Guide to the Oscar Isaiah Janowsky (1900- ) Papers,
undated, 1916-1993

P-874

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Oscar Isaiah Janowsky (1900-1993)
Title: Oscar I. Janowsky Papers
Dates:undated, 1916-1993
Abstract: University professor, historian, and scholar Oscar I. Janowsky sought to understand Jewish culture and human rights in light of modern anti-Semitism, imperialism, and pluralistic states. Throughout his robust career he was a professor of history at the City College of New York, he also served as an advisor to League of Nations High Commissioner James G. McDonald, directed and authored major studies in the fields of Jewish community centers and education. The papers in this collection include his correspondence with colleagues and friends, research notes and article drafts, and his unpublished memoirs.
Languages: The collection is in English, French, German, Hebrew, Polish, Yiddish.
Quantity: 24 linear ft. (45 Manuscript boxes and 6 Card boxes)
Identification: P-874
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
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Biographical Note

Oscar I. Janowsky was born on January 15, 1900 in Suchowola, Poland to Aaron and Dina (Bobre) Janowsky. In 1910 the Janowsky’s immigrated to the United States. In 1921 he graduated from City College of New York with a BSS. He then went on to earn his Ph.D. in History from Columbia University in 1933. In 1922 he married Pauline; they had three children Sylvia, Melvin, and Tamar. They remained married until her death in the 1980s. Sometime thereafter he married Lillian who cared for him in the remaining years.

Oscar Janowsky served as Professor of History at City College of New York from 1922 until his retirement in 1966. During his tenure at the college he initiated the development of the MA Liberal Arts program and served as the Director of Graduate Studies (1951-1957). Additionally, he served as part of the doctoral faculty at City University of New York while there he assisted in the development of the doctoral history program. Upon his retirement in 1966 he was named the Jacob Ziskind Visiting Professor of History and Contemporary Jewish Studies at Brandeis University.

Much of Janowsky’s research focused on the common ground between Jewish Studies and general subjects with special emphasis on modern history. The courses he taught focused on international relations and imperialism, the rights of national minorities, Jewish history and literature, American Jewry, Israel, and modern European history. If one were to take his research as journey of discovery to discovery, the common theme would be seeking an understanding of minority rights and culture in pluralistic societies.

Initially Oscar studied the effects of imperialism on national minorities in Europe. His first major work Jews and Minority Rights (1898-1919) was published in 1933. Due to his research he served as an advisor (1935-1936) to League of Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, James G. McDonald, whom he assisted in the writing of McDonald's Letter of Resignation. The following year he, along with Melvin Fagan, wrote International Aspects of German Racial Policies (1937). He then traveled throughout the Balkans and East-Central Europe researching the problems of national minorities, these travels and his notes were used in the writing of People at Bay: The Jewish Problem in East-Central Europe (1938) and later Nationalities and National Minorities (1945).

Following his time abroad Janowsky returned to the United States, and with other Jewish scholars sought to understand the place of American Jews within American culture and how best to combat anti-Semitism in the United States. Their efforts were edited by Janowsky in The American Jew: A Composite Portrait (1942). Due to his research and knowledge of American Jewry, he was commissioned by the National Jewish Welfare Board to direct a study on the Jewish orientation of Jewish community centers in the United States by surveying 300 community centers. The results where published in the seminal JWB Survey (1948) also known as the “Janowsky Report.” His recommendations emphasized the Jewish cultural aspects of the centers rather than non-sectarian programming.

Continuing to examine Jewish life in the United States and the changes taking place in community centers, Janowsky sought to understand how Jewish teachers were trained. In 1952 he was named Chairman of the Commission for the Study of Jewish Education in the United States. Along with U.Z. Engelmann, Janowsky, working for the commission, organized and directed the study of Jewish Education in the United States. His research in the field of Jewish Education was published in The Education of American Jewish Teachers (1967).

For most of his academic career he served as member of various groups working to establish and support the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. These included the Board of Governors, the Academic Council, where he served as chairman, and the American Friends of Hebrew University. He also organized the American Student Program for the university. Sometime in the 1950s his research interests changed again, this time focusing on the welfare-state policies practiced in Israel. His findings are covered in his Foundations of Israel: Emergence of a Welfare State (1959).

Nearing the end of his career, he returned to the study of American Jewry and in 1964 edited The American Jew: A Reappraisal (1964) more than two decades after the original examination of Jews and Jewish culture in the United States was published. Two years later Janowsky retired from his post at City College and moved to the community of Rossmoor in New Jersey. From the time of his retirement until his death in 1993, he continued to serve the academic and Jewish communities as a teacher and scholar. From the study of Jewish and other minorities facing turmoil in Europe, to Jewish community centers and education in the United States, to the establishment of Israel’s welfare policies, Oscar Janowsky’s research is both broad and deep.

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Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of the personal and professional correspondence, research files, various clippings, and work of Oscar I. Janowsky.

Series I: Academic

His work as a professor and administrator is documented in Series I: Academic. This bulk of this series documents his career at the City College of New York. Of particular interest are those files pertaining to his work establishing City College's graduate program in history. This includes correspondence to colleagues and college officials, and committee meeting minutes and reports. During his tenure at City College, Janowsky was integral to the establishment of the Metropolitan New York Area Studies department by securing grants from the Rockefeller and Stuart Hirschmann Foundations. Related to his research is the file containing his coursework for a class on modern imperialism.

This series also documents his work with the American Friends of Hebrew University and Hebrew University where he served as a member of the Academic Council, Library Committee, and Board of Governors. The type of records found here include correspondence, meeting minutes, and reports. In addition to this material are an assortment of correspondence with colleagues, friends, students, and other universities.

Series II: League of Nations

His work with the League of Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, James G. McDonald is documented in the second series of this collection. Due to the differing types of material, the series required additional division into subseries. The first subseries contains the correspondence of Janowsky with associates and others. The second subseries contains correspondence, diaries, and reports of Commissioner McDonald. Of particular importance is a copy of McDonald’s letter of resignation. Along with this letter are various clippings and correspondence collected by Janowsky in the aftermath of McDonald’s resignation.

Janowsky’s work as an advisor and scholar in pre-war Europe, specifically his research and observations on the plight of minorities, especially Jews, is documented in the sub-series three, titled Papers and Reports. Much of the material here is part of his larger research files associated with minorities found in Series IV: Research and Writings – Sub-series 1. These papers were not moved due to issues of original order. Found in this sub-series are the notes and drafts of two of his major works International Aspects of German Racial Policies, which he coauthored with Melvin Fagan, and People at Bay.

Sub-series four that contains a number of photographs. A unique document in this collection is the photo-essay, "Pictorial experiences of a Dutch motor cyclist," depicting German anti-Semitism through various signage.

Series III: Personal

This series contains material related to the personal and professional life of Oscar Janowsky as researcher and scholar. This series has been divided into six sub-series due to the various types of documents and their content.

The first sub-series is an assortment of clippings, notes, notices, mailings, records, and speeches made by Oscar Janowsky throughout his career. Of particular interest to the researcher are Janowsky’s obituary and his official records and credentials.

The second grouping is his correspondence to various friends, colleagues, and associates. These include such notable figures as Cyrus Adler, Morton Gottschall, Louis Brandeis, Felix Frankfurter, James, T. Shotwell, Salo Baron, and many others. Topically this material is quite diverse and ranges from a personal statement made to his youngest child and her husband to correspondence with Hebrew University regarding Janowsky’s honorary doctorate.

The third sub-series contains the diaries of Oscar Janowsky from 1917 to 1988 with gaps. The format of this material consists of loose sheets that appear to have been part of a bound volume and small day planners that were used as diaries.

An unpublished autobiography is found in the fourth sub-series. The memoirs of Oscar Janowsky can be found here in draft form with various notes and marginalia found throughout the sub-series. The manuscript appears to be complete with the exception of a chapter 2.

The fifth sub-series contains various printed mementos and memorabilia collected during his trips abroad. The last sub-series contains various photos of Janowsky with colleagues and unnamed persons.

Series IV: Research and Writings

This series contains the bulk of this collection. Included in this series is an assortment of clippings, notes, and correspondence documenting the thought processes and observations made in the course of producing works related to his research interests. This series was divided into three parts based primarily on content, except in the case of the note cards.

The first sub-series documents the main focus of his research efforts. These include such topics as American Jewry and anti-Semitism to Human Rights and Jewish Community Centers to Israel and Minorities. Within this topical arrangement the researcher will find all of Janowsky’s notes, clippings, drafts, articles, and assorted information pertaining to each topic.

The second sub-series contains an assortment of clippings from newspapers and journals on a variety of topics ranging from the clearly defined "Media Bias in Headlines" to the ambiguously titled “Cynical, Droll, Antics, Sloganeering.” These clippings, while not part of the larger research file, are tangentially connected to the research interests of Janowsky.

