Guide to the Records of Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry
undated, 1961, 1964, 1967, 1969-1970, 1972-2010 (Bulk 1975-2010)

I-530

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry
Title: Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, records
Dates:undated, 1961, 1964, 1967, 1969-1970, 1972-2010 (Bulk 1975-2010)
Abstract: The records of Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry (CASJ, after 1991 known as Chicago Action for Jews in the Former Soviet Union, CAJFSU), a grassroots volunteer organization dedicated to helping Soviet Jews emigrate from the Soviet Union and protecting the Refuseniks. CASJ was founded in the early 1970s as a result of the formation of the national organization, the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, which included approximately 50 other local councils. The collection documents the CASJs activities from its inception until it closed in 2010. The collection also features materials related to the activities of CASJ’s umbrella organization, Union of Councils for Soviet Jews and its legal arm Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center. The materials include correspondence, memoranda, case files, trip reports, publications, photographs, posters, audio, video, and three-dimensional artifacts.
Languages: The collection is predominantly in English, with Russian.
Quantity: 178 linear feet, 325 manuscript boxes, 13 bankers boxes, 1 OS6 Box, 1 MAP folder
Identification: I-530
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
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Historical Note

The American Soviet Jewry Movement was initiated in the early 1960s, when the first public protests were made by American Jews against the suppression of Jewish religion and Jewish national culture in the Soviet Union. Though random and spontaneous initially, those actions started to attract attention of the mainstream Jewish community and incited creation of the organizations dedicated to the support of Soviet Jews. American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry (AJCSJ) and Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ) pioneered the movement in 1964. AJCSJ was largely considered as a think tank rather than a defense organization. Its methods emphasized leveraging with the Soviet authorities via the official channels. It proved dysfunctional due to the inner conflicts in tactics and strategy, and failure to secure support of the broader American Jewish community. AJCSJ was restructured and renamed the National Conference on Soviet Jewry in 1971. SSSJ was conceptually limited to working with college students and youth volunteers. A need was felt for a more strategically versatile and more community-oriented organization.

The widely publicized Leningrad Trial incident, in which 34 men and women were accused of hijacking a plane at the Leningrad airport in order to emigrate, prompted many American Jews to protest against the injustices of the Soviet regime, and gave rise to a multitude of grassroots Soviet Jewry Movement organizations.

A network of the Soviet Jewry Movement organizations was created in 1970 by, most notably, Louis Rosenblum of the Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism, Si Frumkin of the Union of Council for Soviet Jews, Zev Yaroslavsky of the California Students for Soviet Jews and Harold Light of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews.

Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry (CASJ) was a grassroots volunteer organization dedicated to helping Soviet Jews emigrate from the Soviet Union and protecting the Refuseniks - those Soviet Jews who were denied permission to emigrate by the Soviet authorities. It was founded in the early 1970s as a result of the formation of the national organization, the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews and operated under its guidance, along with approximately 50 other local councils.CASJ monitored Soviet human rights violations, alerting members of Congress, the Administration, the State Department and the Helsinki Commission of the crises affecting Jews in the USSR. The organization provided direct aid and maintained telephone contact with Refuseniks and the families of the Prisoners of Conscience in the USSR.

CASJ served as a Soviet Jewry resource center by maintaining a Speakers' Bureau and developing a Soviet Jewry curriculum and action materials that were provided to religious schools, synagogues, churches, organizations and other community institutions nationwide. CASJ brought former Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience to Chicago to speak and work with scientists, attorneys, Congressmen and Synagogues. CASJ advised American travelers who were going to the USSR in order to offer support to the Soviet Jews. Jewish educational materials were supplied to Hebrew teachers who were persecuted in the USSR. CASJ published a monthly news bulletin Refusenik (1979-1997) which provided CASJ membership, the US Congress members, government agencies and Illinois synagogues and organizations with updates on the Soviet Jewry situation.

Among the special programs run by CASJ were Adopt-A-Family, which enabled American families to maintain close personal ties with Refusenik families and Bar and Bat Mitzvah twinning, which symbolically bound young American Jews to their Refusenik peers in the Soviet Union.

CASJ participated in the Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, a legal arm of UCSJ that analyzed international and Soviet law in respect to Jews in the USSR.

International Physicians Committee was formed in the mid-1980s by a doctor at Northwestern University as a virtual part of CASJ with the mission to monitor the medical condition of Jewish Prisoners of Conscience in the USSR.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the organization continued as Chicago Action for Jews in the Former Soviet Union (CAJFSU). The organization’s mission focused on the Jews who did not or could not leave the territories of the USSR’s successor states.

CAJFSU designed an action program to help the Jews in the Former Soviet Union (FSU) sustain in the face of hunger and illness, to help them address rising Antisemitism, fascism, and xenophobia; help provide spiritual sustinence, address the lack of Jewish education and help them with emigration issues like refusals and separated families.

CAJFSU’s initiatives included Project Sefer, that involved sending thousands of books to the Jewish communities in the FSU, Project Chai, which administered funds for food and continued the Bar and Bat Mitzvah twinning. The major grassroots support mechanism employed by CAJFSU was the Yad L’Yad program that linked synagogues in the Chicago area with the communities in the FSU, involving hundreds of community leaders and activists on both sides of the partnership. The main goal of Yad L’Yad was to provide indigenous Jewish communities with financial and technical support to create their own communal advocacy and defense infrastructure.

CAJFSU continued participation in the Union of Councils for Jews in the Former Soviet Union (formerly Union of Councils for Soviet Jews). The UCJFSU bureaus set up in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Almaty and other locations in the former Soviet States were used to monitor Antisemitic, fascist activity.

CAJFSU worked with UCJFSU and local Jewish groups to provide emergency rescue and relief in conditions of war in which Jews had been in danger, such as regional conflicts in Georgia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Tajikistan and Chechnya.

CAJFSU supported UCJFSU prisoner commission that worked on behalf of the Jewish prisoners of the FSU, whose arrest, procesution and/or incarceration were affected by Antisemitism.

CAJFSU closed in May 2010 due to the lack of funds.

References

Chicago Action for Jews in the Former Soviet Union: Mission Statement, undated, 1995, 1998, Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Records, I-xxx, Box 6/Folder 9, Collection of the American Jewish Historical Society, Boston, MA and New York, NY.

Chicago Action Publicity and Press, 1986-1987, 1993-1996, Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Records, I-938, Box 6/Folder 10, Collection of the American Jewish Historical Society, Boston, MA and New York, NY.

Dubkin Yearwood, P. (2010, 05 07). No more action: After 38 years, a Chicago organization that has done so much to rescue and care for Soviet Jews is forced to close its doors. Retrieved from http://www.chicagojewishnews.com/story.htm?sid=1andid=253791

Taratuta, A. (2004, July 18). Interview with Lorel Abarbanell. Retrieved from http://www.angelfire.com/sc3/soviet_jews_exodus/English/Interview_s/InterviewAbarbanell.shtml

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Scope and Content Note

The collection reflects the activities of Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry (after 1991 known as Chicago Action for Jews in the Former Soviet Union) from the time of its inception in the early 1970s until its closing in May 2010. Particularly voluminous are the documents of CASJ’s major programs—International Physicians Commission and Yad L’Yad. The collection contains extensive information on the Refuseniks, those Jews who were denied permission to emigrate from the USSR and often persecuted by the Soviet authorities for requesting such permission. Also included are reports of the individuals, mainly from the Chicago area, who traveled to the USSR to meet with Soviet Jews to offer them moral, spiritual and material support. The collection includes a large body of documents pertaining to the activities of the national organization Union of Councils for Soviet Jews in which CASJ was a council, and whose national president, Pamela Cohen also co-chaired CASJ. The collection features materials documenting the work of the Soviet Jewty Legal Advocacy Center, the legal arm of UCSJ in which CASJ also participated. The collection contains several thousand photographs, hundreds of audio and video tapes, a collection of posters and commemorative pins and bracelets, all pertaining to the Soviet Jewry movement.

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged into ten series as follows:

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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

The Papers of Betty Golomb is one individual collection within the Archive of the American Soviet Jewry Movement (AASJM) located at the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS). Other Soviet Jewry Movement collections at AJHS include the records of Action for Soviet Jewry (I-487), the National Conference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ; I-181 and I-181A), the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews (I-410, I-410A), Houston Action for Soviet Jewry (I-500), Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews (I-505), Seattle Action for Soviet Jewry (I-507), The Jewish Chronicle Soviet Jewry Collection (I-523), B'nai B'rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum Soviet Jewry Movement Collection (I-529), the papers of Joel Ackerman (P-787), Julia Mates Cheney (P-806), Jerry Goodman (P-863), Laurel and Alan J. Gould (P-866), Carolyn W. Sanger (P-870), Leah Lieberman (P-869), Si Frumkin (P-871), Elaine Pittell (P-873), Sanford A. Gradinger (P-880), Shaul Osadchey (P-882), Leonard S. Cahan (P-883), Doris H. Goldstein (P-887), David H. Hill (P-888), Margery Sanford (P-889), Pinchas Mordechai Teitz (P-891), David Waksberg (P-895), Pamela B. Cohen (P-897), Moshe Decter (P-899), William Korey (P-903), Morey Schapira (P-906), Charlotte Gerper Turner (P-907), Myrtle Sitowitz (P-908), Kathleen M. Hyman (P-911), Babette Wampold (P-912), Rabbi David Goldstein and Shannie Goldstein (P-918), Leslie Schaffer (P-923), Arthur Bernstein (P-925), Dolores Wilkenfeld (P-927), Sylvia Weinberg (P-928) , Irwin H. Krasna (P-934) and Constance S. Kreshtool(P-935) .

Additional materials from other collections include records dealing with the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ) located within the North American Jewish Students Appeal (NAJSA, I-338) and the records of the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC, I-172). Related records are also located at the AJHS in Newton Centre, MA including memorabilia and ephemera of the New England Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (I-237) and the Records of the Student Coalition for Soviet Jewry – Brandeis University (I-493).

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Provenance

The records were donated on behalf of CASJ by Hetty Deleeuwe in 2007, by the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2007 and by Susan Futterman in 2010.

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, records; I-530; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, Boston, MA and New York, NY.

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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: Subject Files, undated, 1969-1970, 1974-2006, 2010

