United Jewish Appeal-Federation of New York Collection
Subgroup V: Oral History Project, undated, 1943, 1955, 1962, 1965-2004 (bulk 1981-2004)
 
*I-433

Processed by Susan Woodland, Eric Fritzler, Vital Zajka, and Marvin Rusinek

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Machine-readable finding aid created by Susan Woodland as MS Word document, February 3, 2012. Finding aid was encoded by Marvin Rusinek on February 28, 2012. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: United Jewish Appeal-Federation of New York
Title: United Jewish Appeal-Federation of New York Collection, Subgroup V: Oral History Project
Dates:undated, 1943, 1955, 1962, 1965-2004
Abstract: Includes over 200 taped oral history interviews, written transcripts, and corresponding microfiche that were performed by historians at the United Jewish Appeal, Federation of New York. The Oral History Project began in 1981 to record the experiences of those who influenced or were influenced by the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York. The oral histories encompass the Federation’s early history beginning in 1917 through its merger with the United Jewish Appeal in 1986 to the present. Memoirs concern interviewee’s biographical background and organizational involvements, providing insight into personal motivations, attitudes, Jewish history in New York, and American and Jewish social organizations. Occupations of interviewees include accountants, attorneys, artists, civic leaders, congressmen, editors, executives, fundraising professionals, historians, physicians, rabbis, radio/TV producers, realtors, social workers, and volunteers. Detailed catalogs listing individuals interviewed and interview summaries, published by the UJA Federation of New York, are available in Box 1 of the collection.
Languages: The collection is in English.
Quantity: 24 linear feet (24 bankers boxes)
Identification: I-433
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
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Historical Note

UJA-Federation of New York's Oral History Project was started in 1981 by the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York. Upon the merger in 1986 of Federation with UJA, the project was continued under the auspices of UJA-Federation of New York. The project was modeled on the oral history programs at other organizations, and in consultation with the William E. Wiener Oral History Library at the American Jewish Committee. It eventually grew to include over 200 oral histories, many shared with the oral history programs of other Jewish organizations because of overlapping histories, donors and leaders, and to encourage wider access to these materials. Affiliations in addition to the American Jewish Committee include the oral history programs at the Jewish Museum, the 92nd Street Y and the New York Association for New Americans (NYANA).

According to the most recently published catalog, "The Oral History Collection 2001", the purpose of the project was "to record the history of this organization through taped memoirs of volunteer and professional leaders whose lives influenced and were influenced by UJA-Federation." The project documented the American Jewish experience in the field of Jewish communal work in general and, in particular, gave an historical perspective on the activities of UJA-Federation and its agencies in the United States and in Israel.

Many of those interviewed were involved in the work of more than one of these agencies, or in other Jewish organizations in New York, creating a complex web of leadership throughout the organized New York Jewish community. The interviews describe activities, events, attitudes, motivation and emotional involvement in Jewish communal life over more than 60 years, encompassing a considerable part of the 20th century.

The tapes were transcribed verbatim in typewritten form, and the transcripts were sent for review to the interviewees. The approved copy was kept as an official transcript of the Oral History Project and was made available (sometimes upon certain conditions) for researchers and the general public.

Volunteer leadership and professional staff were recruited and interviewed, some repeatedly, until their stories were captured more completely. Interviews were generally conducted after active involvement had ended, when perspective on their contributions would have been possible. Interviewers were hand-picked and carefully trained to master the technical issues of recording an oral history, as well as learning how to competently plan and direct an interview. As Nicki Tanner, the chair of the Oral History Project, worded it in her correspondence, she sought interviewers who could be "active listeners". Interviews were carefully edited and rights authorizations and releases were carefully sought and tracked.

Updated catalogs were published regularly through 2001. The Oral History Project was active until 2004.

