Guide to the Records of National Conference on Soviet Jewry, undated, 1949, 1954, 1956, 1958-1993
 
*I-181 and *I-181A

Processed by Vital Zajka, Andrey Filimonov, Viktoriya Zeltsman, Lea New, and Marvin Rusinek

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Machine-readable finding aid created by Vital Zajka as MS Word document, December 2008. Description is in English.
December 2006-January 2007 Audio database created by Viktoriya Zeltsman. January 27, 2009 Finding aid was encoded by Marvin Rusinek. March 2015 Folder list in Part 2, Series V was corrected by Andrey Filimonov. March 2015 Corrected dao links added by Eric Fritzler. April 2015 An accretion of box 371 was processed by Andrey Filimonov.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: National Conference on Soviet Jewry
Title: National Conference on Soviet Jewry, records
Dates:undated, 1949, 1954, 1956, 1958-1993
Abstract: The collection contains the records of the National Conference on Soviet Jewry, the largest and most influential organization created by the American Jews to coordinate efforts on behalf of Soviet Jews, which survives today as NCSJ: Advocates on Behalf of Jews in Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic States & Eurasia. The bulk of the collection covers the activities from the early 1970s through late 1980s. The collection includes minutes of meetings, memoranda, correspondence, newsletters and publications of the NCSJ and its precursor, the American Jewish Committee on Soviet Jewry (1964-1971). Among other materials are individual files Refuseniks, prisoners of conscience and Jewish émigrés. The collection also includes a considerable number of reports from the visits to the USSR by Soviet Jewry Movement activists and other. Significant part of the collection is represented by the audio recordings that include 13 minute programs on the WEVD Radio dedicated to Soviet Jewry topics and recordings of phone conversations with Refuseniks. There is also a considerable number of photographs, posters and publications, several film strips and VHS tapes.
Languages: The collection is in English, with some Dutch, French, Georgian, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian, and Yiddish.
Quantity: 228.5 linear feet (435 manuscript boxes, 8 half manuscript boxes, 1 bankers box, 6 [6"x6"x12"] audio boxes, 2 [6"x12"x16"] audio boxes, 3 oversized folders, 1 MAP2 folder)
Identification: I-181 and I-181A
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
Location: Located in AJHS New York, NY
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Historical Note
'Yes we will join throughout this nation in a common struggle to return historic traditions to Soviet Jews to fight the laws that deny them the basic right to leave'—   Poster by the National Conference on Soviet Jewry.

'Yes we will join throughout this nation in a common struggle to return historic traditions to Soviet Jews to fight the laws that deny them the basic right to leave'— Poster by the National Conference on Soviet Jewry.

The National Conference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ) served as a coordinating agency for major national Jewish organizations and local community groups in the United States. The NCSJ acted on behalf of Soviet Jewry through public education and social action, which aimed to stimulate all segments of the community to maintain interest in the problems of Soviet Jews. To this end the NCSJ also published reports, memoranda, and pamphlets and sponsored special programs, organized public meetings, projects and forums.

The National Conference on Soviet Jewry was created in June 1971 as a result of the reorganization of the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry (AJCSJ, 1964-1971). The NCSJ was devised to be an umbrella organization; a structure representing the effort of the main Jewish communal organizations to aid Soviet Jews and to attract the attention of the U.S. government to the plight of Jews in the USSR. Its main functions included development of planning and strategy on behalf of Soviet Jews, coordination of the work of all constituent members of NCSJ and assignment of particular tasks and the collection and distribution of information on Soviet Jews, refuseniks and prisoners of conscience (POC) and Soviet policies towards them. Refuseniks were Soviet Jews who applied for emigration but were refused exit visas and had to remain in the Soviet Union, usually losing their regular jobs and being able to find only unqualified menial jobs. Prisoners of conscience (POC) were Jews and non-Jews imprisoned by the Soviet authorities for their beliefs, usually under some fabricated criminal charge. Dissidents were members of the broader democracy movement in the USSR which included both Jews and non-Jews.

The precursor of NCSJ, the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry (AJCSJ) came into being as a result of the efforts of individual activists and community leaders, and its emergence may be considered as the beginning of the American Soviet Jewry Movement (ASJM). However, the Movement formally "commenced" with an event, the Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews, held October 21, 1963, prepared by Moshe Decter, editor of the New Leader magazine, and (behind the scenes) the Israeli Liaison Bureau. The Conference took place at the Carnegie Foundation and its sponsors and participants were Saul Bellow, Martin Luther King Jr., Sen. Herbert Lehman, Bishop James Pike, Walter Reuther, Norman Thomas, Robert Penn Warren. This initial assembly led to the establishment of the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry with a more formal assembly a year later, on April 5-6, 1964. April 1964 also saw the birth of the militant student movement, the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ) following a march in New York of Columbia University students to the Soviet UN mission.

The leadership and coordination work by AJCSJ were provided on a rotating, part-time basis between member organizations, and in 1966-1970 its staff coordinating agency was the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC), which provided full-time executive and clerical personnel, housing and other direct administrative overhead and expense costs. The focus in the early years of the AJCSJ and the Soviet Jewry Movement was to obtain equal rights for Soviet Jews as an ethnic and religious minority within the Soviet Union. Eventually the focus shifted to the right for Soviet Jews to emigrate.

The situation for Soviet Jews deteriorated in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The USSR's break of diplomatic relations with Israel and increased Jewish activism, followed by a massive crackdown against Soviet Jewish activists, needed an adequate response and allocation of resources. After a set of recommendations was adopted at a joint meeting, chaired by Rabbi Herschel Schacter and Abraham Bayer, of the AJCSJ and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, combined with the proposals of Stanley H. Lowell (American Jewish Congress), Philip Bernstein (Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds), Charlotte Jacobson (World Zionist Organization), Yehuda Hellman (Presidents Conference) and Isaiah Minkoff (National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council), the National Conference on Soviet Jewry was created in June 1971. The name change from AJCSJ to NCSJ was approved by the Plenum on December 13, 1971.

NCSJ determined its objectives through a consensus of a Board of Governors, which met 3-4 times a year. The Board of Governors consisted of representatives from all member agencies, as well as twenty-five representatives and twenty-five alternates from local communities. The Board of Governors annually elected the Executive Committee and officers of NCSJ.

The plenum of the National Conference included all members of the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry as well as the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, and stipulated a number of representatives of welfare funds and community relations councils designated jointly by the National Jewish Community Relations advisory Council (NJCRAC) and the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.

With the establishment of NCSJ in 1971, Jerry Goodman was appointed executive director of the NCSJ (replaced by Mark Levin in 1987) and Richard Maass was elected its chairman (subsequent chairmen were Theodore (Ted) Man and Morris Abram).

In one of its leaflets the NCSJ described itself as, "an autonomous body working to develop programs designed to be helpful in relieving the problems of Soviet Jews: to aid Soviet Jews who seek their right to leave for Israel and elsewhere; to combat rising anti-Semitism in the USSR; to help Jews live in the Soviet Union with the rights, privileges and freedoms accorded other religious and national minority groups; [and] to help protect the civil and personal rights of Jews within the USSR." At the peak of its activities the NCSJ included about fifty national organizations, among them the American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Public Affairs Committee, American Zionist Federation, American Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith and B'nai B'rith-Women, Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization; the Central Conference of American Rabbis, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, and, on the local level, by hundreds of Jewish communal organizations.

The NCSJ created a network of support groups, which engaged a broad range of Americans, both Jews and non-Jews, and included doctors, lawyers and Congressional spouses. It used contacts with U.S. Presidents, members of the administration, and members of the U.S Congress and Senate to put pressure on the Soviet authorities to allow the increase of the number of Jews attempting to emigrate from the USSR and to ameliorate the condition of Soviet Jews. While presidents before Reagan were reluctant to exercise full-scale intervention on behalf of Soviet Jews for fear of jeopardizing the policy of détente, the U.S. Congress was less apprehensive and more willing to assert itself as a guardian of democracy and a moral force in the wake of United States political scandals and the Vietnam War.

From the beginning, NCSJ leaders cultivated ties with power brokers in Washington, D.C. to further their cause: influential entrepreneurs Armand Hammer and Donald Kendall, prominent lawyers Telford Taylor and Alan Dershowitz, entertainers Joanne Woodland, Jack Gilford and Jane Fonda as well as writers and intellectuals such as Elie Wisel and Alfred Kazin.

A new chapter in the NCSJ and all Soviet Jewry Movement activities was introduced when Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson and Congressman Charles Vanik joined with the NCSJ to introduce legislation that would link trade benefits (the Most Favored Nation status) and credits to the emigration policies of foreign states. The campaign in support of the Jackson-Vanik bill started in 1972 and culminated with the signing of the Jackson-Vanik amendment to the Trade Act of the United States, passed in 1974 and enacted in January 1975. The amendment forced the Soviet authorities to yield, and the years 1975-1979 showed a steady increase in Soviet Jewish emigration from the USSR, reaching its peak in 1979 with 51,320 people. After the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in December 1979, American-Soviet relations rapidly deteriorated, resulting in a reduction of the number of Jews allowed to emigrate from the USSR, and increasing the vigor of the "anti-Zionist" (an euphemism for anti-Jewish) campaign in the 1980s.

In 1984-1985, with a virtual halt in emigration from the Soviet Union, the NCSJ recognized the need for significant changes and admitted that the organization's most important goal, that of "maximizing the involvement of all segments of the Jewish and general communities," in the U.S. had not been achieved. It made steps to enhance its image as "the address for the Soviet Jewry advocacy efforts, guidelines, programs, materials" focusing on work with the national agency members and local federations "to create an integrated and cooperative approach." The involvement of local communities, mostly symbolic so far, was invigorated by attracting local leaders and local communities to participate in decision-making and regular information briefings. The primary purposes of the NCSJ were reformulated as follows:

The new realities of a strong, determined and popular president in the United States (Ronald Reagan, from 1981) and the new policies of "perestroika" and "glasnost" in the top echelons of Soviet power, which included reforms liberalizing Soviet political and ideological norms, opened new opportunities of advocacy on behalf of Soviet Jews. On December 6, 1987, on the eve of the Reagan-Gorbachev summit meeting, about a quarter of a million people marched in Washington to support the struggle of Soviet Jews for their human rights and the right to emigrate from the Soviet Union. The rally was attended by presidential candidate and then vice-president, George H.W. Bush, and a group of recently released refuseniks and prisoners of conscience, among them Ida Nudel, Yosef Begun, Natan Sharansky, Vladimir Slepak and Yuli Edelshtein. It was the largest national event ever held in the nation's capital for any Jewish cause. Created and coordinated by a special NCSJ task force with determination and solidarity, the event brought together all organizations involved in the Soviet Jewry Movement.

The following years brought a drastic increase in Soviet Jewish emigration. By 1991, the year that the USSR ceased to exist, restrictions on all refuseniks were lifted. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the NCSJ continued to serve as an agency coordinating aid to and advocating on behalf of, Jews living in countries that were former territories of the Soviet Union. The NCSJ now operated under the name "NCSJ: Advocates on Behalf of Jews in Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic States and Eurasia," with the head office in Washington, DC.

Today, the NCSJ continues its work as a not-for-profit agency on behalf of the 1.5 million Jews in the countries of the former Soviet Union. The organization stresses, in its own words, the "commitment to safeguard the religious and political freedoms of Jews living in the successor states, protect their right to emigrate without impediment, monitor and combat anti-Semitism, and ensure that Jews have full access to Jewish education, culture, and heritage."

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Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of two parts, which reflect two different acquisitions of the NCSJ materials by AJHS. They are defined as Part One and Part Two and have respective collection numbers of I-181 (1964-1991) and I-181A (1966-1992). The numeration of container manuscript boxes is separate within each part, the numeration of folders is separate within each box, and the container description is on the folder level.

Scope and Content Note for I-181

The first part of the collection (I-181, 36 linear feet), which was donated in 1980, contains materials of the early period of NCSJ activities. It includes the records related to the restructuring of the American Jewish Conference for Soviet Jews (AJCSJ), which functioned from 1964 till 1971. Series I: American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry Records of Part One (I-181) includes materials of the organizational conference of 1964 in Washington, D.C., on which the AJCSJ was founded and AJCSJ bylaws, articles of association, correspondence on the restructuring of AJCSJ. Among other materials are minutes of meetings, a White Paper on Soviet Jewry (submitted to the President of the U.S. in 1968), information on programs like "Matzo of Hope," the Soviet Jewry Petition Campaign, recommendations on Soviet Jewry for Youth and Campus, the Simchat Torah Solidarity Demonstration, and the text of Appeal by Civil Rights Leaders for Soviet Jewry signed, among others, by Ralph David Abernathy, Bella Abzug, Cesar Chavez, R. Abraham Joshua Heschel, Coretta [Scott] King and Roy Wilkins. Also present are documents reflecting the American Jewish reaction on Soviet "hijacking" trials of 1970, resolutions on Soviet Jewry, memoranda and circular letters, and budget statements. An interesting and little known attempt to create a Yiddish language service at the Voice of America radio station in order to broadcast information directly to Soviet Jews (it was not implemented) is also documented in I-181 (box 2, folder 4, box 66, folders 1-3).

The transformation of the AJCSJ into NCSJ was taking place for about six months of the year 1971, from June, when the NCSJ was officially created, through December, when the new name was adopted and all the changes finalized. For this reason there is no clear watershed or border within the organization's materials from that period. Though the bulk of the AJCSJ-era materials is presented in Series I: American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry Records, there is the occasional presence of AJCSJ documents in many folders related to the work of officers and committees of the NCSJ, especially in I-181 Series II (NCSJ Chairmen and Staff Mailings and Correspondence), III (NCSJ Committees Records) and IV (Organizations Correspondence).

One needs to mention that AJCSJ stationary was used well after it was reorganized into NCSJ. The breadth of efforts of AJCSJ and NCSJ is reflected in Series IV: Organizations Correspondence, where correspondence with Jewish organizations of America is presented. Of particular importance are folders of the Anti-Defamation League, American Jewish Committee, B'nai B'rith, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council and local U.S. agencies.

Another important part of the NCSJ activities is presented in Series V: U.S. Presidential, House and Senate Correspondence and Printed Materials, correspondence with the U.S. government and legislation bodies, including the Nixon, Ford and Carter administrations. These materials reflect NCSJ efforts to urge the Federal government to exercise pressure on the Soviet authorities in order to allow free emigration of Jews from the USSR, and meetings and talks with administration officials, Senators and Congressmen. The Series has original letters form presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.

Series VI: Foreign Organizations Correspondence and Printed Material of Part One (I-181) contains correspondence with foreign organizations involved in the Soviet Jewry Movement.

The largest segment of Part One (I-181) of the NCSJ collection is presented in Series VII: NCSJ Activities and covers projects and activities of the NCSJ that were designed to alert broader circles of Jewish and non-Jewish citizens about the plight of refuseniks and prisoners of conscience in the USSR and to strengthen the consolidation of Jewish-American efforts to aid Soviet Jews. Among the activities are projects related to the controversial issue of the destinations of Soviet Jewish émigrés and their resettlement ("Olim"-immigrants to Israel vs. "Drop outs"-Jews aspiring to go to the U.S.), Helsinki Human Rights, petition campaigns, Refusenik and Prisoner adoptions, Trade with the USSR, Visitors to the USSR, Scientists Solidarity and more.

Publications of various Soviet Jewry Movement organizations constitute Series VIII: Publications, and include bulletins, newsletters and press releases arranged alphabetically according to the name of the publication.

The collection has sixty-two posters (I-181, Series IX: Posters), which are stored in oversized folders (OS2F, MAP1, MAP2) and include forty unique images and twenty-two duplicates, all of which are related to the Soviet Jewry Movement.

Scope and Content Note for I-181A

The second part of the collection (I-181A, 168 linear feet) contains the records of the National Conference on Soviet Jewry and audio recordings related to various aspects of the Soviet Jewry Movement and were received in 2006. The bulk of the collection belongs to the late 1970s-early 1980s. Some Series I materials reflect the activities of the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, forerunner of NCSJ, and date from the 1960s. Documents in Series I: NCSJ Administrative Records, reflect the activities of the Executive Committee and the Board of Governors; correspondence of the Executive Director and the Chairman of NCSJ, meetings of the National Advisory Council; meetings of national and regional staff members, the Council of Associates, the Review Task Force Committee and more (I-181A, Series I). Contacts with the media and fundraising efforts of the NCSJ are reflected in the materials of I-181A Series II: Public Relations Records and Series III: Fundraising Records. The National Conference organized and took part in many forums on both Soviet Jewry and human rights in the USSR, and related material can be found in Series IV: Conferences, Actions, Projects and Events.

The NCSJ considered it to be of great importance to have the most accurate first-hand information on the conditions of Soviet refuseniks and prisoners of conscience. They updated their lists of refuseniks and prisoners and gathered in situ information on Soviet policies related to the treatment of foreign visitors. To these ends a considerable part of the NCSJ effort was directed towards organizing visits to Soviet Jews and refuseniks in the USSR and to producing guidelines for visitors. The material in the collection on visits to the USSR include a large body of about 800 travel reports, some with photographs, which constitute a valuable source for researchers of both Soviet Jews and Soviet policies in the 1970s-1980s (Series V: USSR Travel, Committee Files and Reports).

The NCSJ gathered information on refuseniks and prisoners of conscience and their families. As a result, the collection includes hundreds of individual folders on particular refuseniks and prisoners that contain information, which was widely disseminated through NCSJ publications, memoranda and circular letters. The information was also used for preparing cases for politicians and human rights lawyers, and for informational support of rallies and briefings. The refusenik folders are organized alphabetically, and include two bodies of folders, compiled at different times. The total number of individual folders is more than 1,000. There is also a refusenik and prisoner database on index cards (Series VI: USSR Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience Individual Files). Close to the content of Series VI is a body of individual files on Soviet Jewish émigrés-many of who were refuseniks and prisoners (Series VIII: USSR Jewish Émigrés Individual Files).

