Guide to the Records of Union of Councils for Soviet Jews
undated, 1948, 1954, 1963-1965, 1967-2000

*I-410, *I-410A

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Finding aid was encoded by Andrey Filimonov, February 2015. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Union of Councils for Soviet Jews
Title: Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, records
Dates:undated, 1948, 1954, 1963-1965, 1967-2000
Abstract: The collection contains the records of the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews (UCSJ), an umbrella institution for approximately 50 grassroots organizations active in the movement to free Soviet Jews. The records documenting the UCSJ's operations, programs, and campaigns relate primarily to the 1980's, when the rescue movement reached its pinnacle of success and international attention, and to the 1990's, reflecting UCSJ's work on behalf of human rights after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The records include materials of UCSJ individual councils; materials by the Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, an affiliate of UCSJ; and a large volume of case files of Prisoners of Conscience, Refuseniks, and Soviet Jews who were allowed to emigrate to the West.
Languages: The collection is predominantly in English, with Russian and Yiddish.
Quantity: 160.5 linear feet (107 bankers boxes, 83 manuscript boxes, 3 OS1 boxes, 3 oversized folders and 1 MAP folder)
Identification: I-410, I-410A
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
Location: Located in AJHS New York, NY
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Historical Note
Union of Councils for Soviet Jewry staff at a mid-year conference in San Francisco, March 1979

Union of Councils for Soviet Jewry staff at a mid-year conference in San Francisco, March 1979

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, those actions started to attract attention of the mainstream Jewish community and led to creation of the first organizations devoted specifically to the support of the Soviet Jews, namely the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry (AJCSJ) and Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ) in 1964. The former, due to the conflicts in tactics and strategy, proved to be dysfunctional and failed to effectively pursue the goals set at its creation. It placed emphasis on the work using the official channels, but lost dynamism and was considered by many as rather a think tank than a defense organization. It was replaced by the National Conference on Soviet Jewry in 1971. The latter organization, SSSJ, limited itself to work mostly within the college students' ranks and among youth volunteers. A need was thus felt for a more broadly determined 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 injustice of the Soviet regime, and multiplied grass roots organizations.

A broad-based grassroots network was created in 1970 by, most notably, Louis Rosenblum of the Cleveland Council on Soviet Antisemitism, 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.

Originally founded as a confederation of six grass-roots organizations, Union of Council for Soviet Jews (UCSJ) eschewed the inefficiencies that afflicted the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry by establishing its own strategy. UCSJ initiated wide scale person-to-person contact with Soviet Jews via mail and phone, as well as effectively engaging volunteer American travelers to the Soviet Union. UCSJ representatives were tasked with locating and making contact with Refuseniks in order to research and coordinate relief for their cases. UCSJ shared its know-how and extensive information database with a wider American Jewish community. Eventually, UCSJ's methods were adopted by organizations like the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry and the National Conference on Soviet Jewry.

Among the widely successful programs developed by UCSJ were "Adopt-a-Family" (matching American and Soviet Jewish Refusenik families), "Adopt-a-Prisoner" (sending packages and monitoring the conditions of imprisonment for the Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscience), Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning (matching Bar and Bat Mitzvahs in America with those in the USSR in order to perform in absentia ceremonies for the children in the USSR, who were barred from the Jewish coming of age rituals by the Soviet law), and Tarbut (sending literature on Jewish culture and religion to the USSR). UCSJ regularly published newsletters and reports including Alert (1974-1989) and Quarterly Report (1982-1990), and later Refusenik Update, Congressional Handbook for Soviet Jewry, and Antisemitism in the USSR-Status Report.

The Union of Councils became a pivotal communications hub for the Soviet Jewry movement, maintaining extensive contacts, chiefly by telephone, and tracking the status of Soviet Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience. UCSJ was regularly the first among the Soviet Jewry Movement organizations to receive important news from Soviet Jewish activists, relaying crucial updates on Soviet Jewry to the media and United States elected officials. From 1971 to 1991 a Soviet Jewry Congressional Vigil headed by House Representatives Tom Lantos (Calif.-D) and John Porter (Ill.-R) was held largely due to the efforts of UCSJ. UCSJ received broad recognition for its successful advocacy of the Jackson-Vanik Amendment of 1973. In 1976 President Jimmy Carter pledged via telegram to UCSJ to support the "full religious and cultural opportunities for Soviet Jews," as well as their right to emigrate. He declared that "he would not hesitate to use trade to effectuate that purpose." 1 UCSJ was instrumental in initializing national and international campaigns of support for the Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscience including Anatoly Sharansky, Vladimir Slepak, Ida Nudel, and Vladimir Begun, making them household names in the American Jewish communities as well as to many non-Jewish Americans, and providing material and moral support for their families and relatives. In 1987 the UCSJ national president Pamela B. Cohen of Chicago made an unannounced visit to the Soviet Union where she met with hundreds of Refuseniks.

In discord with the views of several other major American Soviet Jewry Movement organizations and the Israeli government, which advocated for the emigration of Soviet Jewry from the USSR in order to re-settle them exclusively in Israel, UCSJ defended the right of Soviet Jews to choose their place for immigration, not limiting their destinations to Israel alone. This position was particularly disagreeable with the Soviet authorities, who treated Jewish emigration as repatriation (nominally provided for by the Soviet law) rather than a human rights issue.

In discord with the views of several other major American Soviet Jewry Movement organizations and the Israeli government, which advocated for the emigration of Soviet Jewry from the USSR in order to re-settle them exclusively in Israel, UCSJ defended the right of Soviet Jews to choose their place for immigration, not limiting their destinations to Israel alone. This position was particularly disagreeable with the Soviet authorities, who treated Jewish emigration as repatriation (nominally provided for by the Soviet law) rather than a human rights issue.

Two affiliated organizations, the Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center (SJLAC) and the Medical Mobilization for Soviet Jewry provided efficient analytical, logistical and technical support for the activities of the UCSJ.

UCSJ remained active after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the beginning of mass Jewish emigration to Israel, the United States, and other Western countries. UCSJ local representation committees were established in most of the states of the Former Soviet Union (FSU). Currently, UCSJ monitors anti-Semitic activities in the Former Soviet Union. The organization is now officially called Union of Councils for Jews in the Former Soviet Union. 2

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Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of two parts, which reflect two different acquisitions of Union of Councils for Soviet Jews materials by the American Jewish Historical Society. They are defined as Part One and Part Two and have respective collection numbers of I-410 (1948, 1954, 1963-1965, 1967-2000) and I-410A (1968-1994). See the arrangement note for details of how the two parts have been described.

Scope and Content Note for I-410 (Part 1)

The collection contains the records of the UCSJ, an umbrella institution for approximately 50 grassroots organizations. The bulk of the collection dates 1980-2000, with a particular focus on the early 1990s, the period during and shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The collection includes extensive material relating to the Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, an affiliate of UCSJ, as well as material on its Yad L'Yad program, individual files on Refuseniks, individual post-Soviet Jewish case files, and immigration and human rights background information.

The collection details the legal aspects to the Soviet Jewry Movement, USCJ programs, and aid and human-rights monitoring given to post-Soviet Jewish communities. Information on the Soviet legal system and repression, international human rights documents, and U.S. legislative action is also present.

The collection includes administrative records, bulletins, case files, correspondence, funding proposals, legal documents, memoranda, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, photographs, press releases, publications, reports, and transcripts. Although a large number of documents are photocopies, the collection includes a number of original letters from public figures such as President Bill Clinton and Senator Edward Kennedy.

Scope and Content Note for I-410A (Part 2)

The records documenting the UCSJ's operations, programs, and campaigns mostly relate to the 1980s when the rescue movement reached its pinnacle of success and international attention. The files from the early 1990s relate primarily to the UCSJ's activities following the Soviet Union's collapse and its continuing work on behalf of human rights. The records include a large volume of individual case files regarding prisoners of conscience, Refuseniks, and those allowed to emigrate to the West.

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Arrangement

Part 1 of the collection is arranged into five series as follows:

Part 2 of the collection is arranged into nine 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 and several folders containing sensitive personally identifiable information, marked (RESTRICTED) in the folder list.

This collection contains audiovisual or electronic media that requires special equipment to access. Please notify reference staff at reference@ajhs.org 24 hours in advance of needing access.

Use Restrictions

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

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Related Material

The Records of Union of Councils for Soviet Jews 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 (I-181 and I-181A), the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews and Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal (I-505 and I-505A), Houston Action for Soviet Jewry (I-500), 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), Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry (I-530), Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism (I-538), United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (I-543), Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans (I-547), Jewish Defense League (I-374) 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) , Constance S. Kreshtool (P-935), Betty Golomb (P-938), Grayce Perlbinder (P-942), Mort Yadin (P-943), Ann Polunsky (P-886), Lillian Foreman (P-945), Marilyn Labendz(P-946), Abraham Silverstein(P-947), Bert Silver (P-949), Billie Kozolchyk (P-950), John Steinbruck (P-951), Lawrence I. Lerner (P-952), Ruth Geller Gold (P-953), Efry Spectre (P-954), Alan M. Kohn (P-956), Frank Brodsky (P-957), Victor Borden (P-959), Estelle Newman (P-960), Carol S. Kekst (P-961), Linda Rutta (P-965), Rachel Braun (P-967), Jack Forgash (P-968), Michael Greene (P-969), Judith A. Manelis (P-970), Fred Greene (P-971), Harry Lerner (P-972), Alan L. Cohen (P-973), Murray Levine (P-974), Jack Minker (P-975) and Barry Marks (P-993).

American Soviet Jewry Movement Oral Histories Collection (I-548) contains audio and video interviews with activists of the American Soviet Jewry Movement, former Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience.

American Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs (I-495) contains digitized photographs from The Archives of the American Soviet Jewry Movement.

American Soviet Jewry Movement Posters and Ephemera Collection (I-566) contains digitized posters and ephemera from The Archives of the American Soviet Jewry Movement.

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 UCSJ by Sheldon Benjamin in 1984, by Micah Naftalin in 2003, and by the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2007.

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, records; I-410, I-410A; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY, and Boston, MA.

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Processing Information

Part 1 of the collection was processed by Andrey Filimonov and Vital Zajka in 2006. Part 2 was processed by Andrey Filimonov in 2009. A major accretion to Part 2 (boxes 63-111, OS1 boxes 1 and 2) was processed by Andrey Filimonov in 2014-2015, and the final EAD Finding Aid was created by Andrey Filimonov in February 2015.

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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.

 

Part 1, Series I: Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, undated, 1954, 1963-1965, 1967, 1970-1993

English, Russian.
Boxes 1-25.
Arrangement:

By subject.

Scope and Content:

Series I 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, consulting UCSJ as well as working on independent projects. SJLAC analyzed legal aspects of the Soviet regime, prepared briefings and policy analyses memoranda for the purposes of the Soviet Jewry movement and briefed the United States government agencies. It petitioned on behalf of the Prisoners of Conscience, reported to international human rights forums, and matched American lawyers with Soviet Refuseniks in need of legal counsel.

SJLAC worked towards better public and government understanding of the legal situation of the Soviet Jewry, demanded open emigration from the USSR and attempted to apply the weight of the international law against the Soviet persecution of the Refuseniks.

The Series is arranged into four subseries:
Subseries A: General activities, undated, 1974-1989, 1991
Subseries B: Legal Analysis and Representation, undated, 1954, 1963-1965, 1967, 1972-1993
Subseries C: Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience, undated, 1971, 1973, 1975-1987
Subseries D: Background Research Materials, undated, 1970, 1972-1987

Subseries A: General activities, undated, 1974-1989, 1991

English, Russian.
Boxes 1-5.
Arrangement:

Chronological.

Scope and Content:

Subseries A includes correspondence, memoranda and reports pertaining to the activities of the SJLAC. These activities included soliciting volunteer lawyers and cooperating attorneys, fundraising, and sponsoring legal conferences and symposiums. The conferences sponsored by the SJLAC were generally organized in conjunction with the Harvard Law School, Loyola Law School, or the University of Connecticut School of Law.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 1 Co-op Attorneys undated, 1979, 1984-1987
1 2 Co-op Attorneys—Fundraising Donors undated, 1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
1 3 Co-op Attorneys—New Members undated, 1983-1985
1 4 D. J. Lessin and Associates 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
15Funding Proposal to UCSJ—AB Data Listsundated, 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
1 6 Funding Proposal to UCSJ—Grant Proposal 1986
1 7 David Fialkow—Moscow Marathon undated, 1986
1 8 Fundraising Info undated, 1980, 1986-1987
1 9 Fundraising Info—Grant Proposal undated, 1974, 1976, 1978-1980, 1982, 1984
1 10 Fundraising Non-Proposals undated, 1980-1981, 1984-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 1 Fundraising Proposal 1986 (Diana Bell) undated, 1978, 1982, 1984-1986
2 2 Harvard Conference 11/16/86 1983, 1985-1986
2 3 Harvard Conference 11/16/86 undated
2 4 Harvard Conference 11/16/86—Conference Materials Request undated, 1986
2 5 Harvard Conference 11/16/86—Conference Responses undated, 1986
2 6 Harvard Conference 11/16/86, the Play Trial and Error 1985-1986
2 7 INS Regulation Change 1986-1987
2 8 Interested Lawyers Outside of Boston undated, 1979-1984
2 9 Interference with Postal Communications—General 1974-1977
2 10 Interference with Postal Communications—General 1978
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 1 Interference with Postal Communications—General 1979
3 2 Interference with Postal Communications—General 1979
3 3 Interference with Postal Communications—General 1980-1981, 1983-1985
3 4 Interference with Postal Communications—General undated, 1987
3 5 Massachusetts Department of Revenue 1987
3 6 Not-for-Profit Corporation 1986-1988
3 7 Organizations 1986-1987
3 8 Organizations undated, 1986
3 9 Organizations—WOJAC 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
4 1 Participating Lawyers undated, 1984-1987
4 2 Pilot Productions 1988
4 3 Political Friends undated, 1988
4 4 Press Releases undated, 1987-1988
4 5 Public Officials, Senators—Congressmen undated
4 6 Publicity—A-B Data undated, 1987
4 7 Publicity—A-B Data—Printing undated, 1987
4 8 Publicity—Brochure Materials 1984, 1986-1988
4 9 Publicity—Brochure Materials undated
4 10 Publicity—Brochure Responses undated
4 11 Publicity—Media Contacts undated, 1987-1988
4 12 Recruitment undated, 1987
4 13 Refusenik Brief—Material and Correspondence 1984, 1989
4 14 Refusenik Brief—Material and Correspondence 1991
4 15 Refusenik Brief—Material and Correspondence undated, 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 1 Sister City Programs 1987
5 2 Stationery—Logo undated, 1987-1988
5 3 Supervisory Meetings 1987
5 4 Taxes 1986, 1988
5 5 Telephone undated, 1987-1988
5 6 UCSJ Packets [1 of 3] 1987
5 7 UCSJ Packets [2 of 3] 1987
5 8 UCSJ Packets [3 of 3] (Political Ad Poster, Letter to President Ronald Reagan From California Members of Congress, 1985. Oversized Item, See OS1, Folder 1) 1987
5 9 UCSJ Policy undated, 1985
5 10 U.S.-USSR Summit undated, 1985
5 11 U.S.-USSR Summit—Publicity by Bay Area undated, 1985
5 12 Visiting Lawyers' Reports 1987
5 13 Volunteer Information undated, 1987
5 14 Volunteer Lawyers Packet 1987

Subseries B: Legal Analysis and Representation, undated, 1954, 1963-1965, 1967, 1972-1993

English, Russian.
Boxes 6-16.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

Subseries B contains bulletins, circular letters, and memoranda related to the SJLAC analysis of the USSR's legal acts and regulations, legal representation of Refuseniks and their families, and research on the opportunities of legal actions against foreign states. The materials reflect contacts with the U.S. legislators at the House and Senate, Anatoly Sharansky Freedom Awards to U.S. senators, briefings for the representatives at the House and Senate, and a list of the Jackson-Vanik amendment co-sponsors. This subseries also contains UCSJ reports from 1987 to 1993, which provide a detailed summary of the Soviet Jewry situation for each given year.

BoxFolderTitleDate
6 1 Act of State Doctrine—Research 1963, 1965, 1972, 1976, 1980
6 2 Act of State Doctrine—Research undated, 1981, 1984-1985
6 3 Alien Tort Claims Act—Research undated, 1984
6 4 Arrest of Hebrew Teachers 1984
6 5 Arrest of Hebrew Teachers undated, 1985
6 6 Child Custody undated, 1976, 1984-1986
6 7 Congress 1974-1978
6 8 Congress 1979-1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 1 Congress 1981-1984
7 2 Congress undated, 1985, 1987
7 3 Emigration undated, 1987
7 4 Emigration—Statistics and Obstacles 1976, 1978
7 5 Emigration—Statistics and Obstacles 1979
7 6 Emigration—Statistics and Obstacles undated, 1980-1982, 1984-1986
7 7 Filartiga Case—Using American Courts undated, 1979-1983, 1985
7 8 Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act—Research undated, 1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 1 Hebrew Teachers—Alexander Kholmiansky undated, 1985
8 2 Hebrew Teachers—Briefs undated, 1985-1987
8 3 Hebrew Teachers—Harvard Briefs—Jim Cohen undated, 1981, 1984-1987
8 4 Ilyinka Collective Farm—Law and Facts undated, 1976-1980
8 5 Law Day Symposium "Soviet Jews Under Soviet Law" 1979
8 6 Memos, Circulars and Bulletins 1984, January 1985-May 1985
8 7 Memos, Circulars and Bulletins June 1985-August 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 1 Memos, Circulars and Bulletins September 1985-December 1985
9 2 Memos, Circulars and Bulletins January 1986-March 1986
9 3 Memos, Circulars and Bulletins April 1986-May 1986
9 4 Memos, Circulars and Bulletins June 1986-August 1986
9 5 Memos, Circulars and Bulletins September 1986-December 1986
9 6 Memos, Circulars and Bulletins 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 1 Miscellaneous Legal Memoranda [1 of 2] undated
10 2 Miscellaneous Legal Memoranda [2 of 2] undated
10 3 Post-Filartiga Memos of Law, Notes undated, 1984-1986
10 4 Prisoners of Conscience undated, 1985-1986
10 5 Protection of American Citizens Abroad—Research undated, 1954, 1964, 1976-1978, 1981, 1984-1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
11 1 Refusenik Litigation 1967, 1978-1979
11 2 Refusenik Litigation undated, 1980, 1983-1984
11 3 Reports undated, 1982
11 4 SJLAC Miscellaneous Portfolio Materials undated, 1979, 1985, 1987-1988
11 5 SJLAC Portfolio [1 of 2] 1987
11 6 SJLAC Portfolio [2 of 2] 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
12 1 Soviet Peace Activists—Connection to U.S. Freeze Movement 1981-1982
12 2 Soviet Peace Activists—Connection to U.S. Freeze Movement 1983
12 3 Soviet Peace Activists—Connection to U.S. Freeze Movement 1984
12 4 Soviet Peace Activists—Connection to U.S. Freeze Movement undated, 1985-1987
12 5 Trade—Jackson-Vanik 1973-1979
12 6 Trade—Jackson-Vanik undated, 1980-1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
13 1 UCSJ Reports 1987
13 2 UCSJ Reports 1988
13 3 UCSJ Reports 1989
13 4 UCSJ Reports 1990
13 5 UCSJ Reports 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
14 1 UCSJ Reports November 1992-October 1993
14 2 UCSJ Reports March 10, 1993
14 3 UCSJ Reports September 1993-October 1993
14 4 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia 1993
14 5 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Belarus, Moldova 1993
14 6 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Index of Recent Antisemitic Incidents—Reports 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
15 1 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan 1993
15 2 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia 1993
15 3 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Russia I 1993
15 4 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Russia II 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
16 1 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Russia III 1993
16 2 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Russia IV 1993
16 3 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Ukraine 1993
16 4 UCSJ Reports, 10/1993 Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan 1993

Subseries C: Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience, undated, 1971, 1973, 1975-1987

English, Russian.
Boxes 17-21.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical, by last name.

Scope and Content:

Subseries C contains individual case files of Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience. Each case file typically includes information and biographical facts, state obstacles for emigration which the individual faces and outlines the actions taken on his or her behalf by the SJLAC and other organizations. The case files include those of the prominent Soviet Jewish activists like Aleksei Magarik, Ida Nudel, Anatoly Sharansky (alternatively spelled Shcharansky), Vladimir Slepak, and those of the Soviet non-Jewish human rights activists such as Andrei Sakharov.

BoxFolderTitleDate
17 1 Brailovsky, Victor 1976, 1978-1980
17 2 Brailovsky, Victor 1981
17 3 Brailovsky, Victor undated, 1982-1983
17 4 Goldsteins, Klezmer and the Phantoms undated, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987
17 5 Guberman, Igor undated, 1979-1981, 1985
17 6 Kislik, Vladimir—Emigration and Harassment—Facts and Drafts undated, 1977-1982
17 7 Lukyanenko, Lev H. 1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
18 1 Magarik, Alexei 1985-1986
18 2 Magarik, Alexei undated, 1987
18 3 Nudel, Ida—Brief undated, 1977-1980, 1982
18 4 Nudel, Ida—Harassment in Exile, Libel undated, 1978-1982
18 5 Nudel, Ida—Release from Exile undated, 1982, 1984-1985, 1987
18 6 Paritsky—Publicity and Info 1979-1982
18 7 Paritsky—Publicity and Info undated, 1983-1984
18 8 Polonsky, Peter and Dashevsky, Vladimir undated, 1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
19 1 Sakharov, Andrei 1975, 1978-1983
19 2 Sakharov, Andrei undated, 1984-1987
19 3 Senderov and Kanyevsky undated, 1981-1983, 1986
19 4 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Legal Research (Trison, Espionage), Local Organizing Effort—Cotler undated, 1971, 1977-1979, 1982
19 5 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Post-Release undated, 1986-1987
19 6 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Pre-Trial Facts—Introduction of Refuseniks (Exodus newspaper, 1977. Oversized Item, see OS1, Folder 1) undated, 1976-1979
19 7 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Pre-Trial (Legal)—Protests (Congress)—Avital undated, 1977-1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
20 1 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Trial and Post-Trial—Protests and Conditions of Exile—Fletcher Research 1977
20 2 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Trial and Post-Trial—Protests and Conditions of Exile—Fletcher Research 1978
20 3 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Trial and Post-Trial—Protests and Conditions of Exile—Fletcher Research 1979
20 4 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Trial and Post-Trial—Protests and Conditions of Exile—Fletcher Research 1980
20 5 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Trial and Post-Trial—Protests and Conditions of Exile—Fletcher Research 1981-1985
20 6 Shcharansky, Anatoly—Trial and Post-Trial—Protests and Conditions of Exile—Fletcher Research undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
21 1 Slepak, Vladimir 1976-1978
21 2 Slepak, Vladimir undated, 1979-1980, 1987
21 3 Stolar, Abe undated, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1983-1984, 1987
21 4 Temkin, Alexandr and Marina 1973, 1977, 1980, 1982, 1986
21 5 Wallenberg, Raoul undated, 1978-1982, 1985
21 6 Wallenberg, Raoul, Dardel vs. USSR undated, 1984-1985
21 7 Zissels, Iosif—1979 Trial undated
21 8 Zunsheine, Zachar undated, 1982-1986
21 9 Zunsheine, Zachar undated, 1986

Subseries D: Background Research Materials on the USSR, undated, 1970, 1972-1987

English.
Boxes 22-25.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

Subseries D contains published materials on the Soviet legal system and Soviet repressive apparatus, including psychiatric abuse, forced army induction, harassment of dissidents, and a transcript of the hearings of Leningrad hijacking trial of 1970.

BoxFolderTitleDate
22 1 Administration's Human Rights Policy—State Department 1972, 1977-1984
22 2 Administration's Human Rights Policy—State Department undated, 1985-1987
22 3 Army Induction—Draft Memo undated, 1983, 1986
22 4 Demonstrations, Fasting, Other Political Action undated, 1977-1978, 1980-1982, 1984-1985
22 5 Harassment of Dissidents—Orlov, Ginsburg, Christians, Writers undated, 1973, 1977-1982, 1985, 1987
22 6 Jamming of Radio Broadcasts 1987
22 7 Leningrad Trial—Mendelevich, Kuznetsov—1979 Release undated, 1970, 1975, 1978-1981, 1987
22 8 Medical Cases undated, 1986
22 9 Medical Cases—Bernstein, Yosef and Other Prisoners with Medical Problems undated, 1984-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
23 1 Psychiatric Abuse 1975-1977
23 2 Psychiatric Abuse 1977-1982
23 3 Psychiatric Abuse undated, 1983-1987
23 4 Psychiatric Abuse—Nadezhda Fradkova 1986
23 5 Publications 1973, 1976
23 6 Publications 1978
23 7 Publications 1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
24 1 Publications [1 of 2] 1980
24 2 Publications [2 of 2] 1980
24 3 Publications 1981
24 4 Publications 1982
24 5 Publications 1983
24 6 Publications [1 of 2] 1984
24 7 Publications [2 of 2] 1984
24 8 Publications 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
25 1 Publications 1986
25 2 Publications [1 of 2] 1987
25 3 Publications [2 of 2] 1987
25 4 "Religious Exchanges"—Official Soviet Policy on Religion undated, 1979, 1984-1987
25 5 SALT—Technology Transfer 1974, 1976-1979
25 6 SALT—Technology Transfer undated, 1980-1983, 1985, 1987
25 7 Western Psychiatrists Responses undated, 1974, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1983, 1987
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Part 1, Series II: Yad L'Yad initiative, undated, 1948, 1979-2000

English, Russian.
Boxes 26-65.
Arrangement:

By subject.

Scope and Content:

Series II is devoted to the activities of the UCSJ program Yad L'Yad (Hebrew for "hand in hand"). Yad L'Yad matched Jewish communities in the former Soviet Union (FSU) with individual Jewish community and religious organizations in the United States.

The series is arranged into four subseries:
Subseries A: Correspondence with organizations
Subseries B: Programs and activities
Subseries C: Individual partnerships and locality cases
Subseries D: U.S. foreign aid materials

Subseries A: Correspondence with Organizations, undated, 1990, 1994-1998, 2000

English, Russian.
Box 26, Folder 1.
Arrangement:

Subseries consists of one folder.

Scope and Content:

Subseries A contains correspondence advocating community contacts between Soviet Jews and the U.S. Jewish communal and religious organizations.

BoxFolderTitleDate
26 1 Correspondence undated, 1990, 1994-1998, 2000

Subseries B: Programs and activities, undated, 1979, 1990-2000

English, Russian.
Box 26, Folder 2-Box 31.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

Subseries B contains memoranda and reports that focus on Antisemitism, and relations between Jewish communities of the Former Soviet Union and the American Jews. The subseries reflects Yad L'Yad's efforts to solicit participating organizations through its projects such as Humanitarian Aid (help for the sick and elderly), Food Drive (help for the low income families and individuals), Yad L'Yad for Kids (matching families with children), and others.

BoxFolderTitleDate
26 2 Antisemitism 1994-1995, 1997-1998, 2000
26 3 April Mailing 1999 undated, 1997, 1999
26 4 Boiler Plate Proposal 1997 undated, 1995-1998
26 5 Books—Yiddishkeit undated, 1994-1997, 1999
26 6 Boston undated, 1997
26 7 Briefers undated, 1991, 1993-1994
26 8 CASJ 1994-1997
26 9 CASJ undated, 1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
27 1 Conference Call, September 16, 1997 1996-1997
27 2 Committee 1998 undated, 1997-1998
27 3 Copies of Letters from Minsk undated, 1997
27 4 Councils undated, 1996-1997
27 5 DC—Baltimore 1998
27 6 Education—Tikkun Olam 1999
27 7 Evolution undated
27 8 Food Drive (Newspaper clipping, "Passover Emergency Food Program." Oversize item, see OS1, Folder 1) undated, 1993, 1995
27 9 Food Drive 1996
27 10 Goals 1995
27 11 Ideas 1994-1995
27 12 Info undated, 1994
27 13 Jewish School Kit 1998 1997-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
28 1 Kids in Yad L'Yad 1996-1997
28 2 Kids in Yad L'Yad undated, 1998
28 3 Lifeline, Yad L'Yad 1993-1994
28 4 Lifeline, Yad L'Yad 1995-1997
28 5 Manual and Master Contact List 1995-1996
28 6 Memos 1979, 1990-1992, 1994
28 7 Memos 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
29 1 Memos 1996-1997
29 2 Memos 1998-1999
29 3 Memos January 2000-September 2000
29 4 Memos undated, October 2000-December 2000
29 5 Ongoing—PR—Outreach Materials, January 1999 1998-1999
29 6 Overview 1994 undated, 1994-1995
29 7 Promotional Materials 1994
29 8 Promotional Materials undated, 1995
29 9 Passover 1998 undated, 1995, 1997-1999
29 10 Passover 1999 1999
29 11 Potential List 1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
30 1 Press 1998
30 2 Program Description undated, 1993-1994
30 3 Program Development undated, 1996, 1998
30 4 Project Funding Profiles 1994-1996
30 5 Prospective Partners 1999
30 6 Rabbi Lincoln 1995-1996
30 7 Reeder—Ukrainian Cemetery undated, 1996-1997
30 8 San Francisco 1997-1998
30 9 Santa Fe—Cincinnati—Great Neck 1998
30 10 South Florida 1997-1998
30 11 Status Report 1998 undated, 1998-1999
30 12 Summer Packet 2000 undated, 1998-2000
30 13 Traveler—Marwick undated, 1996-1997
30 14 Transport—Shipping undated, 1992, 1994-1996
30 15 UCSJ Annual Meeting, November 16-18, 1996, Yad L'Yad Material 1996
30 16 UCSJ High Holiday Torah Drive undated, 1998
30 17 Ukraine Flood 98/99 1998-1999
30 18 Updates undated, 2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
31 1 Vitamin Drive 2000 2000
31 2 Working Monthly Monitor undated, 1994-1995
31 3 World Wide Web undated, 1998
31 4 Year in Review—Levinson 1994 undated, 1995-1996

Subseries C: Individual partnerships and locality cases, undated, 1948, 1979, 1988-2000

English, Russian.
Box 32-Box 43, Folder 9.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically, according to the name of locality in the FSU.

Scope and Content:

Subseries C includes correspondence and reports regarding relief given to post-Soviet Jewish communities by the American Jewish communities.