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Scope and Content Note

The Oral History Project series includes primarily the sound recordings and typed transcripts of the interviews conducted as part of the Oral History Project. For preservation reasons as well as to increase access, both the sound recordings and transcripts have been digitized during the processing of this collection. When allowed by copyright, the digital version is accessible by clicking through from this finding aid; if only the paper transcript is available because of access restrictions, that is indicated in the finding aid as well.

A typical interview transcript includes the date(s) of the interview, the names of both interviewee and interviewer, the authority under which the project was implemented (FJP or AJC, for example) a photograph of the interviewee and a signed release form. The interview generally includes a chronological narrative prompted by interviewer's questions, from the early life and family to the current activities of an interviewee. The topics covered by the interviews include a wide range of events and experiences, from pre-World War I schools in New York and the deprivations of the Great Depression to activities during World War II, the post-war flourishing of Jewish communal organizations in New York, and the Soviet Jewish immigration to the United States and Israel in the 1980s and 1990s.

Also included in the series are the administrative files for the project, separated into two Sub-Subseries: Subject Files, the administrative files for the project office including the files of Nicki Tanner, chair of the project; and Work Files, one for each interviewee as well as for people where interviews were planned but did not ultimately take place. The Subject files include information on the origins of the program, the search for and training of interviewers, and the search for the right people to interview. An enormous amount of time and energy was spent on the pursuit of signed releases, preferably without restrictions, and edited transcripts, and this is reflected in the Subject files. Work files differ by interviewee, but may contain correspondence, first drafts of transcripts, edited transcripts and signed releases.

Included among the interviews are some from affiliated oral history collections, among which transcripts were shared. This shared material includes transcripts, and in some cases cassette tapes, of interviews conducted by these outside organizations. Access to this material has been determined according to the specific interview restrictions and the existence of signed release forms. Please note the following:

American Jewish Committee (AJC) interviews in the collection are in all cases in addition to UJA-Federation interviews of the same leaders; the AJC transcripts have been retained in the paper files but are not available digitally. The full AJC oral history collection was transferred in 1990 to the New York Public Library, and should be available through www.nypl.org. The 11 AJC interviewees are: Nathan C. Belth, Irma Bloomingdale, Elinor Guggenheimer, Dr. Maurice B. Hexter, Joseph Hofheimer, Joan L. Jacobson, Frederick P. Rose, Theodore H. Silbert, Judge Caroline K. Simon, Dr. John Slawson and Laurence A. Tisch.

NYANA interviews for Geoffrey Chin, Pauline Falk, Sylvia Friedman and Gary Zucker, in some cases interviews conducted under the auspices of both NYANA and UJA-Federation, are available in digital form.

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Arrangement

Subgroup V: Oral History Project is arranged into three series.

Series 1: Administration is arranged into two Subseries. Subseries a: Subject Files contains information on the background of the project, affiliations with related oral history programs at other organizations including the sharing of interviews and transcripts, selection and training of interviewers, selection of interviewees and releases from both the interviewers and the interviewees. This Subseries is arranged alphabetically by subject. Subseries b: Work Files contains the administrative files for each of the interviewees - correspondence, edited and unedited transcripts, and some restriction information. Some Work files exist where interviews were planned but never occurred. This Subseries is arranged alphabetically by last name of interviewee.

Series 2: Transcripts are the edited paper copies of the interviews. Housed with most of the transcripts are photographs of the interviewees as well as the release with permission to make available, and in some cases back-up documentation to enhance the information contained within the transcript. This Series is arranged alphabetically by last name of interviewee.

Series 3: Audio-Visual and other formats is arranged into 2 Subseries. Subseries a: Microfiche, contains microfiche for most of the interviews considered "open" in 2001, and is retained off-site as a preservation format (i.e. not for access) only. Subseries b: Cassettes contains the original cassette sound recordings of the interviews, also retained as a preservation format only. This Series is arranged alphabetically by last name of interviewee.

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

Nicki Newman Tanner, the Chairman of the Oral History Project, worked diligently with interviewers and interviewees to create an edited transcript from a recorded oral history and then acquire a written release for the edited transcript from the participants. Permission and access to the digitized version of the oral histories and transcripts is based on Tanner's ability to coordinate the editing of the transcript of the oral histories and acquire the release from the participants.

