Guide to the National Committee for Labor Israel Records
1931-2007
(bulk 1964-2006)

I-535

Processed by Alyssa Carver

American Jewish Historical Society

Center for Jewish History

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Electronic finding aid was encoded in EAD 2002 by Alyssa Carver in December 2012. Description is in English.
November 2013. Finding aid updated by Alyssa Carver to reflect the addition of materials inserted as Box 5, Folder 11.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: National Committee for Labor Israel
Title: National Committee for Labor Israel Records
Dates:1931-2007
Dates:bulk 1964-2006
Abstract: The National Committee for Labor Israel (NCLI) was an American fundraising organization closely associated with Israel’s federation of labor and trade unions (Histadrut). NCLI provided financial support for the Histadrut’s educational, health, and social programs in Israel through national and regional solicitation campaigns. Major donors included Labor Zionist organizations, American labor unions, and other Jewish community associations. Financial problems eventually led to the dissolution of NCLI, and the bulk of this collection documents its final decades of operation. A large portion of the records pertain to development projects in Israel during the 1960s -1970s.
Languages: The collection is in English, with Arabic, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Quantity: 47.45 linear feet: 84 manuscript boxes, 2 half manuscript boxes, 1 bankers box, 1 media box, and 2 oversize (OS1) boxes
Identification: I-535
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
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Historical Note

NCLI was founded in 1923 as the National Labor Committee for the Organized Jewish Workers in Palestine. Following some minor name changes, the title of National Committee for Labor Israel was settled upon by 1949 (see Box 1, Folder 1 “Articles of Incorporation”). The primary function of the non-sectarian organization was to collect donations to aid the growing immigrant population and urban development in Palestine/Israel. As the only dedicated fundraising vehicle in the United States for the Histadrut (Israel’s labor federation), NCLI helped establish social institutions that provided an infrastructure for the newly founded nation. Aside from fundraising, the mission of the Committee included strengthening the bonds between U.S. and Israeli labor sectors and "building support for and educating the public about the achievements of Labor Israel." 1

NCLI was headquartered in New York City and oversaw regional fundraising offices in other cities such as Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, and Philadelphia. The Committee’s administrative structure encompassed a National Council, a Board of Directors, an Executive Committee, a Trade Union Council, and the Histadrut Campaign department (among others), but it is unclear what hierarchy existed between these or how this reflected decision-making processes. This lack of clarity seems to have been a problem within NCLI itself, as evidenced by contentious correspondence found throughout Series I and II and repeated proposals for restructuring and reorganization. An additional source of confusion may have been the name of the organization itself; while the “Histadrut Campaign” was a major component of the Committee, donations and correspondence sometimes came to NCLI erroneously addressed to, simply, “the Histadrut.” Other related but distinct entities included the Histadrut Assistance Fund, the American Trade Union Council for Histadrut, and the Histadrut Development Foundation.

In spite of their close association, the relationship between NCLI and the Histadrut was complicated as well, at least as documented in the years covered here. The large bulk of NCLI records related to Histadrut projects in Israel indicates a large amount of coordination between the agencies was required. The labor involved in cataloging and assigning thousands of sponsorship opportunities, transmitting monies between countries, producing evidence of ongoing projects, and attaching the correct names and acknowledgments to finished projects was considerable—especially in light of the fact that the organizations operated in different languages in a mostly pre-computer workplace. The two periodically accused each other of mishandling funds and disagreed about which of them had the authority to resolve their disputes.

Between 1984 and 1990, NCLI was led by an Israeli-born Executive Vice President who combined the office of Histadrut Representative to North America with his position at NCLI. This did not improve relations between the organizations, and the years under his management turned out to be catastrophic for NCLI. Revenue decreased, expenses increased, financial reporting became irregular, and donor communities were alienated. 2

By the end of 1991, the regional campaign offices were closed and NCLI had to sell its property at 33 East 67th Street to remain solvent. In 1993, the Committee moved into new offices and began paying down its debts and liabilities, but these financial difficulties ultimately proved insurmountable. In spite of efforts to keep the organization afloat, operations were ceased in 2006.

Key individuals mentioned in (or creators of) NCLI records include:

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Scope and Content Note

The documents in this collection can generally be divided into two distinct categories. The first is composed of the NCLI administrative and operational files, most heavily representing a period of time from the 1980s through 2006. These records may be relevant to a study of nonprofit administration, philanthropy in Jewish communities, the history of philanthropic organizations, international labor issues, or the Histadrut. These documents are modern, mostly word-processed and printed correspondence, memos, faxes, and emails, and publications or articles of interest.

The Israeli project files comprise the second category (Series III). These are slightly older records, often in Yiddish or Hebrew, many of which are transactional and contain little information. Collectively, however, they document an ambitious state-building project and the substantial American involvement in the development of modern Israel. These files include architectural plans, correspondence, donor contracts, financial reports, photographs of projects during construction, and pictures of the commemorative plaques affixed to finished projects.

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Arrangement

The Committee records were transferred to AJHS in boxes that were numbered and labeled one of three categories: Executive, General Files, and Projects. The processing archivist retained these divisions when creating the three main series; an additional series was composed of separated formats. The overall arrangement therefore closely follows the order provided by NCLI, even where this order complicates description and is difficult to understand. The administrative and general files were logically named and alphabetically grouped, but the project files follow an idiosyncratic, numeric classification system. Although NCLI provided two versions of an index to these files, both are incomplete, inaccurate, and unwieldy. While maintaining the original order of these files during the rehousing process, the archivist renamed the folders in order to provide better user access and recorded the complete file inventory in the attached index. (View or download the PDF file here.)

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

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

Use Restrictions

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

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Related Material

AJHS holds another small collection that may be relevant to researchers interested in NCLI's early history, I-364 (Histadrut Collection). This material includes campaign reports, convention journals, and promotional publications dating from the 1920s to the early 1960s.

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Separated Material

Two corporate seal embossers have been removed from the collection due to their bulk and weight: one inscribed National Labor Committee for the Jewish Workers in Palestine, Inc., dated 1931; the other National Committee for Labor Israel, Inc., dated 1949.

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); National Committee for Labor Israel Records; I-535; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY, and Boston, MA.

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Acquisition Information

NCLI records were donated in two accessions, numbered 2006.19 and 2008.17, transferred to AJHS by Jerry Goodman and Ann Stamler. In November 2013, Jerry Goodman transferred one additional file to AJHS, containing materials related to the closing of NCLI.

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Processing Information

Physical processing consisted primarily of rehousing material in archival folders and boxes. This task was straightforward throughout the executive and operational files, but Series III required a slightly different approach. Many of these files held a single sheet of paper, or nothing at all, or documents that did not match the information conveyed by the folder label. Because information outside the folders was often more complete than the information within, the archivist captured the folder label data in a complete file inventory. To avoid transferring individual documents into their own separate folders, slim project files were grouped together as they were rehoused. Sheets of blank acid-free paper indicate the divisions between “projects” in these files, but the archivist’s index should be consulted when navigating this series.

One oversized item, the guestbook in Box 89, has broken bindings and may require treatment for leather rot. At present, it is isolated from the rest of the collection and should remain stable while wrapped in acid-free tissue.

Additionally, several photo albums were disassembled, with individual photographs or scrapbook pages placed in folders and sleeves as appropriate.

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Access Points

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Container List

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

 

Series I: Administrative History and Executive Board, 1931-2007

This series is in English.
Boxes 1-5. 2.5 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This series contains records of NCLI’s various governing bodies during the last two decades of operations: the Board of Directors, the National Council, and the Executive Committee. It is unknown if these were in fact three distinct groups; their respective titles were simply transcribed from the original file labels. All three seem to have been active simultaneously from 1984-1985, but the Executive Committee disappeared between 1985 and 1990, while the Council ceased to exist at all after 1989. Each group appears to have had an irregular schedule of meetings. Sometimes the Board of Directors and the Council held joint meetings, and other years they met separately; some years saw six Executive meetings, while other years saw none. Although there are no folders for Board meetings between 1990 and 1995, the Board continued to produce correspondence during those years. The Executive Committee likewise didn’t meet between 1996 and 2000, but became quite active again 2004-2005.

The items in this series dated earlier than 1984 tend to be more recent photocopies of important documents rather than originals.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 1 Articles of Incorporation 1931-1990
1 2 Board and Council meeting 1985
1 3 Board and Council meeting 1987
1 4 Board and Council meeting 1989
1 5 Board meetings 1984-1985
1 6 Board meeting 1988
1 7 Board meeting 1990
1 8 Board meeting 1995
1 9 Board meeting 1997
1 10 Board meeting 2001
1 11 Board meeting 2002
1 12 Board meeting 2005
1 13 Board meeting 2006
1 14 Board memos and correspondence 1984-1986
1 15 Board memos and correspondence 1987-1988
1 16 Board memos and correspondence 1989-1990
1 17 Board memos and correspondence 1991-1992
1 18 Board memos and correspondence 1993-1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 1 Board memos and correspondence 1995
2 2 Board memos and correspondence 1996
2 3 Board memos and correspondence 1997
2 4 Board memos and correspondence 1998
2 5 Board memos and correspondence 1999
2 6 Board memos and correspondence 2000
2 7 Board memos and correspondence 2001
2 8 Board memos and correspondence 2002
2 9 Board memos and correspondence 2003
2 10 Board memos and correspondence 2004
2 11 Board memos and correspondence 2005
2 12 Board reorganization 1994
2 13 Board reorganization 2000-2002
2 14 By-laws amendment ballots 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 1 By-laws amendment ballots 2006
3 2 By-laws ballots 1986
3 3 By-laws draft revisions 1990-1995
3 4 By-laws / revisions 1978-1995
3 5 Council meeting 1986
3 6 Council meeting 1988
3 7 Council meeting attendees and delegate lists 1985
3 8 Council meeting correspondence 1985
3 9 Executive Committee meetings 1984-1985
3 10 Executive Committee meeting June, 1990
3 11 Executive Committee meeting July, 1990
3 12 Executive Committee meeting September, 1990
3 13 Executive Committee meeting October, 1990
3 14 Executive Committee meeting November, 1990
3 15 Executive Committee meeting December, 1990
3 16 Executive Committee meeting January, 1991
3 17 Executive Committee meeting May, 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
4 1 Executive Committee meeting July, 1991
4 2 Executive Committee meeting August, 1991
4 3 Executive Committee meeting October, 1991
4 4 Executive Committee meeting December, 1991
4 5 Executive Committee meeting January, 1992
4 6 Executive Committee meeting February, 1992
4 7 Executive Committee meeting May, 1992
4 8 Executive Committee meeting September, 1992
4 9 Executive Committee meeting December, 1992
4 10 Executive Committee meeting February, 1993
4 11 Executive Committee meeting March, 1993
4 12 Executive Committee meeting September, 1993
4 13 Executive Committee meeting November, 1993
4 14 Executive Committee meeting January, 1994
4 15 Executive Committee meeting April, 1994
4 16 Executive Committee meeting August, 1994
4 17 Executive Committee meeting December, 1994
4 18 Executive Committee meeting November, 1995
4 19 Executive Committee meeting October, 1996
4 20 Executive Committee meeting March, 2000
4 21 Executive Committee meeting April, 2002
4 22 Executive Committee meeting November, 2002
4 23 Executive Committee meeting March, 2004
4 24 Executive Committee meeting February, 2005
4 25 Executive Committee meeting December, 2005
4 26 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 1990
4 27 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 1 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 1992
5 2 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 1993
5 3 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 1994
5 4 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 1995
5 5 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 1996-1997
5 6 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 1998-2000
5 7 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 2001-2003
5 8 Executive Committee memos and correspondence 2004-2006
5 9 Financial reports and project payments 1990-1994
5 10 NCLI-Histadrut Assistance Fund agreement 1952-1994
5 11 NCLI dissolution 2006-2007
5 12 NCLI history 1947-2007
5 13 NCLI reorganization 1970-1984
5 14 NCLI reorganization 1994-1998
5 15 Regional offices and contacts 1985-1998
5 16 Strategic planning group 1995-1997
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Series II: General Operations and Subject Files, 1978-2006

In English, with some Arabic, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Boxes 5-47. 20.75 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical, following the “NCLI General Files” index provided at the time of donation (see accession file).

