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Michael Strassfeld papers

Ms. Coll. 1218

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Strassfeld, Michael
Title:
Michael Strassfeld papers
Date [bulk]:
1968-2015
Date [inclusive]:
1901-2015
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1218
Extent:
42 linear feet (70 boxes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Rabbi Michael Strassfeld (born February 8, 1950) is an American Reconstructionist Rabbi. Raised in a Orthodox Jewish household, Strassfeld was profoundly influenced by the burgeoning Jewish anti-establishment movement in the Boston area in the 1960s and early 1970s. The Michael Strassfeld papers contain the records of the his education and life's work. Represented are elements of his Orthodox upbringing, traditional Jewish education, influence of the Jewish anti-establishment and countercultural movements of the 1960s and early 1970s, and his training and practice as a Reconstructionist Rabbi.
Cite as:
Michael Strassfeld papers, 1901-2015 (Bulk: 1968-2015), Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Rabbi Michael Strassfeld (born February 8, 1950) is an American Reconstructionist Rabbi. Born in Dorchester, Massachusetts, Strassfeld attended the Maimonides School, an Orthodox Jewish day school in Brookline, Massachusetts, graduating from high school in 1967. He went on to attend the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary at Yeshiva University in New York City for one year before transferring to Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, where he received a BA, magna cum laude with honors, in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies in 1971, and an MA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies in 1972. From 1972 to 1976 Strassfeld completed coursework for a PhD in Jewish History from Brandeis. He attended the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wyncote, Pennsylvania, becoming an ordained Rabbi in 1991.

Raised in a Orthodox Jewish household, Strassfeld was profoundly influenced by the burgeoning Jewish anti-establishment movement in the Boston area in the 1960s and early 1970s. Strassfeld was one of the founders of Havurat Shalom, in Somerville, Massachusetts, established in 1968 as the first countercultural Jewish community in what would grow to become a national Havurah movement. Strassfeld was one of the leaders of retreats held at Weiss's Farm in Long Branch, New Jersey, which brought together members of some of the first Havurot in the US, and would eventually lead to the establishment of the National Havurah Institute and the National Havurah Committee.

After brief stints as Principal of the Temple Adas Israel Hebrew School in Hyde Park, Massachusetts (1971), and Assistant to Hillel Director at Brandeis University (1972), Strassfeld published in 1973 with first wife Sharon Strassfeld and colleague Richard Siegel, The Jewish Catalog, a do-it-yourself manual on how to be Jewish. The publication was extremely popular and was followed by second and third catalogs in 1975 and 1981. Strassfeld also published  The Jewish Calendar, from 1975 to 1993, and  The Jewish Holidays, in 1985.

Strassfeld was employed by Congregation Ansche Chesed in New York City for almost two decades. He served as Leader of High Holiday services from 1982 to 2001; Director of Program and Development from 1984 to 1988; Executive Director from 1988 to 1991; and, following his ordination, Rabbi from 1991 to 2001. Ansche Chesed is an egalitarian, participatory Conservative synagogue on Manhattan's Upper West Side. In 2001, Strassfeld became Rabbi of the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, a Reconstructionist synagogue also on the city's Upper West Side, where he served until his retirement in 2015.

Strassfeld was a founding chairperson of the National Havurah Committee from 1979 to 1982; a founding vice-president of the Abraham Joshua Heschel School, an egalitarian day school in Manhattan in 1983; a founding board member of Beyond Shelter, a coalition of Manhattan synagogues concerned with homelessness from 1987 to 1988; and a founding faculty member of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality in New York City, from 1999. Strassfeld was also a member of the board of Rabbis for Human Rights, North America, and received the Rabbi Israel & Libby Mowshowitz Prize from the New York Board of Rabbis in 2000.

Rabbi Strassfeld is married to Rabbi Joy Levitt. He and first wife Sharon Strassfeld have three children.

Scope and Contents

The Michael Strassfeld papers contain the records of the Reconstructionist Rabbi's education and life's work. Represented are elements of his Orthodox upbringing, traditional Jewish education, influence of the Jewish anti-establishment and countercultural movements of the 1960s and early 1970s, and his training and practice as a Reconstructionist Rabbi. The collection is made up of eight series: I. Education; II. Jewish counterculture and later progressive movements; III. Synagogues; IV. Observances; V. Teaching; VI. Works by Michael Strassfeld; VII. Books and other publications from the library of Michael Strassfeld; and VIII. Photographs from the publication of The Jewish Catalog. A ninth series, Judaic sound recordings, is in process and will be added to this finding aid when completed.