The third sub-series contains the note cards related to the research of Oscar Janowsky. These have been left in the arrangement as found in his file cabinet. They contain notes and clippings related to his major interests found in the research files and his minor interests as found in the clippings folders. Any researcher should consider examining these for additional information; while they may lack the overall depth of his main research files, they should be considered supplemental to them.

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Arrangement

The arrangement of this collection has been imposed by the processing archivist with the intention of maintaining the order in which the documents were found. At the start of processing, it was determined that prior attempts had been made in organizing the collection or at the very least estimating the research value of the papers contained within. No continuity either of content or record type was found upon initial inspection. The imposed arrangement was made based on an understanding of Janowsky’s career and research interests and what might be of interest to potential researchers. Where this could be accomplished while still maintaining some original order, changes were made. In short, the order of the collection is not that of Oscar Janowsky but of the processing archivist and therefore certain oversights and errors are wholly his.

The folders within series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents, followed by terms that are more specific. These were then placed in alphabetical order and then chronological order.

Additionally all Photographs, and atypical documents are given their own series for research purposes. The note cards have been left in the order as found in a small file cabinet.

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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

The collection is open to all researchers by permission of the Executive Director of the American Jewish Historical Society, except items that are restricted due to their fragility. For more information, contact:
American Jewish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY, 10011
email: reference@ajhs.org

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Related Material

The partners of the Center for Jewish History’s library, print and archival holdings contain an abundance of material related to Oscar Janowsky. These include all of his monographs, articles, and edited works. The following list represents some additional materials that the researcher will find relevant to the academic and professional work of Oscar Janowsky. The following list of material has been organized by topic.

For related material regarding his work and research interests during his early career namely, his work with the League of Nations and the study of Jews and other minorities consider looking in the following:

High Commission for Refugees from Germany Collection 1933-1935 (LBI AR 7162)

The Papers of James G. McDonald at Columbia University

League of Nations. Report of the Governing Body of the High Commission for Refugees (Jewish and Other) Coming from Germany, 1934 (YIVO Call #00003852)

League of Nations. Petition in Support of the Letter of Resignation of James G. McDonald, addressed to the XVIIth plenary Assembly of the League of Nations, 1936. (YIVO Call #0000025184)

James G. McDonald's letter of resignation as League of Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 1935 (YIVO Call # 00025175 and LBI Call # f DD 253 M2)

Two works on James G. McDonald edited by Richard Breitman, Barbara McDonald Stewart, and Severin Hochberg titled:

James G. Mcdonald: Advocate for the Doomed (AJHS Call # E748.M1475 A3 2007 and YIVO Call # 000122894)

Refugees and Rescue : the Diaries and Papers of James G. McDonald, 1935-1945 (AJHS Call # E748.M1475 A3 2009 and YIVO 000127078)

For additional material related to Jewish Community Centers and American Jewry see:

National Jewish Welfare Board, Army-Navy Division records, 1917-1955 (AJHS I-180)

Jewish Educational Service of North America records, undated, 1939-. (AJHS I-75)

Louis Kraft papers, undated, 1914-1975. (AJHS P-673)

National Jewish Welfare Board records, undated, 1889-1995. (AJHS I-337)

National Jewish Welfare Board. Community Center Division. (YIVO Call # 0070.080)

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); Oscar I. Janowsky Papers; P-874; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY, and Boston, MA.

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Acquisition Information

The papers were given to the American Jewish Historical Society by Mr. Janowsky in three accessions: 1993.019; 1993.130; 1994.001.

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Access Points

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Container List

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Series I: Academic, 1916-1991

3.25 linear feet. (6.5 boxes), Box 1, Folder 1 to Box 7, Folder 4.
Arrangement:

The folders within series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents, followed by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order and finally, chronological order.

Scope and Content:

His work as a professor and administrator is documented in Series I: Academic. This bulk of this series documents his career at the City College of New York. Of particular interest are those file pertaining to his work establishing the graduate program in history. This includes correspondence to colleagues and college officials, committee meeting minutes and reports. During his tenure at City College, Janowsky was integral to the establishment of the Metropolitan New York Area Studies department by securing grants from the Rockefeller and Stuart Hirschmann Foundations. Of related interest to his research is the file containing his coursework for a class on modern imperialism.

This series also documents his work with the American Friends of Hebrew University and Hebrew University where he served as a member of the Academic Council, Library Committee, and Board of Governors. The type of records found here include various correspondence, meeting minutes, and reports. In addition to this material are an assortment of correspondence with colleagues, friends, students, and other Universities.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
11Assorted - Correspondence - Colleagues, Friends, Students (1 of 2)1933-1991request_box
12Assorted - Correspondence - Colleagues, Friends, Students (2 of 2)1933-1991request_box
13Assorted - Correspondence - Students (1 of 2)1934-1992request_box
14Assorted - Correspondence - Students (2 of 2)1934-1992request_box
15Assorted - Hebrew Teachers College1966request_box
16Assorted - Tel Aviv University1963-1972request_box
17Brandeis - Town Center and Bookstore1963-1972request_box
18Brandeis - Visiting Professors Department1963-1967request_box
19City College of New York - Accomplishments1938-1962request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
21City College of New York - Award Committees1947-1952request_box
22City College of New York - Avukah-Menorah1933-1952request_box
23City College of New York - Centennial Preparation1945-1948request_box
24City College of New York - Correspondence1936-1971request_box
25City College of New York - Correspondence - City College Presidents1932-1975request_box
26City College of New York - Civilian Defense Council1943-1948request_box
27City College of New York - Course: Decline of Western Imperialism: 1919-19391943-1961request_box
28City College of New York - Doctorate of History Program1962-1965request_box
29City College of New York - Faculty Research Committee1938-1939request_box
210City College of New York - Four-College Committee on Graduate Studies (1 of 2)1951-1953request_box
211City College of New York - Four-College Committee on Graduate Studies (2 of 2)1951-1953request_box
212City College of New York - Four-College Committee on Graduate Studies - Report and Supplement1952request_box
213City College of New York - Graduate Committee on International Relations1951-1956request_box
214City College of New York - Graduate Program - International Studies1951-1952request_box
215City College of New York - Graduate Studies - Clippings and Correspondence - Biographical1951-1963request_box
216City College of New York - Graduate Studies - Coordinating Committee1951-1956request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
31City College of New York - Graduate Studies - Correspondence - New York Area Studies1954request_box
32City College of New York - Graduate Studies - Memorandum and Minutes1951-1964request_box
33City College of New York - Graduate Studies - Minutes and Questionnaire1950-1966request_box
34City College of New York - Graduate Studies - Preparation1950-1951request_box
35City College of New York - Graduate Studies - Reports (1 of 2)1944-1955request_box
36City College of New York - Graduate Studies - Reports (2 of 2)1944-1955request_box
37City College of New York - Graduate Studies - Reports1955-1965request_box
38City College of New York - Reports - Inquiry and Report in Preparation of a Program of Graduate Studies - Copy 11951 Februaryrequest_box
39City College of New York - Reports - Inquiry and Report in Preparation of a Program of Graduate Studies - Copy 21951 Februaryrequest_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
41City College of New York - Grant - Stuart Hirschmann Foundation1954-1971request_box
42City College of New York - Grant - Rockefeller Foundation (1 of 2)1936-1959request_box
43City College of New York - Grant - Rockefeller Foundation (2 of 2)1936-1959request_box
44City College of New York - History Department1916-1951request_box
45City College of New York - History Department1962-1965request_box
46City College of New York - Masters of History Program Committee1962-1963request_box
47City College of New York - Metropolitan New York Area Studies1954-1960request_box
48City College of New York - Miscellaneous1939-1942request_box
49City College of New York - Resignation as Director of Graduate Studie1956-1957request_box
410City College of New York - Retirement1964-1968request_box
411City College of New York - Speeches1948-1965request_box
412City College of New York - Students and Alumni1964-1967request_box
413City College of New York - War Service Committee1944-1945request_box
414Hebrew University - Academic Council1949-1957request_box
415Hebrew University - Academic Council1963-1968request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
51Hebrew University - Academic Council - Functionary Letters1950-1965request_box
52Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University1935-1972request_box
53Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - Academic Council (1 of 2)1949-1968request_box
54Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - Academic Council (2 of 2)1949-1968request_box
55Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - Academic Council - Report to the Board1959 Januaryrequest_box
56Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - Academic Council - Reports, Lists, and Summaries1950-1960request_box
57Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - American Student Program1955-1968request_box
58Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - American Student Program (1 of 3)1955-1965request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
61Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - American Student Program (2 of 3)1955-1965request_box
62Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - American Student Program (3 of 3)1955-1965request_box
63Hebrew University - American Friends of the Hebrew University - Correspondence1937-1954request_box
64Hebrew University - American Friends of the Hebrew University - Correspondence1954-1968request_box
65Hebrew University - American Friends of the Hebrew University - Correspondence - Retirement1954-1972request_box
66Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - Luncheon in Honor of O.I. Janowsky1976 May 19request_box
67Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - Library Committee1951-1962request_box
68Hebrew University - American Friends of Hebrew University - Student Program / Report1959-1967request_box
69Hebrew University - American Students1955-1964request_box
610Hebrew University - American Student Program1960request_box
611Hebrew University - Board of Governors1942-1968request_box
612Hebrew University - General Meetings1953-1965request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
71Hebrew University - Students - Progress/Records (1 of 3)1954-1969request_box
72Hebrew University - Students - Progress/Records (2 of 3)1954-1969request_box
73Hebrew University - Students - Progress/Records (3 of 3)1954-1969request_box
74Hebrew University - Wise Conflict1961-1962request_box
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Series II: League of Nations, undated, 1929-1964