Boxes 1-42.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

The series contains materials on subjects, events, organizations and individuals pertaining to the Soviet Jewry movement and Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry. Included is information regarding the development and projects of the CASJ, UCSJ and other Soviet Jewry movement organizations, foundations, legal cases, emigration and immigration, Refuseniks and prisoners of conscience, Jewish cultural programs, events and curriculums, Antisemitism, dissidents, legal status of Soviet Jews, international trade, refugees, U.S. foreign policy, human rights commissions and conferences, US Congress, the Jackson-Vanik Amendment, travel to the USSR and the FSU and many other subjects.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 1 Academics 1983-1986
1 2 Advisory Committee on Religious Rights in Eastern Europe undated
1 3 Advocacy Cases 1997
1 4 Aish HaTorah 1996
1 5 Alaska Council 1989-1990
1 6 Almati Bureau 1994-1995
1 7 Alderman, Ruth 1991-1992
1 8 American Association for the Advancement of Science 1987
1 9 American Bar Association undated, 1979, 1982, 1985-1988
1 10 American Bar Association—Association of Soviet Lawyers 1985-1988
1 11 American Bar Association—Association of Soviet Lawyers 1987-1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 1 American Jewish Labor Committee 1988
2 2 American Physical Society 1983-1987, 1995
2 3 Amnesty International 1983-1985
2 4 Annual Board Meeting Papers 1990
2 5 Anti-Defamation League 1984
2 6 Anti-Fascism 1995
2 7 Anti-Fascist Coalition and Public Campaign 1995
2 8 Antisemitism 1980-1984
2 9 Antisemitism 1985-1989
2 10 Antisemitism 1990-1999
2 11 Antisemitism 2003-2005
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 1 Appeals to Organizations undated, 1978, 1990, 1998
3 2 Art Project undated, 2000
3 3 Articles 1992-1997
3 4 Artov, P. 1980-1981
3 5 Association for Mental Health Affiliation with Israel (AMHAI) 1983-1985
3 6 Asylum Status 1993
3 7 Attorneys 1989
3 8 Attorneys' Services 1986-1991
3 9 Australia 1986
3 10 Babi Yar 1976, 1981, 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
4 1 Barnett, Harvey - "Life of Yirachmael Lissitz" 1992
4 2 Bay Area Council 1994
4 3 Begun, Yosef 1994-1995
4 4 Beilis undated
4 5 Benefit Concerts 1989
4 6 Benefit Concerts 1991, 1997-2001
4 7 Berman Amendment 1983-1984
4 8 Bern Conference 1986
4 9 Bibliography, Readings on Soviet Jewry undated
4 10 Bilateral Nuclear Weapons and Human Rights Declaration 1983
4 11 Birobidzhan 1992
4 12 Bishkek Bureau 1992, 1994
4 13 Black Book - Vilnius 1992
4 14 Bloch, Ruth 1983
4 15 Board Correspondence 1997-1998
4 16 Book Fair in Moscow 1987, 1989
4 17 Book Orders undated, 1988-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 1 Briefing for Travelers undated, 1988, 1990-1995
5 2 Brochures and Forms undated, 1997
5 3 Brussel 1980
5 4 Budapest Cultural Meeting (CSCE) 1985
5 5 Bulgarian Contact 1993
5 6 Business with FSU 1994-1995
5 7 By-Laws 1979, 1984, 1987, 1989
5 8 Canada: Esther Nobleman 1983
5 9 Cases 1995
5 10 Casework Protocols undated
5 11 CASJ Board Meetings Minutes 1997-1998
5 12 Caucasus undated, 1989
5 13 Caucus Network 1987
5 14 Caucus Network 1988-1991, 1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 1 Ceelen, Andrew - Chicago Visit, July 1991 1990-1991
6 2 Center for Democracy in the USSR 1988
6 3 Center for Democracy in the USSR 1990-1991
6 4 Central Intelligence Agency 1979-1980
6 5 Channukah 1980-1983, 1986
6 6 Cherniak, Yuri 1978, 1980-1981, 1983, 1985, 1988
6 7 Chernobilsky Fund 1998
6 8 Chernobyl 1986
6 9 Chicago Action for Jews in the Former Soviet Union: Mission Statement undated, 1995, 1998
6 10 Chicago Action Publicity and Press 1986-1987, 1993-1996
6 11 Chicago Board of Rabbis - Simon, Mordecai 1983, 1985
6 12 Chicago Conference on Religion and Race 1984
6 13 Chicago Torah Network 1995, 2002
6 14 Children undated, 1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 1 Choral Synagogue 1994
7 2 Christian Contacts 1984-1986
7 3 Closing of CASJ and Transfer of Archives to the American Jewish Historical Society 2006, 2010
7 4 Coalition for Alternatives in Jewish Education 1980
7 5 Cogan, Sophia and Yitzak 1980
7 6 Cohen, Herbert A. 1981-1982
7 7 Cohn, Margaret - CASJ Office Procedures undated, 1989
7 8 Colorado Committee of Concern 1996
7 9 Comite Des Quinze 1980-1985, 1988
7 10 Committee of Concerned Scientists - Hirsch, Dorothy 1982-1983, 1985, 1988-1989
7 11 Compendium on Soviet Dissident 1979
7 12 Conference of Major American Jewish Organizations 1984-1993
7 13 Congress 1998-1999
7 14 Congress: Annunzio, Frank 1986-1988, 1990
7 15 Congress: Boschwitz, Rudy 1989
7 16 Congress: Bradley, Bill 1988
7 17 Congress: Brennan, Joseph 1988
7 18 Congress: Bruce, Terry 1986-1988
7 19 Congress: Cohen, William 1985, 1987-1988
7 20 Congress: Collins, Cardiss 1976, 1979, 1983, 1985-1987, 1989-1990, 1993-1995
7 21 Congress: Cotler, Irwin 1983
7 22 Congress: Courter, Jim 1986
7 23 Congress: Crane, Philip 1986-1987, 1989-1990
7 24 Congress: Danforth, John 1988
7 25 Congress: DeConcini, Dennis undated, 1990
7 26 Congress: Delay, Tom 1987
7 27 Congress: Dixon, Alan J. 1986-1993
7 28 Congress: Dodd, Christopher 1983-1984
7 29 Congress: Dole, Robert 1986
7 30 Congress: Durbin, Richard 1985, 1987-1988, 1994
7 31 Congress: Evans, Lane 1986-1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 16 Congress: Levin, Sander 1985, 1988
8 17 Congress: Lipinski, William undated, 1986, 1989
8 18 Congress: Lungren, Daniel 1986
8 19 Congress: Lynn, Martin 1987, 1989
8 20 Congress: Michel, Robert 1986-1991, 1994
8 21 Congress: Pell, Clairborne undated
8 22 Congress: Porter, John 1985-1995
8 23 Congress: Pressler, Larry 1986
8 24 Congress: Reid, Harry 1986
8 25 Congress: Rush, Bobby 1993
8 26 Congress: Russo, Martin undated, 1986, 1989
8 27 Congress: Sangmeister, George undated
8 28 Congress: Sarbanes, Paul 1986
8 29 Congress: Sensenbrenner, James 1985
8 30 Congress: Sikorski, Gerry 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 1 Congress: Simon, Paul 1985-1993
9 2 Congress: Waxman, Henry 1985, 1987
9 3 Congress: Weber, Vin 1988
9 4 Congress: Wirth, Timothy 1985
9 5 Congress: Wolf, Frank 1987-1990
9 6 Congress: Yates, Sidney 1986-1990, 1992-1994
9 7 Congressional Fast and Prayer Vigil undated, 1983
9 8 Congressional Human Rights Caucus 1983-1984, 1986-1987
9 9 Congressional Letters 1999-2000, 2004-2006
9 10 Congressional Liason undated, 1979, 1986
9 11 Congressional Matters 1994-1995
9 12 Consular Convention undated
9 13 Contact Information of Soviet Jews for Tourists, Arranged by City 1984
9 14 Contact Information of Soviet Jews for Tourists, With Lists of Needs 1980s
9 15 Contact Information of Soviet Jews for Tourists, With Lists of Needs 1980s
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 1 Contacts: Addresses 1989-1992
10 2 Contacts: General undated, 1987-1995
10 3 Contacts: Goods, Material Assistance 1983-1986
10 4 Contacts: Informational Network 1993
10 5 Cossacks 1992
10 6 Counterpart Consortium 1995-1996
10 7 Country Reports on Human Rights 1983
10 8 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 1993
10 9 Criminal Justice Reform: Bill Cohen 1993
10 10 CSCE Conference in Vienna 1986-1987, 1990
10 11 Cultural Genocide undated, 1977, 1981
10 12 Cultural Programs 1993
10 13 Cummings Foundation 1995
10 14 Curriculums on Soviet Jewry undated, 1974, 1980, 1981, 1985
10 15 Daley, Richard 1982, 1983
10 16 Davidovich, Bella, Benefit Concert 1991
10 17 Dear Rabbi Letters 1982-1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
11 1 Dekalb, Northern, IL Jewish Community Center 1983, 1984
11 2 Description of a Disease 1982
11 3 Dissident Cases 1979-1980, 1982-1983
11 4 Divrey Torah - Letters from FSU undated, 1994
11 5 Drop-out Problem 1976-1980, 1982-1985
11 6 Dubinin, Yuri, Soviet Ambassador undated
11 7 Edidin, Gary undated, 1991
11 8 Educational Conference Materials 2004
11 9 Educational Conference Materials 2004
11 10 Educational Conference: Kineshma, Russia 2004
11 11 Educational Conference: Kineshma, Russia 2004
BoxFolderTitleDate
12 1 Emigration Application undated, 1980
12 2 Emigration Forms and Initiations 1989-1990, 1993
12 3 Emigration Law 1990, 1992-1993
12 4 Emigration Policy and Practice 1983, 1987-1991, 1993
12 5 Emigration Rates 1990-1993
12 6 Emigration Requirements, Visa undated, 1987, 2000
12 7 Engel, Gedalyah 1991
12 8 Estonia undated
12 9 Eurasia Foundation 1994-1995
12 10 European Contacts 1984-1987
12 11 Executive Advisory Committee 1989-1996
12 12 Express Chronicle, The 1990-1992
12 13 Falashas (Ethiopian Jews) 1979, 1983
BoxFolderTitleDate
13 1 Fattakhov, Dmitrii 1996
13 2 Feldstein, Jonathan 1997
13 3 Feshbach, Murray: "Watching the Russians" 1983
13 4 Food Drive 1995
13 5 Food Program 1994-1996
13 6 Foreign Relations - General 1979, 1982-1984
13 7 Foundation 1989, 1992-1996
13 8 Freedom of Movement undated, 1989
13 9 Fridson, Alexander 1990-1993
13 10 Friends of the Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center undated, 1986
13 11 Funding: Chicago 1987-1989, 1994
13 12 Fundraising 1980-1986
13 13 Fundraising undated, 1995, 1996-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
14 1 Fundraising Ideas 1978-1980, 1987
14 2 Fundraising Ideas undated, 1984-1989, 1993, 1995
14 3 Fundraising Letter and Enclosures 1988, 1996-1999
14 4 Galanty, Sydney 1998-1999
14 5 Gale, Robert 1986
14 6 General Information 1996
14 7 Geneva Summit 1985
14 8 Genocide Resolution 1982
14 9 Gerber, Alla 1991-1992
14 10 Gerjuoy, Ed 1983-1984
14 11 Germany 1986
14 12 Gilbert, Martin 1983-1987
14 13 GJARN-Rabbi Avtzon 1994-1995, 2002
14 14 Glasnost 1987
14 15 Goldfarb, Lev 1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
15 1 Goldfarb, Lev 1998
15 2 Goodwill Games 1986-1987
15 3 Gorbachev 1985-1987
15 4 Government - General 1978-1980, 1983, 1985, 1987
15 5 Grigoryants, Sergei 1989
15 6 Hartigan, Neil 1986
15 7 Hashivanu Project 1993
15 8 Hawaii Action 1987-1988
15 9 Health Professionals 1982
15 10 Heart Valve Shipment to Lviv 2000
15 11 Hebrew Classes in the USSR (Photographs) undated
15 12 Hebrew Teachers undated, 1979-1983
15 13 Helsinki 1985-1986
15 14 Helsinki Comission 1975, 1980-1987
15 15 Henry Jackson Foundation 1993-1995
15 16 Hermitage Publishers 1987
15 17 Hirelings and Accomplices - USSR Television Show undated, 1985
15 18 History of Jews in Russia and Soviet Union undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
16 1 Holidays 1980, 1982, 1984
16 2 Holocaust 1987-1994
16 3 Holocaust and Survivor Organizations undated, 1983-1985, 1987, 1989-1990
16 4 Holocaust Ceremony in Moscow Cemetery 26-Apr-87
16 5 Honorary Board 1979, 1981, 1983
16 6 Human Rights 1992-1993
16 7 Human Rights 1994-1996
16 8 Human Rights and Charity Groups, Va'ad 1992-1993
16 9 Hunger Strike, Force Feeding 1986, 1988
16 10 Ideas for Demonstrations and Protests, Writing Letters, Committees undated, 1978-1983
16 11 Ilyinka undated, 1980
16 12 Immigration undated, 1988, 1995-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
17 1 Immigration Law Project in the FSU 1993
17 2 Information and Cases - General undated, 1976-1980, 1982-1983, 1991
17 3 Information Bulletin undated, 1988-1989
17 4 Information Sent to Voice of America and Radio-Free Europe 1984-1985
17 5 Information Sheet for Future Travelers to the FSU undated
17 6 International Association on the Political Use of Psychiatry 1983
17 7 International Commission for Protection of Prisoners (IPCPP) 1986-1989, 1992
17 8 International Committee of Educators to Combat Racism, Antisemitism and Apartheid 1984
17 9 International Conference of Jewish Women in Kiev 1994
17 10 International Labor Organization 1982-1983, 1985
17 11 International Parliamentary Group 1986
17 12 International Physicians Commission 1999-2005
17 13 International Physicians Council 1995
17 14 International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War 1985-1986
17 15 Interriligious Task Force 1991
17 16 Intourist 1986
17 17 Intrator, Genya and Prisoners of Conscience 1985, 1988, 1990
17 18 Invitations 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
18 1 Israel undated, 1984-1988, 2001
18 2 Israeli Public Council for Soviet Jewry 1985, 1988
18 3 Jackson, Henry Conference in Jerusalem 1994
18 4 Jackson-Vanik Amendment 1989
18 5 Jackson-Vanik Position Papers 1988-1989
18 6 JACPAC 1985
18 7 Jerusalem Post undated, 1986-1987
18 8 Jewish Organizations for Russian-Speaking Jews 1993-1996
18 9 Jewish Communities in the FSU 1996
18 10 Jewish Community Development Fund 1995
18 11 Jewish Contacts in the USSR 1991
18 12 Jewish Cultural Association 1986, 1988-1989
18 13 Jewish Exponent 1980
18 14 Jewish Federation 1985
18 15 Jewish Organizations in Russia 1996
18 16 Jewish Research Centre 1990
18 17 Jewish Tradition and Soviet Jewry undated
18 18 Jewish War Veterans 1980, 1985-1987
18 19 Jews for Jesus undated, 1996
18 20 Jews for Judaism 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000-2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
19 1 Joint Distribution Committee 1993
19 2 Joint Planning Committee Rally 1986
19 3 Kampelman, Max (Former US Ambassador to the UN) 1984-1985
19 4 Kartavya-Gofner, Boris and Irina 1988-1992
19 5 Katerli, Nina 1990-1991
19 6 Katz, Alex 1990
19 7 Kazachkov, Mikhail - Chicago Visit 1991
19 8 Kazki, Katya 1992
19 9 Keston College 1986
19 10 KGB undated, 1980
19 11 Kharkov 1989-1990
19 12 Kiev Jewish Organizations 1993
19 13 Kiev Refuseniks undated, 1980, 1988
19 14 Kishinev undated, 1981, 1983, 1987
19 15 Koinov Case 1995
19 16 Kolker, Fabian undated
19 17 Koppel, Ted, Show 1985
19 18 Korets Foundation 1995
19 19 Krivopaltzeva undated
19 20 Kuravsky, Zeev: School in Moscow 1997-1998
19 21 Kuznetsov, Edward and Galina 1981
19 22 LA County - Proposition A 1984
19 23 Landau, Eli undated, 1983-1984
19 24 Language Problems 1993
19 25 Lawyers Lists: Sharansky undated, 1983-1984
19 26 Lawyers - General undated, 1979-1985
19 27 Lefever, Ernest undated, 1981
19 28 Legal System of USSR undated
19 29 Leningrad 1980-1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
20 1 Leningrad Cultural Seminars 1982, 1984-1985
20 2 Letter of Invitation 1986
20 3 Letters from Leningrad 1982, 1984
20 4 Letters to Congregation Hakafa from Survivors of the Minsk Ghetto and Nazi Concentration Camps 1998-1999
20 5 Letters to the Editors: CASJ Instructions 1981, 1983, 1985
20 6 Levine, Rhoda 1994-1996
20 7 Levinson Foundation 1995
20 8 Linkage: United Loans undated, 1987
20 9 Lipkin, Harry and Malka undated, 1983-1984
20 10 Lists undated, 1993, 1996
20 11 Lithuania 1990
20 12 Livshitz Case undated, 1993-1995
20 13 MacArthur Foundation 1993-1994
20 14 Maccabees undated, 1986-1987
20 15 Machanaim 1988
20 16 Madrid and Helsinki undated, 1978, 1980-1982
20 17 Madrid CSCE Review undated, 1980-1983
BoxFolderTitleDate
21 1 Magen, Barry undated, 1996
21 2 Marek Nowicki-Polish Helsinki Watch undated, 1991
21 3 Marriage Law 1984-1985, 1987-1988
21 4 Mathematicians 1978, 1980
21 5 Matzo Project 1987
21 6 Media Bibliography undated, 1985
21 7 Medical Mobilization undated, 1975, 1978-1983, 1990
21 8 Meteorological Organizations, Meteorologist undated
21 9 Michael's Benefit Party 1987, 1988
21 10 Military Draft, Use of to Persecute Refuseniks undated
21 11 Millenium of Christianity in Kiev 1988
21 12 Milwaukee Council 1991
21 13 Mirzayanov Case 1994
21 14 Miscellaneous Organizations 1980-1985
21 15 Missionaries 2001-2003
21 16 Moldavia 1987
21 17 Monitor 1994
21 18 Montreal Committee - Goldie Hershon 1984-1985
21 19 Moriah Fund 1993-1995
21 20 Morrison-Lautenberg Law 1990
21 21 Moscow Bureau 1990-1991
21 22 Moscow Bureau 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
22 1 Moscow Bureau 1991
22 2 Moscow Bureau 1991
22 3 Moscow Bureau 1991
22 4 Moscow Bureau 1992
22 5 Moscow Bureau Budget 1991-1994
22 6 Moscow Bureau, Take-Over by Moscow Staff 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
23 1 Moscow Bureau: Resumes 1993
23 2 Moscow Bureau - Staff 1993-1995
23 3 Moscow Gan undated, 1979
23 4 Moscow Independent University 1988
23 5 Moscow Legal Seminar Publications 1988
23 6 Moscow Legal Seminar Publications 1988
23 7 Moscow Library 1996
23 8 Moscow Refuseniks Lists undated
23 9 Moscow Trust Group 1985-1986, 1988
23 10 Muslims and the USSR 1989-1990
23 11 Nairobi International Women's Conference undated, 1985
23 12 National Conference - General 1984-1985
23 13 National Council of Churches: Visit of Soviet Clergy 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
24 1 National Endowment for Democracy 1993-1994
24 2 National Interreligious Task Force - Sister Ann Gillen 1983-1984, 1986
24 3 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC) 1989
24 4 National Jewish Law Students Network undated, 1984, 1988
24 5 National Soviet Jewry Project - Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity 1984
24 6 Naymark, Sherman: Proposal 1995
24 7 New Year's Cards undated
24 8 New York Academy of Sciences 1983-1984
24 9 News from Helsinki Watch 1988-1989
24 10 Night of the Murdered Poets 1985
24 11 Nikitin Alexander 1997
24 12 Nobel Peace Prize 1985
24 13 Non-Preference Immigrant Status undated, 1986-1987
24 14 North Suburban Synagogue Beth El 1969, 1979
24 15 Nudel, Ida - Film 1980
24 16 Oconomowoc, WI 1983
24 17 Odessa undated, 1984
24 18 Official Delegation 1978-1980
24 19 Officials of the Soviet Union undated, 1987, 1989
24 20 Old Refusenik Information 1988, 1990-1991
24 21 Olim 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
25 1 One Hundred Illinois Priority Refusenik Cases 1979-1980
25 2 Orel undated, 1998-1999
25 3 Ottawa - CSCE undated, 1985
25 4 Ovir Committee undated
25 5 Pachevsky, Talman, Dr. undated, 1983-1984
25 6 Pamyat 1987-1989
25 7 Parcels and Packages 1981-1982
25 8 Paritsky, Alex undated
25 9 Passage to Freedom Drive - Jewish United Fund 1989
25 10 Passover undated, 1980, 1982-1984, 1987-1989
25 11 Peace Movement 1982-1984
25 12 Peltier Case 1982-1987
25 13 Pentecostals 1980-1983
25 14 Penzias, Arno 1982-1983
25 15 Pesach 1987
25 16 Peshkin, Murray 1985
25 17 Petitions undated
25 18 Phone-A-Thon undated, 1984, 1986
25 19 PIC Publishing House: Moscow Helsinki Group 1992-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
26 1 Pisar, Sam 1980, 1986
26 2 Poetry by Russian Refuseniks 1987-1988
26 3 Political Organizations and Publications 1988
26 4 Poor Relatives 1987-1989
26 5 Popov, Oleg 1981-1984
26 6 Postal Information 1983, 1986-1988
26 7 Postal Regulations 1976-1980, 1983-1986
26 8 Postal Violations 1984-1988
26 9 Postal Violations: Evidence 1975, 1978-1980, 1982-1984, 1989, 1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
27 1 Postcards 1986, 1989
27 2 Poster Contest 1980, 1983-1984
27 3 Powers of Attorney 1985-1986
27 4 Press Clippings 1984-1986
27 5 Press Contacts 1979-1987
27 6 Press Lists undated
27 7 Press Releases undated, 1988-1994
27 8 Prisoners 1974-1987
27 9 Prisoners 1987-1989, 1994-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
28 1 Prisoners 1989-1990
28 2 Problems of Refusal 1988
28 3 Procedures, Restrictions, Stats 1974, 1977-1985
28 4 Program Materials undated, 1979-1980, 1989-1990, 1997
28 5 Project Kesher 1992
28 6 Project Rescue undated, 1986
28 7 Project Sefer: Book Acknowledgement 1990-1992
28 8 Project Sefer: Book Catalogs 1996
28 9 Project Sefer: Book Lists 1995-1997
28 10 Project Sefer: Book Lists and Catalogs 1987-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
29 1 Project Sefer: Book Lists, Titles, Orders 1982, 1990-1996, 1999
29 2 Project Sefer: Books, Publishers and Invoices 1985, 1991-1996, 2000
29 3 Project Sefer: Correspondence 1989-1996
29 4 Project Sefer: Correspondence 1998-2004
29 5 Project Sefer: Letters and Lists from Rudy Appel 1985, 1989, 1997
29 6 Project Sefer: Letters from Russian Recepients 1990-1991, 1997-1999
29 7 Project Sefer: Letters to Russians 1996-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
30 1 Project Sefer: Miscellaneous 1995, 1997-2002
30 2 Project Sefer: Notes 1995
30 3 Project Sefer: Process Requests 1989, 1991
30 4 Project Sefer: Purim 1998
30 5 Project Sefer: Russian Esplanation of CASJ undated, 2003
30 6 Project Sefer: Special Requests 1990-1992
30 7 Project Sefer: Yiddish Book Lists 1998, 2000
30 8 Proposed Calendar undated
30 9 Psychiatric Abuse 1978-1988, 1990
30 10 Public Affairs Materials 1984-1987, 1991-1992, 1995-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
31 1 Publicity 1979-1985
31 2 Pulatov, Abdumannob 1993
31 3 Purim undated, 1983
31 4 Questionnaire of Soviet Jews undated
31 5 Rabbinic Actions Committee 1986-1990, 1992
31 6 Rabbinic March 1985
31 7 Rabbis 1979-1981, 1983-1986, 1988
31 8 Rachamim Society undated, 1989
31 9 Radio Free Europe-Radio Liberty undated, 1993
31 10 Radio Maccabee 1985
31 11 Raoul Wallenberg Society 1991-1994
31 12 Ratner, Judith 1998
31 13 Reagan Library 1997-1998
31 14 Record, The [Anti-Defamation League and NCSJ] 1980
31 15 Refusal of Liberty, French Film 1980, 1983
31 16 Refuseniks 1982, 1989-1990, 1992-1993, 1995-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
32 1 Refuseniks - Pensions 1997
32 2 Religion undated, 1988
32 3 Religion in Communist Dominated Areas (RCDA) 1979
32 4 Religious School and Youth Group undated, 1983
32 5 Renunciation of Soviet Citizenship 1984
32 6 Requests for Information from Organizations and Individuals 1979-1980, 1983-1984
32 7 Resettlement 1979, 1987
32 8 Resolution on Soviet Jewry, Sample undated, 1985
32 9 Riga undated
32 10 Roitburd, Lev 1976-1981
32 11 Rome Refuseniks Dossier Packet undated, 1988-1989
32 12 Rosh Hashana undated, 1988, 1989
32 13 Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur 1981, 1983-1985, 1987-1988
32 14 RSI Prints undated
32 15 Rukh 1990-1991
32 16 Rumanian Jews 1979, 1982, 1984-1986
32 17 Salman, Mikhail 1981-1986
32 18 Samizdat Publications undated
32 19 Schools, Jewish, FSU undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
33 1 Scientific Seminar undated, 1981, 1984
33 2 Scientists 1978-1981
33 3 Scientists 1978-1989
33 4 Scientists 1978-1984, 1988-1989
33 5 Scientists' Advisory Board of Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry undated, 1983-1984
33 6 Scientists and Academicians 1977, 1980, 1982, 1986
33 7 Scientists and Engineers Emigrant Fund (SEEF), Zale Anis 1983-1985
33 8 Scientists for Orlov and Sharansky (SOS) 1978-1980, 1984, 1990-1991, 1993
33 9 Scientists, Computer undated
33 10 Senate - Human Rights Hearing 1983
BoxFolderTitleDate
34 1 Separated Families 1983, 1987
34 2 Service in Solidarity with Jews in the Soviet Union undated
34 3 Shabbat Service 1979-1980, 1982-1983, 1988
34 4 Shteinman, Jaakov, Rabbi 1997
34 5 Shvut-Ami, International Center for Soviet Jews undated, 1989
34 6 Sieff, Martin undated, 1986
34 7 Slave Labor 1980-1987
34 8 Slepak, Vladimir 1998
34 9 Solzhenitsyn, Alexander undated
34 10 South Africa 1982-1984
34 11 Soviet Academy of Sciences Honorary Members undated
34 12 Soviet and East European Research Center, Hebrew University, Jerusalem 1984-1985
34 13 Soviet Constitution undated, 1977-1978, 1981, 1983-1984
34 14 Soviet Criminal Law: Case Histories of Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience 1984
34 15 Soviet Criminal Law: Human Rights 1970, 1977-1978, 1984
34 16 Soviet Economy 1980-1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
35 1 Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center undated, 1983-1987
35 2 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1980-1981, 1983-1984, 1986-1988
35 3 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1985-1990
35 4 Soviet Jewry Zionist Forum 1986-1990, 1996
35 5 Soviet Jews in the US 1978-1982
35 6 Soviet Law 1982-1984
35 7 Soviet Officials 1982-1984, 1987-1988, 1991-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
36 1 Soviet Officials 1983-1987, 1989
36 2 Soviet Press 1979-1981, 1983, 1985-1986, 1988
36 3 Soviet Psychiatry 1989
36 4 Space Bridges 1987-1988
36 5 Speakers' Bureau undated, 1983-1985
36 6 Spertus College of Judaica 1980, 1983, 1985
36 7 State Department 1977-1980, 1982-1986
36 8 Stern, Harold, Rabbi undated, 1988-1990
36 9 Stonov, Leonid 1989-1990, 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
37 1 Stonov, Leonid 1994-1996
37 2 Stonov, Leonid: Trip to FSU 1993
37 3 Sukkot undated
37 4 Summit in Washington, D.C. December 6, 1987 1986-1987
37 5 Sun Times 1979, 1985-1986
37 6 Supreme Court Justice, Illinois 1986
37 7 Swedish Soviet Jewry Organization 1983
37 8 Swiss Soviet Jewry Organization 1984
37 9 Synagogues 1979-1981
37 10 Tallman, Marillyn 1992, 2004
37 11 Tarbut "Jewish Self Study" 1980
37 12 Tashkent 1990
37 13 Tbilisi 1983
37 14 Telegram Bank undated, 1977, 1981, 1983
37 15 Telephone Calls to the USSR undated, 1980, 1982-1985
37 16 Testimony 1979, 1983, 1986
37 17 Torah 1999-2003
37 18 Torah Tapes 1983, 1988
37 19 Tourist Packets 1988-1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
38 1 Trade Sanctions: Arab Boycott 1987
38 2 Trade Sanctions: Armstrong-Moynihan Forced Labor Amendment 1982, 1984, 1987, 1990
38 3 Trade Sanctions: Economic Linkage, General Agreement on Tarriffs and Trade, Slepak Principles 1989-1990
38 4 Trade Sanctions: General 1986-1990
38 5 Trade Sanctions: McClure Amendment 1988
38 6 Trade Sanctions: Pease Amendment 1989
38 7 Trade Sanctions: Romania: Most Favored Nation 1987-1988
38 8 Trade Sanctions: Trade Linkage: Zale's Research 1989
38 9 Trade Union 1986, 1988
38 10 Trade, Grain Sales to USSR 1978-1980, 1982-1986
38 11 Trips to USSR and FSU undated, 1988, 1992-1993, 1999, 2001-2002
38 12 Trips to USSR and FSU: Pamela Cohen undated, 1987-1989, 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
39 1 Tsimberg, Boris 1990
39 2 Twenty Seventh Party Congress 1986
39 3 Twinned Cities 1985-1987
39 4 Twinning Party at Congregation Solel 1986
39 5 Twinnings undated, 1979-1983
39 6 Tyner, Howard 1980-1981, 1983, 1985-1986
39 7 UCSJ 1987, 1993-1994
39 8 UCSJ 1995
39 9 UCSJ undated, 1996-2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
40 1 UCSJ Annual Meeting 2000
40 2 UCSJ Legislation 1996
40 3 UCSJ Memos 1996
40 4 UCSJ Memos 1997
40 5 UCSJ Policy Statement undated, 1985
40 6 UCSJ: Memos to Members of Councils 1985
40 7 Ukraine 1978, 1981, 1983, 1994-1995, 2001
40 8 Ukraine Bureau 1992-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
41 1 Ukraine Bureau: Reports 1992
41 2 Ukraine Bureau: Reports 1993
41 3 Ukraine Bureau: Reports 1993
41 4 Ukraine Bureau: Reports 1993
41 5 Ukrainian Project, Mim, Senft 2004-2005
41 6 UNESCO 1985
41 7 United Nations 1985
41 8 University of Chicago Faculty Contacts undated, 1977, 1979
41 9 University of Colorado at Boulder Archives 1996-1997
41 10 US Officials undated, 1978-1979, 1987
41 11 Usoskin, Eduard 1978, 1984-1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
42 1 VAAD - The Second Congress of Federation of Jewish Organizations and Communities of Russia 1995
42 2 Vancouver Soviet Jewry Action Committee 1986
42 3 Vasserman, Grigori 1980-1987
42 4 Videotape Project 2002
42 5 Voice From Gorky Street Film 1978
42 6 Volunteers undated, 1980, 1983-1985
42 7 Wallenberg, Raoul 1980-1984, 1987-1990
42 8 White Book, The 1985
42 9 White House 1979, 1981, 1984-1985
42 10 Wiesel, Eli 1984-1987
42 11 Wilhelm, Shlomo, Rabbi of Zhitomir and West Ukraine 1999-2000
42 12 World Conference of Mayors undated, 1984
42 13 World Conference of Youth and Students 1985
42 14 World Conference on Soviet Jewry undated, 1983-1984
42 15 World Court of Justice undated
42 16 World Jewish Congress 1986
42 17 World Youth Festival 1985
42 18 Yiddish Language 1984
42 19 Zhirinovsky, Vladimir 1992-1995
42 20 Zhitomir 1993, 1995-1996, 1998-1999
42 21 Zionism in the USSR 1980, 1983
42 22 Zonis, Marvin 1992-1993
42 23 Zunshine, Zachar and Tatiana Visit Itinerary 1987-1988
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Series II: Correspondence and Communication, undated, 1986-1996

Boxes 43-85.
Arrangement:

Chronologically.

Scope and Content:

The series contain letters, faxes, printed emails, phone message books and books of contacts documenting the information exchange of CASJ and UCSJ with Jewish communities in the USSR and the FSU, Soviet Jewry movement organizations and other NGOs, individual activists in the US and abroad, and US elected officials.

BoxFolderTitleDate
43 1 Book of Contacts in the USSR, Part 1 undated
43 2 Book of Contacts in the USSR, Part 2 undated
43 3 Book of Contacts in the USSR, Part 3 undated
43 4 Book of Contacts in the USSR, Part 4 undated
43 5 Correspondence: General 1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
44 1 Correspondence: General 1987
44 2 Correspondence: General 1988
44 3 Correspondence: General 1989
44 4 Correspondence: General 1990
44 5 Correspondence: General 1991
44 6 Correspondence: General 1992
44 7 Correspondence: General 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
45 1 Correspondence: General 1994
45 2 Correspondence: General 1995
45 3 Correspondence: General 1996
45 4 Correspondence: General 1992-1996
45 5 Correspondence: Foreign undated
45 6 Correspondence: UCSJ 1987-1989
45 7 Correspondence: UCSJ 1990
45 8 Correspondence: UCSJ 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
46 1 Correspondence: UCSJ 1992-1996
46 2 Correspondence: UCSJ 1993
46 3 Correspondence: UCSJ 1993
46 4 Correspondence: UCSJ 1993
46 5 Correspondence: UCSJ 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
47 1 Correspondence: UCSJ 1993-1994
47 2 Correspondence: UCSJ 1995-1996
47 3 Email: General 1993
47 4 Email: General 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
48 1 Email: General 1993
48 2 Email: General 1993
48 3 Email: General 1993
48 4 Email: General 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
49 1 Email: General 1993
49 2 Email: General 1993
49 3 Email: General 1994
49 4 Email: General 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
50 1 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1993
50 2 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1993
50 3 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1993
50 4 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1993
50 5 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
51 1 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1993
51 2 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1993
51 3 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1993
51 4 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
52 1 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1994
52 2 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1994
52 3 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1994
52 4 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1994
52 5 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
53 1 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1994
53 2 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1994
53 3 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1994
53 4 Email: Reports on Former Soviet Union 1994
53 5 Email: UCSJ 1990
53 6 Email: UCSJ: Central Asia Bureau 1992-1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
54 1 Email: UCSJ: Moscow Bureau 1992-1993
54 2 Email: UCSJ: Moscow Bureau 1993
54 3 Email: UCSJ: Moscow Bureau 1993
54 4 Email: UCSJ: Moscow Bureau 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
55 1 Email: UCSJ: Moscow Bureau 1993-1994
55 2 Email: UCSJ: Moscow Bureau 1994
55 3 Email: UCSJ: Moscow Bureau: Panfilov Reports 1993
55 4 Email: UCSJ: Moscow Bureau: Refuseniks 1993
55 5 Email: UCSJ: Moscow Bureau: Refuseniks 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
56 1 Email: UCSJ: Ukraine Bureau 1993
56 2 Email: UCSJ: Ukraine Bureau 1993-1994
56 3 Email: UCSJ: Marillyn Tallman 1994-1995
56 4 Faxes: Incoming 1991
56 5 Faxes: Incoming 1991
56 6 Faxes: Incoming 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
57 1 Faxes: Incoming 1991
57 2 Faxes: Incoming 1991
57 3 Faxes: Incoming 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
58 1 Faxes: Incoming 1991
58 2 Faxes: Incoming 1991
58 3 Faxes: Incoming 1992
58 4 Faxes: Incoming 1992
58 5 Faxes: Incoming 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
59 1 Faxes: Incoming 1992
59 2 Faxes: Incoming 1992
59 3 Faxes: Incoming 1992
59 4 Faxes: Incoming 1992
59 5 Faxes: Incoming 1992
59 6 Faxes: Incoming 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
60 1 Faxes: Incoming 1992
60 2 Faxes: Incoming 1992
60 3 Faxes: Incoming 1993
60 4 Faxes: Incoming 1993
60 5 Faxes: Incoming 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 1 Faxes: Incoming 1993
61 2 Faxes: Incoming 1993
61 3 Faxes: Incoming 1993
61 4 Faxes: Incoming 1993
61 5 Faxes: Incoming 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
62 1 Faxes: Incoming 1993
62 2 Faxes: Incoming 1993
62 3 Faxes: Incoming 1993
62 4 Faxes: Incoming 1993
62 5 Faxes: Incoming 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 1 Faxes: Incoming 1993
63 2 Faxes: Incoming 1993
63 3 Faxes: Incoming 1993
63 4 Faxes: Incoming 1993
63 5 Faxes: Incoming 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
64 1 Faxes: Incoming 1993
64 2 Faxes: Incoming 1993
64 3 Faxes: Incoming 1993
64 4 Faxes: Incoming 1993
64 5 Faxes: Incoming 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
65 1 Faxes: Incoming 1993
65 2 Faxes: Incoming 1993
65 3 Faxes: Incoming 1993
65 4 Faxes: Incoming 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
66 1 Faxes: Incoming 1993
66 2 Faxes: Incoming 1993
66 3 Faxes: Incoming 1994
66 4 Faxes: Incoming 1994
66 5 Faxes: Incoming 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
67 1 Faxes: Incoming 1994
67 2 Faxes: Incoming 1994
67 3 Faxes: Incoming 1994
67 4 Faxes: Incoming 1994
67 5 Faxes: Incoming 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
68 1 Faxes: Incoming 1994
68 2 Faxes: Incoming 1994
68 3 Faxes: Incoming 1994
68 4 Faxes: Incoming 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
69 1 Faxes: Incoming 1994
69 2 Faxes: Incoming 1994
69 3 Faxes: Incoming 1994
69 4 Faxes: Incoming 1994
69 5 Faxes: Incoming 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
70 1 Faxes: Incoming 1994
70 2 Faxes: Incoming 1994
70 3 Faxes: Incoming 1994
70 4 Faxes: Incoming 1994
70 5 Faxes: Incoming 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
71 1 Faxes: Incoming 1994
71 2 Faxes: Incoming 1994
71 3 Faxes: Incoming 1994
71 4 Faxes: Incoming 1994
71 5 Faxes: Incoming 1994
71 6 Faxes: Incoming 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
72 1 Faxes: Incoming 1995
72 2 Faxes: Incoming 1995
72 3 Faxes: Incoming 1995
72 4 Faxes: Incoming 1995
72 5 Faxes: Incoming 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
73 1 Faxes: Incoming 1995
73 2 Faxes: Incoming 1995
73 3 Faxes: Incoming 1995
73 4 Faxes: Incoming 1995
73 5 Faxes: Incoming 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
74 1 Faxes: Incoming 1995
74 2 Faxes: Incoming 1995
74 3 Faxes: Incoming 1995
74 4 Faxes: Incoming 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
75 1 Faxes: Incoming 1995
75 2 Faxes: Incoming 1995
75 3 Faxes: Incoming 1995
75 4 Faxes: Incoming 1995
75 5 Faxes: Incoming 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
76 1 Faxes: Incoming 1996
76 2 Faxes: Incoming 1996
76 3 Faxes: Incoming 1996
76 4 Faxes: Incoming 1996
76 5 Faxes: Incoming 1996
76 6 Faxes: Incoming 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
77 1 Faxes: Incoming 1996
77 2 Faxes: Incoming 1996
77 3 Faxes: Incoming 1996
77 4 Faxes: Incoming 1996
77 5 Faxes: Incoming 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
78 1 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
78 2 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
78 3 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
78 4 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
78 5 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
78 6 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
79 1 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
79 2 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
79 3 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
79 4 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
79 5 Faxes: Outgoing 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
80 1 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
80 2 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
80 3 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
80 4 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
80 5 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
81 1 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
81 2 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
81 3 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
81 4 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
81 5 Faxes: Outgoing 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
82 1 Faxes: Outgoing 1995
82 2 Faxes: Outgoing 1995
82 3 Faxes: Outgoing 1995
82 4 Faxes: Outgoing 1995
82 5 Faxes: Outgoing 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
83 1 Faxes: Outgoing 1995
83 2 Faxes: Outgoing 1995
83 3 Faxes: Outgoing 1995
83 4 Faxes: Outgoing 1996
83 5 Faxes: Outgoing 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
84 1 Faxes: Outgoing 1996
84 2 Faxes: Outgoing 1996
84 3 Faxes: UCSJ 1988
84 4 Faxes: UCSJ 1989
84 5 Faxes: UCSJ 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
85 1 Faxes: UCSJ, Incoming 1992
85 2 Faxes: UCSJ, Incoming 1992
85 3 Phone Books: Marillyn Tallman 1989-1990
85 4 Phone Books: Marillyn Tallman 1988-1989
85 5 Phone Books: Marillyn Tallman 1990-1993
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Series III: Refuseniks, undated, 1978-1980, 1982-1998

Boxes 86-152.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

The Series contains personal information files on Soviet Jewish Refuseniks, compiled by the CASJ and other organizations for monitoring the individual cases of and coordinating the material and legal aid effort for the Refuseniks and prisoners of conscience. The Refuseniks biographies and card files contain information such as occupation, marital status, date of application for emigration from the USSR and date of refusal, reason for refusal, address in the USSR, special needs and requests, comments, and notes. The individual folders of the Refuseniks typically contain news releases, flyers, information letters and correspondence.

