Guide to the Papers of Robison Family, (1904-1995)
 
*P-678

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Robison Family
Title: Papers of Robison Family
Dates:undated, 1904-1995
Abstract: Robison family papers reflect various activities of Adolf C. and Ann Green Robison in civic organizations, Jewish communal life, Jewish national and international affairs, and individually in the arts. Contains information on the origins of the United Nations and on aid to Israel before, during, and after the War of Independence. The materials include correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, financial documents, newspaper clippings, photographs, diaries, scrapbooks, musical scores, and play scripts.
Languages: The collection is predominantly in English, with some French, German, Hebrew, Iranian, Korean, Spanish, Swedish, and Yiddish.
Quantity: 41.40 linear feet (54 manuscript boxes; 2 half manuscript boxes, 7 [16 x 20"] oversized boxes; 1 [20 x 24"] oversized box; 3 MAP folders).
Identification: P-678
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
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Biographical Notes
portrait of Ann and Adolf Robison

Ann and Adolf Robison

Ann Green Robison (1904-1995)

Ann Green Robison, journalist, lecturer, educator, textile business executive, and philanthropist, was born in 1904 in Russia and brought up in Old Town, Maine. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maine in 1924 (Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa) and an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree in 1975. In 1935, she received a Masters Degree from Columbia University Teachers College, and in 1959 a certificate in Hebrew from the Women's Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. She married Adolph Robison on August 28, 1927 and had two sons, Peter and Michael.

Mrs. Robison taught French, English, and Math in Lincoln, Maine for one year before teaching French, History, and Math in New Rochelle, New York for the next fourteen years. In 1941, she began her career as a textile business executive and became Vice-President of the Robison Textile Company.

From 1947 through 1952, Mrs. Robison served as the National Council of Jewish Women's Accredited Representative to the United Nations and broadcast radio shows on Radio Free Europe from overseas under the auspices of the United States delegation to the United Nations.

In 1962, Mrs. Robison lectured throughout Israel promoting NCJW projects. She was invited in 1969 by the Jewish Board of Deputies and the Union of Jewish Women in South Africa to launch the Women's United Communal Fund in South Africa. In 1968 and 1971, respectively, she accompanied her husband to South Korea and Liberia for conventions held by the International Association of University Presidents.

From 1965 to 1987, Mrs. Robison was a columnist for The Jewish Standard published in Jersey City. Her column, "On the Go", dealt with subjects on the Jewish and general community scene. Other writing included articles for the United Nations News for Women Broadcasters, while a representative at the United Nations; for organization journals, including the journal of the American Association of University Women; for the International Council for Jewish Women (ICJW) Newsletter; and for the American Lung Association.

In 1970, she was honored as the first woman to receive the "Man of the Year Award" in the history of the YM-YMHA of Bergen County, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Robison were made Honorary Fellows of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1974 during the National Council for Jewish Women's (NCJW) First Summit Conference in Israel. Other honors accredited to Mrs. Robison are "Woman of the Year" by the United Jewish Appeal of Tenneco, New Jersey in 1964; the Medal of Merit by Fairleigh Dickinson University; and the naming of a girls' dormitory - Ann Robison House - on Fairleigh Dickinson's Rutherford Campus. The American Association of University Women named a fellowship for her. In 1972, both the Zionist Organization of America and the Jewish War Veterans of Tenneco honored Mr. and Mrs. Robison. The Jewish Federation of Bergen County honored the couple in 1976.

Mrs. Robison also served a number of terms on the National Council for Jewish Women's (NCJW) National Board of Directors and as Chairwoman of many of its major committees. In addition, she also served on the Board of the NCJW Research Institute of Innovation in Education.

Other organizations in which Mrs. Robison was active include the American Lung Association of New Jersey; Vice-President; the YM-YWHA of Bergen County; the American Association of University Women; the Republican Women's Club of Bergen County; the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Secretary; the America-Israel Cultural Foundation; and the Community Museum of Bergen County. Mrs. Robison was elected Vice-President of the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC) in 1975 and 1976. Mrs. Robison was the first woman officer in the history of the organization. Mr. and Mrs. Robison served as chairmen of the 25th Anniversary Committee of Bergen County's Salute to Israel. Mrs. Robison served on the American Committee for Israel's 25th Anniversary Celebration.

In 1972 and 1975, Mrs. Robison was elected Vice-President of the International Council of Jewish Women.

Mrs. Robison was a member of the Alumni Council of Teachers College, Columbia University; the Governing Council of American Association for Jewish Education, The Founder's Society of the American Friends of Hebrew University, and the Board of the Easter Seal Association of New Jersey and was Chairman of its Public Relations Committee. She was also Chairwoman of the International Relations Committee of the American Association of University Women.

Mrs. Robison died in Teaneck, New Jersey in 1995.

Adolf C. [Abraham Cohn] Robison (1904-1987)

Adolf C. Robison, textile entrepreneur, philanthropist, musician, composer, playwright, Arctic traveler, and Haganah gun runner, was born in New York City on February 4, 1904 to Louis and Paula (Cohn). He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree at Columbia University (Phi Beta Kappa) in 1924 and honorary degrees from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Kyung Hee University, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He married Ann Green Robison on August 28, 1927, and had two sons, Peter and Michael.

As a businessman, he was President of Robison Industries Inc., President of Robison-Anton Export Corp., Chairman of the Board of Robison-Anton Textile Co., Chairman of the Board of Robison of Canada Limited, Chairman of Dyerite Inc., and President of Palm Beach Properties. Robison Anton Textiles supplied the majority of insignia worn by the armed forces during World War II and supplied the yarn from which the official arm patches of the astronauts who participated in the first moon landing were woven.

Robison was an officer in the Haganah underground army during the Israeli war of independence; he operated out of New York hotel, smuggling arms into Israel. From 1948-1951, he served as Chairman of the Board for Material for Israel, an organization that supplied the Haganah with supplies for the war. He was decorated by the Israeli government. Robison was a founding member of the State of Israel Bonds Committee.

Robison had a long association with Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he served as Chairman of the Board of Fellows. The university named its science and engineering building for him in 1964. In 1966, it awarded him an Honorary Doctor of Law degree. He also served as Vice-President of Friends of Department of Hebraic Studies at Rutgers University. As a Representative for Fairleigh Dickinson University, he attended overseas conventions held by the International Association of University Presidents in Seoul, Korea and Monrovia, Liberia. At the Liberian conference, his piece, "The Tubman March," was performed at a memorial service for the Liberian President William V.S. Tubman.

Memberships included the American-Israel Cultural Foundation; Israel Bonds, of which he was a Founder; Histadrut; Jewish National Fund; Teaneck Jewish Community Center; Friends of Kyung Hee University; Board of Governors, Hackensack New Jersey Hospital; Teaneck City Council; and the Teaneck Community Chest. He also served as Director of the Bergen County, New Jersey YMHA.

Robison had a life-long passion for music. He composed works for symphonic band, voice, and piano, solo piano, and chamber groups. In addition to the Tubman March, he composed the National March of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States; the Fairleigh Dickinson University Marching Song, and a song in a British movie. Also a performing musician, Robison held the first bassoonist chair in the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra for 25 years and was a regular member of the Friends of Chamber Music. He also wrote plays and poetry.

During his later years, Robison continued traveling; in 1982, he took part in a month long expedition to Antarctica.

Robison died in Teaneck, New Jersey in 1987.

Chronology of the Life of Ann Green Robison

November 19, 1904Born, Russia.
1924Bachelor of Arts, University of Maine.
1924-1925French, English, and Math Teacher, Mattanawcook Academy, Lincoln, Maine.
1925-1939French, History and Math Teacher, New Rochelle, New York.
August 28, 1927Married Adolf Robison.
1935Master of Arts, Columbia University Teachers College.
1941-1959Vice-President, Robison Textile Company.
1947-1952Accredited Observer to the United Nations for the National Council of Jewish Women.
1950-1952Accredited Observer to the United Nations for the American Association of University Women.
1952President, PAMA Properties.
1956Vice-President, Robison Foundation.
1957Director, Robison of Canada.
1959Treasurer-Secretary, Robison Anton Textiles.
1959Certificate in Hebrew, Women's Institute Jewish Theological Seminary in America.
1962Lectured in Israel to University Women of Israelamong other groups, promoting NCJW projects in Israel.
1964Woman of the Year United Jewish Appeal, Teaneck, New Jersey.
1964Medal of Merit, Fairleigh Dickinson University.
February 22, 1964Ann Robison House, a dormitory, is dedicated on Rutherford Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University.
May 23, 1964Robison Hall of Science and Engineering is dedicated on Teaneck Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University.
1965Begins weekly column, "On the Go," The Jewish Standard.
1966Vice President, Robison Industries.
1968Delegate, International Association of University Presidents Convention in Seoul, Korea.
Spent three days as guests of the King and Queen of Sikkim.
1968Ann Robison Fellowship named by the American Association of University Women.
1969Co-editor of Daily Bulletin published at Convention of the International Council of Jewish Women.
1969Speaker in South Africa, launching the biennial campaign of the Women's United Communal Fund, at the invitation of the Jewish Board of Deputies and the Union of Jewish Women of South Africa.
1970Man of the Year Award, YM-YWHA Bergen County, New Jersey.
1972"Couple of the Year" Award, Schweiger-Dobrow Jewish War Veterans Post 498, Teaneck, New Jersey (With husband).
1974Honorary Fellow, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1975United Nations World Conference on International Women's Year, Mexico.
1975United Nations Conference on European Security and Cooperation.
1975Helsinki Doctor of Human Letters, University of Maine.
1976Maimonides Award, Jewish Federation of Community Services (with husband).
1985Award for Volunteership and Philanthropy, Fairleigh Dickinson University (with husband).
1995Died, Teaneck, New Jersey.

