Guide to the Records of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (AJCOP), undated, 1950-1952, 1956, 1958, 1960, 1962-1963, 1965, 1968-1990 (bulk 1968-1990)
 
*I-290

Processed by Leslie S. Lundberg (March 1996), reprocessed by Rebecca S. Gordon (September 2007)

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Finding aid was encoded by Marvin Rusinek on May 28, 2009. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (AJCOP)
Title: Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (AJCOP), records
Dates:undated, 1950-1952, 1956, 1958, 1960, 1962-1963, 1965, 1968-1990 (bulk 1968-1990)
Abstract: The records of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (AJCOP) cover the years 1969 to 1990 (although there is less material for the fiscal year 1989/1990). Though the collection does not preserve the total volume of papers produced by AJCOP, it is valuable to researchers studying the Jewish Community Center movement, especially in the area of the growing professionalization of Jewish community work.
Languages: The collection is in English.
Quantity: 8.75 linear feet (17 manuscript boxes, 1 half manuscript box)
Identification: I-290
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
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Historical Note

Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (1969-)

The Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel is "an organization of professionals... engaged in areas of fund raising, endowments, budgeting, social planning, financing, administration and coordination of services. Its objectives are to develop and enhance professional practices in Jewish communal work; to maintain and improve standards, practices, scope and public understanding of the field of community organization, as practiced through local federations, national agencies, other organizations, settings, and private practitioners."1ProLog is its newsletter.

The National Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (NAJCOP) was formed in May 1969. In 1972, National was dropped from the title and the organization has been referred to as AJCOP ever since. In the beginning, AJCOP main focus was on personnel standards and practices. Later, its emphasis was on continuing education in regional meetings and professional development institutes at the Conference of Jewish Communal Service.

It is affiliated with the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service and works cooperatively with the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and members are associated with agencies such as HIAS, UJA, B'nai B'rith, and so forth. Membership is open to any professionally trained or experienced person engaged in community organization work in and for the Jewish community, its organizations and institutions-on a local, regional, or national level. Membership is also open to academicians engaged in the field, Jewish students preparing to enter the field; and retired professionals from Jewish community organizations.

Operating funds come from the payment of membership dues. These funds support the administration of the association, the implementation of the continuing education opportunities, annual and regional meetings, the renewing and recruiting of members, and production of its newsletter. A "Chaver Program" facilitates the support network of seasoned colleagues who lend time and expertise to novice community organization professionals. Retirees play a significant role in AJCOP's leadership, and carried out an Oral History Project in conjunction with the Council of Jewish Federations.2

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Scope and Content Note

The Records of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (AJCOP) cover the years 1969 to 1990 (although there is less material for the fiscal year 1989/1990). Though the collection does not preserve the total volume of papers produced by AJCOP, it is valuable to researchers studying the Jewish Community Center movement, especially in the area of the growing professionalization of Jewish community work.

The collection is arranged into the following twelve series:
Series I: History; Series II: Finance (Subseries A: Budget; Subseries B: Insurance; Subseries C: Taxes; Subseries D: Finance Committee; Subseries E: Administration); Series III: General Membership; Series IV: Membership Committee (Subseries A: Reports; Subseries B: Memoranda; Subseries C: Communication; Subseries D: Miscellaneous); Series V: Executive Director (Subseries A: Benjamin Mandelkorn; Subseries B: Howard Berger; Subseries C: Miscellaneous); Series VI: Library (Subseries A: Publications listed by Author; Subseries B: Publications for Inclusion; Subseries C: Publications by Title; Subseries D: Administration); Series VII: Publications (Subseries A: Publications; Subseries B: Operational); Series VIII: Board (Subseries A: Board of Directors, Board of Trustees; Sub-Subseries 1: Board Meetings; Sub-Subseries 2: Administrative; Sub-Subseries 3: Communication; Sub-Subseries 4: Miscellaneous; Subseries B: Executive Committee; Sub-Subseries 1: Board Meetings; Sub-Subseries 2: Administrative; Sub-Subseries 3: Communication; Subseries C: Leadership Board; Sub-Subseries 1: Board Meetings; Sub-Subseries 2: Administrative; Sub-Subseries 3: Communication); Series IX: General Meetings (Subseries A: Annual; Subseries B: Semi-Annual); Series X: Committees (Subseries A: Administrative; Subseries B: Academic Committee; Subseries C: Adjucation of Personnel Grievances Committee; Subseries D: Annual Dinner Committee; Subseries E: Assessment Committee; Subseries F: Awards Committee; Subseries G: Conference Committee; Subseries H: Ethic Committee; Subseries I: Human Resources Committee; Subseries J: Job Bank Committee; Subseries K: Long Range Planning Committee; Subseries L: New Sources of Funding Committee; Subseries M: Nominating Committee; Subseries N: Oral History Committee; Subseries O: Overseas Committee; Subseries P: Personnel Committee; Subseries Q: Professional Development Committee; Subseries R: Public Issues Committee; Subseries S: Publicity Committee; Subseries T: Recruitment Committee; Subseries U: Regional Committee; Subseries V: Retirement Committee; Subseries W: Soviet Jewry Committee; Subseries X: United States and Canada Relations Committee; Subseries Y: Women Committee); Series XI: Associations (Subseries A: Conference of Jewish Communal Service; Subseries B: Council of Jewish Federations; Subseries C: International Conference of Jewish Communal Service; Subseries D: World Conference of Jewish Communal Service); Series XII: Photographs.

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Arrangement

The collection is organized in twelve 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

Records of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds (located in NY) and the Association of Jewish Center Workers (located in Waltham, MA).

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (AJCOP), records; I-290; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, Boston, MA and New York, NY.

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Acquisition Information

The Records of the AJCOP include the years 1988-1990, please note however; that these dates are incomplete and the remainder of these years' records and later records are in the possession of the AJCOP. The records were surveyed by AJCOP President Ben Mandelkorn and transferred to the American Jewish Historical Society in 1995.

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Bibliography

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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, 1968-1983, 1987-1988

English.
Box 1, Folders 1-4.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

This series pertains to the creation and formation of the National Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel. Box 1, Folder 4 documents the development of the organization (presently known as the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel or AJCOP). By 1969, with support from both the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service and the United Jewish Fund and Council, the National Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel was formed with Benjamin M. Mandelkorn serving as President. According to the first constitution of the National Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel, this organization was created:

  • In order to further develop, enhance and strengthen the professional practice of community organization in Jewish communal work; and to promote and secure the professional status of those engaged in Jewish community organization; and to share in the responsibility for attracting and retaining people of the highest quality for the field; and to promote and advance further the level of professional standards and practices of those engaged in the field, and association for such purposes is here established.3

The first constitution and its numerous amendments are located Box 1, Folder 2. Box 1, Folder 3 holds revisions of the organization's constitutional bylaws. The materials in Box 1, Folder 1 relate to background information about the National Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel. Rules and regulations regarding the administration and operation of the organization along with two published histories can be found within this file. The 150-page historical overview of the organization written by member Bette Roth may be of particular interest to researchers.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 1 Background Information undated, 1987-1988
1 2 Constitution undated, 1969-1982
1 3 Development and Revisions of Constitution 1968-1970, 1979, 1981-1983
1 4 Formation and Growth of AJCOP 1968-1969
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Series II: Finance, undated, 1969-1974, 1976, 1978-1989

English.
Box 1, Folder 5-Box 2, Folder 5.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

This series is comprised of the financial documents for the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel. Included are accounting records, such as ledgers, journals and financial reports and statements, budgets, tax forms and correspondence with the Internal Revenue Service. Additionally, information pertaining to the Finance Committee, as well as general correspondence and documents concerning the overall finances of AJCOP, can be found within these files.