Scope and Content:

As the largest portion of the collection, this series probably offers the most insight into the day-to-day work of the Committee. Aside from their Israeli projects, other NCLI activities involved arranging travel programs for American labor leaders to visit Histadrut institutions in Israel and sponsoring educational forums and receptions in the U.S. for visiting Histadrut representatives. NCLI also produced serial publications (evolving from print journals to email newsletters) that highlighted Israeli labor issues and discussed relevant political and economic topics.

Folder titles were generally supplied by the original file labels (as with the previous series). Some of the organizations and individuals listed were closely associated with NCLI, while others were simply subjects of interest; the document types contained in these folders may therefore vary from correspondence to grant applications, publications, or resumes.

Some of the major correspondents include the Histadrut and Histadrut departments responsible for NCLI-funded projects in Israel: Amal (a network of schools and vocational education centers), the International Institute at Beit Berl, Kupat Holim (a health service and insurance organization), and Mishan (a social welfare provider operating residential institutions for children and the elderly).

Much of the substantive information about NCLI’s post-1990 difficulties can be found here in the memos and correspondence of Jerry Goodman and Jay Mazur.

BoxFolderTitleDate
5 17 Abraham Fund - background 1992-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 1 Abraham Fund - grant application 1993-1995
6 2 Abraham Fund 1996-2000
6 3 Abraham Fund 2001-2005
6 4 Adler, Judge Stephen J. 2001-2005
6 5 AFL-CIO 1979-1983
6 6 AFL-CIO 1984-1986
6 7 AFL-CIO 1987-1988
6 8 AFL-CIO 1989
6 9 AFL-CIO 1993-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 1 AFL-CIO 2000-2006
7 2 AFL-CIO correspondence (Albert Nahmani) 2004
7 3 AFL-CIO Nobel Laureates 2005
7 4 AFL-CIO labor mission to Israel 1995-1997
7 5 AFL-CIO labor mission to Israel 1999
7 6 AFL-CIO labor mission to Israel 2000
7 7 AFL-CIO labor mission photographs 2000
7 8 AFL-CIO Solidarity Center 1999
7 9 AFL-CIO Solidarity Center (folder 1 of 2) 2000
7 10 AFL-CIO Solidarity Center (folder 2 of 2) 2000
7 11 AFL-CIO Solidarity Center accounting questionnaire 1999-2000
7 12 Amal - correspondence 1998-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 1 Amal - correspondence 2000-2001
8 2 Amal - correspondence 2002-2006
8 3 Amal - projects (folder 1 of 2) 1996-2005
8 4 Amal - projects (folder 2 of 2) 1996-2005
8 5 Amalgamated Life Insurance Company 1987-1995
8 6 Ameinu 2005
8 7 Ameinu 2006
8 8 America-Israel Friendship League 1997-2003
8 9 American Airlines (TWA) 2001
8 10 American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors 1991-1998
8 11 American-Israel Conference 1992-2002
8 12 American Israel Public Affairs Commmittee 1989-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 1 American Israel Public Affairs Commmittee 1998-2005
9 2 American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise 1994
9 3 American Jewish Committee 1987-2006
9 4 American Jewish Congress 1987-1994
9 5 American Jewish Yearbook listing 1988-2002
9 6 American Trade Union Council for Histadrut 1981-1990
9 7 American Trade Union Council for Histadrut - Illinois 1990
9 8 American Trade Union Council for Histadrut - Michigan 1990
9 9 American Trade Union Council for Histadrut - Minnesota 1984-1990
9 10 American Trade Union Council for Histadrut - Texas 1989-1990
9 11 American Zionist Federation 1984-1999
9 12 American Zionist Youth Foundation 1986-1995
9 13 Americans for Peace Now 1993-1998
9 14 Americans for Peace Now 1999-2005
9 15 Anti-Defamation League 1984-2002
9 16 Appelbaum, Stuart (RWDSU president) 2001-2003
9 17 Apple, Max and Eva - Children's Village 1960-2005
9 18 Apple Children's Village - Bayard Rustin Park 1987-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 1 Apple Children's Village brochure 1995-1996
10 2 Apple Children's Village - Medical Center 1995-1998
10 3 Apple Children's Village - Medical Center appeal letters 1995-1996
10 4 Arab Affairs 1987-2000
10 5 Armenian National Committee of America 2003-2004
10 6 Association of Joint/Labor Management Educational Programs 1999-2001
10 7 Avital, Ambassador Colette 1996-2005
10 8 Ayalon, Haim Ilouz 1999
10 9 Backdrop Histadrut (newsletter) 1984-1999
10 10 Bahr, Morton (CWA president) 1984-2005
10 11 Barak, Ehud (Prime Minister) 1996-2001
10 12 Bardacke, Ann 1987-1992
10 13 Bardacke, Judy 1991-2004
10 14 Barlas, Benjamin 1972-1998
10 15 Bauman, Lily 1993-1994
10 16 Beit Shalom 1997-2000
10 17 Ben-Eliezer, Benjamin 2002
10 18 Berger, Meyer 1985-1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
11 1 Beth Hatefutsoth (Museum of the Jewish Diaspora) 1992-1994
11 2 Beyond Borders (folder 1 of 2) 1998-1999
11 3 Beyond Borders (folder 2 of 2) 1998-1999
11 4 Biographies and curricula vitae (alphabetical) 1994-2004
11 5 Blasberg, Carl 1987-1989
11 6 Bloch, Daniel 2000-2003
11 7 Bluestein, Irwin 2001-2006
11 8 Braverman, Ira (AFL-CIO BCTD) 2003-2004
11 9 Brit Tzedek v'Shalom 2002-2004
11 10 Brody, Frances 1990-1994
11 11 Bronchtein, Ofer 1998-2000
11 12 Butensky, Noga 1998-2004
11 13 Bykofsky, Sydney 1987-1997
11 14 Campaign for American Leadership in the Middle East (CALME) 2005
11 15 Canada 2002-2005
11 16 Canada: Institute for Public Affairs 2002
BoxFolderTitleDate
12 1 Canadian Association for Labor Israel 1981-1984
12 2 Canadian Association for Labor Israel 1985-1986
12 3 Canadian Association for Labor Israel 1987-1990
12 4 Canadian Jewish Congress 2002
12 5 Canadian Labour Congress 1984-1987
12 6 Canadian Labour Congress 1988-2002
12 7 Center for Middle East Peace and Economic Cooperation 1995-2002
12 8 Chaikin, Sol C. 1985-1986
12 9 Children's Medical Center of Israel 1988-1994
12 10 Cohen, Ra'anan 1999
12 11 College of Management 1997-2001
12 12 College of Pluralistic Judaism 1998
12 13 Communication Workers of America 1978-1985
12 14 Communication Workers of America 1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
13 1 Communication Workers of America 1987
13 2 Communication Workers of America 1988-1989
13 3 Communication Workers of America 1990-2005
13 4 Communication Workers of America - El Al strike 1978-1990
13 5 Communication Workers of America - Glenn Watts Center 1997-2006
13 6 Conference Calls 2001
13 7 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1987-1989
13 8 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1990-1991
13 9 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1992-1996
13 10 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1997
13 11 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1998
13 12 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1999-2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
14 1 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 2001
14 2 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 2002
14 3 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 2003-2004
14 4 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 2005-2006
14 5 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations - Annual Leadership Mission 2003-2004
14 6 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations - Annual Leadership Mission 2005-2006
14 7 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations - LZA membership 2000-2001
14 8 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations - Meretz membership 1999-2002
14 9 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations - NCLI membership 1999-2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
15 1 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations - NCLI membership 2001-2002
15 2 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations - Processes and Procedures 1999-2004
15 3 Council of Jewish Federations - General Assembly 1987-1992
15 4 Dayan, Yael - reception 2001
15 5 Dinkins, David N. - general 1988-1997
15 6 Dinkins, David N. - tribute dinner 1994-1995
15 7 Dinkins, David N. - tribute dinner 1995
15 8 Dinkins, David N. - tribute dinner invitation and seating lists 1995
15 9 Dinkins, David N. - tribute dinner photographs 1995
15 10 Dinkins, David N. - trip to Israel 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
16 1 Eini, Ofer - trip to U.S. 2006
16 2 Eisenberg, Seth 2004
16 3 Election 2001 Report (Israel) 2001
16 4 Elem (Youth in Distress in Israel) 2000
16 5 Email inquiries 1999-2006
16 6 Email newsletter ("Priority Briefing") 2001-2004
16 7 Email newsletter ("Priority Briefing") 2005-2006
16 8 Encyclopedia of Associations listing 1988-2003
16 9 Ethiopia 1999-2005
16 10 Fassa, Nachum 1988-1991
16 11 Feldman, Sandra (AFT) 1987-2005
16 12 Frankenthal, Yitzhak 1997-1998
16 13 Frankenthal, Yitzhak 1999-2001
16 14 Friedrich Ebert Foundation 1995-2005
BoxFolderTitleDate
17 1 Fundraising Initiatives 1993-2002
17 2 Geneva Initiative 2005
17 3 Gleiberman, Sara Saur - Scholarship Fund 1993-2002
17 4 Gleiberman, Sara Saur - Scholarship Fund 2003-2006
17 5 Gleiberman, Sara Saur - Scholarship Fund - award ceremony photographs 2001-2005
17 6 Givat Haviva 1986-2001
17 7 Goodman, Ezra N., Esq. 1996-2006
17 8 Goodman, Jerry 1992-1997
17 9 Goodman, Jerry 1998-1999
17 10 Goodman, Jerry 2000-2001
17 11 Goodman, Jerry 2002-2005
BoxFolderTitleDate
18 1 Goodman, Jerry - speaking engagements 1992-1997
18 2 Grossman, Lester E. (Miami) 1992
18 3 Grossman, Lester E. (Miami) 1993-1995
18 4 Guess campaign 1998
18 5 Haberfeld, Haim 1992-1994
18 6 Habonim Dror 1985-1998
18 7 Haifa University (University of Haifa) 1980-1989
18 8 Hanoar Haoved Vehalomed 1997-2006
18 9 Hanoar Haoved Vehalomed - Ohel Sara Project 2005-2006
18 10 Hashomer Hatzair 1988-1996
18 11 Hertz, Rabbi Richard C. 1983-1998
18 12 Herzog, Isaac 2005
18 13 Hill, Norman 1986-1999
18 14 Hillels of New York 2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
19 1 Hirsch, Michael D. 1997-2005
19 2 Hirsh, Richard - philanthropic fund 1987-1988
19 3 Histadrut 1996-1998
19 4 Histadrut 1999-2001
19 5 Histadrut 2002-2003
19 6 Histadrut 2004-2006
19 7 Histadrut Assistance Fund 1989
19 8 Histadrut Assistance Fund (January-August) 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
20 1 Histadrut Assistance Fund (September-December) 1990
20 2 Histadrut Assistance Fund (January-April) 1991
20 3 Histadrut Assistance Fund (May-December) 1991
20 4 Histadrut Assistance Fund 1992
20 5 Histadrut Assistance Fund 1993-1996
20 6 Histadrut - Bank Hapoalim 2003
20 7 Histadrut - budget protest 2003
20 8 Histadrut International Affairs Department 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
21 1 Histadrut International Affairs Department 1990-1995
21 2 Histadrut International Affairs Department 1996-1997
21 3 Histadrut International Affairs Department - Shirley Manzur 1995-1998
21 4 Histadrut Loan Request 1993-1999
21 5 Histadrut - miscellaneous (publications) 1975-1988
21 6 Histadrut - New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council 2002-2003
21 7 Histadrut News Flash 1994-2000
21 8 Histadrut 75th Anniversary 1994
21 9 Histadrut Study Mission 1997
21 10 Histadrut Youth and Students Division 1995-1998
21 11 Individuals (miscellaneous) 1992-1997
21 12 Individuals (miscellaneous) 1998-2005
21 13 Institute for Teaching and Research of the Jewish Family Heritage 1989-1990
21 14 International Academic Friends of Israel 2003
21 15 International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) 1992-2006
BoxFolderTitleDate
22 1 International Labor Organization (ILO) 2001-2003
22 2 International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU) 1983-1986
22 3 International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU) 1987-1992
22 4 International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU) 2002-2004
22 5 International Institute 1994-1998
22 6 International Institute 1999
22 7 International Institute 2000-2001
22 8 International Institute 2002-2003
22 9 International Institute 2004
22 10 International Institute 2005
BoxFolderTitleDate
23 1 International Institute 2006
23 2 International Institute - Bardacke scholarship fund 1994-2006
23 3 International Institute - brochures and reports 1988-2003
23 4 International Institute - Covenant House Training Institute 2000
23 5 International Institute - David Dinkins Library 1994-1998
23 6 International Institute - Fish Program (Latin American trade unions) 2003-2005