Among other materials are legal petitions on individual prisoners of conscience, prepared by prominent lawyer Telford Taylor, the former Counsel for the Prosecution at the Nuremberg Trials. The series also includes information on trials and sentencing of refuseniks (Series VII: Soviet Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience Legal Petitions, Affidavits and Memoranda). Among the documents are testimonies and statements made at the U.S. Congressional hearings on Soviet Jews and the Soviet legal system and contacts with United States administration officials (including U.S. presidents) on behalf of Soviet Jews (Series X: U.S. Government, Congress and Senate Contacts). Included is material on communication with other American Jewish and Soviet Jewry Movement-involved organizations (Series IX: Jewish Communal and ASJM Organizations Correspondence and Information Materials).

A large part of the collection are materials on the nature of the Soviet regime and its treatment of Jews, with particular emphasis on the legal and ideological side of the Soviet stance towards the Jews of the Soviet Union (Series XIII: Human Rights, U.S. and USSR Politics, International Politics, anti-Semitism and Holocaust, USSR Politics, General Information Materials).

The collection includes a large number of photographs and posters (Series XIV: Photographs and Oversized Materials) and a substantial audio collection, which records the efforts of American Soviet Jewry Movement activists and the voices of the Soviet refuseniks from behind the Iron Curtain (Series XV: Moving Image Film Strips and Videos).

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Arrangement

Part One of the collection (I-181) is divided into nine series as follows:

Part Two of the collection (I-181A) is divided into sixteen 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.

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 National Conference on Soviet Jewry Records (NCSJ) is one individual collection within the American Soviet Jewry Movement (ASJM) collections 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 Union of Councils for Soviet Jews (I-410), Medical Mobility for Soviet Jewry; the papers of Jerry Goodman and Joel Ackerman (P-787), and Julia Mates Cheney (P-806).

Individual accounts of activities within the Soviet Jewry Movement are preserved in the UJA Oral History Collection (I-433), which includes accounts from members of the following organizations: Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, Bay Area Council on Soviet Jews (BACSJ), Seattle Action for Soviet Jews, Houston Action for Soviet Jews, Chicago Action for Soviet Jews, Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jews and the National Conference on Soviet Jews. Interviewees include accounts by Lillian Forman (BACSJ), Ann Polunsky, Morey Schapira, Myrtle Sitowitz, Deborah Turkin, David Waksberg, Sylvia Weinberg and Dolores Wilkenfeld. In addition posters related to the Soviet Jewry Movement can be found in the Jewish Student Organizations Collection (I-61).

Additional materials from other collections include records dealing with the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry located within the North American Jewish Students Appeal (I-338) and records located at AJHS in Newton Centre, MA including memorabilia and ephemera of the New England Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (I-237) as well as the Records of the Student Coalition for Soviet Jewry - Brandeis University (I-493), and the Records of the NJCRAC (I-172).

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); National Conference on Soviet Jewry, records; I-181 and I-181A; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY, and Boston, MA.

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Acquisition Information

The records were donated by Bernard Wax in 1980 and by Jerry Goodman in 2006. Materials in box 371 were donated by the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2007. Materials in box 329, folder 5 were donated by Rabbi Norman Patz in August 2015.

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Disclaimer

The trip reports found in this collection contain opinions, statements and allegations that may or may not be substantiated. American Jewish Historical Society and the Center for Jewish History do not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any findings, conclusions, recommendations, opinions or statements expressed in the trip reports.

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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.

Click the box in the request column to open the form that allows you to request a box for onsite viewing in the reading room at the Center for Jewish History, New York, NY.

 

Part 1, Series I: American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry Records, undated, 1964-1977

The Series is in English.
Boxes 1-2.
Scope and Content:

This Series contains materials related to the creation and functioning of the first organization founded specifically to aid Soviet Jews, the AJCSJ, during the early period of its successor organization, the NCSJ. The folders are organized chronologically and preserve the original order in which they were created.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
1 1 Organizational conference of AJCSJ, Washington, DC 1964 request_box
1 2 Memoranda and correspondence 1965-1967 request_box
1 3 Memoranda and correspondence 1968 request_box
1 4 Meetings, Biennial, White paper 1968 request_box
1 5 Memoranda and correspondence 1969 request_box
1 6 Memoranda and correspondence 1970-1971 request_box
1 7 Reorganization of AJCSJ into NCSJ 1970-1971 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
2 1 Resolutions and related correspondence 1968-1970 request_box
2 2 Mailings 1964-1967 request_box
2 3 Mailings 1968 request_box
2 4 Mailings 1969 request_box
2 5 Mailings 1970 request_box
2 6 Mailings 1971 request_box
2 7 Meetings-joint committees 1972-1975 request_box
2 8 Statements 1972-1975 request_box
2 9 Budget statements undated, 1971-1977 request_box
2 10 Joint meetings 1977 request_box
2 11 Report of activities 1972-1977 request_box
2 12 Meetings-public relations directors 1973 request_box
2 13 Public relations undated, 1972 request_box
2 14 Prayers for Soviet Jewry undated, 1964, 1967, 1970-1971 request_box
2 15 Soviet Jewry Speakers list undated request_box
2 16 Telegrams 1970-1972 request_box
2 17 Telegrams 1973-1974 request_box
2 18 Telegrams 1975-1977 request_box
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Part 1, Series II: NCSJ Chairmen and Staff Mailings and Correspondence, undated, 1966-1983

The Series is in English.
Boxes 3-7.
Scope and Content:

The Series includes the correspondence and mailings of the Chairmen and NCSJ leadership, and minutes of staff meetings. It reflects the activities and day-to-day operations of the organization, and also participation in the events like leadership conferences and world conferences on Soviet Jewry. Some folders contain photographs, booklets and leaflets.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
3 1 Mailings 1972 request_box
3 2 Mailings 1973 request_box
3 3 Mailings 1974 request_box
3 4 Mailings 1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
4 1 Mailings 1976 request_box
4 2 Mailings 1977 request_box
4 3 Mailings 1978 request_box
4 4 Mailings undated request_box
4 5 National Leadership Conferences 1966-1982 request_box
4 6 NCSJ, World conferences 1971-1983 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
5 1 Weinstein, Lewis H. (AJCSJ chairman) undated, 1968-1971 request_box
5 2 Schacter, Hershel (AJCSJ chairman) 1970-1971 request_box
5 3 Maass, Richard (NCSJ chairman) undated, 1971-1978 request_box
5 4 Gold, Eugene (NCSJ chairman) 1976-1978 request_box
5 5 Lowell, Stanley (NCSJ chairman) 1970-1978 request_box
5 6 Goodman, Jerry (AJC Foreign Affairs Dept) 1969-1970 request_box
5 7 Goodman, Jerry (AJC, NCSJ) 1971 request_box
5 8 Goodman, Jerry 1972 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
6 1 Goodman, Jerry 1973 request_box
6 2 Goodman, Jerry 1974 request_box
6 3 Goodman, Jerry 1975 request_box
6 4 Goodman, Jerry 1976 request_box
6 5 Goodman, Jerry 1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
7 1 Goodman, Jerry January-August 1978 request_box
7 2 Goodman, Jerry September 1978-March 1979 request_box
7 3 Goodman, Jerry undated request_box
7 4 Bayer, Abraham 1978 request_box
7 5 Cymerman, Isabel 1973-1975 request_box
7 6 Rotenberg, Jon 1976 request_box
7 7 Levkov, Ilya 1976-1978 request_box
7 8 Schenker, Jon 1975-1978 request_box
7 9 Saivetz, Carol undated, 1971-1972 request_box
7 10 Siegel, Neil 1978 request_box
7 11 Woods, Sheila 1971-1975 request_box
7 12 Shinbaum, Myrna 1972-1977 request_box
7 13 Shinbaum, Myrna 1978 request_box
7 14 Chernin, Albert 1966-1968 request_box
7 15 Staff meetings 1972-1978 request_box
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Part I, Series III: NCSJ Committees Records, undated, 1964-1979

The Series is in English.
Boxes 8-12.
Scope and Content:

The organization's multifaceted and structured work within a number of special Committees, which covered particular areas of the campaign to aid Soviet Jews, is presented in this Series. That includes materials and correspondence of the Board of Governors and Executive committee. Among others are Finance and Budget, Membership, Structure, Steering, Public Relations, Trade, Medical and other Committees; groups like Program advisory and Professional advisory, and Business advisory council. There is documentation of the Conference's policy-making body-Plenum, from 1966 through 1975.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
8 1 Officers 1971-1974 request_box
8 2 Board of Governors correspondence 1976-1978 request_box
8 3 Board of Governors, delegates 1976-1977 request_box
8 4 Board of Governors, meetings (1) 1978 request_box
8 5 Board of Governors, meetings (2) 1978 request_box
8 6 Executive committee 1971-1973 request_box
8 7 Executive committee 1974-1975 request_box
8 8 Executive committee 1976-1978 request_box
8 9 Executive committee, correspondence 1972-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
9 1 Plenum, articles of association circa 1972 request_box
9 2 Plenum 1966 request_box
9 3 Plenum 1967 request_box
9 4 Plenum 1968 request_box
9 5 Plenum 1969 request_box
9 6 Plenum 1970 request_box
9 7 Plenum 1971 request_box
9 8 Plenum 1972 request_box
9 9 Plenum 1973 request_box
9 10 Plenum 1974 request_box
9 11 Plenum 1975 request_box
9 12 Plenum 1976 request_box
9 13 Plenum 1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
10 1 Evaluation committee 1973 request_box
10 2 Joint policy and planning committee 1974 request_box
10 3 Program advisory group 1971-1978 request_box
10 4 Finance and budget committee 1973 request_box
10 5 Legislation committee 1974 request_box
10 6 Long range planning 1974-1975 request_box
10 7 Nominating committee undated, 1975 request_box
10 8 Professional advisory group 1971-1976 request_box
10 9 Public relations committee 1972 request_box
10 10 Committee on structure 1965-1971 request_box
10 11 Membership committee 1969-1976 request_box
10 12 Steering committee undated, 1964-1970 request_box
10 13 Technical subcommittee 1967-1971 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
11 1 Business advisory council 1975-1978 request_box
11 2 Business advisory council-shareholders project 1977 request_box
11 3 Business advisory council, corporate project 1978 request_box
11 4 Commission on trade 1972 request_box
11 5 Committee for Valery and Galina Panov 1973-1974 request_box
11 6 Medical committee 1973-1974 request_box
11 7 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry (see also: International Legal Colloquium, September 22-24, 1974, publication) 1973-1974 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
12 1 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry 1975 request_box
12 2 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry 1976 request_box
12 3 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry 1977 request_box
12 4 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry 1978-1979 request_box
12 5 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry, Symposium January 18, 1976 request_box
12 6 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry, committee on travel 1977-1978 request_box
12 7 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry undated, 1973 request_box
12 8 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry, memoranda undated, 1974-1975 request_box
12 9 Soviet Jewry Research Bureau 1975-1976 request_box
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Part 1, Series IV: Organizations Correspondence, undated, 1966-1979

The Series is in English.
Boxes 13-29.
Scope and Content:

Contains correspondence with organizations involved in the Soviet Jewry Movement, arranged alphabetically according to the organization's name.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
13 1 Academic Committee on Soviet Jewry 1967-1978 request_box
13 2 Academy for Jewish Studies Without Walls 1974 request_box
13 3 Ad Hoc Committee for Intellectual Freedom 1973-1974 request_box
13 4 Ad Hoc Committee of Scientists 1973 request_box
13 5 Alternatives in religious education 1973 request_box
13 6 Al Tidom 1972-1973 request_box
13 7 American Association for Jewish Education 1974-1976 request_box
13 8 American Association of Jewish Book Publishers 1977 request_box
13 9 American Committee to free Mikhail Stern 1976 request_box
13 10 American Council for Émigrés in the Professions 1976 request_box
13 11 American Federation for Soviet Jews 1971-1972 request_box
13 12 American Federation of Jewish Fighters, Camp Inmates and Nazi Victims 1972-1976 request_box
13 13 American Israel Cultural Foundation 1972, 1974 request_box
13 14 American Israel Public Affairs Committee 1972-1977 request_box
13 15 American Jewish Committee 1970-1972 request_box
13 16 American Jewish Committee 1973 request_box
13 17 American Jewish Committee 1974 request_box
13 18 American Jewish Committee 1975-1978 request_box
13 19 American Jewish Committee, Paris office 1972-1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
14 1 American Jewish Congress 1971-1978 request_box
14 2 American Trade Union Council for Histadrut 1974 request_box
14 3 American Jewish Historical Society 1971-1972 request_box
14 4 American Zionist Federation 1971-1977 request_box
14 5 American Zionist Youth Foundation 1973-1976 request_box
14 6 Amnesty International 1974-1976 request_box
14 7 Anti-Defamation League 1971-1978 request_box
14 8 Association of Reform Zionists of America 1978 request_box
14 9 Baltimore Hebrew College 1975-1976 request_box
14 10 B'nai B'rith 1971-1978 request_box
14 11 B'nai B'rith Hillel 1968-1978 request_box
14 12 B'nai B'rith Women 1972-1972 request_box
14 13 B'nai B'rith Youth Organization 1972-1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
15 1 Board of Jewish Education (Chicago) 1975 request_box
15 2 Brith Sholom 1973-1977 request_box
15 3 Burndy Corporation 1973 request_box
15 4 Central Conference of American Rabbis 1971-1978 request_box
15 5 Citizen Exchange Corps 1976 request_box
15 6 Coalition of Arts for Soviet Jews (National) 1973-1975 request_box
15 7 Colorado Committee of Elected Officials of Concern for Soviet Jewry 1977-1978 request_box
15 8 Concerned Jewish Students of Greater Boston 1970 request_box
15 9 Conference of Presidents of Major American Organizations 1971-1977 request_box
15 10 Committee of Concerned Scientists 1973-1975 request_box
15 11 Committee of Concerned Scientists 1976-1979 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
16 1 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds 1971-1973 request_box
16 2 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds 1974-1975 request_box
16 3 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds 1976-1978 request_box
16 4 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds-LCBC 1971-1974 request_box
16 5 Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds-LCBC 1975-1976 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
17 1 Council on Religion and International Affairs 1976 request_box
17 2 Federation of American Scientists 1976-1977 request_box
17 3 Foundation for Urban Development 1976 request_box
17 4 Free Sons of Israel 1970 request_box
17 5 Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry 1971-1979 request_box
17 6 Hadassah 1969-1978 request_box
17 7 Hashomer Hatsair 1972 request_box
17 8 Herzl Institute 1974-1975 request_box
17 9 HIAS 1971-1979 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
18 1 Institute for International Policy 1976 request_box
18 2 Institute for Jewish Life 1974 request_box
18 3 International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists 1973-1974 request_box
18 4 International Committee for Soviet Jewry 1970 request_box
18 5 International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews 1972-1975 request_box
18 6 International League for the Rights of Man 1971-1972 request_box
18 7 International Psycho-Analytical Association 1971 request_box
18 8 Interreligious Task Force on Soviet Jewry 1972-1975 request_box
18 9 Interreligious Task Force on Soviet Jewry 1976-1978 request_box
18 10 Interreligious organizations 1972-1974 request_box
18 11 Israel's Seminars Foundation 1977 request_box
18 12 Jewish Agency 1977 request_box
18 13 Jewish Defence League 1971-1972, 1975-1976 request_box
18 14 Jewish Labor Committee 1972-1978 request_box
18 15 Jewish Minorities Research 1975 request_box
18 16 Jewish Museum (NY) 1976 request_box
18 17 Jewish Occupational Council 1976 request_box
18 18 Jewish Post and Opinion 1973 request_box
18 19 Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation 1977-1978 request_box
18 20 Jewish Telegraphic Agency 1970, 1974-1975 request_box
18 21 Jewish Theological Seminary 1973 request_box
18 22 Jewish War Veterans 1972-1977 request_box
18 23 Jewish Welfare Board 1976, 1978 request_box
18 24 Joint Distribution Committee 1972-1978 request_box
18 25 Kehilath Yeshurun (NYC) (see also: Ramaz School) 1972, 1974-1975 request_box
18 26 Labor Zionist Alliance 1973-1977 request_box
18 27 Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture 1978 request_box
18 28 Mizrachi Women 1973, 1975 request_box
18 29 National Committee for American Foreign Policy 1974 request_box
18 30 National Committee for Labor Israel 1974 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
19 1 National Conference of Jewish Communal Service 1972, 1974-1977 request_box
19 2 National Council of Jewish Women 1972-1978 request_box
19 3 National Council of Young Israel 1971-1973, 1975-1977 request_box
19 4 National Conference on Soviet Antisemitism 1978 request_box
19 5 National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs 1978 request_box
19 6 National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods 1978 request_box
19 7 National Foundation for Jewish Culture 1976 request_box
19 8 National Community Relations Advisory Council 1966, 1971-1973 request_box
19 9 National Community Relations Advisory Council January-July 1974 request_box
19 10 National Community Relations Advisory Council August-December 1974 request_box
19 11 National Community Relations Advisory Council 1975-1976 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
20 1 National Community Relations Advisory Council 1977 request_box
20 2 National Community Relations Advisory Council 1978 request_box
20 3 National Jewish Welfare Board 1972-1974 request_box
20 4 National; Student Lobby for Soviet Jewry 1973 request_box
20 5 New York Association for New Americans 1973-1974 request_box
20 6 New York Board of Rabbis 1971, 1977 request_box
20 7 New York Times 1972 request_box
20 8 Noar Mizrachi (Noam) 1978 request_box
20 9 North American Jewish Students Network 1973-1975 request_box
20 10 North American Jewish Youth Council 1967-1969, 1973-1974 request_box
20 11 Northern California Lawyers Committee 1977-1978 request_box
20 12 Northern Neighbors 1973-1975 request_box
20 13 Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America 1973 request_box
20 14 ORT (see also: Women's American ORT) 1977-1978 request_box
20 15 Pioneer Women 1973-1978 request_box
20 16 Promoting Enduring Peace 1977 request_box
20 17 Rabbinical Assembly 1971-1974 request_box
20 18 Rabbinical Council of America 1973-1977 request_box
20 19 Radio Free Europe 1977-1978 request_box
20 20 Ramaz School (see also: Kehilath Jeshurun) 1974-1977 request_box
20 21 Rav Tov Committee 1976-1977 request_box
20 22 Red Cross 1971-1972 request_box
20 23 Religious Zionists of America 1971-1972 request_box
20 24 Research Institute on Soviet Jewry 1971 request_box
20 25 Radio Liberty Committee 1971-1975 request_box
20 26 Student Activists for Soviet Jewry 1971 request_box
20 27 Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry 1970-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
21 1 Synagogue Council of America 1972-1977 request_box
21 2 Tarbut Foundation 1976-1977 request_box
21 3 Union of American Hebrew Congregations 1971-1977 request_box
21 4 Union of Councils for Soviet Jews undated, 1971-1978 request_box
21 5 Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America 1972-1975 request_box
21 6 United Israel Appeal 1975-1978 request_box
21 7 United Jewish Appeal 1971-1978 request_box
21 8 United Synagogue of America 1971-1978 request_box
21 9 United Synagogue Youth 1972-1977 request_box
21 10 United Zionist Revisionists 1972-1974, 1976 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
22 1 Women's American ORT (see also: ORT) 1972, 1975-1978 request_box
22 2 Women's League for Conservative Judaism 1974, 1977-1978 request_box
22 3 World Center for European Rabbis 1972, 1976-1977 request_box
22 4 Workmen's Circle 1972-1978 request_box
22 5 World Conference of Jewish Organizations 1973 request_box
22 6 World Jewish Congress 1971, 1973-1978 request_box
22 7 World Union for Progressive Judaism 1978 request_box
22 8 World Zionist Organization 1971-1978 request_box
22 9 World Zionist Organization, American Section 1971-1978 request_box
22 10 Writers and Artists for Peace in the Middle East 1974 request_box
22 11 YIVO Institute 1971, 1975 request_box
22 12 Zamir Chorale Foundation 1971 request_box
22 13 Zionist Organization of America 1971-1976, 1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
23 1 Jewish Community Centers: Albany 1972-1978 request_box
23 2 Jewish Community Centers: Atlanta 1971-1978 request_box
23 3 Baltimore 1971-1978 request_box
23 4 Boston (see also: Action for Soviet Jewry, Mass.) 1971-1978 request_box
23 5 Chicago 1971-1978 request_box
23 6 Cincinnati 1975-1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
24 1 Cleveland 1969, 1971-1978 request_box
24 2 Columbus, Ohio 1974-1975, 1977 request_box
24 3 Dallas 1971-1978 request_box
24 4 Dayton 1971, 1973, 1975, 1977-1978 request_box
24 5 Denver 1971-1978 request_box
24 6 Des Moines 1972-1977 request_box
24 7 Detroit 1972-1978 request_box
24 8 Hartford 1971-1977 request_box
24 9 Highland Park, NJ 1973-1974 request_box
24 10 Hollywood, Fla. 1973-1979 request_box
24 11 Honolulu 1977-1978 request_box
24 12 Indianapolis 1972-1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
25 1 Kansas City, Mo. 1972-1978 request_box
25 2 Louisville 1972-1978 request_box
25 3 Los Angeles 1970-1972 request_box
25 4 Los Angeles 1973-1974 request_box
25 5 Los Angeles 1975 request_box
25 6 Los Angeles 1976-1978 request_box
25 7 Los Angeles 1977-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
26 1 Miami 1971-1975 request_box
26 2 Miami 1976-1979 request_box
26 3 Milwaukee 1972, 1974-1975, 1977 request_box
26 4 Minneapolis 1971-1973 request_box
26 5 Minneapolis 1974-1978 request_box
26 6 Nashville 1972-1974 request_box
26 7 New Haven 1971-1978 request_box
26 8 New Orleans 1972-1978 request_box
26 9 New York Metropolitan Region (see also: L.I. Committee for Soviet Jewry) 1974-1975, 1977-1978 request_box
26 10 Norfolk, Va. 1972-1978 request_box
26 11 Oakland, CA 1972-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
27 1 Philadelphia 1971-1972 request_box
27 2 Philadelphia 1973-1974 request_box
27 3 Philadelphia 1975-1978 request_box
27 4 Pittsburgh 1971-1978 request_box
27 5 Portland, Oregon 1973-1978 request_box
27 6 Providence, R.I. 1971-1978 request_box
27 7 Richmond, Va. 1973-1978 request_box
27 8 Rochester, NY 1974-1977 request_box
27 9 St. Louis 1972-1978 request_box
27 10 San Francisco 1972-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
28 1 Savannah 1972-1977 request_box
28 2 Seattle, Wash. 1973-1978 request_box
28 3 Toledo 1971, 1973, 1978 request_box
28 4 Topeka, Kansas 1977-1978 request_box
28 5 Trenton 1971-1972 request_box
28 6 Washington, DC 1971-1974 request_box
28 7 Washington, DC 1975-1979 request_box
28 8 Wilmington 1974-1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
29 1 Alabama 1972, 1975, 1978 request_box
29 2 Arizona 1973-1977 request_box
29 3 Arkansas 1972 request_box
29 4 California 1974-1977 request_box
29 5 Connecticut 1971, 1975-1976 request_box
29 6 Florida 1975-1978 request_box
29 7 Illinois 1973-1974 request_box
29 8 Indiana 1971, 1977 request_box
29 9 Iowa 1972, 1975 request_box
29 10 Louisiana 1975 request_box
29 11 Maine 1972 request_box
29 12 Maryland 1973, 1977 request_box
29 13 Massachusetts 1973-1978 request_box
29 14 Michigan 1973, 1975, 1977 request_box
29 15 Minnesota 1978 request_box
29 16 Nebraska 1974-1977 request_box
29 17 New Jersey 1971-1977 request_box
29 18 New Mexico 1977 request_box
29 19 New York 1971-1979 request_box
29 20 North Carolina (contains photographs) 1973-1974 request_box
29 21 Ohio 1971-1974 request_box
29 22 Oklahoma 1976-1978 request_box
29 23 Pennsylvania 1971, 1973-1974, 1977 request_box
29 24 South Carolina 1975 request_box
29 25 South Dakota 1972 request_box
29 26 Tennessee 1973, 1975, 1977 request_box
29 27 Texas 1974-1975 request_box
29 28 Virginia 1973, 1975, 1978 request_box
29 29 Washington 1975 request_box
29 30 West Virginia 1978 request_box
29 31 Wisconsin 1974-1975, 1978 request_box
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Part 1, Series V: U.S. Presidential, House and Senate Correspondence and Printed Materials, 1965-1978

The Series is in English.
Boxes 30-31.
Scope and Content:

Contains correspondence with the US government and legislation bodies, organized chronologically and preserves the original order.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
30 1 Nixon Administration (see also Visitors to the USSR) 1968-1972 request_box
30 2 Nixon Administration 1973-1974 request_box
30 3 Ford Administration 1974-1976 request_box
30 4 Carter Administration 1976-1977 request_box
30 5 Commerce Department 1978 request_box
30 6 State Department 1965-1969 request_box
30 7 State Department 1970-1972 request_box
30 8 State Department 1973-1976 request_box
30 9 State Department 1977-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
31 1 House of Representatives 1965-1970 request_box
31 2 House of Representatives 1971 request_box
31 3 House of Representatives 1972 request_box
31 4 House of Representatives 1973-1977 request_box
31 5 U.S. Senate 1968, 1971-1972 request_box
31 6 U.S. Senate 1973-1977 request_box
31 7 McGovern, George 1972 request_box
31 8 Kennedy, Edward 1973-1974 request_box
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Part 1, Series VI: Foreign Organizations Correspondence and Printed Material, undated, 1966-1979

The Series is in English.
Boxes 32-36.
Arrangement:

Arranged into two subseries.

Scope and Content:

The Series includes correspondence with organizations outside of the U.S. which were involved in the Soviet Jewry Movement. The most of correspondence fall on Canada, England and Israel. Also included are publications by foreign Soviet Jewry Movement organizations. Organized alphabetically according to the name of organization.

Subseries A: Correspondence, 1966-1978

The Subseries is in English.
Boxes 32-33.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
32 1 Australia. Executive Council; of Australian Jewry 1967-1977 request_box
32 2 Australia 1966-1978 request_box
32 3 Austria 1973-1975 request_box
32 4 Belgium 1974, 1976 request_box
32 5 Bulgaria 1974 request_box
32 6 Canada, Canadian Committee for Soviet Jewry 1975-1978 request_box
32 7 Canada, Canadian Committee of Lawyers and Jurists 1978 request_box
32 8 Canada, Canadian Jewish Congress 1967-1978 request_box
32 9 Canada, Montreal Committee for Soviet Jewry 1973-1975, 1977 request_box
32 10 Canada, Montreal 35's 1976-1977 request_box
32 11 Canada, Toronto 35's 1974 request_box
32 12 Canada, Women for Soviet Jewry (Toronto) 1972-1974, 1978 request_box
32 13 Canada 1968-1974, 1977 request_box
32 14 England, Board of Deputies of British Jews 1966-1975 request_box
32 15 England, Institute of Jewish Affairs 1971, 1974-1975, 1977-1978 request_box
32 16 England, Manchester Council for Soviet Jewry 1974-1975 request_box
32 17 England, National Council for Soviet Jewry 1976-1978 request_box
32 18 England, 35's-Women's Campaign for Soviet Jewry 1974-1978 request_box
32 19 England 1968, 1972-1976 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
33 1 France, Bibliotheque Juive Contemporaine 1974-1976 request_box
33 2 Israel, Government (by department) 1972-1973, 1975-1977 request_box
33 3 Israel, Embassy in Washington 1974-1978 request_box
33 4 Israel, Action Committee of Newcomers 1972 request_box
33 5 Israel, Israel Aliyah Center 1977 request_box
33 6 Israel, Jewish Agency 1971, 1976 request_box
33 7 Israel, Israel Public Council for Soviet Jewry 1971-1978 request_box
33 8 Israel, Schroeter, Leonard 1971-1973 request_box
33 9 Israel, Shamir-Association of Jewish Religious Professionals 1974-1978 request_box
33 10 Israel 1974-1975 request_box
33 11 Italy 1975 request_box
33 12 Romania 1975-1976 request_box
33 13 South America 1968-1970, 1976 request_box
33 14 Sweden 1968, 1975-1976 request_box
33 15 Switzerland 1972, 1976 request_box

Subseries B: Memoranda, Newsletters, Press releases, undated, 1967, 1969, 1971-1979

The Subseries is in English.
Boxes 34-36.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
34 1 Australia 1973, 1975, 1977 request_box
34 2 Austria undated, 1975 request_box
34 3 Belgium 1972, 1974, 1977 request_box
34 4 Canada, Canadian Committee for Soviet Jewry 1975, 1977-1978 request_box
34 5 Canada, various organizations 1976-1978 request_box
34 6 England, Board of Deputies for British Jews 1969, 1972-1978 request_box
34 7 England, National Council for Soviet Jewry 1976-1978 request_box
34 8 England. Jews in the USSR, bulletin 1972-1975 request_box
34 9 England, 35's-Women's Campaign for Soviet Jewry 1975-1978 request_box
34 10 England, World Union of Jewish Students 1971-1972 request_box
34 11 England, various organizations 1967, 1971-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
35 1 France, Bibliotheque juive 1972-1979 request_box
35 2 France, CRIF 1972-1975 request_box
35 3 France, various organizations 1974-1978 request_box
35 4 Israel, Action Committee of Newcomers 1971-1973 request_box
35 5 Israel, Government 1972-1976 request_box
35 6 Israel, Israel Public Council for Soviet Jewry 1972-1976 request_box
35 7 Israel, SHAMIR 1972, 1975-1976 request_box
35 8 Israel, various organizations 1972, 1975-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
36 1 Italy 1972-1976 request_box
36 2 New Zealand 1978 request_box
36 3 Romania 1977-1978 request_box
36 4 South America (incl. Central America) 1972-1978 request_box
36 5 Sweden undated, 1977 request_box
36 6 Switzerland 1971-1972, 1977-1978 request_box
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Part 1, Series VII: NCSJ Activities, undated, 1966-1981

The Series is in English.
Boxes 37-67.
Scope and Content:

The Series contains materials on projects, activities and events by ASCSJ and NCSJ on behalf of Soviet Jews. Among them are activities to publicize the plight of refuseniks and prisoners of conscience among the Western, first of all American, Jewish community (Freedom Bus, Candle for Soviet Jews, Adopt a Family etc.), petitions on behalf of Soviet Jews, rallies and demonstrations, briefing of visitors to the USSR and their trip reports upon return, correspondence regarding particular Soviet Jewish refuseniks, prisoners of conscience and émigrés.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
37 1 Academicians (see also Correspondence, organizations -- Academic Committee on Soviet Jewry) 1972-1974 request_box
37 2 Antisemitism 1971-1972 request_box
37 3 August 12, 1952—Stalinist Terror 1967 request_box
37 4 August 12, 1952—Anniversary of Execution of Jewish Intellectuals in the Soviet Union 1970 request_box
37 5 August 12, 1952—The Night of the Murdered Poets 1971 request_box
37 6 August 12, 1952—20th Anniversary of the Murder of 24 Soviet Jewish Writers 1972 request_box
37 7 August 12, 1952—anniversary 1973 request_box
37 8 August 12, 1952—anniversary 1974 request_box
37 9 August 12, 1952—anniversary 1975 request_box
37 10 August 12, 1952—anniversary 1976-1977 request_box
37 11 Babi Yar commemoration 1975-1976 request_box
37 12 Black Community 1972-1975 request_box
37 13 Black Community—Petition 1967 request_box
37 14 Books and Publications 1973-1979 request_box
37 15 Brezhnev, Leonid I. (see also visitors to the U.S.) 1974 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
38 1 Campus Programming 1978 request_box
38 2 Chanukah 1969, 1977 request_box
38 3 Chanukah Demonstration 1967 request_box
38 4 Communications—general undated request_box
38 5 Communications—mail 1972-1976 request_box
38 6 Communications—mail, returned 1972 request_box
38 7 Communications—mail, Postal Data Collection Project circa 1975 request_box
38 8 Communications—Parcels 1972 request_box
38 9 Communications—Telephone 1972-1975 request_box
38 10 Communications—Telephone, Data 1974-1975 request_box
38 11 Communications—Telephone, Transcriptions 1972-1978 request_box
38 12 Communist Party USA—Jews undated, 1976 request_box
38 13 Consular Treaty 1967 request_box
38 14 Détente 1974-1975 request_box
38 15 Détente, summit 1973-1974 request_box
38 16 Dissent, Soviet 1972-1975 request_box
38 17 Emergency Conference on Soviet Jewry 1970 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
39 1 Emigration from the USSR, general 1972 request_box
39 2 Emigration 1973 request_box
39 3 Emigration 1974 request_box
39 4 Emigration 1975 request_box
39 5 Emigration—from the USSR to Israel 1972 request_box
39 6 Emigration—Israel 1973 request_box
39 7 Emigration—Israel 1974 request_box
39 8 Emigration—Israel 1975 request_box
39 9 Emigration—Israel 1976 request_box
39 10 Emigration—Israel 1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
40 1 Emigration—from the USSR to the US 1971-1972 request_box
40 2 Emigration—U.S. 1973 request_box
40 3 Emigration—U.S. 1974 request_box
40 4 Emigration—U.S. 1975 request_box
40 5 Emigration—U.S. 1976 request_box
40 6 Emigration—U.S. Koch Bill 1971 request_box
40 7 Emigration—U.S. Kennedy Bill 1971 request_box
40 8 Emigration—U.S. 1977 request_box
40 9 Emigration—Dropouts (1 of 2) 1976 request_box
40 10 Emigration—Dropouts (2 of 2) 1976-1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
41 1 Emigration—Family Reunification Cases, A-E circa 1976 request_box
41 2 Emigration—Family Reunification Cases, F-H undated request_box
41 3 Emigration—Family Reunification Cases, I-L undated request_box
41 4 Emigration—Family Reunification Cases, M-P undated request_box
41 5 Emigration—Family Reunification Cases, Q-Z undated request_box
41 6 Emigration—Family Reunion 1966-1967 request_box
41 7 Escape to the Sun film 1972 request_box
41 8 Eternal Light—Torch of Cultural Freedom 1966-1967 request_box
41 9 Exhibit—Tragedy of Soviet Jewry 1966-1967 request_box
41 10 EXPO 1974—Spokane, Wash. 1973-1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
42 1 Freedom Lights for Soviet Jewry 1971 request_box
42 2 Financial aid for Soviet Jews undated, 1972-1974 request_box
42 3 Freedom Bus 1971-1972 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
43 1 Human Rights 1973-1977 request_box
43 2 Human Rights—Congressional Hearings 1971-1974 request_box
43 3 Human Rights Day for Soviet Jewry 1972 request_box
43 4 Helsinki Committee Meeting 1977 request_box
43 5 Helsinki—Human Rights 1973-1977 request_box
43 6 Helsinki Day Press Conference 1976 request_box
43 7 Hunger Strike 1973 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
44 1 European Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry 1970 request_box
44 2 World Conference on Soviet Jewry 1970-1978 request_box
44 3 Brussels Conference—Delegates 1971 request_box
44 4 Brussels Conference—correspondence 1970-1971 request_box
44 5 Brussels Conference 1971—planning 1970-1971 request_box
44 6 Brussels Conference 1971—programs, resolutions 1971 request_box
44 7 Brussels Conference—press reaction 1971 request_box
44 8 Brussels Conference—letters from the USSR against 1971 request_box
44 9 Brussels Conference—local agency delegates 1971 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
45 1 London Meeting on Soviet Jewry-1972 1971-1972 request_box
45 2 Geneva Meeting—1973 1972-1973 request_box
45 3 London Meeting 1974 request_box
45 4 Second World Conference of Jewish Communities on Soviet Jewry (Brussels II, 1976) 1975-1976 request_box
45 5 Brussels II (1976)—delegates 1976 request_box
45 6 Brussels II (1976)—program 1976 request_box
45 7 Brussels II (1976)—workshops 1975-1976 request_box
45 8 Brussels II (1976)—press 1976 request_box
45 9 Brussels II (1976)—resolutions 1976 request_box
45 10 Brussels II (1976)—correspondence 1975-1976 request_box
45 11 Brussels II (1976)—follow up 1976 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
46 1 International Legal Colloquium, London 1974 request_box
46 2 International Seminar on Soviet Jewry, Kiryat Anavim 1974-1975 request_box
46 3 Moscow Symposium on Jewish Culture 1976 request_box
46 4 Absorption Conference on Soviet Jewish Immigration 1976-1977 request_box
46 5 International declaration on Soviet Jewry 1966 request_box
46 6 International Letter 1967 request_box
46 7 International Day of recognition 1973 request_box
46 8 International Women's Year 1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
47 1 Israel Mission (UJA/ NCSJ) 1974 request_box
47 2 Leadership Conference 1967 request_box
47 3 Leadership Assembly 1972 request_box
47 4 Leadership Assembly 1975 request_box
47 5 Leadership Assembly 1976 request_box
47 6 Leadership Assembly 1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
48 1 Leadership Assembly 1978 request_box
48 2 Leningrad Jewish Club 1976 request_box
48 3 Lettoni, Jean (Yanco Leibovici) 1970-1971, 1974 request_box
48 4 Levin, Yehudah Leib-birthday (see also visitors—U.S. 1968 request_box
48 5 "Zalmen: or, the Madness of God," by Elie Wiesel 1974 request_box
48 6 Media contacts 1970-1972 request_box
48 7 Media contacts 1973-1975 request_box
48 8 Media contacts 1976-1978 request_box
48 9 Media—WEVD Russia Reports 1972-1975 request_box
48 10 Media—press 1967-1968, 1974 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
49 1 Moscow Sit-in 1976 request_box
49 2 Nationalities 1974 request_box
49 3 Norton, E. H. 1977 request_box
49 4 Odessa cemetery 1974 request_box
49 5 Alexandrovich, Mikhail 1972-1974 request_box
49 6 Alexandrovich (Averbukh), Ruth 1971-1972 request_box
49 7 Gluzman, Rita 1971-1972 request_box
49 8 Kerbel, Moise 1973 request_box
49 9 Khenkin, Kirill 1973-1974 request_box
49 10 Kochubiyevsky, Boris 1972 request_box
49 11 Kogan, Boris 1972-1973 request_box
49 12 Levich, Benyamin and Tanya undated request_box
49 13 Libman, Bluma and Julia 1972 request_box
49 14 Makhlis, Leonid 1972 request_box
49 15 Mandelzveig, Viktor 1973-1974 request_box
49 16 Mash, Vladimir 1974 request_box
49 17 Model, Lev 1973-1974 request_box
49 18 Panov (Shulman), Valery 1972-1973 request_box
49 19 Panov (Shulman), Valery and Galina 1974 request_box
49 20 Polsky, Viktor 1974-1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
50 1 Radomislsky, Mikhail 1973 request_box
50 2 Segal, Dmitrii 1973 request_box
50 3 Sevela, Efraim (Drabkin, Efim) 1972 request_box
50 4 Shapiro, Beniamin 1973 request_box
50 5 Shkolnik, Feiga 1978 request_box
50 6 Shapiro, Gavriel (Silver, Judy) 1972 request_box
50 7 Shepshelovich, Mikhail 1973 request_box
50 8 Stiglitz, Michael undated request_box
50 9 Teitelbaum, Daniel 1973 request_box
50 10 Voloshin, Arkady 1973 request_box
50 11 Olim—A (Abramovich, Ass, Alter, Aronson et al.) 1971-1978 request_box
50 12 Olim—B (Banchik, Barshai, Barsky, Belfor et al.) 1972-1978 request_box
50 13 Olim—C-E 1972-1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
51 1 Olim—F 1972-1977 request_box
51 2 Olim—G 1974-1977 request_box
51 3 Olim—I-K 1972-1979 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
52 1 Olim—L 1972-1977 request_box
52 2 Olim—P 1973-1977 request_box
52 3 Olim—M-O 1972-1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
53 1 Olim—R 1972-1978 request_box
53 2 Olim—S 1972-1979 request_box
53 3 Olim—T-Z 1973-1977 request_box
53 4 Olim—aid-resettlement 1972 request_box
53 5 Olim—correspondence 1971-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
54 1 Olympics (Moscow 1980) 1978-1979 request_box
54 2 Oral History Project 1976-1977 request_box
54 3 Organizations—Chamah 1975 request_box
54 4 Organizations—Shomer Achi 1977-1978 request_box
54 5 Orphans of the Exodus Vigil 1976 request_box
54 6 Panovs' Tribute 1973-1975 request_box
54 7 "Parasitism" cases 1972 request_box
54 8 Passover Vigil for Soviet Jewry 1969-1978 request_box
54 9 Passover—Matzah of Oppression 1966 request_box
54 10 Passover—Matzah of Hope 1967 request_box
54 11 Passover—Matzah of Hope 1968 request_box
54 12 Passover—Matzah of Hope 1969 request_box
54 13 Passover—Matzah of Hope 1970 request_box
54 14 Passover—Matzah of Hope 1971 request_box
54 15 Passover—Matzah of Hope 1972-1978 request_box
54 16 Penson Exhibition 1972-1975 request_box
54 17 Penson Exhibition 1972-1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
55 1 Petition campaign 1975-1976 request_box
55 2 Poster campaign undated request_box
55 3 Policy conference (NCSJ) 1981 request_box
55 4 Presidential election campaign 1968 request_box
55 5 Presidential election campaign—platform 1968 request_box
55 6 Presidential election campaign—Democratic Party 1972 request_box
55 7 Presidential election campaign—Republican Party 1972 request_box
55 8 Presidential election campaign—Democratic Party 1976 request_box
55 9 Presidential election campaign—Republican Party 1976 request_box
55 10 Prisoners of Conscience Lists 1970-1971 request_box
55 11 Prisoners of Conscience Lists 1972 request_box
55 12 Prisoners of Conscience Lists 1973 request_box
55 13 Prisoners of Conscience Lists 1974 request_box
55 14 Prisoners of Conscience Lists 1976 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
56 1 Prisoners of Conscience Lists 1977 request_box
56 2 Prisoners of Conscience Lists 1978 request_box
56 3 Prisoners of Conscience Lists undated request_box
56 4 Polsky, Viktor 1974 request_box
56 5 Sakharov, Andrei 1973-1976 request_box
56 6 Ulman, Misha 1972-1973 request_box
56 7 Shcharansky, Anatoly 1976-1978 request_box
56 8 Vinkovetsky, Aron and Yakov 1974-1976 request_box
56 9 Zavurov, Amner 1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
57 1 Prisoners of Conscience (P.O.C.)—A-D 1976 request_box
57 2 Prisoners of Conscience—E-G 1973, 1975 request_box
57 3 Prisoners of Conscience—H-L 1978 request_box
57 4 Prisoners of Conscience—M-P 1975-1978 request_box
57 5 Prisoners of Conscience—Q-S 1973-1975 request_box
57 6 Prisoners of Conscience—T-Z 1975-1977 request_box
57 7 Prisoners of Conscience—Daily Log 1972 request_box
57 8 Prisoners of Conscience—Daily Log 1973 request_box
57 9 Prisoners of Conscience—Daily Log 1974-1975 request_box
57 10 Prisoners of Conscience—correspondence 1970-1972 request_box
57 11 Prisoners of Conscience—correspondence 1973 request_box
57 12 Prisoners of Conscience—correspondence 1974 request_box
57 13 Prisoners of Conscience—correspondence 1975 request_box
57 14 Prisoners of Conscience—correspondence 1976-1979 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
58 1 Prisoners of Conscience—adoption (lawyers) 1972 request_box
58 2 Prisoners of Conscience—adoption, Project Yachad 1972-1978 request_box
58 3 Prisoners of Conscience—amnesty 1972-1973 request_box
58 4 Prisoners of Conscience—Appeals 1971 request_box
58 5 Prisoners of Conscience—Appeals 1972 request_box
58 6 Prisoners of Conscience—Appeals 1973 request_box
58 7 Prisoners of Conscience—Appeals 1974 request_box
58 8 Prisoners of Conscience—Appeals 1975 request_box
58 9 Prisoners of Conscience—Appeals 1976-1978 request_box
58 10 Prisoners of Conscience—Appeals undated request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
59 1 Prisoners of Conscience—Delegation of relatives to Washington 1979 request_box
59 2 Prisoners of Conscience—Operation Redemption 1974 request_box
59 3 Prisoners of Conscience—P.O.C Month 1975 request_box
59 4 Prisoners of Conscience—P.O.C. Month 1976 request_box
59 5 Prisoners of Conscience—Taylor Project 1973-1975 request_box
59 6 Prisoners of Conscience—Trials 1970-1972 request_box
59 7 Prisoners of Conscience—Trials-Leningrad 1971-1975 request_box
59 8 Prisoners of Conscience—Trials-Minsk 1973 request_box
59 9 Prisoners of Conscience—Trials-Riga 1971 request_box
59 10 Project Write-On undated, 1969, 1977 request_box
59 11 Regional Leadership Conference—New England 1970 request_box
59 12 Regional Leadership Conference—Mid-Atlantic 1970 request_box
59 13 Regional Leadership Conference—Mid-West 1970 request_box
59 14 Regional Leadership Conference—West Coast 1970 request_box
59 15 Regional Leadership Conference—Southern States 1970 request_box
59 16 Regional Leadership Conference—West Coast 1975 request_box
59 17 Regional Leadership Conference—West 1976 request_box
59 18 Regional Leadership Conference—West 1977 request_box
59 19 Regional Leadership Conference—East Central States 1978 request_box
59 20 Regional Leadership Conference—South East 1978 request_box
59 21 Regional Leadership Conference—Midwest 1978 request_box
59 22 Regional Leadership Conference—New Jersey and East Pennsylvania 1978 request_box
59 23 Regional Leadership Conference—Atlantic Seaboard 1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
60 1 Scientists Seminar (Moscow) 1974-1975 request_box
60 2 Seminar on Religion and Nationality in the USSR 1969 request_box
60 3 Scientists, Soviet 1972-1973 request_box
60 4 Shaar Project 1973, 1975 request_box
60 5 Shavuot-Soviet Jewry Teach-in 1969 request_box
60 6 Simhat Torah Solidarity 1970-1976 request_box
60 7 Solidarity Day 1972 request_box
60 8 Solidarity Day—communities 1972 request_box
60 9 Solidarity Day—petitions 1972 request_box
60 10 Solidarity Day—resolutions 1972 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
61 1 Solidarity Day 1974 request_box
61 2 Solidarity Day—communities 1974 request_box
61 3 Solidarity Day 1975 request_box
61 4 Solidarity Day 1976 request_box
61 5 Solidarity Day 1977 request_box
61 6 Solidarity Week 1977 request_box
61 7 Solidarity Day 1978 request_box
61 8 Study Seminar in Israel 1978 request_box
61 9 Synagogues 1973-1974 request_box
61 10 Synagogue burning-Odessa 1968 request_box
61 11 Tax, Soviet 1975 request_box
61 12 Tax-Exit fees undated, 1971-1973 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
62 1 Tax on parcels 1976 request_box
62 2 Television Project on Soviet Jewry 1976 request_box
62 3 Trade boycott 1966 request_box
62 4 Trade-Export-import bank 1973-1974 request_box
62 5 Trade—US-USSR 1972-1977 request_box
62 6 Trade Fair-Los Angeles 1977 request_box
62 7 Trade—Most Favored Nation Status, Jackson, Mills/ Vanick 1972-1973 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
63 1 Trade—Most Favored Nation Status June 1973-December 1973 request_box
63 2 Trade—Most Favored Nation Status January-June 1974 request_box
63 3 Trade—Most Favored Nation Status July-December 1974 request_box
63 4 Trade—Most Favored Nation Status 1975-1976 request_box
63 5 Trade—North America 1973 request_box
63 6 United Nations 1970, 1972 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
64 1 Visitors—USSR, general 1972-1976 request_box
64 2 Visitors—USSR, President Nixon 1972 request_box
64 3 Visitors—USSR, President Nixon, letters 1971-1972 request_box
64 4 Visitors—USSR, letters to Nixon from Soviet Jews undated, 1971-1972 request_box
64 5 Visitors—USSR, Buckley, James 1975 request_box
64 6 Visitors—USSR, Congressional delegation 1975 request_box
64 7 Visitors—USSR, Drinan, Robert undated, 1975, 1978 request_box
64 8 Visitors—USSR, Eilberg, Joshua 1975 request_box
64 9 Visitors—USSR, Fish, Hamilton 1975 request_box
64 10 Visitors—USSR, Holtzman, Elizabeth 1975 request_box
64 11 Visitors—USSR, Scheuer, James 1972 request_box
64 12 Visitors—USSR, Senate delegation 1973 request_box
64 13 Visitors—USSR, Senate delegation 1975 request_box
64 14 Visitors—USSR, Kennedy, Edward M. 1974 request_box
64 15 Visitors—USSR, Mathias, Charles 1978 request_box
64 16 Visitors—USSR, Mondale, Walter 1974 request_box
64 17 Visitors—USSR, Nunn, Sam 1978 request_box
64 18 Visitors—USSR, Ribicoff, Abraham 1978 request_box
64 19 Visitors—USSR, Governors delegation 1971 request_box
64 20 Visitors—USSR, Governors delegation 1975 request_box
64 21 Visitors—USSR, Mayors delegation 1978 request_box
64 22 Visitors—USSR, Lindsay, John 1973 request_box
64 23 Visitors—USSR, Robins, Irwin and Susan 1976 request_box
64 24 Visitors—USSR, Sprayregen, Joel 1974 request_box
64 25 Visitors—USSR, Various visitors 1971-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
65 1 Visitors to the U.S.—General 1973-1978 request_box
65 2 Visitors to the U.S.—cultural exchange 1972-1976 request_box
65 3 Visitors to the U.S.—cultural exchange-groups 1972-1975 request_box
65 4 Visitors to the U.S.—Beryozka Dance Company 1972 request_box
65 5 Visitors to the U.S.—Bolshoi Ballet 1974 request_box
65 6 Visitors to the U.S.—Moiseyev dance Company 1974, 1976 request_box
65 7 Visitors to the U.S.—Osipov Balalaika Orchestra 1972 request_box
65 8 Visitors to the U.S.—Brezhnev-Freedom Assembly 1973 request_box
65 9 Visitors to the U.S.—General 1973-1978 request_box
65 10 Visitors to the U.S.—Brezhnev-communities 1973 request_box
65 11 Visitors to the U.S.—Brezhnev visit 1975 request_box
65 12 Visitors to the U.S.—Dragunsky, David 1971 request_box
65 13 Visitors to the U.S.—Fishman, Rabbi Yakov L. 1972 request_box
65 14 Visitors to the U.S.—Levin, Rabbi Yehuda Leib 1968 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
66 1 Voice of America 1966-1968 request_box
66 2 Voice of America 1969-1970 request_box
66 3 Voice of America 1971-1978 request_box
66 4 Volunteer Action Program circa 1975 request_box
66 5 We Are Here 1974-1975 request_box
66 6 Women's Plea for Human Rights for Soviet Jewry 1971 request_box
66 7 Women's Plea 1972 request_box
66 8 Women's Plea 1973 request_box
66 9 Women's Plea 1974 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
67 1 Women's Plea January-October 1975 request_box
67 2 Women's Plea November-December 1975 request_box
67 3 Women's Plea 1976 request_box
67 4 Women's Plea 1977 request_box
67 5 Women's Plea 1978 request_box
67 6 Workshops undated request_box
67 7 Youth Activities 1973 request_box
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Part 1, Series VIII: Publications, undated, 1964-1980, 1986, 1991

The Series is in English.
Boxes 68-73.
Scope and Content:

Contains publications of the NCSJ, or supported by NCSJ, on the Soviet Jewry Movement, and arranged alphabetically by publication's name. The final part of the Series contains press-releases from 1964 through 1991.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
68 1 Activities Report 1976 request_box
68 2 A Look At Recent Literature 1972 request_box
68 3 Announcement of Publications 1970 request_box
68 4 August 12, 1952—Murdered Poets 1969, 1973 request_box
68 5 Bibliography of Materials undated, 1974, 1976, 1983 request_box
68 6 Fact Sheet 1969-1970 request_box
68 7 Guide to Travelers to the USSR 1974 request_box
68 8 I Am a Jew 1977 request_box
68 9 Let My People Go 1976 request_box
68 10 Lonely Course of Lazar Liubarsky 1973 request_box
68 11 Multi-Media Bibliography 1977 request_box
68 12 National Lawyers Committee News Bulletin 1978 request_box
68 13 NCSJ News Bulletin 1973 request_box
68 14 NCSJ News Bulletin 1974-1975 request_box
68 15 NCSJ News Bulletin 1976-1977 request_box
68 16 NCSJ News Bulletin 1978-1979 request_box
68 17 NCSJ Newsletter 1971-1972 request_box
68 18 Outlook (NCSJ) 1972-1973 request_box
68 19 Orphans of the Exodus 1976-1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
69 1 Prisoners of Conscience Resource Book undated request_box
69 2 Program Aid 1969 request_box
69 3 Program Series 1977 request_box
69 4 Redemption! 1970 request_box
69 5 Soviet Jewry Research Bureau Publications undated, 1983 request_box
69 6 Terror in Minsk 1973 request_box
69 7 White Book of Exodus 1972 request_box
69 8 White Paper on Soviet Jewry 1974, 1978 request_box
69 9 Wrap-Up Leadership Report 1974 request_box
69 10 Wrap-Up Leadership Report 1978 request_box
69 11 Write-On 1977 request_box
69 12 Reprints 1967-1980 request_box
69 13 Translations 1976-1978 request_box
69 14 Petitions, Fliers, Broadsides, Buttons, Posters 1974-1977
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69 15 Publicity Materials and Speeches undated, 1978 request_box
69 16 Memorabilia undated, 1979 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
70 1 Washington Office 1973 request_box
70 2 Washington Office 1974 request_box
70 3 Washington Office 1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
71 1 Washington Office 1976 request_box
71 2 Washington Office 1977 request_box
71 3 Washington Office 1978 request_box
71 4 Washington Office—Congressional Wives for Soviet Jewry undated request_box
71 5 Washington Office—Publications-Fact Sheet 1973 request_box
71 6 Washington Office—Publications-Washington Wire undated request_box
71 7 Washington Office—Reports 1973 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
72 1 Press Releases undated request_box
72 2 Press Releases 1964-1971 request_box
72 3 Press Releases—NCSJ 1972 request_box
72 4 Press Releases—NCSJ 1973 request_box
72 5 Press Releases—NCSJ 1974 request_box
72 6 Press Releases—NCSJ January-July 1975 request_box
72 7 Press Releases—NCSJ August-December 1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
73 1 Press Releases—NCSJ January-August 1976 request_box
73 2 Press Releases—NCSJ September-October 1976 request_box
73 3 Press Releases—NCSJ November-December 1976 request_box
73 4 Press Releases—NCSJ January-February 1977 request_box
73 5 Press Releases—NCSJ March-May 1977 request_box
73 6 Press Releases—NCSJ October-December 1977 request_box
73 7 Press Releases—NCSJ June-September 1977 request_box
73 8 Press Releases—NCSJ 1978-1980, 1986, 1991 request_box
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Part 1, Series IX: Posters (oversized), undated, 1971

Oversized Folders 1-3.
Scope and Content:

Contains fifty-three posters related to the Soviet Jewry Movement, thirty-four of them original images, preserved in oversized folders. All posters are located in the three folders at the MAP2 group of oversized cabinets, numbering is continuous and consecutive through all three folders.