The series on "Education" contains mostly notes, research papers, and study materials created by Strassfeld from his years in high school at the Maimonides School to his undergraduate and graduate student years in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis University, as well as his study to become ordained as a Rabbi at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. Additionally, there are study materials from continuing education courses at a number of institutes and study centers including the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, the Shalom Hartman Institute, and others.

The series of "Jewish counterculture and later progressive movements" includes materials concerning the Havurah movement, feminism, sexuality and gender, environmentalism, peace, the persecution of Soviet Jews, and youth movements, among others. Materials include newspapers and ephemera of the time, notes from meetings and retreats, and positional papers on a range of topics. Also in this series are materials from Strassfeld's co-founding and association with Havurat Shalom and the National Havurah Committee.

The third series on "Synagogues" contains the working papers of Strassfeld's time as lay employee and later Rabbi of Congregation Ansche Chesed (1982-2001), and as Rabbi of the Society for the Advancement of Judaism (2001-2015), both located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Many of these files are managerial in nature, representing the day-to-day issues faced in managing and serving as a leader of two progressive and egalitarian houses of worship. Because of clergy-congregant privilege a small number of files in this series are restricted. More information on this can be found in the "Access Restrictions" note in this finding aid.

The series on "Observances" includes materials associated with sacred services at Strassfeld's two synagogues (as well as the occasional service while visiting another congregation). These materials include programs, readings, notes, and sermons for weekly services, special services, and holidays; the High Holidays services of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur; Prayer and lifecycle ceremonies including birth ceremonies, bar/t mitzvahs, and marriages; and Healing services and resources.

The series on "Teaching" covers courses taught by Strassfeld, mostly in his capacity as Rabbi at Congregation Ansche Chesed and the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, but also through conferences and community organizations.

The series "Works by Michael Strassfeld" is comprised of a range of writings, public presentations, and other creative works. Included are speeches given in various venues and on a range of occasions; a large collection of hand-written eulogies; files associated with the writing and publication of The Jewish Catalog; and an assortment of other writings and works such as magazine articles, books, and documentation on assembling Strassfeld's substantial collection of Jewish sound recordings.

The series of "Books and other publications from the Library of Michael Strassfeld" is comprised of approximately 333 individual titles. Included are the published works by Michael Strassfeld such as The Jewish Catalog, called the most successful book to come out of the Jewish counterculture, and its subsequent volumes;  The Jewish Calendar; and several other important titles. Also, there are books on a range of mostly Jewish topics which were selected by Strassfeld as a representation of works important to his development as a Rabbi. These have been divided into categories including: Comparative religion; The Holocaust; Jewish counterculture; Jewish community; Jewish feminism; Jewish fiction; Jewish guide books; Jewish historical sources; Jewish modernity; Jewish music; Jewish pastoral services; Jewish practices; Jewish spirituality; Jewish theology; Jewish youth and education; Rabbi manuals; Sidderum (prayerbooks); as well as non-Jewish books; and a selection of progressive Jewish periodical issues. Many of these works may be found elsewhere in the Penn Libraries, and complete bibliographic citations are given to facilitate finding copies within Franklin.

There is a series of "Photographs from the publication of The Jewish Catalog." These number over 250 individual prints, and contain scenes especially from the Havurah movement, depictions of Jewish practices and rituals, and scenes of Jewish life from around the world.

Series IX. Audio material contains a collection of over 950 sound recordings (LPs, cassettes, and CDs) of Jewish music collected by Strassfeld over the course of his life. The collection emphasizes sacred Hasidic music, but also includes examples of the Jewish folk revival, and a small amount of Klezmer instrumental music and Yiddish song.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2016 December 14

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by John F. Anderies; Hebrew music listed by David Kalish and Louis Meiselman

Access Restrictions

The majority of this collection is open for research. A small number of files are restricted due to personally identifiable information or clergy-congregant privilege. Researchers interested in viewing restricted files in this collection should email the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rarebooks, and Manuscripts for permission. The following files are restricted for clergy-congregant privilege: Box 9, Folder 34, 38, and 39; Box 11, Folder 26; and Box 12, Folder 53. Box 19, Folder 4 is restricted because it contains personally identifiable information.

Access to original audio/visual materials (Series IX: Audio material) and computer files is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering.

Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Gift, Michael Strassfeld, 2015

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

At the American Jewish Historical Society: Records of Jewish Counter Culture Collection, undated, 1966-2010 (bulk 1967-1972), I-504

At the Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives: Arthur Ocean Waskow Papers, 1943-1977 (bulk 1961-1977), Mss 5; PH 6607

At the Jewish Theological Seminary of America Library: Temple Ansche Chesed (New York, N.Y.), Records, [ca. 1876-1989]

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Brandeis University.
  • Havurat Shalom (Somerville, Mass.).
  • Reconstructionist Rabbinical College (Wyncote, Pa.).
  • Society for the Advancement of Judaism (New York, N.Y.).
  • Temple Ansche Chesed (New York, N.Y.).
Form/Genre(s)
  • Audiovisual materials
  • Photographs
  • Prayer books
  • Printed ephemera
  • School records
  • Sermons
  • Writings (documents)
Personal Name(s)
  • Strassfeld, Michael
Subject(s)
  • Communities--Religious aspects--Judaism
  • Counterculture--United States--History--20th century
  • Jews--Music
  • Jews--Social life and customs
  • Jews--United States--History--20th century
  • Judaism--Study and teaching
  • Reconstructionist Judaism--United States
  • Religion
  • Synagogues--United States--Organization and administration

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Collection Inventory

Series I. Education.

A. Chumash (high school), 1960s.

Box
1
Folder
1-2

B. Brandeis University.

Box Folder

The Book of Amos exam, undated.

1 3

Brandeis papers, 1972, undated.

1 4

Brandeis papers, undated.

1 5

Doctoral examination bibliography, undated.

1 6

Franco-German Jewry in the Middle Ages, doctoral exam, 1974.

1 7

Jewish Studies booklet, undated.

1 8

Letters of Mendelssohn, undated.

1 9

Liturgy class notebook, undated.

1 10

Liturgy doctoral exam, undated.

1 11

Maimonidean controversy paper, undated.

1 12

Messianism, 1974.

1 13

Notebook for History of the Biblical Text, 1969-1970.

1 14

Notebook for Psalms, 1969-1970.

1 15

Notebook for Studies in the Biblical Cult, 1970-1971.

1 16

Notebook for the Categories of Spiritual Life, 1968-1970.

1 17

Notebook on various subjects, 1973, undated.

1 18

Notes on the Holocaust, undated.

1 19

Paper on Rabbi Meir of Rothenburg, 1971.

1 20

Paper on the History of Jewish Education in Spain, undated.

1 21

Psalm 19, 1969-1970, undated.

1 22

Syllabi for Near Eastern and Jewish Studies courses, 1968-1973, undated.

1 23

Theory of History, 1975.

1 24

Various Brandeis materials, 1968-1979, undated.

1 25

Various notes for Brandeis papers, undated.

1 26

Various research papers, 1970, undated.

1 27

C. Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.

Box Folder

Application essay and acceptance letter, 1989.

1 28

Bible (Tikva Frymer-Kensky), 1990.

1 29

College Report letter, 1992.

1 30

Contemporary Jewish thought (Nancy Fuchs-Keimer), 1990.

1 31

Courses and credits, 1989-1991, undated.

1 32

Genesis (Tikva Frymer-Kensky), undated.

1 33

Graduation, 1991.

1 34

Modern Jewish thought (David Teutsch), 1990.

1 35

Purim, past and future, undated.

1 36

Reconstructionism II (David Teutsch), 1990.

1 37

Seminar in Modern Jewish history II (Shulamit Magnus), 1991.

1 38

Unidentified binder of readings, undated.

2 1

Unidentified binder of readings, undated.

2 2

Unidentified readings, notes, writings, undated.

2 3

D. Institute for Jewish Spirituality.

Box Folder

Meditva, Los Angeles, 1997 Fall.

2 4

Ansche Chesed, Jewish Spirituality Center, 1998-1999, undated.

2 5

Ansche Chesed, The Awakened Heart retreat, 1999.

2 6

Retreat, 1998-2001.

2 7

Retreat, Makom Meditation Center at Jewish Community Center, 1999.

2 8

Retreat, 2000.

2 9-10

Retreat notes, 2000.

2 11

Retreat readings, 2000.

2 12

Best practices retreat, 2000.

2 13

The Spirituality Institute: Urban Retreat Program, 2000.