Board and Committee memberships:

American Association for Jewish EducationGoverning Council, Commission on Statistical Research Information
American Association of University WomenActing Representative at United Nations, Board and National Committee on International Relations and National Speakers' Bureau
American Friends of Hebrew UniversityMember, Founders' Society
America Israel Cultural FoundationVarious committees
American Histadrut Cultural Exchange Institute Board
American-Israel Public Affairs CommitteeNational Executive Committee, Washington Conference and Nominating Committee
American Lung Association of New JerseyNominating Committee, Executive Committee
Bergen Community CollegeIsrael Advisory Committee to the President
Bergen County Symphony SocietyWomen's Guild
Bergen-Passaic Lung AssociationBoard and Executive Committee, Representative on State Board, Member of various committees
Brandeis University Women's AssociationLife member
Columbia University, Teachers CollegeAlumni Council
Community Museum of Bergen CountyBoard
Dames of the Royal Legion of the United States of AmericaMember, member of 75th anniversary committee, speaker
Easter Seal AssociationState Board, House of Delegates and Development Committee
Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityAdvisory committee, Center for Social Work and Applied Social Research
HadassahLife member, National Speakers' Bureau
International Council of Jewish WomenEditor, ICJW Magazine, Member, Administrative Committee
International Program AssociationMember
Jewish Federation of Community ServicesBoard, Committees
League of Women's VotersMember
National Council of Jewish WomenRepresentative at United Nations, National Board Emeritus, NCJW Research Institute for Innovation in Education Board, various committees and task forces, National Representative for Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, National Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council Program and plenary session committees
Republican Women's Club of Bergen CountyBoard, Advisory Committee
Rutgers State University of New JerseyBoard and Advisory Committees, Department of Hebraic Studies
State of Israel BondsBoard of Women's Division, National and Teaneck
Teaneck College ClubBoard
Tuberculosis-Respiratory Disease Association of Bergen and Passaic CountiesBoard, Executive Committee, Representative on State Board
United Jewish AppealOfficer of Women's Division of Teaneck, National Speaker
United Nations AssociationMember
University of MaineDevelopment Council
Young Men's-Young Women's Hebrew Association of Bergen CountyBoard and various committees

Offices:

American Association of University WomenVice-President, Northern Valley Branch, Chair, various committees
American-Israel Public Affairs CommitteeSecretary
American Lung Association of New JerseyVice-President, Chair, Program Committee, Public Relations Committee
Bergen-Passaic Lung AssociationChair of Program Committee, By-laws Committee
Easter Seal AssociationCo-Chair 1979 Telethon, Auxiliary Committee
HadassahChair, Education in Teaneck
International Council of Jewish WomenVice-President, Chair, International Resolutions Committee
IsraelCo-Chair with Mr. Robison, 25th Anniversary Committee of Bergen County
Jewish Federation of Community ServicesChair, First Bergen County Campaign, Vice- President
National Conference on Soviet JewryChair, Nominating Committee
National Council of Jewish WomenChair, National International Affairs Committee, Co-Chair, Second Summit Conference in Israel1974, Chair, Priority Task Force on Israel
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory CouncilVice-President, Secretary, Chair of Agenda Committee for Plenary meeting, Co-Chair, Membership Committee
Republican Women's Club of Bergen CountyChair of International Affairs
Teaneck College ClubChair, Program, Book Fair
Tuberculosis-Respiratory Disease Association Of Bergen and Passaic CountiesChair, Program
United Jewish AppealChair, Women's Division, Teaneck
Young Men's-Young Women's Hebrew Association of Bergen CountyCo-Chair, Adult Center for Jewish and Related Studies

Awards:

Chronology of the Life of Adolf C. Robison

February 4, 1904Born, New York City.
1924Bachelor of Arts, Columbia University.
1924Member, Phi Beta Kappa.
August 28, 1927Married Ann Green Robison.
1941President, Robison Industries, Inc.
1941-1966First Bassoon, Teaneck Symphony, later known as Bergen Philharmonic.
1944Board of Trustees, Teaneck Jewish Community Center, Past President.
1947-1949Chairman of the Board, Materials for Israel, Haganah.
1948New York State Executive Committee, Histadrut.
1950Director, Israel Economic Corporation.
1955Chairman of the Board, Robison of Canada Limited.
1955Member, Teaneck City Council.
1963Vice-President, Friends of the Department of Hebraic Studies, Rutgers University.
1964Chairman of the Board, Dyerite Inc.
May 23, 1964Robison Hall of Science and Engineering is dedicated on Teaneck Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University.
1966Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Fairleigh Dickinson University.
1966Chairman, Board of Fellows, Fairleigh Dickinson University.
1967Executive Committee, Friends of Kyung Hee University.
1968Board of Governors, Hackensack New Jersey Hospital.
1968Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Kyung Hee University.
1971Brotherhood Award, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Bergen County Chapter.
1972"Couple of the Year" award, Schweiger - Dobrow Jewish War Veterans Post 498, Teaneck, New Jersey (with wife)
1974Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
1976Maimonides Award, Jewish Federation of Community Services (with wife).
1977Musical Compositions deposited in Songwriters Hall of Fame, New York City.
1985Award for Volunteership and Philanthropy, Fairleigh Dickinson University (with wife).
August 9, 1987Died, Teaneck, New Jersey.

Board and Committee memberships:

Bergen County Chamber of CommerceBoard
Bergen Stage Repertory TheaterBoard
Columbia UniversityPresidents Council, Advisory Committee on Jewish Studies
Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityBoard of Overseers
Hackensack HospitalExecutive Committee, Board of Governors
International Association of University Presidents Member
Jewish National FundNational Board
National Conference of Christians and Jews, Bergen CountyBoard
New York Cultural CenterBoard of Governors
National Foundation for Jewish CultureExecutive Committee
P.E.C. Israel Economic CorporationBoard
Public TelevisionNew Jersey Advisory Committee
Rutgers State University of New JerseyDepartment of Hebraic Studies
State of Israel BondsNational Board of Governors
Teaneck City CouncilCouncilman
Township Council, Teaneck, New JerseyMember
United Jewish Community of Bergen CountyAllocations committee
University of BridgeportCouncil of International Fellows
Yeshiva University, Graduate SchoolsBoard of Governors

Offices:

America-Israel Cultural FoundationVice-President
American Friends of Ben Gurion UniversityDirector
Bergen County Friends of MusicDirector
Bergen County Symphony SocietyPresident
Bergen PhilharmonicDirector
Fairleigh Dickinson UniversityChair, Board of Fellows, President, Town and Gown Society
Friends of New Jersey Network (Public Television)Treasurer
HistadrutDirector, New Jersey State Board
Israel Speaks (publication)President
Jerusalem FoundationDirector
Material for IsraelChair
Military Order of the Loyal LegionTreasurer, New York Commandery of the United States
New York Cultural CenterDirector
State of Israel BondsFounder
Sutton EnsembleDirector
Teaneck Community ChestPresident
Teaneck Jewish Community CenterPresident
United Jersey Bank of New JerseyDirector
William Carlos Williams Center for the Performing ArtsDirector

Honors:

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Scope and Content Note

The Robison Family Papers reflect various activities of Adolf C. and Ann Green Robison, both together and individually, in civic organizations, Jewish communal life, Jewish national and international affairs and individually in the arts.

The collection is valuable to researchers studying Jews in the textile industry; Jews in journalism, music, and playwriting; Jews involved in philanthropy; the origins of the United Nations; aid to Israel before, during, and after the War of Independence; the activities of the National Council for Jewish Women and the International Council of Jewish Women from the 1960's through the 1980's; the Jewish community in Teaneck, New Jersey; and advisory and fundraising efforts on behalf of Fairleigh Dickinson University. It also provides a comprehensive picture of the life of an active Jewish woman, whose activities span the bulk of the twentieth century.

The bulk of the collection contains Ann Robison's writings, addresses, and scrapbooks. Adolf Robison's plays and scores also are represented.

