TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Institutional Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Conditions of Access and Use

Related Material

Administrative Information

Other Finding Aids

Search Terms

Box Folder Listing

Series A. Administration. 1917,1933-1967.

Series B. Executive Papers. 1933-1963.

Series C. Intergroup and Social Action Department. 1939-1980.

Series D. Domestic Affairs Department. 1955-1984.

Series E. Civil Rights and Social Action Department. 1941-1976.

Series F. Education and Training Department. 1958-1971.

Series G. Information and Research Services. 1947-1987.

A Finding Aid to the American Jewish Committee Records. 1917-1987 (bulk 1933-1984).

Manuscript Collection No. 780


Introduction

Repository: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives
Creator: American Jewish Committee
Title: American Jewish Committee Records.
Dates: 1917-1987
Bulk Dates: 1933-1984
Quantity: 285.42 linear feet (227.5 record cartons and 2.5 Hollinger boxes)
Abstract: Consists of American Jewish Committee (AJC) records from 1917-1987. Records from many divisions of the AJC including the Domestic Affairs Department (DAD), Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department (IRSA), Civil Rights and Social Action Department (CRSA), Education and Training Department, and Information and Research Services are represented, as well as, general administrative documents
Collection Number: MS-780
Language: Collection material in English.

Institutional Sketch

On Saturday evening, February 3, 1906, a group of thirty-four American Jews, mostly from the German Jewish elite of New York City, met there to establish a national Jewish defense organization in response to pogroms that ravaged czarist Russia at the turn of the 20th century. This meeting led to the formation of the American Jewish Committee (AJC), which adopted the mission "to prevent the infraction of the civil and religious rights of Jews in any part of the world" and "to enhance the well being of Israel and the Jewish people worldwide, and to advance human rights and democratic values in the United State and around the world."

Throughout its existence, the AJC has engaged in interfaith and international programs to strengthen universal human rights around the world. During World War I the AJC spurred the creation of the American Jewish Relief Committee, which aided Jewish war victims. Throughout the 1920s the AJC opposed rising anti-Semitism in the U.S., as exemplified in the ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion’ as well as Henry Ford’s Dearborn Independent. During the 1930s the AJC actively responded to the rise of Nazism, including attempts to rescue German Jews. In the post war era, a group of AJC delegates successfully led efforts to write human rights guarantees into the UN Charter at the founding conference of the United Nations. In the 1960s the AJC was active in the civil rights movement as well as being involved in the Vatican Council’s rejection of the centuries-old deicide charge by providing research on the image of the Jew in Catholic teaching and liturgy.

In contemporary times the AJC utilizes a three-pronged program of counteraction, education, and research to fulfill its mandate. It responds to issues of Jewish concern, nationally and internationally, by mobilizing support of Americans from all walks of life, educating the public, and conducting research and studies. Its publications, Commentary and Present Tense, contribute to Jewish culture and religion. Similarly, the William E. Wiener Oral history Library documents the experiences of Jews in the arts, sciences, business and professional world.

Today, the AJC is a global non-governmental organization with offices all over the world, functioning as an international center for Jewish and Israel advocacy.

    Sources
  • "About Us: Who We Are." American Jewish Committee. Accessed September 13, 2012. http://www.ajc.org/site/c.ijITI2PHKoG/b.789093/k.124/Who_We_Are.htm
  • American Jewish Committee. "The American Jewish Committee, the first seventy years." New York: American Jewish Committee, Institute of Human Relations, 1976.
  • Cohen, Naomi W. Not Free to Desist: The American Jewish Committee, 1906-1966. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1972.
  • Sanua, Marianne R. Let Us Prove Strong: The American Jewish Committee, 1945-2006. Waltham, Massachusetts: Brandeis University Press, 2007.

Scope and Content Note

Records representative of many divisions of the American Jewish Committee, including the Domestic Affairs Department (DAD), Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department (IRSA), Civil Rights and Social Action Department (CRSA), Education and Training Department, and Information and Research Services, as well as, general administrative documents. Shared material may exist between departments, as many of the departments merged with IRSA in the late twentieth century.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged in 7 series:

Series A. Administration. 1917, 1933-1967.
Series B. Executive Papers. 1933-1963.
Series C. Intergroup and Social Action Department. 1939-1980.
Series D. Domestic Affairs Office. 1955-1984.
Series E. Civil Rights and Social Action Department. 1941-1976.
Series F. Education and Training Department. 1958-1971.
Series G. Information and Research Services. 1947-1987.

Conditions of Access and Use

Terms of Access

The collection is open for use; no restrictions apply.

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

Related Collections

Other AJA collections dealing with the American Jewish Committee may be found in the AJA Online Catalog.

The American Jewish Committee Archives had made selected, digitized, records available on its website.

The American Jewish Historical Society and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research both have collections on the American Jewish Committee. Their descriptions can be found in the Center for Jewish History online catalog.


Administrative Information

Custodial Information

This collection of American Jewish Committee records was initially deposited at the American Jewish Committee Archives. In August 2009 they were transferred to the American Jewish Archives.

Alternative Forms of Collection

The American Jewish Committee Archives provides access to digitized collections on its website. Some material from this collection may be duplicated there.

Preferred Citation

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

[Description], [Date], Box #, Folder #. MS-780. American Jewish Committee Records. American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Provenance

The American Jewish Committee Records were received from Charlotte Bonelli, Director of the American Jewish Committee Archives, New York, N.Y. in August, 2009.

Processing Information

Processed by Nathan Tallman, Noah Scacciaferro, and Jeremy Katz, September 2012.


Other Finding Aids

Old box folder listings for most of the collection are available in Box 0, located at the end of the collection.


