Guide to the Youth Aliyah Records in the Hadassah Archives
1928-2009
bulk 1935-1998

I-578/RG 1

The finding aid was prepared by Patricia Glowinski in 2015. It is based upon two previous finding aids: a 2010 finding aid by Susan Woodland and Margaret Bausman, and the original finding aid, dating from 1983, by Dr. Lawrence D. Geller and Ira Daly.

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Electronic finding aid was encoded in EAD 2002 by Patricia Glowinski in July 2015. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America
Title: Youth Aliyah Records in the Hadassah Archives
Dates:1928-2009
Dates:bulk 1935-1998
Abstract: The Youth Aliyah Records in the Hadassah Archives document Hadassah's work with multiple international organizations to rescue Jewish children from continental Europe to Palestine from 1933-1945. The collection also documents Hadassah's involvement with Youth Aliyah since 1946 in providing residential, educational, vocational, rehabilitative and therapeutic care for displaced and at-risk youth from around the world.
Languages: This collection is predominantly in English with some material in German and Hebrew.
Quantity: 50.2 linear feet (93 manuscript boxes, 1 oversized box, and 1 oversized folder)
Identification: I-578/RG 1
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
Location: Located in AJHS New York, NY
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Historical Note
Bertha Schoolman placing the foundation scroll for the first Anne Frank Haven in Nitzanim, 1958

Bertha Schoolman placing the foundation scroll for the first Anne Frank Haven in Nitzanim, 1958

"I too am a totalitarian, I want to rescue the totality of German youth." - Henrietta Szold, 1939

So begins The Archives of Youth Aliyah, 1933-1960 prepared by Lawrence D. Geller, Ph.D. Funded by a generous grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Dr. Geller's guide was published in 1983 on the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of Youth Aliyah's 1933 founding. Of the collection, Dr. Geller wrote, "The archives of Youth Aliyah ...are in the widest, most descriptive sense, the archives of tragedy and hope."

During the intervening years, The Files of Youth Aliyah in the Hadassah Archives have evolved. This current guide reflects the addition of more recently acquired materials, the availability of several yet-to-be processed addendum and corresponding shifts in arrangement. Undiminished, indeed hopefully enhanced, is the documentation of Miss Szold's endeavors to rescue German youth and the archives' legacy of "tragedy and hope."

The following historical overview is based upon Dr. Geller's scholarship in The Archives of Youth Aliyah.

Youth Aliyah was founded in Germany in 1933 by Recha Freier. Following Hitler's rise to power as Chancellor the same year, the political strength of the Nazi party increasingly threatened the stability of European Jewish communities. Thus, Recha Freier's initial concept was to establish a collaborative of Zionist organizations to pool their resources in order to relocate German Jewish children to Palestine pending resolution of the political situation. However, as the Nazi resolve to eradicate the Jewish population became a systemic function, Youth Aliyah became a full-fledged child rescue effort. From 1933-1945, this "coalition" rescued 11,000 Jewish children relocating them to Palestine.

Such profound accomplishment would not have been achieved had it not been for the efforts of Henrietta Szold who in 1934 became the Director of the Youth Aliyah Department in the Central Department for the Settlement of German Jews (later the Youth Department of the Jewish Agency) in Jerusalem. Through Miss Szold's intervention and under the leadership of Hadassah National President Rose Jacobs and Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee Chairman Marian G. Greenberg, Hadassah extended itself in 1935 to become the primary fund raising entity for Youth Aliyah in the United States.

The subsequent years, particularly those during the war, were fraught with the unrelenting political and administrative processes necessary to secure the release of Jewish children from detention, death and displaced person camps throughout Europe. The obstacles were not only related to the impact of the War in Europe but also to the British Mandate Government's limitation on immigration to Palestine. The efforts to maintain the process of rescue required an international collaboration between multiple agencies throughout Continental Europe, the United Kingdom, Palestine and the United States.

Moreover, Youth Aliyah strove to provide a true "home-coming" for these displaced children. The files document Hadassah's establishment of youth villages, children's day centers, residential facilities and "foster placements" networks. These efforts required on-going international collaborative efforts in order to establish the infrastructure necessary to fund and maintain these institutions. Additionally, Youth Aliyah developed vocational, educational, therapeutic and rehabilitative programs to assist the children toward a holistic integration into the community.

Since its inception in 1933, the mission of Youth Aliyah has not waned. To the contrary, since the end of the Second World War Youth Aliyah has continued serving Jewish youth communities globally including those in Ethiopia and North Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Russia and Asia. The files document these efforts. While The Jewish Agency gradually took on primary programmatic care of Youth Aliyah in the 1990s, today there are over 300,000 Youth Aliyah graduates from over 80 nations and Hadassah continues its essential support toward residential, educational, vocation and therapeutic services for displaced and "at-risk" Jewish youth as a proud partner in the Youth Aliyah movement.

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Scope and Content Note

This collection documents the work of Hadassah as part of the Youth Aliyah movement in relocating Jewish children from Europe before and during World War II to new, safe homes in Palestine. It also documents Youth Aliyah organization and activities, and Hadassah's role in it, during the establishment of the State of Israel, through the turbulent period in the Middle East during the 1960s and 1970s, and through mass immigration of the Diaspora from North Africa and the Soviet Union to Israel in the 1980s and 1990s.

In his 1983 guide, The Archives of Youth Aliyah, 1933-1960, Dr. Lawrence D. Geller (then the Archivist and Head of Archives and Research for Hadassah) wrote, "Researchers will find complete correspondence files, reports, essays, and publications on the subject of child rescue in Europe in the 1930s and 1940s. There is also much material on Hadassah's role in Youth Aliyah education which was decisive from a planning and financial point of view as well as much material on the major issue of absorption and integration of shattered youth from war torn Europe into a new society. Later, it would deal with the complex absorption, educational, psychological and medical problems of the influx of youth from a variety of cultural backgrounds from North Africa...as well as from Europe and to a lesser degree from all points on the globe. Since 1935, this has been one of the major functions of Hadassah in connection with the Youth Aliyah Department of the Jewish Agency for Israel."

The early materials in the Youth Aliyah Records in the Hadassah Archives include correspondence, financial and statistical data, reports, publicity material, and publications which deal with the process of rescuing the children, transporting them to Palestine, obtaining visas and other documentation for them from the British during the end of the British Mandate in Palestine, and housing them in youth villages among the Jewish settlements of pre-State and Statehood Israel.

Documents related to the war years include material on the rescue of the Teheran Children, the sinking of the S.S. Struma, and personal accounts of survival in the death camps. There is extensive material on Hadassah's interaction with government officials relating to the British Mandate Government's policy of limiting immigration to Palestine. There is also material pertaining to the institutional programs for children including considerations around placement of children in religious versus non-religious communities and families, documents regarding the "Town to Country" movement, and the training of madrichim (youth leaders).

Post-war materials document the liberation of concentration camps, the Israel War for Independence, conditions of refugee services in Europe, as well as the conditions on the ships transporting refugees to Palestine. There are also materials regarding the training of Madrichim (Youth Aliyah instructors who were also group leaders and counselors) and social workers.

Following the crisis of the war years, the Youth Aliyah Records document the development of educational, training, and vocational programs, as well as continuing immigration and refugee efforts with children from North Africa, the Middle East, and the Soviet Union. The work to assist children as they integrated into the community in healthy and productive ways is well articulated here through correspondence, reports, financial plans, pamphlets, articles, and brochures.

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Arrangement

The Youth Aliyah Records in the Hadassah Archives are arranged into three 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 fragility or as required by the agreement between Hadassah and AJHS.

Use Restrictions

Information concerning the literary rights may be obtained from the Director of Library and Archives of the American Jewish Historical Society. Users must apply in writing for permission to quote, reproduce or otherwise publish manuscript materials found in this collection. For more information contact:
American Jewish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY, 10011
email: reference@ajhs.org

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Related Material

The Guide to the Hadassah Archives on Long-term Deposit at the American Jewish Historical Society, which describes the entire collection, can found here: http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=2916671.

Within the Hadassah Archives, Youth Aliyah material can be found in the following record groups: RG 4—Zionist Political History Collection; RG 5—Hadassah Council in Israel and the Hadassah Youth Services Records; RG 7—Personal Papers and Special Collections of Influential Executives, Volunteers, and Individuals Associated with Hadassah; RG 13—Executive Functions Records; RG 15—Hadassah Functions and Operations Records; RG 17—Printed Materials and Publications; RG 18—Photographs; RG 19—Microforms; RG 20—Oral Histories; RG 21—Architectural Materials; RG 22—Artifacts and Memorabilia; and RG 25—Audio and Moving Images Materials.

Several partners at the Center for Jewish History holds related material:

The American Jewish Historical Society holds the Schoolman Family Papers (P-716) which include papers of Bertha S. Schoolman who served in various capacities in the Youth Aliyah movement.

The Leo Baeck Institute holds the Georg Landauer Collection (AR 6007). Landauer served as financial director of Youth Aliyah for the Jewish Agency for Palestine (later the Jewish Agency for Israel).

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Separated Material

Materials in certain formats were removed from RG 1 and placed into the following record groups: RG 17 Printed Materials; RG 18 Audiovisual Materials; RG 21 Architectural Materials; and RG 22 Artifacts and Memorabilia. Folder-level notes, connecting the items to their original folders and context, were added when items were separated. One manuscript box (old box number 67) was removed and added to RG 13 Hadassah Presidents. The box contained papers of Rose Halprin while she served as the Hadassah National Aliyah Chairman in the 1970s. Halprin also served as Hadassah National President from 1932-1934 and again from 1947-1952. Finally, a folder titled "George Abrams, 1966-1967" was removed and placed in the Charlotte Jacobson series of RG 13. It contained two letters from Charlotte Jacobson to George Abrams concerning medical topics and the Kennedy family. From 1965 to 1968, Abrams served as general counsel and staff director of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Refugees. Charlotte Jacobson served as Hadassah National President from 1964 to 1968.

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Previous Finding Aids and Concordance

Two finding aids for this collection have been previously prepared. They have been superseded by this finding aid, but both contain historical information that may be of interest.

The printed finding aid of 1983 provides a wealth of information about Youth Aliyah and its records. It can be found here: http://digital.cjh.org/3219264. Please note that this arrangement is no longer valid.

In 2010, the arrangement of the collection was altered slightly from the 1983 arrangement, and an online finding aid created. That finding aid is provided for reference only, and can be found here: http://digital.cjh.org/3219523. Please note that this arrangement is no longer valid.

The concordance links the former box and folder numbers from the 2010 finding aid to the current box and folder numbers in the 2015 finding aid. The concordance is provided for reference and can be used to track previous citations of material in the Youth Aliyah Records in the Hadassah Archives (RG 1). The concordance can be found here: http://digital.cjh.org/3230064

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Microfilm

The Hadassah Archives include a record group comprised of microfilm, RG 19—Microforms. Series I, Subseries 1 contains reels related to Youth Aliyah.

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date (if known); Youth Aliyah Records in the Hadassah Archives on Long-term Deposit at the American Jewish Historical Society; I-578/RG 1; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, Boston, MA and New York, NY.

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Acquisition Information

The Hadassah Archives, of which the Youth Aliyah Records (I-578/RG 1) are part of, are on long-term deposit at the American Jewish Historical Society.

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Processing Information

The Youth Aliyah Records in the Hadassah Archives was originally processed in the early 1980s by Dr. Lawrence Geller and Ira Daly who worked for Hadassah as Archivist and Assistant Archivist, respectively. Hadassah had received a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to process the Youth Aliyah records and produce a comprehensive guide. The guide (or finding aid), The Archives of Youth Aliyah, 1933-1960; Part I: The Years of the Holocaust and Ingathering, was published in 1983 on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the establishment of the Youth Aliyah movement.

In December 1999, Hadassah and the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) entered an agreement placing the Hadassah Archives on deposit at AJHS for its safekeeping and maintenance. In November 2000, the Hadassah Archives were moved to AJHS under the management of the Director of the Hadassah Archives, Susan Woodland. In 2010 Woodland and Assistant Archivist Margaret Bausman created a new finding aid, based on the 1983 version, which incorporated additional Youth Aliyah records into the collection. This addition comprised Series 33 and 34 of the 2010 finding aid. In 2014, under a new agreement between Hadassah and AJHS, the Hadassah Archives were placed on long-term deposit at AJHS.

In 2015, the Youth Aliyah Records were intellectually rearranged and thirty-four series were revised into three series. The two addendum series (Series 33 and 34 from the 2010 finding aid), comprising unprocessed material, were incorporated into the new arrangement as was approximately 1.5 linear feet of other unprocessed material. Description from the previous finding aids was reused and incorporated into the 2015 finding as much as possible, particularly collection-level description. Series and subseries description was added and collection-level notes pertaining to acquisition, processing, access and use, and related material were added as well. Some folder titles were revised.

The boxes were consolidated to save space and reduce damage to the material. Box and folder numbers were renumbered to create uniform numbering across the entire record group and a concordance was created linking the previous box and folder numbers to the new numbers. Some boxes were replaced and many of the folders were also replaced. Plastic clips and deteriorating plastic sleeves were removed.

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Bibliography

Books and other material related to Youth Aliyah can be found by searching the catalog of the Center for Jewish History. http://search.cjh.org

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Access Points

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Container List

 

Series I: Hadassah—American Office,  1933-2006

Primarily in English with some material in Hebrew and German.
Arrangement:

This series is arranged into four subseries.

Scope and Content:

This series consists of material documenting Hadassah's activities related to Youth Aliyah. The series spans the organization's entire history of involvement in Youth Aliyah.

Subseries 1: Administrative and Subject Files, 1933-2006

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains correspondence, reports, minutes, articles, clippings, press releases and other material reflecting Hadassah's administration of its activities related to Youth Aliyah. Much of the correspondence is between Hadassah, primarily its National Presidents and National Youth Aliyah Committee Chairman, and administrative staff of the Jewish Agency for Palestine/Israel's Department of Youth Aliyah (earlier called the Child and Youth Immigration Bureau). Correspondence is often accompanied by related reports, articles, and minutes. The cables provide a good source of documentation of Youth Aliyah arrivals.

Subjects include the absorption and integration of children and youth into Palestine/Israel; art and exhibitions; books and publications on Youth Aliyah; Children to Palestine (interfaith organization); health issues of Youth Aliyah children; education; fellowships and scholarships; films about Youth Aliyah; history of Youth Aliyah; immigration and rescue of children; personnel; other organizations involved in Youth Aliyah; religious education, religious institutions, and the placement children in religious and non-religious homes; Youth Aliyah anniversaries; Youth Aliyah graduates; Youth Aliyah projects and programs; and general administrative issues and tasks.

