
18 14 Speech Material. 1961.
18 15 Mid-West Conference. 14 February 1960.
18 16 United Jewish Appeal Inaugural Conference. 7 February 1960.
18 17 Middle Atlantic Conference. Hershey, Pa. 1961.
18 18 Cancelled Northeast Conference. Swampscott, Mass. March 1961.
18 19 West Coast Conference. Palm Springs, Calif.
18 20 Central State Conference. French Lick, Ind. February 1961.
18 21 South/Southwest Conference. Biloxi, Miss. January 1961.
18 22 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee Session-National Conference. 13 December 1958.
18 23 National Conference. 12-13 December 1958.
18 24 Speakers Division Meeting. 11 February 1959.
18 25 Leadership Meeting. New York. 19 January 1959.
18 26 Cabinet Meetings. Miami Conference. 1 February 1959.
18 27 Conferences: Miami Beach. February 1959.
18 28 Meeting of National Organizations. New York. 15 February 1959.
18 29 West Coast Leadership Institute. 20-22 February 1959.
18 30 Cash Conference/Cabinet Meeting. 20-21 June 1959.
18 31 Cash Conference. 20-21 June 1959.
18 32 New Jersey Leadership. 29 November 1959.
18 33 Annual National Conference. 10 December 1959.
18 34 Annual National Conference. New York. December 1959.
18 35 Western Leadership Institute. 19-21 February 1960.
18 36 National Young Leadership Conference. November 1960.
18 37 United Jewish Appeal Cash Conference. Washington, D.C. June 1960.
18 38 Regional Conference. New Orleans, La. 6-8 May1960.
18 39 December Conference. Steering Committee. 1960.
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19 1 Address to United Jewish Appeal National Conference. December 1955.
19 2 Notes for Address to Providence IG Meeting. November 1955.
19 3 Address to NYC-United Jewish Appeal Board of Directors. September 1955.
19 4 Field Staff Conference Call. June 1955.
19 5 United Jewish Appeal Speech Notes. 1955.
19 6 Address to Zionist General Council. 24 August 1955.
19 7 Address to United Jewish Appeal Washington Conference and Related Material. June 1955.
19 8 Address to United Jewish Appeal National Conference. June 1955.
19 9 Speech Notes. 1952.
19 10 Speech Notes. 1953.
19 11 United Jewish Appeal. 1945-1946.
19 12 Address at Hollywood Bowl for Israel Emergency Fund. 11 June 1967.
19 13 Israel Emergency Fund. San Francisco Conference Call. 1 June 1967.
19 14 Address to the Public Relations Conference. Geneva. 29 January 1967.
19 15 Address to Young Leadership Conference. Washington, D.C. 22-25 February 1967.
19 16 Speech Notes. 1966.
19 17 Address to National Conference. 9 December 1966.
19 18 Speech Notes. 1963.
19 19 Address to United Jewish Appeal's Speaker Seminar. 21 January 1963.
19 20 United Jewish Appeal Speakers Seminar. January 1963.
19 21 Biblical Quotations to Illustrate Modern History. 1963.
19 22 London Address. River House. Winter 1963.
19 23 Address to United Jewish Appeal National Conference. December 1963.
19 24 Speech Notes. 1964.
19 25 Remarks to United Jewish Appeal Speakers Division. January 1964.
19 26 Speech Notes and Source Materials. 1965.
19 27 Address in Buffalo. January 1965.
19 28 Address to Joint Palestine Appeal. London, England. February 1965.
19 29 Address to United Jewish Appeal Speakers Seminar. February 1965.
19 30 Notes for Washington, D.C. Big Gifts Meeting. Spring 1965.
19 31 The Ordeal for Israel's People is Not Finished. 30th Annual National Conference. 8 December 1967.
19 32 Background Material. July-November 1967.
19 33 The Meaning of the Wailing Wall. 18 October 1967.
19 34 Speech Notes. Newark, N.J. 7 November 1967.
19 35 1968 Emergency Fund Background Material. November-December 1967.
19 36 Address to Cleveland Young Leadership Conference. September 1965.
19 37 Address to East Central Young Leadership Conference. September 1965.
19 38 Address to Theodor Herzl Institute. November 1965.
19 39 Address to United Jewish Appeal Annual Conference. December 1965.
19 40 Address to Chicago Conference. January 1966.
19 41 Address to 44th ORT National Conference. 23 January 1966.
19 42 Memorial Wall to the Martyred Six Million. 24 April 1966.
19 43 Speech Notes. South Africa. 9 August 1966.
19 44 1966 United Jewish Appeal Study Mission. October 1966.
19 45 Address to United Jewish Appeal Women's Division Mission. 23 October 1966.
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20 1 Young Leadership. 1975.
20 2 National Annual Conference. New York. December 1958.
20 3 Minutes. Young Leadership Cabinet. 1963-1972.
20 4 Russia. 1956-1959.
20 5 North Africa. 1955.
20 6 Address to Lehman Dinner. New York City. January 1956.
20 7 Mission to French North Africa. October 1955.
20 8 United Jewish Appeal Speech Notes. 1954.
20 9 Speech Notes. February 1956.
20 10 Address to National Inaugural Conference. February 1956.
20 11 Speech Notes. March-May 1956.
20 12 Address to National Action Conference. June 1956.
20 13 Report to the Central Conference of American Rabbis. 28 June 1956.
20 14 Speech Notes for Boston. September 1956.
20 15 Address to American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee Country Directors Conference. October 1956.
20 16 Address to Staff of United Jewish Appeal. Greater New York Inc. 1 November 1956.
20 17 Address to Baltimore Meeting. November 1956.
20 18 Address to Toronto Executive Directors Meeting. November 1956.
20 19 Address to Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds General Assembly. November 1956.
20 20 Conference Speech Materials. November 1956.
20 21 Address to United Jewish Appeal National Conference. December 1956.
20 22 Address to United Jewish Appeal Speakers Seminar. February 1959.
20 23 Address to United Jewish Appeal Emergency Conference. February 1959.
20 24 Address to Miami Inaugural Conference. February 1959.
20 25 Speech Notes for Westport, Connecticut. July 1959.
20 26 Rosh Hashanah. 1959.
20 27 Yom Kippur Eve. 1959.
20 28 Yom Kippur. 1959.
20 29 Taped Message to Monroe Louisiana Leadership. October 1959.
20 30 Address to United Jewish Appeal National Conference. December 1959.
20 31 Speech Notes. 1958.
20 32 Speech Notes. 1959.
20 33 Speech Notes. 1960.
20 34 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee headquarters. Geneva. Summer 1958.
20 35 Address to United Jewish Appeal Study Mission. November 1958.
20 36 Speech Notes for United Jewish Appeal Conference. December 1958.
20 37 Address to the 21st Annual United Jewish Appeal Conference. December 1958.
20 38 On Philanthropy. 1959.
20 39 Speech Notes for Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Detroit. January 1956.
20 40 Press Conference. January 1957.
20 41 Notes on Trip to Paris, Rome, Naples, Hungary, Vienna. January 1957.
20 42 Address to Leidesdorf Dinner. February 1957.
20 43 Text of Passover Recording. March 1957.
20 44 Suggested Speech for Television Show. April 1957.