2 14

Spirituality Institute, 2000.

2 15

Institute for Jewish Spirituality and Mindfulness Institute membership lists, 2000, undated.

2 16

The Spirituality Institute: Rabbinic Program, 2000-2001.

2 17

The Spirituality Institute: Rabbinic Program, 2001.

2 18

Retreat, 2001.

2 19-20

Strategic planning, 2001.

2 21

First retreat notes, 2002.

2 22

Retreat, 2002-2003.

2 23

Retreat, 2003.

2 24

Retreat readings, 2003.

2 25

Institute of Jewish Spirituality, 2004.

2 26

Retreat, 2005.

3 1

Retreat 3, 2005.

3 2

Educators retreat, 2005.

3 3

Prayer as spiritual practices, 2005.

3 4

Alumni survey, 2005.

3 5

Pointers on Learning Hasidut by Krassen, 2005.

3 6

Retreat, 2006.

3 7-8

Retreat e-mail list, 2006-2007.

3 9

Retreat, 2007.

3 10-11

Hevraya discussion, 2007 October.

3 12

Mei Hashiloach readings, 2008.

3 13-14

Retreat, 2009.

3 15

Readings, interim, 2011.

3 16

January retreat, 2011.

3 17

Prayer retreat, 2012.

3 18

Prayer as practice, 2012.

3 19

Prayer leadership retreat, 2013.

3 20

Retreat, Yom Iyyum, 2013.

3 21

Prayer retreat, 2014.

3 22

Hevraya exchange, 2014.

3 23

Rabbi retreat, undated.

3 24

Rabbinic Leadership Program, undated.

3 25

Young reconstructionists, undated.

3 26

Dharma and Torah, undated.

3 27

Musar, undated.

3 28

E. Shalom Hartman Institute.

Box Folder

Rabbi's study seminar, 1994.

3 29-30

Jerusalem retreat: Building Jewish Foundations, 1999.

3 31

Foundations for a Thoughtful Jewish Life: Understanding Jewish Ethics, 2000.

3 32

Standing Before God: Mitzvah and Holachah, 2006.

3 33

Foundations of Community, chapters 1-3, 10, 12, undated.

3 34

Foundations of the Ethical, chapters 1-3, 5, undated.

4 1

Foundations of the Ethical, chapters 9-11, undated.

4 2

F. Other Study Courses.

Box Folder

ALEPH Kallah 6, 1995.

4 3

ALEPH Kallah 7, 1997.

4 4

Course in Musar, I, 2003-2004.

4 5-6

Eretz Israel: In the Eyes of Her Beholders, 2003.

4 7

Hebrew College Me'ah: Medieval readings, 2005.

4 8-9

Jerusalem retreat: The Individual and the Collective, Talmudic and Maimonidean texts, 2001.

4 10

Joint summer program: The Land of Israel - From Myth to Relaity, 2003.

4 11

Kosher and Halal food regulations course, 2002.

4 12

Mysticism seminar, undated.

4 13

Rabbinical Assembly: Homiletics, undated.

4 14

Readings on reconstructionism, undated.

4 15-16

Spiritual leadership class (Shefa Gold), undated.

4 17

The Turning of the Secular Year, meditation retreat, 1997-1998.

4 18

The World of the High Holy Days, undated.

4 19

Series II. Jewish counterculture and later progressive movements.

A. Subject files.

Box Folder

Agus, Robert, correspondence, undated.

5 1

Aliya in Jewish law, undated.

5 2

Amital, Yehuda, at Jewish Community Center, 1996.

5 3

Am Chai, Chicago, 1979.

5 4

Analysis, Institute for Jewish Policy Planning and Research of the Synagogue Council of America, 1976, 1980.

5 5

Anti-Viet Nam War at Yeshiva College, 1968.

5 6

"Aquarian Minyan: Shabbat Morning Service for the Bar Mitzvah of Elishama Hesed Goldfarb", 1994.

5 7

Bad Boy, Bar Mitzvah, 1970.

5 8

Beit Havurah, undated.

5 9

Bible commentary, 1979-1980, undated.

5 10

"Blessings of Leadership: Honoring Rabbi David A. Teutsch", 2002.

5 11

Bnei Akiva, 1965.

5 12

B'nai Or Religious Fellowship, 1980-1998, undated.

5 13

B'nai Or Siddur project, 1986.

5 14

Boston Bet Din, 1968-1974.

