Guide to the Shirley T. Joseph Papers,
1972-1998

P-932

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Electronic finding aid was encoded in EAD 2002 by Alyssa Carver in February 2012. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Shirley T. Joseph
Title: Shirley T. Joseph Papers
Dates:1972-1998
Abstract: Shirley T. Joseph was a feminist Jewish activist involved in a number of advocacy groups and community organizations working locally (in Buffalo, New York), nationally, and internationally. She attended three of the United Nations’ World Conferences on Women (in 1980, 1985, and 1995), and the bulk of the collection documents these events in the records of various planning committees, personal correspondence, official UN documentation, collections of news clippings, and Joseph’s own notes, speeches, and articles.
Languages: The collection is in English.
Quantity: 19 manuscript boxes, 1 half manuscript box, 1 media box, 1 oversized folder (OS1).
Quantity:10.3 linear feet.
Identification: P-932
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
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Biographical Note

Shirley Troyan Joseph was a native and lifelong resident of Erie County, New York. Little is known of her personal life, but she had three sons with husband Norman C. Joseph, an accountant. According to her resume, she attended the University of Michigan, where she studied Political Science, and Vanderbilt University’s Graduate School of Management. In 1972, she was appointed to the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO, eventually serving as vice-chair of its Executive Committee. Beginning in 1975, Joseph took on various leadership roles within the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) at the local, district, and national levels. She attended the 1977 National Women’s Conference in Houston, Texas, and worked as a board member for the National Women’s Conference Committee. She chaired several committees and task forces for the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC) in the 1980s and 1990s. Through her participation in the UN World Conferences on Women, she was connected to an international network of Jewish women’s organizations, but her activities in the late 1990s seem to have become more locally focused, with Joseph employed in local government as Executive Director of the Erie County Commission on the Status of Women.

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Scope and Content Note

This collection documents the community activism, political advocacy, and volunteer work of Shirley T. Joseph. Formats include clippings, correspondence, meeting minutes, memos, newsletters, notes, reports, printed matter, memorabilia, and audiovisual materials. Women’s rights and anti-Semitism were Joseph’s main focus, but other issues included here are poverty, hunger, and early childhood education. Topics of particular interest are anti-Semitism in the women’s movement and the intersection of feminist and Jewish perspectives.

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged in five topical series with a final series of separated formats. The original order of the collection was not entirely clear, since many file labels had fallen off or otherwise contradicted the contents of their folders and a number of items were loose. In addition, Joseph had weeded personal items and rearranged the collection before donating it to AJHS. Her subject groupings and folder titles were maintained as much as possible, with materials generally arranged by organization, sub-committee, and year, except in the case of the World Conferences (Series IV), where Joseph represented multiple organizations simultaneously. For this series, the archivist separated the three events into subseries, arranged chronologically.

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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 Director of Library and Archives 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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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); Shirley T. Joseph Papers; P-932; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, Boston, MA and New York, NY.

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Acquisition Information

Shirley T. Joseph donated her papers to AJHS in four accessions between 1996 and 1998, numbered 1996.015, 1997.007, 1998.001, and 1998.028.

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Access Points

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Container List

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

 

Series I: Biographical Information, undated, 1972-1998

Box 1, Folder 1, and one oversized (OS1) folder.
Arrangement:

One folder, plus a single item separated into an oversized (OS1) folder.

Scope and Content:

Series I consists of general and biographical material, including resumes, awards, and news clippings about Shirley T. Joseph.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 1 Biographical information undated, 1972-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
OS1F 1 UNESCO Commission certificate, June 21, 1972 1972
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Series II: U.S. National Commission for UNESCO, 1972-1978

Boxes 1-3. 1.5 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by meeting, committee, or topic.

Scope and Content:

It appears that Joseph’s engagement with international politics and public policy began when she was appointed to the UNESCO Commission in 1972 and became Vice-Chair of the Executive Committee. She was already involved with local Jewish organizations and active in the NCJW (National Council of Jewish Women), which put Joseph in the middle of the controversy when UNESCO revoked Israel’s membership in 1974 and UN Resolution 3379 declared “Zionism is a form of racism” in 1975. The fallout from these events is documented in this series, particularly in “Israel and the resolution on Zionism” (Box 3, Folder 3) and throughout the correspondence. Documents include issues of The UNESCO Courier magazine.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 2 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO (1 of 2) 1975
1 3 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO (2 of 2) 1975
1 4 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - annual meeting 1973
1 5 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - annual meeting 1976
1 6 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - annual meeting 1977
1 7 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - annual and executive meetings 1972
1 8 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - annual and executive meetings 1974
1 9 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - annual and executive meetings 1975
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 1 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - background materials 1974-1978
2 2 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - Briefing Book for New Members [1979]
2 3 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - chair and vice-chair meeting 1977
2 4 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - correspondence 1975-1983
2 5 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - executive committee (1 of 2) 1976
2 6 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - executive committee (2 of 2) 1976
2 7 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - executive committee (1 of 2) 1977
2 8 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - executive committee (2 of 2) 1977
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 1 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - funding 1977
3 2 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - International Women's Year (IWY) 1974-1975
3 3 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - Israel and the resolution on Zionism 1974-1975
3 4 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - membership and executive committee rosters 1972-1978
3 5 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - publications and documents 1975-1977
3 6 U.S. National Commission for UNESCO - Status of Women Committee 1976-1977
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Series III: Women's Issues and Organizations, 1975-1998

Boxes 4-11. 3.75 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by organization or event name.

Scope and Content:

Series III consists of a wide variety of document types reflecting Shirley Joseph’s interest in the topic of women’s rights on an international scale. In addition to organizational records and memos, she collected magazines, news reports, and mementos of conferences and workshops she attended. Joseph was a speaker or presenter at many of these events and kept annotated drafts of her speeches.

Joseph had especially longstanding relationships with three organizations: the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC), and the National Women’s Conference Committee (NWCC). Within each organization, she played a number of different roles, often at the same time, and the work of the separate organizations sometimes overlapped. For example, the NWCC grew out of the 1977 National Women’s Conference in Houston, TX, which was the major U.S. event in observance of the UN’s “International Women’s Year.” Jewish delegates at the Houston conference, including NCJW members, formed a Jewish Women’s Caucus (see Box 6, Folders 2-4) that continued to coordinate events nationally and at the UN World Conferences (Series IV).

Although NJCRAC is not specifically a women’s organization, this series contains the files of committees working on women’s issues and the UN conferences on women. There may be related files in the Beijing conference materials (Series IV, Subseries 3, Box 16), and additional, unrelated NJCRAC documents are contained in Series V: Other Community Organizations.

There is a large quantity of correspondence from Leila Seigel, president of the International Council of Jewish Women (ICJW), with whom Joseph worked closely in preparation for the Nairobi conference (Series IV, Subseries 2). Betty K. Shapiro, Chair of the Jewish Women’s Caucus, is another strong presence in this series through her newsletters and personal correspondence with Joseph.