23 7 International Institute - Former Soviet Countries seminar 2005-2006
23 8 International Institute - Former Soviet Countries seminar 2006
23 9 International Institute - Israel-Arab Peace Partners Program 2000-2001
23 10 International Institute - Israel-Arab Peace Partners Program grant application 2000-2001
23 11 International Institute - Jordanian programs 2006
23 12 International Institute - Latin American Course 2-04 2003-2004
BoxFolderTitleDate
24 1 International Institute - Latin American Course 7-04 2004
24 2 International Institute - Latin American Course 10-04 2004
24 3 International Institute - Latin American Course 6-05 2005
24 4 International Institute - MASHAV 1998-2005
24 5 International Institute - Minority Leadership Project 2004-2005
24 6 International Institute - photographs undated
24 7 International Institute - Workers' Committees programs 2004-2006
24 8 International Institute - Youth Coexistence program 2004-2005
24 9 International Union of Food and Allied Workers' Associations (IUF) 2002
BoxFolderTitleDate
25 1 Iranian Jews 1999-2000
25 2 Israel America Foundation 1996-2005
25 3 Israel Bonds 1997-2005
25 4 Israel Bonds - tribute book 1998
25 5 Israel Bonds - tribute dinner (John Sweeney) 1997-1998
25 6 Israel - Consulate General (New York) 1988-2004
25 7 Israel - Embassy 1988-2005
25 8 Israel Expo (New Jersey) 1995-2001
25 9 Israel - Government 1992-2001
25 10 Israel Histadrut Foundation 1990-1996
25 11 Israel Histadrut Foundation 1996-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
26 1 Israel Humanitarian Foundation 1998-2005
26 2 Israel Labor Party 1992-2004
26 3 Israel Policy Forum (IPF) 1992-2005
26 4 Israel Solidarity Rallies 2001-2002
26 5 Israeli Labor Court Judges Delegation 2004
26 6 Jerusalem Post editorial 1997
26 7 Jewish Agency for Israel 1996-2003
26 8 Jewish-Arab Institute 2000-2006
26 9 Jewish-Arab Institute - Summer Camp 2003-2006
26 10 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) 1986-2005
26 11 Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) 1992-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
27 1 Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) 1997-2006
27 2 Jewish Forward 1984-2001
27 3 Jewish Forward - 100th anniversary issue 1997
27 4 Jewish Frontier 1985-1995
27 5 Jewish Frontier 1996-2005
27 6 Jewish Labor Committee 1984-1990
27 7 Jewish Labor Committee 1991-1994
27 8 Jewish Labor Committee 1995-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
28 1 Jewish Labor Committee 1998-2000
28 2 Jewish Labor Committee 2001-2003
28 3 Jewish Labor Committee 2004-2006
28 4 Jewish Labor Committee - annual journal 2000-2002
28 5 Jewish Labor Committee - annual journal 2003-2004
28 6 Jewish Labor Committee - historical documents 1944-1948
28 7 Jewish Labor Committee - surveys of trade union rights 1993-2001
28 8 Jewish Labor Committee - Wagner Archives film project 1994-1995
28 9 Jewish Week 1988-2006
28 10 Journalists' mission to Histadrut 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
29 1 Keidar, Adi 1987
29 2 Kivelson Foundation 1989-1999
29 3 Kramer, Leo 1987-1998
29 4 Kramer, Leo 1998-2006
29 5 Kugler, Israel 1987-1998
29 6 Kupat Holim 1994-2002
29 7 Labor for Palestine 2005
29 8 Labor leadership missions to Israel 1987-1989
29 9 Labor lawyers' seminar 1985-1988
29 10 Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA) 1989-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
30 1 Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA) 1996-1997
30 2 Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA) 1998-1999
30 3 Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA) 2000-2001
30 4 Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA) 2002
30 5 Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA) 2003-2005
30 6 Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA) - National Executive Committee meeting May, 2003
30 7 Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA) - National Executive Committee meeting November, 2003
30 8 Labor Zionist Alliance (LZA) - Strategic Plan 2003-2004
BoxFolderTitleDate
31 1 Labor Zionist Coordinating Committee 1992-2000
31 2 LabourStart 2002-2005
31 3 Lancry (Ambassador Yehuda) reception 2000
31 4 Lawyers' Committee 1992-2003
31 5 Lousqui, Gabriel - trip to U.S. 2003
31 6 Lowell, Stanley H. 1992-2005
31 7 Mailings - miscellaneous 1997
31 8 Mailings - miscellaneous 1998-1999
31 9 Mailings - miscellaneous 2000-2003
31 10 Massalha, Nawaf 1992
31 11 Massalha, Nawaf 2003-2006
31 12 Mazur, Jay 1987-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
32 1 Mazur, Jay (January-April) 1991
32 2 Mazur, Jay (May-December) 1991
32 3 Mazur, Jay 1992
32 4 Mazur, Jay 1993
32 5 Mazur, Jay 1994
32 6 Mazur, Jay 1995
32 7 Mazur, Jay 1996
32 8 Mazur, Jay 1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
33 1 Mazur, Jay 1998
33 2 Mazur, Jay 1999
33 3 Mazur, Jay 2000
33 4 Mazur, Jay 2001-2002
33 5 Mazur, Jay 2003-2006
33 6 Mazur, Jay - Bios 1986-2003
33 7 Meany Center for Labor Studies (George Meany) 1990-2003
33 8 Meretz USA 1997-2006
33 9 MIA's (Israel) 1989-2001
33 10 Middle East Affairs 2002-2003
BoxFolderTitleDate
34 1 Miller, Lenore 1987-1998
34 2 Miscellaneous general files 1983-1988
34 3 Miscellaneous general files 1991-1996
34 4 Miscellaneous general files 1997-2001
34 5 Miscellaneous general files 2002-2003
34 6 Miscellaneous general files 2004-2006
34 7 Mishan 1973-1983
34 8 Mishan 1985-1986
34 9 Mishan 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
35 1 Mishan 1988-1995
35 2 Mishan 1999-2006
35 3 Mishan - donation acknowledgements 1987-1990
35 4 Mishan - Efal computer lab 2003-2005
35 5 Mishan - Max Apple Children's Village 1998-2003
35 6 Mishan - miscellaneous 1992-2004
35 7 Missions to Israel 1997-2000
35 8 Missions to Israel 2000-2003
BoxFolderTitleDate
36 1 Mondry, David 1995-1997
36 2 Mouchly-Weiss, Harriet 1995-2002
36 3 NA'AMAT Israel 1986, 1993-1994
36 4 NA'AMAT USA 1989-2006
36 5 National Conference on Soviet Jewry 1984-2004
36 6 National Endowment for Democracy (NED) 1993-2004
36 7 National Jewish Democratic Council 1992-1996
36 8 NCLI Brochure (drafts and photographs) 1993-1997
36 9 NCLI clippings and press 1984-2002
36 10 NCLI holiday cards (mailing lists) 1998-2005
36 11 "NCLI Notebook" (newsletter) 1992, 1996-1997
36 12 NCLI public statements and ads 2000-2005
36 13 NCLI website (printouts) 2004-2006
36 14 Neve Shalom 1995-2005
BoxFolderTitleDate
37 1 New Israel Fund 1993-2005
37 2 New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO 1996-2003
37 3 New York Trade Union Council for Histadrut 1992-1993
37 4 Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions 2002
37 5 Obituaries 1988-2002
37 6 Open University of Israel 1985-1990, 1998
37 7 Orenstein, Sidney 1987-2006
37 8 ORT (American ORT Federation) 1986-2000
37 9 Oslo Peace Rally 1998
37 10 Palestine General Federation of Trade Unions (PGFTU) 2002-2005
37 11 Partners for Peace 2000-2002
37 12 Partners for Peace (January-April) 2003
BoxFolderTitleDate
38 1 Partners for Peace (May-July) 2003
38 2 Partners for Peace - final report and budget 2003
38 3 Partners for Peace - grant application 2000
38 4 Partners for Peace - photographs 2003
38 5 Peace Coalition 1995-1997
38 6 Peace Coalition (June-September) 2004
38 7 Peace Coalition (November-December) 2004
38 8 Peace Process rallies 1995-2002
38 9 PeaceWorks, Inc. 1996-2005
38 10 Peres, Shimon (Prime Minister) 1983-2005
38 11 Peretz, Amir 1995-1999
38 12 Peretz, Amir 2000-2001
38 13 Peretz, Amir 2002-2003
BoxFolderTitleDate
39 1 Peretz, Amir 2004-2005
39 2 Peretz, Amir 2005-2006
39 3 Photo Album - AFL-CIO Israel mission 2000
39 4 Photo Album - Ann Stamler Israel trip 1995
39 5 Photographs - various (unlabeled) [2000-2002]
39 6 Pine, Max (Max Pine school) 1984-2002
39 7 Pines-Paz, Ophir 2001-2003
39 8 Plaza Hotel 2005
39 9 Pre-Army Service Program campaigns (ICCJ, Gluck, and Tolkow) 2002-2006
39 10 Pre-Army Training Center photographs 2002-2005
BoxFolderTitleDate
40 1 Press releases - outgoing 1992-2003
40 2 Programs and colloquia 1992-1994
40 3 Programs and colloquia 1994-1995
40 4 Programs and colloquia 1997
40 5 Proskauer Rose LLP (inquiry) 2003
40 6 Rabin, Yitzhak 1992-2005
40 7 Rafaeli, Eliezer - publicity 1984-1987
40 8 Ramon, Haim 1994
40 9 Ramon, Haim 1995
40 10 Randolph Institute, A. Philip (APRI) 1986-2000
40 11 Rapoport, Bernard 1984-1991
40 12 Rapoport, Bernard 1992-2005
40 13 Rayne, Leslie 2001-2005
40 14 Rendell, Edward G. - tribute dinner 1992-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
41 1 Résumés (miscellaneous) 1992-2005
41 2 Rogoff Fund 1982-1996
41 3 Rogoff Fund 1997-1999
41 4 Roseman (Anna and Isadore) Scholarship Fund 1994-2006
41 5 Rosensaft, Menachem Z. 1990-1991
41 6 Sandel, Dan 1989-1990
41 7 Schifter, Ambassador Richard 1987-1990
41 8 Secure Community Alert Network (SCAN) 2003-2005
41 9 Security 1994-2003
41 10 Seeds of Peace 1993
41 11 Seeds of Peace 1994-2003
41 12 Sela, Eitan 1987-1990
41 13 Seligman, Otto H. 1987-1990
41 14 Sella, Emmanuel 1996-2000
41 15 Sheinkman, Jack 1986-2004
41 16 Solidarity Center 1999-2003
BoxFolderTitleDate
42 1 Solidarity Center 2004-2006
42 2 Solidarity Center - Mexico Program 2004-2005
42 3 Spigelman, Guy 2004-2005
42 4 Stein, Sol 1983-2003
42 5 Sweeney, John J. 1986-1999
42 6 Tahari, Elie 2005
42 7 Taiwan mission 2003-2004
42 8 Teachers' federations (American/United) 1978-1990
42 9 Tel Aviv University 1996-1997
42 10 Tolkow, Bernard 1997-2002
42 11 Tolkow Scholarship Fund for Pre-Army Training 2002-2006
42 12 Torgovnik, Efraim 2003
42 13 Travel - domestic (Jerry Goodman) 1994-2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
43 1 Travel - from Israel to United States 1995-1997
43 2 Travel - to Israel (Ann Stamler) 1995
43 3 Travel - to Israel (group missions) 1989-2000
43 4 Travel - to Israel (Jerry Goodman) 1992-1999
43 5 Travel - to Israel (Jerry Goodman) 2000-2003
43 6 Travel - to Israel (Jerry Goodman) 2004-2005
43 7 TWA (Trans World Airlines) 2001
43 8 United Federation of Teachers (UFT) 2000-2005
BoxFolderTitleDate
44 1 United Jewish Appeal (UJA) 1985-1996
44 2 Union of Progressive Zionists 2005
44 3 UNITE (Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees) 1995-2003
44 4 United Hebrew Trades 1986-2002
44 5 Umm el-Fahm (Detroit) 1992
44 6 United States Department of Labor 2000-2005
44 7 United States Department of State 1999
44 8 United States Department of State 1999-2000
44 9 United States Department of State 2000-2005
44 10 United States Information Agency 1998-1999
44 11 US/Israel Women to Women 1993-2005
44 12 Vladeck, Judith P. 1988-1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
45 1 Wales, Zachary 2005
45 2 Washington Area Friends of Histadrut 1988-1998
45 3 Wilkin, Brenda 1994-1996
45 4 Workers Defense League 1991-2000
45 5 Workers Defense League 2001-2005
45 6 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring 1991-1995
45 7 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring 1996-1998
45 8 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring 1999-2004
45 9 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring - annual conferences 1991-1994
45 10 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring - appeals 1994-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
46 1 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring - Division for Histadrut 1984-2000
46 2 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring - Israel at 50 1997-1999
46 3 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring - Mensch of the Year 1993
46 4 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring - national convention 1990
46 5 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring - trips to Israel 1996-1998
46 6 Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring - Three Arrows 1992-2001
46 7 World Jewish Congress 1994-2001
46 8 World Jewish Congress 2002-2006
46 9 World Labour Zionist Movement 1993-1999
46 10 World Labour Zionist Movement 1999-2005
BoxFolderTitleDate
47 1 World Social Forum 2004-2005
47 2 World Zionist Organization/Congress 1997-2001
47 3 World Zionist Organization/Congress 2001-2005
47 4 World Zionist Organization/Congress - clippings 1997-2005
47 5 Yaish, Sami Ben 2004
47 6 Youth Institute for Peace in the Middle East 1983-1986
47 7 Zionism (general) 1997
47 8 Zionist Organization of America 1995-2005
47 9 Zipper, Rabbi Simon E. 1986-1987
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Series III: Projects in Israel, 1949-2006