20 45 Radio Address for San Bernardino. April 1957.
20 46 Radio Address. Long Beach, California. May 1957.
20 47 Address to ZOA Meeting. September 1957.
20 48 Text of Recorded Speech to Fall Communities. October 1957.
20 49 Address to Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds General Assembly. November 1957.
20 50 Speech Notes for Conference. December 1957.
20 51 Address to United Jewish Appeal National Conference. December 1957.
20 52 Trip to Poland with Morry Saltzman. 4-10 December 1957.
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21 1 Young Leadership. 1971.
21 2 Staff Seminar. 28 September 1958.
21 3 Annual National Conference Resolutions. 1958-1959.
21 4 Pre-campaign budgeting meeting. 13 December 1958.
21 5 Miami Beach Conference. February 1958.
21 6 Brandeis Camp. Santa Susana, Calif. February 1958.
21 7 Special Funds Meeting. 13 December 1957.
21 8 Speakers Division Meeting. 17 January 1957.
21 9 Annual National Conference. Cabinet Meeting. 11 December 1958.
21 10 Photography Project in Israel. 1960.
21 11 Paul, Bruce B. 2 March 1966.
21 12 25th Anniversary Annual Conference. 8 December 1962.
21 13 Prime Minister's Meeting. 1968.
21 14 Speech Notes. 1968.
21 15 Notes Relative to Formation of 1968 Emergency Fund. September 1967.
21 16 Paris Speech. 1 February 1968.
21 17 Prime Minister's Flight. 16 November 1960.
21 18 Prime Minister Closed Circuit. 20 September 1970.
21 19 Prime Minister's Project. 19-27 January 1970.
21 20 Project Absorption. March 1968.
21 21 Publicity Presentation in Israel. 1965-1966.
21 22 Rapoport, Natan. July 1963.
21 23 Rabbinical Advisory Council. 1969.
21 24 Religious Rights in Israel. 1968.
21 25 United Jewish Appeal Resolutions. 1955-1969.
21 26 Meeting with Rogers. Summer 1969.
21 27 Shaike, Rumania. 1959.
21 28 St. Thomas Campaign. 1968.
21 29 Salmon, Katriel. 1963.
21 30 Sapir Meeting. 20 September 1966.
21 31 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Study Mission Evaluations. 1970.
21 32 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Student Tour to Israel. December 1969.
21 33 Expanded Student Program Meeting with Young Leadership. 6 June 1969.
21 34 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Study Mission. 1967.
21 35 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Study Mission. Evaluations. 1967.
21 36 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Study Mission. 1968.
21 37 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Study Mission Evaluations. 1968.
21 38 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. 1969.
21 39 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Student Mission. 1969.
21 40 Scheuer, James H. 1965-1968.
21 41 Sherut La'Am. 1968.
21 42 8th Study Mission. October 1962.
21 43 9th Study Mission. October 1963.
21 44 Study Mission. 13-29 October 1965.
21 45 12th United Jewish Appeal Study Mission. 1966.
21 46 Visit with Pope Paul VI. Study Mission. 14 October 1963.
21 47 Stacher, Joseph. 1964.
21 48 United Jewish Appeal Teenage Program (not implemented). 1965.
21 49 Tel Aviv University Campaign. 1965-1968.
21 50 25th Anniversary. 1963.
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22 1 General Plan for 1971 Campaign. 1970.
22 2 Campaign Techniques. 1971-1973.
22 3 Cash Collection Letter. April 1972.
22 4 Cash. 1971-1972.
22 5 Committee on World Fundraising. 1971-1972.
22 6 Conference on Human Needs. 1969.
22 7 Contingency Plan. 1972.
22 8 Executive Directors Meetings. 1971-1973.
22 9 Executive Staff Meetings. 1971-1973.
22 10 Executive Committee Retreat. 8-11 June 1972.
22 11 Executive Committee. 1971-1972.
22 12 Dailies. 1971.
22 13 Defense Budget. 1969-1971.
22 14 Fact Sheet. 1969.
22 15 Hebrew University. 1968-1973.
22 16 Israel Emergency Fund. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Presidents Meeting. 3 June 1967.
22 17 State of Israel Bonds. 1952-1954.
22 18 Louis Broido Address to 1967 United Jewish Appeal National Conference. 6 December 1966.
22 19 Ben-Gurion Visit. 1967.
22 20 Address to Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. March 1964.
22 21 Morocco. 1953.
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23 1 United Jewish Appeal. 1954. 1947.
23 2 United Jewish Appeal. Atlantic City. 1947.
23 3 United Jewish Appeal. 1948.
23 4 United Jewish Appeal. 1949.
23 5 United Jewish Appeal Committee of Contributors and Workers. 1948-1949.
23 6 United Jewish Appeal. 1950.
23 7 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. 1948.
23 8 United Jewish Appeal. 1951.
23 9 Notes on 1951 Visit to Israel. 1951.
23 10 United Jewish Appeal. 1952.
23 11 United Jewish Appeal. 1953.
23 12 United Jewish Appeal. 1954.
23 13 United Jewish Appeal. 1955.
23 14 Israel Press Conference Clippings. July 1956.
23 15 United Jewish Appeal Breakfast Session. 23rd National Conference. 11 December 1960.
23 16 Klutznick, Philip. Bal Harbour, Fla. 5 February 1961.
23 17 Audience with Pope Paul VI. United Jewish Appeal Study Mission to Rome. 14 October 1963.
23 18 Audience with Pope John XXIII. United Jewish Appeal Mission to Rome. 17 October 1960.
23 19 Freehoff, Solomon B. 11 January 1967.
23 20 Pinchas Sapir visit to America for Emergency Fund. June 1967.
23 21 David Ben-Gurion's 85th Birthday. 1971.
23 22 Address to Young Leadership. Cabinet Retreat. 14 May 1971.
23 23 Address to Members of the United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Mission. October-November 1972.
23 24 Address to the Members of the Young Leadership Mission. 3 August 1973.
23 25 United Jewish Appeal Newspapermen's Mission. 10 October 1972.
23 26 Cabinet Meeting. 8 June 1957.
23 27 United Jewish Appeal Conferences. 8-9 June 1957.
23 28 National Chairmen Meeting. 8 June 1957.
23 29 Special meeting. 8 June 1957.
23 30 Miami Beach Conference. 3 March 1957.
23 31 Brandeis Camp Conference. Santa Susana, California. 1957.
23 32 Annual Conference. Officers Meeting. 12 December 1957.
23 33 Annual Conference. Cabinet Meeting. 12 December 1957.
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24 1 Speech Notes. 1972.
24 2 United Israel Appeal. 1968-1969.
24 3 United Israel Appeal. 1966-1967.
24 4 United Jewish Appeal Floor Plan. 1962-1963.
24 5 United Jewish Appeal National Committee. 1963-1966.
24 6 World's Fair. Israel. 1963.
24 7 United Jewish Appeal Personal Letter (never sent). April 1970.
24 8 United Jewish Appeal Correspondence. Israel. Summer 1968.
24 9 United Jewish Appeal Personal Letters. November 1955-May 1962.
24 10 Personal Letters and Notes on 1964 Study Mission. 1964.
24 11 Personal Letters. March 1963-December 1965.