BoxFolderTitleDate
32 1 Aizpute, Latvia undated, 1997
32 2 Almaty, Kazakhstan—Congregation Solel, Highland Park, IL (Chicago Action) 1990, 1993-2000
32 3 Astrakhan, Russia—Beth David Congregation, Miami, FL (South Florida) undated, 1993-1996
32 4 Barnaul, Russia—Niles Township Synagogue, Skokie, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1991-1999
32 5 Belarus, Brest undated, 1993, 1997-2000
32 6 Bendery, Moldova—Temple Beth Am, Miami, FL (South Florida) undated, 1990, 1993-1998, 2000
32 7 Berdichev, Ukraine undated, 1990, 1993-1997, 1999
32 8 Berdichev, Ukraine—Congregation Beth El, Highland Park, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1990, 1993-1999
32 9 Bob Rothmans—Tbilisi 1998-1999
32 10 Borevichi, Russia (Bay Area) 1996-2000
32 11 Bryansk, Russia—Congregation Adat Shalom, Rockville, MD (GWCPSJ) 1997-1999
32 12 Chelyabinsk, Russia—Etz Chaim Synagogue, Lombard, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1990-1997, 1999
32 13 Cherkassy, Ukraine—Temple Beth El, Boca Raton, FL (South Florida) undated, 1993-1994, 1996-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
33 1 Chernigov undated, 1990, 1993-1997, 2000
33 2 Chernigov, Ukraine—Congregation Am Yisrael, Northfield, IL (Chicago Action) 1990, 1994-1997, 1999
33 3 Chernovtsy undated, 1948, 1972, 1988, 1990, 1993-1999
33 4 Chernovtsy, Ukraine—Congregation Am Shalom, Glencoe, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1948, 1972, 1988, 1990, 1992-1997, 1999
33 5 Daugavpils, Latvia—Oak Park Temple, Oak Park, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1990, 1993-1999
33 6 Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine (Boston Action) 1990, 1993-1996
33 7 Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine (Boston Action) undated, 1997-1999
33 8 Donetsk undated, 1990, 1992-1997, 1999
33 9 Donetsk, Ukraine—Beth Emet Synagogue, Evanston, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1990, 1992-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
34 1 Ekaterinburg undated, 1990, 1993-1999
34 2 Ekaterinburg, Russia—Beth Judea Synagogue, Long Grove, IL (Chicago Action) 1990, 1993-1995
34 3 Ekaterinburg, Russia—Beth Judea Synagogue, Long Grove, IL (Chicago Action) (Newspaper Tarbut, Russian, 1994. Oversized Item, see OS1, Folder 1) undated, 1996-2000
34 4 Ekaterinburg, Russia—Congregation Beth El, Northbrook, IL (Chicago Action) 1994-1997, 1999
34 5 Estonia—Photos undated
34 6 Grodno, Belarus (Bay Area) undated, 1990, 1997-1998, 2000
34 7 Irkutsk, Russia—Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, FL (South Florida) undated, 1990-1991, 1993-1999
34 8 Karsava, Latvia 1997
34 9 Kaunas, Lithuania 1997
34 10 Kharkov, Ukraine (Cincinnati) undated, 1990, 1992-1998, 2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
35 1 Kishinev, Moldova (Santa Fe/Los Amos) 1990-1991, 1993-1995
35 2 Kishinev, Moldova (Santa Fe/Los Amos) (Newspapers Istoki, Nash Golos, 1997. Oversized Items, see OS1, Folder 2) 1996-1997
35 3 Kishinev, Moldova (Santa Fe—Los Amos), (Chabad Lubavich Kishinev Poster, Color, 11½ x 18," undated. Oversized Item, see OS1, Folder 3) undated, 1997-1998
35 4 Konotop, Ukraine—Congregation Beth Israel, Skokie, IL (Chicago Action) 1999-2000
35 5 Kostroma undated, 1994-1999
35 6 Kostroma, Russia—Congregation Beth El, Bethesda, MD (Washington) undated, 1994-1999
35 7 Kremenchug undated, 1990, 1993-1996, 1998
35 8 Kremenchug, Ukraine—Congregation Anshe Emet, Chicago, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1990, 1994-1999
35 9 Krivoy Rog, Ukraine (Boston Action) undated, 1993-1994, 1996
35 10 Kursk undated, 1995-1996
35 11 Kursk, Russia—Temple Shalom, Chevy Chase, MD (Washington) undated, 1996-1997
35 12 Kursk, Russia—WCSJ Temple Shalom, Chevy Chase, MD undated, 1992, 1995-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
36 1 Latvia undated, 1992-1999
36 2 Latvia, Liepaia 1995, 1998
36 3 Lexington, KY, Laura Goodman undated, 1999
36 4 Lugansk, Ukraine (Florida Action)—Congregation Beth Torah Adath Yeshuron 1998-1999
36 5 Lviv, Ukraine undated, 1995-1997, 2000
36 6 Lviv, Ukraine—Bet Yeladim Kindergarten Class, Columbia, MD 1998-1999
36 7 Lviv, Ukraine, Jewish Day School—Congregation B'nai Israel, N. Hampton, MA 1999-2000
36 8 Lviv, Ukraine—Moriah Synagogue, Deerfield, IL (Chicago Action) 1994-1996
36 9 Lviv, Ukraine—Morian Synagogue, Deerfield, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1997-2000
36 10 Lviv, Ukraine—Temple Sha'arey Shalom, Westfield, NJ (Larry Lerner) 1990-1991, 1993-1996
36 11 Lviv, Ukraine—Temple Sha'arey Shalom, Westfield, NJ (Larry Lerner)undated, 1997, 1999-2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
37 1 Mariupol, Ukraine—Temple Solel, Hollywood, FL (Florida Action) 1998
37 2 Melitopol, Ukraine (Boston Action) undated
37 3 Minsk, Belarus—Chizuk Amuno Nursery School, Baltimore, MD (UCSJ) 1995, 1997, 1999-2000
37 4 Minsk, Belarus—Congregation Hakafah, Glencoe, IL (Chicago Action) 1989-1990, 1992-1994
37 5 Minsk, Belarus—Congregation Hakafah, Glencoe, IL (Chicago Action) 1996
37 6 Minsk, Belarus—Congregation Hakafah, Glencoe, IL (Chicago Action) 1997
37 7 Minsk, Belarus—Congregation Hakafah, Glencoe, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1998-2000
37 8 Mirgorod, Ukraine (Boston Action) 1999
37 9 Mogilev, Belarus—Temple Bethor, Miami, FL (South Florida) undated, 1995-2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
38 1 Moscow undated, 1998-2000
38 2 Moscow—Great Neck 1989-1990, 1992-1993
38 3 Moscow—Great Neck 1994-1995
38 4 Moscow—Great Neck 1996
38 5 Moscow—Great Neck 1997-1998
38 6 Moscow—Great Neck 1999
38 7 Moscow—Hineni Congregation undated, 1996-1999
38 8 Moscow, Russia—CASJ Hillel Torah, Skokie, IL undated, 1994-1997
38 9 Moscow, Russia—Orthodox Day School—Friedel Jewish Academy—Omaha, NE 2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
39 1 Nalchik, Russia—Congregation B'nai Israel, Boca Raton, FL (South Florida) 1993-1995
39 2 Nalchik, Russia, Congregation B'nai Israel, Boca Raton, FL (South Florida) (Newspaper ESK [Jews of the North Caucasus], Nalchik, 1997-1998. Oversized Item, see OS1, Folder 3) undated, 1996-1999
39 3 Novomoskovs 1997
39 4 Novgorod, Russia (Bay Area) undated, 1995-1998
39 5 Novograd-Volynsky, Ukraine—North Shore Congregation Israel, Glencoe, IL (Chicago Action) 1994, 1996-1999
39 6 Novosibirsk—Twin Cities, Minnesota, MN 1997, 1999
39 7 Odessa—South Florida 1990, 1993-1995
39 8 Odessa—South Florida, undated, 1996-2000
39 9 Omaha—Moscow/Irkutsk undated, 1998-1999
39 10 Orel 1996-1999
39 11 Penza, Russia—West Suburban Synagogue, River Forest, IL (Chicago Action)undated, 1990, 1993-1999
39 12 Petrozavodsk, Russia—Temple Judea, Coral Gables, FL (South Florida)1993-1997, 1999-2000
39 13 Poltava undated, 1994-1996
39 14 Pskov, Russia—Temple Kol Emet, Los Angeles, CA (Bay Area) undated, 1996-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
40 1 Riga, Latvia—LICSJ undated, 1990, 1993-1997
40 2 Riga, Latvia—LICSJ undated, 1998-1999
40 3 Riga, Latvia Preschool—Beth Tfiloh Preschool, Baltimore, MD 1994-1995, 1997-1999
40 4 Rovno, Belarus—Shomrei Torch, Santa Rosa, CA (Bay Area) 1999-2000
40 5 Rezekne, Latvia—Congregation Beth Shalom Religious School, Potomac, MD (UCSJ) 1997
40 6 Rubezhnoe, Ukraine (Boston Area)1999
40 7 Russia 1992-1994
40 8 Russia 1995-1996
40 9 Russia 1997-1998
40 10 Russia undated, 1999
40 11 Samara, Russia (Chicago Action) undated, 1990, 1993-1999
40 12 Sevastopol, Ukraine—Congregation Bet Briera, Miami, FL (South Florida) undated, 1992, 1995-1997
40 13 Shpola, Ukraine—Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, Indianapolis, IN (Chicago Action) 1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
41 1 St. Petersburg, Russia (Bay Area)1992-1995
41 2 St. Petersburg, Russia (Bay Area) undated, 1996-1998
41 3 St. Petersburg, Russia—Congregation Beth Hillel and Beth El (Bay Area) undated, 1995-1999
41 4 St. Petersburg, Russia, Jewish Veterans Association (Bay Area) undated
41 5 St. Petersburg, Russia—New Life, San Francisco Paper (Bay Area) undated, 1990, 1993-1996, 1998-1999
41 6 St. Petersburg, Russia—San Francisco State Hillel Russian Club (Bay Area) undated
41 7 Staro-Konstantinov, Ukraine—Congregation Sholow Flossmore, IL (Chicago Action) 1999
41 8 Stavropol 1999
41 9 Sumi, Ukraine—Beth Hillel Congregation, Wilmette, IL (Chicago Congregation) 1994, 1996-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
42 1 Tallin, Estonia—Westfield, NJ (Larry Lerner) (3 issues of Hashahar newspaper (Tallinn), 1990. Oversized Items, see OS1, Folder 3) undated, 1991-1998, 2000
42 2 Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Chicago Action) undated, 1990, 1992-1998
42 3 Tbilisi, Georgia Appeal undated, 1994, 1996-1997
42 4 Tbilisi, Georgia, (Chicago Action) undated, 1990, 1993-1995
42 5 Tbilisi, Georgia (Chicago Action) undated, 1996-1999
42 6 Temple Shalom, Eileen Manheimer undated, 1995-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
43 1 Ternopil, Ukraine—Westchester Jewish Center, Larchmont, NY (UCSJ) undated, 1990, 1994-1999
43 2 Tiraspol, Moldova—Congregation Beth Shalom, Northbrook, IL (Chicago Action)undated, 1990-1991, 1993-1994, 1996-1997, 1999
43 3 Tukums, Latvia undated, 1997-1998
43 4 Tula undated, 1993-1997, 1999
43 5 Tula, Russia—Congregation B'nai Torah, Highland Park, IL (Chicago Action) undated, 1993-1997, 1999
43 6 Ukraine, Khmelnitsky undated, 1993-2000
43 7 Veliky Luki, Russia—Temple Shalom, Burlingame, CA (Bay Area) 2000
43 8 Ventspils, Latvia 1997
43 9 Vilnius, Lithuania (Bay Area) undated, 1999

Subseries D: United States foreign aid materials, 1999

English.
Box 43, Folder 10.
Arrangement:

Subseries consists of one folder.

Scope and Content:

Subseries D contains one folder of normative documents on the U.S. Department of Agriculture Foreign Aid Program, 1999.

BoxFolderTitleDate
4310U.S. Department of Agriculture Foreign Aid Materials1999
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Part 1, Series III: Immigration into the United States, undated, 1970, 1976, 1987-2000

English, Russian.
Boxes 44-73.
Arrangement:

By subject.

Scope and Content:

Series III contains correspondence, memoranda and personal case files that relate to Soviet Jewish immigration. The series includes information on persecution suffered by Jews as well as non-Jews in the USSR and FSU.

The series is arranged into three subseries:
Subseries A: U.S. immigration legislation, U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service regulations and relations with U.S. legislators/authorities
Subseries B: New Independent States (NIS) country reports, country background information
Subseries C: Individual personal cases and individual projects

Subseries A: U.S. immigration legislation, U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service regulations and relations with the U.S. legislators/authorities, undated, 1987-2000

English, Russian.
Boxes 44-65.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

Subseries A includes background and legal source materials regarding U.S. immigration regulations and efforts by the UCSJ to influence the U.S. Government to admit more Soviet Jews.

BoxFolderTitleDate
44 1 Agency for International Development 1993-1998
44 2 Amendment on Aid—Religious Freedom in Russia 1997, MFN Status to Belarus 1998
44 3 Asylum—Detention Issues 1999
44 4 Asylum Reform Regulations [1 of 2] 1994
44 5 Asylum Reform Regulations [2 of 2] 1994
44 6 Asylum Regulations—"Safe Country" Provision 1994
44 7 Attorneys undated, 1993
44 8 Bureau on Human Rights 1990, 1992-1993
44 9 Bureau of Human Rights 1994-1996
44 10 Bureau of International Organizations 1992
44 11 Bureau of Near East and South Asian Affairs 1992
44 12 Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration 1989, 1994-1995, 1997-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
45 1 Campaign on Refugees for FY 1999—Lautenberg 1998 1997-March 1998
45 2 Campaign on Refugees for FY 1999—Lautenberg 1998 April 1998-December 1998
45 3 Campaign to Preserve U.S. Global Leadership 1997-1998
45 4 Campaign to Preserve U.S. Global Leadership 1999
45 5 Clinton—Yeltsin Summit, May 1995 1995
45 6 Commerce Department 1996-1997
45 7 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe—Chechnya Hearing 1999 undated, 1999
45 8 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe—Department of State 1992-1996
45 9 Committee to Preserve Asylum 1997-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
46 1 Congressional Briefing 1993 1992-1993
46 2 Congressional—Governmental Affairs undated, 1992-1996
46 3 Congressional Human Rights Caucus 1992
46 4 Congressional Human Rights Caucus 1993
46 5 Congressional Human Rights Caucus 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
47 1 Congressional Human Rights Caucus undated, 1995-1998
47 2 Congressional Human Rights Caucus, 1994 Annual Report 1994
47 3 Consular Processing undated, 1990, 1992-1994
47 4 Correspondence with U.S. Senate, House of Representatives, 1992 January 1993-June 1993
47 5 Correspondence with U.S. Senate, House of Representatives undated, July 1993-December 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
48 1 Defense Department 1993, 1996
48 2 Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott 1993-1998
48 3 Diversity Visa Lottery '00 (DV-2000, DV-2001) 1999
48 4 DOS Country Report 1996 undated, 1996-1997
48 5 Eagleburger, Deputy Secretary of State Lawrence undated, 1992-1993
48 6 Election 1996—Congress undated, 1993-1996
48 7 Emigration Law Reform 1988-1990
48 8 Emigration—Population Statistics 1993, 1995, 1998
48 9 Emigration Statistics to Israel and U.S. Combined Totals 1991-1997
48 10 Emigration Statistics—WPC 1989-1991
48 11 Emigration to U.S.—HIAS and U.S. Statistics 1990-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
49 1 Emigration to U.S.—HIAS and U.S. Statistics 1994-1995
49 2 Emigration to U.S.—HIAS and U.S. Statistics 1996-1998
49 3 Foreign Aid—Aid to Russia, Middle East, Israel 1992
49 4 Foreign Appropriations Act, Foreign Aid 1992-1994
49 5 Foreign Aid Ban on Azerbaijan 1994-1996
49 6 Foreign Aid—Foreign Affairs in U.S. Budget 1996-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
50 1 Foreign Aid—USAID 1994-1995
50 2 Freedom Support Act of 1992 1992
50 3 Freedom Support Coalition 1995
50 4 Freedom Support Coalition and Senate Budget Committee 1994-1995
50 5 FSU Jews Immigration and Integration—U.S. and Israel 1996, 1998-1999
50 6 FSU Refugee Program Work Group 1999
50 7 FY 1998 Refugee Program Campaign 1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
51 1 General Immigration Reform 1995-1995 January 1995-June 1995
51 2 General Immigration Reform 1995-1996 July 1995-September 1995
51 3 General Immigration Reform 1995-1996 undated, October 1995-December 1995
51 4 General Immigration Reform 1996 January 1996-April 1996
51 5 General Immigration Reform 1996 undated, May 1996-December 1996
51 6 Global Affairs 1992-1993, 1995, 1997
51 7 Government Affairs Memos undated, 1994-1999
51 8 Guide to Resettlement in the U.S. undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
52 1 Health and Human Services 1994, 1998
52 2 Health Care Reform 1994
52 3 Hearing on World Wide Persecution of Jews, 104th Congress 1996
52 4 Hillary Clinton 1996-1997
52 5 Hill Contacts undated, 1992-1994, 1998
52 6 Holocaust Claims Issues undated, 1996-1997
52 7 Human Rights 1995-1996
52 8 Human Rights January 1997-November 1997
52 9 Human Rights December 1997-1998
52 10 Human Rights Campaign for Jews and Non-Jews in NIS 1991-1992
52 11 Human Rights Groups undated, 1992-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
53 1 Illegal Immigration undated, 1992, 1994-1996, 1998
53 2 Immigration and Asylum Information, Miscellaneous (United States) undated, 1990-1991
53 3 Immigration and Refugee Asylum 1990
53 4 Immigration and Refugee Asylum undated, 1992-1993
53 5 Immigration and Welfare Reform 1995-1996
53 6 Immigration Attorneys 1994, 1996
53 7 Immigration—General undated, 1993-1994, 1998-1999
53 8 Immigration Law—General 1989-June 1992
53 9 Immigration Law—General undated, July 1992-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
54 1 Immigration Legislative Issues 1998 undated, 1997-1998
54 2 Immigration Lottery—DV-1, DV-97, DV-98 undated, 1994-1997
54 3 Immigration—Refugee Legislation September-October 1996 1995-September 1996
54 4 Immigration—Refugee Legislation September-October 1996 October 1996-1997
54 5 Immigration Reform Legislation 1994-1995
54 6 Immigration Reform Legislation, 1997 1997
54 7 Immigration Statistics undated, 1998-1999
54 8 INS 1992-1994
54 9 INS—Dead Principal Applicant Principles 1999
54 10 INS—Legislative and Executive Status, 1989 1988-1989
54 11 INS—Legislation for 1990 undated, 1989-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
55 1 INS—Moscow Review Process 1997-1998
55 2 INS—Other Organizations undated, 1988-1989
55 3 INS Reform—Reorganization 1999
55 4 INS—Rule on Time Limits for Refugee Status undated, 1993-1994
55 5 INS—UCSJ Activity 1988 undated, 1988
55 6 Inspector General Report—Refugee Program 1996
55 7 International Broadcast Consolidation undated, 1991-1994
55 8 International Operations and HR Subcommittee undated, 1996
55 9 Israel's Law of Return, Immigration Policy 1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
56 1 Jehovah's Witnesses Issues—Domestic 1999
56 2 Jewish Members of Congress 1994-1995
56 3 Jackson-Vanik Amendment Reform 1989, 1993-1994
56 4 Jackson-Vanik Conference, Jerusalem 1995
56 5 Jackson-Vanik Reform 1993-1994, 1997, 1999
56 6 Lautenberg Amendment Article 11/1998 undated, 1991, 1998
56 7 Lautenberg Amendment Extensions 1994-1995
56 8 Lautenberg Amendment Extension 1997 undated, 1995, 1997-1998
56 9 Lawyers undated, 1992-1993
56 10 Legal Brief—INS 1989, 1992
56 11 Legal Immigration Reform—Senate S.1394 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
57 1 Moscow Processing 1989 undated, 1989-1990
57 2 Moscow Processing Center—Agreements 1989-1990
57 3 Moscow Processing Congress—FY 1990 Action 1989-1990
57 4 Moscow Processing—Procedures 1990
57 5 Moscow Processing—UCSJ and HIAS 1989 Action undated, 1989-1990
57 6 Moscow Refugee Processing 1997 1998
57 7 National Immigration Forum—AILA 1996
57 8 National Immigration Forum—Fix 1996 Campaign 1999
57 9 Naturalization 1998-1999 1995, 1997-1999
57 10 National Security Council undated, 1992-1998
57 11 New Independent States Assistance Programs 1993-1994, 1997-1998
57 12 New Refusal Form 1990
57 13 NIS Policy Coordinator 1993-1994, 1996-1998
57 14 Nonprofit Postal Rate Reform Legislation, FY 1994 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
58 1 Office of Independent States and Commonwealth Affairs—Soviet Desk and Progeny 1991-1998
58 2 Overseas Broadcasting Consolidation and Deficit Reduction Act of 1993 [1 of 2] 1993
58 3 Overseas Broadcasting Consolidation and Deficit Reduction Act of 1993 [2 of 2] undated, 1992-1993
58 4 Policy Planning Department 1992, 1996
58 5 Political Asylum Legal Resources 1989-1992
58 6 Political Asylum Legal Resources 1993
58 7 Political Asylum Reform 1995-1996
58 8 Political Asylum—Save Asylum Committee 1995-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
59 1 Post-Interview Marriage—Follow to Join Immigration undated, 1995-1997
59 2 Post Interview Marriage Material for Refugees 1999
59 3 President Bill Clinton 1992-1994
59 4 President Bill Clinton 1995-1998
59 5 President George Bush, VP Dan Quayle 1992-1993
59 6 Primakov Meeting in Washington 3/23/99-3/25/99 1999
59 7 Proposition 187, California 1994
59 8 Public Interest Parole 1990
59 9 Refugee Admissions Policy 1995-1997
59 10 Refugee and Asylee Matters 1994-1997
59 11 Refugee and Asylee Policy 1993-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
60 1 Refugee and Asylum Policy 1996-1998
60 2 Refugee Case Composition 1998 undated, 1997-1998
60 3 Refugee Casework Release Form undated
60 4 Refugee Circuit Rides Adjudication 1998
60 5 Refugee Denials Based on Israeli Law of Return 1996-1997
60 6 Refugee Denials Based on Israeli Law of Return undated
60 7 Refugee Forms undated, 1989, 1991
60 8 Refugee Programs—Lautenberg Amendment 1996
60 9 Refugee Processing 1987-1988
60 10 Refugee Processing 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 1 Refugee Processing 1990-1991
61 2 Refugee Processing 1991-1992
61 3 Refugee Processing 1992-1993
61 4 Refugee Processing undated, 1994-1995
61 5 Refugee Program 1999-2000 1996-2000
61 6 Refugee Program FY 1994—Proposal, Consultation 1995
61 7 Refugee Program FY 1995 undated
61 8 Refugee 3rd Interview 1997-1998
61 9 Refugee Resettlement Funding Programs 1992-1993
61 10 Refugee Resettlement, Oregon, Illinois Social Services, JFMC 1998-1999
61 11 Refugees Without U.S. Sponsors undated, 1990
61 12 Reich (American Zionist Movement) Statement on Refugees undated, 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
62 1 Religious Freedom undated, 1997-1998
62 2 Report of Audit—Refugee Admissions Program 1996
62 3 Request for Reconsideration of Refugee Application undated
62 4 Resource Information Center (INS) 1991-1993
62 5 Resource Information Center (INS) 1994
62 6 Resource Information Center (INS) 1996
62 7 Secretary of State Albright undated, 1995-1998
62 8 Secretary of State Christopher 1993, 1995
62 9 Secretary of State James Baker 1992
62 10 Senate Foreign Relations Committee 1998
62 11 Senate Refugee Advocacy 1999 undated, 1999
62 12 Shishlov Visit undated, 1999
62 13 Sierra Club and Immigration 1998
62 14 Soros Immigrant Assistance Program undated, 1996
62 15 Special Immigrant Category 1988-1989
62 16 Stuart Eizenstat 1996-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 1 Summary Exclusion and Asylum Reform 1992-1993
63 2 Summary Exclusion and Immigration Reform 1994
63 3 Time Limit—Backlog Refugees undated, 1998
63 4 U.N. Representative 1993
63 5 United States Information Agency 1995-1998
63 6 U.S. Commission for the Preservation of American Heritage Abroad 1996-1998
63 7 U.S. Embassies—FSU undated, 1992-1998
63 8 U.S. Foreign Aid-USAID 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
64 1 U.S. Immigration—Refusenik Information undated, 1990
64 2 Useful Websites undated, 1998
64 3 Vice President Albert Gore undated, 1993, 1995, 1997-1998
64 4 Vyzov Procedures 1992
64 5 Washington Processing Center undated, 1989
64 6 Washington Processing Center January 1992-August 1992
64 7 Washington Processing Center September 1992-December 1992
64 8 Washington Processing Center 1993
64 9 Washington Processing Center undated, 1994-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
65 1 Washington Processing Center Statistical Reports 1992
65 2 Welfare and Immigration Reform 1994
65 3 Welfare Reform 1994
65 4 Welfare Reform 1995
65 5 Welfare Reform and Immigrant Rights undated, 1993-1994
65 6 Immigration WPC Emergency Processing 1992-1993
65 7 Zimmerman—Bureau for Refugee Programs 1992-1994
65 8 Zissman Amendment—Israeli Knesset 1997

Subseries B: New Independent States (NIS) country reports, country background information, undated, 1989-2000

English, Russian.
Boxes 66-67.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

Subseries B contains reports, publications and clippings related to the political and human rights situation in the New Independent States (NIS)—individual countries and regions on the territory of the Former Soviet Union.

BoxFolderTitleDate
66 1 Aid to the FSU Countries 1995
66 2 Aliyah Figures and Information from FSU 1990-1993, 1995-1998
66 3 Boston Globe Story 8/1999 undated, 1999
66 4 Canadian Immigration 1992-1997
66 5 Dagestan Jewish Refugees undated, 1999
66 6 Forced Migration in the NIS 1992, 1994, 1996-1997
66 7 FSU Background Information Packet 1993-1994
66 8 FSU Jewish Population and Immigration Statistics 1998-2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
67 1 Hunger—Emigration 1993
67 2 FSU Reports 1991-1992, 1994-1996
67 3 Jewish Population of FSU Statistics and Information undated, 1992-1997
67 4 Israeli Immigration and Absorption 1993-1994
67 5 Jewish Emigration to Germany 1990-1991, 1994, 1997-1998
67 6 Kyrgyzstan Most Favored Nation Status, H. R. 1318 1999
67 7 Propiska and Enforcement 1993
67 8 Supporting Documentation Re.: Antisemitism undated, 1989-1992
67 9 Sweden—Refugee Processing undated, 1993, 1995
67 10 Ukraine—Information 1994-1996
67 11 Zhirinovsky Visa Request 1994

Subseries C: Individual personal cases and individual projects, undated, 1970, 1976, 1989-1999

English, Russian.
Boxes 68-73.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

Subseries C includes individual case files of Soviet Jews that contain correspondence, statements, and photographs, and material related to non-Jewish persecuted minority groups within the USSR and NIS, such as Armenians from Azerbaijan and Pentecostals.

BoxFolderTitleDate
68 1 Asylum Casework 1993-1995
68 2 Attorney—Client Relationship Research 1989-1991
68 3 Azerbaijani Refugee Case 1999
68 4 Baku Armenians Refugee Project 1994, 1996
68 5 Baku Kidnapping Case—Refugee Application 1992-1993
68 6 Bedzhanova, Zhanna (RESTRICTED)1995-1996
68 7 Bekker, Boris—Soviet Jewish Refusenik Case History 1991
68 8 Belarus Bureau Proposal 1999
68 9 Belocherkovsky undated
68 10 Bliner-Yanovitskaya, Bella—Refugee Work Case 1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
69 1Casework—Asylum Refugeeundated, 1993-1995, 1997
69 2 Cherepashenets, Yuri 1996
69 3 Council of Jewish Federations—Washington Refugee Strategy Group 1998-1999
69 4 Elkan, Shirley—Asylum Case 1993-1994
69 5 Frolov, Vadim 1996
69 6 FSU Refugee Program Working Group 1998
69 7 Geyfman, Alexander—Immigration Casework 1993-1994
69 8 Gozsky, Leonid undated, 1993
69 9 Gudantov Family Refugee Case undated, 1999
69 10 Krasnyansky, Michail—Immigration Case 1992-1994
69 11 Individual Cases—Kravchik, Vitaly 1991-1992
69 12 Krepker Family, Russia 1992-1993
69 13 Markman, Miron—Refugee Case Work undated
69 14 Merobshoev, Safarsho and Nazarova, Aziza—Immigration Casework 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
70 1 Noginskaya, Galya, Parolee Appeal Case 1999
70 2 Peisin, Nina and Daniel, Asylum Case undated, 1996
70 3 Pentecostal Refugee Issues, Sidorov's Case 1999
70 4 Poulatov, Abdoumannob 1996
70 5 Radinskaya, Yelena—Soviet Jewish Refusenik Case History undated
70 6 Recent Cases—Asylees 1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
707Refugee Caseworkundated, 1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
70 8 Refugee Casework 1996—Maureen Greenwood 1995-October 1996
70 9 Refugee Casework—Maureen Greenwood undated, November 1996-1997
70 10 Refugee Case Closure Materials 1999
70 11 Refugees from the FSU—Casework 1992-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
71 1 Refusenik Case History Files—D-F 1991-1994
71 2 Refusenik Case History Files—G 1991, 1993-1994
71 3 Refusenik Case History Files—I-K 1991, 1994
71 4 Refusenik Case History Files—L-M 1992-1994
71 5 Refusenik Case History Files—N-P 1993-1994
71 6 Refusenik Case History Files—R 1993
71 7 Refusenik Case History Files—S 1991, 1993-1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
72 1 Refusenik Case History Files—T-Z 1991, 1993-1994
72 2 Refugee Cases Submitted to INS October 1999 1999
72 3 Refugee Interview Appeals 1992-1995
72 4 Refugee Interview Appeals Asylum Casework 1995 1995-1996
72 5 Regina Solovyeva—Refugee Case (Irene Goldman) 1997
72 6 Ryvkin, Yuli and Faina—Refugee Casework 1994
72 7 Shabshaevich, Boris—Refugee Casework 1993-1994
72 8 Shmidt, Mikhail—Soviet Jewish Refusenik Case History 1993
72 9 Shoikhet, Elimelech undated, 1995
72 10 Shtilbaums, Victor undated, 1970, 1976, 1992-1993
72 11 Skokin, Leonid—Soviet Jewish Refusenik Case History 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
73 1 Smeliansky—Zelkin Refugee Case 1999
73 2 Sponsorship—13 Cases undated, 1989-1990
73 3 Svayakovskaya, Elena—Casework 1993
73 4 Tafliovich, Yakov—Refugee Casework 1994
73 5 Tsionsky, Mikhail, Parolee Appeal case 1999
73 6 Veksler, David 1993
73 7 Vinogradova, Maya—Immigration Casework 1995
73 8 Washington Processing Center—List of Non-Departure Cases of 1989-1996 1998
73 9 Yakunin, Alexander—Asylum Case 1998
73 10 Yampolsky, Alexander—Immigration Casework 1993
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Part 1, Series IV: UCSJ Administrative Records, 1968-1987, 1989, 1992-1999

English, Russian.
Boxes 74-79.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

Series IV contains correspondence, memoranda, newspaper articles, pamphlets, and reports that reflect contacts established by UCSJ with the emerging Jewish organizations in the USSR and Russia. The materials include UCSJ publications Alert, Quarterly Report, Monitor; and lists of Refuseniks from 1975.

BoxFolderTitleDate
74 1 Bridges—American Friends of the Lviv Archive 1997
74 2 Christian Missionary Activities Among Jews From FSU 1995-1999
74 3 Help to FSU Jews—Various Organizations 1993-1995
74 4 Jewish Community Development Fund 1989, 1994-1996
74 5 Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Washington 1998-1999
74 6 Nathan Cummings Foundation—FSU Projects 1995-1997
74 7 Naymark File 1995
74 8 OMER Groups 1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
75 1 Project Hashivanu 1993-1994
75 2 Project KESHER 1994, 1996, 1998
75 3 Russian Jewish Congress 1996-1997
75 4 Tsivos Hashem—Orphanage Work 1998
75 5 Twinning—Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry 1997-1998
75 6 VAAD of Russia 1996
75 7 Washington Institute Advocacy Event 10/27/98 1998
75 8 World Union for Progressive Judaism 1997
75 9 Yad Yisroel 1993-1994
75 10 Yanovsky Concentration Camp Site (Lviv)—Advocacy 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
76 1 Conferences 1970-1978
76 2 Correspondence—General 1968-1973
76 3 Correspondence—General 1974-1976
BoxFolderTitleDate
764Correspondence—General1977-1978
765 Correspondence 1980-1986
766Reports, Leaflets, Posters, Bumper Sticker. (Poster "Free Sharansky Now," Color, 17" x 23.", Oversized Item, See OS1, Folder 3)1981-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
76 7 Washington Office and Action Central (Cleveland, OH) Materials 1973-1986
76 8 Memos, Reports and Correspondence 1979, 1983
BoxFolderTitleDate
77 1 News Releases 1971-1986
77 2 Alert—Information From the UCSJ 1977-1978
77 3 Alert 1979
77 4 Alert 1980
77 5 Alert 1981
77 6 Alert 1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
781Alert1983-1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
78 2 Alert 1985-1986
78 3 The Alert Magazine 1980-1982
78 4 CJR News BriefMarch 24, 1992
78 5 Focus on Soviet Jewry, Soviet Jewry Report, The Vigil, CSIS Notes, Public Action Group Reports, Individual Copies 1971-1986
78 6 Monitor 1992
78 7 Monitor 1993
78 8 Monitor 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
79 1 Monitor 1995
79 2 Monitor 1996
79 3 Quarterly report 1983-1987
79 4 Soviet Prisoners of Conscience, November 1971, December 1972—The White Book of Exodus, January-June 1972—A Guide to Congressional Action, Letter Writing—A Lifeline to Soviet Jews1971-1972
79 5 Refusenik Lists May and August 1975
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Part 1, Series V: Photographs, 1986, 1991-2000

Box 80.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by series.

Scope and Content:

Series V is composed of photographs that have been separated from other folders in the collection for preservation purposes. The original locations of the photographs are marked by separation sheets.

BoxFolderTitleDate
80 1 SJLAC—Harvard Conference 11/16/86
80 2 Yad L'Yad—CASJ
80 3 Yad L'Yad—Food Drive
80 4 Yad L'Yad—Memos 1/2000-9/2000
80 5 Yad L'Yad—Reeder—Ukrainian Cemetery
80 6 Yad L'Yad—Almaty, Kazakhstan—Congregation Solel, Highland Park, IL (Chicago Action)
80 7 Yad L'Yad—Barnaul, Russia—Niles Township Synagogue, Skokie, IL (Chicago Action)
80 8 Yad L'Yad—Benderey, Moldova—Temple Beth Am, Miami, FL (South Florida)
80 9 Yad L'Yad—Chelyabinsk, Russia—Etz Chaim Synagogue, Lombard, IL (Chicago Action)
80 10 Yad L'Yad—Chernigov, Ukraine—Congregation Am Yisrael, Northfield, IL (Chicago Action)
80 11 Yad L'Yad—Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine (Boston Action)
80 12 Yad L'Yad—Estonia—Photos
80 13 Yad L'Yad—Kostroma, Russia—Congregation Beth El, Bethesda, MD (Washington)
80 14 Yad L'Yad—Kursk, Russia—WCSJ Temple Shalom, Chevy Chase, MD
80 15 Yad L'Yad—Lviv, Ukraine—Temple Sha'arey Shalom, Westfield, NJ
80 16 Yad L'Yad—Moscow—Hineni Congregation
80 17 Yad L'Yad—Nalchik, Russia—Congregation B'nai Israel, Boca Raton, FL (South Florida)
BoxFolderTitleDate
80 18 Yad L'Yad—Omaha—Moscow/Irkutsk
80 19 Yad L'Yad—Tiraspol, Moldova, Congregation Beth Shalom, Northbrook, IL
BoxFolderTitleDate
80 20 Immigration—Washington Processing Center
80 21 Immigration—Armenian Refugee Project
80 22 Immigration—Refusenik Case History Files—L-M
80 23 Immigration—Sponsorship—13 Cases (RESTRICTED)
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Part 1, Separated Oversized Materials, undated, 1977, 1985, 1990, 1994, 1997-1998

BoxFolderTitleDate
OS1 11Political Advertisement Poster, Letter to President Ronald Reagan From California Members of Congress (Removed From Box 5, Folder 8)1985
OS1 11Exodus Newspaper (Removed From Box 19, Folder 6)1977
BoxFolderTitleDate
OS1 11Newspaper Clipping, "Passover Emergency Food Program." (Removed From Box 27, Folder 8)undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
OS1 11Newspaper Tarbut, Russian (Removed From Box 34, Folder 3)1994
OS1 12Newspapers Istoki, Nash Golos, Russian (Removed From Box 35, Folder 2)1997
OS1 13Chabad Lubavich Kishinev Poster, Color, 11½" x 18". (Removed From Box 35, Folder 3)undated
OS1 13Newspaper ESK [Jews of the North Caucasus], Nalchik, Russian (Removed From Box 39, Folder 2)1997-1998
OS1 133 Issues of Hashahar Newspaper (Tallinn) (Russian) (Removed From Box 42, Folder 1)1990
OS1 13Poster "Free Sharansky Now," Color, 17" x 23" (Removed From Box 76, Folder 6)undated
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Part 2, Series I: Documents, 1968-1979, 1988

English.
Box 1, Folders 1-11, Box 64, Folder 39, Box 107, Folders 1-2.
Arrangement:

Chronological.

