Baron, Salo W. Papers, 1900-1980
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Goitein, Shelomo Dov, 1900-1985
Shelomo Dov Goitein (April 3, 1900 – February 6, 1985) was a German-Jewish ethnographer, historian and Arabist known for his research on Jewish life in the Islamic Middle Ages, and particularly on the Cairo Geniza....
Marcus, Jacob Rader, 1896-1995
Jacob Rader Marcus received his rabbinical ordination from Hebrew Union College in 1920; he began teaching at HUC that year. Marcus devoted most of his post-World War II historical career to American Jewish history and founded the American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati in 1947 on the campus of HUC. ...
Knapp, Russell S.
Pinson, Koppel S.
Kaplan, Jacob H. (Jacob Hyman), 1874-1965
Rabbi, Temple Israel, Miami, Fla.; b. in Germany. From the description of Papers, 1894-1957. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70958886 Born in Germany in 1874, Jacob H. Kaplan was ordained as a rabbi at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1902. From 1926 until his retirement, he served as a congregational rabbi at Temple Israel in Miami, Fla. From the description of Rabbi Jacob Kaplan Scrapbooks, 1926-1947. (University of Florida). WorldCat record id: 184843034 ...
Jewish publication society
Silberschlag, Eisig, 1903-1988
Eisig Silberschlag was born in 1903 in the city of Stryy, located in what is now Ukraine. In 1925 he received a doctorate from the University of Vienna, and, over the course of his long career, was considered an authority in the field of Hebrew literary criticism. Silberschlag was an accomplished poet who translated Aristophanes and Menander from Greek into Hebrew. In 1944 he joined the faculty of Hebrew College of Boston and was named dean in 1947. In the late 1960s, his title was changed to pr...
Davis, Moshe, 1926-
Oelsner, Toni 1907-
Spiegel, Shalom, 1899-1984
Janowsky, Oskar I.
Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.)
Hebrew Union College
First Reform rabbinic school in the United States, founded in 1875 in Cincinnati, Ohio, by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise; 1950 merged with Jewish Institute of Religion (founded in 1922 in New York, N.Y.) to become Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. From the description of Records, 1875-1948 (bulk 1920-1947). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70960622 ...
Mahler, Raphaël, 1899-1977
Täubler, Eugen, 1879-1953
Halpern, Israel, 1910-1971
Gandz, Solomon, 1887-1954
Lieberman, Saul, 1898-1983
Professor at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. From the description of Correspondence to Chaim Potok, 1967-1980. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 725258816 Talmudic scholar. Lieberman was professor of Palestinian Literature and Institutions, dean, and rector of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. From the description of Papers, 1932-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78813415 ...
Karp, Abraham J.
Adler, Cyrus, 1863-1940
Cyrus Adler graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1883. He later received the first American Ph.D. in Semitics from Johns Hopkins University. He taught Semitic languages at Johns Hopkins from 1884 to 1893. In 1877 he was appointed assistant curator of the section of Oriental antiquities in the United States National Museum, and had charge of an exhibit of biblical archaeology at the centennial exposition of the Ohio valley in 1888. He was a commissioner for the world's Columbian ex...
American Jewish Historical Society
American Jewish Committee
Founded in 1906 to safeguard the rights of Jews and to alleviate the consequences of persecution or disaster affecting them at home or abroad. ...
Bernstein, S. (Simon), 1884-
Cohen, Arthur A. (Arthur Allen), 1928-1986
American theologian, art critic, writer and bookseller. From the description of Papers relating to Herbert Bayer, ca. 1979-1984. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 83781012 From the description of Papers relating to Sonia and Robert Delaunay, ca. 1960-1981. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 145996063 From the description of Arthur Cohen interview with Robert Motherwell, 1969. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 77719338 ...
Altmann, Alexander, 1906-
Training Bureau for Jewish Communal Service.
Abramsky, Chimen, 1916-2010
Wischnitzer, Mark, 1882-1955
Spiegel, Shalom, 1899-
Emergency Committee for Displaced German Scholars.
Kohut, George Alexander, 1874-1933
Scholar, educator, and editor. From the description of Papers, 1922-1929. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70925057 Educator, rabbi. George A. Kohut was son of Alexander Kohut. From the description of Papers, 1852-1933, 1898-1933 (bulk). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122530598 ...