The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, financial and fundraising documents, telegrams, newspaper clippings, press releases, pamphlets and publications, agendas of meetings and conferences, resolutions, annual reports, and handwritten notes. Also included are personal items such as report cards, certificates, diplomas, diaries, musical scores, play scripts, scrapbooks, photographs and other ephemera. The documents are primarily in English, with some in French, German, Hebrew, Korean, Persian, Spanish, Swedish, and Yiddish.

The collection is arranged into the following series: Series I: Ann Green Robison, Organizations; Series II: Ann Green Robison, Writings; Series III: Ann Green Robison, Personal; Series IV: Adolf C. Robison, Organizations; Series V: Adolf C. Robison, Writings; Series VI: Adolf C. Robison, Personal; Series VII: Adolf C. and Ann Green Robison, Joint and Family Papers; Series VIII: Audio-Visual Materials; Series IX: Plaques/Medallions; Series X: Photographs.

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Arrangement

The collection has been arranged into ten series:

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

The collection is open to all researchers by permission of the Director of Library and Archives of the American Jewish Historical Society, except items that are restricted due to their fragility.

Use Restrictions

Information concerning the literary rights may be obtained from the Executive Director of the American Jewish Historical Society. Users must apply in writing for permission to quote, reproduce or otherwise publish manuscript materials found in this collection. For more information contact:
American Jewish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY, 10011
email: reference@ajhs.org

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Related Material

Isaiah J. Kenen Papers, P-680; National Council of Jewish Women, Records (Library of Congress, Manuscript Division)

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Provenance

In 1996 the papers of Adolf C. and Ann Green Robison were donated by their sons, Michael and Peter Robison.

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); Papers of Robison Family; P-678; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY, and Boston, MA.

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Container List

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

 

Series I: Ann Green Robison, Organizations, undated, 1942-1992

English and French.
Boxes 1-3.
Arrangement:

Subseries are arranged by name of organization.

Scope and Content:

This series is composed of correspondence, contents of scrapbooks, bulletins, press releases, articles, journals, programs, brochures, and other miscellaneous ephemera. More than half of the material is related to the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) and to Ann Robison's time in the late 1940s and early 1950s as an official observer to the United Nations on behalf of both the National Council for Jewish Women (NCJW) and the American Association of University Women. Among the additional organizations are reports from a 1967Fact Finding Mission in Israel; and correspondence and printed material from the International Association of University Presidents, International Council of Jewish Women, Jewish Federation of Community Services, National Council of Jewish Women of Canada, and the YM-YWHA.

This series is arranged into three subseries: Subseries A: National Council of Jewish Women, Subseries B: United Nations, and Subseries C: Additional Organizations.

Subseries A: National Council of Jewish Women, undated, 1943-1993

English.
Box 1, Folders 1-14.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains correspondence, invitations, press releases, publications, and reports collected by Ann during her tenure on several NCJW committees. The subseries also includes Ann's reports as a participant in a 1967Fact Finding Mission to Israel, sponsored by NCJW.

See also: Series I: AGR, Organizations, Subseries C: Additional Organizations and Series II: AGR, Writings, Subseries B: Speeches, Addresses, Reports, Broadcasts for NCJW of Canada and International CJW material. Material concerning the NCJW Research Institute for Innovation in Education is also available in Series I, Subseries C: Additional Organizations, Miscellaneous and Series X: Photographs. Series III: AGR, Personal, Subseries A: General Correspondence also contains NCJW material.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11Articlesundated, 1952-1985, with gaps
12Bulletinsundated, 1948-1978, with gaps
13Correspondence1945-1949
14Correspondence1950-1959
15Correspondence1960-1987, with gaps
16The Council Woman1947-1963, with gaps
17Fact Finding Mission in Israel, reportsJuly 1967
18Invitations, Announcementsundated, 1949-1977, with gaps
19Miscellaneousundated, 1949-1990, with gaps
110Brochures, The NCJW Chronicle1971-1993, with gaps
111NCJW Journal1978-1980
112Press Releases1974-1982, with gaps
113Programsundated, 1948-1974, with gaps
114Contents of Scrapbook1943-1944

Subseries B: United Nations, undated, 1947-1952

English.
Box 2, Folders 1-13.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

The bulk of this subseries encompasses Ann's reports as accredited representative for the NCJW on the General Assembly and Security Council sessions. These reports date from April 1947 to December 1952. Additional material includes letters inviting Ann to conventions or to address groups, and printed matter authored by Ann and others, publicizing Ann's involvement as an accredited U.N. representative. Drafts of Ann's reports are located in Series II: AGR, Writings, Box 15.

See also: Series II: AGR, Writings; and Series III: AGR, Personal.

BoxFolderTitleDate
21Correspondenceundated, 1947-1949, with gaps
22Reports: General Assembly - Palestine Session: #1-20April-October 1947
23Reports: General Assembly - Palestine Session: #21-32November 1947-February 1948
24Reports: Security Council: #33-37March-April 1948
25Reports: General Assembly, Palestine Session: #38-48April-May 1948
26Reports: General AssemblySeptember-October 1948
27Reports: General Assembly: Part II, 3rd SessionApril-May 1949
28Reports: General Assembly: 4th SessionSeptember-December 1949
29Reports: Security CouncilAugust-September 1950
210Reports: General Assembly: 5th SessionDecember 1950-January 1951
211Reports: General Assembly: 6th Session, #1-9October 1951-January 1952
212Reports: General Assembly: 7th Session, #1-10October-December 1952
213Printed Material1948-1952

Subseries C: Additional Organizations, undated, 1942-1992

English and French.
Box 3, Folders 1-14.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by name of organization.

Scope and Content:

This subseries is composed of correspondence and printed material collected by Ann from her involvement in other organizations. These organizations include the American Association of University Women; American Lung Association of New Jersey; Hadassah; Hebrew University of Jerusalem (NCJW Research Institute for Innovation in Education); International Association of University Presidents; International Council of Jewish Women; Jewish Federation of Community Services, Bergen County, New Jersey; National Council of Jewish Women of Canada; National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council; Republicans; Teachers Colleges, University of Maine, Womens' Clubs; and the YM-YWHA of Bergen County. Box 3, Folder 14 contains Ann's report on Israel written in 1973 for the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.

See also: Series I: AGR, Organizations, Subseries A: NCJW and Subseries B: UN; Series II: AGR, Writings; Series III: AGR, Personal; Series VII: ACR and AGR, Joint and Family Papers, Subseries C: Joint Activities, Organizations; Series IX: Plaques/Medallions; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
31American Association of University Women: Correspondence, printed materialundated, 1948-1977, with gaps
  Contains French.   
32American Association of University Women: Contents of Scrapbook1943-1944
33American Lung Association of New Jersey1969-1981, with gaps
34Hadassah: Correspondence, printed material1944-1987, with gaps
35International Association of University Presidents: Correspondence, printed materialundated, 1968-1985, with gaps
36International Council of Jewish Women: Correspondence, printed material1952-1987
37Jewish Federation of Community Services, Bergen County, New Jersey: Correspondence, printed material1974-1976, with gaps
38National Council of Jewish Women of Canada: Correspondence, Bulletins1949-1952
39Republicans: Correspondence, Memoranda, Ephemera1972-1992, with gaps
310Teachers Colleges: Correspondence, printed material1950-1990, with gaps
311University of Maine: Correspondence, printed materialundated, 1945-1986, with gaps
312Women's Clubs: Correspondence, printed material1942-1951, with gaps
313YM-YWHA of Bergen County: Correspondence, printed material1951-1981, with gaps
  

(See oversized item in Box 61, Folder 8.)

 
314Miscellaneous: Correspondence, printed material1943-1988, with gaps
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Series II: Ann Green Robison, Writings, 1920-1995

English, French, and Hebrew.
Boxes 4-22.
Arrangement:

This series is arranged into three subseries: Subseries A: Diaries/Appointment Books, Subseries B: Broadcasts, Reports, Speeches, and Subseries C: "On the Go".

Scope and Content:

This series contains Ann Robison's personal diaries, copies of her speeches, addresses and broadcasts on behalf of the many organizations for which she worked, and a collection of her column, "On the Go", which she wrote for The Jewish Standard.

Subseries A: Diaries/Appointment Books, 1920-1995

English.
Box 4-10.
Arrangement:

Diaries are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Ann faithfully entered details of each day in her diaries, beginning in 1920 until her death in 1995. Entries encompass her personal as well as her public life. Her appointment books for the years 1979-1981, 1984, and 1986 are located in Box 10.

BoxFolderTitleDate
4Diaries1920-1939, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
5Diaries1941-1949
BoxFolderTitleDate
6Diaries1950-1959
BoxFolderTitleDate
7Diaries1960-1969
BoxFolderTitleDate
8Diaries1970-1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
9Diaries1980-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
10Week-At-A-Glance1979-1981, 1984, 1986

Subseries B: Broadcasts, Reports, Speeches, undated, 1931, 1940-1980s

English, French, and Hebrew.
Box 11-19.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by subject, and then chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains speeches Ann and others delivered on behalf of various organizations, including NCJW.