Scope and Content:

Series I covers the years 1968-1979 and 1988 and contains some of the principal files on the UCSJ's beginning, development and policies.

BoxFolderTitleDate
64 39 Appendixes and Addendums to UCSJ Documents 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
1 1 Historic Documents of the UCSJ 1968-1972
1 2 Documents of the UCSJ 1970
1 3 Documents of the UCSJ 1971
1 4 Documents of the UCSJ 1972
1 5 Documents of the UCSJ 1973
1 6 Documents of the UCSJ 1974
1 7 Documents of the UCSJ 1975
1 8 Documents of the UCSJ 1976
1 9 Documents of the UCSJ 1977
1 10 Documents of the UCSJ 1978
1 11 Documents of the UCSJ 1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
107 1 UCSJ Policy 1988
107 2 UCSJ Policy 1988
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Part 2, Series II: Correspondence and Chronological Files, 1979-1997

English, Russian.
Boxes 1-20, Box 64, Folder 7, Box 67, Folders 1-8, 13, Box 68, Folder 1, Box 69, Folders 3-9, Box 88, Folders 19-20, Box 89, Folders 1-9, Box 99, Folder 14, Box 104, Folders 9-12, Box 105, Folders 1-11, Box 106, Folders 1-9, Box 107, Box, Folders 6-16, Box 108, Folders 1-14, Box 109, Folders 1-10, Box 111, Folders 4-8, 10-15.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

Series II, Correspondence and Chronological Files, pertaining to the years 1979 to 1997, include letters of appeals, donor files, direct mailings, correspondence, information bulletins, position statements, exchanges with American and international organizations, e-mail to and from Moscow, and telefaxes to and from the Soviet Union. The files cover subjects such as Anti-Zionism, nationalism, human rights violations, immigration, refugee policy, changing political conditions in the Soviet Union, Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Russian human rights groups, U.S. foreign policy, and many other issues.

BoxFolderTitleDate
64 7 Abramowitz, Yosef I., National President—Correspondence 1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
99 14 Birnbaum, Jacob—Correspondence 1985-1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
67 4 Correspondence 1991-1994
67 5 Correspondence 1991-1994
67 6 Correspondence 1993
67 7 Correspondence 1994
67 8 Correspondence 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
66 20 Correspondence—General 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
67 13 Correspondence—Thank You Letters 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
68 1 Correspondence—Thank You Letters 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
1 13 Correspondence, April-June, 1979 1979
1 12 Correspondence, January-March, 1979 1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
111 4 Correspondence, July-September, 1979 1979
111 5 Correspondence, October-December, 1979 1979
111 6 Correspondence, January-March, 1980 1980
111 7 Correspondence, April-June, 1980 1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 1 Correspondence, July-September, 1980 1980
2 2 Correspondence, October-December, 1980 1980
2 3 Correspondence, June 1-October 8, 1980 1980
2 4 Correspondence, October 9-December 31, 1980 1980
2 5 Correspondence, December 1980-January 1982 1980-1982
2 6 Correspondence, January 5-March 9, 1981 1981
2 7 Correspondence, March 12-May 14, 1981 1981
2 10 Correspondence, January 1983-April 1984 1983-1984
2 8 Correspondence, UCSJ Day Book, May 16-July 6, 1981 1981
2 9 Correspondence, UCSJ Day Book, July 6-December 2, 1981 1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
107 6 Correspondence—Email 1994
107 7 Correspondence—Email 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
111 10 Correspondence—Faxes 1992
111 11 Correspondence—Faxes 1992
111 12 Correspondence—Faxes 1992
111 13 Correspondence—Faxes 1992
111 14 Correspondence—Faxes 1992
111 15 Correspondence—Faxes 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
88 19 Correspondence—Faxes 1995
88 20 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
89 1 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
89 2 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
89 3 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
89 4 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
89 5 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
89 6 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
89 7 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
89 8 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
89 9 Correspondence—Faxes 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
67 1 Correspondence—Faxes—Incoming 1991-1992
67 2 Correspondence—Faxes—Incoming 1991-1992
67 3 Correspondence—Faxes—Incoming 1991-1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
107 9 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1991
107 10 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
108 3 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
106 1 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
106 2 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
106 3 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
106 4 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
106 5 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
106 6 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
106 7 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
107 11 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
107 12 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
107 13 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
107 14 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
107 15 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
107 16 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
108 1 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
108 2 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
108 4 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
108 5 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
108 6 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
108 7 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
108 8 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
108 9 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
105 11 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
104 10 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
104 11 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
104 12 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
105 4 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
105 5 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
105 6 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
105 7 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
105 8 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
105 9 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
105 10 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
108 10 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
108 11 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
108 12 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
108 13 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
109 1 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
109 2 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
109 4 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
109 5 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
109 6 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
109 7 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
109 8 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
109 9 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
109 10 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
104 8 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1995
104 9 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
105 3 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
106 8 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1995
106 9 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
108 14 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
109 3 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
105 1 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1996
105 2 Correspondence—Faxes—Outgoing 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
19 6 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—A 1991
19 7 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Balter-Barbalat 1991
19 8 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Barg, Alexander 1991
19 9 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Baru-Belgorodskaya 1991
19 10 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Bellovin, Milton 1991
19 11 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Benysovich—Byalik 1991
19 12 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Callers 1991
19 13 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—D 1991
19 14 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—E 1991
19 15 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—F 1991
19 16 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—G 1991
19 17 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—I 1991
19 18 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Kalyuskin-Kolchinsky 1991
19 19 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Klazen-Kzavets 1991
19 20 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—L 1991
19 21 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—M 1991
19 22 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—N 1991
19 23 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—O 1991
19 24 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—P 1991
19 25 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—R 1991
19 26 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Sandler-Shur 1991
19 27 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Shvartz-Sukholutksy 1991
19 28 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—T 1991
19 29 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—U 1991
19 30 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—V 1991
19 31 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—W 1991
19 32 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Y 1991
19 33 Emergency Committee for the Rescue of Soviet Jews—Z 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
69 3 Important Hard Copy File 1988-1989
69 4 Important Hard Copy File 1990
69 5 Important Hard Copy File 1990
69 6 Important Hard Copy File 1991
69 7 Important Hard Copy File 1992
69 8 Important Hard Copy File 1993
69 9 Important Hard Copy File 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 14 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, December 9-31, 1987 1987
8 15 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, January 1-31, 1988 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 1 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, February 1-29, 1988 1988
9 2 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, March 1-18, 1988 1988
9 3 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, March 21-31, 1988 1988
9 4 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, April 1-30, 1988 1988
9 5 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, May 1-15, 1988 1988
9 6 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, May 16-31, 1988 1988
9 7 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, June 1-30, 1988 1988
9 8 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, July 1-31, 1988 1988
9 9 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, August 1-31, 1988 1988
9 10 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, September 1-30, 1988 1988
9 11 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, October 1-15, 1988 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 1 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, October 16-31, 1988 1988
10 2 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, November 1-9, 1988 1988
10 3 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, November 10-30, 1988 1988
10 4 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, December 1-10, 1988 1988
10 5 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, December 11-31, 1988 1988
10 6 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, January 1-18, 1989 1988
10 7 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, January 19-31, 1989 1989
10 8 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, February 1-13, 1989 1989
10 9 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, February 14-28, 1989 1989
10 10 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, March 1- 15, 1989 1989
10 11 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, March 16-31, 1989 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
11 1 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, April 1-14, 1989 1989
11 2 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, April 15-30, 1989 1989
11 3 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, May 1-14, 1989 1989
11 4 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, May 15-31, 1989 1989
11 5 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, June 1-16, 1989 1989
11 6 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, June 17-30, 1989 1989
11 7 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, July 1-18, 1989 1989
11 8 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, July 19-31, 1989 1989
11 9 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, August 1-15, 1989 1989
11 10 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, August 16-30, 1989 1989
11 11 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, September 1-17, 1989 1989
11 12 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, September 18-30, 1989 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
12 1 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, October 1-12, 1989 1989
12 2 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, October 13-31, 1989 1989
12 3 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, November 1-14, 1989 1989
12 4 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, November 15-30, 1989 1989
12 5 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, December 1-31, 1989 1989
12 6 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, January 1-18, 1990 1990
12 7 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, January 19-31, 1990 1990
12 8 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, February 1-14, 1990 1990
12 9 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, February 14-28, 1990 1990
12 10 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, March 1-15, 1990 1990
12 11 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, March 16-31, 1990 1990
12 12 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, April 1-17, 1990 1990
12 13 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, April 18-30, 1990 1990
12 14 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, May 1-15, 1990 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
13 1 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, May 16-31, 1990 1990
13 2 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, June 1-14, 1990 1990
13 3 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, June 15-30, 1990 1990
13 4 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, July 1-15, 1990 1990
13 5 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, July 16-31, 1990 1990
13 6 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, August 1-15, 1990 1990
13 7 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, August 16-31, 1990 1990
13 8 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, September 1-14, 1990 1990
13 9 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, September 15-30, 1990 1990
13 10 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, October 1-14, 1990 1990
13 11 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, October 15-30, 1990 1990
13 12 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, November 1-13, 1990 1990
13 13 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, November 14-30, 1990 1990
13 14 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, December 1-11, 1990 1990
13 15 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, December 12-31, 1990 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
14 1 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, January 1-15, 1991 1991
14 2 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, January 16-31, 1991 1991
14 3 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, February 1-13, 1991 1991
14 4 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, February 14-28, 1991 1991
14 5 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, March 1-21, 1991 1991
14 6 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, June 1-13, 1991 1991
14 7 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, June 14-30, 1991 1991
14 8 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, July 1-10, 1991 1991
14 9 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, October 1-15, 1991 1991
14 10 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, October 16-31, 1991 1991
14 11 Incoming Faxes Chronological File, November 1-11, 1991 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
111 8 Letters From Presidents of the United States to UCSJ 1984, 1988, 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
18 4 Moscow E-Mail, September, 1990 1990
18 5 Moscow E-Mail, October, 1990 1990
18 6 Moscow E-Mail, November, 1990 1990
18 7 Moscow E-Mail, December, 1990 1990
18 8 Moscow E-Mail, January, 1991 1991
18 9 Moscow E-Mail, February, 1991 1991
18 10 Moscow E-Mail, March, 1991 1991
18 11 Moscow E-Mail, April, 1991 1991
18 12 Moscow E-Mail, May, 1991 1991
18 13 Moscow E-Mail, June, 1991 1991
18 14 Moscow E-Mail, July, 1991 1991
18 15 Moscow E-Mail, August, 1991 1991
18 16 Moscow E-Mail, September, 1991 1991
18 17 Moscow E-Mail, October, 1991 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
19 1 Moscow E-Mail, November, 1991 1991
19 2 Moscow E-Mail, December, 1991 1991
19 3 Moscow E-Mail, January, 1992 1992
19 4 Moscow E-Mail, February, 1992 1992
19 5 Moscow E-Mail, March 1-10, 1992 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 7 Office Chronological File, September 15-November 30 1987
7 8 Office Chronological File, December 1-31 1987
7 9 Office Chronological File, December 31-January 31, 1988 1987-1988
7 10 Office Chronological File, February 1-29, 1988 1988
7 11 Office Chronological File, February 29-March 31, 1988 1988
7 12 Office Chronological File, April 1-29, 1988 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 1 Office Chronological File, April 29-May 30, 1988 1988
8 2 Office Chronological File, June 1-22, 1988 1988
8 3 Office Chronological File, June 22-July 29, 1988 1988
8 4 Office Chronological File, August 1-25, 1988 1988
8 5 Office Chronological File, August 25-September 15, 1988 1988
8 6 Office Chronological File, September 15-30, 1988 1988
8 7 Office Chronological File, October 3-21, 1988 1988
8 8 Office Chronological File, October 17-27, 1988 1988
8 9 Office Chronological File, October 27-November 18, 1988 1988
8 10 Office Chronological File, November 4-16, 1988 1988
8 11 Office Chronological File, November 11-30, 1988 1988
8 12 Office Chronological File, November 15-29, 1988 1988
8 13 Office Chronological File, November 30-December 12, 1988 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
19 34 Office, March 21-April 10, 1991 1991
19 35 Office, April 10-May 9, 1991 1991
19 36 Office, May 9-22, 1991 1991
19 37 Office, May 22-June 3, 1991 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 15 Outgoing Chronological File, June 2-September 2, 1987 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 1 Outgoing Chronological File, September 21-October 19, 1987 1987
3 2 Outgoing Chronological File, October 20-30, 1987 1987
3 3 Outgoing Chronological File, November 1-13, 1987 1987
3 4 Outgoing Chronological File, November 15-30, 1987 1987
3 5 Outgoing Chronological File, December 1-8, 1987 1987
3 6 Outgoing Chronological File, December 8-29, 1987 1987
3 7 Outgoing Chronological File, December 8-20, 1988 1988
3 8 Outgoing Chronological File, December 21-31, 1988 1988
3 9 Outgoing Chronological File, January 1-10, 1989 1989
3 10 Outgoing Chronological File, January 11-17, 1989 1989
3 11 Outgoing Chronological File, January 18-25, 1989 1989
3 12 Outgoing Chronological File, January 25-February 9, 1989 1989
3 13 Outgoing Chronological File, February 8-15, 1989 1989
3 14 Outgoing Chronological File, February 15-28, 1989 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
4 1 Outgoing Chronological File, March 1-7, 1989 1989
4 2 Outgoing Chronological File, March 7-14, 1989 1989
4 3 Outgoing Chronological File, March 15-22, 1989 1989
4 4 Outgoing Chronological File, March 15-31, 1989 1989
4 5 Outgoing Chronological File, April 3-12, 1989 1989
4 6 Outgoing Chronological File, April 12-19, 1989 1989
4 7 Outgoing Chronological File, April 20-28, 1989 1989
4 8 Outgoing Chronological File, April 28-May 8, 1989 1989
4 9 Outgoing Chronological File, May 9-12, 1989 1989
4 10 Outgoing Chronological File, May 12-25, 1989 1989
4 11 Outgoing Chronological File, May 26-June 1, 1989 1989
4 12 Outgoing Chronological File, June 1-21, 1989 1989
4 13 Outgoing Chronological File, June 22-July 3, 1989 1989
4 14 Outgoing Chronological File, July 3-12, 1989 1989
4 15 Outgoing Chronological File, July 13-24, 1989 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 1 Outgoing Chronological File, July 24-31, 1989 1989
5 2 Outgoing Chronological File, August 1-4, 1989 1989
5 3 Outgoing Chronological File, August 4-16, 1989 1989
5 4 Outgoing Chronological File, August 17-23, 1989 1989
5 5 Outgoing Chronological File, August 23-31, 1989 1989
5 6 Outgoing Chronological File, September 1-7, 1989 1989
5 7 Outgoing Chronological File, September 7-28, 1989 1989
5 8 Outgoing Chronological File, September 28-October 1, 1989 1989
5 9 Outgoing Chronological File, October 1-24, 1989 1989
5 10 Outgoing Chronological File, October 24-31, 1989 1989
5 11 Outgoing Chronological File, October 31-November 21, 1989 1989
5 12 Outgoing Chronological File, November 22-December 11 1989
5 13 Outgoing Chronological File, December 11, 1989-February 12, 1990 1989-1990
5 14 Outgoing Chronological File, February 12-15, 1990 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 1 Outgoing Chronological File, February 15-April 4, 1990 1990
6 2 Outgoing Chronological File, April 4-May 29, 1990 1990
6 3 Outgoing Chronological File, May 29-July 17, 1990 1990
6 4 Outgoing Chronological File, July 17-August 20, 1990 1990
6 5 Outgoing Chronological File, August 20-September 10, 1990 1990
6 6 Outgoing Chronological File, September 11-October 1, 1990 1990
6 7 Outgoing Chronological File, October 1-30, 1990 1990
6 8 Outgoing Chronological File, October 31-November 28, 1990 1990
6 9 Outgoing Chronological File, November 28-December 19, 1990 1990
6 10 Outgoing Chronological File, December 19, 1990-January 3, 1991 1990-1991
6 11 Outgoing Chronological File, January 3-February 11, 1991 1991
6 12 Outgoing Chronological File, February 11-March 20, 1991 1991
6 13 Outgoing Chronological File, March 20-June 3, 1991 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 1 Outgoing Chronological File, May 30-July 24, 1991 1991
7 2 Outgoing Chronological File, July 24-October 18, 1991 1991
7 3 Outgoing Chronological File, October 11-November 27, 1991 1991
7 4 Outgoing Chronological File, November 27, 1991-February 5, 1992 1991-1992
7 5 Outgoing Chronological File, March 16-26, 1992 1992
7 6 Outgoing Chronological File, March 26-April 8, 1992 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
14 12 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, December 9, 1987-January 11, 1988 1987-1988
14 13 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, January 11-31, 1988 1988
14 14 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, February 1-23, 1988 1988
14 15 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, February 23-March 20, 1988 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
15 1 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, March 21-April 6, 1988 1988
15 2 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, April 6-30, 1988 1988
15 3 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, May 1-June 6, 1988 1988
15 4 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, June 6-30, 1988 1988
15 5 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, July 1-25, 1988 1988
15 6 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, July 25-August 31, 1988 1988
15 7 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, September 1-October 17, 1988 1988
15 8 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, October 17-December 13 1988
15 9 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, December 14, 1988-January 26, 1989 1988-1989
15 10 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, January 26-February 29, 1989 1989
15 11 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, March 1-May 3, 1989 1989
15 12 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, May 3-8, 1989 1989
15 13 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, May 9-25, 1989 1989
15 14 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, May 25-June 22, 1989 1989
15 15 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, June 23-July 24, 1989 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
16 1 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, July 24-August 9, 1989 1989
16 2 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, August 10-September 12, 1989 1989
16 3 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, September 12-October 6, 1989 1989
16 4 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, October 10-November 8, 1989 1989
16 5 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, November 8-29, 1989 1989
16 6 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, November 30-December 18, 1989 1989
16 7 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, December 18, 1989-January 20, 1990 1989-1990
16 8 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, January 22-February 22, 1990 1990
16 9 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, February 23-April 2, 1990 1990
16 10 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, April 2-May 4, 1990 1990
16 11 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, May 4-June 5, 1990 1990
16 12 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, June 5-July 2, 1990 1990
16 13 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, July 3-30, 1990 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
17 1 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, July 30-August 31, 1990 1990
17 2 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, August 31-September 23, 1990 1990
17 3 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, September 23-October 14, 1990 1990
17 4 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, October 15-29, 1990 1990
17 5 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, October 29-November 12, 1990 1990
17 6 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, November 12-December 1, 1990 1990
17 7 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, December 1-January 8, 1991 1990-1991
17 8 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, January 8-31, 1991 1991
17 9 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, January 31-February 28, 1991 1991
17 10 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, March 1-21, 1991 1991
17 11 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, March 21-April 12, 1991 1991
17 12 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, April 12-May 28, 1991 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
18 1 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, May 28-October 8, 1991 1991
18 2 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, October 8, 1991-January 27, 1992 1991-1992
18 3 Soviet Union Incoming Faxes, January 27-May 22, 1992 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 11 Unidentified Chronological File, May-October, 1986 1986
2 12 Unidentified Chronological File, October-December, 1986 1986
2 13 Unidentified Chronological File, February-October, 1987 1987
2 14 Unidentified Chronological File, October-December, 1987 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
20 1 Unidentified Chronological File, November 11-21, 1991 1991
20 2 Unidentified Chronological File, November 22-December 10, 1991 1991
20 3 Unidentified Chronological File, December 10-27, 1991 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
107 8 University of Colorado at Boulder—International Soviet Jewry Archival Project 1997
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Part 2, Series III: UCSJ Member Councils, 1969-1994

English.
Box 20, Folders 4-35, Boxes 21-23, Boxes Box 72, Folders 19-28, Box 73, Folders 1-2.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically, by subject.

Scope and Content:

Series III include materials pertaining to the activities of the UCSJ member councils, such as lobbying, briefing Congressional Representatives, public relations, establishing international contacts and other programs on behalf of the rescue movement. The documents include copies of e-mail and telefaxes between and among various affiliated councils, articles, clippings, program materials, briefing manuals, general correspondence, publications, newsletters, published case histories of Refuseniks, and other materials.

BoxFolderTitleDate
20 4 Action for Soviet Jewry, Action Manual undated
20 5 Action for Soviet Jewry, Anis, Zale—Articles by: "Establishing the Scale of the Soviet Jewry Problem," April 23, 1987—"Objecting to Direct Flights on the Basis of International Law," March 1987 1987
20 6 Action for Soviet Jewry—Briefing Manual, September 1987 1987
20 7 Action for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1980-1981, 1985, 1987-1988
20 8 Action for Soviet Jewry—Patkin, Judy—"Israeli Plan Limits Soviet Refuseniks' Freedom," Letter to Boston Globe 1988
20 9 Action for Soviet Jewry—Soviet Jewry Report, September 1993, and Post-Soviet Jewry Report, December 1993 1993
20 10 Alabama Council to Save Soviet Jews, Montgomery, AL 1984-1988
20 11 Alaskan Council for Soviet Jewry, Anchorage, AK 1989-1990
20 12 Albuquerque Council for Soviet Jews, Albuquerque, NM 1988
20 13 Ann Arbor Action for Soviet Jewry, Ann Arbor, MI 1985, 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
72 23 Arizona Council on Soviet Jewry, Phoenix, AZ 1981, 1984-1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
20 14 Arizona Council on Soviet Jewry, Phoenix, AZ 1981, 1985-1987
20 15 Baltimore Council for Soviet Jewry Baltimore, MD 1985, 1988
20 16 Baton Rouge Council Baton Rouge, LA 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
72 25 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews—BACSJ Historical Files 1974, 1983-1984
72 24 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews—Computer 1988
72 26 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews—Notebook 1983
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20 17 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—General 1980, 1984-1985
20 18 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—General 1986-1988, 1993-1994
20 19 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, Frank, Rusty E. "Public Awareness Programs of the BACSJ" June 1987 1987
20 20 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, Light, Selma, presented with plaque, October 1983 1983
20 21 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, Media Notebooks 1983-1984, 1984-1985
20 22 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, Newspaper clippings 1984-1989, 1992
20 23 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, Outcry, Includes 25th Anniversary Issue 1985-1986, 1992-1994
20 24 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, "Programmatic Materials" March 4, 1986 1986
20 25 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, "Prosecution of Jewish Emigration Activists in the USSR..." May 1986 1986
20 26 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, "Soviet Jewry and Human Rights in the USSR" 1987
20 27 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, Tamler, Edward, article "If we pursue USSR trade, human rights will be hurt" Northern California Jewish Bulletin, October 7, 1988, n.p. 1988
20 28 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, Waksberg, David—Articles by undated, 1984, 1987, 1989-1991
20 29 Beth Shalom Soviet Jewry Council, Overland Park, KS 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
72 27 Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
20 30 Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry, BASJ Bulletin 1993-1994 (incomplete) 1993-1994
20 31 Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry, Cohen, William M.—Articles by 1989-1991
20 32 Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry, Correspondence, General, Includes Newspaper Clippings 1987-1989, 1991
20 33 Central Florida Council for Soviet Jewry Clearwater, FL 1987-1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
72 28 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry—"Before the Doors Close—A Guide Book for Soviet Jewry Chairmen" Fall 1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
20 34 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1982-1983
20 35 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
21 1 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1985
21 2 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1986
21 3 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1987-1988, 1992
21 4 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Documentary Evidence of Antisemitism in the Soviet Union Today by Ivan R. Martynov 1983
21 5 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Information for CASJ Tourists undated
21 6 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Nadezhda Fradkova—Soviet Jewish Prisoner of Conscience undated
21 7 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Packet 1984
21 8 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Refusenik 1983, 1984, 1993, 1994
21 9 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Tallman, Marilyn—Articles by undated, 1992
21 10 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, We Speak for Soviet Jews undated
21 11 Cincinnati Council for Soviet Jews Cincinnati, OH 1972-1987
21 12 Cleveland Council on Soviet Antisemitism Cleveland, OH 1970-1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
73 1 Cleveland Council on Soviet Antisemitism—"Hear the Cry of the Oppressed" 1970
BoxFolderTitleDate
21 13 Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry—Concern 1980-1982, 1984, 1994
21 14 Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1980-1981
21 15 Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1982-1983
21 16 Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1984-1985
21 17 Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1986-1988, 1990, 1993-1994
21 18 Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry, Friedman, Rhoda and Lillian Hoffman "Case of Dmitri Berman Shows Moscow Still Holds Political Hostages," Rocky Mountain News. undated
21 19 Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry, Hoffman, Harry 1988
21 20 Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry, Hoffman, Lillian—Articles by 1989
21 21 Connecticut Committee for Soviet Jews West Hartford, CT 1978-1981, 1985-1987
21 22 Dallas Action for Soviet Jewry Dallas, TX 1985, 1987-1988
21 23 Des Moines Action Committee for Soviet Jews Des Moines, IA 1983-1986
21 24 Detroit Soviet Jewry Committee—Correspondence—General 1978-1979
21 25 Detroit Soviet Jewry Committee—Correspondence—General 1981-1984
21 26 Detroit Soviet Jewry Committee—Correspondence—General 1985-1987
21 27 Detroit Soviet Jewry Committee, Vigil 1982-1986
21 28 Greater Hartford's Action for Soviet Jewry West Hartford, CT 1980, 1982
21 29 Greensboro Action for Soviet Jewry Greensboro, NC 1985
21 30 Hawaii Group for Soviet Jews Honolulu, HI 1978-1981, 1987
21 31 Houston Action for Soviet Jewry, TX, Action 1984-1986
21 32 Houston Action for Soviet Jewry, TX—Correspondence—General 1984-1988
21 33 Houston Action for Soviet Jewry, TX, From Houston to Russia with Love 1985
21 34 Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Philadelphia, PA 1979-1990
21 35 Jewish Federation of the North Shore, Inc. Marblehead, MA 1979-1982, 1987
21 36 Jewish Federation of the Virginia Peninsula, Inc. Newport News, VA 1982-1988
21 37 Kansas City Council for Soviet Jewry Overland Park, KS 1984-1985
21 38 Kennewick, WA undated
21 39 Knoxville-Oak Ridge, TN. Council for Soviet Jews 1981-1986
21 40 Lansing Soviet Jewry Freedom Committee East Lansing, MI 1979-1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
73 2 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry—"We Speak for Soviet Jews" March 14, 1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
21 41 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1979-1981
21 42 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1983
21 43 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1984
21 44 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
22 2 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry, Keiss-Kuna, Elena a Collection of Poems, September 1988 1988
22 3 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry—Newspaper clippings undated
22 4 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry, Petitions to President Reagan 1987
22 5 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry, Soviet Jewry Report, (incomplete) 1979-1982
22 6 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry, Soviet Jewry Report,(incomplete) 1983, 1985-1986
22 7 Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry, "We Speak for Soviet Jews," Booklet undated
22 8 Los Alamos Committee on Soviet Antisemitism Los Alamos, NM 1979-1986
22 9 Los Angeles, CA 1978-1979
22 10 Minnesota-Dakotas Action, Action Newsletter (later became The Flame) nos. 99-101, 107-109, 111-119, 121, 123-124, 126-129 1978-1984
22 11 Minnesota-Dakotas Action—Correspondence—General 1978-1979
22 12 Minnesota-Dakotas Action—Correspondence—General 1980-1982
22 13 Minnesota-Dakotas Action—Correspondence—General 1983-1985
22 14 Minnesota-Dakotas Action—Correspondence—General 1986-1988
22 15 Minnesota-Dakotas Action, Teaching Curricula 1979
22 16 Oceanfront Council for Soviet Jewry, Brooklyn, NY 1981-1985
22 17 Oklahoma Commission for Soviet Jews, Tulsa, OK 1981-1985
22 18 Omaha Committee for Soviet Jewry, Omaha, NE, Correspondence—General, (mostly newspaper clippings) 1975- 1979
22 19 Omaha Committee for Soviet Jewry, Omaha, NE—Correspondence—General 1980-1987
22 20 Pittsfield Council for Soviet Jewry Pittsfield, MA 1979-1987
22 21 Puerto Rico Council for Soviet Jewry 1980
22 22 Santa Fe Council for Soviet Jews Santa Fe, NM 1985-1988
22 23 Sarasota Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1978-1988
22 24 Sarasota Conference on Soviet Jewry, Exodus 1979-1986
22 25 Seattle Conference on Soviet Jewry, Balint, Judy "No Gold Medals for Goodwill Games Human Rights Conference" Seattle Jewish Transcript (August 17, 1990) 1990
22 26 Seattle Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1979-1988
22 27 Southern California Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1969-1973
22 28 Southern California Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1981-1983
22 29 Southern California Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1984
22 30 Southern California Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1985
22 31 Southern California Conference on Soviet Jewry, Frumkin, Si—Articles by 1976-1980, 1984, 1987-1991
22 32 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Cantor, Hinda—Articles by 1989, 1991
22 33 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Judith Matz and Margery Sanford, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Separated Soviet Families. A Collection of Case Histories, August 1976 1976
22 34 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Wolf, Myriam, Tina Freiman, Judith Matz and Margery Sanford, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Helsinki—Promise or Betrayal? March 1977 1977
22 35 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford, Myriam P. Wolf and Judith Matz, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Belgrade, Breach or Break Through? October 1977 1977
22 36 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford, Myriam P. Wolf and Judith Matz, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Soviet Antisemitism—A New Wave, v. 5, August 1978 1978
22 37 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford, Adele Sandberg and Myriam P. Wolf, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Soviet Jews—Hostages for Trade, v. 6, August 1979 1979
22 38 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford and Adele Sandberg, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Mission in Madrid—Monitoring Moscow, v. 7, October 1980 1980
22 39 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Adele Sandberg, Margery Sanford and Myriam P. Wolf, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Seeking a New Dialogue to Save Soviet Jews, v. 8, September 1981 1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
23 1 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford, Adele Sandberg and Myriam P. Wolf, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Paris Plea for Freedom—Save Soviet Jews, v. 9, September 1982 1982
23 2 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford and Adele Sandberg, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Reopen the Gates—Save Soviet Jews, v. 10, October 1983 1983
23 3 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford and Adele Sandberg, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—1984 Is Here—Free Soviet Jews, v. 11, September 1984 1984
23 4 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford and Adele Sandberg, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Soviet Jews—Hostages All, v. 12, September 1986 1986
23 5 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford and Adele Sandberg, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Mr. Gorbachev—Let My People Go, v. 13, September 1986 1986
23 6 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Margery Sanford and Adele Sandberg, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—Glasnost and Soviet Jews—Unfulfilled Promises, v. 14 September 1987
23 7 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Adele Sandberg and Margery Sanford, Case Histories of the Refuseniks—The New Refuseniks, v. 15 September 1988
23 8 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1978
23 9 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1979
23 10 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1980-1981
23 11 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1983-1984
23 12 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1985
23 13 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—General 1986-1988
23 14 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Lifeline 1983-1985
23 15 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Newsletter 1979-1981
23 16 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Newspaper clippings undated
23 17 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry, Soviet Jewry—Programs and Activities 1982
23 18 Soviet Jewry Action Council of Harrisburg, PA 1978-1979, 1983
23 19 Soviet Jewry Committee, Jewish Federation of South Bend, IN 1978-l985
BoxFolderTitleDate
72 20 UCSJ Member Councils 1991
72 22 UCSJ Member Council—Small Council Questionnaires 1982
72 21 UCSJ Member Council Changes 1988
72 19 UCSJ Member Council List 1988-1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
23 20 Vancouver Action Committee for Soviet Jews Vancouver, B.C. 1984-1986
23 21 Waco Council of Concern for Soviet Jewry Waco, TX 1981-1984
23 22 Washington Committee for Soviet Jewry Chevy Chase, MD—Correspondence—General 1975, 1978-1980
23 23 Washington Committee for Soviet Jewry Chevy Chase, MD—Correspondence—General 1981-1984
23 24 Washington Committee for Soviet Jewry Chevy Chase, MD—Correspondence—General 1985
23 25 Washington Committee for Soviet Jewry Chevy Chase, MD—Correspondence—General 1986-1988
23 26 Washington Committee for Soviet Jewry Chevy Chase, MD, Letters from Leningrad. Today's Persecution of Jewish Culture 1981
23 27 Washington Committee for Soviet Jewry Chevy Chase, MD, Natasha's Dream, Children's Handbook on Russian Jews 1984
23 28 Washington Committee for Soviet Jewry Chevy Chase, MD, Vigil, n. 34, 41, 47, 50-53, 55-61, 63, 65-68, 71-73, 75 1977-1985
23 29 West Palm Beach Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, FL 1983-1988
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Part 2, Series IV: UCSJ Organization Files, undated, 1976-1993

English.
Box 23, Folders 30-31, Box 24, Folders 13-24, Boxes 25-29, Boxes 64-70, Box 72, Folders 13-17, Box 74, Folder 2, Box 79, Folders 16-20, Box 80, Folder 26, Box 82, Folder 27, Box 88, Folder 11, Box 89, Folder 11, Box 90, Folder 14-15, Box 92, Folder 4, Box 95, Folder 5, Box 96, Folder 10-11, Boxes 97-98, Box 100, Box 102, Folders 4, 16-17, 20-21, Box 110, Folders 1-3, 13, Box 111, Folders 1-3.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

Series IV include publications, materials on symposiums, guide books for action on the rescue movement, projects and programming files, correspondence, board of directors minutes, articles, conference and annual meeting files, press files, community relations materials, executive committee records, position papers and statements and trip reports. The files also contain materials on Soviet embassy protests in Washington. The series contains work files of the UCSJ's national president Pamela Cohen, and its national director Micah Naftalin.