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26 7 Absorption of Youth Aliyah children and youth—Reports and statistics 1952-1958
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58 20 Absorption—Policies and programs—Correspondence and reports 1960-1968
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72 3 Action memorandums issued from Hadassah 1963-1984
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76 11 Administration—Compliments and Complaints 1964, 1976-1986
76 11 Administration—Compliments and Complaints 1964, 1976-1986
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77 2 Administration—Evaluation of budget, programs, and activities 1986-1989
77 5 Administration—Reports 1988-1998
77 6 Administration—Reports 1988-1998
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75 11 Administration—Various subjects 1971-1998
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76 9 Administration—Various subjects 1989-1996
76 9 Administration—Various subjects 1989-1996
76 10 Administration—Youth Aliyah Chairmen 1971-1995
76 10 Administration—Youth Aliyah Chairmen 1971-1995
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81 16 Aliyat Hanoar (Youth Aliyah)—Correspondence, minutes, and article concerning the status of Youth Aliyah 1986
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63 18 Alon Plan—Additional absorption of children into kibbutzim—Correspondence 1967
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52 1 Arrivals of Youth Aliyah children and youth—Correspondence 1944-1946
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67 35 Art in a Concentration Camp: Drawings From Terezin—Exhibition publication 1967
67 4 Art—Paintings by Youth Aliyah graduates and wards—Correspondence and brochures 1959-1981
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52 2 Athlit Camp—Correspondence and reports 1944-1946
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59 7 Books on Youth Aliyah—Correspondence 1944-1946
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66 10 Books on Youth Aliyah—Correspondence, minutes, and article circa 1960-1970
66 8 Books on Youth Aliyah—Minutes 1960
66 9 Books on Youth Aliyah—Publicity and announcements 1964-1971
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51 16 Certificates of immigration—Correspondence 1944-1946
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5 3 Certificates of Immigration—Correspondence and statistics 1940-1942
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27 6 Children to Palestine—Annual reports and minutes of various committees 1958-1961, 2006
27 2 Children to Palestine—International Cultural Center for Youth—Correspondence and reports 1958-1960
27 3 Children to Palestine—International Cultural Center for Youth—Correspondence and reports 1961-1964
27 5 Children to Palestine—Minutes and correspondence of the Executive Committee and Supervisory Committee 1957
27 1 Children to Palestine—Scholarships—Correspondence 1958-1960
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63 12 Children with hearing loss—Correspondence 1960-1962
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77 9 Children—Culturally deprived—Correspondence and minutes 1986-1995
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78 6 Children—Holocaust—Correspondence 1985-1988
78 7 Children—Immigrants—Correspondence and minutes 1989-1991
78 8 Children—Israeli monetary crisis and absorption of new immigrants—Minutes and report 1991
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77 8 Children—Various countries—Correspondence and minutes 1964, 1983-1994
77 7 Children—Various subjects—Minutes and reports 1983-1994
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78 10 Children—Youth Aliyah wards—Correspondence and biographies 1983-1990
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60 11 Children's Bureau (Washington, D.C.)—Correspondence and minutes 1962-1966
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59 18 Children's letter writing exchange—Correspondence 1944-1946
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62 13 Child's Day for Youth Aliyah—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1965
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63 2 Child's Day for Youth Aliyah—Correspondence between Youth Aliyah child (Dov Sandowski) and Miriam Freund 1955
63 3 Child's Day for Youth Aliyah—Publicity—Correspondence, minutes, and clippings 1959-1967
63 1 Child's Day for Youth Aliyah—Publicity—Correspondence, minutes, and poster 1960-1972
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40 6 Circulated correspondence and printed material concerning Youth Aliyah from Hadassah to its regional chapters 1941-1944
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64 11 Clothing donations—correspondence 1960-1972
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56 5 Confidential reports and memorandums 1957, 1964-1971
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15 11 Correspondence 1937-1943
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60 10 Correspondence 1940
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49 8 Correspondence 1942
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2 25 Correspondence 1942
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49 10 Correspondence 1943-1945
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3 1 Correspondence 1943 May-August
3 2 Correspondence 1943 September-December
3 4 Correspondence 1944
3 5 Correspondence 1944
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59 4 Correspondence 1944-1946
59 14 Correspondence 1944-1946
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3 6 Correspondence 1945
3 7 Correspondence 1945
3 8 Correspondence 1946
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59 24 Correspondence 1950-1959
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60 1 Correspondence 1961-1966, 1979, 1985
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52 7 Culturally deprived children—Holocaust children—Rose E. Matzkin Youth Center (naming of)—Correspondence and reports 1975-1984
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63 28 Eleanor Roosevelt Scholarship—Correspondence 1979-1985
63 11 Epileptic children—Correspondence 1974-1981
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2 9 "Exchange of cables"—Compiled cablegrams between Youth Aliyah offices and Hadassah 1942 September-December
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59 29 Exhibitions relating to Youth Aliyah—Correspondence and printed ephemera 1969-1973
59 30 Exhibitions relating to Youth Aliyah—Correspondence, minutes, and printed ephemera 1950, 1962-1970
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34 5 Fellowships and scholarships 1955-1959
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57 8 Fellowships and scholarships—Correspondence and applicants 1959-1966
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63 25 Fellowships and scholarships—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1966, 1985-1986
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81 12 Fellowships and scholarships—Correspondence and minutes 1975-1991
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53 10 Fellowships, scholarships, and advanced studies—Correspondence 1960, 1978-1984
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26 9 Fifteenth Anniversary of the Youth Aliyah movement—Correspondence, speeches, and printed ephemera 1949
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70 9 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Conference materials, correspondence, speeches, and printed ephemera 1983-1984
70 11 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Correspondence, minutes, press releases, and clippings 1980-1985
70 10 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Correspondence, press releases, and speech by Reuven Feuerstein 1983-1984
70 13 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Hadassah event at the Park Avenue Synagogue—Correspondence, reports, speeches, and programs 1983-1984
70 14 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Hadassah event at the Park Avenue Synagogue—Correspondence, speeches and introductions, and script 1983-1984
70 21 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Honorary Committee—Correspondence and minutes 1983-1984
70 12 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Planning of events—Correspondence, minutes, and press releases 1982-1984
70 19 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Public Committee—Correspondence and minutes 1982-1983
70 17 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Reception in honor of Ya'acov Boussidan at the New York Public Library—Correspondence, speech, and invitation 1984
70 20 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Reports 1983-1984
70 16 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Sabbath service—Program and minutes 1983-1984
70 18 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Souvenirs medals—Correspondence 1983
70 15 Fiftieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—UNICEF seminar at New York University—Correspondence, press releases, and flier 1983-1984
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71 6 Fortieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Clippings 1974
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58 15 Fortieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Correspondence and reports 1973-1974
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71 7 Forty-fifth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Correspondence 1978-1979
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64 12 Foster parents—Correspondence and clippings 1963-1972
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68 20 Fund of Lemaan Hayeled Vehanoar set up by Henrietta Szold—Memorandum (photocopy) 1946
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67 9 Hadassah Chairmen—List, 1935-1960 1960
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2 5 Hadassah Convention adopts Youth Aliyah project—Resolutions and memorandum 1935 December
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56 14 Hadassah Leadership Group—Meeting with the Jewish Agency and Youth Aliyah officials—Minutes 1966
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59 15 Hadassah meetings regarding Youth Aliyah—Correspondence 1942-1943
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2 16 Hadassah National Board meeting minutes—Excerpts regarding Youth Aliyah 1945 September 5
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46 1 Hadassah National Board minutes (excerpts), reports, and speeches 1960-1966
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93 15 Hadassah National Board proposal that Hadassah become associated with the Youth Aliyah movement 1935 October
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2 4 Hadassah Press Release—"Hadassah becomes part of Youth Aliyah movement" 1935 December 1
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77 3 Head (Director General) of Youth Aliyah, Jewish Agency for Israel—Correspondence 1978-1993
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81 14 Historical background material on Youth Aliyah—Correspondence, report, and photocopies of articles 1986-1996
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71 1 History of Youth Aliyah—Correspondence, articles, and publications 1977-1985
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64 13 Immigrants—Absorption—Minutes and article 1980-1986
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59 17 Immigration camps—Correspondence 1943-1946
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61 23 Immigration—Correspondence, minutes, and reports on Youth Aliyah immigration 1961-1971
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70 4 International Federation of Children's Communities (FICE)—Correspondence and minutes 1955-1960
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73 13 International Forum for a United Jerusalem—Correspondence and flier 1991-1994
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45 9 International Union for Child Welfare—Correspondence, reports, and excerpts from minutes 1957-1960
45 10 International Union for Child Welfare—Correspondence, reports, and excerpts from minutes 1961-1969
45 11 International Union for Child Welfare—Correspondence, reports, and excerpts from minutes 1961-1969
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64 14 Israel Army—Youth Aliyah graduates—Officer training and Army service—Minutes and press releases 1980-1989
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72 1 Jewish Federation—Correspondence 1982-1989
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41 7 Jewish Youth Comes Home by Norman Bentwich—Correspondence regarding the publication of an American edition 1944-1946
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58 2 Joshua Orphan's Aid—Letter 1946 November 7
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21 7 Landau, Kalman—Correspondence concerning the publication of his drawings documenting life in a concentration camp 1947
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62 11 Legal agreement between Hadassah Medical Relief Association and the Jewish Agency for Israel 1965
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85 6 Legal—Hadassah recognition—Support and contribution to Youth Aliyah—Correspondence 1983-1989
85 5 Legal—Transfer of the administration of Youth Aliyah from the Jewish Agency for Israel to the Israel government—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1995-1997
85 4 Legal—Various subjects—Correspondence 1964, 1985-1998
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81 13 Margot and Anne Frank Scholarship Fund—Correspondence 1992-1993
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57 10 Margot and Anne Frank Scholarship Fund—Correspondence 1992-1994
57 9 Margot and Anne Frank Scholarship Fund—Correspondence and lists of recipients 1967-1982
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63 27 Marjorie Cantor Fellowship—Correspondence and minutes 1959-1960
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77 4 Meetings in Israel—Correspondence and minutes 1985-1995
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64 6 Meetings in Israel—Minutes and reports 1971-1984
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49 15 Minutes and correspondence—Excerpts 1951-1959
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85 7 Mission to Israel—Correspondence 1989, 1992
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65 3 Mission to Israel—Minutes and reports 1969-1987
65 2 Mission to Israel—Planning—Correspondence 1981-1988
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63 26 Moshe Kol Hadassah Scholarship Fund—Correspondence 1983-1988
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65 4 National Organizations Advisory Council for Children (NOAC)—Publication and correspondence 1981-1984
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74 4 New York City and Richmond, Virginia—Adoption of Youth Aliyah approach to childcare (residential and educational) for disadvantaged or incarcerated youth 1984-1985
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33 10 Nobel Peace Prize—Correspondence 1953-1959
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59 19 "On a Jewish Soldier's Letter"—Article and correspondence 1944
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2 20 Participation in and adoption of Youth Aliyah as a project—Correspondence 1933 July-1936 April
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64 16 Pen pals—Correspondence 1960, 1968, 1973
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87 11 Personnel—Fellowships—Correspondence and minutes 1985-1991
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64 7 Personnel in Israel—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1961, 1981, 1989
64 8 Personnel in Israel—Visits to the United States—Correspondence 1985-1987
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87 12 Personnel—In-service Training—Correspondence and minutes 1981-1993
87 13 Personnel—Retirement—Correspondence 1991
87 10 Personnel—Various subjects—Correspondence 1985-1988
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64 9 "Project Renewal"—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1979-1981
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33 9 Psychological services in Youth Aliyah—Correspondence and reports 1950-1955
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34 2 Religion in Youth Aliyah—Correspondence and reports 1950-1959
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48 5 Religious issue—Clippings 1961-1963
48 4 Religious issue—Clippings (photocopies) 1961-1962
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41 11 Religious issue—Correspondence 1943
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42 1 Religious issue—Correspondence 1945
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48 2 Religious issue—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1968
48 3 Religious issue—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1968
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88 3 Religious problems—Correspondence 1991
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75 9 Roosevelt, Eleanor—Two letters to Hadassah concerning Youth Aliyah 1941, 1944
75 10 Roosevelt, Franklin D.—Letter to Henrietta Szold in honor of the tenth anniversary of Youth Aliyah 1944 March 2
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60 9 Save the Children Federation—Correspondence and reports 1957-1960
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70 7 Scarsdale Project—Correspondence and clippings 1962
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89 4 Scholarships—Correspondence, memorandums, and minutes 1978-1980, 1989-1996
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63 19 Siegfried Kramarsky Fellowship—Correspondence 1962-1963
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87 16 Sixtieth Anniversary—Correspondence, reports, and flier 1992-1993
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89 5 Students—Statistics 1968, 1980-1983, 1990-1992
89 2 Students—Various subjects—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1961, 1973-1998
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3 10 Tenth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Clippings undated, 1944
3 9 Tenth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Correspondence 1944-1945
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89 7 Terms of Reference—Various subjects 1967-1988
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60 3 Thirtieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Correspondence and minutes 1962-1964
60 2 Thirty-fifth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1968-1969
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26 10 Twentieth Anniversary of the Youth Aliyah movement—Correspondence, articles, and proceedings 1954
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62 1 Twentieth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Proceedings 1954
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26 11 Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Youth Aliyah movement—Correspondence, articles, minutes, and printed ephemera 1958-1959
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58 18 Visitors and guests at Youth Aliyah sites—Correspondence 1960-1965
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64 10 Visitors in Israel regarding Youth Aliyah 1967-1975
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89 6 Volunteers—Dentists—Correspondence 1988-1990
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61 11 World Patron (Honorary Patron) of Youth Aliyah—Correspondence 1963-1966
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56 11 Writing of contracts—Correspondence 1953
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9 4 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1940
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16 3 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1942 October-1943 March
16 4 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1943 April-December
16 5 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1943 December-1944 October
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40 1 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1944 October-December
40 2 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1945 January-April
40 3 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1945 June-December
40 4 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1946 January-March
40 5 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1946 March-June
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16 6 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1946 June-September
16 7 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1946 October-1947 March
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17 1 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1947 March-September
17 2 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1947 October-1948 January
17 3 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1947 October-1948 January
17 4 Youth Aliyah Cables (Cablegrams, radiograms, and telegrams) 1948 August-September
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59 5 Youth Aliyah films—Correspondence and screenplay 1944-1946
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57 7 Youth Aliyah graduates—Correspondence and biographies 1977-1995
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35 1 Youth Aliyah graduates—Correspondence and reports 1950-1957
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57 6 Youth Aliyah graduates—Correspondence, biographies, and clippings 1960-1977
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89 3 Youth Aliyah graduates—Correspondence, reports, publications, and list of prominent Youth Aliyah graduates 1964, 1987-1996
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46 2 Youth Aliyah maps of Israel and related correspondence 1956-1963
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64 15 Youth Aliyah Orchestra—Correspondence 1967, circa 1987
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56 12 Youth Aliyah—Other organizations 1944-1946
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67 8 Youth Aliyah Portfolio (post of office)—Correspondence 1966
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87 14 Youth Aliyah Program (administration and future of)—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1961-1968, 1976-1993
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53 9 Youth Aliyah publications—Correspondence and minutes concerning the publication and reprinting of books, brochures, and pamphlets 1964-1969, 1982-1986
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21 6 Youth Aliyah resolutions at the 22nd World Zionist Congress 1947
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2 26 Youth immigration cases—Changes in Youth Aliyah management—Correspondence 1943 January-April
2 21 Youth immigration cases—Correspondence 1938
2 22 Youth immigration cases—Correspondence 1939
2 23 Youth immigration cases—Correspondence 1940 January-June
2 24 Youth immigration cases—Dutch, Bulgarian, and Teheran children—Correspondence 1942 January-July

Subseries 2: Finances, Fundraising, and Statistics, 1936-1998

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

This subseries pertains to Hadassah's fundraising efforts on behalf of Youth Aliyah. For many years, Hadassah was one of the largest financial contributors to Youth Aliyah and the Youth Aliyah movement. Though by the mid-1990s Hadassah's financial contributions to Youth Aliyah had diminished, partly due to the transfer of the administration of Youth Aliyah from the Jewish Agency for Israel to the State of Israel (See Series 1, Subseries 1: Box 85, Folder 5), Youth Aliyah still remained a focus for the organization.

Included are correspondence, minutes, financial reports and data, and statistical reports. The subseries documents Hadassah's Youth Aliyah fundraising activities and programs such as receptions and dinners; Welfare Funds; and its Ima (mother) and Abba (father) programs.

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75 13 Accounting—Allocations and contributions 1978-1992
75 14 Accounting—Budget 1989
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76 1 Accounting—Budget 1985-1986
76 2 Accounting—Budget 1987-1988
76 3 Accounting—Budget—Terms of Reference 1987-1996
76 4 Accounting—Cable Transfers 1984-1997
76 5 Accounting—Grants 1980-1995
76 6 Accounting—Keren Hadassah 1963-1967, 1985-1986
76 7 Accounting—Program Enrichment Fund 1983-1998
76 8 Accounting—Repair and Renovation Fund 1975-1995
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75 12 Accounting—Various subjects—Correspondence and reports 1976, 1988-1997
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60 13 Art and Antique Auction for the benefit of Youth Aliyah (Cambridge, MA)—Correspondence, minutes, and brochures 1965-1967
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25 8 Budgets, financial statements, and correspondence 1950-1953
25 9 Budgets, reports, and financial correspondence 1954-1956
25 10 Budgets, reports, and financial correspondence 1957
25 11 Budgets, reports, and financial correspondence 1958-1959
25 12 Budgets, reports, and financial correspondence 1956-1959
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78 12 Circulated material—Fundraising fliers circa 1990s
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65 1 Dreschler Fund—Allocation—Correspondence 1949
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75 4 Ethiopian Children's Fund campaign kit 1991
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5 11 Financial correspondence and remittances 1940-1942
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6 1 Financial correspondence, remittances, and budget 1940-1942
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5 10 Financial reports 1936-1937
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24 4 Financial reports and correspondence 1948-1950
24 5 Financial reports and correspondence 1948-1950
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40 8 Fundraising receptions and dinners—Correspondence 1942-1944
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64 1 Fundraising—$1,000 or more—Correspondence and minutes 1977-1981
64 5 Fundraising—Abba certificate increase—Letter and clipping 1959, 1987
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80 5 Fundraising—Abba program—Correspondence and lists of Abba donors (Avot) 1955-1959, 1973-1995
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65 7 Fundraising—Big "E" for Epilepsy—Correspondence 1974-1986
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81 3 Fundraising—Brochures, cards, and fliers circa 1990s
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80 6 Fundraising—Certificates—Correspondence, minutes, and fliers 1976-1997
80 7 Fundraising—Chapters and Regions—Correspondence 1993
80 8 Fundraising—Donor recognition—Correspondence and minutes 1961-1967, 1978-1990
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64 4 Fundraising—Ima certificate increase—Correspondence 1986-1988
64 3 Fundraising—Ima portfolio and certificates—Minutes and clippings 1954-1984
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80 9 Fundraising—Ima program—Correspondence and lists of donors (Imahot and Avot) 1986-1995
80 10 Fundraising—Ima program—Honorary certificates—Correspondence and minutes 1956-1958, 1983-1990
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63 29 Fundraising—Major Gifts—Correspondence and minutes 1977-1985
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80 11 Fundraising—Major Gifts—Terms of Reference 1979
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63 4 Fundraising—Minutes 1955-1964
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81 1 Fundraising—New Horizon program—Correspondence 1976-1977, 1986-1990
81 2 Fundraising—Plaques—Correspondence 1986-1990
81 4 Fundraising—Quota—Correspondence and minutes 1985-1997
81 5 Fundraising—Reports 1965-1994
81 6 Fundraising—Scholarships—Correspondence and memorandums 1979-1997
81 7 Fundraising—Special gifts—Correspondence, minutes, and Grants Committee report 1980-1987
81 8 Fundraising—Terms of Reference 1961, 1988-1989, 1996
81 9 Fundraising—Various subjects—Correspondence, minutes, reports, and brochures 1975-1998
81 10 Fundraising—Various subjects—Correspondence, minutes, reports, and brochures 1975-1998
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64 2 Fundraising—Welfare Funds—Correspondence 1964-1967
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81 11 Fundraising—Youth Aliyah pins—Correspondence and minutes 1983-1995
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75 7 Hadassah alert—Emergency fundraising for evacuated Youth Aliyah children during fighting on Israel's northern borders—Circulated letter 1993 July 29
75 6 Hadassah Youth Aliyah campaign kit—"The future of Israel is in their hands…and yours" 1993
75 5 Hadassah Youth Aliyah Fundraising Chairman's mission to Israel—Correspondence, itinerary, notes, and brochures 1992
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6 2 Individual contributions—Correspondence 1945-1946
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2 1 Jewish Agency for Palestine, Child and Youth Immigration Bureau—Financial Statement and Statistical Survey 1944-1945
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49 5 Loeb, Adeline (Mrs. Carl M. Loeb)—Correspondence concerning a fundraising reception 1944
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64 35 Major gifts, scholarships, and fundraising—Correspondence 1977-1988
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59 16 Refuge Economic Corporation—Loan—Correspondence 1944-1946
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67 11 Repairs and Renovations Fund—Letter 1972
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88 15 Retrenchment—Jewish Agency budget cuts to Youth Aliyah—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1986-1996
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6 4 Statistical and narrative reports 1945-1946
6 3 Statistical reports on immigration by country of origin and financial reports 1944-1945
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59 21 Warburg, Frieda Schiff (Mrs. Felix M. Warburg)—Contributions and fundraising—Correspondence 1946-1948
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62 3 Welfare Chests—Fundraising and allocations for Youth Aliyah—Correspondence and statistics for circulation 1948
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52 10 Youth Aliyah budget and fundraising—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1962-1985
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67 5 Youth Aliyah budget—Emergency fund—Correspondence 1961, 1967
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59 13 Youth Aliyah campaign in America 1943-1944
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43 37 Youth Aliyah finances and budget 1959-1960
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44 1 Youth Aliyah finances and budget 1961
44 2 Youth Aliyah finances and budget 1962
44 3 Youth Aliyah finances and budget 1963
44 4 Youth Aliyah finances and budget 1964
44 5 Youth Aliyah finances and budget 1965
44 6 Youth Aliyah finances and budget 1966
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50 3 Youth Aliyah finances and budget 1978-1987
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62 10 Youth Aliyah finances and budget 1967-1977
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72 4 Youth Aliyah finances and budget—Action memorandums 1977-1978, 1987-1989
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41 8 Youth Aliyah finances and budget—Correspondence 1944-1945
41 9 Youth Aliyah finances and budget—Correspondence 1946
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75 8 Youth Aliyah fundraising events sponsored by Hadassah chapters—Invitations and clipping 1992-1993
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49 12 Youth Aliyah statistics 1948-1958
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89 1 Youth Aliyah statistics 1983-1992

Subseries 3: Publicity and Events, 1936-1996

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

Included are correspondence, articles, reports, press releases, clippings, speeches, and printed material pertaining to Hadassah's efforts to publicize Youth Aliyah aimed to garner interest and support in the United States. Through its national headquarters and its regional chapters, Hadassah organized events, issued news releases, and published articles and printed matter to raise awareness of its role in Youth Aliyah rescue work and immigration, as well as for fundraising purposes. A predominant amount of material in this subseries dates from the years just prior to World War II, to the end of the war, and through the immediate aftermath.

Some of the press releases dating from the 1930s include "Hadassah sent 300 German Children to Palestine;" "Frau Levi-Stein of Berlin to speak here on German youth;" "New York women to aid in the removal of Austrian children;" "Emergency plea for refugee children sent to Evian;" "Austrian mothers receive assurance on fate of Jewish child refugees;" and "Child refugees adrift on Danube to be sent from Austria to Palestine."