A vast majority of the digitized audio recordings and transcripts are available online. As with any of American Jewish Historical Society's archival material, users must apply in writing for permission to quote, reproduce or otherwise publish manuscript materials found in this collection. However, in some cases, limitations on access to the digitized versions of a few specific oral histories or transcripts are more stringent and users should pay special attention to these restrictions when seeking permission to cite or publish excerpts of the interviews. Moreover, where there is no audio recording available or the recording is restricted, users are invited to view the transcript in the Reading Room of the Center for Jewish History.

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.

Given the size of the archival collection, a significant portion of the collection is being housed at an off-site storage location, within a climate and humidity controlled environment. Please be advised that you will need to request this material at least 2 business days in advance to use the collection in the Lillian Goldman Reading Room. For further information and to make an appointment to use this collection, please email reference@ajhs.org. Please note that oversized materials are currently stored in-house, should files you request point to an oversized box; these materials do not need to be requested before your visit.

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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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); United Jewish Appeal-Federation of New York Collection, Subgroup V: Oral History Project; I-433; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, Boston, MA and New York, NY.

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Processing Information

A set of the UJA-Federation oral history transcripts and cassette tapes considered "open" in 2004 were transferred at that time to the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS). In 2011 the remaining oral history materials were transferred to AJHS as part of a larger transfer of UJA-Federation of New York archival materials; these 2 oral history collections have been integrated and the results of this integration and the digitization from 2011-2012 described in the Scope and Content note are reflected in the description here of this series.

The goal was to make as many interviews as possible available digitally, in the hope that these valuable stories would reach a wider audience, both scholarly and general interest; the interviews should prove of interest to family historians as well. All sound recordings and transcripts have been digitized for preservation purposes, with only those without release restrictions being made available online. Other interviews may be read in person at the Center for Jewish History.

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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 1: Administration, 1980-2004

Subseries a: Subject Files, undated, 1970-2004

Boxes 1-2.
Arrangement:

See Collection Arrangement Note.

Scope and Content:

See Collection Scope and Content Note.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 Affiliations, 92nd Street Y 1988-2004
1 Affiliations, American Jewish Committee undated, 1970-1980
1 Affiliations, American Jewish Committee, correspondence 1980-1983
1 Affiliations, American Jewish Historical Society 1988-2000
1 Affiliations, American Jewish Historical Society, transfer of additional materials to AJHS 2003-2004
1 Affiliations, Jewish Museum, correspondence 1989-1999
1 Affiliations, Jewish Museum, interviewee information undated, 1990-1995
1 Affiliations, Jewish Museum undated, 1989-1992
1 Affiliations, Jewish Women's Archive (jwa.org) 2001
1 Affiliations, Yeshiva University Museum, UJA's Garment Center Division 1998-2000
1 Anniversary, 10th Year Celebration 1991-1992
1 Anniversary, 13 Year Celebration 1995
1 Catalogs 1983, 1985, 1988, 1993
1 Catalogs 1998, 2001
1 Catalogs, correspondence 1983-1998
1 Catalogs, correspondence 2000-2002
1 Chairman's files, correspondence re: releases, permissions 1996-2003
1 Chairman's files, "In Progress Interviews" 1981-1992
1 Chairman's files, meeting agendas and notes 1981-1984
1 Chairman's files, talks and presentations 1984-1987
1 Chairman's files, 10th and 13th anniversaries 1987-1999
1 Chairman's files, "Working Process: Samples" undated
1 Committees, advisory committee 1990-1994
1 Committees, advisory committee 2000
1 Committees, advisory committee, correspondence 1981-1990
1 Committees, advisory committee, meetings undated, 1982-1984
1 Committees, advisory committee, members 1982-1984
1 Correspondence 1981-1985
1 Correspondence, miscellaneous 1995-2000
1 Expenses 1981-1995
1 History, project set-up 1981
1 Interview Tracking 1982-1990
1 Interviewees, prospects 1985-1993
1 Interviewees, prospects 1993-1999
1 Interviewees, prospects 1993-2002
1 Interviewees, prospects 1995-2001
1 Interviewees, release and permission blank forms undated, 1981
1 Interviewees, releases and permissions, transfer of materials to the American Jewish Historical Society 2003-2004
1 Interviewees, releases and permissions, Batkin project in Westchester 1991
1 Interviewees, releases and permissions, Levy request to copy transcripts 1991
1 Interviewees and Interviewers, releases and permissions, Ancell - Leff 1981-1999
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 Interviewees and Interviewers, releases and permissions, Levin - Wyler 1981-2001
2 Interviewers, biographical information undated, 1981
2 Interviewers, correspondence 1996-1998
2 Interviewers, guidelines, outlines by industry undated
2 Interviewers, guidelines, packets undated, c1998
2 Interviewers, recruitment 1981-1983
2 Interviewers, releases 2003
2 Interviewers, training, articles undated, 1979
2 Interviewers, training, correspondence 1981
2 Interviewers, training, guidelines undated, 1981
2 Interviewers, training, sessions 1981-1985
2 Meetings, meeting notes 1982-1984
2 Meetings 1985-1986
2 Meetings 1989
2 Meetings, program material (re: merger) 1994
2 Newsclippings undated, 1981-1982
2 Photographs, 10th year celebration 1991
2 Photographs, 13th year anniversary and other events undated, 1984-1995
2 Transcriptions and Transcribers 1994-2004