Box Folder Listing

Series A. Administration. 1917, 1933-1967. [47 record cartons]
Custodial History Note: While held by the American Jewish Committee Archives, this series suffered loss of materials during a flood and when being transferred to an off-site storage facility. Some surviving materials retain water damage. A total of 25 numbered boxes were missing from the sequential series, causing gaps in several places. Additionally, some materials were destroyed due to their informational content (personnel files, union contracts, out of date building plans, etc.).
Scope and Content Note: Contains both administrative materials and non-administrative materials representing various functions at all levels of the American Jewish Committee. Material documents annals (publication), annual meetings, awards, committees (general, Membership, Joint, and Reorganization), departments and divisions (general, Administrative, Church/State, Civil Rights, Community Activities, Community Affairs, Community Services, Education/Jewish Attitudes, Film, Foreign Affairs, Interfaith and Interreligious, Intergroup Education, Investigative and Fact Finding, Jewish Communal Affairs, Legal, Library of Jewish Information, Literature, Magazine and Feature Service, Media, National Affairs, National Labor Service, Office Management, Planning and Control, Program Resources, Public Information and Education, Public Reaction, Publications, Publicity, Veterans, Women's, and Youth), finances, governing bodies (Administrative Board, Administrative Committee, Executive Board, Executive Committee, General Committee, and Steering Committee), Institute of Human Relation, membership and dues, National Advisory Council, Nominations Committee, officers, organization, organizational restructure, Participation Committee, programs (general, planning, community affairs, chapters, conferences, field services, membership and education, national and local relations, workshops, domestic affairs, and foreign affairs), public relations and publicity, publications (annual reports, newsletters, bulletins, Yiddish News Digest, and the American Jewish Year Book), and staff and staff policy.
Arrangement Note: Original order maintained (mostly alphabetical).
Annals. Publications.
Box Folder
A1 1 Pursuit of Equality. Distribution and promotion. 1957.
A1 2 Pursuit of Equality. Mailings. 1957-1959.
A1 3 Pursuit of Equality. Mass media. 1957-1958.
A1 4 Pursuit of Equality. Mass media. Clippings. 1957-1958.
A1 5 Pursuit of Equality. Ramapo press. 1956-1959.
A1 6 Pursuit of Equality. Reactions. 1957.
A1 7 Pursuit of Equality. Sales. 1957-1958.
A1 8 "The Ramparts We Guard". 1954-1955.
A1 9 "The Ten Best: Outstanding Achievements of the American Jewish Committee". 1952-1953.
A1 10 Annals. Speeches. 1937-1959.
A1 11 Annals. Statements. 1917-1957.
Annual meetings.
Box Folder
A1 12 General. 1944-1962.
A1 13 Agenda. 1946-1962.
A1 14 Agenda. Announcements and programs. Printed. 1947-1962.
A1 15 Agenda. Committee meetings. 1955-1956.
A1 16 Agenda. Mailings. 1949-1962.
A1 17 Attendance. 1949-1962.
A1 18 Attendance. Foreign Guests. 1956-1962.
A1 19 Attendance. Lists. 1944-1962.
A1 20 Attendance. Lists. Dinner. 1947-1961.
A1 21 Attendance. Staff. 1947-1962.
A1 22 Attendance. Statistics. 1939-1960.
A1 23 Awards and citations. 1949-1962.
[See also, Awards. 1947-1962.]
A1 24 Background material. 1947-1962.
[See also, Mailings. 1943-1962.]
A1 25 Board of Delegates. 1955-1962.
[See also, General Committee. 1955.]
Box Folder
A2 1 Chapter participation. 1947-1962.
A2 2 Chapter participation. Suggestions. 1950-1956.
A2 3 Evaluations and suggestions. 1947-1962.
A2 4 Evaluations and suggestions. Lay. 1955-1962.
A2 5 Evaluations and suggestions. Staff. 1944-1960.
A2 6 Felicitations. 1944-1962.
A2 7 Finance. 1940-1960.
A2 8 Finance. Fiftieth anniversary sponsors. 1956-1957.
A2 9 General Committee. 1955.
[See also, Board of Delegates. 1955-1962.]
A2 10 Hospitality. 1954-1961.
A2 11 Invitations. 1948-1962.
A2 12 Invitations. Dinner. 1950-1962.
A2 13 Invitations. Dinner. Dais and table. 1951-1962.
A2 14 Invitations. Invocations. 1952-1962.
A2 15 Invitations. Lists. 1951-1962.
A2 16 Invitations. Lists. Dais. 1948-1962.
A2 17 Mailings. 1943-1962.
[See also, Background material. 1947-1962.]
Annual meetings. Planning and Arrangements.
Box Folder
A2 18 General. 1951-1962.
A2 19 Committee. General. 1953-1962.
A2 20 Committee. Agenda, attendance, and announcements. 1952-1961.
A2 21 Committee. Mailings. 1950-1962.
A2 22 Committee. Membership. 1946-1961.
Box Folder
A3 1 Committee. Minutes. 1946-1962.
A3 2 Committee. Recommendations. 1948-1955.
A3 3 Committee. Staff. 1950-1962.
A3 4 Committee. Staff meetings. 1950-1962.
A3 5 Committee. Subcommittee. 1955-1959.
A3 6 Fiftieth anniversary projects. 1955-1957.
A3 7 Fiftieth anniversary projects. Publications. 1954-1957.
A3 8 Function and purpose. 1948-1954.
A3 9 General roundup. 1957-1962.
A3 10 Staff responsibility. 1948-1957.
A3 11 Proceedings. 1946-1962.
A3 12 Proceedings. Assignments and participants. 1952-1962.
A3 13 Proceedings. Introductions, notes, and remarks. 1950-1962.
A3 14 Proceedings. Summaries. 1946-1957.
A3 15 Proceedings. Summaries. Informal. 1959-1962.
A3 16 Production and promotion. 1949-1957.
A3 17 Production and promotion. Films. 1953-1957.
A3 18 Production and promotion. Films. Committee. 1954-1956.
Annual meetings. Publicity.
Box Folder
A3 19 General. 1946-1962.
A3 20 Committee Reporter. 1950-1957.
A3 21 Displays. 1954-1958.
A3 22 Press releases. 1946-1955.
A3 23 Press releases. 1956-1957.
A3 24 Press releases. 1958-1962.
A3 25 Radio and television. 1956-1957.
A3 26 Receptions. 1954-1962.
A3 27 Reports. 1945-1962.
Box Folder
A4 1 Resolutions Committee. 1954-1966.
A4 2 Resolutions and statements. 1943-1955.
A4 3 Resolutions and statements. 1956-1962.
A4 4 Resolutions and statements. Correspondence and distribution. 1947-1960.
Annual meetings. Round tables and workshops.
Box Folder
A4 5 General. 1948-1962.
A4 6 Agenda and participants. 1948-1962.
A4 7 Attendance and invitations. 1946-1956.
A4 8 Background materials. 1949-1953.
A4 9 Background materials. 1953-1962.
A4 10 Chapter participations and suggestions. 1947-1956.
A4 11 Evaluations. 1950-1955.
A4 12 Manuals. 1950-1956.
A4 13 Reports. 1948-1955.
A4 14 Speakers. 1950-1962.
A4 15 Speakers. Fiftieth anniversary. 1957.
A4 16 Speakers. Lists. 1957-1959.
A4 17 Speakers. Proposed. 1955-1962.
A4 18 Speakers. Proposed. Eisenhower, Dwight D. 1955-1957.
A4 19 Speeches. 1936.
A4 20 Speeches. 1944-1949.
A4 21 Speeches. 1950-1954.
A4 22 Speeches. 1955-1956.
Box Folder
A5 1 Speeches. 1957.
A5 2 Speeches. 1958.
A5 3 Speeches. 1959.
A5 4 Speeches. 1960.
A5 5 Speeches. 1961.
A5 6 Speeches. 1962.
A5 7 Thank you letters. 1956-1962.
A5 8 Attacks and criticism. 1938-1957.
A5 9 Awards. 1947-1962.
[See also, Awards and Citations. 1949-1962.]
A5 10 Awards. American Liberties Medallion. 1955-1962.
A5 11 Awards. American Liberties Medallion. Committee. 1959-1962.
A5 12 Awards. American Liberties Medallion. Speeches. 1958-1962.
Committees.
Box Folder
A5 13 General. 1945-1949.
A5 14 General. 1950-1962.
A5 15 Chairmen. Chapter informal meetings. 1954-1961.
A5 16 Charts. 1942-1961.
A5 17 Functions and scope. 1949-1959.
A5 18 Meetings. Finance, frequency, schedules, etc. 1944-1963.
A5 19 Meetings. Dietary and religious observances. 1948-1960.
Committees. Membership.
Box Folder
A5 20 General. 1945-1962.
Box Folder
A6 1 Chapter representatives. 1945-1955.
A6 2 Chapter representatives. 1956.
A6 3 Chapter representatives. 1957-1961.
A6 4 Chapter representatives. Undated.
A6 5 Chapter representatives. Study. 1960.
A6 6 Chapter representatives. Questionnaire coding. 1958-1959.
A6 7 Chapter rosters. 1956.
A6 8 Non-American Jewish Committee. 1956.
A6 9 Statistics. 1943-1955.
A6 10 Staff-Lay relationships. 1955-1959.
A6 11 Staff training for work with lay committees. Minutes. 1955.
A6 12 Committees/Joint. A-Z. 1950-1960.
A6 13 Committees/Joint. Civil Rights, Civil Liberties, and Domestic Affairs. 1956-1961.
A6 14 Committees/Joint. Civil Rights, Civil Liberties, and Interreligious Affairs. 1957-1962.
A6 15 Committees/Joint. Foreign Affairs and Israel. 1959.
Committees and Reorganization.
Box Folder
A6 16 General. 1944-1958.
A6 17 Committees. Proposed. 1951.
A6 18 Koblentz survey. 1953-1954.
A6 19 Koblentz survey. Reactions. 1954.
A6 20 Koblentz survey. Suggestions. 1953.
Committees and Reorganization. Simon Committee (Ad Hoc Committee on Lay Committees).
Box Folder
A6 21 General. 1953-1955.
A6 22 Agenda and attendance. 1954.
A6 23 Mailings. 1953-1955.
Box Folder
A7 1 Minutes. 1953-1954.
A7 2 Reports. 1954-1955.
A7 3 Reports. Implementation. 1954-1955.
A7 4 Reports. Recommendations. 1954-1955.
A7 5 Reports. Reactions. Area directors and staff. 1954.
A7 6 Staff discussions. 1953-1956.
Departments and Divisions.
Box Folder
A7 7 General. 1940-1961.
A7 8 General. Combined departmental reports. 1953.
A7 9 General. Interdepartmental coordination. 1943-1959.
A7 10 General. Interdepartmental coordination. Community Affairs and Community Services Departments. 1949- 1958.
A7 11 General. Interdepartmental coordination. Community Affairs and National Affairs Departments. 1955- 1959.
A7 12 General. Interdepartmental coordination. General. Interdepartmental coordination. Community Affairs Department. Other departments. 1952-1961.
A7 13 General. Suggested divisions. 1948.
A7 14 Accounting. 1947-1960.
A7 15 Administration. 1948-1958.
A7 16 Agency interpretation. 1948.
A7 17 Business and industry. 1948-1960.
A7 18 Business and industry. Reports. 1947-1960.
A7 19 Church/State. Interfaith. 1949-1960.
A7 20 Church/State. Interfaith. Reports. Bi-Monthly. 1956-1960.
A7 21 Church/State. Interfaith. Reports. Monthly. 1949-1956.
Departments and Divisions. Civil Rights.
Box Folder
A7 22 General. 1948-1953.
A7 23 Program. 1949-1957.
A7 24 Reports. General. 1948-1950.
A7 25 Reports. Brooks, Alex. 1948-1952.
A7 26 Reports. Highlights. 1949-1954.
A7 27 Reports. Leskes, Theodore. 1950-1956.
A7 28 Reports. Levenson, Frances. 1950-1952.
A7 29 Reports. Lukas, Edwin J. 1951-1954.
A7 30 Staff. 1951-1952.
A7 31 Clippings. 1945-1958.
A7 32 Clippings. Area offices and chapters. 1949-1958.
Box Folder
A8 1 Clippings. Press digest. 1949-1952.
A8 2 Clippings. Reports. 1948-1950.
A8 3 Clippings. Survey (Yavner). 1951-1952.
Departments and Divisions. Community Activities.
Box Folder
A8 4 General. 1945-1953.
A8 5 Budget. 1945-1954.
A8 6 Budget. Areas. 1947-1954.
A8 7 Budget. Committee. 1949-1953.
A8 8 Budget. Meetings. 1949-1951.
A8 9 Budget. Summaries. 1947-1954.
A8 10 Program. 1948-1954.
A8 11 Reporting. 1948-1953.
A8 12 Reports. General. 1951-1953.
A8 13 Reports. Areas. 1948-1949.
A8 14 Reports. Brier, Louis S. 1948-1954.
A8 15 Reports. Danzig, David. 1947-1950.
A8 16 Reports. Membership. 1947-1954.
A8 17 Reports. Monthly. 1944-1946.
A8 18 Reports. Monthly. 1947-1948.
A8 19 Reports. Monthly. 1949-1953.
A8 20 Reports. Monthly. 1954.
A8 21 Reports. Shapiro, Manheim. 1949.
A8 22 Reports. Speakers Bureau. 1948-1949.
A8 23 Reports. Staff. General. 1944-1954.
A8 24 Reports. Staff. Field. 1944-1954.
A8 25 Reports. Staff. Field questionnaire. 1948-1950.
A8 26 Reports. Staff. Staff committee. 1951-1952.
A8 27 Reports. Staff. Staff committee. Minutes. 1944-1951.
A8 28 Reports. Staff. Staff committee. Minutes. 1952-1954.
A8 29 Survey. Koblentz. 1952-1953.
Departments and Divisions. Community Affairs.
Box Folder
A8 30 General. 1951-1960.
A8 31 Budget. General. 1954-1962.
Box Folder
A9 1 Budget. Areas. 1954-1962.
A9 2 Budget. Committees. 1954-1961.
A9 3 Budget. Community Affairs Committee. 1956-1961.
A9 4 Budget. Cuts and deficit. 1956-1961.
A9 5 Budget. Expenses. 1956-1961.
A9 6 Budget. Expenses and budget. 1955-1962.
A9 7 Budget. Income and expenses. 1954-1955.
A9 8 Budget. Income and expenses. 1956-1957.
A9 9 Budget. Needs. 1955-1961.
A9 10 Budget. Requests. 1954-1962.
A9 11 Budget. Study. 1960.
A9 12 Budget. Summaries. 1955-1962.
A9 13 Charts. 1952-1956.
A9 14 Communications and servicing. 1957-1959.
A9 15 Functions and organization. 1952-1959.
A9 16 Job assignments. 1955-1958.
A9 17 Job descriptions. 1953-1962.
A9 18 Joint meetings with National Affairs Department. 1958-1959.
A9 19 Program statements. 1956-1958.
A9 20 Reorganization. 1952-1957.
A9 21 Reporting. 1951-1960.
A9 22 Reports, planning, and control. 1954-1956.
A9 23 Reports, planning, and control. 1957-1959.
Box Folder
A10 1 Reports, planning, and control. 1960-1962.
A10 2 Staff. General. 1951-1962.
A10 3 Staff. Conferences. 1956-1962.
A10 4 Staff. Field. 1944-1960.
A10 5 Staff. Field. Area directors. 1951-1962.
A10 6 Staff. Field. Duties and responsibilities. 1945-1961.
A10 7 Staff. Field. Executive assistants and secretaries. 1947-1961.
A10 8 Staff. Meetings. 1954-1961.
A10 9 Staff. Meetings. Minutes. 1952-1959.
A10 10 Staff. Meetings. Minutes. 1960-1962.
A10 11 Staff. Orientation and training. 1944-1961.
Departments and Divisions. Community Services.
Box Folder
A10 12 Program statements. 1950-1954.
A10 13 Reports. 1943-1946.
A10 14 Reports. 1947-1948.
A10 15 Reports. 1949-1950.
A10 16 Reports. 1951-1952.
A10 17 Reports. 1953-1954.
A10 18 Staff. 1948.
A10 19 Staff. Meetings. 1948-1949.
A10 20 Supervisory Committee. 1946-1951.
A10 21 Community Services Unit. General. 1938-1944.
A10 22 Community Services Unit. Reports. 1941-1945.
A10 23 Community Services Unit. Staff meetings. 1939-1945.
A10 24 Cooperative societies. 1948-1954.
A10 25 Education/Jewish attitudes. 1942-1955.
A10 26 Education/Jewish attitudes. Budgets and finances. 1949-1955.
A10 27 Education/Jewish attitudes. Committee minutes. 1950-1951.
A10 28 Education/Jewish attitudes. Program. 1946-1962.
A10 29 Education/Jewish attitudes. Reports. 1947-1951.
A10 30 Education/Jewish attitudes. Reports. 1952-1955.
Box Folder
A11 1 Film. 1948-1962.
A11 2 Film. Budget. 1950-1958.
A11 3 Film. Program and functions. 1950-1962.
A11 4 Film. Reports. 1948-1961.
A11 5 Film. Revaluation. 1957-1958.
Departments and Divisions. Foreign Affairs.
Box Folder
A11 6 General. 1943-1960.
A11 7 Budget. 1946-1956.
A11 8 Budget. 1956-1962.
A11 9 Budget. Offices abroad. 1948-1962.
A11 10 Budget. Statement of expenses. 1948-1959.
A11 11 Budget. Summary of expenses and budget. 1949-1960.
A11 12 Immigration and United Nations. 1948-1958.
A11 13 Immigration and United Nations. Reports. 1947-1957.
A11 14 Program. 1949-1956.
A11 15 Program statement and budget. 1954-1961.
A11 16 Reports. Monthly. 1947-1949.
A11 17 Reports. Monthly. 1950-1952.
A11 18 Reports. Monthly. 1953-1954.
A11 19 Reports. Monthly. 1955-1956.
A11 20 Reports. Monthly. 1957-1960.
A11 21 Staff. 1947-1961.
Box Folder
A12 1 Staff reports. Immigration and United Nations. 1948-1953.
A12 2 Staff reports. Latin America. 1949-1950.
A12 3 Staff reports. Offices abroad. 1943-1952.
A12 4 Study. 1956.
A12 5 Fund raising. 1950-1953.
A12 6 General and Jewish community relations. 1948-1961.
A12 7 General and Jewish community relations. Budget. 1948-1957.
Departments and Divisions. Interfaith and Interreligious.
Box Folder
A12 8 General. 1944-1962.
A12 9 Budget. 1948-1961.
A12 10 Committee. 1955-1958.
A12 11 Newsletter. 1955-1958.
A12 12 Program. 1945-1951.
A12 13 Program. 1952-1962.
A12 14 Reports. General. 1946-1958.
A12 15 Reports. Jacobson. 1952-1956.
A12 16 Reports. Jung. 1942-1956.
A12 17 Reports. Ketzer. 1949-1954.
A12 18 Reports. Ketzer. 1955-1962.
A12 19 Reports. Rosenbaum. 1946-1948.
A12 20 Reports. Thompson. 1948-1952.
A12 21 Staff. 1946-1957.
A12 22 Staff meetings. 1948-1959.
Departments and Divisions. Intergroup Education.
Box Folder
A12 23 General. 1951-1958.
A12 24 Budget and finances. 1950-1960.
A12 25 Budget and finances. Panel of Americans, Inc.. 1953-1954.
A12 26 Committee and subcommittee. 1948-1957.
A12 27 Program. 1950-1962.
A12 28 Reports. 1951-1960.
A12 29 Staff committee. 1951-1957.
A12 30 Survey. 1953.
Box Folder
A13 1 Investigative and fact finding. 1950-1962.
A13 2 Investigative and fact finding. Budget and finances. 1950-1961.
A13 3 Investigative and fact finding. Committee. 1952-1957.
A13 4 Investigative and fact finding. Program. 1950-1961.
A13 5 Investigative and fact finding. Reports. 1949-1960.
A13 6 Jewish communal affairs. 1956-1962.
A13 7 Jewish communal affairs. Budget. 1957-1962.
A13 8 Jewish communal affairs. Reports. 1957-1962.
Departments and Divisions. Legal.
Box Folder
A13 9 General. 1941-1960.
A13 10 Budget and finances. 1942-1960.
A13 11 Committee. 1946-1949.
[Note: Includes material from the Civic Affairs Committee.]
A13 12 Committee. Minutes. 1943-1950.
[Note: Includes material from the Civic Affairs Committee.]
A13 13 Program. 1942-1959.
A13 14 Reports. Bloomgarden. 1952-1956.
A13 15 Reports. Kellmann. 1948-1950.
A13 16 Reports. Leskes. 1950-1954.
A13 17 Reports. Leskes. 1955-1960.
A13 18 Reports. Leskes and Bloomgarden. 1955.
A13 19 Staff meetings. 1948-1949.
Departments and Divisions. Library of Jewish Information.
Box Folder
A13 20 General. 1938-1949.
A13 21 General. 1950-1962.
A13 22 General. Undated.
A13 23 Archives. 1948-1958.
A13 24 Alderman, Harry. Memoranda. 1950-1958.
A13 25 Budget and finances. 1941-1949.
A13 26 Budget and finances. 1950-1953.
A13 27 Budget and finances. 1954-1956.
A13 28 Committees. 1942-1956.
A13 29 Committees. Minutes. 1942-1956.
Box Folder
A14 1 Fine, Morris. Memoranda. 1946-1954.
A14 2 Organization and reorganization. 1939-1955.
A14 3 Program. 1941-1960.
A14 4 Reports. General. 1947-1957.
A14 5 Reports. A-Z. 1948-1956.
A14 6 Reports. Alderman. 1950-1951.
A14 7 Reports. Alderman. 1952.
A14 8 Reports. Alderman. 1953-1955.
A14 9 Reports. Fine. 1946-1955.
A14 10 Reports. Himmelfarb. 1955-1959.
A14 11 Reports. Library. 1942-1949.
A14 12 Reports. Summaries. 1946.
A14 13 Staff. 1936-1959.
A14 14 Staff meetings. 1941-1955.
A14 15 List section. 1947-1957.
A14 16 Literature distribution. 1946-1959.
A14 17 Literature distribution. Procedures. 1950-1957.
A14 18 Literature distribution. Reports. 1957-1962.
A14 19 Literature distribution. Reports. Rosen, Libby. 1956.
A14 20 Magazine and Feature Service. 1949-1958.
A14 21 Magazine and Feature Service. Budget and finances. 1950-1960.
A14 22 Magazine and Feature Service. Program. 1950-1960.
A14 23 Magazine and Feature Service. Reports. 1948-1960.
A14 24 Managements and fiscal control. 1951-1955.
Box Folder
A15 1 Media. 1946-1959.
A15 2 Media. Budget. 1954-1957.
A15 3 Media. Committee. 1954-1956.
A15 4 Media. Program. 1944-1961.
A15 5 Media. Reports. 1943-1955.
A15 6 Media. Reports. Press and special services. 1944-1945.
Departments and Divisions. National Affairs.
Box Folder
A15 7 General. 1953-1961.
A15 8 Budget. 1955-1962.
A15 9 Budget statements. 1954-1961.
A15 10 Reports. Director. 1954-1955.
A15 11 Reports. Planning and control. 1954-1960.
A15 12 Staff meetings. 1955-1960.
A15 13 Statement of functions. 1952-1960.
Departments and Divisions. National Labor Service.
Box Folder
A15 14 General. 1945-1958.
A15 15 Advisory Committee. 1949-1953.
A15 16 Budget and finance. 1946-1957.
A15 17 Chicago survey. 1947.
A15 18 Highlights. 1945-1956.
A15 19 Kits. 1955-1956.
A15 20 Program and activities. 1945-1962.
A15 21 Projects. 1945-1956.
A15 22 Publications. 1955-1960.
A15 23 Reports. 1946-1959.
A15 24 Reports. Fleischman, Harry. 1953-1960.
A15 25 Reports. Grey, Jacobson, Kats, Shugaar, and Siff. 1949-1951.
Box Folder
A16 1 Reports. Jung, Moses. 1944-1956.
A16 2 Reports. Sigman, David. 1946-1953.
A16 3 Staff and staff meetings. 1947-1957.
Departments and Divisions. Office management.
Box Folder
A16 4 General. 1944-1958.
A16 5 Reports. 1949-1962.
A16 6 Reports. Production. 1953-1957.
A16 7 Reports. Stockroom. 1957-1962.
A16 8 Staff. 1944-1958.
A16 9 Steno pool. 1951-1958.
A16 10 Stockroom. 1949-1954.
A16 11 Overseas. 1944-1945.
A16 12 Personnel and procedures. 1947-1960.
A16 13 Personnel and procedures. Health insurance. 1934-1954.
A16 14 Personnel and procedures. Manual. 1947-1961.
A16 15 Personnel and procedures. Pension. 1949-1955.
A16 16 Personnel and procedures. Reports. 1953-1962.
A16 17 Personnel and procedures. Union. 1948-1954.
A16 18 Planning and control. 1950-1956.
A16 19 Planning and control. Reports. 1957.
A16 20 Planning and control. Reports. 1958.
A16 21 Planning and control. Reports. 1959.
Departments and Divisions. Program Resources.
Box Folder
A16 22 Reports. Planning and control. 1955.
A16 23 Reports. Planning and control. 1956.
A16 24 Staff meetings. Minutes. 1954-1955.
A16 25 Staff meetings. Minutes. 1956.
Box Folder
A17 1 Staff meetings. Minutes. 1957.
A17 2 Staff meetings. Minutes. 1958.
A17 3 Staff meetings. Minutes. 1959.
Departments and Divisions. Public Information and Education.
Box Folder
A17 4 General. 1947-1953.
A17 5 Assumptions Committee. 1950.
A17 6 Budget. 1948-1954.
A17 7 Program and budget statements. 1950-1953.
A17 8 Reports. 1946-1954.
A17 9 Staff meetings. Minutes. 1949-1954.
A17 10 Surveys. 1950-1952.
A17 11 Public Reaction. 1940-1952.
[Note: The Department of Public Reaction was the predecessor of the Scientific Research Department.]
A17 12 Public Relations. 1940-1961.
A17 13 Public Relations. Reports. 1942-1946.
Departments and Divisions. Publications.
Box Folder
A17 14 General. 1943-1959.
A17 21 General. 1962-1989.
[Includes material related to Norman Podhoretz's analysis of Hannah Ahrendt's Eichmann in Jerusalem.
A17 15 Budget. 1947-1955.
A17 16 Budget. 1954-1962.
A17 17 Job descriptions. 1950-1960.
A17 18 Program statements. 1948-1959.
A17 19 Reports. General. 1946-1960.
A17 20 Reports. Distribution. 1955-1959.
Box Folder
A18 1 Reports. Monthly. 1954-1955.
A18 2 Reports. Monthly. 1956-1957.
A18 3 Reports. Monthly. 1958-1959.
A18 4 Reports. Monthly. 1960-1963.
A18 5 Reports. Production. 1957-1958.
A18 6 Reports. Review of the year. 1952-1954.
A18 7 Reports. Review of the year. 1955.
A18 8 Reports. Review of the year. 1956.
A18 9 Reports. Review of the year. 1957.
A18 10 Reports. Review of the year. 1958.
A18 11 Reports. Review of the year. 1959.
A18 12 Reports. Review of the year. 1960.
A18 13 Reports. Review of the year. 1961.
A18 14 Reports. Review of the year. 1962.
A18 15 Reports. Weil, Leonard. 1944-1949.
A18 16 Staff meetings. Minutes. 1954-1959.
A18 17 Publicity. 1948-1961.
A18 18 Publicity. Budget. 1952-1962.
A18 19 Publicity. Reports. 1944-1956.
A18 20 Publicity. Reports. Yiddish press specialist. 1954-1956.
A18 21 Radio and Television. 1948-1953.
A18 22 Radio and Television. Budget and finances. 1939-1960.
Departments and Divisions. Veterans.
Box Folder
A18 23 General. 1947-1957.
A18 24 Budget and finances. 1947-1960.
A18 25 Program. 1947-1958.
A18 26 Reports. 1946-1954.
A18 27 Reports. Monthly and bi-monthly. 1946-1949.
A18 28 Reports. Monthly and bi-monthly. 1950-1953.
A18 29 Reports. Monthly and bi-monthly. 1954-1958.
A18 30 Women's. 1956-1960.
A18 31 Women's. Reports. 1946-1960.
A18 32 Youth. 1945-1956.
Box Folder
A19 1 Youth. Budget and finances. 1952-1960.
A19 2 Youth. "Highlights of Youth Activities". 1946-1959.
A19 3 Youth. Program and objectives. 1945-1962.
A19 4 Youth. Reports. 1945-1956.
A19 5 Youth. Reports. Monthly and bi-monthly. 1945-1949.
A19 6 Displays and exhibits. 1948-1958.
[Note: This folder is described in its original location.]
A19 7 Youth. Reports. Monthly and bi-monthly. 1950-1960.
A19 8 Finance. 1953-1962.
A19 9 Finance. Accounting. 1936-1962.
A19 10 Finance. Accounting. Auditing. 1948-1963.
A19 11 Finance. Accounting. Auditing. Chapter records. 1951-1954.
A19 12 Finance. Accounting. Internal control. 1944-1958.
A19 13 Finance. Accounting. "Report on Office Procedures" by Leidesdorf, S.D. 1961-1962.
A19 14 Finance. Fund raising. Solicitation form letters. 1954-1961.
A19 15 Finance. Fund raising. Special Income Committee. 1953-1960.
A19 16 Finance. Fund raising. Special Income Committee. Staff. 1954.
A19 17 Finance. Fund raising. Speeches. 1950-1961.
A19 18 Finance. Fund raising. Study Committee. Greenman. 1958-1959.
A19 19 Finance. Fund raising. Study Committee. Rifkind. 1955-1956.
Bodies.
Box Folder
A19 20 General. 1955-1962.
Bodies. Administrative Board.
Box Folder
A19 21 General. 1954-1962.
A19 22 Agenda. 1955-1962.
A19 23 Attendance. 1947-1967.
A19 24 Attendance. Lists. 1944-1962.
A19 25 Background memos and mailings. 1955-1956.
A19 26 Background memos and mailings. 1957-1958.
A19 27 Background memos and mailings. 1959-1960.
A19 28 Background memos and mailings. 1961.
A19 29 Background memos and mailings. 1962.
Box Folder
A20 1 Chairmen's notes. 1955-1959.
A20 2 Chairmen's notes. 1960-1962.
A20 3 Membership. 1955-1957.
A20 4 Membership. 1958-1963.
A20 5 Membership. Undated.
A20 6 Membership. Under 40 Group. 1956-1962.
A20 7 Minutes. 1955.
A20 8 Minutes. 1956.
A20 9 Minutes. 1957.
A20 10 Minutes. 1958.
A20 11 Minutes. 1959.
A20 12 Minutes. 1960.
A20 13 Minutes. 1961.
A20 14 Minutes. 1962.
A20 15 Planning Committee. 1959-1961.
A20 16 Reports and speeches. 1955-1962.
A20 17 Resolutions and statements. 1953-1962.
A20 18 Summaries. Informal. 1955-1962.
Bodies. Administrative Committee.
Box Folder
A20 19 General. 1939-1954.
A20 20 Agenda. 1944-1955.
A20 21 Attendance. 1948-1954.
A20 22 Background and mailings. 1943-1950.
A20 23 Background and mailings. 1950-1951.