The subjects of the clippings include refugee movements, immigration certificate applications, and atrocities committed against the Jewish community in areas of Europe. There are Youth Aliyah articles by Dorothy Bar-Adon, Henrietta Szold, Eliezer Spector, Gerda Luft, S. Adler-Rudel, Braha Habas, and Norman Bentwich. Many of them report on Youth Aliyah history in its first fifteen years and document Youth Aliyah children in Nazi Europe and their adaptation to Palestine's (and later Israel's) environment and social institutions. Titles include "Poles and Persians: Youth Aliyah aboard 'Teti';" "Cyprus and the DP Camps cleared of Jewish orphans;" "Operation Magic Carpet;" "Youth Aliyah at work in France." The speeches include a manuscript of a speech delivered by the Baroness Édouard de Rothschild on the work of Youth Aliyah in France before and after the Nazi invasion, circa 1941; and speeches by Vera Weitzmann, Marian Greenberg, and Bertha Schoolman.

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23 7 Case histories, reports, and press releases used for publicity 1949-1950
23 5 "Child and Youth Aliyah Facts and Figures" and "Child and Youth Aliyah Newsreel" (bulletins) 1949 February-1950 September
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40 7 Child rescue campaigns—Hadassah press releases and literature for publicity and circulation to chapters 1943-1944
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7 2 Correspondence and articles 1939-1940
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6 5 Hadassah news releases 1936-1942
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41 3 Hadassah news releases 1943-1946
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2 2 Handbill—"A Grand Party" to support Youth Aliyah held at North Russell Street Synagogue in Boston circa 1940
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7 6 National Youth Aliyah Committee—Meetings—Correspondence 1941
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67 15 News Release—"Hadassah helps rescue eighty-four children from warring and neutral lands: all will train to aid war effort" 1942 August 21
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87 17 Public Relations—Articles and related correspondence 1984-1987, 1994-1996
87 15 Public Relations—Correspondence, articles, and personal stories 1985-1994
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88 1 Public Relations—Correspondence concerning Youth Aliyah publications and various brochures and pamphlets 1983-1993
88 2 Public Relations—Human interest stories 1988-1993
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71 2 Public Relations—Various subjects—Correspondence, articles, minutes, and press releases 1960-1991
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41 2 Publicity campaigns and material—Correspondence and literature 1946
41 4 Publicity—Correspondence and articles 1945 January-April
41 5 Publicity—Correspondence and articles 1945 May-July
41 6 Publicity—Correspondence and articles 1945 August-October
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42 2 Publicity—Correspondence and articles 1944-1945
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7 5 Reception and tea held at the home of Mrs. Herbert Lehman in honor of Lady Halifax—Correspondence 1941
7 8 Reception and tea held at the home of Mrs. Herbert Lehman in honor of Lady Halifax—News releases 1941
7 7 Reception and tea held at the home of Mrs. Herbert Lehman in honor of Lady Halifax—Speeches and list of invitees 1941
7 10 Reception held at the home of Fannie Hurst in honor of Mrs. James Roosevelt—Correspondence and speech by Baroness Édouard de Rothschild 1941
7 9 Reception held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Straus in honor of James G. McDonald and Larry Adler—Correspondence 1946
7 3 Receptions, meetings, and conferences—Invitations and replies 1942
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71 8 World Patron of Youth Aliyah award—Correspondence 1968-1969 and 1986-1987
71 9 Youth Aliyah awards—Correspondence 1959-1970, 1981-1987
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6 6 Youth Aliyah—Clippings 1938-1940
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7 1 Youth Aliyah—Clippings 1938-1940
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23 6 Youth Aliyah publications 1949-1950
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7 11 Youth Aliyah publicity literature for circulation 1940-1942
7 12 Youth Aliyah publicity literature for circulation 1940-1942
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8 1 Youth Aliyah publicity stories—Articles 1942-1944
8 2 Youth Aliyah publicity stories—Articles 1942-1944
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7 4 Youth Aliyah reception and conference—Speeches 1942

Subseries 4: Social Service Case Files and Case Histories, 1940-1959

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

This subseries contains case files of Youth Aliyah leaders (madrichim) and students whom Hadassah helped for various reasons. It also contains material concerning several groups of Youth Aliyah children and youth who were rescued during World War II. It should be mentioned that case histories were often used for publicity purposes to gain financial support for Youth Aliyah efforts. The subseries primarily contains correspondence, but also includes articles, reports, clippings and a transcript of a manuscript. Much of the correspondence involves Gisela (Warburg) Wyzanski while she served on Hadassah's National Youth Aliyah Committee.

Included is the case history of A.L. who needed medical treatment and was sent to the United States to receive it. The case of Bernard Gelbart is also covered in this subseries. Gelbart was a Youth Aliyah leader who was trapped in occupied Lithuania after leading several Youth Aliyah groups out of Germany and Poland. A typescript of Gelbart's article, Youth Aliyah in the Whirlwind of Time (Jugend-Alijah im Wirbel der Zeit) can be found here. Some of the other cases also pertain to Youth Aliyah leaders who were trapped in occupied Europe. There is material on the Teheran children; the Transdniestrian (Transnistria) children; and the children who were aboard the Darien (ship) when it was released from the Athlit (Atlit) Detention Camp. Material pertaining to the sinking of two ships, the Patria and the Struma (Strumah) can also be found in this subseries.

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52 3 Case histories 1944-1946
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3 11 Case of A.L.—Correspondence 1941-1942
3 12 Case of A.L.—Correspondence to Gisela Warburg 1941, 1943
3 13 Case of A.L.—Medical correspondence 1941 January-February
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4 1 Case of A.L.—Medical correspondence 1941 March-August
4 2 Case of A.L.—Medical correspondence and general correspondence 1941, 1943, 1997
4 7 Case of Bernard Gelbart—Correspondence 1941 January-1942 June
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35 2 Case of Bernard Gelbart—Report and clippings 1958-1959
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5 1 Case of F.L.—Correspondence 1941 June-November
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4 9 Case of Heinz Warschauer—Correspondence 1941 February-December
4 10 Case of Heinz Warschauer—Correspondence 1942 January-September
4 6 Case of Oscar Haendler and Selma Haendler—Correspondence 1941-1945
4 8 Gelbart, Bernard—Typescript—Youth Aliyah in the Whirlwind of Time (Jugend-Alijah im Wirbel der Zeit)—Reprint of story in Hadassah newsletter "Homeward Flight" 1942
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9 5 Release of Darien (ship) children from Athlit Detention Camp—Correspondence 1942
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4 5 Sinking of the Patria (ship)—Letter from Henrietta Szold (before the sinking) and press releases 1940 November-December
4 4 Sinking of the Struma (ship)—Articles, clippings, and speeches 1942 January-April
4 3 Sinking of the Struma (ship)—Correspondence and passenger list 1942 January-June
4 11 Teheran children—Case histories and correspondence 1943 March-1944 January
4 12 Transdniestrian (Transnistria) children—Case histories, correspondence, and publication 1944 June-August
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Series II: Youth Aliyah Offices during the rise of Nazi Germany, World War II, and the immediate aftermath, 1935-1948

Subseries 1 is in German and English. Subseries 2 and 3 are primarily in English with some material in Hebrew and German.
Arrangement:

This series is arranged into three subseries.

Scope and Content:

The material in this series pertains to the Youth Aliyah offices in Berlin, Jerusalem, and London. For many years Hadassah was the largest financial contributor to the Youth Aliyah movement. As a result, correspondence originating in the Berlin office of Youth Aliyah (Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Kinder und Jugend Alijah) came to Hadassah's national headquarters in New York City until the Berlin office was closed by the Nazis in 1939. The same is true of correspondence from the Jerusalem office of Youth Aliyah (chiefly called the Child and Youth Immigration Bureau) in the 1930s and 1940s. The correspondence of the London office (Children and Youth Aliyah, Society for the Immigration of Jewish Boys and Girls into Palestine closest to the developing disaster in Nazi-occupied Europe and to the refugees in transit countries on the way to Palestine, was also directed to Hadassah in New York. The series documents the period from 1935 to 1948 during which time some of the key people from the three Youth Aliyah offices died including Hedwig Eppstein (died at Auschwitz); Henrietta Szold (died February 13, 1945 at the age of 84); and Hans Beyth (shot and killed during an attack on the convoy he was in Palestine in 1947). The series includes correspondence, reports, publications, publicity material, and minutes.

Subseries 1: Berlin—Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Kinder und Jugend Alijah, 1935-1941

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

This subseries documents the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Kinder und Jugend Alijah that opened in 1933 in Berlin following the passage of laws that increasingly restricted Jews from employment, education, and civil society in Germany. The material in this subseries was compiled by Hadassah when the organization became officially involved in the Youth Aliyah movement in 1935. Included are correspondence, reports, and printed material. The correspondence is primarily between the Arbeitsgemeinschaft (Berlin office), the Jerusalem/Palestine office, and Hadassah. Correspondents include Eva Michaelis-Stern and Hedwig Epstein (Berlin), Henrietta Szold, Hans Beyth, and Georg Laudauer (Jerusalem/Palestine office), Marian Greenberg (Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee Chairman), and Rose Jacobs (Hadassah President). Subjects include youth immigration to Palestine; immigration certificates; finances and fundraising; religious education for Jewish youth in Palestine; and the administration of Youth Aliyah in Germany and Palestine. There are articles and reports from Eva Michaelis-Stern, Leo Baeck, and Recha Freier, as well as bulletins published by the Arbeitsgemeinschaft.

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1 9 Alenu Newspaper undated
1 3 Correspondence 1936 January 24-1936 June 29
1 4 Correspondence 1936 July 8-1936 December 31
1 5 Correspondence 1937 January 27-1937 December 29
1 6 Correspondence 1938 January-1938 December 19
1 7 Correspondence 1939 January 18-1939 December
1 8 Correspondence 1940 January 9-1941 March 31
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35 8 Financial report of Youth Aliyah in Germany 1939 September
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1 1 Reports, articles, and printed materials 1935-1938
  

Includes an article by Eva Michaelis-Stern, "Die Jugend-Alijah in Europa: Zwölf Jahre unter dem Naziregime;" a report by Leo Baeck, "The Emigration of German Jewish Children and Youth to Palestine;" and an account of the founding of the Youth Aliyah movement from the perspective of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, Central Bureau for the Settlement of German Jews in Palestine, circa 1935.

 
1 2 Youth Aliyah Bulletins printed by Arbeitsgemeinschaft 1936 August-1938 May-June

Subseries 2: Jerusalem—Jewish Agency for Palestine, Child and Youth Immigration Bureau, 1935-1948

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

This subseries includes correspondence, reports (education; financial; statistical; and others) and minutes documenting the Jerusalem office of Youth Aliyah, primarily called the Child and Youth Immigration Bureau of the Jewish Agency for Palestine (later the Jewish Agency for Israel) from 1935 to 1948. The office was originally called the Central Bureau for the Settlement of German Jews in Palestine, Jewish Agency for Palestine. The material is almost entirely from the period of the British Mandate for Palestine, though some material dates after the founding of the State of Israel in 1948. Henrietta Szold served as Director of the Child and Youth Immigration Bureau from 1933 to 1945. Following Szold's death in 1945, Hans Beyth assumed the role of Director until his premature death in 1947. Moshe Kol (formerly Moshe Kolodny) took over after as Director after Beyth and Kol's tenure is well-documented in Series III, particularly in Subseries 6: People.

The correspondence originates mostly from Henrietta Szold, Hans Beyth, and Georg Landauer who served as Treasurer of the Palestine office during this period. Most correspondence is directed to or between the Berlin office (until its closure in 1939); the London office; and Hadassah. Correspondents include Gisela (Warburg) Wyzanski (originally from the Berlin office and then with Hadassah); Rose Jacobs; Eva Michaelis-Stern; Siegfried Lehmann; Ethel Agron (originally Agronsky); Rose Viteles; Tamar de Sola Pool; and Akiba Lewinsky. There are reports from Alexander Dushkin; inspection reports; Henrietta Szold's report to Hadassah on the state of the Social Service Division of the Va'ad Leumi; and reports on the activities of Child and Youth Immigration Bureau.

Subjects represented in the subseries include finances and fundraising; child and youth immigration and rescue from Europe; religious education and communities in Palestine; training of madrichim (youth leaders); the administration of Youth Aliyah in Palestine; refugee conditions in Cyprus detention camps; Youth Aliyah education; the "Town to City Plan;" the death of Hans Beyth; security concerns for Youth Aliyah children in Palestine; Youth Aliyah institutions in Palestine; and scholarships for Youth Aliyah graduates; underprivileged children in Palestine; and European refugees.

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19 7 Arrivals in Palestine—Henrietta Szold Reception Center—Correspondence 1946 November-1948 July
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11 7 Ben Shemen—Youth Aliyah children from Poland 1937 June-1938 July
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2 18 Beyth, Hans—Cable from (copy) 1944 February 15
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15 1 Beyth, Hans—Correspondence 1944-1948
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2 17 Beyth, Hans—Correspondence and report to Ethel Agron (originally Agronsky) regarding youth immigration and certificates of immigration 1945 October 14
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15 2 Beyth, Hans—Family—Financial arrangements correspondence 1948
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11 3 Case histories—German children chosen for Youth Aliyah 1938 May-June
11 4 Children's Aliyah—Correspondence concerning its structure and administration 1939 April-1940 September
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51 15 Correspondence 1944-1945
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11 12 Correspondence 1945 September-1946 June
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12 1 Correspondence 1946 March-May
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18 24 Correspondence 1946 October-1947 February
18 25 Correspondence 1947 February-June
18 26 Correspondence 1947 July-December
18 27 Correspondence 1947 December-1948 June
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19 5 Finances and budget 1947-1948
19 6 Finances and budget 1946-1947
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62 2 Financial report, 1943-1944 1945
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12 2 Hadassah Emergency Committee (HEC)—Correspondence 1940-1942
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19 9 Henrietta Szold Loan Fund for Youth Aliyah graduates—Statement of loans given and correspondence 1947
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8 7 Henrietta Szold Scholarship Fund and other donations 1943-1946
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11 8 Kfar Noar Dati—Religious issues 1936-1943
11 5 Landauer, Georg—Correspondence 1939 June-1940 April
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15 7 Landauer, Georg—Correspondence 1946 October-1948 July
15 6 Landauer, Georg—Correspondence—United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNNRA) and financial 1944 October-1946 May
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14 16 Landauer, Georg—Financial correspondence and reports 1940-1942
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2 3 Landauer, Georg—Letter to Rose G. Jacobs 1935 August 27
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11 11 Madrichim (youth leaders)—Training of madrichim in America 1945 July 3
11 6 Magdiel Project for the General Zionists—Correspondence concerning funding 1938 December-1940 May
11 10 Minutes—Youth Aliyah meeting that included Recha Freier, Henrietta Szold, and others 1941 May 25
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19 3 Publicity stories 1946-1948
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9 8 Refugee Economic Corporation—Loan from—Correspondence 1938-1941
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19 8 Religious education for Youth Aliyah children —Correspondence 1947-1948
19 4 Statistics and reports used for publicity 1946-1948
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11 13 Supply of clothing to Youth Aliyah wards—Correspondence and reports 1945 January-June
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8 3 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence 1935-1938
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11 1 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence 1936 October-1938 November
11 2 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence (2 of 2) 1936 October-1938 November
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8 4 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence 1938 May-October
8 5 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence 1938 November-1939 February
8 8 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence 1939 January-1940 March
8 6 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence 1939 March-1944 August
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9 1 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence 1940 January-October
9 3 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence 1940 November-1941 May
9 2 Szold, Henrietta—Correspondence 1941 January-1944 November
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2 11 Szold, Henrietta—Letter to Dr. Isaac Herzog 1943 February 2
2 15 Szold, Henrietta—Letter to Gisela Warburg (later Wyzanski) 1943 June 27
2 10 Szold, Henrietta—Letter to J. Alexander, Secretary, South African Zionist Foundation 1943 January 31
2 6 Szold, Henrietta—Letter to Morris Rothenberg 1936 January 19
2 12 Szold, Henrietta—Letter to Tamar de Sola Pool 1943 February 4
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11 9 Va'ad Leumi—Social services for refugee children 1939-1942
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9 9 Youth Aliyah Advisory Committee in Palestine—Establishment of and selection of a Hadassah representative 1942-1943
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12 3 Youth Aliyah budget, financial reports, and related correspondence 1942-1945
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9 6 Youth Aliyah Graduates Fund—Correspondence and reports 1940-1942
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19 1 Youth Aliyah Management Committee (Israel)—Minutes and correspondence 1946-1948
19 2 Youth Aliyah Management Committee (Israel)—Minutes and correspondence 1947-1948

Subseries 3: London—Children and Youth Aliyah, Society for the Immigration of Jewish Boys and Girls into Palestine, 1938-1948

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

This series documents the London offices of Youth Aliyah, called the Children and Youth Aliyah, Society for the Immigration of Jewish Boys and Girls into Palestine. It was originally called the Youth Aliyah World Association for the Immigration to Palestine of Jewish Boys and Girls. Contained in the subseries are correspondence, minutes, Youth Aliyah bulletins, and reports. Much of the correspondence is between Eva Michaelis-Stern and Lola Warburg in London, the Jerusalem office, and Hadassah, primarily with Marian Greenberg, the Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee Chairman. Subjects include the Nazi invasion of Austria and Jewish refugees interned on the Danube; Nazi attacks on the Jews of Vienna; and the Hadassah Resolution to the Evian Refugee Conference in France, 1938.

The subseries also contains files ("Central Files") that were sent to the Hadassah headquarters in New York City for safekeeping during World War II. These files include correspondence and related material concerning finances; immigration certificates; transit negotiations and routes for various children's groups to reach Palestine; a Hadassah protest sent to Winston Churchill on the sinking of the Struma; and a letter from Edvard Beneš, the then-President of Czechoslovakia in exile in London during the War, commending Youth Aliyah for its work. Correspondence concerning the return of the "Central Files" to the London office can also be found in this subseries.

Reports include "Five years of youth immigration into Palestine, 1934-1939" by Henrietta Szold; and Michaelis-Stern's report, "Children immigration to Holland in connection with Youth Aliyah, 1938." Other reports include "How children are rescued by the Yishuv in Palestine," "Youth Aliyah in Givat Brenner," and "Conditions of Jews in transit countries." There are also reports and correspondence concerning conditions in Sachsenhausen, Buchenwald, and Dachau concentration camps, 1939; and a 1939 report from the Berlin office describing German government policies towards the Arbeitsgemeinschaft, Gestapo interrogations of Arbeitsgemeinschaft staff; and other material concerning the control and surveillance of Youth Aliyah activities in Germany.