Subseries A: Budget, 1972-1973, 1978-1989

English.
Box 1, Folders 5-14.
Scope and Content:

Predominately, this subseries consists of Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (AJCOP)'s budget and expense spreadsheets. The first known budget and expense spreadsheet are held in Box 1, Folder 5. In Fiscal Year 1972-1973 the total approved budget was approximately $3,510.00 whereas the last budget and expense spreadsheet, for Fiscal Year 1989-1990 that is located in Box 1, Folder 14, lists the total approved budget at $91,000.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 5 Fiscal Year 1972 1972-1973
1 6 Fiscal Year 1978 1978-1979
1 7 Fiscal Year 1980 1980-1981
1 8 Fiscal Year 1981 1981-1982
1 9 Fiscal Year 1982 1982-1983
1 10 Fiscal Year 1984 1984-1985
1 11 Fiscal Year 1985 1985-1986
1 12 Fiscal Year 1986 1986-1987
1 13 Fiscal Year 1987 1987-1988
1 14 Fiscal Year 1988 1988-1989

Subseries B: Insurance, undated, 1979-1986

English.
Box 1, Folders 15-18.
Scope and Content:

Starting in 1979, the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (AJCOP) created an Insurance Committee to oversee member benefits. Starting in the mid 1980s, AJCOP investigated ways to provide insurance coverage for all members in good standing. Box 1, Folder 15 consists of a Year-Round Accident Plan and a Single Premium Deferred Annuity. The documents located in Box 1, Folder 16 hold the correspondence of this committee. Box 1, Folder 18 has the meeting minutes of the Insurance Committee while the annual reports of the committee are located in Box 1, Folder 17.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 15 Advising and Planning undated, 1984-1986
1 16 Committee Correspondence 1982-1985
1 17 Committee Reports 1979-1983
1 18 Meeting Minutes 1985

Subseries C: Taxes, 1973-1974, 1979-1986, 1988-1989

English.
Box 1, Folders 19-22.
Scope and Content:

From 1969 through 1995, the Association of Jewish Community Organizational Personnel (AJCOP) was headquartered in Ohio. The article of incorporation registered in the state of Ohio along with other materials regarding the organization's taxes and tax status are contained in Box 1, Folder 19. The tax forms submitted on behalf of AJCOP to the Internal Revenue Service for the years 1974, 1979, 1980, 1983-1986 are located Box 1, Folder 20 and Box 1, Folder 21. The legal materials found in Box 1, Folder 22 relate to the 1989 revision of Ohio State taxation code concerning the solicitation of funds for charitable purposes and charitable sales promotion.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 19 Correspondence 1973, 1979-1982, 1985-1986, 1988-1989
1 20 Internal Revenue Service Forms 1974, 1979-1980, 1983-1986
1 21 Internal Revenue Service Forms 1974, 1979-1980, 1983-1986
1 22 Taxation Legislation 1988

Subseries D: Finance Committee, undated, 1969, 1980-1983, 1985-1986, 1988-1989

English.
Box 1, Folders 23-25.
Scope and Content:

The Finance Committee was established to oversee the financial stability and well being of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel. This committee is responsible for reviewing and making recommendations on the annual budget submitted by the organization's President as well as developing and recommending long-range financial objectives for the organization. Box 1, Folder 23 holds the correspondence between members of the Finance Committee. Box 1, Folder 24 contains the majority of the financial reports from the 1980s. Missing are the financial reports from 1983, 1984, 1986, and 1987. Miscellaneous reports and memorandum can be found in Box 1, Folder 25.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 23 Committee Correspondence undated, 1980-1983, 1985-1986
1 24 Committee Reports 1981-1982, 1985-1986, 1988-1989
1 25 Reports and Memoranda undated, 1969, 1981-1982

Subseries E: Administrative, 1969-1971, 1976, 1979-1989

English.
Box 2, Folders 1-5.
Scope and Content:

The files located in this subseries pertain to the financial administration of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel. Box 2, Folder 1 and Box 2, Folder 2 holds the organization's financial statements and income statements from 1971, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, and 1989. Missing are the statements from 1972 through 1978. Box 2, Folder 3 contains AJCOP's Article of Incorporation dated on November 12, 1969. The materials located in Box 2, Folder 4 pertain to AJCOP's August 1982 petition for the Charitable Trust Act of Ohio, which relates to nonprofit and religious organizations' tax exemption. In Mandelkorn's application for exemption, he describes the charitable purposes of AJCOP:

  • The organization, through its several committees, is engaged in various activities to enhance and strengthen the professional careers of its membership. Its activities include improvement of professional practices, educational programs and institute seminars for personnel employed by charitable Jewish Community Organizations.4

Box 2, Folder 5 comprises AJCOP's policy plans regarding travel and airfare for all Board Members to attend meetings; reimbursements for board members, and subsidies for all AJCOP members.

BoxFolderTitleDate
2 1 Financial Statements 1971, 1979-1989
2 2 Financial Statements 1971, 1979-1989
2 3 Incorporation Forms 1969-1970, 1976, 1979, 1981, 1987-1988
2 4 Legislation of the Charitable Trust Act of Ohio 1982
2 5 Policy Plans 1984, 1986, 1989
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Series III: General Membership, 1969-1972, 1976-1982, 1984-1988

English.
Box 2, Folders 6-11.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

This series relates to general membership of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel. Box 2, Folders 6 through Box 2, Folder 11 consists of Membership Master List corresponding to the years 1969-1972, 1976-1982, and 1984-1988. Missing are the rosters from the following years: 1973, 1974, 1975, and 1983. In general, the entries for these lists contain the following subject headings:

  • o Account or identification number;
  • o Name of member;
  • o Agency of employment or affiliation;
  • o Personal address;
  • o Date of membership;
  • o Comments.

BoxFolderTitleDate
2 6 Membership Directories 1984-1988
2 7 Membership Lists 1969-1972
2 8 Membership Lists 1976-1978, 1980
2 9 Membership Lists 1981-1982
2 10 Membership Lists 1984-1986
2 11 Membership Lists 1987-1988
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Series IV: Membership Committee, undated, 1969-1970, 1977-1988

English.
Box 3, Folder 1-Box 4, Folder 5.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

This collection represents the entirety of the available memorandum, records, reports and minutes regarding the Membership Committee of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel.

Subseries A: Reports, 1970, 1977-1987

English.
Box 3, Folders 1-6.
Scope and Content:

Predominately, this subseries holds both minutes of meetings and reports generated by the Membership Committee. Unfortunately the majority of the minutes are missing and, therefore, unavailable to researchers. According to the 1970 Report of the Membership Committee, eligibility requirements for membership into the organization are as follows:

  • Membership shall be open to all member and women, professionally trained or experienced, who are engaged in community organization work in and for the Jewish community, its organization and institutions and who are employed a minimum of 50% of their time. Academicians with training and experience past or present in the field of Jewish community organization in the Jewish community, and retirees formerly employed in the field of Jewish Community organization.5

This document along with the first few generated reports and master lists of membership can be found in Box 3, Folder 1. The materials located in Box 3, Folder 2 through Box 3, Folder 6 fall into two categories: 1) documents tabulating and measuring membership growth; 2) membership master lists. For the former, the committee kept detailed records documenting both increases and decreases of membership. For the latter, the committee analyzed and evaluated membership based on the following criteria:

  • o Paid Members;
  • o Renewals;
  • o New Members;
  • o Students;
  • o Retirees;
  • o Integrated Retirees;
  • o Retiree Prospects;
  • o Women;
  • o Inactive or "Removals."

BoxFolderTitleDate
3 1 Committee Minutes, Reports and Rosters 1970, 1977-1980
3 2 Committee Minutes, Reports and Rosters 1981-1982
3 3-4 Committee Minutes, Reports and Rosters (2F) 1983-1984
3 5 Committee Minutes, Reports and Rosters 1985-1986
3 6 Committee Minutes, Reports and Rosters 1986-1987

Subseries B: Memoranda, 1970, 1981, 1983-1986

English.
Box 3, Folders 7-9.
Scope and Content:

This subseries holds the memoranda of the Membership Committee. Of particular interest to researchers are the documents located in Box 3, Folder 9 that outlines the responsibilities of the Membership Committee:

  • a. Accelerate the process of renewal, of dues payments;
  • b. Maintain and plan contact throughout the U.S. and Canada to accelerate renewals and recruit new members;
  • c. Develop membership policies when necessary;
  • d. Establish membership categories;
  • e. Develop ideas of promotion and marketing.6

The majority of the items found in Box 3, Folder 7 through Box 3, Folder 9 could be categorized within three broad categories:

  • o Internal communication amongst the Membership Committee;
  • o Communication with perspective and current members of AJCOP;
  • o Communication with Benjamin Mandelkorn.

BoxFolderTitleDate
3 7 Notes and Letters 1970, 1981, 1983-1984
3 8 Notes and Letters 1985
3 9 Notes and Letters 1986

Subseries C: Communication, 1984-1987

English.
Box 4, Folders 1-2.
Scope and Content:

Correspondence involving membership applications, directories, dues, forms, solicitations and terminations can be found in both Box 4, Folder 1 and Box 4, Folder 2. According to a 1986 solicitation letter to perspective members,

  • AJCOP is the only professional association under Jewish auspices for people in our field of endeavor committed to meeting the needs of the Jewish community. It is the one and only organization which brings our professionals together who are engaged in the broad field of community organization which includes fundraising, administration, planning, budgeting, leadership development, endowments, research.7

In addition, some of the benefits of membership include:

  • o Insurance programs;
  • o Publications;
  • o Continuing education;
  • o Professional advancement;
  • o Professional standards and guidelines;
  • o Equalizing career opportunities and benefits;
  • o Career opportunities;
  • o Peer counseling;
  • o Representation.8

BoxFolderTitleDate
4 1 Correspondence 1984-1985
4 2 Correspondence 1986-1987

Subseries D: Miscellaneous, undated, 1969, 1985-1988

English.
Box 4, Folders 3-5.
Scope and Content:

This small subseries deals with materials regarding membership at the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel. Box 4, Folder 3 includes information regarding the first members of AJCOP. Entitled "Charter Membership" these documents list members by both state and city of residence and employment. Box 4, Folder 4 contains a variety of documents, notes and papers pertaining to membership dues. The materials in Box 4, Folder 5 contain a variety of flyers, guides, pamphlets and resources to aid in membership growth and membership solicitation.