Work Files, Transcripts and Audiovisual Formats

Scope and Content:

Series 1: Administration/Subseries b: Work Files, undated, 1943, 1955, 1962, 1965-1969, 1971, 1973, 1976, 1980-2004
Series 2: Transcripts, 1977-1978, 1981-2004
Series 3: Audiovisual Formats, 1981-2004

Details for these Series and Subseries are combined in the container list below in order to simplify access to the digitized materials. The Box # on the left indicates the location of folders in the Work Files, Series 1/Subseries b. Specific dates on the right indicate the various dates of the interviews. Where the date appears as a year only, or a range of years (with no month or day), it is an indication that no interview took place, or an interview did not proceed to a completed transcript, and only the Work File exists. Where no paper file exists, the Box # on the left remains blank.

While most digitized oral histories have both audio files and a transcript available for research, several digitized oral histories have only audio files or a transcript available.

If a name listed below is not hyperlinked, there is either no digital copy of the oral history, or the digital files are not currently available to researchers for reasons of copyright. For information pertaining to these oral history interviews, please contact the American Jewish Historical Society at reference@ajhs.org.

BoxFolderTitleDate
3 Ancell, Nathan S. 1985 January 24
3 Appel, Edwin M. 1982 November
3 Arkin, Andrew 2000 May 15
3 Arnow, Robert 1999 April 29
3 Asch, Morton 1982 November 21
3 Askin, Seymour R. Jr. 1998 December 9
3 Ballon, Charles 1988 November 9
3 Batkin, Alan 1992 July 11, August 15
3 Baxt, Roland 1983 October 21; 1984 May 2
3 Beatman, Frances L. 1982 January 22
3 Belth, Nathan C. 1983 June 22, July 28
3 Berger, Ann 1987
3 Berger, Graenum 1982 January 21
3 Bernhard, Robert A. 1985 April 11
3 Bernheim, Elinor K. 1981 November 16
3 Bernstein, Bernard 1995 April 21
3 Birnbaum, Jacob 1986 December 10, 16
3 Bitensky, Samson 1999-2000
3 Bleier, Richard M. 1984 January 19, February 2
3 Block, Adele G. 1982 November 19, 22
3 Block, Leonard 1981 December 12; 1982 January 16
3 Bloomingdale, Irma 1977 April 14, 26; May 3, 5; 1981 November 19
3 Bluestein, Milton J. 1982 March 17, 31; 1984 March 11
3 Blum, Eleanor Louria 1984 March 11
3 Bravmann, Ludwig 1997 March 4
3 Brodsky, Irving 1982 February 22, March 31
3 Brown, Himan 1982 February 19, 22
3 Buttenwieser, Benjamin in conversation with Solender, Sanford 1982 May 12
3 Buttenwieser, Helen L. 1982 February 18
3 Buttenwieser, Lawrence B. 1981 November 24; 1982 January 27; 1985 March 13
3 Caplan, David R. 1999 October 26, 29
3 Cauman, Rebecca 1983 May 16
BoxFolderTitleDate
4 Cherkasky, Dr. Martin 1982 February 8