24 12 United Jewish Appeal Personal Letter. 8 February 1966.
24 13 United Jewish Appeal Personal Letter. 14 February 1966.
24 14 Personal Letter. United Jewish Appeal. 24 May 1966.
24 15 1966 Campaign Story.
24 16 1967 United Jewish Appeal Story. 9 December 1966.
24 17 Personal Letter. United Jewish Appeal. 6 November 1967.
24 18 United Jewish Appeal Personal Letter. 28 March 1968.
24 19 1968 United Jewish Appeal Story. 8 December 1967.
24 20 United Jewish Appeal Personal Letter. 3 December 1968.
24 21 1969 United Jewish Appeal Story. 13 December 1968.
24 22 United Jewish Appeal Personal Letter. 17 January 1969.
24 23 United Jewish Appeal Personal Letter. 22 August 1969.
24 24 Overseas Correspondence. Summer 1955.
24 25 Notes on Trip to Europe and Israel. May 1956.
24 26 Notes on Overseas Trip (Including Morocco Situation). July 1956.
24 27 Notes on Overseas Trip. September-October 1956.
24 28 Notes on Trip to Paris and Vienna. January 1957.
24 29 Notes on Overseas Trip. July 1957.
24 30 Speech Notes for "Hebrew Origins of American Democracy". February 1967.
24 31 Harmon, Avraham. 1956-1967.
24 32 Samuel Haber on Jewish Morocco. 1956.
24 33 Nachman, Werner. Address to 1966 United Jewish Appeal National Conference. 1966.
24 34 Israel Emergency Fund. Telex Transmissions. 6 June -7 July 1967.
24 35 Inaugural Dinner. 2 March 1958.
24 36 National Conference. Steering Committee. December 1957.
24 37 National Conference. 13 December 1957.
24 38 Conference. 8-9 June 1957.
24 39 National Conference. New York. December 1957.
24 40 National Conference. Solicitations. December 1957.
24 41 New York/National Conference. December 1957.
24 42 Inaugural Conference. 3 March 1957.
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25 1 Annual Conference. Cabinet Committee. New York. December 1956.
25 2 Annual Conference Addresses. 30 November 1956.
25 3 Annual Conference. New York. December 1956.
25 4 Annual Conference Committee Program. 30 November 1956.
25 5 Annual Conference. 30 November 1956.
25 6 Annual Conference. Steering Committee. 30 November 1956.
25 7 New York Conference with David Ben-Gurion. 26 May 1956.
25 8 Miami Conference. 1956.
25 9 Atlantic City Conference. June 1956.
25 10 Planning and Implementation. Atlantic City Conference. June 1956.
25 11 Big Gifts Meeting. January 1956.
25 12 Herbert H. Lehman Dinner. New York. 22 January 1956.
25 13 New York Conference. December 1955.
25 14 United Jewish Appeal. Warburg Testimonial Dinner. 22 January 1955.
25 15 Washington Conference. 4-5 June 1955.
25 16 North African Meeting. New York. 18 November 1955.
25 17 Conferences. Greetings. 1952-1954.
25 18 New York Conference. December 1954.
25 19 National Conference. New York. 11-13 December 1953.
25 20 Jerusalem Conference. October 1953.
25 21 National Conference. New York. 12-14 December 1952.
25 22 Big Gifts Conference. Miami. February 1953.
25 23 National Action Conference. 6 June 1953.
25 24 Cleveland Conference. 10-11 October 1953.
25 25 Miami Beach Conference. 24 February 1952.
25 26 National Cash Mobilization Conference. 25-26 May 1952.
25 27 Washington Conference. 18-19 October 1952.
25 28 Cash Conference. 26-27 May 1951.
25 29 Annual National Conference. Atlantic City. 14-16 December 1951.
25 30 National Report. New York. 27-28 October 1951.
25 31 1967 Arab-Israeli War. June-August 1967.
25 32 United Jewish Appeal Contract Papers and Pension Computations. 1967-1973.
25 33 United Jewish Appeal Engagements. 1977.
25 34 Ginsberg, Edward R. 1963-1971.
25 35 Galilee Plan. 1963-1966.
25 36 Germany. 1966-1967.
25 37 Miscellaneous. 1970.
25 38 Film "Morocco". 1963.
25 39 Film "The Crucifixion". 1971.
25 40 Fisher, Max M. 1971-1972.
25 41 Address by Avraham Harman. Cabinet Meeting. 4 November 1956.
25 42 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. 1955-1956.
25 43 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. 1956-1958.
25 44 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. 1955-1959.
25 45 Bernstein, Irving. 1972.
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26 1 Young Leadership. 1962-1966.
26 2 Notes on Young Leadership Retreat. 17-19 May 1963.
26 3 Young Leadership Retreat Agendas. 1963-1970.
26 4 Young Leadership. 1967-1969.
26 5 Miscellaneous Material. 1960.
26 6 Minutes. Inaugural Conference. 7 February 1960.
26 7 Midwest Leadership Institute. 12-14 February 1960.
26 8 National Conference. New York. December 1960.
26 9 Article, "Past and Present Trends in Philanthropic Endeavors". 1959.
26 10 National Conference. Breakfast and Banquet Sessions. 12 December 1959.
26 11 National Conference. 12 December 1959.
26 12 Canadian Luncheon. 2 February 1957.
26 13 Samuel Leidesdorf Dinner. 2 February 1957.
26 14 Lehman-Warburg Dinner. 2 February 1957.
26 15 Cabinet Mailing. February 1957.
26 16 Various Notes/Speeches. 1957-1961.
26 17 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "A". 1961-1972.
26 18 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "B". 1960-1973.
26 19 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "C". 1960-1971.
26 20 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "D". 1960-1973.
26 21 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "E". 1955-1975.
26 22 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "F". 1960-1973.
26 23 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "G". 1955-1972.
26 24 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "H". 1960-1972.
26 25 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "J". 1955-1974.
26 26 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "K". 1960-1971.
26 27 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "L". 1955-1974.
26 28 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "M". 1960-1972.
26 29 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "N". 1961-1969.
26 30 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "O". 1967-1972.
26 31 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "P". 1960-1971.
26 32 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "R". 1960-1972.
26 33 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "S". 1955-1972.
26 34 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "T". 1962-1971.
26 35 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "U". 1961-1969.
26 36 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "V". 1962-1971.
26 37 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "W". 1961-1973.
26 38 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "Y". 1960-1969.
26 39 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. "Z". 1962-1972.
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27 1 United Jewish Appeal Engagements. 1978.
27 2 United Jewish Appeal Engagements. 1978.
27 3 Los Angeles. 1981.
27 4 Boston. 1981-1982.
27 5 National Missions. 1981.
27 6 United Jewish Appeal. 1981.
27 7 United Jewish Appeal. 1982.
27 8 United Jewish Appeal Journal. 1981.
27 9 1982 Campaign Reports. 1981-1982.
27 10 1982 Campaign Status Report. 1982.
27 11 Florida. 1982.
27 12 National-Miscellaneous Ideas. 1980-1982.
27 13 Project Renewal. 1977-1979.
27 14 Solicitation Techniques. 1974-1982.
27 15 National Solicitations. 1981.
27 16 Speech Notes. 1979.
27 17 Speech Notes. 1980.