BoxFolderTitleDate
4 1 American Association of University Women Conference - "International Women's Decade and Beyond" 1984
4 2 American Jewish Committee - "Anti-Semitism in the Women's Movement" consultation 1983
4 3 American Jewish Committee - women's issues committee 1987-1989
4 4 Anti-Semitism in the Women's Movement 1981-1983
4 5 Beijing + 1 Teleconference 1996
4 6 Beijing + 1 Teleconference - correspondence and mailings 1996-1997
4 7 Beijing + 1 Teleconference - information for downlink sites 1996
4 8 Beijing + 1 Teleconference - issue caucuses 1996
4 9 Beijing + 1 Teleconference - PR and press 1996
4 10 Beijing + 1 Teleconference - site report and follow-up 1996
4 11 Beijing + 1 Teleconference - steering committee 1996
4 12 Beyond E.R.A. rally (Buffalo) 1982
4 13 "Dateline Nairobi" meeting (Baltimore) 1984
4 14 Erie County Commission on the Status of Women 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 1 Erie County Commission on the Status of Women 1997
5 2 Erie County Commission on the Status of Women - report and editorial process 1998
5 3 Erie County Task Force on the Status of Women 1985 -1987
5 4 "Ethical Dilemmas" conference (Buffalo Hillel) 1991
5 5 Hillary Clinton's Women's Conference Circle 1995-1996
5 6 International Council of Jewish Women 1981-1984
5 7 International Council of Jewish Women 1985-1986
5 8 International Council of Jewish Women 1993-1995
5 9 International Council of Jewish Women - executive committee 1987-1990
5 10 International Council of Jewish Women - Status of Women Committee 1987-1990
5 11 International Council of Jewish Women - Triennial Convention (Vancouver, B.C.) 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 1 International Visitors Program 1995
6 2 Jewish Women's Caucus 1980-1985
6 3 Jewish Women's Caucus 1986-1989
6 4 Jewish Women's Caucus of the National Women's Conference Committee 1990-1994
6 5 Jewish Women's Resource Center (NY secion of NCJW) 1986-1989
6 6 Leadership Conference meeting 1983
6 7 National Council of Jewish Women 1975-1977
6 8 National Council of Jewish Women 1985-1992
6 9 National Council of Jewish Women - Buffalo Section 1968-1988
6 10 National Council of Jewish Women - centennial convention (Chicago) 1993
6 11 National Council of Jewish Women - centennial convention committee 1989-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 1 National Council of Jewish Women - Center for the Child 1987-1990
7 2 National Council of Jewish Women - Center for the Child 1990-1995
7 3 National Council of Jewish Women - district convention (Northeastern) 1991
7 4 National Council of Jewish Women - E.R.A. 1977-1978
7 5 National Council of Jewish Women - national convention (Detroit) 1996
7 6 National Council of Jewish Women - National Women's Conference 1977
7 7 National Council of Jewish Women - New York State Women's Conference 1977
7 8 National Council of Jewish Women - public policy and strategies 1995-1996
7 9 National Council of Jewish Women - public policy and strategies 1997
7 10 National Council of Jewish Women - Research Institute for Innovation in Education 1980-1984
7 11 National Council of Jewish Women - Texas section events 1981
7 12 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - UN Committee 1980-1981
7 13 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - UN Committee (1 of 2) 1984
7 14 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - UN Committee (2 of 2) 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 1 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - UN Committee (1 of 2) 1985
8 2 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - UN Committee (2 of 2) 1985
8 3 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - UN Committee 1993-1995
8 4 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - UN Committee - Conflict Resolution Training 1995
8 5 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - UN Committee - meetings with Nancy Reynolds 1982-1984
8 6 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - "Women's Economic Summit" 1993-1994
8 7 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Women's Issues 1976-1984
8 8 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Women's Issues 1985-1986
8 9 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Women's Issues 1987
8 10 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Women's Issues 1988-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 1 National Women's Conference (Houston, TX) 1977-1978
9 2 National Women's Conference (Houston, TX) - News 1977
9 3 National Women's Conference Committee 1992
9 4 National Women's Conference Committee 1993
9 5 National Women's Conference Committee 1994
9 6 National Women's Conference Committee 1995-1997
9 7 National Women's Conference Committee anniversary planning committee 1987
9 8 National Women's Conference Committee board meeting (Washington, D.C.) 1994
9 9 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Madison) 1979
9 10 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Washington, D.C.) 1981
9 11 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Louisville) 1982
9 12 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Detroit) 1983
9 13 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Washington, D.C.) 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 1 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Kansas City, MO) 1985
10 2 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Stamford, CT) 1986
10 3 National Women's Conference Committee meeting and anniversary (Washington, D.C.) 1987
10 4 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Seattle) 1988
10 5 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Madison) 1989
10 6 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Los Angeles) 1990
10 7 National Women's Conference Committee meeting (Sioux Falls) 1991
10 8 National Women's Conference Committee meetings (Ft. Lauderdale) 1992
10 9 National Women's Conference Committee - New York State Network 1993-1995
10 10 Political Buttons - women's organizations undated, 1977-1987
10 11 "Politics and Anti-Semitism in the Women's Movement" conference (Paris) 1984
10 12 Speaking Engagements and Ideas 1995-1996
10 13 "UN International Decade of Women and Beyond" workshop (Boston) 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
11 1 UN Voluntary Fund for Women 1981-1983
11 2 Women's Issues - clippings 1975-1987
11 3 Women's TAP Fund 1992-1997
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Series IV: World Conferences on Women, 1977-1996

Boxes 11-17. 3 linear feet.
Arrangement:

The three subseries are arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This series contains documents related to the United Nations’ second, third, and fourth World Conference on Women held in Copenhagen, Nairobi, and Beijing. The first conference, which Joseph did not attend, took place in Mexico City in 1975 where the controversial “Zionism is racism” resolution was adopted. As a result, Jewish women’s organizations approached each of the following conferences with a dual purpose: to advocate for women’s equality worldwide and to do so while combating partisan discord and anti-Semitism.

Each UN conference was accompanied by a concurrent or parallel NGO Forum, open to all and less formal than the official proceedings, which offered alternative information sessions, lectures, and workshops.