4 Chinn, Geoffrey 1995 February 14
4 Coffey, Phyllis 1986 October 26, November 5
4 Cohen, Bryn 2001
4 Cohen, Joan 1989 April 27
4 Colin, Cynthia Green 1985 January 23, February 27
4 Cowett, Wilbur 1997 April 29
4 Cruikshank, Virginia 1993 May 5
4 Crystal, Richard 1995 June 20, July 11
4 Cullman, Susan L. 1982 June 4
4 Dammann, Marjorie S. 1982 November 1, 1983 March 3
4 Dane, Maxwell 1984 April 19; 1987 April 16
4 Deitch, Morton L. 1982 June 9
4 Derecktor, Lilian 1991 October 13
4 Deutsch, Marjorie 1993
4 Dominitz, Yehuda 1997 February 3
4 Donshik, Stephen G. 1997 February 17
4 Drook, Helen 1999 August 3
4 Durst, David 1986 May 6; 1992 January 23; 1995 May 6
4 Falk, Myron S. Jr. 1984 February 2, 3
4 Falk, Pauline 1992-1993
4 Feldstein, Donald 1983 January 14, 18
4 Fier, Andrew L. 1986-1987, 1991-1992
4 Finn, David 1990 February 13, June 5
4 Fisher, Janet C. 1990 May 30
4 Fogelson, Gertrude E. 1991 July 3
4 Freeman, John L. 1985 January 22
4 Freeman, Melvin 1987 July 28
4 Friedman, Phillip A. 1991 February 13; April 3; May 2, 30; September 13
4 Friedman, Sylvia 1994 March 24
4 Friendly, Judge Henry J. 1984 January 12
4 Froelich, Mary S. 1981; 1984 January 23
4 Fuld, James J. 1983 March 6
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 Galperin, Misha 1999 August 5
5 Gantz, Patricia 1986 September 8
5 Garson, Arthur 1982 February 25
5 Ginsberg, Calmon J. 1988 November 9
5 Gladstein, Matthew L. 2000 February 9
5 Glick, Carl 1989 August 30, October 31
5 Gold, Billie K. 1995 March 31
5 Golden, Wiliam T. 1989 June 29
5 Goldfarb, Eugene 2000
5 Goldsmith, Jerome M. 1982 December 23, 1983 April 15
5 Goldsmith, Penny 1985 December 17
5 Goldsmith, Richard 1982 February 3
5 Goodman, Naomi 1994 March 29
5 Goodman, Susan 1995 September 28
5 Goro, Roberta 2000
5 Grant, Eugene M. 1985 October 9, 29
5 Green, S. William 1984 February 15
5 Greene, Gwen M. 2002 August 1
5 Greenspan, Phyllis 1995 February 8
5 Greilsheimer, Louise B. 1998 October 6, 27; November 18, December 15; 1999 February 16
5 Gruss, Joseph 1982 October 14
5 Guggenheimer, Elinor 1981 November 24
5 Gurwin, Joseph 1991 July 9, September 24; 1998 July 13
5 Haber, Perry 1996 April 25
5 Halperin, Ilan C. 1997 February 18
5 Hartman, May W. 1985 June 6
5 Hausman, Samuel 1989 May 16, 23; July 18
5 Heimerdinger, Jane R. 1981 December 2, 7
5 Heller, Laurie 1997 February 4
5 Hershman, Mendes 1982 July 12
5 Hexter, Dr. Maurice B. 1981 November 3, 9, 16, 30
5 Heyman, George H. Jr. 1982 January 12, 21; February 4; March 14
5 Hirsch, Hortense M. 1981 October 14
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 Hirshbein, Omus 1993 February 18, March 31, May 12, October 22
6 Hochberg, Irwin 1998 November 17; 1999 January 12, April 19, May 3