27 18 Washington Mission Program. 3 November 1981.
27 19 Friedman. Biography.
27 20 1982 Campaign.
27 21 United Jewish Appeal Policy on Cash. 16 November 1981.
27 22 New Prospects. 1981-1982.
27 23 United Jewish Appeal/Personal Correspondence. 1968-1970.
27 24 Kiesinger, Kurt Georg. 1948-1966.
27 25 Kollek, Teddy. 4 November 1956.
27 26 Moscow Youth Festival. 1957.
27 27 Speech to Young Leadership Retreat. 12-16 May 1971.
27 28 Address to Young Leadership Conference. November 1961.
27 29 Annual Award Dinner. Reform Jewish Appeal. 18 April 1966.
27 30 Southern Region Young Leadership Conference. 23-24 April 1966.
27 31 Address to Northeast Young Leadership Regional Conference. 12 February 1966.
27 32 Young Leadership Address. Washington. 1973.
27 33 Young Leadership. Munich Retreat. February 1977.
27 34 Young Leadership. 1977.
27 35 International Young Leadership. 1966.
27 36 Young Leaders Visit to Washington. 23-24 February 1966.
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28 1 Plans. 1972.
28 2 Plans. 1973.
28 3 Pomerantz, Fred. June-August 1971.
28 4 Poverty Program. 1971-1972.
28 5 Poverty Project. 1971-1975.
28 6 Prime Minister's Mission. 1971.
28 7 NYC United Jewish Appeal Progress Report. 1971-1973.
28 8 Public Relations Department. 1971-1973.
28 9 Palace Revolution. 1961.
28 10 Peppercorn, Martin. 1972.
28 11 Personnel. 1971.
28 12 Perot, Ross. 1970-1971.
28 13 Pincus, Louis. 1963-1971.
28 14 Thoughts on Warsaw Ghetto Fight. 1933-1975.
28 15 Newspapermen's Mission. 1971.
28 16 Operation Joshua. 1970.
28 17 Operation Israel. 1970-1971.
28 18 Operation Israel. 1972.
28 19 Operation Israel. 1973.
28 20 Operation Upgrade. 1972-1973.
28 21 Campaign and Cash Reports. 1972.
28 22 Ideas for Rabin.
28 23 National Campaign Progress Reports. 1971.
28 24 Various Correspondence. 1971.
28 25 Bernstein, Irving. 1960-1976.
28 26 National Conference. 4-5 June 1955.
28 27 Israel Education Fund. 1964-1985.
28 28 Marc IA. 1955-1963.
28 29 United Jewish Appeal-CJFEF General Assembly. Executive Director's Meeting. 10 November 1955.
28 30 1970s Projects. 1976-1977.
28 31 Letters from ERR. 1962.
28 32 Prospect List. 1974.
28 33 Notes on Israel. 1951.
28 34 United Jewish Appeal. Miscellaneous. 1968-1971.
28 35 Young Leadership Cabinet. Responses from Executive Directors. 1960.
28 36 Young Leadership Founding Conference. November 1960.
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29 1 Bonds for Israel. Pittsburgh. 25 May 1970.
29 2 Bond Meetings. 1970.
29 3 Education. 1967.
29 4 Education. 1968.
29 5 Education. 1969.
29 6 Education. 1969.
29 7 Education. 1970.
29 8 Rabbinical Advisory Council. 1970-1971.
29 9 Rabbinical Mission. January 1970.
29 10 Rabbinical Meetings. 1972.
29 11 Rabbinical Student Program. 1972.
29 12 Radio Programs with Russian Immigrants. 1972.
29 13 Radio Broadcast. Closed Circuit. 6 February 1972.
29 14 Resident Solicitors. 1972.
29 15 Rose, Herbert. April 1972.
29 16 Ribakoff, Charles. Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. 1970-1974.
29 17 Russian Immigrant Speakers. 1972.
29 18 Russian Immigration. February 1972.
29 19 Ruttenberg, Harold. 1971-1972.
29 20 Sapir, Pinchas. Special contributions. 1971.
29 21 Sapir, Pinchas. 1968.
29 22 Slonimsky, Mr. and Mrs. Henry. 1964-1971.
29 23 Satellite Broadcasting. 1970-1971.
29 24 Seminar for Training Speakers.
29 25 Solicitation Reports. 1971.
29 26 Suggested Speakers. 1972.
29 27 Speakers. 1971-1972.
29 28 United Jewish Appeal Study Conference. 1972.
29 29 Solicitation Reports. 1972.
29 30 Speeches. 1974-1976.
29 31 Speeches. 1977.
29 32 Jerusalem Solidarity Conference. 1975.
29 33 Address to Young Leadership at National Conference. 10 December 1971.
29 34 Address to Young Leadership. 3 August 1973.
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30 1 Study Conference Mission. October 1971.
30 2 Student Film. 1971.
30 3 Student Pilot Program. 1970-1973.
30 4 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Field Memos. 1971.
30 5 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. 1970.
30 6 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. 1971-1972.
30 7 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Fact Sheets. 1966-1970.
30 8 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Yale University. 1970.
30 9 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Study Mission. 1970.
30 10 Student Leadership Institute. St. Louis. 9-11 January 1970.
30 11 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. Study Mission. 1971.
30 12 Student Program. 1972.
30 13 Uris, Leon. 1959-1964.
30 14 University Student Program. 1958-1966.
30 15 United University Fund. 1969.
30 16 United HIAS. Russia. 1966.
30 17 United Israel Appeal. February 1972.
30 18 United Israel Appeal Bankers Study Mission. November 1970.
30 19 United Jewish Appeal-NYC Ernest Michel. 1970-1972.
30 20 United Jewish Appeal Budget. 1972.
30 21 United Jewish Appeal National Chairman. 1972.
30 22 United Jewish Appeal Trip. January 1977.
30 23 United Jewish Appeal. 1974.
30 24 Weekend Retreats. Houston and Norfolk. October-November 1975.
30 25 United Jewish Appeal Reports. 1971-1972.
30 26 University Campaigns. 1972.
30 27 United Jewish Appeal. 1974-1975.
30 28 United Jewish Appeal. 1975-1976.
30 29 United Jewish Appeal. 1977.
30 30 United Jewish Appeal Committee on Review. 1978.
30 31 Western Region Planning Committee. February 1978.
30 32 Notes on TV Show. 10 October 1977.
30 33 Thoughts on the Warsaw Ghetto Revolt. 23 April 1968.
30 34 Address to NYC-United Jewish Appeal Grocers Division. 16 May 1968.
30 35 Zionist Congress Address. 12 June 1968.
30 36 Dedication of Baeck High School. Haifa. 9 July 1968.
30 37 Young Leadership Cabinet. 14 September 1968.
30 38 United Jewish Appeal Public Relations Department. 29 September 1968.
30 39 Speeches Made to First Weekly Flight. 1 December 1968.
30 40 Women's Division Speech. 12 December 1968.
30 41 United Jewish Appeal National Conference Speech. 13 December 1968.
30 42 Speech to Yale Students. 29 January 1969.
30 43 Speech Notes. 1969.
30 44 Address to National Conference. 12 December 1969.
30 45 Background Material for Speech. December 1969.
30 46 Speech to Students at Hebrew Union College. 23 February 1970.