Information pertaining to NCJW is found in Box 11 through Box 13, Folder 4. The majority of Ann's NCJW speeches were delivered at local sections and conferences and served as introductions for speakers, programs for installations, or reports to study groups. The material includes speeches, broadcasts, reports, notes, and background material Ann used to prepare for her presentations.

Ann's topics range from general promotion of NCJW programs to specific appeals to help NCJW programs in Israel; many include her experiences as NCJW accredited representative for the U.N. Box 11, Folder 7 contains descriptions Ann wrote between 1965 and 1971 as a NCJW representative attending meetings held by the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, and the National Jewish Committee Relations Advisory Council. Additional material regarding the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations is located in Box 17, Folder 2 and Box 19, Folder 2. Material pertaining to the National Jewish Committee Relations Advisory Council and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Bergen County is located in Box 17, Folders 2-6 and Box 18, Folder 3. Speeches Ann delivered for Soviet Jewry are found in Box 16, Folder 8 and Box 17, Folder 1.

Box 12, Folder 6 contains speeches by other NCJW members, written between 1972 and 1977. Box 12, Folder 4, 8, and 9 includes speeches and background material dating between 1974 and 1975, and concern a Summit and task forces NCJW held to coordinate its programs in Israel.

Ann's speeches delivered for other organizations outside of her NCJW activities encompass reports she created for study groups, radio broadcasts she delivered as a non-governmental observer for the United Nations, installations, and general promotional appeals. Box 13, Folders 5 and 6 includes the speeches Ann wrote for her speaking circuits in South Africa, launching the country's Women's United Communal Fund campaign and in Israel, for NCJW.

Specific folders are designated for speeches Ann delivered for the American Association of University Women; American Lung Association, New Jersey; Hadassah; PalisadeWoman's Club; United Jewish Appeal; and the United Nations. Folders marked "Speeches: Assorted" include the following organizations, among others: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Farband, Hackensack Rally for Israel's 25th Anniversary, Hebrew University, Herzl Institute, Israel Bonds Teaneck, Jewish Federation of Community Services of Bergen County, Jewish National Fund, Jewish Welfare Council of Bergen County, Montclair Teachers College, Parent & Teachers Association, Republican Club of Bergen County, Rotary Club, Sisterhoods, TeaneckCollege Club, TB-RD [Tuberculosis-Respiratory Disease] Association of Bergen and Passaic Counties, Technion, United Way, YW-YMHA of Bergen County, and various districts of the Zionist Organization of America.

See also: Series I: AGR, Organizations and Series III: AGR, Personal.

BoxFolderTitleDate
111National Council of Jewish Women1940-1949
112National Council of Jewish Women1950-1952
113National Council of Jewish Womenundated, 1962
114National Council of Jewish Womenundated, 1962-1963
115National Council of Jewish Women1964
116National Council of Jewish Women1965
117National Council of Jewish Women: Reports1965-1971, with gaps
118National Council of Jewish Women1966-1967
BoxFolderTitleDate
121National Council of Jewish Women1968-1969
122National Council of Jewish Women1970
123National Council of Jewish Women1971
124National Council of Jewish Women: Summit material1971, 1974
125National Council of Jewish Women1972
126National Council of Jewish Women: By othersundated, 1972-1977
127National Council of Jewish Women1973
128National Council of Jewish Women: Notes, background material1974-1975
129National Council of Jewish Women: Task force materialundated, 1974-1975
BoxFolderTitleDate
131National Council of Jewish Women: Speeches, notesundated, 1976-1977
132National Council of Jewish Women1976-1979
133National Council of Jewish Women1980s
134National Council of Jewish Womenundated
135Speeches: Africa1969
136Speeches: In Israel1962
  Contains Hebrew.   
BoxFolderTitleDate
141American Association of University Women1931, 1942-1949
142American Association of University Women1950-1954
143American Association of University Women1963-1982
144American Association of University Womenundated
145American Lung Association, New Jersey1975-1985
146Hadassahundated, 1943-1949, 1975, 1979-1980
147PalisadeWoman's Clubundated, 1942-1949
BoxFolderTitleDate
151United Jewish Appealundated, 1963-1967
152United Nations Bulletin for Women Broadcastersundated
153United Nations, report drafts1948
154United Nations, report drafts1949
155United Nations, report drafts1950-1951
156United Nations, report drafts1952
157United Nations, report drafts1975
158United Nations, report draftsundated
159United Nations, reports, miscellaneous draftsundated, 1952
BoxFolderTitleDate
161Speeches, Assorted1940-1944
162Speeches, Assorted1945-1947
163Speeches, Assorted1948-1950
164Speeches, Assorted1951-1952
165Speeches, Assorted1950s
166Speeches, Assorted1962-1964
167Speeches, Assorted1965-1967
168Speeches, Assorted1967-1969
BoxFolderTitleDate
171Speeches, Assorted1970-1971
172Speeches, Assorted1972-1973
173Speeches, Assorted1974
174Speeches, Assorted1975
175Speeches, Assorted1976
176Speeches, Assorted1977
177Speeches, Assorted1978-1979
178Speeches, Assortedundated, 1970s
BoxFolderTitleDate
181Speeches, Assorted1980
182Speeches, Assorted: miscellaneousundated, 1980-1981
183Speeches, Assorted1981
184Speeches, Assorted: drafts, notes1981
185Speeches, Assorted1982
186Speeches, Assorted1984-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
191Speeches, Assorted1980s
192Speeches, Assorted1980s
193Speeches, Assorted: Speeches, drafts, notes, miscellaneousundated
194Speeches, Assortedundated
  Contains French.   
195Speeches, Assortedundated

Subseries C: "On the Go", undated, 1965-1988

English.
Box 20-22.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by format and then chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This subseries includes correspondence, tear sheets, and clippings of Ann's column titled "On the Go," that appeared in The Jewish Standard between October 29, 1965 and November 21, 1986. Ann wrote on a wide variety of subjects, stemming from her philanthropic and political work. An index is located in Box 20, Folder 1.

BoxFolderTitleDate
201Index1965-1986
202Tear Sheets1965
203Tear Sheets1966
204Tear Sheets: Correspondence1967
205Tear Sheets: Correspondence1968
206Tear Sheets: Correspondence1969
207Tear Sheets: Correspondence1970
208Tear Sheets: Correspondence1971
209Tear Sheets: Correspondence1972
BoxFolderTitleDate
211Tear Sheets1973
212Tear Sheets1974
213Tear Sheets1975
214Tear Sheets1976
215Tear Sheets1977
216Tear Sheets1978
217Tear Sheets1979, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
221"On the Go," Clippings1980
222"On the Go," Clippings1981
223"On the Go," Clippings1982
224"On the Go," Clippings1983
225"On the Go," Clippings1984
226"On the Go," Clippings1985
227"On the Go," Clippings1986
228"On the Go," Clippings1987-1988, with gaps
229"On the Go," manuscript draftsundated, 1969, 1971-1972, 1980
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Series III: Ann Green Robison, Personal, undated, 1918-1995

English, French, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Boxes 23-39, Oversized boxes 57-58, 59 (Folders 1-4), 62 (Folder 5), 64 (Folder 1).
Arrangement:

This series is arranged into five subseries: Subseries A: Correspondence, Subseries B: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas, Subseries C: Biographical, Subseries D: News Clippings, and Subseries E: Scrapbooks.

Scope and Content:

This series includes correspondence, news clippings, scrapbooks, vital documents (such as naturalization papers and passports), certificates, diplomas, biographical material (including resumes) and other ephemera. The scrapbooks included many binders, which were taken apart because of preservation concerns; they contain correspondence, news clippings, publications, and ephemera documenting Ann Robison's career. Their contents were placed in folders in their original order, and photographs were removed to Series X: Photographs. News clippings, concerning Ann Robison and her interests, were copied onto acid-free paper.

Subseries A: Correspondence, undated, 1913-1989

English, French, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Box 23.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains correspondence Ann received between 1925 and 1989 from associates and friends regarding her public activities. A few copies of Ann's responses are also located here.

See also: Series I: AGR, Organizations; and Series VII: ACR and AGR, Joint and Family Papers, Subseries A: Correspondence.

BoxFolderTitleDate
231Correspondence1925-1939, with gaps
232Correspondence1940-1949, with gaps
  Contains Yiddish.   
233Correspondence1950-1952
234Correspondence1952-1959, with gaps
  Contains Hebrew.   
235Correspondenceundated, 1962-1969
  Contains Hebrew and French.   
236Correspondence1970-1973
237Correspondence1974-1979
238Correspondenceundated, 1980-1989, with gaps
239Correspondenceundated, 1913-1988, with gaps

Series B: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas, undated, 1918-1995

English.
Box 62(OS1) Folder 5, 64(OS2) Folder 1, and Box 23 (Folders 10 and 11).
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains awards, certificates, and diplomas Ann received in recognition of her work.