In English, with some Arabic, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Boxes 48-87. 20.25 linear feet.
Arrangement:

This series has been divided into four subseries, the largest of which is arranged in numeric order according to the Histadrut’s project classification scheme. The three smaller series were created to accommodate the files that didn’t follow this numbering system but were clearly designated “Projects” by NCLI box labels.

Scope and Content:

The word “project” was applied broadly to a variety of donation arrangements. These ranged in size and substance from constructing an entire hospital to buying an air conditioner for a small synagogue. The projects were proposed and managed by the Histadrut (or its relevant subsidiaries), and NCLI (or its local campaign offices) matched these giving opportunities with American donors. Sometimes a group, such as a local Workmen’s Circle branch, would pledge to fund a project over a period of many years, but others were fulfilled with a single gift from an individual. The paperwork attached to any single project, then, can vary in size and substance as well. For the most part, the documents in these files are donation records or correspondence pertaining to donation transmissions, project assignments, and donor acknowledgments. Detailed information about donors is not likely to be found here, nor are there records of the Histadrut’s decision-making processes regarding potential project sites.

Some of the Committee’s major long-term projects may be further documented in the General Files series above, including: a number of Amal schools, the Max Apple Children’s Village, the CWA Glenn Watts Cultural Center, and the International Institute.

Subseries 1: Project Catalogs and Indexes, undated, 1954-1997

In English.
Box 48. 0.5 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

Scope and Content:

The Bulletins dated 1954-1970 contain detailed lists of Histadrut projects awaiting funding and the dollar amounts attached to each. They were distributed by NCLI’s national office and seem to have been intended for the managers of campaign offices rather than for donors. These Project Bulletins are divided by category but unfortunately do not provide a key to understanding the project classification system. The Project Bulletins and Briefing Book estimated to be dated 1987-1997 are less comprehensive, contain photos of project sites, and appear more donor-oriented overall.

The indexes were undated, but the one labeled “original” is clearly older, as the entries are handwritten, typed in several different styles, and include layers of annotations and corrections. The second index, which was labeled “Re-typed (needs to be checked)” is a newer, word-processed document that basically reproduces the first. These alphabetical indexes were likely created by NCLI staff in order to bypass the arcane numeric filing system and enable them to look up files by donor name instead.

BoxFolderTitleDate
48 1 Project bulletins 1954-1959
48 2 Project bulletins 1960-1965
48 3 Project bulletins 1967-1970
48 4 Project bulletins [1987]
48 5 Project index (original) undated
48 6 Project index (re-typed) undated
48 7 "Projects Briefing Book" [1997]

Subseries 2: Project Files (numbered), 1950-2006

In English, Hebrew, Yiddish, and some Arabic.
Boxes 48-85. 18.05 linear feet.
Arrangement:

The filing sequence of this subseries is numeric, although the processing archivist has provided descriptive titles as well. The numbering system is a three-position code with forward-slash symbols dividing the digits in each position, and the physical order of the files denotes that the code is read from right to left. The right-hand number refers to a geographic location in Israel, and these values range from 1 to 198. The middle number refers to the category of project, and this value may range from 1 to 17. (See the attached Project Code Key for a full listing of middle and right position values.) The farthest left digit appears to be arbitrarily or sequentially assigned. For example, if the location code “3” represents Jerusalem and the category code “1” represents hospitals, a folder numbered 1/1/3 would indicate the file contains records of the first Histadrut hospital project in Jerusalem. However, a fourth digit was appended to some projects, enclosed in parentheses in the farthest right position. This extra number was used to subdivide large projects or differentiate between multiple projects at a single location. Using the example above, 1/1/3 (2) and 1/1/3 (3) might refer to different rooms or departments within the same hospital. Use of the parenthetical number is not entirely consistent, though, and only affects the filing order after the otherwise right-to-left reading of the slash-divided codes.

It became clear during processing that although the file order is sequential, many numbers are missing or were never used. Additionally, a number of files were not listed in either of the indexes, or were indexed under variant misspellings and impossible to find. These facts contributed to the archivist’s decision to create a complete Project File Inventory (attached here) to capture all the folder label data. In addition to the numeric codes, most files also listed the name and location of the donor, some description of the project, and its location. The File Inventory includes this information and some additional fields. The current box and folder location are listed next to the filing code for each project folder. The next column contains the names of people or organizations—usually this is the donor, but some projects were registered in honor of or in memory of a different name. Extra names and other NCLI label notations are enclosed in parentheses. The location noted in this column may record where the donor lived but it more likely refers to which local NCLI office was handling the donation. The project description column includes specific locations of project sites (when this information was provided), but the archivist did not record the details of each gift, such as “furniture,” “waiting room,””equipment” and so on. Following the date range is a second file number field. The numbers assigned in Israel were sometimes retroactively reassigned or edited to append parenthetical codes, which meant that documents inside a given folder could refer to a number of different file codes besides the one the label, so this column records those alternates. The last column of the File Inventory notes just some of the spelling and transliteration discrepancies found throughout this subseries. When it was easy to determine the predominant form of a name (or place name), that was the one the archivist used. One final complicating factor was quantity of files with detached or partial labels. Data interpolated by the processing archivist is enclosed in square brackets.

The folder titles below, then, describe their contents at only the broadest level and supply the range of the file numbers included, while the attached documents provide a more complete map of this subseries’ arrangement.

