Guide to the Records of American Jewish Congress, undated, 1916-2006 (bulk 1949-2003)
 
*I-77

Processed by Adina Anflick, Marvin Rusinek, Vital Zajka, and Eric Fritzler

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: American Jewish Congress
Title: American Jewish Congress, records
Dates:undated, 1916-2006 (bulk 1949-2003)
Abstract: The records of the American Jewish Congress, a national Jewish agency, concerned primarily with Jewish and other minority civil rights, include the constitution, by-laws, and minutes of the Administrative and Executive Committees and Governing Council of the Congress. The collection has materials generated by the National Biennial Conventions, Executive Directors, including Phil Baum and Henry Siegman, and the General Counsel files of Will Maslow, Commissions and the Jerusalem Conferences of Mayors, Regional Chapters, National Women's Division, Business and Professional Chapters, Public Relations, and miscellaneous activities conducted by American Jewish Congress.
Languages: The collection is in English, German, Hebrew, Russian, and Yiddish.
Quantity: Roughly 750 linear feet (641 Bankers boxes, 1 Bankers box (11” x 13” x 16”), 200 manuscript boxes, 1 manuscript box (16” x 20”), 3 oversize boxes, 1 oversize folder, 286 bound volumes)
276 digitized photographs, 2 digitized brochures
Identification: I-77
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
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Historical Note

The American Jewish Congress was founded originally in 1918 by a group of Jewish American leaders as an umbrella structure for Jewish organizations to represent the American Jewish interests at the Peace Conference following the end of World War I. It was seen as a national parliamentary assembly representing all American Jews. Representatives to the Congress were selected by all major national Jewish organizations and delegates representing local communities were elected by some 350,000 Jewish voters.

The main purpose at that time was to unite American Jewry in support of a program to be submitted at the Versailles Conference, which included winning international support for a Jewish national home in Palestine and guarantees for the rights of Jews in post-war European countries.1 Among the organizers of the American Jewish Congress were Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Justice Louis D. Brandeis, Judge Julian W. Mack and Zionist leader Louis Lipsky. During the Congress sessions in Philadelphia, its 400 elected deputes included such prominent figures as Felix Frankfurter, Henry Morgenthau, Nathan Straus, Henrietta Szold, Horace Kallen, future founder of New York’s New School, and a young Zionist from Milwaukee Golda Myerson (future Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir).

It was supposed that the Congress would dissolve as soon as it fulfilled its task. But in 1920 some delegates reassembled after the last session of the American Jewish Congress in Philadelphia, and the next day under the chairmanship of Stephen S. Wise laid foundations for a new American Jewish Congress, which for more than 90 years represented the American Jewish community in many significant issues and challenges of the 20th century United States and the world.2 Stephen S. Wise (1974-1949), a Reform rabbi and charismatic orator, became a champion for social justice and civil rights and was one of the founders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. He later became a strong advocate and vocal supporter of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's “New Deal”. In 1938-1945 Wise was member of Roosevelt's Advisory Commission on Political Refugees, and advocated admission of a large number of Jewish refugees.

The need for a permanent representative organization led to the formal establishment of the Congress as a permanent active body in 1922.3 It soon became one of the central organizations and one of the most influential agencies in defending the interests of the American Jewish community. Its main goal was one of advocacy of American Jewish interests through organizational channels rather than through individual connections as was the practice before World War I. Expanding its agenda internationally, the American Jewish Congress emerged in 1930s as a leading force in the anti-Nazi effort to stop Hitler and aid the victims of persecutions, rousing the American public to the Nazi threat at home and abroad. The American Jewish Congress staged a huge protest rally against Hitler and anti-Semitism in March 1933 at New York’s Madison Square Garden, in which about 80,000 people participated.4 The American Jewish Congress spearheaded the effort to unite Jewish communities around the world against their common Nazi enemy. A million dollar defense fund was launched to rescue Jewish children orphaned by the Nazis. The formation in the mid-1930s of the World Jewish Congress was a part of these international efforts, as was the American Jewish Congress’ domestic effort to combat anti-Semitism and discrimination against Jews in the U.S., using laws and social activism as the effective means of struggle.

Since its earliest years, women played an important role in the work of the American Jewish Congress, enjoying the right to vote and to run as candidate there several years before the adoption of the 19th Amendment establishing women’s suffrage. In 1933, with the help of Louse Waterman Wise (1874-1947) the American Jewish Congress founded the Women’s Division, an effective vehicle for social and political action, aimed at mobilization of Jewish women for the cause of Jewish rights. In 1934 Women’s Division became the first among the American Jewish organizations to call for the boycott of Nazi goods, and played a pivotal role in day-to-day operation and local supervision of the boycott.5 Later it actively participated in the relief effort for the European Jewry and for Israel.

Starting as a loose federation of national Jewish organizations, the American Jewish Congress reviewed its policy and in 1940 began to enroll individual members, becoming a membership organization, with tens of thousands of members, and dozens of regional and professional chapters across the country. It first depended upon the energetic efforts of Stephen S. Wise and his associates to procure funds for its work, but starting from late 1930s it began to build a professional staff and attracted lawyers and prominent public activists like David W. Petegorsky, Justine Wise Polier and John Slawson to meet the growing needs of an expanding organization.

During World War II, the American Jewish Congress with other Jewish organizations used a variety of means to influence the decisions of the American government to rescue and to help the Jews of Europe who were being exterminated in the Holocaust. This included meetings with President Roosevelt, petitions to the government officials, negotiations with foreign diplomats, mass rallies at the Madison Square Garden and New York Lewisohn Stadium. They combated anti-Semitism, isolationism and pro-Nazi sympathies in the U.S. Despite steady petitioning and informing the Roosevelt administration on the plight of Jews under the Nazi occupation, the American Jewish Congress and other Jewish defense organizations were not successful enough to make the administration undertake more determined and effective steps to save the Jews of Europe.6 After the war the American Jewish Congress was instrumental in relief efforts for the Jewish survivors. When the enormity of Holocaust became public, the American Jewish Congress coordinated a vigorous effort to help create a Jewish state and played a central role in winning U.S recognition and support of Israel. Support for Israel and strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship became key concerns of the American Jewish Congress’ work.

In May 1945, the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress decided “to survey the activities of the American Jewish Congress, with a view of developing the dynamic presentation of the Congress program to the Jewish public and mobilizing adequate resources in support of the Congress movement”. The goal for the Congress was announced: “full equality in a free society for all Americans”.7 It was decided to merge the Commission on Law and Legislation and the Commission on Economic Discrimination and create a new structure, the Commission on Law and Social Action (CLSA). When Will Maslow joined the American Jewish Congress to head the newly-founded Commission, the struggle against discrimination and bigotry took a new direction and a new impetus. Maslow created a special team of lawyers, including Shad Polier, Alexander Pekelis, Leo Pfeffer, Joseph Robison, Phil Baum, Naomi Levine, Lois Waldman and Howard Squadron, to pursue legal challenges to discriminatory practices in employment, education and housing at the time when the Department of Justice did not have even a single full time civil rights lawyer.

The struggle was waged in legislative chambers and courts, often attracting a great deal of public attention and support. In 1949 a successful campaign by CLSA in New York State led to enactment there of laws ensuring fair housing and education practices, which were the first of their kind in the nation. Working together with organizations like the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), CLSA got involved in constitutional issues like separation of church and state, and was instrumental in helping to outlaw school prayer and other religious practices in public schools in the 1960s and to stop government support of sectarian schools in the 1970s.

In 1964 the American Jewish Congress called for the elimination of restrictive abortion laws, and its Women’s Division and CLSA legal team joined the movement for women’s equality. By this time women in the American Jewish Congress increasingly refused to be segregated by gender within the organization and demanded equal power and responsibility in Jewish communal life. Affirming its dedication to the principles of liberty and equality, the American Jewish Congress eliminated the Women’s Division in the mid-1970s. Women were integrated into the national organization and assumed major leadership positions. In 1972 Naomi Levine became National Executive Director of the American Jewish Congress and the first woman to serve as an Executive Director of a national Jewish organization.8

In 1984 the American Jewish Congress established the Commission for Women’s Equality (CWE), which concentrated on women’s issues and was chaired by a number of prominent feminists like Betty Friedan and Ann Lewis and with noted members like Cynthia Ozick, Bella Abzug, Francine Klagsbrun and others. CWE became the most effective voice in the Jewish community in support of reproductive freedom, participating in major pro-choice marches and events, and influencing U.S. Congress and state legislatures on abortion decisions. CWE successfully supported legislation prohibiting gender discrimination, and educated Jewish women on issues related to hereditary genetic ailments and mutations. Through the work of CWE the American Jewish Congress was the address for Jewish feminism. It held the first International Jewish Feminist Conference in Israel in 1987.

The American Jewish Congress viewed anti-Semitism, an historically unique form of discrimination, as a form of racism. That meant that Jewish people could not win their struggle for equality in isolation from other victims of discrimination and prejudice. The struggle demanded that Jews join with all other groups in confronting their common problems and involve themselves in common unified actions. The American Jewish Congress and especially CLSA cooperated closely and fruitfully with the NAACP and its Legal Defense Fund. CLSA started litigation to halt exclusion of Negroes from the Stuyvesant Town housing project in 1947 and brought housing discrimination in New York under state legal control in 1951. It was instrumental in ending racial discrimination in Levittown, New Jersey, in 1959. It submitted amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs in virtually every racial segregation case before the U.S. Supreme Court, including the restrictive covenant cases in 1948 and the Brown v. Board of Education school desegregation decisions of 1954 and 1955.9

In 1960s and 1970s the American Jewish Congress joined the active fight for civil rights, women’s equality and became an effective vehicle for social and political action. The civil rights campaign culminated in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in the nation’s capital on August 28, 1963.10 The march was successful in pressuring the administration of John F. Kennedy to initiate a strong federal civil rights bill in Congress. President of the American Jewish Congress, Rabbi Joachim Prinz (1902-1988), was a founding chairman and one of the key organizers of the March. That day he walked to the podium immediately after a spiritual “I’m on my way” sung by the folk singer Odetta, and presented his address just before Martin Luther King delivered his famous "I have a dream” speech. In his address Dr. Prinz famously said that “America must not become a nation of onlookers. America must not remain silent. Not merely black America, but all of America. It must speak up and act, from the President down to the humblest of us…” 11

President Lyndon B. Johnson in his message on occasion of the 50th anniversary of the American Jewish Congress wrote that the “eloquent voice of the American Jewish Congress has been heard not just on behalf of Jews but on behalf of the highest ideals of freedom and democracy we all share as Americans.”12 The American Jewish Congress continued to be concerned with racial segregation even after the desegregation laws were adopted, and was involved in Ohio public schools’ segregation cases in late 1970s-early 1980s (Columbus Board v. Penick, Dayton Board v. Brinkman).

The American Jewish Congress became one of the nation’s most important agencies defending the interests and well-being of the Jewish people as well as defending the constitutional rights and freedoms of all Americans. In 1946 it launched a successful drive to bar the quota system in colleges and universities. It led the successful effort to liberalize Sunday Laws in New York and other states for the benefit of Saturday Sabbath observers. It remained actively involved in the legal issues related to racial segregation, free speech and religious liberty and church-state separation. At the same time it considered affirmative action to be an agonizing dilemma for the American Jewish Congress and for the Jewish community, recognizing, on one hand, the need to undo the effects of past massive injustice and discrimination against African-Americans, and on the other hand unable to accept sanctioning of admission to the legal system of race as a factor of making decisions in employment, education and other essentials of life (Bakke case).13

In 1980, the American Jewish Congress filed amicus briefs in support of freedom of press in Unification Church v. Harper & Row and Sklar case. In Pruneyard Shopping Center v. Robins, a free speech case the same year, the American Jewish Congress supported students who filed suit to vindicate their First Amendment rights.

The American Jewish Congress addressed injustice and inequality issues abroad, such as Arab discrimination against Jews in the Aramco company employment policy in Saudi Arabia. In 1964 a number of the American Jewish Congress officials were arrested at the Jordanian pavilion at the New York World Fair, protesting against the ant-Semitic mural there. The American Jewish Congress joined the struggle against the regime of apartheid in South Africa, campaigned to end persecution of Soviet Jews, to free the Jews of Syria, Ethiopia and Iran. It raised its voice protesting the atrocities in the Balkans in 1990s, the use of civilians as human shields by Hamas, and called for a stop to acts of genocide in Darfur and South Sudan.14

Among its other activities, the American Jewish Congress organized a successful worldwide travel program (e.g. brought its 300,000th tourist to Israel in 1991); established a unique program that brought mayors from cities around the world to Israel for better mutual understanding and cooperation (Jerusalem Mayors Conference); created a Hasbara Public Diplomacy project aimed at better information of American public about Israel and vice versa. The American Jewish Congress carried out significant publishing projects and produced a number of periodical publications, such as Congress Monthly and a scholarly journal Judaism.

In the late 2000s, the American Jewish Congress scaled back its activities, when donors gradually became more interested in direct support of particular cases and causes rather than of general Jewish non-profit organizations. On July 13, 2010 American Jewish Congress suspended its activities and laid off much of its staff.

For further literature on the history of the American Jewish Congress, see also:

Chanes, Jerome. “American Jewish Congress,” in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Volume 2, 2nd ed. (Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA in association with the Keter Publishing House, 2006).

Frommer, Morris. “The American Jewish Congress: A History, 1914–1950.” Ph. D. dissertation, Ohio State University, 1978.

--------. “American Jewish Congress,” in Jewish American Voluntary Organizations, ed. Michael Dobkowski. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1986.

Gottlieb, Moshe. American Anti-Nazi Resistance, 1933-1941: An Historical Analysis. New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1982.

Rosenbaum, Gerald. “The educational efforts of the American Jewish Congress to combat anti-Semitism in the United States, 1946-1980.” Ph. D. dissertation, Loyola University, 1992.

Svonkin, Stuart. Jews Against Prejudice: American Jews and the Fight for Civil Liberties. New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1997.

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Scope and Content Note

The American Jewish Congress Records collects archival material from the creation of the organization to its later years, from 1915 through 2005. Although the records are incomplete with chronological and structural gaps, the American Jewish Congress Records represents the single largest collection on the organization and its impact on the United States legal system, civil rights and liberties, the fight against discrimination and anti-Semitism, American Jewry, and support for the State of Israel.

The collection documents the activities of the American Jewish Congress, one of the main agencies in American Jewish community relations. The American Jewish Historical Society has had two large accretions of American Jewish Congress Records. The first large accretion produced a box and folder list in 2006 and resulted in over 200 manuscript boxes that were opened to the public. As part of a National Endowment for the Humanities grant, a larger accretion of over one thousand Bankers boxes was processed from June 2009 to July 2011. The 2009 accretion was minimally processed, meaning that paper clips and rubber bands were removed, files were re-foldered, when necessary, and the folder labeling was maintained, when possible, from the American Jewish Congress.

The American Jewish Historical Society has received almost all of the extant records of the national headquarters of the American Jewish Congress in New York, but the records of some of its larger regional chapters can be found at local archival institutions, like the records of the Northern California Division of the American Jewish Congress at the Judah L. Magnes Museum in Berkeley, California.

This finding aid has reconceptualized the existing arrangement and order of the 2006 box and folder listing into 14 series. When possible, the new accretion was incorporated into the existing arrangement of the 2006 accretion box and folder list. However, in some cases, series and subseries have been reordered or have been combined. The 2006 accretion is made of Boxes 1-201, whereas the 2009 accretion begins with Box 202 and continues to Box 843. There is a note beginning each affected series or subseries that addresses how the added material is interspersed with the older material. Also, there are longer biographical notes and information that begin each portion of the new accretion. Although duplicates were weeded as part of processing the new accretion, there may be overlap between the 2006 and 2009 accretions.

As part of the National Endowment for the Humanities funded project, 276 photographs and two brochures were selected for digitization. The photographs highlight the importance of the American Jewish Congress and its members in the international and American Jewish community, showcasing their participation in struggle for civil rights in the United States, their interest in the creating an informed Jewish community within the United States, and their advocacy for and support of Israel and the world Jewry. The digitized images are available for viewing through hyperlinks listed below in Series XIII: Public Relations, Subseries A: Subject Files and Photographs. Each of the digitized photographs is also available through the Center for Jewish History Digital Collections, found at access.cjh.org.

American Jewish Historical Society welcomes comments from researchers that will provide more information and insight into the contents of the folders that would be of use to other researchers, please contact reference@ajhs.org.

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged into fourteen series as follows:

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

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

Use Restrictions

Information concerning the literary rights may be obtained from the 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

Nathan D. Perlman papers, undated, 1915-1953 (P-66)
Stephen Wise papers, 1841-1978 (microfilmed, available in Reading Room under P-134)
Louis E. Shecter papers, 1928-1981 (P-165)
Justine Wise Polier papers, 1939-1972 (P-527)
I. Martin Spier papers, undated, 1929-1940 (P-561)
Shad Polier papers, undated, 1916-1976 (P-572)
Louis Lipsky papers, 1898-1976 (P-672)
Virginia Levitt Snitow Papers, undated, 1909-2001 (P-876)
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council records, 1940-1994 (I-172)

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); American Jewish Congress, records; I-77; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY, and Boston, MA.

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Acquisition Information

The American Jewish Congress Records are an ongoing accession that began in 1931 from the American Jewish Congress and individuals associated with the organization.

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Access Points

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Container List

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

 

Series I: History, undated, 1915-1916, 1918, 1920, 1933, 1942, 1945, 1948-1951, 1958-1966, 1968, 1972-1974

2 manuscript box and 2 folders.
Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Series I: History contains organizational material related to the creation, maintenance, and reform of the organization and its constitution and by-laws. In addition to the constitutions and by-laws, the series contains information on the founding members and structure of the American Jewish Congress. Former Series VI: Campaign Cabinet, Proceedings and Conferences of the 2006 box and folder listing has been combined with Series I: History. The series has contains material from Boxes 1 and 8, and the new accretion, Box 833.

BoxFolderTitleDate
8 3 Preliminary conference March 26 and 27, 1916
8 4 Proceedings report Philadelphia 1918
8 5 Proceedings Philadelphia May 30-31, 1920
8 6 Proceedings of adjourned session Philadelphia May 1920
BoxFolderTitleDate
1 1 By-laws 1933
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 1 Memorandum by M. Maldwin Fertig on proposed by-laws July 20, 1942
833 2 Constitution as further amended by the Administrative Committee February 10, 1945
BoxFolderTitleDate
1 2 By-laws 1945
1 3 Constitution 1948
1 4 Constitution and By-laws, as amended June 26, 1950
1 5 Constitution and By-laws (copy 2) 1950
1 6 Constitution and By-laws, as amended at National Convention November 1951
1 7 Constitution and By-laws 1958, 1966
1 8 Constitution and By-laws 1956
1 9 Constitution Article IV May 29, 1960
1 10 Constitution and By-laws 1960
1 11 Constitution and By-laws, as amended at National Convention April 15, 1962
1 12 Constitution and By-laws 1968
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 1 Campaign Cabinet 1963-1964
8 2 Campaign Cabinet 1964-1966
BoxFolderTitleDate
1 13 Members of Commissions and Committees 1972-1974
1 14 Organizational Chart, AJC and Women’s Division undated
1 15 Jewish Congress Organization Committee undated, 1915-1916, 1920
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Series II: Administrative Committee, undated, 1922-1944, 1946-1960

2 manuscript boxes and 13 folders.
Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Series II: Administrative Committee documents the minutes and reports of the Administrative Committee of the American Jewish Congress. The series also contains information on the members of the Administrative Committee, an address by journalist Henry L. Shapiro, agendas, and resolutions discussed and adopted by the Administrative Committee. The series contains material from Boxes 2-3 and from the new accretion, Box 833.

BoxFolderTitleDate
833 3 Minutes 1922
833 4 Minutes January-September 1923
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 1 Minutes October-December 1923
2 2 Minutes 1924
2 3 Minutes 1925
2 4 Minutes 1926
2 5 Minutes 1927
2 6 Minutes 1928
2 7 Minutes 1929
2 8 Report to Delegates of AJC 1929
2 9 Minutes 1930
2 10 Report 1930
2 11 Report submitted to 8th session AJC October 19-20, 1930
2 12 Minutes 1931
2 13 Minutes 1932
2 14 Report submitted to 11th emergency session July 1932-May 1933
2 15 Report (copy 2)
2 16 Report (copy 3)
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 1 Minutes 1933
3 2 Minutes 1934
3 3 Minutes 1935
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 5 Minutes 1936
833 6 Minutes 1937
833 7 Minutes 1938
833 8 Minutes 1939
833 9 Minutes 1940
833 10 Minutes 1941
833 11 Minutes 1942
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 4 Minutes 1943
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 12 Minutes 1944
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 5 Minutes 1946
3 6 Minutes 1947
3 7 Meeting New York September 8, 1949
3 8 Minutes April 1949
3 9 Minutes June 1949
3 10 Minutes 1950
3 11 Minutes 1951
3 12 Minutes 1952
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 13 Minutes 1953
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 13 Minutes 1954
3 14 Minutes 1956
3 15 Emergency Session November 4, 1956
3 16 Minutes 1957
3 17 Minutes 1958
3 18 Minutes 1959
3 19 Memorandum 1948
3 20 Administrative Committee Resolutions 1949-1951
3 21 Resolutions and Memorandum 1950
3 22 Resolutions and Memorandum 1952-1953, 1956, 1959-1960
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 14 Address by Henry L. Shapiro May 22, 1954
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 23 Resolution regarding censure of Senator McCarthy November 28, 1954
3 24 Agenda October 21, 1956
3 25 Resolution urging candidates to clarify views on Arab discrimination October 21, 1956
3 26 Elected members 1951
3 27 List of members 1956-1957
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 15 List of members undated
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Series III: Joint Administrative and Executive Committee, 1948-1959

1 manuscript box and 2 folders.
Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Series III: Joint Administrative and Executive Committee contains the minutes of the Joint Administrative and Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress and has information on the meetings of the Officers Committee, which contained members of Administrative and Executive Committees. The series has material from Box 4 and from the new accretion, Box 833.

BoxFolderTitleDate
833 16 Resolutions adopted by the Joint Administrative and Executive Committee 1949-1952
833 17 Minutes 1948-1950
BoxFolderTitleDate
4 1 Minutes 1950-1952
4 2 Minutes 1952
4 3 Minutes 1952-1953
4 4 Minutes 1954
4 5 Minutes March-June, December 1955
4 6 Minutes February 1956
4 7 Members of Officers Committee, Executive, and Administrative Committee November, December 1953
4 8 Members of Executive, Administrative Committees 1956
4 9 Agenda January 26-27, 1957
4 10 Minutes January 1957
4 11 Officers Committee, Minutes 1953
4 12 Officers Committee January, April, May 1954
4 13 Officers Committee November 1955
4 14 Officers Committee May, September, October, December 1956
4 15 Officers Committee May-June 1957
4 16 Officers Committee September-December 1958
4 17 Officers Committee January-October 1959
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Series IV: Executive Committee, 1916, 1918, 1920, 1922-1927, 1936, 1938-1939, 1942-1985

2 manuscript boxes and 16 folders.
Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Series IV: Executive Committee documents the minutes and reports of the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress from 1916-1927 and 1936-1985. The series also contains an index of the meeting minutes (1984), agendas, and resolutions discussed and adopted by the Executive Committee. The series contains material from Boxes 5-6 and from the new accretion, Box 833.

BoxFolderTitleDate
5 1 Minutes 1916
5 2 Report of General Board of Elections to the Executive Committee 1918
5 3 Minutes 1920
5 4 Minutes 1922
5 5 Minutes 1923
5 6 Report 1923
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 18 Minutes of General Board of Elections 1923
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 7 Minutes 1924
5 8 Minutes 1925
5 9 Report, Philadelphia October 25-26, 1925
5 10 Minutes 1926
5 11 Report, Washington D.C. February 20-27, 1927
5 12 Press release 1936
5 13 AJC Elections June 25-27, 1938
5 14 Minutes 1939
5 15 Mass meeting 1939
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 19 Minutes 1942
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 16 Minutes 1943
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 20 Minutes 1944
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 17 Minutes 1945
5 18 Minutes 1946
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 21 Minutes 1947
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 19 Minutes 1948
5 20 Minutes January 12, 1949
5 21 Minutes 1949
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 22 Meeting of the Executive Committee October 5, 1949
833 23 Meeting of the Executive Committee December 11, 1949
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 22 Minutes 1950
5 23 Minutes 1951
5 24 Minutes 1952
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 1 Minutes 1953
6 2 Minutes 1954
6 3 Minutes 1955
6 4 Minutes 1956
6 5 Minutes 1957
6 6 Minutes 1958
6 7 Minutes 1959
6 8 Minutes 1960-1961
6 9 Minutes 1962
6 10 Minutes 1963
6 11 Minutes 1964
6 12 Minutes 1965
6 13 Minutes 1969
6 14 Minutes 1972
6 15 Minutes 1973
BoxFolderTitleDate
833 24 Minutes 1974
833 25 Minutes 1975
833 26 Minutes 1976
833 27 Minutes 1977
833 28 Minutes 1978
833 29 Minutes 1979
833 30 Minutes 1980
833 31 Minutes 1981-1982
833 32 Minutes 1983-1985
833 33 Index to American Jewish Congress Executive Committee Meeting Minutes 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 16 Resolutions May 22 and October 29-31, 1938
6 17 Resolutions 1950-1975
6 18 Agenda and memorandum 1950-1980
6 19 Agenda, memorandum and miscellaneous 1956, 1962-1966
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Series V: Governing Council, 1935-1944, 1960-1987

1 manuscript box and 22 folders.
Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Series V: Governing Council documents the minutes and reports of the National Governing Council of the American Jewish Congress from 1935-1944 and 1960-1987. Also, there is correspondence regarding various resolutions proposed to the Governing Council and regarding monetary pledges to the Governing Council. The series contains material from Boxes 5-6 and the new accretion, Boxes 833-834.

BoxFolderTitleDate
833 34 Minutes 1935
833 35 Minutes 1936
833 36 Minutes 1937
833 37 Minutes 1938
BoxFolderTitleDate
834 1 Minutes 1939
834 2 Minutes 1940
834 3 Minutes 1941
834 4 Minutes 1942
834 5 Minutes 1943
834 6 Minutes 1944
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 1 Minutes 1960-1961
7 2 Minutes 1962-1963
7 3 Minutes 1964-1966
BoxFolderTitleDate
834 7 Minutes 1966-1967
834 8 Minutes 1968-1969
834 9 Minutes 1970-1971
834 10 Minutes 1972
834 11 Minutes 1973
834 12 Minutes 1974-1975
834 13 Minutes 1976-1977
834 14 Minutes 1978-1979
834 15 Minutes 1980-1981
834 16 Minutes 1982-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 5 Correspondence of Julius Schatz regarding Intermarriage June 1962-December 1964
7 6 Memorandum, correspondence, resolutions 1959-1962
7 7 Memorandum, correspondence, resolutions 1963-1966, 1969, 1971-1972, 1974
7 8 Members 1942, 1960-1964, 1968-1970
BoxFolderTitleDate
834 17 Correspondence of Neil Goldstein regarding National Governing Council pledges 1986-1987
834 18 Correspondence of Michele Krebs regarding National Governing Council pledges 1987
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Series VI: National Biennial Conventions, 1922-1923, 1925, 1927, 1929-1931, 1937-1938, 1940, 1943, 1946, 1948-1949, 1951, 1953, 1956-1958, 1960, 1962-1964, 1966, 1968, 1970-1973, 1992

2 manuscript boxes and 69 folders.
Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Series VI: National Biennial Conventions contains the reports and transcripts of the plenary sessions, meetings, speeches, addresses, and panel discussions that took place at the National Conventions of the American Jewish Congress. Of special interest, there are transcripts from many speeches of the 1960 Convention delivered by prominent members of the American Jewish Congress, including Rabbi Joachim Prinz and Justine Wise Polier, and civil rights leaders, such as Roy Wilkins and Kenneth Bancroft Clark. The series contains material from Boxes 9-10 and from the new accretion, Boxes 834-838.

Researchers may also want to consult Series XIII: Public Relations for digitized photographs of the National Conventions and the National Conventions of the Women's Division, over 120 images related to the National Conventions, from 1948-1968, can be found in Series XIII: Public Relations, Subseries A: Subject Files and Photographs.

BoxFolderTitleDate
834 19 National Convention May 21, 1922
834 20 National Convention May 22, 1922
834 21 National Convention 1923
834 22 National Convention 1925
834 23 National Convention 1927
834 23 National Convention 1929
BoxFolderTitleDate
835 1 National Convention October 19, 1930
835 2 National Convention October 20, 1930
835 3 National Convention 1931
835 4 National Convention 1937
835 5 National Convention, Opening Session and Sunday Meetings 1938
835 6 National Convention, Monday Meetings 1938
835 7 1940 Session 1940
835 8 Plenary Sessions 1943
835 9 Plenary Sessions 1943
835 10 Plenary Sessions 1943
835 11 National Convention May 30, 1946
835 12 Memorial Day Exercises May 30, 1946
835 13 Organization Committee May 31, 1946
835 14 Panel Discussion on Anti-Semitic Incidents and How to Control Them May 30, 1946
835 15 Panel Discussion on the Fight against Prejudice May 30, 1946
835 16 Panel Discussion on Organization for Survival May 30, 1946
835 17 Panel Discussion on Racism and Free Speech May 30, 1946
835 18 Panel Discussion on the Struggle for Economic and Social Equality May 30, 1946
835 19 Constitution Committee May 31, 1946
BoxFolderTitleDate
836 1 Finance Committee May 31, 1946
836 2 Resolutions Committee May 31, 1946
836 3 Resolutions Committee June 1, 1946
836 4 Nominations Committee May 31, 1946
836 5 Second Public Session June 1, 1946
836 6 Plenary Session June 2, 1946
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9 1 Report of Executive Director, “Record in Review” by David W. Petegorsky 1948
9 2 National Convention 1948
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836 7 Opening Session March 31, 1948
836 8 Plenary Sessions April 1, 1948
836 9 Resolutions Committee April 2-3, 1948
836 10 Constitution Committee April 2-4, 1948
836 11 Public Session April 3, 1948
836 12 Final Plenary Session April 4, 1948
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9 3 Elected Officers November 1949
9 4 Constitution 1949
9 5 Report, “Achievement and Challenge” 1949
9 6 Convention Committee, Resolutions adopted November 9-13, 1949
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836 13 Opening Session November 9, 1949
836 14 Panel Discussion on Democratizing the Jewish Community November 10, 1949
836 15 Panel Discussion on the Jewish Living in America November 10, 1949
836 16 Panel Discussion on the Jewish State and the Jewish People November 10-11, 1949
836 17 Panel Discussion on Safeguarding American Democracy November 10-11, 1949
836 18 Credentials Committee November 10-11, 1949
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837 1 Resolutions Committee November 11, 1949
837 2 Sessions November 13-14, 1949
837 3 Women's Division Breakfast Session November 14, 1949
837 4 Concluding Business November 13, 1949
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9 7 Elected Officers 1951
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837 5 Opening Session November 17, 1951
837 6 Plenary Session November 18, 1951
837 7 Banquet Session November 18, 1951
837 8 Executive Session November 18, 1951
837 9 Closing Session November 19, 1951
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9 8 Report of Executive Director 1951
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837 10 National Convention 1953
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9 9 Report of Executive Director, “Survey and Outlook” 1953
9 10 Draft resolutions for submission to Biennial Convention 1956
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837 11 Morning and Evening Sessions April 13, 1956
837 12 Panel Discussions April 13, 1956
837 13 Fourth Plenary Session April 15, 1956
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9 11 Program April 12-15, 1956
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837 14 National Convention 1958
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9 12 National Convention 1960
9 13 Governing Council Members and Constitution Article 6 1960
9 14 Resolutions, New York May 1960
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837 15 Opening Plenary Session May 26, 1960
837 16 Friday Afternoon Session May 27, 1960
837 17 Saturday Afternoon Session May 28, 1960
837 18 Sunday Morning and Afternoon Sessions May 29, 1960
837 19 Sunday Evening Session May 29, 1960
837 20 Monday Morning Session May 30, 1960
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9 15 Convention Speeches, Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 26-30, 1960
9 16 Representative Emanuel Celler Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 29, 1960
9 17 Dr. Kenneth B. Clark Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 27, 1960
9 18 Professor Joshua A. Fishman Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 27, 1960
9 19 Nathan Glazer Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 27, 1960
9 20 Dr. Israel Goldstein Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 28, 1960
9 21 Dr. Oscar I. Janowsky Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 28, 1960
9 22 Senator Jacob K. Javits Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 29, 1960
9 23 Dr. Max Nussbam Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 28, 1960
9 24 Justine Wise Polier Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 26, 1960
9 25 Dr. Joachim Prinz Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 26, 1960
9 26 Attorney General William P. Rogers Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 29, 1960
9 27 Judge Gus A. Solomon Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 26, 1960
9 28 Rabbi Andre Ungar Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 28, 1960
9 29 Sidney Z. Vincent Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 28, 1960
9 30 Roy Wilkins Speech: Statler-Hilton Hotel, NYC May 29, 1960
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10 1 National Convention 1962
10 2 National Convention 1962
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838 1 Women's Division Sessions April 10-12, 1962
838 2 National Convention April 13, 1962
838 3 Banquet Session April 14, 1962
838 4 Plenary Session April 15, 1962
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10 3 Report of Executive Director April 12-15, 1962
10 4 Justice Black and First Amendment absolutes 1962
10 5 Press releases 1962
10 6 Convention speeches, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, NYC April 12-15, 1962
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11 1 Miami Beach, April 14-19, 1964 1963-1964
11 2 Miami Beach, April 14-19, 1964 1957-1958, 1963-1964
11 3 Report of Executive Director 1964
11 4 Resolutions adopted 1964
11 5 Program 1964
11 6 Press releases 1964
11 7 Delegate’s Kit 1964
11 8 Convention speeches 1964
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12 1 Resolutions 1966
12 2 Resolution on War against Poverty 1966
12 3 Convention speeches, Grossinger’s Hotel, NY April 27-May 1, 1966
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838 5 Report of Executive Director April-May 1966
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12 4 Report of Executive Director 1968
12 5 Resolutions, Miami May 14-19, 1968
12 6 Delegate’s Kit 1968
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838 6 Report of Executive Director May 1970
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12 7 Report of Executive Director May 20-24, 1970
12 8 Delegate’s Kit 1970
12 9 Draft resolution 1972
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838 7 Report of Executive Director May 1972
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12 10 Memoranda, 1974 Convention December 1973
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838 8 Inaugural Address by Robert K. Lifton March 22, 1992
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Series VII: Executive Director, 1932, 1940-2002

137 Bankers boxes, 1 manuscript box, and 1 folder.
Arrangement:

Scope and Content:

Within the American Jewish Congress, its executive directors were part of the organization’s public face and representation in the United States, regularly speaking out on issues of concern within the Jewish community, nationally and internationally. The Executive Director of the American Jewish Congress was responsible for overseeing the work of the organization in its efforts to advance a broad range of Jewish social and communal concerns in the United States and to further develop relationships with Jewish communities throughout the world.

Series VII: Executive Director contains the reports, correspondence, and subject files of the Executive Director and General Counsel of the American Jewish Congress, Will Maslow, and the Executive Directors Henry Siegman and Philip Baum. Their files include administrative and subject files on a variety of issues, including national and international politics, legislation and legislators, instances of bigotry and intolerance in the United States, and information on international events, terrorism, or advocacy on behalf of Jewish and other religious or racial minorities abroad.

Although Will Maslow was an Executive Director of the American Jewish Congress from 1960-1972, a majority of the material in Subseries A pertains to his tenure as General Counsel rather than as Executive Director. However, given Will Maslow’s prominent influence and continuing active role in the American Jewish Congress, his files represent an integral part of the history of the American Jewish Congress and have been placed in Series VII: Executive Director.

Series VII has a significant increase of material available to researchers, due to a large addition from the second accretion. The series is expanded from the series ‘Report of the Executive Director’ to include the General Counsel files of Will Maslow and the Executive Director files of Henry Siegman and Philip Baum. The series begins with material from Box 13 and then continues with material from the new accretion, Boxes 592-729 and 838.

BoxFolderTitleDate
13 1 Report of the Executive Director May 1946
13 2 Report of the Executive Director 1948
13 3 Report of the Executive Director 1962
13 4 Report of the Executive Director December 1963
13 5 Report of the Executive Director 1964
13 6 Report of the Executive Director 1965
13 7 Report of the Executive Director 1966
13 8 Report of the Executive Director 1967-1968
13 9 Report of the Executive Director 1969
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838 9 Report of the Executive Director 1970
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13 10 Report of the Executive Director 1971
13 11 Report of the Executive Director 1972

Subseries A: Will Maslow, 1942, 1946, 1948-1998

14 Bankers boxes.
Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

Will Maslow (1907-2007) was a prominent civil rights and civil liberties lawyer who established the Commission on Law and Social Action in 1945 and worked to help shape the commission’s aggressive approach of using litigation to establish legal precedents to battle discrimination and anti-Semitism in the United States. He served in a variety of capacities within the American Jewish Congress. In August 1945, Maslow became General Counsel of the American Jewish Congress, and Director of the Commission on Law and Social Action. In 1960, Will Maslow was appointed the Executive Director of American Jewish Congress and remained in the position until 1972. Even after his appointment as Executive Director had ended, Will Maslow continued to serve as General Counsel of the American Jewish Congress until he retired in 1984. After his retirement, he continued to be an advisor to the Commission on Law and Social Action and the Executive Committee as well as editor of the Boycott Report and, later, Radical Islamic Fundamentalism Update.

Will Maslow’s files are a collection of his subject files related to the legal issues surrounding the American Jewish Congress, its non-profit status, the Arab boycott of Israeli goods and services, trends in litigation, religious extremism, and terrorism. The subject files contain correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, reports, and a selection of publications and articles written by Will Maslow. The subseries is arranged alphabetically and, when applicable, chronologically.