Note: Poster images hyperlinked below may only be accessed onsite at the Center for Jewish History.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
1 1 "This year in Russia, it is still against the law to say 'Next year in Jerusalem!'" undated request_box
  

Poster based on a painting by Van Gogh "The Round of Prisoners." Created by National Conference on Soviet Jewry.

26"x35", 2 copies
 
1 2 "It's a tough place to live. It's a tougher place to leave." undated request_box
  

Red Square design. Created by National Conference on Soviet Jewry.

24"x36", 6 copies
 
1 3 "The lies continue; free Sharansky now!" undated request_box
  

Brick wall design. By Avrum Ashery. Created by Union of Councils for Soviet Jews.

16"x22", 1 copy
 
1 4 "Speak out for silent Soviet Jews" undated request_box
  

Four portraits design. Created by New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

20"x27", 1 copy
 
1 5 "Free them now" undated request_box
  

Four portraits design. Created by New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

13"x31", 1 copy
 
1 6 "When liberation is carried out in the land it is carried out abroad" Created by World Union of Jewish Students undated request_box
  

Poster for freedom march for soviet Jews, brick wall design. Created by Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

20"x26", 1 copy
 
1 7 "Stalinist trials behind locked doors in Leningrad... against the Jews of Russia" undated request_box
  

Keyhole design.

13"x38", 1 copy
 
1 8 "Let my people go" 1971 request_box
  

Black and green silhouettes design. By Asaf Berg.

25"x37", 3 copies
 
1 9 "Stalinist trials against Jews, Leningrad, 1970" 1971 request_box
  

Hand grasping prison bars design.

27"x39", 1 copy
 
1 10 "Soviet anti-Semitism" undated request_box
  

Snake design. Created by Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

22"x27", 1 copy
 
1 11 "The ironies of Soviet Jewish religious life" undated request_box
  

Synagogues photos design. Created by Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

22"x27", 1 copy
 
1 12 "Concerned Americans raise their voices" undated request_box
  

Demonstration photos design. Created by Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

22"x27", 1 copy
 
1 13 "A dream fulfilled for some" undated request_box
  

Activists and people photos design. Created by Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

22"x27", 1 copy
 
1 14 "Once alive and vibrant Soviet Jewish culture is being destroyed" undated request_box
  

Yiddish theater and writers photos design. Created by Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

22"x 27", 1 copy
 
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
2 15 "The Jewish spirit remains alive" undated request_box
  

Demonstrations/Penson's painting design. Created by Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

22"x27", 1 copy
 
2 16 "Soviet Jewish prisoners of conscience and their children" undated request_box
  

Portraits design. Created by Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

22"x27", 1 copy
 
2 17 "Boris Penson: Art of a Soviet Prisoner" undated request_box
  

Reproduction of a painting "Family." By Boris Penson. Created by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.

19"x25", 1 copy
 
2 18 "Let my people go" undated request_box
  

Full color painting of Soviet Jewish exodus. By Emor (?).

20"x28", 1 copy
 
2 19 "Soviet Jews, protest their oppression demand their freedom" undated request_box
  

Star of David behind bars inside the red star design. By Nelu (?). Created by American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry.

24"x35", 5 copies
 
2 20 "Kishinev 1903-1971, from pogroms to prison camps" 1971 request_box
  

Blood stain design. Created by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.

11"x17", 3 copies
 
2 21 "Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police Zeev Mogilever, Soviet Jew" undated request_box
  

Mug shot behind bars design. Created by WUJS, London.

15"x20", 1 copy
 
2 22 "Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police Shlomo Dreizner, Soviet Jew" undated request_box
  

Mug shot behind bars design. Created by WUJS, London.

15"x20", 1 copy
 
2 23 "Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police David Chernoglaz, Soviet Jew" undated request_box
  

Mug shot behind bars design. Created by WUJS, London.

15"x20", 1 copy
 
2 24 "Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police Sylva Zalmanson, Soviet Jew" undated request_box
  

Mug shot behind bars design. Created by WUJS, London.

15"x20", 1 copy
 
2 25 "Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police Sylva Zalmanson, Soviet Jew" undated request_box
  

Mug shot behind bars design. Created by WUJS, London.

11"x17", 1 copy
 
2 26 "It takes a lot less guts to help a Soviet Jew than it takes to be one" undated request_box
  

Mug shot of Sylva Zalmanson behind bars design (same as I-181.025). Created by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.

11"x17", 1 copy
 
2 27 "If our voices die, so do their hopes. March for Soviet Jewry Solidarity Sunday May 31" undated request_box
  

Prison-made menorah in front of prison bars. Created by Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

12"x22", 1 copy
 
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
3 28 "Say no Pepsi" undated request_box
  

Poster protesting sales of Pepsi in the Soviet Union in support of SJ.

12"x17", 1 copy
 
3 29 "Protest oppression of the Jewish Community in the Soviet Union" undated request_box
  

Crumbling; framed drawing of Soviet Jews. Created by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.

9"x13", 2 copies
 
3 30 "Soviet Jews aren't taking vacations this summer" undated request_box
  

B/W demonstration photo design. Created by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.

18"x23", 1 copy
 
3 31 "Speak out for silent Soviet Jewry" undated request_box
  

Star of David in chains design with red background. Created by National Conference of Synagogue Youth of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America.

19"x24", 1 copy
 
3 32 "Brothers and sisters: to the prisoners sentenced to labor camps for their desire to go to Israel undated request_box
  

B/w design with Searchlights painting by B. Penson. Created by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.

17"x24", 4 copies
 
3 33 "Sylva Zalmanson's final testimony at her trial" undated request_box
  

Text of testimony with portrait on background, on blue paper. Created by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.

17"x24", 3 copies
 
3 34 "Boris Kochubiyevsky, Jew" undated request_box
  

Text of testimony with portrait on background, on pink paper. Created by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.

17"x25", 1 copy
 
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Part 2, Series I: NCSJ Administrative Records, undated, 1965-1966, 1970-1993

The Series is in English.
Boxes 1-21.
Scope and Content:

This series presents the administrative and managerial materials of the organization and is divided into five Subseries. Subseries A contain documentation and correspondence of the top officials of the NCSJ, as well as bylaws and some other administrative documents. Subseries B include minutes of the meetings of the Conference's Policy Board and the Board of Governors, and Subseries C-minutes of the Executive Committee. The Series reflects the search for new ways of operating the NCSJ during the first half of the 1980s, when the activities seemed to yield less response among Jewish organizations. Paired with the lack of new ideas and the sharp decline in the number of Jews allowed by the Soviet government to emigrate created a need in a revision of NCSJ policies which was reflected by the creation of the Review Task Force in 1984. The events of that time are reflected in Series D. The Subseries are: Subseries A: Staff Member Files and General Records, 1965-1990; Subseries B: Board of Governors, 1978-1986, 1988-1989; Subseries C: Executive Committee, 1972-1989; Subseries D: Additional Committees and Divisions, 1974-1989; and Subseries E: National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC), undated, 1972, 1974-1993.

Subseries A: Staff Member Files and General Records, undated, 1965-1966, 1970-1990

The Subseries is in English.
Boxes 1-9.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
1 1 General information on NCSJ, statements and briefings 1978-1980 request_box
1 2 General information on NCSJ, booklets, correspondence 1986-1989 request_box
1 3 NCSJ officers' meetings 1971-1974, 1979, 1985-1986 request_box
1 4 Article of association undated, circa 1985 request_box
1 5 NCSJ Position paper 1986 request_box
1 6 Bylaws 1985-1986 request_box
1 7 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1971-1973 request_box
1 8 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1974 request_box
1 9 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1975 request_box
1 10 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director notes and drafts 1975 request_box
1 11 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director notes and drafts 1976 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
2 1 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director notes and drafts 1976 request_box
2 2 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1976 request_box
2 3 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1976 request_box
2 4 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1976 request_box
2 5 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director memoranda 1976-1978 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
3 1 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1977 request_box
3 2 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director meetings and trips 1978-1979 request_box
3 3 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1979 request_box
3 4 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1980 request_box
3 5 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1981 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
4 1 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1982 request_box
4 2 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1983 request_box
4 3 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence January-October 1984 request_box
4 4 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence November 1984-March 1985 request_box
4 5 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence April-August 1985 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
5 1 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence August-September 1985 request_box
5 2 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1986 request_box
5 3 Goodman, Jerry—Executive director correspondence 1986-1987 request_box
5 4 Goodman, Jerry—correspondence 1988-1989 request_box
5 5 Wenick, Martin E.—Executive director's correspondence 1989 request_box
5 6 Wenick, Martin E.—Executive director's correspondence 1989 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
6 1 Levinson, Burton S.—Chairman's correspondence 1979-1982 request_box
6 2 Mann, Theodore—Chairman's correspondence 1981 request_box
6 3 Mann, Theodore—Chairman's correspondence 1982-1984 request_box
6 4 Abram, Morris B.—Chairman's correspondence 1983 request_box
6 5 Abram, Morris B.—Chairman's correspondence 1984 request_box
6 6 Abram, Morris B.—Chairman's correspondence 1985 request_box
6 7 Abram, Morris B.—Chairman's correspondence 1986 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
7 1 Abram, Morris B.—Chairman's correspondence 1986 request_box
7 2 Abram, Morris B.—Chairman's calendar 1986-1987 request_box
7 3 Abram, Morris B.—Chairman's correspondence 1987 request_box
7 4 Abram, Morris B.—Chairman's correspondence 1988 request_box
7 5 Speeches undated, 1966, 1979-1982, 1984-1985, 1987 request_box
7 6 Cardin, Shoshana—Chairman's correspondence 1988-1989 request_box
7 7 Cardin, Shoshana—Chairman's correspondence 1989 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
8 1 Shinbaum, Myrna—Associate director's correspondence 1979-1986 request_box
8 2 Shinbaum, Myrna—Associate director's correspondence 1987-1989 request_box
8 3 Shinbaum, Myrna—Memoranda and information 1987-1989 request_box
8 4 Shinbaum, Myrna—Publications on Soviet Jewry 1965, 1970 request_box
8 5 Shinbaum, Myrna—Publications on Soviet Jewry 1971-1990 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
9 1 Gold, Eugene undated, 1977-1983 request_box
9 2 Lowell, Stanley 1980-1982, 1984-1987 request_box
9 3 Maass, Richard 1978, 1981 request_box
9 4 Valk, Elie undated, 1979-1981 request_box
9 5 National and Regional Staff Member Meeting November 8, 1984 request_box
9 6 Resumes 1982-1984 request_box
9 7 Resumes 1985-1987 request_box

Subseries B: Board of Governors, 1978-1986, 1988-1989

The Subseries is in English.
Boxes 10-11.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
10 1 Records 1978-1980 request_box
10 2 Mailings 1980 request_box
10 3 Mailings 1981 request_box
10 4 Records 1981-1982 request_box
10 5 Records 1983 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
11 1 Records 1984 request_box
11 2 Records 1985-1986 request_box
11 3 Strategy session January 13, 1986 request_box
11 4 Meeting February 10, 1986 request_box
11 5 Meeting June 7, 1986 request_box
11 6 Meeting June 16, 1986 request_box
11 7 Meeting September 22, 1986 request_box
11 8 Records 1988-1989 request_box

Subseries C: Executive Committee, undated, 1972-1989

The Subseries is in English.
Boxes 12-13.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
12 1 Records 1972-1973 request_box
12 2 Records 1974-1975 request_box
12 3 Correspondence 1975-August 1976 request_box
12 4 Correspondence September-December 1976 request_box
12 5 Correspondence 1977-1978 request_box
12 6 Records 1979 request_box
12 7 Records 1980-1981 request_box
12 8 Records 1982 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
13 1 Records 1983 request_box
13 2 Meeting December 7, 1983 request_box
13 3 Correspondence 1984 request_box
13 4 Meeting April 4, 1984 request_box
13 5 Meeting June 9, 1985 request_box
13 6 Meeting October 22, 1985 request_box
13 7 Meeting January 21, 1986 request_box
13 8 Meeting September 21, 1986 request_box
13 9 Meeting October 22, October 30, 1986 request_box
13 10 Records 1985-1988 request_box
13 11 Records 1989 request_box
13 12 Bios and photos undated, 1983-1985 request_box

Subseries D: Additional Committees and Divisions, undated, 1974-1989

The Subseries is in English.
Boxes 14-16.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
14 1 Activities and Advocacy on Behalf of Soviet Jewry 1982, 1985 request_box
14 2 Administrative and Management Committee 1978-1980 request_box
14 3 Advisory Council 1986 request_box
14 4 Advisory Task Force 1985-1986 request_box
14 5 Business Advisory Committee 1974 request_box
14 6 Business Advisory Committee 1975 request_box
14 7 Business Advisory Committee 1976 request_box
14 8 Business Advisory Committee 1977-1983 request_box
14 9 Community Relations Committee 1975, 1978 request_box
14 10 Council of Associates 1983-1986 request_box
14 11 Crisis committee 1980 request_box
14 12 Local Soviet Jewry Chairpersons 1988-1989 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
15 1 Long Range Planning Committee 1974-1976 request_box
15 2 Medical Action Committee undated, 1986-1988 request_box
15 3 Memos and correspondence 1981-1982 request_box
15 4 Olympic Advisory Committee (Moscow 1980) 1978-1980 request_box
15 5 Plenary Meetings 1975-1976 request_box
15 6 Policy Advisory Committee 1985-1986 request_box
15 7 Political Action Committee undated, 1982, 1984-1985 request_box
15 8 Resolutions by Communities and Organizations on Soviet Jewry undated, 1974, 1976-1979, 1980-1981, 1983 request_box
15 9 Review Committee undated, 1980-1981 request_box
15 10 Review Task Force Members undated request_box
15 11 Review Task Force Committee 1984 request_box
15 12 Review Task Force Committee 1985 request_box
15 13 Review Task Force Committee 1986 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
16 1 Strategic Assessment Task Force 1986-1987 request_box
16 2 Washington Office 1978 request_box
16 3 Washington Office 1979 request_box
16 4 Washington Office 1980 request_box
16 5 Washington Office 1981 request_box
16 6 Washington Office 1982-1984 request_box
16 7 Washington Office 1985-1989 request_box

Subseries E: National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC), undated, 1972, 1974-1993

The Subseries is in English.
Boxes 17-21.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
17 1 NJCRAC Conference 1985 request_box
17 2 Executive meeting 1992 request_box
17 3 Interfaith Committee undated, 1976-1977, 1983-1989, 1991 request_box
17 4 Israel Task Force 1988-1989 request_box
17 5 Joint Distribution Committee 1985-1986 request_box
17 6 Joint Distribution Committee 1987 request_box
17 7 Joint Distribution Committee 1988-1989 request_box
17 8 Joint Program Plan 1976, 1979, 1984, 1986 request_box
17 9 Joint Program Plan 1987 request_box
17 10 Joint Program Plan 1990-1991 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
18 1 Lebanon 1976, 1978-1981 request_box
18 2 Lebanon 1982 request_box
18 3 Lebanon 1983-1986, 1989, 1993 request_box
18 4 McDonnell, Tom 1988 request_box
18 5 McElroy, Mary 1988 request_box
18 6 Media Watch Report 1989-1990 request_box
18 7 Memos 1972, 1974-1978 request_box
18 8 Memos January-February 1979 request_box
18 9 Memos March-June 1979 request_box
18 10 Memos July-December 1979 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
19 1 Memos January-April 1980 request_box
19 2 Memos May-September 1980 request_box
19 3 Memos October-December 1980 request_box
19 4 Memos 1981-1986 request_box
19 5 Memos 1987 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
20 1 Memos 1988 request_box
20 2 Memos January-March 1989 request_box
20 3 Memos April-June 1989 request_box
20 4 Memos July-December 1989 request_box
20 5 Memos January-June 1990 request_box
20 6 Memos July-December 1990 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
21 1 Memos January-June 1991 request_box
21 2 Memos July 1991-1992 request_box
21 3 NCSJ Activities 1992 request_box
21 4 Nominating Committee 1972, 1980, 1985-1988 request_box
21 5 Nominating Committee 1989 request_box
21 6 Plenum 1990-1991 request_box
21 7 Yom Hashoah 1983, 1985 request_box
21 8 Yom Hashoah 1986 request_box
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Part 2, Series II: Public Relations Records, undated, 1971-1991

The Series is in English and Russian.
Boxes 22-29.
Arrangement:

Arranged into two subseries.