A20 24 Background and mailings. 1953-1955.
A20 25 Chairmen's notes. 1944-1955.
A20 26 Membership. 1944-1955.
Bodies. Executive Board.
Box Folder
A20 27 Attendance. 1954-1962.
A20 28 Attendance. Invitations. 1955-1962.
Box Folder
A21 1 Attendance. Invocation invitations. 1955-1962.
A21 2 Background memos and mailings. 1955-1956.
A21 3 Background memos and mailings. 1957-1958.
A21 4 Background memos and mailings. 1959.
A21 5 Background memos and mailings. 1960.
A21 6 Background memos and mailings. 1961.
A21 7 Background memos and mailings. 1962.
A21 8 Background memos and mailings. Area directors. 1955-1961.
A21 9 Background memos and mailings. Chapter participants. 1955-1962.
A21 10 Discussion chairman. 1956-1962.
A21 11 Discussion sessions. 1956-1962.
A21 12 Evaluations. 1957-1962.
A21 13 Evaluations. Report forms. 1961.
A21 14 Felicitations. 1955-1956.
A21 15 Finance. 1956-1962.
A21 16 Frequency Committee. 1962.
A21 17 Hospitality. 1959-1962.
A21 18 Meetings. Frequency. 1957-1962.
A21 19 Meetings. Frequency Committee. 1957-1962.
A21 20 Meetings. Timing Committee. 1962.
A21 21 Membership. 1955-1962.
A21 22 Membership. Lists. 1955-1956.
A21 23 Membership. Lists. 1957-1962.
A21 24 Minutes. 1955-1956.
A21 25 Minutes. 1957-1958.
A21 26 Minutes. 1959-1960.
A21 27 Minutes. 1961-1962.
A21 28 Notes and outlines. 1955-1960.
A21 29 Notes and outlines. 1961-1962.
Box Folder
A22 1 Planning. 1955-1962.
A22 2 Planning. Lay Committee. 1955-1962.
A22 3 Planning. Staff Committee. 1957-1962.
A22 4 Programs. 1955-1962.
A22 5 Publicity. 1955-1962.
A22 6 Publicity. Press releases. 1955-1959.
A22 7 Publicity. Press releases. 1960-1962.
A22 8 Reports. 1955-1962.
A22 9 Resolutions and statements. 1955.
A22 10 Resolutions and statements. 1956-1957.
A22 11 Resolutions and statements. 1958-1962.
A22 12 Resolutions and statements. Committee. 1955-1961.
A22 13 Sites. 1955-1962.
A22 14 Sites. Committee. 1960-1961.
A22 15 Southeast area conference. 1958.
A22 16 Speakers and participants. 1959-1962.
A22 17 Speeches. 1955-1956.
A22 18 Speeches. 1957.
A22 19 Speeches. 1958.
A22 24 Speeches. 1959.
A22 20 Speeches. 1960.
A22 21 Speeches. 1960.
A22 22 Speeches. January - October 1961.
A22 23 Speeches. January 1962.
Box Folder
A23 1 Speeches. November 1962.
A23 2 Statements. Distribution and acknowledgement. 1955-1959.
A23 3 Study Committee. 1958-1959.
A23 4 Summaries. 1955-1956.
A23 5 Summaries. 1957-1962.
Bodies. Executive Committee.
Box Folder
A23 6 General. 1945-1955.
A23 7 Agenda. 1945-1954.
A23 8 Agenda. Planning Committee. 1946-1954.
A23 9 Agenda. Planning Committee. 1954.
A23 10 Attendance and invitations. 1946-1955.
A23 11 Attendance and invitations. Lists. 1943-1951.
A23 12 Attendance and invitations. Lists. 1952-1956.
A23 13 Background memos and mailings. 1945-1948.
A23 14 Background memos and mailings. 1949-1950.
A23 15 Background memos and mailings. 1951-1952.
A23 16 Background memos and mailings. 1953-1956.
A23 17 Background memos and mailings. Area directors. 1951-1954.
A23 18 Chapter participation. 1947-1955.
A23 19 Membership. 1943-1955.
A23 20 Membership. Lists. 1943-1954.
A23 21 Minutes. 1944-1947.
A23 22 Minutes. 1948-1949.
A23 23 Minutes. 1950.
A23 24 Minutes. 1951-1952.
A23 25 Minutes. 1953-1954.
Box Folder
A24 1 Notes and outlines. 1945-1954.
A24 2 Publicity and press releases. 1945-1955.
A24 3 Reports. 1944-1949.
A24 4 Reports. 1950-1953.
A24 5 Resolutions and statements. 1940-1954.
A24 6 Resolutions and Statements. Committee. 1953-1954.
A24 7 Speeches. 1945-1952.
A24 8 Speeches. 1953-1954.
A24 9 Summaries. Unofficial. 1949-1954.
Bodies. General Committee.
Box Folder
A24 10 General. 1943-1960.
A24 11 By-laws. 1946-1954.
A24 12 Membership. 1941-1954.
A24 13 Membership. Chapter representation. 1944-1953.
A24 14 Membership. Members-at-large. 1944-1954.
A24 15 Membership. Organizations. 1942-1954.
Bodies. Steering Committee.
Box Folder
A24 16 General. 1955-1962.
A24 17 Agenda and attendance. 1954-1962.
A24 18 Background memos and mailings. 1945-1950.
A24 19 Background memos and mailings. 1951-1953.
A24 20 Background memos and mailings. 1954-1957.
A24 21 Background memos and mailings. 1958-1959.
A24 22 Background memos and mailings. 1960-1962.
A24 23 Membership. 1950-1964.
A24 24 Minutes. 1959-1960.
A24 25 Minutes. 1961-1962.
Institute of Human Relation.
Box Folder
A24 26 Name. 1956-1962.
A24 27 Plaques. 1958-1961.
A24 28 Plaques. Donors. 1958-1961.
Box Folder
A25 1 Plaques. Individual. 1959-1961.
A25 2 Plaques. Individual. Bloomingdale, Samuel. 1959-1960.
A25 3 Plaques. Individual. Blaustein, Jacob. 1959-1960.
A25 4 Plaques. Leadership. 1958-1960.
A25 5 Plaques. Mayor of Acre Tray. 1957-1961.
A25 6 Plaques. Walter Sign Corporation. 1959-1960.
A25 7 Press. 1960-1962.
A25 8 Program. 1947-1961.
A25 9 Program. Advisory bodies. 1961-1962.
A25 10 Publicity. 1956-1961.
A25 11 Publicity. Brochures. 1956-1958.
A25 12 Publicity. Chapters and communities. 1957-1960.
A25 13 Publicity. Committee Reporter. 1957-1959.
A25 14 Publicity. Magazines. 1959.
A25 15 Publicity. Photographs. 1959.
A25 16 Publicity. Press. 1955-1959.
A25 17 Publicity. Prospectus. 1956-1958.
A25 18 Reports. 1958-1961.
A25 19 Speeches and notes. 1956-1960.
A25 20 Speeches and notes. Blaustein, Jacob. 1956-1959.
A25 21 Speeches and notes. Ehrmann, Herbert. 1959.
A25 22 Speeches and notes. Engel, Irving M. 1956-1959.
A25 23 Speeches and notes. Sonnabend, A. M. 1957-1958.
Institute of Human Relation. Building Fund Campaign.
Box Folder
A25 24 General. 1956-1963.
A25 25 Annual meetings. Cocktail parties. 1958-1959.
A25 26 Breakfast meeting. 27 February 1958.
A25 27 Committee. 1956-1957.
A25 28 Committee. Membership. 1956-1957.
A25 29 Committee. Sonnabend, A. M. 1956-1959.
A25 30 Communities. 1956-1959.
A25 31 Communities. A-L. 1957-1961.
A25 32 Communities. M-Z. 1957-1961.
A25 33 Communities. Albany, New York. 1957-1958.
A25 34 Communities. Atlanta, Georgia. 1957-1962.
A25 35 Communities. Baltimore, Maryland. 1958-1959.
A25 36 Communities. Boston, Massachusetts. 1958.
A25 37 Communities. Buffalo, New York. 1957-1959.
Membership and Dues.
Box Folder
A25 38 Form letters. Solicitation. Chapter and personal. 1948-1959, Undated.
A25 39 Manuals. 1947-1962.
A25 40 Non-chapter. National. 1946-1961.
A25 41 Non-chapter. National. Lists. 1949-1958.
A25 42 Records and control. 1953-1959.
A25 43 Reports. 1947-1960.
A25 44 Monthly. 1948-1959.
A25 45 Sponsors and senior sustaining members. 1956-1961.
Box Folder
A26 1 Sponsors and senior sustaining members. Committee. 1958-1960.
A26 2 Sponsors and senior sustaining members. Form letters and mailings. 1958-1961.
A26 3 Sponsors and senior sustaining members. Lists. 1959-1961.
A26 4 Sponsors and senior sustaining members. Statistics. 1956-1961.
A26 5 Sponsors and senior sustaining members. Solicitation letters and lists. 1958-1960.
A26 6 Statistics. 1951-1958.
A26 7 Statistics. Analysis and comparatives. 1948-1960.
A26 8 Statistics. Areas. 1947-1960.
A26 9 Statistics. Chapters. 1947-1960.
A26 10 Statistics. Totals. 1947-1963.
National Advisory Council.
Box Folder
A26 11 General. 1939-1963.
A26 12 A-Z. 1955-1963.
A26 13 Agenda. 1955-1963.
A26 14 Attendance. 1955-1963.
A26 15 Background and mailings. 1955.
A26 16 Background and mailings. 1956-1959.
A26 17 Background and mailings. 1960-1963.
A26 18 Business and Industry. Ad Hoc Committee and Session. 1961-1963.
A26 19 By-laws. 1955-1959.
A26 20 Centralism. 1960.
A26 21 Chicago Advisory Council. 1960-1962.
A26 22 Comments from 1 November 1963 meeting. 1963-1964.
A26 23 Foreign Affairs. Ad Hoc Committee and Session. 1961-1962.
A26 24 Guests lists. 1955-1961.
A26 25 Interreligious. Ad Hoc Committee and Session. 1959-1963.
A26 26 Jewish attitude study. Riverton. 1955-1957.
A26 39 Lazarus, Fred. 1955-1963.
A26 27 Meeting notices and invitations. 1955-1963.
A26 28 Meeting planning. 1955-1963.
A26 29 Membership. 1955-1963.
A26 30 Membership. Lists. 1955-1963.
A26 31 Membership. Procedures. 1955-1959.
A26 32 Minutes. 1955-1959.
A26 33 Minutes. 1960-1963.
A26 34 Race relations session. 1 November 1963.
A26 35 Reports and recommendations. 1955-1963.
A26 36 Rosenwald, William. 1958-1963.
A26 40 Soviet Jewry. Ad hoc committee and session. 1962-1963.
A26 37 Speeches and chairman's notes. 1955-1959.
A26 38 Speeches and chairman's notes. 1960-1963.
Box Folder
A27 1 Ultra Right. Ad Hoc Committee and Session.. 1961-1962.
A27 2 Washington Advisory Board. 1955-1963.
Nominations Committee.
Box Folder
A27 3 General. 1948-1962.
A27 4 Agenda and attendance. 1947-1962.
Nominations Committee. Appointments and recommendations.
Box Folder
A27 5 General. 1945-1962.
A27 35 Administrative Board. Under 40 group. 1958.
A27 6 Administrative Board and Committee. 1947-1961.
A27 7 Board of Delegates. 1955-1961.
A27 8 Executive Board and Committee. 1946-1956.
A27 9 Executive Board and Committee. 1957-1962.
A27 10 General Committee. 1945-1955.
A27 11 National Advisory Council. 1955-1958.
A27 12 Nominating Committee. 1945-1962.
A27 13 Nominating Committee. Mailings to Executive Board and Committee. 1947-1962.
A27 14 Officers. 1945-1962.
A27 15 Mailings. Area directors. 1954-1962.
A27 16 Mailings. Nominating Committee. 1947-1962.
A27 17 Meeting notices. 1946-1962.
A27 18 Membership. 1947-1962.
A27 19 Minutes. 1954-1961.
A27 20 Reports. 1946-1961.
A27 21 Slates. 1946-1962.
[Note: Materials for 1949 are missing.]
A27 22 Slates. 1951-1962.
[Note: Materials for 1952 and 1956 are missing.]
A27 23 Special Committee. 1961.
A27 24 Office space. 1946-1955.
A27 25 Office space. Building sites. 1951-1961.
Officers.
Box Folder
A27 26 General. 1942-1964.
A27 27 Lists. 1945-1961.
A27 28 Presidents. 1949-1961, Undated.
A27 29 Receptions. 1956-1957.
A27 30 Receptions. Acceptances, agenda, and invitations. 1956-1957.
A27 31 Slates. 1947-1957.
A27 32 Vice Presidents. 1949-1959.
Organization.
Box Folder
A27 33 General. 1941-1958.
A27 34 Charts. 1941-1962.
Box Folder
A28 1 Manuals. 1953-1954.
A28 2 Statements of field, objectives, and structure. 1956.
A28 3 Statements of function and organization. 1956-1957.
A28 4 Studies and surveys. 1952-1958.
Organizational Restructure.
Box Folder
A28 5 General. 1943-1962.
A28 6 Committee on Agency Structure. 1959-1960.
A28 7 Committee on Agency Structure. Sub-Committee. 1959.
A28 8 Committee on Organizational Structure. 1962.
A28 9 Committee on Organizational Structure. Sub-Committee. 1959-1962.
A28 10 Program Structure Committee. 1952-1953.
[See also, Committees. Program structure. 1952-1953.]
A28 11 Proposals, reports, and speeches. 1959-1962.
Surveys.
Box Folder
A28 12 General. 1950-1954.
A28 13 Costs. 1950-1955.
A28 14 Koblentz. 12 September 1952.
A28 15 Koblentz. Memoranda. 1952.
A28 16 Koblentz. Memoranda and reports. 1952.
A28 17 Koblentz. Staff Policy Committee. Minutes. 1950-1952.
A28 18 Survey Institute. Yavner, Louis. General. 1948-1951.
A28 19 Survey Institute. Yavner, Louis. Committees. 1950-1953.
A28 20 Survey Institute. Yavner, Louis. Committees. Management and fiscal control. 1952-1953.
A28 21 Survey Institute. Yavner, Louis. Committees. Overall management survey. 1953-1955.
A28 22 Survey Institute. Yavner, Louis. Committees. Program structure. 1952-1953.
[See also, Program Structure Committee. 1952-1953.]
Box Folder
A29 1 Survey Institute. Yavner, Louis. Report. 31 August 1951.
A29 2 Survey Institute. Yavner, Louis. Staff comments. 1950-1952.
Participation Committee.
Box Folder
A29 3 General. 1955-1961.
A29 4 Agenda and attendance. 1955-1961.
A29 5 Correspondence. 1955-1960.
A29 6 Meeting notices. 1955-1961.
A29 7 Membership. Correspondence. 1954-1959.
A29 8 Membership. Invitations. 1955-1959.
A29 9 Membership. Suggested members. 1955-1961.
A29 10 Minutes. 1955-1961.
A29 11 Reports and notes. 1955-1960.
A29 12 Policy decisions. 1956-1962.
A29 13 Policy decisions. Reactions. 1957.
Programs.
Box Folder
A29 14 General. 1939-1949.
A29 15 General. 1950-1959.
A29 16 General. 1960-1962.
A29 17 General. Undated.
Programs. Activities.
Box Folder
A29 18 General. 1947-1962.
A29 19 Highlights. 1950-1962.
A29 20 Monthly reports. 1953.
A29 21 Monthly reports. 1954.
Box Folder
A30 1 Monthly reports. 1954-1955.
A30 2 Work in progress. 1956-1960.
A30 3 Advisory Committee. Staff. 1960-1962.
A30 4 Advisory Committee. Staff. Minutes and summaries. 1960-1962.
A30 5 Assumption study. 1947-1951.
A30 6 Budget cuts. 1950-1953.
A30 7 Committee. Staff. 1946-1950.
A30 8 Emphases. Committee. 1960-1961.
A30 9 Emphases. Jewish Communal Affairs. 1954-1956.
A30 10 Evaluation survey. 1958.
A30 11 Evaluation survey. Advisory Committee. Staff. 1958.
A30 12 Evaluation survey. Advisory Committee. Staff statement. 1958.
A30 13 Evaluation survey. Budget and Evaluation Committee. 1958.
A30 14 Field, objectives, and structure statement. 1956.
A30 15 Interpretation Committee. 1950-1952.
A30 16 Objective study. 1949.
A30 17 Operations Committee. Staff. 1960.
Programs. Planning.
Box Folder
A30 18 General. 1951-1960.
A30 19 "Abstracts of Departmental Program Statements". 1952.
A30 20 Background and emphases. Yearly. 1952-1957.
A30 21 Emphases. 1947-1962.
A30 22 Objectives. 1945-1959.
Box Folder
A31 1 Projects. 1946-1962.
A31 2 Committee. Lay. 1950-1961.
A31 3 Committee. Staff. General. 1952-1961.
A31 4 Committee. Staff. Agenda. 1953-1962.
A31 5 Committee. Staff. Background and mailing. 1952-1954.
A31 6 Committee. Staff. Background and mailing. 1955-1956.
A31 7 Committee. Staff. Background and mailing. 1957.
A31 8 Committee. Staff. Background and mailing. 1960-1962.
A31 9 Committee. Staff. Minutes and notes. 1952-1956.
A31 10 Projects. 1956-1959.
A31 11 Services. 1954.
A31 12 Speakers' manuals. 1947-1962.
A31 13 Special Projects Committee. 1962.
A31 14 Speeches. 1945-1959.
A31 15 Statement and budget. 1950-1956.
A31 16 Statement and budget. Preparation instructions. 1950-1959.
A31 17 Unites and costs for 1953. Priorities. 1953.
Programs. Washington Advisory Committee.
[See National Advisory Committee. Washington Advisory Board. 1955-1963.]
Box Folder
A31 18 "Work in Progress" newsletter. 1960-1961.
A31 19 "Work in Progress" newsletter. 1962.
Programs. Community Affairs.
Box Folder
A31 20 General. 1947-1962.
A31 21 American Jewish Committee in the community. 1948-1960.
Programs. Community Affairs. Area and Region Reports.
Box Folder
A31 22 Atlanta. 1957-1959.
A31 23 Central Atlantic. 1949-1955.
Box Folder
A32 1 Central Pacific and Northwest. 1956.
A32 2 Central Seaboard. 1955-1959.
A32 3 East Central. 1950-1962.
A32 4 Eastern. 1949.
A32 5 Illinois-Wisconsin. 1950-1951.
A32 6 Michigan. 1946-1961.
A32 7 New England. 1945-1959.
A32 8 New England. 1960-1962.
A32 9 New Jersey. 1961-1962.
A32 10 New York. 1948-1962.
A32 11 North Central. 1951-1959.
A32 12 Northeast. 1946-1950.
A32 13 Northeast. 1951-1953.
Box Folder
A33 1 Southeast. 1948-1962.
A33 2 Southern. 1946-1949.
A33 3 Southwest. 1948-1959.
A33 4 Southwest. 1959-1960.
Box Folder
A34 1 Southwest. 1961-1962.
A34 2 West Central. 1951-1959.
A34 3 West Central. 1960-1962.
A34 4 West Coast. 1946-1949.
A34 5 Western. 1950-1955.
Programs. Community Affairs. Area Offices.
Box Folder
A34 6 General. 1950-1961.
A34 7 A-Z. 1960-1962.
A34 8 Chicago, Illinois. 1950-1960.
A34 9 Cincinnati, Ohio. 1955-1961.
A34 10 District of Columbia. 1955-1962.
A34 11 Miami, Florida. 1952-1962.
A34 12 St. Louis, Missouri. 1951-1955.
A34 13 Seattle, Washington. 1950-1958.
A34 14 Area representatives. 1955-1960.
Programs. Community Affairs. Chapters.
Box Folder
A34 15 General. 1945-1957.
A34 16 General. 1956-1961.
Box Folder
A35 1 General. 1945-1949.
A35 2 General. 1950-1955.
A35 3 Acts of incorporation, charter, and by-laws. 1950-1959.
A35 4 Activities. 1947-1962.
A35 5 Activities. Highlights. 1947-1962.
A35 6 Activities. Leaders conferences. 1953-1954.
A35 7 Activities. Program recommendations. 1958-1961.
A35 8 "Chapters At Work" newsletter. 1955-1961.
A35 9 Committees. 1945-1958.
A35 10 Committees. A-Z. 1945-1960.
A35 11 Divisions. 1958-1960.
A35 12 Finance. 1947-1955.
A35 13 Finance. 1956-1962.
A35 14 Finance. Responsibilities. 1952-1962.
A35 15 Founders. 1950-1957.
A35 16 Inactive. 1953-1956.
A35 17 Large city representatives. 1961.
A35 18 Manuals. 1948-1962.
A35 19 Manuals. Leaders and speakers. 1953-1954.
A35 20 Meetings. 1947-1960.
A35 21 Officers. 1950-1961.
A35 22 Officers. Lists. 1946-1957.
Box Folder
A36 1 Community relations correspondence. 1958-1959.
Programs. Community Affairs. Conferences. Area and Regions.
Box Folder
A36 2 General. 1947-1961.
A36 3 Central Atlantic. 1953-1954.
A36 4 East Central. 1953-1955.
A36 5 Midwest. 1954-1955.
A36 6 Midwest. 1956-1957.
A36 7 Midwest. 1958-1959.
A36 8 New England. 1961-1962.
A36 9 New York State. 1953-1956.
A36 10 New York State. 1957-1960.
A36 11 Southeast. 1956-1959.
A36 12 Southeast-Southwest. 1959-1960.
A36 13 Southwest. 1956-1960.
A36 14 Western. 1953-1959.
A36 15 Western. 1961-1962.
A36 16 Departmental Program Statement. Stein study. 13 June 1952.
A36 17 Directories. 1947-1962.
A36 18 Field reports. Excerpted. 1950-1952.
A36 19 Field services. 1940-1961.
[See also, Trips and visits. 1947-1962.]
A36 20 Field services. Bennett study. 1949.
A36 21 Field services. Bulletin. 1947-1953.
Box Folder
A37 1 Field services. Committee. 1950-1955.
[See also, Community Activities Committee. Subcommittees. Programs and Field Services Committee. 1955-1957.]
A37 2 Field services. Community Relations Committees. 1948-1958.
A37 3 Field services. Non-chapters. 1949-1959.
A37 4 Literature distribution. 1949-1961.
A37 5 Literature distribution. Analysis. 1945-1958.
A37 6 Literature distribution. Committee. 1956.
A37 7 Literature distribution. Scientific Research Department Study. 1946-1947.
Programs. Community Affairs. Membership education.
Box Folder
A37 8 General. 1947-1961.
A37 9 Distribution groups. 1946-1962.
A37 10 Discussion groups. Questionnaire. 1946-1960.
A37 11 "Introducing AJC". Filmstrip. 1956-1959.
A37 12 "Introducing AJC". Questionnaire. 1956-1958.
A37 13 "Introducing AJC". Texts. 1956-1960.
A37 14 Membership Information Program. 1954-1959.
A37 15 Membership Information Program. Committees. 1956-1961.
A37 16 Workshops and roundtables. 1954-1961.
Programs. Community Affairs. National and Local Relations.
Box Folder
A37 17 General. 1948-1962.
A37 18 Area conferences. 1959.
A37 19 Area directors. 1951-1962.
A37 20 Berkley, E. Bertram. 1958-1961.
A37 21 Committee. Marshal, James. 1959-1961.
A37 22 Committee. Minutes. 1952-1961.
A37 23 Committee. Waterman, Elise M.. 1958-1959.
A37 24 Committee. Reports. 1960-1961.
Box Folder
A38 1 Staff conferences and seminars. Summaries of proceedings. 1951-1954.
A38 2 Staff conferences and seminars. Summaries of proceedings. 1955-1957.
A38 3 Stein study. 1951-1952.
A38 4 Trips and visits. 1947-1962.
[See also, Field Services. 1940-1961.]
A38 5 Trips and visits. American Jewish Committee and Anti-Defamation League. 1946-1947.
A38 6 Trips and visits. Reports. 1945-1962.
A38 7 Trips and visits. Schedules. 1948-1961.
A38 8 Units. 1955-1962.
Programs. Community Affairs. Workshops.
Box Folder
A38 9 Chapters. 1952-1959.
A38 10 Chapter and Unit Chairmen. 1959-1962.
A38 11 Chapter and Unit Chairmen. Minutes. 1958-1962.
A38 12 Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen. 1958.
A38 13 Membership Chairmen. 1956.
A38 14 Metropolitan chapters. 1958.
A38 15 Non-chapters. 1955-1957.
A38 16 Treasures. 1956-1958.
Programs. Community Affairs. Community Activities Committee.
Box Folder
A38 17 General. 1946-1955.
A38 18 General. 1955-1961.
A38 19 Aaron, Ely M. 1955-1960.
A38 20 Agenda, attendance, and mailings. 1948-1955.
A38 21 Agenda. 1955-1962.
A38 22 Attendance. 1954-1962.
A38 23 Mailings. 1955-1962.
A38 24 Membership. 1955-1961.
A38 25 Minutes. 1945-1954.
A38 26 Minutes. 1954-1959.
Box Folder
A39 1 Minutes. 1960-1962.
A39 2 Reports. 1945-1954.
A39 3 Reports. 1955-1962.
A39 4 Reports. Annual. 1956.
A39 5 Reports. Highlights. 1955-1960.
A39 6 Steering Committee. 1950-1955.
A39 7 Steering Committee. 1955-1957.
A39 8 Steering Committee. Agenda and mailings. 1955-1957.
A39 9 Steering Committee. Minutes. 1955-1958.
Programs. Community Affairs. Community Activities Committee. Subcommittees.
Box Folder
A39 10 General. 1954-1962.
A39 11 Area conference planning and speakers. 1958-1959.
A39 12 Budget. 1954-1957.
A39 13 Budget. Minutes. 1954-1960.
A39 14 Budget. Personnel. 1957-1960.
A39 15 Communications. 1957-1961.
A39 16 Program. 1956-1961.
A39 17 Program. Agenda and mailings. 1955-1961.
A39 18 Program. Minutes. 1955-1961.
A39 19 Program. Reports. 1957.
A39 20 Program and Field Services [Committee]. 1955-1957.
[See also, Field Services. Committee. 1950-1955.]
A39 21 Program and Field Services. Agenda and mailings. 1955-1957.
A39 22 Program and Field Services. Minutes. 1955-1956.
A39 23 Program and Field Services. Reports. 1955-1959.
Programs. Domestic Affairs.
Box Folder
A39 24 General. 1948-1961.
A39 25 Background and emphases. 1952-1962.
A39 26 Background and emphases. Program statements. 1954-1958.
Programs. Domestic Affairs. Committee.
Box Folder
A39 27 General. 1947-1961.
A39 28 Agenda. 1949-1961.
A39 29 Attendance and invitations. 1951-1959.
A39 30 Background and mailings. 1948-1951.
Box Folder
A40 1 Background and mailings. 1952-1957.
A40 2 Background and mailings. 1958-1959.
A40 3 Background and mailings. 1960-1962.
A40 4 Membership. 1951-1959.
A40 5 Membership. Chapter representatives. 1955-1960.
A40 6 Minutes. 1948-1949.
A40 7 Minutes. 1950-1954.
A40 8 Minutes. 1955-1957.
A40 9 Minutes. 1958-1959.
A40 10 Minutes. 1960-1962.
A40 11 Reports. 1953-1960.
A40 12 Scope and function. 1949-1956.
A40 13 Subcommittees. 1955-1959.
A40 14 Lay Committees. 1951-1959.
A40 15 Program highlights. 1952.
A40 16 Program Planning Committee. 1955-1956.
A40 17 Program recommendations. 1952; 1963.
A40 18 Program. Domestic Defense. Policy Committee. 1945-1948.
A40 19 Program. Domestic Defense. Policy Committee. Minutes. 1944-1947.
A40 20 Program. Domestic Program Committee. 1946-1948.
Program. Foreign Affairs.
Box Folder
A40 21 General. 1945-1962.
A40 22 Activities and programs. 1945-1961.
A40 23 Activities and programs. Evaluations and recommendations. 1945-1958.
A40 24 Activities and programs. Highlights.
Box Folder
A41 1 Annual meeting. 1952-1962.
A41 2 Annual meeting. Round Tables. 1951-1959.
A41 3 Background and emphasis. 1951-1955.
A41 4 Background and emphasis. 1956-1958.
A41 5 Chapter participation. 1950-1960.
Program. Foreign Affairs. Committee.
Box Folder
A41 6 General. 1948-1962.
A41 7 Agenda and attendance. 1947-1962.
A41 8 Background memos. General. 1948-1962.
A41 9 Background memos. A-Z. 1953-1960.
A41 10 Background memos. Community services. 1956-1962.
A41 11 Background memos. Egypt. 1956-1958.
A41 12 Background memos. Europe. 1948-1961.
A41 13 Background memos. Germany. 1947-1961.
A41 14 Background memos. Italy and Vatican. 1958-1961.
A41 15 Background memos. Latin America. 1955-1962.
A41 16 Background memos. Morocco. 1955-1961.
A41 17 Background memos. North Africa. 1955-1962.
A41 18 Background memos. Poland. 1957-1958.
A41 19 Background memos. Soviet. 1955-1962.
A41 20 Background memos. Tunisia. 1956-1959.
A41 21 Chairmen's notes. Friedman, Ralph. 1959-1962.
A41 22 Chairmen's notes. Stroock, Alan M. 1955-1960.
A41 23 Chapter participation and representation. 1954-1960.
A41 24 Joint meetings. 1953-1959.
A41 25 Mailings and meetings notices. 1946-1962.
A41 26 Membership. 1946-1962.
A41 27 Minutes. 1945-1951.
A41 28 Minutes. 1952-1953.
Box Folder
A42 1 Minutes. 1956.
A42 2 Minutes. 1957.
A42 3 Minutes. 1958.
A42 4 Minutes. 1959-1960.
A42 5 Minutes. 1961-1962.
A42 6 Questionnaire. 1960.
A42 7 Reports. 1947-1962.
A42 8 Resolution and statements. 1946-1960.
A42 9 Restructure. 1946-1955.
A42 10 Scope and functions. 1949-1957.
A42 11 Special assignments. 1961-1963.
A42 12 Speeches. 1956-1957.
A42 13 Subcommittees. General. 1948-1961.
A42 14 Subcommittees. European Affairs. 1948-1955.
A42 15 Subcommittees. European Affairs. Minutes. 1948-1954.
A42 16 Subcommittees. Executives. 1948-1952.
A42 17 Subcommittees. Latin America. 1948-1956.
A42 18 Subcommittees. Near Eastern. 1947-1953.
A42 19 Subcommittees. Peace Problems. Palestine. 1946-1947.
A42 20 Foreign correspondents. 1946-1961.
A42 21 Foreign correspondents. Conference. August-December 1948.
A42 22 Foreign correspondents. Powers of attorney. 1947-1948.
A42 23 Foreign correspondents. Reporting. 1947-1960.
Program. Foreign Affairs. Paris office. Europe and North Africa.
Box Folder
A42 24 General. 1946-1958.
A42 25 Budget and finance. 1946-1962.
A42 26 Correspondents. 1946-1947.
A42 27 Correspondents. January-April 1948.
A42 28 Correspondents. May-August 1948.
A42 29 Correspondents. 1948.
A42 30 Correspondents. 1949.
Box Folder
A43 1 Correspondents. 1950.
A43 2 Correspondents. 1951.
A43 3 Correspondents. 1952.
A43 4 Correspondents. 1953.
A43 5 Correspondents. 1954.
A43 6 Correspondents. 1955.
A43 7 Correspondents. 1956.
A43 8 Correspondents. 1957.
A43 9 Correspondents. 1958.
A43 10 Correspondents. 1959.
A43 11 Correspondents. 1960.
A43 12 Correspondents. 1961.
A43 13 Newsletter. 1947-1949.
A43 14 Program for foreign office. 1946-1954.
A43 15 Reports. 1948-1949.
A43 16 Reports. 1950-1951.
A43 17 Reports. 1952-1954.