Series X contains photographs of many Refuseniks mentioned in this series.

BoxFolderTitleDate
86 1 Refusenik Biographies: A-Al undated, 1982, 1987-1990, 1992-1993
86 2 Refusenik Biographies: Am-Az undated, 1985-1990, 1992-1993
86 3 Refusenik Biographies: B-Belin undated, 1985, 1987-1990, 1992
86 4 Refusenik Biographies: Belkindas-Bi undated, 1984 -1990, 1992-1994, 1997
86 5 Refusenik Biographies: Bi-Bo undated, 1985-1993
86 6 Refusenik Biographies: Br-By undated, 1984, 1986-1992
86 7 Refusenik Biographies: C undated, 1986-1990
86 8 Refusenik Biographies: D undated, 1982, 1984-1990, 1992-1993
86 9 Refusenik Biographies: E undated, 1985-1989
86 10 Refusenik Biographies: F - Fi undated, 1985-1990
86 11 Refusenik Biographies: Fl - Fy undated, 1985-1988, 1990, 1992, 1994 1995, 1998
86 12 Refusenik Biographies: G - Gl undated, 1982, 1984-1993
86 13 Refusenik Biographies: Go - Gots undated, 1980, 1982-1991, 1993
86 14 Refusenik Biographies: Gov - Gu undated, 1982, 1984-1988, 1990, 1992-1993
86 15 Refusenik Biographies: H-J undated, 1984, 1987 - 1988, 1990, 1992, 1995
86 16 Refusenik Biographies: K-Kaz undated, 1984-1988, 1990
86 17 Refusenik Biographies: Ke-Kl undated, 1983, 1986- 1990, 1992-1993
86 18 Refusenik Biographies: Ko-Kuz undated, 1982-1983, 1985-1993
86 19 Refusenik Biographies: La-Lez undated, 1982-1990, 1992
86 20 Refusenik Biographies: Li-Lz undated, 1982-1984, 1987-1988, 1990, 1992-1993, 1995
86 21 Refusenik Biographies: M undated, 1982-1992, 1995
86 22 Refusenik Biographies: N undated, 1982, 1984 1986, 1988-1989, 1992
86 23 Refusenik Biographies: O undated, 1982 - 1993, 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
87 1 Refusenik Biographies: P undated, 1982-1990, 1992-1994
87 2 Refusenik Biographies: R undated, 1982 - 1990, 1992-1994
87 3 Refusenik Biographies: S undated, 1982-1995
87 4 Refusenik Biographies: T undated, 1982 -1985, 1987-1993
87 5 Refusenik Biographies: U-V undated, 1982 -1990, 1993, 1995
87 6 Refusenik Biographies: W 1985, 1987
87 7 Refusenik Biographies: Y 1982, 1984-1985, 1987-1990, 1992-1993
87 8 Refusenik Biographies: Z undated, 1982, 1984-1990, 1992-1993
87 9 Refusenik Biographies: Prisoners of Conscience undated, 1980, 1982-1985, 1987
87 10 Refusenik Biographies: Former Prisoners of Conscience 1980-1985
87 11 Refusenik Biographies: Miscellaneous undated, 1983-1987
87 12 Refusenik Biographies: Lists of Families in the U.S.S.R. undated, 1980, 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
88 1 Refusenik Case Files I: Ab-Ap 1980s-1990s
88 2 Refusenik Case Files I: Ar-Be 1980s-1990s
88 3 Refusenik Case Files I: Bi-Bra 1980s-1990s
88 4 Refusenik Case Files I: Bri-Cher 1980s-1990s
88 5 Refusenik Case Files I: Chl-Dim 1980s-1990s
88 6 Refusenik Case Files I: Diomin, Avram 1980s-1990s
88 7 Refusenik Case Files I: Dis-Dz 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
89 1 Refusenik Case Files I: Ef-Fa 1980s-1990s
89 2 Refusenik Case Files I: Fe-Fu 1980s-1990s
89 3 Refusenik Case Files I: Ga-Gn 1980s-1990s
89 4 Refusenik Case Files I: Goi-Gov 1980s-1990s
89 5 Refusenik Case Files I: Gr-Gur 1980s-1990s
89 6 Refusenik Case Files I: Gus-Kag 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
90 1 Refusenik Case Files I: Kai-Kaz 1980s-1990s
90 2 Refusenik Case Files I: Ker-Kob 1980s-1990s
90 3 Refusenik Case Files I: Koch-Kor 1980s-1990s
90 4 Refusenik Case Files I: Kot-Kuz 1980s-1990s
90 5 Refusenik Case Files I: La-Lif 1980s-1990s
90 6 Refusenik Case Files I: Lih-Lub 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
91 1 Refusenik Case Files I: Lud-Mal 1980s-1990s
91 2 Refusenik Case Files I: Man-Maz 1980s-1990s
91 3 Refusenik Case Files I: Mor-Mon 1980s-1990s
91 4 Refusenik Case Files I: N-O 1980s-1990s
91 5 Refusenik Case Files I: Pa-Pod 1980s-1990s
91 6 Refusenik Case Files I: Pog-Rab 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
92 1 Refusenik Case Files I: Rad-Roz 1980s-1990s
92 2 Refusenik Case Files I: Rt-Seg 1980s-1990s
92 3 Refusenik Case Files I: Sem-Shpe 1980s-1990s
92 4 Refusenik Case Files I: Shph-Smkl 1980s-1990s
92 5 Refusenik Case Files I: So-Suk 1980s-1990s
92 6 Refusenik Case Files I: Sul - Tr 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
93 1 Refusenik Case Files I: Ts-Vil 1980s-1990s
93 2 Refusenik Case Files I: Vin-Ye 1980s-1990s
93 3 Refusenik Case Files I: Yo-Zil 1980s-1990s
93 4 Refusenik Case Files I: Zim-Zus 1980s-1990s
93 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Abk-Abramovitch 1980s-1990s
93 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Abramovsky-Ai 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
94 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Ak-Al 1980s-1990s
94 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Am-Ar 1980s-1990s
94 3 Refusenik Case Files II: As-Av 1980s-1990s
94 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Ax-Az 1980s-1990s
94 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Baa-Beb 1980s-1990s
94 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Begun, Iosif [1 of 5] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
95 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Begun, Iosif [2 of 5] 1980s-1990s
95 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Begun, Iosif [3 of 5] 1980s-1990s
95 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Begun, Iosif [4 of 5] 1980s-1990s
95 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Begun, Iosif [5 of 5] 1980s-1990s
95 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Bei-Beil 1980s-1990s
95 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Beizer, Mikhail-Bern 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
96 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Bernshtein, Iosif 1980s-1990s
96 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Bernshtein, Roman-Berman, Boris 1980s-1990s
96 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Berman, Dmitri 1980s-1990s
96 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Berman, Yevgeniy-Bla 1980s-1990s
96 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Ble-Blu 1980s-1990s
96 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Bly-Bog 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
97 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Boi-Brailovsky, L. 1980s-1990s
97 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Brailovsky, Victor [1 of 3] 1980s-1990s
97 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Brailovsky, Victor [2 of 3] 1980s-1990s
97 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Brailovsky, Victor [3 of 3] 1980s-1990s
97 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Bran-Brodk 1980s-1990s
97 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Brods-Brokh 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
98 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Brom-Buk 1980s-1990s
98 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Bur-Buz 1980s-1990s
98 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Byaly, Leonid 1980s-1990s
98 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Cha-Chere 1980s-1990s
98 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Cherk-Chern 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
99 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Ches-Ci 1980s-1990s
99 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Da-Deg 1980s-1990s
99 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Dek-Dez 1980s-1990s
99 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Dob-Dr 1980s-1990s
99 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Dub-Dum 1980s-1990s
99 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Dur-Edelman 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
100 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Edelshtein, Yuli [1 of 3] 1980s-1990s
100 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Edelshtein, Yuli [2 of 3] 1980s-1990s
100 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Edelshtein, Yuli [3 of 3] 1980s-1990s
100 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Ef-Elbert, V. 1980s-1990s
100 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Elbert, Lev [1 of 3] 1980s-1990s
100 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Elbert, Lev [2 of 3] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
101 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Elbert, Lev [3 of 3] 1980s-1990s
101 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Elbert, M.-Elm 1980s-1990s
101 3 Refusenik Case Files II: En-Ey 1980s-1990s
101 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Fa-Feig 1980s-1990s
101 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Fein-Fin 1980s-1990s
101 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Fis-Fradkin 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
102 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Fradkova, Nadezhda [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
102 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Fradkova, Nadezhda [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
102 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Fran-Frid 1980s-1990s
102 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Frie-Fru 1980s-1990s
102 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Fuc-Fut 1980s-1990s
102 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Fy-Gan 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
103 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Gar-Genin 1980s-1990s
103 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Genis, Anatoly 1980s-1990s
103 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Genk-Gil 1980s-1990s
103 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Gim-Gla 1980s-1990s
103 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Gle-Glu 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
104 1 Refusenik Case Files II: God-Goldberg 1980s-1990s
104 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Goldbert-Goldshtein 1980s-1990s
104 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Goldin-Goldstein 1980s-1990s
104 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Golenko-Gore 1980s-1990s
104 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Gorin-Gorok 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
105 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Gorov-Greb 1980s-1990s
105 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Grec-Grig 1980s-1990s
105 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Grin-Grom 1980s-1990s
105 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Gros-Gruz 1980s-1990s
105 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Gub-Gum 1980s-1990s
105 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Gure-Gury 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
106 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Gus-Ig 1980s-1990s
106 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Il-Iof 1980s-1990s
106 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Ios-Ish 1980s-1990s
106 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Isk-Kal 1980s-1990s
106 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Kam-Kap 1980s-1990s
106 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Kar-Kats, Iosif 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
107 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Katz-Kay 1980s-1990s
107 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Kazachkov, Mikhail 1980s-1990s
107 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Kazak-Kelb 1980s-1990s
107 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Kelm-Kes 1980s-1990s
107 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Khai-Kass 1980s-1990s
107 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Khachaturian, Armen [1 of 3] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
108 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Khachaturian, Armen [2 of 3] 1980s-1990s
108 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Khachaturian, Armen [3 of 3] 1980s-1990s
108 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Khaz-Khmel 1980s-1990s
108 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Kho-Kir 1980s-1990s
108 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Kislik, Vladimir [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
108 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Kislik, Vladimir [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
109 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Kit-Kli 1980s-1990s
109 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Klotz, Boris 1980s-1990s
109 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Kly-Kof 1980s-1990s
109 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Kats, Mark-Katsnelson 1980s-1990s
109 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Kogan 1980s-1990s
109 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Koganova-Kop 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
110 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Kor-Kosh 1980s-1990s
110 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Kost-Kot 1980s-1990s
110 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Kov-Krei 1980s-1990s
110 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Krem-Kru 1980s-1990s
110 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Ksi-Kup 1980s-1990s
110 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Kur-Kus 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
111 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Kuz-Lad 1980s-1990s
111 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Lai-Lat 1980s-1990s
111 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Lan-Leik 1980s-1990s
111 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Lein, Evgeniy [1 of 5] 1980s-1990s
111 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Lein, Evgeniy [2 of 5] 1980s-1990s
111 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Lein, Evgeniy [3 of 5] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
112 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Lein, Evgeniy [4 of 5] 1980s-1990s
112 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Lein, Evgeniy [5 of 5] 1980s-1990s
112 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Leinkin-Lerman 1980s-1990s
112 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Lerner, Alexander 1980s-1990s
112 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Levin, Valery-Levin, Zakhary 1980s-1990s
112 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Levina-Lia 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
113 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Libenson-Lifshitz, Ella 1980s-1990s
113 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Lifshitz, Vladimir [1 of 4] 1980s-1990s
113 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Lifshitz, Vladimir [2 of 4] 1980s-1990s
113 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Lifshitz, Vladimir [3 of 4] 1980s-1990s
113 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Lifshitz, Vladimir [4 of 4] 1980s-1990s
113 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Lifshitz, Yitzhak-Livshits, T. 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
114 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Livshits, V.-Lubo 1980s-1990s
114 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Lubman, Leonid 1980s-1990s
114 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Lud-Magaram 1980s-1990s
114 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Magarik, Alexei [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
114 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Magarik, Alexei [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
114 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Magarik, V.-Mai 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
115 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Mak-Mal 1980s-1990s
115 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Mam-Mari 1980s-1990s
115 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Markh-Markov 1980s-1990s
115 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Martinov-Martinova 1980s-1990s
115 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Maryasin, Alexander 1980s-1990s
115 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Mas-Medvedeva 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
116 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Medvedkov-Mei 1980s-1990s
116 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Mel-Men 1980s-1990s
116 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Mer-Mesc 1980s-1990s
116 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Meshkov, Vladimir [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
116 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Meshkov, Vladimir [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
116 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Mes-Mil 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
117 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Min-Mkrtchan 1980s-1990s
117 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Ml-Mul 1980s-1990s
117 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Mun-Nar 1980s-1990s
117 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Nashpitz, Mark 1980s-1990s
117 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Nav-Nemch 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
118 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Nepomnyashchiy 1980s-1990s
118 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Nesm-Noy 1980s-1990s
118 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Nudel, Ida [1 of 3] 1980s-1990s
118 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Nudel, Ida [2 of 3] 1980s-1990s
118 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Nudel, Ida [3 of 3] 1980s-1990s
118 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Nudel, Mark-Or 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
119 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Os-Ov 1980s-1990s
119 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Oy-Parg 1980s-1990s
119 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Paritsky, Alexander 1980s-1990s
119 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Pap-Per 1980s-1990s
119 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Pet-Pinsk 1980s-1990s
119 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Pis-Pob 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
120 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Pod-Pori 1980s-1990s
120 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Por-Put 1980s-1990s
120 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Pyatetsky, Alexander [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
120 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Pyatetsky, Alexander [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
120 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Rab-Raiz 1980s-1990s
120 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Rak-Ratmanskaya 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
121 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Ratner, Natalia 1980s-1990s
121 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Rau-Reizer 1980s-1990s
121 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Rem-Riv 1980s-1990s
121 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Rod-Roitburd 1980s-1990s
121 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Roitgarts-Rosenstein 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
122 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Rosenthal-Roz 1980s-1990s
122 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Rti-Saf 1980s-1990s
122 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Sakharov, Andrei [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
122 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Sakharov, Andrei [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
122 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Sal-Sat 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
123 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [1 of 11] 1980s-1990s
123 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [2 of 11] 1980s-1990s
123 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [3 of 11] 1980s-1990s
123 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [4 of 11] 1980s-1990s
123 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [5 of 11] 1980s-1990s
123 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [6 of 11] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
124 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [7 of 11] 1980s-1990s
124 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [8 of 11] 1980s-1990s
124 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [9 of 11] 1980s-1990s
124 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [10 of 11] 1980s-1990s
124 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, Anatoly [11 of 11] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
125 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Semenovsky, Yuri [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
125 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Semenovsky, Yuri [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
125 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Sharansky, L.-Sel 1980s-1990s
125 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Semi-Shak 1980s-1990s
125 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Shal-Shapiro, Leonid 1980s-1990s
125 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Shapiro, Lev 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
126 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Shapiro, Michael-Sheid 1980s-1990s
126 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Shein-Shipov 1980s-1990s
126 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Shirman-Shiryaeva 1980s-1990s
126 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Shkolnik-Shpe 1980s-1990s
126 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Shpe-Shtok 1980s-1990s
126 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Shub-Signayevsky 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
127 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Sim-Sla 1980s-1990s
127 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Slepak, Vladimir [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
127 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Slepak, Vladimir [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
127 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Slepov-Soi 1980s-1990s
127 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Sok-Sorin 1980s-1990s
127 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Sorkin 1980s-1990s
127 7 Refusenik Case Files II: Sosn-Stom 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
128 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Stolar, Abe [1 of 5] 1980s-1990s
128 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Stolar, Abe [2 of 5] 1980s-1990s
128 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Stolar, Abe [3 of 5] 1980s-1990s
128 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Stolar, Abe [4 of 5] 1980s-1990s
128 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Stolar, Abe [5 of 5] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
129 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Stonov L. and N. [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
129 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Stonov L. and N. [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
129 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Stre-Sul 1980s-1990s
129 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Sun-Tarna 1980s-1990s
129 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Tarnopolsky, Yuri [1 of 4] 1980s-1990s
129 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Tarnopolsky, Yuri [2 of 4] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
130 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Tarnopolsky, Yuri [3 of 4] 1980s-1990s
130 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Tarnopolsky, Yuri [4 of 4] 1980s-1990s
130 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Tarsh-Tok 1980s-1990s
130 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Tom-Tsim 1980s-1990s
130 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Tsipelson-Tsipis 1980s-1990s
130 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Tufeld, Vladimir and Isolde [1 of 3] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
131 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Tufeld, Vladimir and Isolde [2 of 3] 1980s-1990s
131 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Tufeld, Vladimir and Isolde [3 of 3] 1980s-1990s
131 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Tul-Tz 1980s-1990s
131 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Uch-Usin 1980s-1990s
131 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Uspensky, Igor [1 of 2] 1980s-1990s
131 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Uspensky, Igor [2 of 2] 1980s-1990s
131 7 Refusenik Case Files II: Uso-Vainer 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
132 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Vainerman-Varvak 1980s-1990s
132 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Vaschenko-Vatis 1980s-1990s
132 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Vay-Veykhman 1980s-1990s
132 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Vigdarov-Voloshin 1980s-1990s
132 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Volp-Vor 1980s-1990s
132 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Vov-Yav 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
133 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Yef-Yam 1980s-1990s
133 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Yankelevsky-Yes 1980s-1990s
133 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Yos-Yus 1980s-1990s
133 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Zac-Zar 1980s-1990s
133 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Zas-Zelichonok, Alik 1980s-1990s
133 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Zelichonok, Roald [1 of 4] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
134 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Zelichonok, Roald [2 of 4] 1980s-1990s
134 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Zelichonok, Roald [3 of 4] 1980s-1990s
134 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Zelichonok, Roald [4 of 4] 1980s-1990s
134 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Zelichonok, Valery-Zim 1980s-1990s
134 5 Refusenik Case Files II: Zis-Zonis 1980s-1990s
134 6 Refusenik Case Files II: Zunshine, Zachar [1 of 4] 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
135 1 Refusenik Case Files II: Zunshine, Zachar [2 of 4] 1980s-1990s
135 2 Refusenik Case Files II: Zunshine, Zachar [3 of 4] 1980s-1990s
135 3 Refusenik Case Files II: Zunshine, Zachar [4 of 4] 1980s-1990s
135 4 Refusenik Case Files II: Zup-Zve 1980s-1990s
BoxFolderTitleDate
136 1 Lists of Refuseniks 1987-1992
136 2 Lists of Refuseniks 1988-1990
136 3 Lists of Refuseniks 1988-1990
136 4 Lists of Refuseniks 1991-1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
137 1 Lists of Refuseniks 1992-1994
137 2 Lists of Refuseniks 1995
137 3 Lists of Refuseniks: Cases Closed 1978-1980
137 4 Lists of Refuseniks: Caucasus Network 1988-1992
137 5 Lists of Refuseniks: Human Rights Caucus List 1985
137 6 Lists of Refuseniks: Israeli Lists by Cities 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
138 1 Lists of Refuseniks: Israeli Lists by Cities 1987
138 2 Lists of Refuseniks: Israeli Lists by Cities 1987
138 3 Lists of Refuseniks: Kishinev 1987
138 4 Lists of Refuseniks: Leningrad 1986
138 5 Lists of Refuseniks: Leningrad 1987-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
139 1 Lists of Refuseniks: Miscellaneous 1990-1993
139 2 Lists of Refuseniks: Moscow 1987
139 3 Lists of Refuseniks: Poor Relatives 1988-1991
139 4 Lists of Refuseniks: Ten Plus Years 1985-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
140 1 Lists of Refuseniks: UCSJ 1993-1994
140 2 Lists of Refuseniks: UCSJ 1994
140 4 Lists of Refuseniks: UCSJ Bureau 1991
140 5 Lists of Refuseniks: UCSJ Bureau 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
141 1 Refuseniks Computer Database Printout 1988
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142 1 Card Files: Adopt-A-Family, Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning undated
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143 1 Card Files: Emigration, A-E undated
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144 1 Card Files: Emigration, F-Ke undated
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145 1 Card Files: Emigration, Kh-Me undated
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146 1 Card Files: Emigration, Mi-Ship undated
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147 1 Card Files: Emigration, Shiz-Z undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
148 1 Card Files: Refuseniks in Baku, Chernovtsy, Kharkov, Kishinev, Minsk, Odessa, Riga, Vilnius Tashkent, Tbilisi undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
149 1 Card Files: Refuseniks in Leningrad undated
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150 1 Card Files: Refuseniks in Moscow undated
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151 1 Card Files: Refuseniks in Small Cities undated
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152 1 Card Files: Refuseniks: Permissions and Visits from USA undated
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Series IV: Trip Reports, undated, 1980, 1982-2002

Boxes 153-163.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

The series contains reports on trips to the USSR and information related to those trips, by individual travelers and groups who visited the USSR on tourist visas with the purpose of establishing direct contact with the Refuseniks. CASJ instructed such travelers on the most effective ways of extending moral and material support to the Refuseniks during their trip, while avoiding the dangerous attention of the Soviet authorities. CASJ gathered the information obtained during the trips to improve their efforts to help the Refuseniks and for the sake of future travelers. The series also contain several reports of trips to the FSU to establish contact with the local Jewish communities.