BoxFolderTitleDate
592 1 Adjoining building 1985-1986
592 2 Advisory board 1994
592 3 Age discrimination 1984
592 4 Afghanistan 1996
592 5 Afghanistan 1996-1998
592 6 Afghanistan 1997
592 7 Albright, Madeleine 1997
592 8 Algeria 1990-1994
592 9 Algeria 1995
592 10 Algeria 1996-1998
592 11 Algeria 1997
592 12 American-Arab Affairs Council 1982-1984
592 13 American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee 1997
592 14 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 1995-1997
592 15 American Jewish Committee 1993-1997
592 16 American Jewish Congress, auditors 1980-1997
592 17 American Jewish Congress, convention resolutions 1986-1996
592 18 American Jewish Congress, prize at Yale University 1976-1985, 1991
592 19 American Jewish Congress, realty 1971-1984
592 20 American Jewish Congress, Southern California chapter 1988-1989
592 21 American Jewish Historical Society 1987-1988
592 22 American Muslim Council 1993-1997
592 23 Anti-Defamation League 1994-1997
592 24 Anti-Semitism 1992-1997
592 25 Appellate division 1979-1981
592 26 Arab-American Congressmen 1982-1984, 1990
592 27 Arab Anti-Semitism 1979-1986
592 28 Arab Banking Corporation 1996
592 29 Arab Boycott 1977-1997
592 30 Arab Boycott 1992-1997
592 31 Arab League 1980-1994
592 32 Arab Newspapers 1995
592 33 Arabia Monitor 1992-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
593 1 Arafat, Yasser 1995-1996
593 2 Archives of the American Jewish Congress 1931-1943
593 3 Archives of the American Jewish Congress 1981-1988
593 4 Ardsley property 1986-1987
593 5 Argentina 1994-1996
593 6 Arms sales 1994, 1997
593 7 Arnold & Porter 1976
593 8 Articles 1992-1995
593 9 Articles 1995
593 10 Artwork donated by Martin Steinberg 1970-1971
593 11 Assistant secretary 1980
593 12 Attorney registration 1990-1996
593 13 Austin-Mahoney Bill 1947, 1988
593 14 Australia-Israel Review 1994-1997
593 15 Azerbaijan 1996-1997
593 16 Bahrain 1972, 1986-1987, 1992-1996
593 17 Balkans 1992
593 18 Bangladesh 1992-1996
593 19 Banking resolutions 1980, 1992-1994
593 20 Bard, Mitchell 1995
593 21 Baxter International 1990-1993
593 22 Begin-Sadat (BESA) Center for Strategic Studies 1995
593 23 Bigio, Raphael 1993-1997
593 24 Biographical information 1971-1984
593 25 Bomb threat 1984
593 26 Books and publications 1993-1997
593 27 Bosnia 1994-1997
593 28 Briefs 1946
593 29 Britain 1994-1996
593 30 Budgets 1958, 1976-1994
593 31 Budgets 1994-1996
593 32 Business Improvement District 1996
593 33 California Tax Exemption 1973-1991
593 34 Canada Israel Committee 1982-1995
593 35 Center for Prejudice Reduction 1995-1996
593 36 Central Asia 1997-1998
593 37 Central Asian Republics 1994-1997
593 38 Central Intelligence Agency 1997
593 39 Certificate of incorporation 1961-1991
593 40 Certificates 1991-1994
593 41 Chapter liability 1985
593 42 Charitable registration in New York 1954-1977
593 43 Charters 1982-1988
593 44 Chicago Division 1981-1984, 1997
593 45 Christians 1995-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
594 1 Civil Liberties 1994-1995
594 2 “Civil Rights in the United States” 1952
594 3 “Civil Rights Legislation and the Fight for Equality” 1953
594 4 Classified information 1992
594 5 Clayman, David 1994-1995
594 6 Coca-Cola Company 1987-1990, 1993
594 7 Commission on Community Interrelations 1995
594 8 Commission on Law and Legislation Bulletins 1946
594 9 Commission on Law and Legislation Reports 1945-1946
594 10 Conable regulations 1981-1990
594 11 Conable report 1992
594 12 Conable report 1993
594 13 Conable report 1995-1996
594 14 Conable report 1997
594 15 Conference plans 1995-1996
594 16 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) 1995
594 17 Congressional Research Service 1994-1995
594 18 Conoco 1994-1996
594 19 Constitution and by-laws 1951-1976
594 20 Constitution and by-laws 1980-1989
594 21 Constitutional amendments 1980-1981
594 22 Constitutional amendments 1992-1994
594 23 Correspondence 1980-1989
594 24 Correspondence 1990-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
595 1 Correspondence 1996-1997
595 2 Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) 1994-1996
595 3 Council on Foreign Affairs 1994-1997
595 4 “Current Problems in Race Relations” 1950
595 5 D’Amato Bill and Hearings 1995
595 6 Deductibility of expenses 1984-1994
595 7 Deeds of American Jewish Congress 1950
595 8 “De Facto Public School Segregation” 1961
595 9 Democracy and Islam 1995-1996
595 10 Department of Justice 1990
595 11 Department of Treasury 1976-1979
595 12 Department of Treasury 1980-1992
595 13 Directors and officers liability 1982-1983, 1996
595 14 Druze 1995
595 15 Du Pont De Nemours & Co. 1983
595 16 Egypt 1993-1994
595 17 Egypt 1995-1997
595 18 Egypt, clippings 1992-1997
595 19 Election codes 1982, 1988
595 20 Election pools 1968, 1980-1988
595 21 Electoral college 1996
595 22 Elevator 1973
595 23 Emerson, Steve 1994-1995
595 24 Emerson, Steve 1996-1997
595 25 Esposito notes 1994
595 26 Euro Jewish Report 1994
595 27 Executive Committee 1980-1988
595 28 Executive orders 1995-1996
595 29 Exhibition agreement 1978-1979
595 30 Experts 1995-1996
595 31 European Union 1994-1996
595 32 Extremism, general 1991-1993
595 33 Extremism, general 1994-1997
595 34 “Fair Employment Practice Commission: Case History in Parliamentary Maneuver” 1946
595 35 “Fair Procedure in Congressional Investigations: A Proposed Code” 1954
BoxFolderTitleDate
596 1 Farrakhan, Louis 1995-1997
596 2 Federal Admission Taxes 1959
596 3 Federal Bureau of Investigation 1995-1997
596 4 Federal Election Commission 1990-1991
596 5 Federal Election Commission v. Christian Coalition 1996
596 6 Federal Grant Bill 1995
596 7 Fire drills 1986
596 8 Florida lot 1985, 1995
596 9 Foreign affairs 1993-1995
596 10 Foreign oil 1995-1997
596 11 France 1995-1997
596 12 Freedom House 1996
596 13 “Freedom to Travel” 1959
596 14 Fundraising 1973, 1986-1997
596 15 Gaza 1994-1996
596 16 Germany 1994-1997
596 17 Gifts 1983-1984, 1994-1996
596 18 Governance and proxies 1990-1994
596 19 Governing Council 1942, 1988-1993
596 20 Grants 1998
596 21 Group Insurance Programs 1980, 1991
596 22 Gulf States 1994-1995
596 23 Hamas 1988-1993
596 24 Hamas 1994-1997
596 25 Hamas, clippings 1994-1997
596 26 Heritage Foundation 1994
596 27 Hezbollah 1993-1996
596 28 Holy Land Foundation 1993-1996
596 29 Housing Project 1978
596 30 “How Israel Will Be Governed: Analysis of the Draft Constitution” 1948
596 31 Human Rights Watch 1995-1997
596 32 Incorporation 1982, 1986, 1988
596 33 India 1993-1996
596 34 Independence Savings Bank 1994
596 35 Independent Sector 1995-1997
596 36 Indonesia 1995-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
597 1 Indonesia 1996-1998
597 2 Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies 1996
597 3 Institute for Jewish Policy Research 1994-1996
597 4 Insurance policy 1979-1991
597 5 Interim agreement 1995-1996
597 6 Internal Revenue Service, art 1973, 1986-1996
597 7 Internal Revenue Service, audit 1953-1957
597 8 Internal Revenue Service, audit 1968
597 9 Internal Revenue Service, audit 1972-1974
597 10 Internal Revenue Service, audit 1976-1980
597 11 Internal Revenue Service, audit 1985-1988
597 12 Internal Revenue Service, audit 1994-1995
597 13 Internal Revenue Service, audit 1995-1997
597 14 Internal Revenue Service, Chicago audit 1973-1975
597 15 Internal Revenue Service, conventions 1959-1974
597 16 Internal Revenue Service, exemption affidavit 1951
597 17 Internal Revenue Service, Travel Program ruling 1967-1971
597 18 Internal Revenue Service, Travel Program ruling 1974-1980, 1995
597 19 Internal Revenue Service, voting records 1978-1980
597 20 Interns 1983-1984, 1995-1997
597 21 Investment club 1984
597 22 Iran 1994-1995
597 23 Iran 1995
597 24 Iran 1996-1997
597 25 Iran 1996-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
598 1 Iran, clippings 1993-1995
598 2 Iran, clippings 1995-1997
598 3 Iran, clippings 1997-1998
598 4 Iran, constitution 1995-1996
598 5 Iran, containment 1994-1995
598 6 Iraq 1993-1996
598 7 Islamic Association for Palestine 1994-1996
598 8 Islamic Conference 1994-1996
598 9 Islamic Jihad 1994-1996
598 10 Israel 1992-1997
598 11 Israel, clippings 1993-1997
598 12 Japan 1994-1997
598 13 Jerusalem bombing 1997
598 14 Jerusalem Conference of Mayors 1996
598 15 Jewish Congressmen 1995-1996
598 16 Jewish Council for Public Affairs 1997
598 17 Jewish population 1981-1991
598 18 Jews in Arab Lands 1984-1993
598 19 Johnson Fund 1995
598 20 Jordan 1993-1996
598 21 Jordan 1997
598 22 Judaism 1969, 1991, 1993
598 23 Judicial nominations 1988-1990
598 24 Keesing’s Record 1996
598 25 Kurds 1995-1996
598 26 Kuwait 1995-1997
598 27 Landmarks Preservation Commission 1967-1977, 1990
598 28 “The Law and Race Relations” 1946
598 29 Lebanon 1993-1996
598 30 “The Legal Defense of Religious Liberty” 1992
598 31 Libel 1983-1988
598 32 Libya 1993-1996
598 33 Licenses 1981-1983
598 34 Litigation 1987-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
599 1 Lobbying 1973-1980
599 2 Lobbying 1983-1987
599 3 Lobbying Disclosure Act 1993-1997
599 4 Locator 1986
599 5 L’Oreal 1994
599 6 L’Oreal 1994
599 7 L’Oreal 1995
599 8 L’Oreal 1996-1997
599 9 Louise Waterman Wise Hostel 1985-1986, 1993
599 10 Mailing lists 1980, 1991
599 11 Malaysia 1984-1993
599 12 Maps 1977-1993
599 13 Marzook, Mousa Mohammed Abu 1994-1997
599 14 Marzook, Mousa Mohammed Abu, clippings 1995-1997
599 15 Maslow, Abraham 1971-1989
599 16 Membership 1967-1980, 1987
599 17 Membership dues 1971-1988
599 18 Mergers between American Jewish Congress and American Jewish Committee 1993
599 19 Metropolitan Region 1991
599 20 Mexico boycott 1975-1982
599 21 Middle East Mirror 1994-1996
599 22 Middle East Quarterly 1994-1995
599 23 Middle East Trade 1995
599 24 Militia movement 1995
599 25 Miller, Judith 1997
599 26 Missions 1976-1986
599 27 Mission statement 1993
599 28 Missouri, Office of the Attorney General 1997-1998
599 29 Morocco 1994-1997
599 30 Mortgage of American Jewish Congress property 1965, 1986-1997
599 31 Muslim Politics Reports 1996-1997
599 32 Muslim Public Affairs Council 1995-1997
599 33 Muslims, United States 1993-1997
599 34 Muslims, United States, clippings 1993-1997
599 35 Muslim Women’s League 1995-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
600 1 Naftaniel, Ronny 1995
600 2 National commissions 1974, 1985-1988
600 3 National conventions 1980-1996
600 4 National conventions, programs 1974-1990
600 5 National officers 1965, 1974-1992
600 6 Near East Reports 1994-1996
600 7 New England Region Foundation 1996
600 8 New York Not-for-Profit Law 1988-1989
600 9 New York Tax Commission 1979-1981, 1989, 1996
600 10 New Yorker Magazine 1996
600 11 Nidal, Abu 1983-1990
600 12 Nowick, Charlotte 1997
600 13 Office of Anti-Boycott Compliance, Saudi Arabia 1997
600 14 Office of International Banking and Portfolio Investment 1995-1996
600 15 Oklahoma City bombing 1995-1996
600 16 Pakistan 1994-1996
600 17 Pakistan 1997-1998
600 18 Pakistan, clippings 1991-1996
600 19 Palestine 1992-1997
600 20 Palestine, clippings 1980, 1994-1996
600 21 Pamphlet 1980-1987
600 22 Pekelis, Alexander 1980
600 23 Pension funds 1977-1983
600 24 Pennsylvania Lobbying Law 1972-1983
600 25 Pennsylvania tax exemption 1988-1993
600 26 Periodicals 1994-1996
600 27 Philippines 1994-1997
600 28 Photographs 1968
600 29 Pickle Law 1987-1988, 1996
600 30 Political Action Committees, Jewish 1982-1992
600 31 Political and election activity 1987-1997
600 32 Population 1993-1996
600 33 Postage stamps 1981-1986
600 34 Private right of action 1993-1995
600 35 Purchase of real property 1950-1952
600 36 Qatar 1996-1997
600 37 “Race and Religion in American Law” 1949
BoxFolderTitleDate
601 1 Rahman, Omar Ahmad Ali 1993-1995
601 2 Rahman, Omar Ahmad Ali, court documents 1994
601 3 Rand Corporation 1994, 1996
601 4 Radical Islamic Fundamental Update 1995
601 5 Radical Islamic Fundamental Update 1996
601 6 Radical Islamic Fundamental Update 1997
601 7 Radical Islamic Fundamental Update, correspondence 1995-1997
601 8 Real property, New York City Tax Exemption 1988-1994
601 9 Real property, revocation of exemption proposals 1981-1983
601 10 Real property, tax exemption 1988-1997
601 11 Realty transfer tax 1983-1984
601 12 Receipt 1988
601 13 Release forms 1987
601 14 Rental of space 1987
601 15 Reorganization proposal 1980
601 16 “Report of Special Investigating Committee of Council of New York” 1946
601 17 Reporters 1991-1996
601 18 Reporting of charitable contributions 1992
601 19 Requests for 990 tax forms for Islamic organizations 1994-1995
601 20 Roberts Rules 1992
601 21 Rosen, Jack and Phyllis 1993-1997
601 22 Rouleau, Eric 1972-1973
601 23 Royalties 1985
601 24 Sale of Carriage House 1987-1989
601 25 Sales tax 1976-1993
601 26 Sanctions 1997
601 27 Saudi Arabia 1981-1987
601 28 Saudi Arabia 1993-1995
601 29 Saudi Arabia 1996-1997
601 30 Saudi Arabia, clippings 1996-1997
601 31 Schwartz, Seymour 1986-1987
601 32 Security 1972, 1985, 1990
601 33 Security and Exchange Commission 1976-1990
601 34 Shareholders project 1977-1983
601 35 Somalia 1996
601 36 “Sources of Racial and Religious Tensions in New York City” 1969
BoxFolderTitleDate
602 1 “Sources of Racial and Religious Tensions in New York City” 1969
602 2 Spain 1984-1990
602 3 Standard Chartered Bank of London 1978-1987
602 4 State Department 1983-1997
602 5 Statement 1948
602 6 Statement 1951
602 7 State trade pacts with Israel 1989
602 8 Statute of limitations 1983
602 9 Stauffer, Thomas 1985-1986
602 10 Stephen S. Wise Awards 1970, 1990
602 11 Stiba Foundation 1983-1987
602 12 “The Struggle against the Arab Boycott: A Case History” 1977
602 13 Students 1976-1994
602 14 “Study Papers on the Churches and American Tax Policies” 1960
602 15 Subaru Corporation 1987-1988
602 16 Sudan 1993-1994
602 17 Sudan 1995-1997
602 18 Sudan, clippings 1992-1997
602 19 Sumitomo Bank 1989, 1991
602 20 Sweden 1977-1992
602 21 Switzerland 1976-1989
602 22 Synthetic fuels 1983-1985
602 23 Syrian Jews 1989-1992
602 24 Syria 1990-1992
602 25 Syria 1994-1997
602 26 Tajikistan 1996-1997
602 27 Taliban 1996-1997
602 28 Tankers 1989
602 29 Tax substantiation 1994
602 30 Tax exemption, Federal 1980, 1987-1988, 1997
602 31 Tax exemption for foreign governments 1986
602 32 Telephone contract 1980-1983
602 33 Telecommunications 1982
602 34 Television and radio coverage 1977-1982
602 35 Templeton Prize 1986-1988
602 36 Terrorism 1986-1994
602 37 Terrorism 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
603 1 Terrorism 1995
603 2 Terrorism 1995
603 3 Terrorism 1996-1997
603 4 Terrorism, British Law 1978-1979, 1989, 1995
603 5 Terrorism, clippings 1992-1998
603 6 Terrorism, legislation 1995
603 7 Terrorism, legislation 1995
603 8 Terrorism, legislation 1995
603 9 Terrorism, legislation 1996
603 10 Terrorism, legislation 1996
603 11 Teva International 1991-1992
603 12 Texaco Incorporated 1988-1990
603 13 Theft 1979-1983
603 14 Thomas Cook Travelers Cheques 1980-1982
603 15 TIAA-CREF 1993-1996
603 16 Time Magazine 1990-1991
603 17 Toshiba Corporation 1988-1990
603 18 Toshiba Corporation 1991
603 19 Tour Department 1988-1989, 1998
603 20 Toyota Corporation 1981-1991
603 21 Toys ‘R Us 1983, 1994
603 22 Trade union rights 1995-1996
603 23 Trane Company 1978-1983
603 24 Transplants 1985-1986
603 25 Trans State Islam 1995
603 26 Trans World Airways 1980
603 27 Triad Corporation 1976, 1985
603 28 Trump, Donald 1988
603 29 Trustees 1992-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
604 1 Tunisia 1992-1997
604 2 Turkey 1982-1990
604 3 Turkey 1991-1995
604 4 Turkey 1996-1997
604 5 Turkey 1997-1998
604 6 Turkey, clippings 1996-1997
604 7 Turkey, clippings 1996-1997
604 8 Turkey, clippings 1997-1998
604 9 Underwriting 1975-1982
604 10 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 1981-1985
604 11 Unilever Company 1987-1988
604 12 Unions 1976-1977
604 13 Union contracts 1984, 1988
604 14 Union of American Hebrew Congregations 1976-1984
604 15 Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations 1977, 1991
604 16 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) 1986-1992
604 17 United Arab Emirates 1982-1997
604 18 United Jewish Appeal suit 1983-1985
604 19 United Kingdom 1977-1984
604 20 United Nations 1984-1993
604 21 United Nations, voting 1988-1991
604 22 United Palestine Appeal 1980-1982
604 23 United States Army Corps of Engineers 1976-1982, 1991
604 24 United States contractors 1976-1982
604 25 United States Trade Statistics 1977-1997
604 26 UniTours 1980-1981
604 27 University Disclosure Act 1975-1979
604 28 University Disclosure Act 1980-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
605 1 University Disclosure Act, American University 1985
605 2 University Disclosure Act, Arizona 1983-1987
605 3 University Disclosure Act, California 1983-1987
605 4 University Disclosure Act, Connecticut 1984-1985
605 5 University Disclosure Act, Duke University 1986-1987
605 6 University Disclosure Act, Enforcement 1987-1990
605 7 University Disclosure Act, Florida 1984-1988
605 8 University Disclosure Act, Illinois 1983-1987
605 9 University Disclosure Act, Maryland 1984-1987
605 10 University Disclosure Act, Massachusetts 1983
605 11 University Disclosure Act, Michigan 1984-1989
605 12 University Disclosure Act, Missouri 1981-1985
605 13 University Disclosure Act, model bill 1984
605 14 University Disclosure Act, New Jersey 1984-1988
605 15 University Disclosure Act, New York 1981-1988
605 16 University Disclosure Act, Ohio 1985-1988
605 17 University Disclosure Act, other states 1986-1993
605 18 University Disclosure Act, Pennsylvania 1985-1988
605 19 University Disclosure Act, Texas 1983-1986
605 20 University Disclosure Act, Virginia 1984
605 21 University of Toronto 1982
605 22 “The Use of Law in the Struggle against Bigotry” 1955
605 23 “The Use of Law in the Struggle for Equality” 1954-1955
605 24 “Use of Mass Media of Communication for Community Relation Purposes” 1956
605 25 Vance, Cyrus 1977
605 26 Vatican 1984, 1993-1997
605 27 Visas 1980-1983
605 28 Volunteers 1976, 1981, 1988
605 29 Vuitton, Louis 1990
605 30 Walinsky Study 1979
605 31 Wall Street Journal 1976-1984
605 32 Wang Europe 1989
605 33 Washington Institute for Near East Policy 1995-1997
605 34 Water in Middle East 1987-1989, 1995-1996
605 35 Wayne State University 1973-1984
605 36 Weill, Raymond 1986
605 37 Wells Fargo Bank 1993
605 38 West Law 1989
605 39 Weston, Lewis 1979-1982
605 40 White House 1997
605 41 White List 1977, 1990-1993
605 42 Wirth Bill 1991-1993
605 43 Wolf Brandenberger, A. G. 1984-1985
605 44 World Airways 1975, 1985
605 45 World Health Organization 1974-1979
605 46 World Jewish Congress 1985-1997
605 47 World Jewish Congress, rules 1975-1981
605 48 World Trade Center 1994-1997
605 49 Xerox Corporation 1982-1986
605 50 Yemen 1978, 1993-1997
605 51 Yousef, Ramzi Ahmed 1993-1996
605 52 Zenith Electronic Corporation 1990-1991
605 53 Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) 1983, 1996-1997
605 54 Zirkind, Harlow 1995-1996

Subseries B: Henry Siegman, 1941-1946, 1949-1968, 1971-1998

78 Bankers boxes.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical correspondence arranged by year, file copies of correspondence arranged chronologically, and other correspondence arranged chronologically. Subject files arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

Henry Siegman was Executive Director of the American Jewish Congress from October 1978 to April 1993. Henry Siegman was born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1931. He earned an undergraduate degree at the New School for Social Research and was also ordained as a rabbi before serving in the military and being decorated with the Bronze Star as a chaplain in the United States Army during the Korean War. Prior to his appointment as Executive Director of the American Jewish Congress, Mr. Siegman served in leadership roles at the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, Synagogue Council of America, American Association for Middle East Studies, and Interreligious Studies Executive Committee.

During his time as Executive Director of the American Jewish Congress, Siegman often commented on international affairs and focused much attention on the plight of Jews and other religious minorities in foreign countries, including Poland, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Turkey, Ethiopia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. His opinion pieces and letters to the editor have been featured in the New York Times, Washington Times, Jewish Week, Jewish World, Forward, Jerusalem Post, Haaretz as well as other American and Israeli news publications.

As a member of American Jewish Congress delegates, Henry Siegman travelled and met with prominent leaders in Europe, Russia, and the Middle East in an effort to safeguard the rights of Jews and other religious minorities. On numerous occasions, Henry Siegman attempted to provide advice to Middle Eastern and Israeli leaders and facilitate greater reconciliation between Arab countries and Israel. In 1993, after completing his appointment as Executive Director, Siegman became a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Affairs.

The Executive Director files of Henry Siegman contain correspondence, telephone messages, handwritten notes, meeting minutes, newspaper and magazine clippings, photocopies, reports, and some publications and photographs. The series consists of correspondence and subject files. Siegman’s correspondence have been arranged to include three major overlapping groups of correspondence. First, the alphabetical correspondence (Boxes 606-613) is internally arranged by year, from 1979-1994. Second, colored file copies of correspondence (Boxes 613-619) is further arranged by month and year. Third, chronological correspondence (Boxes 619-622) spans from 1979-1994. Although duplicates were weeded as part of processing the new accretion, there may be overlap in the Siegman’s correspondence.

Moreover, Siegman's files were not fully separated into administrative and subject-related material. Many files contain material of both administrative and subject-related in nature. Consequently, the Executive Director material in Subseries B has not been divided into administrative and subject files. The administrative and subject files have been arranged together alphabetically and contain material related to the American Jewish Congress and the interests of Henry Siegman, both national and international. Please consult the correspondence files for additional material on the subject-related files.