Wise, Stephen Samuel, 1874-1949
Stephen Samuel Wise was born in Budapest, Hungary, and came to the United States the following year. He graduated with honors from Columbia University and in 1893 he was ordained in Austria "The People's Rabbi," as Wise would later be known, developed his deep concern for the less fortunate at an early age. Wise fought for housing projects, the abolition of child labor, the improvement of working conditions, securing rights for female workers and equal rights for African Americans. He founded th...
Wischnitzer, Rachel, 1885-1989
Silberschlag, Eisig, 1903-
Born in 1907, Toni Oelsner studied Sociology and History in Germany until 1934. Oelsner was active in various politically left-leaning organizations, before she immigrated to the United States via England in 1939, where she graduated from the New School for Social Research in New York with a Master's degree. Research works by Oelsner have been published. Please see the attached list of 'related material' below. From the guide to the Toni Oelsner Collection, 1...
Aptowitzer, Victor, 1871-1942
National Jewish Welfare Board
Army-Navy Division is the branch of the JWB that intercedes for the needs and interests of Jewish military personnel; name officially introduced in 1941. From the guide to the National Jewish Welfare Board, Army-Navy Division records, undated, 1917-1955, 1969, 1974, (American Jewish Historical Society) Established 1917 to provide support services for Jewish military personnel, and after 1921 also for YM-YWHAs, Jewish community centers, and Jewish-sponsored camps. ...
Conference on Jewish Relations (U.S.)
Hebrew Union College (Cincinnati)
Yerushalmi, Yosef Hayim, 1932-2009
Professor of Jewish History at Columbia University married to pianist Ophra Yerushalmi. From the description of Correspondence with Chaim Potok, 1974-1983. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 724495335 BIOGHIST REQUIRED Yosef Yerushalmi, born Joseph Erushalmi, was born May 20, 1932 in Bronx, New York. His father was a Hebrew teacher and scholar. Yerushalmi received his bachelor's degree from Yeshiva University in 1953 before att...
Feigin, Samuel I. (Samuel Isaac), 1893-1950
Marx, Alexander, 1878-1953
Librarian and Professor of Jewish History at Jewish Theological Seminary of America (JTSA). From the description of Papers, 1880-1958. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78786011 Librarian, Jewish Theological Seminary. From the description of Correspondence, 1923 Dec. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270723550 ...
Gandz, Solomon, 1883-1954
Baron, Salo W. (Salo Wittmayer), 1895-1989
Biography Salo Wittmayer Baron was instrumental in establishing Jewish Studies as an academic discipline in the United States. An extraordinarily prolific historian, Baron also played an exceptional role in American Jewish organizational life. Baron was born in 1895 in Tarnow, now in Poland but then part of Austrian Galicia. His parents, Elias Baron and Minna Wittmayer Baron, were orthodox Jews, and Elias Baron was a banker and Jewish communi...
Kisch, Guido, 1889-1985
Born Prague, the son of Alexander Kisch, the Chief Rabbi of that city; Author; humanist scholar; Professor of law, Jewish history and bibliography, and Jewry law at the University of Leipzig, the University of Halle, and the Jewish Institute of Religion (New York), later Hebrew-Union College; also Honorary Professor at the University of Basel; founder and editor of Historia Judaica. From the description of Guido Kisch papers, [ca. 1934-1972]. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat re...
Friedman, Philip, 1901-1960
Blumenfield, Samuel M., 1901-1972
Rabbi, educator, and scholar. From the description of Samuel M. Blumenfield papers, ca. 1940-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 767594160 ...
Glatzer, Nahum N. (Nahum Norbert), 1903-1990
Nahum Norbert Glatzer served on the faculty at Brandeis University from 1951-1973. He specialized in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies and served as chairman of the department for a number of years; he wrote numerous books and articles. From the description of Nahum Norbert Glatzer papers, 1900-1988. (Brandeis University Library). WorldCat record id: 61460435 ...
Union Theological Seminary in Virginia.