BoxFolderTitleDate
153 1 Abrams, Arthur J., Rabbi 1989
153 2 Abrams, Mel and Marsha 1987
153 3 Anisfeld, Mike 1989
153 4 Applebaum, Mike 1987
153 5 Arzt, Donna 1987
153 6 Ashkanazy, Zev and Morris Ray 1987
153 7 Balter, Dr. and Nancy 1987
153 8 Barnett, Harvey J. 1983, 2002
153 9 Barnett, Lisa 1988
153 10 Baron, Enid and Lewis undated
153 11 Berger, Robert M. undated
153 12 Berkin, Bernie and Alice 1988
153 13 Berkman, Eli and Mia 1988
153 14 Berson, Naiomi and Larry 1988
153 15 Bielenberg, John and Anne undated
153 16 Borowitz, Bobby 1988
153 17 Braun, Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. 1985
153 18 Breiner, Sander, Dr. and Mrs. 1989
153 19 Breslow, Jeff and Marlene 1983
153 20 Clemmer, John and Dorothy 1989
153 21 Cohen, Huddy 1988
153 22 Cohen, Larry 1983
153 23 Cohen, Ray 1987
153 24 Comerford, Mike undated
153 25 Corwin, Betty and Sherman undated
153 26 Corwin, Reaha 1988
153 27 Cutler, I., Dr. and Mrs. 1993
153 28 David, Jo, Rabbi 1994
153 29 Diamond Family 1987
153 30 Doblin, Arline and Mort, Dr. 1988
153 31 Dolinko, Rubin, and Westheimer 1988
153 32 Domash, Marshall and Rivia 1985
153 33 Dorevich, Sam 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
154 1 Edidin, Gary and Jenny 1989
154 2 Edidin, Lawrence, Berkman 1989
154 3 Edidin, G. (CASJ and SSSJ Delegation to Ukraine) 1998
154 4 Eisenberg, Marilyn and Jack undated
154 5 Elden, Sylvia and Harold undated
154 6 Elekman, Estelle 1990
154 7 Elkins, Dick and Sandy 1988
154 8 Epstein, Leon 1990
154 9 Espinoza, Andy 1986
154 10 Evans, Lane, Congressman (Submitted by Adam Sachs) 1988
154 11 Fajerstein, Gita 1990
154 12 Feinstein, Steve 1987-1988
154 13 Feinstein, Steve 1989
154 14 Feldstein, Jonathan 1987
154 15 Fellows, Marilyn and Rooze, Francis 1989
154 16 Felson, Evelyn 1988
154 17 Finder, Gary 1988
154 18 Finder, Gary 1989
154 19 Fisch, Shalamit and Uri undated
154 20 Fishman, Morris, Rabbi 1988
154 21 Flom, Beryl, Ed and David 1986
154 22 Freed, Jean and Michael 1988
154 23 Freed, Stuart and Bobby 1989
154 24 Friedan, Daniel undated
154 25 Friedman, Miriam 1988
154 26 Froncek, Ellen 1989
154 27 Gastman, Marvin, M.D. 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
155 1 Gerson, Gary 1985
155 2 Gerson, Gary, Rabbi and Geller, Kenneth, Dr. 1987
155 3 Gideon, Vern 1988
155 4 Gilman, Sandra and Sam 1988
155 5 Gliner, Barbara undated
155 6 Goff, Lisa 1989
155 7 Golden 1988
155 8 Goldberg, Michelle undated
155 9 Goldberg, Susan and Seligman and Kennard, Eva 1988
155 10 Goldenberg and Greenfield undated
155 11 Goldman 1985
155 12 Goldman, Jane undated
155 13 Goldman, Kathy and Gary 1989
155 14 Goldsmith, Don and Alice 1989
155 15 Goldsmith, Eileen 1988
155 16 Goldstein, Niles 1993
155 17 Goodman, Heidi and Berman, Jane 1989
155 18 Goodman, Lill and Larry 1989
155 19 Goodman, Rabbi and Mrs. 1987
155 20 Gorman, Robert J. 1987
155 21 Gould, Barbara and Arthur undated
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156 1 Graber, Alan, Dr. 1987
156 2 Grafman, Allan 1984
156 3 Greenberg, Naomi 1997
156 4 Greene, Lisa S. 1994
156 5 Greenwald, Edward, Dr. 1994
156 6 Grin, Marianne undated
156 7 Grunfeld, Marc 1988
156 8 Gunzberg, Corey 1990
156 9 Handelman, Luby and Morris 1989
156 10 Hankin, Mr. and Mrs. 1989
156 11 Heller, Diane and Robert 1990
156 12 Herman, Gretchen 1988
156 13 Hirschfield, Seymour 1988
156 14 Hoffer, Fran 1989
156 15 Hoffman, Aaron E. 1986
156 16 Howard, Evelyn (Law Trip) 1988
156 17 Kalvort, Sherie and Husband 1988
156 18 Kanter, Alan and Family 1989
156 19 Kaufman and Wolin 1987
156 20 Kaye, Shirley and Al 1990
156 21 Levine, Rhoda and William 1994
156 22 Lincoln, Rabbi and Rosenwasser, Jerry undated
156 23 Morgan, Steve and Harris, Heather 1986-1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
157 1 Morris and Heckman 1987
157 2 Morton, Sharon 1985
157 3 Motew, Marty and Winnick, Al 1986
157 4 Muchin, Karen undated
157 5 Nussbaum, Andy undated
157 6 Oler, Shapiro and Goodman 1987
157 7 Orloff, Rochelle 1988
157 8 Ostrovsky, Raphael, Rabbi 1990
157 9 Panich, Herbert G., Rabbi 1987
157 10 Pascal, Paul undated
157 11 Patack, Melissa 1988
157 12 Patkin and Zysman 1992
157 13 Patkin, Judy 1996
157 14 Peshkin, Francis and Murray 1994
157 15 Pickus, Jane and Nate 1987
157 16 Pinsky, Stephen, Rabbi and Brahms, Jan B., Rabbi 1989
157 17 Pockross Family 1989
157 18 Pollard, Jerry 1989
157 19 Ratner, Byaly 1987
157 20 Redleaf, Rhoda and Paul 1989
157 21 Reinglass, Beverly and Howard undated
157 22 Remson, Michael, Rabbi 2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
158 1 Resnick 1984
158 2 Reuben, Ralph 1989
158 3 Reubin, Ari 1988
158 4 Richardson and Landman undated
158 5 Ringer, Jack 1989
158 6 Rosenston, Karey undated
158 7 Rothnagel, Claire and Linda 1989
158 8 Rubinstein and Rozan 1987
158 9 Sandberg, Adele and Joel 1994
158 10 Sanders, Jacquelyn 1996
158 11 Sasso, Dennis and Eisenberg, Sandy 1988
158 12 Schechter, John S. and Lippitz, Riki 1989
158 13 Schechter, Julia undated
158 14 Seder 1987
158 15 Segal, Peter 1987
158 16 Segil, Arthur and Burstein, Jim 1988
158 17 Semer, Barry 1995
158 18 Shafritz, Robert, Rabbi 1989
158 19 Shapiro, Alexander M., Rabbi 1987
158 20 Shapiro, Eileen undated
158 21 Shapiro, Judy and Wally 1988
158 22 Sharfman, Rae 1988
158 23 Sherizen, Howard and Bruce, Dr. (Dental Trip) 1987
158 24 Shindelman, Ellen 1999
158 25 Shlossberg, Julie and Bob 1990
158 26 Shmookler, Barry, Dr. 1994
158 27 Shulman, Avi, Rabbi and Karp, Henry, Rabbi 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
159 1 Author Unidentified undated
159 2 Author Unidentified undated
159 3 Congressional Trips 1985
159 4 Federation Trip 1987
159 5 Federation Trip 1989
159 6 Siegel, Debbie, Allen and Renee 1988
159 7 Siegel, Myrna and Shael 1995
159 8 Siegel, Peter and Ellie 1986
159 9 Sigman, Charlotte and Bob 1983
159 10 Silvey, Kathy 1990
159 11 Simon, Phyllis 1993
159 12 Skydell, Eleanor and Family 1987
159 13 Slotsky, Lisa 1990
159 14 Snower, Perry and Wanda 1987
159 15 Stephen, Leslie and Gallen 1989
159 16 Stern 1990
159 17 Various Reports 1994-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
160 1 CASJ Delegation to Ukraine 1998
160 2 Siegel, Myrna and Shael 1995
160 3 Singer, Vivian 1995
160 4 UCSJ Leadership Trip Report 1996-1997
160 5 Action for Post-Soviet Jewry 1993
160 6 Action for Post-Soviet Jewry 2000-2001
160 7 Anisfeld, Michael 1987
160 8 Barnett Havey and Jackie undated, 1980, 1983-1984
160 9 Blustain, Rachel 1996-1997
160 10 Bob and Wineberg undated
160 11 Buegeleisen, David M. 1994
160 12 Cohen, Doris and Donald 1984
160 13 Cohen, Nancy 1986
160 14 Cohn, Rita 1988
160 15 Deleuwe, Al undated
160 16 Dobrusin, Charles and Deborah 1988
160 17 Dworin, Aaron and Fraint, Samuel, Rabbi 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
161 1 Epstein, Daniel 1991
161 2 Flaherty, Averick 1985
161 3 Gidwitz, Betsy 1996
161 4 Goffen, Taylor 1986
161 5 Goldstein, Niles, Rabbi 1995-1996
161 6 Gurvey, Gary and Susan 1984
161 7 Hazen, Lynn 1995-1996
161 8 Information for Tourists undated, 1988
161 9 Jordan, Paul, Dr. and Mrs. 1985
161 10 Judge 1983
161 11 Katz, Ellen 1999
161 12 Kaye, Amy 1988
161 13 Kaye, Bergman 1983
161 14 Kessler, Daniel and Emmerich, Adam 1986
161 15 Kessler, Daniel 1987
161 16 Kirsh, Mildred 1990
161 17 Klein, Barbara and Bourgeose, Adam 1989
161 18 Klenk, Tim, Jo and Lyn 1984
161 19 Kramer, Bernard and Weinberg, Jill 1987
161 20 Krivitzky, Sharon 1990
161 21 Lande, Paul 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
162 1 Laney, Sharon 1988
162 2 Lanski, Ann and Gradman, Ellen 1988
162 3 Lawrence, Lee 1989
162 4 Lebeau, Rabbi 1982
162 5 Lerner, Lawrence I. and Dresner, Israel, Rabbi 1988
162 6 Lesser, James A. 1986
162 7 Levin, Mark H., Rabbi 1985
162 8 Levin, Michall 1983-1984
162 9 Levine, Ariel 1995
162 10 Levine, Sylvia and Allen 1987
162 11 Liberson, William, I. 1986
162 12 Librach, Clifford E., Rabbi 1989
162 13 Liken, Jo and Beth 1986
162 14 Lipkin, Malka and Harry 1988
162 15 Lippitz, Riki 1989
162 16 Lipson, Herb and Florence 1988
162 17 Litwack, Wendy; Abella, Irving; Erb, John; Fulford, Robert; Oostrom, John 1988
162 18 Lynn, Sylvia and Norman 1987
162 19 Meridel, Jay and Rawlings, Chris 1983-1984
162 20 Mesirow, Debbie, Sheryl, Steven and Richard 1988
162 21 Milder, Ally undated
162 22 Moline, Rich 1989
162 23 Moline, Rich, USY 1990
162 24 Peltzman, Nancy and Sam 1984
162 25 Philadelphia USY Trip undated
162 26 Piper, Israel 1984
162 27 Platt, Reinin 1987
162 28 Reddaway, Peter 1988
162 29 Resnick, Reuven 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
163 1 Rizowy, Carlos and Feuer, David 1986
163 2 Sarner, Saslow 1983
163 3 Soffer, Alfred and Yoskowitz, Herbert, Rabbi 1987
163 4 Sollman and Kostens 1988
163 5 Spector, Rabbi undated
163 6 Spielman, Carol and Carl 1988
163 7 Spinner, Sandy 1989
163 8 Spiro, Al, Dr. and Mrs. and Stollman, Paula 1987
163 9 Steele undated
163 10 Steiner, Leonard E., M.D. 1985
163 11 Steiner, Phyllis and Bob 1988
163 12 Stonov, Leonid 1993, 1996
163 13 Sultan, E. 1987
163 14 Swartz, Bernice undated
163 15 Tabachnik, Rabbi undated
163 16 Tallman, Marillyn and Opper, Linda 1988
163 17 UCSJ Small Town Trip Reports 1989
163 18 Wein, Gary 1992
163 19 Weinberg, Rita and Kirson 1988
163 20 Weinstein and Doyle undated
163 21 Weinstein, David and Dyole, Pat 1984
163 22 Weinstein, David, Dr. and Whitman, Todd 1983-1984
163 23 Weinzweig, Lila and Lizzy undated
163 24 Weisberg, Joe 1988
163 25 Weiskopp, Barbara undated
163 26 Weiss, Rabbi and Meyers, Les 1985
163 27 Weiss-Levin undated
163 28 Widman undated
163 29 Wizner, Ben 1989
163 30 Yudenfreund, Sheila 1988
163 31 Zeplowitz, Rabbi and Hockstadter, Bruce 1987
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Series V: Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, undated, 1961, 1964, 1967, 1972, 1974-1975, 1977-1996

Boxes 164-180.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

The series reflects the activities of the Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center (SJLAC), an affiliate of UCSJ that was created in 1977 by a number of lawyers in Boston, MA. Conceived as a national organization, it later became the legal arm of UCSJ, assisting with UCSJ as well as independent projects. SJLAC analyzed questions relating to legal aspects of the Soviet regime, prepared briefings and policy analyses memoranda for the use of the Soviet Jewry Movement as well as administration and Congress. It submitted briefs on behalf of prisoners of conscience, presented petitions before international forums, and matched American lawyers with Soviet Refuseniks seeking legal counsel. With SJLAC's help, the members of the Soviet Jewry movement, as well as the members of the U.S. government and Congress, had an opportunity to grasp the essence of the Soviet government's treatment of its subjects. SJLAC worked towards urging open emigration from the USSR as well as cautioning the Soviets against repression and persecution of Refuseniks.

The series contains information on the development of SJLAC, correspondence, legal briefs, background on Soviet laws pertaining to the Jews and other legal resources, information on American lawyers available to help the SJM, Refuseniks legal case files etc.

BoxFolderTitleDate
164 1 Advocacy Projects undated, 1985, 1987-1988, 1991
164 2 Agreement for Legal Services undated
164 3 Aish Ha Torah 1994-1996
164 4 Ambassador Richard Schifter Project 1988
164 5 American Bar Association and Association of Soviet Lawyers Cooperation - General 1987-1988
164 6 American Bar Association and Association of Soviet Lawyers Cooperation - Huntwork, Patience T. Documents undated, 1985-1987
164 7 American Bar Association and Association of Soviet Lawyers Cooperation - Information for Students 1987
164 8 American Bar Association and Association of Soviet Lawyers Cooperation - News Articles 1985-1987
164 9 American Bar Association and Association of Soviet Lawyers Cooperation - Opposition, Miscellaneous undated, 1985-1987
164 10 American Bar Association and Association of Soviet Lawyers Cooperation - Pro-ABA, Information on ASL undated, 1983, 1985-1987
164 11 American Bar Association and Association of Soviet Lawyers Cooperation - SJLAC and Alan Dershowitz Documents 1985-1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
165 1 American Bar Association and Association of Soviet Lawyers Cooperation - UCSJ Opposition 1985-1987
165 2 American Bar Association Documents undated, 1984-1987
165 3 Annual Meeting of the UCSJ September 12-13, 1987
165 4 Arzt, Donna - Deliveries undated, 1987
165 5 Attorney Prospects undated, 1987-1988
165 6 Board Lists undated, 1987
165 7 Board Meetings 1987-1988
165 8 Bookkeeping 1987-1988
165 9 Brief for Alexei Magarik 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
166 1 Budget undated, 1987-1989
166 2 Center Description and Purpose undated, 1985-1988
166 3 Chemical Warfare Tie 1984, 1986
166 4 Civil Code R.S.F.S.R. undated, 1987
166 5 Correspondence 1987
166 6 Correspondence 1987
166 7 Correspondence 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
167 1 Correspondence undated, 1987-1988
167 2 Correspondence 1988
167 3 Correspondence 1988
167 4 Correspondence 1988
167 5 Correspondence with Lawyers undated, 1987-1988
167 6 Demonstration in the U.S.S.R. 1987-1989
167 7 Development Plan undated, 1988
167 8 Developmet undated, 1986-1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
168 1 Documentary Material - Ray Errol Fox undated, 1990-1991
168 2 Emigration 1987-1988
168 3 European Council of Jewish Communities (ECJC) 1995-1996
168 4 Excerpts from Human Rights Agreements undated
168 5 Executive Committee undated
168 6 Family Obligations Law [1 of 2] 1987
168 7 Family Obligations Law [2 of 2] undated, 1986-1988
168 8 Financial Statement undated, 1987-1988
168 9 Finder, Gary N., J. D. - General undated, 1985, 1989
168 10 Finder, Gary N., J. D. - Lubman, Kazachkov undated, 1979, 1988-1989
168 11 Finder, Gary N., J. D. - Moscow Conference May-89
168 12 Finder, Gary N., J. D. - Refugee Status for Jews Emigrating from the Soviet Union 1989
168 13 Finder, Gary N., J. D. - Uspensky 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
169 1 Foundation Grants - Arie and Ida Crown Memorial 1988
169 2 Foundation Grants - Donors Forum Library undated, 1986-1987
169 3 Foundation Grants - Fellner Foundation 1987-1988
169 4 Foundation Grants - General undated, 1984, 1986-1988
169 5 Foundation Grants - Goldenberg Foundation 1988
169 6 Foundation Grants - J. Roderick McArthur Foundation 1986-1988
169 7 Foundation Grants - United States Institute for Peace undated, 1987
169 8 Fundraising - Assignments to Board undated, 1988
169 9 Fundraising - Board, Membership, Donors Lists undated, 1987-1988
169 10 Fundraising - Mailings undated, 1986-1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
170 1 Fundraising - Resources undated, 1988
170 2 Fundraising - Responses of the Board undated, 1985-1988
170 3 Fundraising - Simmons, Frederick undated, 1987
170 4 Fundraising - Working File undated, 1987-1988
170 5 Glasnost Information Bulletin, Issues 1-12 1987-1988
170 6 Golomb, Deborah G. - Key Working Documents undated, 1987
170 7 Helsinki Security Documents undated, 1987
170 8 Human Rights Program undated, 1987
170 9 Ideas undated, 1987
170 10 Incorporation Articles, Bylaws and Minutes 1987
170 11 International Bar Association - Association of Soviet Lawyers Conference: Yoram Dinstein 1988
170 12 International Human Rights - Agreements undated, 1972, 1974, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1987
170 13 International Human Rights - Articles undated, 1977-1980, 1984-1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
171 1 International Labour Office Petition 1983
171 2 International Labour Office - Briefs from SJLAC [1 of 2] undated, 1984-1985
171 3 International Labour Office - Briefs from SJLAC [2 of 2] undated, 1985-1986
171 4 International Labour Office - Conventions, Reports, Notes [1 of 2] 1961, 1964, 1967, 1978, 1984
171 5 International Labour Office - Conventions, Reports, Notes [2 of 2] undated, 1961, 1967, 1972, 1982-1985
171 6 International Labour Office - Notes and Background Information undated, 1961, 1967, 1972, 1984
171 7 International Labour Office - Official Bulletin 1979, 1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
172 1 International Labour Office - Soviet Response 1988
172 2 International Law and Cultural Rights undated, 1981-1982, 1985
172 3 International Law - Freedom of Movement undated
172 4 International Treaties and the U.S.S.R. 1978, 1985
172 5 Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago undated, 1988-1989
172 6 Jewish Population of U.S.S.R. 1989, 1992-1996
172 7 JWESR (Jewish Women for Emigration and Survival in Refusal) and ORT 1988-1990
172 8 Kogan, Itzhak, Rabbi 1996
172 9 Law Students - Internships 1987-1989
172 10 Law Students - Letters, Resumes, Guides 1987-1989
172 11 Law Students - Lists, Research Topics, Advocacy Packet undated, 1984-1989
172 12 Law Students - National 1987-1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
173 1 Laws and Declarations Texts 1975, 1977, 1988
173 2 Lawyers Committee - Advisory Board undated, 1987
173 3 Lawyers Committee - General undated, 1984, 1987-1988
173 4 Lawyers for Refuseniks Master Lists undated, 1987-1988
173 5 Lawyers for Refuseniks Project undated, 1987-1988
173 6 Legal Briefs - Brailovsky, Victor 1983
173 7 Legal Briefs - Kislik, Vladimir 1980
173 8 Legal Briefs - Lifshitz, Vladimir undated
173 9 Legal Briefs - Nudel, Ida undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
174 1 Legal Briefs - Paritsky, Isaac undated
174 2 Legal Briefs - Yakir, Alexander 1980, 1984
174 3 Legal Briefs - Zunshine, Zakhar 1985
174 4 Legal Project Ideas undated, 1985, 1988
174 5 Leningrad Secrecy Refusals undated, 1986-1988
174 6 Lerner, Lawrence I. 1986-1987
174 7 Library Resources undated, 1987
174 8 Lifshitz, Vladimir, Postal Confiscations undated, 1983, 1985-1986
174 9 Lifshitz, Vladimir, Trial of undated, 1986
174 10 Luryi, Yuri, Professor 1987
174 11 Mailings to Members 1980-1984
174 12 Manual on Representing Refuseniks undated, 1987-1988
174 13 Memos 1980, 1982, 1984-1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
175 1 Miscellaneous Cases and Clients Lists [1 of 3] undated, 1987-1989
175 2 Miscellaneous Cases and Clients Lists [2 of 3] undated, 1988
175 3 Miscellaneous Cases and Clients Lists [3 of 3] undated, 1988
175 4 National Lawyers Network - Cotler List, List of Involved Attorneys undated, 1987-1988
175 5 News clippings 1987-1989
175 6 Notes Letters and Agreements undated, 1985-1986, 1988
175 7 Permission Received undated, 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
176 1 Politova, Nadezhda [1 of 2] 1992
176 2 Politova, Nadezhda [2 of 2] 1992
176 3 Poor Relatives - Bios and Master Lists undated, 1985-1988
176 4 Poor Relatives - Legal Actions undated, 1988
176 5 Poor Relatives - Personal Statements, Clippings undated, 1987-1988
176 6 Poor Relatives - The Soviet Union's Familial Authorization Requirement as an Illegal Impediment to the Right to Emigrate 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
177 1 Portfolio [1 of 3] undated, 1980, 1983-1985, 1987
177 2 Portfolio [2 of 3] 1987
177 3 Portfolio [3 of 3] 1987
177 4 Prisoners undated, 1989
177 5 Projects and Goals, Lists of Attorneys and Clients undated, 1989
177 6 Publicity undated, 1981-1982, 1984-1989
177 7 Recruitment 1988
177 8 Refugee Status for Jews Emigrationg from the Soviet Union 1989
177 9 Refusals, Permission, Emigration Lists from UCSJ undated, 1988
177 10 Refusenik Biografies A-Z undated
177 11 Refusenik Case Files: A-F undated, 1987-1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
178 1 Refusenik Case Files: G-N undated, 1987-1988
178 2 Refusenik Case Files: P-Z undated, 1987-1988
178 3 Rizowy, Carlos G. 1987
178 4 Scientists - American Mathematical Society 1987-1989
178 5 Scientists - Berk, Herbert 1989
178 6 Scientists - Cherniak, Yuri 1989
178 7 Scientists - Committee on the International Freedom of Scientists (CIFS) and Committee of Concerned Scientists 1988-1991
178 8 Scientists - Coppi, Bruno 1989
178 9 Scientists - Feldman, Bernard J. and Fulco, Jose R. 1983, 1988-1990
178 10 Scientists - Small of the American Physical Society undated, 1986, 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
179 1 Security Refusal undated, 1987
179 2 Shipping, Telephone and E-mail to U.S.S.R. and F.S.U. 1987, 1994
179 3 SJLAC Brochure undated
179 4 Soviet Emigration Law 1987-1988
179 5 Soviet Law - General 1977, 1980, 1986
179 6 Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners 1977
179 7 Statements and Pleas of the Refuseniks 1987
179 8 Syrian Jews 1995
179 9 Torture and Medical Profession 1991-1992
179 10 UCSJ Grant Proposal 1986-1988
179 11 UCSJ Network Mailing Lists 1993
179 12 UCSJ - Miscellaneous Correspondence undated, 1982-1984, 1991, 1995-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
180 1 UNESCO and ECOSOC undated, 1981, 1983-1984, 1986-1987
180 2 Utevsky, Lev 1989
180 3 Varvak, Leonid undated, 1987-1988
180 4 Volunteer Lawyers' Packet 1985, 1987
180 5 Women Refuseniks Seeking Lawyers undated, 1986-1987
180 6 Youssin, Boris undated, 1987
180 7 Zelichonok, Roald 1985-1987
180 8 Miscellaneous Refusenik Lists undated
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Series VI: Project Yad L'Yad, undated, 1975-1983, 1987-2010

Boxes 181-241.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

The series contain materials pertaining to the major grassroots support mechanism employed by CAJFSU that linked synagogues in the Chicago area with the communities in the FSU, invlolving hundreds of community leaders and activists on both sides of the partnership. The main goal of Yad L’Yad was to provide indigenous Jewish communities with financial and technical support to create their own communal advocacy and defense infrastructure.