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606 1 Correspondence A-D 1979
606 2 Correspondence E-I 1979
606 3 Correspondence J-N 1979
606 4 Correspondence O-Z 1979
606 5 Correspondence A-D 1983
606 6 Correspondence E-I 1983
606 7 Correspondence J-M 1983
606 8 Correspondence N-R 1983
606 9 Correspondence S-Z 1983
606 10 Correspondence A-D 1984
606 11 Correspondence E-I 1984
606 12 Correspondence J-M 1984
606 13 Correspondence N-R 1984
606 14 Correspondence S-Z 1984
606 15 Correspondence A-D 1985
606 16 Correspondence E-I 1985
606 17 Correspondence J-M 1985
606 18 Correspondence N-R 1985
606 19 Correspondence S-Z 1985
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607 1 Correspondence A-D 1986
607 2 Correspondence E-I 1986
607 3 Correspondence J-M 1986
607 4 Correspondence N-R 1986
607 5 Correspondence S-Z 1986
607 6 Correspondence A-B 1987
607 7 Correspondence C-G 1987
607 8 Correspondence H-L 1987
607 9 Correspondence M-P 1987
607 10 Correspondence Q-S 1987
607 11 Correspondence T-Z 1987
607 12 Correspondence A-C 1988
607 13 Correspondence D-G 1988
607 14 Correspondence H-K 1988
607 15 Correspondence L-M 1988
607 16 Correspondence N-R 1988
607 17 Correspondence S-Z 1988
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608 1 Correspondence A-B 1989
608 2 Correspondence C-D 1989
608 3 Correspondence E-G 1989
608 4 Correspondence H-J 1989
608 5 Correspondence K 1989
608 6 Correspondence L-M 1989
608 7 Correspondence N-P 1989
608 8 Correspondence Q-R 1989
608 9 Correspondence S January-May 1989
608 10 Correspondence S June-December 1989
608 11 Correspondence T-Z 1989
608 12 Correspondence A-B 1990
608 13 Correspondence C 1990
608 14 Correspondence D-F 1990
608 15 Correspondence G 1990
608 16 Correspondence H-J 1990
608 17 Correspondence K 1990
608 18 Correspondence L 1990
608 19 Correspondence M 1990
608 20 Correspondence N 1990
608 21 Correspondence O-P 1990
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609 1 Correspondence Q-R 1990
609 2 Correspondence S January-April 1990
609 3 Correspondence S May-December 1990
609 4 Correspondence T-V 1990
609 5 Correspondence W-Z 1990
609 6 Correspondence A 1991
609 7 Correspondence B 1991
609 8 Correspondence C 1991
609 9 Correspondence D-E 1991
609 10 Correspondence F 1991
609 11 Correspondence G 1991
609 12 Correspondence H 1991
609 13 Correspondence I-J 1991
609 14 Correspondence K 1991
609 15 Correspondence L 1991
609 16 Correspondence M 1991
609 17 Correspondence N-O 1991
609 18 Correspondence P-R 1991
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610 1 Correspondence S January-May 1991
610 2 Correspondence S June-September 1991
610 3 Correspondence S October-December 1991
610 4 Correspondence T-V 1991
610 5 Correspondence W-Z 1991
610 6 Correspondence A 1992
610 7 Correspondence B January-May 1992
610 8 Correspondence B June-December 1992
610 9 Correspondence C 1992
610 10 Correspondence D 1992
610 11 Correspondence E 1992
610 12 Correspondence F 1992
610 13 Correspondence G 1992
610 14 Correspondence H 1992
610 15 Correspondence I-J 1992
610 16 Correspondence K 1992
610 17 Correspondence L 1992
610 18 Correspondence M 1992
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611 1 Correspondence N 1992
611 2 Correspondence O 1992
611 3 Correspondence P 1992
611 4 Correspondence Q-R 1992
611 5 Correspondence S January-March 1992
611 6 Correspondence S April-May 1992
611 7 Correspondence S June-August 1992
611 8 Correspondence S September-December 1992
611 9 Correspondence T-V 1992
611 10 Correspondence W-Z 1992
611 11 Correspondence A 1993
611 12 Correspondence B 1993
611 13 Correspondence C 1993
611 14 Correspondence D 1993
611 15 Correspondence E 1993
611 16 Correspondence F 1993
611 17 Correspondence G 1993
611 18 Correspondence H 1993
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612 1 Correspondence I-J 1993
612 2 Correspondence K 1993
612 3 Correspondence L 1993
612 4 Correspondence M 1993
612 5 Correspondence N 1993
612 6 Correspondence O 1993
612 7 Correspondence P 1993
612 8 Correspondence Q-R 1993
612 9 Correspondence S January-May 1993
612 10 Correspondence S June-August 1993
612 11 Correspondence S September-December 1993
612 12 Correspondence T-V 1993
612 13 Correspondence W-Z 1993
612 14 Correspondence A 1994
612 15 Correspondence B 1994
612 16 Correspondence C 1994
612 17 Correspondence D-F 1994
612 18 Correspondence G 1994
612 19 Correspondence H-J 1994
612 20 Correspondence K-L 1994
612 21 Correspondence M-O 1994
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613 1 Correspondence P 1994
613 2 Correspondence Q-R 1994
613 3 Correspondence S 1994
613 4 Correspondence T-Z 1994
613 5 Pink copies of all correspondence January 1983
613 6 Pink copies of all correspondence February 1983
613 7 Pink copies of all correspondence March 1983
613 8 Pink copies of all correspondence April 1983
613 9 Pink copies of all correspondence May 1983
613 10 Pink copies of all correspondence June 1983
613 11 Pink copies of all correspondence July 1983
613 12 Pink copies of all correspondence August 1983
613 13 Pink copies of all correspondence September 1983
613 14 Pink copies of all correspondence October 1983
613 15 Pink copies of all correspondence November 1983
613 16 Pink copies of all correspondence December 1983
613 17 Pink copies of all correspondence January 1984
613 18 Pink copies of all correspondence February 1984
613 19 Pink copies of all correspondence March 1984
613 20 Pink copies of all correspondence April 1984
613 21 Pink copies of all correspondence May 1984
613 22 Pink copies of all correspondence June 1984
613 23 Pink copies of all correspondence July 1984
613 24 Pink copies of all correspondence August-September 1984
613 25 Pink copies of all correspondence October 1984
613 26 Pink copies of all correspondence November 1984
613 27 Pink copies of all correspondence December 1984
613 28 Pink copies of all correspondence January 1985
613 29 Pink copies of all correspondence February 1985
613 30 Pink copies of all correspondence March 1985
613 31 Pink copies of all correspondence April 1985
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614 1 Yellow copies of all correspondence May 1985
614 2 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1985
614 3 Yellow copies of all correspondence July 1985
614 4 Yellow copies of all correspondence August 1985
614 5 Yellow copies of all correspondence September 1985
614 6 Yellow copies of all correspondence October 1985
614 7 Yellow copies of all correspondence November 1985
614 8 Yellow copies of all correspondence December 1985
614 9 Yellow copies of all correspondence January 1986
614 10 Yellow copies of all correspondence February 1986
614 11 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1986
614 12 Yellow copies of all correspondence April 1986
614 13 Yellow copies of all correspondence May 1986
614 14 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1986
614 15 Yellow copies of all correspondence July 1986
614 16 Yellow copies of all correspondence August 1986
614 17 Yellow copies of all correspondence September 1986
614 18 Yellow copies of all correspondence October 1986
614 19 Yellow copies of all correspondence November 1986
614 20 Yellow copies of all correspondence December 1986
614 21 Yellow copies of all correspondence January 1987
614 22 Yellow copies of all correspondence February 1987
614 23 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1987
614 24 Yellow copies of all correspondence April 1987
614 25 Yellow copies of all correspondence May 1987
614 26 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1987
614 27 Yellow copies of all correspondence July 1987
614 28 Yellow copies of all correspondence August 1987
614 29 Yellow copies of all correspondence September 1987
614 30 Yellow copies of all correspondence October 1987
614 31 Yellow copies of all correspondence November 1987
614 32 Yellow copies of all correspondence December 1987
614 33 Yellow copies of all correspondence January 1988
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615 1 Yellow copies of all correspondence February 1988
615 2 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1988
615 3 Yellow copies of all correspondence April 1988
615 4 Yellow copies of all correspondence May 1988
615 5 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1988
615 6 Yellow copies of all correspondence July 1988
615 7 Yellow copies of all correspondence August 1988
615 8 Yellow copies of all correspondence September 1988
615 9 Yellow copies of all correspondence October 1988
615 10 Yellow copies of all correspondence November 1988
615 11 Yellow copies of all correspondence December 1988
615 12 Yellow copies of all correspondence January 1989
615 13 Yellow copies of all correspondence February 1989
615 14 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1989
615 15 Yellow copies of all correspondence April 1989
615 16 Yellow copies of all correspondence May 1989
615 17 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1989
615 18 Yellow copies of all correspondence July 1989
615 19 Yellow copies of all correspondence August 1989
615 20 Yellow copies of all correspondence September 1989
615 21 Yellow copies of all correspondence October 9189
615 22 Yellow copies of all correspondence November 1989
615 23 Yellow copies of all correspondence December 1989
615 24 Yellow copies of all correspondence January 1990
615 25 Yellow copies of all correspondence February 1990
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616 1 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1990
616 2 Yellow copies of all correspondence April 1990
616 3 Yellow copies of all correspondence May 1990
616 4 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1990
616 5 Yellow copies of all correspondence July 1990
616 6 Yellow copies of all correspondence August 1990
616 7 Yellow copies of all correspondence September 1990
616 8 Yellow copies of all correspondence October 1990
616 9 Yellow copies of all correspondence November 1990
616 10 Yellow copies of all correspondence December 1990
616 11 Yellow copies of all correspondence January 1991
616 12 Yellow copies of all correspondence February 1991
616 13 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1991
616 14 Yellow copies of all correspondence April 1991
616 15 Yellow copies of all correspondence May 1991
616 16 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1991
616 17 Yellow copies of all correspondence July 1991
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617 1 Yellow copies of all correspondence August 1991
617 2 Yellow copies of all correspondence August-September 1991
617 3 Yellow copies of all correspondence October 1991
617 4 Yellow copies of all correspondence November 1991
617 5 Yellow copies of all correspondence December 1991
617 6 Yellow copies of all correspondence January 1992
617 7 Yellow copies of all correspondence February 1992
617 8 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1992
617 9 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1992
617 10 Yellow copies of all correspondence April 1992
617 11 Yellow copies of all correspondence May 1992
617 12 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1992
617 13 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1992
617 14 Yellow copies of all correspondence July 1992
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618 1 Yellow copies of all correspondence August 1992
618 2 Yellow copies of all correspondence September 1992
618 3 Yellow copies of all correspondence October 1992
618 4 Yellow copies of all correspondence November 1992
618 5 Yellow copies of all correspondence December 1992
618 6 Yellow copies of all correspondence January 1993
618 7 Yellow copies of all correspondence February 1993
618 8 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1993
618 9 Yellow copies of all correspondence April 1993
618 10 Yellow copies of all correspondence May 1993
618 11 Yellow copies of all correspondence June 1993
618 12 Yellow copies of all correspondence July 1993
618 13 Yellow copies of all correspondence August 1993
618 14 Yellow copies of all correspondence September 1993
618 15 Yellow copies of all correspondence October 1993
618 16 Yellow copies of all correspondence November 1993
618 17 Yellow copies of all correspondence December 1993
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619 1 Yellow copies of all correspondence January 1994
619 2 Yellow copies of all correspondence February 1994
619 3 Yellow copies of all correspondence March 1994
619 4 Yellow copies of all correspondence April 1994
619 5 Yellow copies of all correspondence May-July 1994
619 6 Correspondence 1979-1981
619 7 Correspondence 1982
619 8 Correspondence 1983
619 9 Correspondence 1984
619 10 Correspondence 1985
619 11 Correspondence 1986
619 12 Correspondence 1986
619 13 Correspondence January-May 1987
619 14 Correspondence June 1987
619 15 Correspondence July 1987
619 16 Correspondence August-September 1987
619 17 Correspondence October-December 1987
619 18 Correspondence January 1988
619 19 Correspondence February 1988
619 20 Correspondence March 1988
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620 1 Correspondence April-May 1988
620 2 Correspondence June-July 1988
620 3 Correspondence August-October 1988
620 4 Correspondence November-December 1988
620 5 Correspondence 1988-1989
620 6 Correspondence January-February 1989
620 7 Correspondence March-June 1989
620 8 Correspondence July 1989
620 9 Correspondence August 1989
620 10 Correspondence September-October 1989
620 11 Correspondence November-December 1989
620 12 Correspondence 1989-1990
620 13 Correspondence 1989-1993
620 14 Correspondence 1990
620 15 Correspondence 1990
620 16 Correspondence 1990
620 17 Correspondence 1990
620 18 Correspondence 1990
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621 1 Correspondence 1990-1991
621 2 Correspondence 1991
621 3 Correspondence 1991
621 4 Correspondence 1991
621 5 Correspondence 1991-1992
621 6 Correspondence 1991-1992
621 7 Correspondence 1992
621 8 Correspondence 1992
621 9 Correspondence 1993
621 10 Correspondence 1993
621 11 Correspondence 1993
621 12 Correspondence 1993
621 13 Correspondence 1993
621 14 Correspondence 1993
621 15 Correspondence 1993-1994
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622 1 Correspondence 1993-1994
622 2 Correspondence 1994
622 3 Correspondence 1994
622 4 Correspondence 1994
622 5 Correspondence 1994
622 6 Correspondence 1994
622 7 AB Data Direct Mailing, apartheid 1986
622 8 AB Data Direct Mailing, Arab influence 1984-1986
622 9 AB Data Direct Mailing, campaign reports 1984-1985
622 10 AB Data Direct Mailing, campaign reports 1985-1986
622 11 AB Data Direct Mailing, church and state 1984-1986
622 12 AB Data Direct Mailing, church and state update rollout 1986
622 13 AB Data Direct Mailing, client list 1987
622 14 AB Data Direct Mailing, confidential proposal 1987
622 15 AB Data Direct Mailing, contracts 1984-1987
622 16 AB Data Direct Mailing, cost estimates 1984-1987
622 17 AB Data Direct Mailing, crèche retest 1987
622 18 AB Data Direct Mailing, data transition 1986-1987
622 19 AB Data Direct Mailing, duplication 1985
622 20 AB Data Direct Mailing, electing Christians to public office 1987
622 21 AB Data Direct Mailing, examples 1984-1986
622 22 AB Data Direct Mailing, general correspondence 1984-1985
622 23 AB Data Direct Mailing, general correspondence 1984-1986
622 24 AB Data Direct Mailing, general correspondence 1987-1988
622 25 AB Data Direct Mailing, general correspondence 1990-1994
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623 1 AB Data Direct Mailing, international travel program 1987
623 2 AB Data Direct Mailing, lists 1984
623 3 AB Data Direct Mailing, lists 1985
623 4 AB Data Direct Mailing, lists 1985-1986
623 5 AB Data Direct Mailing, lists 1986
623 6 AB Data Direct Mailing, Manion nomination 1986
623 7 AB Data Direct Mailing, membership 1986-1987
623 8 AB Data Direct Mailing, original executed contract 1984
623 9 AB Data Direct Mailing, PLO special appeal 1987
623 10 AB Data Direct Mailing, political survey 1984
623 11 AB Data Direct Mailing, Pope John Paul II 1987
623 12 AB Data Direct Mailing, renewals 1985-1986
623 13 AB Data Direct Mailing, renewals 1986-1987
623 14 AB Data Direct Mailing, reports 1986-1987
623 15 AB Data Direct Mailing, responses 1986
623 16 AB Data Direct Mailing, Robertson 1986-1987
623 17 AB Data Direct Mailing, special appeal on the religious right 1984-1986
623 18 AB Data Direct Mailing, special appeals 1985-1986
623 19 AB Data Direct Mailing, Suffolk County anti-Semitism 1987
623 20 AB Data Direct Mailing, telemarketing and Jewish Satellite Network 1986-1987
623 21 AB Data Direct Mailing, test mailing 1985-1986
623 22 AB Data Direct Mailing, Tikkun Magazine 1987
623 23 AB Data Direct Mailing, trade status report 1985-1986
623 24 AB Data Direct Mailing, travel to Israel 1986
623 25 Abortion and reproductive choice statements 1976, 1978, 1981, 1990
623 26 Abortion and reproductive choice 1975, 1980-1984
623 27 Abortion and reproductive choice 1985-1989
623 28 Abortion and reproductive choice 1990-1994
623 29 The Abraham Fund 1992-1993
623 30 Accounting 1985-1995
623 31 Accounting manual for regional offices 1980-1981
623 32 Accounting recap 1987-1994
623 33 Addresses, foreign 1989-1992
623 34 Administrative Committee meetings 1980-1983
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624 1 Advances and expense refunds 1986-1987
624 2 Advances and expense refunds 1988-1989
624 3 Advances and expense refunds 1990-1992
624 4 Advances and expense refunds 1993-1994
624 5 Advertisements 1981-1995
624 6 Affirmative Action 1972-1973
624 7 Affirmative Action 1986-1991
624 8 African-American Conference, Cairo, Egypt 1991
624 9 American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee 1985-1991
624 10 American Association for Middle East Studies 1962-1965
624 11 American Enterprise Institute 1973-1986
624 12 American Express 1982-1994
624 13 Americans for Peace Now 1992-1993
624 14 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 1982-1987
624 15 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 1988-1989
624 16 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 1990-1991
624 17 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 1992-1994
624 18 American-Israeli High School Program 1988-1989
624 19 American-Israeli Sephardi Leadership Exchange Program 1988
624 20 American-Israeli Sephardi Leadership Exchange Program 1989-1992
624 21 American-Israeli Sephardi Student Exchange Program 1989
624 22 American Jewish Committee 1986-1993
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625 1 American Jewish Committee, reports 1986-1992
625 2 American Jewish Community 1990-1993
625 3 American Jewish Congress, chapters 1989-1992
625 4 American Jewish Congress, 70th Anniversary 1987-1988
625 5 American Jewish Congress, 75th Anniversary 1992-1993
625 6 American Jewish Congress, statement of purpose 1993
625 7 American Jewish World Services 1985-1991
625 8 Amnesty International 1992
625 9 Analysis of membership 1983-1990
625 10 Anti-Defamation League 1984-1989
625 11 Anti-Defamation League 1990-1994
625 12 Anti-Semitic Statement, Saudi Arabian Representative 1985
625 12 Anti-Semitism 1983-1988
625 13 Anti-Semitism 1989-1990
625 14 Anti-Semitism 1992
625 15 Anti-Semitism 1993
625 13 Anti-Semitism, articles 1941-1946
625 14 Anti-Semitism, articles 1949-1965
625 15 Anti-Semitism, Rutgers University Conference 1983
625 16 “An Open Letter on Anti-Semitism” 1990-1991
625 17 Responses to Open Letter on Anti-Semitism 1990
625 18 Anti-Semitism (Crown Heights) 1991-1993
625 19 Anti-Semitism (Crown Heights) 1992-1993
625 20 Anti-Semitism (Europe) 1991-1992
625 21 Anti-Semitism (Leonard Jeffries) 1991
625 22 Anti-Semitism (Skinheads) 1993
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626 1 Appointment calendar 1983-1988
626 2 Appointment calendar 1989-1991
626 3 Arab American Institute 1991-1992
626 4 Arab Anti-Semitism 1986
626 5 Arab Boycott 1983-1991
626 6 Arab Boycott 1992-1994
626 7 Arab Boycott (Baxter Case) 1990-1994
626 8 Arab Boycott (Japan) 1986-1991
626 9 Arab influence in United States Congress 1983-1984
626 10 Arab-Israeli conflict, clippings 1980-1981
626 11 Argentinean Jewry 1981
626 12 Arms sales 1986-1991
626 13 Articles 1962-1972
626 14 Articles 1973-1979
626 15 Articles 1980-1982
626 16 Articles 1983-1984
626 17 Articles 1985
626 18 Articles 1986
626 19 Articles 1987
626 20 Articles 1988
626 21 Articles 1989
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627 1 Articles 1990
627 2 Articles 1991
627 3 Articles 1991
627 4 Articles 1992
627 5 Articles 1992
627 6 Articles 1993
627 7 Articles 1993
627 8 Articles 1994
627 9 Assistant to Executive Director 1985-1987
627 10 Association for Demographic Policy of the Jewish People 1991-1993
627 11 Association of Reform Zionists of America 1992
627 12 Audit 1982-1983
627 13 Australasian Union of Jewish Students 1991-1993
627 14 AWACS Shareholders’ Project 1980-1981
627 15 Balanced Federal Budget 1979-1993
627 16 Barbados Synagogue Restoration Fund 1986-1987
627 17 Baum, Phil, letters to editors 1994-1996
627 18 Berger, Paul 1985-1991
627 19 Biennial Convention 1991-1992
627 20 Biennial Convention 1992
627 21 Biennial Convention 1993-1994
627 22 Biennial Convention 1994
627 23 Bikel, Theodore 1982, 1986, 1992
627 24 Bilingual education 1985-1986
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628 1 Bitburg visit 1985
628 2 Bitburg visit 1985
628 3 Black-Jewish relations 1946-1952
628 4 Black-Jewish relations 1966-1976
628 5 Black-Jewish relations 1979-1980
628 6 Black-Jewish relations 1980-1989
628 7 Black-Jewish relations 1983-1986
628 8 Black-Jewish relations 1987-1991
628 9 Black-Jewish relations 1992
628 10 Black-Jewish relations 1993-1994
628 11 Black Media Project 1977-1985
628 12 Board of Trustees 1980-1981
628 13 Board of Trustees 1982-1984
628 14 Board of Trustees 1986-1989
628 15 Board of Trustees 1989
628 16 Board of Trustees 1991-1992
628 17 Board of Trustees 1993-1994
628 18 Bosnia and the Holocaust 1993
628 19 Boycott Report 1983-1993
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629 1 Brookings Institute 1987-1988
629 2 Brown, Sam 1992
629 3 Bruner Foundation 1979-1986
629 4 Bruner Foundation 1982-1984
629 5 Buchanan, Patrick 1990-1993
629 6 Budget 1971-1974
629 7 Budget 1982
629 8 Budget 1983
629 9 Budget 1983
629 10 Budget 1984
629 11 Budget 1984
629 12 Budget January-May 1985
629 13 Budget June-December 1985
629 14 Budget 1985-1986
629 15 Budget January-May 1986
629 16 Budget June-December 1986
629 17 Budget 1987
629 18 Budget 1987
629 19 Budget 1988
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630 1 Budget 1989
630 2 Budget 1990
630 3 Working papers for budget 1990
630 4 Budget 1990-1991
630 5 Budget 1991
630 6 Budget 1992
630 7 Budget 1993
630 8 Budget 1994
630 9 Budget Committee 1973-1979
630 10 Building administration and maintenance 1979-1984
630 11 Building administration and maintenance 1985-1990
630 12 Building Advisory Committee on sale of building 1986-1989
630 13 Building Advisory Committee on sale of building 1989-1993
630 14 Building renovations 1983
630 15 Building renovations 1988
630 16 Building renovations 1989-1990
630 17 Building renovations 1990
630 18 Bush, George H. W. 1991-1992
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631 1 Calendar 1989-1990
631 2 Calendar 1990-1993
631 3 Calendar 1991-1992
631 4 Calendar 1992
631 5 Calendar 1993
631 6 Cards 1988
631 7 Carmelite Convent 1986-1988
631 8 Carmelite Convent 1989
631 9 Carmelite Convent 1990-1992
631 10 Car service 1985-1993
631 11 Cash balance 1985-1989
631 12 Center for United Nations Reform Education 1983
631 13 Center for Middle East Peace and Economic Cooperation 1992
631 14 Central and East European Law Initiative 1992
631 15 Christian-Jewish relations 1971-1979
631 16 Christian-Jewish relations 1971-1986
631 17 Christian-Jewish relations 1980-1984
631 18 Christian-Jewish relations 1985-1986
631 19 Christian-Jewish relations 1987
631 20 Christian-Jewish relations 1988-1989
631 21 Christian-Jewish relations 1990-1991
631 22 Christian-Jewish relations 1992-1994
631 23 Christian-Jewish relations (resources) 1981-1986
631 24 Church and State Committee 1952, 1963-1967
631 25 Church and state 1984-1993
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632 1 Churchill Communications 1990
632 2 Citizen Action Network 1985-1987
632 3 City Harvest 1986
632 4 Civil rights 1983-1993
632 5 Civil Rights Commission appointments 1983
632 6 Clinton, Bill 1992-1994
632 7 Clippings 1979-1993
632 8 Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life 1994
632 9 Code of practices to prevent sexual harassment 1991
632 10 College outreach proposal 1981-1982
632 11 Commission appointments 1982-1983
632 12 Commission for Women’s Equality 1984
632 13 Commission for Women’s Equality 1985
632 14 Commission for Women’s Equality 1986
632 15 Commission for Women’s Equality 1987
632 16 Commission for Women’s Equality 1988-1989
632 17 Commission for Women’s Equality 1990-1991
632 18 Commission for Women’s Equality 1992
632 19 Commission for Women’s Equality 1993
632 20 Commission for Women’s Equality 1994
632 21 Commission for Women’s Equality, clippings 1985-1992
632 22 Commission for Women’s Equality, reports 1978-1980
632 23 Commission on International Affairs 1980-1984
632 24 Commission on International Affairs 1985-1986
632 25 Commission on International Affairs 1987
632 26 Commission on International Affairs 1988
632 27 Commission on International Affairs 1989-1990
632 28 Commission on International Affairs 1991-1992
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633 1 Commission on International Affairs, Africa 1992-1993
633 2 Commission on International Affairs, Austria 1988-1991
633 3 Commission on International Affairs, Bosnia 1991-1992
633 4 Commission on International Affairs, Bosnia 1992
633 5 Commission on International Affairs, Bosnia 1993
633 6 Commission on International Affairs, Bosnia 1993
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663 7 Commission on International Affairs, Bosnia 1993
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633 8 Commission on International Affairs, Bosnia 1993
633 9 Commission on International Affairs, Bosnia 1994
633 10 Commission on International Affairs, Bosnia clippings 1991-1993
633 11 Commission on International Affairs, Bulgaria 1991-1993
633 12 Commission on International Affairs, Central America 1985-1988
633 13 Commission on International Affairs, Central and South America 1991-1994
633 14 Commission on International Affairs, China 1989-1993
633 15 Commission on International Affairs, Egypt 1985-1990
633 16 Commission on International Affairs, Egypt 1992-1994
633 17 Commission on International Affairs, Europe 1990-1993
633 18 Commission on International Affairs, Germany 1990-1991
633 19 Commission on International Affairs, Germany 1992
633 20 Commission on International Affairs, Germany 1993-1994
633 21 Commission on International Affairs, Greece 1986-1990
633 22 Commission on International Affairs, Haiti 1991-1994
633 23 Commission on International Affairs, Hungary 1989-1993
633 24 Commission on International Affairs, India 1991-1992
633 25 Commission on International Affairs, Iran 1991, 1993
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634 1 Commission on International Affairs, Iraq 1988-1991
634 2 Commission on International Affairs, Israel 1980, 1989, 1993
634 3 Commission on International Affairs, Italy 1991-1992
634 4 Commission on International Affairs, Japan 1990-1993
634 5 Commission on International Affairs, Jordan 1989-1994
634 6 Commission on International Affairs, Poland 1989-1990
634 7 Commission on International Affairs, Poland 1990-1991
634 8 Commission on International Affairs, Poland 1992-1994
634 9 Commission on International Affairs, Republics of Commonwealth of Independent States 1991-1993
634 10 Commission on International Affairs, Saudi Arabia 1987-1991
634 11 Commission on International Affairs, Saudi Arabia 1991-1992
634 12 Commission on International Affairs, Saudi Arabia 1993-1994
634 13 Commission on International Affairs, South Africa 1985-1992
634 14 Commission on International Affairs, Sweden 1988, 1991
634 15 Commission on International Affairs, Syria 1991-1993
634 16 Commission on International Affairs, Turkey 1988-1994
634 17 Commission on Jewish Life and Culture 1978-1980
634 18 Commission on Jewish Life and Culture 1978-1983, 1987-1988
634 19 Commission on Jewish Life and Culture 1981
634 20 Commission on Jewish Life and Culture 1982-1984
634 21 Commission on Law and Social Action 1982-1983
634 22 Commission on Law and Social Action 1982-1989
634 23 Commission on Law and Social Action 1983-1984
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635 1 Commission on Law and Social Action 1984
635 2 Commission on Law and Social Action 1985
635 3 Commission on Law and Social Action 1985-1986
635 4 Commission on Law and Social Action 1986
635 5 Commission on Law and Social Action 1987
635 6 Commission on Law and Social Action 1987-1988
635 7 Commission on Law and Social Action 1989-1990
635 8 Commission on Law and Social Action 1990
635 9 Commission on Law and Social Action 1991
635 10 Commission on Law and Social Action 1992
635 11 Commission on Law and Social Action 1993-1994
635 12 Commission on Law and Social Action, Academic Taskforce 1991-1992
635 13 Commission on Law and Social Action, Baby Jane Doe case 1984-1985
635 14 Commission on Law and Social Action, Christian Nation 1992
635 15 Commission on Law and Social Action, Dershowitz statements 1981
635 16 Commission on Law and Social Action, Nomination of Judge Clarence Thomas 1991
635 17 Commission on Law and Social Action, Nomination of Ruth Bader Ginsburg 1993
635 18 Commission on Law and Social Action, priorities 1978-1981
635 19 Commission on Law and Social Action, Professor Lani Guinier 1993
635 20 Commission on Law and Social Action, religion in public schools 1984-1991
635 21 Commission on Law and Social Action, Robinson Internship 1983-1986
635 22 Commission on Law and Social Action, set asides 1984
635 23 Commission on Law and Social Action, Voting Rights Act 1993-1994
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636 1 Commission on National Affairs 1982-1989
636 2 Commission on National Affairs 1990-1991
636 3 Commission on National Affairs 1992
636 4 Commission on National Affairs 1993-1994
636 5 Commission on Regional Operations 1983
636 6 Commission on Urban Affairs 1978-1991
636 7 Commission on Urban Affairs 1982
636 8 Commission on Urban Affairs, National Urban League Project 1983-1984
636 9 Commission on Urban Affairs, Social Security 1983-1985
636 10 Committees and commissions 1980, 1987
636 11 Committee for 21st Century resolution 1984
636 12 Committee on Regional Financial Planning 1982-1984
636 13 The Communitarian Network 1993
636 14 Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) 1978-1980
636 15 Computer disks 1985-1987
636 16 Conable report on legislative activity 1981-1993
636 17 Conference calls 1985-1994
636 18 Conference call with regional directors 1980-1981
636 19 Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany 1982-1993
636 20 Conference of Mayors 1979
636 21 Conference of Mayors 1987
636 22 Conference of Mayors 1988
636 23 Conference of Mayors 1989
636 24 Conference of Mayors 1990
636 25 Conference of Mayors 1991
636 26 Conference of Mayors 1992
636 27 Conference of Mayors 1993
636 28 Conference on Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1986-1988
636 29 Conference on Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1990-1994
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637 1 Congress Monthly 1980
637 2 Congress Monthly, editorial advisory board 1981-1994
637 3 Congress to Campus 1989
637 4 Constitutional amendments 1981
637 5 Constitution of the American Jewish Congress 1974, 1976, 1982
637 6 Constitution of the American Jewish Congress 1979-1993
637 7 Constitution of the American Jewish Congress 1984-1988
637 8 Constitution of the American Jewish Congress 1992-1994
637 9 Controller position 1990
637 10 Convention reports 1982-1986
637 11 Co-options 1981-1993
637 12 Corrections for Governing Council and Executive Committee 1983
637 13 Corrections 1984-1990
637 14 Corrections 1991-1994
637 15 Correspondence with House and Senate members 1992-1995
637 16 Correspondence with Metropolitan Council 1981-1985
637 17 Council of Jewish Federations 1984-1994
637 18 Council of Jewish Federations, allocations 1981-1983
637 19 Council of Regional Presidents 1993
637 17 Council on Foreign Relations 1989-1991
637 18 Council on Foreign Relations 1992
637 19 Council on Foreign Relations 1993-1994
637 20 Crown Heights 1970-1974
637 21 Cultivating lists 1985-1987
637 22 Cultivating lists 1985-1988
637 23 Cultivating lists 1990-1993
637 24 Cults 1980-1982
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638 1 The David V. Kahn Resource Center, publications 1987-1991
638 2 Defense Department 1993
638 3 Defense spending 1984-1985
638 4 Department of Policy Planning 1988-1989
638 5 Dershowitz matter 1989-1991
638 6 Dershowitz matter 1991
638 7 Dershowitz matter 1991-1993
638 8 Dershowitz matter, clippings 1991-1992
638 9 Development 1980-1984
638 10 Development 1985-1986
638 11 Development 1987
638 12 Development 1988
638 13 Development 1989
638 14 Development 1989-1990
638 15 Development 1990
638 16 Development 1991
638 17 Development 1992
638 18 Development 1993-1994
638 19 Development, California 1985-1987
638 20 Development, Chanin Dinner 1990
638 21 Development, charitable contributions 1991
638 22 Development, Cultural Achievement Award for Lieber and Stroller 1984-1985
638 23 Development, Cultural Achievement Award for Milton Berle 1985
638 24 Development, Cultural Achievement Award for Ella Fitzgerald 1985-1986
638 25 Development, Cultural Achievement Award for Barry Manilow 1985-1986
638 26 Development, Cultural Achievement Award for Chuck Barris 1986-1987
638 27 Development, Cultural Achievement Award for Michael Stern 1986-1987
638 28 Development, Inaugural 1990
638 29 Development, Inaugural 1991-1993
638 30 Development, Levin Dinner 1986-1987
638 31 Development, Madoff Endowment Award 1986
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639 1 Development, Mazowiecki Dinner 1990
639 2 Development, Mazowiecki Dinner 1990
639 3 Development, Meyerhoff Dinner 1989
639 4 Development, Voyager Award Luncheon 1993
639 5 Dinkins, David 1993
639 6 Disarmament 1982-1986
639 7 Dissolution of the Brandeis-Kallen Chapter 1981-1982
639 8 Distinguished Service Award 1983
639 9 District Council #1707 Health and Insurance Fund 1978-1983
639 10 District of Columbia Statehood 1986
639 11 Ditchley Foundation Conference 1989
639 12 Domestic Policy Conference 1984-1985
639 13 Domestic Policy Conference 1986-1987
639 14 Domestic Policy Conference 1988-1989
639 15 Domestic Policy Conference 1991-1993
639 16 Douchan, Igal 1985
639 17 Drafts 1985
639 18 Drafts on disk 1985
639 19 Drafts and corrections 1986
639 20 Drafts 1986-1987
639 21 Drafts and corrections January-May 1987
639 22 Drafts and corrections June-December 1987
639 23 Drafts and corrections January-May 1988
639 24 Drafts and corrections June-August 1988
639 25 Drafts and corrections September-December 1988
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640 1 Drafts 1988
640 2 Drafts 1989
640 3 Drafts 1989
640 4 Drafts 1989-1990
640 5 Drafts 1989-1993
640 6 Drafts 1990
640 7 Drafts 1990
640 8 Drafts 1990-1991
640 9 Drafts 1991
640 10 Drafts 1991
640 11 Dues restructuring 1983
640 12 Duke, David 1991-1992
640 13 Economic initiatives in the territories 1993
640 14 Edith Frank Fund 1989
640 15 Edward Sanders Meeting 1979
640 16 Egyptian-Israeli relations 1984-1988
640 17 Eldar, Akiva 1990
640 18 Elder Seminar 1981-1982
640 19 Elder Seminar 1983-1985
640 20 Elections 1987-1988
640 21 Elections 1992
640 22 Elections, Mayoral 1989-1990
640 23 Electoral college reform 1976-1992
640 24 Electronic data processing 1984-1987
640 25 Electronic mail 1985-1986
640 26 Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity 1991
640 27 Energy policy 1981-1982
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641 1 Engagement book 1988
641 2 Engagement book 1989
641 3 Engagement book 1991
641 4 Environment 1992-1993
641 5 Estates and bequests 1977-1989
641 6 Ethiopian Jews 1980-1986
641 7 Ethiopian Jews 1987-1988
641 8 Ethiopian Jews 1988-1991
641 9 Ethiopian Jews, clippings 1982-1988
641 10 Ethnic Conference 1969-1970
641 11 Ethnic Conference 1969-1971
641 12 Ethnic Conference, clippings 1970-1971
641 13 Evangelische Kirche in Deutschland 1992-1993
641 14 Executive and professional staff listings 1984-1985
641 15 Executive Committee 1978
641 16 Executive Committee 1979
641 17 Executive Committee 1980
641 18 Executive Committee 1981
641 19 Executive Committee 1982
641 20 Executive Committee January-April 1983
641 21 Executive Committee May-July 1983
641 22 Executive Committee September-October 1983
641 23 Executive Committee November-December 1983
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642 1 Executive Committee January-March 1984
642 2 Executive Committee May-June 1984
642 3 Executive Committee September-December 1984
642 4 Executive Committee 1985
642 5 Executive Committee 1986
642 6 Executive Committee 1987
642 7 Executive Committee January-June 1988
642 8 Executive Committee September-December 1988
642 9 Executive Committee 1989
642 10 Executive Committee 1990
642 11 Executive Committee 1991
642 12 Executive Committee 1992
642 13 Executive Committee 1993
642 14 Executive Committee 1993
642 15 Executive Committee 1994
642 16 Executive Committee, correspondence 1992-1994
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643 1 Expense reports 1979-1980
643 2 Expenses 1980-1991
643 3 Fagelson, David 1992-1994
643 4 Fair Foundations Act 1986
643 5 Farkas Reception 1985-1986
643 6 Farrakhan, Louis 1985-1994
643 7 Faruqi, Isma’il 1980-1981
643 8 Fax Machine 1988-1994
643 9 Features of Israel 1973-1975
643 10 Federation allocations 1983-1989
643 11 Federation allocations 1990-1994
643 12 Fein, Leonard 1990-1994
643 13 Fiduciary Committee 1983
643 14 Fighting Poverty Conference 1992
643 15 Film on prayer in public schools 1984
643 16 Financial crisis 1984-1986
643 17 Financial Taskforce 1980
643 18 Former Soviet Republics 1991-1993
643 19 Foundations 1979-1985
643 20 Foundations 1988-1991
643 21 Foundations 1992
643 22 Foundations 1993-1994
643 23 Frequent Traveler Bonus Program 1987-1993
643 24 From Irene Badi 1983-1986
643 25 From Irene Badi 1986-1989
643 26 Fund for Religious Liberty 1984
643 27 Fund for Religious Liberty 1985
643 28 Fund for Religious Liberty 1986
643 29 Fund for Religious Liberty 1987
643 30 Fund for Religious Liberty 1987-1992
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644 1 Gay rights 1992-1993
644 2 General Counsel, Will Maslow 1983-1993
644 3 “Get” Concerned 1983-1986
644 4 Giuliani, Rudolph 1993
644 5 Goldstein Project 1986
644 6 Governing Council 1979
644 7 Governing Council 1980
644 8 Governing Council 1981
644 9 Governing Council 1982
644 10 Governing Council 1982
644 11 Governing Council February-May 1983
644 12 Governing Council June-December 1983
644 13 Governing Council 1984
644 14 Governing Council 1985
644 15 Governing Council 1986
644 16 Governing Council 1987
644 17 Governing Council 1988
644 18 Governing Council 1989
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645 1 Governing Council 1990
645 2 Governing Council 1991
645 3 Governing Council 1992
645 4 Governing Council 1993
645 5 Governing Council 1993
645 6 Governing Council 1994
645 7 Governing Council, correspondence 1985-1991
645 8 Governing Council, correspondence 1992-1994
645 9 Government in Law Project 1988-1989
645 10 Grand Street Boys Foundation grant 1972
645 11 Grants 1978-1992
645 12 Gulf Crisis 1990
645 13 Gulf Crisis 1991
645 14 Gulf Crisis 1991-1992
645 15 Gulf Crisis, Germany 1989-1991
645 16 Gulf Crisis, Middle East Emergency Taskforce 1991
645 17 Gulf Crisis, psychologists and volunteers in Israel 1991
645 18 Gulf Crisis, “Seize the Moment” 1991
645 19 Gulf Crisis, volunteers in Israel 1991
645 20 Gulf Crisis, volunteers in Israel 1991
645 21 Gun control 1993
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646 1 Hamas 1992-1993
646 2 Harlem Development Project 1968
646 3 Harmonie Club Seminars 1979-1980
646 4 Harvard University, Middle East seminar 1990-1992
646 5 Hasbara Program 1983
646 6 Hasbara Program 1984
646 7 Hasbara Program 1984-1985
646 8 Hasbara Program 1985-1986
646 9 Hasbara Program 1987-1990
646 10 Hasbara Program 1991-1992
646 11 Hasbara Program 1993-1994
646 12 Hertzberg, Arthur 1988-1992
646 13 Herwood, Norman 1989
646 14 Hispanic-Jewish relations 1981-1989
646 15 Holocaust 1979-1985
646 16 Holocaust 1986-1992
646 17 Holocaust 1988-1990
646 18 Holocaust 1993-1994
646 19 Holocaust, publications 1986-1993
646 20 Hotel and accommodations 1984-1992
646 21 Human Life Bill 1981
646 22 Human rights 1986-1993
646 23 Hungarian-Jewish Colloquium 1991
646 24 Inaugural 1989-1990, 1994
646 25 Immigration policy 1981-1986, 1993
646 26 Impact Symposium 1987
646 27 Impact, National Office 1989
646 28 India 1981
646 29 Inside Israel 1988-1990
646 30 Inside Israel 1989-1994
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647 1 Inside Israel 1991-1992
647 2 Inside Israel 1992
647 3 Inside Israel 1993
647 4 Inside Israel 1993-1994
647 5 Inside Israel, checklists 1992
647 6 Inside Israel, checklists 1993-1994
647 7 Institute for Urban Strategies 1984
647 8 Institute of Jewish-Christian Relations 1980-1984
647 9 Institute of Jewish-Christian Relations 1985-1987
647 10 Institute of Jewish-Christian Relations 1988-1990
647 11 Institute on Public Policy Affecting the Poor 1986
647 12 Institutional culture 1990-1992
647 13 Institutional history 1990-1994
647 14 Integration Committee 1979-1981
647 15 Inter-Agency Working Group 1983-1988
647 16 Inter-Group Relations Project 1994
647 17 Intermarriage 1991-1992
647 18 International affairs 1980-1992
647 19 International Encounter for European Journalists on the Question of Palestine 1992
647 20 International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations 1978-1979
647 21 International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations 1979-1982
647 22 International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations 1980-1981
647 23 International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations 1983-1984
647 24 International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations 1985-1986
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648 1 International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations 1977-1992
648 2 International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations, Lucerne Conference 1982-1983
648 3 International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations, Lucerne Conference 1983-1984
648 4 International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations, Lucerne Conference 1983-1984
648 5 Interreligious Peace Colloquium 1978-1979
648 6 Interreligious Peace Colloquium 1980-1981
648 7 Inventory of Democracy 1986-1989
648 8 Iran-Contra Affair 1986-1987
648 9 Islam and Judaism 1978-1993
648 10 Israel 1980-1985
648 11 Israel 1986
648 12 Israel 1986-1987
648 13 Israel 1987
648 14 Israel 1988
648 15 Israel 1988
648 16 Israel 1988-1989
648 17 Israel 1989
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649 1 Israel 1990
649 2 Israel 1990-1991
649 3 Israel 1991
649 4 Israel 1992
649 5 Israel 1992
649 6 Israel 1993
649 7 Israel 1993-1994
649 8 Israel, American-Israeli Jewish relations 1993
649 9 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1977-1978
649 10 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1979-1981
649 11 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1982-1983
649 12 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1984
649 13 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1985-1987
649 14 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1988-1989
649 15 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1990
649 16 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1990-1991
649 17 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1991
649 18 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1992
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650 1 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1993
650 2 Israel, American Jewish Congress office 1993-1994
650 3 Israel, Black Hebrews 1984, 1992-1993
650 4 Israel, Chanukah Solidarity Mission 1990
650 5 Israel, clippings 1988
650 6 Israel, Conference on Israel-Diaspora Relations 1994
650 7 Israel, Conference on Jewish Solidarity 1988-1989
650 8 Israel, Constitution 1987, 1990
650 9 Israel, “The Cost of Defending Freedom” 1989
650 10 Israel, demography 1988
650 11 Israel, deportations 1992-1993
650 12 Israel, Diaspora 1988-1992
650 13 Israel, Diaspora relations 1985-1991
650 14 Israel, disturbance in the territories 1987-1988
650 15 Israel, disturbance in the territories 1988
650 16 Israel, disturbance in the territories 1988-1989
650 17 Israel, disturbance in the territories clippings 1987-1989
650 18 Israel, electoral reform 1987-1988
650 19 Israel, elections 1992
650 20 Israel, execution of Colonel Higgins 1989
650 21 Israel, Generals Project 1988
650 22 Israel, housing needs 1991
650 23 Israel, Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies 1990-1991
650 24 Israel, Institute for Military Science 1989-1992
650 25 Israel, International Peace Conference 1988-1989
650 26 Israel, Israeli International Institute 1990
650 27 Israel, Jerusalem controversy 1990
650 28 Israel, La’Vetach 1992
650 29 Israel, Law of Return 1988
650 30 Israel, legal status of Arabs in Israel 1987
650 31 Israel, loan guarantees 1991-1992
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651 1 Israel, military operation in Israel 1993
651 2 Israel, Moledet 1991
651 3 Israel, Mormon Project 1985-1987
651 4 Israel, new partnerships 1989
651 5 Israel, Order for the Prevention of Terror 1989-1990
651 6 Israel, peace in stages 1990-1992
651 7 Israel, peace process 1989
651 8 Israel, peace process 1989
651 9 Israel, peace process 1989-1992
651 10 Israel, peace process, clippings 1989-1990
651 11 Israel, phone numbers undated, 1987-1990
651 12 Israel, Pollard spy case 1985-1989
651 13 Israel, Pollard spy case 1990-1992
651 14 Israel, Pollard spy case 1993
651 15 Israel, press list 1989
651 16 Israel, Rabin Administration 1992-1993
651 17 Israel, radical right 1992
651 18 Israel, Resolutions #242, 338, 194 1991-1992
651 19 Israel, settlements 1991-1992
651 20 Israel, Sikkuy 1991-1993
651 21 Israel, Temple Mount violence 1990
651 22 Israel, Trilateral Peace Project 1992
651 23 Israel, water crisis 1992
651 24 Israel, Yekutiel Federmann Project 1992
651 25 Israel-Arab resources 1990-1992
651 26 Israeli Arab Project 1994
651 27 Constitution for the State of Israel 1986
651 28 Israel Consulate 1990-1994
651 29 Israel Democracy Institute 1992
651 30 Israel Dialogue 1979-1980
651 31 Israel Dialogue 1981-1982
651 32 Israel Dialogue 1983-1984
651 33 Israel Dialogue 1983-1984
651 34 Israel Dialogue 1984
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652 1 Israel Dialogue 1985
652 2 Israel Dialogue 1986
652 3 Israel Dialogue 1986-1988
652 4 Israel Dialogue 1987
652 5 Israel Dialogue 1988
652 6 Israel Dialogue 1989
652 7 Israel Dialogue 1989
652 8 Israel Dialogue 1990
652 9 Israel Dialogue 1991
652 10 Israel Dialogue 1992
652 11 Israel Dialogue 1992-1993
652 12 Israel Dialogue 1993
652 13 Israel Dialogue 1993
652 14 Israel Economic Development Conference 1991-1993
652 15 Israel Matters Project 1975-1976
652 16 Israel Mayors’ Tour 1985-1986
652 17 Israel’s Options for Peace Revisited 1990
652 18 Israel peace efforts 1976-1980
652 19 Israel Policy Forum 1993
652 20 Israel Update 1993
652 21 Israel Women’s Network 1985-1993
652 22 Jackson, Jesse 1979-1980
652 23 Jackson, Jesse 1983-1984
652 24 Jackson, Jesse 1987-1990
652 25 Jackson, Jesse 1992-1994
652 26 Jackson, Jesse, clippings 1984-1987
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653 1 Jerusalem Post ad, “In Expression of our Support and Solidarity with the State and People of Israel” 1991
653 2 Jews and politics 1984
653 3 Jewish-Christian-Muslim Family Workshop 1992
653 4 Jewish Community 1983-1992
653 5 Jewish Council for International Interreligious Relations 1989
653 6 J. I. Sopher & Co. v. Siegman 1989
653 7 Joseph Alexander Foundation 1990-1991
653 8 Judaism Magazine 1983-1993
653 9 Judaism Magazine, 30th Anniversary 1981
653 10 Justice Campaign 1982, 1986
653 11 Kehane, Meir 1985-1992
653 12 Kahn, David V. 1994
653 13 Kahn, David V., Presidential Perspectives 1994
653 14 Kollek Project 1992
653 15 Krajewski, Stanislaw 1989-1990
653 16 Krajewski, Stanislaw 1990-1991
653 17 Krajewski, Stanislaw 1991-1993
653 18 Large City Budgeting Conference 1971
653 19 Large City Budgeting Conference 1972-1974
653 20 Large City Budgeting Conference 1974
653 21 Large City Budgeting Conference 1976-1977
653 22 Large City Budgeting Conference 1978-1979
653 23 Large City Budgeting Conference 1980-1982
653 24 Large City Budgeting Conference 1982-1983
653 25 Large City Budgeting Conference 1984
653 26 Large City Budgeting Conference 1984-1985
653 27 Large City Budgeting Conference 1986
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654 1 Large City Budgeting Conference 1987
654 2 Large City Budgeting Conference 1988-1989
654 3 Large City Budgeting Conference 1989
654 4 Large City Budgeting Conference 1990-1991
654 5 Large City Budgeting Conference 1992-1994
654 6 Large City Budgeting Conference, Interagency Committee 1971
654 7 Large City Budgeting Conference, presentation 1974-1975
654 8 Large City Budgeting Conference, reports 1990-1995
654 9 Latin American Mission 1981
654 10 Law and legislation in Israel 1981
654 11 Leaders Energizing Neighborhood Development (LEND) 1985-1986
654 12 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights 1984-1985
654 13 Leader’s Handbook for Officers 1977
654 14 Leadership Institute 1979-1984
654 15 Leadership Mission 1979-1980
654 16 Leadership Retreat 1992
654 17 Leadership Retreat 1992
654 18 Lebanon 1992-1993
654 19 Lebanon War 1982-1983
654 20 Legislation 1983-1987
654 21 “Lest We Forget” 1981-1983
654 22 Letters to the Editor 1982-1983
654 23 Letters to the Editor 1984-1985
654 24 Letters to the Editor 1986-1988
654 25 Letters to the Editor 1988-1989
654 26 Letters to the Editor 1989-1990
654 27 Letters to the Editor 1989-1991
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655 1 Letters to the Editor 1990-1991
655 2 Letters to the Editor 1991-1992
655 3 Letters to the Editor 1992
655 4 Letters to the Editor 1993-1994
655 5 Liberalism 1986-1993
655 6 Lifton, Robert K., articles 1991-1994
655 7 Lifton, Robert K., biographical sketch 1992-1994
655 8 Lifton, Robert K., Blinken Dinner 1990-1991
655 9 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1987
655 10 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1988
655 11 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1988-1989
655 12 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1989
655 13 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1989-1990
655 14 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1990
655 15 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1990
655 16 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1991
655 17 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1991
655 18 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1992
655 19 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1992
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656 1 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence with Bush Administration 1992
656 2 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1993
656 3 Lifton, Robert K., correspondence 1993-1994
656 4 Lifton, Robert K., Council on Foreign Relations 1988-1993
656 5 Lifton, Robert K., Israel trip 1991
656 6 Lifton, Robert K., letters to the editor 1990-1994
656 7 Lifton, Robert K., lists 1984-1989
656 8 Lifton, Robert K., lists 1985-1990
656 9 Lifton, Robert K., lists 1991
656 10 Lifton, Robert K., lists 1992-1993
656 11 Lifton, Robert K., lists 1993-1994
656 12 Lifton, Robert K., mailing lists 1988-1989
656 13 Lifton, Robert K., mailing lists 1990
656 14 Lifton, Robert K., mailing lists 1991
656 15 Lifton, Robert K., mailing lists 1992
656 16 Lifton, Robert K., mailing lists 1992-1994
656 17 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters 1988-1989
656 18 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters 1990-1991
656 19 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters 1992-1994
656 20 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters binder 1988-1992
656 21 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters binder 1993-1998
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657 1 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1988
657 2 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1989
657 3 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1989-1991
657 4 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1990
657 5 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1990
657 6 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1991
657 7 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1992
657 8 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1992
657 9 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1993
657 10 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1993
657 11 Lifton, Robert K., Occasional Letters drafts 1993
657 12 Lifton, Robert K., speeches and remarks 1988-1989
657 13 Lifton, Robert K., speeches and remarks 1990
657 14 Lifton, Robert K., speeches and remarks 1990-1991
657 15 Lifton, Robert K., speeches and remarks 1992-1994
657 16 Lifton, Robert K., Stephen S. Wise Dinner 1993
657 17 Lippman, Sharon 1984-1993
657 18 List of articles and opinion pieces 1980-1988
657 19 Lists of Executive Committee and Governing Council members 1982-1986
657 20 Lists of files 1984-1989
657 21 Lists of files 1989-1994
657 22 Lists of Regional Offices and Directors 1985-1991
657 23 Los Angeles Riots 1992
657 24 Louis Waterman Wise Luncheon 1980-1981
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658 1 Mailings to National Officers 1981-1985
658 2 Mailings to National Officers and friends 1982-1983
658 3 Mailings to National Officers 1987-1990
658 4 Mailings to National Officers 1990-1992
658 5 Maimonides Conference 1981
658 6 Malek, Frederic 1991
658 7 Mann, Theodore R. 1984-1985
658 8 Mann, Theodore R. 1984-1988, 1993
658 9 Mann, Theodore R. 1986-1987
658 10 Mann, Theodore R. 1988-1989
658 11 Mann, Theodore R., Occasional Letters 1984-1988
658 12 March on Washington, 20th Anniversary 1983
658 13 March on Washington, 20th Anniversary 1983
658 14 Marcy and Leona Chanin Fund 1978-1992
658 15 Martin Luther King Forum 1990-1992
658 16 Mayors’ Conference 1979-1980
658 17 Mayors’ Conference 1980-1981
658 18 Mayors’ Conference 1982-1983
658 19 Mayors’ Conference 1983-1984
658 20 Mayors’ Conference 1985-1986
658 21 Media campaign 1982
658 22 Meese, Edwin 1983
658 23 Meetings 1988-1992
658 24 Meeting scheduling 1984-1986
658 25 Meeting scheduling 1987-1989
658 26 Meeting scheduling 1989-1993
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659 1 Meetings in Bonn and Paris 1981
659 2 Meeting with Iranian Representative in Washington, D.C. April 25, 1979
659 3 Meeting with Pope John Paul II 1987
659 4 Meeting with Pope John Paul II 1987
659 5 Meeting with Secretary of State Baker 1991-1992
659 6 Membership campaign 1981-1982
659 7 Memoranda to staff January 1983
659 8 Memoranda to staff February 1983
659 9 Memoranda to staff March 1983
659 10 Memoranda to staff April 1983
659 11 Memoranda to staff May 1983
659 12 Memoranda to staff June 1983
659 13 Memoranda to staff July 1983
659 14 Memoranda to staff August-September 1983
659 15 Memoranda to staff October 1983
659 16 Memoranda to staff November 1983
659 17 Memoranda to staff December 1983
659 18 Memoranda to staff January 1984
659 19 Memoranda to staff February 1984
659 20 Memoranda to staff March 1984
659 21 Memoranda to staff April 1984
659 22 Memoranda to staff May 1984
659 23 Memoranda to staff June 1984
659 24 Memoranda to staff July 1984
659 25 Memoranda to staff August 1984
659 26 Memoranda to staff September 1984
659 27 Memoranda to staff October 1984
659 28 Memoranda to staff November 1984
659 29 Memoranda to staff December 1984
659 30 Memoranda to staff January 1985
659 31 Memoranda to staff February 1985
659 32 Memoranda to staff March 1985
659 33 Memoranda to staff April 1985
659 34 Memoranda to staff May 1985
659 35 Memoranda to staff June 1985
659 36 Memoranda to staff July-August 1985
659 37 Memoranda to staff September 1985
659 38 Memoranda to staff October 1985
659 39 Memoranda to staff November 1985
659 40 Memoranda to staff December 1985
659 41 Memoranda to staff January 1986
659 42 Memoranda to staff February 1986
659 43 Memoranda to staff March 1986
659 44 Memoranda to staff April 1986
659 45 Memoranda to staff May 1986
659 46 Memoranda to staff June-July 1986
659 47 Memoranda to staff August 1986
659 48 Memoranda to staff September 1986
659 49 Memoranda to staff October 1986
659 50 Memoranda to staff November 1986
659 51 Memoranda to staff December 1986
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660 1 Memoranda to staff January 1987
660 2 Memoranda to staff February 1987
660 3 Memoranda to staff March 1987
660 4 Memoranda to staff April 1987
660 5 Memoranda to staff May-July 1987
660 6 Memoranda to staff August-September 1987
660 7 Memoranda to staff October 1987
660 8 Memoranda to staff November 1987
660 9 Memoranda to staff December 1987
660 10 Memoranda to staff January-February 1988
660 11 Memoranda to staff March 1988
660 12 Memoranda to staff April 1988
660 13 Memoranda to staff May 1988
660 14 Memoranda to staff June 1988
660 15 Memoranda to staff July 1988
660 16 Memoranda to staff August 1988
660 17 Memoranda to staff September 1988
660 18 Memoranda to staff October 1988
660 19 Memoranda to staff November 1988
660 20 Memoranda to staff December 1988
660 21 Memoranda to staff January-February 1989
660 22 Memoranda to staff March-May 1989
660 23 Memoranda to staff June-July 1989
660 24 Memoranda to staff August 1989
660 25 Memoranda to staff September-December 1989
660 26 Memoranda to staff January 1990
660 27 Memoranda to staff February 1990
660 28 Memoranda to staff March 1990
660 29 Memoranda to staff April 1990
660 30 Memoranda to staff May 1990
660 31 Memoranda to staff June 1990
660 32 Memoranda to staff July 1990
660 33 Memoranda to staff August 1990
660 34 Memoranda to staff September 1990
660 35 Memoranda to staff October 1990
660 36 Memoranda to staff November-December 1990
660 37 Memoranda to staff January 1991
660 38 Memoranda to staff February 1991
660 39 Memoranda to staff March 1991
660 40 Memoranda to staff April 1991
660 41 Memoranda to staff May 1991
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661 1 Memoranda to staff June 1991
661 2 Memoranda to staff July 1991
661 3 Memoranda to staff August 1991
661 4 Memoranda to staff September 1991
661 5 Memoranda to staff October 1991
661 6 Memoranda to staff November 1991
661 7 Memoranda to staff December 1991
661 8 Memoranda to staff January-February 1992
661 9 Memoranda to staff March-April 1992
661 10 Memoranda to staff May 1992
661 11 Memoranda to staff June 1992
661 12 Memoranda to staff July 1992
661 13 Memoranda to staff August-September 1992
661 14 Memoranda to staff October-December 1992
661 15 Memoranda to staff January 1993
661 16 Memoranda to staff February 1993
661 17 Memoranda to staff March 1993
661 18 Memoranda to staff April 1993
661 19 Memoranda to staff May-June 1993
661 20 Memoranda to staff July 1993
661 21 Memoranda to staff August 1993
661 22 Memoranda to staff September 1993
661 23 Memoranda to staff October 1993
661 24 Memoranda to staff November 1993
661 25 Memoranda to staff December 1993
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662 1 Memoranda to staff January 1994
662 2 Memoranda to staff February 1994
662 3 Memoranda to staff March 1994
662 4 Memoranda to staff April-June 1994
662 5 Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture 1978-1979
662 6 Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture 1980-1982
662 7 Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture 1983-1989
662 8 Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture 1990-1993
662 9 Menus undated
662 10 Middle East Donor Conference 1993
662 11 Middle East Peace Agreement with Palestinian Liberation Organization 1993
662 12 Middle East Peace Agreement with Palestinian Liberation Organization 1993-1994
662 13 Middle East Peace Agreement with Palestinian Liberation Organization, clippings 1993
662 14 Middle East Peace Agreement with Palestinian Liberation Organization, reception 1993
662 15 Middle East Peace Conference 1991
662 16 Middle East Peace Conference 1991-1992
662 17 Middle East Peace Conference 1993
662 18 Middle East Peace, Massacre at Hebron 1994
662 19 Middle East Peace Process 1987
662 20 Middle East Peace Process 1987
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663 1 Middle East Peace Process 1987
663 2 Middle East Peace Process 1987-1989
663 3 Middle East Peace Resources 1976-1980
663 4 Middle East Peace Resources 1981-1993
663 5 Middle East Peace Resources 1983-1988
663 6 Middle East Peace Resources 1990-1992
663 7 Middle East Peace Resources, clippings 1978-1986
663 8 Middle East Peace Resources, publications 1989-1991
663 9 Middle East Peace Resources, publications 1992
663 10 Milan Conference 1989
663 11 Mission to Argentina 1983
663 12 Mission to Austria 1988
663 13 Mission to Cuba 1994
663 14 Mission to Eastern Europe and Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 1986-1987
663 15 Mission to Germany 1990-1993
663 16 Mission to Greece 1987
663 17 Mission to Louisiana 1991
663 18 Mission to Mexico and Costa Rica 1982-1983
663 19 Mission to Middle East 1985
663 20 Mission to Middle East 1985
663 21 Mission to Middle East 1985-1986
663 22 Mission to Middle East 1987-1988
663 23 Mission to Middle East 1988
663 24 Mission to Middle East 1988-1989
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664 1 Mission to Middle East and Moscow 1991
664 2 Mission to Middle East 1991-1992
664 3 Mission to Middle East 1992
664 4 Mission to Middle East 1992
664 5 Mission to Middle East 1993
664 6 Mission to Middle East 1993
664 7 Mission to Morocco 1981, 1987
664 8 Mission to Poland and Hungary 1989
664 9 Mission to Poland and Hungary 1989
664 10 Mission to South Africa 1991
664 11 Mission to Soviet Republics 1991
664 12 Mission to Turkey 1986
664 13 Mission to Turkey 1986
664 14 Mission to Turkey 1990
664 15 Mission to Turkey, Armenian Controversy 1986-1987
664 16 Mission to Turkey, Bombing at Neve Shalom photographs 1986
664 17 Mission to Turkey, Bombing at Neve Shalom 1986-1987
664 18 Moment Magazine 1976-1981
664 19 Mortgage on building 1994
664 20 Mosaic to Mosaic 1993
664 21 Musgrove Conference 1989-1990
664 22 Music Competition, Pepsi Grant 1980-1984
664 23 Muslim-Jewish relations 1991-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
665 1 Nathan Perlmutter Institute for Jewish Advocacy 1989
665 2 Nightline (ABC News) 1982-1987
665 3 National Affairs Committee 1981
665 4 National agenda 1980-1981
665 5 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) 1991-1993
665 6 National Board of Advisors 1988-1989
665 7 National Board of Advisors 1990-1991
665 8 National Board of Advisors 1992
665 9 National Board of Advisors 1993-1994
665 10 National Cabinet 1983-1986
665 11 National Center for Middle East Studies 1992
665 12 National Center for the Protection of Pluralism 1991-1993
665 13 National Center to Counteract Arab Influence 1985
665 14 National Conference on Soviet Jewry 1981, 1991-1993
665 15 National Convention 1981-1982
665 16 National Convention 1983-1984
665 17 National Convention 1985-1986
665 18 National Convention 1986
665 19 National Convention 1987-1988
665 20 National Convention 1988
665 21 National Convention 1989-1990
665 22 National Convention, Ambassadors’ Ball 1989-1990
665 23 National Convention, chairs 1986-1993
665 24 National Convention, Israel Extension 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
666 1 National Convention, Israel Extension 1985-1986
666 2 National Convention, Israel Extension 1988
666 3 National Convention, Nominating Committee 1985
666 4 National Convention, Nominating Committee 1987-1988
666 5 National Convention, Nominating Committee 1989-1990
666 6 National Convention, publications 1986
666 7 National Convention, resolutions 1990
666 8 National Convention, Resolutions Committee 1986
666 9 National Institute against Prejudice and Violence 1985
666 10 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1981-1983
666 11 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1981-1989
666 12 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1984-1985
666 13 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1986-1987
666 14 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1990-1991
666 15 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1990-1991
666 16 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1991
666 17 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1992
666 18 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1993
666 19 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1993-1994
666 20 National Jewish Conference Center 1979-1985
666 21 National Legislative Conference 1985
666 22 National officers and meetings 1978-1982
666 23 National officers and meetings 1983-1989
666 24 National Program Commission 1983
666 25 National Rabbinic Network 1988-1989
666 26 National report 1985-1987
666 27 National Workshop on Christian-Jewish Relations 1984
666 28 National Workshop on Christian-Jewish Relations 1985-1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
667 1 Neusner, Jacob 1986
667 2 New Federalism 1981
667 3 New Israel Fund 1985-1990
667 4 New Republic Project 1980-1981
667 5 New York based staff 1986-1990
667 6 New York Rainbow Group 1977-1981
667 7 New York Rainbow Group 1982-1983
667 8 New York Rainbow Group 1984
667 9 New York Times advertisement, “An Open Letter to Political and Religious Leaders of Europe” 1990
667 10 New York Times advertisement, “An Open Letter to President Bush” 1991
667 11 New York Times advertisement, “Enough!” 1992
667 12 New York Times advertisement, “At Least this Congress Hasn’t Changed Direction” 1995
667 13 New York Times advertisement, “Somalia Refugee Relief” 1992
667 14 New York Times advertisement, “There are Still Hostages” 1992
667 15 New York Times advertisement, “Shall We Pray that They All Die, Mr. President?” 1992-1993
667 16 New York University 1987-1992
667 17 News coverage of Palestinian Uprising 1988-1992
667 18 Nominating Committee 1981-1984
667 19 Notes undated
667 20 Notes 1985-1986
667 21 Notes 1987
667 22 Notes 1988
667 23 Notes 1989
667 24 Notes 1989-1990
667 25 Notes 1990-1994
667 26 Notes 1990-1994
667 27 92nd Street YMHA Jewish Omnibus Program 1989
667 28 Obituaries 1988-1993
667 29 Occasional Letters 1987
667 30 O’Connor Jerusalem Controversy 1986-1987
667 31 Older Americans Act 1972
667 32 One Man, One Vote 1967
667 33 Open letter to the Pope John Paul II 1987
667 34 Open letter to Prime Minister Shamir 1987-1988
667 35 Options Study Project, American Academy of Arts and Sciences Conference correspondence 1989
667 36 Options Study Project, clippings and releases 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
668 1 Congressional Hearings on the Options Study 1989
668 2 Options Study Project, correspondence 1988
668 3 Options Study Project, correspondence 1988
668 4 Options Study Project, correspondence 1988
668 5 Options Study Project, correspondence 1988-1989
668 6 Options Study Project, correspondence 1989
668 7 Options Study Project, correspondence 1989-1990
668 8 Options Study Project, editorials 1989
668 9 Options Study Project, Egypt Conference 1989
668 10 Options Study Project, Executive Summary 1988
668 11 Options Study Project, JCSS drafts and reports 1989-1990
668 12 Options Study Project, National Conference of Jewish Leaders 1989-1990
668 13 Options Study Project, orders of study 1989-1990
668 14 Options Study Project, pledges and funding 1988-1989
668 15 Options Study Project, public relations 1989
668 16 Options Study Project, reports 1988-1989
668 17 Options Study Project, reprinting estimation 1989-1990
668 18 Options Study Project, Soviet Conference 1989
668 19 Options Study Project, Washington, D.C. Symposium 1989-1991
668 20 Options Study Project, Washington, D.C. Symposium reservation forms 1990
668 21 Options Study Project, Washington, D.C. Symposium 1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
669 1 Options Study Project, Washington, D.C. Symposium 1990
669 2 Options Study Project, “The West Bank and Gaza: Israel’s Options for Peace” 1989
669 3 Oral History Project 1986
669 4 Oram Group direct mailing 1984
669 5 Operation Independence 1987
669 6 Orders for printings 1989
669 7 Orders for printings 1990
669 8 Orders for printings 1991-1993
669 9 Originals 1989
669 10 Originals 1989
669 11 Originals 1989
669 12 Originals 1989
669 13 Originals 1989
669 14 Originals 1990
669 15 Originals 1990-1991
669 16 Originals 1991
669 17 Originals 1991-1992
669 18 Originals 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
670 1 Originals 1993
670 2 Overseas travel 1981
670 3 Overseas travel 1982
670 4 Overseas travel 1983
670 5 Overseas travel 1983-1984
670 6 Overseas travel 1984
670 7 Overseas travel 1986-1987
670 8 Overseas travel 1988-1989
670 9 Overseas travel 1990-1993
670 10 Overseas travel, agreements and contracts 1978-1984
670 11 Overseas travel, agreements and contracts 1988-1991
670 12 Overseas travel, negotiations 1989-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
671 1 Palestinian Liberation Organization 1979-1987
671 2 Palestinian Liberation Organization 1988-1989
671 3 Palestinian Liberation Organization 1989-1993
671 4 Parliament of the World’s Religions 1993
671 5 Passages Magazine 1992
671 6 Passages Magazine 1992
671 7 Passages Magazine 1992-1993
671 8 Passports and visas 1992
671 9 Permission to reprint 1992
671 10 Personnel 1977-1984
671 11 Personnel 1985-1993
671 12 Personnel, union agreement 1979-1990
671 13 Personnel, union negotiations 1977-1993
671 14 Personnel Committee 1972-1978
671 15 Personnel Committee 1980-1988
671 16 Photographs and biographies 1978-1986
671 17 Police Department 1989-1994
671 18 Policy on the Middle East 1987
671 19 Political Action Committees 1983-1986
671 20 Political campaigns 1982-1989
671 21 Political future of the Jews 1985
671 22 Polls 1992-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
672 1 Presidential appointments in State Department 1993
672 2 President’s Advisory Council 1988-1990
672 3 President’s Cabinet Committee 1980
672 4 President’s Conference Mission to Israel 1979
672 5 President’s Conference 1981-1985
672 6 President’s Conference 1988-1989
672 7 President’s Conference 1990-1991
672 8 President’s Conference 1991
672 9 President’s Conference 1992
672 10 President’s Conference 1992
672 11 President’s Conference 1993-1994
672 12 Professional staff meetings 1979-1985
672 13 Program Commission 1982-1983
672 14 Program priorities 1987-1991
672 15 Project Interchange 1985
672 16 Project Nishma 1988-1993
672 17 Project Nishma 1993-1994
672 18 Property of Henry Siegman 1989
672 19 Proposed international consultation of religious communities on acid rain 1983
672 20 Publications 1978-1991
672 21 Publications Committee 1979
672 22 Public relations 1979-1981
672 23 Public relations 1983-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
673 1 Quincentennial foundation of Istanbul 1991-1992
673 2 Reagan budget cuts 1981
673 3 Reagan budget cuts 1982-1983
673 4 Reagan budget cuts 1983-1985
673 5 Reagan budget cuts, clippings 1981-1983
673 6 Regions and membership 1981
673 7 Regions and membership 1981-1984
673 8 Regional offices, general 1984-1989
673 9 Regional offices, general 1990-1993
673 10 Regional offices, Atlanta 1983-1984
673 11 Regional offices, Baltimore 1981-1991
673 12 Regional offices, Boston 1983-1993
673 13 Regional offices, Bronx Division 1988-1990
673 14 Regional offices, Chicago 1983-1988
673 15 Regional offices, Chicago 1989-1991
673 16 Regional offices, Chicago 1992
673 17 Regional offices, Chicago 1993-1994
673 18 Regional offices, Dallas 1983-1992
673 19 Regional offices, Long Island 1983-1993
673 20 Regional offices, Los Angeles 1990-1991
673 21 Regional offices, Los Angeles 1992-1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
674 1 Regional offices, Metropolitan Council 1982-1989
674 2 Regional offices, Metropolitan Council 1990-1993
674 3 Regional offices, Miami 1983-1992
674 4 Regional offices, Michigan 1983-1991
674 5 Regional offices, New Jersey 1984-1993
674 6 Regional offices, Ohio 1983-1993
674 7 Regional offices, Philadelphia 1983-1989
674 8 Regional offices, Philadelphia 1990-1993
674 9 Regional offices, St. Louis 1983-1994
674 10 Regional offices, San Francisco 1982-1993
674 11 Regional offices, Washington, D.C. 1980-1986
674 12 Regional offices, Washington, D.C. 1987-1989
674 13 Regional offices, Washington, D.C. 1990-1993
674 14 Regional presidents 1991-1992
674 15 Reich, Seymour D. 1992
674 16 Relationship between Israel and America 1987
674 17 Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism 1990-1993
674 18 Religious right 1979-1981
674 19 Religious right 1982-1989
674 20 Religious right 1984-1985
674 21 Religious right 1990-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
675 1 Remarks and speeches 1981-1984
675 2 Remarks and speeches 1985-1986
675 3 Remarks and speeches 1988-1990
675 4 Remarks and speeches 1992
675 5 Remarks and speeches 1993-1994
675 6 Reorganization plan 1980-1982
675 7 Report of the Executive Director 1980
675 8 Reports prepared by the American Jewish Congress 1974-1984
675 9 Resolutions 1981-1994
675 10 Resources 1959-1970
675 11 Resources 1970-1982
675 12 Resources 1982-1983, 1989
675 13 Response to Foxman 1990
675 14 Resumes 1984-1986
675 15 Resumes 1987
675 16 Resumes 1988-1989
675 17 Resumes 1990-1993
675 18 Resumes, Commission for Women’s Equality 1991-1993
675 19 Resumes, Comptroller 1987
675 20 Resumes, Director of Development 1986-1987
675 21 Resumes, Washington Representative 1987-1988
675 22 Retrenchment and reorganization at American Jewish Congress 1990
675 23 Richard Cohen Associates 1988-1992
675 24 Robert Bork nomination 1987
675 25 Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Center 1992
675 26 Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Center 1990-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
676 1 Sabbagh, Hasib 1992-1993
676 2 Sale of property 1986-1990
676 3 Sayegh, Loretta Anne, complaint 1991
676 4 Schacter Peace Foundation 1989-1994
676 5 Schoichet, Muriel 1981
676 6 Schedule of Meetings 1983-1993
676 7 Search Committee, Executive Director 1992-1993
676 8 Search Committee, Presidential search 1993
676 9 Search for secretary 1988-1990
676 10 Senatorial Mission to Israel 1988
676 11 Sent or faxed to Executive Director 1989-1990
676 12 Sent or faxed to Executive Director 1990
676 13 Sent or faxed to Executive Director 1991-1992
676 14 Sent or faxed to Executive Director 1992-1993
676 15 Shooting of Lubavitcher Hasidic youths 1994
676 16 The Siegman Syndrome 1990
676 17 Simon Wiesenthal Center 1984-1991
676 18 Social policy 1992
676 19 Solomon Memorial Fund 1987
676 20 South Africa 1982-1986
676 21 South Africa 1987-1992
676 22 South Africa, Mandela visit 1990
676 23 South Africa, Mandela visit 1990
676 24 South Africa, Mayor Dinkins Anti-Apartheid Delegation 1991
676 25 South Africa, special project to fund 1985-1986
676 26 Soviet Jewry 1981-1984
676 27 Soviet Jewry 1985
676 28 Soviet Jewry 1985-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
677 1 Soviet Jewry 1986
677 2 Soviet Jewry 1987-1988
677 3 Soviet Jewry 1989-1993
677 4 Soviet Jewry, legal aid for Soviet Jews 1990-1992
677 5 Soviet Jewry, Soviet Jewish absorption in Israel 1988-1989
677 6 Soviet Jewry, Soviet Jewish absorption in Israel 1989-1990
677 7 Special meetings 1986-1993
677 8 Special meetings, Wolfensohn 1989
677 9 Special projects 1986-1989
677 10 Speeches and drafts 1970-1974
677 11 Speeches and drafts 1975-1979
677 12 Speeches and remarks 1985-1993
677 13 Speeches, Black-Jewish relations 1984-1988
677 14 Spiegel, Steven L. 1991-1992
677 15 Spiritually aimed global action for development 1983-1984
677 16 Squadron, Howard 1982, 1986-1989
677 17 Squadron, Howard, meetings 1981-1984
677 18 Staff retreats and meetings 1987-1993
677 19 Starr, Joyce R. 1989
677 20 State Department 1990-1992
677 21 State Department 1993-1994
677 22 State of the Organization Address 1992
677 23 Statements 1981
677 24 State University of New York, Stonybrook 1983
677 25 Stephen S. Wise Awards 1968, 1982-1993
677 26 Sternberg, Sigmund, Sir 1989-1992
677 27 Students Against Genocide (SAGE) 1993-1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
678 1 Strategic Planning Group 1993
678 2 Strategic Planning Group 1993
678 3 Strategic Planning Group 1993
678 4 Strategic Planning Group 1993
678 5 Strategic Planning Group 1994
678 6 Subscriptions and book orders 1985-1993
678 7 Succession to the presidency 1982
678 8 Suggestion box 1982
678 9 Sununu, John 1991
678 10 Supplies 1990-1994
678 11 Surveys 1988-1992
678 12 Susan and David Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies 1990-1992
678 13 Syracuse Area Middle East Dialogue Group 1984
678 14 Taskforce on American Jewish Congress Priorities May 20-21, 1979
678 15 Taskforce on American Jewish Congress Priorities May 20-21, 1979
678 16 Taskforce on American Jewish Congress Priorities May 20-21, 1979
678 17 Taskforce on the Anniversary of the Constitution 1986-1987
678 18 Taskforce on Campaign Finance 1986-1987
678 19 Taskforce on Farm Policy 1986-1987
678 20 Taskforce on Governance 1991-1993
678 21 Taskforce on the Martin Steinberg Center 1985-1986
678 22 Taskforce on Middle East Peace 1982
678 23 Taskforce on Middle East Peace 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
679 1 Taskforce on Middle East Peace 1987-1988
679 2 Taskforce on Priorities 1979, 1987
679 3 Taskforce on Public Perceptions of the American Jewish Congress 1986-1987
679 4 Taskforce on Religious Right 1992-1993
679 5 Taskforce on State and Local Responsibilities 1986-1987
679 6 Taskforce studies from regions 1979-1980
679 7 Tel-Aviv University, Israel’s Minorities 1993
679 8 Tel-Aviv University, Israel’s Minorities 1994
679 9 Telephone listing 1985-1993
679 10 Telephone messages 1984
679 11 Telephone messages 1986-1987
679 12 Telephone messages January-February 1987
679 13 Telephone messages March-April 1987
679 14 Telephone messages May-June 1987
679 15 Telephone messages June-August 1987
679 16 Telephone messages September-October 1987
679 17 Telephone messages November-December 1987
679 18 Telephone messages January-February 1988
679 19 Telephone messages March-April 1988
679 20 Telephone messages May-June 1988
679 21 Telephone messages June-August 1988
679 22 Telephone messages September-October 1988
679 23 Telephone messages November-December 1988
679 24 Telephone messages 1988-1989
679 25 Telephone messages January-February 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
680 1 Telephone messages March-April 1989
680 2 Telephone messages May-June 1989
680 3 Telephone messages June-August 1989
680 4 Telephone messages September-October 1989
680 5 Telephone messages November-December 1989
680 6 Telephone messages January-February 1990
680 7 Telephone messages March-May 1990
680 8 Telephone messages June-August 1990
680 9 Telephone messages September-December 1990
680 18 Telephone messages 1990-1992
680 19 Telephone messages 1990-1992
680 20 Telephone messages 1990-1993
680 21 Telephone messages 1990-1994
680 22 Telephone messages January-April 1991
680 23 Telephone messages May-August 1991
680 24 Telephone messages January-March 1992
680 25 Telephone messages April-June 1992
680 26 Telephone messages July-August 1992
680 27 Telephone messages September-December 1992
680 28 Telephone messages January-February 1993
680 29 Telephone messages March-May 1993
680 30 Telephone messages June-August 1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
681 1 Telephone messages September-December 1993
681 2 Telephone messages September-December 1993
681 3 Telephone messages 1993-1994
681 4 Telephone messages 1993-1994
681 5 Telephone messages 1994
681 6 Temkin case 1973
681 7 Tempelsman, Maurice 1989, 1991
681 8 Terrorism 1969-1973
681 9 Terrorism 1982-1992
681 10 Tikkun Magazine 1988-1992
681 11 “To Grow in Wisdom” 1987
681 12 Transition 1994
681 13 Translation services 1991
681 14 Travel 1987-1989
681 15 Treatment of Arabs in Israel 1984-1992
681 16 Tribute to Henry Siegman 1994
681 17 Trips 1985-1987
681 18 Trips 1988-1989
681 19 Trips 1990-1991
681 20 Trips 1992-1993
681 21 Trip to Cairo and Israel 1993
681 22 Trip to Morocco 1979-1980
681 23 Twersky, David 1989-1990
681 24 25 Club 1986-1987
681 25 25 Club 1987
681 26 Ujamaa 1988
681 27 United Jewish Appeal 1982-1986
681 28 United Jewish Appeal, Federation Organization and Development Study 1987
681 29 United Nations 1982-1986
681 30 United Nations 1987-1993
681 31 United Nations, Decade for Women 1984-1985
681 32 United States-Arab relations 1981-1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
682 1 United States Congress 1987-1993
682 2 United States Congress 1991-1993
682 3 United States Interreligious Committee for Peace in the Middle East 1987-1993
682 4 University Disclosure Legislation 1985-1992
682 5 University Summer Seminar 1986-1988
682 6 Vatican 1980-1984
682 7 Vatican 1985
682 8 Vatican 1986
682 9 Vatican 1988-1984
682 10 Vatican, meeting with Pope John Paul II 1987
682 11 Voice of Conscience Award 1985
682 12 Voters count 1993
682 13 Wald, Dennis E. 1983
682 14 Waldheim, Kurt 1986
682 15 Waldheim, Kurt 1987
682 16 Waldheim, Kurt 1987, 1990-1992
682 17 Walhalla Golgotha Auschwitz 1991
682 18 Washington Heights experiments 1970
682 19 Washington Policy Council 1984
682 20 White House 1992-1993
682 21 White Rose Foundation 1983
682 22 White Rose Foundation 1985
682 23 White Rose Foundation 1985-1986
682 24 White Rose Foundation 1985-1986
682 25 White Rose Foundation 1986
682 26 White Rose Foundation 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
683 1 White Rose Foundation 1987
683 2 White Rose Foundation 1987
683 3 White Rose Foundation 1987
683 4 White Rose Foundation 1987
683 5 White Rose Foundation 1988
683 6 White Rose Foundation 1988-1989
683 7 White Rose Foundation 1991-1993
683 8 White Rose Foundation, Spring Conference 1989-1990
683 9 Wolpe, Howard 1990-1991
683 10 Women’s Division 1975-1976
683 11 Women’s Division 1978-1982
683 12 Word processing and computer information 1989
683 13 World Council of Churches 1978-1983
683 14 World Jewish Congress 1979-1985
683 15 World Jewish Congress 1980-1985
683 16 World Jewish Congress 1985
683 17 World Jewish Congress 1986
683 18 World Jewish Congress 1987-1993
683 19 Yale University, Judaic Studies Program 1991-1993
683 20 Yitzhak Rabin Luncheon 1992
683 21 Young Leadership Mission 1978-1979, 1989
683 22 Zakheim, Dov 1993-1994
683 23 Zionist Organization of America 1988
683 24 Zogby, James J. 1990
683 25 Zogby, James J. 1990-1993