30 47 Speech at Baeck Dedication. 4 March 1970.
30 48 Speech. Pittsburgh Bond Drive. 25 May 1970.
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31 1 Bible Lesson. Williamsburg, Va. June 1970.
31 2 Remarks at Yom Kippur Services. Riverdale Temple. 10 October 1970.
31 3 Speech to NYC Executive Directors Committee. December 1970.
31 4 Speech to NY United Jewish Appeal Leadership Conference. 4 February 1971.
31 5 Statement Regarding Political Developments. 26 February 1971.
31 6 Speech to Young Leadership Mission to Israel. 14 March 1971.
31 7 Speech Material. October-November 1971.
31 8 Young Leadership Mission. November 1971.
31 9 Newspapermen's Mission. November 1971.
31 10 Student's Mission. December 1971.
31 11 Operational Israel 6. 1972.
31 12 Operational Israel 8. 1972.
31 13 Operational Israel 9. 1972.
31 14 Operational Israel 10. January 1971.
31 15 Young Leadership Briefing in Israel. 8 March 1972.
31 16 Speech to Strelitz Mission in Israel. 13 March 1972.
31 17 Personal Letter Commencing. 8 November 1955.
31 18 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. 1955-1960.
31 19 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. 1961-1962.
31 20 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. 1963.
31 21 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. 1964-1965.
31 22 Miscellaneous Correspondence. United Jewish Appeal. 1966-1967.
31 23 Notes from Overseas Trips. 1960-1961.
31 24 Overseas Trip. October 1961.
31 25 Rumania Trip. January-February 1959.
31 26 Notes on Overseas Trip to Europe and Israel. November 1958.
31 27 Overseas Trip. Europe and Israel. June 1950.
31 28 Overseas Trip with Study Mission. October 1957.
31 29 National Conference. 17 December 1955.
31 30 United Jewish Appeal Staff Meeting on Funding. 23 January 1954.
31 31 United Jewish Appeal Meeting of Executive Directors. 17 November 1955.
31 32 Special Emergency Meeting. 18 November 1955.
31 33 Herbert Lehman Dinner. 21 January 1956.
31 34 Inaugural Conference. 26 February 1956.
31 35 Leadership Briefing Meeting. 10 September 1956.
31 36 United Jewish Appeal Cabinet Minutes. 4 November 1956.
31 37 United Jewish Appeal Cabinet-Kollek and Harman. 4 November 1956.
31 38 National Conference. 30 November 1956.
31 39 National Conference. 1 December 1956.
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32 1 Israel Emergency Fund. 1967.
32 2 Education. 1963.
32 3 Education. 1965.
32 4 Education. 1966.
32 5 Education Fund Budget. 1964-1971.
32 6 Notes on Formation of Israel Education Fund. 1964.
32 7 Israel Education Law. 1969.
32 8 Education IRS. 1963-1965.
32 9 Education Status Report. 1970.
32 10 Higher Education. 1968-1970.
32 11 Emergency Fund. 1968.
32 12 Emergency Fund. 1969.
32 13 Executive Committee. 1969.
32 14 Executive Committee. 1970.
32 15 Minutes of Executive Directors Meeting. November 1955.
32 16 European Fund Raising. 1966.
32 17 Executive Committee Minutes. 1964.
32 18 Executive Committee Minutes. 1965.
32 19 Executive Committee Minutes. 1966.
32 20 Executive Committee Minutes. 1967.
32 21 Executive Committee Minutes. 1968.
32 22 United Jewish Appeal Executive Committee Retreat. Onchiota Center, New York. 1965.
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33 1 United Jewish Appeal Miscellaneous Materials. 1969.
33 2 United Jewish Appeal Miscellaneous Materials. 1969.
33 3 United Jewish Appeal Miscellaneous Materials (Photos of Golda Meir). 1969.
33 4 United Jewish Appeal Miscellaneous (photos). 1969.
33 5 Photos of David and Charles. 1969.
33 6 Young Leadership Photos. July 1969.
33 7 Speech Outlines. July 1981.
33 8 National Young Leadership Conference. 26-28 February 1978.
33 9 NY Young Leadership Study Group.
33 10 Address to NY United Jewish Appeal. 12 October 1979.
33 11 Early Chronology Notes.
33 12 Baltimore Holocaust Memorial Dedication. 2 November 1980.
33 13 Baltimore Holocaust Memorial Dedication. 2 November 1980.
33 14 Hanukkah. George Bush. March 1981.
33 15 Lecture on Israel and the Diaspora. 11 April 1980.
33 16 Various Speeches. 1977-1978.
33 17 NY Mission. October 1979.
33 18 Menachem Kaufman Notes. 1975.
33 19 United Jewish Appeal. 1977.
33 20 Second Aliyah. Ben Zvi Lecture Series. 1976.
33 21 Old Speeches. 1957-1969.
33 22 Speech to National Conference. December 1966.
33 23 Speech to National Conference. December 1971.
33 24 Speeches. 1961.
33 25 United Jewish Appeal Speakers. 1969.
33 26 United Jewish Appeal Speakers. 1970.
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34 1 United Jewish Appeal Study Mission to Israel. 1968.
34 2 United Jewish Appeal Banquet. 1973.
34 3 Miscellaneous United Jewish Appeal. 1975-1977.
34 4 Photos of Abba Eban, Golda Meir, Moshe Dayan. Telecast. February 1970.
34 5 Miscellaneous materials (photos). July-December 1970.
34 6 December Conference photos. 1970.
34 7 Miscellaneous United Jewish Appeal materials. 1970.
34 8 United Jewish Appeal Photos. 1956.
34 9 Rapoport, Natan. 1972.
34 10 Miscellaneous United Jewish Appeal Materials. January-June 1970.
34 11 David Ben-Gurion photos. 1956.
34 12 United Jewish Appeal photos. 1957.
34 13 Closed Circuit TV photos. Eban, Warburg. 29 April 1957.
34 14 Study Mission photos. October 1957.
34 15 United Jewish Appeal. 1956-1987.
34 16 Young Leadership Cabinet photos.
34 17 Miscellaneous United Jewish Appeal Materials. January-May 1971.
34 18 Miscellaneous United Jewish Appeal Materials. January-June 1971.
34 19 Miscellaneous United Jewish Appeal Materials. July-December 1971.
34 20 Miscellaneous United Jewish Appeal Materials. January-June 1972.
34 21 Miscellaneous United Jewish Appeal Materials. July-December 1972.
34 22 Study Mission photos. October 1971.
Box Folder
35 1 Condolences on Father's Death. 20 January 1971.
35 2 Speakers. 1967.
35 3 Speakers. 1968.
35 4 Keeping the Promise. United Jewish Appeal's 50th Jubilee. 1939-1989.
35 5 Israel Emergency Fund. Human Interest Stories. June 1967.
35 6 United Jewish Appeal Hillel Student Leadership Institute. December 1968.
35 7 United Jewish Appeal Materials. 1968.
35 8 United Jewish Appeal Materials. 1968.
35 9 United Jewish Appeal Materials. 1968.
35 10 Addresses to National Conferences. 1971-1972.
35 11 Young Leadership Speeches. 1971-1972.
35 12 First United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Conference. 18-20 November 1960.