Subseries 1: Copenhagen (1980), 1977-1985

Boxes 11-12. 0.75 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

The second women’s conference was a “mid-decade review” entitled World Conference of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development, and Peace. It took place July 14-30, 1980, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Shirley Joseph collected numerous publications and periodicals there, but her subject files about the event span the following years as well. The conference was seen by many to have become a highly politicized venue for the ongoing rancor between Israel, the PLO, and other Middle Eastern nations. It ended with the U.S. voting against the proposed Program of Action because of its anti-Zionist language. Joseph’s writing and the articles she compiled about Copenhagen (see Box 12) reflect a deep sense of frustration about this outcome.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11 4 World Conference on Women - attendees 1980
11 5 World Conference on Women - background (1 of 2) 1980
11 6 World Conference on Women - background (2 of 2) 1980
11 7 World Conference on Women - Forum materials 1980
11 8 World Conference on Women - Jewish Women's Steering Committee 1980
11 9 World Conference on Women - notebooks 1980
11 10 World Conference on Women - planning 1977-1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
12 1 World Conference on Women - reactions (1 of 2) 1980-1983
12 2 World Conference on Women - reactions (2 of 2) 1980-1983
12 3 World Conference on Women - speaking engagements and press 1980-1985
12 4 World Conference on Women - speeches and drafts 1980-1985
12 5 World Conference on Women - State Department debriefing 1980
12 6 World Conference on Women - UN documents 1980

Subseries 2: Nairobi (1985), 1981-1986

Boxes 13-15. 1.25 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

The following conference, called “World Conference to Review and Appraise the Achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women,” took place July 15-26, 1985, in Nairobi, Kenya. After a disappointing experience in Copenhagen, many Jewish women’s groups redoubled their preparations for Nairobi. As Chair of NJCRAC’s Ad Hoc Committee on the UN, Joseph attended a number of high-level preparatory meetings and exchanged correspondence with Nancy Clark Reynolds, U.S. Representative to the UN Commission on the Status of Women. This subseries contains their letters, several folders of background and planning materials, official documents, clippings, notebooks, and personal travel information, including Joseph’s photo ID and press pass from Moment Magazine (Box 13, Folder 3).

BoxFolderTitleDate
13 1 World Conference on Women - background 1985
13 2 World Conference on Women - clippings 1985
13 3 World Conference on Women - conference materials (1 of 2) 1985
13 4 World Conference on Women - conference materials (2 of 2) 1985
13 5 World Conference on Women - Forum materials 1985
13 6 World Conference on Women - international steering committee 1981-1985
13 7 World Conference for Women - NCJW background materials 1984-1985
13 8 World Conference on Women - notebooks [1985]
BoxFolderTitleDate
14 1 World Conference on Women - planning 1981-1982
14 2 World Conference on Women - planning 1983
14 3 World Conference on Women - planning 1984-1985
14 4 World Conference on Women - post-conference committee 1985-1986
14 5 World Conference on Women - post-conference reports 1985
14 6 World Conference on Women - Pre-Nairobi Strategy Conference (Woodstock IL) 1984-1985
14 7 World Conference on Women - Preparatory Seminar for Nairobi (Tel Aviv) 1984-1985
14 8 World Conference on Women - speeches (pre-Nairobi) 1983-1985
14 9 World Conference on Women - speeches and drafts 1985-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
15 1 World Conference on Women - travel documents 1985
15 2 World Conference on Women - UN documents 1984
15 3 World Conference on Women - UN documents 1985
15 4 World Conference on Women - UN draft resolutions 1985
15 5 World Conference on Women - UN reports 1985
15 6 World Conference on Women - workshop review sheets 1985

Subseries 3: Beijing (1995), 1992-1996

Boxes 15-17. 1 linear foot.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

The fourth World Conference on Women was held ten years later in Beijing, China, September 4-15, 1995. Joseph was again Chair of the NJCRAC Ad Hoc Committee on Beijing and attended preparatory meetings in the U.S. and in Vienna. The correspondence in this subseries includes copies of letters of recommendation for Shirley Joseph’s appointment to the Beijing delegation, solicited from a variety of personal associates and local politicians.

