Intergroup Activities Photographs, [ca. 1937-1968].

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Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Intergroup Activities Photographs, [ca. 1937-1968].

Intergroup Activities Photographs, [ca. 1937-1968].

Included are nearly 700 black and white, mostly eight by ten photographs documenting intergroup activities sponsored by the Jewish Theological Seminary between ca. 1937 and 1968. There are views of sessions and meetings as well as more informal occasions such as luncheons, tours, and social gatherings (some of which took place at the scenic Lake Mohonk Mountain House at New Paltz, New York) the Conference on Science, Philosophy, and Religion, the Institute for Religious and Social Studies, and related programs including the Institute on Ethics and the visits to the Jewish Theological Seminay of Asian clerics and scholars. Formal and informal, group and individual portraits of participants in the programs are also included. Included are pictures of: William F. Albright, Rudolf Allers, Gordon Allport, Isaiah Berlin, Ben Zion Bokser, Lyman Bryson, Harlan Cleveland, Lawrence Cremin, Carlotta Damanda, Moshe Davis, Clarence Faust, Jessica Feingold, Nels Ferre, Louis Finkelstein, Thomas K. Finletter, Simon Greenberg, S.I. Hayakawa, Hudson Hoagland, Charles S. Johnson, F. Ernest Johnson, John La Farge, Harold D. Lasswell, Timothy Leary, Alain Locke. Robert M. Maciver, Robert J. McCracken, Richard P. McKeon, John Courtney Murray, Talcott Parsons, Gerald Phelan, Harlow Shapley, Pitirim Sorokin, I.I. Rabi, Frank Lloyd Wright, and others.

ca. 666 photographs; 1.7 linear ft.

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