35 13 CCAR. June 1950.
35 14 Howard Sachar Interview. August 1973.
35 15 Lecture to United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership. November 1972.
35 16 Address to Young Leadership Mission. 1972.
35 17 United Jewish Appeal Speeches. 1971-1972.
35 18 Young Leadership Mission. 1972.
35 19 Address to Young Leadership Cabinet Retreat. 14 May 1971.
35 20 Baltimore Mission. 25-28 October 1977.
35 21 United Jewish Appeal Officers. Essay by Henry Feingold. 1983-1992.
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36 1 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1954-1956.
36 2 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1963.
36 3 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1963.
36 4 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1965-1966.
36 5 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1969.
36 6 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1970-1971.
36 7 Israel Emergency Fund. Campaign Materials. 1969.
36 8 United Jewish Appeal Public Relations Manual and Campaign Publicity Materials. 1969.
36 9 Speakers. 1966.
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37 1 Student Coordinating Committee for the Israel Emergency Fund. 1972.
37 2 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1959-1962.
37 3 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1964.
37 4 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1964.
37 5 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1966.
37 6 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1966.
37 7 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1967.
37 8 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1967.
37 9 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1969.
37 10 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1971.
37 11 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Materials. 1971-1972.
37 12 United Jewish Appeal Public Relations Manual. 1971.
37 13 National Women's Division Annual Board Meeting. 1970.
37 14 Conference on Human Needs. 1969.
37 15 United Jewish Appeal National Women's Division Materials. 1969.
Box Folder
38 1 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume I. 1946.
38 2 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume II. 1947.
38 3 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume III. 1948.
38 4 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume IV. 1949.
38 5 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume V. 1950.
38 6 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume VI. 1951.
38 7 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume VII. 1952.
38 8 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume VIII. 1953.
38 9 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume IX. 1954.
38 10 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume X. 1955.
38 11 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XI. 1956.
38 12 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XII. 1957.
38 13 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XIII. 1958.
38 14 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XIV. 1959.
38 15 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XV. 1960.
Box Folder
39 1 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XVI. 1961.
39 2 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XVII. 1962.
39 3 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XVIII. 1963.
39 4 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XIX. 1964.
39 5 United Jewish Appeal Report to Members. Volume XX. 1965.
39 6 United Jewish Appeal Report. Volume I. 1966.
39 7 United Jewish Appeal Budget. 1955-1961.
39 8 United Jewish Appeal Budgets. 1962-1963.
39 9 United Jewish Appeal Budgets. 1964-1965.
39 10 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee Country Directors Conference. 1953.
39 11 United Jewish Appeal Study Mission Report. 1955-1960.
39 12 United Jewish Appeal Study Missions. 1961-1963.
39 13 United Jewish Appeal Study Missions. 1964-1965.
Series H. Wexner Heritage Foundation.[7 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series H contains materials related to Friedman's work with the Wexner Heritage Foundation. This series roughly spans the years 1985 to 2005. In 1985, Friedman co-founded the Wexner Heritage Foundation with Columbus, Ohio philanthropist Leslie Wexner. Friedman served as the foundation's President until his retirement. The Wexner Foundation's mission centered on fostering a cadre of young Jewish leadership with a strong sense of allegiance to the State of Israel and Jewish identity throughout the Diaspora. Of note in this series is correspondence with Ezer Weizman, Yitzhak Rabin, Shimon Peres, and Teddy Kollek. In addition, there are a number of photos with such notable figures as Yitzhak Rabin and Pope John Paul II, as well as program and conference records, newsletters, working papers, and speeches and addresses by Friedman.
Arrangement Note: The materials are arranged based on the original order in which they were received so as not to hinder any contextual evidence.
Box Folder
40 1 Papal Concert in Commemoration of the Holocaust. 1994.
40 2 Voss-Application to Dinitz. 1978-1988.
40 3 Wexner Fund. Teddy Kollek. 1986-1993.
40 4 Peres, Shimon. 1979-1997.
40 5 Rabin, Yitzhak. 1989-1995.
40 6 Weizman, Ezer. March-April 1993.
40 7 Boston Trip. 7-9 March 1986.
40 8 Columbus Seminar. 12 January 1986.
40 9 November Seminar. NYC. 1985.
40 10 Bios of Ralph Goldman, Max Fisher, and Edward Warburg. 1962-1985.
40 11 A Weelmed Retreat. Prager. 31 January - 2 February 1985.
40 12 New Century Fund. 1998-2002.
40 13 Jewish Disappearance. 1996-2003.
40 14 Thank You Letters. 24 June 2003.
40 15 Jewish Education. 2001-2003.
40 16 Letter to Leslie Wexner. 19 November 2002.
40 17 Schools, Camps, Hillel. 2003.
40 18 What is Our Future as American Jews? Article. 2003.
40 19 Statement of Case. Fund for Jewish Future. 2003.
40 20 Friedman. Statement of Case. Fund for Jewish Future. 2003.
40 21 Going Public. Fund for Jewish Future.
40 22 Meetings with Michael Steinhardt. 5 May 2003.
40 23 Michael Steinhardt's Office. Crucial. 16 January 2003.
40 24 Various Meetings. March-December 2002.
40 25 Basic Proposal. New Century Fund. October 2001.
40 26 Potential Prospects. 2001-2003.
40 27 Retiring the Plan for the Future. Letters Sent to Supporters. 24 June 2003.
40 28 Education. Jewish Identity. UJC. Community. 2001-2002.
40 29 Teachers College. 2001-2002.
40 30 Hillel. 2001-2002.
40 31 Summer Camps. 2001-2002.
40 32 Israel Education. 1996-2002.
40 33 New Century Fund Proposal. 2001-2002.
40 34 Reactions and Prospects. 2001-2002.
40 35 Prospects. 1971-1972.
40 36 Notes on Discussion with Wayne Feinstein. 1997.
40 37 New Century Fund. Analysis and Proposal. 11 June 2001.
40 38 Study Group and Candidates. 2001.
40 39 Miscellaneous Notes. June 2003.
40 40 Letters Regarding Closure of Fund for Jewish Future. 2003.
40 41 Plan for the Fund for the Jewish Future. 2003.
40 42 The Vanishing American Jew. In Search of Jewish Identity for the Next Century. 1997.
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41 1 Summer Institute. Jerusalem Photos. July 1995.
41 2 Speeches. 1988-1998.
41 3 Gruen, George. Paper on Water. 1990.
41 4 Outline and Papers for Leadership Lectures. 1994.
41 5 New Members Institute. Summer 1993.
41 6 Speeches/Proposals. 1983.
41 7 Young Leadership. Snowbird, UT. 1990.
41 8 Columbus-Russian Mission. September 1997.
41 9 How to Create a School. 1994.
41 10 Basic Statement on Corporation for the Future. 1 August 1994.
41 11 Letter to Yitzhak Rabin. August 1994.
41 12 How to Create a Retreat Center. June 1994.
41 13 Wexner Benefit honoring Herbert A. Friedman. 1 March 2001.
41 14 Talmud Report. 1953-2003.
41 15 Colwell, David. 2001-2002.
41 16 Scrapbooks. 1983-1998.
41 17 May and July. 1990.