BoxFolderTitleDate
181 1 Advisory Committee Meeting 1997
181 2 Advisory Council 1994-1999
181 3 Advisory Council Meetings 1997-2001
181 4 Advisory Council: Meetings 1997-1998, 2003-2006
181 5 Annual Union Meeting 1998
181 6 Antisemitism in Sverdlovsk Region by Mikhail Oshtakh 2005
181 7 Association of Small Jewish Communities 1999, 2005-2006, 2008
181 8 Available Towns 1991-1992
181 9 Background Information 1997, 2007-2009
181 10 Belarus Holocaust Survivors 1994-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
182 1 Belarus: Compensation to Holocaust Survivors 1997-1998
182 2 Board Meeting Notes - Marilyn Tallman 1998
182 3 Bookkeeping Journals 1975-1983
182 4 Budget Proposals 1994
182 5 Budget Proposals 1995-1996
182 6 Budget Proposals: Levinson Foundation 1995
182 7 Chamah Information - Jewish Books in Russian 2006
182 8 City Match-Ups 1992-1996
182 9 Commonwealth of Independent States 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
183 1 Communities in the FSU: Almaty 1992, 1994-2000
183 2 Communities in the FSU: Almaty 2001-2003
183 3 Communities in the FSU: Almaty 2004-2006
183 4 Communities in the FSU: Almaty 2006-2007
183 5 Communities in the FSU: Ashkhabad 2007-2009
183 6 Communities in the FSU: Baku 1995-1998
183 7 Communities in the FSU: Baranovichi 1998-2000, 2003, 2007-2009
BoxFolderTitleDate
184 1 Communities in the FSU: Barnaul 1994-2000
184 2 Communities in the FSU: Bendery 1995, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2005-2007
184 3 Communities in the FSU: Bendery 2008-2010
184 4 Communities in the FSU: Berdichev 1995-2010
184 5 Communities in the FSU: Bobruysk 1994, 2001, 2005-2009
184 6 Communities in the FSU: Boguslav 1994, 2007-2009
184 8 Communities in the FSU: Borovichi 1996-1997, 2010
184 7 Communities in the FSU: Boyarka 2006, 2008
184 9 Communities in the FSU: Brest 1998-2009
BoxFolderTitleDate
185 1 Communities in the FSU: Brovary 2007-2010
185 2 Communities in the FSU: Bryansk 1994, 1996-1999, 2002-2005, 2008, 2009
185 3 Communities in the FSU: Cheboksary 2001-2008
185 4 Communities in the FSU: Chelyabinsk 1992, 1994-1995,1998-2000, 2003-2005
185 5 Communities in the FSU: Cherkassy 1994, 2008
185 6 Communities in the FSU: Chernigov 1995-2004
185 7 Communities in the FSU: Chernigov 2005-2009
185 8 Communities in the FSU: Chernovtsy 1991, 1995-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
186 1 Communities in the FSU: Chernovtsy 2000-2002
186 2 Communities in the FSU: Chernovtsy 2003-2008
186 3 Communities in the FSU: Daugavpils 1993, 1995, 1999-2004
186 4 Communities in the FSU: Daugavpils 2005-2009
186 5 Communities in the FSU: Donetsk 1993, 1995-2009
186 6 Communities in the FSU: Gomel 1994, 1996, 1999-2006
BoxFolderTitleDate
187 1 Communities in the FSU: Gomel 2007-2009
187 2 Communities in the FSU: Jekabpils 1997-2002
187 3 Communities in the FSU: Jekabpils 2003-2010
187 4 Communities in the FSU: Jurmala 1998-1999, 2005
187 5 Communities in the FSU: Kanev 2006-2010
187 6 Communities in the FSU: Karaganda 1995
187 7 Communities in the FSU: Kazan 1994-2001
187 8 Communities in the FSU: Kerch 2002-2004
187 9 Communities in the FSU: Khmelnitskiy 1994-1995, 1999-2000
187 10 Communities in the FSU: Khmelnitskiy 2001-2010
187 11 Communities in the FSU: Kiev 1990, 1993-1996, 1999, 2001, 2006-2009
BoxFolderTitleDate
188 1 Communities in the FSU: Kineshma 2002-2003
188 2 Communities in the FSU: Kineshma 2004
188 3 Communities in the FSU: Kineshma 2004
188 4 Communities in the FSU: Kineshma 2005-2009
188 5 Communities in the FSU: Kirovograd undated, 1996, 2009
188 6 Communities in the FSU: Klintzy 2001-2010
188 7 Communities in the FSU: Konotop 1997-2009
BoxFolderTitleDate
189 1 Communities in the FSU: Korsun-Shevchenkovskiy 1998, 2003, 2005-2007
189 2 Communities in the FSU: Korsun-Shevchenkovskiy 2006-2010
189 3 Communities in the FSU: Kostroma 1994-1997, 2000-2005, 2009
189 4 Communities in the FSU: Krasnodar 1999-2007, 2010
BoxFolderTitleDate
190 1 Communities in the FSU: Kremenchug 1994-2005
190 2 Communities in the FSU: Lida 1999, 2001, 2007-2009
190 4 Communities in the FSU: Lubertsy 2001-2010
190 3 Communities in the FSU: Lvov 1995-2001
190 5 Communities in the FSU: Lvov 2002-2004
190 6 Communities in the FSU: Lvov 2004-2010
190 7 Communities in the FSU: Makhachkala 2002-2008
BoxFolderTitleDate
191 1 Communities in the FSU: Makhachkala 1999-2001
191 2 Communities in the FSU: Mariupol 1993-1994, 1998-1999, 2005-2006
191 3 Communities in the FSU: Minsk 1995-2000
191 4 Communities in the FSU: Minsk: "Talking Hands" Jewish Society of Deaf People 1998-2009
191 5 Communities in the FSU: Minsk: Treister, Mikhail 1998-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
192 1 Communities in the FSU: Minsk: Treister, Mikhail 1999-2000
192 2 Communities in the FSU: Minsk: Treister, Mikhail 2001-2002
192 3 Communities in the FSU: Minsk: Treister, Mikhail 2003-2004
BoxFolderTitleDate
193 1 Communities in the FSU: Minsk: Treister, Mikhail 2005-2006
193 2 Communities in the FSU: Minsk: Treister, Mikhail 2007-2008
193 3 Communities in the FSU: Minsk: Treister, Mikhail 2009-2010
193 4 Communities in the FSU: Mogilev 1995-1996, 1999-2000, 2007-2009
193 5 Communities in the FSU: Mogilev-Podolskiy 2000, 2005-2007, 2010
193 6 Communities in the FSU: Moscow 1995-1998, 2001-2003, 2005-2009
193 7 Communities in the FSU: Moscow: Dr. Gorodevskaya 1999-2010
BoxFolderTitleDate
194 1 Communities in the FSU: Moscow: Dr. Minsker 1998-2002
194 2 Communities in the FSU: Moscow: Dr. Minsker 2003-2010
194 3 Communities in the FSU: Mozdok 2004-2010
194 4 Communities in the FSU: Mukachevo 2001-2009
194 5 Communities in the FSU: Nalchik 1993-2002
194 6 Communities in the FSU: Nikolayev 1992-1994, 2002-2010
BoxFolderTitleDate
195 1 Communities in the FSU: Nizhniy Novgorod 1995-1997, 2004-2005, 2008-2009
195 2 Communities in the FSU: Novograd-Volynskiy 1993-1999
195 3 Communities in the FSU: Novograd-Volynskiy 2000-2004
195 4 Communities in the FSU: Novograd-Volynskiy 2005-2010
195 5 Communities in the FSU: Omsk 1992, 1994-1995, 2000-2001, 2004-2009
195 6 Communities in the FSU: Oni 2003-2009
195 7 Communities in the FSU: Orel 1994-2001
195 8 Communities in the FSU: Orel 2002-2008
BoxFolderTitleDate
196 1 Communities in the FSU: Orsk 1995-1997, 2002-2006
196 2 Communities in the FSU: Penza 1995-2009
196 3 Communities in the FSU: Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy 1995-1996
196 4 Communities in the FSU: Petrozavodsk 1992, 1994-1996, 1999, 2003-2004, 2007
196 5 Communities in the FSU: Poltava 1994, 1996-1997
196 6 Communities in the FSU: Priluki 2008
196 7 Communities in the FSU: Pskov 1996
196 8 Communities in the FSU: Pyatigorsk 1995-1996, 2003-2004
196 9 Communities in the FSU: Riga 1992, 1996-1999, 2001, 2004-2005
196 10 Communities in the FSU: Saltykovka 1993, 2001-2008
196 11 Communities in the FSU: Saratov 1993-1994, 1997-1998, 2001-2005
196 12 Communities in the FSU: Sevan 2002-2006
196 13 Communities in the FSU: Sevastopol 1994-1996, 1998, 2001-2003
196 14 Communities in the FSU: Severodvinsk 1999-2003
BoxFolderTitleDate
197 1 Communities in the FSU: Severodvinsk 2004-2010
197 2 Communities in the FSU: Shepetovka 1994, 1998, 2000, 2002-2010
197 3 Communities in the FSU: Shpola 1998-2008
197 4 Communities in the FSU: Simferopol 2000-2003
197 5 Communities in the FSU: Simferopol 2004-2005
197 6 Communities in the FSU: Simferopol 2006
BoxFolderTitleDate
198 1 Communities in the FSU: Simferopol 2007-2010
198 2 Communities in the FSU: Slutsk 1999-2010
198 3 Communities in the FSU: St. Petersburg 2000-2007
198 4 Communities in the FSU: Staro-Konstantinov 1992, 1994-2010
198 5 Communities in the FSU: Sumy 1994-2002
198 6 Communities in the FSU: Sumy 2003-2009
BoxFolderTitleDate
199 1 Communities in the FSU: Tambov 2002-2010
199 2 Communities in the FSU: Tashkent 1996-1999, 2004-2005
199 3 Communities in the FSU: Tbilisi 1992, 1994-1999, 2008-2009
199 4 Communities in the FSU: Tiraspol 1994-1998
199 5 Communities in the FSU: Tiraspol 1999-2003
199 6 Communities in the FSU: Tiraspol 2004-2010
199 7 Communities in the FSU: Tula 1994-2002
BoxFolderTitleDate
200 1 Communities in the FSU: Tula 2003-2010
200 2 Communities in the FSU: Tumen 1993, 1996, 1999-2002, 2004-2010
200 3 Communities in the FSU: Tver 1996, 2002, 2005-2006
200 4 Communities in the FSU: Ufa 1993-1995, 2001-2005
200 5 Communities in the FSU: Vasilkov 2006-2010
200 6 Communities in the FSU: Velikiy Novgorod 2002-2003
200 7 Communities in the FSU: Vinnitsa 1994-1999
200 8 Communities in the FSU: Vinnitsa 2000-2008
200 9 Communities in the FSU: Vitebsk 1996-2003
BoxFolderTitleDate
201 1 Communities in the FSU: Vitebsk 2004-2009
201 2 Communities in the FSU: Vladikavkaz 1995-2009
201 3 Communities in the FSU: Vysokiy 1999-2003
201 4 Communities in the FSU: Vysokiy 2004-2006
201 5 Communities in the FSU: Vysokiy 2007-2010
201 6 Communities in the FSU: Yaroslavl 1996, 1999-2006
BoxFolderTitleDate
202 1 Communities in the FSU: Yekaterinburg 1994-2000
202 2 Communities in the FSU: Yekaterinburg 2001-2003
202 3 Communities in the FSU: Yekaterinburg 2004-2006
202 4 Communities in the FSU: Yekaterinburg 2007-2010
202 5 Communities in the FSU: Yerevan 1997-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
203 1 Communities in the FSU: Yerevan 2000-2001
203 2 Communities in the FSU: Yerevan 2002-2003
203 3 Communities in the FSU: Yerevan 2004-2005
203 4 Communities in the FSU: Yerevan 2006-2007
203 5 Communities in the FSU: Yerevan 2008-2010
203 6 Communities in the FSU: Yevpatoria 2002-2003
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204 1 Communities in the FSU: Yevpatoria 2004-2010
204 2 Communities in the FSU: Almaty 1993-1996
204 3 Communities in the FSU: Armenia 1991-1996
204 4 Communities in the FSU: Astrakhan 1994
204 5 Communities in the FSU: Azerbaijan 1991-1996
204 6 Communities in the FSU: Baltics 1991-1993
204 7 Communities in the FSU: Belarus 1993-1995
204 8 Communities in the FSU: Belarus: Communities of Bassin 2006, 2008
204 9 Communities in the FSU: Berdichev 1994-1995
204 10 Communities in the FSU: Beregovo undated
204 11 Communities in the FSU: Birobodzhan 1993-1996
204 12 Communities in the FSU: Bishkek 1994-1996
204 13 Communities in the FSU: Chechnya 1996-1996
204 14 Communities in the FSU: Chernobyl 1996
204 15 Communities in the FSU: Dagestan undated
204 16 Communities in the FSU: Dnepropetrovsk undated, 1995
204 17 Communities in the FSU: Druszovka undated
204 18 Communities in the FSU: Dushanbe 1992-1993
204 19 Communities in the FSU: Estonia 1991-1995
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205 1 Communities in the FSU: Georgia 1991-1996
205 2 Communities in the FSU: Grozny 1994
205 3 Communities in the FSU: Irkutsk 1994
205 4 Communities in the FSU: Islamic Republics 1991-1994
205 5 Communities in the FSU: Ivanovo undated
205 6 Communities in the FSU: Kamenets Podolskiy undated
205 7 Communities in the FSU: Kaunas 1994-1995
205 8 Communities in the FSU: Kazakhstan 1991-1994
205 9 Communities in the FSU: Kemerovo 1994, 1996
205 10 Communities in the FSU: Khabarovsk 1994
205 11 Communities in the FSU: Kharkov 1993-1996
205 12 Communities in the FSU: Khmelnik 1996
205 13 Communities in the FSU: Khmelnitsky undated
205 14 Communities in the FSU: Khust 1995
205 15 Communities in the FSU: Kirovograd 1996
205 16 Communities in the FSU: Kishinev 1993-1996
205 17 Communities in the FSU: Kovno 1996
205 18 Communities in the FSU: Krasnoyarsk undated, 1993
205 19 Communities in the FSU: Krivoy Rog 1994
205 20 Communities in the FSU: Kuba 1995
205 21 Communities in the FSU: Kursk 1996
205 22 Communities in the FSU: Kyrgyzstan 1991-1993
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206 1 Communities in the FSU: Latvia 1990-1996
206 2 Communities in the FSU: Lithuania 1990-1996
206 3 Communities in the FSU: Lutsk 1994-1995
206 4 Communities in the FSU: Lvov 1994-1996
206 5 Communities in the FSU: Mariupol 1994, 1996
206 6 Communities in the FSU: Moldova 1991-1994
206 7 Communities in the FSU: Monkatch undated
206 8 Communities in the FSU: Moscow 1994-1996
206 9 Communities in the FSU: Mountain Jews 1993
206 10 Communities in the FSU: Naberezhnye Chelny undated
206 11 Communities in the FSU: Novgorod undated, 1996
206 12 Communities in the FSU: Noviy Urengoi undated
206 13 Communities in the FSU: Novosibirsk 1994-1995
206 14 Communities in the FSU: Odessa 1994-1996
206 15 Communities in the FSU: Orel: Packages to 1994-1996
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207 1 Communities in the FSU: Ostrog 1994
207 2 Communities in the FSU: Perm undated, 1995
207 3 Communities in the FSU: Pinsk undated
207 4 Communities in the FSU: Polotsk Belarus, 2004
207 5 Communities in the FSU: Rostov On Don 1994, 1996
207 6 Communities in the FSU: Russia 1990-1991
207 7 Communities in the FSU: Russia 1992
207 8 Communities in the FSU: Russia 1993-1996
207 9 Communities in the FSU: Russia - Va'ad 1993-1995
207 10 Communities in the FSU: Semipalatinsk 1996
207 11 Communities in the FSU: Siberian Organizations 1995
207 12 Communities in the FSU: St. Petersburg 1991-1996
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208 1 Communities in the FSU: Student Groups in the FSU undated
208 2 Communities in the FSU: Tajikistan 1991-1993
208 3 Communities in the FSU: Ternopol 1994
208 4 Communities in the FSU: Tomsk 1995
208 5 Communities in the FSU: Tushkova 1996
208 6 Communities in the FSU: Ukraine 1992, 1994-1996
208 7 Communities in the FSU: Ukraine: Union of Jewish Students undated, 1993
208 8 Communities in the FSU: Ukraine - List of Jewish Organizations 1993
208 9 Communities in the FSU: Ukraine - Tzaddikim undated
208 10 Communities in the FSU: Ukraine - Va'ad 1995
208 11 Communities in the FSU: Ulyanovsk 1994-1996
208 12 Communities in the FSU: Uman 1994-1995
208 13 Communities in the FSU: Ural 1994-1995
208 14 Communities in the FSU: Uzbekistan 1992-1997
208 15 Communities in the FSU: Uzhgorod undated
208 16 Communities in the FSU: Vinogorod 1995
208 17 Communities in the FSU: Volgograd 1994, 1996
208 18 Communities in the FSU: Yaroslavl 1999-2006
208 19 Communities in the FSU: Yekaterinburg 2004-2006
208 20 Communities in the FSU: Yerevan 1994
208 21 Communities in the FSU: Zhitomir 1995-1996
208 22 Communities in the FSU: Zolotonosha 1994
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209 1 Congressional Correspondence 1999-2001, 2004-2007
209 2 Congressional Network Committee 1998, 2001
209 3 Cost of Living Statistics 2008
209 4 Country and City Reports 1992, 1995
209 5 Drashot Project 1994-1995
209 6 D'Var Torah Project 1994-1996
209 7 Education Funding Project 2004
209 8 Education Information 2008
209 9 FEOR: Potential Towns 2001
209 10 Food 1995
209 11 Food Shipments undated, 1991-1992
209 12 Forms for Phone Calls 1998-1999
209 13 General Information 1990-1995
209 14 General Information 1993-1995
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210 1 General Information 1994-1995
210 2 General Information 1996-1999
210 3 General Information 2001-2010
210 4 Genesis Philantropy (Schools) 2009
210 5 Gratitude Letters to CASJ 1999
210 6 Greenwood, Maureen 1995
210 7 Gurevich, Misha: Reports on Visits to Current and Potential Yad L'Yad Towns 2000-2001
210 8 Gurevich, Misha: Reports on Visits to Current and Potential Yad L'Yad Towns 1999-2000
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211 1 Individual Jews in U.S.S.R./F.S.U. Receiving Help From CASJ 1989-1999
211 2 Information for Partners 1997-1999
211 3 Information on Shipping, Mailing to FSU 1991
211 4 International Physicians Committee undated, 1999, 2001
211 5 Introduction, Information, Ideas, Pamphlets, Status Report 1997-1998
211 6 Jewish Communities in Georgia 2003
211 7 Jewish Communities in the F.S.U. 1998-2000, 2003, 2006
211 8 Kenvin, Helene 1992-1994, 2001, 2005-2006
211 9 Letters from FSU and Israel 1992-1993
211 10 Letters from FSU and Israel 1994-1998, 2000
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212 1 Letters From Soviet Jews 1990-1992
212 2 Letters from USSR and Israel 1991
212 3 Mailings 1999-2000
212 4 Meest Corporation Inc. - Shipping Prices 2010
212 5 Meetings Minutes 1997, 1998, 2000-2007
212 6 Memos 1994
212 7 Memos 1995-1996
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213 1 Minutes 1998
213 2 Miscellaneous Administrative Materials 1995
213 3 Miscellaneous Administrative Materials 1994
213 4 Nationalities of the USSR 1989
213 5 Newspapers from Ukrainian Jewish Communities (in Russian) 1999
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214 1 Overview Package 1995
214 2 Partnership Conference 1994
214 3 Peshkin, Frances 1987-1988, 1992
214 4 Phone Message Books undated
214 5 Phone Message Books undated
214 6 Phone Message Books undated
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215 1 Planning for Education Conference in Moscow 2003-2004
215 2 Potential Partner Towns 1995-2010
215 3 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: A-D 2005-2009
215 4 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: F-J 1997-1999, 2007-2009
215 5 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: K-L 1997-1999, 2005-2009
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216 1 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: M-O 1998, 2001-2009
216 2 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: P 1998-1999, 2003-2009
216 3 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: R 1999-2005, 2009
216 4 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: S-T 2002-2009
216 5 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: U-Vl 1996-2010
216 6 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: Vo-Z 1999-2010
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217 1 Potential Yad L'Yad Partner Cities in the F.S.U.: Various Towns in Ukraine 2005-2006
217 2 Program Description 1992, 1994, 1996
217 3 Progressive Communities in the FSU 2010
217 4 Project Background Information 1990-1993
217 5 Project Development 1994, 1997-1998, 2001
217 6 Project Recommitment 1991-1992
217 7 Questionnaire and Brochure in Russian 1999
217 8 Recruiting 1995-1997
217 9 Reports, Statements, Press Releases 1983, 1995-2010
217 10 Sample Packet 1992
217 11 Schools in Danger of Closing 2003, 2009
217 12 Sephardic Congregation 1997
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218 1 Start-Up Information 1993-1994
218 2 Summer Camps in the FSU 2009
218 3 Summer Gear-Up Packet 1995-1996
218 4 Survey of the FSU Jewish Communities (Cost of Living, etc.) 2007-2009
218 5 Survey of the FSU Jewish Communities (Hebrew Schools) 2007-2009
218 6 Synagogues, Property in the FSU 1996, 1997
218 7 Treyster, Mikhail: Memoirs on Holocaust undated, 1997-1999, 2003-2007
218 8 Trip and Delegation Reports 1989-1992, 1997
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219 1 UCSJ Annual Meeting Jun-02
219 2 UCSJ Conference Call 28-Jan-08
219 3 UCSJ Yad L'Yad Retreat 1994
219 4 UCSJ Congressional Meeting 1993
219 5 Ukraine - Community Centers - Rent 2008
219 6 Ukraine Delegation May 12-May 19, 1998
219 7 Updates From the Jewish Communities in the F.S.U. 1992-1993
219 8 Updates From the Jewish Communities in the F.S.U. 1994
219 9 Updates from Yad L'Yad Communities in the FSU 1993
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220 1 Updates on Jews in the FSU 2001
220 2 Updates on Jews in the FSU 2001
220 3 Updates on Jews in the FSU 2001
220 4 Updates on Jews in the FSU 2002
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221 1 Updates on Jews in the FSU 2002
221 2 Updates on Jews in the FSU 2002
221 3 Updates on Jews in the FSU 2002
221 4 Updates on Jews in the FSU 2003-2005
221 5 Yad L'Yad Bulletin 1993-1996
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222 1 Yad L'Yad History 1996-1997
222 2 Yad L'Yad Program Description, Guidelines, Ideas, Contacts undated, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2008
222 3 Yad L'Yad Questionnaire 1998-1999
222 4 Yad L'Yad Retreat 1994
222 5 Yad L'Yad Survey Results 2006-2008
222 6 Yearly Summary Packet 1994
222 7 Youth Groups in the FSU 2010
222 8 Partnerships: Am Echad - Vladikavkaz 1994-2000, 2003-2009
222 9 Partnerships: Am Israel Congregation - Chernigov 1995-2010
222 10 Partnerships: Am Shalom - Chernovtsy 1994-2008
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223 1 Partnerships: Anshe Emet - Kremenchug 1997-2008
223 2 Partnerships: Anshe Shalom - Staro-Konstantinov 1992-2010
223 3 Partnerships: Bay Shul - Mogilev-Podolsky 2005-2010
223 4 Partnerships: Bendery, Moldova 2002-2010
223 5 Partnerships: Bene Shalom - Minsk: "Talking Hands" 1999-2009
223 6 Partnerships: Beth Emet - Donetsk 1992-1993, 1997-2005
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224 1 Partnerships: Beth Hillel - Sumi 1994-1999
224 2 Partnerships: Beth Hillel - Sumi 2000-2009
224 3 Partnerships: Beth Hillel, B'nai Emunah - Brest 1998-1999, 2005-2009
224 4 Partnerships: Beth Judea - Yekateringurg 1992, 1995-1999
224 5 Partnerships: Beth Judea - Yekateringurg 1994-1995
224 6 Partnerships: Beth Judea - Yekateringurg 1997-2001
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225 1 Partnerships: Beth Judea - Yekaterinburg 2000-2002
225 2 Partnerships: Beth Judea - Yekateringurg 2002-2004
225 3 Partnerships: Beth Judea - Yekaterinburg 2003-2005
225 4 Partnerships: Beth Judea - Yekaterinburg 2004-2010
225 5 Partnerships: Beth Judea - Yekaterinburg: Photographs 1997-2009
225 6 Partnerships: Beth Judea - Yekaterinburg: Photographs 1997-2009
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226 1 Partnerships: Beth Shalom - Jekabpils 1997-2002, 2005-2009
226 2 Partnerships: Beth Shalom - Tiraspol 1993, 1996-2002
226 3 Partnerships: Beth Shalom - Tiraspol 2003-2009
226 4 Partnerships: Beth Shalom, Dekalb - Boguslav 2007-2009
226 5 Partnerships: Beth Tikvah - Krasnodar 1998-2010
226 6 Partnerships: B'nai Emanuah - Brest 1999-2000, 2002-2003
226 7 Partnerships: B'Nai Shalom (Buffalo Grove) - Khmelnitskiy 1994, 1998-2010
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227 1 Partnerships: B'nai Tikvah - Orel 1995-2009
227 2 Partnerships: B'nai Tikveh - Orel 1994-1995
227 3 Partnerships: B'Nai Tikvah - Magnitogorsk 1992
227 4 Partnerships: B'nai Torah - Tula 1994-2000, 2004-2010
227 5 Partnerships: B'nai Torah - Tula 1997-2001
227 6 Partnerships: B'nai Torah - Tula 2000, 2002-2005
227 7 Partnerships: B'nai Torah - Tula 2003-2010
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228 1 Partnerships: Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry - Baranovichi 1998, 2007-2010
228 2 Partnerships: Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry - Mahachkala 1999
228 3 Partnerships: Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry - Mahachkala 2000
228 4 Partnerships: Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry - Mahachkala 2000-2004, 2008
228 5 Partnerships: Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry - Sevan 2000, 2003, 2006
228 6 Partnerships: Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry - Oni, Georgia 2005-2009
228 7 Partnerships: Chicago Sinai - Tambov 2000-2010
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229 1 Partnerships: Dor Dorim - Bobruisk 2001-2009
229 2 Partnerships: Emanu El - Simferopol 2003-2005
229 3 Partnerships: Emanuel Congregation - Vasilkov 2005-2010
229 4 Partnerships: Emanu-El, Milwaukee - Simferopol 2000-2009
229 5 Partnerships: Etz Chaim - Chelyabinsk 1991-2005
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230 1 Partnerships: Gomel 1994, 1999-2010
230 2 Partnerships: Hakafah Congregation undated, 1995-1999
230 3 Partnerships: Hakafah Congregation - Minsk Ghetto Survivors 1994-1997
230 4 Partnerships: Hakafah Congregation - Minsk Ghetto Survivors 1998-2005
230 5 Partnerships: Hakafah Congregation - Minsk Ghetto Survivors 1994-1995, 1997-2010
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231 1 Partnerships: Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation - Shpola 1999-2010
231 2 Partnerships: Joliet Jewish Congregation - Yevpatoria 1998, 2000-2010
231 3 Partnerships: Judea Mizpah - Korsun Shevchenkovsky 2005-2010
231 4 Partnerships: Judea Mizpah-Irkutsk 1992
231 5 Partnerships: Kazan 1998, 2001
231 6 Partnerships: Kerch 1993-1998
231 7 Partnerships: Kherson-Oak Park 1992-1993
231 8 Partnerships: Kol Emeth - Slutsk 1999-2010
231 9 Partnerships: Korosten 2003-2004
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232 1 Partnerships: Lomdim Minyan 2001-2009
232 2 Partnerships: McHenry County Congregation - Kanev 2005-2010
232 3 Partnerships: Mogilev 1992, 1994, 2000
232 4 Partnerships: Moriah - Lvov 1994-1996
232 5 Partnerships: Moriah - Lvov 1997-1999
232 6 Partnerships: Moriah - Lvov 2000-2002
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233 1 Partnerships: Moriah - Lvov 2003-2010
233 2 Partnerships: Moriah - Lvov: Photographs 1990-2000
233 3 Partnerships: Moscow 1997, 2003-2006, 2008-2010
233 4 Partnerships: Niles Township - Barnaul 1992-1998
233 5 Partnerships: North Shore Congregation Israel - Novograd Volynsky 1993-1998
233 6 Partnerships: North Shore Congregation Israel - Novograd-Volynsky 1998-2002
233 7 Partnerships: North Shore Congregation Israel - Novograd-Volynsky 2003-2009
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234 1 Partnerships: North Suburban Synagogue Beth El - Berdichev 1994-2004
234 2 Partnerships: Northwest Suburban Jewish Congregation - Severodvinsk 1999-2001
234 3 Partnerships: Northwest Suburban Jewish Congregation - Severodvinsk 2002-2010
234 4 Partnerships: Oak Park Temple - Daugavpils, Latvia 1994-1997, 2003-2006
234 5 Partnerships: Oak Park Temple - Daugavpils, Latvia 1997-2001, 2010
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235 1 Partnerships: Or Shalom - Vysokiy 2002-2010
235 2 Partnerships: Or Tikvah-Gurnee - Cheboksary 2001-2008
235 3 Partnerships: Rodfei Zedek - Klintsy 2001-2010
235 4 Partnerships: Ryazan 1999-2001, 2005
235 5 Partnerships: Samara 1995, 1999
235 6 Partnerships: Schechter School - Lvov 1998, 2001-2003
235 7 Partnerships: Shaare Tzedak Congregation 2001-2007
235 8 Partnerships: Shir Shalom - Vitebsk 1996-2002
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236 1 Partnerships: Shir Shalom Temple - Vitebsk 1997-1998, 2000, 2002-2005, 2008-2010
236 2 Partnerships: Shir Shalom Temple - Vitebsk 1998-2001
236 3 Partnerships: Shir Shalom-Minsk 1997
236 4 Partnerships: Solel - Almaty 1987, 1998-2003
236 5 Partnerships: Solel - Almaty 1993-1998
236 6 Partnerships: Solel - Almaty 2002-2009
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237 1 Partnerships: Temple Beth El - Kostroma 2002, 2009-2010
237 2 Partnerships: Temple Beth Israel - Konotop 1995, 1998-2009
237 3 Partnerships: Temple Beth Or, FL - Mogilev 2002-2004, 2007-2010
237 4 Partnerships: Temple Beth-El - Yekaterinburg 1993-2001
237 5 Partnerships: Temple B'nai Israel - Boyarka 2006-2008
237 6 Partnerships: Temple B'nai Israel - Mukachevo 2002-2009
237 7 Partnerships: Temple Chai 1992
237 8 Partnerships: Temple Emanuel, Oak Park, MI - Brovary undated, 2004, 2007-2010
237 9 Partnerships: Temple Emanuel, St. Louis - Mozdok 2003-2010
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238 1 Partnerships: Temple Israel of Springfield - Shepetovka 1998, 2000-2010
238 2 Partnerships: Temple Israel, West Bloomfield, MI - Korsun School 2006-2009
238 3 Partnerships: Temple Jeremiah - Poltava 1994, 1996-1997
238 4 Partnerships: Temple Jeremiah - Yerevan 1994-2001, 2004
238 5 Partnerships: Temple Jeremiah - Yerevan 1998-2003
238 6 Partnerships: Temple Jeremiah - Yerevan 1999-2002
238 7 Partnerships: Temple Jeremiah - Yerevan 2001-2009
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239 1 Partnerships: Temple Jeremiah - Yerevan: Photographs 1996, 1999
239 2 Partnerships: Temple Shir Shalom - Lida 2000-2001, 2007-2010
239 3 Partnerships: Temple Sholom - Orel 1997, 1999-2005
239 4 Partnerships: Temple Soleil - Mariupol 1999-2004
239 5 Partnerships: Tomsk-Solel (Glencoe, IL) 1992
239 6 Partnerships: Tuscon, AZ 1994-1997
239 7 Partnerships: Vinnitsa 1992-1998
239 8 Partnerships: West Rogers Park Minyan - Kineshma 2002-2004, 2006-2007, 2009
239 9 Partnerships: West Suburban Temple Har Zion - Penza 1992-1999
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240 1 Partnerships: West Suburban Temple Har Zion - Penza 1995-2007
240 2 Partnerships: West Suburban Temple Har Zion - Penza 1998-2003
240 3 Partnerships: West Suburban Temple Har Zion - Penza 2003-2009
240 4 Partnerships: Wien, Gary - Tumen 1993, 2000-2009
240 5 Partnerships: Zaporozhye 1994, 2003
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241 1 Annual Meeting November 16-18, 1996
241 2 Lists and Applications: Jewish Communities and Activists in the FSU 1994
241 3 Status Report and Progress Description 1994-1996
241 4 Status Report and Progress Description 1997-1998
241 5 Yad Yisroel: Yaakov Shteierman 1994-1995
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Series VII: International Physicians Commission, undated, 1981-1982, 1985-2005, 2007