A43 18 Parris office. Speaking engagements in the United States. 1950-1961.
A43 19 Program planning. 1948-1958.
A43 20 Publications. 1949-1962.
A43 21 Receptions and functions. 1952-1962.
A43 22 Receptions and functions. Bonnet, Henri. 3 January 1955
A43 23 Receptions and functions. Overseas guests. 1959.
A43 24 Reports. 1945-1960.
A43 25 Representatives to foreign governments. 1954.
A43 26 Speeches. Shuster, Zachariah. 1953-1962.
A43 27 Staff committee. Minutes. 1948.
A43 28 Visits. 1948-1962.
A43 29 Visits. Foreign guests. 1958-1961.
A43 30 Visits. American Jewish Committee missions. 1954-1962.
Program. Foreign Affairs. Visits. American Jewish Committee missions. Europe, Israel, and North Africa trip.
Box Folder
A43 31 General. 1957.
A43 32 Background memos. 1957.
A43 33 Itineraries and schedules. 1957.
A43 34 Participants. 1957.
A43 35 Pope Pius XII. 1957.
A43 36 Press. 1957.
Box Folder
A44 1 Press clippings. 1957.
A44 2 Press releases. 1957.
A44 3 Reports. 1957.
A44 4 Speeches. 1957.
A44 5 Statements. 1957.
A44 6 Thank you letters. 1957.
Public Relations and Publicity.
Box Folder
A44 7 General. 1941-1962.
A44 8 Blaustein, Jacob. 1946-1960.
A44 9 Committee. 1942-1959.
A44 10 Committee. Minutes. 1944-1945.
A44 11 Local publicity. Chapters and regions. 1942-1959.
A44 12 Policy and procedures. 1944-1961.
A44 13 Press releases. 1948-1960.
A44 14 Reactions. 1942-1958.
Publications.
Box Folder
A44 15 General. 1940-1949.
A44 16 General. 1950-1962.
A44 17 A-Z. 1951-1962.
A44 18 American Jewish Committee Proposed monthly publications. 1949.
Publications. Annual reports.
Box Folder
A44 19 General. 1945-1958.
A44 20 Blaustein, Jacob. 1957-1958.
A44 21 Correspondence. 1947-1962.
A44 22 Distribution. 1944-1961.
A44 23 Interoffice memoranda. 1944-1961.
A44 24 Notes for preparation. 1960-1961.
A44 25 Reactions. 1958-1961.
A44 26 "Articles of Interest". 1942-1962.
A44 27 "Articles of Interest". 1948-1949.
A44 28 "Articles of Interest". Questionnaire. 1941-1949.
A44 29 "Articles of Interest". Reactions to discontinuance. 1949-1950.
A44 30 "Behind the Headlines". 1953-1962.
A44 31 Budget and finance. 1949-1961.
A44 32 Committees. 1944-1956.
A44 33 Coordination and procedures. 1946-1963.
A44 34 Distribution and promotion. 1933-1962.
A44 35 Distribution and promotion. Community Affairs Department. 1949-1959.
A44 36 "Events in Brief". 1948-1953.
Box Folder
A45 1 "Evidence". 1950-1959.
A45 2 Fiftieth anniversary. 1956-1957.
A45 3 "Foreign Scene". 1949-1955.
A45 4 "For Your Information". 1955-1961.
A45 5 "Home Front". 1944-1951.
A45 6 Institutional literature. 1951-1962.
A45 7 Inventory and disposal. 1952-1955.
A45 8 Lists of books and pamphlets. 1948-1962.
A45 9 Mailings. 1946-1959.
A45 10 "Materials in Production". 1949.
A45 11 "Negro Press Digest". 1962.
A45 12 News bulletins and newsletters. 1934-1961.
A45 13 "Newslines". 1960.
A45 14 Non-American Jewish Committee. Distributions. 1955-1960.
A45 15 Non-American Jewish Committee. Mailings. 1957-1959.
A45 16 Requisitions. 1956-1959.
A45 17 "Pen is Mightier than the Sword". 1950-1956.
A45 18 Program. 1948-1960.
A45 19 "Program Highlights". 1955-1959.
A45 20 "Program Notes". 1955.
A45 21 "Report from Israel". 1958-1961.
A45 22 Reprints. 1955-1961.
A45 23 School Calendar. 1953-1960.
A45 24 "Staff Briefs". 1955.
A45 25 Yiddish News Digest. 1945-1961.
Publications. American Jewish Year Book.
Box Folder
A45 26 General. 1941-1949.
A45 27 General. 1950-1953.
A45 28 General. 1951-1956.
A45 29 General. 1954-1963.
A45 30 Advisory Committee. Correspondence and general. 1949-1959.
A45 31 Advisory Committee. Minutes. 1950-1956.
A45 47 Annual production costs. 1950-1956.
A45 32 Budget and finance. 1947-1952.
A45 33 Contract. 1949-1955.
A45 34 Contributors. 1945-1961.
A45 35 Demography. 1951-1956.
A45 36 Distribution, promotion, and sales. 1945-1961.
A45 37 Handbook and procedure manual. 1953.
A45 38 Index. 1951.
A45 39 Jackets. 1951-1958.
A45 40 Jewish Publication Society. 1941-1949.
A45 41 Jewish Publication Society. 1950-1959.
A45 42 Library and Advisory Committee. 1946-1956.
A45 43 Mailings. 1947-1961.
A45 44 Printers. 1950-1961.
A45 45 Publicity and promotion. 1950-1958.
A45 46 Publicity and reviews. 1942-1962.
Box Folder
A46 1 Reporting. 1944-1960.
A46 2 Resolution and statements policy. 1954-1957.
A46 3 Speakers. 1945-1959.
A46 4 Speakers. Committee. 1955-1957.
A46 5 Speakers. Guides, manuals, and outlines. 1947-1963.
Staff and Staff Policy.
Box Folder
A46 6 General. 1933-1961.
A46 7 Association. 1941-1944.
A46 8 Appointments and changes. 1942-1963.
A46 9 Attendance and time sheets. 1949-1959.
A46 10 Budget and finances. 1950-1960.
A46 11 Classifications. 1943-1955.
A46 12 Classifications. Clerical. 1954.
A46 13 Classification. Professional. 1954.
Staff and Staff Policy. Classification and compensation survey.
[Note: Survey was conducted by Charles Koblentz, management consultant.]
Box Folder
A46 14 General. 1953.
A46 15 Grades and classes of positions. 1953.
A46 16 Job descriptions and functions. 1953.
A46 17 Overall Management Committee. 1953.
A46 18 Report. Clerical positions. 1953.
A46 19 Report. Professional positions. 1953.
A46 20 Salaries and increments. 1953.
A46 21 Salary and employment practices. Non-professional organizations. 1953.
Staff and Staff Policy. Committee.
Box Folder
A46 22 General. 1947-1962.
A46 23 Administrative staff. 1943-1947.
A46 24 Advisory. 1954-1962.
A46 25 Advisory. Agenda and notices. 1955-1962.
A46 26 Advisory. Background. 1961-1962.
Box
A47 Membership Development Department records. 1955-1966. [40 folders]
Historical Note: This department was disbanded in June 1974, upon the retirement of Nathan Weisman.
Scope and Content Note: Consists of alphabetical files (subject and administrative) of Membership Development Department, including general material and specific topics A-C.
Series B. Executive Papers. 1933-1963. [10 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Folders labeled with "reference" include AJC publications.
Arrangement Note: This series contains two subseries: Subseries 1. Irving M. Engel. 1945-1963. and Subseries 2. Joseph Proskauer. 1933-1958.
Subseries 1. Irving M. Engel. 1945-1963. [6 record cartons]
Arrangement Note: This subseries contains three sections: Section i. Displaced Persons Citizens Committee. 1945-1963., Section ii. Correspondence. 1945-1963., and Section iii. Subject Files. 1945-1963.
Section i. Displaced Persons Citizens Committee. 1945-1963.
Scope and Content Note: Includes subject files on congressional bills, legislative process and politics, hearings, immigration; clippings, correspondence, and reference materials.
Arrangement Note: Arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
B1 1 Displaced Persons Citizens Committee. 1946, Undated.
B1 2 Displaced Persons Citizens Committee. 1947, Undated.
B1 3 Displaced Persons Citizens Committee. 1948.
B1 4 Displaced Persons Citizens Committee. 1949.
B1 5 Congressional bills and Congressional Record extracts. 1947-1950.
B1 6 Congressional/Washington [D.C.] items. 1946-1947.
B1 7 Congressional/Washington [D.C.] items. 1947-1948.
B1 8 Congressional/Washington [D.C.] items. 1948-1950.
B1 9 House of Representative hearings 1947.
B1 10 Immigration. May 1947.
B1 11 Immigration. June - August 1947.
B1 12 Immigration. September - October 1947.
B1 13 Immigration. November - December 1947.
B1 14 Issuances. 1947-1950.
B1 15 "The Light" [official bulletin] 1947-1948.
B1 16 McCarran-Walter Bill. 1951.
B1 17 McCarran-Walter Bill. 1952.
B1 18 McCarran-Walter Bill. January - March 1953.
B1 19 McCarran-Walter Bill. April - December 1953.
B1 20 McCarran-Walter Bill. January - August 1954.
Box Folder
B2 1 Reference materials. 1945-1950.
B2 2 Reference materials. 1946-1949.
B2 3 Resolutions and hearings. 1945-1947, Undated.
B2 4 Resolutions and hearings. 1948.
B2 5 Resolutions and hearings. 1949.
B2 6 Clippings. 1946-1947.
B2 7 Clippings. 1947.
B2 8 Clippings. 1949-1950.
B2 9 Correspondence. 1945 - November 1946.
B2 10 Correspondence. December 1946.
B2 11 Correspondence. January - February 1947.
B2 12 Correspondence. March 1947.
B2 13 Correspondence. April 1947.
B2 14 Correspondence. January - February 1948.
B2 15 Correspondence. March - April 1948.
B2 16 Correspondence. May 1948.
B2 17 Correspondence. June 1948.
B2 18 Correspondence. July 1948.
B2 19 Correspondence. August - September 1948.
B2 20 Correspondence. October - December 1948.
B2 21 Correspondence. January - February 1949.
B2 22 Correspondence. March - June 1949.
B2 23 Correspondence. August - October 1949.
B2 24 Correspondence. November 1949 - March 1950.
B2 25 Correspondence. April 1950 - April 1953.
Section ii. Correspondence. 1945-1963.
Arrangement Note: Arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
B3 1 Correspondence. May 1945 - December 1946.
B3 2 Correspondence. 1947.
B3 3 Correspondence. January - May 1948.
B3 4 Correspondence. June - December 1948.
B3 5 Correspondence. January - April 1949.
B3 6 Correspondence. May - August 1949.
B3 7 Correspondence. September 1949 - February 1950.
B3 8 Correspondence. March - July 1950.
B3 9 Correspondence. May - June 1950.
Box Folder
B4 1 Correspondence. August 1950 - March 1951.
B4 2 Correspondence. April - August 1951.
B4 3 Correspondence. September - December 1951.
B4 4 Correspondence. January - April 1952.
B4 5 Correspondence. May - November 1952.
B4 6 Correspondence. December 1952 - March 1953.
B4 7 Correspondence. April - July 1953.
B4 8 Correspondence. August - December 1953.
Box Folder
B5 1 Correspondence. January - May 1954.
B5 2 Correspondence. June 1954.
B5 3 Correspondence. July - August 1954.
B5 4 Correspondence. September - December 1954.
B5 5 Correspondence. 1958.
[Correspondence for years 1955-1957 is missing.]
B5 6 Correspondence. January - April 1959.
B5 7 Correspondence. May - December 1959.
Box Folder
B6 1 Correspondence. 1960.
B6 2 Correspondence. 1961.
B6 3 Correspondence. 1962.
B6 4 Correspondence. 1963.
Section iii. Subject Files. 1954-1963.
Scope and Content Note: Includes files on Jewish organizations, Arab boycott, civil rights, fiftieth anniversary committee, Israel's tenth anniversary, soviet Jews, foreign relations, and purchase of AJC property (165 East 56th Street [New York, N.Y.]).
Arrangement Note: Arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
B6 5 American Council for Judaism. 1957-1959.
B6 6 American Jewish League Against Communism. 1953.
B6 7 American Jewish Tercentenary. 1951-1956.
B6 8 Arab boycott matter. AJC meeting with President John F. Kennedy. 1962-1963.
B6 9 Committee on Civil Rights in Manhattan, Inc. 1956-1958.
B6 10 Communist infiltration. 1954.
B6 11 Consultative Council on Jewish Organizations. 1957-1959.
B6 12 Eban, Abba conference. 1956.
B6 13 Fabian, Dr. Bela. 1952-1953.
B6 14 Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration, Committee for the 1955-1958.
B6 15 Humane Slaughter Bill. 1958-1959.
B6 16 Informal Conference Group on Islamic Group. 1957-1958.
B6 17 Israel's Tenth Anniversary, Celebration of 1957-1958.
B6 18 Khrushchev. Jews in the Soviet Union. 1959.
B6 19 Ladejinsky case. 1958.
B6 20 Middle East press conference. 1956.
B6 21 National Advisory Council. 1955-1959.
B6 22 National Council of Jewish Women. 1954.
B6 23 Nehru-India-Israel relations. 1956.
B6 24 "Of Freedom and Faith". 1956.
B6 25 Project Concord. 1958-1959.
B6 26 Purchase of AJC property -- 165 East 56th Street [New York, N.Y.] 1956.
B6 27 Russian Deputy Prime Minister A.E. Mikoyan. Meeting regarding "Biro-Bidjan" and other. 1955-1956. 1959.
B6 28 "Studies in Prejudice". 1953-1954.
Box Folder
-- -- Soviet Jews.
[See Khrushchev. Jews in the Soviet Union. 1959.]
Box Folder
B6 29 United HIAS Service. 1956.
B6 30 World Jewish Organization (proposed). 1956-1958.
Subseries 2. Joseph Proskauer. 1933-1958. [4 record cartons]
Arrangement Note: This subseries contains two sections: Section i. Correspondence. 1933-1958. and Section ii. Subject Files. 1937-1958.
Section i. Correspondence. 1933-1958.
Scope and Content Note: See also, Section ii. Subject Files. 1937-1958. for subject specific correspondence.
Arrangement Note: Arranged chronologically
Box Folder
B7 1 Correspondence. 1933. 1939-1942.
B7 2 Correspondence. January 1943.
B7 3 Correspondence. February 1943.
B7 4 Correspondence. March 1943.
B7 5 Correspondence. April 1943.
B7 6 Correspondence. May - June 1943.
B7 7 Correspondence. July - September 1943.
B7 8 Correspondence. October - November 1943.
B7 9 Correspondence. December 1943.
B7 10 Correspondence. January 1944.
B7 11 Correspondence. February 1944.
B7 12 Correspondence. March 1944.
B7 13 Correspondence. April 1944.
B7 14 Correspondence. May 1944.
B7 15 Correspondence. June - August 1944.
B7 16 Correspondence. September 1944.
B7 17 Correspondence. 1945-1946.
B7 18 Correspondence. 1947.
B7 19 Correspondence. 1948.
B7 20 Correspondence. 1949.
B7 21 Correspondence. 1950.
B7 22 Correspondence. 1951.
B7 23 Correspondence. 1952.
B7 24 Correspondence. 1953.
B7 25 Correspondence. 1954.
B7 26 Correspondence. 1955.
B7 27 Correspondence. 1956.
B7 28 Correspondence. 1957.
B7 29 Correspondence. 1958.
Section ii. Subject Files. 1937-1958.
Scope and Content Note: Includes file on Jewish organizations, annual meetings, anti-discrimination and legislation, Commentary newsletter, Emergency Committee, foreign affairs, human and civil rights, Israel, joint defense appeal, Palestine immigration and platform, peace, and the American Jewish tercentenary.
Arrangement Note: Arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
B7 30 Administrative Committee. 1943-1944.
B7 31 American Council for Judaism. 1950.
B7 32 American Jewish Conference. January - May 1943.
B7 33 American Jewish Conference. June 1943.
B7 34 American Jewish Conference. 1943-1948.
Box Folder
B8 1 American Jewish Conference. Withdrawal. 1943.
B8 2 American Palestine Institute. 1944-1945.
B8 3 Annual meeting. 1944.
B8 4 Annual meeting. 1944-1945.
B8 5 Annual meeting. 1945-1946.
B8 6 Annual meeting. 1946-1947.
B8 7 Annual meeting. 1947-1948.
B8 8 Annual meeting. 1948-1949.
B8 9 Annual meeting. 1949-1951.
B8 10 Annual meeting. 1955
B8 11 Annual meeting. Congratulations. 1943.
B8 12 Annual meeting. Nominating Committee. 1941-1942.
B8 13 Annual meeting. Nominating Committee. Herbert Lehman. 1942.
B8 14 Anti-discrimination. 1944-1945.
B8 15 Anti-discrimination Bill. 1945
B8 16 Armed forces. Jews. 1942.
B8 17 Belgium. 1945.
B8 18 Biographical items. 1947-1949.
B8 41 British loan. 1946.
B8 19 "Brotherhood". 1944-1945.
B8 20 Chapters. 1944-1945.
B8 21 Chapters. 1946-1958.
B8 22 Chapters. Community Activities Committee. 1944-1948.
B8 23 Civil rights. 1940's.
B8 24 Commentary. 1946-1958.
B8 25 Commentary. Management report. 1953.
B8 26 Committee of Six. 1943-1945.
B8 27 Consultative Council on Jewish Organizations. 1948-1952.
[See also, London conference of Jewish organizations. 1945-1946.]
B8 28 Displaced persons. 1946-1953.
Domestic Public Relations Committee.
[See Reorganization. 1944.]
Box Folder
B8 29 Education in Germany. 1948.
B8 30 Emergency Committee. 1943.
B8 31 Emergency Committee. 1943-1944.
B8 32 Emergency Committee. 1944.
B8 33 Emergency Committee. Memoranda and other. 1937-1944.
European recovery.
[See Marshall Plan Committee. 1947-1948.]
Box Folder
B8 34 Executive Committee. 1940-1958.
B8 35 Fiftieth Anniversary 1956-1957.
B8 36 Foreign Affairs Committee. 1945-1958.
[See Steering and Foreign Affairs Committees. 1945-1958.]
B8 42 Fraternities. 1948.
B8 37 Genocide. 1950.
B8 38 Human rights. 1945-1953.
B8 39 Human Rights Committee and Materials. 1944-1951.
B8 40 Hungarian situation. 1944-1946.
Immigration.
[See Displaced persons. 1946-1953.]
Box Folder
B9 1 Israel. 1949.
B9 2 Israel. 1954.
B9 3 Israel. 1958.
B9 4 Israel. Embassy. 1955-1957.
B9 5 Israel. State Department. 1953-1956.
B9 6 Israel. State Department. 1954-1957.
B9 7 Joint Defense Appeal. 1946-1951.
B9 8 Joint Defense Appeal. Fund raising. 1941-1947.
B9 9 Joint Defense Appeal. St. Louis Conference. 1946-1947.
B9 10 Latin America. 1945-1947.
B9 11 Legal Committee. 1943-1947.
B9 12 London Conference of Jewish Organization. 1945-1946.
[Includes photographs. See also, Consultative Council on Jewish Organizations. 1948-1952.]
Marshall Meeting.
[See State Department. 1947.]
Box Folder
B9 13 Marshall Plan Committee. 1947-1948.
B9 14 Mayor's Committee on Unity. 1948.
B9 15 Neo-Nazism in Europe. 1951.
B9 16 Palestine. Undated.
B9 17 Palestine. Correspondence. 1946.
B9 18 Palestine. Correspondence. 1947.
B9 19 Palestine. Correspondence. 1948.
B9 20 Palestine. Executive Committee. 1946.
B9 21 Palestine. Immigration. 1944-1945.
B9 22 Palestine. Immigration. 1945-1946.
B9 23 Palestine. Platform. 1942-1945.
B9 24 Palestine. Platform. Clippings and extracts. 1943-1945.
B9 25 Palestine. Platform. References. 1941-1943.
B9 26 Palestine. Platform. Statement of Views. 1942.
B9 27 Palestine. Platform. Statement of Views. 1947-1948.
B9 28 Peace conference. Paris. 1946.
B9 29 Peace problems. 1944-1946.
B9 30 Peace treaties. 1947.
B9 31 Platform plank elections. 1944.
Box Folder
B10 1 Poland/Polish situation. 1944-1946.
B10 2 Released time. 1950-1952.
B10 3 Released time. Publications and briefs. 1948-1951.
B10 4 Reorganization. 1944.
B10 5 Restitution. 1947-1955.
B10 6 Rumania-Bulgaria. 1944-1945.
B10 7 Sargent, Porter. 1946.
B10 8 Speeches. 1948-1955.
B10 9 State Department. 1947.
B10 10 Statistical Bureau (Jewish). 1947.
B10 11 Steering and Foreign Affairs Committee. 1945-1958.
B10 12 Survey Committee. 1946.
B10 13 Tercentenary. American Jewish Tercentenary Committee. 1951-1955.
B10 14 Tercentenary. Art exhibit. 1954.
B10 15 Tercentenary. Joint Legislative Committee for American Jewish Tercentenary. 1954-1955.
B10 16 Tercentenary. New York City. 1955.
B10 17 Tercentenary. Philadelphia. 1954.
B10 18 Tercentenary. Washington D.C. 1954.
B10 19 Tributes. Undated.
B10 20 Van Gogh purchase. Undated.
B10 21 Wise, Stephen S. (Rabbi) 1945-1946.
B10 22 World Jewish Congress. 1940-1944.
B10 23 World [Jewish] Organization (proposed). 1956-1957.
Series C. Intergroup and Social Action Department. 1939-1980. [77.5 record cartons]
Historical Note: In the late twentieth century, the American Jewish Committee merged its Domestic Affairs Department (DAD) and its Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department (IRSA). There may therefore be some overlap between this series and Series D. Domestic Affairs Department. Additionally, as noted in the scope and content note to Series E. Civil Rights and Social Action Department (CRSA), there may be some shared material between the IRSA and CRSA departments as well.
Arrangement Note: Arranged in nine subseries: Subseries 1. Director's Office. 1960-1977; Subseries 2. Program Consultant. 1954-1979; Subseries 3. Legal Division. 1939-1977; Subseries 4. Business and Industry Division. 1949-1974; Subseries 5. Community Relations and Ethnic Minorities Consultants. 1968-1973; Subseries 6. Education Division. 1970-1980; Subseries 7. Housing Division. 1969-1976; Subseries 8. Race Division. 1960-1976; and Subseries 9. Social Discrimination Division. 1957-1975.
Subseries 1. Director's Office. 1960-1977 (bulk 1968-1976). [13 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Includes research and budget reports, administrative memos, inter-office correspondence, meeting minutes, and similar materials. Of particular interest are meeting minutes which can be found in indicated administrative files (boxes C2, C5, C7, C8, and C9) as well as agendas and reports from meetings scattered throughout the administrative files.
Arrangement Note: Original order maintained. The files are organized into four rough spans of time covered: 1968-1971 (boxes C1-C6), 1972 (C7-C9), 1973 (C9-C11), and 1974-1976 (C11-C13). Each such span begins with a section of general administrative files, followed by other sections, often including administrative files covering the workings of area offices and general files alphabetized by subject. Not all files are ordered or named consistently. Some IRSA administrative files can be found among sections of subject files under “I”, while others remain set apart at the beginning of the chronological span.
Box
C1 Administrative files. General. 1968-1971. [8 folders]
C1 Administrative files. Geographic. 1968-1971. [36 folders]
C1 Subject files. General, A-Z. 1968-1969. [6 folders]
Box
C2 Subject files. An-De. 1968-1971. [54 folders]
Box
C3 Subject files. De-Di. 1968-1971. [36 folders]
Box
C4 Subject files. Ed-In. 1965-1971. [35 folders]
Box
C5 Subject files. Ir-Po. 1960-1971. [51 folders]
Box
C6 Subject files. Pr-Yo. 1964-1972. [49 folders]
Box
C7 Administrative files. 1971-1972. [54 folders]
[Includes geographic and inter-departmental matters.]
Box
C8 Administrative files. Inter-departmental. 1972 [17 folders]
Box
C9 Subject files. An-Wo. 1970-1973. [19 folders]
C9 Subject files. General, A-N. 1972 [11 folders]
[Arranged by names of organizations.]
C9 Administrative files. 1971-1973. [12 folders]
Box
C10 Administrative files. 1973 [44 folders]
Box
C11 Administrative files. 1973 [5 folders]
C11 Subject files. General, C-N 1972-1973. [6 folders]
[Arranged by names of organizations.]
C11 Subject files. Af-Wo. 1971-1973. [35 folders]
C11 Administrative files. 1974-1976. [7 folders]
Box
C12 Organization(s) files. 1972-1976. [17 folders]
C12 Correspondence, A-Z. 1975-1976. [1 folders]
C12 Subject files. Af-Ar. 1972-1977. [17 folders]
Box
C13 Subject files. Ar-J. 1974-1977. [40 folders]
Subseries 2. Program Consultant. 1954-1979. [9 record cartons]
Historical Note: Ann G. Wolfe was a program consultant during the time that the Domestic Affairs Department was integrated into the Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Along with her files here, she has material in Series D. Domestic Affairs Department, Subseries 2. Program Consultant. The records also reflect that the department was once known as the Social Welfare Department.
Scope and Content Note: Consists mostly of correspondence and program-related materials. Correspondence includes inter-office correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other such materials sent to or by Ann G. Wolfe. These materials relate to topics of actionable interest for IRSA, such as social problems, education reform, and women's rights. Program materials include meeting agendas and minutes for programs in which IRSA hosted, organized, or participated in. Administrative files in box C19 include Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department Minutes. One item, an information packet from a conference titles "You and Your Aging Parent" can be found in box C22, among SOCIAL WELFARE files related to the New York region (see arrangement note).
Arrangement Note: Original order maintained. Within sections of subject files, the headings SOCIAL WELFARE (found in boxes C19-C22) and WOMEN (found in boxes C21 and C22) include administrative, geographic, and subject subheadings. Within these, administrative files include meeting minutes.
Box
C14 Subject files. General, A-Z. Ac-Bo. 1967-1969. [62 folders]
Box
C15 Subject files. Bo-Em. 1958-1970. [65 folders]
Box
C16 Subject files. Et-Na. 1957-1970. [68 folders]
Box
C17 Subject files. Na-Ne. 1954-1970. [66 folders]
Box
C18 Subject files. O-U. 1956-1969. [74 folders]
Box
C19 Subject files. Ch-Wh. 1968-1971. [57 folders]
C19 Administrative files. 1971-1972. [10 folders]
C19 Geographic files. 1971-1972. [9 folders]
Box
C20 Subject files. A-W. 1967-1972. [48 folders]
C20 Subject and administrative files. A-In 1972-1973. [19 folders]
Box
C21 Subject files. Na-Wo. 1971-1974. [29 folders]
C21 Subject and administrative files. A-Wo. 1973-1974. [42 folders]
Box
C22 Subject files. Wo. 1974. [27 folders]
C22 Subject files. A-W. 1975. [79 folders]
C22 Subject files, Speeches and Articles. 1966-1979. [4 folders]
Subseries 3. Legal Division. 1939-1977 (bulk 1955-1974). [25 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of various materials related to actual or potential legal actions in which the Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department's legal office had an interest. Areas of interest include affirmative action, education, racial quotas, separation of church and state, and neo-Nazi activity. Materials include correspondence and newspaper clippings, and a large number of legal briefs and decisions, both bound and unbound.
Also of note are the following: Box C23 includes a reel-to-reel audio recording labeled "National Legal Committee Discussion 2/19/71" in file folder Legal Committee 1971 (among administrative files). Box C28 includes an unlabeled accordion file containing 13 bound amicus briefs: 3 for Colorado State Supreme Court appeal The Colorado Anti-Discrimination et al. v. J. L. Case et al., 3 for Colorado state Supreme Court appeal Green v. Continental Air Lines, Inc., and 7 for 1962 SCOTUS appeal of Green v. Continental Air Lines, Inc. Box C32 includes an unlabeled accordion file containing correspondence, court decisions, and other materials related to Kintzele et al. v. City of St. Louis et al.