BoxFolderTitleDate
64 1 Aaron Rosenbaum and Associates—Assessment of UCSJ 1983, 1985-1986
64 3 AB Data—500+ Donor Information 1987
64 6 AB Data—Agenda—UCSJ Visit March 16, 1987
64 2 AB Data—Correspondence 1985-1987
64 4 AB Data—Information 1987
64 5 AB Data—Quarterly Report Summer 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
23 30 Action Guide Book undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
64 15 Addresses Undated, 1996
64 9 Advisory Board Undated
64 24 Advisory Board 1985-1987
64 32 Advisory Board—Hruby, Blahoslav, Rev. 1986
64 33 Advisory Board—King, Coretta Scott Undated
64 34 Advisory Board—Lipkin, Harry 1983, 1985
64 35 Advisory Board—Rangel, Charles B. 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
25 24 Annual Meeting, October 14-17, 1983 1983
25 23 Annual Meeting, September 10-13, 1982 1982
25 22 Annual Meeting, September 18-21, 1981 1981
25 21 Annual Meeting, September 5-8, 1980 1980
25 26 Annual Meeting, September 9-11, 1984—General 1984
25 27 Annual Meeting, September 9-11, 1984—General 1984
25 25 Annual Meeting, Tribute to Senator Henry Jackson, October 14-17, 1983 1983
BoxFolderTitleDate
26 3 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Caterers 1985
26 4 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Community Relations 1985
26 5 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Evaluations 1985
26 6 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—General 1985
26 7 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—General 1985
26 8 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—General 1985
26 9 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Gilbert, Martin 1985
26 10 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Hauser, Rita 1985
26 11 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Miscellaneous 1985
26 12 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Packet 1985
26 13 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Press Relations 1985
26 14 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Rabbi's Panel 1985
26 15 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Situation of Soviet Jews 1985
26 16 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Soviet Politics 1985
26 17 Annual Meeting October 20-22, 1985—Twin Bridges Marriott 1985
26 22 Annual Meeting September 13-17, 1987—General 1987
26 23 Annual Meeting September 13-17, 1987—Packet 1987
26 19 Annual Meeting September 27-30, 1986—General 1986
26 20 Annual Meeting September 27-30, 1986—General 1986
26 21 Annual Meeting September 27-30, 1986—Packet 1986
26 1 Annual Meeting, September 9-11, 1984—General 1984
26 2 Annual Meeting, September 9-11, 1984—Packet 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
27 6 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Evaluation forms 1989
27 7 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Follow Up 1989
27 8 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—General 1989
27 9 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—General 1989
27 10 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Logistics/Details 1989
27 11 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Miscellaneous 1989
27 12 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Poor Relatives material, Addendums 1-18 1989
27 13 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Press Coverage 1989
27 14 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Program 1989
27 15 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Third City Reports—Includes Trip Reports 1989
27 16 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Trip Reports 1989
27 17 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Visa Applications 1989
27 18 Annual Meeting October 19-29, 1989—Untitled File 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
64 38 Appeals 1981-1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
98 8 Birthdays of Jewish Refuseniks and Prisoners undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
65 5 Board and Executive Committee Members October 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
64 10 Board Mailing Lists Undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
65 6 Board Material October 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
64 42 Board Meeting April 18-19, 1985
64 44 Board Meeting—Hotel Washington December 5, 1987
64 45 Board Meeting—Radisson Hotel, Chicago August 10-11, 1988
64 43 Board Meeting—Westin Hotel September 12, 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
65 4 Board Meeting and Congressional Briefing March 8-10, 1993
65 8 Board of Directors 1996-1997
65 7 Board of Directors 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
64 46 Board of Directors Meeting March 7-8, 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
65 1 Board of Directors Meeting January 21-22, 1990
65 2 Board of Directors Meeting January 21-22, 1990
65 3 Board of Directors Meeting January 21-22, 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
24 13 Board of Directors, Meetings and Memos 1982
24 14 Board of Directors, Meetings 1983
24 15 Board of Directors, Memos 1983
24 16 Board of Directors, Conference Call, October 28th, 1984 1984
24 17 Board of Directors, Meetings 1985
24 18 Board of Directors, Memos, December 1985 1985
24 19 Board of Directors, Meetings 1986
24 20 Board of Directors, Memos, January 1986 1986
24 21 Board of Directors, Memos, February 1986 1986
24 22 Board of Directors, Memos, March 1986 1986
24 23 Board of Directors, Memos, April 1986 1986
24 24 Board of Directors, Memos, May 1986 1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
25 1 Board of Directors, Memos, June 1986 1986
25 2 Board of Directors, Memos, July 1986 1986
25 3 Board of Directors, Memos, August 1986 1986
25 4 Board of Directors, Memos, September 1986 1986
25 5 Board of Directors, Memos, October 1986 1986
25 6 Board of Directors, Memos, November 1986 1986
25 7 Board of Directors, Memos, December 1986 1986
25 8 Board of Directors, Memos, January 1987 1987
25 9 Board of Directors, Memos, February 1987 1987
25 10 Board of Directors, Memos, March 1987 1987
25 11 Board of Directors, Memos, April 1987 1987
25 12 Board of Directors, Memos, May 1987 1987
25 13 Board of Directors, Memos, June 1987 1987
25 14 Board of Directors, Memos, July 1987 1987
25 15 Board of Directors, Memos, August 1987 1987
25 16 Board of Directors, Meetings and Memos, 1988 1988
25 17 Board of Directors, Meetings and Memos, 1990 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
65 12 Budget 1990
65 13 Budget 1993-1994
65 11 Budget/Audit 1989
65 14 Caucasian-American Bureau on Human Rights and Rule of Law—Proposal March 29, 1995
65 10 CBM Information—Auditor August 31, 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
25 18 Cohen, Pamela—Articles by 1984, 1987-1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
65 15 Cohen, Pamela—Bio Undated, 1985-1987
65 19 Cohen, Pamela—Correspondence 1990, 1994-1996
65 16 Cohen, Pamela—Correspondence, News Clippings, Testimony, Newsletters 1986-1988
65 17 Cohen, Pamela—Correspondence, News Clippings, Testimony, Newsletters 1986-1988
65 18 Cohen, Pamela—Correspondence, News Clippings, Testimony, Newsletters 1987-1990
65 21 Cohen, Pamela—Miscellaneous 1984, 1988-1990, 1995
65 22 Cohen, Pamela—Miscellaneous 1990-1992, 1994-1995
65 23 Cohen, Pamela—Miscellaneous 1986, 1990-1993, 1995-1996
65 20 Cohen, Pamela—Statements, Speeches, Reports 1984, 1987-1992
65 24 Committee on Strategy 1985
65 26 Conference Calls—Executive Board and Executive Committee 1990-1992
65 25 Conference Calls, Agendas 1990-1991
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66 13 Congress—Soviet Jewry Handbook 1988
66 17 Congress—Soviet Jewry Handbook 1989
66 18 Congress—Soviet Jewry Handbook 1991
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64 11 Congress Lists Undated
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66 15 Congress, 101st 1988-1989
66 11 Congressional Activism 1988
66 4 Congressional Briefing 1983
66 5 Congressional Briefing 1985
66 6 Congressional Briefing January 23, 1985
66 7 Congressional Briefing January, 1987
66 16 Congressional Briefing 1989
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28 1 Congressional Briefings, January 23, 1985 1985
28 2 Congressional Briefings 1987
28 3 Congressional Call to Conscience 1988
28 4 Congressional Handbook for Soviet Jewry, Volumes 1 and 2 1988-1989
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66 14 Congressional Human Rights Caucus August 9, 1988
66 19 Congressional Memos 1988-1990
66 12 Congressional Schedules Undated
66 8 Congressmen Ratings 1987-1988
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68 2 Corby-Lynn Real Estate Co. 1985-1986
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64 12 Council Mailing Lists 1988
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68 3 Council Yearly Updates 1995
68 4 Dun and Bradsheet, Inc.—Review of UCSJ 1988
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98 5 Emergency Family Reunification Initiative 1991-1992
98 12 Emergency Family Reunification Initiative 1990-1991
98 13 Emergency Family Reunification Initiative 1991
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28 5 Executive Committee Meeting, May 9, 1983 1983
28 6 Executive Committee Meeting, July 12, 1983 1983
28 7 Executive Committee Meeting—Focus on Soviet Jewry, Fall 1982 1982
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25 20 Fall Conference, September 15-17, 1979 1979
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68 12 Fundraising—Membership Letters 1993
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64 13 Foreign Alert 1986
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28 8 Freedom Fund—Funding 1985-1987 Correspondence, Including Sample Funding Request 1985-1987
28 9 Freedom Fund Before June 1986—A-E undated
28 10 Freedom Fund Before June 1986—F-J undated
28 11 Freedom Fund Before June 1986—K-P undated
28 12 Freedom Fund Before June 1986—Q-S undated
28 13 Freedom Fund Before June 1986—T-Z undated
28 14 Freedom Fund, June 1986 1986
28 15 Freedom Fund, July 1986 1986
28 16 Freedom Fund, August 1986 1986
28 17 Freedom Fund, September 1986 1986
28 18 Freedom Fund, October 1986 1986
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68 9 Fundraising 1987-1992
68 11 Fundraising—General 1986
68 13 Fundraising—Ward 1988
68 14 Fundraising Action Committee 1989-1990
68 15 Gallagher, Kelly Anne—Legal Assistant 1988
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28 19 Gallagher, Kelly Anne (Administrative Assistant)—Correspondence with Jewish Labor Committee (JLC) Re.: Trade Union Council for Soviet Jewry of JLC 1988
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68 16 General UCSJ Info and Policy Statement 1988
68 17 Guest Books 1981-1985
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23 31 Guide to Congressional Action for Soviet Jews, A 1984
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69 1 Hotels Undated
69 2 How to Run a Council 1978
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29 1 How to Run a Council, Hints and Guidelines undated
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67 11 In-Office Memos 1987
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69 10 Israel Meeting Packet 1988
69 11 Issue Briefs 1988-1990
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29 4 Kane, Jennifer (Public Affairs)—Articles by 1989
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66 10 Kelman Week 1989-1990
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111 3 Kiev Bureau 1993-1994
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82 27 Letters to the Editor 1986-1989
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69 12 Liberman—Embassy 1990
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98 3 Literature no Longer Used (Samples) 1980, 1984-1985
98 6 Literature to be Revamped by AB Data undated
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67 9 Mail Information 1984-1985
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64 14 Mailing Lists Undated
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69 13 Matching Program 1985
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64 16 Member Councils Lists 1988
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67 10 Memos From Staff 1988-1989
67 12 Memos to Staff 1988-1989
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69 15 Mendelsohn, Allan 1989-1990
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29 8 Message From Moscow III 1978
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25 19 Mid-Year Conference, March 24-26, 1979 1979
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68 10 Ministerial 1990
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69 17 Miscellaneous 1994
69 18 Miscellaneous 1982-1983
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64 17 Miscellaneous Address Adjustments for Outside Offices 1987
64 18 Miscellaneous Address Adjustments for Outside Offices 1986-1987
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69 16 Miscellaneous Legal Information 1985
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111 2 Moscow Bureau 1991-1994
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69 21 Naftalin, Micah—Correspondence 1988, 1993-1995
69 22 Naftalin, Micah—Financial Report 1994
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70 6 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-1995
70 13 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-1996
70 20 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-1997
70 27 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-1998
70 34 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-1999
70 41 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-2000
70 48 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-2001
70 55 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-2002
70 62 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-2003
70 69 Naftalin, Micah—Grants Proposals 1993-2004
70 5 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 1995
70 12 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 1996
70 19 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 1997
70 26 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 1998
70 33 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 1999
70 40 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 2000
70 47 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 2001
70 54 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 2002
70 61 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 2003
70 68 Naftalin, Micah—Grants, Progress Report on 2004
70 8 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 9 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 10 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 11 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 15 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 16 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 17 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 18 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 22 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 23 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 24 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 25 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 29 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 30 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 31 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 32 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 36 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 37 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 38 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 39 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 43 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 44 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 45 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 46 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 50 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 51 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 52 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 53 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 57 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 58 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 59 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 60 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 64 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 65 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 66 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 67 Naftalin, Micah—Miscellaneous 1995
70 7 Naftalin, Micah—Testimonies 1994-1995
70 14 Naftalin, Micah—Testimonies 1994-1996
70 21 Naftalin, Micah—Testimonies 1994-1997
70 28 Naftalin, Micah—Testimonies 1994-1998
70 35 Naftalin, Micah—Testimonies 1994-1999
70 42 Naftalin, Micah—Testimonies 1994-2000
70 49 Naftalin, Micah—Testimonies 1994-2001
70 56 Naftalin, Micah—Testimonies 1994-2002
70 63 Naftalin, Micah—Testimonies 1994-2003
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29 9 Naftalin, Micah H.—Articles by 1988, 1990
29 13 News From December 7-8, 1988 and 1989 1988-1989
29 14 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ 1983
29 15 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ 1984
29 16 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ 1986
29 17 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ 1987
29 18 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, January, March, May-June 1988 1988
29 19 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, July-December 1988 1988
29 20 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, January-March 1989 1989
29 21 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, April-May 1989 1989
29 22 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, July-November 1989 1989
29 23 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, February-April 1990 1990
29 24 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, September-December 1990 1990
29 25 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, January-March 1991 1991
29 26 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, April-June 1991 1991
29 27 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ, July-November 1991 1991
29 28 Newspaper Clippings Re.: UCSJ 1992
29 30 Old Brochures, Pamphlets, and Miscellaneous undated
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64 19 Original Address Lists 1985
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29 29 Overview of the UCSJ—On the Move—Synopsis of UCSJ's Activities In Washington, D.C. and Around the Country 1987, Includes Newspaper Clippings 1987
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68 5 Petitions—Emergency Reunification of Divided Soviet Jewish Families 1991
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98 9 Postcards undated, 1994
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29 5 Press Activities and Updates 1988
29 6 Press Activities and Updates 1989
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64 20 Rabbi Board (Labels) 1986
64 21 Rabbinic Action Committee 1986
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29 36 Reagan, President Ronald—Letter to UCSJ, October 20, 1988 1988
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98 11 Refugee Status of Soviet Jews 1989-1991
98 7 Refusenik Bracelet Request Form undated
98 4 Refuseniks Before 1979—Arbitrary for State Department undated
98 2 Ride to Freedom 1990
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68 18 Sign-In Books for Reception and Conferences Undated, 1981
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29 37 Singer, Lynn—Articles by 1988
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111 1 Skeete, Norma—Correspondence 1991-1994
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29 38 Soviet Embassy Cases Washington, D.C.—Rabbi Mendel L. Abrams et al.—Demonstration at Soviet Embassy On May 1, 1985 and Vann Om Strinko—Demonstration Re.: Cambodia at Soviet Embassy on January 28, 1985 1985
29 39 Soviet Embassy Cases Washington, D.C.—"Embassy Nine" Case—Geraldine M. Lipkin et al., Demonstration at Soviet Embassy on October 22, 1985 1985
29 40 Soviet Embassy Cases Washington, D.C.—Protests at Embassy 1985-1986—Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, etc. 1985, 1986
29 41 Soviet Embassy Cases Washington, D.C.—Embassy Protest Limit 1986
29 42 Soviet Jewry Hill Alerts, v. 1, nos. 1-20, April-September 1986 1986
29 43 Soviet Violations of Soviet and International Law, Including the Helsinki Accords, memo from Phil Weintraub to Dan Goldstein, December 3, 1985 1985
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79 20 Soviet Visa Forms undated, 1991
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110 13 Soviet Visas, Cover Letters, Instructions undated, 1984, 1986
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97 6 Speeches—Pamela Cohen 1987-1989
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29 35 Statement on Key Issues Facing Jews in Former USSR 11/93 1993
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97 7 Statements by Politicians 1986-1988
97 4 Statements of UCSJ 1982, 1985-1988
97 5 Statements of UCSJ 1986-1989
97 8 Statements of UCSJ 1980, 1985-1988
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74 2 Stonov, Leonid and Natasha 1995
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66 9 Student Lobby 1988-1989
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98 10 Subscription Renewals and Lists 1990
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64 22 Synagogues and Rabbis 1984-1985
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29 7 The Labyrinth. How to Apply to Leave Russia for Israel undated
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100 1 Trip Reports 1977-1978
100 2 Trip Reports 1979
100 3 Trip Reports 1980
100 4 Trip Reports 1980
100 5 Trip Reports 1980
100 6 Trip Reports 1980-1981
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90 14 Trip Reports 1980-1984
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100 7 Trip Reports 1981
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90 15 Trip Reports 1981-1982
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91 1 Trip Reports 1981-1982
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100 8 Trip Reports 1981-1983, 1987
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79 16 Trip Reports 1982-1984
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96 10 Trip Reports 1983-1984
96 11 Trip Reports 1983-1984
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92 4 Trip Reports 1985-1986
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79 17 Trip Reports 1988
79 18 Trip Reports 1988
79 19 Trip Reports 1992-1996
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110 3 Trip Reports and Articles Re.: Refuseniks 1984-1989, 1994
110 1 Trip Reports—UCSJ Annual Meeting Trip 1989
110 2 Trip Reports—UCSJ Annual Meeting Trip 1985, 1987-1991, 1993
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64 8 UCSJ—Activities Report to Murray Rosenberg Foundation 1995
64 37 UCSJ Anti-Fascism and Antisemitism Monitoring 1995
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65 9 UCSJ Brochures Undated
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64 23 UCSJ Business Advisory Board 1990-1995
64 36 UCSJ Foreign Policy Symposium—"After the Coop—Prospects for a Stable and Humane Post-Soviet Union" April 18, 1991
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29 2 UCSJ in the News 1988-1989
29 3 UCSJ in the News 1990
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97 2 UCSJ in the News 1990-1992
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95 5 UCSJ in the News 1994-1995
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97 3 UCSJ in the News 1994-1996
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102 20 UCSJ Leadership Conference 1986
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97 1 UCSJ Letters to the Editor 1990-1992
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89 11 UCSJ Marketing 1986
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65 27 UCSJ Meetings 1977-1985
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102 21 UCSJ Meetings in Israel 1978, 1980, 1982, 1986-1987
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69 14 UCSJ Membership Report 1989
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102 17 UCSJ Mid-Year Meeting in San Francisco 1984
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88 11 UCSJ Moscow Bureau 1989-1990
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69 20 UCSJ Moscow Bureau on Human Rights—"Russia Inside" 1991-1992
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65 28 UCSJ Participants Luncheon June 17, 1985
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102 16 UCSJ Policy Conference 1987
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29 31 UCSJ Position On the Issue of Emigration February 8, 1980 1980
29 32 UCSJ Position Papers/Statements, Soviet Jewish Emigration, International Communications Agreements, Etc. 1980
29 33 UCSJ Position Papers/Statements, Mostly by Donna Arzt 1980
29 34 UCSJ Position On Various Topics, Including Jackson-Vanik, Glasnost, ABA/ASL, Etc. 1987
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102 4 UCSJ Symposium Reports 1991
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72 13 United Loans 1988
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80 26 Waksberg, David—Cultural 1989
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72 14 Weekly Activities Report March 1988
72 15 Yad L'Yad Retreat October 2-3, 1994
72 18 Yad L'Yad 1994
72 16 Yad L'Yad 1995
72 17 Yad L'Yad 1996
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Part 2, Series V: Prisoners of Conscience (POCs), Refuseniks and Persons who Emigrated from the USSR, undated, 1970, 1972-1996

English, Russian.
Boxes 30-42, Box 73, Folders 31-32, Box 74, Folder 1, 3-5, 7, Box 80, Folders 21-22, Box 83, Folders 3-5, 8-10, 14-15, Box 86, Folders 1, 4-5, Box 88, Folder 4, Box 95, Folders 7-8, Box 96, Folder 2, Box 98, Folder 1, Box 99, Folders 1-2, 5-6, 8, 16, Box 110, Folders 4-12, 14-15.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

Series V includes case files on Prisoners of Conscience (POCs), Refuseniks and Emigrated Persons. The UCSJ kept track and worked on behalf of thousands of individual Jews denied their basic rights under the Soviet constitution and international law. The Refusenik case files typically include a short biographical sheet, listing date of birth, profession, resident address, family members, marital status, date of application for emigration, reason for refusal, and other human rights violations. These biographies were compiled by numerous sources, often by the Israel Public Council for Soviet Jewry in Tel Aviv, the Women's Campaign for Soviet Jewry (35's) in London, Member Councils in the U.S., and others. The files also include correspondence from Refuseniks and family members, case histories, and urgent action appeals. The POC files, pertaining mostly to prisoners who were released by the Soviet authorities, contain case histories, letters to Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and various ambassadors by members of Congress, exchanges of information with international Jewry organizations, and correspondence with the U.S. State Department. In addition, the POC files sometimes contain written testimonials and documentation regarding their imprisonment in Soviet labor camps or psychiatric wards, including descriptions of being subjected to medical abuse. The Emigrated files pertain to the Refuseniks granted exit to the West. These files also contain case sheets or histories, UCSJ correspondence with other U.S and international organizations, Congressional letters, clippings, and other materials.