6 Hofheimer, Joseph 1982 February 9, March 29; 1983 August 30
6 Hofstein, Saul 1983 June 29, July 6
6 Hollander, Anna 1982 July 7
6 Horowitz, Gedale, B. 1997 February 21
6 Hyman, Morton 1997 January 30
6 Israel, Justin 2000 March 23
6 Jacobson, Joan L. 1986 May 5
6 Jaffe, Alan S. 1995 September 28, November 14, December 7; 1996 January 11, February 15, March 12
6 Jaffin, George M. 1985 January 22
6 Jesselson, Erica 1997 March 20
6 Kahan, Adam B. 1997 December 15; 1998 January 5, February 3, May 6, August 14
6 Kahn, William 1984 October 3, 4, 22; 1986 April 1, 12
6 Kampf, Abraham S. 1990 July 24
6 Kanof, Abram 1990 November 19, 1992 May 26
6 Kase, Harold M. 1982 April 28; May 3, 12, 24
6 Katz, Karl 1997 January 7
6 Kempner, Margaret Loeb 1981 August 25, 27
6 Kerdimun, Boris 1999 July 19
6 Kessel, Morris 1994 February 22, June 7
6 Kimberg, Bernard 1996 February 27, 28
6 Klau, Sadie 1983 January 11
6 Klingenstein, Frederick A. 1986 March 3; 1988 June 14; 1998 July 30
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 Kobrin, Lawrence A. 1985 August 1, October 17, November 21
7 Kohn, Henry 1991 May 23, June 7, October 11
7 Kornreich, Morton A. 1996 January 23
7 Kreech, Florence 1981 December 28; 1982 January 5
7 Kriegel, Jay L. 1983 January 12, June 1
7 Kronish, Herbert 1998
7 Kubie, Amy L. 1984 January 13
7 Lanzkowsky, Phillip 1998 April 22, May 21
7 Leff, Carl 1983 October 21, November 1
7 Leff, Joseph 2000 May 24
7 Levin, Betty 1991 November 18
7 Levy, Reynold 1985 August 21; 1986 January 10, February 28
7 Lewis, Dale 1997 November 10
7 Lieberman, Rachel R. ("Ricki") 1991 May 9, 14; October 24
7 Linder, May L. 1984 March 5
7 List, Vera 1990 March 27
7 Litt, Solomon 1982 October 27
7 Loeb, Frances L. ("Peter") 1983 April 13, May 23
7 Loeb, Henry 1983 April 20
7 Loeb, John H. 1982, 1984, 1997
7 Looker, Charles 1984 May 1
7 Lookstein, Haskel 1990 April 12; 1993 May 24
7 Lowell, Lee 2000 May 31, September 11
7 Lowell, Stanley H. 1993 November 6, 1995 March 30
7 Lowenstein, Nathan 1983 May 13
7 Magaliff, Gail 1988 July 19, 26; August 16
7 Mancher, Harry R. 1981 November 19, December 2
7 Margulies, Fred 1998 July 8
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 Mark, Jerome 1987 December 16; 1994 October 18
8 Marshall, Eva Levy 1984 December 4
8 Marx, Lawrence Jr. 1984 April 23
8 Maryles, Matthew J. 1996 May 16, June 17
8 May, Peter W. 1996 September 18
8 Meltzer, Asher 1982 September 23
8 Mendelsohn, Walter M. 1982 May 11
8 Michel, Ernest W. 1986 March 18, April 7, June 9, July 21
8 Miller, Alfred P. 1984 April 10, 24
8 Miller, Walter A. 1983 November 2
8 Moses, Lucy G. 1981 September 15
8 Nadel, Jack 1980 February 11, 14
8 Nash, Tanya 1982 June 28
8 Nathan, Frederic S. 1985 January 15
8 Nathanson, Minnie 1981 November 2