BoxFolderTitleDate
4 3 Charter Members 1969
4 4 Finance Dues 1986-1988
4 5 Notes about Membership undated, 1985
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Series V: Executive Director, undated, 1978-1990

English.
Box 4, Folder 6-Box 5, Folder 3.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

Subseries A: Benjamin Mandelkorn, 1978, 1980-1983, 1985-1989.
Subseries B: Howard Berger, 1989-1990.
Subseries C: Miscellaneous, undated, 1979-1989.

Subseries A: Benjamin Mandelkorn, 1978, 1980-1983, 1985-1989

English.
Box 4, Folders 6-13.
Scope and Content:

From the inception of the American Jewish Community Organization Personnel in 1969 through 1989, Benjamin M. Mandelkorn held a variety of important roles. Mandelkorn served as the first President of AJCOP from 1969 through 1971. Throughout the 1970s, Mandelkorn functioned as the organization's Executive Vice President however by the 1980s, Mandelkorn's role changed and he served first, as AJCOP's Executive Secretary, and later as AJCOP's Executive Director. Throughout his tenure, Mandelkorn was AJCOP's lifeline. Almost every success of the organization was through the direct result of his hard work and effort. This series highlights the broad scope of Mandelkorn's twenty-year affiliation with AJCOP.

As the Executive Director of AJCOP during the 1980s, Mandelkorn was involved in almost all aspects of the administration, function and operation of this organization. Box 4, Folder 6 relates to Mandelkorn's role with the numerous committees within AJCOP. The materials located in both Box 4, Folder 7 and Box 4, Folder 8 are comprised of Mandelkorn's correspondence with the Executive Committee, Board of Directors, Committee heads and members, AJCOP members, and other Jewish organizations. The correspondence is written in different formats, some are typed and some are by hand, are composed on a variety of paper, note cards, letterhead and scrap paper. Mandelkorn's concern for the financial stability of AJCOP is well documented in the materials located in Box 4, Folder 9. The materials in Box 4, Folder 10 relate to Board, Executive Board, Committee, and General Meetings that Mandelkorn planned and developed. As evidenced through these documents, Mandelkorn dealt with a wide range of issues in organizing these meetings, such as: banquet logistics, travel arrangements, attendance, and overall structure.

Box 4, Folder 11 contains materials regarding membership at AJCOP. The documents can mostly be classified into four broad categories: 1) Mandelkorn's correspondence with Board Members in regards to overall AJCOP membership; 2) Mandelkorn's correspondence with Board Members about membership fees and dues; 3) Mandelkorn's concern about late membership dues; 4) termination of membership to AJCOP. Box 4, Folder 12 entitled "Personal" provides insight into the working of AJCOP from Mandelkorn's perspective. Included in these files are Mandelkorn's concern that that the organization was "floundering" due to lack of leadership.9 In a 1987 letter written to president-elect, Herman Markowitz, Mandelkorn notifies his intention to retire from his role as Executive Director in 1989. Mandelkorn notes that his successor,

  • …has to be a person who can help AJCOP move in the direction laid out by AJCOP and the goals to be achieved. Not any available person may be qualified or suited to do this.10

BoxFolderTitleDate
4 6 Committees 1986-1987, 1989
4 7 Correspondence 1983, 1985-1987
4 8 Correspondence 1983, 1985-1987
4 9 Finances 1986-1987
4 10 Meetings 1983-1987
4 11 Membership 1980-1983, 1986-1988
4 12 Personal 1978, 1981, 1985-1987, 1989

Subseries B: Howard Berger, 1989-1990

English.
Box 5, Folders 1-2.
Scope and Content:

Following Benjamin M. Mandelkorn's resignation as Executive Director, Howard Berger served in this role from 1989 through 1990. This small subseries pertains to his leadership of AJCOP during this time frame. Box 5, Folder 1 and Box 5, Folder 2 include all the collected material generated by Berger during his tenure.

BoxFolderTitleDate
5 1 Correspondence 1989
5 2 Correspondence 1990

Subseries C: Miscellaneous, undated, 1979-1989

English.
Box 5, Folder 3.
Scope and Content:

Box 5, Folder 3 consists of reports issued by both Executive Director Benjamin M. Mandelkorn and Howard Berger. In a 1979 report, Mandelkorn writes,

  • The test of effectiveness of a professional association is the establishment, maintenance and implementation of programs and services, which are relevant, meaningful, and of value to the members and which cannot obtain as effectively elsewhere.11

BoxFolderTitleDate
5 3 Reports undated, 1979-1989
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Series VI: Library, undated, 1950-1952, 1956, 1958, 1960, 1962-1963, 1965, 1968, 1970-1989

English.
Box 5, Folder 4-Box 7, Folder 8.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

Subseries A: Publications by Author, undated, 1950-1952, 1956, 1958, 1960, 1962-1963, 1965, 1968, 1970-1972, 1974-1976. 1978-1988.
Subseries B: Publications for Consideration, 1979, 1985.
Subseries C: Publications-Unknown Author, undated, 1960, 1973-1980, 1984.
Subseries D: Administrative, 1981, 1983-1985, 1987, 1989.

Subseries A: Publications by Author, undated, 1950-1952, 1956, 1958, 1960, 1962-1963, 1965, 1968, 1970-1972, 1974-1976. 1978-1988

English.
Box 5, Folder 4-Box 6, Folder 41.
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 4 Austin, Michael 1988
5 5 Avrunin, William undated, 1950-1952, 1956, 1958, 1960, 1965, 1971-1972, 1975
5 6 Balaban, Ziona 1980
5 7 Bernstein, Irving 1984
5 8 Bernstein, Philip 1978
5 9 Bloom, Melvyn 1979, 1981
5 10 Brooke, Benjamin undated
5 11 Bubis, Gerald 1984
5 12 Cushman, Edward Lee 1980
5 13 Cutter, William undated
5 14 Daner, Joel 1984
5 15 Eisen, Bruce 1985
5 16 Elazar, Daniel 1980
5 17 Farber, Ted 1981-1983
5 18 Feinstein, Wayne 1985
5 19 Feldman, Herschel 1983
5 20 Feldman, Michael 1983
5 21 Feldstein, Donald 1980
5 22 Fishel, John undated
5 23 Fox, Joel 1982
5 24 Friedlander, Harriette and Aronson, Richard 1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 1 Glass, Judith 1983-1985
6 2 Goldman, Ralph undated
6 3 Goldscheider, Calvin 1979
6 4 Goldstein, Sidney undated
6 5 Greene, Allan undated
6 6 Greenman, Linda undated
6 7 Jacobson, Jay 1982
6 8 Kahn, Ernest 1984
6 9 Kahn, William 1983, 1987
6 10 Kanner, Ted 1983-1984
6 11 Kennedy, Ted 1985
6 12 Koenigsberg, Sol 1983
6 13 Koller, Susan 1981
6 14 Kosansky, Harry and Schrage, Barry 1980
6 15 Kraar, Martin 1983
6 16 Lemmerman, Merv 1980, 1986
6 17 Levi, Linda undated
6 18 Olshansky, Bernard undated, 1978-1980
6 19 Olshansky, Bernard and Feinstein, Wayne 1986
6 20 Polivy, Deborah Kaplan undated, 1983
6 21 Rosenbaum, Robert undated
6 22 Reisman, Bernard undated
6 23 Schwartz, Carmi 1984-1985
6 24 Schwarz, Saul 1984
6 25 Segil, Annette undated
6 26 Schrage, Barry 1980
6 27 Silverberg, Barry 1984
6 28 Solender, Sanford 1983
6 29 Solender, Stephen 1983
6 30 Solomon, Jeffrey 1986
6 31 Soroker, Gerald 1962-1963
6 32 Stein, Morris 1980, 1983
6 33 Storfer, Linda undated
6 34 Tiell, Judy Freundlich 1983
6 35 Tropp, Robert undated
6 36 Weisband, Howard undated
6 37 Zaret, Melvin undated
6 38-40 Zibbell, Charles (3F) 1968, 1970-1972, 1974, 1976, 1980
6 41 Zucker, Henry 1986

Subseries B: Publications for Inclusion, 1979, 1985

English.
Box 6, Folders 42-43.
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 42 A Panel Discussion: The Future of Jewish Fundraising 1979
6 43 Miller, Charles: An Introduction to Planning in the Jewish Federation 1985

Subseries C: Publications by Title, undated, 1960, 1973-1982, 1984

English.
Box 7, Folders 1-5.
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 1 Cleveland's 1960s Jewish Welfare Fund Campaign 1960
7 2 Religious Pluralism in Israel, How it Affects Community Organization Practice in Local Organizations undated
7 3 Master's Degree Theses in Jewish Communal Services 1973-1982
7 4 An Example of an Energy Conservation and Management Program: The Experience of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York undated
7 5 Enhancing Managerial and Leadership Effectiveness 1984

Subseries D: Administrative, 1981, 1983-1985, 1987, 1989

English.
Box 7, Folders 6-8.
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 6 AJCOP Professional Library Collection 1983-1985, 1987
7 7 Library and Publications Committee 1983
7 8 Memoranda 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1989
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Series VII: Publications, undated, 1971-1978, 1980-1989

English.
Box 7, Folders 9-17.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

Subseries A: Newsletters, 1971-1973, 1980-1989.
Subseries B: Operational, undated, 1972-1978, 1980-1986.