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38 42 Affidavit Pipeline II: Voluntary Lawyers and Various Affidavits undated
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73 5 Adopt-A-Family Profiles 1987
73 6 Adopt-A-Family Profiles—Refuseniks Undated
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38 41 Affidavit Pipeline Book—Cases Completed and Correspondence undated
38 40 Affidavit Pipeline Book—Cases Pending undated
38 43 Affidavit Pipeline II—Various Affidavits (Cont.), People Who Want to Make Affidavits, and Other Efforts undated
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73 22 Agroskin, Yakov, Leningrad 1989-1990
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74 7 Alburt, Lev 1986
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99 5 Alderman, Ruth 1991-1992
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110 7 Army Draft Age Refuseniks 1988-1989
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73 23 Begun Tribunal, Philadelphia March 4, 1984
73 25 Boris Kelman Rescue Week 1989-1990
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31 29 By Occupations—Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twins—Bat Mitzvah Twins Born in 1975 and Bar Mitzvah Twins Born in 1975 1986
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30 4 Casework File 1990
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99 16 Completed Refusenik Bios 1990
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110 8 Divided Spouses and Separated Families 1987-1989
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30 5 Documents—Prisoners Commission 1990-1991
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31 30 Done R, P and E (?) 1988 undated
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73 24 Eidelman, Mikhail 1981
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30 6 E-Mail From Kim 1991
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38 44 Emigrated Case Files—Aberson, M. and E.-Akselrod, O. undated
38 45 Emigrated Case Files—Aleiner, B. undated
38 46 Emigrated Case Files—Alperovich, G.-Ariev, Y. undated
38 47 Emigrated Case Files—Aronovich, F. undated
38 48 Emigrated Case Files—Ash, S.-Bark, E. undated
38 49 Emigrated Case Files—Barras, Y. undated
38 50 Emigrated Case Files—Barsky, M.-Belichenko, L. undated
38 51 Emigrated Case Files—Belitsky, G., Includes Legal Brief in Support of undated
38 52 Emigrated Case Files—Belopolsky, L.-Bernstein, I. undated
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39 1 Emigrated Case Files—Besprozvany, I. undated
39 2 Emigrated Case Files—Blitshtein, L. undated
39 3 Emigrated Case Files—Blokh, Y. undated
39 4 Emigrated Case Files—Bogomolny, B. undated
39 5 Emigrated Case Files—Bondorover, M.-Brodsky, F. undated
39 6 Emigrated Case Files—Brodsky, V. undated
39 7 Emigrated Case Files—Brukhina-Khazankina, I.-Burlan, Y. undated
39 8 Emigrated Case Files—Burshtein, A. undated
39 9 Emigrated Case Files—Burshtein, C. undated
39 10 Emigrated Case Files—Butman, H. undated
39 11 Emigrated Case Files—Charney, B. undated
39 12 Emigrated Case Files—Cherniatsky, S. undated
39 14 Emigrated Case Files—Chernobelsky, N.-Dekhovich, B. undated
39 13 Emigrated Case Files—Chernobilsky, B. undated
39 15 Emigrated Case Files—Devyatov, B. undated
39 16 Emigrated Case Files—Dinaberg, M.-Dudkin, L. undated
39 17 Emigrated Case Files—Dymshitz, M. undated
39 18 Emigrated Case Files—Efanov, N.-Essas, I. undated
39 19 Emigrated Case Files—Essas, I. undated
39 20 Emigrated Case Files—Fabricant, L.-Federov, V. undated
39 21 Emigrated Case Files—Federov, Y. undated
39 22 Emigrated Case Files—Feldman, A. undated
39 23 Emigrated Case Files—Feldman, L. undated
39 24 Emigrated Case Files—Finkelstein, E. and A. undated
39 25 Emigrated Case Files—Fishman, Y.-Flaks, S. undated
39 26 Emigrated Case Files—Flerov, V. undated
39 27 Emigrated Case Files—Fradkin, D. undated
39 28 Emigrated Case Files—Fradkin, G. undated
39 29 Emigrated Case Files—Fradkova, N. undated
39 30 Emigrated Case Files—Freidlin, M.-Freiman, G. undated
39 31 Emigrated Case Files—Fridman, K. undated
39 32 Emigrated Case Files—Friedland, V.-Genkin, L. undated
39 33 Emigrated Case Files—Genis, A. undated
39 34 Emigrated Case Files—Gilbo, E. undated
39 35 Emigrated Case Files—Gildengorn, I.-Gluzman, S. undated
39 36 Emigrated Case Files—Godyak, V. undated
39 37 Emigrated Case Files—Gogerman, A.-Golbraikh, I. undated
39 38 Emigrated Case Files—Goldfarb, D. undated
39 39 Emigrated Case Files—Goldfarb, E. undated
39 40 Emigrated Case Files—Goldfarb, L. undated
39 41 Emigrated Case Files—Goldin, I.-Goldman, A. undated
39 42 Emigrated Case Files—Goldstein, G. and I. undated
39 43 Emigrated Case Files—Golfand, Y.-Grinstein, V. undated
39 44 Emigrated Case Files—Grivnina, I. undated
39 45 Emigrated Case Files—Gudava, T., Includes Info on Documentary Novel Criminals, the Story of One Soviet Family undated
39 46 Emigrated Case Files—Gudz, I. and J. undated
39 47 Emigrated Case Files—Gulko, B. undated
39 48 Emigrated Case Files—Gulko, B. undated
39 49 Emigrated Case Files—Gumnitzsky, S.-Gutman, I. undated
39 50 Emigrated Case Files—Hess, G. undated
39 51 Emigrated Case Files—Ioffee, A. undated
39 52 Emigrated Case Files—Irlin, I. undated
39 53 Emigrated Case Files—Kalendarov, E. and M. undated
39 54 Emigrated Case Files—Kaminsky, A.-Kanevsky, V. undated
39 55 Emigrated Case Files—Kanevsky, B. undated
39 56 Emigrated Case Files—Kanevsky, P.-Kapelyan, J. and T. undated
39 57 Emigrated Case Files—Karlin, D.-Kazakovsky, M. undated
39 58 Emigrated Case Files—Kelman, B. undated
39 59 Emigrated Case Files—Khachaturyan, A. undated
39 60 Emigrated Case Files—Khachaturyan, K. undated
39 61 Emigrated Case Files—Khantsis, Y.-Khanukaev, I. undated
39 62 Emigrated Case Files—Khassin, G. and N. undated
39 63 Emigrated Case Files—Khazanov, A. undated
39 64 Emigrated Case Files—Khesim, O. undated
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40 1 Emigrated Case Files—Khnokh, L. undated
40 2 Emigrated Case Files—Kilov, H. undated
40 3 Emigrated Case Files—Kilov, I.-Klemberg, B. undated
40 4 Emigrated Case Files—Klotz, B. undated
40 5 Emigrated Case Files—Kluzhner, E.-Knizhnik, Y. undated
40 6 Emigrated Case Files—Kochubievsky, F. undated
40 7 Emigrated Case Files—Kodner, A.-Kornblit, M. undated
40 8 Emigrated Case Files—Kosharovsky, L. undated
40 9 Emigrated Case Files—Kosharovsky, Y., Includes "Orphans of Glasnost" by Martin Gilbert, Hadassah Magazine, 1988
40 10 Emigrated Case Files—Kotlov, E. undated
40 11 Emigrated Case Files—Kotlyar, M. undated
40 12 Emigrated Case Files—Kratasiuk, I.-Kunin, L. undated
40 13 Emigrated Case Files—Kusaeva, B.-Kuznetsov, A. undated
40 14 Emigrated Case Files—Kuznetsov, E. undated
40 15 Emigrated Case Files—Kuznetsov, F.-Lederman, G. undated
40 16 Emigrated Case Files—Lein, Y. undated
40 17 Emigrated Case Files—Lemberg, G.-Lerman, Y. undated
40 18 Emigrated Case Files—Lerner, A. and J. undated
40 19 Emigrated Case Files—Lerner, V. undated
40 20 Emigrated Case Files—Leschiner, B.-Levitas, F. undated
40 21 Emigrated Case Files—Libenson, B.-Lifshitz, F. undated
40 25 Emigrated Case Files—Lifshitz, M.-Mai, A. undated
40 22 Emigrated Case Files—Lifshitz, V. and A. undated
40 23 Emigrated Case Files—Lifshitz, V. and A. undated
40 24 Emigrated Case Files—Lifshitz, V. and A. undated
40 26 Emigrated Case Files—Makhmudov, A.-Marinov, M. undated
40 27 Emigrated Case Files—Markman, A.-Markov, A. undated
40 28 Emigrated Case Files—Martynova, E. undated
40 29 Emigrated Case Files—Maryasin, A. undated
40 30 Emigrated Case Files—Matveev, Y.-Matveyev, S. undated
40 31 Emigrated Case Files—Medvekov, Y. undated
40 32 Emigrated Case Files—Meiman, N. and I. undated
40 33 Emigrated Case Files—Meiman, N. and I. undated
40 34 Emigrated Case Files—Mendelevich, I. undated
40 35 Emigrated Case Files—Mendzheritsky, E. undated
40 36 Emigrated Case Files—Mengeritsky, E. undated
40 37 Emigrated Case Files—Mesh, Y. undated
40 38 Emigrated Case Files—Meskina, E.-Mezhiborksy, M. undated
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41 1 Emigrated Case Files—Mikhalev, D. undated
41 2 Emigrated Case Files—Milman, L. undated
41 3 Emigrated Case Files—Minkin, I.-Muchnik, N. undated
41 4 Emigrated Case Files—Murzhenko, L. undated
41 5 Emigrated Case Files—Nashpitz, M. undated
41 6 Emigrated Case Files—Nishnevich, A. undated
41 7 Emigrated Case Files—Nudel, I. undated
41 8 Emigrated Case Files—Odessky, B.-Olshansky, G. undated
41 9 Emigrated Case Files—Orlov, B. and E. undated
41 10 Emigrated Case Files—Orlov, Y. undated
41 11 Emigrated Case Files—Orzhekhovsky, L. undated
41 12 Emigrated Case Files—Osnis, M. undated
41 13 Emigrated Case Files—Ostrovsky, G.-Pelakh, V. undated
41 14 Emigrated Case Files—Penson, B. undated
41 15 Emigrated Case Files—Piatigorsky, Y.-Polonsky, P. undated
41 16 Emigrated Case Files—Popov, L. and A.-Priakhina, I. undated
41 17 Emigrated Case Files—Prestin, V. undated
41 18 Emigrated Case Files—Prilutzkaya, M.-Pustilnik, A. undated
41 19 Emigrated Case Files—Pyatetsky, A. undated
41 20 Emigrated Case Files—Pyatigorsky, R. undated
41 21 Emigrated Case Files—Raben, A. undated
41 22 Emigrated Case Files—Raben, E.-Raigorodsky, M. undated
41 23 Emigrated Case Files—Raiz, C. undated
41 24 Emigrated Case Files—Raiz, V. undated
41 25 Emigrated Case Files—Rappoport, A.-Ratner, N. undated
41 26 Emigrated Case Files—Reiderman, Y.-Reznikova, I. undated
41 27 Emigrated Case Files—Rodin, Y. undated
41 28 Emigrated Case Files—Roitburd, A. undated
41 29 Emigrated Case Files—Roitburd, L. undated
41 30 Emigrated Case Files—Roschina, N.-Rykova, G. undated
41 31 Emigrated Case Files—Salman, M. undated
41 32 Emigrated Case Files—Samoilovich, G. undated
41 33 Emigrated Case Files—Schein, B. undated
41 34 Emigrated Case Files—Schiglik, D.-Shakhovskaya, B. undated
41 35 Emigrated Case Files—Shamaev, B.-Shinsky, V. undated
41 43 Emigrated Case Files—Shifrin Family-Shtykan, V. undated
41 36 Emigrated Case Files—Shipov, M. undated
41 37 Emigrated Case Files—Shipov, V. undated
41 38 Emigrated Case Files—Shkolnik, I. undated
41 39 Emigrated Case Files—Shmailov, B. undated
41 40 Emigrated Case Files—Shnirman, S. undated
41 41 Emigrated Case Files—Shoikhet, Y.-Shpeizman, B. undated
41 42 Emigrated Case Files—Shpeisman, Y. undated
41 45 Emigrated Case Files—Shtern, M., Includes New York Medical Committee on Soviet Jewry's "The New Doctor's 'Plot:' The Trial of Dr. Mikhail Shtern" 1975
41 46 Emigrated Case Files—Shtern, Y.-Slavin, D. undated
41 44 Emigrated Case Files—Shukhgalter, A. and E. undated
41 47 Emigrated Case Files—Slepak, V. undated
41 48 Emigrated Case Files—Slepov, A.-Spektor, M. undated
41 49 Emigrated Case Files—Stachenko, G. undated
41 50 Emigrated Case Files—Starobeesky, Z. undated
41 53 Emigrated Case Files—Stomatova, A.-Tabachnik, Y. undated
41 51 Emigrated Case Files—Stonov, L.—Articles by 1991, 1992
41 52 Emigrated Case Files—Stonov, L., general undated
41 54 Emigrated Case Files—Tarnopolsky, Y. undated
41 55 Emigrated Case Files—Teplitsky, Y. undated
41 56 Emigrated Case Files—Terlitsky, M. undated
41 57 Emigrated Case Files—Tesler, Z.-Tsivkin, V. undated
41 58 Emigrated Case Files—Tsivin, M. undated
41 59 Emigrated Case Files—Tsukerman, V. undated
41 60 Emigrated Case Files—Tukashinsky, L. undated
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42 1 Emigrated Case Files—Tunkel, I.-Ustayev, R. undated
42 2 Emigrated Case Files—Utevskaya, E. undated
42 3 Emigrated Case Files—Vainer, A.-Vainer, S. undated
42 4 Emigrated Case Files—Vainerman, B. undated
42 5 Emigrated Case Files—Vainerman, L.-Vaisimberger, M. undated
42 6 Emigrated Case Files—Varvak, L. undated
42 7 Emigrated Case Files—Varvak, M.-Varvak, N. undated
42 8 Emigrated Case Files—Vashchenko, P. and L. undated
42 9 Emigrated Case Files—Vashevnikov, E.-Weinberg, S. undated
42 10 Emigrated Case Files—Wexler, Y., "The Experiences of Jews in the Soviet Union" undated
42 11 Emigrated Case Files—Yankelevich, Z.-Zavurov, A. undated
42 12 Emigrated Case Files—Zavurov, I. undated
42 13 Emigrated Case Files—Zeliger, L.-Zelkind, L. undated
42 14 Emigrated Case Files—Zieman, Y. undated
42 15 Emigrated Case Files—Zilber, B.-Zulfugarov, Y. undated
42 16 Emigrated Case Files—Zunshine, Z.—Includes Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry "The Zunshine Papers—Persecution and Jewish Resistance" 1985
42 17 Emigrated Case Files—Zuravsky, S. undated
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110 12 Émigrés undated
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99 1 Gluzman, Semyon 1980-1985, 1992
99 2 Gluzman, Semyon—Psychiatric Abuse 1974, 1976
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110 4 Grounds for Refusal 1986-1988
110 11 Hebrew Teachers 1987-1988
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30 2 Jewish Prisoners in the USSR 1983
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73 26 Koinov, Iosif 1995
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110 14 Lawyers for Refuseniks 1989
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73 32 Lozansky, Edward—Sakharov 1986
73 27 Lubman, Leonid undated
73 28 Lyakhovetsky, Arthur, Dr. 1995
73 29 Mirzayanov, Vil, Dr. 1994
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31 31 Moment Magazine—List Of Refuseniks to Receive Moment 1988
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30 3 News File 1988
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83 8 Oldest Cases 1986
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30 7 POCs File, Includes Lists of Refuseniks and POCs undated
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99 8 Political Prisoners Statements and Bios 1990
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110 10 Poor Relatives 1987-1989
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73 18 Prisoner Information 1991
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86 4 Prisoners 1986-1988
86 5 Prisoners 1985-1993
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73 16 Prisoners Commission—Action Alert September 27, 1996
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30 8 Prisoner's Commission File 1989-1991
30 9 Prisoners File 1988-1991
30 10 Prisoners File, includes "The UCSJ Prisoners Commission—Goals and Objectives" 1989-1991
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96 2 Prisoners of Conscience 1970, 1975-1980, 1983
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73 17 Prisoners of Conscience List 1983-1984, 1986
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30 11 Prisoners Work to be Done File undated
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73 21 Refugee Admission—Proposal for Fiscal Year 1996 1995
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83 14 Refugees Without Permission 1990
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31 32 Refusals, Permissions, Emigrations File 1988 1988
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73 7 Refusenik Bios—Resolved Cases 1988-1989
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32 7 Refusenik Case Files—Abaev, M.-Abramov, E. undated
32 8 Refusenik Case Files—Abramov, M. undated
32 9 Refusenik Case Files—Abramova, O.-Abramovich, L. undated
32 10 Refusenik Case Files—Abramovich, P. undated
32 11 Refusenik Case Files—Abramovich, U.-Abromovna, M. undated
32 12 Refusenik Case Files—Abronzon, A. undated
32 13 Refusenik Case Files—Abuliak, K.-Adler, N. undated
32 14 Refusenik Case Files—Agarkov, B. undated
32 15 Refusenik Case Files—Agranov, B.-Aizenberg, B. undated
32 16 Refusenik Case Files—Aizenberg, E. undated
32 17 Refusenik Case Files—Aizenberg, M.-Aksenov, V. undated
32 18 Refusenik Case Files—Akura, A.-Albet, L. undated
32 19 Refusenik Case Files—Albrecht, V. undated
32 20 Refusenik Case Files—Aleinikova, M.-Alpernas, G. undated
32 21 Refusenik Case Files—Alpert, Y. undated
32 22 Refusenik Case Files—Alter, G.-Antonova, I. undated
32 23 Refusenik Case Files—Antsupov, Y. undated
32 24 Refusenik Case Files—Apartsev, A.-Apekyn, V. undated
32 25 Refusenik Case Files—Appel, V.-Aronov, V. undated
32 26 Refusenik Case Files—Aronovich, M.-Askhakov, S. undated
32 27 Refusenik Case Files—Astrakhan, P. undated
32 28 Refusenik Case Files—Atakowa-Akselrod, E.-Azersky, E. undated
32 29 Refusenik Case Files—Azrielevich, M.-Bahrah, V. undated
32 30 Refusenik Case Files—Bakaleinik, A.-Batovrin, S. undated
32 31 Refusenik Case Files—Batumbaev, R.-Beckman, N. undated
32 32 Refusenik Case Files—Begun, Yosef—Articles by 1988
32 33 Refusenik Case Files—Begun, Yosef—Correspondence—General undated
32 34 Refusenik Case Files—Beilin, B.-Belin, M. undated
32 35 Refusenik Case Files—Belkin, A.-Belyatsky, A. undated
32 36 Refusenik Case Files—Bendersky, B.- Berdichevsky, S. undated
32 37 Refusenik Case Files—Beregovoy, V.-Berenfeld, M. undated
32 38 Refusenik Case Files—Berenshtein, Y. undated
32 39 Refusenik Case Files—Berenstein, J.-Berkowitz, Y. undated
32 40 Refusenik Case Files—Berkun, E.-Berman, L. undated
32 41 Refusenik Case Files—Berner, M.-Bialy, M. undated
32 42 Refusenik Case Files—Bichovsky, V.-Blankman, I. undated
32 43 Refusenik Case Files—Blatnoi, D. undated
32 44 Refusenik Case Files—Blayvas, N.-Bolotin, A. undated
32 45 Refusenik Case Files—Bolyachevsky, Y.-Borodyansky, A. undated
32 46 Refusenik Case Files—Borovinsky, S. undated
32 47 Refusenik Case Files—Borshansky, E.-Brailovsky, M. undated
32 48 Refusenik Case Files—Brailovsky, V. undated
32 49 Refusenik Case Files—Brainina, P.-Braylyan, D. undated
32 50 Refusenik Case Files—Brekhman, G.-Broitman, O. undated
32 51 Refusenik Case Files—Brokhin, S.-Brushin, I. undated
32 52 Refusenik Case Files—Brusilovsky, Y.-Butov, P. undated
32 53 Refusenik Case Files—Buyanover, O.-Cheremoshniuk, I. undated
32 54 Refusenik Case Files—Cherkasov, A. undated
32 55 Refusenik Case Files—Cherkasskaya, E.-Chmelinsky, Y. undated
32 56 Refusenik Case Files—Chudinov, A.-Daich, A. undated
32 57 Refusenik Case Files—Dakhno, A.-Danovich, G. undated
32 58 Refusenik Case Files—Dashevsky, V. undated
32 59 Refusenik Case Files—Datzkovsky, I.-Diatchkov, A. undated
32 60 Refusenik Case Files—Dicky, S.-Dorfman, G. undated
32 61 Refusenik Case Files—Dorin, B.-Druznikov, Y. undated
32 62 Refusenik Case Files—Dubianskaya, I. undated
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33 1 Refusenik Case Files—Dubina, N.-Dynkin, B. undated
33 2 Refusenik Case Files—Dynkin, E. undated
33 3 Refusenik Case Files—Dyomin, N.-Edelman, L. undated
33 4 Refusenik Case Files—Edelshtein, Y. undated
33 5 Refusenik Case Files—Edidovich, A.-Elbert, H. undated
33 6 Refusenik Case Files—Elbert, L. undated
33 7 Refusenik Case Files—Elbert, M. undated
33 8 Refusenik Case Files—Elbert, V.-Erlich, E. undated
33 9 Refusenik Case Files—Erlich, I.-Eydus, V. undated
33 10 Refusenik Case Files—Faermark, V.-Faktorovitch, B. undated
33 11 Refusenik Case Files—Falikovich, S.-Feldman, F. undated
33 12 Refusenik Case Files—Feldman, G. undated
33 13 Refusenik Case Files—Feldman, I.-Felman, M. undated
33 14 Refusenik Case Files—Feltsman, V. undated
33 15 Refusenik Case Files—Ferdman, I.-Finkel, L. undated
33 16 Refusenik Case Files—Finkel, M. undated
33 17 Refusenik Case Files—Finkel, S.-Flekel, E. undated
33 18 Refusenik Case Files—Flomenblit, F. undated
33 19 Refusenik Case Files—Fortun, I.-Fridlender, F. undated
33 20 Refusenik Case Files—Fridman, A.-Fridman, V. undated
33 21 Refusenik Case Files—Friedman, B. undated
33 22 Refusenik Case Files—Friedman, R.-Fuksshimov, K. undated
33 23 Refusenik Case Files—Fulmacht, V. undated
33 24 Refusenik Case Files—Furer, I.-Furman, L. undated
33 25 Refusenik Case Files—Furman, L. undated
33 26 Refusenik Case Files—Furman, N.-Futoryansky, I. undated
33 27 Refusenik Case Files—Gaberman, E.-Gandelman, V. undated
33 28 Refusenik Case Files—Ganielin, V.-Geht, V. undated
33 29 Refusenik Case Files—Geishis, G. undated
33 30 Refusenik Case Files—Geishis, L.-Gelfgat, M. undated
33 31 Refusenik Case Files—Gendin, L. undated
33 32 Refusenik Case Files—Gendler, L.-Genin, A. undated
33 33 Refusenik Case Files—Genin, M.- undated
33 34 Refusenik Case Files—Genusov, G. undated
33 35 Refusenik Case Files—Ger, B.-Ghenis, A. undated
33 36 Refusenik Case Files—Ghinnis, B. undated
33 37 Refusenik Case Files—Gilbo, E. undated
33 38 Refusenik Case Files—Gilis, M.-Gimmelfarb, I. undated
33 39 Refusenik Case Files—Gimpelson, G. undated
33 40 Refusenik Case Files—Ginis, B.-Ginzberg, V. undated
33 41 Refusenik Case Files—Girshovich, M.- undated
33 42 Refusenik Case Files—Gitelman, I.-Gogansky, I. undated
33 43 Refusenik Case Files—Gogerman, G.-Gold, M. undated
33 44 Refusenik Case Files—Goldberg, A. undated
33 45 Refusenik Case Files—Goldberg, A.-Goldman, L. undated
33 46 Refusenik Case Files—Goldort, C. undated
33 47 Refusenik Case Files—Goldshtein, I.-Gorbaty, B. undated
33 48 Refusenik Case Files—Gorbis, Z. undated
33 49 Refusenik Case Files—Gorbunov, D.-Gornshstein, B. undated
33 50 Refusenik Case Files—Gorodetsky, G. undated
33 51 Refusenik Case Files—Gorodetsky, L.-Gorodetsky, M. undated
33 52 Refusenik Case Files—Gorodetsky, Y. undated
33 53 Refusenik Case Files—Gorodnitsky, V.-Grechanik, Y. undated
33 54 Refusenik Case Files—Grechanovsky, E. undated
33 55 Refusenik Case Files—Grechanovsky, O.-Grinfeld, Y. undated
33 56 Refusenik Case Files—Groberman, I.-Grosman, M. undated
33 57 Refusenik Case Files—Grossman, L. undated
33 58 Refusenik Case Files—Groudskaya, A.-Grubman, G. undated
33 59 Refusenik Case Files—Grunkin, M. undated
33 60 Refusenik Case Files—Grushkovsky, A.-Gruzman, Z. undated
33 61 Refusenik Case Files—Guberman, I. undated
33 62 Refusenik Case Files—Guburuk, I.-Gur, M. undated
33 63 Refusenik Case Files—Gurarie, N. undated
33 64 Refusenik Case Files—Gurevich, B.-Guryvich, A. undated
33 65 Refusenik Case Files—Gutkina, G. undated
33 66 Refusenik Case Files—Gutman, G. undated
33 67 Refusenik Case Files—Gutman, M.-Hromchenko, P. undated
33 68 Refusenik Case Files—Hurgun, B.-Ioffe, D. undated
33 69 Refusenik Case Files—Ioffe, J. undated
33 70 Refusenik Case Files—Ioffe, O.-Israilsky, A. undated
33 71 Refusenik Case Files—Itkin, E.-Kadushin, B. undated
33 72 Refusenik Case Files—Kagan, A. undated
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34 1 Refusenik Case Files—Kagan, B.-Kaminskaya, L. undated
34 2 Refusenik Case Files—Kamkin, Y.-Kantorovitch, I. undated
34 3 Refusenik Case Files—Kapchitz, B.-Kaplansky, M. undated
34 4 Refusenik Case Files—Kaploon, N.-Kartavaya-Gofner, B. undated
34 5 Refusenik Case Files—Karvazkaya, M.-Katz, I. undated
34 6 Refusenik Case Files—Katz, I. undated
34 7 Refusenik Case Files—Katz, M.-Kegelman, A. undated
34 8 Refusenik Case Files—Kelbert, L. undated
34 9 Refusenik Case Files—Kerber, S.-Khananaev, A. undated
34 10 Refusenik Case Files—Khandros, V.-Khasin, G. undated
34 11 Refusenik Case Files—Khasin, Y. undated
34 12 Refusenik Case Files—Khasin-Averbukh, D.-Khmelnitskaya, C. undated
34 13 Refusenik Case Files—Khmelnitsky, Refuseniks in-Khodos, I. undated
34 14 Refusenik Case Files—Kholmiansky, A.- undated
34 15 Refusenik Case Files—Kholmiansky, M.-Kider, A. undated
34 16 Refusenik Case Files—Kilberg, M.-Kiselev, I. undated
34 17 Refusenik Case Files—Kilik-Kiselev, I. undated
34 18 Refusenik Case Files—Kislik, Vladimir—Articles by undated, 1988
34 19 Refusenik Case Files—Kislik, Vladimir—Correspondence—General undated
34 20 Refusenik Case Files—Kizelov, F.-Kleinman, L. undated
34 21 Refusenik Case Files—Klepshtein, A.-Klinger, S. undated
34 22 Refusenik Case Files—Knokh, V. undated
34 24 Refusenik Case Files—Koblents, R.-Kofman, E. undated
34 25 Refusenik Case Files—Kogan, A. undated
34 26 Refusenik Case Files—Kogan, B.-Kogan, S. undated
34 27 Refusenik Case Files—Kogan, S. undated
34 28 Refusenik Case Files—Kogan, V.-Koifman, A. undated
34 29 Refusenik Case Files—Koifman, Y. undated
34 30 Refusenik Case Files—Kokorev, V.-Komrash, V. undated
34 31 Refusenik Case Files—Komsitsky, I.-Korotkov, B. undated
34 23 Refusenik Case Files—Kondria, A. undated
34 32 Refusenik Case Files—Korsunsky, L.-Kortyn, L. undated
34 33 Refusenik Case Files—Koryagin, A. undated
34 34 Refusenik Case Files—Kosansky, N.-Kotlarchuk, I. undated
34 35 Refusenik Case Files—Kotler, I. undated
34 36 Refusenik Case Files—Kotliar, L.-Kovalenko, N. undated
34 37 Refusenik Case Files—Kovner, M. undated
34 38 Refusenik Case Files—Kovton, M.-Kravinsky, G. undated
34 39 Refusenik Case Files—Kravtsov, A.-Kremen, M. undated
34 40 Refusenik Case Files—Kremen, M. undated
34 41 Refusenik Case Files—Kremnev, V.-Krochik, G. undated
34 42 Refusenik Case Files—Kroiter, D.-Kun, P. undated
34 43 Refusenik Case Files—Kuna, G. and Keiss-Kuna, L. undated
34 44 Refusenik Case Files—Kunin, M.-Kupavcev-Radovolsky, L. undated
34 45 Refusenik Case Files—Kuperman, E. undated
34 46 Refusenik Case Files—Kuperman, R.-Kushnir, A. undated
34 47 Refusenik Case Files—Kushnir, A. undated
34 48 Refusenik Case Files—Kushnirenko, I. undated
34 49 Refusenik Case Files—Kutchuk, Y.-Kuznetsov, Y. undated
34 50 Refusenik Case Files—Kvartina, I. undated
34 51 Refusenik Case Files—Kvitnitzkaya, A.-Lamm, F. undated
34 55 Refusenik Case Files—La Voot, A.-Leenson, A. undated
34 52 Refusenik Case Files—Landsman, B. undated
34 53 Refusenik Case Files—Langborg, R.-Lapseker, E. undated
34 54 Refusenik Case Files—Latinsky, I. undated
34 56 Refusenik Case Files—Lein, Y. undated
34 57 Refusenik Case Files—Leites, B.-Lev, S. undated
34 58 Refusenik Case Files—Lev, Y.-Levchenko, S. undated
34 59 Refusenik Case Files—Levich, B. undated
34 60 Refusenik Case Files—Levin, A.-Levin, S. undated
34 61 Refusenik Case Files—Levin, Y. undated
34 62 Refusenik Case Files—Levin, Y.-Levina, L. undated
34 63 Refusenik Case Files—Levina, S. undated
34 64 Refusenik Case Files—Levina-Tretyakova, T.-Levinov, M. undated
34 65 Refusenik Case Files—Levit, G. undated
34 66 Refusenik Case Files—Levit, L.-Liandres, M. undated
34 67 Refusenik Case Files—Liberman, S.-Liebersohn, A. undated
34 68 Refusenik Case Files—Lifshitz, Be. undated
34 69 Refusenik Case Files—Lifshitz, Bo.-Lioznov, Y. undated
34 80 Refusenik Case Files—Likinov, P.-Luria, M. undated
34 70 Refusenik Case Files—Lipchin, T. undated
34 71 Refusenik Case Files—Lipetskaya, M.-Livni, M. undated
34 72 Refusenik Case Files—Livshits, V.-Livshitz, A. undated
34 73 Refusenik Case Files—Livshitz, B. undated
34 74 Refusenik Case Files—Livshitz, C.-Lokshin, B. undated
34 75 Refusenik Case Files—Lokshin, O. undated
34 76 Refusenik Case Files—Loluveichik, D.-Lubliner, A. undated
34 77 Refusenik Case Files—Lubman, L. undated
34 78 Refusenik Case Files—Luboshitz, F.-Ludin, L. undated
34 79 Refusenik Case Files—Lukatsky, A. undated
34 81 Refusenik Case Files—Lurie, E. undated
34 82 Refusenik Case Files—Lurje, J.-Lvovna, S. undated
34 83 Refusenik Case Files—Lvovsky, M. undated
34 84 Refusenik Case Files—Lyubchenko, T.-Lyumer, N. undated
34 85 Refusenik Case Files—Magarik, A. undated
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35 1 Refusenik Case Files—Magarshak, Y. undated
35 2 Refusenik Case Files—Magazanik, N. undated
35 3 Refusenik Case Files—Magidovich, A. undated
35 4 Refusenik Case Files—Maidanikova, A.-Makorovskii, Y. undated
35 5 Refusenik Case Files—Makushkin, M. undated
35 6 Refusenik Case Files—Malaev, A.-Marder, Y. undated
35 7 Refusenik Case Files—Margolius undated
35 8 Refusenik Case Files—Margulis, D.-Markish, M. undated
35 10 Refusenik Case Files—Markov, Edu.-Marmorshtein, E. undated
35 9 Refusenik Case Files—Markov, Edw. undated
35 11 Refusenik Case Files—Martinov, I., includes "Documentary Evidence of Antisemitism in the Soviet Union Today" 1983—by him and Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry undated
35 12 Refusenik Case Files—Martinovich, K.-Massover, Y. undated
35 13 Refusenik Case Files—Matlina, E. undated
35 14 Refusenik Case Files—Matov, I.-Mednick, S. undated
35 15 Refusenik Case Files—Medvedkova, O. undated
35 16 Refusenik Case Files—Meierovich, B. undated
35 18 Refusenik Case Files—Meiman, I. undated
35 17 Refusenik Case Files—Mejakh, M. undated
35 19 Refusenik Case Files—Mekibel, A.-Mendeleev, O. undated
35 20 Refusenik Case Files—Mendeleyev, O. undated
35 21 Refusenik Case Files—Merensky, V.-Meshkauskas, E. undated
35 22 Refusenik Case Files—Meshov, V. undated
35 23 Refusenik Case Files—Mestechkin, A.-Mezebovsky, S. undated
35 24 Refusenik Case Files—Michanovsky, N. undated
35 25 Refusenik Case Files—Michnikov, N.-Mishiner, Y. undated
35 26 Refusenik Case Files—Mizrukhina, I.-Moiseyeva, S. undated
35 27 Refusenik Case Files—Mokhson, V.-Moshkovich, I. undated
35 28 Refusenik Case Files—Movishyuk, Y.-Movshovich, M. undated
35 29 Refusenik Case Files—Moxson, V. undated
35 30 Refusenik Case Files—Muchnik, A.-Mushinsky, V. undated
35 31 Refusenik Case Files—Mustafaeva, A.-Nabutovksy, V. undated
35 33 Refusenik Case Files—Nadgorny, N.-Nekrasov, A. undated
35 32 Refusenik Case Files—Nadgornyi, E. undated
35 34 Refusenik Case Files—Nekrasov, M. undated
35 35 Refusenik Case Files—Nemchinskaya, I.-Nemirovksy, P. undated
35 36 Refusenik Case Files—Nempomniashy, M. undated
35 37 Refusenik Case Files—Neuhaus, L.-Nezlin, R. undated
35 38 Refusenik Case Files—Niepomniashchy, Y.-Novikova, I. undated
35 39 Refusenik Case Files—Novofaskovsky, G.-Orshansky, M. undated
35 40 Refusenik Case Files—Orsher, F.-Ostroverkh, V. undated
35 41 Refusenik Case Files—Ostrovksy, A.-Ostrovksy, L. undated
35 42 Refusenik Case Files—Ostrovksy, Z. undated
35 43 Refusenik Case Files—Ostrovksy, Z. undated
35 44 Refusenik Case Files—Ovsienko, A. undated
35 45 Refusenik Case Files—Ovsishcher, L. undated
35 46 Refusenik Case Files—Ozadovsky, I.-Palanker, E. undated
35 47 Refusenik Case Files—Palanker, V. undated
35 48 Refusenik Case Files—Palatnik, D.-Papernik, A. undated
35 49 Refusenik Case Files—Paritsky, A. undated
35 50 Refusenik Case Files—Paritsky, P. undated
35 51 Refusenik Case Files—Parkhomnik, G.-Peisin, D. undated
35 52 Refusenik Case Files—Pekar, I. undated
35 53 Refusenik Case Files—Pekareva, A. undated
35 54 Refusenik Case Files—Pekker, L.-Perelmutter, G. undated
35 56 Refusenik Case Files—Perepletchik, S.-Petrova, I. undated
35 55 Refusenik Case Files—Peretsman, N. undated
35 57 Refusenik Case Files—Pevsner, V. undated
35 58 Refusenik Case Files—Pevzner, A.-Piskarev, Y. undated
35 59 Refusenik Case Files—Piskun, S.-Plonskaya, R. undated
35 60 Refusenik Case Files—Ploschansky, G.-Podolsky, V. undated
35 61 Refusenik Case Files—Podrabinek, A. and K., Includes Amnesty International "The Podrabinek Trial—Punitive Medicine or Fabrications Known to be False...?" undated
35 62 Refusenik Case Files—Pokotilov, D.-Polonskiy, E. undated
35 63 Refusenik Case Files—Poltinnikov, I. undated
35 64 Refusenik Case Files—Poltyarev, G.-Proekt, M. undated
35 65 Refusenik Case Files—Proskurovksy, A.-Putehova, G. undated
35 66 Refusenik Case Files—Putelov, V. undated
35 67 Refusenik Case Files—Pyshuy, S. undated
35 68 Refusenik Case Files—Rabaev, I.-Rabinovich, G. undated
35 69 Refusenik Case Files—Rabinovich, M. undated
35 70 Refusenik Case Files—Rabinovich, N.-Rabinovich-Freivert, T. undated
35 71 Refusenik Case Files—Rabinovitz, Y.-Rachlenko, Y. undated
35 72 Refusenik Case Files—Radomiselsky, I. undated
35 73 Refusenik Case Files—Radovolsky, I.-Rakhlenko, A. undated
35 74 Refusenik Case Files—Rakhlenko, Y. undated
35 75 Refusenik Case Files—Rakitchenko, O.-Rashkovsky, A. undated
35 76 Refusenik Case Files—Raskin, A. and F. undated
35 77 Refusenik Case Files—Raskin, S.-Reizer, M. undated
35 78 Refusenik Case Files—Rekhtman, M. undated
35 79 Refusenik Case Files—Resnick, V.-Reznik, F. undated
35 80 Refusenik Case Files—Reznik, M., includes "The First Group of Documents Concerning with Failure of Justice of a Human Right to Leave Own Country" undated
35 81 Refusenik Case Files—Reznik, R.-Reznikov, G. undated
35 82 Refusenik Case Files—Rifkin, B.-Robin, A. undated
35 83 Refusenik Case Files—Rochlyn, L. undated
35 84 Refusenik Case Files—Rochman, M.-Rojak, V. undated
35 85 Refusenik Case Files—Rokhlin, L-Romm, I. undated
35 86 Refusenik Case Files—Rosenberg, O.-Rosenshtein, A. undated
35 87 Refusenik Case Files—Rosenstein, G. and N. undated
35 88 Refusenik Case Files—Rosenthal, V.-Rozhansky, I. undated
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36 1 Refusenik Case Files—Rozenberg, L.-Rozer, A. and S. undated
36 2 Refusenik Case Files—Rozin, V.-Rubinstein, M. undated
36 3 Refusenik Case Files—Rtishev, S.-Rudshtein, A. undated
36 4 Refusenik Case Files—Rulyov-Kagan, L.-Rynsky, E. undated
36 5 Refusenik Case Files—Rumshiskay, M.-Rynsky, E. undated
36 6 Refusenik Case Files—Ryvkin, B. undated
36 7 Refusenik Case Files—Sadkovskaya, M.-Safronov, V. undated
36 8 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Articles by undated, 1980
36 9 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—General 1977, 1979
36 10 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—General 1980
36 11 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—General 1981
36 12 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—General 1982
36 13 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—General 1983
36 14 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—General 1984
36 15 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—General 1985
36 16 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—General 1986
36 17 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—General 1988-1989
36 18 Refusenik Case Files—Sakharov, Andrei, International Sakharov Hearings Washington, D.C. undated
36 19 Refusenik Case Files—Sakovich, G.-Saltanovich, L. undated
36 20 Refusenik Case Files—Samoilovich, G. undated
36 21 Refusenik Case Files—Samus, A.-Savitch, M. undated
36 22 Refusenik Case Files—Schegolev, L.-Schvartz, D. undated
36 23 Refusenik Case Files—Schvartzman, A. undated
36 24 Refusenik Case Files—Schvartzman, D-Semen, B. undated
36 25 Refusenik Case Files—Semenovksy, Y. undated
36 26 Refusenik Case Files—Semis, M.-Severinovsky, S. undated
36 27 Refusenik Case Files—Shabashov, L.-Shaknovsky, Z. undated
36 28 Refusenik Case Files—Shalomov, B.-Shapiro, A. undated
36 29 Refusenik Case Files—Shapiro, D. undated
36 30 Refusenik Case Files—Shapiro, G.-Shapiro, L. undated
36 31 Refusenik Case Files—Shapiro, L undated
36 32 Refusenik Case Files—Shapiro, M.-Shapshovich, S. undated
36 33 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Articles by undated
36 34 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital, Cartoons About undated
36 35 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1976-1977
36 36 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1978
36 37 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1979
36 38 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1980
36 39 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1981
36 40 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1982
36 41 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1983
36 42 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1984
36 43 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1985
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37 1 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1986
37 2 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1986
37 3 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Correspondence—General 1987-1990
37 4 Refusenik Case Files—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital, Milgrom, Ida undated
37 5 Refusenik Case Files—Sharlolashvilli, B. undated
37 6 Refusenik Case Files—Shaulov, A.-Shaulsky, A. undated
37 7 Refusenik Case Files—Shchiglik, D. undated
37 8 Refusenik Case Files—Shechter, D.-Sheiba, L. undated
37 9 Refusenik Case Files—Sheibas, L. undated
37 10 Refusenik Case Files—Sheinkar, F.-Shklover, M. undated
37 11 Refusenik Case Files—Shmerlin, M.-Shmidt, S. undated
37 12 Refusenik Case Files—Shmuilovich, I. undated
37 13 Refusenik Case Files—Shmukler, A.-Shpilman, E. undated
37 14 Refusenik Case Files—Shpritsman, E.-Shteinberge, R. undated
37 15 Refusenik Case Files—Shteingardt, S.-Shternberg, M. undated
37 16 Refusenik Case Files—Shteynberg, M. undated
37 17 Refusenik Case Files—Shteyngart, B.-Shuster, A. undated
37 18 Refusenik Case Files—Shustov, A.-Simaisky, B. undated
37 19 Refusenik Case Files—Simonova, M.-Siniavskaya, V. undated
37 20 Refusenik Case Files—Sirotenko, Y.-Skiba, N. undated
37 21 Refusenik Case Files—Sklar, Z. and R. undated
37 22 Refusenik Case Files—Skomorovsky, Y.-Slutzker, R. undated
37 23 Refusenik Case Files—Smelyansky, E. undated
37 24 Refusenik Case Files—Smelyansky, L.-Sokol, I. undated
37 25 Refusenik Case Files—Sokolinsky, M.-Sosnovsky, L. undated
37 26 Refusenik Case Files—Sosna, R. undated
37 27 Refusenik Case Files—Soyfer, V.-Stazharov, Y. undated
37 28 Refusenik Case Files—Steinberg, A.-Stofarov, Y. undated
37 29 Refusenik Case Files—Stolar, A. undated
37 30 Refusenik Case Files—Stolkin, M. and L. undated
37 31 Refusenik Case Files—Sud, L. undated
37 32 Refusenik Case Files—Sukhodolsky, I.-Szebnitsky Family undated
37 33 Refusenik Case Files—Tabenshlak, A.-Tarasova, R. undated
37 34 Refusenik Case Files—Taratuta, A. undated
37 35 Refusenik Case Files—Tarshis, A.-Tereshenko, V. undated
37 36 Refusenik Case Files—Ternovsky, L.-Tesmenitsky, L. undated
37 37 Refusenik Case Files—Tiemkin, M. undated
37 38 Refusenik Case Files—Tigay, M.-Treskunova, C. undated
37 39 Refusenik Case Files—Trifel, M.-Tsilov, L. undated
37 40 Refusenik Case Files—Tsimberov, P. undated
37 41 Refusenik Case Files—Tsimmerman, A.-Tsirulnikova, M. undated
37 42 Refusenik Case Files—Tsitverblit, I. undated
37 43 Refusenik Case Files—Tsukerman, V. undated
37 44 Refusenik Case Files—Tsypkins, I. and L. undated
37 45 Refusenik Case Files—Tsyrkin, L. and L. undated
37 46 Refusenik Case Files—Tufeld, V. and I. undated
37 47 Refusenik Case Files—Tulovksy, V.-Turynina, M. undated
37 48 Refusenik Case Files—Tvaladze, E. undated
37 49 Refusenik Case Files—Tvardovsky, V.-Tzveyer, A. undated
37 50 Refusenik Case Files—Tzyvyn, M. undated
37 51 Refusenik Case Files—Uchitel, I.-Ushakov, H. undated
37 53 Refusenik Case Files—Upsensky, I. undated
37 52 Refusenik Case Files—Usiskin, A. undated
37 54 Refusenik Case Files—Uspensky, V. undated
37 55 Refusenik Case Files—Ustilovskaya, R.-Vainberg, S. undated
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38 1 Refusenik Case Files—Vainerman, B.-Vaks, B. and L. undated
38 2 Refusenik Case Files—Vaksman, D.-Varshavskaya, E. undated
38 3 Refusenik Case Files—Varvak, L.-Vasilevsky, S. undated
38 4 Refusenik Case Files—Vasserman, G. undated
38 5 Refusenik Case Files—Vasserman, M.-Vernovsky, I. undated
38 6 Refusenik Case Files—Verteim, A.-Vidershain, G. undated
38 7 Refusenik Case Files—Vigdarov, G. undated
38 8 Refusenik Case Files—Vigdarova, M.-Vilendrik, A. undated
38 9 Refusenik Case Files—Vilensky, L.-Vikhanskaya, E. undated
38 10 Refusenik Case Files—Vilig, A. undated
38 11 Refusenik Case Files—Vilk, Y.-Vinyabar, M. undated
38 12 Refusenik Case Files—Virshubsky, A. undated
38 13 Refusenik Case Files—Vitaver, S.-Vladimirova, S. undated
38 14 Refusenik Case Files—Voinovich, V. undated
38 15 Refusenik Case Files—Voitovitch, M.-Volshonok, M. undated
38 16 Refusenik Case Files—Volvovsky, L. undated
38 17 Refusenik Case Files—Voronov, A.-Wasilevsky, A. undated
38 18 Refusenik Case Files—Wasserman, G. undated
38 19 Refusenik Case Files—Weinstein, A.-Yakhontova, L. undated
38 20 Refusenik Case Files—Yakir, Y. and R., includes Donna Arzt "The Yakirs—Pursuing the Impossible Dream?" 1979
38 21 Refusenik Case Files—Yakobson, M.-Yankovsky, L. undated
38 22 Refusenik Case Files—Yantovsky, S. undated
38 23 Refusenik Case Files—Yarjembovsky, S.-Yelkin, B. undated
38 25 Refusenik Case Files—Yelensky, Y.-Yurick, V. undated
38 24 Refusenik Case Files—Yelistratov, V. and B. undated
38 26 Refusenik Case Files—Yuriditsky, S.-Yusefovich, G. undated
38 27 Refusenik Case Files—Yusefovich, L. undated
38 28 Refusenik Case Files—Yusefovich, M.-Zamansky, S. undated
38 29 Refusenik Case Files—Zaminskaya, I.-Zarkhina, M. undated
38 30 Refusenik Case Files—Zaslavsky, P. undated
38 31 Refusenik Case Files—Zaslavsky, V.-Zelichenok, V. undated
38 32 Refusenik Case Files—Zelichonok, R. and G. undated
38 33 Refusenik Case Files—Zelickman, M.-Zigmund, M. undated
38 34 Refusenik Case Files—Zilber, A.-Zilbert, I. undated
38 35 Refusenik Case Files—Zimmerman, A.-Zingert, M. undated
38 36 Refusenik Case Files—Zisels, J. undated
38 37 Refusenik Case Files—Ziserson, V.-Zubkov, A. undated
38 38 Refusenik Case Files—Zubko, S. undated
38 39 Refusenik Case Files—Zunshain, E.-Zverev, V. undated
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73 8 Refusenik Cases 1994
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110 6 Refusenik Children 1981, 1985-1987
110 5 Refusenik Computer Professionals 1987
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31 33 Refusenik Updates October 11-December 31, 1985
31 34 Refusenik Updates January-March 1986
31 35 Refusenik Updates April-June 1986
31 36 Refusenik Updates July-September 1986
31 37 Refusenik Updates October-December 1986
31 38 Refusenik Updates January-March 1987
31 39 Refusenik Updates March-August 1987
31 40 Refusenik Updates April-June 1987
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32 1 Refusenik Updates December 1987-February 1988
32 2 Refusenik Updates March-May 1988
32 3 Refusenik Updates June-July 1988
32 4 Refusenik Updates August-September 1988
32 5 Refusenik Updates October-November 1988
32 6 Refusenik Updates—to File 1988
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73 9 Refuseniks—Correspondence, Lists Undated
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83 4 Refuseniks—Dentists 1987
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73 10 Refuseniks—Families Emigrated January 1-June 30, 1987
73 11 Refuseniks—General 1991
73 13 Refuseniks—Lists of 1990
73 14 Refuseniks—Lists of 1994
73 15 Refuseniks—Lists of 1995
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83 5 Refuseniks—Medical 1978
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73 12 Refuseniks—Old Lists 1989
73 19 Refuseniks—Profiles, Info 1990-1993
73 20 Refuseniks—Profiles, Info 1990-1993
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83 9 Refuseniks—Scientists 1984
83 10 Refuseniks—WWII Veterans 1983
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110 9 Refuseniks Demonstration in Moscow 1988-1989
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83 3 Refuseniks Who Have Emigrated 1985
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110 15 Refuseniks with Medical Issues 1986-1987
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73 30 Rochal (Rosenbaum), Anna, Gomel 1990
73 31 Sakharov, Andrei 1988, 1991
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74 1 Sharansky, Natan—"Letters From Chistopol" 1995
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88 4 Slepak, Vladimir 1986-1989
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86 1 Slobodsky, Naum—Psychiatric Abuse (RESTRICTED) 1988-1990
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95 7 Soviet Jewish Prisoners 1975-1983
95 8 Soviet Jewish Prisoners 1972-1981
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30 15 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Berman, Dmitri L. undated
30 16 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Berman, Dmitri L. undated
30 17 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Berman, Dmitri L. undated
30 18 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Berman, Dmitri L. undated
30 19 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Blumin, Gennady undated
30 20 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Bodner, Felix and Roman Liebovich undated
30 21 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Chekalin, Alexander undated
30 22 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Epshtein, Vladimir undated
30 23 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Feerer, Maya and Alex undated
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31 6 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Friends of Kazachkov undated
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30 24 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Futerman, Dimitri G. undated
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31 8 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—General, includes "Former Political Prisoner Appeals to the West," Glasnost News and Review, January-April 1991 1991
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31 7 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—General, includes "Former Political Prisoner Appeals to the West," Glasnost News and Review, January-April 1991 1991
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30 25 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Glizer, Mark undated
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31 1 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Goldovich, Alexander undated
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31 2 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Goldshtein, Vladimir undated
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31 3 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Gorvitz, Adolph undated
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31 4 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Gromov, Leonid undated
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31 5 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Kanafayev, Alexander M. undated
31 9 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Kazachkov, Mikhail—Visit by 1991 1991
31 10 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Khmara, Stepan undated
31 11 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Khodos, Mikhail undated
31 12 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Klymchak, Bohdan S. undated
31 13 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Lubman, Leonid—includes "Leonid Lubman—An Abandoned Prisoner of Zion" 1989
31 14 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Maiski, Mikhail undated
31 15 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Massover, Yuri L. undated
31 16 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Massover, Yuri L. undated
31 17 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Melkoniyan, Sergei undated
31 18 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Nakhodkin, (?) undated
31 19 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Portnoy, Mark V. undated
31 20 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Rasskazov, Alexander A. undated
31 21 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Rulyov-Kagan, Lazar undated
31 22 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Sepiashvili, Shalva undated
31 23 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Shtein, Luba Y. undated
31 24 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Smirnov, Valery undated
31 25 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Tsipan, Emil undated
31 26 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Wainschtein, Jan J. undated
31 27 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Weinstein, Gennady H. undated
31 28 Soviet Jewish Prisoners—Yenin, Alexander undated
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83 15 Stolar, Abe—Washington, D. C. Visit 1989
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74 3 Tarlov 1990
74 4 Tsivkin and Sorkin Cases 1989
74 5 Tunkel, Berta, Moscow undated
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30 1 UCSJ Quarterly Report 1983-1988
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73 3 UCSJ Refusenik Action Kit Undated
73 4 UCSJ Refusenik Management System—Users Manual Undated
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30 12 Ukraine File 1991
30 13 Unidentified Refuseniks Packet, Includes a Russian Language Magazine Aviv undated
30 14 Untitled File—Includes Political and Psychiatric Prisoners in the Soviet Union, August 1989 1989
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42 18 Weekly Council Memos/Packets April 1985
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99 6 Yanov, Alexander 1993
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80 21 Zaslavsky, Ilya 1992
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98 1 Zaslavsky, Ilya 1991-1993
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80 22 Zelichonok, Roald 1989
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Part 2, Series VI: Weekly Council Memos and Packets, 1983-1993