BoxFolderTitleDate
15 7 World Conference on Women - clippings 1995
15 8 World Conference on Women - conference and forum materials 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
16 1 World Conference on Women - contact lists 1995
16 2 World Conference on Women - ECE Forum (Vienna) (1 of 2) 1994
16 3 World Conference on Women - ECE Forum (Vienna) (2 of 2) 1994
16 4 World Conference on Women - Letters of Recommendation 1994
16 5 World Conference on Women - NGO consultation (UN) 1995
16 6 World Conference on Women - NJCRAC committee 1992-1993
16 7 World Conference on Women - NJCRAC committee (1 of 2) 1994
16 8 World Conference on Women - NJCRAC committee (2 of 2) 1994
16 9 World Conference on Women - NJCRAC committee 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
17 1 World Conference on Women - notebooks [1994-1995]
17 2 World Conference on Women - post-conference 1995-1996
17 3 World Conference on Women - regional meeting (CUNY) 1994
17 4 World Conference on Women - travel info 1995
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Series V: Other Community Organizations, 1973-1997

Boxes 17-20. 2 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical by organization.

Scope and Content:

This series documents Shirley Joseph’s volunteer and advocacy work for causes and organizations outside of women’s rights. The bulk of the records in this series are related to the annual meetings, committees, and task forces of the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC). Subjects of interest to the NJCRAC leadership included the separation of church and state, religious freedom, anti-Semitism, and Israel. The “Pollard case” (Box 20, Folder 1) was a particularly troubling issue, as it involved an American Jew who plead guilty to selling intelligence to Israel but claimed his actions were an expression of Zionist allegiance.

BoxFolderTitleDate
17 5 Food for All - conference on "The Politics of Hunger and Poverty" 1987
17 6 Food for All - steering committee 1987-1988
17 7 Food for All - testimony to the President's Task Force 1983-1984
17 8 Jewish Federation Housing 1976-1979
17 9 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - Albany Study Trip 1987
17 10 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - Community Relations Committee 1984-1985
17 11 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - Community Relations Committee 1989-1991
17 12 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - Community Relations Committee 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
18 1 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - Community Relations Committee 1993
18 2 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - Community Relations Committee 1994
18 3 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - IRS correspondence 1986-1987
18 4 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - Public Policy Committee 1984-1987
18 5 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - Public Policy notebooks 1984-1985
18 6 Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo - Social Planning Committee 1973-1976
18 7 Junior League of Buffalo 1996-1997
18 8 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Anti-Semitism speech 1993
18 9 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Campaign Finance Reform 1993
18 10 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Commission on Equal Opportunity 1988
18 11 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Commission on Equal Opportunity 1989-1991
18 12 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - correspondence 1978-1983
18 13 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - correspondence 1992
18 14 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Gulf Crisis 1991
18 15 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Israel 1975-1984
18 16 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Israel Mission 1992
18 17 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Minority Scholarships 1990-1991
18 18 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - miscellaneous committees 1993
18 19 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Officers and Executive Committees 1988-1989
18 20 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Officers and Executive Committees 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
19 1 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Officers and Executive Committees 1991
19 2 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Officers and Executive Committees 1993
19 3 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Officers' Mission to Israel and Egypt 1989-1990
19 4 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Officers' Retreat 1990
19 5 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Officers' Retreat 1993
19 6 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Plenary Session (San Francisco) 1985
19 7 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Plenary Session (Washington, D.C.) 1989
19 8 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Plenary Session (Phoenix, AZ) 1990
19 9 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Plenary Session (Miami) 1991
19 10 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Plenary Session (Portland, OR) 1992
19 11 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Plenary Session (Washington, D.C.) 1993
19 12 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Plenary Session (New Orleans) 1994
19 13 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Plenary Session (Washington, D.C.) 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
20 1 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Pollard case 1991-1995
20 2 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - religious freedom 1990-1993
20 3 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Task Force on Jewish Security 1991
20 4 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Task Force on Jewish Security 1992
20 5 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Task Force on Jewish Security 1993
20 6 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - Task Force on Jewish Security 1994-1995
20 7 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council - voting rights and redistricting 1993
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Series VI: Audio and Video Formats, 1983-1996

Box 21. 0.55 linear feet.
Scope and Content:

Series VI consists of seven audio cassettes and one VHS tape, separated from the other materials in the collection per AJHS practice. The audiotapes were found loose in a box with other UN women’s conference files and are likely related to the JWC or ICJW planning committees. The videotape was separated from the Beijing + 1 Teleconference materials in Series III, Box 4, Folders 5-11.

Box TitleDate
21   "Meeting in Herzlia of Copenhagen Steering Committee" [5 audiotapes] 1993
21   "President's interagency Council: Beijing - One Year Later: September 29, 1996" [videotape] 1996
21   "Working Group, May 2, 1983" [2 audiotapes] 1983
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