Scope and Content:

As stated above, these files cover a wide variety of subjects, but there is some consistency to the type of documents found in an average project file. Many have a printed cover sheet with a series of blank lines for recording pledge amounts, payments, and balances. Most files also contain a printed registration form with blank lines for file numbers and project locations. The majority of these registration forms are stamped with a 1964 date even if records indicate the project had been started earlier. (Possibly this is the date the file numbering scheme was first implemented and applied to all the projects already underway.) A nearly identical printed form was used for mailing project photographs from Histadrut offices to NCLI. The slimmest project files, those with only a single item, usually contained one of these three pre-printed forms.

Approximately half of the project files contain at least one photo, and most of these photos are of plaques. Some files contain more extensive pictorial documentation of project construction, dedication ceremonies, or related events. Additional document types may include: architectural plans, donor contracts, financial reports, and correspondence with donors or the Histadrut.

BoxFolderTitleDate
48 8 Clinics, Tel Aviv: 1/1/1 (1) - 6/1/1 (3) 1951-1970
BoxFolderTitleDate
49 1 Clinics, Tel Aviv: 7/1/1 (1) - 11/1/1 1950-1995
49 2 Beeri St. clinic, Tel Aviv: 11/1/1 (1) - 11/1/1 (7) 1958-1978
49 3 Beeri St. clinic, Tel Aviv: 11/1/1 (8) - 11/1/1 (14) 1972-1979
49 4 Seidel Clinic, Tel Aviv: 12/1/1 - 12/1/1 (21) 1954-1983
49 5 Seidel Clinic, Tel Aviv: 12/1/1 (22) - 12/1/1 (32) 1977-1985
49 6 Zamenhoff clinic, Tel Aviv: 13/1/1 (1) - 13/1/1 (21) 1953-1980
49 7 Zamenhoff clinic, Tel Aviv: 13/1/1 (22) - 13/1/1 (29) 1975-1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
50 1 Zamenhoff clinic, Tel Aviv: 13/1/1 (30) - 15/1/1 1963-1982
50 2 Tel Nordau clinic, Mendele St., Tel Aviv: 15/1/1 (1) - 15/1/1 (17) 1961-1994
50 3 Clinics, Tel Aviv: 16/1/1 - 17/1/1 1952-1968
50 4 Veidat Katowitz clinic, Tel Aviv: 17/1/1 (1) - 17/1/1 (10) 1957-1973
50 5 Veidat Katowitz clinic, Tel Aviv: 17/1/1 (11) - 17/1/1 (20) 1970-1974
50 6 Clinics, Tel Aviv: 18/1/1 - 21B/1/1 (2) 1951-1985
50 7 Clinics, Tel Aviv: 22/1/1 (1) - 25/1/1 (2) 1955-1975
50 8 Ramat Chen mental health clinic, Tel Aviv: 27/1/1 (1) - 27/1/1 (3) 1960-1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
51 1 Ramat Chen mental health clinic, Tel Aviv: 27/1/1 (5) (folder 1 of 2) 1988-1996
51 2 Ramat Chen mental health clinic, Tel Aviv: 27/1/1 (5) (folder 2 of 2) 1988-1996
51 3 Ramat Aviv clinic, Tel Aviv: 28/1/1 (1) - 28/1/1 (3) 1957-1969
51 4 Clinics, Tel Aviv: 29/1/1 (1) - 31/1/1 1954-1984
51 5 Ben Anat clinic, Jaffa, Tel Aviv: 31/1/1 (2) - 31/1/1 (8) 1954-1969
51 6 Hatkuma clinic, Jaffa, Tel Aviv: 32/1/1 (1) - 32/1/1 (11) 1962-1977
51 7 Clinics, Tel Aviv: 33/1/1 - 36/1/1 (1) 1959-1982
51 8 Hatkuma clinic, Jaffa, Tel Aviv: 37/1/1 (1) - 37/1/1 (3) 1970-1977
51 9 Kiryat Shalom clinic, Tel Aviv: 38/1/1 1971-1980
51 10 Geiger St. clinic, Tel Aviv: 39/1/1 (1) - 39/1/1 (8) 1972-1994
51 11 Horowitz Medical Center, Shikun Dan, Tel Aviv: 42/1/1 (1) 1971-1978
BoxFolderTitleDate
52 1 Geriatric Care Center, Shabazi St., Tel Aviv: 43/1/1 (1) 1983-1994
52 2 Clinics, Tel Aviv: 48/1/1 - 64/1/1 1953-1975
52 3 Rasco clinic, Tel Aviv: 73/1/1 - 73/1/1 (5) 1951-1976
52 4 Geulim clinic, Jaffa, Tel Aviv: 74/1/1 - 74/1/1 (15) 1962-1988
52 5 Geulim clinic, Jaffa, Tel Aviv: 74/1/1 (16) - 74/1/1 (25) 1967-1979
52 6 Clinics, Tel Aviv: 75/1/1 (1) - 105/1/1 1951-1993
52 7 Cultural centers, Tel Aviv: 1/2/1 - 7/2/1 (1) 1953-1990
52 8 Child and youth centers, Tel Aviv: 1/3/1 - 3/4/1 (1) 1951-1977
BoxFolderTitleDate
53 1 Libraries, Tel Aviv: 1/5/1 - 8/5/1 (1) 1952-1990
53 2 Ramat Aviv nursing home, Tel Aviv: 1/6/1 - 1/6/1 (6) 1964-1990
53 3 Technical Youth Center, Tel Aviv: 1/7/1 - 2/7/1 1960-1964
53 4 Sport centers and stadiums, Tel Aviv: 1/8/1 - 4/8/1 1952-1977
53 5 Max Pine vocational school, Tel Aviv: 1/9/1 (1) - 1/9/1 (16) 1957-1994
53 6 Max Pine vocational school, Tel Aviv: 2/9/1 (1) - 2/9/1 (3) 1951-1975
53 7 Vocational schools, Tel Aviv: 3/9/1 (1) - 6/9/1 (4) 1952-1995
53 8 Synagogues, Tel Aviv: 1/10/1 (2) - 4/10/1 1963-1972
53 9 Special Projects, Tel Aviv: 1/17/1 - 3/17/1 1963-1977
53 10 Carmel Hospital, Haifa: 1/1/2 (1) - 1/1/2 (8) 1959-1974
53 11 Clinics, Haifa: 2/1/2 (1) - 7/1/2 (2) 1954-1989
53 12 Clinics, Haifa: 8/1/2 (1) - 9/1/2 (2) 1961-1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
54 1 Clinics, Haifa: 10/1/2 (1) - 11/1/2 (3) 1953-1978
54 2 Clinics, Haifa: 12/1/2 - 12/1/2 (4) 1964-1980
54 3 Clinics, Haifa: 13/1/2 - 16/1/2 (1) 1955-1975
54 4 Kiryat Eliyahu clinic, Haifa: 18/1/2 (1) - 18/1/2 (5) 1962-1972
54 5 Clinics, Haifa: 19/1/2 (1) - 21/1/2 (3) 1956-1977
54 6 Clinics, Haifa: 22/1/2 - 23/1/2 (1) 1956-1974
54 7 Seamen's clinic, Haifa: 24/1/2 (1) - 24/1/2 (5) 1970-1982
54 8 Bat Galim clinic, Haifa: 25/1/2 (1) - 25/1/2 (5) 1971-1976
54 9 Clinics, Haifa: 26/1/2 (1) - 27/1/2 (1) 1964-1977
54 10 Maryland Medical Center, Haifa: 27/1/2 (1) 1972-1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
55 1 Maryland Medical Center, Haifa: 27/1/2 (2) - 27/1/2 (14) 1974-1985
55 2 Clinics, Haifa: 29/1/2 - 29/1/2 (7) 1964-1995
55 3 Kiryat Tivon clinic, Haifa: 37/1/2 1964-1971
55 4 Cultural centers, Haifa: 1/2/2 - 3/2/2 1958-1976
55 5 Druze Village kindergarten, Julis (Haifa): 1/3/2 (1) 1968-1973
55 6 Youth centers, Haifa: 1/4/2 - 3/4/2 1962-1989
55 7 Libraries, Haifa: 1/5/2 - 3/5/2 1958-1964
55 8 Nursing homes, Haifa: 1/6/2 - 1/6/2 (7) 1960-1987
55 9 Nursing homes, Haifa: 2/6/2 - 2/6/2 (2) 1964-1994
55 10 Nursing homes, Haifa: 3/6/2 - 6/6/2 1964-1994
55 11 Sport centers and stadiums, Haifa: 1/8/2 - 4/8/2 (1) 1956-1994
55 12 Kiryat Haim trade school, Haifa: 1/9/2 - 1/9/2 (3) 1964-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
56 1 Kiryat Haim trade school, Haifa: 1/9/2 (3) (architectural plans) 1964-1995
56 2 Kiryat Haim trade school, Haifa: 1/9/2 (4) - 1/9/2 (6) 1967-1974
56 3 Kiryat Haim trade school, Haifa: 2/9/2 - 2/9/2 (12) 1964-1975
56 4 Special Projects, Haifa: 1/16/2 - 2/17/2 1962-1967
56 5 Maoz clinic, Jerusalem: 1/1/3 - 1/1/3 (4) 1953-1969
56 6 Katamon clinic, Jerusalem: 2/1/3 (1) - 2/1/3 (3) 1961-1979
56 7 Clinics, Jerusalem: 3/1/3 (2) - 9/1/3 1961-1983
56 8 Talpiot clinic, Jerusalem: 10/1/3 - 10/1/3 (7) 1964-1986
56 9 Cooper clinic, Strauss St., Jerusalem: 11/1/3 (1) 1959-1983
56 10 Rasco clinic, Jerusalem: 13/1/3 (2) - 13/1/3 (4) 1966-1981
56 11 Clinics, Jerusalem: 14/1/3 - 14/1/3 (1) 1962-1972
56 12 Clinics, Jerusalem: 15/1/3 - 16/1/3 (1) 1956-1977
56 13 Alan King Medical Center, Jerusalem: 17/1/3 (1) 1967-1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
57 1 Alan King Medical Center, Jerusalem: 17/1/3 (2) - 17/1/3 (7) 1972-1982
57 2 Alan King Medical Center, Jerusalem: 17/1/3 (8) - 17/1/3 (16) 1974-1984
57 3 Alan King Medical Center, Jerusalem: 17/1/3 (17) - 17/1/3 (23) 1975-1983
57 4 Alan King Medical Center, Jerusalem: 17/1/3 (24) - 17/1/3 (35) 1977-1981
57 5 Alan King Medical Center, Jerusalem: 17/1/3 (37) - 17/1/3 (44) 1978-1984
57 6 Thomas Flavell Medical Center, Jerusalem: 18/1/3 (1) - 18/1/3 (6) 1969-1984
57 7 Proujanin clinic, Jerusalem: 19/1/3 - 19/1/3 (7) 1964-1975
57 8 Proujanin clinic, Jerusalem: 19/1/3 (9) - 19/1/3 (16) 1973-1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
58 1 Ruth St. psychiatric clinic, Jerusalem: 20/1/3 (1) (folder 1 of 2) 1969-1985
58 2 Ruth St. psychiatric clinic, Jerusalem: 20/1/3 (1) (folder 2 of 2) 1969-1985
58 3 Clinics, Jerusalem: 21/1/3 (1) - 23/1/3 (1) 1965-1985
58 4 Cultural centers, Jerusalem: 2/2/3 - 4/2/3 (1) 1964-1983
58 5 Glenn Watts cultural center, Jerusalem: 5/2/3 (1) 1984-1998
58 6 Glenn Watts cultural center, Jerusalem: 5/2/3 (2) 1993-1994
58 7 Karmit children's home, Jerusalem: 1/3/3 - 1/3/3 (11) 1964-1996
58 8 Kiryat Yovel youth center, Jerusalem: 1/4/3 - 1/4/3 (2) 1960-1976
58 9 Youth centers, Jerusalem: 2/4/3 - 4/4/3 1960-1970
BoxFolderTitleDate
59 1 Libraries, Jerusalem: 1/5/3 - 2/5/3 (1) 1964-1972
59 2 Nursing homes and sport centers, Jerusalem: 1/6/3 (1) - 1/8/3 (1) 1960-1986
59 3 Vocational schools, Jerusalem: 1/9/3 - 5/9/3 1964-1984
59 4 Synagogues, pools, museums; Jerusalem: 1/10/3 - 1/13/3 (1) 1960-1984
59 5 Katamon Tet day care, Jerusalem: 1/14/3 (1) 1972-1980
59 6 Workers' College, Jerusalem: 2/17/3 - 2/17/3 (5) 1961-1978
59 7 Moshe Sharett College, Jerusalem: 3/17/3 (1) - 3/17/3 (5) 1965-1974
59 8 Katamon Vav playground, Jerusalem: 4/17/3 (1) 1977-1983