English.
Boxes 42-52.
Arrangement:

Chronologically

Scope and Content:

Series VI includes mailings to member councils as well as the board of directors and executive committee concerning UCSJ activities, Congressional actions on behalf of Soviet Jewry, news from member councils, press articles, casework, and other information.

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42 19 Weekly Council Memos/Packets May 1983
42 20 Weekly Council Memos/Packets June 1983
42 21 Weekly Council Memos/Packets July 1983
42 22 Weekly Council Memos/Packets August 1983
42 23 Weekly Council Memos/Packets September 1983
42 24 Weekly Council Memos/Packets October 1983
42 25 Weekly Council Memos/Packets November 1983
42 26 Weekly Council Memos/Packets December 1983
42 27 Weekly Council Memos/Packets January 1984
42 28 Weekly Council Memos/Packets February 1984
42 29 Weekly Council Memos/Packets March 1984
42 30 Weekly Council Memos/Packets April 1984
42 31 Weekly Council Memos/Packets May 1984
42 32 Weekly Council Memos/Packets June 1984
42 33 Weekly Council Memos/Packets July 1984
42 34 Weekly Council Memos/Packets August 1984
42 35 Weekly Council Memos/Packets September 1984
42 36 Weekly Council Memos/Packets October 1984
42 37 Weekly Council Memos/Packets November 1984
42 38 Weekly Council Memos/Packets December 1984
42 39 Weekly Council Memos/Packets January 1985
42 40 Weekly Council Memos/Packets February 1985
42 41 Weekly Council Memos/Packets March 1985
42 42 Weekly Council Memos/Packets April 1985
42 43 Weekly Council Memos/Packets May 1985
42 44 Weekly Council Memos/Packets June 1985
42 45 Weekly Council Memos/Packets July 1985
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Part 2, Series VII: Name and Subject Files, Other Groups, Publications, undated, 1972, 1976-1997

English.
Boxes 23, Folders 32-33, Box 24, Box 29, Folders 10-12, Box 52, Folder 22-71, Boxes 53-55, Box 64, Folders 25-31, 40-41, Box 68, Folders 6-8, Box 69, Folder 19, Box 70, Folders 1-4, Box 72, Folders 10-12, Box 73, Folder 33, Box 74, Folders 6-45, Box 75, Folders 1-32, Box 76, Folders 1-6, Box 77, Folders 1-17, Box 78, Folders 1-27, Boxes 79-88, Box 89, Folders 10, 13, Boxes 90-96, Boxes 99-104, Box 106, Folders 10-12, Box 107, Folders 3-5, Box 110, Folders 16-20, Box 111, Folder 9.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

Series VII comprises materials on a broad spectrum of subjects and organizations concerned with Soviet Jewry. The Name Files contain materials on individual activists and publicists of the American Soviet Jewry movement. The Subject Files include information on Soviet Antisemitism, the Helsinki Accords, Soviet violations of international law, prisoners of conscience, slave labor, refugee status for Jewish émigrés, Soviet-American trade, the U.S. Congress, and many other subjects. The files also contain materials on numerous Other Groups concerned with Soviet Jewry—Comite de Quinze, National Conference on Soviet Jewry, Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, B'nai B'rith, Board of Deputies of British Jews, Center for Human Rights Advocacy, Center for Russian and East European Jewry, and other organizations. Publications pertain to many issues on the nature of the Soviet Empire, international political developments, Glasnost, Anatoly Scharansky, Anti-Zionism, human rights, rights violations of Soviet Jews, Antisemitism in the USSR, and a broad array of other subjects.