Scope and Content:

The Series reflects the public relations effort of the NCSJ and includes the bulletin NCSJ in the Media (1977-1987), files on persons who cooperated with NCSJ on publicity issues (Jane Fonda, Elie Wiesel, Armand Hammer, Elmer Winter, Guilford Glazer), and Press Releases covering the activities of the organization from 1971 through 1986. Also included are press advertisements, letters to editors, and materials on broadcasts featured on Radio Maccabi. The Series is divided into two Subseries, Publicity Records, 1976-1991 and Press Releases, undated, 1971-1987.

Subseries A: Publicity Records, 1976-1991

The Subseries is in English.
Box 22-Box 24, Folder 8.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
22 1 1985 Year End Press Event January 2, 1986 request_box
22 2 Advertisement-Contributors 1985 request_box
22 3 Armand Hammer Materials 1979-1987 request_box
22 4 Board for International Broadcasting 1985-1988 request_box
22 5 Cancelled Media Panel on Refuseniks 1980 request_box
22 6 Elie Wiesel Materials 1979-1987 request_box
22 7 Elmer Winter Materials 1985-1989 request_box
22 8 Glazer, Guilford 1976-1977 request_box
22 9 Glazer, Guilford 1978 request_box
22 10 Glazer, Guilford 1979 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
23 1 Glazer, Guilford 1980 request_box
23 2 Glazer, Guilford 1981 request_box
23 3 Glazer, Guilford 1982-1984 request_box
23 4 Glazer, Guilford 1985 request_box
23 5 Glazer, Guilford 1986-1987, 1989 request_box
23 6 Information Materials 1976 request_box
23 7 Jane Fonda Materials 1982, 1984 request_box
23 8 Media Materials 1985-1990 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
24 1 Media: NCSJ Letters to Editors 1981, 1983-1985 request_box
24 2 NCSJ in the Media 1977-1978 request_box
24 3 NCSJ in the Media 1982-1983 request_box
24 4 NCSJ in the Media 1984-1985 request_box
24 5 NCSJ in the Media undated, 1986-1987 request_box
24 6 NCSJ Press Kit 1991 request_box
24 7 New York Times Advertising "Window of Opportunity" October 27, 1985 request_box
24 8 Phil Donahue Talk Show February 1987 request_box

Subseries B: Press Releases, undated, 1971-1987

The Series is in English and Russian.
Box 24, Folder 9—Box 29.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
24 9 Press Releases January 1971-January 1972 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
25 1 Press Releases February 1972-August 1972 request_box
25 2 Press Releases September 1972-February 1973 request_box
25 3 Press Releases March 1973-October 1973 request_box
25 4 Press Releases November 1973-April 1974 request_box
25 5 Press Releases May 1974-December 1974 request_box
25 6 Press Releases January 1975-July 1975 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
26 1 Press Releases August 1975-December 1975 request_box
26 2 Press Releases with Photos January 1976-May 1976 request_box
26 3 Press Releases with Photos June 1976-September 1976 request_box
26 4 Press Releases with Photos October 1976-December 1976 request_box
26 5 Press Releases with Photos January 1977-March 1977 request_box
26 6 Press Releases with Photos April 1977-June 1977 request_box
26 7 Press Releases with Photos July 1977-December 1977 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
27 1 Press Releases with Photos including KGB shadowing refuseniks January 1978-April 1978 request_box
27 2 Press Releases May 1978-June 1978 request_box
27 3 Press Releases July 1978-December 1978 request_box
27 4 Press Releases with Photo January 1979-May 1979 request_box
27 5 Press Releases June 1979-December 1979 request_box
27 6 Press Releases January 1980-June 1980 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
28 1 Press Releases July 1980-December 1980 request_box
28 2 Press Releases January 1981-June 1981 request_box
28 3 Press Releases July 1981-December 1981 request_box
28 4 Press Releases 1983 request_box
28 5 Press Releases 1984 request_box
28 6 Press Releases 1985 request_box
28 7 Press Releases February 1986-September 1986 request_box
28 8 Press Releases October 1986-December 1986 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
29 1 Public Information Officer (J. Schenker) 1976 request_box
29 2 Radio Maccabee undated, 1985 request_box
29 3 Radio Moscow 1986 request_box
29 4 Richard Cohen's Jerusalem Press File undated, 1981-1983 request_box
29 5 Sixty Minutes—"Soviet Jewry" March 22, 1987 request_box
29 6 Soviet Jewry Research Bureau 1975-1982 request_box
29 7 Voice of America 1979-1986 request_box
  (contains Russian)   
29 8 Washington Post Ad "Secretary Shcherbitskiy and Visiting Soviet Parlamentarians" March 5, 1985 request_box
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Part 2, Series III: Fundraising Records, undated, 1976-1987

The Series is in English.
Boxes 30-34.
Scope and Content:

The Series contains materials related to the fundraising efforts of NCSJ, an includes projects, proposals and appeals on fundraising and development, Large City Budgeting Conference (LCBC) materials, corporate and foundation contacts, lists of individuals, religious groups and schools.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
30 1 Computers 1982-1983 request_box
30 2 Computers undated request_box
30 3 Corporations—A-E undated, 1981-1982 request_box
30 4 Corporations—F-X 1980-1982 request_box
30 5 Developers—Biographical data forms undated, 1982-1983 request_box
30 6 Foundations—General, A-F undated, 1982-1983 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
31 1 Foundations—General, G-N undated, 1981-1982 request_box
31 2 Foundations—General, P-R undated, 1981-1982 request_box
31 3 Foundations—not appropriate, C-K undated, 1981-1983 request_box
31 4 Foundations—not appropriate, M-W 1981-1982 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
32 1 Foundations—questionnaire undated request_box
32 2 Foundations Research undated, 1986 request_box
32 3 Fundraising appeals—Jewish 1979-1983 request_box
32 4 Fundraising appeals—Jewish undated request_box
32 5 Fundraising appeals—miscellaneous undated, 1977, 1979-1983 request_box
32 6 Fundraising resources 1986 request_box
32 7 Funding project proposals undated, 1977, 1979-1984 request_box
32 8 Fundraising effort 1980, 1983-1986 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
33 1 General Information on Fundraising Resources undated, 1982-1984 request_box
33 2 Individuals 1976-1978 request_box
33 3 Individuals 1979-1980 request_box
33 4 Individuals 1981-1982 request_box
33 5 Jewish Foundations undated, 1977-1984 request_box
33 6 Kamber Group undated, 1986 request_box
33 7 Large City Budgeting Conference/Councils of Jewish Federations 1980-1985 request_box
33 8 Large City Budgeting Conference Activities Report on NCSJ 1976 request_box
33 9 Mellon Bank Good Neighbor Award 1986 request_box
33 10 NCSJ Advisory Council Strategy undated, 1979-1984 request_box
33 11 NCSJ Advisory Council: Prospects undated, 1979-1982 request_box
33 12 NCSJ Council of Associates undated, 1983-1984 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
34 1 Newsletters 1983 request_box
34 2 Pharmaceutical Company Solicitations 1987 request_box
34 3 Prospects—Individuals undated, 1978-1983 request_box
34 4 Prospects—Corporations undated, 1980-1982 request_box
34 5 Prospects—Former Executive Committee Members undated, 1978-1982 request_box
34 6 Prospects—United Jewish Appeal, Young Leadership undated, 1983 request_box
34 7 Reference—Other Human Rights-International and Domestic 1981-1983 request_box
34 8 Religious groups and schools 1977-1979 request_box
34 9 Religious groups and schools 1980 request_box
34 10 Religious groups and schools 1981 request_box
34 11 Religious groups and schools 1982 request_box
34 12 Synagogues undated, 1979, 1982-1983 request_box
34 13 Unsolicited Individual Donations 1982-1983 request_box
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Part 2, Series IV: Conferences, Actions, Projects and Events, undated, 1966-1991

The Series in English, Hebrew, and Russian.
Boxes 35-53.
Arrangement:

Arranged into two subseries.

Scope and Content:

The Series covers the activities of the NCSJ that attracted both Jewish and non-Jewish supporters and raised awareness in the American public on the plight of Soviet Jewry. The organization of projects and the holding of events on behalf of Soviet refuseniks and prisoners of conscience were, along with the lobbying efforts on behalf of, Soviet Jewish issues within seats of power in the U.S.-the most important and the most popular kind of activities-enhanced public visibility of the NCSJ efforts and allowed individual American Jews and their families to join in particular projects that broadened the strength and support base of the Movement.

Among the projects were Pen Pals, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Twinning, Adopt-a-Family, International Day of Concern for Soviet Jews, and consultations and meetings with prominent activists and politicians. NCSJ contacted former refuseniks and prisoners of conscience to enlist them in the effort of spreading information about the repressions against Jews in the Soviet Union, and organized their trips and lectures. Within the "Mishlakhat" project, relatives of prisoners of conscience toured Jewish communities- speaking out on the life conditions of Jews in the Soviet Union-and campaigning for the release of their imprisoned loved ones.

Some Bar/Bat Mitzvah folders contain photographs of Soviet Jewish children and their families, as well as their American counterparts-children, whose Bar or Bat Mitzvah ceremony included a symbolic presence of the Soviet Jewish child, deprived in his or her homeland of the right to celebrate the assumption of Jewish religious responsibilities.

Correspondence with families of refuseniks and prisoners of conscience within the Pen Pal and Adopt-a-Family programs was an important avenue of contacts with Soviet Jews, providing moral support and often, material help from American pen pals, as well as updated information on the status and condition of the refuseniks, prisoners and Jews in general in a given locality of the Soviet Union.

The Series is divided into two Subseries: Projects, 1972-1976, 1978-1989, 1991 and Events, undated, 1966, 1971, 1974-1989.

Subseries A: Projects, undated, 1972-1976, 1978-1989, 1991

The Subseries is in English.
Boxes 35-40.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
35 1 Babi Yar War Memorial 1991 request_box
35 2 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—project information 1981-1983 request_box
35 3 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—Lists 1982 request_box
35 4 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—Lists undated, 1983-1984 request_box
35 5 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—families information 1984 request_box
35 6 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—project information undated, 1985-1989 request_box
35 7 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—Correspondence 1980, 1982, 1984-1985 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
36 1 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—Instructional Materials undated, 1982 request_box
36 2 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—Invitations and Certificates undated, 1978, 1981, 1983-1984 request_box
36 3 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—Memos and Correspondence 1982-1983 request_box
36 4 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—Memos and Correspondence 1984 request_box
36 5 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning—News Clippings and Brochures undated, 1980-1983 request_box
36 6 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning Twin—Profiles, Printed Material Orders undated request_box
36 7 "Candle in the Wind," film by Pacem Productions Inc. 1983-1987 request_box
36 8 "Candle in the Wind," film script 1984 request_box
36 9 Community Refusenik Adoptions undated, 1985 request_box
36 10 Corporate Contacts 1987-1988 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
37 1 Corporate Sensitivity Project 1972-1973, 1978 request_box
37 2 Corporate Sensitivity Project 1982 request_box
37 3 Corporate Sensitivity Project 1983-1985 request_box
37 4 Corporate Sensitivity Project January 1986-August 1986 request_box
37 5 Corporate Sensitivity Project September 1986-December 1986 request_box
37 6 Corporate Sensitivity Project 1987 request_box
37 7 Corporate Sensitivity Project 1988 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
38 1 Forest of Posters Project 1982 request_box
38 2 Former POC Visits 1978, 1982 request_box
38 3 International Petition Campaign with Photos undated, 1981-1982, 1986-1987 request_box
38 4 Iosif Begun: Book by J. Singer, The Case of Iosif Begun: Analysis & Documents, Tel Aviv 1979 request_box
38 5 Iosif Begun—Hebrew Teaching 1978, 1983 request_box
38 6 Iosif Begun—Hebrew Teaching-UNESCO 1979, 1983 request_box
38 7 Kamber Group undated, 1986 request_box
38 8 Lawsuit against Intourist undated, 1983, 1986 request_box
38 9 Lowenstein International Human Rights Law Project 1984, 1986-1987, 1990 request_box
38 10 Mailing Profiles 1975-1976 request_box
38 11 Matzah of Hope 1986 request_box
38 12 Michlachat (Relatives of POC's meetings) undated, 1979 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
39 1 Nation-Wide Petition Campaign 1986 request_box
39 2 NCSJ Calendars 1987 request_box
39 3 Operation Lifeline undated, 1980-1983, 1986 request_box
39 4 Operation Soviet Jewry Write-In undated request_box
39 5 Penpals Project 1989 request_box
39 6 Petition Campaign (contains photograph) 1981 request_box
39 7 Petition Campaign 1982 request_box
39 8 Phone Calls to USSR undated, 1973-1975 request_box
39 9 "Priority POC" Project 1987 request_box
39 10 Project "Sefer" undated, 1978-1983 request_box
39 11 Project Write-On 1984 request_box
39 12 Projects and Proposals 1979-1981, 1984-1985 request_box
39 13 Refusenik Roll Call Campaign 1986 request_box
39 14 Runs for Soviet Jewry 1980-1981 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
40 1 Solomon Mikhoels Cultural Center 1989 request_box
40 2 Solomon Mikhoels Cultural Center—Publications 1989 request_box
40 3 Soviet Jewry Ad Campaign 1982 request_box
40 4 Soviet Jewry Forest (Jewish National Fund) 1982-1983 request_box
40 5 Soviet Jewry Petition Drive 1985 request_box
40 6 Telegrams to USSR Foreign Minister Gromyko at Soviet Mission to UN 1981-1982 request_box
40 7 The Record Publication and Congressional Mailings 1980 request_box
40 8 Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry 1987-1989 request_box

