New York Board of Rabbis Records undated, 1881-2000 1948-2000

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New York Board of Rabbis Records undated, 1881-2000 1948-2000

The New York Board of Rabbis is a cross-denominational Jewish organization for rabbis that seeks to foster fellowship, provide educational enrichment, and rise above theological differences to strengthen and defend the Jewish community advancing its’ educational, religious, and social values. The collection documents the governance of the Board and its activities in serving the Jewish community of New York and at large.

47.2 linear feet (47 manuscript boxes, 1 OS 1 oversize box, 1 OS 4 oversize box and 21 record storage boxes).

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