Subseries C: Phil Baum, undated, 1932, 1952, 1962-2002

46 Bankers boxes.
Arrangement:

Subject files and administrative files arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

Philip Baum was the Executive Director from May 1993 to January 2002, and later became a senior advisor on world affairs at the American Jewish Congress. He is an author of numerous books and publications on various aspects of Europe and and Middle East politics as well as anti-Semitism. Philip Baum began at the American Jewish Congress in 1949 as an attorney for its Commission on Law and Social Action (CLSA) and later became the head of its Commission on International Affairs (CIA) and an associate executive director of the American Jewish Congress. He supervised a number of programs involving the Jewish communities abroad, including Soviet, Syrian, Iranian and Ethiopian Jews, and helped coordinate the American-Israeli Dialogue, a forum for exchange of views among leading Jewish intellectuals from both countries. As an attorney, Philip Baum participated in litigation before the United States Supreme Court and lower courts related to the separation of church and state, civil rights, censorship, and immigration.

Subseries C: Philip Baum contain correspondence, telephone messages, handwritten notes, meeting minutes, clippings and photocopies, reports, and some publications. The files are predominantly in English, with some materials in Polish, German and Hebrew. The subjects files are arranged alphabetically, and administrative files are arranged chronologically. Due to filing inconsistencies that existed at the American Jewish Congress during Baum’s tenure as Executive Director, some of his files may contain material that is unrelated to the file name or folder heading. The files have been reassembled and arranged as much as possible, but there are irregularities that remain in file structure and organization.

Although some files contain material of both administrative and subject-related in nature, Subseries C: Phil Baum has been divided into two sub-subseries, subject and administrative files. Sub-subseries a: Subject Files have been arranged alphabetically. Sub-subseries b: Administrative Files have been arranged to include two major overlapping groups of correspondence. First, the Alphabetical correspondence (Boxes 716-719) is internally arranged by year, from 1994-1998. Second, Chronological correspondence (Boxes 719-726) is further arranged by month and year. Memoranda to Staff (Boxes 727-729) are arranged by month and year. Please check all relevant folders in all boxes for related material.

Subsubseries a: Subject Files, undated, 1932, 1952, 1962-2002.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically.