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13 1 Correspondence 1938 April-December
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12 4 Correspondence 1938 December-1939 April
12 5 Correspondence (2 of 2) 1938 December-1939 April
12 6 Correspondence 1939 April-December
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50 8 Correspondence 1942-1944
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20 4 Correspondence 1946 October-1948 June
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13 2 Correspondence and reports 1938 January-1940 September
13 3 Correspondence and reports (2 of 2) 1938 January-1940 September
13 4 Correspondence, reports, and minutes 1944-1946
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12 8 Executive Committee of Children and Youth Aliyah—Minutes 1939 July-1942 September
12 9 Executive Committee of Children and Youth Aliyah—Minutes (2 of 2) 1939 July-1942 September
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14 9 London Office—Central Files 1940 October-1941 March
14 10 London Office—Central Files 1941 April-November
14 11 London Office—Central Files 1941 December-1942 September
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92 4 London Office—Central files—Correspondence regarding the return of files sent to Hadassah for safekeeping during World War II 1946
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12 7 Youth Aliyah Bulletins from Berlin and London 1938 August-1941 January
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Series III: Youth Aliyah Organization and Activities, 1928-2009

Primarily in English with some material in Hebrew and German.
Arrangement:

This series is arranged into seven subseries.

Scope and Content:

This series consists of material that comprises a documentation of the Youth Aliyah movement and subsequent Youth Aliyah organization and activities as compiled by Hadassah. The material represents many institutions and people who were involved in Youth Aliyah.

Subseries 1: Committees, 1936-2007

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

The Committees subseries incorporates documentation created by numerous Youth Aliyah-related committees that were formed by various organizations including Hadassah and the Department of Youth Aliyah of the Jewish Agency for Israel (formerly the Jewish Agency for Palestine). Many of the committees included representatives from various organizations, therefore the material produced by these committees has been organized into one subseries. The bulk of the material consists of correspondence, minutes, and reports but there are also notices of meetings, agendas, and memorandums.

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67 10 Advisory Committee—Proposed—Report of meeting 1968
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92 5 Children at Risk Committee—Correspondence and reports 2006-2007
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5 5 Expansion of Youth Aliyah Program—Urban project—Correspondence 1940-1942
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20 12 Hadassah Chapters—Youth Aliyah Committees—Circulated material and correspondence 1946-1948
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29 4 Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee—Agendas 1958-1959
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20 10 Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee—Correspondence and minutes 1947 March-December
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76 13 Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee—Correspondence and minutes 1973, 1986-1993
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29 5 Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee—Minutes 1958-1959
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63 23 Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee—Minutes 1973 November 14
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77 1 Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee—Minutes 1984-1993
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29 3 Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee—Minutes and reports 1950-1959
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76 12 Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee—Notice of meetings 1982-1993
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5 2 Honorary Advisory Committee for Youth Aliyah—Correspondence 1940-1941
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92 8 Management Committee for Child and Youth Immigration—Absorption of immigrant youth in new settlements—Minutes 1948
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59 20 Palestine Council of Hadassah—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1936-1939
59 9 Political Committee and Political Roundtable—Minutes 1945-1946
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5 8 United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) regarding Youth Aliyah—Correspondence 1945-1946
5 9 United Palestine Appeal—Correspondence 1944-1946
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49 4 Youth Aliyah Advisory Committee in Palestine—Correspondence 1942-1944
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5 4 Youth Aliyah Advisory Committee in Palestine—Correspondence regarding the appointment of a Hadassah representative 1940-1942
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21 9 Youth Aliyah and Palestine Youth Services Committee—Minutes 1948-1949
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20 8 Youth Aliyah and Palestine Youth Services Committee—Minutes and correspondence 1947-1948
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29 6 Youth Aliyah and Vocational Education Committee—Minutes 1952-1954
29 7 Youth Aliyah and Vocational Education Committee—Minutes 1954-1955
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30 1 Youth Aliyah and Vocational Education Committee—Minutes 1956
30 2 Youth Aliyah and Vocational Education Committee—Minutes 1957
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21 10 Youth Aliyah and Youth Services Committee—Minutes 1950
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30 3 Youth Aliyah and Youth Services Committee—Minutes 1950-1952
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92 20 Youth Aliyah Management Committee (Israel)—Correspondence and minutes 1945-1946
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67 6 Youth Aliyah Management Committee (Israel)—Correspondence and reports 1965-1966
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29 1 Youth Aliyah Management Committee (Israel)—Minutes 1950-1956
29 2 Youth Aliyah Management Committee (Israel)—Minutes 1956-1959
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21 11 Youth Aliyah Management Committee (Israel)—Minutes 1948-1950
21 12 Youth Aliyah Management Committee (Israel)—Minutes (2 of 2) 1948-1950
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67 7 Youth Aliyah Vocational Education Advisory Committee—Minutes undated, 1966
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5 7 Youth Immigration Coordinating Committee—Correspondence and minutes 1945-1946
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20 9 Youth Immigration Coordinating Committee—Correspondence and minutes 1946-1947
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92 23 Youth Immigration Coordinating Committee—Correspondence, minutes, and statements regarding the formation of the committee 1945
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5 6 Youth Immigration Coordinating Committee—Minutes and memorandums 1946 May-July

Subseries 2: Conferences and Seminars, 1935-1996

Arrangement:

Chronological.

Scope and Content:

This subseries provides a documentation of Youth Aliyah conferences and seminars held primarily in New York City, Jerusalem, and Switzerland dating from the 1930s through the 1990s.The subseries contains correspondence, reports, speeches, programs, agendas, proceedings, and printed ephemera that resulted from Youth Aliyah conferences and seminars. Hadassah was heavily involved in these events as they helped organize, as well as participate in the conferences and seminars.

The subjects of the conferences and seminars reflect pressing issues for the Youth Aliyah movement such as the rescue of Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Europe; the immigration of Jewish children and their families (if they were not orphaned) from North Africa, the Middle East, and the former Soviet Union; the absorption and integration of Youth Aliyah children into Israeli society; and Youth Aliyah education and vocational training. Examples of the topics of the speeches contained in this subseries include a speech by Dr. Georg Josephthal on the subject of time running out for the Jews of North Africa and Zena Harman's recollections of Henrietta Szold and Youth Aliyah (1954); a speech by Rabbi Philip Bernstein, "Remembering Anne Frank" (New York, 1958), based on conversations with Otto Frank; "The future of Youth Aliyah" by Moshe Kol (Jerusalem, 1958); and a slide presentation on the history of Youth Aliyah and narrated by Gisela Warburg Wyzanski (1959).

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35 4 First Youth Aliyah World Conference—Report 1935
35 6 Second Youth Aliyah World Conference—Report 1937
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49 2 Third Youth Aliyah World Conference—Correspondence and program 1939
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59 11 Youth Aliyah Conference—Geneva—Correspondence 1945-1946
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20 3 Youth Aliyah conferences—Switzerland—Correspondence and reports 1946-1947
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26 8 Youth Aliyah Conference—New York 1950
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28 5 World Conference of Youth Aliyah—Jerusalem 1951
28 4 Youth Aliyah Conference—New York 1951
28 6 Youth Aliyah Conference—New York 1952
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63 5 Youth Aliyah seminars—Minutes and presentation 1953-1959
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28 7 Youth Aliyah Conference—New York 1954
28 8 Youth Aliyah Conference—New York 1955
28 9 World Conference of Youth Aliyah—Jerusalem 1956
28 10 Youth Aliyah Conference—"Operation North Africa"—New York 1956
28 11 Youth Aliyah Conference—"Operation Rescue"—New York 1957
28 12 European Youth Aliyah Conferences—Paris and London 1957-1960
28 13 Youth Aliyah Conference—"Remembering Anne Frank"—New York 1958
28 15 Youth Aliyah Conference—Twenty-fifth Anniversary—New York (February 1959) 1958-1959
28 14 World Conference of Youth Aliyah—Jerusalem 1959
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35 17 World Conference of Youth Aliyah—Jerusalem—Addresses, reports, program, and printed ephemera 1959
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62 8 Youth Aliyah Conference—New York—Minutes and proceedings 1959-1960
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58 1 World Conference of Youth Aliyah—Israel—Correspondence and agenda 1960
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62 9 Youth Aliyah conferences—United States—Correspondence and minutes 1961-1968
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88 16 Youth Aliyah conferences and seminars—Correspondence, agendas, and reports 1962-1996
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57 2 Youth Aliyah conferences and seminars—Correspondence, speeches, and reports 1963-1969
57 3 Youth Aliyah conferences and seminars—Correspondence, speeches, and reports 1963-1969
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36 6 "The World Conference of Youth Aliyah on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary"—Report (copy 1) 1964
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42 20 "The World Conference of Youth Aliyah on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary"—Report (copy 2) 1964
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57 4 Youth Aliyah Conference and Seminars—Israel—Correspondence, speeches, minutes, and program 1969
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56 6 Youth Aliyah seminars 1976-1978
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64 26 World Conference of Youth Aliyah and forty-fifth anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Letter concerning planning and dates 1979
64 24 Fiftieth Anniversary World Conference of Youth Aliyah in Israel—Letter and Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1983
64 25 Conferences and Seminars in Israel—Correspondence, programs, agendas, and articles 1984-1987

Subseries 3: Diaspora Countries, 1936-1995

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

This subseries magnifies the various issues encountered by the Youth Aliyah movement to rescue, sponsor the immigration of, and integrate Youth Aliyah children from throughout the Jewish Diaspora into the Yishuv (the Jewish settlement in Palestine) and, post-1948, into Israeli society. Early efforts during World War II were primarily rescue-focused, trying to get Jewish children out of Europe to Palestine. After the war, efforts turned to sponsoring Youth Aliyah for children from all over the Diaspora and their subsequent assimilation and education. Children from specific regions had unique issues. Cultural differences became pronounced, as children from urban and rural settings, and children from North Africa, the Middle East, and the former Soviet Union, had different needs and different issues. From 1984 to 1985, "Operation Moses" evacuated approximately 8,000 Ethiopian Jews from Sudan to Israel. Many of the children arrived without parents. In 1991, the "Operation Solomon" airlift brought roughly 14,300 Ethiopian Jews to Israel within thirty-six hours. Two thirds of them were under the age of eighteen. At this time, in 1991, Hadassah allocated an additional three-million-dollar grant over three years for the education and absorption of the Ethiopian youth in Israel. Material in this subseries documents these activities, issues, and events. Included are correspondence, minutes, reports, and printed material.

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56 9 Arab children—Correspondence and reports 1956-1959
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50 9 Aruba 1944
50 10 Australia 1943-1944
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25 13 Belgium and Holland—Reports 1948
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13 8 Buchenwald children 1945 April-June
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50 11 Bulgaria 1942-1944
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27 7 Bulgaria—Report by Gideon Philips, "Why do youth from Bulgaria leave their groups?" 1950-1951
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13 9 Canada—European children in Canadian internment camps 1940-1942
13 10 Canada—European children in Canadian internment camps 1940-1942
13 7 Caribbean Islands including Aruba and Curaçao 1945 March-July
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14 4 Emergency Council—Judah L. Magnes correspondence 1944-1945
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92 3 Cyprus—British detention camps—Report from Bertha Schoolman to Moshe Kolodny (later Moshe Kol) and Georg Landauer 1948 February 29
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20 5 Cyprus—Detention camp reports and correspondence 1946 December-1948 August
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51 1 Denmark 1943
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14 8 Denmark—Danish children and Melanie Oppenhejm correspondence 1940 November-1942 January
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75 1 Directory of International Youth Aliyah Offices circa 1968
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27 8 Egypt 1957
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14 4 Emergency Council—Judah L. Magnes correspondence 1944-1945
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92 25 Ethiopia—Absorption of young olim from Ethiopia in Youth Aliyah, 1985-1995 1995 October
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78 2 Ethiopia—Children—Accounting—Budget—Correspondence and memorandums 1989-1995
78 4 Ethiopia—Children—Fundraising—Correspondence and minutes 1991-1995
78 3 Ethiopia—Children—Ma'alot Education Center—Correspondence 1974, 1992
78 5 Ethiopia—Children—Public relations material 1991
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77 10 Ethiopia—Children—Various subjects—Correspondence and memorandums 1991-1994
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78 1 Ethiopia—Children—Various subjects—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1991-1992
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34 4 Ethiopia—Falasha Children—Correspondence and reports 1954-1956
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50 6 Ethiopia—Falasha children—Correspondence and reports 1977-1984
50 1 Ethiopia—Falasha—Reports 1986-1987
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67 3 Ethiopia—Falasha youth—Articles and reports 1981-1984
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63 22 Ethiopia—Operation Solomon—Article (photocopy) and flier 1991
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50 2 Ethiopia—Youth Aliyah—Correspondence and reports 1984-1985
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20 1 Europe—Reports on Youth Aliyah conditions 1947-1948
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51 6 France 1942-1944
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13 11 France 1944 November-1946 March
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20 2 France 1947 January-1948 May
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14 6 France—American Friends Service Committee correspondence regarding transit visas 1939 December-1940 January
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25 14 France—Children's Village at Cambous (near Montpellier)—Correspondence 1952-1957
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26 1 France—Correspondence and reports 1948-1950
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14 7 France—Karafiol Children (Southern France) correspondence 1941 January-1942 March
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41 1 Freedom Village—Correspondence regarding planning and subsequent abandonment of the project 1944-1948
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21 5 Freedom Village—Esco Foundation and Hadassah correspondence 1946-1948
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14 5 Freedom Village—Esco Foundation correspondence and publications 1944-1946
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40 9 Freedom Village—Planning and fundraising—Correspondence, informational literature, and brochures 1943
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27 10 Germany 1936, 1956-1959
27 9 Great Britain 1951-1957
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13 13 Greece 1945 June-1946 June
13 5 Hachsharah in America 1940-1942
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51 3 Hungary 1944
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27 11 Hungary 1956-1957
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51 9 Hungary and Romania 1942-1944
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28 1 Iran 1958
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51 5 Iran and Iraq 1942
51 4 Italy 1943-1944
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13 15 Italy 1945 March-December
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20 6 Italy 1947-1948
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26 2 Italy—Correspondence and reports 1948-1949
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50 5 Italy—Selvino children and Luigi Gorini 1976-1984
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51 2 Netherlands 1942-1943
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13 14 Netherlands—Dutch children and resistance 1946 January - July
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26 3 North Africa—Correspondence and reports 1948-1950
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28 2 North Africa (mostly Morocco) 1952-1957
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26 4 Norway—Correspondence 1949-1950
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14 12 Persia (Iran) and Iraq 1941 April-1942 May
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51 7 Poland 1942-1944
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28 3 Poland 1953-1959
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51 8 Portugal 1944
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14 1 Portugal—Martha Sharp correspondence 1944-1945
14 14 South Africa—Fund drive correspondence 1941 April-1942 July
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20 7 South Africa—Fundraising correspondence 1946 November-1947 August
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14 15 South America—Fundraising 1941 April-1945 May
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50 7 Soviet Union and Iran—Correspondence and reports 1975-1988
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78 9 Soviet Union—Children—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1985-1996
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51 10 Spain 1944
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13 6 Summary of medical report by Dr. Samuel Spiro on the health of children and youth in Europe 1946 July 18
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14 13 Sweden and Denmark 1940 December-1942 July
14 2 Switzerland 1945 May-1946 May
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51 12 Teheran children—American correspondence and memorandums 1942-1943
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2 14 Teheran children—Letter to Berl Locker (in London) from Henrietta Szold 1943 March 25
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14 3 Teheran Children—Meeting of Youth Aliyah teachers and youth instructors—Minutes and correspondence 1944-1945
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63 13 Teheran children—Minutes and articles 1960, 1973, 1984
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2 13 Teheran children—Notices to the press and public from Henrietta Szold 1943 February 27 and March 14
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51 13 Teheran children—Palestine and London correspondence and reports 1942-1943
51 14 Teheran children—Palestine and London correspondence and reports 1942-1943
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OS Box 1 6 Teheran children—Photographs (photocopies) of the children and youth leaders in Teheran and arriving in Palestine 1942-1943
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2 8 Teheran Children—"Polish Child Refugees at Teheran"—Report by Henrietta Szold 1942 November 15
2 7 Teheran Children—Report from David Levenberg, correspondence, and photographs (photocopies) 1942-1943, circa 1970s
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71 5 Teheran children—Reunions—Correspondence, articles, and publication circa 1973-1975, 1988
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3 3 Teheran—Report from orphanage in Teheran to Jerusalem (photocopy) 1943 November 9
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51 11 Turkey 1943-1944
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13 12 United States Committee for the Care of European Children—Correspondence and publications 1940 October-1942 August
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52 5 1945-1946

Subseries 4: Education, Programs, and Training, 1944-2001

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

This subseries highlights the importance of education in the Youth Aliyah program. The early Youth Aliyah educational program focused on agriculture, the Hebrew language, and assimilation into the Yishuv. In 1952, under the advocacy and sponsorship of Hadassah and supervision of the Department of Youth Aliyah of the Jewish Agency for Israel, the Rural Vocational Education Center was established (for more on the Center see Series III, Subseries 5: Institutions) as vocational education became a major focus of the Youth Aliyah educational program. The groundwork for the establishment of the Center dates back to Alexander Dushkin's original survey of educational needs in Israel in 1947 (see Series III, Subseries 7; Box 15, Folder 8). Hadassah Neurim became the largest vocation educational center (for more on Hadassah Neurim see Series III, Subseries 5: Institutions). In 1979, Hadassah allocated a fund of $450,000 to establish a Youth Aliyah Pedagogical Center, with twenty-five satellites throughout Israel, to assist educators of disadvantaged youth. The fund was in honor of the forty-fifth anniversary of Youth Aliyah and was also used for educational Mobile Units, traveling educational facilities manned with teachers that visit youth centers. Mobile Units included a library and audiovisual aids. Information regarding the Pedagogical Center and Mobile Units can be found in Series III, Subseries 5: Institutions. Ramat Hadassah Szold had the largest preparatory program where low achieving children were sent (for more on Ramat Hadassah Szold see Series III, Subseries 5: Institutions). Within one or two years, seventy-five percent of children transferred to regular educational facilities.

This subseries also documents the training of Youth Aliyah madrichim (Youth Aliyah leaders and instructors) and social workers. In the 1940s, Hadassah sponsored Youth Aliyah social workers from Palestine to train in the United States. Material regarding this includes a thesis that resulted from the training, "Helping Post-War European Jewish Adolescents to Adjust in Israel" (see Box 22, Folder 3).

Most present in this subseries are correspondence, minutes, and reports, but there are also units of instruction and study course material, printed ephemera, and a thesis. For more publications and reports concerning Youth Aliyah education and programs see Series III, Subseries 7.