41 18 U.S. Holocaust Museum. 1992.
41 19 Photos from Jerusalem. July 1991.
41 20 Yale Ground breaking. 1993.
41 21 Jerusalem Photos. Wexner Graduations. 1993.
41 22 Engagements. 1994.
41 23 Announcement of Emeritus Status. 16 September 1994.
41 24 Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Founder's Day. 10 March 1993.
41 25 Abba Eban Addresses and Cronkite Introductions. 1999-2000.
41 26 Denver Beit Din. Background Stories. 1983-1989.
41 27 Address to Wexner Summer Institute. 8 July 1989.
41 28 Torah Portion. Korach.
41 29 Aspen Afternoon Scenarios. 1989-1994.
41 30 Wexner Summer Institute. Faculty Agenda. 1989.
41 31 Botstein, Leon. 1997.
41 32 Notes in Response to Samuel Norich's "What Will Bind Us Now?". 1995.
41 33 United Israel Appeal. Agency Agreement. June 1994.
41 34 United Jewish Appeal as Percentage of Israel GNP. 1994.
41 35 Soll, Bruce. 1994.
41 36 Records of conversations. July-November 1994.
41 37 Lurie, Brian (correspondence). 1993-1995.
41 38 Kraar, Martin. 1994.
41 39 Bronfman, Charles. Axworth's memo. May 1994.
41 40 Beilin,Yossi. 1994.
41 41 Wexner Alumni Retreat. 1991.
41 42 Israel Experience Programs. 1990-1995.
41 43 Herbert Friedman Scholarship Fund.
41 44 The Wannsee Conference. 1942-1988.
41 45 Individual Reactions. List of People Seen. 1993-1994.
41 46 Corporation Plan. 1994.
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42 1 Midwinter Retreat, Houston. 8-11 February 1990.
42 2 Wexner Heritage Review. 2000.
42 3 Wexner Heritage Review. 2001.
42 4 Holocaust Survivors Memoirs Project [1]. 2000.
42 5 Holocaust Survivors Memoirs Project [2]. 2000.
42 6 Steinhardt, Michael. 1995.
42 7 Judaism and Christianity, Baltimore. 1991-1992.
42 8 Summer Institute. July 1988.
42 9 Honorary membership - Central Conference of American Rabbis. 1994.
42 10 Minneapolis [alumnae] exit interviews. May 1991.
42 11 Chicago [alumnae] exit interviews [1]. May 1992.
42 12 Chicago [alumnae] exit interviews [2]. May 1992.
42 13 United States Jewry. 1988.
42 14 Holocaust - A Uniquely Jewish Event. 1988.
42 15 Spring curriculum. 1992.
42 16 Leadership Practium. July 1992.
42 17 Jewish Identity, Part 2. 1987.
42 18 Papacy. 1987.
42 19 Catholic-Jewish Reconciliation. October 1994.
42 20 War in the Jewish Experience. February 1991.
42 21 History Demands a Change Now. November 1993.
42 22 The Challenge of Peace. Dec. 1994.
42 23 Wexner Heritage Israel Program. 1993.
42 24 Report of Israel Interviews. January-February 1993.
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43 1 Herbert A. Friedman speeches. 1999-2000.
43 2 Life Reborn Conference. January 2000.
43 3 Lectures by Herbert Friedman to the Columbus Group on Modern Times. April 1986.
43 4 Alumnae syllabus. 1989-1990.
43 5 Capital Campaign for Jewish Renaissance and Renewel. 2000.
43 6 Evaluation forms for Summer Institute [Israel]. 2003.
43 7 Lipstadt Fund. 1998.
43 8 Re-imaging American Judiasm. October 1996.
43 9 Summer Institute [Israel]. July 1995.
43 10 Carl Voss Memorial. 1995.
43 11 Jewish day school networks. 1995-1996.
43 12 Schools in the works. 1996.
43 13 Solomon Schechter High School. 1996.
43 14 Boston High School. 1996.
43 15 Denver school camps. 1996.
43 16 Avi Chai day school registers. 1994-1996.
43 17 Dual Identity Summer Institute [Cleveland]. July 1993.
43 18 Summer Institute [Aspen]. July 1987.
43 19 Herbert A. Friedman lectures. 1987-1988.
43 20 Herbert A. Friedman lectures. 1989.
43 21 Herbert A. Friedman lectures. 1990.
43 22 Herbert A. Friedman lectures. 1995-1997.
43 23 Yale class of 1938 reunion. 1988.
43 24 Baltimore campaign. 1987.
43 25 The Messiah: Conceptions of the Ultimate Leader Retreat. March 1989.
43 26 Sepharad Winter Retreat. January 1992.
43 27 Wexner Foundation: Marking a Decade. 1997.
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44 1 Summer Institute [Israel]. 1990.
44 2 Summer Institute [Israel]. 1991.
44 3 Act Now memo. 1994.
44 4 Laufer, Nathan. 1989.
44 5 Elite education. 1985-1989.
44 6 School for Public Service. 1987.
44 7 Summer Institute [St. Louis]. 1991.
44 8 Meyer, Michael. 1990-1991.
44 9 Jewish Identity. Sept. 1986.
44 10 Wexner syllabi [1]. 1990-1991.
44 11 Wexner syllabi [2]. 1990-1991.
44 12 Survey for Jewish residential academy. 1995.
44 13 Holocaust: Message and Meaning. May 1993.
44 14 Washington Institute for Near East Policy. 1986.
44 15 Leadership Functions: A Practicum. July 1990.
44 16 Dual Identity. October 1991.
44 17 New Member Institute. July 1992.
44 18 Alumnae Retreat: Intermarriage [1]. May 1990.
44 19 Alumnae Retreat: Intermarriage [2]. May 1990.
44 20 Alumnae Retreat. April 1991.
44 21 Friedman, Darrell. 2002.
44 22 Peres, Shimon. 2003.
44 23 Fund for the Jewish Future. 2003.
44 24 Models of Ethical Leadership Retreat [Florida]. February 1988.
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45 1 My Credo [manuscript] pp. 1-233. Undated.
45 2 My Credo [manuscript] pp. 234-450. Undated.
45 3 My Credo [manuscript] pp. 451-749. Undated.
45 4 Deborah Lipstadt trial. 1997-1998.
45 5 Deborah Lipstadt trial. 1998-1999.
45 6 Deborah Lipstadt trial. 1998-1999.
45 7 United States Memorial Holocaust Museum. 1986-1997.
45 8 United States Holocaust Memorial Council. 1986-1993.
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46 1 Max Arzt Memorial Dinner. 16 June 1993.
46 2 Hitler's Road to Power. May 1993.
46 3 Memorial Service for Mark Tabatchnik. January 1993.
46 4 Founder's Day [Hebrew Union College]. 10 March 1993.
46 5 Rabbi as Communal Leader. December 1994.
46 6 Reconciliation. October 1994.
46 7 New Member Institute - Major Goals for the Century Ahead. July 1992.
46 8 Heschel School speech. December 1993.
46 9 Herbert A. Friedman's interview - Holocaust Memorial Museum. June 1992.
46 10 Young Leadership Cabinet - Major Goals for the Century Ahead. March 1992.
46 11 Brandeis Lecture. 1986-1991.
