Papers, 1958-1992.


Papers, 1958-1992.

Papers contain the many programs and reports of organizations in which Levitt participated and led through her work with the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and the United Nations; some of the Sabbath, confirmation, and installation services that she wrote for Temple Beth El, Great Neck, N.Y.; several poems and temple services that she composed; and two autobiographical questionnaires that she filled out in 1975 and in 1992 which offer information regarding her family.

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