1.0 linear ft. (2 Boxes), Box 7, Folder 5 to Box 9, Folder 7.
Arrangement:

The folders within this series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders, arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

Janowsky's work with the League of Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, James G. McDonald, is documented in the second series of this collection. Due to the differing types of material, the series required additional division into sub-series. The first series contains the correspondence of Janowsky with associates and others. The second series contains the papers, correspondence, diaries, and reports of Commissioner McDonald. Of particular interest to anyone researching intelligence found by the League of Nations about German policies regarding Jews and other minorities is McDonald’s letter of resignation and the related material. Along with this letter are various clippings and correspondence collected by Janowsky in the aftermath of McDonald’s resignation.

Janowsky’s work as an advisor and scholar in pre-war Europe, specifically his research and observations on the plight of minorities, especially Jews, is documented in the sub-series three, titled Papers and Reports. Much of the material here is part of his larger research files associated with minorities that are found in Series IV: Research and Writings – sub-series 1. However, due to issues of original order, the papers were not moved to that series. Found in this sub-series are the notes and drafts of two of his major works International Aspects of German Racial Policies, which he coauthored, with Melvin Fagan, and People at Bay.

There is also a sub-series that contains a number of photographs. A unique document in this collection is the photo-essay "Pictorial experiences of a Dutch motor cyclist," depicting German anti-Semitism through various signage.

Subseries 1: Correspondence, 1936-1940

0.071 linear feet (2 folders). Box 7, Folder 5 to Box 7, Folder 6.
Arrangement:

The folders within series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contains the correspondence of Janowsky with associates and others during his time with the League of.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
75Correspondence1936-1939request_box
76Correspondence - After the European Study Tour1936-1940request_box

Subseries 2: James G. McDonald, 1935-1964

0.25 linear feet. (0.5 boxes). Box 7, Folder 7 to Box 7, Folder 14.
Arrangement:

The folders within this series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders, that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contains the papers, correspondence, diaries, and reports of Commissioner McDonald. Of particular interest to anyone researching intelligence found by the League of Nations about German policies regarding Jews and other minorities is McDonald’s letter of resignation and the related material. Along with this letter are various clippings and correspondence collected by Janowsky in the aftermath of McDonald’s resignation.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
77Correspondence1935request_box
78Correspondence1941-1964request_box
79Diary1935-1964request_box
710Letter of Resignation1935 December 27request_box
711Letter of Resignation - Aftermath1935-1937request_box
712Letter of Resignation - Correspondence1935request_box
713M.R. Cohen1935-1953request_box
714Repercussions of the McDonald Letter of Resignation1939request_box

Subseries 3: Papers and Reports, 1929-1945

0.66 linear feet. (1.3 boxes). Box 8, Folder 1 to Box 9, Folder 4.
Arrangement:

The folders within this series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contains Janowsky’s work as an advisor and scholar in pre-war Europe, specifically his research and observations on the plight of minorities, especially Jews, is documented in the sub-series titled Papers and Reports. Much of the material here is part of his larger research files associated with minorities that are found in Series IV: Research and Writings – sub-series 1. sub-series 1. However, due to issues of original order, the papers were not moved to that series. Found in this sub-series are the notes and drafts of two of his major works: International Aspects of German Racial Policies" which he coauthored, with Melvin Fagan, and People at Bay.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
81Congresses (1 of 2)1935-1936request_box
82Congresses (2 of 2)1935-1936request_box
83Czechoslovakia1936request_box
84Documents Relating to the Protection of Minorities1929 June 13request_box
85International Aspects of German Racial Policies 1937-1945request_box
86Papers on Refugees (1 of 3)1933-1943request_box
87Papers on Refugees (2 of 3)1933-1943request_box
88Papers on Refugees (3 of 3)1933-1943request_box
89People at Bay: The Jewish Problem in East-Central Europe1937-1939request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
91Poland1936request_box
92Polish Jewry and Minorities1936request_box
93Refugees1935-1936request_box
94Interviews1936request_box

Subseries 4: Photos, undated, 1935-1954

0.125 linear feet. (3 folders). Box 9, Folder 5 to Box, 9 Folder 7.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contains a number of photographs. A unique document in this collection is the photo-essay Pictorial experiences of a Dutch motor cyclist depicting German anti-Semitism through various signage.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
95Germany - Pictorial experiences of a Dutch motor cyclist1935-1954request_box
96Polandundatedrequest_box
97Portraitsundatedrequest_box
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Series III: Personal, undated, 1916-1993

4.125 linear feet. (7.625 boxes and 1 file card box). Box 9, Folder 8 to Box 18, Folder 8 and Box 46.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This series contains material related to the personal and professional life of Oscar Janowsky as both a researcher and scholar. This series has been divided into six sub-series due to the various types of documents and their content.

The first sub-series is an assortment of clippings, notes, notices, mailings, records, and speeches made by Oscar Janowsky throughout his career. Of particular interest to the researcher are Janowsky’s obituary and his official records and credentials.

The second grouping is contains Janowsky's correspondence to various friends, colleagues, and associates. These include such notable figures as Cyrus Adler, Morton Gottschall, Louis Brandeis, Felix Frankfurter, James T. Shotwell, Salo Baron, and many others. Topically this material is quite diverse and ranges from the personal -- a statement made to his youngest child and her husband -- to correspondence with Hebrew University regarding Janowsky’s honorary doctorate.

The third sub-series contain the diaries of Oscar Janowsky from 1917 to 1988 with gaps. The format of this material consists of loose sheets that appear to have been part of a bound volume and small day planners that were used as diaries.

An unpublished autobiography is found in the fourth sub-series. The memoirs of Oscar Janowsky can be found here in draft form with various notes and marginalia found throughout the sub-series. The manuscript appears to be complete with the exception of a chapter 2. The clarity on the whereabouts is unknown, is it missing or was simply mislabeled by Janowsky in the course of filing.

The fifth sub-series contains various printed mementos and memorabilia collected during his various trips abroad. The last sub-series contain various photos of Janowsky with colleagues and unnamed persons.

Subseries 1: Assorted, undated, 1922-1993

0.875 linear feet. (1.625 boxes). Box 9 , Folder 8 to Box 11, Folder 7.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series is an assortment of clippings, notes, notices, mailings, records, and speeches made by Oscar Janowsky throughout his career. Of particular interest to the researcher are Janowsky’s obituary and his official records and credentials.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
98Addresses and Statements1935-1976request_box
99American Jewish Archives - Disposal of Papers1988-1993request_box
910American Jewish Historical Society1965-1977request_box
911American Jewish Historical Society - Papers and Memoirs1981request_box
912Articles Citing Janowsky1940-1963request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
101Biographical Information1935-1984request_box
102Biographical Information1966-1976request_box
103Biographical Information - Contactsundatedrequest_box
104Brandeis1961-1972request_box
105Lectures - Comments and Critiques1933-1965request_box
106Credentials and Records1917-1966request_box
107Early Career1925-1945request_box
108Honors and Awards - Jewish Organization1936-1988request_box
109Involvements1936-1962request_box
1010Leadership1934-1954request_box
1011Obituaries - Friends1971-1993request_box
1012Obituary and Eulogy - Janowsky1993request_box
1013Memorial - Lev, Aryeh1945 May 9request_box
1014Memorial - Schapiro, Jacob Salwyn1974 March 24request_box
1015Miscellaneousundated, 1935-1990request_box
1016Phi Beta Kappa1942-1964request_box
1017Records1922-1970request_box
1018Retirement: Voluntary and Otherwise1966-1970request_box
1019Rossmoor - Involvement1988-1992request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
111Rossmoor - Project: Reading Hebrew1984-1988request_box
112Rossmoor - Talks and Lectures1973-1988request_box
113Rossmoor - Torah Reading and Library1982-1988request_box
114Selected Comments, Tributes, Etc.1939-1976request_box
115Service to the Academic Community1954-1960request_box
116Speeches - Award Banquets1975-1976request_box
117United Jewish Appeal1937-1956request_box