Boxes 242-246.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

International Physicians Committee was formed in the mid-1980s by a doctor at Northwestern University as a virtual part of CASJ. Its original mission was to monitor the medical condition of Jewish Prisoners of Conscience in the USSR. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Committee focused on supporting the small Jewish communities in the FSU by sending them vitamins, medications, and medical supplies. The series contains information on the development of the Committee, individuals and communities it was helping, requests for help, special projects, correspondence etc.

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242 1 35's, The 1992
242 2 Alma Ata 1992
242 3 Armenia 1994
242 4 Baku undated, 1992
242 5 Bashinski, Saveli 1993
242 6 Bashmashnikov, Moscow 1990-1991
242 7 Bikur Bayit, Minsk 1991
242 8 Bobruisk, Minsk 1992
242 9 Borden, Victor 1989-1993
242 10 Bortnick, Alex, Alaska 1992
242 11 Boston 1992
242 12 Boston Medical Group 1991
242 13 Bukhara 1992
242 14 Congregation Beth Shalom-Jekabpils 1997-2001
242 15 Correspondence 2000, 2004
242 16 Correspondence: Tsalihin 1997-1998
242 17 Daugavpils 1994-1997, 2001-2004
242 18 Food Packages 1992
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243 1 Getz, Mike 1997-1998
243 2 Gottskind, Gail 1989-1993
243 3 History of IPC 1991-1999
243 4 Houston, undated 1992
243 5 Individual Cases 1999-2000, 2003-2005
243 6 Interns Summer 1992
243 7 Kalyna 1997-1998
243 8 Katya Fund, Blood Drive 1991-1992
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244 1 Kharkov 1992
244 2 Kiev 1992-1993
244 3 Kishinev 1993
244 4 Krasnoyarsk undated, 1993
244 5 Latvia, Publicity 1996-1997
244 6 Lily, Eli undated, 1992
244 7 Lists of Medications Sent to FSU 1992-1993, 1995-1997, 2000, 2002
244 8 Lviv 1999-2000
244 9 Medical Cases 1998-2000
244 10 Medical Information, Medications Descriptions 1995-2000
244 11 Medicine Requests from Doctors in the FSU 1992-1993
244 12 Members 1987-1990
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245 1 Minsk undated, 1992
245 2 "Minsk 3" 1990-1991
245 3 Moscow 1991-1992
245 4 Moscow 2003-2005, 2007
245 5 Myriam's Dream, Inc. undated, 1999
245 6 Needs 1988-1990
245 7 Nikolaev 1993
245 8 Notes 1999
245 9 Omsk 1992-1993
245 10 Ostomy Products 1992
245 11 Park Sheridan Pharmacy 1992
245 12 Personal Aid to Sick People in the FSU 1982, 1989-1999
245 13 Pharmacists 1993
245 14 Publicity, Correspondence, General Files 1986-1987, 1991-1992
245 15 Refusenik Medical Doctors 1981, 1988-1990
245 16 Report November 17, 1991
245 17 Requests for Help 1991-1993
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246 1 Resources and Thank Yous to MDs 1994, 1998-2000
246 2 Reznik 1992
246 3 Riga 1993
246 4 Soviet Jews in Need of Medical Care 1985-1991
246 5 St. Petersburg 1992-1993
246 6 Thank Yous for Medical Help and Donations 1994-1999, 2004
246 7 Trips to FSU 1990-1996, 1999-2000
246 8 Vilnius undated, 1992
246 9 Vinnitsa undated, 1993
246 10 Walgreens 1993
246 11 Wheelchairs 1992
246 12 Yad L'Yad Medical Department 2000, 2003-2004
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Series VIII: Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, undated, 1973, 1975-1997

Boxes 247-315.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

The series contains materials pertaining to the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, a national umbrella organization for Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry and approximately 50 other local councils. The series documents a period from 1986 until 1996, when one of Chicago Action's leaders, Pamela B. Cohen served as the National President of the Union of Councils. Although CASJ/CAJFSU had no financial connection to UCSJ/UCJFSU, it worked closely with the Union of Councils on initiatives such as Yad L'Yad, Prisoner Commission, and the Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center and made extensive use of UCSJ bureaus in the former Soviet republics to monitor antisemitic and fascist activity, regional conflicts and other humanitarian issues affecting local Jewish communities. The series contains information on a wide range of subjects such as various Refuseniks and refugees issues, Jewish prisoners in the USSR/FSU, Congressional human rights initiatives, antisemitism, detailed weekly updates on Jewish communities in the USSR/FSU and other subjects.

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247 1 AB Data 1988
247 2 Absorption 1987-1991
247 3 Action Alert 1992-1987
247 4 Aid Proposals 1987-1996
247 5 Almati Conference on Human Rights 1994-1995
247 6 American Emergency Committee to Save Soviet Jews 1990-1991
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248 1 Antifascist Movement in the FSU 1994-1996
248 2 Antisemitism 1987-1990
248 3 Antisemitism 1988
248 4 Antisemitism 1989
248 4 Antisemitism 1989-1990
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249 1 Antisemitism 1990
249 2 Antisemitism 1991
249 3 Antisemitism 1991-1992
249 3 Antisemitism 1992
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250 1 Antisemitism 1992-1993
250 2 Antisemitism 1992-1997
250 3 Antisemitism 1993
250 4 Antisemitism in Progress 1989-1991
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251 1 Antisemitism in Progress 1989-1991
251 2 Antisemitism: Events 1996
251 3 Antisemitism: House of Representative Hearings 2/27/1996 1995-1996
251 4 Antisemitism: Korchagin, Victor 1995
251 5 Antisemitism: Russia 1994-1997
251 6 Antisemitism: Russia 1996
251 7 Antisemitism: Samizdat undated
251 8 Antisemitism: UCSJ Reports and Testimony 1987, 1989-1993
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252 1 Armenian Refugee Project (Center for Human Rights Advocacy) 1994-1995
252 2 Arms Control and Human Rights, Peace Groups, Ultra Left 1978, 1980, 1986, 1988
252 3 Articles in Russian Language 1987-1988
252 4 Artwork for Publishing undated, 1981
252 5 Asylum Cases 1991-1993
252 6 Ben Ari, Zvi (Gregori Lerner) 1992
252 7 Bishkek Conference on Human Rights and the Fate of Nations 1992
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253 1 Board and Leadership Meetings 1991
253 2 Board and Leadership Meetings 1991
253 3 Book of the Dead - Soviet Jews Who Died in Refusal 1988
253 4 Budget 1988
253 5 Budget 1989
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254 1 Budget 1990
254 2 Budget 1990-1991
254 3 Budget 1992-1993
254 4 Bush, George 1989-1990
254 5 Cantor, Sandy 1994
254 6 CASJ Press Book 1975-1984
254 7 CASJ Press Book 1985-1986
254 8 CAUSE: Concerned Americans' Union for Soviet Emigration 1987-1988
254 9 Center for Jewish Renewal 1991-1992
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255 1 CJR Publishing 1992
255 2 Clinton Administration 1991-1994
255 3 Cohen, Pamela: Testimony Before the House of Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organization, The US House of Representatives May 11, 1988
255 4 Computer Equipment for Moscow Bureau 1989-1994
255 5 Congress: General 1983-1989
255 6 Congressional Briefing 1991
255 7 Congressional Human Rights Caucus: Government and Trade 1990
255 8 Contacts undated, 1990
255 9 Criminal Justice Advocacy Institute 1994
255 10 Criminal Justice Project 1992-1993
255 11 CSCE: Copenhagen 1990
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256 1 CSCE: General 1986-1989
256 2 CSCE: General 1990-1993
256 3 CSCE: New York 1990
256 4 CSCE: Paris 1990
256 5 CSCE: Vienna 1986
256 6 CSCE: Vienna 1987
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257 1 CSCE: Vienna 1988
257 2 CSCE: Vienna 1989
257 3 Cultural Exchanges 1987-1990
257 4 Curriculum for the Study of Jewish History in Russia and Soviet Union with Emphasis on Modern Emigration Movement and Plight of the Refuseniks undated
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258 1 Curriculum on Soviet Jewry 1983-1988
258 2 Curriculum on Soviet Jewry: Questionnaire 1983
258 3 Death Watch 1989-1990
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259 1 Death Watch 1990-1991
259 2 Direct Flights 1987-1990
259 3 D'Var Torah Project 1994
259 4 D'Var Torah Project 1995
259 5 D'Var Torah Project 1995
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260 1 Emergency Family Reunification Initiative 1991
260 2 Emigration 1986-1992
260 3 Emigration Law 1986-1991
260 4 Emigration Law 1987, 1989-1991
260 5 Emigration Law 1991
260 6 Epshtein, Vladimir 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
261 1 Executive Board Meeting 1988
261 2 Executive Board Meetings 33270
261 3 Executive Committee Minutes 33682
261 4 Fascist Watch (KGB) 1994-1996
261 5 Fattakhov, Dmitrii 1995-1996
261 6 Fattakhov, Dmitrii 1995-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
262 1 Fattakhov, Dmitrii: Contacts 1995-1996
262 2 Finkel, Moisey 1995-1996
262 3 First International Andrey Sakharov Memorial Congress 1991
262 4 Foundations 1991-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
263 1 Fridson, Alexander 1990-1993, 1996
263 2 FSU Hot Spots (Civil War, Ethnic Conflicts) 1992-1994
263 3 Future Projects undated, 1984
263 4 Gelshteyn, Fridrikh 1994-1995
263 5 General 1988
263 6 General 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
264 1 General 1988
264 2 General 1989
264 3 General 1989
264 4 General 1990
264 5 General 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
265 1 General 1988
265 2 General 1988
265 3 Goodwill Games 1989-1990
265 4 Gorbachev, Mikhail 1987-1991
265 5 How to Start a New Council as a Part of the Union of Councils 1987
265 6 Human Rights in the USSR 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
266 1 Immigration: Refugee Policy 1990-1996
266 2 Initiative Group of the Creative Work of Jewish Artists from USSR 1990
266 3 International Foundation for the Survival and Development of Humanity 1988-1989
266 4 International Research Center for Human Rights 1992
266 5 Ismailov, Israel 1994
266 6 Israel 1989-1991
266 7 Israeli Citizenship 1984-1988
266 8 Jewish Culture and Religion 1985-1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
267 1 Jewish Cultural Association 1988-1990
267 2 Jewish News Weekly 1992-1993
267 3 Jewish Press to Russian Jewry undated
267 4 Karimov, Islam 1987-1994
267 5 Kazachkov, Mikhail 1990-1991
267 6 Koinov, Iosif 1995-1996
267 7 Koinov, Iosif: Responses to Case of 1995-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
268 1 Kolmanson, David: Trip Report 1987
268 2 Kuvychko, Anna 1992
268 3 Lautenberg Amendment 1990-1992
268 4 Legal Advocacy Center 1989-1992
268 5 Leningrad 1990
268 6 Lifshits, Vladimir: Book Project 1988
268 7 Livshitz, Semyon 1991-1993
268 8 Livshitz, Semyon 1991-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
269 1 Livshitz, Semyon 1991-1995
269 2 Livshitz, Semyon: Contacts 1992-1996
269 3 Livshitz, Semyon: Proposed Packets 1991-1996
269 4 Livshitz, Semyon: Signed Petitions 1994-1996
269 5 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry 1990-1991
269 6 Marriage to a Soviet Citizen 1986, 1988
269 7 Meetings in Moscow 1989-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
270 1 Meetings in Vilnius and Moscow 1987-1991
270 2 Mirzayanov, Vil 1987-1994
270 3 Morrison-Lautenberg Amendment 1994, 1996
270 4 Moscow Independent University 1988
270 5 Moscow Legal Symposium May 17, 1989
270 6 Moscow Scientific Seminar 1988
270 7 National Security Council 1988
270 8 Nikitin, Alexander 1996
270 9 Olender, Khaim 1986-1987, 1989, 1991-1994
270 10 Operation Ride to Freedom 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
271 1 Orekhov, Victor 1995
271 2 Pamyat 1987-1989
271 3 Pamyat undated, 1987-1992
271 4 Paris Conference on the Human Dimensions 1989
271 5 Pogranichny, Leonid 1992
271 6 Poor Relatives 1987-1990, 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
272 1 Porter, John, Congressman: Helsinki Commission 1988
272 2 Prague Conference "Peaceful Road to Democracy" 1990
272 3 Presidential Campaign 1988
272 4 Press Clippings 1987
272 5 Prison Conditions and Report in the FSU 1992-1993
272 6 Prisoners Commission 1988-1994
272 7 Prisoners Commission 1990-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
273 1 Prisoners: Case Histories 1987, 1990-1992
273 2 Prisoners: Case Histories 1991, 1993, 1996
273 3 Prisoners: Economic Crimes 1991-1992
273 4 Proposals and Grant Requests 1987-1996
273 5 Prussky, Victor 1994
273 6 Psychiatry Abuses in the USSR, FSU 1988-1991, 1993-1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
274 1 Public Committee for Better Visa Office Performance 1988-1990
274 2 Pulatov, Abdumannob 1992-1993
274 3 Rachamim (Mercy) Society ‘undated
274 4 Reagan, Roland: Administration 1986-1988
274 5 Refugee Case Processing 1989-1990
274 6 Refugee Case Processing 1990
274 7 Refugee Ceilings, Funding, Resettlement 1989-1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
275 1 Refugee Issues and Proposals 1989
275 2 Refugee Issues and Proposals 1989
275 3 Refugee Processing Procedures 1991-1993
275 4 Refugee Processing Procedures: Examples of Required Documents 1990
275 5 Refugee Processing: Washington-Moscow 1989-1990
275 6 Refugees: Congress 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
276 1 Refugees: Rome, Ladispoli 1988
276 2 Refugees: Rome, Ladispoli 1989
276 3 Refugees: Rome, Ladispoli 1989
276 4 Refusals and Appeals 1991-1992
276 5 Refusenik Children 1978-1980, 1986-1987
276 6 Refusenik Computer Professionals 1985
276 7 Refusenik Culturalists 1980-1982, 1986, 1988
276 8 Refusenik Scientists 1981-1982, 1984-1986, 1988
276 9 Refuseniks Legal Seminar Meeting 1988
276 10 Refuseniks: Army Draft 1988-1989
276 11 Refuseniks: Divided Spouses 1985, 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
277 1 Refuseniks: Hebrew Teachers 1979, 1981, 1988
277 2 Refuseniks: Heroes of History, Script for Slideshow 1985
277 3 Refuseniks: Illinois Separations and Connections 1980
277 4 Refuseniks: Kiev undated, 1988
277 5 Refuseniks: Leningrad undated
277 6 Refuseniks: List 6 1991
277 7 Refuseniks: Medical Cases 1986-1987
277 8 Refuseniks: Physicians 1980, 1986
277 9 Refuseniks: Physicians 1982, 1985-1987
277 10 Refuseniks: Post-Soviet 1992-1993
277 11 Refuseniks: Prisoners 1985-1988
277 12 Refuseniks: Second Generation 1987-1988
277 13 Refuseniks: Secrecy Refusals 1987-1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
278 1 Refuseniks: Secrecy Refusals 1987-1988
278 2 Refuseniks: Separated Families 1987
278 3 Refuseniks: War Veterans 1985
278 4 Refuseniks: Women 1988-1990
278 5 Religion in the USSR, FSU 1989-1991, 1995
278 6 Resettlement, Assimilation and Acculturation of Soviet Jews in the United States 1973, 1979, 1983
278 7 Rombe, Samuil 1991-1992
278 8 Russia Inside 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
279 1 Russian Elections 1996, Duma 1995-1996
279 2 Russian Jewish Congress Convention 1996
279 3 Russian-American Cooperation for Human Rights and Democracy, Moscow-Ukraine 1992
279 4 Rybalka, Anatoly 1994
279 5 Schapira, Morey 1988-1989
279 6 Shtelman, Gennady 1990-1994
279 7 Slepak Principles 1989
279 8 Society for Friendship and Cultural Relations with Israel 1988
279 9 Socirco, Victor 1992-1993
279 10 Soviet Failure to Provide for Appeal of Emigration Refusals 1988
279 11 Soviet Jewish Congress 1989-1990
279 12 Soviet Law 1986-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
280 1 State Department 1986-1988
280 2 State Department 1989
280 3 State Department 1990-1991
280 4 Stonov, Leonid 1991-1993
280 5 Summit 1990
280 6 Summit: Clinton-Yeltsin 1987-1994
280 7 Summit: Helsinki, Moscow 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
281 1 Telephone Protests 1986-1987
281 2 Trade 1985, 1988-1989
281 3 Transportation 1989-1992
281 4 Trip Report: Pamela Cohen, Micah Naftalin, Leonid Stonov - Moscow, Tashkent, Bukhara, Samarkand, Dushanbe, Alma Ata 1990-1991
281 5 UCSJ Annual Meeting 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
282 1 UCSJ Annual Meeting 1990
282 2 UCSJ Annual Meeting 1992
282 3 UCSJ Annual Meeting 1993
282 4 UCSJ Annual Meeting 1994
282 5 UCSJ Antisemitism Packet 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
283 1 UCSJ Board Meeting March 1993
283 2 UCSJ Board Meeting November 1993
283 3 UCSJ Board of Directors 1988, 1990-1992
283 4 UCSJ Board of Directors 1992-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
284 1 UCSJ Communications from the Bureau 1992
284 2 UCSJ Delegation to Leningrad, Moscow, Copenhagen 1990
284 3 UCSJ Delegation to Moscow, Vilnius, St. Petersburg 1991
284 4 UCSJ Executive Board Meetings 1989
284 5 UCSJ Fact Sheet 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
285 1 UCSJ Fundraising 1992
285 2 UCSJ General Information 1991-1983
285 3 UCSJ General Information 1994
285 4 UCSJ General Information 1995
285 5 UCSJ General Information 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
286 1 UCSJ in the News 1988-1989
286 2 UCSJ in the Press 1988
286 3 UCSJ in the Press 1989
286 4 UCSJ in the Press 1990
286 5 UCSJ in the Press 1990-1991
286 6 UCSJ in the Press 1991-1992
286 7 UCSJ in the Press 1995-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
287 1 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1993
287 2 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1993
287 3 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1993-1994
287 4 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
287 5 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
288 1 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
288 2 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
288 3 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
289 1 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
289 2 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
289 3 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
289 4 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
290 1 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
290 2 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1994
290 3 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1993-1995
290 4 UCSJ Materials for Monitor Newsletter 1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
291 1 UCSJ Meeting in Moscow 1987
291 2 UCSJ Meeting in Soviet Union October 1989
291 3 UCSJ Meeting in Soviet Union 1989
291 4 UCSJ Moscow Bureau 1993-1994
291 5 UCSJ Moscow Bureau 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
292 1 UCSJ Moscow Bureau - Communications 1992
292 2 UCSJ Moscow Bureau - Communications 1992
292 3 UCSJ Moscow Bureau - Communications 1992
292 4 UCSJ Moscow Bureau - Communications 1992
292 5 UCSJ Moscow Bureau-Kazakh Bureau: Human Rights Conference and Kidnapping of Pulatov 1992-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
293 1 UCSJ National Office 1995
293 2 UCSJ Network 1991-1992
293 3 UCSJ Positions 1995
293 4 UCSJ Press Releases 1993-1994
293 5 UCSJ Prisoner Commission 1989-1991
293 6 UCSJ Prisoner Files: Berman, Dmitri [1 of 2] 1989-1991
293 7 UCSJ Prisoner Files: Berman, Dmitri [2 of 2] 1991-1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
294 1 UCSJ Prisoner Files: Bodner-Livshits 1990-1992
294 2 UCSJ Prisoner Files: Khazachkov, Mikhail 1988-1990
294 3 UCSJ Prisoner Files: Massover-Weinstein 1990-1992
294 4 UCSJ Prisoner Files - General 1985-1990
294 5 UCSJ Prisoner Files - General 1990-1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
295 5 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates January-February 1987
295 6 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates March-April 1987
295 1 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates May-November 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
296 2 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates January-March 1988
296 3 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates April-May 1988
296 4 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates June-July 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
297 1 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates August-September 1988
297 2 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates October-November 1988
297 3 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates December 1988
297 4 UCSJ Refuseniks Updates January 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
298 1 UCSJ Ukraine Packets 1993
298 2 UCSJ Ukraine Packets 1993
298 3 UCSJ Ukraine Packets 1994
298 4 UCSJ Ukraine Packets 1994
298 5 UCSJ Ukraine Packets 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
299 1 UCSJ Ukraine Packets 1994
299 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets December 1988
299 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets January 1989
299 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets February1989
299 5 UCSJ Weekly Packets March 1989
299 6 UCSJ Weekly Packets April 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
300 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets June 1989
300 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets June 1989
300 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets June 1989
300 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets July 1989
300 5 UCSJ Weekly Packets August 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
301 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets September 1989
301 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets October 1989
301 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets November 1989
301 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets December 1989
301 5 UCSJ Weekly Packets January 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
302 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets January 1990
302 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets February1990
302 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets March 1990
302 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets April 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
303 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets May-June 1990
303 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets August-September 1990
303 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets November 1990
303 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets December 1990
303 5 UCSJ Weekly Packets January 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
304 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets February1991
304 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets March 1991
304 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets April 1991
304 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets May 1991
304 5 UCSJ Weekly Packets June 1991
304 6 UCSJ Weekly Packets July 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
305 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets August 1991
305 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets September 1991
305 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets October 1991
305 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets November 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
306 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets December 1991
306 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets January 1992
306 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets February 1992
306 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets March 1992
306 5 UCSJ Weekly Packets April 1992
306 6 UCSJ Weekly Packets May 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
307 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets June 1992
307 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets July 1992
307 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets August 1992
307 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets September 1992
307 5 UCSJ Weekly Packets October 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
308 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets November 1992
308 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets December 1992
308 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets January 1993
308 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets February 1993
308 5 UCSJ Weekly Packets March-April 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
309 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets March-June 1993
309 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets July-September 1993
309 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets October-December 1993
309 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets January-March 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
310 1 UCSJ Weekly Packets April-May 1994
310 2 UCSJ Weekly Packets June-August 1994
310 3 UCSJ Weekly Packets September-December 1994
310 4 UCSJ Weekly Packets January-March 1995
310 5 UCSJ Weekly Packets May-June 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
311 1 UCSJ: Budget 1992-1995
311 2 UCSJ: Governmental Affairs 1993
311 3 UCSJ: Governmental Affairs 1994-1995
311 4 Ukraine: Antisemitism 1991-1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
312 1 Ukraine: Antisemitism 1995-1996
312 2 Ukraine: General 1992
312 3 Ukraine: General 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
313 1 Ukraine: Human Rights 1993-1995
313 2 Ukraine: Lawyers' Strike 1993
313 3 US Commission on Human Rights 1991, 1997
313 4 Uzbekistan 1987, 1991-1992
313 5 Va'ad 1988-1992
313 6 Vilnius 1991
313 7 Vilnius 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
314 1 Volosov, Alexander 1987-1994
314 2 Vysov Requests 1987-1990
314 3 Vysov Requests 1979-1986
314 4 Waksberg, David: Reports 1987-1994
314 5 Waksberg, David: Trip Papers 1988
314 6 Wallenberg-Sakharov Foundation 1990
314 7 Washington Processing Center 1992-1994
314 8 Washington Processing Center Backlog 1991
314 9 World Conference on Soviet Jewry 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
315 1 Yad L'Yad 1989-1992
315 2 Zhirinovsky, Vladimir 1992-1996
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Series IX: Publications, undated, 1975-2007