Subseries A: Newsletters, 1971-1973, 1980-1989

English.
Box 7, Folders 9-12.
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 9 AJCOP News: Volumes 3 and 4 1973
7 10 Bulletin 1980-1981
7 11 NAJCOP News: Volumes 1 and 2 1971-1972
7 12 ProLog 1982-1989

Subseries B: Operational, undated, 1972-1978, 1980-1986

English.
Box 7, Folders 13-17.
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 13 General Correspondence undated, 1981-1986
7 14 Index of Community Organization Articles undated, 1980-1981, 1985
7 15 Pamphlets and Brochures undated, 1980, 1982
7 16 ProLog: Memoranda and Correspondence undated, 1981, 1985-1986
7 17 Publications Committee undated, 1972-1978
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Series VIII: Board, undated, 1969-1976, 1978-1989

English.
Box 7, Folders 18-Box 10, Folder 6.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

Subseries A: Board of Directors, Board of Trustees, undated, 1969-1973, 1975-1976, 1978-1989

English.
Box 7, Folders 18-Box 9, Folder 4.

Subsubseries 1: Board Meetings, 1969-1973, 1976, 1978-1989

English.
Box 7, Folders 18-Box 8, Folder 8.
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 18 Agenda 1980, 1982, 1985-1986
7 19 Meeting Minutes 1969-1973
7 20 Meeting Minutes 1976, 1978-1979
7 21 Meeting Minutes 1980-1985
7 22 Meeting Minutes 1986-1987
7 23 Meeting Minutes 1981-1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 1 Workbook 1981-1982
8 2 Workbook 1983
8 3 Workbook 1984
8 4 Workbook 1985
8 5 Workbook 1986
8 6 Workbook 1987
8 7 Workbook 1988
8 8 Workbook 1989

Subsubseries 2: Administrative, undated, 1969-1970, 1972, 1976, 1979-1988

English.
Box 8, Folder 9-10.
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 9 Assignments and Tasks undated, 1982, 1988
8 10 Board Members and Officers 1969-1970, 1972, 1976, 1979-1988

Subsubseries 3: Communication, undated, 1969, 1973, 1975, 1979-1989

English.
Box 8, Folder 11-Box 9, Folder 2.
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 11-12 Correspondence (2F) 1969, 1975, 1979-1983, 1985-1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 1 Letters 1969, 1973, 1979, 1982, 1985, 1988
9 2 Memoranda undated, 1969, 1984-1987, 1989

Subsubseries 4: Miscellaneous, undated

English.
Box 9, Folders 3-4.
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 3 Ribbons undated
9 4 Certificates undated

Subseries B: Executive (Board) Committee, undated, 1969, 1974-1975, 1978-1983, 1985-1989

English.
Box 9, Folders 5-10.

Subsubseries 1: Board Meetings, undated, 1974, 1978-1982, 1987-1989

English.
Box 9, Folders 5-8.
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 5 Agenda untitled, 1979, 1981
9 6 Meeting Minutes 1974, 1978-1981
9 7 Meeting Minutes 1982, 1987-1989
9 8 Workbooks 1981, 1988-1989

Subsubseries 2: Administrative, 1969, 1980, 1982-1983, 1989

English.
Box 9, Folder 9.
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 9 Board Members and Officers 1969, 1980, 1982-1983, 1989

Subsubseries 3: Communication, undated, 1975, 1979, 1985-1987, 1989

English.
Box 9, Folder 10.
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 10 Correspondence undated, 1975, 1979, 1985-1987, 1989

Subseries C: Leadership Board, undated, 1980, 1982-1989

English.
Box 9, Folder 11-Box 10, Folder 6.

Subsubseries 1: Board Meetings, 1980, 1982-1989

English.
Box 9, Folders 11-17.
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 11 Agenda 1985-1986
9 12 Meeting Minutes 1980, 1982-1987
9 13 Workbook 1982-1983
9 14 Workbook 1984-1985
9 15 Workbook 1986-1987
9 16 Workbook 1987-1988
9 17 Workbook 1988-1989

Subsubseries 2: Administrative, 1982-1989

English.
Box 10, Folders 1-4.
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 1-2 Handbooks (2F) 1985-1989
10 3 Board Members and Officers 1984-1989
10 4 Reports and Reviews 1982-1985

Subsubseries 3: Communication, 1982-1987

English.
Box 10, Folders 5-6.
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 5 Correspondence 1982, 1986
10 6 Memorandum 1983-1987
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Series IX: General Meetings, undated, 1970, 1972-1989

English.
Box 10, Folder 7-Box 11, Folder 6.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

Subseries A: Annual, undated, 1969-1989.
Subseries B: Semi-Annual, 1970-1986.

Subseries A: Annual, undated, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1979-1989

English.
Box 10, Folder 7-Box 11, Folder 2.
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 7 Annual Minutes 1970, 1972, 1977, 1979-1982, 1984-1989
10 8 Attendance undated, 1986
10 9 Correspondence 1986
10 10 Keynote Lectures and Speeches 1987, 1989
10 11 Memorandum undated
10 12 Program undated, 1981-1984, 1986
10 13 Remarks 1982, 1984, 1986, 1989
10 14 Reports 1979, 1987-1988
10 15 Response Cards undated, 1986
10 16 Sam Hatow Curriculum Vitae and Background undated
10 17 Sam Hatow Memorial Lecture 1986-1989
10 18 Sam Hatow Memorial Lecture Speeches 1985, 1987-1988
10 19 Schedules 1975, 1983, 1985
10 20 Workbook 1979-1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
11 1 Workbook 1979, 1983, 1987
11 2 Workbook 1988-1989

Subseries B: Semi-Annual, 1970, 1972-1974, 1976-1979, 1982-1983, 1985, 1987

English.
Box 11, Folders 3-6.
BoxFolderTitleDate
11 3 Meeting Minutes 1970, 1972-1974, 1976-1979, 1982
11 4 Memorandum 1982, 1985
11 5 Presentation 1987
11 6 Workbook 1982-1983
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Series X: Committees, undated, 1968-1990

English.
Box 11, Folder 7-Box 16, Folder 18.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

This large series relates to the various committees of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel from 1969 through 1990. The documents are mostly typewritten and include agendas, applications, brochures, budgets, calendars, memorandum, newsletters, proposals, resolutions and surveys.

Subseries A: Administrative Committee, undated, 1979-1989

English.
Box 11, Folders 7-12.
Scope and Content:

This subseries holds the administrative and operational records for all AJCOP Committees. The bulk of the materials describe the functions and operations of these committees. Of particular interest to researchers are the materials located in Box 11, Folder 10 that includes a detailed account of the responsibilities of each AJCOP committee. Additionally, in a solicitation letter to all AJCOP members, Benjamin Mandelkorn writes:

  • The viability and success of AJCOP is reflected in the broad based committee participation of its members. Annually we invite the members to indicate the committee(s) on which they would like to serve.12

Box 11, Folder 7 contains the master list of members of the committees from 1979 through 1982 and 1984 through 1989. Missing are the lists from 1970 through 1980 and 1983. Reports generated by the Executive Board detailing the current status and suggested recommendations of all AJCOP committees are included in Box 11, Folder 12. Included in Box 11, Folder 9 is the 1983-1984 Handbook for Committee Chairperson, which contains contact information of Executive Committee, Board of Trustees, and Committee Members and minute meetings of the various AJCOP committees. Box 11, Folder 11 holds internal notes and memorandum amongst the various committees and the Board of Directors, Board of Trustees, and Executive Board. Box 11, Folder 8 is comprised of correspondence between the committee heads and committee members. The majority of which can be classified as "thank you notes" for participating in the various committees.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11 7 Committee Lists undated, 1979-1982, 1984-1989
11 8 Correspondence 1980-1981
11 9 Handbook for Committee Chairperson 1983-1984
11 10 Instructional Guidelines and Information undated, 1984, 1986-1987
11 11 Memorandum undated, 1980-1981, 1984-1985, 1989
11 12 Reports undated, 1981, 1986