Subseries B: Events, undated, 1966, 1971, 1974-1989

The Series is in English, Hebrew, and Russian.
Boxes 41-53.
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
41 1 Abram, M. and Bronfman, E. Visit to Moscow 1987 request_box
41 2 Brezhnev's Pardon of Five Prisoners of Conscience April 1979 request_box
41 3 Brotherhood Week 1980 request_box
41 4 Cancelled Leadership Training Seminar, Israel November 1980 request_box
41 5 Capitol Hill Action Days February 5, 1987 and February 2, 1989 request_box
41 6 Community Relations Councils Executive Directors Meeting January 3, 1979 request_box
41 7 Conference on Soviet Jewry June 20, 1971 request_box
41 8 Consultation on Jewish Culture in USSR June 14, 1988 request_box
41 9 Emergency Action Leadership Assembly October 1986 request_box
41 10 Forum on Madrid, Philadelphia October 27, 1980 request_box
41 11 Freedom Sunday, Washington, D. C., December 1987, Press Kits 1987 request_box
41 12 Goodwill Games, Moscow 1986 request_box
41 13 Hanukkah Celebrations in the USSR 1976-1977, 1979-1980 request_box
41 14 International Council of Museums Conference, Moscow May 1977 request_box
41 15 International Day of Concern for Soviet Jews, 3/15/84 1984 request_box
41 16 International Day of Concern for Soviet Jews March 15, 1984 request_box
41 17 Israel Public Council on Soviet Jewry: Seminar on Soviet Jewry, Kiryat Anavim December 22-28, 1974 request_box
41 18 Jewish Museum Photo Exhibit (contains photographs) December 7, 1983 request_box
41 19 Leningrad Exhibition of Jewish Artists 1985 request_box
41 20 Martin Gilbert Luncheon December 11, 1984 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
42 1 Meeting With Ambassador Dubinin April 12, 1989 request_box
42 2 Meeting With Nathan Sharansky January 27, 1987 request_box
42 3 Meeting with Rabbi Adolf Shayevich October 26, 1989 request_box
42 4 Moscow Book Fair 1981, 1985, 1987 request_box
42 5 Moscow Jewish Congress December 19-21, 1989 request_box
42 6 Moscow Symposium on Jewish Culture [1 of 5] 1976 request_box
  (contains Russian and Hebrew)   
42 7 Moscow Symposium on Jewish Culture [2 of 5] 1976 request_box
  (contains Russian)   
42 8 Moscow Symposium on Jewish Culture [3 of 5] 1976 request_box
42 9 Moscow Symposium on Jewish Culture [4 of 5] 1976 request_box
42 10 Moscow Symposium on Jewish Culture [5 of 5] 1976 request_box
  (contains Russian)   
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
43 1 Murdered Poets Commemoration undated, 1977-1982, 1984-1986, 1988 request_box
43 2 National Consultation of International Events December 8, 1989 request_box
43 3 National Emergency Meeting, Washington, D. C. [1 of 3] January 30, 1985 request_box
43 4 National Emergency Meeting, Washington, D. C. [2 of 3] January 30, 1985 request_box
43 5 National Emergency Meeting, Washington, D. C. [3 of 3] January 30, 1985 request_box
43 6 National Emergency Meeting, Washington, D. C.: Action Teams January 30, 1985 request_box
43 7 National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry Meeting With Lowell and Frankel April 28, 1981 request_box
43 8 National Meeting on Bush/Gorbachev Mediterranean Meeting November 6, 1989 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
44 1 NCSJ Board of Governors and Executive Committee Meetings 1978-1979, 1981-1982 request_box
44 2 NCSJ Board of Governors Meetings February 10-11, May 31, 1981 request_box
44 3 NCSJ Board of Governors Meeting February 4, 1987 request_box
44 4 NCSJ Board of Governors Meeting January 11, 1988 and May 2, 1988 request_box
44 5 NCSJ Board of Governors Meeting October 30, 1988 request_box
44 6 NCSJ Board of Governors Meeting March 1, 1989 request_box
44 7 NCSJ Board of Governors Meeting June 13, 1989 request_box
44 8 NCSJ Board of Governors Meeting September 19, 1989 request_box
44 9 NCSJ Board of Governors Meeting, Capitol Hill Action Day February 1-2, 1989 request_box
44 10 NCSJ Delegation to Helsinki May 25-29, 1988 request_box
44 11 NCSJ Executive Committee Meeting December 18, 1980 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
45 1 NCSJ Israel Trip with Photo February 1980 request_box
45 2 NCSJ Leadership Assembly, October 21-23, 1984-Program Committee (contains materials on Jane Fonda's involvement in SJM) 1984-1985 request_box
45 3 NCSJ Leadership Assembly October 8, 1986 request_box
45 4 NCSJ Leadership Assembly, Washington, D.C. October 1987 request_box
45 5 NCSJ Leadership Assembly, October 30-November 1, 1988, New York 1988 request_box
45 6 NCSJ Leadership Assembly September 17-19, 1989 request_box
45 7 NCSJ Leadership Conference 1979 request_box
45 8 NCSJ Leadership Conference 1985-Invitations and Thanks 1985 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
46 1 NCSJ Leadership Conference 1985-Planning and Publicity 1985 request_box
46 2 NCSJ Leadership Conference, Washington, D. C. December 1985 request_box
46 3 NCSJ Leadership Delegation to Moscow May 23-28, 1989 request_box
46 4 NCSJ Malta Trip November 30-December 6, 1989 request_box
46 5 NCSJ Meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister Anatoliy Adamishin July 26, 1989 request_box
46 6 NCSJ Meeting with Prime Minister Shamir February 24, 1987 request_box
46 7 NCSJ Mission to Israel November 1-7, 1983 request_box
46 8 NCSJ Policy Conference 1979—Biographies of the Participants undated, 1978-1980 request_box
46 9 NCSJ Policy Conference 1980—Attendance 1980 request_box
46 10 NCSJ Policy Conference 1980—Awards undated, 1980 request_box
46 11 NCSJ Policy Conference 1980—Budget 1980-1981 request_box
46 12 NCSJ Policy Conference 1980—Correspondence undated, 1980 request_box
46 13 NCSJ Policy Conference 1980—General undated, 1979-1980 request_box
46 14 NCSJ Policy Conference 1980—Invitations, Confirmations, Regrets, Thank You Notes 1980 request_box
46 15 NCSJ Policy Conference 1980—Program Committee undated, 1979-1981 request_box
46 16 NCSJ Policy Conference 1980—Program undated, 1980 request_box
46 17 NCSJ Policy Conference 1980—Technical Arrangements 1980 request_box
46 18 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Acceptance, Rejection and Thank You Notes, Confirmations 1981 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
47 1 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Attendance undated, 1981 request_box
47 2 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Awards Dinner 1981 request_box
47 3 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Bios and Photos undated, 1980-1981 request_box
47 4 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Board of Governors 1976, 1981 request_box
47 5 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Budget, Hotel and Photographer Arrangements undated, 1980-1981 request_box
47 6 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Executive Committee Luncheon 1981 request_box
47 7 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Mailings, Form Letters undated, 1981 request_box
47 8 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Materials Handed Out 1981 request_box
47 9 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Papers and Speeches [1 of 2] 1981 request_box
47 10 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Papers and Speeches [2 of 2] 1981 request_box
47 11 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Policy Resolution Committee undated, 1981 request_box
47 12 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Press with Photos 1981 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
48 1 NCSJ Policy Conference 1981—Program Committee 1981 request_box
48 2 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Board of Governors, Delegates undated, 1982 request_box
48 3 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Budget, Hotel Arrangements 1981-1982 request_box
48 4 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Correspondence 1982 request_box
48 5 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—First Time Participants undated request_box
48 6 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Invitations, Acceptances, Regrets 1982 request_box
48 7 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Mailings, Form Letters 1982 request_box
48 8 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Materials Handed Out 1976, 1981-1982 request_box
48 9 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Photos request_box
48 10 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Press Service, Press Releases 1982 request_box
48 11 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Program Committee undated, 1981-1982 request_box
48 12 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Registrants 1982 request_box
48 13 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Sample Resolutions undated, 1975, 1977, 1979-1983 request_box
48 14 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Speeches and Papers 1982 request_box
48 15 NCSJ Policy Conference 1982—Thank You Letters 1982 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
49 1 NCSJ Policy Conference 1983—Conference Biographies undated, 1982-1983 request_box
49 2 NCSJ Policy Conference 1983—Correspondence 1982-1983 request_box
49 3 NCSJ Policy Conference 1983—Hotel Arrangements 1983 request_box
49 4 NCSJ Policy Conference 1983—Invitations to Speakers and Responses 1983 request_box
49 5 NCSJ Policy Conference 1983—Mailings 1983 request_box
49 6 NCSJ Policy Conference 1983—PR Releases, Clippings 1983 request_box
49 7 NCSJ Policy Conference 1983—Program Committee 1982-1983 request_box
49 8 NCSJ Policy Conference 1983—Resource Room Materials Distributed undated, 1983 request_box
49 9 NCSJ Policy Conference, Washington, D. C., 1979—Form Letters, Invitations, Confirmations, Regrets, Thank You Notes 1979 request_box
49 10 NCSJ Policy Conference, Washington, D. C., 1979—Hotel Arrangements: Technical Logistics, Budget 1979 request_box
49 11 NCSJ Policy Conference, Washington, D. C., 1979—Participating Agencies 1979 request_box
49 12 NCSJ Professional Council Meetings undated, 1984-1988 request_box
49 13 NCSJ Special Meetings and Conference Calls undated, 1986-1989 request_box
49 14 NCSJ Staff Seminar Meetings 1987-1988 request_box
49 15 NCSJ Strategic Assessment Task Force Meetings 1988 request_box
49 16 NCSJ Strategic Planning Committee Meeting May 8, 1989 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
50 1 NCSJ Strategic Planning Seminar [1 of 2] May 5-6, 1985 request_box
50 2 NCSJ Strategic Planning Seminar [2 of 2] May 5-6, 1985 request_box
50 3 NCSJ Strategy Meeting April 9, 1987 request_box
50 4 NCSJ Travel Committee Meetings undated, 1986-1989 request_box
50 5 North American Leadership Conference September 20-21, 1981 request_box
50 6 Olympics 1984 undated, 1978, 1983-1984 request_box
50 7 Parliamentary Wives Meeting, London June 1985 request_box
50 8 Passover 1977-USSR Matzah Ban 1977, 1980 request_box
50 9 Passover Seder, Moscow April 20, 1989 request_box
50 10 Policy Options in a Changing Environment Seminar June 11-12, 1989 request_box
50 11 Prisoner Swap April 1979 request_box
  (contains Hebrew)   
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
51 1 Protesting Rabbis 1986 request_box
51 2 Protesting Rabbis' Incarceration 1985 request_box
51 3 Rabbi Shayevich Visit 1987 1976, 1979, 1987-1988 request_box
51 4 Rabbinic Convocation (contain Selma Hurwitz artwork postcards) March 20, 1985 request_box
51 5 Regional Conferences on Soviet Jewry—General Information undated, 1984-1986 request_box
51 6 Regional Conferences on Soviet Jewry—Midwest-Cincinnati March 31, 1986 request_box
51 7 Regional Conferences on Soviet Jewry—New England with Photos 1986 request_box
51 8 Religious Leaders Meeting June 28, 1984 request_box
51 9 Research Seminar on Religion in the USSR May 1966 request_box
51 10 Samizdat Seminar March 5-11, 1979 request_box
51 11 Second Generation Conference May 27-29, 1984 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
52 1 Shultz-Gromyko Meeting 1982-1985 request_box
52 2 Solidarity Days and Months (with numerous graphic design materials) 1974-1976 request_box
52 3 Solidarity Days and Months (contains flyer advertising cassettes with Russia Reports radio show) undated, 1983-1985 request_box
52 4 Solidarity Fasts in U.S. [1 of 2] 1984 request_box
52 5 Solidarity Fasts in U.S. with Photo [2 of 2] 1984 request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
53 1 Speaker Biographies, A-K undated, 1978, 1980-1985 request_box
53 2 Speaker Biographies, L-Y undated, 1975, 1980-1986 request_box
53 3 Special Meetings 1977, 1980-1987 request_box
53 4 Travel Committee Meeting July 28, 1988 request_box
53 5 Vladimir Feltsman Campaign, Concerts 1981-1982 request_box
53 6 Vladimir Feltsman Campaign, Concerts 1986-1988 request_box
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Part 2, Series V: USSR Travel, Committee Files, and Reports, undated, 1970-1991

The Series is in English, French, Hebrew, Japanese, Polish, and Russian.
Boxes 54-91.
Arrangement:

Arranged into three series.

Scope and Content:

In order to obtain and disseminate information about Soviet Jews, and especially about refuseniks and prisoners of conscience, NCSJ organized a special committee that planned and coordinated visits to the USSR, conducted debriefings and gathered first-hand information on refuseniks and POC. This Series includes more than 750 travel reports and debriefing materials from 1970 through 1990 from trips to the Soviet Union, including refusenik home addresses and information for persons visiting them from the West. The travel reports are organized alphabetically by the last name of a visitor. The first set of dates in parentheses on the folder list indicates the actual dates of a given visit. Travel reports from delegations and representatives of local NCSJ and other ASJM members are organized alphabetically according to the name of locality in the U.S. Many travelers were debriefed by the NCSJ, and a debriefing questionnaire can be found in Box 58, Folder 16. The Series is divided into three Subseries: Subseries A: Individual Travel Reports, undated, 1970-1971, 1973-1989; Subseries B: Local U.S. Communal Organizations Representatives Travel Reports, undated, 1975-1988; and Subseries C: Soviet Jews and Refuseniks Information for Visitors with Updates, undated, 1971-1991.

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The trip reports found in this collection contain opinions, statements and allegations that may or may not be substantiated. American Jewish Historical Society and the Center for Jewish History do not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any findings, conclusions, recommendations, opinions or statements expressed in the trip reports.