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65 8 Academic programs—Correspondence and reports 1982-1984
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92 1 Adolescent health—Health education—Correspondence and report 1996
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58 12 Child Guidance Clinic—Correspondence and clippings 1961-1967
58 14 Clinical services—Proposed reorganization—Reports 1963
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93 1 Creating an underclass: How Israel's educational system is failing Ethiopian immigrant youth 1995 June
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26 5 Dushkin, Alexander—Education—Correspondence and reports 1949-1950
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64 17 Education—Correspondence and minutes 1963-1989
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22 1 Education—Reports and correspondence 1949-1950
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42 14 Education—"Special programme for the 16-17 1/2 year old"—Pamphlet 1973
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58 10 Education—Various topics—Correspondence, reports, and clippings 1950-1962
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60 7 Hadassah Youth Services—Correspondence 1949
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22 3 Hoek, Andries Asher and Shlomit Hoek—Correspondence and thesis—"Helping Post-War European Jewish Adolescents to Adjust in Israel" 1948-1949
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21 3 Hoek, Andries Asher—Madrichim—Social Work education in the United States 1946-1948
21 4 Hoek, Shlomit (Katzmann)—Madrichim—Social Work education in the United States 1946-1948
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41 10 Madrichim—Leadership training 1944-1945
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21 2 Madrichim—Leadership training in America 1946-1947
21 1 Madrichim—Leadership training in Palestine 1945-1948
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59 26 Music in Youth Aliyah—Correspondence 1954-1959
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94 Operation-Music for Israel scrapbook with photographs 1951-1959
  

Operation-Music for Israel was a music program created to provide musical instruments for children and teens in Israel, including Youth Aliyah children. The program was started by Helen Coates, a close friend of Leonard Bernstein, and was supported by two organizations, Children to Palestine and the Christian Jewish Committee. Coates served as Chairman of Operation-Music for Israel. Leonard Bernstein (New York Philharmonic) and Serge Koussevitzky (Boston Symphony Orchestra) served as the national co-chairmen. After Koussevitzky's death in 1951, his wife, Olga Koussevitzky, served in his place. The program had numerous sponsors including Arthur Fiedler, Aaron Copland, Benny Goodman, and Albert Einstein. Hadassah also participated in the program. The scrapbook includes correspondence, photographs, circulation letters to supporters, clippings, concert programs, and printed ephemera. Helen Coates, Olga Koussevitzky, and Leonard Bernstein are a few of the people represented in the photographs.

 
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92 9 Programs—Joy of Judaism and Eshet Chayil—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1998-2001
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31 6 Rural Vocational Center—Budget 1952-1958
31 1 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence 1951-1952
31 2 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence 1953-1954
31 3 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence 1954-1958
31 4 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence 1959
31 5 Rural Vocational Center Management Board—Minutes and correspondence 1952-1955
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49 14 Social work—Correspondence and reports 1949-1959
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59 12 Social workers—Training of Palestinian social workers in America 1944-1946
59 27 Study course—"The epic of Youth Aliyah" 1953
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63 20 Study Program in Israel—Tenth grade students—Correspondence 1978-1979
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58 13 Summer camps—Correspondence 1961-1970
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63 10 Summer camps—Minutes 1956-1957
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59 28 Unit of instruction on Youth Aliyah 1958-1959
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64 18 Vocational education—Correspondence and minutes 1964-1968
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26 6 Vocational education—Correspondence and reports 1948- 1950
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93 6 Where are the parents? Parent involvement in the Youth Aliyah educational process by Alisa Poskanzer circa 1993
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92 18 Youth Aliyah education—Correspondence and reports 1949, 1956
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78 11 Youth Aliyah programs and exchange programs—United States—Correspondence and brochures 1977-1991

Subseries 5: Institutions, 1928-2008

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

The Youth Aliyah Institutions subseries documents youth villages, day centers, and educational facilities that were established for Youth Aliyah wards. By 1997, there were seventy youth villages and boarding schools, forty kibbutzim, and fifteen day centers connected to Youth Aliyah. Hadassah played a significant role in the establishment, funding, and upkeep of numerous Youth Aliyah institutions and facilities. Included are correspondence, minutes, reports, speeches, architectural records, publications, and printed ephemera illuminating Hadassah's advocacy, support, and activities pertaining to Youth Aliyah institutions.

A Youth village is a group home with educational facilities. One of the earliest Youth Aliyah institutions is Ben Shemen Youth Village, founded in 1927. It was established by Siegfried Lehmann, a German-born doctor and educator who also founded a Jewish orphanage in Berlin during World War I. The earliest material in this subseries (and in the entire collection) concerns Ben Shemen and correspondence of Lehmann can also be found here. Other youth villages that are represented in this subseries include Alonei Yitzhak Youth Village, Hadassah Neurim, Israel Goldstein Youth Village, Meir Shfeya, Neve Hadassah Youth Village, Nitzanim Youth Village, and Ramat Hadassah Szold.

Day Centers are educational facilities located in various cities throughout Israel that focus on vocational education and training. The centers provide vocational education to students who have been rejected by regular schools in their hometowns. The day centers, in part, were funded by Hadassah. By 1997, there were thirteen youth day centers in various cities. Several day centers were named after former Hadassah presidents including the Bernice Tannenbaum Day Center (formerly in Herzilya, then moved to Kiryat Shmona); the Faye Schenk Vocational Day Center (Jerusalem); the Frieda Lewis Day Center (Lod); the Carmela Kalmanson Day Center (Rehovot); and the Rose Matzkin Day Center (Tel Aviv). Material regarding these day centers and others are included in this subseries.

Educational facilities that Hadassah supported or funded include the Rural Vocational Center; the Madrichim Seminary at Villa Rosemarie; the Youth Aliyah Pedagogical Centers; the educational Mobile Units (traveling educational facilities manned with teachers; subjects included health education (physical, psychological, sex education) and arts and culture); and the Seminar Center at Hoshaya, which never opened. Hadassah raised $750,000 for the Hoshaya project, but the center was built, and Hadassah worked to have the money returned to them by the Jewish Agency for Israel. Material regarding these facilities and others is contained in this subseries. Also included is material concerning the Parents Circle Program, a Youth Aliyah program initiated in 1992 and funded by Hadassah. The aim of the program was to involve parents of children from Ethiopia in their child's education. The program involved intervention from psychologists and psychiatrists and was later expanded to include parents from Israel and the former Soviet Union.