See also: Series VII: ACR and AGR, Joint and Family Papers, Subseries D: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas; Series IX: Plaques/Medallions; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
62(OS1)5Certificates, awards, diplomas, Ann Robisonundated, 1918-1994, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
64(OS2)1Ann Green Robison, Bachelor's Diploma, University of Maine1924
64(OS2)1Ann Green Robison, Master's Diploma, Columbia University1936
BoxFolderTitleDate
2310Certificates/Awards1924-1995, with gaps
2311Certificates/Awards1967-1988, with gaps

Subseries C: Biographical, undated, 1924-1987

English and German.
Box 24.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

Ann's biographical sketches and resumes, admissions for social directories and biographical dictionaries, passports, assorted news clippings, and introductory remarks given about her before her speeches are found within this subseries. There is some correspondence regarding her teaching career as well as an invitation to participate in a 1984 ceremony honoring senior citizen volunteers that took place in the White House Rose Garden with President Ronald Reagan.

In addition to biographical information, this subseries contains programs, journals, invitations, and articles, many of which advertise Ann's speaking engagements. A miscellaneous folder includes poems written for the Robisons, a speech by Rabbi Miller honoring "dear and irrepressible Ann," a paper concerning Israeli theatre, and two manuscripts; the first a play written by Aaron Goldman and the second a memoir of a World War II radio broadcaster by Gloria H. Wagner.

See also: Series III: AGR, Personal, Subseries D: News Clippings and Subseries E: Scrapbooks; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
241Biographical Sketches1950-1978, with gaps
242Summaries of Biographiesundated, 1964-1969, with gaps
243Photocopies of articles, miscellaneousundated, 1961-1987, with gaps
244Directories: Resumes, Correspondence, etc.1954-1958, with gaps
245Directories: Miscellaneous1976
246Correspondence, Photocopies1981-1984
  Contains German.   
247Teaching: Correspondence, Certificates, License, ephemeraundated, 1924-1941, with gaps
248Ephemera, printed material1949-1970
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 8.)

 
249Vital Documents: Passports1948-1985
2410Miscellaneousundated, 1977

Subseries D: News Clippings, undated, 1940s-1980s

English.
Box 25.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This subseries encompasses news clippings that advertise or report on Ann's speaking engagements and other public activities.

See also: Series III: AGR, Personal, Subseries C: Biographical and Subseries E: Scrapbooks.

BoxFolderTitleDate
251Clippings1940s
252Clippings1940s
253Clippings1940s
254Clippings1950s
255Clippings1950s
256Clippings1950s
257Clippings1960s
258Clippings1960s
259Clippings1970s
2510Clippings1970s
2511Clippings1980s
2512Clippingsundated

Subseries E: Scrapbooks, 1925-1994

English, Hebrew, Spanish, Swedish, and Yiddish.
Box 26-39, 57 (OS 1), 58 (OS 1), 59 (OS 1).
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Ann kept a record of her busy life by keeping several scrapbooks. Her first scrapbook dates from her college years. In 1944 she began creating scrapbooks continuously up until 1986. Her last scrapbook was completed in 1994 for her 94th birthday. The scrapbooks contain programs, invitations, news clippings, correspondence, and ephemera. Several of the scrapbooks have been removed from their original binders and put into acid free folders. These scrapbooks contain news clippings that have been photocopied on acid free paper and photographs that have been separated and transferred to Series X: Photographs. Box 58 consists of fragile scrapbooks that have been completely recopied onto acid-free paper for researcher's use and are in Box 59, Folders 1-4.

See also: Series III: AGR, Personal, Subseries C: Biographical and Subseries D: News Clippings; Series VI: ACR, Personal, Subseries E: Scrapbooks; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
261Contents of Binder: (1st half)1925-1961, with gaps
262Contents of Binder: (2nd half)1925-1961, with gaps
263Contents of Binder: (1st half)1944-1951
264Contents of Binder: (2nd half)1944-1951
265Contents of Binder: (1st half)November 1948-July 1970
266Contents of Binder: (2nd half)November 1948-July 1970
267Contents of Binder1952-1957, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
271Contents of Binder: (1st half)November 1961-September 1962
  Contains Hebrew.   
272Contents of Binder: (2nd half)November 1961-September 1962
273Contents of BinderOctober 1962-July 1963
274Contents of BinderApril-July 1963
  Contains Hebrew.   
275Contents of Binder: (1st half)August 1953-May 1964
276Contents of Binder: (2nd half)August 1953-May 1964
BoxFolderTitleDate
281Contents of Binder: (1st half)June 1964-March 1965
282Contents of Binder: (2nd half)June 1964-March 1965
283Contents of Binder: (1st half)November 1965-March 1966
284Contents of Binder: (2nd half)November 1965-March 1966
285Contents of Binder: (1st half)April-October 1965
286Contents of Binder: (2nd half)April-October 1965
BoxFolderTitleDate
291Contents of Binder: (1st half)March-June 1966
292Contents of Binder: (2nd half)March-June 1966
293Contents of BinderJuly 1966-February 1967
294Contents of Binder: (1st half)March-August 1967
  Contains Hebrew.   
295Contents of Binder: (2nd half)March-August 1967
296Contents of Binder: (1st half)September-December 1967
297Contents of Binder: (2nd half)September-December 1967
BoxFolderTitleDate
301Contents of BinderNovember 1968-April 1969
302Contents of BinderJanuary-June 1968
303Contents of BinderJune-October 1968
304Contents of Binder: (1st half)April-October 1969
305Contents of Binder: (2nd half)April-October 1969
306Contents of BinderOctober 1969-July 1970
BoxFolderTitleDate
311Contents of BinderJuly 1970-November 1976
312Contents of Binder: (1st half)July 1970-April 1971
313Contents of Binder: (2nd half)July 1970-April 1971
314Contents of BinderMay-December 1971
315Contents of BinderJanuary-June 1972
BoxFolderTitleDate
321Contents of BinderJuly-October 1972
322Contents of BinderNovember 1972-March 1973
323Contents of BinderApril-August 1973
324Contents of BinderSeptember-December 1973
325Contents of Binder: (1st half)January-August 1974
326Contents of Binder: (2nd half)January-August 1974
  Contains Spanish.   
BoxFolderTitleDate
331Contents of Binder: (1st half)September 1974-February 1975
332Contents of Binder: (2nd half)September 1974-February 1975
333Contents of Binder: (1st half)February-May 1975
  Contains Yiddish.   
334Contents of Binder: (2nd half)February-May 1975
335Contents of Binder: (1st half)June-October 1975
336Contents of Binder: (2nd half)June-October 1975
BoxFolderTitleDate
341Contents of Binder: (Material in Front)June 1975-October 1975
342Contents of Binder: (1st half)October 1975-June 1976
343Contents of Binder: (2nd half)October 1975-June 1976
344Contents of Binder: (1st half)June 1976-December 1977
345Contents of Binder: (2nd half)June 1976-December 1977
346Contents of Binder: (1st half)January-July 1977
347Contents of Binder: (2nd half)January-July 1977
BoxFolderTitleDate
351Contents of Binder: (1st half)July-December 1977
352Contents of Binder: (2nd half)July-December 1977
353Contents of Binder: (1st half)January-June 1978
354Contents of Binder: (2nd half)January-June 1978
355Contents of Binder: (1st half)July-December 1978
356Contents of Binder: (2nd half)July-December 1978
BoxFolderTitleDate
361Contents of Binder: (1st half)January-June 1979
362Contents of Binder: (2nd half)January-June 1979
363Contents of BinderJuly-December 1979
364Contents of BinderJanuary-June 1980
365Contents of BinderJuly-December 1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
371Contents of Binder: (1st half)January-May 1981
372Contents of Binder: (2nd half)January-May 1981
373Contents of Binder: (1st half)March-December 1981
374Contents of Binder: (2nd half)March-December 1981
375Contents of BinderJanuary-April 1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
381Contents of Binder: (1st half)May-December 1982
382Contents of Binder: (2nd half)May-December 1982
383Contents of Binder: (1st half)January-August 1983
384Contents of Binder: (2nd half)January-August 1983
385Contents of Binder: (1st half)September 1983-July 1984
386Contents of Binder: (2nd half)September 1983-July 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
391Contents of Binder: (1st half)July 1984-May 1985
392Contents of Binder: (2nd half)July 1984-May 1985
393Contents of BinderJune-November 1985
394Contents of BinderNovember 1985-July 1986
395Contents of Binder: (90th Birthday)November 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
57(OS1)Ann E. Green, Scrapbook1924
BoxFolderTitleDate
58(OS1)1Scrapbook (Restricted)1944-1946
58(OS1)2Scrapbook (Restricted)1944-1947
58(OS1)3Scrapbook (Restricted)1945-1947
58(OS1)4Scrapbook (Restricted)1950-1952
BoxFolderTitleDate
59(OS1)1Copies of Scrapbooks in Box 58 (For Researcher Use)1944-1946
59(OS1)2Copies of Scrapbooks in Box 58 (For Researcher Use)1944-1947
59(OS1)3Copies of Scrapbooks in Box 58 (For Researcher Use)1945-1947
59(OS1)4Copies of Scrapbooks in Box 58 (For Researcher Use)1950-1952
  Contains Swedish.   
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Series IV: Adolf C. Robison, Organizations, undated, 1947-1986

English and Hebrew.
Boxes 40-41, Oversized Box 60, Separated Material in Box 61 (Folders 6 and 7), and Box 64 (Folder 3).
Arrangement:

Subseries are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

Adolf's activities in several organizations are documented in this series, through correspondence, minutes, budgets, agendas, memoranda, printed material, and photographs (see Series X: Photographs). This series is arranged into three subseries: Subseries A: Township Council of Teaneck, Subseries B: Materials for Israel, and Subseries C: Additional Organizations.