Subseries 2: Correspondence, undated, 1917-1992

1.75 linear feet. (3.75 boxes). Box 11, Folder8 to Box 15, Folder 16.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contains correspondence to various friends, colleagues, and associates. These include such notable figures as Cyrus Adler, Morton Gottschall, Louis Brandeis, Felix Frankfurter, James T. Shotwell, Salo Baron, and many others. Topically this material is quite diverse and ranges from the personal -- a statement made to his youngest child and her husband -- to correspondence with Hebrew University regarding Janowsky’s honorary doctorate.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
118Correspondence1921-1928request_box
119Correspondence1930-1935request_box
1110Correspondence1931-1968request_box
1111Correspondence1934-1948request_box
1112Correspondence1935-1992request_box
1113Correspondence1936-1939request_box
1114Correspondence1936-1941request_box
1115Correspondence1937-1941request_box
1116Correspondence1940-1945request_box
1117Correspondence1945-1949request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
121Correspondence1950-1959request_box
122Correspondence1960-1967request_box
123Correspondence1970-1971request_box
124Acknowledgements1956-1987request_box
125Adler, Cyrus1930-1933request_box
126Assorted1951-1981request_box
127B'nai B'rith1954-1965request_box
128Baron, Salo W. and Koppel S. Pinson1937-1948request_box
129Benderley, Samson 1940-1943request_box
1210Cohen, Gershon - Alexander Schindler - Meir Ben-Horin1949-1983request_box
1211Cohen, Morris1935request_box
1212Conferences1941-1946request_box
1213Consultations and Projects1934-1976request_box
1214Finkelstein, Louis1942-1958request_box
1215Fund Raising1952-1960request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
131General1947-1985request_box
132Goldberg, Joshua L. 1935request_box
133Gottschall, Morton 1928-1960request_box
134Haddassah1940-1977request_box
135Help to Others1933-1971request_box
136Histadrut1964-1966request_box
137Honors and Awards1945-1971request_box
138Honors and Awards - Alumni Association of the City College of New York - Townsend Harris Medal1971-1983request_box
139Honors and Awards - American Jewish Historical Society - Lee M. Friedman Award1975request_box
1310Honors and Awards - Hebrew University1966-1982request_box
1311Honors and Awards - Honorary Degree - Hebrew Union College1966-1967request_box
1312Honors and Awards - Honorary Degree - Jewish Theological Seminary of America1965-1966request_box
1313Jewish Publication Society1955-1969request_box
1314Important1919-1991request_box
1315Important Letters1943-1988request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
141Important Letters1952-1979request_box
142Invitations for Leadership and Assistance1936-1970request_box
143Kaplan, Mordecai M.1964-1975request_box
144Klapper, Paul (1 of 2)1930-1959request_box
145Klapper, Paul (2 of 2)1930-1959request_box
146Klutznick, Philip1946-1963request_box
147Laski, Neville J.1935request_box
148Legal1931-1947request_box
149Letters of Congratulations1967request_box
1410Letters on Writings or Correspondence1965-1977request_box
1411Magnes, Judah L.1937-1938request_box
1412Marcus, Jacob R.1948-1980request_box
1413Memo to Tamar and Tedundatedrequest_box
1414Miscellaneous1935-1988request_box
1415Early Academic Life1917-1933request_box
1416Rabinowicz, Oskar 1957-1971request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
151Sachar, Abram L.1960-1986request_box
152Samuel, Maurice 1942-1967request_box
153Schapiro, J. Salwyn1933-1960request_box
154Shotwell, James T.1938-1959request_box
155Special Involvements1930-1948request_box
156United Jewish Appeal for Refugees and Overseas Needs1939-1944request_box

Subseries 3: Diaries, 1917-1988

1.25 linear feet. (1.5 boxes and 1 card box). Box 15, Folder 7 to Box 16, Folder 7 and Box 46.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contain the diaries of Oscar Janowsky from 1917 to 1988 with gaps. The format of this material consists of loose sheets that appear to have been part of a bound volume and small day planners that were used as diaries.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
157Diaries1917-1921request_box
158Diaries1922-1923request_box
159Diaries1924-1927request_box
1510Diaries1935 July-Decemberrequest_box
1511Diaries1936 request_box
1512Diaries1936 January 1-9request_box
1513Diaries - Prague1936request_box
1514Diaries - Graduate Studies1942-1957request_box
1515Diaries - Israel Tripsundated, 1953-1963request_box
1516Diaries1960-1961request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
161Diaries1982 September 25 - December 31request_box
162Diaries1983request_box
163Diaries1984request_box
164Diaries1985 January 1 - June 30request_box
165Diaries1985 July 1 - December 31request_box
166Diaries1986request_box
167Diaries1987-1988, January 1 - October 10request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
46Diaries - Day Planner1940-1941request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1942-1943request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1943-1944request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1944-1945request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1945-1946request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1949-1950request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1950-1951request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1951-1952request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1953-1954request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1958-1959request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1964-1965request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1965-1966request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1966-1967request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1967-1968request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1969-1970request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1974-1975request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1975-1976request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1976-1977request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1977-1978request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1978-1979request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1979-1980request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1980-1981request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1981-1982request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1982-1983request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1983-1984request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1984-1985request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1985-1986request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1986-1987request_box
46Diaries - Day Planner1987-1988request_box

Subseries 4: Memoirs, undated

0.7 linear feet. (1.2 boxes). Box 17, Folder 1 to Box 18, Folder 2.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

An unpublished autobiography is found in this sub-series. The memoirs of Oscar Janowsky can be found here in draft form with various notes and marginalia found throughout the sub-series. The manuscript appears to be complete with the exception of a chapter 2. The clarity on the whereabouts of the chapter is unknown as whether the chapter was missing or simply mislabeled by Janowsky in the course of filing.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
171Chapter 1: Childhood in Shtetl: 1900-1910undatedrequest_box
172Chapter 3: Toward a New World: My High School Yearsundatedrequest_box
173Chapter 4: On the Threshold: The College Years: February 1918-1921undatedrequest_box
174Chapter 5: Emergence of the Concept of Two Worldsundatedrequest_box
175Chapter 6: Paulineundatedrequest_box
176Chapter 7: College Studies, Graduation, and Beyondundatedrequest_box
177Chapter 8: The Image of the Young Adultundatedrequest_box
178Chapter 9: At the Crossroads, 1921-1924undatedrequest_box
179Chapter 10: Graduate Studies and Professional Preparationundatedrequest_box
1710Chapter 11: License to Teach in the Public Schools of New York Cityundatedrequest_box
1711Chapter 12: Appointment to City College Teaching Staffundatedrequest_box
1712Chapter 13: Marriage and Familyundatedrequest_box
1713Chapter 14: Consolidation of My Position in Higher Education, 1925-1935undatedrequest_box
1714Chapter 15: Completing the Ph.D.undatedrequest_box
1715Chapter 16: Tilting a Scholarly Lance: A Knight-Errant to the Rescueundatedrequest_box
1716Chapter 17: The MacDonald Letter of Resignationundatedrequest_box
1717Chapter 18: Study Tour of Minorities Statesundatedrequest_box
1718Chapters 18-19: Lettersundatedrequest_box
1719Chapters 18-19: Read for Checkingundatedrequest_box
1720Chapter 19: Polandundatedrequest_box
1721Chapter 20: Jewish Welfare Board Surveyundatedrequest_box
1722Appendixundatedrequest_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
181Manuscript Draftsundatedrequest_box
182Miscellaneousundatedrequest_box

Subseries 5: Mementos and Memorabilia, 1919-1968

0.25 linear feet. (0.5 boxes). Box 18, Folder 3 to Box 18, Folder 7.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contains various printed mementos and memorabilia collected during his trips abroad.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
183Danzig Guides1930-1933request_box
184Memorabilia1919-1960request_box
185Memorabilia1935-1966request_box
186Travel Mementos (1 of 2)1935-1968request_box
187Travel Mementos (2 of 2)1935-1968request_box

Subseries 6: Photos, 1947-1977

0.05 linear feet. (0.1 boxes). Box 18, Folder 8.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contain various photos of Janowsky with colleagues and unnamed persons.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
188Photos1947-1977request_box
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Series IV: Research and Writings, undated, 1915-1993

14.75 linear feet. (26.2 boxes and 5 card boxes). Box 18, Folder 9 to Box 45, Folder 18 and Box 47 to Box 48.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This series contains the bulk of the collection. Included in this series is an assortment of clippings, notes, and correspondence documenting Janowsky's thought processes and observations made in the course of producing works related to his research interests. This series was divided into three parts based primarily by content except in the case of the note cards.