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52 22 Aaron Rosenbaum and Associates Washington, D.C. "The Union of Councils for Soviet Jews: An Assessment of Its Research Functions with Options for Restructuring and Future Growth" December 1983
52 54 ABC Nightline, "Mikhail Gorbachev's PR" October 1, 1985
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99 21 Abrams, Elliott, Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights 1985
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81 1 Absorption 1989
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55 7 Action Newsletter 1979-1980
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99 20 Adelman, Kenneth 1984
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88 7 Advocacy Institute 1987, 1989, 1991-1992
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99 13 Aesthetic Productions—Scott Simon 1989
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64 40 Agreement of Soviet Compliance with the Vienna Concluding Document May-June 1990
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23 32 Alert, nos. 12, 20 and Personal Impressions of Vladimir Prestin Re.: the Symposium 1976
23 33 Alert, v. 1, nos. 1-2, January-February 1977 1977
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24 1 Alert, v. 2, nos. 1-4, 7, 9-41, 43-45, August 1977-September 1978 1977-1978
24 2 Alert, v. 3, nos. 1-41, October 1978-September 1979 1978-1979
24 3 Alert, v. 4, nos. 1-31, September 1979-August 1980 1979-1980
24 4 Alert, v. 5, nos. 1-25, September 1980-July 1981 1980-1981
24 5 Alert, v. 6, nos. 1-13, 16-20, 23-30, July 1981-September 1982 1981-1982
24 6 Alert, v. 7, nos. 1-18, October 1982-August 1983 1982-1983
24 7 Alert, v. 8, nos. 19-21, August-October 1983 1983
24 8 Alert, v. 9, nos. 22-25, November-December 1983 1983
24 9 Alert, v. 10, nos. 1-15, January-June 1984 1984
24 10 Alert, v. 11, nos. 1-6, 8, February-December 1985 1985
24 11 Alert, v. 12, nos. 1-8, January-December 1986 1986
24 12 Alert Magazine, v. 1-4, August 1981-Passover 1982, Summer 1982, Fall 1982 1981, 1982
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81 9 Aliya 1985-1988
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107 5 Almaty 1994
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74 8 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1984
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52 23 "Altar of a Broken Idea, The" U.S. News and World Report April 3, 1989
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88 2 American Bar Association 1980-1985, 1988
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74 9 American Bar Association 1985-1986
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102 3 American Bar Association 1985-1988
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103 10 American Bar Association (ABA) Exchange with Association of Soviet Lawyers (ASL) 1983-1986
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104 4 American Bar Association (ABA) Exchange with Association of Soviet Lawyers (ASL) 1985-1986
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103 7 American Bar Association (ABA) Exchange with Association of Soviet Lawyers (ASL) 1986-1987
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104 7 American Bar Association (ABA) Exchange with Association of Soviet Lawyers (ASL)—Letters 1985-1987
104 6 American Bar Association (ABA) Exchange with Association of Soviet Lawyers (ASL)—NCSJ 1986-1987
104 5 American Bar Association (ABA) Exchange with Association of Soviet Lawyers (ASL)—Papers and Speeches 1981, 1985-1987
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52 24 American Bar Association and Association of Soviet Lawyers 1985, 1988
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70 2 American Legal Consortium—Central Asia Grant 1994
70 1 American Legal Consortium, Almaty, Kazakhstan—Plans for Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan 1994
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74 10 Amnesty International 1979-1980, 1982-1983, 1985, 1990, 1992
74 11 Antisemitism 1974, 1979, 1988, 1990-1994
74 12 Antisemitism 1980, 1989-1991, 1993, 1995
74 18 Antisemitism in Soviet Muslim Republics—Caucasus Network Report April 5, 1990
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85 10 Antisemitism in the USSR 1984-1988
85 9 Antisemitism in the USSR 1985-1989
85 8 Antisemitism in the USSR 1989-1990
85 6 Antisemitism in the USSR—Organization 1985-1989
85 7 Antisemitism in the USSR—Valentin Rasputin and Other Nationalists 1985-1990
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103 14 Antisemitism in the USSR—Report by Donna Arzt 1990-1991
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111 9 Anti-Zionist, Antisemitic Posters Exhibition undated
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82 14 Appeals From Refuseniks 1989-1990
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81 13 Articles 1987-1989
81 8 Artists 1982, 1985-1986
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54 26 Arzt, Donna—Articles by undated, 1979, 1988-1990
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102 8 Assessing Religious Freedom in the Soviet Union—One Year After the Millennium—Symposium 1989
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74 13 Asylum 1995
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102 7 Babi Yar 1991-1994
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52 28 Babi Yar, Herman Taube "On the Yahrzeit of Babi Yar," Washington Jewish Week September 29, 1988
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64 41 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning 1980-1984
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81 7 Barriers to Applications 1987-1990
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101 2 Barr-Nea, Moshe 1978-1979, 1985
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53 12 Bayer, Abraham J. "Jewish Culture not Free Under Glasnost" Northern California Jewish Bulletin August 12, 1988
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99 26 Belousovitch, Igor 1986-1988, 1990-1991
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102 2 Benjamin, Jerry 1992
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52 30 Benjamin, Sheldon "Soviet Jewish Studies—A Guide to Periodical Resources" June 1979
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101 3 Berke, Leonard M. 1985
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52 29 Berman, Phyllis "The Five-percenters, Moscow's Pet Capitalists," Forbes February 6, 1989
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55 8 Birnbaum, Jacob—Articles by 1988
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52 32 Blaustein, Albert P.—"On the Influence of the U.S. Constitution Abroad" November 12, 1985
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95 15 B'nai B'rith 1979, 1984-1987
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74 14 B'Nai B'Rith—Ittelson, Marc—"Jewish Life in the Soviet Successor Republics" 1992
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52 35 Board of Deputies of British Jews, London, Jews in the USSR undated
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95 14 Book Project 1979-1980
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52 36 Boucher, Norman "The Russians Are Here. and They're Not Very Happy," Boston Globe Magazine August 16, 1992
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55 48 Bronfman, Edgar M. 1988-1989
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52 37 Brzezinski, Zbigniew—Articles by 1989
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74 15 Bukovsky, Vladimir—"Boris Yeltsin's Hollow Victory" 1993
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82 21 Bureau Coup and Reform 1992-1993
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74 16 Canadian Jewish Congress—"A Study of Jews Refused Their Right to Leave the Soviet Union" 1982
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53 5 Cardin, Shoshana—Articles by undated, 1989
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74 19 Caucasus Network 1990
74 20 Caucasus Network 1991
74 21 Caucasus Network 1991-1994
74 22 Caucasus Network, Esopus, NY 1993-1995
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82 4 CAUSE Rally (Includes a Photograph) 1987
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74 23 Center for Human Rights Advocacy, Boulder, CO 1993
74 24 Center for Jewish Renewal, San Francisco, CJR News Brief 1991-1992
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82 12 Center for Renewal 1990
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52 41 Center for Russian and East European Jewry N.Y. 1982-1985, 1988
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84 3 Central Asia 1993
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83 23 Central Asia 1994
83 25 Central Asia 1994
83 24 Central Asia 1992-1994
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110 16 Central Asia Budget 1992-1994
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74 25 Challenge, Russian Anti-Fascist Magazine 1992
74 26 Chanukah 1983-1984
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92 5 Children 1978-1980
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74 27 Christian for Soviet Jewry 1983
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52 42 Christic Institute and the Contragate Project undated
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55 45 Circular [35's, Women's Campaign for Soviet Jewry] 1984, 1993-1994
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99 7 CIS—Helsinki Trip 1992
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82 15 Cohen, Bill—Emergencies 1990
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101 1 Cohen, Scott 1986-1987
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74 28 Cohen, Steven M., "Assisting Soviet Jews in the USSR—A Community in Transition" June 1991
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52 38 Cohen, William M., "Discriminatory Enforcement of Moscow's 'Propiska' Regulations Violates Human Rights" October 28, 1993
52 43 Comite de Quinze, Paris—Correspondence—General 1978-1980
52 44 Comite de Quinze, Paris—Correspondence—General 1981-1982
52 45 Comite de Quinze, Paris—Correspondence—General 1983-1985
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88 10 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe 1985, 1988-1990, 1993-1994
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91 2 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe—Madrid 1980-1983
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92 6 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe—Madrid 1980-1982
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100 9 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe—Madrid 1980
100 10 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe—Madrid 1980
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107 3 Commitment to Citizenship 1997
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95 12 Committee of Concerned Scientists 1983-1985
95 6 Compassion and Justice for Legal Immigrants Rally 1997
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107 4 Compassion and Justice for Legal Immigrants Rally 1997
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86 7 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1986-1993
86 8 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1985-1987
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79 24 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1975
79 25 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1986
79 26 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1989
79 27 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1989-1991
79 28 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1991
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80 1 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1994-1995
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79 29 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Copenhagen 1990
79 30 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Copenhagen 1990
79 31 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Copenhagen—Materials From 1990
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89 13 Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe—Statements and Remarks 1980-1983
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86 6 Congressional Human Rights Caucus 1988-1993
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55 29 Congressional Human Rights Caucus, Testimony Before May 8, 1990
55 30 Congressional Record, Statements in 1984
55 31 Congressional Record, Statements in 1985
55 32 Congressional Record, Statements in 1985
55 33 Congressional Record, Statements in 1985
55 34 Congressional Record, Statements in 1985
55 35 Congressional Record, Statements in 1985
55 36 Congressional Record, Statements in 1985
55 37 Congressional Record, Statements in 1986
55 38 Congressional Record, Statements in 1986
55 39 Congressional Record, Statements in 1986
55 40 Congressional Record, Statements in 1986
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52 48 Congressional Spouses, "Committee of 21" 1985
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53 6 Correspondence—General undated
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55 9 Correspondence—General 1978-1981
55 10 Correspondence—General 1983-1985
55 11 Correspondence—General 1986-1989, 1993
55 12 Correspondence—General undated
55 46 Correspondence—General 1979, 1981, 1984, 1987, 1989
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64 25 Cotler, Irwin, Professor Undated, 1987
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52 49 Cotler, Irwin, Report on Chistopol and Kazachkov September 1990
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55 42 Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, John Doe v Immigration and Naturalization Service, n. 86-3509 1987
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93 3 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1980, 1983, 1985-1988
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94 6 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1985, 1988-1990
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93 4 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1986-1988
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94 7 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1987-1991
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93 5 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1988-1990
93 9 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe 1988-1990
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103 12 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe undated, 1990-1991
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96 12 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Madrid 1980-1983
96 13 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Madrid 1980-1983
96 14 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Madrid 1980-1983
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99 9 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Vienna 1988
99 10 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Vilnius 1991
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75 5 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Helsinki 1988
75 6 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Helsinki 1988
75 7 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Helsinki 1988
75 8 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe—Helsinki 1988
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74 6 "Day in the Death of the Soviet Union, A"—Insight November 19, 1990
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94 2 Delegations 1984
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74 29 Democracy and Independence, Paris 1990
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91 7 Department of State 1987-1992
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64 26 Dershowitz, Alan 1986-1987
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52 50 Dershowitz, Alan "Importing Injustice," Washington Times December 20, 1985
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80 23 Detroit Model for Moscow Circus 1988
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81 10 Direct Flights 1988-1990
81 12 Direct Flights 1988
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92 1 Direct Flights 1990
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74 30 Directory of Jewish Organizations of Greater Washington 1983
74 31 Discrimination in Education—AJC Report undated
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64 27 Dowty, Alan, Professor 1987
64 28 Drinan, Robert F. 1985-1986
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90 5 Dropouts 1976-1981
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55 20 Dubin, Victor Jerusalem—Lists of Hebrew Teachers, Students and Those Active in Jewish Activities in USSR 1981
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86 13 Dukakis, Michael 1987-1988
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68 6 Emigration—General 1989, 1991, 1995
68 8 Emigration—Soviet Jewish Emigration Procedure Chart 1991
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95 2 Emigration—Status 1974, 1978-1982, 1990-1991
95 1 Emigration—Status 1990-1991
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68 7 Emigration Figures 1954-1996 1996
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74 33 Estonia 1995
74 32 Estonia, Republic of—"The Law of Aliens" Controversy January 1, 1993
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93 11 Exclusively Russian Translating Service 1990-1991
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64 29 Flory, Paul, Dr. 1985
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74 34 Forced Labor 1987
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100 12 Foundations 1984-1986
100 13 Foundations 1985-1986
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110 18 Foundations 1994
110 19 Foundations 1992-1994
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74 35 Freedom Appeals May-June, 1980
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52 51 Freedom at Issue March-April 1986
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74 36 From Belgrade to Madrid—Soviet Jews Report on Their Situation undated
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86 10 Fund for Democracy and Development 1985-1993
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82 26 General Administrative Materials 1989-1990
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74 37 Geneva 1985
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103 8 Gerber, Alla 1990-1992
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99 3 Gerber, Alla 1991
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74 38 Gerber, Alla—"Fascism in Russia—Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" November 19, 1991
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52 31 Gidwitz, Betsy—An Annotated Bibliography of Russian Language Judaica 1982
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74 39 Gidwitz, Betty—"Post-Soviet Jewry at Mid-Decade, Part Two" March 1, 1995
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64 30 Gilbert, Martin, Professor 1985-1986
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52 53 Gillen, Sister Ann 1985
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74 40 Goble, Paul A., Article by 1993-1994
74 41 Goldberg, Larry 1983-1984
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101 24 Golden, Irwin 1980-1981, 1985, 1988-1991
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74 42 Golempolsky, Tankred 1990
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53 7 Goodman, Jerry, "Empowerment of Soviet Jews—Their Dilemma and Ours," Washington Jewish Week March 23, 1989
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74 43 Goodwill Games 1988-1990
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103 2 Goodwill Games—Seattle 1990
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64 31 Gottschalk, Alfred, Dr. 1984
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74 44 Grain 1984-1988
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94 4 Grain Embargo 1979-1984
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95 13 Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry 1976-1985
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74 45 Group to Establish Trust Between the U.S. and the USSR undated
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75 1 Group to Establish Trust Between the U.S. and the USSR—Amnesty 1983-1986
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86 11 Hamagshimim—University Zionist Movement 1990-1991
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99 17 Hammer, Armand 1983
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75 2 Hammer, Armand 1985-1990
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101 25 Hart, Roger L. 1985-1986
101 26 Hauser, Rita 1985
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52 60 Hauser, Rita E.—Testimony Before Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe October 3, 1985
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75 3 Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS)—Moscow/Washington Processing 1989-1990
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86 15 Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1983-1984
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75 4 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Soviet and East European Research Center—Paper #59 1985
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101 27 Heitman, Sidney 1991, 1993
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102 13 Helsinki Action to Free Soviet Jews 1988
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52 56 Helsinki Action to Free Soviet Jews Newspaper Clippings 1988
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101 29 Helsinki Final Act—Soviet Violations of 1987
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86 14 Helsinki Watch 1985-1990, 1993
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96 15 Hillel undated, 1985-1986
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75 9 Hoffman, Lillian—Thoughts on her by David Waksberg 1996
75 10 Holyland Fellowship of Christians and Jews, Chicago, IL 1990
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52 57 Horowitz, Betsy, Tulsa, OK—Newspaper Clippings Re.—Visit to USSR and Letter to Gorbachev 1988
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110 17 Horwitz, Martin 1994
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52 58 How to Purchase a Ticket to the U.S. in Moscow November 1, 1990
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81 6 Human Rights—General undated, 1977, 1989
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52 39 Human Rights Advocate, The 1993-1994
52 59 Human Rights and the Fate of Nations—An International Conference on the Problems of Central Asia Bishkek 1992, 1993
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75 11 Human Rights in Russia March 1993
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77 5 Human Rights in the Countries of the Former Soviet Union—Thematic Digest of Reports in the Mass Media 1994
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87 8 Human Rights Organizations 1981, 1984-1991
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82 19 INS Israel Resettlement 1989-1990
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96 16 Institute of Jewish Affairs 1985-1987
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75 12 International Conference 1988-1989
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87 10 International Parliamentary Group for Human Rights in the Soviet Union 1983-1986
87 11 International Parliamentary Group for Human Rights in the Soviet Union 1989-1990
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75 13 International Physicians' Commission for the Protection of Prisoners 1987
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52 62 International Physicians' Commission for the Protection of Prisoners Highland Park, IL undated
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96 7 Interreligious Task Force 1977, 1979, 1982-1986
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101 28 Intrator, Genya 1985-1986
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52 63 Intrator, Genya—Articles by 1989, 1990
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75 14 ISAR—Eurasia Map 1993
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91 3 Israel 1978-1982
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80 30 Israel—Absorption of Soviet Jews 1987-1991
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87 9 Israel—Consulate General 1987, 1993-1994
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82 5 Israel—Demonstrations 1987
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81 4 Israel—Embassy Information 1983-1987
81 3 Israel—Embassy, Consulate, Government 1985-1990
81 5 Israel—Yael Sofios 1982-1984
81 2 Israel Meeting February 1988
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75 15 Israel, Consulate General NYC—News Bulletin 1995
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88 5 Israel—Absorption 1987-1990
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102 6 Jackson, Henry, Senator—Tribute to 1983
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75 16 Jackson-Vanik Amendment 1986
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104 2 Jackson–Vanik Amendment—Activities Against Waiver of 1974, 1977-1978, 1986, 1989, 1991
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106 10 Jackson–Vanik Amendment—Activities Against Waiver of 1979-1993
106 11 Jackson–Vanik Amendment—Activities Against Waiver of 1979-1993
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104 3 Jackson–Vanik Amendment—Activities Against Waiver of 1985-1989
104 1 Jackson–Vanik Amendment—Activities Against Waiver of 1989
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75 17 Jewish Cable TV 1983-1984
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87 1 Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington 1985-1988
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80 25 Jewish Cultural Association 1988
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90 13 Jewish Culture in the USSR 1976-1982
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102 24 Jewish Holocaust Survivors in the USSR—Adoption of Refusenik Families 1982-1984
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77 6 Jews in Russia and CIS 1994-1995
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96 1 Joint Action Committee for Political Affairs 1984-1985
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52 66 Jokes of Oppression undated
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75 18 Justyna's Memoir undated
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102 5 Kampelman, Max, Ambassador—Tribute to 1981
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101 31 Katerly, Nina 1989
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75 19 Katerly, Nina—"The Sound of Steps in Your Corridor" undated
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101 32 Kazachkov, Mikhail 1991
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102 1 Kazachkov, Mikhail 1989-1992
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70 3 Kazakhstan—Almaty Human Rights Bureau 1993
70 4 Kazakhstan—General 1994
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52 67 Keller, Bill—Articles by 1989
52 68 Kennan, George F. "After the Cold War" New York Times Magazine undated
52 69 Keudell, Nils Von, "International Human Rights—Freedom on the Press and the Soviet Record" September 30, 1989
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83 2 Kishinev 1978, 1980-1981
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52 70 Kissinger, Henry, "Dealing with Moscow—A New Balance" Washington Post February 7, 1989
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101 23 Kizerling, Billy 1985
101 22 Klutznik, Philip—Letter to 1984
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103 1 Kohn, Lawrence 1985
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52 33 Korey, William—Articles by 1980, 1985-1987, 1989
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101 21 Kotlyar, Mark 1991
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82 13 Lamberty, Kim—Correspondence and Memos 1990-1991
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52 71 Law Day Symposium, "Soviet Jews Under Soviet Law," UCLA Law School, Los Angeles May 1, 1979
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80 27 Laws 1987
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75 20 Lawyers 1984
75 21 Lawyers Committee for Human Rights 1994
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80 28 Lawyers of Refuseniks—Mailings to 1987
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53 1 Leaving the USSR, Insight Soviet Jews July 1988
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82 20 Legal Advocacy Portfolio 1989-1990
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55 1 Legal Advocacy Portfolio 1987
55 2 Legal Advocacy Portfolio 1987
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82 22 Legal Briefs—Refuseniks undated, 1984
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83 1 Leningrad 1981-1982
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101 20 Lerner, Lawrence 1991
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53 2 Levin, Nora, "Gorbachev and Antisemitism. Will 'Glasnost' Reach the Jews?," Current March/April 1988
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52 64 Lipkin, Harry J.—Articles by 1985
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53 3 "Long Shadow, The" Newsweek. May 7, 1990
53 8 Mann, Theodore R.—Articles by 1983, 1986
53 4 Massachusetts, Commonwealth of, William F. Galvin 1985
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90 11 Materials for Travel to the USSR 1979-1981
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79 10 Materials in Russian undated, 1994-1995
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96 8 Medical Mobilization for Soviet Jewry undated, 1984-1985
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101 19 Mednik, Robert 1985
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93 1 Meetings of U.S. and Russian Politicians 1990, 1992, 1994
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75 22 Message from Moscow—I-V undated
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82 9 Metzenbaum Loan Proposal on Refugees 1989-1990
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80 24 Mikhoels Center 1989
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102 18 Milgrom, Ida—UCSJ Luncheon in Honor of 1987
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55 41 Miller, Representative George 1985
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102 10 Moment Magazine —Volunteer Service Award 1989-1990
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69 19 Monitor Newsletter 1992-1995
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83 7 Moscow 1981
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90 7 Moscow Book Fair 1977-1982
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99 11 Moscow Conference on the Human Dimension 1991
99 12 Moscow Conference on the Human Dimension 1991
99 15 Moscow Conference on the Human Dimension—Vilnius Alternative Meeting 1991
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90 8 Moscow Helsinki Group 1982
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82 8 Moscow Monitor 1989-1990
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101 18 Muravchik, Joshua 1993
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95 9 National Conference on Soviet Jewry 1983-1987
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87 4 National Conference on Soviet Jewry 1985-1988
87 3 National Conference on Soviet Jewry 1986-1988
87 2 National Conference on Soviet Jewry 1988-1993
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75 25 National Conference on Soviet Jewry 1991-1995
75 26 National Conference on Soviet Jewry—"Spring 1995 Country Reports—Inside the Newly Independent States of the Former Soviet Union" 1995
75 24 National Conference on Soviet Jewry—New York Meeting January 10, 1987
75 27 National Democratic Institute for International Affairs—"The December 1993 Elections" 1993
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87 6 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council [NJCRAC] 1985-1990
87 5 National Jewish Democracy Council 1991
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88 16 National Jewish Law Students Network 1985-1986
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75 29 News Clippings 1986
75 30 News Clippings 1988-1990
75 31 News Clippings 1991
75 32 News Clippings 1991
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76 1 News Clippings 1991
76 2 News Clippings 1991
76 3 News Clippings 1991
76 4 News Clippings 1991
76 5 News Clippings 1992
76 6 News Clippings 1992
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77 1 News Clippings 1992
77 2 News Clippings 1994
77 3 News Clippings 1995-1996
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80 34 News Clippings—Political Cartoons 1974, 1980-1981, 1985-1986
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55 13 News From SSSJ 1978-1981
55 14 News From SSSJ 1983-1985, 1989
55 28 News Release January 30, 1986
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29 10 Newsflash!!, June 8 1983-January 23, 1985, November-December 1985, and March 1, 1986 1983-1986
29 11 Newsflash!!, March-June 1988 1988
29 12 Newsflash!!, July-December 1988 1988
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53 14 Newspaper Clippings and Articles 1978-1980, 1982-1983
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53 15 Newspaper Clippings and Articles 1984
53 16 Newspaper Clippings and Articles March-April, June, 1985
53 17 Newspaper Clippings and Articles November-December, 1985
53 18 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January, March, June, 1986
53 19 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July-October, 1986
53 20 Newspaper Clippings and Articles 1987
53 21 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January-February, 1988
53 22 Newspaper Clippings and Articles March-April, 1988
53 23 Newspaper Clippings and Articles May, 1988
53 24 Newspaper Clippings and Articles June, 1988
53 25 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July, 1988
53 26 Newspaper Clippings and Articles August, 1988
53 27 Newspaper Clippings and Articles September, 1988
53 28 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October, 1988
53 29 Newspaper Clippings and Articles November, 1988
53 30 Newspaper Clippings and Articles December, 1988
53 31 Newspaper Clippings and Articles December, 1988
53 32 Newspaper Clippings and Articles December, 1988
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54 1 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January, 1989
54 2 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January, 1989
54 3 Newspaper Clippings and Articles February, 1989
54 4 Newspaper Clippings and Articles March, 1989
54 5 Newspaper Clippings and Articles March, 1989
54 6 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April, 1989
54 7 Newspaper Clippings and Articles May, 1989
54 8 Newspaper Clippings and Articles June-July, September-October, 1989
54 9 Newspaper Clippings and Articles 1991
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102 19 Night of the Murdered Poets 1987-1988
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55 18 1930 Tariff Act Prohibits Importation of Products Made by Forced or Indentured Labor 1985
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54 10 Nixon, Richard M.—Articles by 1988, 1992
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103 15 Non-Profit Postal Rate Increase Budget Negotiations 1991
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77 4 Noshrim undated
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55 22 Novosti Press Agency Publishing House Moscow—Dadiani, Lionel, Zionism—Through the Statements of Its Leaders 1986
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75 28 NPR—Program Transcripts June 24, 1994
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83 6 Odessa undated
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55 23 Officials of the Soviet Union 1986
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77 7 Oil and Gas 1986-1987
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94 8 Olympic Boycott 1977-1982
94 9 Olympic Boycott 1977-1982
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77 8 Open Media Research Institute Daily Digest 1995
77 9 Open Media Research Institute Daily Digest 1995
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54 11 Opsahl, Denis, Investment Banking/Venture Capital, San Francisco, CA undated
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52 25 Orenstein, Sylvia, Source Book on Soviet Jewry 1981
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77 10 Orphans of the Exodus—Separated Soviet Jewish Families undated
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55 27 Ottawa—Meeting of Experts on Human Rights May 1985
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52 52 Out in the Cold and "Underground Teacher," Jerusalem Post International Edition October 1983
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83 12 Outgoing Letters 1987
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54 12 Pamyat 1988-1989, 1991-1993
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77 11 Pamyat 1990
77 12 Passover 1982-1984
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54 13 Pepsico 1977-1979
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102 12 Petitions to President Reagan undated
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77 13 Podrabinek, Alexander—"A Move in the Right Direction," Express Chronicle, Moscow April 21-28, 1992
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74 17 Political Cartoons 1978, 1980-1986
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81 11 Position Papers 1988
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93 10 Postal Affairs 1978-1985
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101 30 Postal Communications—U.S.-USSR and FSU 1988, 1993
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52 27 Poster Showing Jews Studying Plans of Nazi Death Camps to be Constructed in Lebanon 1983
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75 23 Post-Soviet States Officials 1993
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77 14 Powell, Colin 1995
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54 14 Prager, Dennis undated
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106 12 Presidents of the U.S.—Appeals to 1988, 1994
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52 26 Press Release May 8, 1990
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54 15 Pressman, Steven "Brighton Beach's Russian Revival" Baltimore Jewish Times March 24, 1989
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88 17 Project Kesher 1993-1994
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90 10 Propaganda in Soviet Mass Media 1980-1981
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91 6 Propaganda in Soviet Mass Media undated, 1978-1984
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90 2 Psychiatric Abuse 1977-1983, 1990
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91 5 Psychiatric Abuse 1979-1983
91 4 Psychiatric Abuse 1980-1982
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77 15 Psychiatric Abuse 1989-1990
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90 3 Psychiatric Abuse 1989-1990
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77 16 Psychiatric Abuse 1990-1991
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86 2 Psychiatric Abuse in the USSR 1988-1991
86 3 Psychiatric Abuse in the USSR 1983-1988
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77 17 Psychiatry 1990
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54 16 Psychiatry, Abuses of in the USSR undated
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82 6 Publications—Brochures and Articles 1977, 1982, 1985-1991, 1993
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52 65 Publications by Israel Public Council for Soviet Jewry, Tel Aviv undated
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55 15 Publications by SSSJ undated, 1976, 1983
55 21 Publications in Russian 1972, 1986
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101 17 Pulatov, Abdumanov 1992-1993
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78 11 Radical Oppositional Leaders in Their Own Words 1994-1995
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88 1 Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty 1986, 1988, 1992-1993
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78 1 Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty 1994
78 2 Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty—Research Report Index 1994
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99 18 Raphael, Bert 1991
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102 14 Reagan-Gorbachev Summit and Freedom Sunday Rally 1987
102 15 Reagan-Gorbachev Summit and Freedom Sunday Rally 1987
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55 3 Recent Legal Documents from the SJLAC October 1, 1985
55 4 Refugee Status for Jews Emigrating from the Soviet Union—The Need for a Congressional Response to the Crisis in Ladispoli, Report to U.S. House Committee on Judiciary, Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees and International Law March 29, 1989
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101 15 Reichman, Albert 1989
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88 13 Religion in Communist Dominated Areas 1982, 1985, 1987
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93 6 Religion in Russia 1993
93 7 Religion in Russia 1985-1988
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82 18 Religious Action Center 1991
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78 3 Religious Prayers undated
78 4 Reykjavik 1986-1987
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54 17 Reykjavik Summit October 1986
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78 5 Reznik—Replies to Accusations undated
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101 14 Reznik, Semyon undated, 1991
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55 16 Richter, Glenn—Articles by undated, 1983, 1988, 1989
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82 17 Ride to Freedom 1991
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101 12 Ridgway, Rozanne 1988-1989
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78 6 Romania—Jewish Community, New Face of Antisemitism 1990-1991
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103 6 Rose, Thomas—Rose Broadcasting, Inc. 1987-1988
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54 18 Rosenblatt, Gary, "Halfway to Freedom," Baltimore Jewish Times April 21, 1989
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101 11 Rosenfeld, Nancy 1993
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83 13 Ruble Flights 1990
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54 19 Ruby, Walter, "Is There a Future For Jews In the USSR?," Jewish Times undated
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82 11 Rukh—National Movement of the Ukraine for Perestroika Conference 1990
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84 12 Russia 1991
84 8 Russia 1992
84 9 Russia 1992
84 10 Russia 1992
84 11 Russia 1992
84 5 Russia 1993
84 6 Russia 1993
84 7 Russia 1993
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85 1 Russia 1993
85 2 Russia 1993
85 3 Russia 1993
85 4 Russia 1993
85 5 Russia 1993
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84 4 Russia 1992-1993
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78 13 Russia—A Quarterly Review of Contemporary Soviet Issues Vol. 1-2, 4-6, 9 1981-1984
78 7 Russia—Guide to Major Political Parties and Groups May 1993
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79 14 Russia—Translation of Newspaper Articles April 13, 1995
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78 14 Russian Breakdown Info 1993
78 15 Russian Federation in U.S.A.—Invitation Forms for Visitor and Emigration Visas 1992-1993
78 8 Russian National Patriotic (Ethnocratric) Traditional Rightist Organizations 1995
78 9 Russian Officials 1993
78 10 Russian Parliamentary Elections December 1994
78 12 Russian Ultra-Nationalist and Radical Rightist Organizations undated, 1995
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52 46 Sakharov, Andrei undated
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101 10 Salzman, Laurence 1986
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52 34 Saypol, Judyth R., Campus Action for Soviet Jewry 1972
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101 6 Schapira, Morey 1984, 1986-1987
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78 16 Schifter, Richard 1987-1989
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90 9 Scientists 1979-1982
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78 17 Semenovsky, Yuri—Book Manuscript—"Archipelago Otkaz" (Also See Part 2, Box 62, Folder 6) 1989
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54 20 Separated Soviet Families. A Collection of Case Histories. undated
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52 55 Serge Schmemann, "The Emergence of Gorbachev," New York Times Magazine March 3, 1985
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78 18 700 Club, The June 22, 1994
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101 9 Shenhar, Shmuel 1990
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54 21 Shomer Achi Anochi, Jerusalem Testimony of the Living Condition and State of Health of Prisoners of Zion in the Soviet Union September 1979
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78 19 Simchat Torah undated
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54 22 Simes, Dimitri K., "Even if Gorbachev Falls, Detente Will Last," New York Times March 20, 1989
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73 33 Simon Wiesenthal Center—A Tribute to Andrei Sakharov and Yelena Bonner 1984
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78 20 Simon, Rich February 28, 1996
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101 8 Simon, Rita 1986
101 7 Simon, Scott 1989
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88 14 Sister Cities 1987
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90 12 Slave Labor in the Soviet Union 1982
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78 21 Slepak Principles 1989
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55 19 Slepak Principles 1989
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90 1 Solicitations 1982, 1984-1986
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55 49 Solomon Mykhoels Cultural Centre. "Real Hope or False Dawn for Soviet Jewry?" February 1989
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54 24 Soviet and East European Research Centre of Hebrew University, Jerusalem. The Soviet Union and the Middle East. undated
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92 7 Soviet Antisemitism 1980-1982
92 8 Soviet Antisemitism 1980-1982
92 9 Soviet Antisemitism 1980-1982
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94 1 Soviet Christians 1977-1984
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79 5 Soviet Citizenship and Emigration Procedures 1989-1992, 1995
79 9 Soviet Emigration Law Draft, Analysis of 1990
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103 13 Soviet Emigration Laws and Procedures 1984-1990
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94 3 Soviet Espionage 1979-1981
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93 13 Soviet Finances 1985, 1987-1989
93 12 Soviet Finances 1987-1989
93 14 Soviet Finances 1987-1989
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82 16 Soviet Jew—Q and A undated
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78 24 Soviet Jewish Education and Information Center, Jerusalem—Includes "Prosecution of Jewish Emigration Activists in the USSR" 1986
78 22 Soviet Jewish Émigré, The—Proceedings of National Symposium on the Integration of Soviet Jews, Baltimore Hebrew College December 26-27, 1976
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90 6 Soviet Jewish Mathematicians 1978-1981
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78 23 Soviet Jewish Population and Language League 1989 and 1979 and Also Soviet Jewish Population Table—1959-1989 1989
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90 4 Soviet Jewish Scientists 1982, 1984
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53 13 Soviet Jewry Advocacy—A Guide to Community Action 1983
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95 3 Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center 1984-1986
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96 3 Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center 1984-1985
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54 25 Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center, Jerusalem undated
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96 9 Soviet Jewry Impact on U.S. Foreign Affairs undated, 1975-1983
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78 25 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1983-1985, 1989
78 26 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1980, 1982, 1984
78 27 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1984-1985
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82 23 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1982-1985
82 24 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1984-1985
82 25 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1990-1991
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86 12 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1985-1987
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87 7 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1984, 1987, 1990
87 13 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1987-1988
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103 9 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center 1987
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87 12 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center—Lawyers Committee 1989-1990
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79 1 Soviet Jewry—Understanding Its Past and Present, Perspectives for Its Future—Seminar at Jewish Community Council, Washington D.C. December 9, 1979
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53 9 Soviet Jews, Briefing Papers, packet 1977
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79 2 Soviet Mail Questionnaire 1984
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93 8 Soviet Press 1985-1988
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79 13 Soviet Union—New Laws on Demonstrations 1990
79 15 Soviet Union—Officials of 1985-1986
79 3 Soviet Union—Status Report on Jewish Movement in the USSR and Recommendations for Activity July 13, 1990
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54 23 Soviet-American Review, v. 1 n. 1-v. 3 n. 12 1985-1988
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80 31 Soviet-Israeli Relations 1986-1989
80 32 Soviet-U.S. Relations 1984-1989
80 33 Soviet-U.S. Relations 1984-1989
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55 17 SSSJ Handbook. A Source Book on Soviet Jewry Activism undated
55 43 State Department, Ambassador Stoessel, Speeches Re.—Budapest Cultural Forum November 1985
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52 61 Statement of Purpose undated
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96 4 Student Coalition for Soviet Jewry 1981, 1983-1986
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88 3 Student Coalition for Soviet Jewry 1990
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79 4 Student Coalition for Soviet Jewry—"Sourcebook on Soviet Jewry" undated
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55 6 Student Coalition for Soviet Jewry, Waltham, MA 1979-1980
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95 4 Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry 1980, 1985-1986
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86 9 Supporting Organizations 1984-1989
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95 11 Supporting Organizations—Israel and Europe 1981-1986
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83 11 Tashkent undated
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80 5 Testimony—U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee May 15, 1986
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103 5 "These Are My Colors"—A Documentary by Rubin, Janice and Axelrod, Lauryn 1987-1988
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95 10 35's, The —Women's Campaign for Soviet Jewry 1983-1986
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102 23 35's, The —Women's Campaign for Soviet Jewry—First International Conference 1980
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79 6 Transition—The Year in Review 1994
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55 24 Translated from Russian 1978
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82 10 Transportation 1990
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80 29 Treaties undated
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102 25 Tribunal Investigating Crimes Against Sharansky 1983, 1986-1987
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52 40 Trip Report—by William M. Cohen May 1993
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82 7 Trip Report—Pamela Cohen and Micah Naftalin 1988
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55 25 Trip Reports undated
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101 16 Trip to the FSU by UCSJ 1992-1993
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79 7 Turmoil After Communism—The Jewish Agency Response in the Former Soviet Union 1993
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91 12 U.S. Congress 1984-1990
91 10 U.S. Foreign Policy 1974, 1985-1990
91 8 U.S. Foreign Policy 1984-1989, 1993
91 9 U.S. Foreign Policy 1984-1990
91 11 U.S. Foreign Policy 1987-1988
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83 20 Ukraine 1992
83 21 Ukraine 1992
83 19 Ukraine 1992-1993
83 16 Ukraine 1993
83 17 Ukraine 1993
83 18 Ukraine 1993
83 22 Ukraine 1994
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84 1 Ukraine 1994
84 2 Ukraine 1994
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88 12 Ukraine—Human Rights 1994
88 15 Union of American Hebrew Congregations 1985-1986
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79 21 U.S.—Civil Air Transport Agreement Between U.S.A. and USSR undated, 1991
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82 3 U.S.—Demonstration 1984-1987
82 2 U.S.—Fasts 1984, 1987
82 1 U.S.—Grassley Amendment 1986, 1988
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80 4 U.S.—Justice Department—"Russia—The Status of Jews in the Post-Soviet Era" June 1994
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79 22 U.S. Commerce Department—Directory of Soviet Officials—National Organization May 1987
79 23 U.S. Commerce Department—General 1987-1988
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80 2 U.S. Congress—Congressional Action on Prisoners 1989-1990
80 3 U.S. General Accounting Office—"Soviet Refugees—Processing and Admittance to the U.S." 1990
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99 25 U.S. Immigration Reform and Neshira 1988, 1991
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88 6 U.S. Officials—Statements, Addresses, Remarks 1984, 1987-1989
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80 7 U.S. State Department 1989
80 6 U.S. State Department—Diplomatic Representation in U.S. and FSU 1992
80 8 U.S. State Department—Human Rights Country Reports 1989-1991
80 9 U.S. State Department—Human Rights Report 1993
80 10 U.S. State Department—Preliminary Questionnaire for the Determination of Immigrant Status for Research of the USSR 1991
80 11 U.S. State Department—Soviet Influence Activities—A Report on Active Measures and Propaganda 1986-1987
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103 3 U.S.-Soviet Cultural and Scientific Exchange Groups, Sister Cities 1986-1989
103 4 U.S.-Soviet Cultural and Scientific Exchange Groups, Sister Cities 1986-1989
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102 11 U.S.-Soviet Relations—Symposium Convened by UCSJ and Georgetown Center for Strategic and International Studies 1983
102 22 U.S.-Soviet Trade and Its Linkage with the Soviet Jewry Issues 1987-1988
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79 8 USSR—Antisemitic Cartoons with Translations undated
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81 16 USSR—Conditions of the Jewish Community in the Soviet Union 1980-1991
81 15 USSR—Demonstrations 1987-1989
81 14 USSR—Hunger Strikes 1986-1991
81 17 USSR—Jewish Culture in the Soviet Union 1986-1991
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79 11 USSR—KGB 1986-1989, 1991, 1994
79 12 USSR—Law on the Procedure of Leaving the USSR and Entering the USSR for Citizens of the USSR—Draft November 2, 1990
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52 47 USSR Information Leaflet undated
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55 26 USSR News Brief November 30, 1984
55 5 USSR Requirement of Familial Authorization as a Prerequisite to Application for Emigration—The 'Poor Relatives' Issue undated
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93 2 U.S.-USSR Trade 1981, 1986-1989
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80 12 VAAD, Regulations of undated
80 13 Visa Forms—Ukraine and Kazakhstan undated, 1993
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88 18 Voice of America 1985-1986, 1988, 1993
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100 11 Voinovich, Vladimir 1979-1980
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80 14 Wallenberg, Raoul undated
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99 23 Wallenberg, Raoul 1981, 1984-1985
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80 15 Washington Summit 1987
80 16 Washington Summit 1987
80 17 Washington Summit—Petition—"It's Up to You Mr. Reagan" 1987
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55 44 Weiss, Rabbi Avraham "Protesting in Red Square" National Jewish News August 1988
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53 10 Wenick, Martin—Articles by 1989
53 11 White and Case "Who May Leave—A Review of Soviet Practice Restricting Emigration on Grounds of Knowledge of 'State Secrets' in Comparison with Standards of International Law and the Policies of Other States" 1987
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96 5 White Book, The 1979
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72 12 White House—George Bush 1988-1990
72 11 White House—The Clinton White House—Corridor of Power 1993
72 10 White House National Security Council 1988-1989
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92 3 White House, The 1984, 1987-1990
92 2 White House, The 1989-1994
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94 5 White House, The—Human Rights Week 1991
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80 18 Who are the Russians—A 10-Part Series 1985
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99 19 Wiesel, Elie 1985-1987, 1992
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101 5 Will, George 1985
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88 8 World Conference on Soviet Jewry 1987-1991
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80 19 World Conference on Soviet Jewry November 30-December 1, 1988
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89 10 World Conference on Soviet Jewry—Presidium 1985
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88 9 World Jewish Congress 1987-1991
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110 20 Yad L'Yad 1994
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55 47 Year of the Child, Soviet Style, The 1979
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80 20 Yom Kipur 1984
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102 9 Zaslavsky, Ilya 1990
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103 11 Zaslavsky, Ilya 1990-1992
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99 24 Zaslavsky, Ilya 1992-1993
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101 4 Zaslavsky, Ilya undated, 1992
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99 4 Zaslavsky, Ilya—International Union of Economists 1992-1993
99 22 Zaslavsky, Ilya—Press Conference at the Madison 1990
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101 13 Zimmerman, Warren 1987-1988
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96 6 Zionist Organization of America 1985
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Part 2, Series VIII: Audio and Visual Materials, undated, 1972, 1976-1994

English, Russian, Yiddish.
Boxes 56-62.
Arrangement:

Chronological and by subject.

Scope and Content:

Series VIII contains audio-visual materials pertaining to the activities of UCSJ and the American Soviet Jewry Movement including audiotapes, videocassettes, microfilm, and photographs.

The Series is arranged into three subseries:
Subseries A: Audio materials
Subseries B: Video materials
Subseries C: Photographs

Subseries A: Audio materials , undated, 1983-1992

English, Russian, Yiddish.
Box 56.
Arrangement:

Chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Subseries A includes audiocassettes with recordings of interviews with activists, conferences, telephone conversations with Refuseniks and former Prisoners of Conscience, press conferences, UCSJ annual meetings, speeches, panels, and symposiums.

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56 1 Forum on Soviet Jewry, Council of Jewish Federation, Atlanta, GA—"Jackie Levin, National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, Jerry Goodman and Morris Abram, NCSJ, Mickey Barin, National Chairwoman of UJA Young Leadership Cabinet, the Rabbi Sparea of S.F., Marvin Goldstein of Atlanta Jewish Federation" November 18, 1983
56 2 Forum on Soviet Jewry, Council of Jewish Federation, Atlanta, GA—"Jackie Levin, National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, Jerry Goodman and Morris Abram, NCSJ, Mickey Barin, National Chairwoman of UJA Young Leadership Cabinet, the Rabbi Sparea of S.F., Marvin Goldstein of Atlanta Jewish Federation" November 18, 1984
56 3 An Unidentified Recording in Yiddish Referring to Babi Yar, Made By Sandy Levy Of CCJJ From a Record Brought to Her By a Russian Jewish Immigrant and Sent to the 1984 UCSJ Annual Meeting 1984
56 4 Children's Tale—Soundtrack for the slideshow on Jewish children in the USSR—Gilbert, Martin 1984
56 5 American Jewry During the Holocaust—Goldberg, Arthur J. May 11, 1984
56 6 Second Generation Conference—Children of Holocaust Survivors—Jerry Goodman, NCSJ, Morey Schapira, UCSJ, Al Tischman, National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry, Zeesy Schnur, Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry. May 27, 1984
56 7 Second Generation Conference—Children of Holocaust Survivors—Jerry Goodman, NCSJ, Morey Schapira, UCSJ, Al Tischman, National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry, Zeesy Schnur, Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry. May 27, 1984
56 8 Conversation with Unidentified Woman Re.: Nazi/Soviet Comparison—Professor Sherwin, Chicago May 18, 1984
56 9 Zunshain, Zachar—Release From Prison, Telephone Conversation with Tatiana Zunshain—Zunshain, Zachar, Zunshain, Tatiana April 26, 1984
56 10 Arsenault Radio Interview, Telephone Conversation Between Two Women April, 1985
56 11 Ed Graham Show WNTR Washington, D.C.—Rabbi Bruce Kahn, Ruth Newman, Rabbi David Oler, Rabbi Gary Fink June 6, 1985
56 12 "Focus on Issues"—Interview with Mark Epstein, UCSJ Re.: Summit—Mark Epstein, UCSJ October 12, 1985
56 13 Helsinki Accords—10th Anniversary Broadcast WAMU-FM—Avital Sharansky, Representative Lou Stokes, Senator Alphonse D'Amato, Representative Steve Bartlett, Representative Hoyer, Ben Urdrish (sp?), the Waxmans, John Porter, Senator Paul Simon and Others July 23, 1985
56 14 Helsinki Accords—10th Anniversary Broadcast WAMU-FM—Avital Sharansky, Representative Lou Stokes, Senator Alphonse D'Amato, Representative Steve Bartlett, Representative Hoyer, Ben Urdrish (sp?), the Waxmans, John Porter, Senator Paul Simon and Others July 23, 1985
56 15 Helsinki Accords—10th Anniversary Broadcast WAMU-FM—Avital Sharansky, Representative Lou Stokes, Senator Alphonse D'Amato, Representative Steve Bartlett, Representative Hoyer, Ben Urdrish (sp?), the Waxmans, John Porter, Senator Paul Simon and Others July 23, 1985
56 16 Conference of Presidents of Jewish Organizations—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) May 1986
56 17 Press Conference Jerusalem, Voice of America Tapes for USSR Division—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) February 13, 1986
56 18 Press Conference Jerusalem, Voice of America Tapes for USSR Division—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) February 13, 1986
56 19 Press Conference Jerusalem, Voice of America Tapes for USSR Division—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) February 13, 1986
56 20 National Press Club—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) May 15, 1986
56 21 Dr. Abraham Kaplan September 19, 1987
56 22 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly)—Testimony Before U.S. Senate, American Radio Service—Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly)
56 23 Hunger Strike by Alexander Slepak, March 27-April 12, 1987—Micah Naftalin, UCSJ, Mark Levin, NCSJ—Alexander Slepak, Jeanne Kirkpatrick, and Elie Wiesel. April 12, 1987
56 24 Slepak, Vladimir—Message Asking for Help, to Be Used During the Symbolic Hunger Strike By Son Alexander Slepak, March 27-April 12, 1987—Slepak, Vladimir February 28, 1987
56 25 UCSJ Annual Meeting—9:00am-9:35am September 14, 1987
56 26 UCSJ Annual Meeting—9:35am-10:08am September 14, 1987
56 27 UCSJ Annual Meeting—10:08am-10:40am September 14, 1987
56 28 UCSJ Annual Meeting—10:40am-11:20am September 14, 1987
56 29 UCSJ Annual Meeting—11:20am-11:53am September 14, 1987
56 30 UCSJ Annual Meeting—11:53am-12:30pm September 14, 1987
56 31 UCSJ Annual Meeting—3:30pm-4:20pm September 14, 1987
56 32 UCSJ Annual Meeting—4:20pm-4:45pm September 14, 1987
56 33 Cantorial Singing—Hershe A. Weitz 1988
56 34 Unidentified Man and Woman Speaking About Soviet Jewry 1988
56 35 National Public Radio—All Things Considered. "Summit Sparring"—Reagan/Gorbachev Summit May 26, 1988
56 36 UCSJ—Press Briefing by Pamela Cohen June 22, 1988 Re.: Human Rights Presence In USSR at Time of the Summit—Cohen, Pamela, Naftalin, Micah June 22, 1988
56 37 Pamela Cohen "Debriefing Speech" After Summit 1988 1988
56 38 Pamela Cohen Speaking About Discussions in USSR—Micah Naftalin Speaking Re.: Requests by Soviet Jews to Leave July 8, 1988
56 39 UCSJ Annual Meeting—Pamela Cohen Speech and Saturday Panels—Cohen, Pamela, et al. October 15, 1988
56 40 UCSJ Annual Meeting—3:15pm Study Session—"Barriers to Emigration—National Security Refusals and the Role of Scientists—Poor Relatives" October 15, 1988
56 41 UCSJ Annual Meeting—4:30pm Media Panel—"The Role of the Media in Covering a Chronic Hostage Story" October 15, 1988
56 42 UCSJ Annual Meeting—Saturday Night Sessions October 15, 1988
56 43 UCSJ Annual Meeting—8:30am Telebridge Between Refusenik Leaders In Moscow, UCSJ Leaders, and Bush and Dukakis Representatives October 16, 1988
56 44 UCSJ Annual Meeting—10:30am—"Rescue Operations in Your Own Cities"—Balint, Judy, Waksberg, David October 16, 1988
56 45 UCSJ Annual Meeting—12:00pm—"Implications for the West of Gorbachev's Consolidation of Power," 2:00pm—"Testing Perestroika and Linkage—Jewish Cultural Joint Ventures and Jewish Culture Exchange."—Simes, Dimitri, Birnbaum, Jacob, Kotler, Igor, Waksberg, David October 16, 1988
56 46 UCSJ Annual Meeting—3:30pm—"The Role of the KGB Under Gorbachev"—Levchenko, Stanislav October 16, 1988
56 47 UCSJ Annual Meeting—3:30pm—"The Role of the KGB Under Gorbachev"—Levchenko, Stanislav (continued) October 16, 1988
56 48 UCSJ Annual Meeting—Awards Banquet—Sharansky Freedom Award to Ambassador Rozanne Ridgway and Ambassador Richard Schifter—Ambassador Ridgway, Glenn Richter October 16, 1988
56 49 UCSJ Annual Meeting—Awards Banquet—Sharansky Freedom Award to Ambassador Rozanne Ridgway and Ambassador Richard Schifter, 8:00pm—Ambassador Richard Schifter, Tom Harper et al. October 16, 1988
56 50 UCSJ Annual Meeting—9:30am—"U.S. Economic Linkage—New Directions"—11:00am—"Linkage—Untied Loans"—Franklin J. Vargo, Roger Robinson October 17, 1988
56 51 UCSJ Annual Meeting—11am—"Linkage—Untied Loans" (Continued), Speech by Father Drinan, Q and A—Roger Robinson, Father Drinan October 17, 1988
56 52 Diane Reem Show WAMU-FM Washington, D.C.—Dimitri Simes and Marshall Goodman of Harvard University Russian Research Center Interviewed Re.: Parliamentary Elections In USSR—Dimitri Simes, Marshall Goodman March 27, 1989
56 53 Pamela Cohen Re.: Refusenik cases—Abe Stolar Press Conference—Pamela Cohen, Abe Stolar July 18, 1989
56 54 Diane Reem Show WAMU-FM Washington, D.C.—Antisemitism in USSR—Joel Brinkley (NY Times), Mark Levin (NCSJ)—Louise Shelley (American University)—Dr. William Korey (B'nai B'rith) February 15, 1990
56 55 American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting—"The Effects of Political Realities on Psychiatry in the USSR"—Dr. Semyon Gluzman 1991
56 56 UCSJ Symposium Washington, D.C.—"Judy Balint, Cathy Fitzpatrick (Helsinki Watch), Alla Gerber" November 18, 1991
56 57 UCSJ Symposium Washington, D.C.—"Marty Sieff, Yuri Yarim Agaev" November 18, 1991
56 58 UCSJ Symposium Washington, D.C.—Leonid Stonov, Micah Naftalin November 18, 1991
56 59 UCSJ Symposium Washington, D.C.—"Final Symposium Briefing"—Micah Naftalin, David Waksberg, Leonid Stonov, Pamela Cohen November 18, 1991
56 60 Meeting between Russian Foreign Minister Kozyrev and Human Rights Groups at Russian U.N. Mission, NY September 25, 1992
56 61 "Refuseniks—Heroes of History"—Soundtrack for the Slideshow by Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry undated
56 62 "Miller Friedman 11am-Sun"—Discussion Re.: Arms Reduction and Exodus of Soviet Jews undated
56 63 Telephone Conversations with Jews in the USSR undated
56 64 UCSJ Meeting—"Congressman Q and A, after lunch, 2:50pm Panel, Council Meeting Development.", "Development Council, Former POCs and Refuseniks" undated
56 65 UCSJ Meeting—"Former POCs and Refuseniks" undated
56 66 UCSJ Meeting—"Teplizky Ghetto" in Ukraine—Vinnick, Maria undated
56 67 Zelichenok, Roald—Trial of undated
56 68 Zelichenok, Roald—Trial of. Post-Trial Conversation Recorded On a Bus. undated
56 69 Discussion of Perestroika undated
56 70 Unidentified undated
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56 71 The United States Committee to Free Vladimir Slepak—100 Second Message From Slepak 1987
56 72 UCSJ Congressional Briefing 1989
56 73 Fundraising—NUY, UJA, NCPAC, PFTAW undated
56 74 UCSJ Briefing (A, B) 1985
56 75 UCSJ Briefing (C, D) 1985
56 76 UCSJ Briefing (A, B) (Microcassette) 1985
56 77 UCSJ Briefing (C, D) (Microcassette) 1985

Subseries B: Video materials, undated, 1981, 1983-1991

English, Russian.
Boxes 57-60.
Arrangement:

Chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Subseries B contains master copies and duplicates of videocassettes with interviews, productions, news segments, human rights testimony by Scharansky, USCJ annual meetings, and various other recordings.