Arrangement Note: Several sections of subject files contain subsections with broad headings, such as U.S. Government or Church/State. Within these is typically a subsection of general or miscellaneous files on the topic followed by designated subtopics, arranged alphabetically. Geographic files are arranged first in alphabetical order by state or territory, then by subheadings such as Education, Employment, Housing, etc.
Box
C23 Administrative files. 1955-1974. [38 folders]
C23 Subject files. General, A-Z. Undated. [1 folder]
C23 Subject files. A-Am. 1961-1972. [2 folders]
Box
C24 Subject files. Am-Na. 1957-1974. [32 folders]
Box
C25 Subject files. Na. 1959-1972. [27 folders]
Box
C26 Subject files. Na-We. 1952-1974. [21 folders]
C26 Subject files. U.S. Gov’t. Congress. C-U. 1959-1963. [13 folders]
C26 Subject files. U.S. Gov’t: Exec. Br. A-H. 1957-1971. [9 folders]
Box
C27 Subject files. U.S. Gov’t: Exec. Branch. H-J. 1958-1963. [3 folders]
C27 Subject files. U.S. Gov’t: Treasury Dept. 1949-1969. [13 folders]
C27 Subject files. U.S. Gov’t: Misc. 1958-1967. [2 folders]
C27 Geographic files. Ala.-Cal. 1958-1972. [10 folders]
Box
C28 Geographic files. Cal.-D.C. 1939-1972. [35 folders]
Box
C29 Geographic files. D.C.-Ill. 1957-1972. [42 folders]
Box
C30 Geographic files. Ill.-Mass. 1951-1973. [29 folders]
Box
C31 Geographic files. Mass.-Minn. 1946-1972. [26 folders]
Box
C32 Geographic files. Minn.-N.J. 1955-1976. [34 folders]
Box
C33 Geographic files. N.J. 1950-1971. [20 folders]
C33 Geographic files. N.Y. General. 1970-1973. [5 folders]
Box
C34 Geographic files. N.Y. General. 1959-1970. [7 folders]
C34 Geographic files. N.Y. Church/State. 1955-1972. [20 folders]
Box
C35 Geographic files. N.Y. Civ.-R. 1952-1972. [21 folders]
C35 Geographic files. Nor.-O. 1958-1972. [14 folders]
Box
C36 Geographic files. OH-PA. 1947-1973. [34 folders]
Box
C37 Geographic files. PA-VA. 1946-1973. [47 folders]
Box
C38 Geographic files. VA-WI. 1958-1973. [20 folders]
C38 Geographical files. International. 1960-1972. [5 folders]
C38 Subject files. A-Church/State: General. 1957-1974. [15 folders]
Box
C39 Subject files. Church/State: General-E. 1951-1972. [28 folders]
Box
C40 Subject files. Church/State: F-S. 1954-1972. [29 folders]
Box
C41 Subject files. Civil Rights-Education. 1954-1974. [33 folders]
Box
C42 Subject files. Education-Housing. 1957-1974. [37 folders]
Box
C43 Subject files. Housing-Quotas. 1958-1973. [51 folders]
Box
C44 Subject files. Quotas-Voting. 1961-1973. [35 folders]
Box
C45 Subject files. Welfare-Zoning. 1956-1972. [4 folders]
C45 Joint Memoranda. Drafts. 1960-1976. [16 folders]
C45 Joint Memoranda. Final drafts. 1955-1973. [10 folders]
C45 Correspondence files. 1972-1974. [4 folders]
C45 Subject files. General. A-Z. 1973-1974. [1 folder]
C45 Subject files. A-Af. 1973-1974. [4 folders]
Box
C46 Subject files. Af-Wo. 1970-1974. [26 folders]
C46 Geographic files. General. A-Z. 1972-1974. [1 folder]
C46 Geographic files. AL-MI. 1972-1974. [16 folders]
Box
C47 Geographic files. MN-WA. 1972-1974. [17 folders]
C47 Organizations files. 1967-1974. [11 folders]
C47 Geographic files. A-Z. 1975-1977. [3 folders]
Subseries 4. Business and Industry Division. 1949-1974 (bulk 1968-1971). [7 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, research reports, survey data, contact lists, meeting minutes, and similar materials from the Business and Industry division of the Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. These materials deal with the fairness of various internal and external business practices (including hiring and firing practices, advancement opportunities, and compensation) with regard to sex, religion, or national and ethnic origin.
Of particular interest are large subsections of files on Executive Suite and Research topics, found among the alphabetical subjects in boxes C51-C53. Also of interest in this section are meeting minutes located in several files, including: Minutes of EEOC Hearing – Washington, D.C., Dec. 3, 1971; Minutes – National Business and Industry Committee, 10/21/72; National Business and Industry Committee Meeting, 03/16/72; National Steel, 1967; Northeast Utilities Minutes of Meeting, 1972; and Public Service E & G Minutes, 12/14/71.
Arrangement Note: Geographic files are arranged alphabetically by name of city or county with subtopical or chronological subsections afterward.
Box
C48 Geographic files. Atlanta-Los Angeles. 1965-1974. [45 folders]
Box
C49 Geographic files. Los Angeles-New York. 1959-1973. [41 folders]
Box
C50 Geographic files. New York-Philadelphia. 1954-1974. [52 folders]
Box
C51 Geographic files. Philadelphia-Youngstown. 1958-1974. [45 folders]
C51 Subject files. A-Eq. 1962-1972. [20 folders]
Box
C52 Subject files. Et-G. 1949-1971. [28 folders]
Box
C53 Subject files. H-W. 1959-1974. [53 folders]
Box
C54 Miscellaneous materials. 1973-1974. [1 folder]
C54 Subject files. Banking: B-W. 1967-1974. [55 folders]
C54 Subject files. Insurance: C-P. 1968-1974. [13 folders]
Subseries 5. Community Relations and Ethnic Minorities Consultants. 1968-1973. [3 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Includes material related to the Domestic Affairs Committee and Domestic Affairs Commission such as meeting minutes and summaries, mailings, memberships, and, correspondence. It also contains subject files arranged alphabetically, and general IRSA files such as meeting minutes and mailings.
Box
C55 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agendas to trend analysis. 1969-1972. [56 folders]
Box
C56 Staff correspondence and subject files. 1968-1973. [61 folders]
Box
C57 Domestic Affairs Commission; IRSA general; and correspondence. 1969-1973. [28 folders]
Subseries 6. Education Division. 1970-1980. [1.5 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Includes subject files such as Arab investment in universities and affirmative action, as well as, files on education in various cities arranged alphabetically.
Box
C58 Subject files. A-R. 1970-1975. [57 folders]
Box
C59 Post-secondary education. 1970-1980. [33 folders]
Subseries 7. Housing Division. 1969-1976. [4 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Includes subject files arranged chronologically and administrative records kept on conferences, fundraising events, and different organization such as the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and the National Job-Linked Housing Center.
Box
C60 Subject files. A-J. 1969-1972. [63 folders]
Box
C61 Subject files. M-S. 1970-1974. [68 folders]
Box
C62 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; urban reinvestment; areas; conferences; and foundations. 1972-1976. [74 folders]
Box
C63 National Job-Linked Housing Center; fundraising; unions; urban League. 1973-1976. [29 folders]
Subseries 8. Race Division. 1960-1976. [10 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Includes correspondence and subject files arranged alphabetically and administrative records kept on conferences and various issues of Black-Jewish relations. Much of this subseries contains files on the program, "Shaping a Safer City".
Box
C64 Correspondence. A-V. 1960-1969. [46 folders]
Box
C65 Geographic and subject files. A-Z. 1960-1971. [65 folders]
Box
C66 Conferences; Black-Jewish relations; Shaping a Safer City. 1962-1969. [55 folders]
Box
C67 Police; poverty; labor; correspondence. 1966-1973. [55 folders]
Box
C68 Correspondence; subject files; Black Jewish relations. 1967-1972. [41 folders]
Box
C69 Shaping a Safer City. 1969-1973. [36 folders]
Box
C70 Shaping a Safer City. 1969-1972. [33 folders]
Box
C71 Shaping a Safer City. 1969-1974. [52 folders]
Box
C72 Shaping a Safer City; correspondence; affirmative action. 1967-1975. [38 folders]
Box
C73 Shaping a Safer City. 1971-1976. [20 folders]
Subseries 9. Social Discrimination Division. 1957-1975. [5 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Includes files on American Jewish Committee chapters, relating to charges of discrimination in the relevant region.
Box
C74 General. 1957-1971. [46 folders]
Box
C75 Chapters. C-O. 1960-1969. [57 folders]
Box
C76 Chapters. A-P. 1959-1971. [74 folders]
Box
C77 Chapters. D-N. 1965-1972. [68 folders]
Box
C78 Chapters. M-W, General. 1968-1975. [53 folders]
Series D. Domestic Affairs Department. 1955-1984. [52 record cartons and 2.5 Hollinger boxes]
Historical Note: Since its founding in 1906, the American Jewish Committee has been committed to securing the civil and religious rights of Jews. The American Jewish Committee has always believed that the only way to achieve this goal is to safeguard the civil and religious rights of all Americans.
In the late twentieth century, the AJC merged its Domestic Affairs Department (DAD) and its Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department (IRSA). There may therefore be some overlap between this series and Series C. Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department.
Scope and Content Note: Contains administrative and non-administrative files dealing with the day-to-day operations, initiatives, legal battles, and long-term aims of the AJC’s Domestic Affairs Department. This consists largely of materials related to American Jewry and social, political, and legal concerns deemed relevant to American Jewry. Among such materials are files on Arab economic warfare against the State of Israel, Black/Jewish relations, church/state separation, illegal immigration, anti-Semitic discrimination, religious identity, and racial quotas. Administrative files in this series include meeting minutes, program agendas, budget reports, and memos.
Arrangement Note: Arranged in five subseries: Subseries 1. Director's Office, Subseries 2. Program Director, Subseries 3. Legal Office, Subseries 4. General, and Subseries 5. House Counsel, Women's Issues, and Executive Suite.
Subseries 1. Director's Office. 1955-1983 [23 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Contains material on and about matters that concern American Jewry. Topics include: Jewish/Christian relations, separation of church and state, community relations, education, Israel, middle east, Arab economic warfare, area offices, energy, Black/Jewish relations, anti-Semitism, politics, Hispanic/Jewish relations, immigration, and other domestic affairs.
Arrangement Note: Original order of this series was lost during shipment. The files have been arranged into a rough-chronological order, by original boxes. Folder labels are taken from original folders, but are inconsistent.
Box Folder
D1 1 Church-State. Board of Governors meetings. 1967.
D1 2 Church-State. Christmas stamp. 1966-1967.
D1 3 Church-State. Committee. 1962-1963.
D1 4 Church-State. Federal aid to sectarian institutions. 1965-1967.
D1 5 Church-State. National Community Relations Advisory Council and Synagogue Council of America conference. 1966.
D1 6 Church-State. Non-American Jewish Committee views. 1965-1967.
D1 7 Church-State. Schools. 1960-1964.
D1 7.5 Church-State. Commission. 1965-1967.
D1 8 Church-State. Schools. 1965-1966.
D1 9 Church-State. Schools. 1967.
D1 10 Church-State. Study commissions. 1965-1967.
D1 11 Church-State. Study commissions. Background and mailings. 1965.
D1 12 Church-State. Study commissions. Background and mailings. 1966-1967.
D1 13 Church-State. Study commissions. Function and scope. 1965.
D1 14 Church-State. Study commissions. Membership. 1965.
D1 15 Church-State. Study commissions. Minutes. 1965-1966.
D1 16 Church-State. Study commissions. Reports and statements. 1966-1967.
D1 17 Civil rights and civil liberties. 1961-1967.
D1 18 Civil rights and civil liberties. White House conference. 1966.
D1 19 Commentary. 1958-1967.
D1 20 Committees (National). Scope and function. 1955-1967.
D1 21 Communications and literature distribution. 1956-1967.
D1 22 Communism. 1961-1965.
D1 23 Community Relations Service. (United States Government). 1964-1967.
D1 24 Community services. 1962-1965.
D1 25 Community services. 1966-1967.
D1 26 Community services. Committee on American Jewish Committee Needs in the Community. 1963-1964.
D1 27 Community services. Committee on American Jewish Committee Needs in the Community. Minutes. 1964.
D1 28 Community services. Seminars. Cracker barrel. 1965.
D1 29 Community services. Seminars. How to conference. 1965-1966.
D1 30 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. 1962-1967.
D1 31 Council on Social Work Education. 1965.
D1 32 Cuban refugees. 1965-1966.
D1 33 Danzig, David. 1963-1967.
D1 34 Department and divisions heads. Mailings. 1965.
Box Folder
D2 1 Department and divisions heads. Mailings. 1966.
D2 2 Departments and divisions. A-Z. 1958-1967.
D2 3 Departments and divisions. Civil Rights and Social Action. 1963-1967.
Historical Note: The Civil Rights and Social Actions department was formerly known as the National Affairs department.
D2 4 Departments and divisions. Domestic Affairs. Budget. 1965-1967.
D2 5 Departments and divisions. Education and Training. 1964-1966.
D2 6 Departments and divisions. Education and Urban Affairs. 1966-1967.
D2 7 Departments and divisions. Library. 1966-1967.
D2 8 Departments and divisions. Meetings. 1963-1964.
D2 9 Departments and divisions. Trends analysis. 1964-1967.
D2 10 [The] Deputy. 1963-1965.
D2 11 Discussion groups and guides. 1965-1967.
D2 12 Domestic Affairs Committee. 1961-1965.
D2 13 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agenda, background, and mailings. 1955.
D2 14 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agenda, background, and mailings. 1956.
D2 15 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agenda, background, and mailings. 1957.
D2 16 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agenda, background, and mailings. 1958-1961.
D2 17 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agenda, background, and mailings. 1962-1963.
D2 18 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agenda, background, and mailings. 1964.
D2 19 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agenda, background, and mailings. 1965.
D2 20 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agenda, background, and mailings. 1966.
Box Folder
D3 1 Domestic Affairs Committee. Agenda, background, and mailings. 1967.
D3 2 Education. Bowker proposal. 1969.
D3 3 Education. Busing. 1969.
D3 4 Education. Bus transportation. 1968.
D3 5 Education. Decentralization. 1968.
D3 6 Education. Decentralization. 1969.
D3 7 Education. Dual enrollment/shared time. 1968.
D3 8 Education. Religion in the public schools. 1968.
D3 9 Education and urban planning. 1968.
D3 10 Electoral college. 1969.
D3 11 Executive board. 1968.
D3 12 Executive board. 1969.
D3 13 Gold, Bertram. 1968.
D3 14 Gold, Bertram. 1969.
D3 15 Humane slaughter. 1968.
D3 16 Immigration and Refugee Services of America Department. 1968.
D3 17 Immigration and Refugee Services of America Department. 1969.
D3 18 Institute of Human Relations. Press. 1968.
D3 19 Interdepartmental meetings. 1968.
D3 20 Interdepartmental meetings. 1968.
D3 21 International Year for Human Rights. 1968.
D3 22 Internal Security Act of 1968. 1968.
D3 23 Israel and Middle East. 1969.
D3 24 Israel and Middle East. Chapter responses. 1969.
D3 25 Israel and Middle East. Chapter responses. 1969.
D3 26 Israel seminar. 1968.
D3 27 Israel seminar. August 1969.
D3 28 Jewish Communal Affairs Committee. 1968-1969.
D3 29 June 19 Mobilization. 1968.
D3 30 Joint Advisory Committee. 1969.
D3 31 Kerner Commission. 1968.
D3 32 Kerner Commission. Local Action. 1968.
D3 33 Kerner Commission. 1969.
D3 34 Kushell (Dessie E.) Memorial Institute. 1968.
D3 35 Large City Budgeting Conference. 1968.
D3 36 Large City Budgeting Conference. 1969.
D3 37 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 1968.
D3 38 Legal Division. 1968-1969.
D3 39 National Advisory Panel. 1969.
D3 40 National Community Relations Advisory Council. 1968.
D3 41 National Community Relations Advisory Council. Jewish Film Advisory Committee. 1968.
D3 42 National Community Relations Advisory Council. 1969.
D3 43 National Community Relations Advisory Council. Background and mailings. 1969.
D3 44 Negro-Jewish Relations. 1969.
D3 45 Oral history. 1969.
D3 46 Perlmutter, Nathan. Memos. 1968.
D3 47 Perlmutter, Nathan. Memos. 1969.
Box Folder
D4 1 Program projections. 1973-1974.
D4 2 Program projections. 1975-1976.
D4 3 Staff Advisory Committee. 1974-1976.
D4 4 Staff Cabinet. 1973-1976.
D4 5 Staff organization. Development. 1974-1976.
D4 6 Staff meetings. Memos. 1976-1977.
D4 7 Staff meetings. Minutes. 1976.
D4 8 Area directors. Memos. 1974.
D4 9 Area directors. Memos. 1975.
D4 10 Area directors. Memos. 1976.
D4 11 Organizations. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1974.
D4 12 Area offices. General. 1976.
D4 13 Area offices. Atlanta, Georgia. William Gralnick. 1975.
D4 14 Area offices. Atlanta, Georgia. William Gralnick. 1976-1977.
D4 15 Area offices. Baltimore, Maryland. 1975-1976.
D4 16 Area offices. Boston, Massachusetts. Philip Perlmutter. 1974-1976.
D4 17 Area offices. Chicago, Illinois. Gene DuBow. 1974-1975.
D4 18 Area offices. Chicago, Illinois. Gene DuBow. 1976.
D4 19 Area offices. Cincinnati, Ohio. 1976.
D4 20 Area offices. Cleveland, Ohio. Seymour Brief. 1974.
D4 21 Area offices. Cleveland, Ohio. Seymour Brief. 1975.
D4 22 Area offices. Cleveland, Ohio. Seymour Brief. 1976.
D4 23 Area offices. Dallas, Texas. Billie Frauman and Milton Tobian. 1974-1976.
D4 24 Area offices. Denver, Colorado. Betty Lande. 1974-1976.
D4 25 Area offices. Detroit, Michigan. Sherwood Sandweiss. 1975.
D4 26 Area offices. Washington, D.C. Brant Coopersmith. 1973-1976.
D4 27 Area offices. Washington, D.C. Hyman Bookbinder. 1973-1974.
D4 28 Area offices. Washington, D.C. Hyman Bookbinder. 1975.
D4 29 Area offices. Washington, D.C. Hyman Bookbinder. 1976.
D4 30 Area offices. Houston, Texas. Michael G. Rapp. 1975-1976.
D4 31 Area offices. Israel. M. Bernard Resnikoff. 1975-1976.
D4 32 Area offices. Long Island and Upstate New York. Harold Applebaum. 1975-1976.
D4 33 Area offices. Los Angeles, California. Niel Sandberg. 1974.
D4 34 Area offices. Los Angeles, California. Niel Sandberg. 1975.
D4 35 Area offices. Los Angeles, California. Niel Sandberg. 1976.
D4 36 Area offices. Miami, Florida. Walter Zand. 1975-1976.
D4 37 Area offices. Newark, New Jersey. Sydney Kellner. 1974-1976.
D4 38 Area offices. Paris, France. Abe Karlikow. 1974-1976.
D4 39 Area offices. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Murray Friedman. 1974.
D4 40 Area offices. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Murray Friedman. 1975.
D4 41 Area offices. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Murray Friedman. 1976.
D4 42 Area offices. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. William Shaffer. 1974-1976.
D4 43 Area offices. St. Louis, Missouri. Morton Ryweck. 1974-1976.
D4 44 Area offices. San Francisco, California. Ernest Wiener. 1974-1976.
D4 45 Area offices. Westchester, New York. Bernice Newman. 1975-1976.
D4 46 Area offices. West Hartford, Connecticut. Eugene Elander. 1974.
D4 47 Board services. Selma Hirsh. 1974-1976.
Box Folder
D5 1 Departments and divisions. Commentary. 1975-1976.
D5 2 Departments and divisions. Community Services. Harold Applebaum. 1976.
D5 3 Departments and divisions. Community Services. Samuel Katz. 1974-1975.
D5 4 Departments and divisions. Community Services. Will Katz. 1974-1976.
D5 5 Departments and divisions. Community Services. Isaiah Terman. 1974-1976.
D5 6 Departments and divisions. Ethnic. New York Coalition for More Jobs. 1976.
D5 7 Departments and divisions. Ethnic. National Project on Ethnic America. Judith M. Herman. 1974.
D5 8 Departments and divisions. Ethnic. Irving Levine. 1975-1976.
D5 9 Departments and divisions. Ethnic. Nancy Seifer. 1974-1975.
D5 10 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. Morris Fine. 1976.
D5 11 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. Morris Fine. 1974-1975.
D5 12 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. George Gruen. 1974-1976.
D5 13 Departments and divisions. Fundraising. William Trosten and Rita Blume. 1976.
D5 14 Departments and divisions. Fundraising. Abner Kupperman and Rita Blume. 1974.
D5 15 Departments and divisions. Interreligious. Marc Tanenbaum. 1974-1976.
D5 16 Departments and divisions. Jewish Communal Affairs. Yehuda Rosenman. 1976.
D5 17 Departments and divisions. Oral History Library. Milton Krents. 1974-1976.
D5 18 Departments and divisions. Personnel and Management Services. Eleanor Katz. 1974-1975.
D5 19 Departments and divisions. Public Relations. Morton Yarmon. 1976.
D5 20 Departments and divisions. Public Relations. Morton Yarmon. 1975.
D5 21 Departments and divisions. Publications. Sonya Kaufer. 1974-1976.
D5 22 Departments and divisions. Research. Milton Himmelfarb. 1974-1977.
D5 23 Departments and divisions. Urban Projects. Irving Levine. 1974.
D5 24 Domestic Affairs Commission. General. 1973-1974.
D5 25 Domestic Affairs Commission. General. 1975.
D5 26 Domestic Affairs Commission. General. 1976.
D5 27 Domestic Affairs Commission. Agenda and attendance. 1974-1976.
D5 28 Domestic Affairs Commission. Background and mailings. 1974-1975.
D5 29 Domestic Affairs Commission. Background and mailings. 1976.
D5 30 Domestic Affairs Commission. Minutes. 1973-1976.
D5 31 Domestic Affairs Commission. Moses, Alfred H. 1974.
D5 32 Domestic Affairs Commission. Moses, Alfred H. 1975.
D5 33 Domestic Affairs Commission. Moses, Alfred H. 1976.
D5 34 Domestic Affairs Commission. Newsletter. 1975.
D5 35 Domestic Affairs Commission. Notes and remarks. 1974-1976.
D5 36 Domestic Affairs Commission. Program committees. 1973-1974.
D5 37 Domestic Affairs Commission. Resolutions and statements. 1974-1975.
D5 38 Domestic Affairs Commission. Steering committee. 1975-1976.
D5 39 Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Seymour Samet. 1974-1975.
D5 40 Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Seymour Samet. 1976.
D5 41 Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Staff meetings, decisions. 1974.
D5 42 Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Staff memos. 1974.
D5 42.5 Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Staff memos. 1975.
D5 43 Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Staff minutes and agenda. 1974-1975.
D5 44 Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Divisions. Center for Human Relations. Concerns of Business. Arnold Harris. April-December 1974.
D5 45 Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Divisions. Center for Human Relations. Concerns of Business. Arnold Harris. 1975.
Box Folder
D6 1 Center for Human Relations Concerns for Business. Arnold Harris. January-March 1974.
D6 2 Education Division. Marilyn Braveman. January-May 1974.
D6 3 Education Division. Marilyn Braveman. June-August 1974.
D6 4 Education Division. Marilyn Braveman. September-December 1974.
D6 5 Education Division. Marilyn Braveman. January-August 1975.
D6 6 Education Division. Marilyn Braveman. September-December 1975.
D6 7 Education Division. Marilyn Braveman. January-July 1976.
D6 8 Education Division. Marilyn Braveman. August-October 1976.
D6 9 Education Division. Marilyn Braveman. November 1976-December 1977.
D6 10 Housing Division. Alexander Greendale. 1971-1973.
D6 11 Housing Division. Alexander Greendale. 1974.
D6 12 Housing Division. Alexander Greendale. January-August 1975.
D6 13 Housing Division. Alexander Greendale. September-December 1975.
D6 14 Housing Division. Alexander Greendale. 1976.
D6 15 Housing Division. Alexander Greendale. 1977.
D6 16 Legal Division. Samuel Rabinove. 1973-1974.
D6 17 Legal Division. Samuel Rabinove. 1975.
D6 18 Legal Division. Samuel Rabinove. January-August 1976.
D6 19 Legal Division. Samuel Rabinove. September-December 1976.
D6 20 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. Community Relations. Jesse Auerbach. 1974.
D6 21 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. Community Relations. Jesse Auerbach. 1975-1976.
D6 22 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. Legal Advocacy Program for the Aged. Martha Halperin. 1976.
Box Folder
D7 1 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. Lazere, Haskell. 1974.
D7 2 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. Lazere, Haskell. 1975.
D7 3 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. Lazere, Haskell. 1976.
D7 4 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. Neighborhood Stabilization programs. Valerie Jorrin. 1974.
D7 5 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. Neighborhood Stabilization programs. Valerie Jorrin. 1975.
D7 6 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. Neighborhood Stabilization programs. Valerie Jorrin. 1976.
D7 7 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. New York Regional Task Force on Executive Suite. Israel Laster. 1970- 1974.
D7 8 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. New York Regional Task Force on Executive Suite. Israel Laster. 1975.
D7 9 Departments and divisions. New York Chapter. New York Regional Task Force on Executive Suite. Israel Laster. 1976- 1977.
D7 10 Departments and divisions. Race Relations and National Labor Service. Harry Fleischman. 1974.
D7 11 Departments and divisions. Race Relations and National Labor Service. Harry Fleischman. January-July 1975.