Subseries B: Academic Committee, undated, 1979-1980, 1985

English.
Box 11, Folder 13.
Scope and Content:

According to the document, Responsibilities of AJCOP Committees, the Academic Committee's mission is "to provide the knowledge, experience and skills of academia to enhance the community organization body of knowledge and proceed for the professional growth and development of the members."13Box 11, Folder 13 has all the available documents and memorandum affiliated with this committee.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11 13 Correspondence and Memorandum undated, 1979-1980, 1985

Subseries C: Adjudication of Personnel Grievances Committee, undated, 1972-1973, 1984-1985, 1988-1989

English.
Box 11, Folders 14-17.
Scope and Content:

The Adjucation of Personal Grievances Committee functiones as AJCOP's ombudsman department in that this committee was charged with representing the interests of members of the organization by investigating and addressing complaints reported by individuals. According to a document located in Box 11, Folder 14, this committee was established "so as to create an orderly procedure by which complaints lodged by NAJCOP members with alleged greivances could be handled."14 Other notes and correspondence between the Executive Board of the organization and the committee can also be found in this folder and in Box 11, Folder 17. Box 11, Folder 15 includes the published workbook, AJCOP Guidelines for Personnel Practice Codes. Section XVIII entitled "Greivance Procedures" applies specifically to the Adjucation of Personal Grievances Committee. What is the Committee on Inquiry? and the Proposed Greievance Procedure for An APA are the two procedures and articles that constitute Box 11, Folder 16.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11 14 Correspondence 1972-1973, 1984, 1988-1989
11 15 Guidelines undated, 1985
11 16 Procedures undated
11 17 Members undated, 1972-1973

Subseries D: Annual Dinner Committee, 1983-1984, 1986

English.
Box 11, Folder 18.
Scope and Content:

In Responsibilities of AJCOP Committees it is written that the Annual Dinner Committee is "to provide for the place, décor, meal, hospitality of the dinner arrangements for the annual meeting."15 Three formal dinner invitations and one memorandum located in Box 11, Folder 18, comprise all of the available documents pertaining this committee.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11 18 Miscellaneous 1983-1984, 1986

Subseries E: Assessment Committee, undated, 1980-1982, 1984, 1986

English.
Box 11, Folders 19-22.
Scope and Content:

Established by Morris Lapidos 10 years after the creation of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel, the Assessment Committee was created because

  • The current board and leadership of AJCOP felt that it was timely and appropriate for AJCOP to evaluate its current programs with a view toward
  • A) Reviewing the various dimension of total activities;
  • B) Implementing recommendations for the strengthening of AJCOP itself.16

While this document along with other committee recommendations and reports are found in Box 11, Folder 22, the questionnaires and surveys that were conducted by Assessment Committee is located in Box 11, Folder 21. In the earliest letter documenting the establishment of this committee, Lapidos sought to evaluate:

  • o Personnel;
  • o Retirees;
  • o Continuing Education;
  • o Membership;
  • o Public Relations.

However, based on the numerous other materials located in Box 11, Folder 19, it is obvious that this objective grew to encompass all areas of AJCOP. Box 11, Folder 20 deals with the contact information for all members of this committee.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11 19 Communication undated, 1980-1982, 1986
11 20 Members undated
11 21 Questionnaires undated
11 22 Reviews, Reports and Recommendations 1980, 1982, 1984

Subseries F: Awards Committee, undated, 1985-1990

English.
Box 11, Folder 23-Box 12, Folder 8.
Scope and Content:

This subseries contains materials relating to awards of appreciation. These awards were presented by AJCOP to various members during the yearly annual meeting. The AJCOP Awards Committee Workbook encompasses Box 12, Folder 8. According to this document,

  • Starting in 1986, awards have been presented annually to AJCOP members who have achieved distinction in the field of Jewish communal service. The purpose of the awards are to recognize outstanding professional contributions; establish standards of excellence; publicize noteworthy programs and projects; and highlight professional role models to be emulated…All nominees and nominators must be current members of AJCOP.17

The 1986, 1987, and 1989 awards programs are located in Box 12, Folder 1. Box 11, Folder 23 includes the applications and recommendations for the 1988 Distinguished Service Award, Box 11, Folder 24 contains the applications and recommendations for the 1986 Professional of the Year Award. All of the nomination recommendations from 1986 through 1989 can be found within Box 12, Folder 6 and Box 12, Folder 7. Box 12, Folder 2 deals with the contact information for all members of this committee. Box 12, Folder 4 and Box 12, Folder 5 holds all the available documents and memorandum affiliated with this committee.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11 23 Application for Distinguished Service Award 1985-1986
11 24 Application for the Professional of the Year Award 1986
BoxFolderTitleDate
12 1 Award Programs 1986-1987, 1989
12 2 Committee Members and Attendance List undated, 1989-1990
12 3 Correspondence undated, 1985-1986, 1988-1989
12 4 Memorandum 1985-1989
12 5 Memorandum 1985-1989
12 6 Nominations 1987-1988
12 7 Nominations and Recipients 1986, 1988-1989
12 8 Workbook undated

Subseries G: Conference Committee, undated, 1972-1973, 1979-1985, 1989

English.
Box 12, Folders 9-12.
Scope and Content:

This subseries pertains to the Conference Committee, which ran the yearly events. In addition to committee, local and regional events, on an annual basis all of the members of the AJCOP were invited to attend conferences. The Conference Committee, according to the memorandum, Responsibilities of AJCOP Committee, was charged to "prepare, develop and present the sessions representing the community organization discipline at the Conference of Jewish Communal Service."18 In addition, the committee was responsible for all aspects of scheduling including organizing and managing:

  • o Location and dates of conference;
  • o Logistics of speeches, programs and events;
  • o Conference speakers and speech titles;
  • o Membership attendance;
  • o Catering;
  • o Traveling and housing;
  • o Creation of the calendar of events.

Details about this facet of committee planning can be found in Box 12, Folder 12. Notes and correspondence between the Executive Board of AJCOP and the committee as well as correspondence between vendors and the committee are in Box 12, Folder 9. The Rules and Guidelines of the National Conference Chairperson's Responsibilities are located in Box 12, Folder 11. Box 12, Folder 10 includes the contact information for all members of this committee.

BoxFolderTitleDate
12 9 Correspondence 1972, 1980-1982, 1984-1985
12 10 Members undated, 1973, 1979-1985
12 11 Rules and Guidelines 1980, 1985
12 12 Scheduling 1978, 1982-1985, 1989

Subseries H: Ethics Committee, undated, 1982-1983, 1985, 1988

English.
Box 12, Folders 13-15.
Scope and Content:

This small subseries relates to the Ethics Committee, which oversaw the development of the organization's Code of Ethics. Accordingly, The Code of Ethics:

  • embodies standards of behavior for the professional worker in relationship to those he/she serves; colleagues, employing institutions, with other professionals, and with community. In adhering to such a Code of Ethics, the professional views his/her obligations in as wide a context as the situation requires, takes all the principles into consideration, and chooses a course of action consistent with this Code of Ethics sprit and intent…As a member of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Professionals, I commit myself to conduct my professional relationships win accord with this Code and subscribe to the following [14] statements.19

Box 12, Folder 13 contains multiple versions of the Code of Ethics, which distributed to all members of the organization. The Code of Ethics was also published in ProLog, spring 1982. This edition can be found in Box 12, Folder 15. Lastly, two copies of Peggy Tishman's address, entitled, "Ethics of Fund-Raising" which was delivered at the Jewish Theological Seminary on March 20, 1988 is located in Box 12, Folder 14.

BoxFolderTitleDate
12 13 Code of Ethics undated
12 14 Ethics of Fundraising 1988
12 15 Miscellaneous 1982-1983, 1985

Subseries I: Human Resources Committee, undated, 1988

English.
Box 12, Folder 16.
Scope and Content:

The Human Resources Committee, which was established in 1988, has four primary goals:

  • 1) To develop a profile on individual members of AJCOP (including training, skills, interests), to facilitate utilization of membership in leadership positions;
  • 2) To learn about service needs and interests of AJCOP membership for long-range planning purposes;
  • 3) To develop a profile on AJCOP membership in general regarding such issues as:
    • a) Age;
    • b) Sex;
    • c) Position held/years in the field;
    • d) Education degrees/training;
    • e) Type of training
  • 4) To gather information on retirees.20

This document, along with two others, comprises all of the available materials on this committee and can be found in Box 12, Folder 16.

BoxFolderTitleDate
12 16 Membership undated, 1988

Subseries J: Job Bank Committee, 1986, 1988

English.
Box 12, Folders 17-18.
Scope and Content:

The goal of the Job Bank Committee was to provide career opportunities for members of AJCOP. Box 12, Folder 17 contains memoranda and notes about career opportunities in the Jewish organization fields. In addition, Job Bank vacancy forms are included. Listings of job opportunities are located in Box 12, Folder 18.