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42 16 Alonei Yitzhak: A Youth Village in Israel by Arthur Saul Super (copy 1) 1956
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36 8 Alonei Yitzhak: A Youth Village in Israel by Arthur Saul Super (copy 2) 1956
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81 17 Alonei Yitzhak Youth Village—Administration and budget—Correspondence, minutes, and brochures 1967-1993
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52 8 Alonei Yitzhak Youth Village—Correspondence 1960-1978
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81 18 Alonei Yitzhak Youth Village—Library—Letter and floor plans 1969
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42 9 Alonei Yitzhak Youth Village—Pamphlet circa 1973
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72 5 Alonei Yitzhak Youth Village—Rose Halprin Cultural Center—Correspondence and brochure 1978-1979
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70 2 Alonei Yitzhak Youth Village—Rose Halprin Cultural Center—Correspondence and press release 1962, 1971-1979
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31 8 Anne Frank Diary—Correspondence 1957-1959
31 7 Anne Frank Havens—Correspondence 1957-1959
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61 16 Anne Frank Havens—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1978
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24 6 Beer Ora (camp in the Negev)—Correspondence 1955-1956
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58 16 Beersheba—Eleanor Roosevelt Youth Center—Correspondence and minutes 1965-1969
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63 15 Beersheba—Eleanor Roosevelt Youth Center—Correspondence, book, and architectural drawing 1960-1964
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24 7 Beersheba Youth Training Centre—Reports and correspondence 1951-1959
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25 7 Ben Shemen: A Children's Village in Israel—By Norman Bentwich (Copy 1) 1959
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42 15 Ben-Shemen: A Children's Village in Israel—By Norman Bentwich (Copy 2) 1959
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25 4 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Albert and Elsa Einstein School—Correspondence and articles 1951-1958
25 3 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Children to Palestine emergency housing project in Samuel A. Eliot Village in "old" Ben Shemen 1949-1951
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72 6 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Correspondence 1974-1976
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61 13 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1976
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24 8 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Correspondence with Siegfried Lehmann and others 1945-1959
24 9 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Correspondence with Siegfried Lehmann and others 1945-1959
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82 1 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Donation from the Ray and Isidore Bloomfield Trust—Correspondence 1989
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25 2 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Henrietta Szold letter to Dora Ordower —Letter from Dorette Levy (photocopies) 1935, 1979
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92 7 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Jugenddorf Benschemen—Report (In German. Fragile.) 1928
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25 5 Ben Shemen Youth Village—New England Village—Correspondence 1949-1957
25 1 Ben Shemen Youth Village—Siegfried Lehmann correspondence regarding the film "Adamah" (Adama) 1947-1948
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59 10 Buildings and building program—Correspondence 1944-1946
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32 4 Christian Mission Schools—Correspondence 1953-1956
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84 15 David Raziel Youth Town—Correspondence and minutes 1981, 1991-1993
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79 2 Day Center—Ashdod—Moshe Kol Day Center—Correspondence and reports 1994-1998
79 3 Day Center—Ashkelon—Minutes 1993
79 4 Day Center—Beersheba—Eleanor Roosevelt Day Center—Correspondence and article 1980-1983
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67 22 Day Center—Beersheba—Eleanor Roosevelt Day Center—Correspondence and report circa 1953-1984
67 23 Day Center—Beit Shean—Correspondence and report 1976
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79 5 Day Center—Herzliya (Hertseliyah)—Bernice Tannenbaum Day Center—Administration and budget—Correspondence and minutes 1978-1997
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70 3 Day Center—Herzliya (Hertseliyah)—Bernice Tannenbaum Day Center—Correspondence 1977-1980
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72 7 Day Center—Herzliya (Hertseliyah)—Bernice Tannenbaum Day Center—Correspondence 1977-1982
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67 24 Day Center—Herzliya (Hertseliyah)—Bernice Tannenbaum Day Center—Correspondence and report 1979-1990
67 25 Day Center—Herzliya (Hertseliyah)—Bernice Tannenbaum Day Center—Dedication 1978
67 13 Day Center—Ir Ganim (Jerusalem)—Correspondence 1972, 1976
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59 2 Day Center—Jerusalem—Correspondence 1971-1974
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79 6 Day Center—Jerusalem—Faye Schenk Vocational Day Center—Administration and budget—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1977-1998
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67 20 Day Center—Jerusalem—Faye Schenk Vocational Day Center—Correspondence and articles 1975-1984
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72 9 Day Center—Jerusalem—Faye Schenk Vocational Day Center—Correspondence, press releases, and reports 1971-1983
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67 26 Day Center—Lod—Correspondence and minutes 1973-1974
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79 7 Day Center—Lod—Frieda Lewis Day Center—Administration and budget—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1975-1998
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72 11 Day Center—Lod—Frieda Lewis Day Center—Correspondence 1974-1982
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63 7 Day Center—Ofakim—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1963
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79 9 Day Center—Rehovot—Carmela Kalmanson Day Center—Administration and budget—Correspondence and minutes 1991-1996
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70 8 Day Center—Rehovot—Carmela Kalmanson Youth Center for Education and Vocational Training—Pamphlet 1992
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67 17 Day Center—Tel Aviv—Correspondence 1973-1974
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79 11 Day Center—Tel Aviv—Rose Matzkin Day Center—Administration and budget—Correspondence and minutes 1977-1997
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67 19 Day Center—Tel Aviv—Rose Matzkin Day Center—Bible course and quiz 1979-1980
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74 9 Day Center—Tel Aviv—Rose Matzkin Day Center—Correspondence, press releases, and invitation 1973-1983
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67 18 Day Center—Tel Aviv—Rose Matzkin Day Center—Dedication 1975
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78 14 Day Centers—Accounting—Budget—Correspondence and memorandums 1989-1996
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79 1 Day Centers—Accounting—Budget—Correspondence, memorandums, and minutes 1975-1996
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67 21 Day Centers—Administration—Reports 1980-1982
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58 4 Day Centers—Correspondence and reports 1965-1969
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63 14 Day Centers—Correspondence, minutes, and report 1960-1963
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70 1 Day Centers—Minutes and reports 1970-1974
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67 27 Day Centers—Parents Circle Project—Correspondence and press releases 1976-1982
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79 8 Day Centers—Parents Circle Project—Correspondence and reports 1986-1996
79 10 Day Centers—Retrenchment—Jewish Agency budget cuts to Youth Aliyah—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1988-1996
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78 13 Day Centers—Various subjects 1992-1997
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23 10 Eddie Cantor Children's Home—Hadassah housing project in Maaleh Hachamisha (Maale Hahamisha) 1949-1950
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25 6 Eddie Cantor Children's Home in Maaleh Hachamisha (Maale Hahamisha)—Correspondence 1951-1958
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82 2 Eddie Cantor Youth Center—Correspondence 1963, 1987-1992
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61 2 Ein Hashlosha—Letter 1972 April 20
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63 24 Equipment for Youth Aliyah institutions—Memorandums 1984
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67 28 Facilities—Air raid shelters—Correspondence and minutes 1962-1973
67 29 Facilities—Art Centers—Accounting and budget—Correspondence 1984-1986
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80 1 Facilities—Art Centers—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1983-1997
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67 30 Facilities—Documentation Center—Correspondence concerning establishing a documentation center 1980-1984
67 31 Facilities—Dormitories—Correspondence and minutes 1971-1980
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79 12 Facilities—Equipment—Correspondence and reports 1982-1996
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67 33 Facilities—Holocaust Corners in libraries—Correspondence 1985-1987
67 32 Facilities—Hostel—Masada—Letter and report 1958-1960
67 34 Facilities—Housing—Correspondence 1960-1968
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68 2 Facilities—Maintenance—Correspondence and minutes 1962-1967, 1988-1990
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80 4 Facilities—Mobile Unit—Art and culture—Correspondence and reports 1974-1996
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68 3 Facilities—Mobile Unit—Correspondence and minutes 1974
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80 2 Facilities—Mobile Unit—Health education—Correspondence and reports 1985-1989
80 3 Facilities—Mobile Unit—Health education—Correspondence and reports 1990-1997
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52 17 Frieda Lewis Youth Aliyah Seminar Center at Hoshaya—Correspondence 1982-1989
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73 9 Frieda Lewis Youth Aliyah Seminar Center at Hoshaya—Correspondence and reports 1979-1990
73 10 Frieda Lewis Youth Aliyah Seminar Center at Hoshaya—Correspondence and reports 1979-1990
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32 3 Georg Landauer Children's Home at Matzuba 1954-1958
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63 16 Gesher Haziv—Establishment of a traditional Youth Aliyah institution—Correspondence 1956-1957
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55 14 Hadassah Neurim—Absorption and administration 1973-1975
55 17 Hadassah Neurim—Ad Hoc Committee 1976-1977
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71 13 Hadassah Neurim—Ad Hoc Committee minutes 1976 September 14
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55 8 Hadassah Neurim—Auto mechanic workshop 1969-1986
55 5 Hadassah Neurim—Aviation school 1968
55 12 Hadassah Neurim—Boilers 1973-1976
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73 4 Hadassah Neurim—Budget—Correspondence and budget reports 1974-1977
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54 4 Hadassah Neurim—Budget—Correspondence and reports 1974-1976
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71 14 Hadassah Neurim—Budget—Correspondence and reports 1976-1977
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55 1 Hadassah Neurim—Budget—Correspondence and reports 1977-1979
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85 11 Hadassah Neurim—Budget—Correspondence and reports 1990-1998
85 9 Hadassah Neurim—Budget—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1979, 1988
85 10 Hadassah Neurim—Budget—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1989
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89 8 Hadassah Neurim—Ceremony at Auschwitz conducted by Hadassah Neurim students—Program 2002 March 17
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86 7 Hadassah Neurim—Computer—Correspondence and reports 1982-1997
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55 15 Hadassah Neurim—Controller 1972-1973
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73 2 Hadassah Neurim—Correspondence 1977-1980
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58 6 Hadassah Neurim—Correspondence and reports 1968-1971
58 8 Hadassah Neurim—Correspondence and reports 1972-1980
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54 2 Hadassah Neurim—Correspondence and reports 1981-1990
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65 6 Hadassah Neurim—Correspondence between Bess Katz and Rhoda Cohen 1976-1977
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71 15 Hadassah Neurim—Correspondence, minutes, and notes 1976-1977, 1985
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72 12 Hadassah Neurim—Correspondence, reports, and press releases 1973-1985
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73 1 Hadassah Neurim—Correspondence, reports, and press releases 1973-1985
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61 22 Hadassah Neurim—Dedication of the Electronics House in honor of Lola Kramarsky 1964
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93 13 Hadassah Neurim—Deficit and severance payments 1997-1998
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58 9 Hadassah Neurim—Dining room—Correspondence 1974-1976
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73 6 Hadassah Neurim—Dining room—Correspondence and financial reports 1974-1976
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55 6 Hadassah Neurim—Dining room (Ruth Popkin) 1977-1989
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73 5 Hadassah Neurim—Director's report 1988-1989
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86 8 Hadassah Neurim—Dormitories—Correspondence and reports 1988--1999
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73 7 Hadassah Neurim—Dormitory—Letter, pamphlet, and flier 1976-1978
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86 4 Hadassah Neurim—Equipment—Correspondence and memorandums 1987-1997
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55 20 Hadassah Neurim—Executive Committee 1974-1989
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71 16 Hadassah Neurim—Executive Committee minutes 1976-1977
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86 6 Hadassah Neurim—Facilities—Building program—Correspondence and minutes 1959-1962, 1972-1976, 1988-1996
86 5 Hadassah Neurim—Facilities—Reports and building plan for an athletic stadium 1978, 1989, 2006
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55 4 Hadassah Neurim—Fellowship house 1968
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53 2 Hadassah Neurim—Fundraising—Correspondence and minutes 1977-1979
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86 10 Hadassah Neurim—Fundraising—Founders' Plaza—Correspondence and minutes 1994-1995
86 11 Hadassah Neurim—Fundraising—Scholarships—Correspondence 1979-1980, 1994
86 12 Hadassah Neurim—Fundraising—Way Up device and certificate—Correspondence and donor lists 1977-1993
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55 13 Hadassah Neurim—Gymnasium 1976-1977
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86 13 Hadassah Neurim—History—Reports 1972-1989
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55 3 Hadassah Neurim—Hostel 1966
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86 9 Hadassah Neurim—In-service Training Center—Correspondence, memorandums, and reports 1981-1997
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55 7 Hadassah Neurim—Israel Goldstein Garden 1960-1963
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86 14 Hadassah Neurim—Legal agreements and related correspondence and minutes 1954-1960, 1977-1995
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87 1 Hadassah Neurim—Legal—Amutah—Correspondence and report 1989
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54 1 Hadassah Neurim—Legal and registration 1954, 1974-1975, 1988, 1995
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87 2 Hadassah Neurim—Legal documents and related correspondence 1994-1998
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90 14 Hadassah Neurim—Lesley College—Proposal to establish the Academic for Graduate Studies in Creative Expression at Hadassah Neurim 1999
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55 2 Hadassah Neurim—Library 1965-1978
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61 24 Hadassah Neurim—Loan—Correspondence and minutes 1972-1976
61 19 Hadassah Neurim—Loan—Correspondence and minutes 1977, 1989
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55 16 Hadassah Neurim—Management Committee 1978-1982
55 22 Hadassah Neurim—Marlene Post Sports Center correspondence 1999-2000
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73 3 Hadassah Neurim—Maurice M. Boukstein—Correspondence concerning Hadassah's non-obligation to Neurim 1972-1975
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54 3 Hadassah Neurim—Meeting minutes 1976 October 20
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42 17 Hadassah Neurim—Ne'urim: The Rural Vocational Training Centre of Youth Aliyah and Hadassah—By Chasya Pincus 1962
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55 11 Hadassah Neurim—New location 1981
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93 2 Hadassah Neurim—Pamphlets circa 2000
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91 3 Hadassah Neurim—Problems and issues—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1997-2000
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87 3 Hadassah Neurim—Programs—Soviet Jewry and Ethiopians—Correspondence and minutes 1990-1993
87 5 Hadassah Neurim—Public Relations—Awards and citations—Correspondence and minutes 1967, 1985-1992
87 4 Hadassah Neurim—Public Relations—Correspondence, articles, report, and pamphlet 1979-1994
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55 19 Hadassah Neurim—Reports 1960-1969
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86 1 Hadassah Neurim—Reports 1973-1999
86 2 Hadassah Neurim—Reports 1973-1999
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87 6 Hadassah Neurim—Retrenchment—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1988-1996
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42 7 Hadassah Neurim Rural Vocational Education Center of Youth Aliyah—Pamphlets circa 1968-1970s
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55 10 Hadassah Neurim—Schoolhouse 1958-1960
55 9 Hadassah Neurim—Special gifts 1958-1980
55 21 Hadassah Neurim—Staff—Death announcements 2001-2003
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58 7 Hadassah Neurim—Terms of reference—Correspondence 1952, 1977
58 5 Hadassah Neurim—Terms of reference—Correspondence 1960-1976
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87 7 Hadassah Neurim—Terms of Reference—Correspondence 1989
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55 18 Hadassah Neurim—Various subjects 1970-1989
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85 8 Hadassah Neurim—Various subjects—Correspondence and reports 1976-1999
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91 1 Hadassah Neurim—Various subjects—Correspondence and reports 1996-2002
91 2 Hadassah Neurim—Various subjects—Correspondence and reports 1996-2002
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90 15 Hadassah Neurim—Various subjects—Correspondence and reports 2001
90 16 Hadassah Neurim—Various subjects—Correspondence and reports 2002-2004
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86 3 Hadassah Neurim—Vocational education—Correspondence and minutes 1980-1989
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52 12 Hadassah Related Institutions—Funding—Correspondence 1962-1979
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56 13 Hartuv Youth Center—Minutes and report 1955
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52 4 Henrietta Szold Reception Center—Correspondence 1944-1945
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82 6 Hofim Youth Village—Correspondence, reports, and reminiscences by Rabbi Nachum Cohen 1987-1989
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68 21 Institutions—Various—Correspondence, minutes, and brochure 1950-1985
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53 7 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Basketball court—Correspondence 1983-1985
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82 8 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Budget—Correspondence and memorandums 1976-1992
82 11 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Center for Physical Education and Sports Field—Correspondence and architectural plans 1986-1988
82 9 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Contributions—Correspondence 1985-1991
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73 12 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Correspondence and brochures 1985-1992
73 11 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Correspondence and reports 1974-1985
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61 10 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Correspondence, minutes, and brochure 1960-1978
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82 14 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Correspondence, newsletters, pamphlet, and photographic postcards 1986-1988
82 7 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Correspondence, press releases, and brochure 1979-1993
82 12 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Education Center—Minutes 1986
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68 4 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Kitchen and dining room—Correspondence and minutes 1971-1983
68 5 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Library—Ze'ev Schickler Memorial—Correspondence and minutes 1977-1980
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42 12 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Pamphlets circa 1960s-1970s
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68 6 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Plaques—Correspondence and minutes 1975
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82 10 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Reports 1981-1996
82 13 Israel Goldstein Youth Village—Twenty-fifth, thirty-fifth, and fortieth anniversaries—Correspondence and minutes 1974-1988
82 16 Joanna Jabotinsky Youth Village—Correspondence 1991-1993
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61 5 Joanna Jabotinsky Youth Village—Minutes, reports, and brochure 1969-1980
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68 1 Keren Yaldenu—Correspondence and pamphlet 1961
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32 1 Kfar Achim 1954
32 2 Kfar Hanoar Hadati 1951-1959
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23 9 Kfar Hanoar Hadati—Correspondence 1949-1950
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82 5 Kfar Hanoar Hadati—Correspondence and minutes 1957-1964, 1980-1988
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53 4 Kfar Philadelphia Youth Center—Letter, training course description, and photograph 1964
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32 5 Kfar Silver—Correspondence 1956-1957
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68 19 Kfar Silver—Correspondence concerning a statement in an article published in American Zionist 1965
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58 17 Kfar Szold—Correspondence and report 1948, 1960-1973
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9 7 Kfar Szold—Funding and development 1940-1945
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33 6 Kfar Vitkin—Amphitheater—Correspondence 1953-1959
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OS Box 1 6 Kfar Vitkin—Architectural rendering of proposed amphitheater by Dan and Raphael Ben-Dor 1953
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33 5 Kfar Vitkin—Schoolhouse—Correspondence and architectural drawings 1954-1959
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73 14 Kibbutz Alonim—Correspondence 1980-1982
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61 18 Kibbutz Chuliot—Correspondence 1960
61 21 Kibbutz Givat Hashlosha—Correspondence and report 1960
61 12 Kibbutz Gvat—Acco Youth Center—Correspondence 1973
61 17 Kibbutz Lohamei Hagetaot—Marcus Lindenbaum Youth Center dedication ceremony—Correspondence and invitation 1960
61 4 Kibbutz Maagan Michael—Correspondence 1960
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63 6 Kibbutz Palmachim—Correspondence 1957-1958
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58 11 Kibbutz Sasa—Anne Frank Haven and other topics—Correspondence and reports 1960-1973
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52 14 Kibbutz Sasa—Correspondence and minutes 1981-1982
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68 18 Kiryat Shmona—Youth Center—Correspondence 1972, 1974
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49 1 Kiryat Yearim (the Swiss Village)—Correspondence, minutes, and report 1953-1959
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84 18 Kiryat Yearim (the Swiss Village)—Correspondence, reports, and brochure 1960-1990
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42 5 Kiryat Yearim—"Bridging the abyss: The Youth Aliyah Village Kiryat Ye'arim"—Pamphlet 1970
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56 10 Lasker Center for Youth Aliyah 1949, 1955
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64 19 Listening Center—Correspondence 1989
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53 8 Madrichim Seminary—Louis and Mina Sobel fund—Correspondence 1960-1968, 1977, 1983
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63 17 Madrichim Seminary—Rose Jacobs House—Correspondence 1960-1964
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42 13 Magdiel Comprehensive Vocational High School—Pamphlet circa 1970s
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62 5 Magdiel—Correspondence, minutes, and brochure 1959-1981
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23 11 Magdiel—Eleanor Rathbone Memorial School—Educational Farming Institute—Correspondence 1948-1949
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60 5 Meir Shfeya—Administration and budget—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1958-1987, 1995, 2005
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68 7 Meir Shfeya—Administration—Board of Trustees—Correspondence 1962-1963
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83 14 Meir Shfeya—Audiovisual Center—Correspondence 1979-1980, 1990
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93 3 Meir Shfeya—Brochure and flier circa 1990s
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83 1 Meir Shfeya—Budget—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1960-1987
83 2 Meir Shfeya—Budget—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1988-1997
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23 12 Meir Shfeya—Correspondence 1948-1950
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53 5 Meir Shfeya—Correspondence 1963-1966, 1972
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74 1 Meir Shfeya—Correspondence 1967-1991
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83 11 Meir Shfeya—Correspondence and article concerning the history of Meir Shfeya 1937, 1976-1996
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32 6 Meir Shfeya—Correspondence and reports 1952-1957
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83 6 Meir Shfeya—Deborah B. Kaplan Sports Center—Correspondence and planning material 1995-1996
83 13 Meir Shfeya—Dining room—Correspondence and reports 1987-1994
83 3 Meir Shfeya—Director—Correspondence and memorandums 1977-1993
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68 8 Meir Shfeya—Dormitories—Correspondence and minutes 1980-1982
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83 15 Meir Shfeya—Dormitories—Correspondence and reports 1979-1995
83 5 Meir Shfeya—Equipment—Correspondence 1962-1966, 1986-1988
83 7 Meir Shfeya—Facilities—Maintenance—Correspondence and reports 1986-1996
BoxFolderTitleDate
84 1 Meir Shfeya—Facilities—Various subjects—Correspondence and memorandums 1981-1994
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52 9 Meir Shfeya—Fiftieth anniversary 1973-1979
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32 8 Meir Shfeya—Finances and budget—Correspondence and reports 1950-1959
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89 9 Meir Shfeya—Fundraising—"Pick a letter and perform a mitzvah" campaign—Correspondence and flier 2004-2007
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83 10 Meir Shfeya—Fundraising—Scholarships—Correspondence 1977-1980
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68 9 Meir Shfeya—Henrietta Szold Home Economic Center—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1961
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60 4 Meir Shfeya—History—Reports and articles (photocopies) 1925-1936
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32 9 Meir Shfeya—Kesserman Synagogue construction—Correspondence 1958-1959
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68 10 Meir Shfeya—Legal agreement and related correspondence and minutes 1958, 1982
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32 7 Meir Shfeya—Legal correspondence and documents 1929, 1932-1942, 1958-1959
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83 12 Meir Shfeya—Legal—Land title—Correspondence, reports, and supporting legal documents (photocopies) 1969, 1986-1987, 1994-1996
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74 2 Meir Shfeya—Library and dormitories—Correspondence 1973-1982
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83 16 Meir Shfeya—Program—Orchestra—Correspondence and minutes 1974, 1986-1988
83 17 Meir Shfeya—Public Relations—Various subjects—Correspondence, stories, and press releases 1978, 1988-1994
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32 10 Meir Shfeya—Publications 1955-1956
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52 6 Meir Shfeya—Report 1987
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83 4 Meir Shfeya—Reports 1981-1995
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84 2 Meir Shfeya—Sixtieth and seventieth anniversaries—Correspondence and memorandums 1983-1995
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60 6 Meir Shfeya—Sport and Recreation Center—Architect's proposal 1994
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83 8 Meir Shfeya—Swimming pool—Correspondence and reports 1991-1998
83 9 Meir Shfeya—Synagogue—Correspondence 1960
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91 4 Meir Shfeya—Various subjects—Correspondence 2000-2004
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42 4 Meir Shfeya—"Youth Village Meier Shfeyah: Agricultural Secondary School"—Pamphlet circa 1964
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59 1 Moshe Kol Day Center at Ashdod—Correspondence, reports, speech, and architectural drawings 1966-1976
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32 11 Nathanya (Netanya) Day Center—Correspondence and articles 1951-1958, 1991
32 12 Negba—Correspondence 1949-1953
32 13 Netivah Religious Settlement—Correspondence and article 1952-1958
32 14 Netzer Buchenwald—Correspondence and article 1950-1956
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84 3 Neve Amiel Youth Village—Correspondence and reports 1976-1995
84 4 Neve Amiel Youth Village—Dormitories—Correspondence and memorandums 1982-1983, 1993-1994
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42 10 Neve Hadassah Children's Village—Pamphlet 1972
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84 8 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Animal Corner—Correspondence 1988-1991
84 9 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Bathroom—Correspondence 1989-1991
84 6 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Budget—Correspondence and minutes 1979-1995
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24 1 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Correspondence 1948-1950
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61 15 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Correspondence 1970-1978
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74 3 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Correspondence 1977-1991
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62 6 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Correspondence, minutes, report, and interview 1960-1969, 2008
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32 15 Neveh Hadassah Youth Village—Correspondence, report, and printed ephemera 1950-1959
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84 10 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Creativity Center—Correspondence 1991-1994
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53 6 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Dining room—Correspondence 1961, 1979-1984
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84 11 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Dining room—Correspondence 1986-1990
84 12 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Dormitories—Correspondence and minutes 1981-1994
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52 16 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Fundraising plaque 1979-1980
52 13 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—History 1978
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84 13 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Library—Correspondence 1972-1977, 1991
84 7 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Reports 1980-1995
84 5 Neve Hadassah Youth Village—Various subjects—Correspondence and articles 1986-1995
84 14 Nitzana Education Pioneering Community—Correspondence, press releases, and pamphlet 1987-1997
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53 1 Nitzanim Wall—Plaques—Correspondence 1974-1976
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59 3 Nitzanim Youth Village 1966-1969
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68 11 Nitzanim Youth Village—Administration—Directors—Correspondence and minutes 1980-1986
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61 6 Nitzanim Youth Village and Kfar Juliana—Correspondence and transcript of interview with Queen Juliana of the Netherlands 1954, 1961-1974
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42 8 Nitzanim Youth Village and Kfar Juliana—Pamphlets circa 1973
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71 10 Nitzanim Youth Village—Brochures and architectural drawings 1954-1970
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68 12 Nitzanim Youth Village—Budget—Correspondence and minutes 1976-1985
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74 6 Nitzanim Youth Village—Correspondence 1978-1990
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63 21 Nitzanim Youth Village—Correspondence and brochure 1960-1965
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24 2 Nitzanim Youth Village—Correspondence and reports 1949-1950
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32 16 Nitzanim Youth Village—Correspondence and reports 1952-1959
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61 7 Nitzanim Youth Village—Correspondence and reports 1972-1977
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74 5 Nitzanim Youth Village—Correspondence, reports, and brochure 1974-1978
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68 13 Nitzanim Youth Village—Dormitories—Correspondence and minutes 1975-1979
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87 9 Nitzanim Youth Village—Fundraising—Nitzanim Wall—Correspondence and lists of plaques (names) to be affixed to the wall 1976-1990
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68 14 Nitzanim Youth Village—Fundraising—Nitzanim Wall—Correspondence, minutes, and donor list 1969-1973
68 15 Nitzanim Youth Village—Public Relations—Stories about Nitzanim by Haim Mass and article by Sraya Shapiro undated, 1963
68 16 Nitzanim Youth Village—Reports and related correspondence 1978-1981
68 17 Nitzanim Youth Village—Security shelter—Correspondence 1977
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71 12 Nitzanim Youth Village—Thirtieth anniversary 1978-1979
71 11 Nitzanim Youth Village—Twenty-fifth anniversary 1974
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87 8 Nitzanim Youth Village—Various subjects—Correspondence, minutes, speech, and brochure 1977-1989
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33 1 Pardess Hanna Agricultural School—Correspondence and report 1950-1959
33 2 Pardessiya (Pardesiya)—Correspondence and reports 1954-1956
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63 8 Pardessiya (Pardesiya)—Report 1955
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61 9 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Book, report, and brochure circa 1960-1965
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62 7 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Budget—Correspondence and minutes 1964-1975
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88 5 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Budget—Correspondence, memorandums, and minutes 1986-1998
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64 20 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Building program—Correspondence 1975-1980, 1987
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61 8 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Charlotte Jacobson School—Correspondence and minutes 1968-1978
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74 8 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Charlotte Jacobson Schoolhouse—Correspondence 1980-1982
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24 3 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Correspondence 1948-1950
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33 3 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Correspondence 1950-1956
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48 6 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Correspondence 1959-1961
48 7 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Correspondence 1962-1964
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74 7 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Correspondence 1972-1984
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53 3 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Correspondence 1975-1986
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91 5 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Correspondence 1998, 2002-2005
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88 6 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Director—Correspondence and minutes 1991
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61 3 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Dormitories—Correspondence 1970-1974
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88 9 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Dormitories—Correspondence 1975, 1986-1991
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64 21 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Equipment—Correspondence 1977, 1985-1988
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88 8 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Facilities—Eddie Cantor Workshop—Correspondence, minutes, and speech 1968-1989
88 13 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Fundraising—Plaques—Nitzanim Wall—Correspondence 1976-1991
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48 8 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Gershon Abrahamson correspondence 1968-1974
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88 10 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Library—Correspondence 1990-1992
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71 3 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Minutes and pamphlet 1972-1976
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64 23 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Music room—Correspondence 1963
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42 11 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Pamphlets circa 1960s-1970s
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93 5 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Pamphlets and printed ephemera circa 1990s
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61 1 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Raid—Correspondence and report 1961
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88 7 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Reports 1981-1989
88 11 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Schoolhouse—Addition and renovation—Correspondence, minutes, and architectural drawings 1978-1991
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64 22 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Schoolhouse—Correspondence 1982
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71 4 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Speeches, articles, and brochure 1936, 1960-1980
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88 12 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Synagogue—Correspondence 1990-1991
88 14 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Terms of Reference—Letter and minutes 1982, 1989
88 4 Ramat Hadassah Szold—Various subjects—Correspondence, minutes, speech, and brochures 1965-1974, 1984-1991
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33 4 Ramat Yohanan (Yochanan)—Correspondence and reports 1951-1959
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89 12 Rural Vocational Center—Arab Youth—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1957-1966
89 13 Rural Vocational Center—Budget—Correspondence and minutes 1960-1961
89 14 Rural Vocational Center—Budget—Correspondence and minutes 1962-1963
89 15 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence and minutes 1952-1955
89 16 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence and minutes 1956-1959
89 17 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence and minutes 1960
89 18 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence and minutes 1961
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90 1 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence and minutes 1962-1963
90 2 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence and minutes 1964-1965
90 3 Rural Vocational Center—Correspondence and minutes 1967-1968
90 4 Rural Vocational Center—Dedication ceremony of the new campus in Neurim—Correspondence and minutes 1957-1958
90 5 Rural Vocational Center—Education of gifted Oriental children—Correspondence and minutes 1961-1963
90 6 Rural Vocational Center—Gymnasium—Correspondence 1955-1958
90 7 Rural Vocational Center—Minutes 1956-1957
90 8 Rural Vocational Center—Minutes 1958-1959
90 9 Rural Vocational Center—Pension fund—Correspondence 1957
90 10 Rural Vocational Center—Reports 1952-1967
90 11 Rural Vocational Center—Shikun (housing)—Correspondence and minutes 1957-1959
90 12 Rural Vocational Center—Synagogue—Correspondence and minutes 1958-1965
90 13 Rural Vocational Center—Terms of Reference 1954
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71 17 Sde Boker English Language High School—Correspondence and brochure 1977-1978
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59 6 Sejara Farm—Correspondence concerning the Hadassah building project at Sejara 1950-1959
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52 15 Sejera (settlement)—Correspondence 1960-1968
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84 16 Seminar Center at Hoshaya—Correspondence 1985-1986
84 17 Seminar Center at Hoshaya—Correspondence and minutes 1987-1995
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59 25 Swedish Village—Correspondence 1951-1958
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33 7 Villa Rosemarie—Madrichim Seminary—Correspondence and excerpts from minutes 1951-1958
33 8 Villa Rosemarie—Madrichim Seminary—Correspondence and excerpts from minutes 1951-1958
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82 15 Villa Rosemarie—Madrichim Seminary—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1983-1996
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84 19 Yemin Orde Children's Village—Correspondence and brochure 1962-1969, 1976, 1987-1995
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Yemin Orde Children's Village—Correspondence, clippings, and report 1953-1954
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42 6 Yemin Orde Children's Village—"The Wingate Children's Village Yemin Orde"—Pamphlet 1970
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59 8 Yessodoth educational institutions—Correspondence and minutes 1953-1957, 1964
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85 2 Yessodoth institutions—Budget—Correspondence and reports 1981-1985
85 3 Yessodoth institutions—Budget—Correspondence and reports 1986-1993
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74 10 Yessodoth institutions—Correspondence 1979-1992
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85 1 Yessodoth institutions—Correspondence and reports 1960-1964, 1977-1993
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34 3 Youth Aliyah housing, building projects, and settlements—Correspondence and reports 1950-1958
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93 9 Youth Aliyah institutions—Report to the Assembly and Board of Governors of the Jewish Agency 1998 November
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23 8 Youth Aliyah institutions—Reports 1949-1950
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61 20 Youth Aliyah institutions—Various subjects—Correspondence 1960-1969
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81 15 Youth Aliyah institutions—Various subjects—Correspondence and minutes 1978-1996
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82 4 Youth Aliyah Pedagogical Center—Budget—Correspondence and minutes 1979-1994
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52 11 Youth Aliyah Pedagogical Center—Correspondence and reports 1979-1982
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65 5 Youth Aliyah Pedagogical Center—Correspondence, report, and press release 1979-1980
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82 3 Youth Aliyah Pedagogical Centers—Correspondence 1985-1988
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93 11 Youth Aliyah youth villages and residential schools 1979
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67 14 Youth Centers—Reports 1977-1979
67 12 Youth Corners (housing) in absorption places—Correspondence 1961

Subseries 6: People, 1934-2009

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

This subseries documents many people who were involved in Youth Aliyah from across many institutions and from numerous countries. Most of the people worked in some capacity for the Department of Youth Aliyah of the Jewish Agency for Israel (or its predecessor agency and related offices) or for Hadassah. Some of the people are Youth Aliyah graduates. Brief biographical information is included when possible. Material in this subseries includes correspondence, minutes, reports, speeches, and biographical information.