D7 12 Departments and divisions. Race Relations and National Labor Service. Harry Fleischman. August-December 1975.
D7 13 Departments and divisions. Race Relations and National Labor Service. Harry Fleischman. 1976-1977.
D7 14 Departments and divisions. Social Welfare. Ann Wolfe. 1974.
D7 15 Departments and divisions. Social Welfare. Ann Wolfe. 1975.
D7 16 Departments and divisions. Social Welfare. Ann Wolfe. 1976-1977.
D7 17 Departments and divisions. Trends analysis. Milton Ellerin. 1974.
D7 18 Departments and divisions. Trends analysis. Milton Ellerin. 1975.
D7 19 Departments and divisions. Trends analysis. Milton Ellerin. January-July 1976.
D7 20 Departments and divisions. Trends analysis. Milton Ellerin. August-December 1976.
D7 21 Organizations. General. 1974-1976.
D7 22 Organizations. American Israel Public Affairs Committee. 1976.
D7 23 Organizations. American Jewish Committee/Anti-Defamation League relationship. 1974.
D7 24 Organizations. American Jewish Committee/Anti-Defamation League relationship. 1975-1976.
D7 25 Organizations. American Jewish Congress. 1975.
D7 26 Organizations. Anti-Defamation League. 1974-1976.
D7 27 Organizations. Association of Jewish Community Relations Workers. 1975-1976.
Box Folder
D8 1 Carter, Jimmy. Presidential candidate. 1976.
D8 2 Catholic/Jewish relations. 1974-1976.
D8 3 Civil rights. 1974-1976.
D8 4 Economics, Task Force on. Jordan Band. January-July 1976.
D8 5 Economics, Task Force on. Jordan Band. August-December 1976
D8 6 Energy, Ad Hoc Committee. 1973-1974.
D8 7 Energy, Task Force. 1976-1977.
D8 8 Energy crisis. 1973-1976.
D8 9 Energy crisis. Statement and open letter to President and Congress. 1974.
D8 10 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 1974-1977.
D8 11 Evangelicals. 1976.
D8 12 Gold, Bertram. Executive Vice President. 1974.
D8 13 Gold, Bertram. Executive Vice President. 1975.
D8 14 Gold, Bertram. Executive Vice President. 1976.
D8 15 Health, Education, and Welfare (United States Department of). Correspondence. 1972-1974.
D8 16 Health, Education, and Welfare (United States Department of). Correspondence. 1975.
D8 17 Health, Education, and Welfare (United States Department of). Correspondence. 1976.
D8 18 Holy days. 1975.
D8 19 Leonard, Walter. Meeting. 12 December 1975.
D8 20 National Democratic Platform. 1976.
D8 21 Revenue sharing. 1974-1976.
D8 22 Reverse seniority. 1974-1975.
D8 23 Slawson, John. 1968-1975.
D8 24 Vietnam refugees. 1975.
D8 25 Winter, Elmer L. President. 1973-1975.
D8 26 Winter, Elmer L. President. 1976.
D8 27 Zionism and racism. 1975.
D8 28 Annual meeting. 1977.
D8 29 Board of Governors meeting. 20 March 1977.
D8 30 American Jewish Congress Executive Committee. 1977.
D8 31 National Executive Council. 1977.
D8 32 Staff Advisory Committee. 1977.
D8 32.5 Staff Cabinet. 1977.
D8 33 Staff memos. 1977.
D8 34 Staff memos, meetings, and decisions. 1977.
Box Folder
D9 1 Domestic Affairs Department. Memos. 1977.
D9 2 Program projections. 1977.
D9 3 Program strategy. 1977.
D9 4 Area directors. Memos. 1977.
D9 5 Area offices. Atlanta, Georgia. William Gralnick. 1977.
D9 6 Area offices. Baltimore, Maryland. Louis Rosenfeld. 1977.
D9 7 Area offices. Boston, Massachusetts. Seymour Brief. 1977.
D9 8 Area offices. Chicago, Illinois. Gene DuBow. 1977.
D9 9 Area offices. Cleveland, Ohio. Martin Plax. 1977.
D9 10 Area offices. Dallas, Texas. Milton Tobian. 1977.
D9 11 Area offices. Denver, Colorado. Betty Lande. 1977.
D9 12 Area offices. Detroit, Michigan. Sherwood Sandweiss. 1977.
D9 13 Area offices. Houston, Texas. Michael Rapp. 1977.
D9 14 Area offices. Israel. M. Bernard Resnikoff. 1977.
D9 15 Area offices. Long Island and Upstate New York. Philip Saperia. 1977.
D9 16 Area offices. Los Angeles, California. Niel Sandberg. 1977.
D9 17 Area offices. Miami, Florida. Walter Zand. 1977.
D9 18 Area offices. Newark, New Jersey. Art Rifkin. 1977.
D9 19 Area offices. Paris. Abe Karlikow. 1977.
D9 20 Area offices. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Murray Friedman. 1977.
D9 21 Area offices. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. William Shaffer. 1977.
D9 22 Area offices. San Francisco, California. Ernest Wiener. 1977.
D9 23 Area offices. Seattle, Washington. Terry Kulka. 1977.
D9 24 Area offices. St. Louis, Missouri. Jordan Harburger. 1977.
D9 25 Area offices. Washington, D.C. Brant Coopersmith. 1977.
D9 26 Area offices. Westchester, New York. Bernice Newman. 1977.
D9 27 Departments and divisions. Board of Services. Selma Hirsh. 1977.
D9 28 Departments and divisions. Community Services. Harold Applebaum. 1977.
D9 29 Departments and divisions. Community Services. Will Katz. 1977.
D9 30 Departments and divisions. Ethnicity. Irving Levine. 1977.
D9 31 Departments and divisions. Ethnicity. Nancy Seifer. 1977.
D9 32 Departments and divisions. Paul Barker. 1977.
D9 33 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. Morris Fine. 1977.
D9 34 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. George Gruen. 1977.
D9 35 Departments and divisions. Fundraising. Trosten and Blume. 1977.
D9 36 Departments and divisions. Interreligious. Marc Tanenbaum. 1977.
D9 37 Departments and divisions. Jewish Communal Affairs. Yehuda Rosenman. 1977.
D9 38 Departments and divisions. Present Tense. Murray Polner. 1977.
D9 39 Departments and divisions. Public Relations. Morton Yarmon. 1977.
D9 40 Departments and divisions. Publications. Sonya Kaufer. 1977.
D9 41 Special Program Committee, Domestic Affairs Committee, Sholom Comay, Chairman. 1977.
D9 42 Departments and divisions. Ira Silverman. Special projects. 1977.
D9 43 Meeting notices and agenda, Domestic Affairs Committee. 1977.
D9 44 Domestic Affairs Committee. Sholom D. Comay. 1977.
D9 45 Domestic Affairs Committee. Executive Committee. 1977.
D9 46 Domestic Affairs Committee. Alfred H. Moses. 1977.
D9 47 Domestic Affairs Committee. Committees. 1977.
D9 48 Domestic Affairs Committee. Minutes. 1977.
D9 49 Domestic Affairs Committee. Newsletter. 1977.
D9 50 A-Z. [correspondence]. 1977.
D9 51 Domestic Affairs Department. Division. Education. Marilyn Braveman. 1977.
Box Folder
D10 1 Affirmative action. 1977.
D10 2 Legal. Samuel Rabinove. 1977.
D10 3 Legal. Sandra Rapoport. 1977.
D10 4 National Labor Service. Harry Fleishman. 1977.
D10 5 New York Chapter. Haskell Lazere. 1977.
D10 6 New York Chapter. Neighborhood Stabilization Program. Valerie Jorrin. 1977.
D10 7 New York Chapter. Directory of Community Relations. Steven Denker. 1977.
D10 8 New York Coalition for More Jobs. Paul Barker. 1977.
D10 9 New York Regional Task Force on Executive Suite. Israel Laster. 1977.
D10 10 Social welfare. Ann Wolfe. 1977.
D10 11 Trends analyses. Milton Ellerin. 1977.
D10 12 Organizations. General. 1977.
D10 13 Organizations. American Jewish Congress. 1977.
D10 14 Organizations. Anti-Defamation League. 1977.
D10 15 Organizations. Association of Jewish Community Relations Workers. 1977.
D10 16 Organizations. Community Relations Service. 1977.
D10 17 Organizations. Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds. 1977.
D10 18 Organizations. Jewish Defense League. 1977.
D10 19 Organizations. Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 1977.
D10 20 Organizations. National Association of Human Rights Workers. 1977.
D10 21 Organizations. National Organization of Women. 1977.
D10 22 Organizations. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1977.
D10 23 Organizations. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. Miami Beach meeting. 23-26 January 1977.
D10 24 Organizations. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1977.
D10 25 Organizations. National Urban League. 1977.
D10 26 Arab Economic Warfare Task Force. January-February 1977.
D10 27 Arab Economic Warfare Task Force. March-April 1977.
D10 28 Arab Economic Warfare Task Force. May-June 1977.
D10 29 Arab Economic Warfare Task Force. July-December 1977.
D10 30 Arab Economic Warfare Task Force. Legislation. 1976-1977.
D10 31 Arab Economic Warfare Task Force. Philadelphia. 1977.
D10 32 American Jewish Congress/Anti-Defamation League relationship. 1977.
D10 33 Blacks. 1977.
D10 34 Black/Jewish relations. 1977.
D10 35 Breira. 1977.
D10 36 Catholic/Jewish relations. 1977.
D10 37 Carter, Jimmy. 1977.
D10 38 Gold, Bertram. 1977.
D10 39 Consulate General of Israel in New York. 1977.
Box Folder
D11 1 Economics. 1977.
D11 2 Energy Task Force. 1977.
D11 3 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 1977.
D11 4 Health, Education, and Welfare Department. 1977.
D11 5 Illegal aliens. 1977.
D11 6 Reverse discrimination. 1977.
D11 7 Slawson, John. 1977.
D11 8 Social discrimination. 1977.
D11 9 Task Force on Economics. 1977.
D11 10 United States Commission on Civil Rights. 1977.
D11 11 Zionism and racism. 1977.
D11 12 Ad Hoc Committee on Neo-Nazi Activities. 1978.
D11 13 Annual meeting. 1978.
D11 14 Blaustein (Hilda) Institute. 1978.
D11 15 Board of Governors. 1978.
D11 16 Executive Committee, American Jewish Committee. 1978.
D11 17 Executive Committee, National, American Jewish Committee. 1978.
D11 18 Staff Advisory Committee. 1978.
D11 19 Staff cabinet. 1978.
D11 20 Domestic Affairs Department. Memos. 1978.
D11 21 Program projection. 1978.
D11 22 Area directors. Memos. 1978.
D11 23 Area offices. Atlanta, Georgia. William Gralnick. 1978.
D11 24 Area offices. Baltimore, Maryland. Louis Rosenfeld. 1978.
D11 25 Area offices. Boston, Massachusetts. Herman Blumberg. 1978.
D11 26 Area offices. Chicago, Illinois. Eugene DuBow. 1978.
D11 27 Area offices. Cincinnati, Ohio. Robert Jacobvitz. 1978.
D11 28 Area offices. Cleveland, Ohio. Martin Plax. 1978.
D11 29 Area offices. Dallas, Texas. Milton Tobin. 1978.
D11 30 Area offices. Denver, Colorado. Betty Lande. 1978.
D11 31 Area offices. Detroit, Michigan. Sherwood Sandweiss. 1978.
D11 32 Area offices. Houston, Texas. Mark Goodfriend and Sanford Kanter. 1978.
D11 33 Area offices. Israel. M. Bernard Resnikoff. 1978.
D11 34 Area offices. Long Island and Upstate New York. Philip Saperia. 1978.
D11 35 Area offices. Los Angeles, California. Niel Sandberg. 1978.
D11 36 Area offices. Miami, Florida. Brenda Shapiro. 1978.
D11 37 Area offices. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 1978.
D11 38 Area offices. Newark, New Jersey. Philip Saperia. 1978.
D11 39 Area offices. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Murray Friedman. 1978.
D11 40 Area offices. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1978.
D11 41 Area offices. San Francisco, California. Ernest Wiener. 1978.
D11 42 Area offices. St. Louis. Jordan Harburger. 1978.
D11 43 Area office. Washington representative. Hyman Bookbinder. 1978.
D11 44 Area offices. Washington, D.C. Brant Coopersmith. 1978.
D11 45 Area offices. Westchester, New York. Bernice Newman. 1978.
D11 46 Backgrounders. 1978.
D11 47 Departments and divisions. Board of Services. Selma Hirsh. 1978.
D11 48 Departments and divisions. Commentary. Norman Podhoretz. 1978.
D11 49 Departments and divisions. Community Services. Will Katz. 1978.
D11 50 Departments and divisions. Community services. Harold Applebaum. 1978.
Box Folder
D12 1 De Funis Case. 1974-1977.
D12 2 Departments and divisions. Community Relations. Steven Denker. 1978.
D12 3 Departments and divisions. Domestic Affairs Department. Seymour Samet. 1978.
D12 4 Departments and divisions. Education. Marilyn Braveman. 1978.
D12 5 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. Abe Karlikow. 1978.
D12 6 Departments and divisions. Fundraising. William Trosten. 1978.
D12 7 Departments and divisions. Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity. Irving Levine. 1978.
D12 8 Departments and divisions. Interreligious. Marc Tanenbaum. 1978.
D12 9 Departments and divisions. Jewish Communal Affairs. Yehuda Rosenman. 1978.
D12 10 Departments and divisions. Oral History Library. Irma Krents. 1978.
D12 11 Departments and divisions. Personnel and Management Service. Marilyn Rothman. 1978.
D12 12 Departments and divisions. Public Relations. Morton Yarmon. 1978.
D12 13 Departments and divisions. Research. Milton Himmelfarb. 1978.
D12 14 Departments and divisions. Special Projects. Ira Silverman. 1978.
D12 15 Domestic Affairs Commission. 1978.
D12 16 Domestic Affairs Commission. Comay, Sholom D. 1978.
D12 17 Domestic Affairs Commission. Meeting. 11 December 1978.
D12 18 Domestic Affairs Commission. Minutes. 1978.
D12 19 Legal. Mintz, Mark. 1978.
D12 20 Legal. Rabinove, Sam. 1978.
D12 21 Legal. Rabinove, Sam. 1978.
D12 22 Legal. Rapoport, Sandra. 1978.
D12 23 Legal advocacy program. Robert Wolf. 1977.
D12 24 Legal advocacy program. Robert Wolf. 1978.
D12 25 National Labor Service. Harry Fleishman. 1978.
D12 26 New York Chapter. Haskell, Lazere. 1978.
D12 27 New York Regional Task Force on Executive Suite. Israel Laster. 1978.
D12 28 Neighborhood Stabilization Program. Valerie Jorrin. 1978.
D12 29 Social welfare. Ann Wolfe. 1978.
D12 30 Trends analyses. Milton Ellerin. 1978.
D12 31 Organizations. 1978.
D12 32 Organizations. American Jewish Congress. 1978.
D12 33 Organizations. Anti-Defamation League. 1978.
D12 34 Organizations. Association of Jewish Community Relations Workers. 1978.
D12 35 Organizations. Community Relations Service. 1978.
D12 36 Organizations. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. 1978.
D12 37 Organizations. Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, Inc. 1978.
D12 38 Organizations. Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 1978.
D12 39 Organizations. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1978.
D12 40 Organizations. National Association of Human Rights Workers. 1978.
D12 41 Organizations. National Conference of Jewish Communal Service. 1978.
Box Folder
D13 1 Organizations. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1978.
D13 2 Organizations. National Urban League. 1978.
D13 3 Gold, Bertram. Executive Vice President. 1978.
D13 4 Maass, Richard. President. 1978.
D13 5 Winter, Elmer. 1977-1978.
D13 6 Subject file. Arab economic warfare. 1978.
D13 7 Subject file. American Civil Liberties Union. 1978.
D13 8 Subject file. Anti-Defamation League. 1978.
D13 9 Subject file. Affirmative action. 1978.
D13 10 Subject file. Black/Jewish relationship. 1978.
D13 11 Subject file. The Black Hebrew Community in Dimona, Israel. 1978.
D13 12 Subject file. Carter, Jimmy. 1978.
D13 13 Subject file. Church/State. 1978.
D13 14 Subject file. Consulate General of Israel in New York. 1978.
D13 15 Subject file. Economics. 1978.
D13 16 Subject file. Energy Task Force. 1978.
D13 17 Subject file. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 1978.
D13 18 Subject file. Equal Rights Amendment. 1978.
D13 19 Subject file. Full employment. 1978.
D13 20 Subject file. Health, Education, and Welfare (United States Department Of). 1978.
D13 21 Subject file. Holocaust. 1978.
D13 22 Subject file. Homosexual rights. 1978.
D13 23 Subject file. Housing. 1978.
D13 24 Subject file. [National] Institute of Mental Health. National Planning Conference on Human Rights and Racism. 1978.
D13 25 Subject file. Illegal aliens. 1978.
D13 26 Subject file. Labor law reform. 1978.
D13 27 Subject file. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1978.
D13 28 Subject file. Polls. 1978.
D13 29 Subject file. Southwest Region Leadership Institute. 24-27 March 1977.
D13 30 Subject file. Task Force on Economics. 1978.
D13 31 Subject file. Terrorism and the media. 1977.
D13 32 Subject file. United States Civil Service Commission. 1978.
D13 33 Subject file. United States Commission on Civil Rights. 1978.
D13 34 Subject file. United States Defense Budget, Ad Hoc Committee. 1978.
D13 35 Subject file. Youth employment. 1978.
D13 36 Subject file. Zionism and racism. 1978.
D13 37 Board of Governors. 1979.
D13 38 Annual meeting. 13 September 1979.
D13 39 Blaustein (Hilda) Institute. 1979.
D13 40 American Jewish Committee Executive Committee. 1979.
D13 41 National Executive Council. 1979.
D13 42 Staff Advisory Committee. 1979.
D13 43 Staff Cabinet. 1979.
D13 44 Memos. 1979.
D13 45 Memos. 1979.
D13 46 Area directors. Memos. 1979.
D13 47 Area office. Atlanta, Georgia. William Gralnick. 1979.
D13 48 Area office. Chicago, Illinois. Eugene Dubow. 1979.
Box Folder
D14 1 Area office. Cleveland, Ohio. Martin Plax. 1979.
D14 2 Area office. Dallas, Texas. Milton Tobian. 1979.
D14 3 Area office. Denver, Colorado. Betty Lande. 1979.
D14 4 Area office. Detroit, Michigan. Sherwood Sandweiss. 1979.
D14 5 Area office. Houston, Texas. Sanford Kantor. 1979.
D14 6 Area office. Indianapolis, Indiana. Eve Perlstein. 1979.
D14 7 Area office. Israel. M.B. Resinkoff. 1979.
D14 8 Area office. Long Island and Upstate New York. 1979.
D14 9 Area office. Los Angeles, California. Neil Sandberg. 1979.
D14 10 Area office. Miami, Florida. Brenda Shapiro. 1979.
D14 11 Area office. Newark, New Jersey Philip Saperia. 1979.
D14 12 Area office. Paris. 1979.
D14 13 Area office. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Murray Friedman. 1979.
D14 14 Area office. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. William Shaffer. 1979.
D14 15 Area office. San Francisco, California. Ernest Weiner. 1979.
D14 16 Area office. St. Louis. Jordan Harburger. 1979.
D14 17 Area office. Seattle, Washington. Terry Kulka. 1979.
D14 18 Area office. Washington, D.C. Brant Coopersmith. 1979.
D14 51 Area office. Westchester, New York. Bernice Newman. 1979.
D14 19 Backgrounders. 1979.
D14 20 Bookbinder, Hyman. National Advisory Panel. Washington representative. 1979.
D14 21 Departments and divisions. Board of Services. Selma Hirsh. 1979.
D14 22 Departments and divisions. Community Service. Harold Applebaum. 1979.
D14 23 Departments and divisions. Community Service. Will Katz. 1979.
D14 24 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. Abe Karlikow. 1979.
D14 25 Departments and divisions. Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity. Irving Levine. 1979.
D14 26 Departments and divisions. Interreligious. Marc Tanenbaum. 1979.
D14 27 Departments and divisions. Jewish Communal Affairs. Yehuda Rosenman. 1979.
D14 28 Departments and divisions. Personnel and Management Services. Marilyn Rothman. 1979.
D14 29 Departments and divisions. Present Tense. Murray Polner. 1979.
D14 30 Departments and divisions. Public Relations. Morton Yarmon. 1979.
D14 31 Departments and divisions. Research. Milton Himmelfarb. 1979.
D14 32 Departments and divisions. Domestic Affairs Department. Seymour Samet. 1979.
D14 33 Departments and divisions. Special Projects. Ira Silverman. 1979.
D14 34 Education. Marilyn Braveman. 1979.
D14 35 Legal. Sam Rabinove. 1979.
D14 36 Legal. Maureen Schild. 1979.
D14 37 Legal advocacy program. Robert Wolf. 1979.
D14 38 Organizations. General. 1979.
D14 39 Organizations. American Jewish Congress. 1979.
D14 40 Organizations. Anti-Defamation League. 1979.
D14 41 Organizations. Association of Jewish Community Relations Workers. 1979.
D14 42 Organizations. Community Relations Service. 1979.
D14 43 Organizations. Community Relations Service. Director Steve Denker. 1979.
D14 44 Organizations. Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds. 1979.
D14 45 Organizations. Jewish Defense League. 1979.
D14 46 Organizations. Joint Committee for International Consultation on Human Rights. 1979.
D14 47 National Labor Service. Harry Fleishman. 1979.
D14 48 Neighborhood Stabilization Program. Valerie Jorrin. 1979.
D14 49 New York Chapter. Haskell Lazere. 1979.
D14 50 New York Regional Task Force on Executive Suite. Israel Laster. 1979.
Box Folder
D15 1 Social welfare. Ann Wolfe. 1979.
D15 2 Trends analyses. Milton Ellerin. 1979.
D15 3 Organizations. Large City Budgeting Conference. 1979.
D15 4 Organizations. Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 1979.
D15 5 Organizations. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1979.
D15 6 Organizations. National Association of Human Rights Workers. 1979.
D15 7 Organizations. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1979.
D15 8 Organizations. National Urban League. 1979.
D15 9 Gold, Bertram. Executive Vice President. 1979.
D15 10 Maass, Richard. President. 1979.
D15 11 Winter, Elmer. 1979.
D15 12 Affirmative action. 1978-1979.
D15 13 American Jewish Congress/Anti-Defamation League relationship. 1979.
D15 14 Anti-Semitism. 1979.
D15 15 Blacks. General. 1978-1979.
D15 16 Black/Jewish relations. 1979.
D15 17 Black/Jewish community in Dimona, Israel. 1979.
D15 18 Catholic/Jewish relations. 1979.
D15 19 Equal Rights Amendment. 1979.
D15 20 [United Stated Department of] Health, Education, and Welfare. 1979.
D15 21 Jewish/Hispanic relations. 1979.
D15 22 Holocaust. 1979.
D15 23 Homosexuals. 1979.
D15 24 Housing. 1979.
D15 25 Illegal aliens. 1979.
D15 26 Ad Hoc Committee on Immigration. 1979.
D15 27 Japanese/American Citizens League. 1979.
D15 28 Joint Committee for International Consultations on Human Rights. 1979.
D15 29 Ku Klux Klan. 1979.
D15 30 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. Correspondence. 1979.
D15 31 Palestine Liberation Organization. 1978-1979.
D15 32 Polls. 1979.
D15 33 Presidential campaign of 1980. 1979.
D15 34 Shah/Iranian students. 1979.
D15 35 Tax payers' revolt. 1979.
D15 36 Terrorism and the media. 1979.
D15 37 United States Commission on Civil Rights. 1979.
D15 38 Women's' movement. 1978-1979.
D15 39 Annual meeting. 14-18 May 1980. 1980.
D15 40 Blaustein (Hilda) Institute. 1980.
D15 41 Board of Governors. 1980.
D15 42 Budget. 1980.
D15 43 National Executive Council. 1980.
D15 44 Staff Advisory Committee. 1980.
D15 45 Staff Cabinet. 1980.
D15 46 Program projection. 1980.
D15 47 Area directors. Memos. 1980.
Box Folder
D16 1 Area directors. Memos. 1980.
D16 2 Area office. Atlanta, Georgia. William Gralnick. 1980.
D16 3 Area office. Baltimore, Maryland. Lois Rosenfield. 1980.
D16 4 Area office. Boston, Massachusetts. Herman Blumberg. 1980.
D16 5 Area office. Chicago, Illinois. Roger Nathan. 1980.
D16 6 Area office. Cincinnati, Ohio. Marilyn Slome. 1980.
D16 7 Area office. Cleveland, Ohio. Martin Plax. 1980.
D16 8 Area office. Dallas, Texas. Milton Tobian. 1980.
D16 9 Area office. Denver, Colorado. Betty Lande. 1980.
D16 10 Area office. Detroit, Michigan. Sherwood Sandweiss. 1980.
D16 11 Area office. Houston, Texas. 1980.
D16 12 Area office. Israel. M.B. Resinkoff. 1980.
D16 13 Area office. Long Island, New York. Adam Simms. 1980.
D16 14 Area office. Los Angeles, California. Neil Sandberg. 1980.
D16 15 Area office. Miami, Florida. Brenda Shapiro. 1980.
D16 16 Area office. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Murray Friedman. 1980.
D16 17 Area office. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jonathan Levine. 1980.
D16 18 Area office. San Francisco, California. Ernest Weiner. 1980.
D16 19 Area office. St. Louis, Missouri. Leland Cohen. 1980.
D16 20 Area office. Seattle, Washington. Art Abramson. 1980.
D16 21 Area office. Washington representative. Hyman Bookbinder. 1980.
D16 22 Area office. Washington, D.C. Brant Coopersmith. 1980.
D16 23 Area office. Westchester, New York. Bernice Newman. 1980.
D16 24 Backgrounders. 1980.
D16 25 Birnbaum, Max. 1980.
D16 26 Departments and divisions. Board of Services. Selma Hirsh. 1980.
D16 27 Departments and divisions. Community Services. Eugene DuBow. 1980.
D16 28 Departments and divisions. Community Services. Harold Applebaum. 1980.
D16 29 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. Abe Karlikow. 1980.
D16 30 Departments and divisions. Fundraising. William Trosten. 1980.
D16 31 Departments and divisions. Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity. Irving Levine. 1980.
D16 32 Departments and divisions. Interreligious. Marc Tanenbaum. 1980.
D16 33 Departments and divisions. Jewish Communal Affairs. Yehuda Rosenman. 1980.
D16 34 Departments and divisions. Oral History Library. Irma Krents. 1980.
D16 35 Departments and divisions. Personnel and Management Services. Marilyn Rothman. 1980.
D16 36 Departments and divisions. Public Relations. Morton Yarmon. 1980.
D16 37 Departments and divisions. Research. Milton Himmelfarb. 1980.
D16 38 Departments and divisions. Special Projects. Ira Silverman. 1980.
D16 39 Departments and divisions. Domestic Affairs Department. Seymour Samet. 1980.
D16 40 Departments and divisions. Discrimination. Samuel Rabinove. 1980.
D16 41 Departments and divisions. Discrimination. Legal associate. Maureen Schild. 1980.
D16 42 Departments and divisions. Discrimination. New York Regional Task Force. Burt Siegel. 1980.
D16 43 Departments and divisions. Discrimination. Trends analyses. Milton Ellerin. 1980.
D16 44 New York City affairs. Haskell Lazere. 1980.
D16 45 New York City affairs. Valerie Jorrin. 1980.
D16 46 New York City affairs. Legal advocacy for Aged and Urban Affairs.. 1980.
D16 47 Urban/Suburban. Education. Marilyn Braveman. 1980.
D16 53 Urban/Suburban. Urban affairs. Consultant Janice Golstein. 1980.
D16 48 Urban/Suburban. Urban affairs. Specialist Evan Bayer. 1980.
D16 49 Organizations. General. 1980.
D16 50 Organizations. Anti-Defamation League. 1980.
D16 51 Organizations. Association of Jewish Community Relations Workers. 1980.
D16 52 Organizations. Community Relations Service. 1980.