BoxFolderTitleDate
684 1 American Jewish Congress, Business Plan undated
684 2 American Jewish Congress, Certificate of Incorporation 1932
684 3 American Jewish Congress, Citizen Action Network 1987
684 4 American Jewish Congress, Constitution 1986, 1988, 1994, 1996
684 5 American Jewish Congress, Convention 1988
684 6 American Jewish Congress, Leadership 1999
684 7 American Jewish Congress, Jewish Heritage Series 1995
684 8 American Jewish Congress, Mission Statement 1993
684 9 Advertisement campaign 1994-1995
684 10 Administrative and financial matters 1994-1995
684 11 Administration and officers undated, 1994-1999
684 12 History 1950-1998
684 13 Core issues advisory group 1962, 1996
684 14 Executive committee meetings 2000-2001
684 15 “A” General subjects 1986-1987
684 16 Abraham Fund/Alan Slifka Foundation 1995-1998
684 17 Abram, Morris undated, 1980, 1986
684 18 Abrams, Eliot 1997
684 19 Abu Dhabi 2000
684 20 Absorption (Israel) 1987, 1991-1992
684 21 Abzug, Bella 1998
684 22 ABC Network 1983-1988
684 23 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty 2001
684 24 Academy of Peace Act 1983
684 25 Accuracy in academia 1986
684 26 Achille Lauro hijacking/Abu Abbas 1985-1986, 1996
684 27 Advocacy (non-profit) 1993, 1995
684 28 Anti-Defamation League 1999, 2001-2002
684 29 Affirmative action 1995, 1998-2002
684 30 American Jewish Congress programs 1980-1982, 1990
684 31 American Jewish Congress program highlights 1994-1995
684 32 American Jewish Congress report to the National Funding Councils 1998
684 33 American Jewish Congress, Radical Islamic Fundamentalism Update 1996-1998
684 34 American Jewish Congress, Report on the State of the Organization undated
684 35 American Jewish Congress, Restricted funds 1997
684 36 American Jewish Congress, Retreat 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
685 1 American Jewish Congress, Advertising rates 2000
685 2 American Jewish Congress, Schroeder award 1977
685 3 American Jewish Congress, Selection Committee/Merger Committee 1993, 1996-2001
685 4 American Jewish Congress, 70th Anniversary 1986-1988
685 5 American Jewish Congress, 75th Anniversary 1993
685 6 American Jewish Congress, Shareholders Project (Will Maslow) 1975
685 7 American Jewish Congress, Strategic Plan 1996
685 8 American Jewish Congress, State Tax Exemption certificate 1995
685 9 American Jewish Congress, Structure undated, 1991
685 10 American Jewish Congress, Table of Organization undated
685 11 American Jewish Congress, talking points 1998
685 12 American Jewish Congress, Young Leadership Division 1998
685 13 Amnesty International 1983-1996
685 14 Amos: The National Partnership for Social Justice 2001-2002
685 15 Amsterdam News 2000
685 16 Amoco 1999
685 17 Annual Leadership Awards 1998
685 18 Amin, Idi 1975
685 19 American Zionist Movement 1995-1996
685 20 American Professors for Peace in the Middle East 1983
685 21 American President Lines 1977
685 22 American Muslim Council 1996-2001
685 23 American Library Association 1990, 1992-1993
685 24 American Jewish World Service 1984
685 25 American Jewish political views 1995
685 26 American Jewish community 1993, 1995
685 27 American Jewish Committee 1968-1996
685 28 American Friends Service Committee 1983, 1989
685 29 Americans for a Safe Israel 1985-1995
685 30 American Enterprise Institute 1987
685 31 American Federation of Teachers 1997
685 32 American Civil Liberties Union 1988-1989
685 33 American Business Council on the Middle East 1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
686 1 American Jewish Committee II 1996-2001
686 2 American Bar Association 1987-1995
686 3 American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee 1986
686 4 Ambassadors 1991
686 5 Amal 1985
686 6 American-Israeli Dialogue, Correspondence 1983
686 7 American-Israeli Dialogue, Correspondence 1987-1989
686 8 American-Israeli Dialogue, Minutes of Public Session 1985
686 9 Alter, Michel 1989
686 10 Al Roy 1982
686 11 Al Qaida terrorism 2002
686 12 Alitalia undated, 1976
686 13 Algeria 1991, 1999-2001
686 14 Alfa bank 2000-2001
686 15 Anderson, Jeremy 1997
686 16 Ajami, Fouad 1997-1998
686 17 Alaska 1983, 2000
686 18 Albania 1992, 1998
686 19 Alabama 1998
686 20 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 1988-1998
686 21 Air Force 1986
686 22 Agenda 1980, 1994-1995, 1997
686 23 Agunah rights 1995
686 24 AIDS 1987, 1991, 2001
686 25 Airborne Express 1999
686 26 Africa 1985, 2000-2001
686 27 African National Congress 1986-1987
686 28 Afghanistan 1979-2001
686 29 American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations 1985, 1991
686 30 Arab silence undated
686 31 Arabs in Israel, Arab refugees 1957-1958, 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
687 1 Arab lobbying 1990-2000
687 2 Arab propaganda 1981-1991
687 3 Arab defamation 1986, 1990
687 4 Arab embassies 1990
687 5 Arab influence 1983, 1985
687 6 Arab investments in the United States 1981-1982
687 7 Arab-Jewish Dialogue 1987-2000
687 8 Arab Boycott I 1981-1991
687 9 Arab Boycott II 1992-2001
687 10 Anti-vandalism 1981
687 11 Anti-terrorist legislation 2001-2002
687 12 Apartheid 1985
687 13 Arab Americans 1983-1984, 1995-1997
687 14 Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee 1997-1999
687 15 Arab apologists 1982
687 16 Anti-Semitism 1985-1988
687 17 Anti-Semitism 1989-2000
687 18 Anti-Semitism 1994-2001
687 19 Anti-Semitism, Conferences 1983, 1999
687 20 Anti-boycott 1981, 1983
687 21 Anti-Defamation League 1980-1993
687 22 Anti-Defamation League Project 1985-1991
687 23 Antioch School of Law 1982
687 24 Angola 1976
687 25 Annual Policy Conference 2000
687 26 Anderson, John 1980
687 27 Arafat, Yasser 1987-2002
BoxFolderTitleDate
688 1 Argentina 1988-2000
688 2 Architects (American Institute of Architects and Arab propaganda) 1976-1977, 1983
688 3 Arendt, Hannah 2001
688 4 Arens, Richard 1948-1951, 1983
688 5 Armenia 1986-2000
688 6 Arms control 1983, 1985-1992
688 7 Arms sales 1978, 1980, 1990
688 8 Aronson, Bernard/Aronson, Arnold 1981-1983, 1998
688 9 Art Israel 1987
688 10 Ashcroft, John 2001
688 11 Association of Christians in Real Estate 1981
688 12 Aspen 1979
688 13 Association of Reform Zionists of America (ARZA) 1979, 1995-1997
688 14 AT&T divestment 1991
688 15 Asylum 1985-1988
688 16 Atlanta 1983, 1986, 1988
688 17 Audio recordings Black-Jewish accord Zeskin/Goldstein Yeshiva 1985, 1996
688 18 Auschwitz convent 1986-1999
688 19 Australia 1987-1997
688 20 Austria 1979-2000
688 21 AWACS defeat directive (arms sales) 1981-1983
688 22 Azerbaijan 1993, 1996-2001
688 23 “B” General subjects 1986-1996
688 24 Baby Jane Doe 1984-1985
688 25 Baker, James 1989
688 26 Ball, George W. 1982
688 27 Bakke case 1978-1979
688 28 Banks 1978-1979, 1983, 1991-1992
688 29 Barbados synagogue 1984-1987, 1990, 1996
688 30 Bar-Ilan, David 1991-1998
688 31 Baron, Andy 1999
688 32 Baum, Phil, Articles 1994-1995
688 33 Baum, Phil, Articles 1995-1996
688 34 Baxter International 1991-1996
688 35 Bayer, Abraham 1994-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
689 1 Bechtel Corporation 1977-1982
689 2 Bedouin in Israel 2001
689 3 Begun, Martin 1995-1996
689 4 Beilin, Yossi 2000-2001
689 5 Bell Curve 1995
689 6 Bellush, Bernard 1985, 1991
689 7 Bequests 1996-2000
689 8 Berkeley Initiative 1984
689 9 Berenson, Lori 2000
689 10 Berger, Paul 1987, 1995-1996
689 11 Berger, Robert 2001
689 12 Berger, Sandy 2000
689 13 Berlow, Meyer undated, 1985
689 14 Bermuda 1983-1984
689 15 Bicentennial Seder 1987
689 16 Bikel, Theodore 1984-1998
689 17 Bilingualism 1980-1981, 1985
689 18 Bin Laden, Osama 2001
689 19 Biographies I 1990-1993
689 20 Biographies II 1996-1998
689 21 Bitburg visit 1985
689 22 Biomedical ethics 1984, 1987, 1990-1998
689 23 John Birch Society 1984-1985
689 24 Birth control 1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
690 1 Black anti-Semitism 1992-1995
690 2 Black caucus 1982-1996
690 3 Black Hebrews 1986-1999
690 4 Black-Jewish relations 1988-1992
690 5 Black Media 1989-2000
690 6 Blakeslee, Spencer 1996
690 7 Block grants undated, 1981
690 8 Bloom, Harold undated, 1981
690 9 Bloomberg, Michael 2001
690 10 Blum, Fred 2000
690 11 Blum, Lawrence, Internship in honor of undated
690 12 Blum, Yehuda 1978, 1983, 1985
690 13 B’nai B’rith 1977, 1995-1997
690 14 Board of Advisers/Board of Trustees 1988-1993
690 15 Board of Advisers/Board of Trustees 1994-1996
690 16 Board of Advisers/Board of Trustees 1996-1999
690 17 Board of Trustees 1985-1999
690 18 Board of Trustees/Middle East Mission 1983-1988
690 19 Board of Advisers meetings 1994-1996, 1999
690 20 Board of Trustees meetings 1981-1982
690 21 Board of Trustees meetings 1983-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
691 1 Boat people (refugees) 1979
691 2 Bork, Robert 1987
691 3 Bornstein, Jerome 1952, 1988-1990
691 4 Bosnia 1992-1994
691 5 Bosnia 1995-1996
691 6 Boston case 1982-1983
691 7 Boston fundraising 1997-1998, 2000
691 8 Boy Scouts of America 1993
691 9 Bradley, Bill 1998-1999
691 10 Brandeis University 1987, 1991, 1996
691 11 Brazil 1972-1979, 1985-1987, 1993
691 12 Breger, Marshall 1980-1986
691 13 Breira 1981-1982
691 14 Brill, Steven 1996
691 15 Brinkley, David 1981
691 16 Brochures undated
691 17 Brookings Institution 1987, 1996
691 18 Brooks, Joel 1982-1984
691 19 Bronfman, Edgar 1982-1983, 1994-1996
691 20 Bronx Division 1990
691 21 Bruzonsky, Mark 1972-1976, 1984
691 22 Brzezinski, Zbigniew 1976-1979
691 23 Buchanan, Patrick 1992, 1996, 1999
691 24 Budget 1996
691 25 Budget 1997
691 26 Budget 1998
691 27 Budget 1999
691 28 Budget 2000
691 29 Budget Committee 1981-1987
691 30 Budget Committee 1993-1994
691 31 Budget Committee 1999
691 32 Budget Committee 2000-2002
691 33 Building Committee 1994-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
692 1 Bunche, Ralph 1980
692 2 Burger King in Jerusalem 1999-2000
692 3 Bush, George H.W. 1988, 1992
692 4 Business International 1976
692 5 Business mission 1985
692 6 Business Roundtable undated, 1977
692 7 “C” General subjects 1978-1990
692 8 Call to Conscience 1983
692 9 Cambodia 1970
692 10 Cambodia 1979-1980
692 11 Cambodia 1980
692 12 Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) 1997, 1999, 2001
692 13 Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in American (CAMERA) 1987-1988, 2000
692 14 Campaign finance reform 1983-1984, 1987, 1997
692 15 Canada 1980-1988
692 16 Capital punishment 1979, 1996
692 17 Camp David 2000
692 18 Campus tensions 1994
692 19 Carlton, Steven 1994
692 20 Carmelite convent at Auschwitz 1989-1991
692 21 Carter Center 1983, 1990
692 22 Catholic bishops 1983, 1989
692 23 CBS Network 1982-2000
692 24 Censorship 1980-1981, 1988, 1991
692 25 Center for Prejudice Reduction and Children Advancing Tolerance (CPR-CHAT) 1995
692 26 Center for United Nations Reform Education 1980-1981
692 27 Central America 1987, 1999
692 28 Central Asia 1998-1999
692 29 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) 1996
692 30 Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) 1978-1979
692 31 Chamoun, Dory, Lebanon 1982
692 32 Chanin, Leona and Marcy 1981, 1997-1998
692 33 Chancellor, John (NBC) 1983-1984
692 34 Charitable choice proposal 1999-2000
692 35 Charitable registration, deductions 1979, 1987
692 36 Charter of New York City, revision 1989
692 37 Charter schools 2000
692 38 Cheney, Richard 2000
692 39 Chemical weapons 1997
692 40 Chess 1986
692 41 Chicago crèche case 1985, 1987
692 42 Child care legislation 1988-1989
692 43 Chile 1981, 1984, 1994
692 44 China 1987-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
693 1 Christian Coalition 1994-1999
693 2 Christic Institute 1987
693 3 Church burnings, Tisha B’Av Fund 1996
693 4 Church-State, separation 1987, 1995, 1999
693 5 Committee on International Human Rights 1988-1989
693 6 Citizen Action Network 1985
693 7 City College (CUNY) 1988, 1995, 1999
693 8 Civil liberties 1981, 1984, 1995-1996
693 9 Civil rights 1980, 1987, 1989-1991
693 10 Civility and civil discourse 1995
693 11 Clinton, Hillary Rodham 1998-2000
693 12 Clinton, William J. 1991-2000
693 13 Claims Conference 1995, 2001
693 14 Clark, Ramsey 1979-1981
693 15 Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC) 1982
693 16 CNN Network 1998, 2000-2001
693 17 Coalition to Preserve Religious Liberty 1995
693 18 Coalitions 1981-1985
693 19 Cohen, Sheldon 2001
693 20 Colgate 1990
693 21 Commission on Civil Rights 1983-1986
693 22 Commission on International Affairs 1984, 1989, 1998, 2001
693 23 Commission on Inquiry into the Events on Beirut 1983
693 24 Commission on Jewish Life 1979, 1994-1995
693 25 Commission on Law and Social Action 1987-2000
693 26 Commission on Law and Social Action 1997
693 27 Commission for Women’s Equality 1985-2000
693 28 Commission for Women’s Equality 1992-1996
693 29 Commission for Women’s Equality 1996-1997
693 30 Commission on National Affairs 1984-1997
693 31 Commission on Urban Affairs 1978-1983
693 32 Committee on Israel and Middle East 1988-1989
693 33 Committee on Media Accountability 1976, 1982-1983
693 34 Committee on Present Danger 1983
693 35 Committee on Restructuring 1987
693 36 Common Market 1962, 1964-1981
693 37 Communications Advisory Board 1984
693 38 Communal restructuring 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
694 1 Con Edison 1983
694 2 Computers 1994-2001
694 3 Conable reports 1977-1998
694 4 Conference calls 1996-1998
694 5 Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations 1998-2000
694 6 Conference on Religion and Politics 1987
694 7 Conference on Religious Pluralism undated
694 8 Conference on Values in American Life 1999
694 9 Congratulations, Israel 1999
694 10 Congress, United States 1994-1995
694 11 Congress Action Network 2000-2001
694 12 Congress to Congress 1982-1983
694 13 Congressional Quarterly 1982
694 14 Conservatism undated, 1996
694 15 Connally, John B. 1979
694 16 Conoco 1995
694 17 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) 1994
694 18 Constitution, American Jewish Congress 1994-1999
694 19 Continuity 1994, 1996, 1998
694 20 Contract Sanctity 1983-1984
694 21 Contract with America 1994-1995
694 22 Contract with American Family 1995
694 23 Convention 1993
694 24 Convention 1994
694 25 Convention 1996
694 26 Convention 1996
694 27 Convention 1998
694 28 Convention 2000
694 29 Convention 2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
695 1 Convention, Spain and Israel 1991-1992
695 2 Convention 1988-1995
695 3 Courts undated, 1985
695 4 Council of Jewish Federations, National Funding Councils 1993-1998
695 5 Council on Foreign Relations 1992-1996
695 6 Criteria for Intervention 1999-2000
695 7 Critical Issues Forum 1979-1980
695 8 Crank letters 1980-1981, 1988, 1991
695 9 Community Relations Committees 1994-1995, 1997
695 10 Creches and religious symbols, public displays 1994-1998
695 11 Crime bill 1992-1994
695 12 Crisis Breakfast 1983, 1987, 1988
695 13 Croatia 1991-1997
695 14 Crown, Lester 1991, 1996
695 15 Cuba 1978-1994, 1996-2001
695 16 Cuba, American Jewish Congress trip (contains photographs) 1998-1999
695 17 Curtis, Michael undated, 1992
695 18 Cuomo, Andrew (contains photographs) 2000
695 19 Cuomo, Mario 1977-1983, 1995
695 20 Czechoslovakia 1979-1980, 1990-1991
695 21 “D” General subjects 1983-1989
695 22 Dailide, Algimants 1994
695 23 Danziger, Raphael 1981-1989
695 24 Day Schools, Jewish 1946, 1948, 1983
695 25 Direct Marketing, AB Data 1984-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
696 1 Death penalty 1984, 1986, 1995, 2000
696 2 Decade of Women 1982-1984
696 3 Decter, Midge 1984, 1988
696 4 Decter, Moshe 1990
696 5 Decter, Sheila 2001-2000
696 6 Defense 1980, 1982, 1996
696 7 Defense budget 1984-1986
696 8 Defense Language Institute 1982
696 9 Deir Yassin 1998
696 10 Demjanjuk, Denaturalization case 1985, 1992-1994
696 11 Demjanjuk, John 1993-1999
696 12 Democratic Party 1988, 1990-1992, 1996
696 13 Demographic issues 1984-1987, 1992
696 14 Demonstrations at the United Soviet Socialist Republics embassy 1985
696 15 Department of Commerce 1985
696 16 Department of Defense 1998
696 17 Department of Education undated
696 18 Department of State 1983
696 19 Dershowitz, Alan 1991-1992, 1999
696 20 Dershowitz, Nathan 1978-1983
696 21 Detroit, Michigan 1981, 1996
696 22 Development 1983-2001
696 23 Development Task Force 1985-1986
696 24 Diallo, Amadou case 1999
696 25 Dialogue in Israel 1964-1969, 1973-1984
696 26 Dialogue in Israel 1993-1994
696 27 Dialogue in Israel 1995
696 28 Dialogue in Israel 1997
696 29 Dialogue in Israel 1999
696 30 Dialogue in Israel 2000-2001
696 31 Dictionaries 1993
696 32 Dissent on Israel 1987-1989
696 33 Dissent on Israel 1990-1993
696 34 Dole, Robert 1990, 1995
696 35 “Domestic AIPAC” and American Jewish Congress 2000
696 36 Domestic Policy Conference 1988-1989
696 37 Domestic violence 1997
696 38 Dorf, Matt 2000
696 39 Dominican Republic 1981, 1983
BoxFolderTitleDate
697 1 District of Columbia, statehood 1987
697 2 Dinstein, Yoram undated, 1969-1973, 1977
697 3 Dinkins, David N. 1989-1997
697 4 Drezon-Trepler, Marcia 1975, 1990-1992
697 5 Drop-outs 1984
697 6 Dube, Edward 1984
697 7 Dukakis, Michael 1988
697 8 Duke, David 1999
697 9 Dubrovnik, Croatia 1998
697 10 Duran, Khalid 1998-1999
697 11 Durban Conference 2001
697 12 Duvenger, Maurice 1982-1983
697 13 “E” General subjects 1982-1993
697 14 East Germany 1967-1980
697 15 Eastern Europe 1992
697 16 Eastern European Mission 1985-1987
697 17 Eastern European Mission 1986-1987
697 18 Eastern Airlines 1986
697 19 Eckstein, Yechiel 1994-1998
697 20 Education 1983-2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
698 1 Egypt 1984-1985, 2000
698 2 El Al 1981-1997
698 3 Eizenstat Task Force 1989
698 4 Electoral college reform 1992
698 5 Elkadi, Mohammed 1981
698 6 Elkin, Jack 2000-2001
698 7 Ellingwood, Herbert 1985
698 8 Ellis Island 1998
698 9 El Salvador 1982-1987, 1997-1999
698 10 Embassies 1985, 1987
698 11 Emerson, Steve 1994-1999
698 12 Energy 1992-1994, 2001
698 13 Engelman, William 1995
698 14 English Language 1987-1988, 1996
698 15 Entebbe, Uganda 1986
698 16 Environment 1984, 1992-1994
698 17 Equal rights amendment 1979-1980
698 18 Erosion of Jewish influence 2000
698 19 Espionage (Pollard) 1985-1986, 1992
698 20 Estonia 1999
698 21 Ethiopia 1987-2000
698 22 Ethiopian Jews 1987-2000
698 23 European Declaration 1980
698 24 European Union 1996-1997
698 25 Evangelicals 1980, 1994-1996
698 26 Evangelical Right 1981-1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
699 1 Executive Committee 1984-1998
699 2 Executive Committee, meeting September 1994
699 3 Executive Committee, meeting November 1994
699 4 Executive Committee, meeting January 1995
699 5 Executive Committee, meeting March 1995
699 6 Executive Committee, meeting May 1995
699 7 Executive Committee, meeting October 1995
699 8 Executive Committee, meeting January 1996
699 9 Executive Committee, meeting February 1996
699 10 Executive Committee, meeting April 1996
699 11 Executive Committee, meeting (contain audiocassettes) June 1996
699 12 Executive Committee, meeting October 1996
699 13 Executive Committee, meeting April 1997
699 14 Executive Committee, meeting June 1997
699 15 Executive Committee, meeting October 1997
699 16 Executive Committee, meeting June 1999
699 17 Executive Committee, meeting November 2001
699 18 Executive Committee, meeting April 2002
699 19 Extremist speech 1987
699 20 Fair campaign practices 1982
699 21 Fairness doctrine 1984-1993
699 22 Fair housing 1983
699 23 Falwell, Jerry 1980-1981, 1999
699 24 Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) legislation 1997
699 25 Family Research Council 1998
699 26 Family studies undated
699 27 Farm crisis 1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
700 1 “F” General subject 1986-2000
700 2 Fagelson, David 1982-1994
700 3 Fahd Plan 1981-1982
700 4 Farkas, Robin 1996
700 5 Farrakhan, Louis 1988-1994
700 6 Farrakhan, Louis 1995-1996
700 7 Faxes sent and received 1995
700 8 Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) 1991, 1995, 1998
700 9 Federal Campaign 1986
700 10 Federal Communications Commission 1983-1984, 1987
700 11 Federal Election Commission 1983-1984
700 12 Federalism 1981, 1990
700 13 Federation letter 1996
700 14 Federations 1979-1999
700 15 Fedorenko, Feodor 1978-1980
700 16 Fein, Leonard 1999
700 17 Feingold, Henry L. 1998
700 18 Feldstein, Don 1993-1994
700 19 Fenster, Myron 2000
700 20 Feuerwerger, Marvin 1992
700 21 Fez Pact 1982-1983
700 22 Films 2001
700 23 Finality 2000
700 24 Findley, Paul 1985-1986
700 25 First ladies undated
700 26 Flacks, Paul 1994
700 27 Flag salute and burning 1989-1990, 1998
700 28 Flatow v. Islamic Republic of Iran 1999
700 29 Fleishman, Alfred 1975, 1982, 1998
700 30 Flug, Arthur 2001
700 31 Fluor Corporation 1978-1979
700 32 Focus groups undated
700 33 Fonda, Jane 1979
700 34 Food stamps and assistance 1984
700 35 Football prayer 2000
700 36 Forbes 1996
700 37 Ford Foundation 1980-1981
700 38 Fordham University 1987
700 39 Fordice, Kirk 1992
700 40 Foreign Agents Registration Act 1979-1982, 1989
700 41 Foreign Aid 1966-1978
700 42 Foreign Aid 1979-1994
700 43 Foreign Aid 1995-2000
700 44 Foreign investments 1982-1983, 1985
700 45 Foreign policy 1966-1971
700 46 Forster, Arnold 1995
700 47 Foster, Henry 1995
700 48 Foundations 1981-1984, 1994-1996
700 49 Foundations, proposals undated, 1988-1990
700 50 Fourth Geneva Convention 1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
701 1 France 1980-1982
701 2 Frank Leo, pardon 1956, 1982-1984, 1988
701 3 Frankel, Marvin 1994-1995, 2000
701 4 Free speech 1986, 1995-1996
701 5 Frost, Shimon 1981
701 6 Fundamentalist Update 1994-1997
701 7 Fundamentalists Anonymous 1987-1991
701 8 Fundraising 1979-1999, 2002
701 9 Fundraising, awards/honorees 1986, 1994
701 10 Fundraising, Communications Award 1995
701 11 Fundraising, Inaugural 1995
701 12 Fundraising, Brandeis Award 1995
701 13 Fundraising, Entrepreneur Award 1996
701 14 Fundraising, Inaugural 1996
701 15 Fundraising, award prospects 1996-1997
701 16 Fundraising 1996-1997
701 17 Fundraising, presidential inauguration 1998
701 18 “G” General subjects 1982-1996
701 19 Galkin, Florence 1993-1997
701 20 Gasoline tax 1983-1985, 1990
701 21 Geffen trust 1995, 2001
701 22 General Assembly, Council of Jewish Federations 1994
701 23 General counsel 1996-1997
701 24 Genetics 1997-1998
701 25 Geneva Convention 1985-1992
701 26 Genocide 1949-1952, 1984, 1988-19899
701 27 German unification 1989-1990, 1995-1996
701 28 Germany 1970-1989
701 29 Germany 1990-2000
701 30 Gerson, Allan 1977-1992
701 31 Gewirtz, Paul 1996, 2001
701 32 Ghana 1983-1985
701 33 Gift proposal 1986-1988
701 34 Gingrich, Newt 1995
701 35 Ginsburg, Ruth Bader 1993
701 36 Ginsburg, Douglas 1987
701 37 Gitlin, Martin 1971-1972
701 38 Giuliani, Rudolph 1989, 1993-1995
701 39 Glemp, Joseph 1989-1991
701 40 Glenn, John 1983
701 41 Glickenhaus, Seth 1993-1995
701 42 Goldberg, Jay 1996
701 43 Goldhagen, Daniel Jonah 1996
701 44 Goldin, Jay 1996
701 45 Goldberg, Danny 1994-1996
701 46 Goldman, Marshall 1998
701 47 Governance 1986-2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
702 1 Goldmann, Nahum 1970-1982
702 2 Goldstein, Joel 1992
702 3 Goller, Janet 1999
702 4 Golub, Harvey 1996
702 5 Gore, Albert 1999
702 6 Governing Council September 1994
702 7 Governing Council January 1995
702 8 Governing Council June 1995
702 9 Governing Council September 1995
702 10 Governing Council November 1995
702 11 Governing Council February 1996
702 12 Governing Council May 1996
702 13 Governing Council September 1996
702 14 Governing Council January 1997
702 15 Governing Council March 1997
702 16 Governing Council November 1997
702 17 Governing Council 1987-2000
702 18 Governing Council, New Members Meeting September 1998
702 19 Governing Council, Parliamentary Procedure 1994-1996
702 20 Governing Council, Speakers 1981-1985
702 21 Governing Council, Special Meeting April 1995
702 22 Governing Council, Meeting January 2004
702 23 Gramm-Rudman Act 1986
702 24 Grant proposals 1981, 1995-2000
702 25 Gray, Robert 1983
702 26 Great Britain 1979-1998
702 27 Greece 1987-1998
702 28 Green, Mark 1986
702 29 Greenberg, Barry 2000
702 30 Grenada 1983-1984
702 31 Ground Zero 2001
702 32 Grove City 1984-1988
702 33 G-7 1993
702 34 Guatemala 1986, 1990
702 35 Gruinier, Lani C. 1983
702 36 Gun control 1987, 1999-2000
702 37 Gulf Crisis 1990-1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
703 1 Gund Foundation 1984
703 2 Guyana 1984
703 3 “H” General subjects 1979-1992
703 4 Habeas corpus 1996
703 5 Hadassah 1988, 1998
703 6 Haiti 1980-1981, 1985, 1992, 1994
703 7 Harmon, James 1996
703 8 Harvard University 1983-1984, 1998
703 9 Hasbara Project 1977, 1985-2000
703 10 Hasidim 1980
703 11 Hastert, Dennis 1999
703 12 Hate speech 1992-2000
703 13 Hazony, Yoram 2000-2002
703 14 Health care 1992-1997
703 15 Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) Secretary 1978
703 16 Heilman, Samuel 1986
703 17 Heller Trial 1983-1985
703 18 Hellman, Yehudah 1982
703 19 Helms Amendment 1979-1980, 1989
703 20 Helsinki Final Act 1985, 1988
703 21 Herald Tribune 1978-1979
703 22 Heritage Foundation 1993
703 23 Hertzberg, Arthur 1966, 1872-1978, 1986, 1994
703 24 Herzig, Chiae 1999
703 25 Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) 1971-1973, 1995-1996, 2001
703 26 Hijacking, advertisement 1976
703 27 Hillel 1983, 1996, 1998
703 28 Hispanics 1982-2001
703 29 Hochbaum, Martin 1979-1996
703 30 Hochbaum, Martin, National Domestic Policy Conference 1985
703 31 HIV testing 1992, 1995
703 32 Hoenlein, Malcolm 1994, 1999
703 33 Holbrooke, Richard 1996-1997, 1999
703 34 Holland 1979, 1995
703 35 Holocaust insurance 1998
703 36 Holocaust revisionism 2000-2001
703 37 Holocaust Center, Long Island 1998-2002
703 38 Holocaust reparations 1999-2000
703 39 Holtzman, Elizabeth 1978-1998
703 40 Homework 1981
703 41 Homosexuality 1995, 1998
703 42 Hormel, James 1998-1999
703 43 Hospitals 1979
703 44 Hostages 1987-1991
703 45 House Broadcasting System 1983
703 46 Housing 1983, 1987, 1994, 1998
703 47 Howard Beach 1987
703 48 Howe, Irwing 1993
703 49 Hudson Institute 2000-2001
703 50 Hungary 1985, 1989-2000
703 51 Hunger 1983-1984
703 52 Hunter College 1984
703 53 Iceland 1986
703 54 Immigration 1993-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
704 1 Inflation 1978, 1980
704 2 Initiatives 1989
704 3 Inoue-Kasten Act 1987-1988
704 4 Inter-faith activities 1984
704 5 Inter-group relations 1994
704 6 Intermarriage 1979, 1986, 1994
704 7 International anti-Semitism 1982, 1990, 1998
704 8 International Commission of Jurists 1982
704 9 International Council of Jewish Women 1982
704 10 International Court of Justice 1985
704 11 International Criminal Court 1996-1997, 2000
704 12 International Human Rights 1986-1987, 1990-1992, 1996
704 13 International Labor Organization 1977-1980
704 14 Internet 1994-2001
704 15 Inter-religious relations 1991-1992, 1997, 2000
704 16 Interns for Peace 1979
704 17 Intersearch 1979-1981
704 18 Intourist 1986
704 19 Inventory of Democracy 1983-1989
704 20 Iowa trip 1986
704 21 Iran 1987, 1995-1997
704 22 Iranian Jews 1998-2000
704 23 Iran-Iraq War 1980-1984
704 24 Iraq 1990-1997
704 25 Iraq, reactor bombing 1980-1981
704 26 Ireland, Irish Republican Army 1984-1987, 1995
704 27 Internal Revenue Service 1977, 1993-1997
704 28 Islam 1979-1988
704 29 Islam 1993-2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
705 1 Islam, research 1981-1985
705 2 Islamic Supreme Council of America 2000
705 3 Israel at 50 1997-1998
705 4 Israel Mission 2001
705 5 Israel water 2002
705 6 Israel, Steve 2000
705 7 Itai 2003-2004
705 8 Italy 1967-1997
705 9 ITT Corporation 1977
705 10 “J” General subjects 1982, 1984, 1988, 1996
705 11 Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) 1997-2001
705 12 Jackson, Jesse 1987-1994
705 13 Jackson, Jesse 1994-1995
705 14 Jackson, Michael 1995
705 15 Jack Rosen Learning Dinners 1999
705 16 Lebanon 1982-2000
705 17 Leckert, Shlomo 1988
705 18 Lederer, Jeffrey 1997
705 19 Lee, Bill Lann 1997
705 20 Lee, Spike 1989, 1992
705 21 Legal services 1983-1985, 1995
705 22 Jacobs, Sydney 1988, 1993, 1996
705 23 Japan 1981-2001
705 24 Japanese reparations 1984-1986
705 25 Jeffries, Leonard 1991-1995, 1999
705 26 Jewish Community Relations Councils 1981-1997
705 27 Jerusalem 1984, 1998-2001
705 28 Jesus Day 2000
705 29 Jews for Jesus 1984-1992
705 30 Jews in Arab lands 1971-1974, 1988-1989
705 31 Jews in Armed Services 1977
705 32 Jew Suss 1983
705 33 Jethalani, Ram 1976
705 34 Jewish Agency 1969, 1972, 1978
705 35 Jewish Congressmen 1980
705 36 Jewish Defense League 1981-1989
705 37 Jewish elected officials 2000
705 38 Jewish Labor Committee 1979, 1989, 1998
705 39 Jewish Museum 1995, 2002
705 40 Jewish National Fund 1998
705 41 Jewish political power 1984
705 42 Jewish religious right 1994
705 43 Jewish Telegraphic Agency 1998
705 44 Joint Distribution Committee 1982-1996
705 45 Joint meetings with Anti-Defamation League and American Jewish Committee 1999
705 46 Jordan 1988-1995
705 47 Jordan Mission 1985
705 48 Judaism 1981-2002
705 49 Judiciary 1988-2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
706 1 “K” General subjects 1976-1996
706 2 Kahan, Michael 1998-2000
706 3 Kahane, Meir 1987-1992
706 4 Kahn, David 1994-1997
706 5 Kahn, David 1996-2000
706 6 Kahn, David, Biography undated, 1995
706 7 Kahn Resource Center 1987-1989
706 8 Katzenell, Miriam Claire 1976-1977
706 9 Kennedy, Anthony 1987
706 10 Kenen, Peter 1974-1975
706 11 Kent State University 1994-1995
706 12 Kentucky 2000
706 13 King Hussein of Jordan 1999
706 14 King, Martin Luther, Jr. 1983-1998
706 15 Kessler, Jonathan 1999-2001
706 16 Kipper, David 1998
706 17 Kinneret Foundation 1985
706 18 “Kirchentag” 1985
706 19 Kirkpatrick, Jeane 1981-1986
706 20 Kiryas Joel 1989-1998
706 21 Kissinger, Henry 1998
706 22 Klarsfeld, Beate 1974-1976
706 23 Klagsbrun, Samuel 1990
706 24 Klein, Dennis 1999
706 25 Klein, Mort 1999
706 26 KLM Airlines 1979, 1982
706 27 Klutznick, Philip 1978-1982
706 28 Koch, Edward 1983-1985, 1990-1995
706 29 Kollek, Teddy 1980-1993
706 30 Koppelman, Murray 1993, 1995
706 31 Korea 1992-1993
706 32 Koreh, Ferenc 1977-1978
706 33 Kosher foods 1979, 1993, 1996
706 34 Kosovo 1998-1999
706 35 Koteret, Laila 1984
706 36 Krajewski, Stanislaw 1991
706 37 Ku Klux Klan 1979-1981, 1989, 1995
706 38 Kuwait 1977-1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
707 1 “L” General subjects 1980-1996
707 2 Lack, Daniel 1978
707 3 The Land Council, Inc. 1980
707 4 Land Reform 1979
707 5 Lantos, Tom 1981-1982
707 6 Large City Budgeting Conference reports 1976-1996
707 7 Latin America 1981-1986, 1993
707 8 Latin American, Mission 1981
707 9 Latvia 1990-1992
707 10 Lauder, Estee 1977-1978, 2001
707 11 Lavi Fighter Plane 1986-1987
707 12 L’Chaim, Television interview 1995
707 13 Leadership Award 1999
707 14 Leadership Award 2001
707 15 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights 1984-1985, 1996
707 16 Leadership development 1979-1980, 1987
707 17 Legislative status 1982-1984
707 18 Leibler, Isi 1981-1989
707 19 Lelyveld, Joseph 1998
707 20 Letters to the editor 1982-2000
707 21 Levin, Meyer 1978
707 22 Levine, Jacqueline undated
707 23 Levine, Naomi 1980-1984, 1991-2000
707 24 Levison, Sheldon 1980
707 25 Lewin, Nathan 1996
707 26 Lewis, Ann F. 1995-1997
707 27 Libel 1988
707 28 Liberty Lobby 1980-1981, 1996
707 29 Libraries 1993, 2001
707 30 Libya 1986-1987, 1995-1998
707 31 Lieberman, Joseph 1998-2002
707 32 Liebman Report 1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
708 1 Liebowitz, Amy 2000
708 2 Lifton, Bob 1987-1998
708 3 Lisa Act complaint 1976
708 4 Lithuania 1991-1997
708 5 Loan guarantees 1991-1997
708 6 Lobbying 1983-1996
708 7 Local 1707 1995-2000
708 8 Loeb, John L, Jr. 2001
708 9 Logan Act 1979
708 10 London Euro-American Dialogue 1996
708 11 Long Island, Trade Mission 1986-1990
708 12 L’Oreal 1994-1997
708 13 “M” General subjects 1982-2000
708 14 Ma’ariv 1979
708 15 Maccabi World Union 1984
708 16 Madoff Endowment Fund 1986-1995
708 17 Madrid 1993
708 18 Malaysia 1995-1998
708 19 Mandela, Nelson 1990
708 20 Mann, Theodore 1980-2001
708 21 Marayati, Salam 1999
708 22 March on Washington 1988
708 23 Marshall Fund 1993
708 24 Marttila Survey 1988
708 25 Mayors Conference 1994-1997
708 26 Mayors Conference 1997-1999
708 27 Mayors Conference 1999-2001
708 28 Media 1990-2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
709 1 Los Angeles 2000-2001
709 2 Louisiana Mission 1991-1992
709 3 Lubavitch 1979-1984
709 4 Morocco 1966, 1971-1986, 1999-2002
709 5 McGovern, George 1973
709 6 McGovern Amendment 1977-1978
709 7 Mason, Jackie 1994
709 8 Masri, Hana 2000
709 9 Maternal mortality 1996-1997
709 10 Mathias, Charles 1981
709 11 Maslow, Will 1974, 1986-2000
709 12 Menorahs 1985-1987
709 13 Membership 1991-1998
709 14 Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture 1994-1997
709 15 Medicare 1991-1995
709 16 Media blitz by National Association of Arab Americans 1982
709 17 Merger 1974-1975, 1993
709 18 Metropolitan Museum of Art 1982-1986
709 19 Mexico 1982-2003
709 20 Middle East Mission 1993
709 21 Middle East Mission 1997
709 22 Middle East Mission 2000
709 23 Middle East Mission (American Jewish Congress leadership) 1979-1981
709 24 Middle East investment 1993
709 25 Middle East/North Africa economic summit in Casablanca 1994
709 26 Military draft 1979-1980
709 27 Military tribunals 2001
709 28 Militia 1995-1996
709 29 Millstein Task Force 1986-1991
709 30 Mini-dialogue tour 1980
709 31 Minimum wage 1996
709 32 Minutes 1980-1981
709 33 Mission to Israel 1997
709 34 Mission to Israel 1999
709 35 Mission to Russia, Israel, Jordan 1998
709 36 Mission to Turkey, Israel 1997
709 37 Mission to Tunisia, Jordan 1995
709 38 Mission to Turkey, Morocco 1996
709 39 Mobil Oil Company 1984
709 40 Moakley-DeConcini Act 1987-1989
709 41 Moment Magazine 1979, 1983
709 42 Moment of Silence 1995
709 43 Moral Majority 1982-1984
709 44 Mormons 1984-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
710 1 Moscow Project 1990-1992
710 2 Moynihan, Daniel 1976-1981, 1998
710 3 Mozambique 1987, 2000
710 4 Munich Massacre Project 1979-1980
710 5 Muskie, Edmund 1980
710 6 Muslim-Jewish Dialogue 1995-1997
710 7 Mylroie, Laurie 1999
710 8 “N” General subjects 1978-1994
710 9 Nairobi conference 1985
710 10 Nakash affair 1996
710 11 National agenda, media 1982-1983
710 12 National agenda, political process 1981-1982
710 13 National alliance 1983
710 14 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) 1981-1997
710 15 National Association of Arab Americans 1982-1996
710 16 National Conference on Soviet Jewry 1980-1989, 1991
710 17 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1993-1998
710 18 National interest 1983-1985
710 19 National coalitions 1981-1982
710 20 National Conference of Black Lawyers 1985
710 21 National Council of Churches 1990-1997
710 22 National Endowment for the Arts 1992-1998
710 23 National Geographic 1985, 1991-1992
710 24 National Urban League 1970, 1979, 1997
710 25 Native Americans 2000
710 26 Natural gas 1999
710 27 National Political Action Committees 1995
710 28 National Public Radio 1998-2000
710 29 National Rifle Association 1985-1990
710 30 National security 1983
710 31 National service 1989-1993
710 32 National language 1986
710 33 National Lawyers Committee 1977-1978
710 34 National Organization of Women 1978-1979
710 35 NBC Network 1983, 1987-1991
710 36 National Institute of Health 1978
710 37 The Nation Magazine 1990
710 38 Nation of Islam 1995
710 39 Neusner, Jacob 1986-1987
710 40 Nestle Corporation 1979-1983
710 41 Neo-Nazism 1987-2000
710 42 Neo-conservatives 1984-2000
710 43 Newport, National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council 1992-1993
710 44 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, plenums 1981-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
711 1 New America 1979
711 2 New Federalism 1981-1982
711 3 New York Islamic Center 2001
711 4 New York Philharmonic 1984
711 5 New York, Terrorism 1983
711 6 New Israel Fund 1986-2001
711 7 New York Times 1957-2000
711 8 New York University 1982-2000
711 9 New Yorker Magazine 1983, 1985, 1999
711 10 Nigeria 1997, 1999
711 11 Nolte, Ernst 1987-2000
711 12 Non-Governmental Organizations 1979-1983
711 13 Noshrim 1983-1989
711 14 Novick Memorial Foundation for Black-Jewish Relations 1993
711 15 Nuclear issues 1983-1984, 1998
711 16 Nussbaum, Michael 2001
711 17 Nursing homes 1978-1982, 1988, 1998
711 18 “O” General subjects 1986-1993
711 19 Oakland, California 1983
711 20 Oberammergau 1983-1999
711 21 Obituaries 1994-1999
711 22 Oboler, Jeff 1993
711 23 O’Connor, Cardinal 1987-2000
711 24 Oil import 1982-1987
711 25 Oman 1985, 1995
711 26 One Florida 2000
711 27 Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) 1979
711 28 Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) 1976
711 29 Option Committee (merger) 1997-1998
711 30 Originals 1994-1997
711 31 Orthodox Jews 1988, 1997, 2001
711 32 Ozick, Cynthia 1984, 1988
711 33 “P” General subjects 1982-1994
711 34 Political Action Committees 1987
711 35 Pakistan 1981
711 36 Palestinian Authority 1997
711 37 Palestinian Authority, elections 1996
711 38 Palestinian Aid 1988
711 39 Palestinian Refugees 1982-2000
711 40 Palestinian Liberation Organization 1992-1994
711 41 Panama 1988-1989
711 42 Parental consent 1992
711 43 Paris Conference 1982
711 44 Parochial education 1985, 1994
711 45 Party conventions 1980
711 46 Passages Magazine 1992-1993
711 47 Patrick, Deval 1994
711 48 Patriot missiles 1991
711 49 Payton, John 1993
711 50 Peace Now 1979, 1993-1998
711 51 Peace process 1994-2000
711 52 Pearl, Marc 1979-1994
711 53 Pelavin, Mark 1980-1995
711 54 Persecution of Christians 1997-1999
711 55 Peru 1979-1984
711 56 Petegorsky, Dan 1981-1984
711 57 Peyote case (Employment Division v. Smith) 1990
711 58 Philadelphia Conference 1984
711 59 Pfeffer, Leo 1981-2000
711 60 Philanthropy 1984-1986
711 61 Photographs, Middle East trip 1982
711 62 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1983
711 63 Philip Morris Companies 1999
711 64 Poland 1979-1990
711 65 Police 1997
711 66 Policy Conference 1993
711 67 Political campaigns 1986-1990
BoxFolderTitleDate
712 1 Poland 1994-1998
712 2 Pollard, Jonathan 1987
712 3 Pollard, Jonathan 1988
712 4 Pollard, Jonathan 1989
712 5 Pollard, Jonathan 1990
712 6 Pollard, Jonathan 1991
712 7 Pollard, Jonathan 1992
712 8 Pollard, Jonathan 1993-1999
712 9 Pollard Jonathan, responses 1993-1995
712 10 Polls 1985-1988
712 11 Polls 1992-2001
712 12 Powell, Colin 1995
712 13 Presidential candidates 1987
712 14 Presidents’ Conference 1995-2001
712 15 Press 1981, 1999
712 16 Procter and Gamble 1993
712 17 Promise Keepers Movement 1996
712 18 Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) 1989
712 19 Rap music 1991
712 20 Reagan, Ronald 1981-1984
712 21 Religious pluralism 1996-1999
712 22 Reparations 1985-1996
712 23 Republican Party 1984-1994
712 24 Resolutions 1989-2001
712 25 Resolution UN-242 (Israel’s right to exist) 1967, 1991
712 26 Revlon 1991
712 27 Ribicoff Amendment 1976-1980
712 28 Robertson, Pat 1986-1999
712 29 Romania 1987-1996
712 30 Rosen, Jack 1998
712 31 Rosovsky, Henry 1977-1988
712 32 Russia 1996-1999
712 33 Rustin, Bayard 1968-1990
712 34 Rwanda 1994-1997
712 35 Said, Edward 1989-2001
712 36 Sakharov, Andrei 1980-1984
712 37 Saudi Arabia 1981-1985
712 38 Saudi Arabia 1986-1998
712 39 Schindler’s List (film) 1994-1997
712 40 School prayer 1982-1999
712 41 School vouchers 1983-1998
712 42 Seven-Up 1978-1979
712 43 Shad Polier Library 1978-1980
712 44 Shestack, Jerome 1980-1996
712 45 Siegman, Henry and Miriam, Madoff Investment 1992-1994
712 46 Sikhs 1990
712 47 Skokie, Illinois 1978-1979
712 48 Snitow, Virginia, Trust 1999
712 49 Sofaer, Abraham 1986-1995
712 50 Solarz, Stephen 1975-1998
712 51 Somalia 1992
712 52 Sontag, Susan 2001
712 53 Soobzokov, Cherim 1980
712 54 Sosa, Sammy 1999
712 55 South Africa 1987-1990
712 56 South Carolina 1995
712 57 Southern Baptists 1996
712 58 Soviet anti-Semitism 1979-1997
712 59 Soviet Jews 1990-1997
712 60 Speaking engagements 1974-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
713 1 Speaking engagements 1994-1995
713 2 State Department 1967-1999
713 3 Sutton, Milton 1980-2001
713 4 Swiss banks 1998-1999
713 5 Syria 1974-1992
713 6 Syria 1993-1997
713 7 Syria 2000-2002
713 8 Syrian Jewry 1974-1982
713 9 “T” General subjects 1980-1995
713 10 Taggants 1996-1997
713 11 Talbott, Strobe 1994
713 12 Task Force on Priorities 1978-1979
713 13 Tax exemption 1981-1990
713 14 Tax exemption 1992-1996
713 15 Teich, Howard 1994-2001
713 16 Teitelbaum, Doug 2001
713 17 Terrorism 1982-1995
713 18 Texaco Corporation (contains audiocassettes) 1996
713 19 Texaco Corporation, correspondence (contains videocassette) 1996
713 20 Tikkun Magazine 1994-1995
713 21 Timerman, Jacobo 1979-1983
713 22 Tisch, Tom 1986
713 23 Tobin, Gary 1995
713 24 Tomatoes 1985
713 25 Torture 1978-1989
713 26 Touro Law Center 1998
713 27 Tours 1977-1994
713 28 Trade bill 1978-1989
713 29 Trafficking in women 2001
713 30 Travel 1999
713 31 Travel 2000
713 32 Travel agreements 1980-1996
713 33 Travel, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Certificates 1984-1998
713 34 Trifa, Valerian 1979-1990
713 35 Turkey 1997-2002
713 36 United Nations 1982-1983
713 37 United Nations 1985-1987
713 38 United Nations 1998-2001
713 39 United Nations, Archives 1987
713 40 United Nations, Decade for Women 1982-1985
713 41 United Nations, Kittani 1981
713 42 United Nations, reform 1979-1983
713 43 United Nations Relief and Works Agency 1982-2004
713 44 United Nations, stamp (Palestinians) 1980
713 45 United Nations, Zionism Resolution 1975
713 46 Unitours 1980
713 47 United States Congress 1980-1992
713 48 United States Consulate 1980
713 49 United States Information Agency (USIA) 1984-1990
713 50 United States-Israel relations 1986-1992
713 51 United States Strategic link 1981
713 52 United States Labor Party 1976-1979
713 53 United States Mission to the United Nations 1981
713 54 USS Liberty 1977-1991
713 55 Universities 1975-1981
713 56 Universities 1982-1999
713 57 Urban Agenda 1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
714 1 “V” General subjects 1986-1990
714 2 Vance, Cyrus 1977-1978
714 3 Vandalism 1981
714 4 Vanunu, Mordechai 1987-1992
714 5 Vatican 1989-1998
714 6 Venezuela 1984
714 7 Vietnam 1967, 1979-1984
714 8 Visas 1978-1989
714 9 Voice of America 1985, 1987
714 10 Voter registration 1984
714 11 Voting Rights Act 1993-1996
714 12 “W” General subjects 1978-1995
714 13 Wal-Mart stores 2000
714 14 Waldheim, Kurt 1981-1994
714 15 Waldman, Lois 2000
714 16 Wall Street 1982-1988
714 17 Wallace, Mike, 60 Minutes 1979-1986
714 18 Wallenberg, Raoul 1984-1996
714 19 Wallenberg, Raoul, District of Columbia Chapter 1979-1995
714 20 Walus Case 1980-1981
714 21 Walzer, Michael 1994
714 22 War claims 1981, 1989, 1999
714 23 War crimes 1967-1979
714 24 War crimes 1980-1993
714 25 War crimes tribunal 1993-1996
714 26 War criminals 1984-1992
714 27 War Powers Act 1984-1990
714 28 Warsaw Foundation 1984
714 29 Washington Legislative Conference 1984-1985
714 30 Washington Post 1981-1988
714 31 Waskow, Arthur 1973-1979
714 32 Watson, Tony 1999
714 33 Waxman, Laura 2000
714 34 World Conference Against Racism 2001
714 35 Weber, Brian 1979
714 36 Weinberger, Caspar 1983-1987
714 37 Weinreb, Sandy 2001
714 38 Weiss, Ted 1984-1986
714 39 Wekselman, Martin 1996
714 40 Welfare reform 1979-1995
714 41 West Germany 1978-1986
714 42 Westchester Chapter 1982
714 43 Western Hemisphere Summit 1994
714 44 Westmoreland Trial 1994
714 45 WEVD-AM Radio 1979
714 46 White House 1995-1998
714 47 Whitney Museum 1999
714 48 “Who Is A Jew?” debate 1987-2002
714 49 Wiesenthal, Simon 1985-1993
714 50 Wildlife Federation 1984
714 51 Williamsburg Charter 1988-1990
714 52 Windfall profits 1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
715 1 Winfrey, Oprah 1989-1990
715 2 Wise, Stephen 1969-2000
715 3 Witters Case 1985
715 4 Women’s League for Conservative Judaism 1981
715 5 Women’s Task Force 1984-1990
715 6 World Health Organization 1975-1989
715 7 World Jewish Congress 1989-1998
715 8 World Organization of Jews From Arab Countries 1977-1988
715 9 World Trade Center 1993, 1998
715 10 World Without War Council 1979-2000
715 11 World Zionist Organization 1983, 1992
715 12 Wyschgorod, Michael 1981-1988
715 13 “Y” General subjects 1989
715 14 Yale University 1987, 1995
715 15 Yavner, Louis 1984
715 16 Yedid Nefesh 1979-1980
715 17 Yemen 1981-1989
715 18 Yergin, Daniel 1979
715 19 Yeshiva University 1998
715 20 Yott, Kenneth 1979
715 21 Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) 2001
715 22 Yosef, Ovadia 2000
715 23 Young, Andrew 1979
715 24 Young Leadership 1983, 1998, 2000
715 25 Yugoslavia 1978-2000
715 26 Zhirinovsky, Vladimir 1993-1994
715 27 Zionism 1975-1984
715 28 Zionism is Racism Resolution 1975-1986
715 29 Zionism is Racism Resolution 1991
715 30 Zionist Organization of America 2000-2001
715 31 Zionist parties 1987, 1996
715 32 Zogby, James J. 1990-2000
715 33 Zogby, John 2001
715 34 Zuckerman, Jeffrey 1986
715 35 Zuckerman, Mortimer 1995

Subsubseries b: Administrative Files, 1976, 1981-2002

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically.