The first sub-series documents the main focus of his research efforts. These include such topics as American Jewry and anti-Semitism to Human Rights and Jewish Community Centers to Israel and Minorities. Within this topical arrangement, the researcher will find all of Janowsky’s notes, clippings, drafts, articles, and assorted information pertaining to each topic.

The second sub-series contains an assortment of clippings from newspapers and journals on a variety of topics ranging from the clearly defined, "Media Bias in Headlines" to the ambiguously titled “Cynical, Droll, Antics, Sloganeering.” These clippings, while not part of the larger research files, and therefore might not be directly related, are tangentially connected to the research interests of Janowsky.

The third sub-series contains the note cards related to the research of Oscar Janowsky. These have been left in the arrangement as found in his file cabinet. They contain notes and clippings related to his major interests found in the research files and his minor interests as found in the clippings folders. Any researcher should consider examining these for additional information; while they may lack the overall depth of his main research files they should be considered supplemental to them.

Subseries 1: Research Files, undated, 1915-1993

12.5 linear feet. (24.25 boxes). Box 18, Folder 9 to Box 44, Folder 5.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series documents the main focus of his research efforts. These include such topics as American Jewry and anti-Semitism to Human Rights and Jewish Community Centers to Israel and Minorities. Within this topical arrangement the researcher will find all of Janowsky’s notes, clippings, drafts, articles, and assorted information pertaining to each topic.

BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
189American Jewry - Adler Diary: Interviews and Notes1915-1931request_box
1810American Jewry - American Jewish Communities1972request_box
1811American Jewry (1 of 2)1935-1977request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
191American Jewry (2 of 2)1935-1977request_box
192American Jewry - Courses1966-1972request_box
193American Jewry - The American Jew: A Composite Portrait1934-1943request_box
194American Jewry - The American Jew: A Composite Portrait - Editing and Correspondence (1 of 2)1962-1964request_box
195American Jewry - The American Jew: A Composite Portrait - Editing and Correspondence (2 of 2)1962-1964request_box
196American Jewry - American Jew: A Reappraisal1961-1964request_box
197American Jewry - American Jew: A Reappraisal - Editing and Correspondence1957-1959request_box
198American Jewry - American Jew: A Reappraisal - Reception Correspondence1961-1972request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
201American Jewry - Articles - Non-Sectarianism1949-1976request_box
202American Jewry - Articles - Non-Sectarianism1950-1973request_box
203American Jewry - Calling America - Planning1938-1943request_box
204American Jewry - The Changing American Jewish Community1962 June 4request_box
205American Jewry - Clippings - Articles on Jews in the United States1967-1976request_box
206American Jewry - The Ethnic Group Experience in the United States1970-1974request_box
207American Jewry - The Ethnic Group Experience in the United States - Correspondence - David Rothman1973request_box
208American Jewry - The Ethnic Group Experience in the United States - Correspondence, Reports, and Research (1 of 2)1968-1974request_box
209American Jewry - The Ethnic Group Experience in the United States - Correspondence, Reports, and Research (2 of 2)1968-1974request_box
2010American Jewry - Ethnic Project - Notesundatedrequest_box
2011American Jewry - Institute of Jewish Affairs1941-1943request_box
2012American Jewry - Jewish Tracts and Articles1958-1976request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
211American Jewry - Jews in the United States -Publications1948-1979request_box
212American Jewry - New Look at American Jewryundatedrequest_box
213American Jewry - Correspondence - ORT Economic Bulletin1939-1940request_box
214American Jewry - The Saga of Jewish Immigrationundatedrequest_box
215American Jewry - Survey of Hebrew Language and Cultural Activities in the United States1950-1957request_box
216American Jewry - Survey of Hebrew Language and Cultural Activities in the United States - Committee Minutes1949-1950request_box
217Antisemitism1965-1993request_box
218Anti-Semitism - Even Where There Are No Jews1940-1985request_box
219Anti-Semitism - Holocaust and Axis - Notesundatedrequest_box
2110Anti-Semitism - Holocaust - Clippings1967-1993request_box
2111Arab-Jewish Relations - Clippings - Arabs and the Middle East1957-1978request_box
2112Arab-Jewish Relations - Clippings - Jews in Arab and Muslim Lands1948-1978request_box
2113Arab-Jewish Relations - Correspondence - Arab-Jewish Relations Committee1943request_box
2114Arab-Jewish Relations - Maps - Ancient Orient and Palestine1916request_box
2115Arab-Jewish Relations - Maps - Middle East1956request_box
2116Arab-Jewish Relations - Notes - Arabs1939-1993request_box
2117Arab-Jewish Relations - Notes - Jewsundatedrequest_box
2118Arab-Jewish Relations - Palestine1941-1943request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
221Assorted - Controversies and Protests1930-1987request_box
222Assorted - Correspondence - Articles and Encyclopedias1961-1970request_box
223Assorted - Correspondence - National Historical Publications Commission1970request_box
224Assorted - Courses - Changing Concepts and Practices in International Cooperation1963request_box
225Assorted - Courses - Contemporary European Problems1925-1965request_box
226Assorted - Early Published Writings1924-1925request_box
227Assorted - Early Records and Writings of Special Importanceundated, 1925-1940request_box
228Assorted - Editing - Book Reviews (1 of 2)1931-1967request_box
229Assorted - Editing - Book Reviews (2 of 2)1931-1967request_box
2210Assorted - History: Objectivity, the "Truth"?undatedrequest_box
2211Assorted - Maps - Indian Empire1956request_box
2212Assorted - Notes - Generalundatedrequest_box
2213Assorted - Notes - Sights and Travelsundatedrequest_box
2214Assorted - Plans for Studies and Writing1960-1970request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
231Assorted - Publishers1950-1974request_box
232Assorted - Publications - Correspondence - Invitations not Accepted1933-1970request_box
233Assorted - Publications - Correspondence - General1935-1989request_box
234Assorted - Publications - Historyundated, 1950request_box
235Assorted - Reviews of Booksundated, 1992request_box
236Assorted - Speeches - Special Occasions1951-1987request_box
237Assorted - Writings, Reviews, Jottings1937-1985request_box
238Human Rights - Advisory Servicesundatedrequest_box
239Human Rights - Bibliography1968-1975request_box
2310Human Rights - Children1959-1982request_box
2311Human Rights - Clippings (1 of 3)1920-1990request_box
2312Human Rights - Clippings (2 of 3)1920-1990request_box
2313Human Rights - Clippings (3 of 3)1920-1990request_box
2314Human Rights - Clippings1979-1982request_box
2315Human Rights - Clippings - Labor and Women's Rights1961-1989request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
241Human Rights - Conclusionsundatedrequest_box
242Human Rights - Course and Bibliography1948-1963request_box
243Human Rights - Courses (1 of 2)1944-1968request_box
244Human Rights - Courses (2 of 2)1944-1968request_box
245Human Rights - Covenants: Measures and Implementation1946-1961request_box
246Human Rights - Ethnicity1939-1983request_box
247Human Rights - Ethnicity and Democracyundated, 1977-1978request_box
248Human Rights - General1942-1991request_box
249Human Rights - General - Western Democracy and Human Rights Autonomy1970-1978request_box
2410Human Rights - Genocide1948-1981request_box
2411Human Rights - Helsinki, Belgrade, and Madrid1976-1981request_box
2412Human Rights - International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights1963-1978request_box
2413Human Rights - Israel1966-1979request_box
2414Human Rights - Israel - Arab Minorities in Israel1942-1964request_box
2415Human Rights - Israel - Minority Rights1938-1971request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
251Human Rights - The Jewish Community and International Human Rights1946-1980request_box
252Human Rights - Lecturesundated, 1968request_box
253Human Rights - Meaning of Human Rightsundated, 1950request_box
254Human Rights - Minorities - Materialsundated, 1934-1935request_box
255Human Rights - Minority Rights, 1919-1939undatedrequest_box
256Human Rights - The Mirage of an International Bill of Human Rights: The United Nations and Human Rightsundatedrequest_box
257Human Rights - The Mirage of an International Bill of Human Rights (1 of 2)undatedrequest_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
261Human Rights - The Mirage of an International Bill of Human Rights (2 of 2)undatedrequest_box
262Human Rights - The Mirage of an International Bill of Human Rights - Outlineundatedrequest_box
263Human Rights - The Mirage of an International Bill of Human Rights - Draft (1 of 4)undatedrequest_box
264Human Rights - The Mirage of an International Bill of Human Rights - Draft (2 of 4)undatedrequest_box
265Human Rights - The Mirage of an International Bill of Human Rights - Draft (3 of 4)undatedrequest_box
266Human Rights - The Mirage of an International Bill of Human Rights - Draft (4 of 4)undatedrequest_box
267Human Rights - The Mirage of a World Bill of Human Rights - Manuscript (1 of 2)undatedrequest_box
268Human Rights - The Mirage of a World Bill of Human Rights - Manuscript (2 of 2)undatedrequest_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
271Human Rights - Ombudsman - High Commissioner for Human Rights1950-1975request_box
272Human Rights - Peace Treatiesundatedrequest_box
273Human Rights - Precedents before WWIundatedrequest_box
274Human Rights - Right to Emmigration1950-1966request_box
275Human Rights - The Rights Revolution1947-1978request_box
276Human Rights - Soviet Union - Arabs1948-1985request_box
277Human Rights - Soviet Union - Minorities1941-1978request_box
278Human Rights - United Nations1954-1985request_box
279Human Rights - United Nations - Discrimination1946-1979request_box
2710Human Rights - United Nations - Forced Labor and Slavery1965-1968request_box
2711Human Rights - United Nations - Reports1946-1981request_box
2712Human Rights - United Nations and Human Rights1954-1979request_box
2713Human Rights - United States - Jews - Concepts of Pluralism1936-1976request_box
2714Human Rights - Universal Declaration of Human Rights - Drafting1947-1959request_box
2715Human Rights - Universal Declaration of Human Rights - Meaning and Impactundated, 1949-1968request_box
2716Human Rights - Women1955-1967request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
281Imperialism - Courses1940-1968request_box
282Imperialism - Ideology of Imperialism - Clippings and Outlinesundated, 1957-1966request_box
283Imperialism - Ideology of Imperialism - Criticisms and Critiquesundatedrequest_box
284Imperialism - Ideology of Imperialism - Meaning of Imperialismundated, 1957-1971request_box
285Imperialism - Ideology of Imperialism - Seminar1964-1971request_box
286Imperialism - Imperialism and Anti-Imperialismundatedrequest_box
287Imperialism - Imperialism Prior to 1870undatedrequest_box
288Imperialism - Lectures - Peace in a World of Power: East vs. West1959 March 5request_box
289Imperialism - Modern Imperialism (1 of 2)1933-1969request_box
2810Imperialism - Modern Imperialism (2 of 2)1933-1969request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
291Imperialism - Carnegie Endowment Report1941-1945request_box
292Imperialism - Soviet1935-1971request_box
293Israel - Articles - Israel: A Welfare State in the Making1958-1959request_box
294Israel - Articles - Welfare State Policies in Israel and their Effectsundatedrequest_box
295Israel - Articles - Welfare State Policies in Israel and their Effects - Ideologies and Menaingsundated, 1957-1965request_box
296Israel - Basic Ideas1948-1958request_box
297Israel - Clippings1966-1993request_box
298Israel - Clippings - Congress bi-Weekly1964-1965request_box
299Israel - Clippings - Jerusalem1967-1972request_box
2910Israel - Clippings - Past and Present1985-1993request_box
2911Israel - Correspondence - Avukah: American Student Zionist Federation1939-1945request_box
2912Israel - Correspondence - Esco Study1943-1945request_box
2913Israel - Correspondence - Important Letters - Israel1955-1977request_box
2914Israel - Correspondence - Zionist Bodies1940-1944request_box
2915Israel - Council for Middle Eastern Affairs1959-1964request_box
2916Israel - Domestic1965-1989request_box
2917Israel - Early Zionism and Israel1939-1989request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
301Israel - Interviews (1 of 2)1955-1961request_box
302Israel - Interviews (2 of 2)1955-1961request_box
303Israel - Jewish Tracts and Articlesundated, 1908-1918request_box
304Israel - Jewish Tracts and Articles1920-1939request_box
305Israel - Jewish Tracts and Articles1941-1948request_box
306Israel - Lectures1973request_box
307Israel - Lectures - Zionism and Jewish Nationalism1945-1985request_box
308Israel - Maps, Glossaries, and Illustrative Materialsundatedrequest_box
309Israel - Notes1945-1960request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
311Israel - Publications - The Foundations of Israel - Correspondence and Reception1955-1961request_box
312Israel - Publications - United Nations, Israel, Human Rights, and the Law1929-1978request_box
313Israel - Religion in Israel1963-1985request_box
314Israel - Treaties - International Affairs1975-1979request_box
315Israel - United Nations - UNESCO Racism Resolution1945-1985request_box
316Israel - West Bank Settlements1979-1983request_box
317Israel - Zionismundatedrequest_box
318Jewish Community Centers - A Confrontation with Assimilationists: The Concept of a Non-Sectarian Jewish Communal Institution[1948-1955]request_box
319Jewish Community Centers - A Confrontation with Assimilationists: An Oblique Attack on the JWB Surveyundatedrequest_box
3110Jewish Community Centers - A Confrontation with Assimilationists - Response to Louis Wirth1948 April 17request_box
3111Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Center and Education - Lectures1946-1976request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
321Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Center Lecture and Concert Bureau1938-1944request_box
322Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Center: Non-Jewish Membership1947-1970request_box
323Jewish Community Centers - The Jewish Community Center: Two Essays on Basic Purpose1974request_box
324Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Community: Unity and Ideology (1 of 2)undatedrequest_box
325Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Community: Unity and Ideology (2 of 2)undatedrequest_box
326Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Administrative Reports1945-1948request_box
327Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Articles1946-1948request_box
328Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Article on Willen and Wirth1947-1975request_box
329Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Assorted Papers1946-1955request_box
3210Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Assimilationists and Social Action1940-1952request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
331Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Centers and Records of Survey1946-1970request_box
332Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Centers Since the Survey - Articles1937-1966request_box
333Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Centers Since the Survey - Jewish Orientation1946-1968request_box
334Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Centers Since the Survey - Open Membership1948-1969request_box
335Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Centers Since the Survey - Relationships between Centers and Synagogues1952-1962request_box
336Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Centers Since the Survey - Research1964-1975request_box
337Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Changes (1 of 2)1946-1950request_box
338Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Changes (2 of 2)1946-1950request_box
BoxFolderTitleDateRequest
341Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Correspondence1953-1954request_box
342Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Correspondence - Salo Baron1947-1948request_box
343Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Correspondence - B'nai B'rith (1 of 2)1958-1965request_box
344Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Correspondence - B'nai B'rith (2 of 2)1958-1965request_box
345Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Correspondence - Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Boards1962-1963request_box
346Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Correspondence - Lucius N. Littauer Foundation1970-1976request_box
347Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Correspondence - National Jewish Welfare Board1940-1976request_box
348Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Correspondence - Jewish Welfare Board - The Jewish Community Center: Two Essays on Basic Purposes1963-1975request_box
349Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Correspondence - Willen and Wirth Criticism1975request_box
3410Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Draftsundatedrequest_box
3411Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Effects1947-1949request_box
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351Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - History Project on Services to Military and Veterans1946-1977request_box
352Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Independent Studies1948request_box
353Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Minutes1945-1947request_box
354Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - National Association of Jewish Center Workers1946-1948request_box
355Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Process1945-1974request_box
356Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Prospectus and Organization1951-1954request_box
357Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Reactions and Revisions1946-1952request_box
358Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Recommendations1947request_box
359Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Report1969 Octoberrequest_box
3510Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Reports1942-1948request_box
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361Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Statement of Principles1947-1948request_box
362Jewish Community Centers - Jewish Welfare Board Survey - Survey Materials1945-1952request_box
363Jewish Community Centers - A Landmark in the Evolution of Jewish Community Center1972request_box
364Jewish Community Centers - Open Membership and Jewish Purpose: Dilemma of Jewish Community Centersundatedrequest_box
365Jewish Community Centers - Open Membership and Jewish Purpose: Dilemma of Jewish Commmunity Centers1972request_box
366Jewish Community Centers - Open Membership and Jewish Purpose: Dilemma of Jewish Community Centers1978request_box
367Jewish Culture - Clippings - Jewish Personalities1941-1989request_box
368Jewish Culture - Clippings - Jewish Art and Music1957-1964request_box
369Jewish Culture - Clippings - Jewish Survival and Assimilation1964-1975request_box
3610Jewish Culture - Clippings - Jews in Europe1937-1940request_box
3611Jewish Culture - Clippings - Jews in Various Lands1942-1971request_box
3612Jewish Culture - Clippings - Psychological Aspects of Jewish Protective Phrases1938request_box
3613Jewish Culture - Clippings - Statisticsundated, 1944-1960request_box
3614Jewish Culture - Clippings - What is a Jew? Heritage and Identity1947-1988request_box
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371Jewish Culture - Correspondence - Encyclopedia Judaica1968-1970request_box
372Jewish Culture - Correspondence - Jewish Publication Society of America1957-1969request_box
373Jewish Culture - Courses - Jewish History and Literature1934request_box
374Jewish Culture - Courses - Jewish History and Literature - The Bibleundated, 1939-1983request_box
375Jewish Culture - Courses - Jewish History and Literature - Syllabus (1 of 2)1938request_box
376Jewish Culture - Courses - Jewish History and Literature - Syllabus (2 of 2)1938request_box
377Jewish Culture - Lectures - The Jew Faces the Modern Worldundatedrequest_box
378Jewish Culture - Lectures - Jewish Life1961request_box
379Jewish Culture - Lectures - On Survival in the Diasporaundatedrequest_box
3710Jewish Culture - Pamphlets1976-1993request_box
3711Jewish Culture - Review Letter - Modern Jewish History: A Source Reader1975request_box
3712Jewish Culture - Research - Conference on Jewish Relations1933-1944request_box
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381Jewish Culture - Research - Jews: Status and Survivalundatedrequest_box
382Jewish Culture - Research - Yivo Project1959-1973request_box
383Jewish Culture - Research - Yivo Project - Biographical Information1969-1972request_box
384Jewish Culture - Speeches - Label A. Katz1961-1965request_box
385Jewish Education - Articles - Adult Jewish Education for Whom?1962request_box
386Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers1966-1971request_box
387Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers (1 of 3)1965-1966request_box
388Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers (2 of 3)1965-1966request_box
389Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers (3 of 3)1965-1966request_box
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391Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers - Brandeis1965-1967request_box
392Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers - Controversy and Reviews1968-1970request_box
393Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers - Editing Correspondence1966-1967request_box
394Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers - Exploratory Conference and Colloquium1965-1966request_box
395Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers - Related Material (1 of 2)undatedrequest_box
396Jewish Education - Articles - The Education of American Jewish Teachers - Related Material (2 of 2)undatedrequest_box
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401Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - The Record (1 of 2)1952-1955request_box
402Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - The Record (2 of 2)1952-1955request_box
403Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Correspondence1956-1957request_box
404Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Correspondence - Commission for the Study of Jewish Education in the United States1954-1957request_box
405Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Correspondence and Effects of Study (1 of 2)1925-1955request_box
406Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Correspondence and Effects of Study (2 of 2)1925-1955request_box
407Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Findings and Summaries (1 of 2)1953-1955request_box
408Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Findings and Summaries (2 of 2)1953-1955request_box
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411Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - National Study1951-1959request_box
412Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Questionnaire and Other Instruments (1 of 2)undatedrequest_box
413Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Questionnaire and Other Instruments (2 of 2)undatedrequest_box
414Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Reorganization Study1954-1963request_box
415Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Research Methods and Records1951-1956request_box
416Jewish Education - Articles - The Study of Jewish Education in the United States - Samples, etc..1956request_box
417Jewish Education - Correspondence - American Friends of Hebrew University1940-1969request_box
418Jewish Education - Correspondence - World Council on Jewish Education1961-1964request_box
419Jewish Education - Correspondence - World Council on Jewish Education - Dushkin Study1949-1963request_box
4110Jewish Education - Lecturesundated, 1954-1967request_box
4111Jewish Education - Lectures - Jewish Welfare Board Survey1953-1956request_box
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421Minorities - Articles - The Jews and Minority Rights: 1898-19191933-1948request_box
422Minorities - Articles - The Jews and Minority Rights: 1898-1919 - Correspondence - Criticism and Reviews1930-1963request_box
423Minorities - Articles - The Jews and Minority Rights: 1898-1919 - Correspondence - Inquiries1931request_box
424Minorities - Articles - The Jews and Minority Rights: 1898-1919 - Correspondence - Preparations1919-1931request_box
425Minorities - Articles - The Jews and Minority Rights: 1898-1919 - Correspondence - Research1930-1931request_box
426Minorities - Articles - The Jews and Minority Rights: 1898-1919 - Notesundated, 1936request_box
427Minorities - Articles - Nationalities and National Minorities1942-1957request_box
428Minorities - Articles - Nationalities and National Minorities - Correspondence1945-1949request_box
429Minorities - Articles - Nationalities and National Minorities - Notes1936-1951request_box
4210Minorities - Articles - Nationalities and National Minorities - Other Minorities and Nationalities1931-1993request_box
4211Minorities - Articles - Nationalities and National Minorities - Pan-European Conference1943request_box
4212Minorities - Articles - Protection of Minorities1939-1946request_box
4213Minorities - Clippings - Charts and Demographics1931-1993request_box
4214Minorities - Clippings - Jews in the Soviet Union1956-1984request_box
4215Minorities - Clippings - Max M. Laserson1942-1945request_box
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431Minorities - Lectures - Concepts of Pluralismundatedrequest_box
432Minorities - Lectures - Cultural Pluralismundatedrequest_box
433Minorities - Lectures - Democracy: The Indispensible Safeguard for Minoritiesundatedrequest_box
434Minorities - Lectures - Democracy and Plural Loyaltiesundatedrequest_box
435Minorities - Lectures - Loyaltiesundated, 1949request_box
436Minorities - Lectures - Minoritiesundated, 1936request_box
437Minorities - Lectures - Problems of Minority Groupsundatedrequest_box
438Minorities - Notes - European States (1 of 3)1935-1978request_box
439Minorities - Notes - European States (2 of 3)1935-1978request_box
4310Minorities - Notes - European States (3 of 3)1935-1978request_box
4311Minorities - Project - Ethnicity in America1968-1973request_box
4312Religion - Articles - Karl Marx on the Jewsundatedrequest_box
4313Religion - Clippings - Judaism1966-1984request_box
4314Religion - Clippings - Religion1948-1989request_box
4315Religion - Clippings - Socialism and Judaism1919-1965request_box
4316Religion - Clippings - Trials of Socrates and Jesus1964-1979request_box
4317Religion - Clippings - The Vatican and Churches1969-1985request_box
4318Religion - Clippings - Women in religion and other topics1945-1986request_box
4319Religion - Notes - Bibleundated, 1991request_box
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441Religion - Notes - Dead Sea Scrolls1958-1989request_box
442Religion - Notes - Freud, Moses and Monotheism1968-1988request_box
443Religion - Notes - Jewish Holidays - Symbols and Sources (1 of 2)1958-1979request_box
444Religion - Notes - Jewish Holidays - Symbols and Sources (2 of 2)1958-1979request_box
445Religion - Notes - Prophecyundatedrequest_box