Box Folder
D17 1 Organizations. Conference on Jewish Communal Service. 1980.
D17 2 Organizations. Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds. 1980.
D17 3 Organizations. Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, Inc. 1980.
D17 4 Organizations. Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 1980.
D17 5 Organizations. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1980.
D17 6 Organizations. National Association of Human Rights Workers. 1980.
D17 7 Organizations. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1980.
D17 8 Organizations. National Urban League. 1980.
D17 9 Wishern, Maynard. President. 1980.
D17 10 Gold, Bertram. Executive Vice President. 1980.
D17 11 Maass, Richard. President. 1980.
D17 12 Arab influence. 1980.
D17 13 Affirmative action. 1980.
D17 14 Anti-Semitism. 1980.
D17 15 Black/Jewish relations. 1980.
D17 16 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 1979-1980.
D17 17 Energy Task Force. 1979-1980.
D17 18 Helsinki Watch Committee. 1980.
D17 19 Jewish/Hispanic relations. 1980.
D17 20 Housing. 1980.
D17 21 Illegal aliens. 1980.
D17 22 Ad Hoc Committee on Immigration. 1980.
D17 23 Japanese/American Citizens League. 1980.
D17 57 Klu Klux Klan. 1980.
D17 24 Laser plot. 1980.
D17 25 Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Social Change. 1980.
D17 26 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. Correspondence. 1980.
D17 27 New Right, The. 1980.
D17 28 Polls. 1980.
D17 29 Carter administration. 1980.
D17 30 Social discrimination. 1980.
D17 31 United States Commission on Civil Rights. 1980.
D17 32 Women's movement. 1980.
D17 33 Work sharing. Unemployment. 1980.
D17 34 Annual meeting. 1981.
D17 35 Blaustein (Hilda) Institute. 1981.
D17 36 Board of governors. 1981.
D17 37 Budget. 1981.
D17 38 American Jewish Committee Executive Committee. 1981.
D17 39 National Executive Council. 1981.
D17 40 Staff Advisory Committee. 1981.
D17 41 Staff Cabinet. 1981.
D17 42 Domestic Affairs Department. Meetings. 1981.
Includes agenda, meetings notices, minutes, etc.
D17 43 Domestic Affairs Department. Memos to staff. 1981.
D17 44 Area directors. Memos. 1981.
D17 45 Area office. Atlanta, Georgia. Sherry Frank. 1981.
D17 46 Area office. Baltimore, Maryland. Lois Rosenfield. 1981.
D17 47 Area office. Boston, Massachusetts. Herman Blumberg. 1981.
D17 48 Area office. Chicago, Illinois. Jonathan Levine. 1981.
D17 49 Area office. Cincinnati, Ohio. Marilyn Slome. 1981.
D17 50 Area office. Cleveland, Ohio. Martin Plax. 1981.
D17 51 Area office. Dallas, Texas. Milton Tobian. 1981.
D17 52 Area office. Denver, Colorado. Diane Steinman. 1981.
D17 53 Area office. Detroit, Michigan. Sherwood Sandweiss. 1981.
D17 54 Area office. Houston, Texas. Ellen Cohen. 1981.
D17 55 Area office. Israel. M.B. Resinkoff. 1981.
D17 56 Area office. Long Island, New York. John Silverman. 1981.
Box Folder
D18 1 Area office. Los Angeles, California. Neil Sandberg. 1981.
D18 2 Area office. Miami, Florida. William Gralnick. 1981.
D18 3 Area office. Newark, New Jersey Philip Saperia. 1981.
D18 4 Area office. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jonathan Levine. 1981.
D18 5 Area office. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Murray Friedman. 1981.
D18 6 Area office. San Francisco, California. Ernest Weiner. 1981.
D18 7 Area office. St. Louis, Missouri. Leland Cohen. 1981.
D18 8 Area office. Seattle, Washington. Art Abramson. 1981.
D18 9 Area office. Washington, D.C. Brant Coopersmith. 1981.
D18 10 Area office. Washington representative. Hyman Bookbinder. 1981.
D18 11 Max Birbaum. 1981.
D18 12 Departments and divisions. Board of Services. Selma Hirsh. 1981.
D18 13 Departments and divisions. Commentary. Norman Podhoretz. 1981.
D18 14 Departments and divisions. Community services. Eugene DuBow. 1981.
D18 15 Departments and divisions. Community services. Harold Applebaum. 1981.
D18 16 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. Abe Karlikow. 1981.
D18 17 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. Jacob Kovadloff. 1981.
D18 18 Departments and divisions. Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity. Irving Levine. 1981.
D18 19 Departments and divisions. Interreligious. Marc Tanenbaum. 1981.
D18 20 Departments and divisions. Jewish Communal Affairs. Yehuda Rosenman. 1981.
D18 21 Departments and divisions. Personnel management services. Marilyn Rothman. 1981.
D18 22 Departments and divisions. Public Relations. Morton Yarmon. 1981.
D18 23 Departments and divisions. Research. Milton Himmelfarb. 1981.
D18 24 Departments and divisions. Special reports. Ira Silverman. 1981.
D18 25 Departments and divisions. Domestic Affairs Department. Seymour Samet. 1981.
D18 26 Departments and divisions. Discrimination. Legal associate. Maureen Schild. 1981.
D18 27 Departments and divisions. Discrimination. Samuel Rabinove. 1981.
D18 28 Departments and divisions. Discrimination. New York Regional Task Force. Burt Siegel. 1981.
D18 29 Departments and divisions. Discrimination. Trends analyses. Milton Ellerin. 1981.
D18 30 New York City affairs. Haskell Lazere. 1981.
D18 31 New York City affairs. Advocacy for the Aged and Urban Affairs. Director. 1981.
D18 32 Urban/Suburban. Education. Marilyn Braveman. 1981.
D18 33 Urban/Suburban. Urban affairs specialist. Evan Bayer. 1981.
D18 34 Urban/Suburban. Urban affairs specialist. Adam Simms. 1981.
D18 35 Organizations. General. 1981.
D18 36 Organizations. American Jewish Congress. 1981.
D18 37 Organizations. Anti-Defamation League. 1981.
D18 38 Organizations. Association of Jewish Community Relations Workers. 1981.
D18 39 Organizations. Community Relations Service. 1981.
D18 40 Organizations. Conference on Jewish Communal Service. 1981.
D18 41 Organizations. Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, Inc. 1981.
D18 42 Organizations. Large City Budgeting Conference. 1981.
D18 43 Organizations. Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 1981.
D18 44 Organizations. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1981.
D18 45 Organizations. National Association of Human Rights Workers. 1981.
D18 46 Organizations. National Association of Jewish Legislators. 1981.
Box Folder
D19 1 Organizations. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1981.
D19 2 Organizations. National Urban League. 1981.
D19 3 Wishner, Maynard. President. 1981.
D19 4 Gold, Bertram. Executive Vice President. 1981.
D19 5 Anti-Semitism. 1981.
D19 6 Awards suggestions. 1981.
D19 7 Black/Jewish relations. 1981.
D19 8 Catholic/Jewish relations. 1981.
D19 9 Employment opportunities. 1981.
D19 10 Energy. 1981.
D19 11 Hispanic/Jewish relations. 1981.
D19 12 Housing. 1981.
D19 13 Immigration. Ad Hoc Committee. 1981.
D19 14 Joint Committee for International Consultations on Human Rights. 1981.
D19 15 Japanese/American Citizens League. 1981.
D19 16 Ku Klux Klan. 1981.
D19 17 Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Social Change. 1981.
D19 18 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. Correspondence. 1981.
D19 19 New right, the. 1981.
D19 20 Polls. 1981.
D19 21 Reagan administration. 1981.
D19 22 Social discrimination. 1981.
D19 23 Task Force on Defense. 1981.
D19 24 United States Commission on Civil Rights. 1981.
D19 25 Urban/Suburban Task Force. 1981.
D19 26 Women's movement. 1981.
D19 27 Economic revitalization. Urban Enterprise Zones. Correspondence. 1982-1983.
D19 28 Economic revitalization. Urban Enterprise Zones. Field memos. 1982.
D19 29 Economic revitalization. Urban Enterprise Zones. Other memos. 1982-1983.
D19 30 Economic revitalization. Urban Enterprise Zones. Washington consultation. 1982-1983.
D19 31 Economic revitalization. Urban Enterprise Zones. Legislation. 1982-1983.
D19 32 Economic revitalization. Urban Enterprise Zones. New York chapter. 1982-1983.
D19 33 Economic revitalization. Urban Enterprise Zones. Pertinent Paper Distribution. 1982-1983.
D19 34 Economic revitalization. Atari democrats. 1982.
D19 35 Economic revitalization. Pittsburgh focused program. 1983.
D19 36 Economic revitalization. Public/private partnerships. 1983.
D19 37 Crime. Correspondence. 1982-1983.
D19 38 Crime. Mandatory sentencing. 1982-1983.
D19 39 Crime. Victims. 1982-1983.
D19 40 Crime. President's Task Force on Violent Crime. 1982-1983.
D19 41 Crime. Police/community relations. 1982-1983.
D19 42 Crime and Criminal Justice. Walinsky police corps. 1982.
D19 43 Hispanic/Jewish relations. Memo regarding American Jewish Committee program. 1982-1983.
D19 44 Hispanic/Jewish relations. National Opinion Research Center study. 1982-1983.
D19 45 Hispanic/Jewish relations. Media conference proposal. 1982.
D19 46 Hispanic/Jewish relations. League of Latin American Citizens. 1982.
D19 47 Hispanic/Jewish relations. League of Latin American Citizens. 1983.
D19 48 Hispanic/Jewish relations. Correspondence. 1982.
D19 49 Hispanic/Jewish relations. Correspondence. 1983.
D19 50 Hispanic/Jewish relations. Mailing lists. 1982.
D19 51 Hispanic/Jewish relations. Israel. 1983.
D19 52 Hispanic/Jewish relations. United States Civil Rights Commission. 1983.
D19 53 Immigration. Huddleston amendment. 1982-1983.
D19 54 Immigration. Haitian refugees. National Emergency Coalition. 1981-1983.
D19 55 Immigration. Simms, Adam. 1982-1983.
D19 56 Immigration. Simpson-Mozzoli. 1982-1983.
D19 57 Immigration. Haitian refugees. 1982-1983.
D19 58 Immigration. Conferences. 1982-1983.
D19 59 Immigration. American Jewish Committee Task Force. 1981.
D19 60 Immigration. American Jewish Committee Task Force. 1982-1983.
D19 61 Immigration. National Immigration Forum. 1982.
D19 62 Immigration. Urban League. 1982.
D19 63 Immigration. Internationalization. 1982-1983.
D19 64 Immigration. Asylum. 1982-1983.
D19 65 Immigration. Romania. 1982-1983.
D19 66 Immigration. Interdepartmental Committee. 1983.
D19 67 Immigration. Iranian Jews. 1983.
D19 68 Immigration. Refugee Act. Reauthorization. 1983.
D19 69 Miscellaneous. Prejudice pamphlet. 1982.
D19 70 Miscellaneous. Anti-Semitism. 1981-1983.
D19 71 Miscellaneous. "Jewish Irving". 1982.
D19 72 Miscellaneous. Catholic/Jewish. 1982.
D19 73 Miscellaneous. Catholic/Jewish. 1983.
D19 74 Miscellaneous. Dual Loyalty. 1982.
D19 75 Miscellaneous. Correspondence. 1983.
D19 76 Miscellaneous. Staff organization. 1982.
D19 77 Miscellaneous. Staff organization. 1983.
D19 78 Administrative. American Jewish Committee staff retreat. 1982.
D19 79 Administrative. Domestic Affairs Department retreat. 1982.
D19 80 Administrative. Domestic Affairs Department staff meetings. 1982-1983.
D19 81 Administrative. Correspondence to Seymour Samet. 1982.
D19 82 Administrative. Domestic Affairs Commission: Washington. 1982.
Box Folder
D20 1 Administrative. Domestic Affairs Commission: Washington. 1983.
D20 2 Administrative. Blaustein Institute. 1982.
D20 3 Administrative. Addresses and talks. 1982.
D20 4 Administrative. Addresses and talks. 1983.
D20 5 Administrative. Domestic Affairs Commission. Meetings. 1982-1983.
D20 6 Administrative. Program projections. 1983.
D20 7 Administrative. Fundraising. 1983.
D20 8 Intergroup relations. Ukrainian/Jewish. 1981.
D20 9 Intergroup relations. Ukrainian/Jewish. 1982.
D20 10 Intergroup relations. Ukrainian/Jewish. 1983.
D20 11 Intergroup relations. Polish/Jewish. 1981.
D20 12 Intergroup relations. Polish/Jewish. 1982-1983.
D20 13 Domestic Affairs Commission. 1982.
D20 14 Domestic Affairs Commission. 1983.
D20 15 Domestic Affairs Commission. Chairman. Sholom D. Comay. 1981.
D20 16 Domestic Affairs Commission. Chairman. Richard L. Weiss. 1982.
D20 17 Domestic Affairs Commission. Chairman. Richard L. Weiss. 1983.
D20 18 Domestic Affairs Commission. Mailings. 1983.
D20 19 Domestic Affairs Commission. Meeting. 13-14 April 1980.
D20 20 Domestic Affairs Commission. Minutes. 1983.
D20 21 Domestic Affairs Commission. Steering Committee. 1981.
D20 22 Ad Hoc Committee on Neo-Nazi Activities. 1977.
D20 23 Bendaly list of Corporations and addresses. 1971.
D20 24 Arab Economic Warfare. Chapter involvement. 1977.
D20 25 Arab Economic Warfare. United States Department of Commerce. 1977.
D20 26 Annual meeting. 1983.
D20 27 Board of Governors. 1983.
D20 28 Budget. 1983.
D20 29 American Jewish Committee Executive Committee. 1983.
D20 30 National Executive Council. 1983.
[This file was empty and removed from the collection.]
D20 31 Staff Advisory Committee. 1983.
D20 32 Domestic Affairs Department. Memos. 1983.
D20 33 Domestic Affairs Department. Memos to staff. 1983.
D20 34 Domestic Affairs Department. Meetings. 1983.
Includes agenda, meetings notices, minutes, etc.
D20 35 Domestic Affairs Department. Steering Committee. 1982.
D20 36 Domestic Affairs Department. Steering Committee. 1983.
D20 37 New trends and their program implications. 1974-1975.
D20 38 Personnel. 1983.
D20 39 Tax revolt. 1978-1979.
D20 40 Domestic Affairs Department. Director. Seymour Samet. 1983.
D20 41 Discrimination Division. Samuel Rabinove. 1983.
D20 42 Discrimination Division. Legal Associate. Andrea Klausner. 1983.
D20 43 Discrimination Division. New York Regional Task Force on Executive Suite. 1983.
D20 44 Discrimination Division. Trends analyses. Milton Ellerin. 1983.
D20 45 New York City affairs. Haskell Lazere. 1983.
Box Folder
D21 1 Busing. 1972.
D21 8 Urban/Suburban. Education. Marilyn Braveman. 1983.
D21 9 Urban/Suburban. Urban affairs. Specialist Adam Simms. 1983.
D21 10 Urban/Suburban. Urban affairs. Specialist Evan Bayer. 1983.
D21 11 Urban/Suburban. Urban crisis. 1977.
D21 12 Area offices. Chicago, Illinois. Jonathan Levine. 1983.
D21 13 Area offices. Cincinnati, Ohio. Nancy Hahn Klein. 1983.
D21 14 Area offices. Cleveland, Ohio. Martin Plax. 1983.
D21 15 Area offices. Dallas, Texas. Milton Tobian. 1983.
D21 16 Area offices. Denver, Colorado. Diane Steinman. 1983.
D21 17 Area offices. Detroit, Michigan. Sherwood Sandweiss. 1983.
D21 18 Area offices. Israel. M. Bernard Resnikoff. 1983.
D21 19 Area offices. Long Island, New York. Joan Silverman. 1983.
D21 20 Area offices. Los Angeles, California. Niel Sandberg. 1983.
D21 21 Area offices. Miami, Florida. William Gralnick. 1983.
D21 22 Area offices. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Murray Friedman. 1983.
D21 23 Area offices. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Joyce Galpern. 1983.
D21 24 Area offices. St. Louis, Missouri. Randall Czarlinksy. 1983.
D21 25 Area offices. San Francisco, California. Ernest Wiener. 1983.
D21 26 Area offices. Seattle, Washington. Arthur Abramson. 1983.
D21 27 Area offices. Washington, D.C. Andrew Baker. 1983.
D21 28 Area offices. Washington, D.C. Hyman Bookbinder. 1983.
D21 29 Departments and divisions. Backgrounders. 1983.
D21 30 Departments and divisions. Board of Services. Selma Hirsh. 1983.
D21 31 Departments and divisions. Commentary. Norman Podhoretz. 1983.
D21 32 Departments and divisions. Community services. Eugene DuBow. 1983.
D21 33 Departments and divisions. Community services. Harold Applebaum. 1983.
D21 34 "Action Where You Are" brochure. 1978.
D21 35 Departments and divisions. Foreign Affairs. Abe Karlikow. 1983.
D21 36 Departments and divisions. Fundraising. William Trosten. 1983.
D21 37 Departments and divisions. Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity. Irving Levine. 1983.
D21 38 Departments and divisions. Interreligious. Marc Tanenbaum. 1983.
D21 39 Departments and divisions. Jewish Communal Affairs. Yehuda Rosenman. 1983.
D21 40 Departments and divisions. Personnel and Management Services. Marilyn Rothman. 1983.
D21 41 Departments and divisions. Present Tense. Murray Polner. 1983.
D21 42 Departments and divisions. Public Relations. Morton Yarmon. 1983.
D21 43 Departments and divisions. Research. Milton Himmelfarb. 1983.
D21 44 Publications. Fair employment report. 1982.
D21 45 Publications. Fair employment report. 1983.
D21 46 Publications. Field report. 1982.
D21 47 Publications. Israeli press highlights. 1982.
D21 48 Publications. Israeli press highlights. 1983.
D21 49 Publications. Kahn public policy report. 1983.
D21 50 Publications. News Leader. Articles by Gus Tyler. 1982.
D21 51 Publications. Directory of speakers. 1978-1979.
D21 52 Publications. Left/Right Digest. 1980-1983.
D21 53 Publications. Let's Be Human. 1982.
D21 54 Membership lists. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. 1977.
D21 55 United Nations/Non-Governmental organizations. 1980.
D21 56 Organizations. 1983.
D21 57 Organizations. Anti-Defamation League. 1983.
D21 58 Organizations. American Jewish Congress. 1983.
D21 59 Organizations. Association of Jewish Community Relations Workers. 1983.
D21 60 Community Relations Service. Responses from field offices. 1978.
D21 61 Organizations. Conference on Jewish Communal Service. 1983.
D21 62 Organizations. Large City Budgeting Conference. 1982.
D21 63 Organizations. Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 1982.
D21 64 Organizations. Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 1983.
D21 65 Organizations. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1982.
D21 66 Organizations. National Association of Human Rights Workers. 1982.
D21 67 Organizations. National Association of Human Rights Workers. 1983.
D21 68 Organizations. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1982.
D21 69 Organizations. National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. 1983.
D21 70 Organizations. National Urban League. 1982.
D21 71 Organizations. National Urban League. 1983.
D21 72 Publications. American Jewish Committee policy and position papers on major issues. 1982.
D21 73 Publications. Civil Rights Update. 1982.
D21 74 Publications. Civil Rights Update. 1983.
D21 75 Publications. Congressional Insight. 1982.
D21 76 Elmer Winter. 1982.
D21 77 Elmer Winter. 1983.
D21 78 Howard Friedman, President. 1983.
D21 79 Maynard Wishner, President. 1982.
D21 80 Maynard Wishner, President. 1983.
D21 81 Donald Feldstein, Executive Vice President. 1982.
D21 82 Donald Feldstein, Executive Vice President. 1983.
D21 83 Bertram Gold, Executive Vice President. 1982.
Box Folder
D22 1 Anti-Semitism. 1982.
D22 2 Anti-Semitism. 1983.
D22 3 Arab influence. 1981-1982.
D22 4 Arab influence. 1983.
D22 5 Black/Jewish relations. 1983.
D22 6 Black political convention. 1972-1977.
D22 7 Catholic/Jewish relations. 1982.
D22 8 "Catholic-Jewish" Issues. 1975.
D22 9 Censorship. 1977.
D22 10 Congressional Quarterly of the present committee assignments of senators and congresspersons. 1977.
D22 11 Congressional Record. 1973.
D22 12 Congressional Record. 1975.
D22 13 Country clubs. 1976.
D22 14 Department of Commerce offices. 1976.
D22 15 Employment opportunities. 1982.
D22 16 Energy. 1982.
D22 17 Energy. 1983.
D22 18 Economies. 1976.
D22 19 Federal policy on remedies concerning equal employment opportunity in state and local government personnel systems. 1973.
D22 20 Helsinski Watch Committee. 1982.
D22 21 Hispanic/Jewish relations. 1982.
D22 22 Full employment. 1976-1977.
D22 23 Full employment. Humphrey-Hawkins bill. 1976-1977.
D22 24 Health manpower bill. 1976.
D22 25 Highlights of Nixon administration initiatives in civil rights and related social programs. 1973-1975.
D22 26 Civil Service Commission. 1977-1978.
D22 27 Health, Education, and Welfare Department. 1977.
D22 28 Illegal aliens. 1978.
D22 29 Immigration. Ad Hoc Committee. 1982.
D22 30 Immigration. Ad Hoc Committee. 1983.
D22 31 Health and welfare planning. Association program guide. 1977.
D22 32 Institute for Political Democracy. J. Slawson. 1975-1980.
D22 33 Japanese/American Citizens League. 1982.
D22 34 Japanese/American Citizens League. 1983.
D22 35 Joint Committee for International Consultations on Human Rights. 1980.
D22 36 Joint Committee for International Consultations on Human Rights. 1982.
D22 37 Joint Committee for International Consultations on Human Rights. 1983.
D22 38 Ku Klux Klan. 1982.
D22 39 Law careers for minority students. 1978.
D22 40 Twentieth anniversary march on Washington. 1982-1983.
D22 41 Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Social Change. 1980.
D22 42 Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Social Change. 1982.
D22 43 Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Social Change. 1983.
D22 44 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. Correspondence. 1982.
D22 45 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council. Correspondence. 1983.
D22 46 Palestinian Liberation Organization. 1982.
D22 47 Polls. 1970-1975.
D22 48 Polls. 1983.
D22 49 Polls. 1982.
D22 50 Reagan administration. 1982.
D22 51 Research project on energy and economic policy. 1976.
Box Folder
D23 1 Fiscal crisis. 1975.
D23 2 Report of Ad Hoc General Officers Steering Committee on Equal Opportunity. 1975.
D23 3 Social discrimination. 1976.
D23 4 Preferential treatment. 1973-1974.
D23 5 Health, Education, and Welfare (United States Department of). Meeting with Casper Weinberger. 1974.
D23 6 Reagan administration. 1983.
D23 7 Social discrimination. 1978.
D23 8 Social discrimination. 1979.
D23 9 Task force of the 1980's. 1981.
D23 10 Task force of the 1980's. 1982.
D23 11 Task force on defense. 1983.
D23 12 United States Commission on Civil Rights. 1982.
D23 13 United States Commission on Civil Rights. 1983.
D23 14 1980's Task forces. Urban/suburban. 1980.
D23 15 Urban enterprise zones. 1982.
D23 16 United States Civil Service Commission. 1972-1977.
D23 17 Women's movement. 1982.
D23 18 "Youth Employment - Project 4,000". 1978-1979.
D23 19 Zionism and racism. 1982.
D23 20 Arabs. 1972.
D23 21 Arabs. Chicago chapter. 1975.
D23 22 Statement by the President. 20 November 1975.
D23 23 Arab economic warfare. 1975.
D23 24 Arab economic warfare. 1976.
D23 25 Arab economic warfare. Area office correspondence. 1976.
D23 26 Arab economic warfare. California. 1976.
D23 27 Arab economic warfare. States A-Z. 1976-1977.
D23 28 Arab economic warfare. States A-Z. 1977.
Subseries 2. Program Consultant. 1971-1979. [2 record cartons]
Historical Note: Ann G. Wolfe was a program consultant during the time that the Domestic Affairs Department was integrated into the Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department. Along with her files here, she has material in Series C. Intergroup Relations and Social Action Department, Subseries 2. Program Consultant.
Box
D24 Jewish Poor project. 1971. [26 folders]
Box Folder
D25 1-11 Administration, Correspondence, Reports. 1977-1979.
D25 12-31 Activity and subject files A-W. 1978.
D25 32-47 Activity and subject files A-S. 1979.
D25 48-67 Geographic files A-W. 1978.
D25 68-87 Women's issues. 1978.
D25 88-113 Women's issues. 1979.
Subseries 3. Legal Office. 1968-1984 (bulk 1974-1978). [9 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Consists of various materials related to actual or potential legal actions in which the Domestic Affairs Department's Legal Office had an interest. Areas of interests include anti-Semitic discrimination, racial quotas, separation of church and state, and Arab economic warfare against the State of Israel. Materials include correspondence (inter- and intra-), newspaper clippings, and legal filings.
Arrangement Note: Primarily original order: a mixture of geographic, subject, and alphabetical files. Materials are arranged alphabetically within section; geographic files arranged by state.
Box
D26 Geographic files. 1974-1980. [35 folders]
D26 Subject files. General, A-Af. 1974-1978. [5 folders]
Box
D27 Subject files. Af-Ch. 1974-1978. [29 folders]
Box
D28 Subject files. Ch-Qu. 1974-1978. [43 folders]
Box
D29 Subject files. Re-Wo. 1974-1978. [28 folders]
Box
D30 Subject files. Ba-Sa, miscellaneous. 1982-1984, Undated. [13 folders]
Box
D31 Subject files. Se-Yo. 1974-1976, 1983-1984. [9 folders]
D31 Subject files. Le-St. 1975-1976. [4 folders]
D31 Alphabetic files. A-Z. 1975-1976, Undated. [2 folders]
D31 Subject files. Ab-Am. 1975-1976. [4 folders]
D31 Geographic files. 1975-1977. [13 folders]
Box
D32 Subject files. 1968-1976. [24 folders]
[Includes topical, case, legislative, privacy, and geographic files.]
Box
D33-D34 Arab economic warfare. 1975-1978. [35 folders and 1 item]
[Includes one file on youth and bigotry.]
Subseries 4. General. 1953-1981 (bulk 1957-1969). [17 record cartons and 1 Hollinger box]
Scope and Content Note: Includes research and budget reports, administrative memos, inter-office correspondence, meeting minutes, and similar materials from the Domestic Affairs Department's files. Of particular interest are committee meeting minutes that can be found in sections of Domestic Affairs Committee administrative files (D48) and in the Program Emphases Committee and Program Advisory Committee files (D43). A separate section of research topics includes headings such as Jewish Apostasy Study, Midtown Religious Identity Study, and Study of Negro Attitudes Toward Jews. Lastly, a large section of files with the primary heading New York Regional Task Force collects departmental reports and correspondence from this task force, concerned with studying trends and events of concern to the AJC in and around the New York region during the years 1972-1981.
Arrangement Note: Original order maintained.
Box