5 15

Breira, 1977-1978.

5 16

Carlebach, Shlomo, 1995, 1998.

5 17

Chutzpah, 1972.

5 18

Coalition for Alternatives in Jewish Education, 1977-1978.

5 19

Cohen and Schor, "Gender Variation in the Careers of Conservative Rabbis", 2004.

5 20

Cohen, Steven, survey on gays, lesbians and the conservative movement, and other materials on homosexuality, 2006-2007.

5 21

Combined Jewish Philanthropies, The Jewish Advocate, 1969.

5 22

Concerned Jewish Students / Combined Jewish Philanthropies, 1969-1977, undated.

5 23

Conservative Judaism, 2007-2008, 2014.

5 24

Consultation on the Environment and Jewish Life, 1992.

5 25

Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Fund letter, 1975.

5 26

Cowan, Paul, tribute, 1988.

5 27

Davka magazine, Spring 1974.

5 28

Denver conversion experiment, 1983.

5 29

Dorff, Elliot, on homosexuality, 1992.

5 30

Dorff, Elliot, et al., on homosexuality, 2006.

5 31

Eco-Kosher, 1990-1993, undated.

5 32

"An Egalitarian Hagadah," by Aviva Cantor, 1982.

5 33

Ezrat Nashim, undated.

5 34

Fabrangen: A Jewish Communical Experience, thesis by Miriam Feinberg, 1978.

5 35

Fabrangen newsletters, etc., 1973-1976.

5 36

Feminism, 1974-1989, undated.

5 37

Feminism, 1984, undated.

5 38

Feminism, 1985-1990, undated.

5 39

Feminism / Drorah Setel, 1985, undated.

5 40

Four Worlds Journal, 1984-1985.

5 41

Gendler, Everett, 1976, 1990, undated.

5 42

Genesis 2, 1970-1980.

5 43

Guide to Jewish Student Groups, 1971.

5 44

Halacha havurah / Bet dia, 1976.

5 45

Halacha newsletter, 1993.

5 46

Hasidic Jews confornt hippies (Chabad), New York Times, 1968.

5 47

Havurah list, 1973.

5 48

Hersel, Matt, "Why and How to Keep Kosher", undated.

5 49

Heschel, Abraham J., 1970-1982.

5 50

Hillel at Brandeis University, programming, 1969-1975, undated.

5 51

Hillel Free University (Brandeis, Rutgers, and Boston Universities), 1971-1974.

5 52

"Homosexuality and Judaism: A Reconstructionist Workshop Series", 1992.

5 53

Huges, H. Stuart, campaign, undated.

5 54

Imahot Nusach process, undated.

6 1

Institute for Jewish Life, 1972-1975, undated.

6 2

Institute for Jewish Life, undated.

6 3

Jewish Community Center, groundbreaking, 1999.

6 4

Jewish Liberation Journal, 1969-1970.

6 5

Jewish Liberation Journal, 1970-1972.

6 6

Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance / Women's Tefillah Network, 1997, 2001-2002.

6 7

Jewish Peace Fellowship, Trees for Vietnam, 1971.

6 8

The Jewish Radical, 1969, 1971.

6 9

Jewish Spectator, 1973.

6 10

Jewish Student Projects, Greater Boston, 1970-1973, undated.

6 11

Jewish women, 1974-1979, undated.

6 12

Jews for Urban Justice, 1966-1971.

6 13

Jungreis, Esther, 1973.

6 14

Kamenetz, Rodger, "Has the Jewish Renewal Movement Made It Into the Mainstream?" in Moment: The Jewish Magazine for the '90s, 1994.

6 15

Kesher, 1974-1988.

6 16

Law Committee, the Rabbinical Assembly, 1975-2004. undated.

6 17

Letters from "famous" people, 1971-1991.

6 18

Lilith: A Quarterly Magazine (premiere issue), 1976.

6 19

Lishma, undated.

6 20

Maurice Gordon Bar Mitzvah protest, 1969.

6 21

McGovern campaign, 1970-1972.

6 22

Meir Kahane, 1970-1971, undated.

6 23

Menorah: Sparks of Jewish Renewal, 1980-1984.

6 24

Minyan mailing lists [Restricted], undated.

6 25

Miriam Sang to Them, Project KESER's Second Global Women's Pre-Passover Seder, 1996.

6 26

Mishkan-a (Lynne Gottlieb), undated.

6 27

Mishkan Shalom Statement of Principles, 1989.