Boxes 316-322.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

The series includes publications issued by the organizations participating in the Soviet Jewry movement or other human rights causes. The published materials arranged alphabetically according to the publication name, organization's name is given in parentheses when available. The series also contains a selection of Jewish Samizdat— spiritual, cultural and informational literature forbidden or restricted by the Soviet authorities that was reproduced and circulated privately. Several Soviet official Antisemitic and Antizionist publications in Russian language are also included.

BoxFolderTitleDate
316 (BB) 1 Alert [UCSJ] 1984
316 (BB) 2 American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations Newsletter 1982
316 (BB) 3 Amnesty International undated, 1979-1984
316 (BB) 4 Aviv (Belarus) 1993
316 (BB) 5 Canadian Committee for Soviet Jewry 1982
316 (BB) 6 Center for Appeals for Freedom 1983
316 (BB) 7 Chicago Conference on Soviet Jewry undated
316 (BB) 8 Comite Des Quinze 1993
316 (BB) 9 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe 1978, 1981, 1987
316 (BB) 10 Committee of Concerned Scientists undated, 1985-1986
316 (BB) 11 Freedom Appeals [Freedom House, NYC] 1980-1983, 1987
316 (BB) 12 Glasnost Information Bulletin, Issues 1-18, 26-27 1987-1989
316 (BB) 13 Information Newsletter 1984
316 (BB) 14 Information Newsletter 1985
316 (BB) 15 Information Newsletter 1985
316 (BB) 16 Information Newsletter 1986
316 (BB) 17 Information Newsletter 1986
316 (BB) 18 Information Newsletter 1987
316 (BB) 19 Information Newsletter 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
317 (BB) 1 Information Newsletter 1988
317 (BB) 2 Information Newsletter 1988
317 (BB) 3 Information Newsletter 1988
317 (BB) 4 Information Newsletter 1989
317 (BB) 5 Information Newsletter 1990
317 (BB) 6 Insight - Soviet Jews (London) 1975-1976, 1978, 1980-1988
317 (BB) 7 Institute of Jewish Affairs - Research Report (London) 1986-1987
317 (BB) 8 International Interreligious Task Force 1977-1983, 1986
317 (BB) 9 Jewish News Weekly 1993
317 (BB) 10 Jews and Jewish Topics in Soviet and East-European Publications 1988
317 (BB) 11 Jews in the USSR (London) 1982-1986
317 (BB) 12 JISNA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) 1989
317 (BB) 13 Lifeline [Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry] 1996-2007
317 (BB) 14 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry 1983-1988
317 (BB) 15 Medical and Scientific Committee for Soviet Jewry 1982, 1984
317 (BB) 16 National Conference on Soviet Jewry 1982-1989
317 (BB) 17 National Jewish Organizations 1984
317 (BB) 18 Near East Report 1989-1990
317 (BB) 19 Outcry! [Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews] 1982-1984, 1987-1988
317 (BB) 20 Physics and Society [American Physical Society] 1981
317 (BB) 21 Radio Libety 1985-1986, 1988, 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
318 (BB) 1 Refusenik [Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry] 1979-1982
318 (BB) 2 Refusenik [Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry] 1983-1985
318 (BB) 3 Refusenik [Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry] 1986-1990
318 (BB) 4 Refusenik [Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry] 1991-1997
318 (BB) 5 Scientists Committee of the Israel Public Council for Soviet Jewry 1982-1983
318 (BB) 6 Scientists for the Release of Soviet Refuseniks 1982-1987
318 (BB) 7 Soviet / East European Report [Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty] 1989-1990
318 (BB) 8 Soviet American Review (Socialist Political-Econimic Survey) 1989-1990
318 (BB) 9 Soviet Labour Review (London) 1987-1990
318 (BB) 10 Soviet Muslims Brief, Central Asia Brief [Islamic Foundation, London, UK] 1991-1992
318 (BB) 11 Soviet Nationality Survey (London) 1985-1988
318 (BB) 12 Soviet Union and the Middle East, The [The Soviet and East European Research Center, Jerusalem] 1984-1990
318 (BB) 13 Soviet Union and the Middle East, The [The Soviet and East European Research Center, Jerusalem] 1990-1991
318 (BB) 14 Soviet Union and the Middle East, The [The Soviet and East European Research Center, Jerusalem] 1991-1992
318 (BB) 15 Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry 1984
318 (BB) 16 Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry 1985-1986, 1988
318 (BB) 17 Them: A Magazine on the Soviet Union and Its Allies 1988
318 (BB) 18 35's, The 1985-1986
318 (BB) 19 35's, The 1987
318 (BB) 20 35's, The 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
319 (BB) 1 35's, The 1989-1990
319 (BB) 2 35's, The 1991-1998
319 (BB) 3 UCSJ Monitor 1993
319 (BB) 4 UCSJ Monitor 1993
319 (BB) 5 UCSJ Monitor 1993
319 (BB) 6 UCSJ Monitor 1993
319 (BB) 7 UCSJ Monitor 1993
319 (BB) 8 UCSJ Monitor 1994
319 (BB) 9 UCSJ Monitor 1994
319 (BB) 10 UCSJ Monitor 1994
319 (BB) 11 UCSJ Monitor 1995
319 (BB) 12 UCSJ Monitor 1995
319 (BB) 13 UCSJ Monitor 1996
319 (BB) 14 UCSJ Monitor 1996
319 (BB) 15 UCSJ Quarterly Report 1984, 1986-1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
320 (BB) Miscellaneous Publications by CASJ and UCSJ 1978-1979, 1982-1983, 1985-1987, 1990-1991, 1993, 1998-2001
Box TitleDate
321 (BB)   Miscellaneous Publications Related to Soviet Jewry 1981, 1983, 1985-1992, 1994
Box TitleDate
322 (BB)   Publications in Russian: Samizdat on Jewish Culture, Antisemitic and Antizionist Literature 1981, 1983, 1985-1994
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Series X: Photographs, Audiovisual Materials and 3D Objects, undated, 1970s-2000s

Boxes 323-339, MAP1 folder (1 of 1).
Arrangement:

Numerically.

Scope and Content:

The series contains photographs, audio and video recordings, ephemera and commemorative objects pertaining to the activities of CASJ.

The Series is arranged in five subseries:
Subseries A: Ephemera and 3D Objects, undated, 1988, 1992
Subseries B: Audiotapes, circa 1980s-1990s
Subseries C: Video, Film and DVDs, circa 1980s-2000s
Subseries D: Posters, circa 1970s-1990s
Subseries E: Photographs and Slides, circa 1970s-2000s

Subseries A: Ephemera and 3D Objects, undated, 1988, 1992

Boxes 323, 330.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by type of objects.

Scope and Content:

Contains ephemera, bracelets commemorating the imprisonment of Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscience and a collection of SJM buttons.

BoxFolderTitleDate
323 1 Pamphlets, Brochures and Post Cards undated, 1988, 1992
323 2 Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons (8 designs) undated
323 3 Stickers, Bumper Stickers, Refrigerator Magnets undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
330 21 Three Metal Bracelets Stamped with Names of Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscience and Dates of Their Imprisonment: Edward Kuznetsov, Anatoly Sharansky, Marina Zharkina undated

Subseries B: Audiotapes, circa 1980s-1990s

Boxes 324-325.
Arrangement:

Numerically.

Scope and Content:

Contains audio recordings pertaining to the Soviet Jewry Movement on cassettes, microcassettes and tape reels. These audio recordings were not played back at the time of processing and their contents were not verified. The labels from the tapes, where available, are transcribed in quotation marks.

Box TitleDate
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 01 - "Tanya (Zunshine), November 3"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 02 - "Vladimir Slepak 100 second message asking for help 2/28/87"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 03 - "For Pam from Rudy Appel (Long Island Council for Soviet Jews) 5/22/90"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 04 - "Sharansky, Anatoly (congressional) / Bob Arsenault"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 05 - "Tiomkin, Ilya"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 06 - "Zunshine, Tanya, 2nd letter"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 07 - "Zunshine, release from prison, April 26, 1984"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 08 - "Zunshine, April letters"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 09 - "Zelichonok"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 10 - "Tatyana (Zunshine), Appeal"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 11 - "Gorodetsky, Tanya; Khanjakhi, March 19 / Zunshine, Tanya"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 12 - "Tanya Zunshine: statement to the Communist party, Congress, 1986"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 13 - "Palanker, Vili and Evgenya; Boris Yokshin, Leningrad 5/5/87"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 14 - "Fradkova, Nadezhda, letters and statements"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 15 - "Fradkova, Nadezhda, letters and statements"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 16 - "Commentary, Parshat Hukat and Balaak"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 17 - "Kholmiansky, Alexander"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 18 - "Genusov, Grigory"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 19 - "Lifshitz, Vladimir, Krasnogorsk"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 20 - "Music in the History of Jews © Association Tarbut"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 21 - "A Bouquet of Jewish Melodies © Association Tarbut"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 22 - "WBEZ Radio - Sandra Gair with Yuri Tarnopolsky 10/8/93"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 23 - "Refuseniks: Heroes of History, Bell Version, 19:35 CASJ"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 24 - "Refuseniks: Heroes of History, Audible Tape, CASJ"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 25 - "Kol Israel: Sent to Russia"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 26 - "Rabbi David Oler - Friday Evening Service, Beth Shalom Congregation, August 7, 1987"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 27 - "Alexander Yampolsky, recorded in Leningrad (Dolly Skobel) 6/23/82"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 28 - "Vilna: Speeches at Rally, to rename streets in Jewish ghetto, October 1988 / Georgy Belitsky to R. Lippitz, J. Schechter, 6/1989"
324 (BB)   Audiocassette 29 - "The Black Book: testimonies of Russian Jewish Holocaust survivors © Association Tarbut"
324 (BB)   Audiocassettes: 65 Unlabeled, Unidentified Audiocassettes
324 (BB)   Audiotape Reel (1/4" tape): "Refuseniks: Heroes of History, 7/13/85, revised 10/28/86, Bell Master, Channel 1: Prog., Channel 2: Bell"
324 (BB)   Audiotape Reel (1/4" tape): "Refuseniks: Heroes of History, 7/13/85, 50 Hz Master, Channel 1: Prog., Channel 2: 50Hz"
324 (BB)   Audiotape Reel (1/4" tape): "Refuseniks: Heroes of History, 7/13/85, edited narr. And outs"
324 (BB)   Audiotape Reel (1/4" tape): "Refuseniks: Heroes of History, Outs from Edits, 10/28/86"
324 (BB)   Audiotape Reel (1" tape): "Refuseniks: Heroes of History, Master Tape 7/13/85"
Box TitleDate
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 30 - “Secrets"
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 31 - “Midday: Dissidents and Refuseniks 2/11/88 Tape 2 of 2
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 32 - “Tatiana Z(unshine's) appeal to Amnesty International, February 23, 1984; Bernsteins”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 33 - “Telephone”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 34 - “Second Generation, Moscow, February 1988”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 35 - “Beilina, Moisey Liberman, 12/3/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 36 - “Conversation with Lev Utevsky, MAT, 2/5/89”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 37 - “Volodya Lifshitz”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 38 - “V. Lifshitz”
Box TitleDate
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 39 - “Natasha Khassina, MAT, 7/12/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 40 - “Vitznudel, M. Tzivin, MAT 2/23”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 41 - “Alievskaya; Elbert, send Lynn”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 42 - “Semonovsky”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 43 - “Lifshitz, September 26”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 44 - “Lifshitz”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 45 - “Leonid Travinsky, Second Generation”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 46 - “International Conference of Jewish Women, Kiev 1994, Antisemitism ”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 47 - “Conversation with Galina Zelichonok, February 4”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 48 - “Stolar, 11/29/82”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 49 - “Kun - Piano”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 50 - “Inna Elbert, October 26, 1983”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 51 - “Boris Lifshitz reads Galina's Letter”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 52 - “Anya Lifshitz, Party Congress”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 53 - “Edward Burshtein, 11/26/1986”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 54 - “Irlin - hunger strike, 8/18/86, 8/29/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 55 - “Burshtein Doc.”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 56 - “My Letter, Keston”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 57 - “Allen Pollack, N.D. Conference, 7/17/90”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 58 - “Lev Elbert”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 59 - “Begun”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 60 - “Ed(ward) Burs(shtein), English letter”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 61 - “Katya Gluzman”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 62 - “East Ger. For. Office (Sharansky), 2/5/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 63 - “Utevsky, 8/27/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 64 - “Natasha Ratner, 5/7”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 65 - “Dyomin, Chudnovsk, Chemo-Schwartz Speaks, 9/2”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 66 - “Tzivin, Fradkova, Oct. 1, 1986; Bernstein”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 67 - “Lev Elbert, 4/1/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 68 - “Stolar, Michel, 16/29”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 69 - “Story of a person in Baku by his wife in Russian; Speech by Vasilief, 12/86, Lev Sud via Glenn Kapetansky”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 70 - “Tzivin, Ash, Borovinsky, 3/11/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 71 - “Chanukah and Purim, USSR, 12/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 72 - “Mkrtchyan, 2/3/88”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 73 - “Kagan, 11/7/85”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 74 - “Joseph Bernsteins Complaint”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 75 - “Lev Elbert, 5/4/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 76 - “Utevsky”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 77 - “Irlin, 11/8/85”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 78 - “Irlin, 1/21/86; Stolar, 1/20/86, 1/23/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 79 - “Stolar, 2/3/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 80 - “Stolar, 2/17/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 81 - “Stolar, 9/5/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 82 - “Stolar, 10/27/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 83 - “Israel, U. of C.”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 84 - “Lifshitz and Demin”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 85 - “Lev Utevsky, 5/28, MAT”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 86 - “Victor”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 87 - “Boris Lifshitz, Nina Nadgorny, MAT, 7/14/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 88 - “Lifshitz, 7/8/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 89 - “Koriagin”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 90 - “Slava - Letter, Danovitch”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 91 - “Lurie and B. Nadgorny”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 92 - “M. Stolar, 1/30/86; WBBM, 7/19/85”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 93 - “Israel 3”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 94 - “Israel, End”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 95 - “Zelichonok, Lifshitz, 4 Letters”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 96 - “Reizer and Sorkin, singing and talking”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 97 - “Tzivin, Fradkova; Panovich article in Evening Moscow”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 98 - “Matlina, Second Generation, to Denisev, El. Of Dist. 16; Tzivin ”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 99 - “Stolar, biographical information, 6/30/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 100 - “Stolar, June 14, 1982, July 15, 1982, August 23, 1982”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 101 - “Letter from Friends”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 102 - “Potpourri Soviet Jewry, WVUX”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 103 - “Cong. Briefing #1, 3/9/93”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 104 - “Evidence of Telephone Jamming: Zunshine, Lifshitz, Jan. 29/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 105 - “Conversation with Boris Katz”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 106 - “Solel Soviet Jewry Service, 5/9/80”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 107 - “Lifshitz, 3/21/85, 4/20/85”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 108 - “Leningrad: Yuri Cherniak, Evgeny Lein, Irina Lein, Elena Keis-Kuna”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 109 - “Board Meeting, 3/8”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 110 - “Zunshine”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 111 - “Riga Statement, Chicago trip”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 112 - “Solel phone call to Aryeh Volovsky, Ap. 79; Sue Mednick”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 113 - “Midday: Dissidents and Refuseniks 2/11/88 Tape 1 of 2”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 114 - “Isiomin, Leningrad, 1988; recorded by Mamutchka Latynsky on 7/7/88”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 115 - “Zachar Zunshine and Tatiana with Pam Cohen on Ext. 720 - Milten Rosenberg, 9/28/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 116 - “Board Meeting, 3/8/93”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 117 - “National Strategy Forum, Tape #2”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 118 - “Rosh Hash., Aug 21”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 119 - “Zachar Zunshine and Tatiana with Pam Cohen on Ext. 720 - Milten Rosenberg, 9/28/87 #3”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 120 - “Yuri Semenovsky, home, 7/22/88”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 121 - “Yuri Semenovsky: stories in Russian”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 122 - “Burshtein, Zev Seid, Call on Aug. 27”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 123 - “Y. Kosharovskiy, chronicle of events, "Our Priorities", Reportage from Leningrad, music (in Russian) ”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 124 - “Religious People: Tbilisi”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 125 - “Letters”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 126 - “Ira, "Ask the Rabbi," Feb. 8, 1981”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 127 - “Murinson, reports”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 128 - “Russian Laws: History/Biography of a Refusenik (?)”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 129 - “Semenovsky Office, Wednesday, July 20, 1988; Meshkoff, July 21, 1988”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 130 - “Odessa I”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 131 - “Vilna I”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 132 - “Derbent I”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 133 - “Ukraine I”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 134 - “Georgia I”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 135 - “Riga I”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 136 - “Moscow I”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 137 - “Moscow II (part 1-2)”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 138 - “Moscow II (part 3)”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 139 - “Moscow III”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 140 - “Moscow III”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 141 - “Leningrad II”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 142 - “Cong. Yates: Tolya, 2/11/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 143 - “Leonid Stonov, 12/17/90, WBEZ, 1:00”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 144 - “Eugenia Palanker, 6/17/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 145 - “Alla”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 146 - “Pamyat”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 147 - “Hunger Strike; to E.D., to V.O.A.”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 148 - “Avrom”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 149 - “Israel”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 150 - “Lev Utevsky, 3/31”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 151 - “Friedman, Ovir”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 152 - “Gorodetsky, 2/27/85”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 153 - “Pavel Abramovich - Letter to Gorbachev, 11/3/1987”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 154 - “Yasha, Feb. 15, 1985”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 155 - “Yusefovich - Hyder Letter”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 156 - “Burshtein-Lifshitz, 8/27”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 157 - “Peltzman”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 158 - “Refusenik, Editorial”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 159 - “Yuri Medvedkov, June 16”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 160 - “Slava Shifrin, 4/30”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 161 - “Michael Stolar, permissions”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 162 - “Stolar, 12/18/84”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 163 - “Natasha Ratner, Edelstein, mother of Gudavas, 2/26”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 164 - “Rae Sharfman, 1/27”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 165 - “Lev Sud, Ari Valovsky, 5/4/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 166 - “Board Meeting, 3/8”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 167 - “Russian Tapes #1”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 168 - “Russian Tapes #2”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 169 - “Congressional Briefing, 3/9/93”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 170 - “Nadgorny, Yatchkov-Brenner”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 171 - “Lev Sud, Sasha, etc., 1/27”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 172 - “Jill G., 1/29/86, Stolar 1/27/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 173 - “Sud Appeal, Priority, Also Lifshitz and Zelichonok”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 174 - “Abe Stolar, 4/11/88”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 175 - “Irlin, 3/4/86; Stolar, 3/10/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 176 - “Igor Chernoshwartz-Avram Deomin w/apologies (CCSJ), August 20, 1987, Leningrad”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 177 - “Mark Yusefovich-Letter to President Reagan, 3/29/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 178 - “Gudava, July 2, 1987”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 179 - “Critical: 2nd draft of immigration law, Dec. 16”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 180 - “To Geneva”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 181 - “Burshtein #1, 9/8/86; Slava Shifrin”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 182 - “Shabbat, © Association Tarbut”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 183 - “Salute the Breaking Dawn, © Association Tarbut”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 184 - “Nil Desperandum Jews, Nil Desperandum, © Association Tarbut”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 185 - “Pesach, © Association Tarbut”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 186 - “Lest We Forget, © Association Tarbut”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 187 - “Cantor-moderator”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 188 - “Chaim B.-,M.Tzivin”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 189 - “Byaly-MAT, 1/13/88”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 190 - “Anya Lifshitz, Misha Beizer, 3/11/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 191 - “Misha Alexandrovich, Riga, taped on October 1992”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 192 - “News-Pam”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 193 - “Lev Elbert, 3/30/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 194 - “Khassin”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 195 - “Igor Chernoshwartz; (?) and Semyon Ash”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 196 - “Lev Sud, 3/20/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 197 - “Phone conversation with Lev Sud, Feb. 16, 1987”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 198 - “Chernoshwartz (MAT), 5/27/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 199 - “Letter - Y. Medvedkov, 6/17/86”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 200 - “Zelkind, May 1985; Rochlyn”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 201 - “Sharansky Interview; Vass.-Utevsky”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 202 - “Burshtein, 28; 5th Dear Dep.”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 203 - “Lev's letter for Yasha, religious gatherings; Chaim Burshtein”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 204 - “Lev Sud Inf.; Yasha”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 205 - “New Inf.”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 206 - “Popov; Victor Dubin”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 207 - “Leonid 1”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 208 - “Yasha”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 209 - “Yasha, Nov. 10th, Lein arrest”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 210 - “Potpourri Soviet Jewry, WVUX”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 211 - “Shpeizman-Friedman”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 212 - “Pam's Copenhagen-Soviet mission, 5/28/90, 6/10/90, tape #2”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 213 - “Leonid 2”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 214 - “Taped by Manutchka Latinsky and Isiomin, Leningrad, 7/7/88”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 215 - “The misuse of psychiatry to supress dissent”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 216 - “Holocaust”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 217 - “Mila Volovsky, S. Murinson, Lev Sud, N. Beckman, Feb. 3, 1986”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 218 - “N. Gurevich”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 219 - “Appeal, D.R.S.”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 220 - “TV interview w/ Pamyat leaders”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 221 - “Kagan, 12/24/84”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 222 - “Phone Conversation with Alla (?), Alec Zelichonok, Feb. 11, 1987”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 223 - “Elbert Letter, Emigration Code, 2/1/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 224 - “Lev Utevsky, 11/23”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 225 - “Lev Sud, Natalia Ratner, Sasha Murinson, 1/13/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 226 - “Pam's Copenhagen-Soviet mission, 5/28/90, 6/10/90, tape #1”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 227 - “Stachenko”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 228 - “Chernoshatz”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 229 - “Peltzman”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 230 - “Chernoshwartz, July 8, 1987”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 231 - “Hunger strike, Zoya K. transc.”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 232 - “Galina Lifshitz, letter to Shultz”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 233 - “Fradkova #2”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 234 - “Geizel”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 235 - “Rozhansky”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 236 - “Announcement of April 23-Rozhanskaya, Naomi's letter original”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 237 - "Lev Utevsky, 3/16”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 238 - "From Palanker, Russian, 4/3/87”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 239 - "Zelkind in Austria, 4-8 Lev; Israeli Citizenships”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 240 - "Peltzman”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 241 - "Kira Volovsky”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 242 - "Sud-2nd Letter, Gurevich”
325 (BB)   Audiocassette 243 - "Zelichonok Appeal, Oct. 3, 1985”
325 (BB)   Microcassettes: 9 microcassettes

Subseries C: Video, Film and DVDs, circa 1980s-2000s

Boxes 326-329.
Arrangement:

Numerically.