BoxFolderTitleDate
716 1 Alphabetical correspondence A 1994
716 2 Alphabetical correspondence B 1994
716 3 Alphabetical correspondence C 1994
716 4 Alphabetical correspondence D 1994
716 5 Alphabetical correspondence E 1994
716 6 Alphabetical correspondence F 1994
716 7 Alphabetical correspondence G 1994
716 8 Alphabetical correspondence H 1994
716 9 Alphabetical correspondence I-J 1994
716 10 Alphabetical correspondence K 1994
716 11 Alphabetical correspondence L 1994
716 12 Alphabetical correspondence M 1994
716 13 Alphabetical correspondence N 1994
716 14 Alphabetical correspondence O 1994
716 15 Alphabetical correspondence P 1994
716 16 Alphabetical correspondence Q-R 1994
716 17 Alphabetical correspondence S 1994
716 18 Alphabetical correspondence T 1994
716 19 Alphabetical correspondence U-W 1994
716 20 Alphabetical correspondence X-Z 1994
716 21 Alphabetical correspondence A 1995
716 22 Alphabetical correspondence B 1995
716 23 Alphabetical correspondence C 1995
716 24 Alphabetical correspondence D 1995
716 25 Alphabetical correspondence E 1995
716 26 Alphabetical correspondence F 1995
716 27 Alphabetical correspondence G 1995
716 28 Alphabetical correspondence H 1995
716 29 Alphabetical correspondence I-J 1995
716 30 Alphabetical correspondence K 1995
716 31 Alphabetical correspondence L 1995
716 32 Alphabetical correspondence M 1995
716 33 Alphabetical correspondence N 1995
716 34 Alphabetical correspondence O-P 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
711 1 Alphabetical correspondence Q-R 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
717 2 Alphabetical correspondence S 1995
717 3 Alphabetical correspondence T 1994
717 4 Alphabetical correspondence U-W 1995
717 5 Alphabetical correspondence X-Z 1995
717 6 Alphabetical correspondence A 1996
717 7 Alphabetical correspondence B 1996
717 8 Alphabetical correspondence C 1996
717 9 Alphabetical correspondence D 1996
717 10 Alphabetical correspondence E 1996
717 11 Alphabetical correspondence F 1996
717 12 Alphabetical correspondence G 1996
717 13 Alphabetical correspondence H 1996
717 14 Alphabetical correspondence I-J 1996
717 15 Alphabetical correspondence K 1996
717 16 Alphabetical correspondence L 1996
717 17 Alphabetical correspondence M 1996
717 18 Alphabetical correspondence N 1996
717 19 Alphabetical correspondence O-P 1996
717 20 Alphabetical correspondence Q-R 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
718 1 Alphabetical correspondence S 1996
718 2 Alphabetical correspondence T-V 1996
718 3 Alphabetical correspondence W-Z 1996
718 4 Alphabetical correspondence A 1997
718 5 Alphabetical correspondence B 1997
718 6 Alphabetical correspondence C 1997
718 7 Alphabetical correspondence D 1997
718 8 Alphabetical correspondence E 1997
718 9 Alphabetical correspondence F 1997
718 10 Alphabetical correspondence G 1997
718 11 Alphabetical correspondence H 1997
718 12 Alphabetical correspondence I-J 1997
718 13 Alphabetical correspondence K 1997
718 14 Alphabetical correspondence L 1997
718 15 Alphabetical correspondence M 1997
718 16 Alphabetical correspondence N 1997
718 17 Alphabetical correspondence O 1997
718 18 Alphabetical correspondence P-Q 1997
718 19 Alphabetical correspondence R 1997
718 20 Alphabetical correspondence S 1997
718 21 Alphabetical correspondence T 1997
718 22 Alphabetical correspondence U-W 1997
718 23 Alphabetical correspondence X-Z 1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
719 1 Alphabetical correspondence A 1998
719 2 Alphabetical correspondence B 1998
719 3 Alphabetical correspondence C 1998
719 4 Alphabetical correspondence D 1998
719 5 Alphabetical correspondence E 1998
719 6 Alphabetical correspondence F 1998
719 7 Alphabetical correspondence G 1998
719 8 Alphabetical correspondence H 1998
719 9 Alphabetical correspondence I-J 1998
719 10 Alphabetical correspondence K 1998
719 11 Alphabetical correspondence L 1998
719 12 Alphabetical correspondence M 1998
719 13 Alphabetical correspondence N 1998
719 14 Alphabetical correspondence O-P 1998
719 15 Alphabetical correspondence Q-R 1998
719 16 Alphabetical correspondence S 1998
719 17 Alphabetical correspondence U-W 1998
719 18 Alphabetical correspondence X-Z 1998
719 19 Chronological correspondence January-March 1982
719 20 Chronological correspondence May-August 1982
719 21 Chronological correspondence September-December 1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
720 1 Chronological correspondence January-July 1983
720 2 Chronological correspondence August-December 1983
720 3 Chronological correspondence January-June 1984
720 4 Chronological correspondence July-December 1984
720 5 Chronological correspondence January-July 1985
720 6 Chronological correspondence August-December 1985
720 7 Chronological correspondence January-July 1986
720 8 Chronological correspondence August-December 1986
720 9 Chronological correspondence January-July 1987
720 10 Chronological correspondence August-December 1987
720 11 Chronological correspondence January-June 1988
720 12 Chronological correspondence July-December 1988
720 13 Chronological correspondence January-June 1989
720 14 Chronological correspondence July-December 1989
720 15 Chronological correspondence January-July 1990
720 16 Chronological correspondence August-December 1990
720 17 Chronological correspondence January-July 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
721 1 Chronological correspondence August-December 1991
721 2 Chronological correspondence January-July 1992
721 3 Chronological correspondence August-December 1992
721 4 Chronological correspondence January-June 1993
721 5 Chronological correspondence July-December 1993
721 6 Chronological correspondence January-June 1994
721 7 Chronological correspondence July-December 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
726 1 Correspondence and messages 1994
BoxFolderTitleDate
721 8 Chronological correspondence January 1995
721 9 Chronological correspondence February 1995
721 10 Chronological correspondence March 1995
721 11 Chronological correspondence April 1995
721 12 Chronological correspondence May 1995
721 13 Chronological correspondence June 1995
721 14 Chronological correspondence July 1995
721 15 Chronological correspondence August 1995
721 16 Chronological correspondence September 1995
721 17 Chronological correspondence October 1995
721 18 Chronological correspondence November 1995
721 19 Chronological correspondence December 1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
722 1 Chronological correspondence January 1996
722 2 Chronological correspondence February 1996
722 3 Chronological correspondence March 1996
722 4 Chronological correspondence April 1996
722 5 Chronological correspondence May 1996
722 6 Chronological correspondence June 1996
722 7 Chronological correspondence July 1996
722 8 Chronological correspondence August 1996
722 9 Chronological correspondence September 1996
722 10 Chronological correspondence October 1996
722 11 Chronological correspondence November 1996
722 12 Chronological correspondence December 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
726 2 Correspondence 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
722 13 Chronological correspondence January 1997
722 14 Chronological correspondence February 1997
722 15 Chronological correspondence March 1997
722 16 Chronological correspondence April 1997
722 17 Chronological correspondence May 1997
722 18 Chronological correspondence June 1997
722 19 Chronological correspondence July 1997
722 20 Chronological correspondence August 1997
722 21 Chronological correspondence September 1997
722 22 Chronological correspondence October 1997
722 23 Chronological correspondence November 1997
722 24 Chronological correspondence December 1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
723 1 Chronological correspondence January 1-13, 1998
723 2 Chronological correspondence January 14-31, 1998
723 3 Chronological correspondence February 2-28, 1998
723 4 Chronological correspondence March 2-5, 1998
723 5 Chronological correspondence March 6-16, 1998
723 6 Chronological correspondence March 17-31, 1998
723 7 Chronological correspondence April 1-14, 1998
723 8 Chronological correspondence April 15-31, 1998
723 9 Chronological correspondence May 1998
723 10 Chronological correspondence June 1998
723 11 Chronological correspondence July 1998
723 12 Chronological correspondence August 1998
723 13 Chronological correspondence September 1998
723 14 Chronological correspondence October 1-15, 1998
723 15 Chronological correspondence October 16-22, 1998
723 16 Chronological correspondence October 23-30, 1998
723 17 Chronological correspondence November 2-9, 1998
723 18 Chronological correspondence November 10-12, 1998
723 19 Chronological correspondence November 13-25, 1998
723 20 Chronological correspondence December 1-3, 1998
723 21 Chronological correspondence December 7-11, 1998
723 22 Chronological correspondence December 14-30, 1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
724 1 Chronological correspondence January 4-6, 1999
724 2 Chronological correspondence January 7-13, 1999
724 3 Chronological correspondence January 14-29, 1999
724 4 Chronological correspondence February 1-5, 1999
724 5 Chronological correspondence February 8-17, 1999
724 6 Chronological correspondence February 18-26, 1999
724 7 Chronological correspondence March 1-5, 1999
724 8 Chronological correspondence March 8-17, 1999
724 9 Chronological correspondence March 18-31, 1999
724 10 Chronological correspondence April 5-12, 1999
724 11 Chronological correspondence April 13-21, 1999
724 12 Chronological correspondence April 22-30, 1999
724 13 Chronological correspondence May 3-11, 1999
724 14 Chronological correspondence May 12-18, 1999
724 15 Chronological correspondence May 19-28, 1999
724 16 Chronological correspondence June 1-6, 1999
724 17 Chronological correspondence June 7-21, 1999
724 18 Chronological correspondence June 22-30, 1999
724 19 Chronological correspondence July 1-6, 1999
724 20 Chronological correspondence July 7-16, 1999
724 21 Chronological correspondence July 19-29, 1999
724 22 Chronological correspondence August 3-13, 1999
724 23 Chronological correspondence August 16-31, 1999
724 24 Chronological correspondence September 1-13, 1999
724 25 Chronological correspondence September 14-30, 1999
724 26 Chronological correspondence October 1-8, 1999
724 27 Chronological correspondence October 11-29, 1999
724 28 Chronological correspondence November 1-10, 1999
724 29 Chronological correspondence November 11-30, 1999
724 30 Chronological correspondence December 1-29, 1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
725 1 Chronological correspondence January-May 2000
725 2 Chronological correspondence May 2000
725 3 Chronological correspondence June-July 2000
725 4 Chronological correspondence August 2000
725 5 Chronological correspondence September 2000
725 6 Chronological correspondence October 2000
725 7 Chronological correspondence November-December 2000
725 8 Chronological correspondence January 2001
725 9 Chronological correspondence February 2001
725 10 Chronological correspondence April 2001-February 2002
725 11 Chronological correspondence March 2002-December 2002
BoxFolderTitleDate
726 3 Executive Committee and Governing Council minutes 1981-1983
726 4 Executive Committee and Governing Council minutes 1984-1986
726 5 Executive Committee and Governing Council minutes 1987-1991
726 6 Executive Committee and Governing Council minutes 1991-1995
726 7 Faxes sent and received 1998
726 8 Financial and personnel materials 1995
726 9 Financial and personnel materials 1996
726 10 Financial matters and budget 1996
726 11 Governing Council schedules 1995-1999
726 12 Memoranda and correspondence 1995
726 13 Memoranda and correspondence January-May 1996
726 14 Memoranda and correspondence June-July 1996
726 15 Memoranda and correspondence August-September 1996
726 16 Memoranda and correspondence September-October 1996
726 17 Memoranda and correspondence October-November 1996
726 18 Memoranda and correspondence November-December 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
727 1 Memoranda from staff 1994
727 2 Memoranda to staff August 1994
727 3 Memoranda to staff September 1994
727 4 Memoranda to staff October 1994
727 5 Memoranda to staff November 1994
727 6 Memoranda to staff December 1994
727 7 Memoranda from staff 1995
727 8 Memoranda to staff January 1995
727 9 Memoranda to staff February 1995
727 10 Memoranda to staff March 1995
727 11 Memoranda to staff April 1995
727 12 Memoranda to staff May 1995
727 13 Memoranda to staff June 1995
727 14 Memoranda to staff July 1995
727 15 Memoranda to staff August 1995
727 16 Memoranda to staff September 1995
727 17 Memoranda to staff October 1995
727 18 Memoranda to staff November 1995
727 19 Memoranda to staff December 1995
727 20 Memoranda from staff 1996
727 21 Memoranda to staff January 1996
727 22 Memoranda to staff February 1996
727 23 Memoranda to staff March 1996
727 24 Memoranda to staff April 1996
727 25 Memoranda to staff May 1996
727 26 Memoranda to staff June 1996
727 27 Memoranda to staff July 1996
727 28 Memoranda to staff August 1996
727 29 Memoranda to staff September 1996
727 30 Memoranda to staff October 1996
727 31 Memoranda to staff November 1996
727 32 Memoranda to staff December 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
728 1 Memoranda from staff 1997
728 2 Memoranda to staff January 1997
728 3 Memoranda to staff February 1997
728 4 Memoranda to staff March 1997
728 5 Memoranda to staff April 1997
728 6 Memoranda to staff May 1997
728 7 Memoranda to staff June 1997
728 8 Memoranda to staff July 1997
728 9 Memoranda to staff August 1997
728 10 Memoranda to staff September 1997
728 11 Memoranda to staff October 1997
728 12 Memoranda to staff November 1997
728 13 Memoranda to staff December 1997
728 14 Memoranda from staff 1998
728 15 Memoranda to staff January 1998
728 16 Memoranda to staff February 1998
728 17 Memoranda to staff March 1998
728 18 Memoranda to staff April 1998
728 19 Memoranda to staff May 1998
728 20 Memoranda to staff June 1998
728 21 Memoranda to staff July 1998
728 22 Memoranda to staff August 1998
728 23 Publications 1982, 1993
728 24 Publications 1994
728 25 Publications and reports 1995
728 26 Publications and reports 1996
728 27 Publications and reports 1996
728 28 Publications, Congress Monthly 1976, 1995
728 29 Reports 1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
729 1 Teitelbaum Report 2001
729 2 Telephone messages (contains computer disks) 1995
729 3 Telephone messages 1996
729 4 Telephone messages 1997
729 5 Telephone messages January-April 1999
729 6 Telephone messages May-August 1999
729 7 Telephone messages September-December 1999
729 8 Telephone messages February-May 2000
729 9 Telephone messages February-May 2001
729 10 Telephone messages June-September 2001
729 11 Telephone messages October-December 2001
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Series VIII: Commissions and Conference of Mayors, undated, 1925, 1932-1933, 1935-1936, 1941-2003

Arrangement:

Arrangement varies by subseries.

Scope and Content:

As a whole, the commissions represent the American Jewish Congress' effort to combat specific problems within the Jewish community, including anti-Semitism, discrimination, civil rights, religious liberty, poverty, international relations, and extending Jewish culture. Similarly, the Jerusalem Conference of Mayors was created by the American Jewish Congress to strengthen ties between Israel and local lawmakers of other nations, especially the United States.

Series VIII contains five subseries with three sub-subseries in the Commission on Law and Social Action subseries. With the assistance of a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, American Jewish Historical Society has added over 420 boxes of new material that relates to the various commissions and the Jerusalem Conference of Mayors. A majority of the newly processed material has been added to the Commission on Law and Social Action and has been divided into three subsubseries, Subsubseries a: Administrative Files, Subsubseries b: Subject Files, and Subsubseries c: Case Files.

After Subseries A: Commission on Law and Social Action, there are four smaller subseries. These subseries are Subseries B: Commission on National Affairs, Subseries C: Commission for Women's Equality, Subseries D: Other Commissions, and Subseries E: Jerusalem Conference of Mayors. Subseries D: Other Commissions contains some information on the following commissions created by the American Jewish Congress: National Finance Commission, Commission on Community Relations, Commission on International Affairs and Israel, Commission on Jewish Affairs, Commission on Jewish Culture Affairs, Commission on Jewish Communal Affairs, Commission on Jewish Living, Commission on Law and Legislation, Commission on Membership and Organization, Commission on Urban Affairs, and Commission on Youth.

Subseries A: Commission on Law and Social Action (CLSA), undated, 1925, 1932, 1941, 1944-2003

11 manuscript boxes and 389 Bankers boxes.
Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

The Commission on Law and Social Action, created in 1945, merged the Commission on Economic Discrimination and the Commission on Law and Legislation. Its goals included working with the Jewish community to create alliances with other progressive and minority groups to advocate and litigate for equal rights, access, and protection under the law for minorities in America.

The Commission worked to accomplish its goals in four distinct ways. First, the Commission had a task to collect information to form better policies, plans of action, and appeals to public opinion. Second, the Commission attempted to gain greater equality by providing testimony for Congressional hearings and contacting legislative or executive agencies regarding civil rights, religious liberty, and other areas of interest. Third, the Congress organized and participated in legal action, including litigation, providing legal counsel and advice, and submitting amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs to influence the outcome of legal rulings. Finally, the Commission provided legal advice and representation for the American Jewish Congress organizations.

The Commission on Law and Social Action is the largest series in the American Jewish Congress Records. The new accretion begins at Box 202 and continues through Box 591. Subseries A: Commission on Law and Social Action has had three large subseries added from the new accretion. These three new subsubseries are Administrative Files (Boxes 202-224), Subject Files (Boxes 225-443), and Case Files (Boxes 444-591). The new subsubseries are listed directly after the older accretion, Boxes 22-33.

BoxFolderTitleDate
23 1 Fact Sheets, Circulars, Miscellaneous Correspondence, Other Materials 1946-1948, 1950-1953, 1958-1962, 1964
23 2 CLSA Summary – State Anti-Discrimination Laws 1948, 1957-1968
23 3 CLSA Adoption 1953, 1955
23 4 CLSA 1948-1949
23 5 CLSA Correspondence 1949-1950
23 6 CLSA – 20th Anniversary 1965
23 7 CLSA 20th Anniversary Conference December 5, 1965
23 8 CLSA 1948-1949
23 9 CLSA Minutes 1952
23 10 CLSA Finance 1950
23 11 CLSA DP’s Maslow Statement 1941, 1946-1948
BoxFolderTitleDate
24 1 CLSA Reports on state anti-discrimination agencies & the laws they administer 1957, 1977
24 2 CLSA Manual for Committee Chairmen August 6, 1948
24 3 CLSA Memorandum 1946, 1950, 1955-1958, 1961-1962, 1965, 1967, 1970-1972
24 4 Litigation Docket of Pending Cases Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State, No. 1-4 1966
24 5 Litigation Docket of Pending Cases Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State, No. 5-10 1967-1970
24 6 Litigation Docket of Pending Cases Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State, No. 11-15 1970-1972
BoxFolderTitleDate
25 1 Litigation Docket of Pending Cases Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State, No. 16-20 1973-1977
25 2 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Decision 1956-1958
25 3 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Decision 1958-1962
25 4 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Decision 1962-1965
25 5 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Decision 1965-1969
BoxFolderTitleDate
26 1 CLSA 1944
26 2 CLSA 1945
26 3 CLSA 1946
26 4 CLSA 1947
26 5 CLSA 1948
26 7 CLSA 1949
26 8 Group Libel 1948-1949
26 9 CLSA 1950
26 10 CLSA undated
26 11 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Decision 1969-1974
BoxFolderTitleDate
27 1 CLSA Relations Bill 1951
27 2 CLSA 1951
27 3 CLSA 1952
27 4 CLSA 1953
27 5 CLSA 1954
27 6 CLSA 1955
27 7 CLSA 1956
27 8 CLSA – Testimony given before Congressional Committee August 1945-1955
27 9 CLSA 1957
27 10 CLSA 1957-1958
BoxFolderTitleDate
28 1 CLSA 1958
28 2 CLSA 1958-1959
28 3 Congressional Testimony 1956-1976
28 4 CLSA 1960
28 5 CLSA 1963
28 6 CLSA 1964
28 7 CLSA 1966
28 8 CLSA 1967
28 9 CLSA 1968
BoxFolderTitleDate
29 1 Public Aid to Religiously-Affiliated Schools – Reports from State Legislatures 1969-1972
29 2 CLSA & UA (Urban Affairs) 1970-1980
29 3 CLSA Reports undated
29 4 CLSA Reports 1946
29 5 CLSA Reports 1947
29 6 CLSA Reports 1948
29 7 CLSA Reports 1949
BoxFolderTitleDate
30 1 CLSA Reports 1950
30 2 CLSA Reports 1951
30 3 CLSA Reports 1952
30 4 CLSA Reports 1953
30 5 CLSA Reports 1954
30 6 CLSA Reports 1955
30 7 CLSA Reports 1956
30 8 CLSA Reports 1957
BoxFolderTitleDate
31 1 CLSA Reports 1958
31 2 CLSA Reports 1959
31 3 CLSA Reports 1960
31 4 CLSA Reports 1961
31 5 CLSA Reports 1962
31 6 CLSA Reports 1963
31 7 CLSA Reports 1964
31 8 CLSA Reports 1965
31 9 Schools, Suburbs, and Separation 1965
31 10 CLSA Reports 1966
BoxFolderTitleDate
32 1 “An act providing for payment to parochial and certain private schools of a proportionate share of sweepstakes moneys” 1967
32 2 CLSA Reports 1968
32 3 CLSA Reports 1959-1963
32 4 CLSA Reports 1969-1972, 1974-1978, 1980
32 5 CLSA Reports 1962-1964
32 6 CLSA/UA Reports 1967, 1974-1979
32 7 CLSA Law and Social Action 1946-1950
BoxFolderTitleDate
33 1 CLSA Releases 1951
33 2 CLSA Releases 1952
33 3 CLSA Releases 1953
33 4 CLSA Releases 1954
33 5 CLSA Releases 1955
33 6 CLSA Releases 1956
33 7 CLSA Releases 1957
33 8 Sources for Names for Campaigning 1954, 1961
33 9 Prospects 1952, 1962
33 10 Life Membership Campaign Suggestions November 8, 1960
33 11 Delinquents 1956, 1960, 1963-1967

Subsubseries a: CLSA Administrative Files, 1932, 1945-2003

23 Bankers boxes.
Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by group.

Scope and Content:

Subsubseries a: CLSA Administrative Files document the commission's interaction with the American Jewish Congress Executive Committee and Governing Council, the Commission board members, the regional offices, American Jewish Congress members, and the general public. The Commission on Law and Social Action collaborated with the Executive Director, Executive Committee, and Governing Council to develop American Jewish Congress' positions on particular political, legal, or ethical issues. As legal counsel to the American Jewish Congress, the commission drafted organizational resolutions which provided legal oversight regarding the tax exemption status of the organization and related institutes as well as reported on the Commission's activities.

Subsubseries a: CLSA Administrative Files have been organized alphabetically with the resolutions, correspondence, and activities separated and arranged chronologically. The sub-subseries contain correspondence, meeting notices and agendas, the writings of the Commission members, resolutions, some court documents and briefs, reports, early subject clippings, and documents related to the activities and mission of the Commission and the American Jewish Congress. Marc Stern and Lois Waldman, the Co-Directors of the Commission on Law and Social Action from the 1990s to 2005, wrote much of the administrative correspondence. However, Subsubseries a: CLSA Administrative Files also contain material from earlier Commission Directors, including a portion of the legal material of Leo Pfeffer, Will Maslow, and the correspondence of the legal counsel Nathan Dershowitz.

BoxFolderTitleDate
202 1 American Jewish Congress Policy Book June 1985
202 2 American Jewish Congress Policy Book June 1985
202 3 American Jewish Congress Policy Book June 1985
202 4 Articles located in CLSA Library 1990
202 5 CLSA activities correspondence and photocopies 1990-1997
202 6 CLSA board members photocopies 1988-1989, 1998, 2002
202 7 CLSA briefs binder 1988-1990
202 8 CLSA briefs binder 1995
202 9 CLSA briefs binder 1995
202 10 CLSA briefs binder 1995
202 11 CLSA briefs binder 1995
202 12 CLSA briefs binder 1998
202 13 CLSA briefs binder 1998
202 14 CLSA briefs binder 1999
202 15 CLSA briefs binder 1999
202 16 CLSA briefs binder 1999
202 17 CLSA briefs binder 1999
202 18 CLSA briefs binder 2000
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203 1 CLSA briefs binder 2000
203 2 CLSA briefs binder 2000
203 3 CLSA briefs binder 2001
203 4 CLSA briefs binder 2001
203 5 CLSA briefs binder 2001
203 6 CLSA brief and record excerpts binder 2001
203 7 CLSA brief and record excerpts binder 2001-2002
203 8 CLSA briefs binder 2003
203 9 CLSA briefs binder 2003
203 10 CLSA briefs binder 2003
203 11 CLSA briefs binder 2003
203 12 CLSA brochures 1970, 1973, 1983-1985, 1991, 1999
203 13 Commission on Law and Legislation bulletins 1941-1945
203 14 Commission on Law and Legislation reports 1945-1946
203 15 CLSA correspondence with Community Relations Councils 1970-1978
203 16 CLSA correspondence 1994
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204 1 CLSA file index, revised August 1985
204 2 CLSA file index, revised May 1986
204 3 CLSA file index, revised May 1986
204 4 CLSA grant correspondence, photocopies, and proposals 1991-2001
204 5 Guide to CLSA files 1991
204 6 CLSA history and reunion correspondence and photocopies 1939-1965
204 7 CLSA history and reunion publications 1948, 1962
204 8 CLSA history and reunion correspondence and photocopies 1970-1986
204 9 CLSA history and reunion correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1990-1995
204 10 CLSA invitations to conferences and meetings 1990
204 11 CLSA invitations to conferences and meetings 1991-1992
204 12 CLSA invitations to conferences and meetings 1993-1994
204 13 CLSA invitations to conferences and meetings 1995-1996
204 14 CLSA invitations to conferences and meetings 1997
204 15 CLSA invitations to conferences and meetings 1998-1999
204 16 CLSA invitations to conferences and meetings 2000-2004
204 17 “Law and Social Action” 1946-1950
204 18 CLSA Librarian correspondence, photocopies, and notes 1987-1998
204 19 CLSA Library, layout of subject files 1993
204 20 CLSA Library files, updated November 1994
204 21 CLSA Library files, updated April 1995
204 22 CLSA Library scope of collection 1920s-1996, updated 1997
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205 1 CLSA materials binder 1970-1972
205 2 CLSA materials binder 1991
205 3 CLSA materials binder 1991
205 4 CLSA materials binder 1993
205 5 CLSA materials binder 1993
205 6 CLSA materials binder 1998
205 7 CLSA materials binder 1999
205 8 CLSA materials binder 1999
205 9 CLSA materials binder 2000
205 10 CLSA meeting notices 1965
205 11 CLSA meeting notices 1970-1979
205 12 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1975-1976
205 13 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1977-1979
205 14 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1978-1981
205 15 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1980
205 16 CLSA meeting notices 1980-1989
205 17 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1981
205 18 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1982
205 19 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1983
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206 1 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1984
206 2 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1985
206 3 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1986
206 4 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1986-1988
206 5 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1988-1990
206 6 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1988-1990
206 7 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1988-1990
206 8 CLSA meeting notes 1990-1991
206 9 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1991
206 10 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1992
206 11 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1992
206 12 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1992
206 13 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1992
206 14 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1992
206 15 CLSA meeting notices 1992-1995
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207 1 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1993
207 2 CLSA meeting summaries 1993-1994, 1997
207 3 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1994
207 4 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1994
207 5 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1995
207 6 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1995
207 7 CLSA/CWE meetings, notices, agendas binder 1996
207 8 CLSA/CWE meetings, notices, agendas binder 1996
207 9 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1997
207 10 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1998
207 11 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1998
207 12 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1999
207 13 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 1999
207 14 CLSA meetings, notices, agendas binder 2000
207 15 CLSA/CWE meetings, notices, agendas binder 2002
207 16 CLSA/CWE meetings, notices, agendas binder 2003
207 17 CLSA members mailing list correspondence 1999-2000
207 18 CLSA membership correspondence and photocopies 1974-1979
207 19 CLSA membership correspondence and photocopies 1980-1987
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208 1 CLSA membership correspondence 1988-1997
208 2 CLSA membership correspondence 1999-2000
208 3 CLSA memoranda to regions 1991
208 4 CLSA memoranda to regions 1992
208 5 CLSA memoranda to regions 1993
208 6 CLSA memoranda to regions 1994
208 7 CLSA memoranda to regions 1995
208 8 CLSA memoranda to regions 1996
208 9 CLSA memoranda to regions 1997
208 10 CLSA memoranda to regions 1998
208 11 CLSA memoranda to regions 1999
208 12 CLSA memoranda to regions 2000
208 13 National CLSA mailing lists 1990-1991, 2000
208 14 The operation of CLSA 1971
208 15 Professional appointments 1986
208 16 Professional appointments 1987
208 17 Professional appointments 1988
208 18 Professional appointments 1989
208 19 Proposed index for CLSA files 1978
208 20 CLSA reports of activities 1945-1947
208 21 CLSA reports of activities 1948-1949
208 22 CLSA reports 1948-1956
208 23 CLSA reports of activities 1950
208 24 CLSA reports of activities 1950-1952
208 25 CLSA reports of activities 1950-1952
208 26 CLSA reports of activities 1951-1952
208 27 CLSA reports of activities 1955
208 28 CLSA reports of activities 1956
208 29 CLSA reports of activities 1959-1960
BoxFolderTitleDate
209 1 CLSA reports of activities 1961-1964
209 2 CLSA reports of activities 1965-1968
209 3 Speaking and seminar photocopies and notes 1985-1987
209 4 CLSA subject clippings (Church and State) 1947-1955
209 5 CLSA subject clippings (Church and State) 1956-1958
209 6 CLSA subject clippings (Church and State) 1955-1959
209 7 CLSA subject clippings (Civil Rights) 1946-1949
209 8 CLSA subject clippings (Civil Rights) 1946-1955
209 9 CLSA subject clippings (Civil Rights) 1946-1959
209 10 CLSA subject clippings (Civil Rights) 1948-1959
209 11 CLSA subject clippings (Civil Rights) 1949-1959
209 12 CLSA subject clippings (Civil Rights) 1956-1958
209 13 CLSA subject clippings (Education) 1956-1959
209 14 CLSA subject clippings (Employment) 1946-1949
209 15 CLSA subject clippings (Employment) 1951-1955
209 16 CLSA subject clippings (Employment) 1955-1959
209 17 CLSA subject clippings (Housing) 1947-1949
209 18 CLSA subject clippings (Housing) 1950-1955
209 19 CLSA subject clippings (Housing) 1957-1959
209 20 CLSA subject clippings (Immigration and Naturalization) 1946-1949
209 21 CLSA subject clippings (Immigration and Naturalization) 1950-1953
209 22 CLSA subject clippings (Israel) 1948-1949
209 23 CLSA subject clippings (Israel) 1952-1953
209 24 CLSA subject clippings (Miscellaneous) 1949-1953
209 25 CLSA subject clippings (Public Accommodation) 1958
BoxFolderTitleDate
210 1 Summary of Recent CLSA Activities 1979-1982
210 2 Summary of Recent CLSA Activities 1979-1982
210 3 Summary of Recent CLSA Activities 1983-1990
210 4 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence, releases, and court documents 1940-1946
210 5 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence, releases, and clippings 1945-1948
210 6 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress statements, clippings, and legislative material 1945-1948
210 7 Certificate of incorporation and membership corporation correspondence, photocopies, and forms 1945-1969
210 8 Tax exemption for California Division of American Jewish Congress correspondence and reports 1949-1950
210 9 Certificate of incorporation for American Jewish Congress 1932
210 10 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence, releases, and legislative material 1949-1950
210 11 Tax exemption for World Jewish Congress correspondence 1949-1957
210 12 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence and reports 1951
210 13 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress and Cox Investigation correspondence, releases, and clippings 1951-1953
210 14 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress and Amusement Tax correspondence and report 1951-1957
210 15 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence 1952
210 16 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress exemption affidavit and correspondence 1952
210 17 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress and taxes on building correspondence and court documents 1952-1958
210 18 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress and Admission Tax correspondence 1952-1958
210 19 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence and photocopies 1953-1959
210 20 Tax exemption for California Division of American Jewish Congress correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1953-1975
210 21 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence and photocopies 1960-1969
210 22 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress and third class mail correspondence 1952-1958
210 23 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress and Not-for-Profit Corporation Law correspondence and photocopies 1966-1981
210 24 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence and photocopies 1970-1972
210 25 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress and annual meeting correspondence and minutes 1970-1977
210 26 Certificate of incorporation and membership corporation correspondence and photocopies 1970-1983
210 27 Memorandum regarding exemption for New York City Real Estate Taxes 1971, 1982
210 28 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence, photocopies, and legislative material 1973-1979
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211 1 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence and photocopies 1980-1984, 1986
211 2 Tax exemption for American Jewish Congress correspondence 1995-1997
211 3 Index to American Jewish Congress resolutions 1948-1989, revised 1990
211 4 American Jewish Congress resolutions, 1948-1989, revised 1990
211 5 American Jewish Congress resolutions, 1948-1989, revised 1990
211 6 American Jewish Congress resolutions, 1948-1989, revised 1990
211 7 American Jewish Congress resolutions, 1948-1989, revised December 1991
211 8 American Jewish Congress resolutions, 1948-1996, revised 1996
211 9 National Women’s Division convention resolutions 1965-1975
211 10 American Jewish Congress resolutions related to women’s issues 1965-1984
211 11 Convention resolutions process correspondence 1983-1987
211 12 American Jewish Congress resolutions subject index 1986
211 13 Convention planning and resolutions 1989-1990
211 14 Resolutions adopted at biennial meetings 1990-1992, revised 1994
211 15 Biennial resolutions binder 1990-1994
211 16 Convention planning and resolutions 1992
211 17 Convention biennial binder 1992
211 18 Resolutions adopted at the National Biennial Convention 1992
211 19 Convention planning and draft resolutions 1994
211 20 Constitution of the American Jewish Congress drafts and revisions 1994, 1998-1999
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212 1 American Jewish Congress resolutions, revised May 1996
212 2 American Jewish Congress resolutions, revised May 1996
212 3 Resolutions adopted at the 1996 Biennial Meeting 1996
212 4 Resolution proposals at 1998 Biennial Meeting 1998
212 5 Resolution proposals at 1998 Biennial Meeting 1998
212 6 Index to American Jewish Congress resolutions, updated November 1998
212 7 Convention planning and draft resolutions 2000
212 8 Convention planning and draft resolutions 2000
212 9 Biennial resolutions, revised September 2000
212 10 Biennial resolutions, revised September 2000
212 11 Convention planning and draft resolutions 2001
212 12 Convention planning and draft resolutions 2001
212 13 Nathan Dershowitz correspondence 1978-1979
212 14 Nathan Dershowitz correspondence 1982-1983
212 15 Nathan Dershowitz correspondence 1980-1981
212 16 Nathan Dershowitz speech transcripts 1982-1983
212 17 Marvin Frankel correspondence, photocopies, and statements 1983-1998
212 18 Jeremy Garber correspondence March 1990
212 19 Benita Gayle-Almeleh correspondence 1991-1995
212 20 Abraham Goldstein correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1977-1994
212 21 Martin Hochbaum correspondence and photocopies 1974-1977, 1993-1997
212 22 Robert Lifton correspondence, photocopies, and speech 1990-1993
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213 1 Mark Pelavin correspondence 1989, 1996
213 2 Bertram Perkel correspondence 1964-1965
213 3 Leo Pfeffer binder files 1955-1972
213 4 Leo Pfeffer Information Bulletins 1962-1963
213 5 Leo Pfeffer correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1966, 1985-1995
213 6 Leo Pfeffer writings, “Church and State: Something Less than Separation” 1951
213 7 Shad Polier writings, “Law, Conscience, and Society” 1946
213 8 Sam Rabinove correspondence 1997
213 9 Norman Redlich correspondence, photocopies, and notes 1985-1986
213 10 Norman Redlich correspondence, photocopies, and statements 1991-1999
213 11 Norman Redlich correspondence, photocopies, and reports 2000-2002
213 12 Joseph Robinson writings, “Protection on Associations from Compulsory Disclosure of Membership” 1958
213 13 Joseph Robinson reports and publications 1961-1970
213 14 Howard Squadron statements 1965-1966
213 15 Howard Squadron correspondence, photocopies, and statements 1989-2002
213 16 Marc Stern correspondence 1983-1986
213 17 Marc Stern correspondence January 1987
213 18 Marc Stern correspondence February 1987
213 19 Marc Stern correspondence March 1987
213 20 Marc Stern correspondence April 1987
213 21 Marc Stern correspondence May 1987
213 22 Marc Stern correspondence June 1987
213 23 Marc Stern correspondence July 1987
213 24 Marc Stern correspondence August 1987
213 25 Marc Stern correspondence September 1987
213 26 Marc Stern correspondence October 1987
213 27 Marc Stern correspondence November 1987
213 28 Marc Stern correspondence December 1987
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214 1 Marc Stern correspondence January 1988
214 2 Marc Stern correspondence February 1988
214 3 Marc Stern correspondence March 1988
214 4 Marc Stern correspondence April 1988
214 5 Marc Stern correspondence May 1988
214 6 Marc Stern correspondence June 1988
214 7 Marc Stern correspondence July 1988
214 8 Marc Stern correspondence August 1988
214 9 Marc Stern correspondence September 1988
214 10 Marc Stern correspondence October 1988
214 11 Marc Stern correspondence November 1988
214 12 Marc Stern correspondence December 1988
214 13 Marc Stern correspondence January 1989
214 14 Marc Stern correspondence February 1989
214 15 Marc Stern correspondence March 1989
214 16 Marc Stern correspondence April 1989
214 17 Marc Stern correspondence May 1989
214 18 Marc Stern correspondence June 1989
214 19 Marc Stern correspondence July 1989
214 20 Marc Stern correspondence August 1989
214 21 Marc Stern correspondence September 1989
214 22 Marc Stern correspondence October 1989
214 23 Marc Stern correspondence November 1989
214 24 Marc Stern correspondence December 1989
214 25 Marc Stern correspondence January 1990
214 26 Marc Stern correspondence February 1990
214 27 Marc Stern correspondence March 1990
214 28 Marc Stern correspondence April 1990
214 29 Marc Stern correspondence May 1990
214 30 Marc Stern correspondence June 1990
214 31 Marc Stern correspondence July 1990
214 32 Marc Stern correspondence August 1990
214 33 Marc Stern correspondence September 1990
214 34 Marc Stern correspondence October 1990
214 35 Marc Stern correspondence November 1990
214 36 Marc Stern correspondence December 1990
214 37 Marc Stern correspondence January 1991
214 38 Marc Stern correspondence February 1991
214 39 Marc Stern correspondence March 1991
214 40 Marc Stern correspondence April 1991
214 41 Marc Stern correspondence May 1991
214 42 Marc Stern correspondence June 1991
214 43 Marc Stern correspondence July 1991
214 44 Marc Stern correspondence August 1991
214 45 Marc Stern correspondence September 1991
214 46 Marc Stern correspondence October 1991
214 47 Marc Stern correspondence November 1991
214 48 Marc Stern correspondence December 1991
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215 1 Marc Stern correspondence, regarding Kroopnick representation 1991-1992
215 2 Marc Stern correspondence, editing on “The Law of Church and State” 1991-1994
215 3 Marc Stern correspondence January 1992
215 4 Marc Stern correspondence February 1992
215 5 Marc Stern correspondence March 1992
215 6 Marc Stern correspondence April 1992
215 7 Marc Stern correspondence May 1992
215 8 Marc Stern correspondence June 1992
215 9 Marc Stern correspondence July 1992
215 10 Marc Stern correspondence August 1992
215 11 Marc Stern correspondence September 1992
215 12 Marc Stern correspondence October 1992
215 13 Marc Stern correspondence November 1992
215 14 Marc Stern correspondence December 1992
215 15 Marc Stern correspondence January 1993
215 16 Marc Stern correspondence February 1993
215 17 Marc Stern correspondence March 1993
215 18 Marc Stern correspondence April 1993
215 19 Marc Stern correspondence May 1993
215 20 Marc Stern correspondence June 1993
215 21 Marc Stern correspondence July 1993
215 22 Marc Stern correspondence August 1993
215 23 Marc Stern correspondence September 1993
215 24 Marc Stern correspondence October 1993
215 25 Marc Stern correspondence November 1993
215 26 Marc Stern correspondence December 1993
215 27 Marc Stern correspondence January 1994
215 28 Marc Stern correspondence February 1994
215 29 Marc Stern correspondence March 1994
215 30 Marc Stern correspondence April 1994
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216 1 Marc Stern correspondence May 1994
216 2 Marc Stern correspondence June 1994
216 3 Marc Stern correspondence July 1994
216 4 Marc Stern correspondence August 1994
216 5 Marc Stern correspondence September 1994
216 6 Marc Stern correspondence October 1994
216 7 Marc Stern correspondence November 1994
216 8 Marc Stern correspondence December 1994
216 9 Marc Stern correspondence January 1995
216 10 Marc Stern correspondence February 1995
216 11 Marc Stern correspondence March 1995
216 12 Marc Stern correspondence April 1995
216 13 Marc Stern correspondence May 1995
216 14 Marc Stern correspondence June 1995
216 15 Marc Stern correspondence July 1995
216 16 Marc Stern correspondence August 1995
216 17 Marc Stern correspondence September 1995
216 18 Marc Stern correspondence October 1995
216 19 Marc Stern correspondence November 1995
216 20 Marc Stern correspondence December 1995
216 21 Marc Stern correspondence January 1996
216 22 Marc Stern correspondence February 1996
216 23 Marc Stern correspondence March 1996
216 24 Marc Stern correspondence April 1996
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217 1 Marc Stern correspondence May 1996
217 2 Marc Stern correspondence June 1996
217 3 Marc Stern correspondence July 1996
217 4 Marc Stern correspondence August 1996
217 5 Marc Stern correspondence September 1996
217 6 Marc Stern correspondence October 1996
217 7 Marc Stern correspondence November 1996
217 8 Marc Stern correspondence December 1996
217 9 Marc Stern correspondence January 1997
217 10 Marc Stern correspondence February 1997
217 11 Marc Stern correspondence March 1997
217 12 Marc Stern correspondence April 1997
217 13 Marc Stern correspondence May 1997
217 14 Marc Stern correspondence June 1997
217 15 Marc Stern correspondence July 1997
217 16 Marc Stern correspondence August 1997
217 17 Marc Stern correspondence September 1997
217 18 Marc Stern correspondence October 1997
217 19 Marc Stern correspondence November 1997
217 20 Marc Stern correspondence December 1997
217 21 Marc Stern correspondence January 1998
217 22 Marc Stern correspondence February 1998
217 23 Marc Stern correspondence March 1998
217 24 Marc Stern correspondence April 1998
217 25 Marc Stern correspondence May 1998
217 26 Marc Stern correspondence June 1998
217 27 Marc Stern correspondence July 1998
217 28 Marc Stern correspondence August 1998
217 29 Marc Stern correspondence September 1998
217 30 Marc Stern correspondence October 1998
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218 1 Marc Stern correspondence November 1998
218 2 Marc Stern correspondence December 1998
218 3 Marc Stern correspondence January 1999
218 4 Marc Stern correspondence February 1999
218 5 Marc Stern correspondence, concerning American Jewish Congress International Travel Program February 1999
218 6 Marc Stern correspondence March 1999
218 7 Marc Stern correspondence April 1999
218 8 Marc Stern correspondence May 1999
218 9 Marc Stern correspondence June 1999
218 10 Marc Stern correspondence July 1999
218 11 Marc Stern correspondence August 1999
218 12 Marc Stern correspondence September 1999
218 13 Marc Stern correspondence October 1999
218 14 Marc Stern correspondence November 1999
218 15 Marc Stern correspondence December 1999
218 16 Marc Stern correspondence January 2000
218 17 Marc Stern correspondence February 2000
218 18 Marc Stern correspondence March 2000
218 19 Marc Stern correspondence April 2000
218 20 Marc Stern correspondence May 2000
218 21 Marc Stern correspondence June 2000
218 22 Marc Stern correspondence July 2000
218 23 Marc Stern correspondence August 2000
218 24 Marc Stern correspondence September 2000
218 25 Marc Stern correspondence October 2000
218 26 Marc Stern correspondence November 2000
218 27 Marc Stern correspondence December 2000
218 28 Marc Stern correspondence January 2001
218 29 Marc Stern correspondence February 2001
218 30 Marc Stern correspondence March 2001
218 31 Marc Stern correspondence April 2001
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219 1 Marc Stern correspondence May 2001
219 2 Marc Stern correspondence June 2001
219 3 Marc Stern correspondence July 2001
219 4 Marc Stern correspondence August 2001
219 5 Marc Stern correspondence September 2001
219 6 Marc Stern correspondence October 2001
219 7 Marc Stern correspondence November 2001
219 8 Marc Stern correspondence December 2001
219 9 Marc Stern correspondence January-February 2002
219 10 Marc Stern correspondence March-April 2002
219 11 Marc Stern correspondence June 2002
219 12 Marc Stern correspondence July-September 2002
219 13 Marc Stern testimony of behalf of American Jewish Congress before the Assembly Committee on the Judiciary 1998
219 14 Marc Stern testimony and statements 1998-2001
219 15 Marc Stern writings, “Affirmative Action, the Law, and the Jews” photocopies 1992
219 16 Marc Stern writings, “And You Shall Choose Life: Futility and the Religious Duty to Preserve Life” 1995, 1999
219 17 Marc Stern writings, “Anti-Semitism and the Law” 1994
219 18 Marc Stern writings, “The Attorney as Advocate and Adherent: Conflicting Obligations of Zealousness” 1996
219 19 Marc Stern writings, “Believing and Practicing” 1996-1997
219 20 Marc Stern writings, “Censorship and Religious Speech” 1991
219 21 Marc Stern writings, “Church/State Status Report” 1991
219 22 Marc Stern writings, “God and Man at Yale (Orthodox Style)” photocopies 1998
219 23 Marc Stern writings, “Jews and Politics” 1994
219 24 Marc Stern writings, “Jews and Public Morality” 1995-1997
219 25 Marc Stern writings, “Kosher Food and the Law” 1990
219 26 Marc Stern writings, “Liberalism and Orthodox Jews” 1995
219 27 Marc Stern writings, “Religion and Liberal Democracy” 1999
219 28 Marc Stern writings, “Religion and the Public Schools: A Summary of the Law” 1993
219 29 Marc Stern writings, “Religion in the Workplace” 1999
219 30 Marc Stern writings, “The Separation of Church and State: A Wall that Doesn’t Need Mending” 1997
219 31 Marc Stern writings, “That God’s Name Might be Loved: The Influence of Public Opinion on Halachic Practice” 1996-1997
219 32 Marc Stern writings, “The Right to Religious Liberty” 1994
219 33 Marc Stern writings, “School Vouchers: The Church-State Debate that Really Isn’t” photocopies 1999
219 34 Jay Topkis correspondence 1992-1994
219 35 Isaac Toubin correspondence to James Loeb 1957
219 36 Lois Waldman correspondence 1983-1985
219 37 Lois Waldman correspondence 1986
219 38 Lois Waldman correspondence January-February 1987
219 39 Lois Waldman correspondence March-May 1987
219 40 Lois Waldman correspondence June-October 1987
219 41 Lois Waldman correspondence November-December 1987
219 42 Lois Waldman correspondence 1987-1990
219 43 Lois Waldman correspondence January-December 1988
219 44 Lois Waldman correspondence January-December 1989
219 45 Lois Waldman correspondence January-April 1990
219 46 Lois Waldman correspondence May 1990
219 47 Lois Waldman correspondence June-July 1990
219 48 Lois Waldman correspondence August-September 1990
219 49 Lois Waldman correspondence October 1990
219 50 Lois Waldman correspondence November 1990
219 51 Lois Waldman correspondence December 1990
219 52 Lois Waldman correspondence January 1991
219 53 Lois Waldman correspondence February 1991
219 54 Lois Waldman correspondence March 1991
219 55 Lois Waldman correspondence April 1991
219 56 Lois Waldman correspondence May 1991
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220 1 Lois Waldman correspondence June 1991
220 2 Lois Waldman correspondence July 1991
220 3 Lois Waldman correspondence August 1991
220 4 Lois Waldman correspondence September 1991
220 5 Lois Waldman correspondence October 1991
220 6 Lois Waldman correspondence November 1991
220 7 Lois Waldman correspondence December 1991
220 8 Lois Waldman correspondence January 1992
220 9 Lois Waldman correspondence February 1992
220 10 Lois Waldman correspondence March 1992
220 11 Lois Waldman correspondence April 1992
220 12 Lois Waldman correspondence May 1992
220 13 Lois Waldman correspondence June 1992
220 14 Lois Waldman correspondence July 1992
220 15 Lois Waldman correspondence August 1992
220 16 Lois Waldman correspondence September 1992
220 17 Lois Waldman correspondence October-November 1992
220 18 Lois Waldman correspondence December 1992
220 19 Lois Waldman correspondence January-March 1993
220 20 Lois Waldman correspondence April-July 1993
220 21 Lois Waldman correspondence August-December 1993
220 22 Lois Waldman correspondence January-March 1994
220 23 Lois Waldman correspondence April-May 1994
220 24 Lois Waldman correspondence June 1994
220 25 Lois Waldman correspondence July 1994
220 26 Lois Waldman correspondence August-September 1994
220 27 Lois Waldman correspondence October-November 1994
220 28 Lois Waldman correspondence January 1995
220 29 Lois Waldman correspondence February 1995
220 30 Lois Waldman correspondence March-April 1995
220 31 Lois Waldman correspondence May 1995
220 32 Lois Waldman correspondence June 1995
220 33 Lois Waldman correspondence July 1995
220 34 Lois Waldman correspondence August 1995
220 35 Lois Waldman correspondence September 1995
220 36 Lois Waldman correspondence October 1995
220 37 Lois Waldman correspondence November 1995
220 38 Lois Waldman correspondence December 1995
220 39 Lois Waldman correspondence January 1996
220 40 Lois Waldman correspondence February 1996
220 41 Lois Waldman correspondence March 1996
220 42 Lois Waldman correspondence April 1996
220 43 Lois Waldman correspondence May 1996
220 44 Lois Waldman correspondence June 1996
220 45 Lois Waldman correspondence July 1996
220 46 Lois Waldman correspondence August 1996
220 47 Lois Waldman correspondence September 1996
220 48 Lois Waldman correspondence October 1996
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221 1 Lois Waldman correspondence November 1996
221 2 Lois Waldman correspondence December 1996
221 3 Lois Waldman correspondence January 1997
221 4 Lois Waldman correspondence February 1997
221 5 Lois Waldman correspondence March 1997
221 6 Lois Waldman correspondence April 1997
221 7 Lois Waldman correspondence May 1997
221 8 Lois Waldman correspondence June 1997
221 9 Lois Waldman correspondence July 1997
221 10 Lois Waldman correspondence August 1997
221 11 Lois Waldman correspondence September 1997
221 12 Lois Waldman correspondence October 1997
221 13 Lois Waldman correspondence November 1997
221 14 Lois Waldman correspondence December 1997
221 15 Lois Waldman correspondence January 1998
221 16 Lois Waldman correspondence February 1998
221 17 Lois Waldman correspondence March 1998
221 18 Lois Waldman correspondence April 1998
221 19 Lois Waldman correspondence May 1998
221 20 Lois Waldman correspondence June 1998
221 21 Lois Waldman correspondence July-September 1998
221 22 Lois Waldman correspondence October 1998
221 23 Lois Waldman correspondence November-December 1998
221 24 Lois Waldman correspondence January-March 1999
221 25 Lois Waldman correspondence April-June 1999
221 26 Lois Waldman correspondence July-August 1999
221 27 Lois Waldman correspondence September 1999
221 28 Lois Waldman correspondence October 1999
221 29 Lois Waldman correspondence November 1999
221 30 Lois Waldman correspondence December 1999
221 31 Lois Waldman correspondence January 2000
221 32 Lois Waldman correspondence February-March 2000
221 33 Lois Waldman correspondence April-May 2000
221 34 Lois Waldman correspondence June 2000
221 35 Lois Waldman correspondence July-August 2000
221 36 Lois Waldman correspondence September-November 2000
221 37 Lois Waldman correspondence December 2000
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222 1 Lois Waldman correspondence January-February 2001
222 2 Lois Waldman correspondence March-May 2001
222 3 Lois Waldman correspondence July-August 2001
222 4 Lois Waldman correspondence August-December 2001
222 5 Lois Waldman speech transcripts and notes 1985
222 6 Abraham and Judah Touro Funds correspondence 1995
222 7 Agreement between American Jewish Congress and Local 107 1988, 1992, 1994
222 8 Albuquerque Post Office correspondence 1989
222 9 Allard K. Lowenstein Library correspondence 1998
222 10 American Bar Association resolution on Bosnia correspondence, photocopies, and notes 1995
222 11 American Jewish Congress civil rights record 2005
222 12 American Jewish Congress Energy Independence Conference correspondence, photocopies, and reports 2003
222 13 American Jewish Congress financial statements and supplemental information 2006
222 14 American Jewish Congress Freedom of Information Act correspondence and photocopies 1982-1983
222 15 American Jewish Congress Leadership Retreat correspondence 2001
222 16 American Jewish Congress Legal Clinic 1992, 1996
222 17 American Jewish Congress Online correspondence 1994-1995
222 18 American Jewish Congress program priorities correspondence 1990
222 19 American Jewish Congress reports to the National Funding Councils 1995-1996
222 20 Analysis of CLSA Church-State Reports January 1989
222 21 Annual Policy Conference 2000-2002
222 22 Anti-terrorism litigation correspondence 2002
222 23 Arbitration for Equal Employment Opportunity Disputes draft 1983
222 24 Arbitration for Equal Employment Opportunity Disputes publications 1983-1984
222 25 Arbitration for Equal Employment Opportunity Disputes correspondence and notes 1983-1985
222 26 Arbitration for Equal Employment Opportunity Disputes photocopies and reports 1984
222 27 Arbitration for Equal Employment Opportunity Disputes draft 1985
222 28 Arbitration for Equal Employment Opportunity Disputes reports 1985-1986
222 29 Audit of Civil Rights Enforcement Agencies correspondence 1989
222 30 Business plan and proposal for funding for the Israel Project 2002
222 31 The campaign against Attorney Faye Williams 1986
222 32 The Center for Prejudice Reduction correspondence, photocopies, and reports 2000-2001
222 33 Chapter Directives 1952
222 34 Chapter Directives 1953
222 35 Chapter Directives 1954
222 36 Chapter Directives 1955
222 37 Chapter Directives 1956
222 38 Chapter Directives 1957
222 39 Chapter Directives 1958
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223 1 Chapter Directives 1959
223 2 Chapter Directives 1960
223 3 City Council’s Candidates’ Course correspondence, 1990
223 4 The Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Decisions of the United States Supreme Court 1964-1966
223 5 The Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Decisions of the United States Supreme Court 1966-1968
223 6 The Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Decisions of the United States Supreme Court 1972-1974
223 7 Committee for Public Education and Religious Liberty correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1990-1995
223 8 Committee on Religious Liberty 1992-2000
223 9 Conference on Jews and the Law in the United States correspondence and photocopies 1991
223 10 Conference on Religion and Public Life correspondence 1992
223 11 Conference on Religious Discrimination, Civil Rights Laws, and the Jewish Community photocopies 2000
223 12 Conference on Religious Discrimination, Civil Rights Laws, and the Jewish Community correspondence and notes 2000
223 13 Continuing legal education correspondence and photocopies 1991-2000
223 14 Court of Appeals correspondence and photocopies 1997-1998
223 15 Defeasance penalty correspondence 2003
223 16 Donations and contributions correspondence and photocopies 1990-1992
223 17 Duplication of CLSA work by American Jewish Committee correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1986-1989
223 18 Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1998
223 19 The Fund for Religious Liberty photocopies 1982-1983
223 20 Fundraising and charitable donation correspondence and notes 1985-1987
223 21 Institute for Advocacy Training, Inc. correspondence 1995
223 22 International Center for Not-for-Profit-Law correspondence March 1994
223 23 Inventory of Democracy correspondence and reports 1988
223 24 Inventory of Democracy correspondence and reports 1989
223 25 Inventory of Democracy correspondence, reports, and publications 1991
223 26 The Israel Project report 2003
223 27 Jewish Labor Committee correspondence 1993
223 28 “Jewish Values and Social Action” 1993
223 29 Proposal for Kahn Religious Liberty Resource Center correspondence and Photocopies 1986-1989
223 30 David V. Kahn Religious Liberty Resource Center reprint of “Religion and the Public Schools” correspondence and photocopies 1988-1989
223 31 David V. Kahn Religious Liberty Resource Center publications 1988-1991
223 32 David V. Kahn Religious Liberty Resource Center correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1989-1990
223 33 David V. Kahn Religious Liberty Resource Center correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1991-1992
223 34 David V. Kahn Religious Liberty Resource Center correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1993-1998
BoxFolderTitleDate
224 1 Land donation to American Jewish Congress correspondence 1995
224 2 Large City Budgeting Conference correspondence and reports 1990-1991
224 3 “The Last Resort: A Citizen’s Guide to Nursing Home Reform” 1974
224 4 Law for aspiring rabbis correspondence and photocopies 1997-1998
224 5 Leadership Conference and Legal Defense Fund correspondence 1989, 1993
224 6 Photocopies on liberalism and philosophy 1975, 1993-1994
224 7 Litigation Docket of Pending Case Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State 1969
224 8 Litigation Docket of Pending Case Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State 1970
224 9 Litigation Docket of Pending Case Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State 1973
224 10 Litigation Docket of Pending Case Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State 1974, 1976
224 11 Litigation Docket of Pending Case Affecting Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State 1977
224 12 Memoranda to field staff and Chapter Directives 1969-1977
224 13 Memorandum of Law on the Conduct of a Religious Census in the Public Schools 1958
224 14 Merger of Council of Jewish Federations and United Jewish Appeal 1999
224 15 Monthly report on legislative activity 1993
224 16 National Advisory Board correspondence 1957-1968
224 17 National Domestic Policy Conference correspondence and photocopies 1985-1989
224 18 Proposal on conserving Jewish political power 1990
224 19 “Public Aid to Religiously Affiliated Schools” 1966
224 20 “Public School Sectarianism and the Jewish Child: A Report of Experiences” 1957
224 21 Plan for Project on Democratization and Minority Rights 1992
224 22 Plan for the Council for the Advancement of the Arts and Entertainment 1986
224 23 Plan for the Center for International Studies 1987-1988
224 24 Plan for the Institute for American Policy Studies 1987
224 25 Plan for the Institute for Public Education 1985
224 26 Plan for the Leadership Institute 1983-1988
224 27 Plan for the White Rose Foundation 1985
224 28 Request for Leo Pfeffer’s Papers correspondence 1996
224 29 “The Responsive Community” correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1992-1997
224 30 Sample program forms 1984-1986
224 31 STOPBIAS Program correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1994-1998
224 32 Strategic Planning Group correspondence and photocopies 1993-1994
224 33 “The Supreme Court as an Instrument of Social Change” by Lawrence Tribe 1979
224 34 Warsaw Seminar on Religious Freedom correspondence and photocopies 1996