59 9 Clinics, Holon: 1/1/4 (6) - 5/1/4 1953-1980
59 10 Mansbach clinic, Holon: 6/1/4 (1) - 7/1/4 1953-1970
59 11 Clinics, Holon: 9/1/4 - 12/1/4 (1) 1954-1976
59 12 Clinics, Holon: 13/1/4 - 25/1/4 1959-1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
60 1 Cultural centers, Holon: 1/2/4 - 4/2/4 (1) 1964-1987
60 2 Youth centers, Holon: 1/4/4 - 4/4/4 1959-1967
60 3 Libraries, nursing homes, playgrounds; Holon: 1/5/4 - 1/17/4 (1) 1957-1994
60 4 Projects, Nahariya: 1/1/5 - 1/7/5 1953-1988
60 5 Beilinson Hospital (Rogoff Fund), Petah Tikva: 1/1/6 (1) 1964-1998
60 6 Beilinson Hospital (Rogoff Fund), Petah Tikva: 1/1/6 (1) 1999-2006
60 7 Beilinson Hospital, Petah Tikva: 1/1/6 (2) - 1/1/6 (43) 1954-1976
60 8 Beilinson Hospital, Petah Tikva: 1/1/6 (44) - 1/1/6 (62) 1960-1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
61 1 Beilinson Hospital, Petah Tikva: 1/1/6 (68) - 1/1/6 (70) 1984-1996
61 2 Beilinson Hospital, Petah Tikva: 1/1/6 (72) - 1/1/6 (90) 1985-1994
61 3 Hasharon Hospital, Petah Tikva: 2/1/6 (1) - 2/1/6 (18) 1957-1987
61 4 Hasharon Hospital, Petah Tikva: 2/1/6 (19) - 2/1/6 (25) 1985-1990
61 5 Hasharon Hospital, Petah Tikva: 2/1/6 (26) - 2/1/6 (34) 1988-1994
61 6 Hasharon Hospital, Petah Tikva: 2/1/6 (35) 1994-1996
61 7 Central clinic, Petah Tikva: 3/1/6 (1) - 3/1/6 (7) 1964-1971
BoxFolderTitleDate
62 1 Central clinic, Petah Tikva: 3/1/6 (8) - 3/1/6 (13) 1969-1985
62 2 Clinics, Petah Tikva: 4/1/6 (1) - 8/1/6 (2) 1957-1995
62 3 Kfar Ganim clinic, Petah Tikva: 10/1/6 (1) 1968-1988
62 4 Kfar Ganim clinic, Petah Tikva: 10/1/6 (1) - 10/1/6 (2) 1968-1988
62 5 Clinics, Petah Tikva: 11/1/6 - 12/1/6 (1) 1968-1973
62 6 Berkman clinic, Petah Tikva: 13/1/6 (1) - 13/1/6 (4) 1971-1975
62 7 Clinics, Petah Tikva: 14/1/6 (1) - 16/1/6 (1) 1968-1988
62 8 Beilinson and Berkman projects, Petah Tikvah: 17/1/6 - 77/1/6 1958-1964
62 9 Cultural centers, Petah Tikva: 1/2/6 1962-1964
62 10 Trade schools and art centers, Petah Tikva: 1/9/6 - 3/9/6 1957-1993
62 11 Synagogues and playgrounds, Petah Tikva: 1/10/6 (1) - 1/17/6 1975-1983
BoxFolderTitleDate
63 1 Clinics, Ramat Gan: 1/1/7 (1) - 6/1/7 (2) 1952-1994
63 2 Hameitar medical center, Ramat Gan: 7/1/7 (1) - 7/1/7 (7) 1957-1981
63 3 Hameitar medical center, Ramat Gan: 7/1/7 (8) - 7/1/7 (14) 1976-1995
63 4 Clinics, Ramat Gan: 8/1/7 (2) - 9/1/7 (1) 1968-1978
63 5 Cultural centers, Ramat Gan: 1/2/7 - 6/2/7 1957-1983
63 6 Libraries, Ramat Gan: 1/5/7 - 4/5/7 (1) 1965-1976
63 7 Stadiums, schools, synagogues; Ramat Gan: 1/8/7 - 3/10/7 (1) 1964-1983
63 8 Hameorer St. clinic, Givatayim: 1/1/8 - 3/1/8 1960-1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
64 1 Clinics, Givatayim: 5/1/8 (1) - 8/1/8 (2) 1954-1983
64 2 Cultural centers, libraries, nursing homes; Givatayim: 1/2/8 - 1/6/8 (3) 1957-1987
64 3 Trade schools and special projects, Givatayim: 1/9/8 (1) - 2/17/8 1966-1985
64 4 Clinics, Bat Yam: 1/1/9 - 4/1/9 (4) 1955-1982
64 5 Clinics, Bat Yam: 5/1/9 (1) - 8/1/9 (1) 1964-1979
64 6 Cultural and youth centers, Bat Yam: 1/2/9 - 1/4/9 (1) 1951-1980
64 7 Neve Amal clinic, Herzliya: 1/1/10 - 2/1/10 (9) 1960-1983
64 8 Neve Amal clinic, Herzliya: 2/1/10 (9A) - 2/1/10 (19) 1971-1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
65 1 Clinics, Herzliya: 3/1/10 - 3/1/10 (1) 1963-1987
65 2 Nof Yam clinic, Herzliya: 7/1/10 (2) - 7/1/10 (7) 1963-1972
65 3 Cultural and youth centers, Herzliya: 1/2/10 (1) - 3/4/10 (1) 1957-1976
65 4 Libraries and sport clubs, Herzliya: 1/5/10 - 1/8/10 (1) 1960-1979
65 5 Clinics, Netanya: 1/1/11 (1) - 4/1/11 (3) 1964-1978
65 6 Clinics, Netanya: 5/1/11 - 9/1/11 (1) 1964-1980
65 7 Kiryat Nordau clinic, Netanya: 10/1/11 (1)- 10/1/11 (17) 1966-1982
65 8 Sanatorium, youth center, library; Netanya: 16/1/11 - 1/5/11 1964-1970
65 9 Meir Hospital, Kfar Saba: 1/1/12 - 1/1/12 (9) 1970-1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
66 1 Hospitals and clinics, Kfar Saba: 2/1/12 - 18/1/12 1953-1983
66 2 Cultural centers, Kfar Saba: 1/2/12 - 2/2/12 (1) 1963-1988
66 3 Children's village, Kfar Saba: 1/3/12 - 1/3/12 (17) 1958-1974
66 4 Children's village, Kfar Saba: 1/3/12 (17AL) - 1/312 (19AL) 1968-1990
66 5 Children's village sport center, Kfar Saba: 1/3/12 (20) 1980-1995
66 6 Children's village, Kfar Saba: 1/3/12 (21ALb) - 1/3/12 (27AL) 1969-1994
66 7 Children's village, Kfar Saba: 1/3/12 (29) - 1/3/12 (37) 1970-1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
67 1 Children's village, Kfar Saba: 2/3/12 - 23/3/12 1953-1981
67 2 Youth centers and libraries, Kfar Saba: 2/4/12 - 1/5/12 1965-1985
67 3 Sport club and Beit Berl college, Kfar Saba: 1/8/12 - 1/17/12 (3) 1964-1984
67 4 Kaplan Hospital, Rehovot: 1/1/13 - 1/1/13 (33) 1962-1983
67 5 Handel Research Institute, Kaplan Hospital, Rehovot: 1/1/13 (34) 1966-2000
67 6 Kaplan Hospital, Rehovot: 1/1/13 (35) - 1/1/13 (41) 1964-1978
67 7 Vigman Foundation, Kaplan Hospital, Rehovot: 1/1/13 (41) 1984-2000
67 8 Kaplan Hospital, Rehovot: 1/1/13 (42) - 1/1/13 (57) 1980-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
68 1 Clinics, Rehovot: 2/1/13 (1) - 7/1/13 (2) 1953-1981
68 2 Hospitals and clinics, Rehovot: 8/1/13 - 45/1/13 1955-1969
68 3 Miscellaneous projects, Rehovot: 1/5/13 - 1/9/13 1964-1967
68 4 Clinics, Hadera: 1/1/14 - 7/1/14 1962-1976
68 5 Youth centers, libraries, stadiums; Hadera: 1/4/14 (1) - 1/8/14 1965-1979
68 6 Vocational high school, Hadera: 1/9/14 - 1/9/14 (6) 1964-1981
68 7 Clinics, Ramla: 1/1/15 - 6/1/15 (5) 1958-1990
68 8 Cultural centers, Ramla: 1/2/15 - 2/2/15 (3) 1954-1976
68 9 Youth centers and libraries, Ramla: 1/4/15 - 1/5/15 1958-1979
68 10 Vocational school, Ramla: 1/9/15 - 2/9/15 (10) 1957-1973
BoxFolderTitleDate
69 1 Vocational school, Ramla: 1/9/15 (11) - 1/9/15 (23) 1967-1994
69 2 Clinics, Lod: 1/1/16 - 19/1/16 1958-1982
69 3 Youth centers and libraries, Lod: 1/4/16 - 1/5/16 1962-1989
69 4 Clinics, Nazareth: 1/1/17 - 4/1/17 1958-1987
69 5 Cultural and youth centers, Nazareth: 1/2/17 - 2/4/17 (1) 1963-1991
69 6 Library, technical center, stadium; Nazareth: 1/5/17 - 1/8/17 1958-1977
69 7 Clinics, Beersheba: 1/1/18 (1) - 4/1/18 (2) 1954-1979
69 8 Yasski Bet clinic, Beersheba: 5/1/18 (3) - 5/1/18 (6) 1978-1997
69 9 Yasski Bet clinic, Beersheba: 1980-1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
70 1 Soroka Medical Center, Beersheba: 6/1/18 (1) - 6/1/18 (12B) 1955-1984
70 2 Soroka Medical Center, Beersheba: 6/1/18 (12C) - 6/1/18 (24) 1983-1995
70 3 Soroka Medical Center, Beersheba: 6/1/18 (25) - 6/1/18 (29) 1987-1994
70 4 Hospitals and clinics, Beersheba: 7/1/18 - 11/1/18 1960-1972
70 5 Rehabilitation center, Beersheba: 12/1/18 - 12/1/18 (58) 1963-1970
70 6 Rehabilitation center, Beersheba: 12/1/18 (59) - 12/1/18 (65) 1968-1978
70 7 Bolotin clinic, Beersheba: 13/1/18 - 13/1/18 (3) 1964-2002
70 8 Bolotin clinic, Beersheba: 13/1/18 (4) - 13/1/18 (9) 1971-1978
BoxFolderTitleDate
71 1 Hospitals and clinics, Beersheba: 14/1/18 - 20/1/18
71 2 Cultural centers, libraries, sport clubs; Beersheba: 1/2/18 - 1/8/18 1959-1969
71 3 Vocational schools, Beersheba: 1/9/18 (4) - 1/9/18 (6) 1966-1979
71 4 Vocational schools, Beersheba: 2/9/18 - 2/9/18 (2) 1961-1991
71 5 Vocational schools, Beersheba: 3/9/18 - 5/9/18 (1) 1964-1988
71 6 Clinics, Dimona: 1/1/19 - 6/1/19 1959-1974
71 7 Cultural centers, libraries, schools; Dimona: 1/2/19 - 1/9/19 1959-1982
71 8 Clinics, Eilat: 1/1/20 - 2/1/20 (1) 1957-1969
71 9 Yoseftal Medical Center, Eilat: 2/1/20 (1) 1985-1990
71 10 Miscellaneous projects, Eilat: 1/2/20 - 1/12/20 1964-1989
71 11 Emek Hospital, Afula: 1/1/21 - 1/1/21 (15B) 1956-1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
72 1 Emek Hospital, Afula: 1/1/21 (17) - 1/1/21 (26) 1964-1987
72 2 Emek Hospital, Afula: 1/1/21 (27A) - 1/1/21 (36) 1969-1995
72 3 Hospitals and clinics, Afula: 2/1/21 (1) - 21/1/21 1964-1982
72 4 Miscellaneous projects, Afula: 1/4/21 - 1/17/21 1964-1987
72 5 Clinics, Acco: 1/1/22 - 4/1/22 (1) 1964-1984
72 6 Cultural and youth centers, Acco: 1/2/22 - 1/4/22 1953-1982
72 7 Clinics, Rishon LeZion: 1/1/23 - 5/1/23 1953-1969
72 8 Baltimore Brith Sholom Medical Center, Rishon LeZion: 6/1/23 1966-1989
72 9 Clinics, Rishon LeZion: 6/1/23 (2) - 11/1/23 1957-1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
73 1 Cultural and youth centers, Rishon LeZion: 1/2/23 - 1/5/23 1959-1975
73 2 Sport center and vocational school, Rishon LeZion: 1/8/23(1) - 1/9/23 (4) 1967-1995
73 3 Projects, Tiberias: 1/1/24 - 2/9/24 (10) 1958-1995
73 4 Projects, Akir (Kiryat Ekron): 1/1/25 - 2/2/25 1961-1965
73 5 Tabachnik clinic, Atlit: 1/1/26 1964
73 6 Projects, Ashkelon: 1/1/27 - 1/4/27 1956-1982