Subseries 2: Clippings, undated, 1925-1993

0.875 linear feet. (1.75 boxes). Box 44, Folder 6 to Box 45, Folder 18.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contains an assortment of clippings from newspapers and journals on a variety of topics ranging from the clearly defined "Media Bias in Headlines" to the ambiguously titled “Cynical, Droll, Antics, Sloganeering.” These clippings while not part of the larger research file, and therefore might not be directly related, are tangentially connected to the research interests of Janowsky.

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446Articles from Journals (1 of 2)1925-1972request_box
447Articles from Journals (2 of 2)1925-1972request_box
448Charges Confirmed1978-1983request_box
449Condoning and Appeasing1978-1982request_box
4410Cynical, Droll, Antics, Sloganeering1968-1985request_box
4411Definitions, Myths, and Principals1968-1982request_box
4412Democracy1935-1948request_box
4413Democracy - Negatives1946-1983request_box
4414Evil - Vices1972-1980request_box
4415History1989-1990request_box
4416The Idealundated, 1963-1983request_box
4417Ideas for Writing1965-1976request_box
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451Liberalism1969-1985request_box
452Limits to Freedom: Appeasement1972-1985request_box
453Media-Bias (Headlines)1982-1985request_box
454Miscellaneous1980-1993request_box
455New Left1968-1979request_box
456Odd and Interesting1932-1983request_box
457Our Times - Analysis - Malaise of the Age1970-1985request_box
458Parallels and Analogies1968-1993request_box
459Peaceful Change1982-1991request_box
4510Picturesundatedrequest_box
4511Ready Reference1955-1991request_box
4512Ready Reference (Antics)1967-1984request_box
4513Refugees1942-1947request_box
4514Selective Bias1967-1993request_box
4515Slogans: Poverty1982-1984request_box
4516Soviet Union1936-1986request_box
4517Terror1973-1985request_box
4518Welfare State1976-1984request_box

Subseries 3: Note Cards, undated

1.5 linear feet. (5 card boxes). Box 47 to Box 51.
Arrangement:

The folders within the series are organized primarily by a mixture of artificial and original terms describing the general contents followed thereafter by terms that are more specific. These are then placed in alphabetical order. Where further ordering is required of similarly titled folders that arrangement is made based on the dates of the included material, with older material being placed before newer material.

Scope and Content:

This sub-series contains the note cards related to the research of Oscar Janowsky. These have been left in the arrangement as found in his file cabinet. They contain notes and clippings related to his major interests found in the research files and his minor interests as found in the clippings folders. Any researcher should consider examining these for additional information; while they may lack the overall depth of his main research files they should be considered supplemental to them.