46 12 Building a State, Creating a Nation. July 1991.
46 13 Noble Past, Future Changes: thoughts for the 90's. July 1991.
46 14 Crisis and Leadership. April 1991.
46 15 War and Peace. February 1991.
46 16 Right to Dissent. November 1982.
46 17 Hebrew Roots of American Democracy. February 1967.
46 18 The Future: How Israel Will Look in 2017. Undated.
46 19 The Dream Requires New Involvement. May 1993.
46 20 The Old Shall Dream Dreams and the Young Shall See Visions. 1993.
46 21 Edward Warburg: Celebration of a Life. June 1993.
46 22 The New Century Fund, Analysis and Proposal. June 2001.
Series I. Audio-Visual Materials.[3 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Series I is a collection of various audio files spanning Friedman's career with the United Jewish Appeal and the Wexner Heritage Foundation (roughly 1955-2000). The files showcase various speeches given by Friedman while working for these organizations. The recordings are in a number of different audio formats including: vinyl LPs, ¼-inch reel-to-reel tapes, and audio and VHS cassettes.
Arrangement Note: The materials are arranged based on format.
Box Folder
47-48 1 The Critical Year Between Crises. 1960.
47-48 2 United Jewish Appeal. Dallas. 11 January 1969.
47-48 3 Conference Call. 19 November 1957.
47-48 4 Toll Conference. 14 March 1958.
47-48 5 United Jewish Appeal Student Mission. 24 December 1975.
47-48 6 Crystal Night. 1968.
47-48 7 Address to United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Cabinet. "The UJA in the Perspective of Modern Jewish History. 14 September 1968.
47-48 8 Address to the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. 24 February 1971.
47-48 9 Ben-Gurion Birthday. 18 October 1966.
47-48 10 Toll conference. 16 May 1957.
47-48 11 Address to Associated Jewish Charities and Welfare Fund. 13 November 1956.
47-48 12 Speech at [illegible]. 3 March 1962.
47-48 13 Interview with Mrs. Batya Untershatz and Professor Dori P[illegible] Jerusalem. . 21 May 1972.
47-48 14 Interview with Russian immigrants of Kiryat Tivon Absorption Center. Mrs. Mary Ziber and Mr. Martin Cherkess. 23 May 1972.
47-48 15 Interview with Mrs. Leah Machinson and Mr. Daniel B[illegible]. 13 July 1972.
47-48 16 Message to Field [illegible]. (Telephone Crook-up). 21 June 1957.
47-48 17 To Herbert A. Friedman - Personal. Guides on Weekly Flights. February 1969.
47-48 18 Herbert A. Friedman: Worker Training "How to Solicit Gifts." . 24 February 1971.
47-48 19 Herbert A. Friedman: "Current Peace Initiatives and the Status of the Campaign". 24 February 1971.
47-48 20 Herbert A. Friedman. Tel-Aviv. Hilton. 17 April 1972.
47-48 21 Radio Spots. 1972.
47-48 22 The Israel Experience. A Rite of Passage for North American Jewish Youth. Motivating Community Leadership.
47-48 23 1957.
47-48 24 Jordan (cont.) Kayzri. Abe Harman. 1/2 Lou Horwitz. Chas. 1957.
47-48 25 United Nations Security Council. 13 July 1948.
47-48 26 United Nations General Assembly - Political Committee. 5 May 1949.
47-48 27 United Nations Assembly - First Emergency Special Session. 1 November 1956.
47-48 28 United Nations General Assembly. (30 and 31 are copies). 19 June 1967.
47-48 29 United Nations General Assembly. (30 and 31 are copies). 19 June 1967.
47-48 30 United Nations General Assembly. (30 and 31 are copies). 19 June 1967.
47-48 31 United Nations General Assembly. (30 and 31 are copies). 19 June 1967.
47-48 32 Selected Speeches (speaking at George Washington University, Washington D.C.). 1996.
47-48 33 Mission to Israel. The 1970 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Story Told by Israel's Leaders. With an introduction by Edward Ginsberg, General Chairman. (34 is a copy).
47-48 34 Mission to Israel. The 1970 United Jewish Appeal Campaign Story Told by Israel's Leaders. With an introduction by Edward Ginsberg, General Chairman. (34 is a copy).
47-48 35 United Jewish Appeal Study Mission. Masada Ceremony. 1971.
47-48 36 United Jewish Appeal Israel Report.
47-48 37 Israel Report No. 1. (37 is a copy). June 1971.
47-48 38 Israel Report No. 1. (37 is a copy). June 1971.
47-48 39 United Jewish Appeal National Conference. Operation Upgrade. 11 December 1971.
47-48 40 United Jewish Appeal National Conference. Operation Upgrade Seminar. 13 October 1971.
47-48 41 United Jewish Appeal National Conference. Operation Upgrade Seminar.
47-48 42 United Jewish Appeal. Julia Weiner Answers Questions. Spring 1972.
47-48 43 Operation Israel. 1972.
47-48 44 Mission. Jerusalem. 19 November 1969.
47-48 45 Neil Weinberg slide presentation. 1969.
47-48 46 Golda Meir. Jerusalem. 2 September 1970.
47-48 47-48 Alla Rusinek. Herbert A. Friedman. 4 February 1971.
47-48 48 Side A: Herbert A. Friedman. "Current Peace Initiatives and the Status of the Campaign." Side B: Herbert A. Friedman Worker Training "How to Solicit Gifts". 24 February 1971.
47-48 49 Herbert A. Friedman: Current Peace Initiatives and the Status of the Campaign. 1971.
47-48 50 Yitzhak Avni. Russian Jewry Coin. September 1971.
47-48 51 Arnold Foster. Arrival of Soviet Jews in Israel. June 1971.
47-48 52 Mitchell Gold. Trenton High School Rally. Standing oration raised $1042 from 40 workers. March 1971.
47-48 53 Side A: Tel Aviv University. Leon Fine. Mayer Abramovitz. Side B: Friedman in Beersheva. On Jewish Ethics. Religion.
47-48 54 Herb. Questions and summary. 8/3.
47-48 55 Side 1: President of Jewish Community in Berlin. Side 2: (cont.). Friedman's 1st talk.
47-48 56 Immigrants from Morocco interview at a moshau at [illegible]. Interview at [illegible] Kibbutz. Lecture at immigrant town. Lecture at Or Yehuda.
47-48 57 1970.
47-48 58 Operation Israel with tape cassette. 1972.
47-48 59 A Critical Year Between Crises. An Address by Herbert A. Friedman.
47-48 60 To the Des Moines Jewish Community. An Address by Herbert Friedman.
47-48 61 Report on a record. 1957-1958.
Box
49 Cassettes [audio and video] of various Herbert Friedman talks and addresses from Wexner Foundation programs, institutes and retreats. 1986-1994.

Search Terms

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

Persons and Families

Ben-Gurion, David -- 1886-1973.
Friedman, Herbert A. -- 1918-2008.

Institutions

United Jewish Appeal.
Wexner Heritage Foundation.

Subjects

Chaplains, Military.
Refugees.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees.
Zionism.

Places

Israel -- History.

Genres and Forms

Audiocassettes.
Jewish sermons, American.
Photographs.
Videocassettes.