BoxFolderTitleDate
12 17 Memorandum 1986, 1988
12 18 National Agency Job Banks 1988

Subseries K: Long Range Planning Committee, undated, 1980-1982, 1985-1989

English.
Box 12, Folder 19.
Scope and Content:

The Long Range Planning Committee materials, located in Box 12, Folder 19, outline the issues and topics the committee sought for AJCOP's future. In addition, various other materials and records related to this committee can be found in this folder.

BoxFolderTitleDate
12 19 Committee Information undated, 1980-1982, 1985-1989

Subseries L: New Sources of Funding Committee, undated, 1987-1989

English.
Box 13, Folders 1-4.
Scope and Content:

Established in 1987 to address the immediate financial needs of AJCOP, the New Sources of Funding Committee was run by Benjamin Mandelkorn and chaired by Mike Brodie. According to a letter located in Box 13, Folder 1, Mandelkorn noted that due to the growth of AJCOP, additional funds were needed to increase activities, programs, and professional goals. Specifically, membership dues no longer sufficiently covered administrative, programs and services, and projects and studies. In a 1988 meeting summary, Brodie and the committee felt it was necessary to start raising funds through donations, endowments, foundations and grants. This material as well as all documents relating to the meeting minutes of this committee can be found in Box 13, Folder 3. Due to successful efforts on behalf of the committee by October 1, 1988, AJCOP successfully raised and received approximately $114,856. Box 13, Folder 2 holds all the materials relating to fundraising efforts. Lastly, Box 13, Folder 4 is a small folder, which contains the reports generated by the committee, which includes operating budgets, salaries of employees, membership rates and scales.

BoxFolderTitleDate
13 1 Correspondence 1987-1989
13 2 Endowment 1988
13 3 Meeting 1988-1989
13 4 Reports undated

Subseries M: Nominating Committee, 1969-1990

English.
Box 13, Folders 5-10.
Scope and Content:

The Nominating Committee of AJCOP was established in 1972 and charged with the responsibility

  • for preparing a slate of nominees, consisting of the officers and the ten (10) at-large Board members…The Nominating Committee shall attempt to secure the services of persons with due regard to professional qualifications, size of community, special fields of interest, and geographical location.21

Informational material about the duties and responsibilities of the Nominating Committee can be found in Box 13, Folder 8. Internal communication amongst the committee members and the Executive Committee is located in Box 13, Folder 5. The majority of this material spans from the early years of the AJCOP's existence. Box 13, Folder 6 holds the lists generated by the committee on the various officers. This information is organized by position, membership, and terms of office. The majority of notes and memorandum in Box 13, Folder 7 was written by Benjamin Mandelkorn. Within Box 13, Folder 9 are the reports generated by the Nominating Committee contained the following information:

  • Officers: including President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer;
  • Board of Directors with terms specified by length;
  • Executive Committee;
  • Presidential Appointments;
  • Committee Chairpersons.

Lastly, Box 13, Folder 10 holds the voting worksheets that the Nominating Committee produced.

BoxFolderTitleDate
13 5 Correspondence 1972-1973, 1977, 1982, 1984-1985
13 6 Lists 1969-1989
13 7 Memorandum 1970, 1973, 1977, 1982, 1984-1987
13 8 Miscellaneous 1973, 1981, 1988-1990
13 9 Reports 1969, 1972-1973, 1978-1982, 1985-1988
13 10 Worksheets 1980, 1983-1986, 1989

Subseries N: Oral History Committee, undated, 1981, 1984-1988

English.
Box 13, Folders 11-13.
BoxFolderTitleDate
13 11 Correspondence 1981, 1984-1985, 1987-1988
13 12 Memorandum 1984-1988
13 13 Reports undated, 1984-1985

Subseries O: Overseas Committee, undated, 1979-1986

English.
Box 13, Folders 14-21.
BoxFolderTitleDate
13 14 Calendar 1985
13 15 Committee Members undated, 1984-1986
13 16 Correspondence 1979-1986
13 17 Memorandum undated
13 18 Miscellaneous undated
13 19 Press Releases and Pamphlets undated, 1983-1984
13 20 Proposals 1981
13 21 Reports 1981

Subseries P: Personnel Committee, undated, 1968-1974, 1980, 1982-1986, 1988

English.
Box 14, Folders 1-12.
BoxFolderTitleDate
14 1 Articles 1983, 1985-1986
14 2-3 Correspondence (2F) 1969-1973, 1985, 1988
14 4 Guidelines for Personnel Practice Codes 1985
14 5 Materials 1968
14 6 Memorandum undated, 1969-1973, 1984-1985, 1988
14 7 Minutes 1969, 1972, 1980, 1985
14 8 Miscellaneous undated, 1969
14 9 Personnel Practices undated, 1986
14 10 Proposals undated, 1986
14 11 Questionnaires undated, 1974
14 12 Reports 1969, 1972, 1982

Subseries Q: Professional Development Committee, undated, 1973-1987, 1989

English.
Box 14, Folder 13-Box 15, Folder 3.
BoxFolderTitleDate
14 13 Brandeis University Course Materials 1974, 1976
14 14-15 Correspondence (2F) undated, 1978-1987
14 16 Membership Lists 1980
14 17 Memorandum 1979-1983, 1987
14 18 Meeting Minutes 1978-1982, 1985, 1989
BoxFolderTitleDate
15 1 Miscellaneous 1978-1983, 1986
15 2 Pamphlets 1973-1983
15 3 Program Modules 1983-1984

Subseries R: Public Issues Committee, 1979, 1981, 1984-1986

English.
Box 15, Folder 4.
Scope and Content:

The Public Issues Committee's documents, located in Box 15, Folder 4, outline the issues and topics AJCOP endorse and support. In addition, various other materials and records relating to this committee can be found in this folder.

BoxFolderTitleDate
15 4 Memorandum 1979, 1981, 1984-1986

Subseries S: Publicity Committee, 1981-1984, 1986

English.
Box 15, Folders 5-6.
Scope and Content:

The primary purpose of the Publicity Committee, according to a 1982 memorandum, is to publish the AJCOP thrice-annual bulletin, entitled ProLog. According to Marden D. Paru, the Co-Chairman of the Publicity Committee, ProLog "disseminate[s] information about the going's-on of the various AJCOP committees at work, particularly those generating new programs or servings for the membership." The Publicity Committee memoranda are located in Box 15, Folder 5 and the minutes of meetings are located in Box 15, Folder 6.

BoxFolderTitleDate
15 5 Memorandum 1982-1983, 1986
15 6 Meeting Minutes 1981-1984

Subseries T: Recruitment Committee, undated, 1987-1989

English.
Box 15, Folder 7.
Scope and Content:

Starting in 1987, AJCOP began to prepare for Benjamin Mandelkorn's 1989 retirement as Executive Director of this organization. The documents located in Box 15, Folder 7 relate to the recruitment of Mandelkorn's successor.

BoxFolderTitleDate
15 7 Memorandum undated, 1987-1989

Subseries U: Regional Committee, undated, 1981-1985, 1987-1989

English.
Box 15, Folders 8-15.
Scope and Content:

This subseries pertains to the Regional Committee, which ran yearly regional events throughout North America. According to the Statement of Purpose located in Box 15, Folder 13, the Regional Committee was charged:

  • To develop a series of meetings in geographic areas throughout North American which would…convene members of AJCOP:
    • To strengthen professional relationships
    • To enhance exchange of ideas
    • To permit continuing education
    • To contribute to professional development
    • To convey activities, and foster purposes, of AJCOP
    • To encourage greater participation and interaction of AJCOP membership.23

The AJCOP regions were comprised of the following geographic areas:

  • East Central: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Pittsburgh, PA;
  • East Coast: Delaware, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey and Virginia;
  • New England: Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island;
  • New York: New York City;
  • Southeast: Florida and Georgia;
  • West Coast: Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.

Notes and correspondence between the Executive Board of AJCOP and this committee can be found in Box 15, Folder 8 and Box 15, Folder 9, while committee memorandum is located in both Box 15, Folder 10 and Box 15, Folder 11. All of the committee meeting minutes are in Box 15, Folder 12. Box 15, Folder 15 includes one small document listing the names and township of committee members from Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Lastly, the materials found in Box 15, Folder 15 contain the regional meetings' program agendas, itineraries, outcomes, results and schedules.