8 Newman, Robert G. 1996 December 3
8 Offit, Morris W. 1997 January 9, March 5
8 Osterweis, Steven 1991 December 11; 1992 July 30
8 Payson, Martin D. 1994 June 14, November 2; 1995 March 16
8 Pearce, Sally 1991 January 9, February 7
8 Peck, Judith Stern 2003 August 5, August 13
8 Peck, Stephen M. 1998 July 23
8 Peters, Murray 1982 January 8
8 Pollack, Lester 1998 February 19, August 29
8 Pomerantz, John J. 2000 May 3
8 Pomerantz, Laura 2000
8 Popper, Helen 1987 May 22
8 Popper, Robert L. 1995 June 19
8 Propp, Mortimer 1997 November 13, 17, 24, 30; December 5, 13, 20
8 Rabinowitz, Oscar 1989 June 21, July 17, October 25
8 Rackman, Emanuel 1985 September 19; 1986 March 10
8 Radinsky, Elizabeth K. 1982 November 4, 8
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 Ratner, Sheldon 2000 April 13
9 Rau, Robert 1982 February 2, 4
9 Ravitch, Richard 1986 October 15
9 Reznick, Svetlana 1999 August 4; 2000 July 26
9 Richman, Fred 1999-2000
9 Riklis, Meshulam 1989 October 23
9 Roberts, Doris 1982 March 10
9 Rodgers, Dorothy F. 1982 November 8, 1992 June 25
9 Rohmer, Leonard 1982 June 7, 14
9 Rose, Daniel 1994 May 12, June 13
9 Rose, Elihu 1995 November 10, December 11
9 Rose, Frederick P. 1981 November 3, December 1; 1982 January 5
9 Rosenbaum, Joan 1999 September 9, October 6
9 Rosenberg, Doris L. 1982 November 26, December 3
9 Rosenblatt, Gary 1995 December 28
9 Rosenthal, John P. 1992 January 17, June 19; 1993 December 17
9 Rothschild, Carola Warburg 1982 April 14
9 Rubenstein, Ernest 1996 May 22, 1999 March 18
9 Rubin, Judith O. 1992 April 21, July 8, August 12, December 30; 1993 March 18
9 Rubin, Robert E. 1984 December 15
9 Rudin, Lewis 1997
9 Ruskay, John S. 1988 February 29, March 15, December 8; 1989 June 1; 1999 July 7, September 23, November 30
9 Sacks, David G. 1988 May 6, July 18, August 4; 1992 December 2, 9
9 Salten, David 1983 November 22; 1984 October 9
9 Saphier, Michael 1984 November 19
9 Saxon, Hanna 1982 August 23, 24, 31; September 1
9 Scheuer, Richard J. 1995 July 7
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 Schiff, Alvin I. 1990 August 9; 1996 October 31, November 20, December 10, 17; 1997 January 6; February 5, 11, May 27
10 Schindler, Alexander M. 1990 June 12, October 9
10 Schneider, Irving 1985 January 10, 21
10 Schneiderman, Seymour 2000 February 10, August 22
10 Schwartz, Richard J. 2000 August 8
10 Seidel, Esther 1995 July 11, August 15
10 Selig, Martha K. 1982 February 9, 22; 1996 January 29, March 14
10 Shalom, Stephen 1986, 1998, 2003
10 Shapiro, Daniel S. 1986 November 6; 1987 February 2, 11, April 23
10 Shavitz, Selma 1990 May 29, June 11, July 11; 1991 March 12
10 Sher, Phyllis 1994 March 25
10 Sherman, Roslyn 1986 December 10
10 Shorofsky, Roanna 1994 July 25, December 19