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47Aliensundatedrequest_box
47Archaeologyundatedrequest_box
47Dissent: Freedom to Differundatedrequest_box
47Freedom, Power, Restraint, Authorityundatedrequest_box
47Human Rightsundatedrequest_box
47Reason and Scienceundatedrequest_box
47Ethnicityundatedrequest_box
47Educationundatedrequest_box
47Art: Paintingundatedrequest_box
47Image of Jews: Pro-Jewsundatedrequest_box
47Israelundatedrequest_box
47Religion and Judaismundatedrequest_box
47The Bible and other Jewish Religious Writingsundatedrequest_box
47Jewish Needs in Americaundatedrequest_box
47Jewish Characteristicsundatedrequest_box
47Ready Referenceundatedrequest_box
47Articlesundatedrequest_box
47Our Ageundatedrequest_box
47Tortured Reasoning, Rhetoric, and Selective Fallacyundatedrequest_box
47Teaching - Students, etc.undatedrequest_box
47Biographyundatedrequest_box
47Scholarshipundatedrequest_box
47Lecturingundatedrequest_box
47Plan Lifeundatedrequest_box
47Relevance-Sophisticationundatedrequest_box
47Revolution as Dissentundatedrequest_box
47For Writingundatedrequest_box
47Update: Jews and Minority Rightsundatedrequest_box
47Dictatorsundatedrequest_box
47Democracy - Meaningundatedrequest_box
47Democracy - Originsundatedrequest_box
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48Democracyundatedrequest_box
48Education and Freedomundatedrequest_box
48Progressundatedrequest_box
48Liberalism and Democracy - United Statesundatedrequest_box
48Liberalism and Democracy - Britainundatedrequest_box
48Democracy in Various Countriesundatedrequest_box
48Democracy - Flaws and Absurditiesundatedrequest_box
48Democracy - Crisis and Failureundatedrequest_box
48Democracy - Antiundatedrequest_box
48Democracy - Communist Styleundatedrequest_box
48Public Opinionundatedrequest_box
48Parliamentary Democracyundatedrequest_box
48Democracy - Bibliographyundatedrequest_box
48Democracyundatedrequest_box
48Sportsmanship - Generosityundatedrequest_box
48Human Rights - Meaningundatedrequest_box
48Human Rigths - The Problemundatedrequest_box
48Bill of Rightsundatedrequest_box
48Immigration - Asylumundatedrequest_box
48Constitutionsundatedrequest_box
48Public Educationundatedrequest_box
48Electionsundatedrequest_box
48Superiority - Dominanceundatedrequest_box
48Federalismundatedrequest_box
48Genocideundatedrequest_box
48Democracy - Progress, Gradualism, and Reformundatedrequest_box
48Democracy - Individual and Groupundatedrequest_box
48Intolerance - Persecutionundatedrequest_box
48Rule of Lawundatedrequest_box
48Rule of Law - Sanctionsundatedrequest_box
48World Opinion - Moral Forceundatedrequest_box
48Majority Ruleundatedrequest_box
48Ombudsmanundatedrequest_box
48Democracy - Pluralismundatedrequest_box
48Public Opinion - Warundatedrequest_box
48Privacyundatedrequest_box
48Protection of Nationalsundatedrequest_box
48Freedom of Religionundatedrequest_box
48Slavery and Forced Laborundatedrequest_box
48Secrecyundatedrequest_box
48Self-Determinationundatedrequest_box
48Freedom of Information - Speech, Press, Assemblyundatedrequest_box
48Right to Strikeundatedrequest_box
48Human Rights of Womenundatedrequest_box
48United Nations Commissioner on Human Rightsundatedrequest_box
48War Crimesundatedrequest_box
48Human Rightsundatedrequest_box
48European Consultative Assemblyundatedrequest_box
48Council of Europeundatedrequest_box
48Human Rights - United Nations Documentsundatedrequest_box
48Human Rights - Bibliographyundatedrequest_box
48Human Rights and the United Nationsundatedrequest_box
48Ideologyundatedrequest_box
48Meritundatedrequest_box
48Minorities - Meaningundatedrequest_box
48National Federalismundatedrequest_box
48Minority Rights Theory - Plural Nationalismundatedrequest_box
48Dubnow - Diaspora and Jewish Nationalismundatedrequest_box
48Minority Rights - Minorities Before the 20th Centuryundatedrequest_box
48Minority Rights - International Agreements and Statisticsundatedrequest_box
48Minority Rights - General Bibliographyundatedrequest_box
48Minority Rights - Since WWIIundatedrequest_box
48Minorities - Soviet Unionundatedrequest_box
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49Minorities - Indiaundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - Switzerlandundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - Spainundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - Italyundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - Cultural Groups - United Statesundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - By Country and Areaundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - Generalundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - Jews in Minority Statesundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - Peace Conference 1919undatedrequest_box
49Minorities - Sovietsundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - Minority Rights - Aims and Problemsundatedrequest_box
49Minorities - League of Nationsundatedrequest_box
49Refugees - Transfer of Population Since WW IIundatedrequest_box
49Refugees - Exchange of Populationundatedrequest_box
49Refugees - Arabsundatedrequest_box
49Refugeesundatedrequest_box
49Statusundatedrequest_box
49Toleration, Compromise, Understandingundatedrequest_box
49Valuesundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Democracyundatedrequest_box
49Zionists and Palestineundatedrequest_box
49Anti-Zionism Anti-Israelundatedrequest_box
49Germany - Israelundatedrequest_box
49Holocaustundatedrequest_box
49Languages - Foreign Termsundatedrequest_box
49Israelundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Ideas and Quotesundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Effectsundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Development of, Backgroundundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Armsundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Methodsundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Needundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Public Assistanceundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Role of Stateundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Swedenundatedrequest_box
49Welfare State - Worldundatedrequest_box
49Pro-Israel Pro-Zionismundatedrequest_box
49Anti- Israelundatedrequest_box
49Israelundatedrequest_box
49Israel - Diasporaundatedrequest_box
49Rise of Israelundatedrequest_box
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50Secularismundatedrequest_box
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51Palestine after WWIIundatedrequest_box
51Israel war of liberationundatedrequest_box
51Jewish Historyundatedrequest_box
51Jewish Culture in the United Statesundatedrequest_box
51Imperialism - Meaningundatedrequest_box
51Imperialism - Canalsundatedrequest_box
51Other Personalitiesundatedrequest_box
51Essence, Ideas, Etc.undatedrequest_box
51Aphorisms, Adages, Maxims, Picturesqueundatedrequest_box
51Words, Meaningsundatedrequest_box
51Maximsundatedrequest_box
51Styleundatedrequest_box
51Social Classes - Aristocracy, Privelege, Middle Class, Etc…undatedrequest_box
51Criticism - Reviewundatedrequest_box
51Culture - Civilizationundatedrequest_box
51Definitionsundatedrequest_box
51Conservatismundatedrequest_box
51Liberalismundatedrequest_box
51Ecology - Popular Cultureundatedrequest_box
51Ecology - Liberalismundatedrequest_box
51Fanaticismundatedrequest_box
51Elitismundatedrequest_box
51Foreign Phrasesundatedrequest_box
51History - Meaningundatedrequest_box
51Languageundatedrequest_box
51Dual Loyaltiesundatedrequest_box
51Leadership - Personalityundatedrequest_box
51Nations - Nationalismundatedrequest_box
51Leisure - Entertainmentundatedrequest_box
51Peaceundatedrequest_box
51Philosophy and Thoughtundatedrequest_box
51Quotesundatedrequest_box
51Religionundatedrequest_box
51Romanticismundatedrequest_box
51Socialismundatedrequest_box
51Sacred Writings - World Religionsundatedrequest_box
51Statisticsundatedrequest_box
51Trade Unionsundatedrequest_box
51Wasteundatedrequest_box
51Wealth and Povertyundatedrequest_box
51Wisdom - Truth and Justiceundatedrequest_box
51Communist Anticsundatedrequest_box
51Cold Warundatedrequest_box
51Minorities and Refugeesundatedrequest_box
51Historical Methodundatedrequest_box
51Historianundatedrequest_box
51History - Generalundatedrequest_box
51Ancient Sourcesundatedrequest_box
51Graduate Educationundatedrequest_box
51Jewish Educationundatedrequest_box
51Challenges and Responses in Jewish Historyundatedrequest_box
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51Booksundatedrequest_box
51Mimeographed Writingsundatedrequest_box
51Pamphlets and Articles in Booksundatedrequest_box
51Articles in Conferences, Encyclopedias, and Journalsundatedrequest_box
51Addresesundatedrequest_box
51Referencesundatedrequest_box
51Articles in Newspapers, Bulletins, etc.undatedrequest_box
51News Itemsundatedrequest_box
51Study Discussion Guideundatedrequest_box
51Review of Workundatedrequest_box
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