Subsubseries b: CLSA Subject Files, 1925, 1939-2006

219 Bankers boxes.
Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically by large subject group. Within each large subject group, folders are listed alphabetically and chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Subsubseries b: CLSA Subject Files emerged as an outgrowth of the need to gather and retain information related to the American Jewish Congress legal activities, such as preparing legal briefs, involvement in lobbying efforts, and advocacy on social issues. The sub-subseries reflects the interests and focus of the commission, namely on issues related to church and state, civil rights, civil liberties and education, as well as instances of discrimination and anti-Semitism. Later, the commision would also give attention to biomedical and terrorism related issues and their impact on the Jewish community in America and Israel.

The order of Subsubseries b: CLSA Subject Files approximately duplicates the original order of the folders as they were used and retrieved at the commission's headquarters in New York City. Subsubseries b: CLSA Subject Files have been arranged into larger subject groups including Biomedical Issues and Ethics (Boxes 225-242), Church and State (Boxes 243-370), Civil Liberties and Rights (Boxes 371-392), Discrimination (Boxes 393-419), Economic and Social Welfare (Boxes 419-423), Education (Boxes 424-430), International Law, Political, and Legislative Issues (Boxes 431-440), and Israel and Jewish Issues (Boxes 440-443). Within each large subject group, folders are listed alphabetically and chronologically.

Biomedical Issues and Ethics - Abortion and Reproductive Choice, 1955-2002

BoxFolderTitleDate
225 1 General correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1967-1969
225 2 General releases 1967-1969
225 3 General litigation correspondence and court documents 1970, 1980-1989
225 4 General correspondence 1970-1972
225 5 General photocopies, releases, and clippings 1970-1979
225 6 General litigation photocopies and court documents 1972-1979
225 7 General correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1972-1985
225 8 General correspondence and reports 1973-1975
225 9 General photocopies and reports 1973-1979, 1986
225 10 General legislative material and photocopies 1974-1986
225 11 General photocopies 1975-1979
225 12 General correspondence and photocopies 1976-1977
225 13 General reports and publications 1976-1987
225 14 General correspondence, statements, and notes 1978-1979
225 15 General litigation photocopies and court documents 1979-1980, 1993
225 16 General correspondence 1980-1981
225 17 General reports and photocopies 1980-1981
225 18 General clippings 1980-1983
225 19 General litigation photocopies and court documents 1980-1984
225 20 General photocopies 1980-1985
225 21 General releases 1980-1989
225 22 General pamphlets and publications 1980-1993
225 23 General correspondence 1982-1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
226 1 General clippings 1984-1989
226 2 General correspondence 1984-1990
226 3 General correspondence and statements 1985
226 4 General litigation correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1985-1989
226 5 General correspondence 1986-1988
226 6 General photocopies 1986-1988
226 7 General photocopies and clippings 1987-1990
226 8 General photocopies 1988-1989
226 9 General photocopies and reports 1988-1989
226 10 General reports and publications 1988-1989
226 11 General correspondence and photocopies 1989
226 12 General photocopies 1989
226 13 General correspondence photocopies 1989-1992
226 14 General releases 1989-1994
226 15 General clippings and notes 1989-1998
226 16 General photocopies, reports, and statements 1990
226 17 General correspondence and photocopies 1990-1992
226 18 General photocopies 1990-1994
226 19 General photocopies and reports 1990-1995
BoxFolderTitleDate
227 1 General reports and publications 1990-1995
227 2 General litigation photocopies and court documents 1990-1998
227 3 General photocopies 1991-1993
227 4 General reports and publications 1992-1998
227 5 General correspondence and photocopies 1993-2000
227 6 General reports and publications 1996-1997, 2001
227 7 General photocopies 1996-2002
227 8 General reports and publications 1998-1999
227 9 General litigation photocopies and court documents 1999-2002
227 10 Abortion access in military facilities correspondence and photocopies 1991-1992
227 11 Abortion and elections correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1989-1993
227 12 “Abortion, Democracy, and Mutual Respect” by Max Singer 1995
227 13 Abortion rights in health care reform correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1994
227 14 Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1994-1996
227 15 “A Church Divided” report 1986
227 16 Advanced practice clinicians as abortion providers reports 2000
227 17 American Bar Association resolution on abortion correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1990
227 18 Bill Baird Institute correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1980-1991
227 19 Birth control clippings, and photocopies 1953-1969
227 20 Birth control releases 1955-1964
227 21 Birth control correspondence 1958-1959
227 22 Birth control photocopies, reports, and releases 1958-1959
BoxFolderTitleDate
228 1 Birth control correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1958-1966
228 2 Birth control correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1960-1969
228 3 Birth control releases 1965-1980
228 4 Birth control and advertising correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1984-1988
228 5 Arneth v. Gross birth control case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1985-1986
228 6 Birth control and infertility correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1988-1990
228 7 California state legislation correspondence and photocopies 1985-2000
228 8 Call to Commitment correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1979-1981, 1986
228 9 Catholics for a Free Choice correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1989-1993
228 10 Common Ground Network for Life and Choice correspondence and reports 1995-1996
228 11 Contraceptive Coverage Bill correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1996-1997
228 12 District of Colombia Appropriations Bill correspondence and photocopies 1989-1993
228 13 Emergency contraception photocopies, clippings, and publications 2000-2002
228 14 Fake clinics photocopies, publications, and clippings 1986-1993
228 15 Family Planning Advocates of New York State newsletters and publications 1978-1985
228 16 Family Planning Advocates of New York State correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1983-1993
228 17 Family Planning Advocates of New York State correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1994-1999
228 18 Fathers’ rights correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1988-1989
228 19 Feminism and reproductive choice correspondence, photocopies, and notes 1996-1999
228 20 Fetal viability correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1991
228 21 Florida state legislation correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1980-1999
228 22 Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrance Act correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1991-1998
228 23 Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrance Act correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1993
228 24 Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrance Act correspondence and photocopies 1993-1997
228 25 Freedom of Choice Act statements and legislative material 1989-1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
229 1 Freedom of Choice Act correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1990-1993
229 2 Freedom of Choice Act photocopies and notes 1992-1993
229 3 Georgia state legislation correspondence and photocopies 1985-1987
229 4 Hatch Amendment (SJ110) correspondence, clippings, and reports 1981-1983
229 5 Hatch Amendment (S522) statements and photocopies 1984-1985
229 6 Hatch Amendment (S522) correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1985
229 7 Hospital Providers Project Draft Survey Report 1996
229 8 Human Life Amendment correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1980-1982
229 9 Human Life Amendment reports, statements, and publications 1981-1982
229 10 Humphrey Amendment (HR 3838) correspondence, photocopies, and legislative material 1986
229 11 Hyde Amendment (HR 2518) correspondence, photocopies, and notes 1993-1994
229 12 Illinois state legislation correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1981-1989
229 13 International family planning correspondence and reports 1982-1987
229 14 International family planning photocopies and reports 1984-1989
229 15 International family planning clippings 1984-1989
229 16 International family planning photocopies, publications, and legislation material 1990-1992
229 17 International family planning correspondence and photocopies 1991-1997
229 18 International family planning photocopies, publications, and legislation material 1993-1997
229 19 Jewish perspective on abortion reports, photocopies, and releases 1974-1984
229 20 Louisiana state legislation photocopies and clippings 1989-1991
229 21 Maryland state legislation correspondence, photocopies, and legislative material 1985-1991
229 22 Massachusetts state legislation photocopies and publications 1985-1991
229 23 “Measuring Up: Assessing State Policies to Promote Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health” 1998
229 24 Medicaid funding for abortion correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1989-1995
229 25 Missouri state legislation correspondence and photocopies 1989-1990
229 26 Mobilize for Women’s Lives correspondence, photocopies, and notes 1989
229 27 Mobilize for Women’s Lives correspondence and photocopies 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
230 1 National Abortion Federation correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1985-1995
230 2 National Abortion Rights Action League correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1971-1983
230 3 National Abortion Rights Action League reports 1984, 1988
230 4 National Abortion Rights Action League “Silent No More” campaign correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1985
230 5 National Abortion Rights Action League correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1990-1993
230 6 National Abortion Rights Action League reports and publications 1990-1995
230 7 National Abortion Rights Action League photocopies 1994
230 8 National Council of Jewish Women reports, publications, and notes 1983-1985
230 9 National Organization for Women correspondence and photocopies 1989
230 10 Nomination of Surgeon General C. Everett Koop correspondence and clippings 1981
230 11 New Jersey state legislation correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1979, 1989, 1997
230 12 New York Civil Liberties Union correspondence, photocopies, and report 1997-1998
230 13 New York State Campaign for Abortion Rights correspondence and photocopies 1989-1996
230 14 New York State Campaign for Choice correspondence and photocopies 1994-1999
230 15 New York state legislation correspondence, notes, and clippings 1984-1990
230 16 New York state legislation correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1990-2001
230 17 North Dakota state legislation correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1991
230 18 Opponents of abortion biographies and photocopies 1991-1992
230 19 Parental notification correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1981-1987
230 20 Parental notification reports and statements 1986-1989
230 21 Parental notification correspondence and photocopies 1988-1989
230 22 Parental notification publications and clippings 1989-1992, 1994
230 23 Parental notification photocopies and notes 1990
230 24 Parental notification correspondence and photocopies 1990-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
231 1 Parental notification photocopies 1991-1997
231 2 Parental notification and Child Custody Protection Act correspondence and photocopies 1998
231 3 American Academy of Pediatrics v. Lungren parental notification case correspondence and court documents 1995
231 4 Hodgson v. State of Minnesota parental notification case photocopies 1986-1987
231 5 Hodgson v. State of Minnesota parental notification case photocopies and court documents 1986-1988
231 6 Hodgson v. State of Minnesota parental notification case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1988-1990
231 7 In the Matter of T.W., a minor parental consent case photocopies 1989
231 8 Right to Life Advocates, Inc. v. Aaron Women’s Clinic parental notification case photocopies 1988
231 9 State of Ohio v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health parental notification case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1978-1982
231 10 State of Ohio v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health parental notification case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1988-1990
231 11 Zbaraz v. Hartigan parental notification case correspondence and photocopies 1986
231 12 Partial birth abortion ban correspondence and photocopies 1994-1998
231 13 Partial birth abortion ban correspondence and photocopies 1995-1996
231 14 Partial birth abortion ban correspondence and photocopies 1997
231 15 Partial birth abortion ban correspondence and photocopies 1998-2000
231 16 Pennsylvania State House Bill #1726 statements and legislative material 1981
231 17 Pennsylvania state legislation photocopies, releases, and legislative material 1981-1989
231 18 Pennsylvania state legislation correspondence and clippings 1981-1991
231 19 Planned Parenthood correspondence, releases, and clippings 1953-1959
231 20 Planned Parenthood correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1984-1994
231 21 Planned Parenthood and AT&T shareholders campaign correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1988-1993
231 22 Pregnancy and drug use correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1989-1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
232 1 Pro-Choice Hotline correspondence and photocopies 1992-1993
232 2 Qualitative research reports 1997
232 3 Relief of Pain in the Human Fetus during Abortion Act (HR 203) correspondence and photocopies 1984-1985
232 4 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights correspondence and photocopies 1974-1979
232 5 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights board of directors minutes 1974, 1978-1983
232 6 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights financial reports 1974, 1981-1989
232 7 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1974-1991
232 8 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights reports and publications 1976-1989
232 9 “Dispatch” Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights newsletters 1977-1984
232 10 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights releases 1977-1991
232 11 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights reports 1977-1992
232 12 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights board meeting agenda 1979-1993
232 13 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights bylaws and correspondence 1980
232 14 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights correspondence 1980-1984
232 15 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights legislative updates 1980-1986
232 16 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights annual reports 1981, 1989-1990, 1992, 1998
232 17 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights legislative program reports 1982-1992
232 18 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights correspondence 1985-1989
232 19 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights board of directors minutes and correspondence 1986-1989
232 20 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights legislative program reports 1989-1992
232 21 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights correspondence 1990
232 22 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights financial reports 1990-1992
232 23 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights board of directors minutes and correspondence 1990-1993
232 24 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights reports and publication 1990-1994
232 25 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights correspondence 1991
BoxFolderTitleDate
233 1 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights correspondence 1992
233 2 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights tax exemption material 1992
233 3 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights bylaws, correspondence, and photocopies 1993
233 4 Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights correspondence 1993
233 5 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice bylaws and meeting minutes 1993-1998
233 6 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice annual reports 1993, 2001
233 7 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice pamphlets and publications 1994-1995
233 8 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice correspondence 1994-2000
233 9 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice photocopies and notes 1995-2000
233 10 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice executive search report 1997
233 11 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice reports and photocopies 1997-2000
233 12 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice board of directors and council of governors meeting 1999
233 13 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice strategic plan status reports and charts 1999
233 14 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice board of directors and council of governors meeting 1999
233 15 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice board of directors’ manual 1999
233 16 Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice board of directors meeting packet 2000
233 17 Reproductive choice and Catholicism clippings and publications 1984-1993
233 18 Reproductive choice and Catholicism correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1984-2000
233 19 RU 486 photocopies, clippings, and releases 1988-1995
233 20 RU 486 correspondence and reports 1989-1994
233 21 Senate Judiciary Resolution 3 correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1983
233 22 State Strategies Task Force correspondence and photocopies 1993-1994
233 23 Texas state legislation correspondence, photocopies, and legislative material 1984-1992
233 24 Title X and family planning correspondence, reports, and legislative material 1965, 1970
233 25 Title X and family planning correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1980-1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
234 1 Title X and family planning reports and testimony 1982-1990
234 2 Title X and family planning correspondence, photocopies, and legislative material 1984-1989
234 3 Title X and family planning photocopies, releases, and clippings 1985-1992
234 4 Title X and family planning correspondence and photocopies 1987
234 5 Title X and family planning correspondence and photocopies 1988-1991
234 6 The State of New York v. Sullivan Title X case photocopies 1989
234 7 Title X and family planning correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1990-1991
234 8 Title X and family planning correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1990-2000
234 9 Title X and family planning correspondence, photocopies, and statements 1991-1999
234 10 Training and Access Working Group correspondence and photocopies 1996-1999
234 11 Utah state legislation photocopies and clippings 1991
234 12 Various states legislation correspondence, photocopies, and legislative material 1986-1999
234 13 Violence and picketing at abortion facilities correspondence, photocopies, and notes 1980-1989
234 14 Bray v. Alexandria Women’s Health Clinic abortion facilities picketing case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1990-1993
234 15 Violence and picketing at abortion facilities correspondence, photocopies, and statements 1992-1995
234 16 United States of America v. Lynch and Moscinski abortion facilities picketing case photocopies and court documents 1997
234 17 Weldon Amendment photocopies and notes 2003-2004
234 18 Weldon Amendment correspondence, photocopies, and reports 2004
234 19 National Family Planning and Reproductive Health, Inc. v. Ashcroft Weldon Amendment case photocopies and court documents 2004
234 20 Western Union Telegram Program correspondence and photocopies 1990
234 21 Webster v. Reproductive Health Services case photocopies 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
235 1 Wisconsin state legislation correspondence, photocopies, and legislative material 1985-1990
235 2 Women’s Health Equity Act photocopies and reports 1990
235 3 Women’s Health Equity Act photocopies and clippings 1991
235 4 Beal v. Franklin case photocopies, and court documents 1977, 1979
235 5 Berman v. Allan case photocopies 1979
235 6 Bowen v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts case correspondence and court documents 1988
235 7 Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany v. Serio court documents 2003
235 8 City of New York v. Wyman case photocopies and court documents 1971
235 9 Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Edelin correspondence, reports, and court documents 1975-1976
235 10 Doe v. Bolton case briefs and publication 1971, 1973
235 11 Erzinger v. Regents of the University of California case correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1980-1983
235 12 Ferguson v. The City of Charleston, South Carolina case photocopies 1999-2000
235 13 Fischer v. Department of Public Welfare case correspondence and photocopies 1984
235 14 Fritz v. Hagerstown Reproductive Health Services case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1982-1983
235 15 Hill v. Colorado case correspondence and photocopies 1999
235 16 Hope v. Perales case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1990-1991
235 17 In Re: Ms. C. case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1987-1988
235 18 In Re: Ms. C. case correspondence, photocopies, and notes 1987-1988
235 19 H.L. v. Mattheson case correspondence 1980
235 20 In the Matter of Ben Chin Chu court documents 1994
235 21 In the Matter of Klein case correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1989-1991
235 22 In the Matter of Unborn Child “H” case correspondence and photocopies 1984-1988
235 23 Johnson v. State of Florida court documents 1989
235 24 Madsen v. Women’s Health Center, Inc. case correspondence, notes, and court documents 1993-1994
235 25 Madsen v. Women’s Health Center, Inc. case photocopies and court documents 1993-1994
235 26 Medlin v. Palmer case photocopies and court documents 1985
235 27 Murray v. Lawson case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1993
235 28 National Conference of Catholic Bishops v. Bell case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1979-1980
235 29 News Group Publications v. Blum case correspondence and photocopies 1979
BoxFolderTitleDate
236 1 Planned Parenthood Association of Kansas City v. Ashcroft court documents 1980-1981
236 2 Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern Arizona v. Babbitt case photocopies 1986
236 3 Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey case photocopies 1992
236 4 Renee B. v. State of Florida case correspondence and court documents 1999
236 5 Roe v. Abortion Abolition Society case photocopies and court documents 1985-1986
236 6 Roe v. Wade case correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1971, 1973
236 7 Rust v. Sullivan case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1989-1990
236 8 Rust v. Sullivan case correspondence and court documents 1988-1990
236 9 Scheinberg v. Smith case correspondence and photocopies 1979-1981
236 10 Simopoulos v. Commonwealth of Virginia case photocopies 1981
236 11 Stenberg v. Carhart case correspondence and court documents 2000
236 12 Taylor v. St. Vincents Hospital case photocopies 1973
236 13 Turnock v. Ragsdsale case correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1988-1989
236 14 Weeks v. Connick case correspondence and court documents 1989-1990
236 15 Wynn v. Carey case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1975-1978
236 16 Young Women’s Christian Association of Princeton, New Jersey v. Kugler court documents 1970

Biomedical Issues and Ethics - Biomedical Issues, 1975-2002

BoxFolderTitleDate
236 17 General correspondence and photocopies 1986-1999
236 18 American Jewish Congress Taskforce on Bio-Ethics notes and drafts 1988-1989
236 19 American Jewish Congress Taskforce on Bio-Ethics minutes, photocopies, and reports 1988-1990
236 20 American Jewish Congress Taskforce on Bio-Ethics correspondence and photocopies 1988-1995
236 21 American Jewish Congress Taskforce on Bio-Ethics notes and drafts 1989
236 22 American Jewish Congress Taskforce on Bio-Ethics drafts 1995
236 23 General reports and publications 1989-2001
236 24 General photocopies, clippings, and releases 1990-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
237 1 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) photocopies 1985-1986
237 2 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) reports and statements 1986-1987
237 3 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) photocopies and clippings 1986-1994
237 4 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) correspondence and photocopies 1986-1997
237 5 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) reports and publications 1986-1996, 2002
237 6 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) photocopies and releases 1987
237 7 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) reports and legislative material 1987
237 8 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) reports and statements 1987-1988
237 9 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) litigation correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1987-1990
237 10 “Confronting the AIDS Crisis: A Manual for Synagogue Leaders” photocopies, reports, and pamphlets 1988-1989
237 11 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) photocopies 1988-1989
237 12 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) photocopies 1990-1991
237 13 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) notes 1990-1991
237 14 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) reports and statements 1990-1993
237 15 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) photocopies 1992-1994
237 16 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) photocopies and reports 1995-1998
237 17 Elstein v. State Division of Human Rights AIDS discrimination case correspondence and court documents 1989
237 18 Active and passive euthanasia clippings and releases 1980-1999
237 19 Active and passive euthanasia photocopies 1989-1996
237 20 Active and passive euthanasia reports and minutes 1993-1994
237 21 Active and passive euthanasia correspondence 1994
237 22 Active and passive euthanasia correspondence 1995-1997
BoxFolderTitleDate
238 1 Active and passive euthanasia photocopies 1995-2000
238 2 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making photocopies 1975-1985
238 3 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making reports and publications 1976-1991
238 4 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making releases 1979-1983, 1989-1992
238 5 In the Matter of Karen Quinlan surrogate decision-making case photocopies and clippings 1979, 1985
238 6 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making clippings and notes 1983-1993
238 7 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making correspondence 1984-1989
238 8 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making photocopies 1986-1989
238 9 Cruzan v. Director of Missouri Department of Health advanced directive case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1988-1992
238 10 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making photocopies 1989, 1992, 1997
238 11 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making correspondence 1990
238 12 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making reports 1990-1991
238 13 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making photocopies 1990-1991
238 14 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making correspondence and photocopies 1991
238 15 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making photocopies 1992-1994
238 16 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making reports and publications 1992-1999
238 17 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making correspondence and photocopies 1993-2001
238 18 Advanced directives and surrogate decision-making photocopies 1995-2000
238 19 Aging correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1990-1997
238 20 Assisted Reproductive Technologies Taskforce correspondence, photocopies and reports 1991-1999
238 21 Assisted Reproductive Technologies Taskforce correspondence and publications 1996-2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
239 1 Assisted Reproductive Technologies Taskforce photocopies, notes, and drafts 1999-2001
239 2 United States of America v. University Hospital, State University of New York at Stonybrook “Baby Jane Doe” case photocopies and releases 1982-1984
239 3 United States of America v. University Hospital, State University of New York at Stonybrook “Baby Jane Doe” case photocopies and court documents 1982-1984
239 4 United States of America v. University Hospital, State University of New York at Stonybrook “Baby Jane Doe” case photocopies and court documents 1983-1984
239 5 United States of America v. University Hospital, State University of New York at Stonybrook “Baby Jane Doe” case clippings and notes 1983-1985
239 6 United States of America v. University Hospital, State University of New York at Stonybrook “Baby Jane Doe” case reports, statements, and publications 1983-1985
239 7 United States of America v. University Hospital, State University of New York at Stonybrook “Baby Jane Doe” case correspondence 1983-1985, 1989
239 8 United States of America v. University Hospital, State University of New York at Stonybrook “Baby Jane Doe” case photocopies and drafts 1985-1986, 1994
239 9 Baby K v. Ms. H. medical futility case photocopies 1994
239 10 Bilingual drug counselors correspondence and photocopies 1992
239 11 Breast cancer publications, notes, and releases 1991-1999
239 12 Breast cancer correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1993-1998
239 13 California advanced directive and surrogate decision-making legislation photocopies 1989
239 14 California Euthanasia Referendum correspondence and photocopies 1988-1990
239 15 Cipollone v. Liggett Group, Inc. case photocopies 1992
239 16 Commission on Quality Care at the End of Life statements and drafts 1997
239 17 Compassion in Dying v. State of Washington case correspondence and photocopies 1995-1996
239 18 A Constitutional Conference on the Right to Die photocopies 1985
239 19 Corcoran v. United Health Care case correspondence and photocopies 1992
239 20 Definition of death correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1982-1996
239 21 District of Columbia Natural Death Act photocopies 1989-1990
239 22 Drug testing in the workplace correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1986-1988
239 23 Family Health Care Decision-Making Act photocopies and legislative material 1995-2000
239 24 Female circumcision correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1993-1996
239 25 Fetal tissue research and transplants photocopies and newsletters 1983-1988
239 26 Fetal tissue research and transplants report and publications 1985-1989
239 27 Fetal tissue research and transplants drafts and notes 1988-1990
239 28 Fetal tissue research and transplants clippings 1988-1992
239 29 Fetal tissue research and transplants correspondence 1988-1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
240 1 Fetal tissue research and transplants photocopies and reports 1989
240 2 Fetal tissue research and transplants photocopies and reports 1990
240 3 Fetal tissue research and transplants reports and drafts 1990
240 4 Fetal tissue research and transplants statements and reports 1990-1991
240 5 Fetal tissue research and transplants photocopies and reports 1991
240 6 Fetal tissue research and transplants photocopies 1992-1998
240 7 Food and Drug Administration correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1991-1992, 1996-1997
240 8 Frozen embryos photocopies, notes, and clippings 1989-1990
240 9 Davis v. Davis frozen embryos case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1989-1990
240 10 Frozen embryos report and publication 1999
240 11 Genetic testing and privacy reports and publications 1983, 1993, 1995, 2002
240 12 Genetic testing and privacy correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1991-2002
240 13 Griffith v. Industrial Excess Landfill, Inc. case photocopies 1990
240 14 Halachic living will photocopies, reports, and forms 1990-1994
240 15 Health care rationing photocopies, clippings, and reports 1991-1995
240 16 Health care reform reports and publications 1988-1994
240 17 Health care reform correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1990-1994
240 18 Health care reform notes, clippings and releases 1991-1995
240 19 Health care reform for people with disabilities photocopies and report 1994
240 20 Health care reform correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1994-1998
240 21 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act correspondence and photocopies 1996-1998
240 22 Illinois Living Will Act photocopies 1989-1990
240 23 Infertility and reproductive technologies correspondence, notes, and clippings 1984-1997
240 24 Infertility and reproductive technologies photocopies 1986-1994
240 25 Infertility and reproductive technologies photocopies and publications 1995-2000
240 26 In the Matter of a Fair Hearing on Behalf of #1306584 Medicaid case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1988-1989
240 27 In the Matter of Elizabeth Bouvia case correspondence and clippings 1983-1984
240 28 Managed health care photocopies and reports 1995-2000
240 29 Maryland Health Care Decisions Act photocopies and legislative material 1990-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
241 1 Maryland Health Care Decisions Act correspondence, photocopies and notes 1992-1993
241 2 Minnesota Adult Health Care Decisions Act photocopies 1989, 1992
241 3 Missouri advanced directive legislation photocopies and clippings 1991
241 4 Medicare and Medicaid correspondence and photocopies 1962-1979
241 5 Medicare and Medicaid statements, clippings, and releases 1964-1976
241 6 Medicare and Medicaid reform correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1991-2000
241 7 Medicare Beneficiaries Defense Fund v. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center case correspondence and photocopies 1992
241 8 Medicaid reimbursement to nursing homes for kosher food correspondence and photocopies 1992
241 9 Medical futility correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1990-1997
241 10 Nazi experimentation correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1990
241 11 Newborn delivery and hospital discharge correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1995-1996
241 12 New Jersey Advance Directives for Health Care Act correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1988-1996
241 13 New Jersey Advance Directives for Health Care Act publications 1991-1992
241 14 New York Health Care Proxy Law photocopies and legislative material 1987-1993
241 15 New York Health Care Proxy Law correspondence, reports, and brochures 1989-1994
241 16 New York Health Care Proxy Law photocopies, reports, and clippings 1989-1996
241 17 New York Health Care Decisions Act statements 1996
241 18 Oregon physician-assisted suicide legislation photocopies and report 1994-1999
241 19 Organ donation and transplantation correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1983-2000
241 20 Osteotech, Inc. v. GenSci Regeneration Sciences, Inc. case photocopies 1998
241 21 Patient Self-Determination Act statements 1990
241 22 Patient Self-Determination Act correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1990-1992
241 23 Pennsylvania living will legislation photocopies and legislative material 1989-1990
241 24 Quill v. Koppell case correspondence and court documents 1994-1995
241 25 Report on Patient Decision-Making drafts and notes 1989
241 26 Research Freedom Act correspondence and photocopies 1991
241 27 Sexual misconduct by therapeutic and health care professionals correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1991-1992
241 28 Sixth International Congress on Ethics in Medicine notes 1992
241 29 Stem cell research correspondence and photocopies 1996-2000
241 30 Suicide photocopies and clippings 1987-1991, 1995
241 31 Surrogate motherhood photocopies, reports, and legislative material 1986-1989
241 32 In the Matter of Baby M surrogate motherhood case photocopies and clippings 1987-1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
242 1 Surrogate motherhood correspondence and photocopies 1987-1989
242 2 Surrogate motherhood clippings and photocopies 1987-1990
242 3 Surrogate motherhood correspondence and photocopies 1987-1992
242 4 Surrogate motherhood reports, publications, and notes 1988-1989
242 5 Surrogate motherhood publications 1988-1989, 1992
242 6 Surrogate motherhood statements and reports 1989-1995
242 7 Surrogate motherhood photocopies, releases, and legislative material 1990-1995
242 8 Telemedicine correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1997-1998
242 9 Uniform Rights of the Terminally Ill Act photocopies and reports 1989
242 10 Universal health care correspondence and photocopies 2002
242 11 Vacco v. Quill case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1995-1996
242 12 Various states advance directives and surrogate decision-making photocopies 1991-1995
242 13 Virginia Natural Death Act photocopies 1991-1992
242 14 Women’s health correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1988-1997