Scholem, Gershom, 1897-1982
Born as Gerhard Scholem to a secular Jewish family in Berlin in 1897, Scholem was a close associate of Walter Benjamin and through his scholarly efforts and publications arguably the most important figure in spreading awareness of Jewish mysticism and the Kabbala to audiences beyond Orthodox Jewish circles. In 1923, he emigrated to Palestine, whereupon he changed his name to Gershon Scholem. In Palestine and later Israel he was a librarian and professor at Hebrew University, but remained involve...
Tel-Aviv University (Israel)
Karp, Abraham J.
Jewish theological seminary of America
Roth, Cecil, 1899-1970
British historian. From the description of History of the Jews in England : Oxford, 1962-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82463340 From the description of History of the Jews in England : Oxford, 1962-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702146866 Epithet: Reader in Jewish Studies at Oxford British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000688.0x000065 ...
Hebrew University (Israel)
Blau, Joseph L. (Joseph Leon), 1909-1986
Columbia, A.B., 1931; M.A., 1933; Ph.D., 1944. Professor of religion and philosophy at Columbia University. Member of Fraternity of Leaders of the American Ethical Union; author and scholar in field of American philosophical and religious thought. From the description of Joseph L. Blau papers, 1912-1987. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 467178844 Member of Fraternity of Leaders; author and scholar in field of American philosophical and relig...
World Jewish Congress.
According to their own constitution, the World Jewish Congress is a voluntary association of representative Jewish bodies, communities and organisations throughout the world, organised to assure the survival and to foster the unity of the Jewish people. Its origins lie in the immediate aftermath of World War I in the cooperative efforts by Jewish communities around the world in religious, legal, political and relief matters. In the aftermath of World War II the World Jewish Congress played a cen...
Stern, Selma, 1890-1981
Born on July 24, 1890 in Kippenheim, Baden, Selma Stern was the daughter of the physician Dr. Julius Stern and his wife Emilie, née Durlacher. In 1901 the family resettled in Baden-Baden, where Dr. Stern would soon possess a very large international clientele. Growing up, Selma Stern was labeled a "Wunderkind" and because of her talents was the first girl to receive special permission to attend the secondary school in the humanities at only 14 years old. There she quickl...
Jewish Cultural Reconstruction, Inc.
Jewish Cultural Reconstruction Inc. was founded in New York by the Commission on European Jewish Cultural Reconstruction in 1947. The Commission was created in 1944 by the Conference on Jewish Relations, later known as the Conference on Jewish Social Studies. The historian Salo W Baron (1895-1989) was key player in all these organisations. He was also a close friend of the political theorist, Hannah Arendt (1906-1975), whom he made executive director of the organisation - she is the...
Prinz, Joachim, 1902-1988
Joachim Prinz was born in Burchartsdorf, Germany, in 1902, and ordained by the Breslau Jewish Theological Seminary in 1925. In 1926 he became rabbi of the Berlin Jewish community. His adherence to the Zionist movement brought him into conflict with the leaders of the Berlin Jewish community. Prinz continually attacked Nazism from his pulpit, even after Hitler came to power, and was arrested several times by the Gestapo. In 1937 he held his last meeting with his congregation before emigrating to ...
Barzilay, Isaac, 1915-2006
Wise, George Schneiweis, 1906-
Columbia University. Center for Israel and Jewish Studies
Tartakower, Aryeh, 1897-1982
Baeck, Leo, 1873-1956
20th century German-Polish-Jewish Rabbi, scholar, and a leader of Progressive Judaism. On 27 Jan. 1943, he was deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp. He became the "honorary head" of the Council of Elders (Judenrat) in Theresienstadt. As such, he was protected from transports and with his protection list, could also save his relatives from transports, among others his grand-niece Ruth (b. 1925). Moreover, Baeck became "prominent", which meant that he had better accommodation, better ...
Conference on Jewish Social Studies (U.S.)
Grayzel, Solomon, 1896-1980
Finkelstein, Louis, 1895-1991
Chancellor, Jewish Theological Seminary of America. From the description of Correspondence to Chaim Potok, 1955-1981. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 700038813 ...
Ben-Horin, Meir, 1918-
Starr, Joshua, 1907-1949
Netanyahu, B. (Benzion), 1910-2012
Tèaubler, Eugen, 1879-1953
Gartner, Lloyd P., 1927-....