73 7 Alef clinic, Ashdod: 1/1/28 - 1/1/28 (4) 1954-1990
73 8 Alef clinic, Ashdod: 1/1/28 (5) - 1/1/28 (14) 1970-1980
73 9 Clinics, Ashdod: 2/1/28 - 3/1/28 1969-1983
73 10 Cultural and youth centers, Ashdod: 1/2/28 - 2/4/28 (1) 1963-1973
BoxFolderTitleDate
74 1 Clinic, Shivona: 1/1/29 1964
74 2 Projects, Sderot: 1/1/30 - 1/5/30 1958-1966
74 3 Clinics and cultural center, Gan Yavne: 1/1/31 - 1/2/31 1952-1978
74 4 Max Apple children's village, Gan Yavne: 1/3/31 - 1/3/31 (12) 1954-1986
74 5 Max Apple children's village, Gan Yavne: 1/3/31 (13) - 1/3/31 (16) 1976-1985
74 6 Max Apple children's village, Gan Yavne: 1/3/31 (19) - 2/3/31 1964-2006
74 7 Clinics, Bnei Brak: 1/1/32 - 6/1/32 (1) 1957-1980
74 8 Clinics, Bnei Brak: 7/1/32 - 8/1/32 (1) 1967-1985
74 9 Miscellaneous projects, Bnei Brak: 1/2/32 - 1/17/32 (1) 1960-1991
74 10 Clinics, Bnei Zion: 1/1/33 1964-1970
74 11 Clinics, Shlomi: 1/1/34 1964-1970
BoxFolderTitleDate
75 1 Projects, Binyamina: 1/1/35 - 1/2/35 1964-1977
75 2 Clinics, Beit Shean: 1/1/36 - 4/1/36 (1) 1964-1995
75 3 Miscellaneous projects, Beit Shean: 1/2/36 - 1/9/36 1959-1978
75 4 Cultural center, Ben Shemen: 1/2/37 1955-1964
75 5 Clinics, Kiryat Ono: 1/1/38 - 2/1/38 1959-1990
75 6 Clinics, Kiryat Ono: 2/1/38 (2) - 2/1/38 (13) 1969-1990
75 7 Cultural center, Kiryat Ono: 1/2/38 1964-1990
75 8 Clinics, Gedera: 1/1/39 - 2/1/39 1966-1986
75 9 Histadrut House and library, Gedera: 1/2/39 - 1/5/39 1959-1969
75 10 Projects, Gesher Haziv: 1/1/40 - 1/5/40 1953-1985
75 11 Projects, Ness Ziona: 1/1/41 - 2/4/41 1951-1975
BoxFolderTitleDate
76 1 Cultural center, Dorot: 1/2/42 1960-1964
76 2 Clinic, Degania Alef: 1/1/43 1964
76 3 Clinic and Histadrut House, Even Yehuda: 1/1/44 - 1/2/44 1964-1967
76 4 Clinic, Hafetz Hayim: 1/1/45 1964-1975
76 5 Projects, Yavne: 1/1/46 - 1/5/46 1954-1964
76 6 Projects, Yokneam: 1/1/47 - 1/5/47 1958-1976
76 7 Projects, Beit Dagan: 1/1/48 - 1/5/48 1963-1966
76 8 Children's homes, Gezer: 1/3/49 - 4/3/49 1963-1977
76 9 Clinics, Kfar Ata: 1/1/50 - 7/1/50 1954-1971
76 10 Youth center and library, Kfar Ata: 1/4/50 - 1/5/50 1958-1966
76 11 Projects, Kiryat Malachi: 1/1/51 - 1/5/51 1960-1982
76 12 Projects, Kfar Yeruham: 1/1/52 - 1/17/52 1957-1978
76 13 Clinics, Kiryat Gat: 1/1/53 - 5/1/53 1959-1981
76 14 Cultural center, Kiryat Gat: 1/2/53 - 1/5/53 1964-1986
76 15 Projects, Hamadia: 1/1/54 - 1/17/54 1964-1978
76 16 Clinics and cultural centers, Kiryat Motzkin: 1/1/55 - 1/2/55 1962-1988
76 17 Clinics, Kiryat Shmona: 1/1/56 - 4/1/56 (2)
BoxFolderTitleDate
77 1 Miscellaneous projects, Kiryat Shmona: 1/2/56 - 1/17/56 1960-1977
77 2 Projects, Kadima: 1/1/57 - 2/5/57 1964-1982
77 3 Projects, Magdiel, Ramatayim, and Hod Hasharon: 1/1/58 - 1/9/58 (2) 1955-1989
77 4 Clinics and libraries, Kiryat Yam: 1/1/59 - 1/5/59 1960-1985
77 5 Projects, Migdal HaEmek: 1/1/60 - 1/5/60 1962-1972
77 6 Clinics, Mitzpe Ramon: 1/1/61 - 2/1/61 (1) 1967-1976
77 7 Clinic and youth center, Maalot: 1/1/62 - 1/4/62 (1) 1960-1978
77 8 Clinics and sports club, Pardes Hanna: 1/1/63 - 1/8/63 1957-1976
77 9 Clinics, Ofakim: 1/1/64 (1) - 2/1/64 (16) 1959-2001
77 10 Cultural center and library, Ofakim: 1/4/64 (1) - 1/5/64 1964-2001
77 11 Clinic, Or Akiva: 1/1/65 1957-1966
77 12 Loewenstein Hospital, Raanana: 1/1/67 (2) - 1/1/67 (23) 1953-1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
78 1 Clinics, Raanana: 3/1/67 (1) - 9/1/67 1964-1971
78 2 Cultural and youth center, Raanana: 1/2/67 - 1/4/67 1954-1985
78 3 Polsky Geriatric Center, Raanana: 1/6/67 (1) 1969-1985
78 4 Polsky Geriatric Center, Raanana: 1/6/67 (2) - 1/6/67 (13) 1977-1986
78 5 Polsky Geriatric Center, Raanana: 1/6/67 (14) - 1/6/67 (17) 1984-1989
78 6 Projects, Ramat Hasharon: 1/1/68 - 1/4/68 1956-1978
78 7 Sakiya Alef clinic, Or Yehuda: 1/1/69 (1) - 1/1/69 (2) 1960-1975
78 8 Clinics, Or Yehuda: 2/1/69 (1) - 3/1/69 (1) 1970-1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
79 1 Miscellaneous projects, Or Yehuda: 1/2/69 (1) -1/10/69 1960-1971
79 2 Clinics, Kiryat Tivon (Kiryat Amal): 1/1/70 - 3/1/70 (1) 1964-1981
79 3 Children's homes, Kiryat Tivon (Kiryat Amal): 1/3/70 - 1/3/70 (13) 1955-1976
79 4 Children's homes, Kiryat Tivon (Kiryat Amal): 1/3/70 (14) - 1/11/70 1951-1983
79 5 School science center, Kiryat Tivon (Oranim): 1/17/70 (1) 1985-1994
79 6 Sanatorium, Shavei Zion: 1/17/71 (6) - 4/17/71 1964-1974
79 7 Clinics, Tel Amal: 1/1/72 - 2/1/72 1957-1964
79 8 Projects, Tel Mond: 1/1/73 (1) - 2/2/73 1964-1974
79 9 Cultural centers and libraries, Efal (Kiryat Segal): 1/2/75 - 1/5/75 (5) 1962-1982
79 10 Nursing homes, Efal (Kiryat Segal): 1/6/75 - 1/6/75 (16) 1962-1980
79 11 Nursing homes, Efal (Kiryat Segal): 1/6/75 (17) - 1/6/75 (28) 1965-1972
BoxFolderTitleDate
80 1 Nursing homes, Efal (Kiryat Segal): 1/6/75 (29) - 1/6/75 (39) 1970-1986
80 2 Nursing homes, Efal (Kiryat Segal): 1/6/75 (41) - 6/6/75 1962-1989
80 3 Synagogues and special projects, Efal (Kiryat Segal): 1/10/75 (1) - 2/17/75 1966-1983
80 4 Projects, Alonim: 1/1/76 (1) - 1/4/76 1962-1981
80 5 Projects, Einat: 1/2/77 - 3/3/77 1956-1968
80 6 Vocational school, Afikim: 1/9/78 - 1/9/78 (4) 1958-1967
80 7 Projects, Beit Shemesh: 1/2/79 - 1/9/79 1952-1982
80 8 Projects in Sakhnin and Kibbutz Yifat: 1/1/80 - 1/3/80 1963-1973
80 9 Projects, Kibbutz Urim: 1/2/81 - 1/3/81 1962-1966
80 10 Cultural center, Tel Yosef: 1/2/82 1964-1966
80 11 Cultural center, Givat Olga: 1/2/83 (1) 1969
80 12 Clinics, Safed: 1/1/84 (1) - 2/1/84 (3) 1968-1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
81 1 Cultural centers and children's home, Safed: 1/2/84 - 1/3/84 1958-1985
81 2 Youth centers, Safed: 1/4/84 - 2/4/84 1964-1998
81 3 Libraries, stadiums, schools; Safed: 1/5/84 - 1/9/84 (4) 1952-1979
81 4 Art education center, Safed: 2/9/84 (1) 1986-1991
81 5 Synagogues, Safed: 1/10/84 - 2/10/84 1965-1982
81 6 Student housing, Shafrir: 1/17/85 1964
81 7 Cultural center, Kibbutz Hanita: 1/2/86 1964-1966
81 8 Clinic and cultural center, Rosh Pina: 1/1/87 - 1/2/87 (1) 1967-1976
81 9 Projects, Hatzor: 1/1/88 - 1/5/88 1960-1968
81 10 Projects, Ashdot Yaakov: 1/1/89 - 2/2/89 (1) 1959-1970
BoxFolderTitleDate
82 1 Projects, Givat Chaim: 1/2/90 (1A) - 1/5/90 1953-1983
82 2 Projects, Kibbutz Givat Oz: 1/1/91 - 1/10/91 1964-1989
82 3 Children's home, Kibbutz Ginegar: 1/3/92 1959-1966
82 4 Projects, Kibbutz Gilad and Ayelet Hashahar: 1/3/93 - 1/12/94 1960-1975
82 5 Projects, Yahud: 1/1/95 - 1/5/95 1962-1971
82 6 Projects, Ramat David and Kfar Blum: 1/3/96 - 2/12/97 1956-1976
82 7 Projects, Ohalo / Kinneret: 1/2/98 (1) - 1/17/98 (1) 1961-1979
82 8 Cultural center, Kissufim: 1/2/99 1957-1971
82 9 Projects, Kibbutz Masada - Kibbutz Maagan: 1/3/100 - 1/3/102 1957-1966
82 10 Projects, Mishmar Hanegev - Nehora: 1/2/103 - 1/2/106 1953-1976
82 11 Projects, Nahal Oz - Rosh Hanikra: 1/11/107 - 2/3/115 1955-1972
82 12 Projects, Beer Yaakov: 1/1/116 - 1/4/116 (1) 1964-1980
82 13 Projects, Tel Adashim and Arad: 1/13/117 - 1/2/118 1957-2004
82 14 Projects, Givat Shmuel - Kfar Hasidim: 1/1/119 (1) - 1/1/121 1954-1973
BoxFolderTitleDate
83 1 Clinics and synagogues, Zichron Yaakov: 1/1/122 - 1/10/122 (2) 1964-1978
83 2 Projects, Sde Boker and Ayanot: 1/5/123 - 1/4/124 (1) 1957-1977
83 3 Projects, Givat Hashlosha - Kibbutz Naan: 1/3/125 - 1/17/131 1956-1970
83 4 Projects, Kibbutz Yad Mordechai: 1/2/132 (2) - 1/13/132 1964-1973
83 5 Projects, Ben Dor (Haifa): 1/1/133 - 1/2/133 1962-1971
83 6 Clinics, Netivot and Kibbutz Sasa: 1/1/134 - 1/1/135 1964-1985
83 7 Agricultural Institute, Emek Hefer: 1/17/136 - 1/17/136 (8) 1972-1984
83 8 Agricultural Institute, Emek Hefer: 1/17/136 (9) - 1/17/136 (12) 1980-1994
83 9 Projects, Karkur and Umm Al-Fahm: 1/1/137 (1) - 1/4/138 1963-1996
83 10 Clinics, Yesod Hamaala and Azor: 1/1/139 - 2/1/140 1963-1975
BoxFolderTitleDate
84 1 Projects, Degania Bet - Kfar Yona: 1/12/141 - 1/1/147 (2) 1965-1989
84 2 Projects, Caesarea - Mikhmoret: 1/8/148 (1) - 1/2/156 (1) 1965-1985
84 3 Ambulances, Neve Eitan - Sde Eliyahu: 1/1/157 - 1/1/166 (1) 1968-1970
84 4 Projects, Kfar Yarok - Sde Nahum: 1/1/167 (1) - 1/1/179 1967-1989
84 5 Community center, Sakhnin: 1/2/180 (1) 1975-1980
84 6 Youth hostel, Ein Gedi: 1/12/184 (1) 1970-1974
84 7 Cultural center and playground, Yavneel: 1/2/187 (1) - 1/17/187 (1) 1961-1986
84 8 Sam Goody Cultural Center, Rosh Haayin: 1/2/188 (1) 1975-1981
84 9 Projects, Kfar Kara - Kfar Ruppin: 1/2/190 (1) - 1/1/195 (1) 1975-1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
85 1 Bedouin apprentice school, Rahat: 1/9/196 (1) 1983-1994
85 2 Vocational schools, Taibe: 1/9/198 (1) - 2/9/198 (1) 1984-1988