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57 1 "To Bear Witness"—U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, Chairman Elie Wiesel, 42 Minutes ca. 1981
57 2 Inside Story's "A Voice From Russia—The World of Vladimir Vysotsky," "Metormedia's Inside the USSR," 1 Hour and 55 Minutes September 1, 1983
57 3 "Soviet Jewry—An Endangered People" by Bay Area Council for Soviet Jewry, 1 Hour and 25 Minutes August 9, 1984
57 4 "A Country of Contrasts"—Representative Larry Coughlin Reporting On Mission to Moscow, 20 Minutes October 11, 1985
57 5 "Gates of Brass"—Produced by Jay Rawlings Re.: Immigration Process in USSR, 50 Minutes 1985
57 6 "The Jewish Pawns in Russia's Game"—BBC Panorama, 2 Hours March 1985
57 7 Meiman, Inna—Interview in Moscow, CBS, 29 Minutes 1985
57 8 Miller, Representative John R. (R-WA) in USSR Talking with People, 41 Minutes April 18, 1985
57 9 Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry "Refuseniks—Heroes of History," 40 Minutes January 9, 1986
57 10 Edelstein, Tanya, June 11, 1986—Galina Zelichonik, June 18, 1986—Valery Lerner June 8, 1986—Lev and Marina Furman, June 19, 1986—Martin Gilbert and Louis Rappaport, July 21, 1986, 1 Hour and 30 Minutes 1986
57 11 "Jews of Moscow" with Intro by Hedrick Smith and Narrated by Theodore Bikel. PBS. 1986
57 12 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) Arrives in Israel. CNN., 32 Minutes February 11, 1986
57 13 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly)—Interviewed From Israel on Meet the Press, 36 Minutes February 16, 1986
57 14 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly)—Interview March 26, 1986 in Israel where Sharansky Thanks Glenn Richter and Other Activists. CNN News Clip of His Release. Telephone Call to President Reagan. Visit to Western Wall, 2 Hours and 3 Minutes 1986
57 15 McNeill/Lehrer—"Shcharansky Urges Pressure on Soviets." Speaking in Capitol Rotunda. Interview of Leonid Slepak and Alex Goldfarb. Mark Epstein, UCSJ and Mark Palmer, State Department On This Speaking About Soviet Jewish Emigration and Separated Families, 31 Minutes May 13, 1986
57 16 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly)—Interview About Sakharov, 3 1/2 Minutes May 16, 1986
57 17 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly)—16 Interviewed by Arnold Penzias in Tel Aviv on What Scientists Can Do to Help the Cause of Human Rights, 29 Minutes June 15, 1986
57 18 "Trial and Error" April 1986—True Story of Yuli Edelstein, a Play Based on Transcript of his Trial, 1 hour April 1986
57 19 Video Program of the State Movie Trust, CCCP "New Tales of Scheherazade" Overtaped with "The Stonov and Lifshitz Materials" Which Begin at 36:58 1986
57 20 Freedom Sunday for Soviet Jewry. Begins with Morris Abram, NCSJ, 2 Hours December 6, 1987
57 21 Pre-Summit Rally, Washington, D.C. Chicago WLS-TV News Clip Re.: Chicago Jews Going to Washington, Then in Washington, Includes Pamela Cohen Introducing Natan Sharansky and Commercials, 25 Minutes December 6, 1987
57 22 Lifshitz, Vladimir and Anna, 40 Minutes April 25 1987
57 23 Russia—Refuseniks Due to Pretext of "Secret" Information and Refusal of Family Members to Give Permission. Elliot Milgram Tapes of Refuseniks Case Histories, 2 Hours July 1-14, 1987
57 24 Sharansky, Natan and Yuri Orlov Testifying On Soviet Human Rights Violations Before Commission of Inquiry at U.S. Senate, 6 Minutes January 23, 1987
57 25 Slepak, Alexander—Bonanza Steak House Commercial, WNEP-TV Local News Program Re.: Giardia in the Local Water in Pennsylvania, News Conference Re.: Alexander Slepak Hunger Strike, 33 Minutes March 27-April 12, 1987
57 26 Slepak, Alexander—News Program, Starts with Report from Helsinki and Visit of Secretary of State Shultz There, Then Alexander Slepak on Day That he Broke His Fast, 2 Hours April 12, 1987
57 27 Slepak, Alexander—Washington TV News Program, 2 Hours and 15 Minutes October 14, 1987
57 28 Slepak, Alexander—"A Refusenik Diary," Begins with Vladimir and Masha Slepak, 1 Hour April 19, 1988
57 29 Cohen, Pamela and Micah Naftalin—Trip to Moscow, 3 Hours May-June 1988
57 30 Cohen, Pamela and Micah Naftalin—Trip to Moscow, 3 Hours May-June 1988
57 31 Kristallnacht—The Journey From 1938 to 1988" with Eric Sevareid—"A Portrait of Elie Wiesel," 2 Hours November 9, 1988
57 32 McNeill/Lehrer—Summit Summary Interview of Nicholas Brady (Sec. of Treasury), Starts with Farm Subsidy Issue. Clip of President/Vice President Bush Speaking Re.: Trade, July 11, 1988
57 33 Moscow Summit (Helsinki)—New Coverage on NBC and ABC, May 27, 1988
57 34 Unidentified, 1 Hour and 39 Minutes March 30, 1988, May 6, 1988
57 35 "Unidentified Man Speaking in Russian Re.: Perestroika," 2 Hours October 7, 1988
57 36 "Bozell Cassette," 54 Minutes 1989
57 37 "Freedom of Movement for All"—International Foundation for the Development and Survival of Humanity Symposium in Moscow, 30 Minutes May 17-19, 1989
57 38 "From the Books to Aliyah"—the Israeli Delegation to the International Book Fair in Moscow, 20 Minutes 1989
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58 39 CBS 60 Minutes—Perm 35, "The Last Gulag"—Natan Sharansky Views the Program and Comments On It, 1 Hour December 10, 1989
58 40 Smith, Representative C.—Visit to Perm 35, 1 Hour and 30 Minutes September 25, 1989
58 41 UCSJ Annual Meeting in Moscow—Opening, 2 Hours October 19, 1989
58 42 UCSJ Annual Meeting in Moscow—Unidentified man speaking in Russian, Unidentified Man Speaking in English, 2 Hours October 1989
58 43 UCSJ Annual Meeting in Moscow—Legal Seminar, Stephen Cohen Speaking, 2 Hours October 1989
58 44 UCSJ Annual Meeting in Moscow—The First Speaker Is Introduced in Russian, 2 Hours October 1989
58 45 UCSJ Annual Meeting in Moscow—Dissident Day. Member of Coordination Committee Josef Zissels Reception, U.S. Embassy, 1 hour and 30 Minutes October 1989
58 46 UCSJ Annual Meeting in Moscow—"Dissident Day," 55 Minutes October 1989
58 47 UCSJ Annual Meeting in Moscow—"Yeshiva," 2 Hours and 4 Minutes October 1989
58 48 UCSJ "Hebrew School," 30 seconds May 12, 1989
58 49 "When Darkness Falls" by Soviet Jewry Zionist Forum Re.: Pamyat and Antisemitism, 28 Minutes. 1989
58 50 "Action for Soviet Jewry" Trip to the Soviet Union. Starts at Bucharest Airport, then on train in Rumania, then Kishinev, then Jews waiting to leave at Moscow Airport, then back to Kishinev, 19 Minutes. August 1990
58 51 "Antisemitism—The Dark Side of Glasnost"—United Jewish Appeal, 12 Minutes 1990
58 52 "Baku 19-20/I 1990"—Baku pogrom, 2 Hours and 30 Minutes 1990
58 53 Celebration of Israel Independence Day in Kiev, 1 hour and 46 Minutes April 30, 1990
58 54 "Glasnost and the Jews" KTCA-TV PBS Minneapolis, 1 hour November 1990
58 55 "Introducing the American Israel Public Affairs Committee," 1991
58 56 "An Introduction to the Free Market Economics and Enlightened Self Interest." Denis Opsahl Investment Banking/Venture Capital, S.F. produces educational videos to teach Russians, Commonwealth peoples, and East Europeans about the market economy. This is a lecture by Eugene Swann of U.C. Berkeley on free market economy, 53 Minutes. undated
58 57 "Hirelings and Accomplices" 28 Minutes undated
58 58 "Jews of Minsk," 2 Hours and 17 Minutes undated
58 59 News Clip on "WAVE TV" Re.: UCSJ Memorial to Michael Shirman who Died in USSR and Rabbi Avi Weiss Arrested at Soviet Embassy and Then Released, Short Break and Then Goes to a Movie, 10 Minutes undated
58 60 "One Generation More"—Estonia 1st Passover Jews Allowed to Celebrate. Interviews Gideon and Esther Pajenson, 58 Minutes undated
58 61 "Soviet Jews"—CBS 60 Minutes, 24 Minutes undated
58 62 Washington, D.C. TV News Program Re.: Easter Sunday Violence in Israel, 2 Hours undated
58 63 "To Leave or Not to Leave. The Soviet Jewry Under Gorbachev"—Documentary by Marijana Grandits and Ernst A. Grandits—part II, 59 Minutes undated
58 64 "To Leave or Not to Leave. The Soviet Jewry Under Gorbachev"—Documentary by Marijana Grandits and Ernst A. Grandits—part III, 59 Minutes undated
58 65 UCSJ "The Price of Freedom"—Includes Pamela Cohen, Natan Sharansky, 15 Minutes undated
58 66 Unidentified Man Speaking in Russian, a News Conference, 3 Hours undated
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59 Duplicates of videocassettes in boxes 57-58
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60 Duplicates of videocassettes in boxes 57-58

Subseries C: Photographs, undated, 1969, 1971-1994

English, Russian.
Boxes 61-63.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically, by Subject.

Scope and Content:

Subseries C contains photographs, educational slide shows and a microfilm pertaining to Soviet Refuseniks and their families, to activists in the rescue movement.

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63 1 Abramovich, Pavel undated
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61 1 Alber, Llya, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Matte. 1979
61 2 Aleiner, Lisa Irgang and Alexander Max, 5x7, B/W, Matte, Philadelphia Protest, 3x5", B/W 1979
61 3 Antsupov, Yevgeny, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 4 At Vigil, Reverend John Steinbruck, Father Robert Drinan and Morey Schapira, 5x7, B/W, Glossy 1984
61 5 Baazov, Zina with Her Children and Father in Tbilisi, (2) 3x5", Color undated
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63 2 Babi Yar Commemoration 1991
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61 6 Babich Family, Kiev, 3x5", B/W, Matte. 1980
61 7 Balbarer, Boris I. and Vita and Ernst Aranov, 5x7, B/W, Matte. undated
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63 3 Begun, Yosef undated
63 4 Berenshtein, Yosef undated, 1981
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61 8 Berman, Dmitri, Negative Only undated
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63 5 Blitshtein, Lev and Edelshtein, Yuri 1981, 1985
63 6 Bogomolny, Benyamin and Tatiana undated
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61 9 Brailovsky, Leonid (?), 4x5", B/W, Matte undated
61 10 Braslavsky, Boris, Kishinev, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1978
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63 7 Bronstein, Alex undated
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61 11 Bronstein, Lev, Yelyena, Alexei and Irina, (2) 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1977
61 12 Byaly, Leonid and Julia Ratner, Parents of Julia Waiting in Israel, 3x5", B/W, Glossy, (2) with Sons in Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1976, 1980
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63 8 Capitol Rally 1991
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61 13 Cherniak, Alexander and Polina with Mikhail and Lev Elbert, Kiev, 3x5", Color 1981
61 14 Chernobilsky, Boris, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
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63 9 Chernobylsky, Boris undated
63 10 Cohen, Pamela 1987
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61 15 Cohen, Pamela B. at UCSJ Annual Meeting, 8x10, B/W, Glossy 1989
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63 11 Commission of Inquiry Biennial Briefing 1987
63 12 Congressional Briefing 1985
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61 147 Congressional Briefing 1983, (5) 4x6", B/W, Glossy 1983
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63 13 Congressional Fast and Prayer Vigil 1986
63 14 Congressional Spouses 1985-1986
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61 108 Dedication of Anatoly Sharansky Steps at the Isaiah Peace Wall, 1981, 4x7", B/W, Matte, and 4x4", B/W, Matte. 1981
61 112 Demonstration at Soviet U.N. Mission, 1984, 4x5", B/W, Matte. 1984
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63 15 Demonstration During Boris Yeltsin's Visit to Washington, D. C. 1992
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61 109 Demonstration for in New York, 3x5", B/W, Matte. undated
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63 16 Demonstration in Support of the Independence of the Baltic States, Leningrad 1989
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61 16 Dolganov, Elena and Viktor, Leningrad, (2) 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1980
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63 17 Drinan, Robert undated
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61 17 Dubianskaya, Inna and Elena, Moscow—Elena, 3x5", Color, Elena, Inna and Natasha, 3x5", Color 1979, undated
61 18 Elbert, Haim L., 4x5", B/W, Matte. undated
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63 18 Events in the FSU undated, 1993
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61 19 Federov—"Ms. Federova and daughter. Mother of Yuri" (?), 4x5", B/W, Glossy undated
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63 19 Fedorov, Yuri 1985
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61 20 Flomenblit, Fima A., 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 21 Former Refuseniks join hands in the fight to gain their separated families' freedom, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1984
61 22 Fradkin, Sarah, Daniel, Zeev and Fanya, 4x5", B/W, Glossy undated
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63 20 Fradkova, Nadezhda undated
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61 23 Friedman, Bella with her husband and son Genady, (2) 5x7", B/W undated
61 24 Friedman, David and Diana, 4x5" B/W, 3x5", Color undated
61 25 Fulmacht, Victor and Irina Brailovsky, Moscow, 3x5", Color 1981
61 72 Fundraising Dinner 1980, including Lynn Singer, Mario Cuomo, and Bob Gordon, 8x10, B/W, Glossy 1980
61 26 Furman, Lev with Unidentified, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1980
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63 21 Geishes, Gregory 1980
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61 27 Geishis, Grigory, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 28 Gendin, Lev A. February 1977, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1977
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63 22 Genis Family 1988-1989
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61 29 Ghinnis, Boris, Irina, Julia and Alla, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 30 Gilbert, Martin, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1985
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63 23 Gluzman, Semyon undated, 1979
63 24 Goldshtein—Sharansky Subcommittee 1986
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61 31 Goldstein, Grigory, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
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63 25 Gorodetsky Family undated
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61 32 Grassley, Senator Charles E. with Anatoly Shcharansky Freedom Award at UCSJ Annual Meeting, 8x10, B/W, Glossy. 1984
61 33 Grinstein, Viacheslav, Alexandra and Beatrice, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 34 Guberman, Igor, Vigil for, 3x5", B/W, Matte. undated
61 35 Gudz, Janella, 3x5", B/W undated
61 36 Guiniss, Boris (?), Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1978
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63 26 Gulko, Boris 1986
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61 37 Gurevich, Galina, Aron and Elena, Moscow, 4x5", B/W, Glossy 1977
61 38 Hauser, Rita, 8x10", B/W, mat 1985
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63 27 Hebrew School Teachers' Demonstration and Arrests at Soviet Embassy 1985
63 28 Helsinki Commission Testimony 1986
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61 39 Hess, Grigori Family, 4x5", Color 1981
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63 29 Holocaust Meeting at Aspen 1982
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61 113 Ida Milgrom with Dr. Alla Drugova, wife of Dr. Joseph Begun at Moscow Synagogue, 1978, 3x5", B/W, Matte. 1978
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63 30 International Human Rights Day—"Shalom" Theater, Moscow 1989
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61 40 Ioffee, Aleksandr with Unidentified, 3x5", Color 1981
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63 31 Jews in the USSR undated, 1987
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61 41 Kalendarov, Eugenia and Mikhail, 3x5", B/W, Glossy, and Boris Kalendarov (?), 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated, 1979
61 42 Kandinov, Yakov, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
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63 32 Kapinos Children 1985
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61 43 Karolin, Yuri, 3x4, B/W, Glossy undated
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63 33 Kazachkov, Mikhail 1989
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61 44 Kazachov, Mikhail (2), 5x7", Color, (1) B/W, Portrait undated
61 46 Kazakevich, Leonid and Ilya, 8x10", B/W, Glossy undated
61 47 Kazanevich, Mikhail with Lev Furman and Unidentified, Leningrad, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
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63 34 Kelbert Family undated
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61 48 Khachaturyan, Arman, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1982
61 49 Khaimchaev, Issak, Raisa, Sergei and Katerina, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 50 Khassin, Natasha with Yehudit and Yakov, Moscow, 8x10", B/W, Glossy, 5x7", B/W, Glossy, and with Ida Nudel, 3x5", B/W, Matte. undated
61 51 Kheifets, Grigory, Maria, Sacha and Anna, Leningrad, 3x4, B/W, Glossy undated
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63 35 Kholmiansky, Alexander undated
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61 52 Kiev Refuseniks, 4x6", Color 1989
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63 36 Kislik, Vladimir undated
63 37 Klezmer Concert on Capitol Hill 1988
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61 53 Klich, David and Natalie, 2x2", B/W, Glossy 1979
61 54 Kogan, Naum I., 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1978
61 55 Kogan, Simona, Anna and Esther, 3x5", Color undated
61 56 Korsunsky, Leonid, 3x5"B/W, Glossy 1981
61 58 Kotlyar, Mark with Goldie and Lev Gudezon, Kiev, 4x6", Color 1989
61 57 Kotlyar, Mark with Oksana and Yuri, Kiev, 4x6", Color 1989
61 59 Kremen, Galina, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy, and postcard, B/W undated
61 60 Kushnirenko, Igor and Victoria, Kiev, 9x12, B/W, Glossy, and postcard, B/W undated
61 61 Kvartin, David with Mikhail Marinov, Lev Aivison and Barukh Lumdir in Moscow, 3x5", Color 1981
61 62 Kvartina, Ina and Family, Moscow, (2) 3x5", Color 1982
61 63 Landu, Melva, 5x7", B/W, Matte. undated
61 64 Lerner, Alexander, portrait, 3x5", B/W, Glossy, at Chanukah 1980, 3x5", B/W, Glossy with Negative, and 2x3, B/W, Glossy 1981
61 65 Lerner, Judith, 3x5", B/W, Matte, and 8x10", B/W, Glossy undated
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63 38 Lerner, Valery and Janna undated
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61 66 Levin, Sonia Lerner with Jerome Weiner, Ex-President of MIT, 3x5", Glossy, at the "Vigil", with Unidentified, 3x5", B/W, Glossy, Speaking at Harvard's Russian Research Center, 3x5", B/W, Glossy, at State Department Briefing, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 67 Levit, Grigory with Silva and Reanna Rojak, Tiraspol, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1978
61 68 Levitas, Felix and Ludmila, Kiev, 3x5", Color undated
61 146 Levitsky, Melvyn, 8x10", B/W, Glossy 1984
61 69 Lieberman, Sulamith, Evgeny and Unidentified, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1977
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63 39 Lifshitz Family undated
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61 70 Lifshitz, Bella and Benjamin, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
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63 40 Lithuania Rally undated
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61 71 Livshits, Vyacheslav (Slava), Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Matte 1979
61 74 Lubman, Leonid, Leningrad, (2) 3x5", B/W 1969
61 75 Lurie, Emanuel, Judith, Anna and Bella, (2) 4x6" B/W, Matte, with Negative undated undated
61 73 Lynn Singer with Ruth Newman, Lil Hoffman and Lev Roitburd, 5x7", B/W, Glossy undated
61 76 Mai, Arkady V. and Helena, Moscow, 3x5", Color 1979
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63 41 Meeting in Leningrad 1989
63 42 Meiman Press Conference—Lisa Paul 1986
63 43 Meiman, Naum undated
63 44 Mendelevich, Iosif 1985
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61 77 Mendeleyev, Oscar and Family, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1979
61 78 Minnesota-Dakotas Action Committee for Soviet Jewry, Michele Bix (?), Chairperson, 4x4, Color, Polaroid undated
61 79 Mrazek, Representative Bob (R-NY), Fast and Prayer Vigil on Capitol Steps, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1986
61 80 Murzhenko, Lubov and Family, (3) 5x7", B/W, Glossy undated
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63 45 Naftalin, Micah undated
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61 81 Naftalin, Micah H., at UCSJ Annual Meeting, 8x10", B/W, Glossy 1989
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63 46 Negatives and Contact Sheets undated
63 47 Nudel, Ida undated, 1987
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61 82 Oleynik, Elena with Hatina Elbert and Sergei Rothstein, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1980
61 83 Ostrovksy, Zinovy Y. and Unidentified, Leningrad, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1980
61 84 Ovsishcher, Lev, Minsk, 3x5", B/W, Matte 1981
61 85 Ozerov, Evgeny, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1981
61 86 Palanker, Vili, Yerevan—Dimitri, Vili, and Evgeny with Unidentified Tourist, 3x5", Color, Eugenia Palanker with Unidentified Woman, 3x5", Color, and Unidentified Man and Woman, 3x5", Color undated
61 87 Paritskaya, Shinsky and Yuri with Mark Kotlyar (?), Kiev, October 1989, 4x6", Color. 1989
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63 48 Paritsky undated, 1978, 1984
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61 88 Paul, Lisa and Bill Taylor, Discussing Medical Condition of Inna Meiman, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1986
61 89 Pilnikov, Valery, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 90 Podolsky, Roman, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 91 Podrabinek, Alexander (Sasha), 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1981
61 92 Podrabinek, Kirill, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1981
61 93 Popov, Lev, Alla and Leonid, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1980
61 45 Prisoner Being Escorted by Guard, with Prison Vehicles, Kazachkov at Christopol Prison (?), 5x7", B/W, Glossy undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 49 Prisoners of Conscience (Enlarged Negatives) 1985-1986
63 50 Rabbis at Vigil 1985
63 51 Rabbis' Demonstrations at the Soviet Embassy, Arrests, Trial and Trip to Prison 1985, 1986
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61 94 Rabinovich, Naum, 4x5", B/W, Matte undated
61 95 Rakhlenko, Yakov and Family, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy, March 13, 1979, and 3x5", Color undated, 1979
61 96 Ramin, Stanislav, 3 Years Old, 5x7", Color 1991
61 97 Raskin, Aaron and Fanya, (2) 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 52 Refuseniks (Photocopies, not Prints) undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 98 Rosenstein, Grigory, 1977, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1977
61 99 Rosenstein, Natalia, 1977, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1977
61 100 Rososky, Victor and Sophie, Moscow, 1980, 3x5", Color 1980
61 101 Rozenthal, Zigmund, Era and Roman, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 102 Ruzer, Alla, Moscow, December 1979, 4x5", B/W, Matte 1979
61 103 Ryvkin, Boris, Leningrad, April 1981, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 53 Schapira, Morey undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 104 Schvartzman, David, Moscow, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 54 Semionov, Alexei (Sakharov's Stepson) Press Conference 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 105 Shakhovskaya, Berta with Leonid, Alla and Pavel Praisman, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 106 Shaknovsky, Zeev, Moscow, 1977, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1977
61 107 Shapiro, Naomi and Israel, (2) 10x12, B/W, Glossy, and Postcard undated
61 115 Sharansky, Avital Shaking Hands with Unidentified Woman Opposite Soviet Embassy, November 1985, Before Summit, 5x7", B/W, Glossy 1985
61 116 Sharansky, Avital Speaking Outside International Union of Electronic, Electrical, Technical, Salaried and Machine Workers, AFL-CIO Washington, D.C., (4) 5x7", B/W, Glossy undated
61 114 Sharansky, Avital with Rabbi Avraham Weiss and Eli Saddan, 1982, 4x6", B/W, Matte 1982
61 117 Sharansky, Avital, 8x10", B/W, Glossy undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 55 Sharansky, Natan and Avital undated, 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 118 Shmayevitch, Yakov, Moscow, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 119 Shnirman, David, 4x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 120 Shostakovsky, Ilya and Olga, Leningrad, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 121 Shubov, Lev and Family, Leningrad, April 1981, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 56 Slepak, Alexander—Rally 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 122 Slepak, Maria 3x5" B/W Matte August 1980, 3x5" B/W Matte January 1981, and 3x5", B/W, Matte undated undated, 1981
61 123 Slepak, Vladimir 3x5" B/W Matte August 1980, 3x5" B/W Matte January 1981, and 3x5", B/W, Matte undated undated, 1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
62 2 Slide Show—"Children's Tale"—The Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center in Jerusalem, 58 Slides undated
62 4 Slide Show—"Refuseniks—Heroes of History", Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, 109 Slides undated
62 5 Slide Show—"Refuseniks—Their Faces, Their Fate", Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, 84 Slides undated
62 3 Slide Show—Congressional Wives with Flowers at Soviet Embassy, 35 Slides 1986
62 1 Slides—B'nai B'rith International, 17 Slides 1971
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 57 Slobodsky, Naum 1987, 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 124 Smelyansky, Emanuel and Family, Moscow, December 1976, 4x6", B/W, Glossy 1976
61 125 South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry—Mr. and Mrs. Joel D. Sandberg presenting Case Histories of Separated Soviet Families to Mr. and Mrs. James Watt July 1983 5x7", B/W, Glossy. 1983
61 110 SSSJ Demonstration for at Moscow Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall, 1979, 4x5", B/W, Glossy 1979
61 111 SSSJ Run For Freedom, 4x6", B/W, Matte, and Unidentified Man, 4x6", B/W, Matte undated
61 128 Stolar, Abe with Family, Moscow, December 1978, 4x4", B/W, Glossy 1978
61 127 Stolar, Abe, March 13, 1979, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1979
61 126 Stolar, Abe, Postcard, B/W, and Postcard of Julia Stolar and Sara, B/W undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 58 Stolar, Julia and Sara 1986
63 59 Students 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 129 Taratuta, Aba—Description States "Taratutas, Shapiros", May 1980, 4x5", Color 1980
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63 60 Taratuta, Misha undated
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61 130 Tarnopolsky, Yuri, Postcard, B/W undated
61 131 Terlitsky, Mark, Svetlana and Olga Moscow March 13, 1979, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1979
61 132 Tiempkin, Marina, Unidentified Man and Senator DeConcini (?), June 15, 1982, 8x10", B/W, Glossy 1982
61 133 Tkach, Natan D. and Etya B. Podgorskaya, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 134 Tokar, David, 3x5", B/W Matte undated
61 138 Tufeld, Igor and Natasha, Wedding Pictures, 8x10" B/W Glossy, (2) 5x7" B/W Glossy, and 4x6" B/W Glossy undated
61 135 Tufeld, Izolde, 3x5", Color, 3x5", B/W, Glossy November 1981
61 137 Tufeld, Vladimir and Izolde with Boris and Esfir Orlov, Moscow, May 1978, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1978
61 140 Tufeld, Vladimir and Izolde with Unidentified, (3) 3x5", Color, and 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
61 136 Tufeld, Vladimir and Izolde, Happy New Year Card in Russian, November 30, 1982 with 2x3" photo, B/W, Glossy 1982
61 139 Tufeld, Vladimir in Hospital Bed (?), (2) 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 61 UCSJ Annual Meeting 1985
63 62 UCSJ Annual Meeting 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 141 UCSJ Annual Meeting, September 1980, Father Drinan with Unidentified, 8x10", B/W, Glossy 1980
61 142 UCSJ Annual Meeting, September 1981, (2) Contact Sheets with IDs 1981
61 143 UCSJ Annual Meeting, September 1984, (20) 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1984
61 145 UCSJ Annual Meeting, September 1984, (33) Contact Sheet 1984
61 144 UCSJ Annual Meeting, September 1984, (4) 3x5", Color 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 63 UCSJ Birobidzhan Convention 1993
63 64 UCSJ Leadership Conference 1986
63 65 UCSJ Meeting in Moscow 1989
63 66 UCSJ Moscow Bureau 1993
63 67 UCSJ Press Conference 1988
63 68 UCSJ Trip to Israel 1988
63 69 UCSJ Trip to Latvia undated
63 70 UCSJ Trip to Moscow 1989
63 71 U.S. Elected Officials undated, 1987-1989
63 72 Vainerman, Boris undated, 1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 148 Vainzblit, Ilya, Ina and Eugene, Moscow, July 1981, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 73 Various Events undated, 1985-1989
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61 149 Vasserman, Grigory I. and Liza, Leningrad, 1981, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1981
61 150 Vassilevsky, Anatoly, Natalia and Hannah, Moscow, (2) 3x5" Color undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 74 Vienna 1986
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61 151 Vilensky, Vulf, Vilnius, February 1977, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1977
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63 75 Vilnius—Expert Hearings on Human Rights 1991
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61 152 Vinnick, Vladimir and Emma, Vilnius, 1981, 3x5", B/W, Glossy 1981
61 153 Wasserman, Grigory I., Leningrad, 1985, 4x4", B/W, Matte 1985
61 154 Yakir, Yevgeniy and Rima with Yuri Fishman, (2) 3x5", B/W, Glossy, and Postcard undated
61 155 Yelistratov, Viktor and Batsheva, 3x5", B/W, Glossy, Moscow 1978, and Postcard undated, 1978
BoxFolderTitleDate
62 6 Yuri Semenovsky—"Otkaz", Moscow, Microfilm 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 156 Zade, Vladimir (Volodia) D., 3x5"Color (Badly Faded) undated
61 157 Zelichonok, Roald and Galina, (3) 3x5" Color Prints of Documents in Russian undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 76 Zieman Family 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 158 Zisels, Joseph, 3x5", B/W, Glossy undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 77 Zubko, Stanislav 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 159 Zunshine, Zachar, Postcard undated
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Part 2, Series IX: Oversize Materials, undated, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1987

English, Russian, Yiddish.
MAP1 Folder, OS1 Boxes 1-2.
Scope and Content:

Series IX consists of Soviet propaganda posters, and the Soviet Jewry Movement posters.

BoxFolderTitleDate
MAP1 1 Poster—Action for Soviet Jewry, Inc.—"Free Soviet Jews Before They're Extinct", 11x17" 1984
MAP1 1 Poster—Action for Soviet Jewry, Inc.—"Unable to Leave and Unable to Live as Jews", 18x25" undated
MAP1 1 Poster—Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in Cooperation with the National Conference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ). "Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscience." Calendar, Shows Photos of 12 POCs, Includes Their Birthdays, 18x24" undated
MAP1 1 Poster—Begun, Yosef. "Free Yosef Begun", 20x33" undated
MAP1 1 Poster—Berman, Dmitri, 16x20" undated
MAP1 1 Posters—"Mr. Gorbachev, Before You Talk Arms, Let's Talk Bodies"—March and Rally for Soviet Jews Pre-Summit Sunday, December 6, 1987, (2) 1987
MAP1 1 Posters—POCs/Refuseniks, (2) Posters with photos of (19) POCs/Refuseniks. Their Names are in English, Text of Poster is in Hebrew, 19x27" 1984
MAP1 1 Posters—POCs/Refuseniks, (2) Posters with Photos of (16) POCs/Refuseniks. Their Names are in English, Text of Poster is in Hebrew, 19x27" 1984
MAP1 1 Posters—POCs/Refuseniks, (6) Posters, Text in Hebrew, 19x27" undated
MAP1 1 Poster—Russian Anti-Zionist Propaganda Poster—Dollar Signs, Like Tentacles of an Octopus, Coming out of a Bank Vault and Turning Into Zionists, 19x26" 1981
MAP1 1 Poster—"Avital—If, In My Freedom, I Do Not Speak For Those Who Have Been Silenced, Who Will Bear Witness", 18x24" 1984
MAP1 1 Poster—"Student Coalition for Soviet Jewry—15th Annual SCSJ Lobby February 10-12, 12x18" 1991
MAP1 1 Poster—"Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ)—"Link U.S.-USSR Trade with Emigration", 17x22" undated
MAP1 1 Poster—"Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ)—"Magarik, Alexi. Refusenik—Trapped in Russia!", 13x20" undated
MAP1 1 Poster—"Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ)—"No Trade, No Aid Till Soviet Jews Are Free", 17x22" undated
MAP1 1 Posters—"Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ)—"Remember Soviet Jews Every Day!" Calendar, September 1980-September 1981, (2), 17x22" 1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
OS1 1 1 Refuseniks—Cardboard Mounted Photos of, 12x15"—26 Photos undated
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OS1 2 1 Refuseniks—Foam Mounted Photos of, 15x20"—12 Photos undated
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