History professor who specialized in Jewish history. He taught at Tel-Aviv University, the City University of New York, Hebrew University, the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and Yale University. Gartner wrote History of the Jews of Cleveland, among other works on Jewish history in America and Europe. From the description of Papers, 1939-1971. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 298558094 ...
Fuks, Lajb, 1908-
American Academy for Jewish Research
The American Academy for Jewish Research (AAJR) was organized in the autumn of 1919 and was formally established on June 15, 1920. The Academy represents the oldest organization of Judaic scholars in North America. The AAJR began as a small group of progressive European-born and trained scholars that came together in North America. Its mission statement is "to foster and promote the cause of Jewish learning and research." At its first meeting in 1919, the Academy established its obj...
Orlinsky, Harry Meyer, 1908-....
Subseries 1. Printed materials about European Jews (largely before 1945)
Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955
Albert Einstein was born at Ulm, in Württemberg, Germany, on March 14, 1879. Six weeks later the family moved to Munich, where he later on began his schooling at the Luitpold Gymnasium. Later, they moved to Italy and Albert continued his education at Aarau, Switzerland and in 1896 he entered the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich to be trained as a teacher in physics and mathematics. In 1901, the year he gained his diploma, he acquired Swiss citizenship and, as he was...
Cohen, Morris Raphael, 1880-1947
Philosopher. Graduated from the College of the City of New York, 1900. Ph. D., Harvard, 1906. Instructor in mathematics at the City College of New York, then taught in its Department of Philosophy, 1912-1938. Professor of philosophy, University of Chicago, 1938-1942. From the description of Papers, 1898-1981. (University of Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 52248106 Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Morris R. Cohen and his wife, Mary Cohen. From the descri...
Subsubseries 2. Nazi Books
Steinberg, Aaron, 1891-1975
Handlin, Oscar, 1915-2011
Handlin taught history at Harvard and was Director of the Harvard University Library from 1979 to 1984. From the description of Papers of Oscar Handlin, 1958-1984 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973327 Handlin earned his Harvard AM in 1935 and his PhD in 1940. He taught history at Harvard and was Director of the Harvard University Library from 1979 to 1984. From the description of The evolution of national character in America, 1861-1875 ...
Institute of Jewish Religion (New York)
Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture
The Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, the only international body dedicated solely to advancing Jewish cultural activities, was established by Dr. Nahum Goldmann in 1965 with reparation funds from the Government of West Germany. More than 40 organizations are represented in the Foundation. The Foundation awards scholarships and fellowships to scholars, writers, artists, rabbis, educators and communal workers to replace the cultural elite annihilated in Europe. Funds are provided to institu...
American Jewish congress
The American Jewish Congress was founded originally in 1918 by a group of Jewish American leaders as an umbrella structure for Jewish organizations to represent the American Jewish interests at the Peace Conference following the end of World War I. It was seen as a national parliamentary assembly representing all American Jews. Representatives to the Congress were selected by all major national Jewish organizations and delegates representing local communities were elected by some 35...
Neusner, Jacob, 1932-....
Konvitz, Milton R. (Milton Ridvas), 1908-2003
Philip W. Lown (1890-1976) Philip W. Lown was born in Lithuania in 1890, which was then occupied by Russia, on the seventh day of Hanukah. When he was eleven, he attended a rabbinical school in Vilna. At the age of fourteen or fifteen he participated in the Russian Revolution in Lithuania in which he protested the czar and risked the brutality of the Cossacks in 1905. After the Revolution was crushed, he needed to escape the social unrest and poor living conditions so he...
Conference on Jewish Cultural Reconstruction.
Pinson, Koppel S. (Koppel Shub), 1904-1961
Koppel Shub Pinson (1904-1961) was an American educator and historian who specialized in German and Jewish history. He taught at Queens College of the City University of New York from 1937 to 1961. From the guide to the Koppel S. Pinson papers, 1923-1960, 1940s-1950s, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Born in Postawy, Lithuania on February 11, 1904, Koppel Pinson came to the United States with his parents in 1907. He received his doctorate in ...
National Foundation for Jewish Culture (U.S.)
Mahler, Raphael, 1899-
Halpern, Israel, 1910-
Ankori, Zvi, 1920-
Jewish Pubication Society.
Goldmann, Nahum, 1895-1982
Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany
Lieberman, Saul, 1898-