Subseries 3: Project Files (unnumbered), 1987-2005

In English, with some Hebrew.
Box 85. 0.45 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

Files in this subseries were found at the end of the numbered sequence and in a separate box labeled “Israel Projects Current in 2006.” Folders with project codes were incorporated into the previous subseries, leaving these to remain apart. The contents are otherwise similar to the project files described above.

BoxFolderTitleDate
85 3 Amal, Kiryat Haim: Pre-Army Training 2003-2005
85 4 Apple Children's Village - Furniture (Adele Kleinman) 2000
85 5 Apple Children's Village - Petting Zoo (Anna R. Hafter) 1999-2000
85 6 Apple Children's Village (Rabbis) 1998-1999
85 7 Beit Leivick Yiddish Poetry Prize (Samuel Davidson) 1990-1991
85 8 Endowment Fund for Victims of War (Isaac Frankel estate) 1989-1997
85 9 International Institute: Mayor Dinkins Library 1993-1999
85 10 International Institute: Sobelman scholarships 1998-2000
85 11 International Institute: Washington Area Friends of Histadrut 1998
85 12 Kaplan Hospital, Kivelson Maternity Ward 1995-2001
85 13 Maoz Zion clinic, Jerusalem (Rubin estate) 2003
85 14 Mishan children's homes, Jerusalem and Kfar Saba (Katz family) 1987-1994
85 15 Religious libraries (David and Mary Epstein estate) 1995-1997
85 16 Scholarship Funds (various) 1992-1995
85 17 Shevitz Scholarship Fund 1992-1999
85 18 United Hebrew Trades: Max Pine School renovations 1998
85 19 United Jewish Federation of Tidewater projects: Pardes Katz, Bnei Brak 1990-1996

Subseries 4: Publications, 1949-1983

In English.
Boxes 86-87. 1.25 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

Scope and Content:

The periodicals in this subseries are included here primarily because they were labeled “projects” when accessioned from NCLI. Histadrut Foto-News, which was published by the Committee, describes their development projects in Israel. Shalom was published by the American Trade Union Council for Histadrut and more broadly addresses trade union politics and topics relevant to Israeli labor.

Box TitleDate
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1949
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1950
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1951
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1952
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1953
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1954
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1955
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1956
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1957
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1958
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1959
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1960
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1961
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1962
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1963
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1964
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1965
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1966
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1967
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1968
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1969
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1970
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1971
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1972
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1973-1974
86   Histadrut Foto-News (hardbound volume) 1975
BoxFolderTitleDate
87 1 Shalom magazine 1968-1972
87 2 Shalom magazine 1973-1978
87 3 Shalom magazine 1979-1983
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Series IV: Audiovisual Material and Objects, undated, 1951-2005

In English.
Boxes 88-90. 3.95 linear feet.
Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Materials in this series were separated from the rest of the collection because their formats require special handling and storage. Most is electronic media, and items that were unlabeled have been given titles that indicate which folders they were removed from. The older Histadrut House Guestbook is in a state of mild to moderate decay, and its exact origins are not known. It contains signatures, names, and some addresses, perhaps from attendees of NCLI events.

Box TitleDate
88   Audiocassette - Ambassador Avital Reception 1996
88   Audiocassette - Labor Israel 50 Years 1998
88   Audiocassette - NCLI Focus Group (Tape 1) 1996
88   Audiocassette - NCLI Focus Group (Tape 2) 1996
88   Audiocassette - Workmen's Circle Symposium: Time for Peace (Tape 1) 1997
88   Audiocassette - Workmen's Circle Symposium: Time for Peace (Tape 2) 1997
88   CD - Amal (PowerPoint) 2005
88   CD - Amir Peretz meeting (photos) 2004
88   CD - Max Apple Children's Village (photos) undated
88   CD - Mishan 2003
88   CD - Partners for Peace (photos) 2003
88   CD - Pre-Army Center Dedication 2005
88   CD - Pre-Army Program Pictures undated
88   CD - Pre-Army Service Training Program 2005
88   CD - [Pre-Army Training Center] "Amal Kiryat Hayim" (pictures) 2005
88   CD - [Pre-Army Training Center] "Ebb and Flow" 2002
88   CD - [Pre-Army Training Center] "Kiryat Haim" 2003
88   CD - [Pre-Army Training Center] "movie film" 2005
88   CD - Pre-Army Training Photos 2003
88   CD - Pre-Army Training Program (video) 2002-2005
88   Diskette - Israel Bonds Tribute Book [1998]
88   Diskette - Israel Bonds Tribute Book and Fonts [1998]
88   Diskette - NCLI copy for Tribute Journal [1998]
88   DVD - "Towards a Better Tomorrow" (Mashav) undated
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89 [OS1]   "Histadrut House" Guestbook 1951-1961
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90 [OS1] 1 NCLI podium banner (small) undated
90 [OS1] 2 NCLI Histadrut Campaign banner (large) undated
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