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69 24 Abram, Morris B.—Correspondence 1968-1969
  

At the time of the correspondence, Abram was President of Brandeis University.

 
69 4 Ackerman, Walter I.—Correspondence 1959-1969
  

Ackerman was Headmaster at Beth-El Day School in Long Island, New York and corresponded with Hadassah regarding possible employment with Youth Aliyah in Israel. Instead, he accepted a position in the School of Education at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles.

 
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47 3 Adiel, Shraga—Correspondence and reports 1971-1974
  

Adiel served as Director General of the Youth Aliyah Department, Jewish Agency for Israel.

 
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66 13 Amir, Eli—Correspondence 1985-1990
  

Amir served as Director General of the Youth Aliyah Department of the Jewish Agency for Israel from 1984 to 1996 and then as Director General of the Youth Aliyah Institutions beginning in 1997. He is also a writer.

 
66 12 Amir, Eli—Correspondence 1985-1990
66 14 Amir, Eli—Correspondence 1986-1989
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91 6 Amir, Eli—Correspondence 1998-1999
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67 2 Amiram, Binyamin—Correspondence and minutes 1985-1991
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47 4 Arieli, Mordecai—Correspondence 1968-1973
  

Arieli was Assistant to the Head of Youth Aliyah.

 
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44 7 Artzi, Itzhak—Correspondence 1966
  

From 1966 until 1969 he was Director of the Youth Aliyah Department of the Jewish Agency for Israel, of which he was also a member of the Board of Directors.

 
44 8 Artzi, Itzhak—Correspondence and speeches 1967
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45 1 Artzi, Itzhak—Correspondence 1967-1968
45 2 Artzi, Itzhak—Correspondence 1968-1970
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47 5 Benyamini, Kalman—Correspondence and reports 1955-1963
  

Benyamini was born in Hamburg, Germany and received a teacher's diploma from Teachers' College in Jerusalem. He served as an elementary teacher and as youth educator with Youth Aliyah. Around 1953 he was appointed educational supervisor of Youth Aliyah institutions and also became responsible for psychological services within Youth Aliyah education.

 
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69 12 Ben-Yishai, Baruch—Ben-Yishai Family Trust Fund—Correspondence 1963-1980
  

Baruch Ben-Yishai was a coordinator of Hadassah's youth programs. He was killed in the Hadassah convoy attack in 1948. Hadassah set up an educational trust fund for Ben-Yishai's son Ron. Ron Ben-Yishai became an Israeli journalist and war correspondent and was featured in the 2008 animated war documentary film, Waltz With Bashir.

 
69 11 Beyth, Hans—Beyth Family Fund and memorials—Correspondence 1946-1973
  

Beyth was a German Zionist activist and made Aliyah in 1935. He was Henrietta Szold's close aide at the Jewish Agency for Palestine, Child and Youth Immigration Bureau from 1935-1945. After Szold's death in 1945 he headed the Child and Youth Immigration Bureau but was killed during an attack on a convoy in Jerusalem in 1947. Had a wife (Lotte) and four children.

 
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72 8 Beyth, Hans—Biographical material 1948-1950, 1968
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69 10 Beyth, Lotte—Beyth Family Fund—Correspondence 1958-1973
  

Lotte Beyth was the wife of Hans Beyth.

 
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68 22 Birk, Ruth—Fellowship—Correspondence and minutes 1951-1965
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69 23 Brisker, Daniel (Dani)—Correspondence 1947-1959
  

Brisker served as Educational Director at Alonei Yitzhak Youth Village. He died in 1959 at the age of 38 after a serious illness.

 
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47 6 Brisker, Daniel (Dani)—Correspondence regarding the Dani Brisker Memorial 1959-1962
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21 8 Cantor, Eddie—Fundraising correspondence 1946-1948
  

Cantor was an American singer, actor, and entertainer who became involved in Hadassah's Youth Aliyah fundraising activities. A children's home was founded in Israel and named for him (see Series III, Subseries 5: Institutions).

 
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15 4 Cantor, Eddie—Fundraising for Youth Aliyah—News releases 1936-1939
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58 19 Cantor, Eddie—Workshops and memorial 1962-1967
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64 27 Caspi, Nadine—Correspondence and article on Youth Aliyah children from Ethiopia 1985-1986
  

Caspi served as Director of the Public Relations Department for Youth Aliyah, Jewish Agency for Israel. A book written by her, Akiba, was removed from the folder and added to the Hadassah book collection held at the American Jewish Historical Society.

 
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69 28 Chigier, Emanuel—Correspondence 1994-1996
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91 7 Chigier, Emanuel—Health Education Project for Adolescents in Residential Education in Israel—Correspondence and reports 1999-2005
  

Chigier served as Director of Medical Services for Youth Aliyah and headed the Health Education Project for Adolescents in Residential Education in Israel.

 
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69 13 Faribash, Tamara (Sharifa)—Correspondence and clippings 1960-1961
  

Faribash was the 100,000 Youth Aliyah arrival. She was born in Teheran and arrived in Israel at age twelve.

 
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72 10 Feuerstein, Reuven—Articles, reports, correspondence, and research tests and questionnaires 1977-1989
  

Born in 1921 in Romania, Feuerstein was a clinical, developmental, and cognitive psychologist. During World War II he worked with abandoned and orphaned children whose parents were taken to concentration camps. After the war, in Israel, he was a youth leader and teacher and worked with children who survived the concentration camps. He became a specialist in working with severely traumatized Youth Aliyah children and youth. He served as Director of Psychological Services for Youth Aliyah and authored books and articles. In the 1980s, both Hadassah and Youth Aliyah commissioned Feuerstein to do studies; on child survivors of the Holocaust (Hadassah) and on Ethiopian Youth Aliyah children. For his writings and reports, see Series III, Subseries 7.

The questionnaires concern the Holocaust research project.

 
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68 23 Fishbein, Yehuda—Fellowship—Correspondence and minutes 1959-1961
  

 
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93 12 Freier, Recha—Letter, manuscript, and clippings 1949, 1952, 1985
  

Freier was one of the founders of the Youth Aliyah movement in Germany.

The letter is from Freier to the Directory Council of the Jewish World Congress. In it she accuses Leo Baeck and others at the "Reichsvereinigung der Juden" for causing "the death of thousands of Polish Jews." A response to the letter and Freier's accusations by Eva Michaelis-Stern in 1984 can be found in Box 64, Folder 29. The manuscript is by Freier and appears to be incomplete. It contains her account of the founding and early history of Youth Aliyah. The clippings are about Freier and date from 1985.

 
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64 28 Geller, Lawrence D.—Writings on Hadassah 1983
  

Geller served as the Archivist for Hadassah and as Head of Hadassah's Department of Archives and Research in the 1980s. The writings are: "Mrs. Esther Gottesman: Her Work in Education" (1983); and "Hadassah Services to the Developing World, To Arab Populations and its Position on the Issue of Human Rights" (1983). He also authored the original guide (finding aid) to the Youth Aliyah Records in the Hadassah Archives. To access this guide see the "Previous Finding Aids and Concordance" section of this finding aid.

 
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69 29 Ginat, Yochanan—Correspondence and minutes 1969-1979
  

Ginat served Education Director of Youth Aliyah beginning in 1961 and then was appointed Director General of Youth Aliyah in 1967.

 
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48 1 Ginat, Yochanan—Correspondence and reports 1952-1968
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89 11 Goldstein, Barbara—Correspondence, memorandums, and reports 1998
  

Goldstein served as the Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Chairman and became Deputy Director, Hadassah Offices in Israel. Included is a copy of the 1996 contract between the State of Israel and the Jewish Agency for Israel. In the contract, the roles and responsibilities of the State and the Agency in the governance and financing of Youth Aliyah are defined.

 
89 10 Goldstein, Barbara—Memorandums 1997
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66 11 Gordon, Uri—Correspondence and biographical material 1983-1986
66 16 Gottesmann, Meir—Correspondence 1984-1985
  

Gottesman was appointed Director General of Youth Aliyah in 1978.

 
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67 1 Gottesmann, Meir—Correspondence and article 1983-1988
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66 15 Gottesmann, Meir—Correspondence and biographical material 1978-1983
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9 10 Greenberg, Marian G.—Correspondence 1934-1936
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10 1 Greenberg, Marian G.—Correspondence 1937-1938
  

Greenberg served as the Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee Chairman.

 
10 2 Greenberg, Marian G.—Correspondence 1939
10 3 Greenberg, Marian G.—Correspondence 1940-1959
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73 8 Hagoel, David—Correspondence concerning absorption and Hadassah Neurim 1989-1991
  

Hagoel served as Head of Youth Aliyah Department, Jewish Agency for Israel.

 
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72 2 Klarman, Joseph L.—Correspondence and Board meeting presentations 1977-1981
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45 4 Klarman, Joseph L.—Correspondence and speeches 1970-1971
  

Klarman started his career in Poland as a journalist and teacher. He was named Director of Youth Aliyah in 1968.

 
45 5 Klarman, Joseph L.—Correspondence, report, and speeches 1972-1978
45 3 Klarman, Joseph L.—Correspondence, speeches, and biographical material 1968-1969
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15 5 Kol, Moshe —Correspondence 1948 May-August
  

Kol headed the Youth Aliyah Department of the Jewish Agency for Israel for nineteen years. He changed his name from Moshe Kolodny to Moshe Kol in 1948.

 
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22 9 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1948 October-December
22 4 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1949 January
22 5 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1949 February-August
22 6 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1949 August-November
22 7 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1949 December-1950 April
22 8 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1950 May-September
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36 11 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1951
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37 1 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1952
37 2 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1953 January-July
37 3 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1953 July-December
37 4 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1954
37 5 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1955
37 6 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1956 January-July
37 7 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1956 August-December
37 9 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1957
37 8 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1957
37 10 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1958 January-May
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38 1 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1958 June-December
38 2 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1958 June-December
38 3 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1959 January-May
38 4 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1959 June-December
38 5 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1960 January-June
38 6 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1960 July-December
38 7 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1961 January-May
38 8 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1961 June-December
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39 1 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1962 January-June
39 2 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1962 July-December
39 3 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1963 January-May
39 4 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1963 June-December
39 5 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1964
39 6 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1964
39 7 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1965
39 8 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1966
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91 8 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1966-1969
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71 19 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1974-1987
71 18 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1977-1979
71 20 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1982-1986
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73 16 Kol, Moshe—Correspondence 1987-1988
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68 24 Krasilowsky, David—Correspondence and minutes 1963-1965
  

Krasilowsky was a psychiatrist at the Youth Aliyah Child Guidance Clinic in Jerusalem.

 
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22 10 Lehmann, Siegfried—Correspondence 1948-1950
  

Lehmann founded the Ben Shemen Youth Village. See Series III, Subseries 5: Institutions.

 
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15 9 Lewinsky, Akiba—Correspondence 1947-1948
  

Lewinsky worked at the Child and Youth Immigration Bureau, European Office.

 
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73 15 Lewis, Frieda—Correspondence 1974-1979
  

Lewis served as the Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee Chairman.

 
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93 14 Levy, Brakha—Mount Carmel Flowers and biographical statement 1974-1979
  

Levy was in the first Youth Aliyah group sent from Germany to Palestine in 1935. With the help of Henrietta Szold, Levy became the first female student to attend the Bezalel School of Art and Crafts (now Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Israel's national school of art. Mount Carmel Flowers, published in 1958, is a collection of thirty-two drawings of wild flowers by Levy.

 
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15 10 Lichtenstein, Fritz—Correspondence 1948 May-September
  

Lichtenstein worked at the Child and Youth Immigration Bureau, European Office.

 
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22 11 Lichtenstein, Fritz—Correspondence—Paris 1948-1950
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69 1 Lifshitz, Aryeh—Correspondence 1952-1970
  

Lifshitz worked for the Youth Aliyah Department, Jewish Agency for Israel.

 
69 14 Mach, Jona—Correspondence 1962-1967
  

Mach is an artist and Youth Aliyah graduate.

 
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68 25 McCorison, Joseph Lyle (Reverend)—Visit to Israel—Correspondence, minutes, reports, and speech 1958-1962
  

McCorison was a minister at The Congregational Church in Topsfield, Massachusetts and served as National Chairman for Children to Palestine. He received a travelling fellowship from Children to Palestine and visited Youth Aliyah villages in Israel during his fellowship.

 
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47 7 Melitz, Raanan—Correspondence 1957-1963
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69 22 Melitz, Raanan—Correspondence 1964
  

Melitz was a Public Relations Officer in the Public Relations Section of the Youth Aliyah Department, Jewish Agency for Israel and then served as Acting Director of the Public Relations Department for Youth Aliyah.

 
69 16 Michaelis, Abraham—Correspondence 1957-1969
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15 12 Michaelis-Stern, Eva—Correspondence 1945-1948
  

Michaelis served as Director of Kfar Hanoar Hadati.

 
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64 29 Michaelis-Stern, Eva—Correspondence 1983-1985
  

Michaelis-Stern was one of the founders of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Kinder und Jugend Alijah in Germany. She immigrated to Palestine in 1938 and was asked by Henrietta Szold to open a Youth Aliyah office in London. Her correspondence can be found in Series II, Subseries 3.

 
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93 16 Michaelis-Stern, Eva— Reminiscence of a Nazi collaborator within the Youth Aliyah movement in Germany and article, circa 1945, 1984 circa 1945, 1984
  

The article is "Die Jugend-Alijah in Europa."

 
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61 14 Munk, Moshe (Rabbi; Youth Aliyah Fellow)—Correspondence and report 1958-1959
  

For a paper by Munk see Series III, Subseries 7; Box 43, Folder 21.

 
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69 9 Nadad, Abraham (Dr.)—Correspondence and research plan 1953-1954
69 3 Nathan, S. [Shathy?]—Correspondence concerning Youth Aliyah finances 1958-1961
  

Nathan served as head of the Finance Department of Youth Aliyah, Jewish Agency for Israel.

 
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91 9 Nimcovitz, Itzhak—Letter and article (typescript) 1971
91 10 Popkin, Ruth—Correspondence 1993
  

Popkin served as Hadassah National President from 1984-1988.

 
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16 1 Posner, Charlotte—Supplies correspondence 1947 April-1948 August
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68 26 Rappaport, Israel—Correspondence and reports 1954-1962
  

Rappaport served as Director of Meir Shfeya and then worked at the Department of Child and Youth Immigration.

 
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69 8 Ravid, Moshe—Correspondence 1952-1960
  

Ravid worked in the Youth Aliyah Education Department.

 
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91 11 Reicin, Leah Stern—Correspondence 2003-2006
  

Reicin worked for Hadassah.

 
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22 12 Rinott, Chanoch—Correspondence 1948-1950
  

Rinott (originally Hanoch Reinhold) served as the Youth Aliyah Director of Education. He was a law student in Germany and in 1934 he led the first official Youth Aliyah group of sixty German Jewish teenagers to Kibbutz Ein-Harod. In 1960, Rinott was appointed Director-General of the Ministry of Education and Culture. He resigned from that position in 1966. Around 1960, he changed his name to Chanoch Rinott. For writings by Rinott see Series III, Subseries 7.

 
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46 8 Rinott, Chanoch—Correspondence 1951-1953
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47 1 Rinott, Chanoch—Correspondence 1954-1960
47 2 Rinott, Chanoch—Correspondence 1960-1973
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46 7 Rinott, Chanoch—Various publications 1951-1957
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69 18 Reudor, Yehuda—Correspondence 1957
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22 2 Rottenstreich, Nathan—Director of the Seminary for Madrichim—Correspondence 1948-1949
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69 19 Schickler, Ze'ev—Correspondence and speech 1957-1977
  

Schickler served as Director of the Israel Goldstein Youth Village. Some of the correspondence concerns a memorial for Schickler who died in 1977.

 
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46 6 Schmidt, Shimon—Correspondence 1964-1969
  

Schmidt served as Director of Public Relations for Youth Aliyah, Jewish Agency for Israel.

 
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68 27 Schmidt, Shimon—Correspondence and reports 1970-1971
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16 2 Schoolman, Bertha—Correspondence 1947-1948
  

Schoolman served in various capacities for Hadassah including as the National Youth Aliyah Committee Chairman, the National Secretary, and the National Vice-President. From 1947 to 1953, she also served as Co-Chairman of the Jewish Agency's Youth Aliyah Management Committee with Moshe Kol.

 
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23 2 Schoolman, Bertha—Correspondence 1948-1950
23 1 Schoolman, Bertha—Report on Youth Aliyah education, personnel, and housing circa 1949
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64 30 Shapira, Yosef—Correspondence, speeches, and biographical material 1978-1983
  

Shapira was appointed World Head of Youth Aliyah, Jewish Agency for Israel in 1978.

 
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15 13 Sharp, Martha—Correspondence and Children to Palestine material 1945-1948
  

Sharp founded the interfaith organization Children to Palestine. Sharp, with her then-husband Waitstill Sharp, both Unitarians, helped hundreds of Jews escape Nazi-occupied Europe. She is only one of three United States citizens to be awarded "Righteous Among the Nations" by the State of Israel.

 
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69 20 Shieber, Dov—Correspondence 1956-1964
  

Most of the correspondence concerns the death of Shieber who died suddenly in 1962. Shieber served as Director of Nitzanim.

 
69 7 Shoham, Yitzchak—Correspondence 1956
  

Shoham served as secretary at Gesher Haziv. The correspondence concerns a proposal to establish a traditional institution for absorption of immigrant youth at the settlement.

 
69 2 Shwarz, Rachel—Correspondence and biographical material 1961-1977
  

Shwarz served as Co-Chairman of Hadassah Neurim.