Scope and Content:

Contains video, film and digital video recordings pertaining to the Soviet Jewry Movement on VHS, Betacam, 16mm and 8mm film and DVDs. These video and film recordings were not played back at the time of processing and their contents were not verified. The labels from the tapes, where available, are transcribed in quotation marks. The DVDs contain a short video feature film on CAJFSU and a historical footage of Jewish communities in Moldova.

Box TitleDate
326 (BB)   VHS 01 – “Herzog Lecture, Yuri Rozenbaum: Religious Liberty Legislation in the USSR, The John Marshall Law School, February 10, 1990”
326 (BB)   VHS 02 – “The Price of Freedom, UCSJ”
326 (BB)   VHS 03 – “The Price of Freedom, UCSJ, Refised, Five Versions, National Voter Contact 8/30/88”
326 (BB)   VHS 04 – “Talking Hands, Minsk, 2002, Dances, Reading Rabbi Goldhamer's Letter, Celebration of Hanukah, Songs, Talks, Shekhet, 2002 (Copy 1)”
326 (BB)   VHS 05 – “Soviet Dissidents 4/7/83”
326 (BB)   VHS 06 – “Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry: Abe Stolar, 10/21/86”
326 (BB)   VHS 07 – “Jewish Dawn, Korosten, Ukraine, Shearis Israel, 2003”
326 (BB)   VHS 08 – “6-Day War and Yom-Kipur War Documentaries of 1967 and 1973 wars, Secam-B format only, USSR TV and VCRs, Distributed by SCCSJ, Studio City, CA”
326 (BB)   VHS 09 – “Uchenye I (Scientists I), Pal or Secam”
326 (BB)   VHS 10 – “Sharansky Visit to Chicago, December 1986”
326 (BB)   VHS 11 – “Teresa Garden Show, Nancy Rosenfeld and Yuri Tarnapolsky Interview 10/7/93”
326 (BB)   VHS 12 – “Talking Hands, Minsk, 2002”
326 (BB)   VHS 13 – “Re-Remembering, Chicago Action for Jews in the Former Soviet Union, 2002”
326 (BB)   VHS 14 – “Free at Last: Interviews in Jerusalem with Semyon Yantovsky and Erlina Matlina; Mikhail Elbert; Mikhail and Irina Kara-Ivanov; Marina Kitrovsky; Mikhail Kholmyansky; Yuri Stern, November 15, 1987”
326 (BB)   VHS 15 – “Jews of our Town, Novograd-Volynsky, 11/06/98; Meeting in Memory of Jews of Novograd Volynsky, 10/10/99”
326 (BB)   VHS 16 – “Victor and Batsheva”
326 (BB)   VHS 17 – “Refusenik Interviews: Samiolovich, Lurie, Lifshitz, 3/8”
326 (BB)   VHS 18 – “Genocide, Russian Subtitles, Secam-H, 84 minutes, Distributed by SCCSJ, Studio City, CA”
326 (BB)   VHS 19 – “Channel 38, Among Friends, Andrew Ceelen, Recorded 7/17/91”
326 (BB)   VHS 20 – “Congressional Meeting, Deconcini-Hoyek, CSCE, Human Rights, Moscow, Leningrad, November 1988”
326 (BB)   VHS 21 – “Kolyma documentary”
326 (BB)   VHS 22 – “On the cutting edge”
326 (BB)   VHS 23 – “One Generation More, Rough Cut, Joan Churchill, Film Transfer, 06/13/89”
326 (BB)   VHS 24 – “Field trip to USSR, 1987: Guidance Group, Vladimir Kislik, Gennady Reznikov, Michael Guttman, Evgeny Lieberman, Evgeny Lein, Vladimir Dashevsky, Irina Lein, Alec Zelichonok, Eduard Markov translating for Olga and Josef Latinsky”
326 (BB)   VHS 25 – “Moscow Tape I: Alexander Pyatetsky, Marina Durnovo, Sergei Mkrtchyan and poor relatives, Jewish cultural group: Misha Chlenov, Yuli Kosharovsky, Elie Lifshitz, Sasha Schmuckler”
326 (BB)   VHS 26 – “Introduction, human rights and Soviet legal system 9:45-11:00”
326 (BB)   VHS 27 – “Dissident in the Soviet Union 11:05-12:35”
326 (BB)   VHS 28 – “Legal Advocacy of human rights in Soviet Union 11/16/86”
326 (BB)   VHS 29 – “Perspective on linkage 11/16/86”
326 (BB)   VHS 30 – “The trial of Yuli Edelshtein 11/16/86”
Box TitleDate
327 (BB)   VHS 31– “Sharansky-UCSJ, Jerusalem, September 19, 1986”
327 (BB)   VHS 32– “Berdichev, Pesach 1999 (European system, not converted)”
327 (BB)   VHS 33– “Novograd-Volynskyi, visit from Cecile Levy, North Shore Congregation Israel, 10/11/96 (not converted)”
327 (BB)   VHS 34 – “Jewish Dawn 2, Korosten, Ukraine, Shearis Israel, 7 minutes”
327 (BB)   VHS 35 – “Yerevan, meeting in the memory of Holocaust, Jewish community of Armenia, April 13, 1999 (American system)”
327 (BB)   VHS 36 – “Daugavpils, dedication of new building, February 1997”
327 (BB)   VHS 37 – “Minsk, Talking Hands, Shekhet, 2000”
327 (BB)   VHS 38 – “Minsk, Talking Hands, Shekhet (deaf), 2003”
327 (BB)   VHS 39 – “Tula, Hasdey Neshama, Clasmer, CASJ, 1998”
327 (BB)   VHS 40 – “Yurmala Shabbat Lunch, June 6, 1998”
327 (BB)   VHS 41 – “Yeshiva Tiferet Zvi, Tbilisi, PAL”
327 (BB)   VHS 42 – “Official Opening of Solomon Mikhoels Cultural Center, Moscow”
327 (BB)   VHS 43 – “Organizational meeting of Soviet Jewish group in USSR”
327 (BB)   VHS 44 – “Novograd-Volynskyi, the concert and the meeting dedicated to the memory of the local Jews.”
327 (BB)   VHS 45 – “It is history about Naum Slobodskiy (PAL or SECAM)”
327 (BB)   VHS 46 – “YE in Russia”
327 (BB)   VHS 47 – “USSR”
327 (BB)   VHS 48 – “Almaty, Rabbi to David, 53 minutes”
327 (BB)   VHS 49 – “Chelyabinsk, 1992”
327 (BB)   VHS 50 – “Vysokiy, Russia, 2005-2006 (European system)”
327 (BB)   VHS 51 – “The Jewish Community of Berdichev, Rosh Hashana 1997, 8/19/98”
327 (BB)   VHS 52 – “The Jewish Community of Berdichev, Rosh Hashana 1997”
327 (BB)   VHS 53 – “Baby Yar Meeting, 09/25/88”
327 (BB)   VHS 54 – “Jews of Minsk”
327 (BB)   VHS 55 – “Shearis Israel-Korosten, Ukraine, 3/00, 12 minutes”
327 (BB)   VHS 56 – “Novograd-Volynskyi, visiting old needy Jews and distributing Yad L'Yad aid 1998-1999”
327 (BB)   VHS 57 – “Baku (NTSC)”
327 (BB)   VHS 58 – “Korosten, Ukraine-Shearis Israel, Rabbi Shapoff”
327 (BB)   VHS 59 – “TV program Vzglyad, May 19, 1989, about nationalist society Pamyat (Memory) meeting in Luzhniky on May 14, 1989”
327 (BB)   VHS 60 – “Novograd-Volynskyi, June 1995”
327 (BB)   VHS 61 – “Inside Russia, 20:00, 1/11/83”
Box TitleDate
328 (BB)   VHS 62 – “Bob Plako, International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, Isaiah II”
328 (BB)   VHS 63 – “Andrey Lifchitz family Shabbat, October 24, 1986; Moscow Synagogue, Simchat Torah, October 26, 1986”
328 (BB)   VHS 64 – “Jonathan Feldstein”
328 (BB)   VHS 65 – “NBC, Barry Kaufman, Sept. 15, 1986; Marty Motew, Lev Goldfarb, Sept. 17, 1986”
328 (BB)   VHS 66 – “Steiner Trip: Moscow, Kiev, Vilnius, Leningrad, December 1988”
328 (BB)   VHS 67 – “Rosenfeld 562 on SLP, 6-hour play, NBC Monitor 5”
328 (BB)   VHS 68 – “Korotich and Pamyat”
328 (BB)   VHS 69 – “Dr. Robert Spector, Tiraspol, May 1998”
328 (BB)   VHS 70 – “Doctor's mission, Vic Borden, November 1987”
328 (BB)   VHS 71 – “Congressional Delegation to Perm Labor Camp 35”
328 (BB)   VHS 72 – “Hirelings and Accomplices, Friends, CASJ”
328 (BB)   VHS 73 – “Friends, tape from CASJ”
328 (BB)   VHS 74 – “NBC-TV Friends, 7/10/83, USSR Refuseniks”
328 (BB)   VHS 75 – “Pam's and Micah's trip to Moscow (NTSC original)”
328 (BB)   VHS 76 – “Wallenberg 4/85”
328 (BB)   VHS 77 – “Jay Stein, Soviet Jewry Interviews, Target 23, 10/21/86; Forum 13, 10/28/86”
328 (BB)   VHS 78 – “Abe Stolar Tape, NBC-Ch. 5, Rich, Samuel”
328 (BB)   VHS 79 – “Jews of Moscow; Sharansky, meet the press, 2/16/86”
328 (BB)   VHS 80 – “Avital, ABC, Chicago, 3/23/79”
328 (BB)   VHS 81 – “Sharansky, Penzias Interview, 6/15/86”
328 (BB)   VHS 82 – “Sharansky, Penzias Interview, 7/23/86”
328 (BB)   VHS 83 – “NTSC - American, Tanya Edelshtein, June 11, 1986, Moscow; Galina Zelichonok, June 18th, 1986, Leningrad”
328 (BB)   VHS 84 – “Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Swedish TV interviews, 2/10/87, VHS NTSC Dub, Tape 1”
328 (BB)   VHS 85 – “Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Swedish TV interviews, 2/10/87, VHS NTSC Dub, Tape 2”
328 (BB)   VHS 86 – “ABC News Nightline: Russia: Classified 1990”
328 (BB)   VHS 87 – “Helsinki Human Rights Day Demonstration 8/1/91”
328 (BB)   VHS 88 – “Heritage: History of Jews with Abba Eban 10/84”
328 (BB)   VHS 89 – “Andrew Ceelen, Among Friends, Soviet Jewry, TV 38 WCFC/Chicago”
328 (BB)   VHS 90 – “Cabbages and Kings, 8/11/81; Cabbages and Kings w/Marty Oberman, 8/8/81; Cabbages and Kings w/Misha Eidelman, 10/30/81; A.M. Chicago 5/3/82; Micah on McGlouhin, 8/12/89”
328 (BB)   VHS 91 – “Leonid Kelpert: When Darkness Falls”
328 (BB)   VHS 92 – “F. Fainberg”
328 (BB)   VHS 93 – “Glasnost and the Jews: KTCA-TV Minneapolis, one hour”
328 (BB)   VHS 94 – “Jews and History”
328 (BB)   VHS 95 – “CASJ, "Refuseniks", 22:00, 7/28/86”
328 (BB)   VHS 96 – “Children of Refuseniks”
Box TitleDate
329 (BB)   VHS 97 – “A Response to the Bigotry and Hatred of the Nation of Islam, Rabbi Avi Weiss at Kean College, Union, NJ, February 16, 1994, Coalition for Jewish Concerns - AMCHA”
329 (BB)   VHS 98 – “Yad Yisroel”
329 (BB)   VHS 99 – “Frontline, Russian Life, Comrades in 1980s”
329 (BB)   VHS 100 – “Yerevan, Holocaust, the Jewish Community of Armenia 13/04/99 (European System)”
329 (BB)   VHS 101 – “60 Minutes, The Ugly Face of Freedom, Antisemitism in Western Ukraine, 10/23/94”
329 (BB)   VHS 102 – “Lerner”
329 (BB)   VHS 103 – “Pamela Cohen”
329 (BB)   VHS 104 – “Tuscon Tape”
329 (BB)   VHS 105 – “Yelistratov Film”
329 (BB)   VHS 106 – “Jews of the Soviet Union, Congregation B'Nai Tikvah Deerfield, Illinois”
329 (BB)   VHS 107 – “Sharing the Light, International Conference of Jewish Women, Kiev, 1994; Project Kesher”
329 (BB)   VHS 108 – “Freedom of Movement for All Symposium”
329 (BB)   VHS 109 – “Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry: Yakov Lubman, Dora Kazachkov, 4/16/90”
329 (BB)   VHS 110 – “Kosher Messiah by Tchavdar Gueorguiev, Chutzpah Films (20 minute excerpt)”
329 (BB)   VHS 111 – “An Evening with Gov. Waihee and Mark Talisman 12/28/87, sponsored by Hawaiian Action for Soviet Jewry Foundation, 49 minutes”
329 (BB)   VHS 112 – “Sharansky, Public Service Announcement”
329 (BB)   VHS 113– “Happy New Year”
329 (BB)   VHS - (lable illegible)
329 (BB)   VHS - (lable illegible)
329 (BB)   Betacam: “Chelyabinsk, 1992, Master”
329 (BB)   Betacam: “CASJ, "Refuseniks," 40:00, 1/9/86”
329 (BB)   Betacam: “Dreaming Against the Wind, Truman's Russian Program, 29:25”
329 (BB)   Betacam: “Kup's Show, Sharansky, Satter, 3/2/84, 11 WTTW, Chicago, 35:15”
329 (BB)   16mm Film: “Ida Nudel in Exile (BACSJ)”
329 (BB)   16mm Film: “Weingarten, Solomon: Refusenik”
329 (BB)   8mm Video Tape, Unlabeled
BoxFolderTitleDate
330 19 DVD: Re-Remembering, Chicago Action for Jews in the Former Soviet Union (3 copies) 2002
330 20 DVD: Persons and Sites in Falesti, Beltsy and Ismail 1936

Subseries D: Posters, circa 1970s-1990s

Box 331 (OS6) and MAP1 folder.
Arrangement:

Numerically.

Scope and Content:

Contains posters related to the Soviet Jewry movement produced by CASJ and other SJM organizations. Also included are several posters advertising Jewish cultural events in the USSR and FSU. Also contains Soviet propaganda posters with antisemitic, anti-Zionist, anti-religious, anti-American, pro-Communim, pro-Perestroika and other similar subject matter. The posters are arranged by number assigned to each poster during processing.

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331 (OS6)   2007.51.001 - "Cultural Exchange without Freedom for Soviet Jewry," Critique of USA-USSR Cultural Exchange, 16"X25"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.002 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, "Zionism is Today's Fascism," Swastika and Suffering Lebanese Design, 19"X26"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.003 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, "Answer!”, Figure With Missile/Ax Design, 19"X26"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.004 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, "Retrubution is Inevitable," Soviet Anti-Zionist Propaganda, “Nuremberg Trial for Begin Design,” 19"X26"
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MAP1 2007.51.005 - "From Russia with Yiddish", Poster for a Klezmer Concert in Moscow, Red Star Design, 23"X34"
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MAP1 2007.51.006 - "Enchanted Theatre," Poster for a Play in Moscow Jewish Theater Shalom, 26"X43"
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331 (OS6)   2007.51.007 – Calendar, Text in Russian, 18"X23"
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MAP1 2007.51.008 - "Jewish Theme in Works of Contemporary Ukrainian Artists," Image of Angel Blowing Horn, 24"X35"
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MAP1 2007.51.009 - Text in Russian, Vest on Clothing Hanger, 23"X35"
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MAP1 2007.51.010 - Text in Russian, Face Covered by Hand, 23"X35"
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MAP1 2007.51.011 - Text in Russian, Face on Purple Background, 26"X39"
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MAP1 2007.51.012 - Man and Dog Sitting on Bench, 23"X36"
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MAP1 2007.51.013 - "Tanya and Yuri Semenovsky," b/w Photo of Man and Woman Sitting, 24"X36"
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MAP1 2007.51.014 - "1941/1991," Yellow Star of David Between Two Hands, 24"X35"
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331 (OS6)   2007.51.015 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Antireligious Caricautre, 13"X19"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.016 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, L: Man At Podium; C: Woman with Broomstick; R: Sleeping at Bench, 13"X19"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.017 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Antialcoholism, 13"X19"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.018 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Hammer and Sicle on Red Background, 17"X22"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.019 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Hammer and Sickle and Star at Top Left, 19"X26"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.020 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Red and White Image of Lenin, 19"X27"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.021 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, "Zionism - It Is Fascism Today!" Caricature of Begin Holding "Made in USA" Rocket Next To Hitler
331 (OS6)   2007.51.022 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, "1946, Begin’s Clique—Retribution is Inevitable,” 19"X26"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.023 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, “Shame to Murderers” Arm Tying up Israeli Soldier Holding‘Made in USA’ Rocket, Standing in Pool of Blood with the Word Labeled “Lebanon” 19"X26"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.024 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, “Stop Israeli Murderers” Blue Outline of Hand with Text in Middle, 19"X26"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.025 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, “Stop Israel” Hand Restraining Hand Holding Rocket With Words "Made in USA," 19"X26"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.026 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, "For The Arab Peoples! – Peace, Security, Independence!" Green and White Drawing of Man in Middle Eastern Headdress, 19"X27"
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MAP1 2007.51.027 – Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Lenin Next to Kremlin Clock Tower, 27"X38"
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MAP1 2007.51.028 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Potrait of Lenin, 26"X39"
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MAP1 2007.51.029 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Cruiser Aurora 26"X38"
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MAP1 2007.51.030 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, “Perestroika,” Cruiser Aurora, 27"X38"
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MAP1 2007.51.031 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Cruiser Aurora, Red Flag, 27"X38"
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MAP1 2007.51.032 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian "The Tragedy of Lebanon," Showing Images of People Injured, Detsruction of Buildings, Woman with Children, 26"X38"
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MAP1 2007.51.033 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Perestroika, Glasnost, Democracy, Man with Moustache in Blue Suit, 23"X46"
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MAP1 2007.51.034 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, “Glasnost is not for Settling of Personal Grudges,” Black Sludge Being Poured on Man's Head, 22"X34"
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MAP1 2007.51.035 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, “Perestroika, Labor…”, Hands Holding Red Star, 22"X34"
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MAP1 2007.51.036 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, “Perestroika, Glasnost…”, Man Wearing Construction Hat, 26"X39"
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MAP1 2007.51.037 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Lenin in Front of USSR Flag, 23"X46"
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331 (OS6)   2007.51.038 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Poster with Photo of Mikhail Gorbachev, 20"X26"
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MAP1 2007.51.039 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, “Perestroika, 1917,” 32"X42"
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331 (OS6)   2007.51.040 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, CIA Man Showing $100 Bills to a Priest in Front of Microphone, 13"X19"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.041 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Boy Showing Drawing to Priest, 13"X19"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.042 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Antisuperstition Caricature, Man with Blue Facial Bandage, 13"X19"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.043 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Two Drunks, 13"X20"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.044 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Antimaterialistic and Antireligious Caricatures: Woman Kneeling in Front of Coat; T.R.: Man Kneeling in Front of Car; Bottom: Adults and Boy Kneeling in Front of Candles, 13"X19"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.045 - Soviet Propaganda Poster, Text in Russian, Antisuperstition, Man at the Airport, 13"X19"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.046 - "Yakov Levin," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.047 - "Josef Begun," Text in Hebrew, b/w ,Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.048 - "Ida Nudel," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.049 - "Anatoly Scharansky," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.050 - "Yevgeny Aizenberg," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.051 - "Anatoly Virshubsky," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.052 - "Nadezhda Fradkova," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.053 - "Yuly Edelshtein," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.054 - "Josif Bernshtein," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.055 - "Mark Nepomniaschy," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.056 - "Zahar Zunshan," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.057 - "Moshe Abramov," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.058 - "Ari Volvovsky," Text in Hebrew, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.059 - "Fanya Fradkin Isn't Laughing…." b/w, Photo of Young Girl, 11"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.060 - "Office of the Mayor, City of Chicago: Proclamation," Declaration of "Soviet Jewry Freedom Week in Chicago, 3/21/1989” by Chicago Mayor Eugene Sawyer, 11"X14"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.061 - "Send the Gift of Knowledge to Jews in the Soviet Union," Advertisement for Project Sefer; Black Text on Yellow Background; Top: b/w Photo of Boys in Kipot, 12"X17"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.062 - "Compassion and Justice for Legal Immigrants," Poster Advertising 4/14/1997 Pro-Immigrant Rally; Statue of Liberty Drawing on Left, 20"X26"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.063 - Left Frame: "State of Illinois: Executive Deparment: PROCLAMATION"; Right Frame: "Office of the Mayor: City of Chicago: Proclamation," L: Proclamation of 9-13-1983 by IL Governor; R: Proclamation of 10/6/1982 by Chicago Mayor Jane M. Byrne, 22"X25"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.064-A - "Raoul Wallenberg," Poster, b/w Photo of Raoul Wallenberg, 17"X22"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.064-B - "A Tribute Exhibit: April 2-April 23," Poster with Announcement for Exhibit on Raoul Wallenberg, 17"X22"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.065 - "Chicago Cares About Soviet Jews!", Poster, b/w Photo of Elderly Couple; Woman Wears Glasses, 17"X21"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.066-A - "Jewish Culture on Trial - Dr. Yosef Begun, Aged 50," Photo of Yosef Begun at Top Right, 18"X24"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.066-B - "Yad L'Yad is A Program That Pairs…," Advertisement for Yad L'Yad; Pink/Red Letters on White Background, 18"X24"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.067 - "Josif Bernshtein," Poster, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 21"X30"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.068-A - "Zahar Zunshain," Poster, b/w, Refusenik Photo, 21"X28"
331 (OS6)   2007.51.068-B -"Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry," Blue Block Letters: "Chicago
331 (OS6)   2007.51.069 - "Let My People Go, Soviet Jewry Freedom Bus," Blue and Red Chain Link Design, 11"X15"

Subseries E: Photographs and Slides, circa 1980s-2000s

Boxes 323, 330, 332-339.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

Contains Photographs, Digital Photographs and Slides. The photographs depict Soviet Jews, Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience, Refusenik protest demonstrations in the USSR, Soviet Jewry movement events in the USA and other countries, Jewish communities in the FSU.

BoxFolderTitleDate
330 1 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 2 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 3 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 4 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 5 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 6 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 7 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 8 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 9 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 10 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 11 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 12 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 13 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 14 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 15 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 16 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 17 CD-ROM: Photographs: Yekaterinburg 2006
330 18 CD-ROM: Photographs: Ukraine, Moldova undated
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332   Photographs 1980s-2010
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333   Photographs 1980s-2010
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334   Photographs 1980s-2010
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335   Photographs 1980s-2010
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336   Photographs 1980s-2010
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337   Photographs 1980s-2010
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338   Photographs 1980s-2010
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339   Photographs 1980s-2010
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323 4 Slides: Demonstration for Soviet Jewry, Chicago (12 Slides) undated
323 5 Slides: Moscow Camp-Oheb Shalom Congregation (8 Slides) undated
323 6 Slides: Moscow: Klots, 1st Visit-Documents and Pictures (63 Slides) undated
323 7 Slides: Paintings of Lev Sud 1986
323 8 Slides: Refusenik Exhibit circa 1982
323 9 Slides: Slide Show: "Refuseniks: Heroes of History" undated
323 10 Slides: Slide Show: "Refuseniks: Their Faces, Their Fates" (84 Slides) undated
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