Church and State - Adoption and Custody, 1950-2002

BoxFolderTitleDate
243 1 General correspondence 1950-1953
243 2 General mimeographs, publications, and bills 1950-1955
243 3 General clippings 1952-1955
243 4 General correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1952, 1972-1984
243 5 General correspondence 1954-1955
243 6 General clippings 1954-1958
243 7 American Jewish Congress positions 1954-1961
243 8 General correspondence, releases, and court documents 1955-1958
243 9 General mimeographs, publications, and bills 1955-1958
243 10 General litigation and court documents 1955-1958
243 11 General correspondence 1956-1958
243 12 General clippings 1956-1958
243 13 General correspondence 1959-1961
243 14 General mimeographs, publications, and bills 1959-1962
243 15 General correspondence, releases, and court documents 1959-1976
243 16 General correspondence 1962-1968
243 17 General mimeographs, publications, and bills 1963-1968
243 18 General correspondence 1969-1982
243 19 General mimeographs, publications, and bills 1969-1982
243 20 General clippings 1970-1982
243 21 General correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1978-1989
243 22 General correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1980-1987
243 23 General correspondence and court documents 1980-1992
BoxFolderTitleDate
244 1 General correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1990-2000
244 2 General correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1991-1998
244 3 General photocopies and court documents 1991, 1993, 1999
244 4 General correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1991-2002
244 5 General correspondence and photocopies 1992-1993
244 6 General correspondence, photocopies, and articles 1992-1999
244 7 General correspondence and photocopies 1994-2002
244 8 General correspondence and photocopies 1998-2000
244 9 Katz Committee correspondence and photocopies 1981-1985
244 10 Maryland adoption legislation correspondence 1955-1957
244 11 Massachusetts adoption legislation correspondence 1970
244 12 Missouri adoption legislation correspondence 1955-1957
244 13 New Jersey adoption litigation and documents 1965-1966
244 14 Pennsylvania adoption legislation and litigation 1953-1955
244 15 Race and religion in adoption correspondence, articles, and reports 1987-1998
244 16 Wisconsin adoption legislation correspondence and clippings 1955-1957
244 17 Balis v. Balis custody case correspondence and court documents 1998
244 18 Begley v. Begley case documents 1955-1961
244 19 Begley v. Begley case correspondence 1960-1967
244 20 Berry case documents 1952-1955
244 21 Boerger v. Boerger case correspondence 1953
244 22 Burke case correspondence 1970-1972
244 23 Burke case documents 1970-1972
244 24 Cooper v. Hinrichs case correspondence and clippings 1955-1957
244 25 Crowell case correspondence and court documents 1957-1958
244 26 Dickens v. Ernesto case correspondence 1972
244 27 Duarte case correspondence 1954-1955
BoxFolderTitleDate
245 1 Ellis v. McCoy adoption case correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1954-1957
245 2 Ellis v. McCoy adoption case clippings 1954-1958
245 3 Gally case correspondence and court documents 1952-1954
245 4 Goldman v. Fogarty court documents 1954
245 5 Goldman v. Fogarty court documents and mimeographs 1954
245 6 Goldman v. Fogarty case correspondence 1954-1955
245 7 Goldman v. Fogarty case clippings 1954-1955
245 8 Hackett v. Hackett case documents and correspondence 1958-1959
245 9 Herridge v. Herridge custody case correspondence and court documents 1999
245 10 Hojda v. Hojda custody case correspondence and court documents 2000
245 11 Luini adoption case correspondence and clippings 1966
245 12 Marsh case correspondence and court documents 1958
245 13 Martin case clippings and court documents 1953-1955
245 14 Osnos case correspondence 1955
245 15 Perelman v. Duff custody case correspondence and court documents 1998-1999
245 16 Perelman v. Duff custody case correspondence and court documents 1998-1999
245 17 Perelman v. Duff custody court documents 1999
245 18 Perelman v. Duff custody court documents 1999
245 19 Schwartzman v. Schwartzman documents and correspondence 1975-1978
245 20 Sherman case correspondence and court documents 1954
245 21 Sotnick v. Sotnick case briefs and court documents 1994
245 22 Southern court documents 1949-1951
245 23 Southern court documents 1951-1952
245 24 Torres case correspondence and court documents 1960

Church and State - Blue Laws, 1949-1951, 1957-1998, 2000

BoxFolderTitleDate
246 1 General photocopies 1957-1973
246 2 General clippings 1960-1997, 2000
246 3 General court papers and opinions 1962, 1982-1998
246 4 General correspondence 1968-1979
246 5 General mimeographs and publications 1969-1978, 1994
246 6 General clippings 1969-1982
246 7 General correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1975-1978
246 8 Massachusetts Sunday Laws correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1952-1959
246 9 Massachusetts Sunday Laws correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1960-1965
246 10 Massachusetts Sunday Laws releases and clippings 1960-1982
246 11 Pennsylvania Sunday Laws correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1957-1959
246 12 Pennsylvania Sunday Laws releases and photocopies 1957-1968, 1978
246 13 Pennsylvania Sunday Laws correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1960-1967
246 14 South Carolina Sunday Laws clippings 1959-1985
246 15 Braunfeld v. Gibbons case correspondence and court documents 1959-1960
246 16 Braunfeld v. Gibbons case briefs and court documents 1959-1961
246 17 Crown Kosher Super Market of Massachusetts v. Gallagher case correspondence and court documents 1958-1960
246 18 Crown Kosher Super Market of Massachusetts v. Gallagher case correspondence and court documents 1960-1961
BoxFolderTitleDate
247 1 People of State of New York v. Friedman case correspondence and court documents 1949-1951
247 2 Rosenthal v. Barry case photocopies and reports 1972-1973
247 3 Schaad v. Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association of the United Methodist Church case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1975-1992
247 4 Two Guys from Harrison-Allentown, Inc. v. McGinley case correspondence, releases, and court documents 1959-1963

Church and State - Chaplains, 1957-1999, 2002

BoxFolderTitleDate
247 5 Chaplains in correctional institutions decisions, correspondence, and photocopies 1976-1997
247 6 Chaplains in correctional institutions correspondence and photocopies 1991-1999, 2002
247 7 Chaplains in Legislature correspondence, photocopies, and briefs 1982-1987
247 8 Chaplains in Military correspondence, releases, and clippings 1957-1998
247 9 Chaplains in Military and government service correspondence and court documents 1960-1986
247 10 Chaplains in Military correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1962-1963, 1987-1993, 1998
247 11 Chaplains in Military correspondence, publications, and court documents 1972-1983
247 12 Chaplain Sable and Chaplains in Military correspondence, notes, and releases 1976-1981
247 13 Chaplains in Military correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1984-1987
247 14 Chaplain’s Prayer and prayer in Senate correspondence 1992
247 15 Colo v. Crane case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1975-1978

Church and State - Charitable Choice, 1994-2004

BoxFolderTitleDate
247 16 Proposed legislation and acts 1996-2002
247 17 General reports and statements 1996-2003
247 18 General correspondence and photocopies 1997-2002
247 19 General correspondence, photocopies, and articles 1998-2000
247 20 General correspondence 1999-2003
247 21 General reports and statements 2000-2001
247 22 General litigation and legal documents 2000-2001
247 23 General clippings 2000-2001
247 24 General clippings 2000-2001
BoxFolderTitleDate
248 1 General clippings 2000-2001
248 2 General clippings 2000-2001
248 3 General litigation and legal documents 2000-2002
248 4 Proposed legislation and acts 2000-2002
248 5 General clippings 2000-2003
248 6 General litigation and reports 2000-2003
248 7 Testimony and hearings 2001
248 8 Charitable Choice, Arizona 1999-2000
248 9 Charitable Choice, California 1998-2000
248 10 Charitable Choice, District of Columbia 1998-2001
248 11 Charitable Choice, Florida 1999-2001
248 12 Charitable Choice, Louisiana 2002
248 13 Charitable Choice, Massachusetts 1996
248 14 Charitable Choice, New Jersey 1994-2000
248 15 Charitable Choice, North Dakota 2000
248 16 Charitable Choice, Ohio 1999
248 17 Charitable Choice, Pennsylvania 2000-2002
248 18 Charitable Choice, Rhode Island 1997-2000
248 19 Charitable Choice, Texas 1997-1999
248 20 Charitable Choice, Texas 2000-2002
248 21 Charitable Choice, Virginia 1996-2004
248 22 Charitable Choice, Wisconsin 1999-2000
248 23 American Jewish Congress Position 2003
248 24 Anti-Discrimination Regulations 2002
248 25 Anti-Discrimination Regulations 2002-2003
248 26 Ashcroft Amendments photocopies 1995-1998
248 27 Ashcroft and Charitable Choice photocopies 1999-2001
248 28 Charitable Choice and the Senate photocopies 1999-2001
248 29 Child Care opinion and photocopies 2000
248 30 Coalition against Racial Discrimination report and photocopies 2001
248 31 Comments on the Proposed Charitable Choice Regulations photocopies 2003
248 32 Faith-Based Organizations and Charitable Choice photocopies 1999-2001
248 33 Faith-Based Organization in Community Development report and photocopies 2001
248 34 Faith-Based Partnership with School Libraries in Technology Access report 2000
248 35 Federal Agencies Rewriting Rules to Boost Religious Charities photocopies 2002
248 36 Federal Register 2002
248 37 First Results from Three States report and photocopies 2003
248 38 Freedom from Religion v. McCallum (Wisconsin) photocopies and court documents 2000-2003
248 39 Gore on Charitable Choice photocopies 1999
248 40 The Growing Impact of Charitable Choice report and photocopies 2000
BoxFolderTitleDate
249 1 In the Senate of the United States photocopies 2002
249 2 “The Law as It Is and May Not Be” by Marc Stern 2001
249 3 Letter to Joe Lieberman 2002
249 4 President Bush and Charitable Choice photocopies 2001-2002
249 5 Protecting the Civil Rights and Religious Liberty of Faith-Based Organizations report 2000
249 6 Rallying the Armies of Compassion report and photocopies 2001
249 7 Republican Tax Plan correspondence and photocopies 1997
249 8 Roundtable on Religion and Social Welfare Policy research projects 2002-2003
249 9 Social and Community Involvement of Religious Congregations Housed in Historic Religious Properties report 1998

Church and State - Clergy, 1979-2003

BoxFolderTitleDate
249 10 Mockaitis and George v. Harcleroad clergy confidentiality case photocopies and court documents 1996
249 11 State of Washington v. Martin clergy confidentiality case photocopies and court documents 1999
249 12 Clergy and confidentiality correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1999-2003
249 13 Clergy-Penitent privilege and malpractice correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1979-1996
249 14 Clergy malpractice correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1980-1990
249 15 Nally v. Grace Community Church of the Valley clergy malpractice case correspondence and court documents 1984-1987
249 16 Nally v. Grace Community Church of the Valley clergy malpractice case photocopies and releases 1984-1989
249 17 May v. Laitner clergy malpractice case correspondence and court documents 1989-1990
249 18 Byrd v. Faber clergy malpractice case correspondence and court documents 1989-1990
249 19 Clergy malpractice clippings 1991-1998
249 20 Clergy malpractice cases and litigation 1996-2001
249 21 Malicki and St. David Catholic Church v. Doe clergy malpractice court documents 2002
249 22 Clergy Malpractice in California correspondence and photocopies 1999
249 23 Clergy Malpractice in Michigan photocopies 1998
249 24 Clergy Malpractice in Missouri photocopies 1996
249 25 Clergy Malpractice in New Jersey correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1991-1997
249 26 Clergy Malpractice in New York correspondence and photocopies 1998
249 27 Clergy Malpractice in North Carolina photocopies 1991, 1997-1998

Church and State - Equal Access Act, 1949, 1951-2003

BoxFolderTitleDate
250 1 General correspondence and clippings 1980, 1989-1992
250 2 Proposed legislation and bills 1982-1984
250 3 Legislative history summary 1983-1984
250 4 Photocopies on Congressional debate 1983-1984
250 5 School surveys on extracurricular and religious clubs 1984-1985
250 6 School surveys on extracurricular and religious clubs 1984-1985
250 7 School surveys on extracurricular and religious clubs 1984-1985
250 8 General guidelines 1984-1989
250 9 Distribution of Equal Access information 1984-1995
250 10 General guidelines 1991, 1995-1999
250 11 General correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1991-2003
250 12 Equal Access questionnaires 1992-1994
250 13 General correspondence and clippings 1993-1998
250 14 Equal Access: A Practical Guide 1995
250 15 General correspondence and photocopies 1996-2000
250 16 California and GNAMA Listening Post documents 1996-1997
250 17 General correspondence and clippings 1997-2001
250 18 Use of school property in Iowa 1988-1991
250 19 South Carolina documents 1996-1998
250 20 Texas Equal Access Act 1991
250 21 Extracurricular activities, internal correspondence 1983-1989
250 22 Extracurricular activities, internal correspondence April-May 1984
250 23 Extracurricular activities, internal correspondence June-December 1984
250 24 Extracurricular activities, external correspondence 1983-1984
250 25 Extracurricular activities, external correspondence 1985-1991
250 26 Extracurricular activities letters to Congress 1983-1984
250 27 Extracurricular activities, Congressional responses 1983-1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
251 1 Extracurricular activities guidelines 1979-1984
251 2 Extracurricular activities magazine and journal articles 1981-1985
251 3 Extracurricular activities clippings 1983-1986
251 4 Extracurricular activities testimony 1983-1984
251 5 Extracurricular activities analysis and reports 1983-1989
251 6 Extracurricular activities clippings 1984-1985
251 7 Extracurricular activities, AJ Congress/ACLU guidelines 1984-1985
251 8 Extracurricular activities guidelines 1984-1985
251 9 Extracurricular activities guidelines and correspondence 1984-1986
251 10 Extracurricular activities guidelines 1984-1990
251 11 Extracurricular activities fact sheets and analyses 1984-1991
251 12 Extracurricular activities, community response in California 1984-1989
251 13 Extracurricular activities, community response in Florida 1985-1986
251 14 Extracurricular activities, Caputo and community response in Florida 1984-1986
251 15 Extracurricular activities, community response in other states 1985-1987
251 16 Extracurricular activities, community response in other states 1987-1988
251 17 Extracurricular activities, miscellaneous community response 1984-1989
251 18 Extracurricular activities, religious clubs and use of public school premises documents and correspondence 1973-1975
251 19 Extracurricular activities, Somer v. Hicksville School Union Free School District correspondence and court documents 1985-1986
251 20 Extracurricular activities, Perumal v. Saddleback Valley U.H.S.D. correspondence and court documents 1985
251 21 Extracurricular activities, Perumal v. Saddleback Valley U.H.S.D. case documents 1988-1989
251 22 Extracurricular activities, Mergens v. Board of Education of the Westside Community Schools case documents 1988
BoxFolderTitleDate
252 1 Proselytizing and religious activities on school premises at Highland Park Schools 1972-1973
252 2 Proselytizing and religious activities of Campus Crusade for Christ correspondence and photocopies 1972-1986
252 3 Proselytizing and missionary activities correspondence 1978-1985, 1992
252 4 Proselytizing and missionary activities correspondence 1982-1986
252 5 Use of public school premises correspondence, releases, and court documents 1949, 1957-1971
252 6 Use of public school premises, High Holiday services during school day correspondence 1951-1961
252 7 Use of public school premises correspondence, opinions, and reports 1952-1991
252 8 Use of public school premises after hours correspondence and court documents 1953, 1956-1979
252 9 Use of public school premises, rent of property and buildings correspondence, clippings, and court documents 1956-1985
252 10 Use of public school premises, Long memoranda and correspondence 1958
252 11 Use of public school premises correspondence 1958-1979
252 12 Use of church by public school 1959-1965, 1980, 1985, 1988
252 13 Use of public school premises, church and synagogue worship after hours correspondence and photocopies 1959-1983
252 14 Use of public school premises, Beth Jacob rental of public school rooms correspondence and clippings 1961-1963
252 15 Use of public school premises, Spring Valley School case correspondence 1966-1967
252 16 Use of public school premises, university facilities for religious worship correspondence and court documents 1966-1984
252 17 Use of public school premises, Trietly v. Board of Education of the City of Buffalo 1978-1979
252 18 Use of public school premises legislative bills, reports, memorandums, and studies 1979-1987
252 19 Use of public school premises correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1980-1990
252 20 Use of public school facilities at Saddleback Valley 1981-1983, 1994-1995
252 21 Use of public school premises after hours documents and correspondence 1983-1985
252 22 Use of public school premises correspondence and photocopies 1990, 1999-2001
252 23 Use of public school premises for religious activities decisions and documents 1992-1998
252 24 Bronx Household v. Board of Education of the City of New York 1997-2002
252 25 Ceniceros v. Board of Trustees of San Diego Unified School District decision 1998
252 26 Garnett v. Renton case photocopies and court documents 1992-1995
252 27 Gernetzke v. Kenosha Unified School District case photocopies 2001
252 28 Good News Club v. Milford Central School decision 2000
252 29 Lambs Chapel v. Center Moriches School District case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1992-1993
252 30 Prince v. Bethel School District correspondence 1998-1999
252 31 Prince v. Jacoby case correspondence and photocopies 1999-2002
252 32 York v. School District of Philadelphia case correspondence and decisions 1993-1995

Church and State - Federal Aid to Education (FAED), 1945-2002

BoxFolderTitleDate
253 1 General correspondence and releases 1945-1949
253 2 General clippings 1946-1948
253 3 Surveys on Federal Aid 1945-1947
253 4 General mimeographs and printed materials 1947-1949
253 5 General correspondence 1949
253 6 Religious News Services Releases 1949
253 7 “The Church Says No” Leo Pfeffer article and correspondence 1949
253 8 General clippings 1949
253 9 General correspondence 1950
253 10 General mimeographs, news releases, and printed materials 1950
253 11 General and Barden Bill clippings 1950
253 12 School Lunch Program correspondence and clippings 1950-1963, 1969-1982
253 13 General correspondence and clippings 1951
253 14 General correspondence and clippings 1952
253 15 General correspondence and clippings 1953
253 16 General correspondence 1954-1955
253 17 General mimeographs, publications, and clippings 1954-1956
253 18 General clippings 1956
253 19 General correspondence 1956-1957
253 20 General clippings 1958
253 21 General correspondence 1958-1959
253 22 General mimeographs and publications 1958-1959
253 23 General clippings 1959
253 24 General mimeographs and publications 1959-1960
253 25 General clippings 1960
253 26 General correspondence 1960-1961
253 27 General correspondence 1961
253 28 Statements to Congressional Committees 1961
253 29 General mimeographs and publications 1961
BoxFolderTitleDate
254 1 General mimeographs and publications March 1961
254 2 General mimeographs and publications March-April 1961
254 3 General mimeographs and publications June-December 1961
254 4 General clippings 1961
254 5 General clippings 1961
254 6 Statements to Senate Committees 1961-1963
254 7 General mimeographs, legislative bills, and publications 1962
254 8 Religious News Services Releases 1962
254 9 General correspondence 1962-1963
254 10 General clippings 1962-1964
254 11 General mimeographs and reports 1962-1967
254 12 General mimeographs and publications 1963
254 13 Religious News Services Releases 1963
254 14 General correspondence 1963-1966
254 15 General mimeographs, publications, and news releases 1964-1965
254 16 General clippings 1965-1968
254 17 General mimeographs, publications, and documents 1965, 1969-1970
254 18 Internal correspondence 1965-1969, 1974-1978
254 19 Surplus property correspondence 1966
BoxFolderTitleDate
255 1 General correspondence 1967-1968
255 2 Project Concern correspondence 1968-1971
255 3 General clippings 1968-1974
255 4 General correspondence 1969-1973
255 5 Religious News Services Releases 1969-1980
255 6 General request for information 1970-1971
255 7 General correspondence and clippings 1970-1978
255 8 General mimeographs, dockets, and publications 1971-1972
255 9 General mimeographs, dockets, and publications 1973-1981
255 10 General correspondence 1973-1979
255 11 General correspondence 1979-1986
255 12 Asbestos in the schools correspondence and clippings 1979-1989
255 13 Notre Dame Symposium remarks and correspondence 1980
255 14 General mimeographs, dockets, and publications 1982-1987
255 15 Valley Forge Christian College correspondence, photocopies, and notes 1983-1985
255 16 General mimeographs, dockets, and publications 1987-1990
255 17 Foreign aid to religious institutions 1987-1991
255 18 The Supreme Court and Public Funds for Religious Schools excerpt 1988
255 19 Aid to non-public schools correspondence and clippings 1997-2000
255 20 Legislative bills 1945-1948
255 21 Legislative bills 1949-1950
255 22 Barden Bill 1951
255 23 Legislative bills 1951
255 25 Legislative bills 1952, 1954-1956
BoxFolderTitleDate
256 1 Legislative bills 1953
256 2 Legislative bills 1957
256 3 Legislative bills 1958
256 4 Legislative bills 1959
256 5 Legislative bills 1959-1961
256 6 Legislative bills 1961-1964
256 7 Legislative bills 1963-1964, 1966-1967
256 8 Legislative bills 1965
256 9 Legislative bills 1965
256 10 Legislative bills 1966-1974
256 11 Legislative bills 1969-1972, 1982
256 12 Legislative bills 1969, 1973, 1978
256 13 Legislative material 1981-1984
256 14 Federal Tax Credit Bill 1996-1997
256 15 California Title I case correspondence and documents 1978-1980
256 16 Kentucky Title I case correspondence and documents 1974-1978
256 17 Government aid to church schools in Louisiana clippings and documents 1996-2000
256 18 Minnesota Title I case correspondence and legal documents 1977-1978
256 19 Missouri Title I case correspondence and legal documents 1977-1985
256 20 Aid to parochial schools in New York correspondence and photocopies 1996
256 21 Pennsylvania Title I case correspondence and documents 1965-1968, 1977-1978
256 22 Rhode Island Title I suits photocopies 1978
256 23 Title I aid to other states photocopies 1990-1998
256 24 Anti-Bias Riders mimeographs and other materials 1955-1956
BoxFolderTitleDate
257 1 Anti-Bias Riders correspondence 1955-1957
257 2 Anti-Bias Riders clippings 1955-1957
257 3 Chapter I (Post-Felton) reports and studies 1982-1990
257 4 Chapter I (Post-Felton) correspondence 1983, 1985-1986
257 5 Chapter I (Post-Felton) correspondence and FOIA requests 1984-1985
257 6 Chapter I (Post-Felton) instructional services correspondence 1985-1986
257 7 Chapter I (Post-Felton) correspondence and FOIA requests 1985-1986
257 8 Chapter I (Post-Felton) reports and studies 1985-1986
257 9 Chapter I (Post-Felton) clippings 1985-1988
257 10 Chapter I (Post-Felton) instructional services correspondence to principals May 1986
257 11 Chapter I (Post-Felton) instructional services analysis of matched/unmatched schools June 1986
257 12 Chapter I (Post-Felton) instructional services logistical analysis 1986
257 13 Chapter I (Post-Felton) reports and studies 1986-1989
257 14 Chapter I clippings and correspondence 1989-1995
257 15 Post-Aguilar correspondence and documents 1990-1997
257 16 Title I Aid to charter and private schools clippings and documents 1997-2002
257 17 Chapter II cases, reports, analyses 1981-1989
257 18 Chapter II correspondence 1983-1986
257 19 The Constitutionality of Inclusion of Church-Related Schools in Federal Aid to Education 1961
257 20 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, external correspondence 1965
BoxFolderTitleDate
258 1 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, external correspondence 1965
258 2 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, responses to American Jewish Congress position 1965
258 3 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Title II correspondence 1965-1967, 1973, 1977, 1985-1986
258 4 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, judicial review, correspondence, and clippings 1965-1968
258 5 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, external correspondence 1966-1969, 1971-1976
258 6 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Title IX Quie Amendment correspondence and court documents 1967-1969
258 7 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, magazine and journal articles 1965-1970, 1984
258 8 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 clippings 1965-1970
258 9 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Religious News Services Releases 1965-1979
258 10 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 press releases 1965-1980
258 11 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, non-American Jewish Congress testimony 1965
258 12 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Department of Education rulings 1965
258 13 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, American Jewish Congress position 1965-1966
258 14 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Joint Advisory Committee Bulletins 1965-1966
258 15 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, NJCRAC Bulletins 1965-1966
258 16 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Federal and local regulations 1965-1967
258 17 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, general case documents 1965-1967
258 18 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Title I analyses, guidelines, reports 1965-1967
258 19 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Attorneys General opinions 1965-1968
258 20 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Title I judicial review, congressional material, and testimony 1965-1968
258 21 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 conferences, speeches, and surveys 1965-1968
258 22 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 news releases 1965-1969
BoxFolderTitleDate
259 1 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 Congressional Hearings 1966
259 2 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, American Jewish Congress position 1966-1968
259 3 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 analyses, guidelines, and reports 1966-1970
259 4 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 conference reports and public laws 1966-1970, 1974, 1977
259 5 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 mimeographs, statements, and releases 1968-1977
259 6 “Public and Private Schools” by Coleman, Hoffer, and Kilgore March 1981
259 7 “Secular Purposes” by Andrew Koppelman 1999
259 8 Barrera v. Wheeler correspondence 1970
259 9 Barrera v. Wheeler dockets and court documents 1970-1971
259 10 Barrera v. Wheeler correspondence 1971-1973
259 11 Barrera v. Wheeler correspondence 1971, 1973, 1976
259 12 Barrera v. Wheeler printed briefs 1972-1973
259 13 Barrera v. Wheeler printed briefs 1972-1973
259 14 Barrera v. Wheeler court documents 1972-1976
259 15 Barrera v. Wheeler correspondence 1973-1977
259 16 Flast v. Gardner suit court documents 1965-1967
259 17 Flast v. Gardner suit mimeographs and court documents 1965-1967
259 18 Flast v. Gardner suit court documents 1965-1967, 1995
259 19 Flast v. Gardner suit correspondence 1966-1967
BoxFolderTitleDate
260 1 Flast v. Gardner suit court documents 1966-1967
260 2 Flast v. Gardner suit court, white memorandum on jurisdiction and court documents 1966-1967
260 3 Flast v. Gardner suit clippings 1966-1968
260 4 Flast v. Gardner suit court documents 1966-1968
260 5 Flast v. Gardner suit court documents 1966-1968
260 6 Flast v. Gardner suit correspondence 1967-1975
260 7 Flast v. Gardner suit court documents 1968
260 8 Lipscomb University v. Steele and Americans for Religious Liberty court documents 1995-1996
260 9 Committee for Public Education and Religious Liberty (PEARL) v. Department of Education court documents 1996
260 10 Polier et. al v. City of New York Title I suit mimeographs and court documents 1966-1967
260 11 Polier et. al v. City of New York Title I suit mimeographs and court documents 1966-1969
260 12 Polier et. al v. City of New York Title I suit court documents 1966-1970
260 13 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit mimeographs and publications 1967-1969
260 14 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1967-1970
260 15 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit correspondence 1968
260 16 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1968-1969
260 17 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit clippings 1968-1971
260 18 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit mimeographs and publications 1968-1971
260 19 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit correspondence 1969
260 20 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit depositions 1969
260 21 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1969
260 22 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1969
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261 1 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1969
261 2 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit depositions 1969
261 3 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1969-1970
261 4 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1969-1970
261 5 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1969-1970
261 6 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1970
261 7 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1970
261 8 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1970
261 9 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit correspondence 1970-1971
261 10 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit dockets and court documents 1970-1971
261 11 Tilton v. Finch Connecticut suit Supreme Court documents 1970-1971
261 12 Tilton v. Richardson Connecticut suit correspondence and photocopies 1971, 1993
261 13 Tipton v. University of Hawaii complaint 1991

Church and State - General Church and State Issues, 1946-2002

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261 14 General correspondence and clippings 1946-1948
261 15 Outremont, Canada correspondence and mimeographs 1946-1952
261 16 North College Hill, Cincinnati correspondence and clippings 1947
261 17 Protestants and other Americans United correspondence, clippings, and releases 1947-1949
261 18 Protestant-Jewish relations correspondence and releases 1948-1970
261 19 General correspondence and clippings 1949
261 20 General correspondence and clippings 1949
261 21 General mimeographs and releases 1949
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262 1 Religious News Service releases and clippings 1950
262 2 General correspondence 1950-1951
262 3 General mimeographs and printed materials 1950-1951
262 4 Religious News Service releases 1951
262 5 General correspondence, mimeographs, and printed materials 1951
262 6 General clippings 1951
262 7 General correspondence 1952
262 8 General mimeographs, printed materials, releases, and legislative bills 1952
262 9 General correspondence and mimeographs 1953
262 10 General mimeographs, publications, and releases 1953
262 11 General clippings 1953
262 12 General correspondence 1954
262 13 General mimeographs and publications 1954
262 14 General correspondence, mimeographs, and printed materials 1955
262 15 General mimeographs, printed materials, and correspondence 1956
262 16 General correspondence 1957
262 17 General mimeographs and publications 1957
262 18 General correspondence, printed materials, and clippings 1957, 1962-1964
262 19 General correspondence 1958
262 20 General mimeographs, publications, and legislative bills 1958
262 21 General correspondence 1959
262 22 General mimeographs, publications, and legislative bills 1959
262 23 General correspondence 1960
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263 1 General mimeographs, publications, and documents January-May 1960
263 2 General mimeographs, publications, and documents June-December 1960
263 3 General correspondence 1961
263 4 General mimeographs, publications, and legislative bills 1961
263 5 General mimeographs, publications, and clippings 1961-1962
263 6 Miscellaneous court correspondence and documents 1965-1973
263 7 Miscellaneous court correspondence and documents 1966
263 8 Litigation dockets correspondence, photocopies, and releases 1966-1978
263 9 General litigation correspondence 1968
263 10 General mimeographs, publications, and court documents 1969-1972
263 11 General mimeographs, publications, and court documents 1971-1986
263 12 General correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1977-1982
263 13 General correspondence, photocopies, and articles 1980-1985
263 14 General correspondence, publications, and notes 1981-1985
263 15 General reports, photocopies, and publications 1983-1988, 1992, 1999
263 16 General correspondence 1991-1998
263 17 Atheists’ right to radio time mimeographs and clippings 1948-1952, 1963
263 18 Christian amendments and legislation mimeographs, publications, releases, and bills 1953-1966
263 19 “Church and State: Something Less than Separation” distribution requests and correspondence 1951-1952
263 20 “Church and State: Something Less than Separation” distribution requests and correspondence 1951-1954
263 21 Church and state conferences correspondence 1983-1985
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264 1 Church and state conferences correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1983-1986
264 2 Church and state issues outside the United States mimeographs and releases 1948-1981
264 3 Church and state issues outside the United States correspondence and photocopies 1995-2002
264 4 Church and state issues outside the United States, “Church State System of Germany after Reunification” by Jurgen Warnke 1997
264 5 Congress Weekly issue on church and state correspondence, releases, and Publications 1951-1952
264 6 Crestwood v. Doe case and Italian Mass in Village photocopies and court documents 1990-1991
264 7 Driving ability and questions on religion correspondence 1958
264 8 Establishment Clause correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1981-1984
264 9 Flag and ‘Under God’ mimeographs, clippings, and publications 1953-1966, 1985
264 10 Flag and ‘Under God’ addition to Pledge of Allegiance correspondence 1954-1970
264 11 Flag and ‘Under God’ mimeographs, clippings, and bills 1954-1985
264 12 Freethinkers of America correspondence and clippings 1951-1964
264 13 Hebrew Scrolls mimeographs, publications, and bills 1955-1958, 1977, 1983-1984
264 14 Hofer v. Wollman/Lakeside Colony of Hutterian Brethren correspondence and court documents 1997-1999
264 15 “In God We Trust” motto mimeographs, correspondence, and documents 1953-1970
264 16 “In Good Faith: A Dialogue on Government Funding of Faith-Based Social Services” 2001
264 17 Invidious discrimination court documents and releases 1978-1979
264 18 Jehovah’s Witness correspondence, clippings, and releases 1951-1980
264 19 Larkin v. Grendel’s Den, Inc. case correspondence, photocopies, and court documents 1981-1982
264 20 Larkin v. Grendel’s Den, Inc. court documents 1981-1982
264 21 Lectures on Bishop Marling correspondence 1953
264 22 Legislative round-up correspondence and working papers 1968-1969
264 23 Legislative round-up correspondence and requests for information 1969-1971
264 24 Legislative round-up correspondence and working papers 1969-1971
264 25 Legislative round-up mimeographs 1969-1971
264 26 Legislative round-up bills and working papers 1969-1971
264 27 Legislative round-up correspondence 1969-1972
264 28 Lutherans correspondence, clippings, and releases 1963-1970
264 29 March for Jesus Day correspondence and photocopies 1995
264 30 Mergers of churches mimeographs and clippings 1950-1953
264 31 Methodists mimeographs and publications 1958-1968
264 32 Methodists correspondence 1958-1969
264 33 Mormons and the Church of the Latter-Day Saints correspondence, photocopies and releases 1975, 1980-1997
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265 1 The Nation ban magazine articles and clippings 1947-1949
265 2 The Nation ban clippings 1948-1949
265 3 The Nation ban correspondence and mimeographs 1948-1949
265 4 The Nation ban correspondence, mimeographs, and court documents 1949-1950
265 5 The Nation ban correspondence and mimeographs 1949-1950, 1963
265 6 National Study Conference on Church and State correspondence, clippings, and reports 1964
265 7 National Study Conference on Church and State reports 1964
265 8 Non-government sector clippings 1971, 1979
265 9 Peace Corps correspondence and clippings 1960-1965
265 10 Leo Pfeffer and Israel trips correspondence and releases 1960-1962
265 11 Leo Pfeffer Philadelphia and St. Louis trips correspondence 1956-1957
265 12 Prayer at public and legislative meetings correspondence, releases, and court documents 1974-1987, 1994
265 13 Prayer in public life correspondence and photocopies 1991, 1998-2002
265 14 Presbyterians correspondence, reports, and mimeographs 1957-1961
265 15 Presbyterians correspondence, clippings, and releases 1962-1979
265 16 Presbyterian Church case correspondence and court documents 1970-1972
265 17 Privatization correspondence and reports 1983-1986
265 18 Protestants and other Americans United releases and correspondence 1949
265 19 Protestants and other Americans United correspondence and releases 1950
265 20 Protestants and other Americans United correspondence, releases, and clippings 1951-1955
265 21 Protestants and other Americans United correspondence, mimeographs, and clippings 1956-1959, 1968
265 22 Protestants and other Americans United mimeographs and publications 1960-1982
265 23 Protestants and other Americans United correspondence 1960-1985
265 24 Puerto Rico releases and clippings 1950-1978
265 25 Religion and sentencing court documents 1991, 1998
265 26 Religion in America reports and publications 1988-1996
265 27 Religion in America correspondence, photocopies, and clippings 1989-1996
265 28 Religion in America correspondence and photocopies 1997-2002
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266 1 Religious persecution outside the United States correspondence and photocopies 1994-1999
266 2 Religious persecution outside the United States photocopies 1997-1999
266 3 Religious persecution outside the United States correspondence, photocopies, and legislative material 1997-2001
266 4 Rutherford Institute correspondence and photocopies 1998
266 5 Separation of church and state photocopies, publications, and court documents 1989-2002
266 6 Talmud quotation case correspondence and court documents 1979-1980
266 7 United States Catholic Conference analyses and reports 1979-1980, 1990
266 8 United States Catholic Conference correspondence 1980
266 9 United Way correspondence and clippings 1980
266 10 Victories correspondence, releases, and documents 1958-1961
266 11 White House Conference on Children and Youth correspondence, mimeographs, and publications 1950-1960
266 12 White House Conference on Children and Youth mimeographs, publications, and clippings 1950-1968
266 13 White House Conference on Families correspondence, releases, and clippings 1978-1980
266 14 Williamsburg Charter Foundation correspondence, publications, and photocopies 1988-1989
266 15 Williamsburg Charter Foundation correspondence and photocopies 1988-1989

Church and State - Get, Gitten (Jewish Marriage and Divorce), 1954-1955, 1979-2002

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267 1 General correspondence and photocopies 1973, 1992-1996
267 2 General photocopies, reports, and court documents 1980-1992
267 3 General magazine and journal articles 1983-1997, 2000
267 4 General correspondence, photocopies, and reports 1992-2000
267 5 General correspondence, photocopies, and surveys 2000-2003
267 6 Agunot correspondence, releases, and photocopies 1993-2000
267 7 Get legislation and Agudath Israel correspondence, photocopies, and legislative material 1991-1996
267 8 Get legislation correspondence 1992-1993
267 9 Get legislation correspondence, articles, and clippings 1992-1995
267 10 Get legislation correspondence, articles, and photocopies 1996-2002
267 11 Gitten and ketubah clippings and photocopies 1979-1989
267 12 Gitten articles and clippings 1981-1989
267 13 Gitten case and decisions correspondence, court documents, and photocopies 1983-1993
267 14 Jacob memorandum on the Domestic Relations Law 1993
267 15 Ketubah mimeographs, publications, and correspondence 1954-1955
267 16 Ketubah mimeographs, publications, and correspondence 1979-1990
267 17 Ketubah correspondence, photocopies, and drafts 1983-2000
267 18 National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council subcommittee correspondence 1983-1984
267 19 Prenuptial Legal Taskforce correspondence and drafts 1993-2002
267 20 Prenuptial Legal Taskforce correspondence and drafts 1996-1999
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268 1 Prenuptial Legal Taskforce correspondence and drafts 1999-2002
268 2 Prenuptial Legal Taskforce correspondence and drafts 2000-2003
268 3 Rabbinical Council of America correspondence, photocopies, and publications 1979-1990
268 4 Silver legislation correspondence and bills 1983
268 5 California gitten photocopies and court documents 1984-1999
268 6 Connecticut gitten research photocopies 1981-1984
268 7 Connecticut gitten photocopies and court documents 1983-1989
268 8 New Jersey gitten photocopies and court documents 1983-1984
268 9 New York gitten correspondence and analyses 1981-1994
268 10 New York gitten correspondence and photocopies 1991-1993
268 11 Pennsylvania gitten correspondence and legislative material 1983-1984
268 12 Avitzur v. Avitzur case clippings and court documents 1982-1983
268 13 Avitzur v. Avitzur case correspondence and court documents 1982-1983
268 14 Becher v. Becher case correspondence and court documents 1993-1997
268 15 Fridman v. Fridman court documents and photocopies 1981-1987
268 16 Goldman v. Goldman case correspondence and court documents 1980, 1989-1992
268 17 Gotlib v. Gotlib court documents 1993
268 18 Holczer v. Holczer photocopies and court documents 1984-1985
268 19 Perl v. Perl court documents 1983
268 20 Shragai v. Shragai court documents 1987-1988
268 21 Weiss v. Weiss court documents, reports, and photocopies 1983-1989
268 22 Weisshaus v. Gangl case correspondence and court documents 1989-1992

Church and State - Interfaith Partnerships, 1994, 1997-2002