BoxFolderTitleDate
15 8 Correspondence 1981-1982
15 9 Correspondence 1983-1985
15 10 Memorandum 1981-1982
15 11 Memorandum 1983-1985, 1988-1989
15 12 Meeting Minutes 1982
15 13 Miscellaneous 1982-1984, 1987, 1989
15 14 Planning Committee undated
15 15 Programs 1981-1983

Subseries V: Retirement Committee, undated, 1972-1973, 1979-1989

English.
Box 15, Folder 16-Box 16, Folder 8.
Scope and Content:

This sub series holds the records for AJCOP's Retirement Committee. Box 15, Folder 19 holds form letters written on behalf of the committee to AJCOP members nearing retirement or who were retired. These notes notified retirees that their participation and involvement with AJCOP was still actively desired. Box 16, Folder 1 contains the master lists of all retired members of AJCOP. Press Releases generated by this committee can be found in Box 16, Folder 7. Included in Box 15, Folder 17 and Box, 15 Folder 18 are the correspondence notes and letters generated by the committee. In addition, Box 16, Folder 2 and Box 16, Folder 3 and Box 16, Folder 4 has the entire known memorandum created by this group. The small file, Box 16, Folder 5, has all of the meeting minutes of this group and Box 16, Folder 6 has the group's plans. Reports generated by the Retirement Committee including information about the current status and suggest future recommendations can be found in Box 16, Folder 8. Lastly, two Citations of Appreciation are located in Box 11, Folder 9. The retirement award for Marvin Harris is

  • in recognition of [his] contribution to the growth and development of the Jewish community through the skilled use of [his] professional services; in further recognition of [his] commitment and support of the profession and its subjects.24

BoxFolderTitleDate
15 16 Citation of Appreciation undated
15 17 Correspondence 1979, 1981-1982
15 18 Correspondence 1983, 1986-1988
15 19 Form Letters undated, 1985-1987
BoxFolderTitleDate
16 1 Lists 1979-1983, 1985-1986, 1988-1989
16 2 Memorandum 1979-1981
16 3 Memorandum 1982-1983
16 4 Memorandum 1984-1988
16 5 Meeting Minutes 1985-1988
16 6 Plans 1972-1973, 1981-1982
16 7 Press Releases undated
16 8 Reports undated, 1981-1983, 1989

Subseries W: Soviet Jewry Committee, 1986, 1989

English.
Box 16, Folder 9.
Scope and Content:

In 1986, AJCOP established a Soviet Jewry Committee to assist with the migration of Soviet Jews and their families to the United States. The limited number of items located in Box 16, Folder 9 relate to Soviet Jewry.

BoxFolderTitleDate
16 9 Memorandum 1986, 1989

Subseries X: United States and Canada Relations Committee, 1987-1988

English.
Box 16, Folder 10.
Scope and Content:

This small subseries holds all of the documents pertaining to Canadian members of AJCOP. The documents located in Box 16, Folder 10 relate to the Canadian membership dues and contributions.

BoxFolderTitleDate
16 10 Memorandum 1987-1988

Subseries Y: Women Committee, undated, 1977-1978, 1981-1987, 1989

English.
Box 16, Folders 11-18.
Scope and Content:

This subseries represents the entirety of the documents, materials, and records of the Women's Committee of the Association of Jewish Community Organizational Personnel. The Women's Committee sought to provide services for all the female members of AJCOP. One area in which the Women's Committee allocated their support was with job preparation, including programs to help the female members with interviews and salary negotiations. These materials can be found in Box 16, Folder 16. Starting in 1983, the Women's Committee surveyed the female members of this organization to learn more about their personal background, job satisfaction and overall satisfaction with AJCOP. The survey and collection of responses are located in Box 16, Folder 17. On an annual basis, the Women's Committee issued their yearly reports to the General Assembly. These materials are located in Box 16, Folder 11, while the reports outlining special topics of interest to the Women's Committee are located in Box 16, Folder 18. On the general operation front for this committee, Box 16, Folder 13 contains the rosters of both the members of the Women's Committee as well as all female members of AJCOP, Box 16, Folder 12 holds the group's correspondence, Box 16, Folder 14 contains the memorandum issued by the Women's Committee, and, lastly, Box 16, Folder 15 hold the minutes from various meetings.

BoxFolderTitleDate
16 11 Annual Reports 1983, 1986-1987
16 12 Correspondence 1983-1987
16 13 Lists 1982-1983, 1986
16 14 Memorandum 1982-1987, 1989
16 15 Meeting Minutes 1983, 1985-1986
16 16 Miscellaneous undated, 1987
16 17 Proclamations, Resolutions and Surveys undated, 1978, 1983, 1985
16 18 Reports 1977, 1981, 1983-1986
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Series XI: Associations, undated, 1962, 1969-1974, 1978-1988

English.
Box 17, Folders 1-17.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

This series represents the entirety of the documents relating to AJCOP's affiliation with various Jewish communal services associations. Included in this collection are materials pertaining to the Conference of Jewish Communal Services, Council of Jewish Federations, International Conference of Jewish Communal Services, and World Conference of Jewish Communal Service.

Subseries A: Conference of Jewish Communal Service, undated, 1962, 1969, 1971-1974, 1978-1988

English.
Box 17, Folders 1-10.
Scope and Content:

For over 80 years, an annual conference of Jewish Communal Services was held which attracted a large number of North American Jewish communal organizations and employees. At the 1969 National Conference of Jewish Communal Services it was suggested that a federation of professional Jewish communal services be implemented and created which would unify these agencies and workers. Found in Box 17, Folder 9 is the proposal to restructure the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service into the National Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel. Box 17, Folders 2 and 3 hold materials relating to the administration and operation of the Conference Jewish Communal Services. Although these records do not comprise all the records of the organization, they are representative of the functioning of the conference from 1969 through 1988. Box 17, Folder 4 is comprised of minutes from 1971, 1977, 1978, 1980 through 1985. The minutes, all typed, follow a similar format with information in the following areas: Presiding Chairman, Attendance, Announcements, Community Forum, Proposals, and Recommendations. On an annual basis the Association of Jewish Communal Service held national conferences. The documents located in Box 17, Folders 7 and 8 include the programs from the 1969, 1971, 1972, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 and 1988 conferences. Following each annual conference, the Executive Committee of the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service issued reports that summarized the outcomes of the meeting. These items are located in Box 17, Folder 10. Box 17, Folder 1 contains the lists of AJCOP members who attended the 1983 through 1985 Conference of Jewish Communal Services. Box 17, Folder 6 contains the news clipping, "Putting 'Jewish' into Communal" by Boris Smolar (1982). Box 17, Folder 5 holds a plethora of diverse materials. In addition to the Paper, "Maintaining Unity in the Face of Economic Diversity" (1987) by Gail A. Magaliff, this folder also holds the roster of AJCOP members who are involved with this organization. Included are the names of those members and the listing of their affiliation and representation on various committee boards.

BoxFolderTitleDate
17 1 Annual Meetings 1983-1985
17 2 Memorandum 1969, 1972-1973, 1982-1985, 1987-1988
17 3 Memorandum 1969, 1972-1973, 1982-1985, 1987-1988
17 4 Meeting Minutes 1971, 1978, 1980-1985
17 5 Miscellaneous 1962, 1972-1973, 1981-1985, 1987
17 6 News Clippings undated
17 7 Programs 1969, 1971-1972, 1979
17 8 Programs 1983-1988
17 9 Proposals undated, 1969
17 10 Reports undated, 1972, 1974

Subseries B: Council of Jewish Federations, 1969-1970, 1973, 1978, 1980, 1986-1987

English.
Box 17, Folders 11-15.
Scope and Content:

Prior to the creation of the National Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel, commonly referred to as NAJCOP, this group partly functioned through conferences sponsored by the Council of Jewish Federations. By the 1968 conference in Detroit, "the idea of forming a National Association for Jewish Professional Community Organization Personnel took root." A letter concerning the creation of the National Association of Jewish Professional Community Organization Personnel along with other correspondence can be found in Box 17, Folder 12. Located in Box 17, Folder 15 are numerous reports relating to both the Council of Jewish Federations and NAJCOP. While Box 17, Folder 13 holds the programming materials for the 1978 Atlantic City (New Jersey) conference entitled, "Intermediate Cities," Box 17, Folder 14 holds the proceedings for this meeting. The items located in Box 17, Folder 11 include a pamphlet and brochure affiliated with the annual conference and lecture series affiliated with both the Council of Jewish Federations and NAJCOP.

BoxFolderTitleDate
17 11 Brochures 1978, 1980
17 12 Correspondence 1969, 1973
17 13 Informational Packets 1978
17 14 Proceedings 1978
17 15 Reports 1969-1970, 1986-1987

Subseries C: International Conference of Jewish Communal Service, 1971, 1981, 1984-1985

English.
Box 17, Folder 16.
Scope and Content:

In order to assist and impact the international Jewish communal service field annual conferences were held in Israel in which numerous organizations and individuals were invited to attend and participate. Box 17, Folder 16 pertains to AJCOP's affiliation with this association. In particular, this folder contains Mandelkorn's thoughts and impressions about this conference over a 14-year timeframe.