D35 Subject files. A-Z, general. 1959-1967. [4 folders]
D35 Subject files. Ab-Ar.1958-1967. [41 folders]
Box
D36 Subject files. Ar-Ch.1957-1967. [34 folders]
Box
D37 Subject files. Do-Ed.1955-1967. [26 folders]
Box
D38 Subject files. Ed-Exe.1961-1967. [27 folders]
Box
D39 Subject files. Exe-Fu.1957-1967. [41 folders]
Box
D40 Subject files. Ge-In.1956-1967. [39 folders]
Box
D41 Subject files. In-La.1958-1968. [37 folders]
Box
D42 Subject files. Le-Po.1958-1967. [47 folders]
Box
D43 Subject files. Pr-Re.1958-1967. [40 folders]
Box
D44 Subject files. Re-St.1953-1968. [33 folders]
Box
D45 Subject files. St-Ur.1959-1968. [24 folders]
Box
D46 Subject files. Ur-Wo.1960-1968. [22 folders]
D46 Subject files. A-Z, general.1966-1969. [5 folders]
D46 Alphabetical files. Fo-Yo.1960-1968. [12 folders]
[Arranged by personal name.]
Box
D47 Subject files. Or-Vi.1965-1969. [49 folders]
D47 Subject files. A-Aj.1963-1969. [16 folders]
Box
D52 Subject files. Aj-Ed.1963-1969. [86 folders]
Box
D48 Subject files. Aj-Ed.1964-1969. [40 folders]
D48 Administrative files. Domestic Affairs Committee.1969. [13 folders]
D48 Administrative files. Domestic Affairs Committee.1968. [13 folders]
Box
D49 Administrative files. Re-Wo.1967-1969. [29 folders]
D49 Research files.1967-1969. [19 folders]
Box
D50 Subject files. Pr-Re.1965-1969. [8 folders]
Box
D51 New York Regional Task Force.1972-1981. [65 folders]
D51 Administrative files. Israel Laster.1974-1975. [5 folders]
Subseries 5. House Counsel, Women's Issues, and Executive Suite. 1973-1984. [1 record carton and 1.5 Hollinger boxes]
Box
D52 House counsel legal records. [55 folders]
[Includes correspondence, reports, and filings related to cases taken on by the Domestic Affairs Department house counsel.]
Box
D53 Women's issues, executive suite, and social discrimination. 1983-1984.
[Includes Linda Greenman's files dealing with feminism and other social discrimination.]
Series E. Civil Rights and Social Action Department. 1941-1976. [20 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Original folder notations sometime suggest that the Civil Rights and Social Action Department and the Intergroup and Social Action Department were once a single department or otherwise related. See also Series C. Intergroup and Social Action Department.
Arrangement Note: This series contains five subseries: Subseries 1. Director's Office. 1941-1968., Subseries 2. Program Consultant. 1956-1970., Subseries 3. Legal Office. 1947-1974., Subseries 4. Business Office. 1956-1971., and Subseries 5. Race Relations. 1959-1976.
Subseries 1. Director's Office. 1941-1968. [10 record cartons]
Scope and Content Note: Records were created by Director Edwin Lukas.
Arrangement Note: This subseries contains two sections: Section i. Geographic Files. 1961-1968. and Section ii. Subject Files. 1941-1968.
Section i. Geographic Files. 1961-1968.
Scope and Content Note: Includes records on activities of local AJC committee chapters and other social, economic, and political activities within local regions.
Arrangement Note: Arranged alphabetically by state or region.
Box Folder
E1 1 A-Z. 1961-1967.
[Includes the following locations: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Illinois, Israel, Lebanon, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mexico, Mississippi, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, Scandinavia, Turkey, and Wisconsin.]
E1 2 Arizona. 1962-1966.
E1 3 California. 1963-1968.
E1 4 Florida. 1962-1968.
E1 5 Georgia. 1963-1968.
E1 6 Latin America. 1962.
E1 7 Michigan. 1962-1968.
E1 8 Mid-Western Region. 1964-1968.
E1 9 Missouri. 1962-1967.
E1 10 New England Region. 1962-1966.
E1 11 New Jersey. 1961-1968.
E1 12 New York. 1965-1968.
E1 13 New York. Constitutional Convention. 1965-1967.
E1 14 Ohio. 1962-1968.
E1 15 Pennsylvania. 1963-1968.
E1 16 Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. 1962-1967.
E1 17 Southeast Area. 1962-1968.
E1 18 Southwest Region. 1961-1967.
E1 19 Texas. 1962-1967.
E1 20 Western Region. 1963-1968.
Section ii. Subject Files. 1941-1968.
Scope and Content Note: Includes subject files on social, economic, and political subject and organizations. Subjects emphasized include 1960's Arab boycott, church and state, civil rights, executive employment practices and discrimination, housing, human relations, the Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee, mass media, the National Committee Relations Advisory Council, race relations, the radical right and extremism, and social discrimination. Subject files T through Z are missing.
Arrangement Note: Arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
E1 21 A-Z. 1961-1968.
[Includes Abortion, chapter program, crèche (Hartsdale), crime conference, disinterment, filibuster, finances, fluoridation, grants, Jewish community relations, lobbying, migration, miscegenation, pension fund (anti-discrimination policies), Planned Parenthood, postage stamps, prejudice and discrimination article by Ann Wolfe, restitution, social welfare, statute of limitations, students and student unrest, Warsaw Ghetto uprising, wire-tapping, and travel.]
E1 22 A. 1962-1967.
E1 23 Abram, Morris B. 1962-1968.
E1 24 Adoption litigation. 1966-1967.
[Includes the following cases: Joseph Fitzsimmons Comm of Public Welfare, County of Ulster v. Michael and Mary Liuni, and Burke v. New Jersey.]
E1 25 Alinsky, Saul. 1965-1966.
E1 26 All American Conference to Combat Communism. 1962-1965.
E1 27 American Civil Liberties Union. 1963-1968.
E1 28 American Jewish Congress. 1963-1966.
E1 29 American Jewish Year Book. 1949-1968.
E1 30 American Mercury. Willoughby, Charles A., Major General. 1959-1963.
E1 31 Annual Meeting. 1966-1968.
E1 32 Anti-Defamation League. 1962-1968.
E1 34-35 Anti-Semitism. 1962-1968.
E1 36-40 Arab Boycott. 1961-1968.
Box Folder
E2 1 Arab Boycott. Coco-Cola. 1961-1967.
E2 2 Arab Boycott. Committee. 1965-1967.
E2 3 Arab Boycott. Japan. 1965-1968.
E2 4 Arab Boycott. Legislation. 1963-1967.
E2 5 Arab Boycott. Lilienthal, Alfred. Hilton. 1961-1962.
E2 6 Arab Boycott. Near East reports. 1965-1967.
E2 7 Arab Boycott. Travel and work permits. 1962-1967.
E2 8 Arab propaganda. 1963-1968.
E2 9 Awards. Lehman Medallion. Medallic Art Co. -- Berks, Robert. 1963-1964.
E2 10 B. 1963-1966.
E2 11 Blumberg, Ralph. Bogalusa, Louisiana radio station. 1965-1966.
E2 12 Brandeis camp. Agreement with Dr. Jacob Hurwitz. 1968.
E2 13 Budget. 1960-1968.
E2 14 Business and Industry. 1961-1968.
E2 15 Business and Industry. Committee. 1961-1964.
E2 16 By-Laws and charter amendments. 1962-1968.
E2 17 C. 1960-1967.
E2 18 Capital punishment. 1962-1967.
E2 19-22 Church-State. 1962-1968.
E2 23 Church-State. AJC statements. 1960-1966.
E2 24 Church-State. Broussard v. Houston Independent School District. 1966-1967.
E2 25 Church-State. Busing. 1962-1967.
E2 26 Church-State. Census. Religious question. 1966-1968.
E2 27 Church-State. Christmas holiday. 1962-1968.
E2 28 Church-State. Christmas stamps. 1962-1967.
E2 29 Church-State. Dual Enrollment. Shared Time. 1962-1968.
E2 30 Church-State. Federal aid to education. 1961-1967.
[See also, Education. 1962-1967.]
Box Folder
E3 1 Church-State. Federal aid to education. AJC statements. 1965-1967.
E3 2-4 Church-State. Federal aid to education. Elementary and secondary education amendments. 1965- 1968.
E3 5 Church-State. Federal aid to education. Flast case. 1966-1968.
E3 6 Church-State. Federal aid to education. Higher education. 1963-1968.
E3 7 Church-State. Federal aid to education. Higher education. Nominations to advisory council. Kemper, Richard F. 1965.
E3 8 Church-State. Federal aid to education. "Self Interest and the Jewish Community". 1967.
E3 9 Church-State. Guidelines. 1965-1966.
E3 10 Church-State. Judicial review bill. 1965-1968.
E3 11 Church-State. Michigan Act 343. State aid. 1965-1968.
E3 12 Church-State. National Committee for Amish Religious Freedom. 1967.
E3 13 Church-State. Pledge of Allegiance. 1964-1965.
E3 14 Church-State. Prayer. School. 1962-1968.
E3 15 Church-State. Prayer. School. Rubenstein v. Board of Education Hicksville. 1962.
E3 16 Church-State. Prayer amendment. Becker. 1962-1964.
E3 17 Church-State. Prayer amendment. Dirkson. 1966.
E3 18 Church-State. Prayer amendment. AJC statements. 1962-1966.
E3 19 Church-State. Prayer amendment. Congressional hearings. Testimony. 1965.
E3 20 Church-State. Prayer amendment. National Council of Churches. 1964.
E3 21 Church-State. Prayer decision. 1962-1966.
E3 22 Church-State. Prayer decision. "America" editorial reactions. 1962-1963.
E3 23 Church-State. Prayer decision. Engel v. Vitale. Regents' prayer case. 1962-1963.
E3 24 Church-State. Prayer decision. Griswold speech. "Absolute Is in the Dark". 1963.
E3 25 Church-State. Prayer decision. Schemp-Murray. Bible reading and school prayer. 1962-1964.
E3 26 Church-State. Prayer decision. Study commission. 1965-1967.
E3 27 Church-State. Prayer decision. Textbooks. 1965-1968.
[See also, Textbooks. 1962-1970.
E3 28 Church-State. Released Time. Columbia, Maryland. 1966-1967.
E3 29 Citizens Committee for Children. 1963-1968.
E3 30 Citizens Exchange Corporation. 1967-1968.
E3 31 Citizens for Educational Freedom. 1962-1967.
Box Folder
E4 1-5 Civil rights. 1959-1968.
[See also, Legislation. Proposed. 1967-1968.]
E4 6-7 Civil rights. Bills. 1963-1964.
E4 8 Civil rights. Bond, Julian. Bond v. Floyd - Georgia. 1966.
E4 9 Civil rights. Civil rights bills. Protection Act of 1966. 1965-1966.
E4 10 Civil rights. Civil rights bills. Safe streets and crime control. 1967-1968.
E4 11 Civil rights. Civil rights bills. Voting rights. 1964-1966.
E4 12 Civil rights. Job discrimination. 1963-1965.
[See also, Employment. 1962-1967.]
E4 13 Civil rights. Jury selection and service bill. 1965-1967.
E4 14 Civil rights. Marches and protests. 1967-1968.
E4 15-16 Civil rights. Segregation. 1961-1968.
E4 17 Civil rights. Title VI Amendment to Civil Rights Act of 1964. 1966-1967.
E4 18 Civil rights. Washington Conference - July 24. Race relations. 1963.
E4 19 Civil rights. Washington Conference - July 24. Race relations. Invitation lists. 1963.
E4 20 Civil rights. White House Conference to Fulfill These Rights. 1965-1966.
E4 21 Civil rights and Liberties Committee. 1962-1965.
E4 22 Civil rights and Liberties Committee. Membership. 1964-1966.
E4 23 Commentary. 1964-1968.
E4 24 Committees. 1962-1966.
E4 25 Community Relations Service. 1963-1965.
E4 26 Constitutional amendments. 1963.
E4 27 D. 1962-1968.
E4 28 Dictionaries. 1961-1966.
E4 29 E. 1962-1968.
E4 30 Education. 1962-1967.
[See also, Church-State. Federal Aid to Education. 1961-1967.]
E4 31 Employment. 1962-1967.
[See also, Civil Rights. Job discrimination. 1963-1965.]
E4 32 Employment. Xerox. 1962-1966.
E4 33 Engel, Irving M. 1963-1968.
E4 34 Executive board. 1963-1964.
E4 35-36 Executive employment. 1962-1968.
E4 37 Executive employment. ADL [Anti-Defamation League?] Study. "The Under-Utilization of Jewish Personnel in White Collar and Executive Ranks in Three Major Automobile Manufacturing Companies".
E4 38 Executive employment. Clippings. 1960-1966.
E4 39 Executive employment. Chapter activities. 1964-1966.
E4 40 Executive employment. Colleges and Universities. 1965-1966.
Box Folder
E5 1 Executive employment. Companies. A-Z. 1964-1966.
[Includes Allis-Chalmers, Bethlehem Steel, Chrysler Corporation, Coco-Cola, Continental Banking, Curtis Publishing, E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co., Eastman Kodak, General Foods, IBM, International Pipe and Ceramic Corporation, Johnson and Johnson, Montgomery Ward, Pennsylvania Railroad, Raybestos-Manhantain Co., Scott Paper Co., Socony Mobile Oil Co., Standard Oil Co., Thomas Lipton Co., U.S. Steel Corporation.]
E5 2 Executive employment. Department stores. 1965-1966.
E5 3 Executive employment. "Door Openers". Contacts to companies. 1965-1966.
E5 4 Executive employment. Insurance. 1964-1967.
E5 5 Executive employment. Lawyers. 1963-1967.
E5 6 Executive employment. Medicare. Contract compliance. Religious discrimination. 1965-1967.
E5 7 Executive employment. National Industrial Conference Board. 1965-1966.
E5 8 Executive employment. Pennsylvania program. 1964-1967.
E5 9 Executive employment. Research studies. 1962-196.
E5 10 Executive employment. Research studies. Bishop College. 1963.
E5 11 Executive employment. Research studies. Cleveland project. 1964-1966.
E5 12 Executive employment. Research studies. Cornell University. Goldsen, Professor Rose. 1964- 1966.
E5 13 Executive employment. Research studies. Falk Foundation. 1963-1965.
E5 14 Executive employment. Research studies. Harvard University. 1962-1965.
E5 15 Executive employment. Research studies. Michigan. Kahn, Robert L. 1962-1966.
E5 16-17 Executive employment. Research studies. University of California Los Angeles. Powell, Reed. 1961- 1968.
E5 18 Executive employment. Training and workshops. 1965-1966.
E5 19-20 Executive employment. United States Government. Contract Compliance. 1963-1967.
E5 21 Executive employment. United States Government. Contract Compliance. Feller, David E. 1965- 1966.
E5 22 Executive employment. United States Government. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 1963- 1968.
E5 23 Executive employment. United States Government. White House Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity. 1965.
E5 24 Executive employment. Utilities. 1963-1965.
E5 25 Executive employment. Utilities. Companies A-Z. 1964-1966.
[Includes American Gas Co., AT&T, Baltimore Gas and Electric, Cincinnati Gas and Electric, Cincinnati Suburban Bell, Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co., Consolidated Edison, Detroit Edison Co., Duquesne Light Co., Florida Power and Light Co., General Electric Co., Indiana Power and Light, New York Telephone, Northern Natural Gas Co., Northern State Power and Light, Philadelphia Electric Co., Public Service Electric and Gas Co., Southern Co., Union Electric Co., and Wisconsin Electric Power Co.]
E5 26 Executive employment. Utilities. Pennsylvania Power and Light Co. 1964-1966.
E5 27 Executive employment. Utilities. Press releases and reactions. 1963-1964.
E5 28 Executive employment. Utilities. Southern California Edison. 1964-1965.
E5 29 Executive employment. Zorn, Burton A. 1965-1966.
Box Folder
-- -- Extremism.
[See Radical right and extremism. 1961-1968.]
Box Folder
E5 30 F. 1962-1968.
E5 31 Foley, Albert S. Spring Hill College. 1962-1968.
E5 32 Foreign affairs. 1963-1968.
E5 33 Fortune [magazine] advertisement of TEC. 1967.
E5 34 Fund raising. 1962-1968.
E5 35 G. 1963-1968.
E5 36 Golden, Harry. 1964-1967.
Box Folder
-- -- Greenwich Conference.
[See Radical right and extremism. 1961-1968.]
Box Folder
E5 37-40 Group libel and genocide. 1949-1968.
Box Folder
E6 1 H. 1962-1968.
E6 2 Hays, Arthur Garfield. Civil Liberties Program. 1965.
E6 3 Horkheimer, Max. 1963-1964.
E6 4 House Unamerican Activities Committee. KKK hearings and MBA testimony. 1965-1966.
E6 5-7 Housing. 1960-1968.
[See also, National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing. 1961-1968.
E6 8 Housing. Averbuck v. 485 Park Avenue. 1968.
E6 9 Housing. California Proposition 14. 1964-1966.
E6 10 Housing. California Proposition 14. Briefs, bills, clippings, etc. 1964-1966.
E6 11 Housing. Chicago. 1967.
E6 12 Housing. Jones v. Mayer. 1967-1968.
E6 13 Housing. National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing. Report on National Legal Conference. 1965.
E6 14 Human rights. 1965.
E6 15 Humane slaughter. Schechita. 1962-1968.
E6 16 Humane slaughter. Schechita. Restraining pen. 1966-1968.
E6 17 I-J. 1962-1967.
E6 18 Immigration. 1961-1965.
E6 19-20 Institute for American Democracy. 1944-1968.
E6 21 Institute of Human Relations. 1961-1968.
E6 22 Institute of Human Relations. Insurance. 1961-1966.
E6 23 Institute of Human Relations. Maintenance. 1961-1967.
E6 24 Institute of Human Relations. Taxes. 1962-1968.
E6 25 Institute of Human Relations. Tenants. 1961.
E6 26 Institute of Human Relations. Tenants. Friend-Reiss. 1961-1968.
E6 27 Institute of Human Relations. Tenants. Oken. 1961-1968.
E6 28 Institute of Human Relations. Tenants. Thorpe. 1961-1965.
E6 29 Interreligious affairs. 1962-1967.
E6 30 Jewish Community Relations Council. 1961-1966.
E6 31-32 Joint Defense Appeal. 1941-1962.
E6 33 Joint Defense Appeal. Termination. 1962-196.
Box Folder
E7 1 K. 1962-1966.
E7 2 Kaplan, Jacob M. 1962-1967.
E7 3 Kennedy assassination. Dallas, Texas. 1963.
[See also, Ruby, Jack. 1964-1966.]
E7 4 L. 1963-1968.
E7 5 Large City Budgeting Conference. 1963-1967.
E7 6-9 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. 1964-1968.
E7 10 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. Budget and Finance. 1964-1968.
E7 11 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. Dockets. 1965-1968.
E7 12 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. Fund raising. 1964-1968.
E7 13 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. Incorporation. 1964.
E7 14 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. Minutes and agenda. 1964-1967.
E7 15 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. Name change. 1965-1966.
E7 16 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. Robert Baldwin Federation of American Civil Liberties Union. 1967- 1968.
E7 17 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee. Tax exemption. 1964-1968.
E7 18 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 1962-1966.
E7 19 Legislation. Proposed. 1967-1968.
[See also, Civil rights. 1959-1968.]
E7 20 Liunis case. Adoption. 1966.
E7 21 Lukas, Edwin J. 1964-1968.
E7 22 Lukas, Edwin J. Field visits and speaking engagements. 1961-1967.
E7 23 Lukas, Edwin J. Radio and television appearances. 1963.
[See also, Mass media. 1963-1967.]
E7 24 Lukas, Edwin J. "Right of the Poor" speech on poverty. Columbia University. 1964-1965.
E7 25 M. 1956-1966.
E7 26 Mass media. 1963-1967.
E7 27 Mass media. CBS/NBC v. Federal Communications Commission. 1968.
E7 28 Mass media. Conference on Balanced Programming. 1968.
[See also, Mass media. United Church of Christ. 1966-1968.]
E7 29 Mass media. Film Advisory Committee. 1962-1968.
E7 30 Mass media. Film Advisory Committee. Reports. 1963-1968.
E7 31 Mass media. Films and Plays. A-Z. 1963-1968.
[Includes An ounce of Prevention, Beyond the Fringe, Blue Light, Bye Bye Braverman, Candy, Chips with Everything, Fiddler on the Roof, Garden of Finzi-Contini, Greatest Story Ever Told, Green Circle Program, John Goldfarb Please Come Home, Israel, It Happened Here, Jews, Jonson Film - USIA, Moses Prince of Egypt, Might of the Generals, Passion Play, Pilgrimage Play, Pontius Pilate, Restless One, Return from the Ashes, Springtime for Hitler, Third Reich, Thirtieth of January 1945, Witnesses.]
E7 32 Mass media. Films and Plays. Deputy. 1963-1964.
E7 33 Mass media. Films and Plays. Focus. 1960-1962.
E7 34 Mass media. Films and Plays. Oliver. 1961-1963.
E7 35 Mass media. Films and Plays. Redeemer. 1959-1966.
Box Folder
E8 1 Mass media. Radio and television. 1962-1967.
E8 2 Mass media. Radio and television. Committee. 1962-1963.
E8 3 Mass media. Radio and television. "Dialogue". 1965.
E8 4-5 Mass media. Radio and television. KTYM. Inglewood, California. 1966-1967.
E8 6 Mass media. Radio and television. Talk backs. 1966-1967.
E8 7 Mass media. Radio and television. WLBT. Jackson, Mississippi. 1964-1967.
E8 8 Mass media. Radio and television. WXUR. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1966-1968.
E8 9 Mass media. United Church of Christ. 1966-1968.
[See also, Mass media. Conference on Balanced Programming. 1968.]
E8 10 Morocco. 1961-1962.
E8 11 Mount of Olives. 1962-1968.
E8 12 N. 1962-1968.
E8 13 National Association for Advancement of Colored People. 1961-1968.
E8 14 National Association for Intergroup Relations Officials. 1960-1965.
E8 15 National Association for Intergroup Relations Officials. Financial reports. 1963-1964.
E8 16-20 National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing. 1961-1968.
[See also, Housing. 1960-1968.]
E8 21-24 National Committee Relations Advisory Council. 1961-1968.
E8 25 National Committee Relations Advisory Council. AJC re-entry. 1965-1966.
E8 26 National Committee Relations Advisory Council. Census. 1966-1967.
E8 27 National Committee Relations Advisory Council. Church-State Conference. 1966.
E8 28 National Committee Relations Advisory Council. Commission on Church-State and Intergroup Relations. 1966- 1968.
E8 29 National Committee Relations Advisory Council. Commission on Individual Freedom and Jewish Security. 1966- 1968.
E8 30 National Committee Relations Advisory Council. Executive Committee. 1966-1968.
E8 31 National Committee Relations Advisory Council. Joint Advisory Committee. Schechita-Sub-Joint. 1966- 1968.
E8 32 National Committee Relations Advisory Council. Middle East. 1967.
E8 33 National Conference on Religion and Race. 1962-1963.
Box Folder
E9 1 Neo-Fascists and hate groups. 1962-1966.
[See also, Radical right and extremism. 1961-1968.]
E9 2 Neo-Fascists and hate groups. A-Z. 1961-1967.
[Includes Arrowsmith; Beatty, John; Black Muslims; Christian Youth Corps; Common Sense; Federation of American Citizens; Harner, Ronald; Let Freedom Ring; Madole, James Jr.; Minutemen; Mosely, Oswald, Sir; National Renaissance Party; Racie Riots: An Anthology of Ethnic Institute; Ridge, George Ross; Shotgun News; Smith, Gerald L.K.; Venable, James; and White Citizens Council.]
E9 3 Neo-Fascists and hate groups. Ku Klux Klan. 1965.
E9 4 Neo-Fascists and hate groups. National States Rights Party. 1962-1967.
E9 5-6 Neo-Fascists and hate groups. Rockwell, George Lincoln. American Nazi Party. 1961-1967.
E9 7 Neo-Fascists and hate groups. Rockwell, George Lincoln. Hoffstra study. 1964-1966.
E9 8 O-Q. 1962-1967.
E9 9 Ombudsman. 1967.
E9 10 Podhoretz-Grebstein case. 1962-1963.
E9 11 Police. 1962-1968.
[See also, Radical right and extremism. Elections. 1962-1966.
E9 12 Politics. 1961-1968.
E9 13 Poverty. 1964-1967.
E9 14 Program and activities. 1963-1968.
E9 15 Public Affairs Committee. 1962-1968.
E9 16 Publications and articles. A-Z. 1962-1968.
[Includes American Heritage; Cleghorn, Reese; Fiction Project; Hate Reader; Homo Sapiens & Irish; How Congressmen Make Up Their Minds; How to Live as a Jew in Germany Today; Illegal Trial of Jesus; Job Disc is Illegal: A Guide to Legal Action; Johnson, Robert, Dr.; Man in the Glass Booth; National Jewish Chronicle; Politics & Civil Rights in the U.S.; Race & Reason; Race and the Biblical Tradition; and Silent Syndicate.]
E9 17 Publications and articles. AJC. A-Z. 1962-1968.
[Includes About the American Jewish Committee; About 100 Books; Anatomy of a Riot; Children's Books; Cohen, Naomi, Dr.; Committee Reporter; Countering Extremism; Crime & Race; Equality by Statute; Extremism: How to Fight It; Harvest of Hate; Lieber, Joel; Life is With People; Neo-Nazism: 20 Years after Hitler; Newsletter; People Take the Lead; Police on Urban Frontier; Prophets of Deceit; Protestant Establishment; Radical Right; Rehearsal for Destruction; Religion in Public Education; Right Wing Digest; Road to Friendship; Statement of Views; Unfinished Journey; and Year Book.]
E9 18 Publications and articles. AJC. Authoritarian Personality. 1962-1968.
E9 19 Publications and articles. AJC. Breaking the Silence. Boyle, Kaye. 1962-1963.
E9 20 Publications and articles. AJC. Totalitarianism. Ebenstein, William. 1962.
E9 21 Publications and articles. AJC. Why the Swastika. 1961-1962.
E9 22 Publications and article. Pyramid Climbers. Packard, Vance. 1962.
E9 23 R. 1962-1968.
E9 24 Race Relations. 1962-1968.
[See also, Civil rights. 1959-1968.]
E9 25 Race Relations. Insurance coverage. 1965-1966.
E9 26 Race Relations. Negro-Jewish relations. 1963-1966.
E9 27 Race Relations. Negro-Jewish relations. New York City teachers strike. 1968-1969.
E9 28 Race Relations. Riots and violence. 1965-1968.
E9 29-32 Radical right and extremism. 1961-1968.
[See also, Neo-Fascists and hate groups. 1962-1966.]
Box Folder
E10 1 Radical right and extremism. Elections. 1962-1966.
[See also, Politics. 1961-1968.]
E10 2 Radical right and extremism. Greenwich conference. 1962-1965.
E10 3 Radical right and extremism. Greenwich conference. Continuation Committee. 1962-1965.
E10 4 Radical right and extremism. John Birch Society. 1961-1967.
E10 5 Radical right and extremism. Reagan, Ronald. 1966.
E10 6 Radical right and extremism. Schwarz, Frederick Charles. 1961-1962.
E10 7 Radical right and extremism. Young Republicans. Rat fink. 1966-1967.
E10 8 Reapportionment. 1962-1967.
E10 9 Reapportionment. Congressional records. 1965.
E10 10 Religious observance.. 1961-1967.
E10 11 Religious observance. Circumcision, Kashruth, and Yarmaka. 1962-1967.
E10 12 Reports. 1962-1963.
E10 13 Research and studies. 1963-1968.
[See also, Southern Regional Council. 1966.]
E10 14 Ruby, Jack. 1964-1966.
[See also, Kennedy assassination. Dallas, Texas. 1963.]
E10 15 S. 1962-1968.
E10 16 Schwartz, Abba. 1965-1966.
E10 17 Soblen, Robert. Israel extradition. 1962.
E10 18 Social discrimination. 1961-1968.
E10 19 Social discrimination. Clubs. 1961-1968.
E10 20 Social discrimination. Clubs. A-Z. 1962-1968.
[Includes Cleveland Athletic, Eagles - Milwaukee, Hamilton -