Subseries A: Individual Travel Reports, undated, 1970-1971, 1973-1989

The Subseries is in English, Hebrew, and Russian.
Boxes 54-77.
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54 1 Abbott, Dr. David and Anne (6/88) 1988
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54 2 Abella, Irving; Erb, John; Fulford, Robert; Litwack, Wendy; Oostrom, John (10/88) 1988
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54 3 Abelow, Peter H. and Goodhart, Lucia 1990
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54 4 Abramowitz, Ken and Nira (6/28/89-7/10/89) 1989
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54 5 Aleshnick, Jack (11/8/87-11/16/87) 1987
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54 6 Alexander, Sharon 1986-1988
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54 7 Alisberg, Normal and Helene May 21-June 4, 1987
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54 8 Appleton, Velvey and Feldstein, Ruth (6/88) 1988
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54 9 Ariel, David S. and Lettofsky, Jean 1987
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54 10 Aronchick, Mark A. (8/84-9/84) undated
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54 11 Arzt, Donna E. (12/87) 1987
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54 12 Ascher, Tamar and Berlowitz, David (2/87-3/87) undated
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54 13 Askin, Frank and Marilyn (12/85) undated, 1986
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54 14 Attewelll, Bill (6/87) (Members of Parliament William Attewell and Howard McCurdy) 1987
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54 15 Axelrad, Albert, Rabbi (9/78) 1980
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54 16 Bachenheimer, Kurt (5/7/89-5/22/89) 1989
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54 17 Baker, Jerry (11/77) 1977
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54 18 Balkin, Bud, Sue, and Frank (6/87) 1987
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54 19 Balter, Rabbi Shlomo and Bernice (6/14/76-6/27/76) 1976
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54 20 Bamberger, Shirley and George ('89) 1989
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54 21 Barber, Bernice (8/2/87-8/16/87) 1987
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54 22 Bard, Ann S. (6/24/89-7/8/89) 1989
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54 23 Barliss, Ben (10/3/74-10/17/74) (Barlas) 1974
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54 24 Baron, Virginia (7/83) undated, 1983
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54 25 Barras, Sylvia (10/4/88-10/20/88) 1988
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54 26 Barzilai, Morris and Lisa (12/21/88-1/3/89) 1989
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54 27 Baskind, Sydelle (5/21/89-6/5/89) 1989
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54 28 Batist, Gerald (4/1/86-4/13/86) 1986
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55 1 Batkin, Jane and Alan (7/21/88-7/29/88) 1988
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55 2 Baum, Rabbi Michael and Jacobowicz, Dr. Joel (2/4/87-2/20/87) 1987
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55 3 Bay, Max W. and Ada M. (5/15/76-5/29/76) 1976
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55 4 Becker, Lucy; Dr. Irwin (4/75) 1975
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55 5 Bedol, Marilyn 1987
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55 6 Bell, Irving (8/13/82-8/26/82) 1982
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55 7 Belzberg, Marc ('85) 1985
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55 8 Benatovich, Howard and Lana; Hirshberg, Jeffrey and Shelly; Lippman, Joel; Schwartz, Carole May 2-13, 1988
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55 9 Benjamin, Philip and Marilyn 1987
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55 10 Benton, Kivette and Barry (6/24/88-7/3/88) 1988
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55 11 Beral, Hinda, (7/87) (Dr. Marc and Carol Richmond also on trip) 1987
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55 12 Berch, Julian (1/75) 1975
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55 13 Beresner, Steven undated, 1987
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55 14 Berg, Moshe and Rachel undated
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55 15 Berger, Robert M. (6/24/89-7/4/89) 1989
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55 16 Berk, Shoshana and William (6/87-7/87) 1987
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55 17 Berk, Stephen M. (8/75) undated, 1975
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55 18 Berkun, Rabbi Alvin K. 1988
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55 19 Berlin, Louis (1/5/77-1/7/77) 1977
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55 20 Berlowitz, Chana and Blau, Gisela February 24-March 6, 1988
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55 21 Berman family (7/3/85-7/18/85) (Kenneth, Sandra, Pam, and Fred Berman) 1985
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55 22 Berne, Bernard and Anita ('89) 1989
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55 23 Bernstein, Ann and Alan (9/83) 1983
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55 24 Bernstein, Charles (3/22/87-4/5/87) 1987
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55 25 Bernstein, David (2/28/82-3/13/82) 1982
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55 26 Bernstein, Dr. Aaron and Ruth (5/83) with Photos undated
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55 27 Bernstein, Harriet and Bernard (5/10/88-5/30/88) 1988
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55 28 Bernstein, Sidney (6/26/88-7/11/88) 1988
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55 29 Besser, Naftali (4/2/89-4/12/89) 1989
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55 30 Beutel, Nani March 15-24, 1988
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55 31 Bevan-Dunner, Ruth and Levine, Roxanne (1/10/87-1/19/87) 1987
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55 32 Bierner, Judy (Mrs. Mark) (7/75) 1975
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55 33 Blass, Elliot, M. 1985
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55 34 Blazer, Linda August 1988
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55 35 Bleich, Rabbi 1986
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56 1 Bloom, Jack and Ingrid 1988
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56 2 Bloom, Rabbi Bernard H. (10/82) 1982-1983
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56 3 Bludman, Professor and Mrs. Sidney (6/10/77-6/26/77) 1977, 1983
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56 4 Blum, Dr. Ronald (10/7/89-10/14/89) 1989
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56 5 Blumbergs and Franz (7/2/87-7/9/87) 1987
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56 6 Bodoff, Lippman 1988
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56 7 Bokser, Kallia and Wimpfheimer, Vicki (7/88) 1988
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56 8 Bomzer, Rabbi H. (7/87) 1987
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56 9 Boni, Georgia and Syl (12/20/84-1/2/85) 1985
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56 10 Borden, Dr. Victor and Francine (7/85) 1985
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56 11 Borden, Dr. Victor et al. (11/87) [1 of 2] 1987
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56 12 Borden, Dr. Victor et al. (11/87) [2 of 2] 1987
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56 13 Boym, Geraldine and Gail (6/30/86-7/13/86) 1986
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56 14 Bradley, Rebecca, (5/87-6/87) 1987
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56 15 Brait, Marsha and Martin (5/5/77-5/13/77) with Photo 1977
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56 16 Braverman, Nachum (1/4/87-1/14/87) 1987
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56 17 Breiner, Dr. Sander J. and Bea (9/10/89-9/24/89) 1989
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56 18 Brill, Ken (Spring '77) 1977
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56 19 Brochin, Leona undated
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57 1 Brodsky, Frank and Bunny/Fox, Allen and Susan (9/25/86-10/5/86) 1986
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57 2 Bronstein, Alvin (3/77) 1977
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57 3 Brounstein, Gerald and Jacobs-Brounstein, Naomi (4/87) 1987
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57 4 Burg, Richard (3/10/75-3/18/75) 1975
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57 5 Burger, Linda ('87) 1987
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57 6 Burkan, Nathan Jr. (7/87) 1987
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57 7 Caine, Burton and Shulamith (10/2/74-10/10/74) 1974
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57 8 Call, Gedalia (1/15/74) 1974
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57 9 Callen, Dr. Earl (2/6/81-2/10/81) 1975, 1981
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57 10 Caplan, Joel; Lubetkin, Herman; Nydick, Barry; Yammer, David February 10-22, 1988
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57 11 Caplan, Joel February 10-22, 1988 request_box
57 12 Caplan, Joel March 10-22, 1988
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57 13 Caroll, Lisa and Zukor, Aviva 1987
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57 14 Champagne, Margot (10/75) 1975
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57 15 Chandler, Dr. Alice (1/87) 1987
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57 16 Chasan, Shifra and Nachum (5/15/89-5/29/89) 1989
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57 17 Chickinsky, Ina (12/23/77-1/6/78) 1978
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57 18 Chipkin, Nanette and Donald (10/17/87-10/30/87) 1987
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57 19 Chomsky, Cantor Jack and Gellman, Susan (7/2/89-7/17/89) 1989
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57 20 Cohen, Alfred and Miriam (1/4/87-1/18/87) 1987
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57 21 Cohen, Amy and Bud (9/84) 1984-1985
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57 22 Cohen, Andy undated
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57 23 Cohen, Arlene and Marvin (2/25/89-3/11/89) 1989
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57 24 Cohen, Judith and Elliott (6/12/87-6/23/87) 1987
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57 25 Cohen, Michael and Rosen, Brant (1/30/89-2/7/89) 1989
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57 26 Cohen, Richard undated
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57 27 Cohen, William M. (11/89) 1989
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57 28 Cole, Phyllis 1988
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57 29 Cooper, David (7/82) (Dr. David L. Cooper) 1982
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57 30 Cooper, Joe; Bodlander, Debbie; Aull, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. (10/87) 1987
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57 31 Cooper, Nancy undated
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57 32 Cowan (8/89) 1989
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58 1 Craemer, Ken and Bonny (8/86) 1986
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58 2 Cuban, Barbara (3/10/75-3/18/75) 1975
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58 3 Curtis, Adam (8/85) 1985
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58 4 Dalin, Rabbi Ralph and Bayer, Rabbi Steven (12/1/86-12/10/86) 1986
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58 5 Dancher, Barry and Monika 1988
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58 6 Daniels, Cheryl and Goldlist, Tina (8/87) 1987
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58 7 Daniels, Ronald, Mrs. (7/75) 1975
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58 8 Danziger, Raphael (7/88) 1988
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58 9 Dardick, Leila and Bruce 1988
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58 10 Davidovitz (Maria Davidowitz, Dawidowicz) 1978
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58 11 Davidson, Dr. and Mrs. Allan (8/12/73) 1973
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58 12 Davidson, Frances and Murray (9/25/83-10/9/83) 1983
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58 13 Davis, Perry (4/2/77-5/8/77) 1977
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58 14 Day, D. S. 1988
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58 15 Dear, Noach (11/30/87) 1987-1988
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58 16 DeWind, Adrien/Silverman, Judge Sam (9/16/77-10/2/77) 1977
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58 17 Deyo, Jim 1986
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58 18 Dichter, Eugene P. (11/8/73-11/16/73) 1973
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58 19 Dishler, Bernard (3/77) 1975, 1977
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58 20 Dishler, Dr. and Mrs. Bernard; Bisk, Mrs. Miriam (2/3/83-2/13/83) 1983
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58 21 Dobin, Rabbi (8/15/82-8/29/82) undated, 1982
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58 22 Dorns (10/87) 1987
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58 23 Dow, David (10/21/86-10/29/86) undated, 1986
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58 24 Drachman, Prof. Edward (12/29/84-1/6/85) 1985
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58 25 Dubin, David undated
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58 26 Dubin, Elissa (Lisa) and Dan (12/23/88-1/1/89) 1989
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58 27 Dubow, Elaine (5/11/78-5/21/78) (Elaine Dubow and Gay Marston) 1978
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58 28 Ducovny, Amram (9/4/86-9/14/86) 1986
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58 29 Eaton, Joseph W. 1988
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58 30 Eisenberg, Dennis M. 1989
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58 31 Eisenstat, Irving 1987
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58 32 Eisenstat, Samuel M. (5/30/74) 1974
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58 33 Eisenstat, Sandy and Susie (5/77) 1977
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58 34 Eklove, Joyce (Spring '86) 1986
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58 35 Elkins, Dov Peretz, Rabbi (10/88) 1988
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58 36 Emes, David D. (1/4/76-1/18/76) 1976
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58 37 Emmerich, Adam and Kessler, Daniel (11/10/86-11/29/86) 1986
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58 38 Epstein, David and Jeremy (8/3/87-8/12/87) 1987
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58 39 Eskin, Andrew and Sandra (8/5/84-8/18/84) 1984
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59 1 Eth, Charlotte B. and Daniel 1987
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59 2 Everett, Bob and Prince, Edward (5/28/87-6/8/87) 1987
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59 3 Fahn, Roberta and Wall, Harry (10/11/86-10/27/86) 1986
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59 4 Farber, Leonard (9/85) 1985
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59 5 Farber, Samuel and Phyllis 1988
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59 6 Feldman, Albert (9/8/75-9/29/75) 1975
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59 7 Feldman, Elana and Aaron (9/23/89-10/1/89) 1989
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59 8 Feldman, Shari and Gork, Lara (5/29/88-6/12/88) 1988
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59 9 Feltoon, Arnie (1/6/75-1/27/75) 1975
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59 10 Fenster, Irene and Irving (8/87) 1987
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59 11 Fenton, Tamar 1988
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59 12 Fidler, Rhoda and Jay (9/2/88-9/16/88) 1988
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59 13 Fields, Rabbi Harvey (7/86) 1986
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59 14 Fierst, Edith (6/86) (account published in Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) 1986
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59 15 Fine, Seymour H. and Adele (7/20/85-8/10/85) (Adell) 1985
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59 16 Finegold, Rae 1988
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59 17 Finkelstein, Leo (10/1/86-10/16/86) 1986
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59 18 Finkelstein, Nisson A. (6/24/76-7/8/76) (Finkelstein family) 1976
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59 19 Fischer, Ethel ('89) 1989
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59 20 Fish, Hamilton, Congressman (5/75) 1975
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59 21 Fishbein, Barbara and Irwin (12/87) 1987
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59 22 Fishel, John R. 1988
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59 23 Fisher, Enid and Alexander ('87) 1987
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59 24 Fishman, Bob (1/5/79-1/13/79) 1979
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59 25 Fishman, Lyle and Altshul, William, Rabbi (11/1985) 1985-1986
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59 26 Flanzbaums (12/21/84-12/28/84) 1984
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59 27 Flumen, Audrey and Louis (7/9/89-7/22/89) 1989
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59 28 Flumenbaum, Judy (9/86) 1986
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59 29 Foxman, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham H. (12/4/74-12/18/74) 1975
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59 30 Frankel, Judge Marvin (7/6/74-7/21/74) 1974, 1987
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59 31 Franklin, Rabbi Wayne M. 1989
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59 32 Fraser, David (1/87) 1987
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60 1 Freedman, Joyce T., Ph.D. 1987
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60 2 Freedman, Robert O., Dr. 1975, 1988
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60 3 Freeman, Herb, Prof. (5/75) 1975
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60 4 Freilich, Dr. and Mrs. Dennis B. (6/3/73-6/17/73) (Estelle) 1973
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60 5 Freiman, Morton and Tina (5/13/75-5/26/75) 1975
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60 6 Freund, Henry and Joyce (7/9/89-7/24/89) 1989
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60 7 Friedman, Abe W. (3/88) 1988
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60 8 Friedman, Elaine and Arnie (8/88) 1988
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60 9 Friedman, Herbert and Grace 1988
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60 10 Frisch School (12/88) undated
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60 11 Frishwasser, Drs. Ed and Mary (11/75) 1975
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60 12 Fromberg, Zachary and Jean (9/6/87-9/16/87) 1987
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60 13 Galinson, Elaine and Murray April 9-20, 1988
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60 14 Gallo, Dean A. (photocopied article by Dean A. Gallo) 1986
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60 15 Gannon, Dennis (5/7/76-5/22/76) 1976
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60 16 Garber, Dr. Delott (12/23/75) 1976
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60 17 Garfinkel, Essie and Raven 1986
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60 18 Geisberg, Middie 1987
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60 19 Gelfond, Dr. and Mrs. Philip (4/21/85-5/5/85) undated, 1985
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60 20 Geller, David 1988
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60 21 Geller, Kenneth, A., M.D. 1987
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60 22 Geller, Susan and Goldstein, Marilyn (7/89) 1989
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60 23 Gering, Claire and George undated
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60 24 Gerson, Garry, Rabbi 1987
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60 25 Gerwin, Daniel and Reck, Debbie undated
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60 26 Getman's (7/83) 1983
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60 27 Gibbs, Laurie (10/18/86-10/26/86) 1986
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60 28 Gifford, Dr. Bernard; Lachman, Dr. Seymour; Lynch, Dr. Gerald (Spring 1977) 1979
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60 29 Gilbert, Patsy K. (5/76) 1976
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60 30 Gilens, Alvin H. (12/76) 1976
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60 31 Gingold, Dr. Bruce and Miriam undated
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60 32 Ginsburg, Barbara, Caroline, Ellen, Jane (12/27/86-1/3/87) 1987
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60 33 Ginsburg, Dr. Eli and Rochelle undated, 1986
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60 34 Ginsburg, Ted and Natalie (7/8/87-7/20/87) 1987
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60 35 Gittelson, Abraham and Shulamit (7/23/74-8/11/74) 1974
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60 36 Glaser, Tom (10/89) 1989
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60 37 Glass, Judy and Mike (5/87) 1987
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60 38 Glatstein, Carol Cohan and Philip (3/18/89-3/25/89) 1989
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60 39 Glazer, Andrew et al. (4/85) 1985
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60 40 Glazer, Andrew 1987
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60 41 Glickstein, Dr. Arthur and Bev (10/18/87-10/26/87) 1987
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60 42 Glikburg, Charlene and Bill 1988
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60 43 Glucoft 1988
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60 44 Glustrom, Helen and Simon (12/87) 1988
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60 45 Gold, Michael and Katz, James (7/1/73-7/19/73) 1973
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61 1 Goldberg, Amy (10/87) 1987
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61 2 Goldberg, Harriet (Summer '79) 1980
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61 3 Goldberg, Leonard and Lucille (6/19/88-7/9/88) 1988
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61 4 Goldberg, Rabbi Elimech and Ruthie (11/87) 1987-1988
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61 5 Goldberg, Rhoda (10/87) 1987
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61 6 Goldberg, Rich (3/88) 1988
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61 7 Goldberg, Sandra and Marshal (10/14/88-10/22/88) 1988
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61 8 Golden, Linda, Joel and Stewart May 1988
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61 9 Golden, Louise and Bill 1985
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61 10 Goldman, Alvin ('87) 1987
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61 11 Goldman, Andrew A.; Greenblatt, Samuel J.; Weiner, Richard N. November 8-19, 1988
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61 12 Goldman, Bob and Jocelyn (7/25/75-7/28/75) 1975
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61 13 Goldmark, Rabbi Lawrence 1989
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61 14 Goldmintz, Rabbi Jay (12/24/87-1/4/88) 1988
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61 15 Goldstein, Jerrod (7/87) 1987
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61 16 Goldstein, Joshua, Rabbi and Alexander, Stephen F. December 7-17, 1987
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61 17 Goldstein, Norman and Stein, Mel (9/87) 1987
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61 18 Goldstein, Rabbi David and Shannie (12/22/86-1/1/87) undated, 1981-1984, 1987
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61 19 Goldstein-Balt, Sol (4/12/??-4/22/??) undated
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61 20 Goldstone, Marcia (8/30/86-9/10/86) 1986
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61 21 Golomb, Betty and David (11/76) 1976
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61 22 Golub, Paul (8/17/89-9/4/89) 1989
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61 23 Goodfriend, Cantor (Fall '86?) 1987
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61 24 Goodman, Alan and Gwen (4/15/74) 1974
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61 25 Goodman, Dr. David and Elaine 1989
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61 26 Goodman, Micah (7/84) 1984
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61 27 Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Alan (7/75) 1975
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61 28 Goodman, William W. (9/86) with Photos 1986
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61 29 Goot, Robert and Edry (6/87) 1987
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61 30 Gordon, Marge and Bob (7/6/75-7/20/75) 1975
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61 31 Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Harvard G./Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (6/83) undated, 1983
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61 32 Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (11/73) 1973
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61 33 Gorelick, Todd (6/2/89-6/19/89) 1989
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61 34 Goren, Jerry; Johnson, Bob (7/3/86-7/11/86) 1986
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61 35 Gorin, David (9/8/86-9/16/86) 1986
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61 36 Gorin, Rabbi Howard and Gold, Rabbi Michael (12/11/88-12/21/88) 1988-1989
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61 37 Gorlin Lassner, Daniel (12/87-1/88) 1988
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61 38 Gotlieb, Evon and Jerry (11/12/86-11/24/86) 1986
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61 39 Gottlieb, Lily and Michael (8/7/85-8/23/85) 1985
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62 1 Graber, Alan, Dr. (Medical Reports on Refuseniks) 1987
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62 2 Greenbaum, Donald and Shelley (11/23/88-12/4/88) 1988
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62 3 Greenberg, Cheryl (1/1/87-1/17/87) 1987
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62 4 Greenberg, Jack and Deborah/Keith, Damon J. and Rachel B. (6/2/76-6/4/76) 1976
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62 5 Greenland, Leo (5/85) 1985
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62 6 Greenspan, Mireet (1/17/88-1/31/88) 1988
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62 7 Gribetz, Donald (Summer '74) (Edith and Donald Gribetz) 1974, 1977-1978
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62 8 Gribetz, Dr. Donald (12/75) 1975
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62 9 Grinspoon, Harold and Troderman, Diane (9/11/86-9/12/86) 1986
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62 10 Groner, Oscar; Simon, Matthew; Luxemburg, Jack; Essrog, Seymour (12/18/88-12/30/88) 1989
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62 11 Gross, Lois and Leonard (9/88) 1988
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62 12 Gross, Margola and Morris (3/29/88-4/12/88) 1988
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62 13 Grossberg, Penina and Elkins, Jonathan (12/29/86-1/11/87) 1987
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62 14 Grossman, Grace Cohen (5/18/77-5/28/77) 1977
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62 15 Grossman, Mark and Bullen, Anne (5/22/87-6/5/87) undated, 1987
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62 16 Gunner, Haim and Yaffa (3/16/77-3/29/77) undated, 1977
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62 17 Gurevich, Dita ('89) 1989
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62 18 Gurvis, Mark (9/87) 1987
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62 19 Guthman, Sidney, Rabbi 1987
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62 20 Gutin, Jules/Savenor, Charles/Shrerer, Meir (5/87) 1987
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62 21 Haas, Gregory and Tybe (7/4/87-7/15/87) 1987
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62 22 Haber, Elaine (10/87) 1987
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62 23 Halbert, Janet and Frantz, Bob (11/13/86-11/23/86) 1987
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62 24 Hallem, Timi Anyon 1988
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62 25 Halperin, Samuel (11/71) 1971
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62 26 Harris, David (9/81) 1981
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62 27 Hartman, Rita and Jerry (8/10/89-8/29/89) 1989
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62 28 Harwick, Sarah (7/75) 1975-1976
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62 29 Heilman, Boaz (10/87) 1987
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63 1 Heller, Hannah (6/2/83-6/19/83) 1983
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63 2 Heller, Shelly 1988
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63 3 Heller, Stephen R. (6/20/77-7/21/77) 1977
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63 4 Heller, Steve, Shelly, Josh and Adam (7/4/86-7/18/86) 1986
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63 5 Hellman, Judy and Kaplan, Elizabeth (10/87) 1987
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63 6 Hellmann, Dr. Mark (11/87) 1988
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63 7 Helzner, Robyn and Greene, Phyllis (10/9/88-10/19/88) 1988
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63 8 Henderson, Marjorie Beth (Manuscript on Vladimir and Mariya Slepak, based on the trip to USSR, 250 pages) [1 of 2] 1987
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63 9 Henderson, Marjorie Beth (Manuscript on Vladimir and Mariya Slepak, based on the trip to USSR, 250 pages) [2 of 2] 1987
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63 10 Hersh, Andrew and Kentor, Eric (8/27/86-9/7/86) 1986
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63 11 Herz, Gert and Fred (8/26/89-9/17/89) 1989
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63 12 Herzog, Mitchell W. (4/77) 1977
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63 13 Heutlinger, Mark; Cutler, Bonnie (9/6/85-9/17/85) 1985
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63 14 Hill, Rabbi David (9/13/81) 1981
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63 15 Hiller, Arthur (1/76) 1976
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63 16 Hindes, Sally 1985
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63 17 Hirsch, Carol (1/12/84-1/23/84) 1984
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63 18 Hirsch, David and Ellen (12/27/87-1/3/88) 1988
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63 19 Hirsch, Dorothy (5/16/81-5/24/81) 1981
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63 20 Hirschfield, Dr. Jay (10/74) 1974
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63 21 Hoffman, Bee and Phillip (9/88) 1988
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63 22 Hollander, Norman 1987
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63 23 Holtzman, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin 1984
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63 24 Hornestay, Shirley (1/17/88-1/31/88) 1988
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63 25 Horowitz, Rabbi Shlomo and Shifra (8/26/84-9/9/84) 1984
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63 26 Hurwitz, Larry 1986
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63 27 Idinopulos, Thomas March 10-20, 1988
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63 28 Indianer, Leonard E. (5/1/76-5/7/76) 1976
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63 29 Ingerman, Dr. Arthur and Rosalie (8/7/88-8/20/88) 1988
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63 30 Irmas undated
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63 31 Israel, Richard J. and Sherry R. (5/19/74-6/12/74) 1974
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