BoxFolderTitleDate
17 16 Miscellaneous 1971, 1981, 1984-1985

Subseries D: World Conference of Jewish Communal Service, undated, 1988

English.
Box 17, Folder 17.
Scope and Content:

The materials located in Box 17, Folder 17 relates to the 1988 World Conference of Jewish Communal Services in Jerusalem, Israel. Originally known as the International Conference of Jewish Communal Services (see: Box 17, Folder 16), the 1988 conference theme was entitled, "Jewish Continuity: Transmitting Jewish Knowledge and Experience through Jewish Communal Service."

BoxFolderTitleDate
17 17 Travel Information undated, 1988
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Series XII: Photographs, undated, 1972, 1978, 1982-1988

English.
Box 18, Folders 1-20.
Arrangement:

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Scope and Content:

Series XII consists primarily of photographs of the members of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel (AJCOP). While there are a few individual portraits of the AJCOP members the bulk of the photographs are of groups of individuals who attended various AJCOP meetings, such as the Annual Meetings, Regional Meetings, and Conference Programs. Please note that Box 18, Folder 18 contains correspondence and memorandum regarding this collection and not images.

The 1982 black and white photographs from the Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California are located in Box 18, Folder 1 while the photographs from that year's Regional Meeting in Chicago, Illinois can be found in Box 18, Folder 12. The black and white portrait of Ferne Katleman, Director of Continuing Professional Education Program for CJF, is located in Box 18, Folder 6. The color photographs from the 1984 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California along with the black and white portrait of Henry Rosenbaum are located in Box 18, Folder 16. Box 18, Folder 3 comprises the two black and white photographs from the CJCS Annual Meeting in 1982 that were later published in AJCOP's ProLog newsletter, while Box 18, Folder 4 consists of two color photographs from the 1984 CJCS Annual Meeting. The color photographs from the 1983 Annual Meeting in Concord, NY is located in Box 18, Folder 14 and the images from the 1987 Annual Meeting in Cleveland, Ohio can be found in Box 18, Folder 2. The photographs from the 1986 Conference Program in Cleveland, Ohio can be found in Box 18, Folder 5. Color photographs from the following Leadership Meetings can be found in Box 18, Folder 8 (1984 in Washington, D.C.), Box 18, Folder 9 (1986 in New York NY), Box 18, Folder 10 (1987 in New York, NY), and Box 18, Folder 11 (in New York, NY). Color photographs from the 1983 Regional AJCOP meeting in Chicago, Illinois are in Box 18, Folder 20. Unfortunately, the images located in Box 18, Folder 7 from the 1986 General Assembly meeting in Chicago, Illinois are of poor quality and blurry. In addition, no one included in these pictures have been identified. Lastly, the numerous photographs found in both Box 18, Folder 18 and Box 18, Folder 19 are labeled "Miscellaneous" as the identifying features of the event or location can not be discerned.

The following individuals are identified in these photographs (corresponding box and folder is listed next to the names):
Tina Begleiter: Box 18, Folder 19
James Berger: Box 18, Folder 20
Mark Berger: Box 18, Folder 13
Irving Bernstein: Box 18, Folder 19
William Bernstein: Box 18, Folder 19
Melvyn Bloom: Box 18, Folder 5, Box 18, Folder 19
Irving Bernstein: Box 18, Folder 5
Marcia Bronstein: Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 18, Box 18, Folder 19
Mike Brody: Box 18, Folder 13
Gerald Bubis: Box 18, Folder 18
Ruby Bubis: Box 18, Folder 18
Sally Chasman: Box 18, Folder 16
Ben Cohen: Box 18, Folder 12
Bernard Cohen: Box 18, Folder 19
Diane Cohen: Box 18, Folder 11
Joe Cohen: Box 18, Folder 13
Ted Comet: Box 18, Folder 5
Joel Dang: Box 18, Folder 15
Bernard Dubin: Box 18, Folder 9
Steve Edelstein: Box 18, Folder 10, Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 18, Box 18, Folder 19
Ruth Elbaum: Box 18, Folder 20
Ted Faber: Box 18, Folder 15
Herschel Feldman: Box 18, Folder 19, Box 18, Folder 20
Ted Feldstein: Box 18, Folder 19
Milton Feinberg: Box 18, Folder 18
Jane Fogul: Box 18, Folder 18
Avrom Fox: Box 18, Folder 8, Box 18, Folder 9
Jack Frank: Box 18, Folder 20
Darrell Friedman: Box 18, Folder 5, Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 12, Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 15
Brenda Gavetz: Box 18, Folder 11
Alan Gill: Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 19, Box 18, Folder 20
Sandi Goldstein: Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 19
Sam Hatow: Box 18, Folder 18
Steve Hoffman: Box 18, Folder 5
Stanley Horowitz: Box 18, Folder 11
Joe Huber: Box 18, Folder 8, Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 19
Steve Huberman: Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 16, Box 18, Folder 18
Robert Hyfler: Box 18, Folder 19
Bob Hyman: Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 19
Richard Jacobs: Box 18, Folder 13
Eliot Karp: Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 18, Box 18, Folder 19
Ferne Katleman: Box 18, Folder 6, Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 14, Box 18, Folder 18
Judith Kaufman: Box 18, Folder 1, Box 18, Folder 5, Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 18
Conrad Kelley: Box 18, Folder 11
Irving Kessler: Box 18, Folder 18
Max Kleinman: Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 19
Sol Koenigburg: Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 20
Martin Kraar: Box 18, Folder 19, Box 18, Folder 20
Barnett Labowitz: Box 18, Folder 20
Judith Labowitz: Box 18, Folder 20
Morris Lapidos: Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 14, Box 18, Folder 19
Less Levitz: Box 18, Folder 16
Nate Lashak: Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 12, Box 18, Folder 13
Bill Lipper: Box 18, Folder 20
Ben Mandelkorn: Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 14, Box 18, Folder 16, Box 18, Folder 18
Rose Mandelkorn: Box 18, Folder 13
Dan Mann: Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 16, Box 18, Folder 18
Herman Markowitz: Box 18, Folder 20
Hans Mayer: Box 18, Folder 18
Fred Massarik: Box 18, Folder 19
Charles Miller: Box 18, Folder 13
Marci Morgan: Box 18, Folder 20
Herman Moskowitz: Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 14, Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 18
Yosef Muskin: Box 18, Folder 5, Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 19
Harry Nadler: Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 19
Steven Nasatir: Box 18, Folder 20
Marden Paru: Box 18, Folder 8, Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 12, Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 19
Matthew Penn: Box 18, Folder 18
Marcia Rapp: Box 18, Folder 18
John Rogul: Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 18, Box 18, Folder 19
Harold Rosen: Box 18, Folder 20
Henry Rosenbaum: Box 18, Folder 16
Mark Rothschild: Box 18, Folder 20
Frances Rubenzik: Box 18, Folder 20
Michael Ruven: Box 18, Folder 15
Rick Siedband: Box 18, Folder 19
Barry Shrage: Box 18, Folder 9
Leo Solomon: Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 12, Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 14
Morris Stein: Box 18, Folder 5, Box 18, Folder 12, Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 14, Box 18, Folder 18, Box 18, Folder 19
Stanley Swig: Box 18, Folder 20
Sam Taylor: Box 18, Folder 18
Bruce Warshal: Box 18, Folder 15
Howard Weisbard: Box 18, Folder 12, Box 18, Folder 13, Box 18, Folder 19
Meryl Weissman: Box 18, Folder 11
Pete Wells: Box 18, Folder 5, Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 18, Box 18, Folder 19
Jay Yoskowitz: Box 18, Folder 11
Bruce Yudewitz: Box 18, Folder 9
Mel Zanet: Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 20
Karl Zukerman: Box 18, Folder 8, Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 14, Box 18, Folder 18, Box 18, Folder 19
Rhea Zukerman: Box 18, Folder 8, Box 18, Folder 9, Box 18, Folder 11, Box 18, Folder 15, Box 18, Folder 18

BoxFolderTitleDate
18 1 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California 1982
18 2 Annual Meeting in Cleveland, Ohio 1987
18 3 CJCS Annual Meeting 1982
18 4 CSCS Meeting in Georgia 1984
18 5 Conference Program in Cleveland, Ohio 1986
18 6 Ferne Katleman 1983
18 7 General Assembly in Chicago, Illinois 1986
18 8 Leadership Meeting in Washington, D.C. 1984
18 9 Leadership Meeting in New York 1986
18 10 Leadership Meeting in New York 1987
18 11 Leadership Meeting in New York 1988
18 12 Meeting in Chicago, Illinois 1982
18 13 Meeting in Washington, D.C. 1983
18 14 Meeting in Concord, New York 1983
18 15 Meeting (Location unknown) 1987
18 16 Meeting in Los Angeles, California 1984
18 17 Memorandum undated
18 18 Miscellaneous undated, 1972, 1978, 1982, 1985-1988
18 19 Miscellaneous undated, 1972, 1978, 1982, 1985-1987
18 20 Regional Meeting in Chicago, Illinois 1983
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