 
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64 31 Siani, Itamar—Correspondence 1986
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69 5 Simonson, Adam—Correspondence 1956-1959
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68 28 Sobel, Louis—Correspondence, reports, and speech 1951-1960
  

Sobel served as Chair of Hadassah's Youth Reference Board. He was also Executive Director of the Jewish Child Care Association in New York.

 
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91 12 Spack, Barbara—Correspondence 2007-2009
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69 6 Spiro, Samuel—Correspondence and speech 1950-1957
  

Spiro joined Youth Aliyah under Henrietta Szold. He developed the Youth Aliyah Medical Service and served as Director until his retirement in 1957.

 
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47 8 Stern, Yossi—Correspondence 1962-1969
  

Yossi Stern (1923-1992) was an artist, called the "painter of Jerusalem" by Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek. Stern was born in Hungary in 1923. In 1941, he fled Europe to Palestine as a teenager. As a refugee he was interned at Athlit Detenction Camp for six months. Stern was a Youth Aliyah graduate.

 
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64 32 Stern, Yossi—Correspondence and biographical material 1979-1984
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69 26 Sutro, Nettie—Letter concerning a proposed photo book 1958
  

 
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46 3 Tuchman, Shimon—Correspondence 1961-1973
  

Tuchman was the Treasurer of Youth Aliyah Department, Jewish Agency for Israel and then served Director of Youth Aliyah's Finance Section.

 
46 4 Tuchman, Shimon—Correspondence 1961-1973
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23 3 Umanski, David—Correspondence 1948-1950
  

Umanski worked for the Jewish Agency for Palestine, Child and Youth Immigration Bureau, Munich Office. In 1937, Umanski was appointed Director of the Education Section of Youth Aliyah. He was appointed Director General Youth Aliyah in 1948, a position he held until 1966.

 
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47 9 Umanski, David—Correspondence and reports 1954-1968
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23 4 Urieli, Peretz—Correspondence 1949-1950
  

 
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64 33 Vermus, Shlomo—Correspondence concerning Hadassah Neurim 1977
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69 21 Weinstock, Tikva—Correspondence 1959-1960
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46 5 Weiss, Zev—Correspondence, reports, and speech 1957-1964
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49 6 Winter, Hanns—Correspondence and report 1938, 1945-1946, 1984
  

The Hanns Winter material appears to be photocopies of microfilm.

 
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91 13 Winter, Hanns—Correspondence with Hans Beyth 1944-1946
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65 12 Winter, Hanns—Youth Aliyah papers—Article by Henrietta Szold on Benno Badt and related correspondence 1944
65 10 Winter, Hanns—Youth Aliyah papers—Correspondence concerning the establishment of a "Jewish Address Inquiry Search Center" 1943-1944
65 14 Winter, Hanns—Youth Aliyah papers—Death of Henrietta Szold—Correspondence and related material 1945
65 13 Winter, Hanns—Youth Aliyah papers—Planning for Youth Aliyah—Correspondence and plans 1942-1945
65 11 Winter, Hanns—Youth Aliyah papers—"Unser Landwerk, Ahrensdorf" (publication) and letter 1937, 1941
65 16 Winter, Hanns—Youth Aliyah papers—Youth Aliyah statistical reports and advertisement for a talk by Hanns Winter on Henrietta Szold and Youth Aliyah 1945
65 15 Winter, Hanns—Youth Aliyah papers—Youth Aliyah trainees and graduates in the armed forces during World War II—Correspondence and statistical reports 1941, 1944
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69 15 Wolfsberg, Aviad—Memorial—Correspondence 1955-1958
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49 7 Wyzanski, Gisela (Warburg)—Correspondence and printed ephemera 1942-1943
  

Wyzanski was born in Hamburg, Germany and worked in the Berlin Youth Aliyah office until it was closed in 1939. For Hadassah, she served as Hadassah National Youth Aliyah Committee Chairman and was a longtime member of the National Board.

 
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93 17 Wyzanski, Gisela (Warburg)—Judah Touro Fellow award by the American Jewish Historical Society—Letter and speech 1988
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68 29 Yaari, Moshe—Fellowship—Correspondence and minutes 1954-1961
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69 25 Yahalom, Ithamar—Correspondence concerning a fellowship 1953
69 27 Yishai, Akiva—Correspondence, minutes, and reports 1950-1971
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64 34 Yuval, Annabelle—Correspondence 1981-1983

Subseries 7: Publications, Reports, and Printed Ephemera, 1935-2007

Arrangement:

Alphabetical.

Scope and Content:

Included in this subseries are publications, reports, and printed ephemera pertaining to a wide-variety of Youth Aliyah-related subjects. Material in this subseries, compiled by Hadassah, spans nearly the entire history of the Youth Aliyah movement and its subsequent establishment as an agency in Palestine and later in Israel.

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27 4 Annual reports of the Hadassah Youth Aliyah Department 1949-1959
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56 7 Articles and publications on Youth Aliyah—Various topics 1935, 1948-1950, 1964-1969, 1977
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92 16 Articles on Youth Aliyah from the Jerusalem Post (reprint) 1959 March 27
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18 6 As though they were our own! (Teheran children) by Henrietta Szold 1942 and 1943
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92 2 Biennial report on family, child, and youth welfare for the years 1951 and 1952 1953 October
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18 22 A chapter on Youth Aliyah by Dr. Carl Frankenstein 1950
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43 1 Characteristic stages in the development of youth groups and the function of the leaders at the present time by Hanan Bar-Netzer 1969
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17 21 Children and Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1941
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18 5 Children and Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1942
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45 6 Child and Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1942 August
45 7 Child and Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1959-1964
45 8 Child and Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1965-1966
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65 17 Child and Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1968-1969
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35 13 Child and Youth Aliyah Bulletin of Events—Numbers 9, 11, and 12 1947-1948
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34 1 Child and Youth Aliyah Facts and Figures (bulletin) and related reports and correspondence 1950-1954
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18 7 Children and Youth Aliyah: latest news 1943 May
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35 14 Child and Youth Aliyah's March of Time—Fifteenth Anniversary of Youth Aliyah—Stories, radio play, and printed ephemera 1949
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50 4 Children from the diaspora—Reports and articles on various topics 1960-1973
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36 7 Children of Israel by Norman Bentwich 1947
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35 16 Children refashioned (case histories) 1951
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17 13 The children speak 1937
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18 12 Children to Palestine by Tamar de Sola Pool 1948
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2 19 Clippings and articles on Youth Aliyah 1943-1992
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70 5 Clippings on Youth Aliyah 1960-1974
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49 3 Clippings on Youth Aliyah and the rescue of children 1940-1946
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43 2 Cognitive assessment of the socioculturally deprived child and adolescent by Reuven Feuerstein circa 1971
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20 11 Conditions in Europe and Palestine—Reports on Youth Aliyah 1946 October-1948 September
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43 3 The corrective object relations (COR) theory and the treatment group technique (TGT): a common theoretical framework for two different techniques by Rivka Hanegbi, David Krasilowsky, and Reuven Feuerstein circa 1970
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17 11 The cry of the children in Palestine by Henrietta Szold 1937
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66 5 Dapim (Journal)—Publications, minutes, and articles 1956-1960
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35 18 The dimensions of absorption: A study of needs and responsibilities by S. Ben-Eliezer 1964
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18 23 Dynamics of Youth Aliyah groups by Chanoch Rinott (originally Reinhold) 1953
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43 4 Dynamics of Youth Aliyah groups by Chanoch Rinott (originally Reinhold) 1953, 1969
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15 8 Education achievements and problems of Youth Aliyah in Eretz Israel by Alexander Dushkin 1947 October
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43 5 The education of backward youth (The "youth center" compared with the preparatory classes of Youth Aliyah) by Arie Eflal 1969
43 6 Educational and organizational trends in the five Youth Villages by Yitzhak Kashti 1969
43 7 The educational path of Youth Aliyah by Yosef Rappaport 1969
43 8 The effectiveness of the kibbutz born soldier in the Israel Defense Forces by Yehuda Amir 1969
43 9 Extracts from The Encyclopedia of Education: Youth Aliyah 1969
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69 17 Fifteen different communities of the Diaspora at one 'Kumsitz' by Meier Nachtumi 1958
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17 16 Freedom and work for Jewish youth—Report for the Third World Youth Aliyah Conference 1939
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43 10 The function of the Youth Aliyah "Child Guidance Clinic" in comparison with that of a child care clinic by H. Edelston 1969
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35 10 Give youth a hand—Program from Student Loan Fund Ball, Council of Jewish Youth, Washington, DC 1939 February 4
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17 5 Hadassah and Youth Aliyah 1935
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92 6 Hadassah portfolio progress reports for Youth Aliyah 1995
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17 20 Hadassah Youth Aliyah manual 1941
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43 11 Henrietta Szold Institute, National Institute for Research in the Behavioral Sciences—Kedmah (Parent-Teacher Discussion Groups) by Nehama Nir and T. Jick 1973
43 12 Henrietta Szold Institute, National Institute for Research in the Behavioral Sciences—Report on activities, 1967-1969 1970
43 13 Henrietta Szold Institute, National Institute for Research in the Behavioral Sciences—Summary report on activities, 1970-1972 1973
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10 4 Holocaust and Displaced Persons—Bulletins and reports 1945 March -1946 January
10 7 Holocaust and Displaced Persons—Bulletins and reports 1946 April-June
10 5 Holocaust and Displaced Persons—Bulletins and reports 1945 December-1946 August
10 6 Holocaust and Displaced Persons—Bulletins and reports 1945 December-1946 August
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18 4 Homeward flight by Bernhard Gelbart 1942
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43 14 An immigrant youth group and its absorption by Meir Gottesmann 1969
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34 6 Immigration, absorption, and education—Reports and articles on Youth Aliyah topics 1949-1959
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59 23 Immigration and immigrants—Reports on various topics 1942-1950
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43 15 Interventional strategies for the significant modification of cognitive functioning in the disadvantaged adolescent by Reuven Feuerstein and David Krasilowsky 1972
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17 8 Issues and Men (The Nation) by Oswald Garrison Villard 1936 March 4
17 15 Jewish children find freedom and work 1939
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65 9 Jewish Telegraph Agency (JTA) newsletters and clippings on Youth Aliyah (photocopies) 1940, 1989-1990
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17 9 Jewish Youth is learning farmwork and handicraft in Palestine 1935
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35 3 Joyful Mother of Children: Youth Aliyah Under Henrietta Szold and Hadassah and Youth Aliyah—By Marian G. Greenberg 1960
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43 16 The kibbutz as foster mother: Maimonides applied by Martin Wolins 1969
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18 14 Let facts speak for Youth Aliyah 1950 April
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43 17 Low functioning children in residential and day settings for the deprived by Reuven Feuerstein 1971
43 18 The Mechinot: the preparatory groups of Youth Aliyah by Chaim Shalom, Research Unit of Youth Aliyah 1969
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18 21 Neurotic children and the siege of Jerusalem, 1948 by Yehuda Dux—Letter from Eva Michaelis to Lola Kramarsky 1948 and 1949
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60 12 Newsletters, articles, and clippings on Youth Aliyah 1935-1962
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35 12 The occupational interests of urban youth by L. Malinovsky and M. Dauber 1947
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93 4 Orah: Youth Aliyah and Youth Services 2003 Spring
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18 13 Our children, our future (bulletin) 1948 November
18 19 Our graduates by Ze'ev Schickler circa 1960
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66 2 Pamphlets on Youth Aliyah circa 1950-1970
66 7 Pledges Hadassah support of program to increase enrollment of disadvantaged by Beatrice Feldman circa 1975
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17 12 Programm für die Zweite Jugend-Aliyah Weld Konferenz in Zürich (in German) 1937 August 23-25
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60 8 Publications and articles on Youth Aliyah circa 1935-1989
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58 3 Publications, articles, and report on various Youth Aliyah topics circa 1940, 1960-1984
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59 22 Publications, brochures, and articles on Youth Aliyah circa 1940-1946
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35 7 Radio speech (transcript) by a Youth Aliyah ward 1937 February 28
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43 19 Reflections on some aspects of residential child care and the role of the madrich by Julius Carlebach 1969
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35 11 Report of the Child and Youth Welfare Organization, 1944-1946 1946
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62 4 Report on Youth Aliyah to the National Board of Hadassah by Anna Tulin—Transcript 1958 September 3
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34 7 Reports and articles on various Youth Aliyah topics circa 1940-1960
34 8 Reports and articles on various Youth Aliyah topics circa 1940-1960
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57 5 Reports and articles on various Youth Aliyah topics 1967-1974
57 1 Reports on various Youth Aliyah activities 1958-1964
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30 4 Reports on Youth Aliyah—Various topics 1949-1953
30 5 Reports on Youth Aliyah—Various topics 1954-1956
30 6 Reports on Youth Aliyah—Various topics 1957-1959
30 7 Reports on Youth Aliyah—Various topics 1958-1959
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43 20 Residential education for disadvantaged youth—Selected papers 1981
43 21 The role of the residential yeshiva in moulding religious youth's world of values by M. Munk 1969
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18 3 Saga of the seven thousand: the story of Youth Aliyah 1941
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67 16 Script—For Palestine's Children 1943
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17 14 Short stories 1938
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43 22 The specific character of the educational supervision, psychological guidance and social studies in Youth Aliyah by Hanan Bar-Netzer, Ze'ev Glueck, Rivka Hanegbi, and Rachel Taus 1969
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35 15 Statistical reports on Youth Aliyah issued from the Jewish Agency for Israel, Department of Youth Aliyah 1949
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36 9 Survey of education in Israel by Abraham S. Hyman 1964
36 10 Survey of education in Israel by Abraham S. Hyman 1964
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43 23 Survey of Youth Aliyah wards from the Soviet Union by Meir Gottesmann 1969
43 24 Survey on recruitment and kibbutz candidacy graduates of the youth groups, 1959-1966 by Meir Gottesmann 1969
43 25 Techniques of staff consultation in an immigrant children's organization in Israel by Jona Michael Rosenfeld and Gerald Caplan 1969
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18 8 Ten years: Children and Youth Aliyah, 1934-1944 (pictorial history) 1945
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70 6 Three Hearts at Dimona by Yehuda Hanegbi circa 1960
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43 26 The treatment group technique by Reuven Feuerstein and David Krasilowsky 1971
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18 16 Twenty-five years of Youth Aliyah (copy 1) 1959
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42 3 Twenty-five years of Youth Aliyah (copies 2 and 3) 1959
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18 18 Twenty-five years religious Youth Aliyah 1960
18 9 Various Hadassah fundraising printed ephemera—"Escape to life", "Diary by Joseph", "The children's hour for Youth Aliyah" and "My dear child" 1945
18 11 Various publications—"Children and Youth Aliyah: an outline"—"Children of Israel" by Norman Bentwich—"Youth Aliyah Review" 1947
18 10 What mine eyes have seen 1945
18 20 Whittingehame Farm School—Pamphlet circa 1940
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17 18 The Youngest Pioneers by Marian G. Greenberg 1940
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43 27 Youth Aliyah in days of trial by Joseph Klarman 1974
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17 6 Youth Aliyah: a review of three years of achievement-realizing an ideal—Jugend-Alijah (in German) circa 1936 and 1938
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66 3 Youth Aliyah anniversary publications 1960, 1979
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93 7 Youth Aliyah brochures, pamphlets, and printed ephemera circa 1990-2007
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35 5 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1936-1939
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17 17 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1940
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43 28 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1969 March
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75 2 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1969, 1978-1980
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55 23 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1970-1975 (incomplete)
55 24 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1976-1977 (incomplete)
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43 29 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1977 August
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55 25 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1978 (incomplete)
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56 1 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1979 (incomplete)
56 2 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1980 (incomplete)
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43 30 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1980 June
43 31 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1980 November
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75 3 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1980, 1987
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56 3 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1981, 1985 (incomplete)
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65 18 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1982-1983
65 19 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1984-1985
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56 4 Youth Aliyah Bulletin 1987-1988 (incomplete)
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66 6 Youth Aliyah Bulletin—Discussion of 1974-1977
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18 2 Youth Aliyah carries on 1941
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93 8 Youth Aliyah Child Rescue 1998 Spring
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43 32 Youth Aliyah: facts, problems, programmes by Joseph Klarman 1973
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56 8 Youth Aliyah history and highlights—Reports and articles 1943, 1949-1960, 1971
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36 5 Youth Aliyah in a religious kibbutz by Meir Tamari 1960
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35 9 Youth Aliyah in wartime, 1939-1941 by Walter Gross 1942
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53 Youth Aliyah letters written by Henrietta Szold collected by Zena Harman, 1934-1944—Volume I 1950
53 Youth Aliyah letters written by Henrietta Szold collected by Zena Harman, 1934-1944—Volume II 1950
53 Youth Aliyah letters written by Henrietta Szold collected by Zena Harman, 1934-1944—Volume III 1950
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54 Youth Aliyah letters written by Henrietta Szold collected by Zena Harman, 1934-1944—Volume IV 1950
54 Youth Aliyah letters written by Henrietta Szold collected by Zena Harman, 1934-1944—Volume V 1950
54 Youth Aliyah letters written by Henrietta Szold collected by Zena Harman, 1934-1944—Volume VI 1950
54 Youth Aliyah letters written by Henrietta Szold collected by Zena Harman, 1934-1944—Volume VII 1950
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93 10 Youth Aliyah Newsline 1999-2004
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18 15 Youth Aliyah: Past, present and future by Moshe Kol, with introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt 1957
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92 24 Youth Aliyah publications circa 1935
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49 11 Youth Aliyah publications 1945-1969
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36 1 Youth Aliyah report, 1934-1941 1941
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49 13 Youth Aliyah reports 1940-1959
49 9 Youth Aliyah reports and correspondence—Various topics 1943-1945
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66 1 Youth Aliyah Review 1953, 1957, 1966-1968
66 4 Youth Aliyah statistical abstract, 1933-1983 circa 1983
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43 33 Youth Aliyah structure and services by Ruth Birk 1969
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18 1 Youth Aliyah: the new lifeline 1941
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36 3 Youth Aliyah: trends and developments by Chanoch Rinott (originally Reinhold) 1957
36 4 Youth Aliyah: vision and work by Chanoch Rinott (originally Reinhold) 1959
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43 34 Youth Aliyah wards born in America (abridged survey) by Meir Gottesmann circa 1970
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36 Youth builds its home: Youth Aliyah as an educational movement by Chanoch Rinott (originally Reinhold) (bound volume; copy 1) circa 1946
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42 18 Youth builds its home: Youth Aliyah as an educational movement by Chanoch Rinott (originally Reinhold) (bound volume; copy 2) circa 1946
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36 2 Youth builds its home: Youth Aliyah as an educational movement by Chanoch Rinott (originally Reinhold)—Footnotes (copy 1) circa 1946
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42 19 Youth builds its home: Youth Aliyah as an educational movement by Chanoch Rinott (originally Reinhold)—Footnotes (copy 2) circa 1946
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43 35 The youth center in Kiryat Gat: process of change and progress by Yitzhak Kashti 1969
43 36 Youth centers by Ruth Birk and Arie Eflal 1969
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17 7 Youth immigration from Germany to Palestine (Report 3) 1935
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