10 Siegal, Vivian W. 1991 May 30, October 4
10 Siegel, Phyllis 1989 May 22
10 Sigrid, Bird 1984 October 31
10 Silberman, Samuel J. ("Buddy") 1982 November 3, December 6, 16
10 Silbert, Theodore H. 1983 September 14, November 10
10 Silver, Charles 1981, 1986
10 Silver, Stuart 1994 June 14, 28, August 2
10 Silverman, Morris ("Marty") 2001 October 3, 25
10 Silverstein, Larry 1997-1998
10 Simon, Judge Caroline K. 1984 February 9
10 Singer, Herbert 1983 January 21, March 16, April 5
10 Slawson, Dr. John 1981, August 12
10 Sloane, Harriet 1999 March 22, April 13, May 24, June 3
BoxFolderTitleDate
11 Smith, Barbara Herlands 1993 May 10
11 Smith, Robert I. 1982 January 5, February 9, March 3, 24, June 24
11 Sobeloff, Isidore 1985 March 5, 6
11 Sokoloff, Ansie 1990 August 30
11 Solender, Sanford 1982 June 2, 9, 22, 28; July 21; August 17, 31
11 Solender, Stephen 2001 June 13, August 15, September 11, November 28, December 19; 2002 January 16, September 17
11 Solinger, Janet W. 1993 May 10
11 Solomon, Aaron L. 1983 June 1
11 Solomon, Jeannette 2001 September 13
11 Solomon, Jeffrey R. 1997 June 25, July 8, August 12
11 Sosin, Gene 1995 January 3
11 Spitalny, Frank 1993 April 4
11 Stern, Susie K. 2004 March 15, June 17
11 Strauss, Burton M. 1983 November 23; 1984 May 16
11 Temkina, Marina 1999 August 5, September 22
11 Tenney, Judy E. 1995 April 18, 25, May 8
11 Tenzer, Herbert 1986
11 Thomases, Robert 1988 December 6
11 Tisch, Andrew H. 1993 June 22, July 29
11 Tisch, James S. 2002 January 9, February 19
11 Tisch, Laurence A. 1983, November 19
11 Tisch, Wilma ("Billie") 1983 November 14, 28, December 13, 19
11 Tishman, Alan V. 1983 February 23
11 Tishman, Margaret W. ("Peggy") 1982 January 5; 1989 August 1, 13, October 4; 1990 January 11; 1995 January 10
11 Tishman, Phyllis G. 1984 February 29, March 5
BoxFolderTitleDate
12 Tishman, Robert 1983
12 Trainin, Rabbi Isaac N. 1981 November 23, 30; 1995 January 10
12 Treitel, Esther 1994 August 30; 1995 February 13, October 30
12 Trommer, Sarah Sussman 1983 November 1
12 Trussell, Ray E. 1996 November 26
12 Ukeles, Dr. Jacob B. ("Jack") 1985 July 23, September 11, October 9
12 Ungerleider, Joy Gottesman 1989 December 19
12 Urbont, Carl 1987 February 10, 19, March 10, 17, 31
12 Usdan, John 1991
12 Vareljian, Lydia 1999 July 21
12 Varet, Elizabeth 1996, 1998
12 Waife, Mitchell M. 1996 July 30
12 Warach, Bernard 1983 December 19
12 Warburg, Edward M.M. 1982 March 30; 1983 January 3
12 Wasser, Adolph 1996 May 29, June 7, July 9
12 Weiler, Jack D. 1984 October 2, 15
12 Weinberg, James L. 1986 May 20, June 10; 1987 June 30, July 14; 1996 December 11
12 Weiser, Kenneth 1992 August 17, November 23
12 Whitehill, Jennie L. 1981 November 10
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