Subseries A: Township Council of Teaneck, 1955

English.
Box 40.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Adolf was a member of the Teaneck Council in 1955. This subseries contains calendars, correspondence, financial records, minutes, ordinances, and reports that formed material for township meetings.

BoxFolderTitleDate
401Materials for May 3 and May 14 meetingsMarch-May 1955
  

(Oversized item in Box 61, Folder 6.)

 
402"No Action" MaterialMarch-May 1955
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 6 and Box 64, Folder 3.)

 
403Materials for June 7 meetingJune 1955
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 6 and Box 64, Folder 3.)

 
404Materials for June 21 meetingJune 1955
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 6.)

 
405Materials for July 5 meetingJune-July 1955
  

(Oversized item in Box 61, Folder 7.)

 
406Materials for July 19 meetingJuly 1955
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 7.)

 
407Materials for August 8 meetingJuly-August 1955
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 7.)

 
408Materials for September 6 meetingAugust-September 1955
  

(Oversized item in Box 61, Folder 7.)

 
409Materials for September 20 meetingJuly-September 1955
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 7.)

 
4010Materials for October 4 meetingSeptember-October 1955
  

(Oversized item in Box 61, Folder 7.)

 
4011Materials for October 18 meetingSeptember-October 1955
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 7.)

 
4012Materials for November 1 meetingOctober-November 1955
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 7.)

 
4013Materials for November 15 meetingNovember 1955
  

(Oversized items in Box 61, Folder 7.)

 

Subseries B: Materials for Israel, undated, 1947-1955

English and Hebrew.
Box 41, Folders 1-4 and Box 60 (OS1).
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

Adolf's activities as Chairman of Materials for Israel is documented in the subseries through correspondence, financial records, invitations, minutes, press releases, and reports. Significant correspondents include Ben-David Gurion, Julius R. Jarcho, Aryeh Manor, and Rudolf G. Sonneborn.

See also: Series VI: ACR, Personal, Subseries A: Correspondence; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
411Correspondence, Memoranda, Agendae, Miscellaneous1947-1949
  Contains Hebrew.   
412Correspondence, Memoranda, Agendae, Miscellaneous1950-1951
  Contains Hebrew.   
413"Mission Accomplished": Correspondence, Invitationundated, 1948, 1955
  Contains Hebrew.   
414Miscellaneousundated, 1948
BoxFolderTitleDate
60(OS1)State of Israel Bonds, Purchases in Honor of Adolf C. Robison (bound)December 13, 1955

Subseries C: Additional Organizations, 1953-1986

English.
Box 41, Folder 5.
Arrangement:

Items within the folder are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains bulletins, a catalogue, a citation, correspondence, news clippings, and programs issued from additional organizations that Adolf was involved with. These organizations include: Columbia College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Hackensack Hospital Association, International Association of University Presidents, Jewish Center of Teaneck, Kyung Hee University (Seoul, Korea), Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Rutgers State University, Schweiger-Dobrow Post No. 498 Jewish War Veterans, and State of Israel Bonds.

See also: Series VI: ACR, Personal, Subseries D: Biographical for a history of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the U.S.; Series VII: ACR and AGR, Joint and Family Papers, Subseries C: Joint Activities, Organizations; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
415Correspondence, Printed Material, Miscellaneous1953-1986
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Series V: Adolf C. Robison, Writings, undated, 1927, 1938-1986

English.
Boxes 42-44, Oversized Box 59 (Folders 5-8).
Arrangement:

Subseries are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

Adolf Robison's creative work is recorded in this series. His musical writing includes symphonies, simple tunes, and college marching songs. This series also contains his plays, poetry, stories, speeches, jingles, and small pieces he wrote for Ann on special occasions.

This series is arranged into two subseries: Subseries A: Music and Subseries B: Drama, Prose, Poetry.

Subseries A: Music, undated, 1927, 1938-1988

English.
Box 42, 43, and Oversized Box 59 (Folders 5-8).
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by score's title and/or subject.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains Adolf's scores and includes symphonies, simple tunes, and college marching songs. Additional material consists of copyright registration forms, correspondence, flyers, lyrics, news clippings, a paper (regarding Columbia University's Department of Music), and programs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
421Scores: Assorted Songsundated
422Score: "I'm Nobody"undated
423Score: "I Make My Shroud"undated
424Score: "Let It Be Forgotten"1975
425Score: "Spanish Johnny"undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
431Score: "The Unexplorer"undated
432Score: "Proud and Free"undated
433Score: "Theater Overture 1927": Part 1undated
434Score: "Theater Overture 1927": Part 2undated
435 Score: "Theater Overture 1927": Part 3undated
436Score: "Nocturne"undated
437Scores: Assorted Songsundated
438Correspondence, lyrics, programs, copyrights, miscellaneous1938-1988, with gaps
439Programs1952-1965, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
59(OS1)5-6Scores, for Opening Class of Music Graphics (2f)1927
59(OS1)7Scoresundated, 1927, 1982
59(OS1)8Program, "Jigsaw Puzzle"1982

Subseries B: Drama, Prose, Poetry, undated, 1945-1986

English.
Box 44.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

This subseries consists of plays, poetry, jingles, and speeches by Adolf and other writers. Several of Adolf's poems were for Ann and are written in greeting cards. Also included is an invitation to a tribute dinner in honor of Adolf by the State of Israel Bonds Teaneck Committee; Eleanor Roosevelt is the guest speaker.

BoxFolderTitleDate
441Drama: Scriptsundated
442Drama: Scriptsundated
443Poetry: Poems, Jinglesundated, 1945-1982, with gaps
444Poetry: Poems, Jinglesundated, 1946-1981, with gaps
445Poetry: Poems, Jinglesundated
446Prose: Stories, Speeches, Letters to Editorundated, 1955-1986, with gaps
447By Others: Poems, Lyrics, Jinglesundated
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Series VI: Adolf C. Robison, Personal, undated, 1919-1987

English, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Boxes 45-49, Oversized boxes 60, 61(Folder 3), 64 (Folder 1).
Arrangement:

Subseries are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

This series includes correspondence, business materials, certificates, scrapbooks, news clippings, passports, diaries, and concert programs. Correspondence entails letters between family, friends, and organizations. Business records include a minute book from the Robison Textile Company. Scrapbooks contain news clippings, correspondence, and printed material documenting Adolf Robison's activities.

This series is arranged into five subseries: Subseries A: Correspondence, Subseries B: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas, Subseries C: Robison Textile Companies, Subseries D: Biographical, and Subseries E: Scrapbooks.

Subseries A: Correspondence, undated, 1919, 1924-1925, 1940-1969, 1980-1986

English, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Box 45.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Early correspondence between Adolf, his family, and friends reveal that Adolf's family lived in Jerusalem from September 1924 until January 1925, and then returned to the States; Adolf's father was unable to make a living in Palestine. Correspondence then jumps forward to the 1940s and continues until 1986. Letters between Adolf, his extended family, friends, and associates concern Adolf's music interests, textile matters, and continued support of civic and Jewish, particularly Israeli, organizations. Further correspondence regarding Materials for Israel is located in Box 45, Folders 2 and 3. A Robison family tree can be found in Box 45, Folder 4.

See also: Series VII: ACR and AGR, Joint and Family Papers, Subseries A: Correspondence.

BoxFolderTitleDate
451Correspondence1919, 1924-1925, with gaps
452Correspondence1940-1949
  Contains Hebrew.   
453Correspondence1950-1959
  Contains Hebrew and Yiddish.   
454Correspondence1963-1969, with gaps
455Correspondenceundated, 1980-1986

Subseries B: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas, undated, 1920-1983

English.
Box 45, Folder 6; 61 (OS1) Folder 3; and 64 (OS 2) Folder 1.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains awards, certificates, citations, and diplomas Adolf received in recognition of his work.

See also: Series VI, Subseries E: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas; Series VII: ACR and AGR, Family Papers; Series IX: Plaques/Medallions; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
456Certificates/Awards1920-1983, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
61(OS1)3Diplomas, Certificates, Awards, Adolf C. Robisonundated, 1949-1981, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
64(OS2)1Abraham Cohn Robison [Adolf C.], Bachelor's Diploma, Columbia University1924
64(OS2)1Certificate of appreciation to Adolf C. Robison from his employees1946

Subseries C: Robison Textile Companies, undated, 1947-1950, 1984

English.
Box 45, Folder 7 and 60 (OS 1).
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

A small portion of Adolf's business files are located in this subseries. The records include a minute book for Robison Textile Company, dating from 1946-1950; a certificate of incorporation for the same company, an article in a textile bulletin honoring Adolf, and a copy of an advertisement of Adolf's father Louis' yarn company.

See also: Series VI: ACR, Personal, Subseries A: Correspondence; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
457Certificate of Incorporation, Printed Material, Miscellaneousundated, 1946, 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
60(OS1)Minute book, Robison Textile Company1946-1950

Subseries D: Biographical, undated, 1932-1985

English.
Box 45, Folder 8 and Box 46.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

Adolf's biographical information and personal collection of programs and ephemera are contained within this subseries. Adolf's biographical information is described through resumes, curriculum vitae, diaries, souvenir journals, news clippings, obituaries, passports, and programs. A collection of concert programs he collected is also contained in this subseries. Small books in the subseries include a souvenir book for the Columbia College Class of 1924, a book of appreciation from Fairleigh Dickinson University, a history of the New York Commandery, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, and a reused notebook of Ann's that holds an essay of Adolf's.

See also: Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
458Curriculum Vitae, Biographical Sketchesundated, 1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
46In frontPassports1932-1985, with gaps
46In frontBooks and Diariesundated, 1945-1966
461Concert Programs1942-1945
462Ephemeraundated
463Regarding Adolf's Death: Correspondence, Death Certificate, Clippings1987
464News Clippingsundated, 1942-1985, with gaps
465Miscellaneousundated, 1944-1984, with gaps

Subseries E: Scrapbooks, 1948-1987

English and Hebrew.
Box 47-49.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Adolf's scrapbooks date from 1948 until 1987, and include articles, a credit report, correspondence, flyers, invitations, news clippings, programs, and speeches that the Adolf, and most probably Ann, collected to record his public and private life. Information concerning Ann is also widely interspersed with Adolf's material. The scrapbooks have been removed from their original binders, put into acid free folders, and contain news clippings that have been photocopied on acid-free paper. Photographs have been separated and transferred to Series X: Photographs.

See also: Series IV: ACR, Organizations; Series VI: ACR, Personal, Subseries A: Correspondence and Subseries D: Biographical; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
471Contents of BinderSeptember 1948-January 1956
  Contains Hebrew.   
472Contents of BinderAugust 1962-June 1966
473Contents of BinderMay 1962-December 1971
474Contents of Binder1963-1966
475Contents of BinderAugust 1966-May 1969
476Contents of BinderMarch 1969-April 1969
BoxFolderTitleDate
481Contents of BinderJanuary 1972-February 1974
482Contents of BinderMarch 1974-September 1974
483Contents of BinderOctober 1974-June 1975
484Contents of BinderSeptember 1975-June 1976
485Contents of Binder: (1st half)June 1976-December 1976
486Contents of Binder: (2nd half)June 1976-December 1976
BoxFolderTitleDate
491Contents of BinderJanuary 1978-December 1978
492Contents of BinderJanuary 1979-November 1981
493Contents of BinderDecember 1981-June 1982
  

(Out of Original Order)

 
494Contents of BinderJuly 1982-January 1985
495Contents of Binder1985-1988
496Contents of Binder1986-1987
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Series VII: Adolf C and Ann Green Robison, Joint and Family Papers, undated, 1920-1993

English.
Boxes 50, Oversized box 61 (Folder 4), Map Folder 1.
Arrangement:

Subseries are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

This series contains correspondence, invitations, printed material, certificates, awards, diplomas and news clippings associated with organizations and activities in which ACR and AGR both partook. Letters include correspondence between Mr. and Mrs. Robison as well as to and from Mr. Robison's parents. An interesting correspondence occurs in Box 50, Folder 8, from Henrietta Szold to Louis Robison, Adolf's father. Szold responds to Louis Robison's request to inform a daughter who lives in Palestine of the death of her father in California. This series also contains two plays by Adolf's brother David. Correspondence and invitations from their joint activities mainly involve the dedication of Robison House at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Ephemera includes invitations to events, programs from dinners honoring the Robisons, and printed material from the 5th Triennial Conference of the International Association of University Presidents, held in Tehran, Iran in June 1978. A letter from Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek, informing the Robison's he has located an area for their garden, is located in Box 50, Folder 15.

This series is arranged into four subseries: Subseries A: Correspondence , Subseries B: Extended Family, Subseries C: Joint Activities, Organizations, and Subseries D: Certificates, Awards, and Diplomas.

Subseries A: Correspondence, undated, 1932-1986

English.
Box 50, Folders 1-6.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically and by subject.

Scope and Content:

Letters to both Adolf and Ann from friends, family, and associates form part of this subseries. This subseries also includes correspondence between the couple, year-end letters written to family and friends, and letters from Adolf's mother.

See also: Series III, AGR, Personal, Subseries A: Correspondence; and Series VI: ACR, Personal, Subseries A: Correspondence.

BoxFolderTitleDate
501To Ann and Adolf1932-1986, with gaps
502Adolf to Ann1938
503Adolf to Ann, et al.undated, 1948-1954, with gaps
504Ann to Adolf1938, 1951
505Year End Letters1971-1986
506From Adolf's Mother1932-1942, with gaps

Subseries B: Extended Family, undated, 1920, 1922, 1958-1986

English.
Box 50, Folders 7-10.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

This subseries consists of correspondence, a bankbook, flyers, news clippings, programs, scripts, and a Yarzheit list that record the activities and deaths of Ann and Adolf's extended family members. Among the materials are two plays written by Adolf's brother, David and promotional material regarding the musical talents of David's daughter Paula. Box 50, Folder 8 contains two letters to Adolf's father, Louis; one is from an associate in London regarding funds for Palestine, and the second is from Henrietta Szold, who has informed a daughter living in Palestine of her father's death in California per Louis' request.

BoxFolderTitleDate
507News Clippings, programs, flyers, bankbook, Yahrzeit listundated, 1958-1986, with gaps
508Correspondence: Louis Robison1920, 1922
509Play script by David Robison: Aftermath1968
5010Play script by David Robison: The Gadflyundated

Subseries C: Joint Activities, Organizations, undated, 1924-1993

English and Persian.
Box 50, Folders 11-14.
Arrangement:

Items within the folder are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This subseries includes bulletins, correspondence, a deed of gift, invitations, a map, news clippings, notes, and programs pertaining to both Robisons' public activities. The Robison's marriage announcement is located in Box 50, Folder 12; their engagement news clipping can be found in Box 50, Folder 13. Box 50, Folder 11 is primarily devoted to the dedication of Robison Hall at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and consists of invitations and congratulatory correspondence. Invitations in Persian to attend the 1978International Association of University Presidents in Tehran are also enclosed. A map of Tehran, the program proceedings and a list of participants at the conference are located in Box 50, Folder 14. An article announcing NCJW plans to build the Research Institute for Innovation in Education at Hebrew University in Jerusalem is accompanied by copies of a deed of gift between the Robisons and NCJW to construct a Robison wing at the Institute [see Box 50, Folder 12]. Following the deeds is a statement by Hebrew University bestowing the titles of Honorary Fellows on the Robisons. Also included in this subseries is a letter from Teddy Kollek describing the site for the new Robison garden in Jerusalem, Ann's notes taken from two T.V. news broadcasts regarding Israel and the Cold War, and an invitation to participate in a luncheon with President Ronald Reagan at the 1993 Presidential Roundtable Fall Policy Forum.

See also: Series I: AGR, Organizations; Series IV: ACR, Organizations; Subseries A: Correspondence; Series VIII: ACR and AGR, Joint and Family Papers; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
5011Correspondence, invitationsundated, 1964-1978, with gaps
  Contains Persian.   
5012Miscellaneousundated, 1927-1993, with gaps
5013News Clippingsundated, 1924-1986, with gaps
5014Printed Materialundated, 1942-1985, with gaps

Subseries D: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas, undated, 1954-1981

English.
Box 50, Folder 15, 61 (OS 1), MAP 1.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Certificates, awards, and diplomas bestowed to both Robisons can be located here. This subseries also includes individual honors given to either Ann or Adolf that are part of combined assorted files.

See also: Series III: AGR, Personal, Subseries B: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas; Series VI: ACR, Personal, Subseries B: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas; Series IX: Plaques/Medallions; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
5015Assorted1960-1981, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
61(OS1)4Diplomas, Certificates, Awards, Adolf C. and Ann Robisonundated, 1954-1979, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
MAP 1Certificatesundated, 1962-1980, with gaps
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Series VIII: Audio-Visual Materials, undated, 1951-1986

English.
Boxes 51-52, Oversized Box 62.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by format.

Scope and Content:

This series contains audio cassettes of Adolf Robison's compositions, magnetic reels of compositions and of performances in which he was a participant, interviews of, speeches and broadcasts by Ann Robison, including one playing record of an interview with Ann. Two videotapes also form part of this series: A tape of an NBC broadcast titled "NBC in Lebanon" aired in May 1984; the other, titled "NCJW National Headquarters," is dated November 1986.

See also: Series II: AGR, Writings, Subseries B: Speeches, Addresses, Reports, Broadcasts; and Series V: ACR, Writings, Subseries A: Music.

BoxFolderTitleDate
5133 audio cassettesundated, 1973-1982, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
52Reel to reel tapes, videotapesundated, 1957-1986, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
62(OS1)Long Playing Record1951
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Series IX: Plaques/Medallions, undated, 1965-1988

English.
Box 53, Oversized box 62.
Arrangement:

Items are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This series is comprised of plaques and medals awarded to the Robisons from Jewish philanthropic, educational, business, military, political, and vocational groups worldwide.

See also: Series III: AGR, Personal, Subseries B: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas; Series VI: ACR, Personal, Subseries B: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas; Series VII: ACR and AGR, Joint and Family Papers, Subseries D: Certificates, Awards, Diplomas; and Series X: Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
53Plaques, Medallions1965-1968, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
62(OS1)Plaques1970-1988, with gaps
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Series X: Photographs, undated, 1908-1992

English and Korean.
Box 54-56, Oversized boxes 61 (Folders 1, 2), 63, 64 (Folder 2), Map Folders 2 and 3.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged by subject.

Scope and Content:

This series contains photographs and photograph albums pertaining to the Robison's family and professional life. Family photographs begin at early childhood, and contain a high school photo album of Ann's and a photo album from Lee Daniels Scrapbook (Ann's relation, most probably). Photographs of Israel from 1948 until 1984 include pictures of the Robison Garden in Jerusalem. A photo album presented by Hebrew University documents the couple's financial assistance for the NCJW Research Institute for Innovation in Education. The couple's conference trips abroad for the International Association of University Presidents include images of Africa and Korea, as well as a photo album made in honor of the couple at the IAUP Seoul Conference in 1968. Additional photographs consist of family members, celebrities, the 1969International Council of Jewish Women's Convention, and the Robison's activities regarding Fairleigh Dickinson University.

See also: Series III: AGR, Personal, Subseries E: Scrapbooks; and Series VI: ACR, Personal, Subseries E: Scrapbooks.

BoxFolderTitleDate
541Assorted-Annundated, 1950-1992, with gaps
542Assorted-Annundated, 1961-1985, with gaps
543Assorted-Annundated, 1967-1987, with gaps
544Portraits-Annundated, 1920-1979, with gaps
545Removed from Binders (Ann)undated, 1955-1978, with gaps
546Ann's High School Photo Album1920
BoxFolderTitleDate
551Assorted - Adolfundated, 1948-1985
552Portraits - Adolfundated, 1908-1980s, with gaps
553Removed from Binders (Adolf)undated, 1956-1976, with gaps
554Ann and Adolf togetherundated, 1957-1986, with gaps
555Israelundated, 1948-1984, with gaps
556Jerusalemundated, 1966-1979, with gaps
557Robison Garden, Jerusalemundated, 1980, 1984
558Dedication of Robison Garden, Contents of Album1979-1980
559Africa1971, 1978
5510Koreaundated, 1968
5511Abroadundated, 1951-1984, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
561Material for Israel: "Mission Accomplished" DinnerMarch 22, 1955
562Material for Israel1948-1950
563Fairleigh Dickinson University: Dedication of Robison Hall, Contents of AlbumMay 1964
564Fairleigh Dickinson University: Adolf: Honorary DoctorateJune 11, 1986
565Fairleigh Dickinson University: Contents of Albumundated
566Fairleigh Dickinson University: Contents of Album, Ann Robison Houseundated
567Fairleigh Dickinson University: Miscellaneousundated, 1954-1971, with gaps
568International Council of Jewish Women: Convention1969
569With Celebritiesundated, 1949-1983, with gaps
5610Assorted Familyundated, 1909-1983, with gaps
5611Miscellaneousundated, 1953-1986, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
61(OS1)1Photographsundated, 1920, 1949, 1954, 1984
61(OS1)2Photographsundated, 1904, 1944, 1948, 1964
BoxFolderTitleDate
63(OS1)1Photo album from Lee Daniels Scrapbookundated, 1904-1938, with gaps
63(OS1)2Photo album, International Association of University Presidents, Seoul ConferenceJune 1968
  Contains Korean.   
63(OS1)3Photo album from Hebrew UniversityNovember 7, 1971
  

Presented with deep gratitude and appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Robison on the occasion of the establishment of the Wing to House NCJW center for research in education of the disadvantaged.

 
63(OS1)4Small photo albumundated
BoxFolderTitleDate
64(OS2)2Photograph, 6th Annual Convention, Schiffli ProductsMay 9-10, 1952
BoxFolderTitleDate
MAP 2Photographs1924-1986, with gaps
BoxFolderTitleDate
MAP 3Photograph, Embroidery Convention1950
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Separated Material, 1935, 1950, 1955, 1972

Box 61 (OS 1) Folders 6-8, 64 (OS2) Folder 3.
BoxFolderTitleDate
616Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectMay 16-17, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 1.)

4 pages.
 
616Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectApril 4-5, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 2.)

4 pages.
 
616Appropriations, April 30, 1955 and Tax Collectors ReportApril 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 2.)

7 pages.
 
616Appropriations, March 31, 1955 and Tax Collectors ReportMarch 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 2.)

6 pages.
 
616Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectApril 19, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 2.)

3 pages.
 
616Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectMay 3, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 2.)

3 pages.
 
BoxFolderTitleDate
61(OS1)6Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectApril 19, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 2.)

3 pages.
 
61(OS1)6Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectMarch 15, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 2.)

4 pages.
 
61(OS1)6Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectJune 7, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 3.)

4 pages.
 
61(OS1)6Disbursements, State Veterans Housing ProjectJune 21, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 4.)

One page.
 
61(OS1)6DisbursementsJune 21, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 4.)

2 pages.
 
61(OS1)6Appropriations, May 31, 1955 and Tax Collectors ReportMay 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 4.)

7 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Disbursements, State Veterans Housing ProjectJuly 5, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 5.)

1 page.
 
61(OS1)7AppropriationsJune 30, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 6.)

6 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectJuly 19, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 6.)

3 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Tax Collectors ReportJune 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 6.)

1 page.
 
61(OS1)7Bids, Tennis CourtsAugust 2, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 7.)

1 page.
 
61(OS1)7Disbursements and State Veterans, Housing ProjectAugust 9, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 7.)

5 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectJuly 5, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 7.)

4 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Tax Collectors ReportJuly 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 7.)

1 page.
 
61(OS1)7Bids, Maintenance and Repair MaterialsAugust 9, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 7.)

1 page.
 
61(OS1)7AppropriationsJuly 31, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 8.)

6 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectSeptember 6 and 9, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 9.)

4 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Bids, State Aid SurfacingSeptember 20, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 9.)

 
61(OS1)7Housing ProjectSeptember 20, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 9.)

6 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectOctober 4, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 10.)

4 pages.
 
61(OS1)7AppropriationsAugust 31, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 11.)

6 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectOctober 18, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 11.)

4 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Tax Collectors ReportSeptember 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 11.)

1 page.
 
61(OS1)7Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectNovember 1, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 12.)

4 pages.
 
61(OS1)7AppropriationsSeptember 30, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 12.)

6 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Disbursements and State Veterans Housing ProjectNovember 15, 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 13.)

3 pages.
 
61(OS1)7Tax Collectors ReportOctober 1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 13.)

1 page.
 
61(OS1)8YMHA BulletinMarch 3, 1951
  

(Separated from Box 3, Folder 13.)

 
61(OS1)8The Bulletin, YM-YWHA of Bergen CountyDecember 1975
  

(Separated from Box 3, Folder 13.)

 
61(OS1)8Adult Education News, Senior High School of New RochelleMarch 1935
  

(Separated from Box 24, Folder 8.)

 
61(OS1)8Jewish Community Center BulletinDecember 29, 1950
  

(Separated from Box 24, Folder 8.)

 
61(OS1)8The Jewish Community BulletinJuly 1972
  

(Separated from Box 24, Folder 8.)

 
BoxFolderTitleDate
64(OS2)3Bid Park Improvements1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 2.)

3 pages.
 
64(OS2)3Bid for state improvements1955
  

(Separated from Box 40, Folder 3.)

1 page.
 
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