6 28

National Conference of Synagogue Youth, Mitzvos, 1966.

6 29

National Conference of Synagogue Youth, New England region, 1966-1971.

6 30

Network: A Monthly Forum of the Jewish Student Movement, 1974-1975.

6 31

New Jewish Agenda, 1980.

6 32

New Jewish Agenda, "New Jewish Rituals" book, undated.

6 33

New Jewish Times: A Journal of Planetary Renewal, 1983.

6 34

New Menorah: The B'nai Or Journal of Jewish Renewal, 1985-1996.

6 35

North American Jewish Students' Network, 1975-1978, undated.

6 36

Not the Jewish Press, parody, 1982.

6 37

Olympics proposal protest, undated.

6 38

Palmer, Parker, 1990, undated.

6 39

Pardes, 1972.

6 40

Passover Hagaddah Project, undated.

6 41

Proposal for Pavsha Newsletter, 1979.

6 42

Pumbedissa, 1993-1997.

6 43

Rabbinical Assembly CJLS position paper on homosexuality, 1992, 2007, undated.

6 44

Radical Haggadot, 1973, 1975, undated.

6 45

Radius Institute, 1985.

6 46

Reform texts on homosexuality, 1987-1992, undated.

6 47

Richman, Elizabeth, and Stephanie Ruskay, "A Rabbinic Approach to Economic Justice", 2007.

6 48

Riemer, Jack, "They Called Him Comfort", undated.

6 49

Research Centre of Kabbalah, 1976, 2004.

6 50

Rosenberg, M. Jay, "The Press of Freedom: To Uncle Tom and Other Such Jews," Village Voice, 1969.

6 51

Roth, Joel, on homosexuality, 1991, 2005.

6 52

S3K Report, 2006-2009.

6 53

Schachter, Zalman, writings, undated.

6 54

Schachter, Zalman, writings, undated.

7 1-2

Shalom Center Report, 1990-1992, undated.

7 3

Shamrei Adamah (Environment), 1990-1992, undated.

7 4

Soloveitchik, Haym, 1994-1999, undated.

7 5
Drawer Folder

"Soviet anti-semitic propoganda-1970 style" [with cartoon caricatures], poster pubished by American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews, 1970.

108
Box Folder

Student events, 1971-1972.

7 6

Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, 1966, undated.

7 7

Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, 1969-1971, undated.

7 8

Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, 1970-1971, undated.

7 9

Tzedakah collectives, 1975-1977, undated.

7 10

Tzedakah collectives: Jewish photography contest, 1976.

7 11

Tzedakah collectives, and New Israel Fund, 1975-1981, undated.

7 12

Various conservative movement papers on homosexuality, 1991-2007, undated.

7 13
Drawer Folder

"Vietnam moratorium, October 15, gather 1 p.m., Cambridge Common for march to Boston Common rally, 3:30 p.m.", poster, 1969.

108
Box Folder

Waskow, Arthur, 1976, 2004-2005, undated.

7 14

Weiss's Farm heavies / Bet din, undated.

7 15

Weiss's Farm retreat / New York Havurah, 1974-1976.

7 16

Weiss's Farm, post meeting notes, 1975.

7 17

Weiss's Farm retreat, 1975.

7 18

Weiss's Farm retreat, 1977.

7 19

Weiss's Farm, seperate seating, 1975.

7 20

Wermen-Kelman, Levi, "Letter from a Zionist Friend", 1968.

7 21

Why I am not a conservative Jew (response to position papers on homosexuality), undated.

7 22

"A Woman's Passover Haggadah," by E.M. Broner, 1977.

7 23

World Conference on Soviet Jewry, 1971.

7 24

Yom Tov Shemi position paper, undated.

7 25

B. Havurat Shalom.

Box Folder

Gemeinschaftsleben als Konstrucktionsproblem, dissertation about Havurat Shalom, by Yizhak Ahren, 1976.

7 26

"The Greening of American Jewry," by Bill Novak, 1971.

7 27

Havurah, 1969-1974.

7 28

Havurah, 1971-1974, undated.

7 29

"The Havurah as Context for Adult Jewish Learning," by Joseph Riemer, 1989.

7 30

Havurah proposals, 1970.

7 31

Havurat Shalom, 1972-1978, undated.

7 32

Havurat Shalom, undated.

7 33

Havurat Shalom, 25th reunion, 1993.

7 34

Havurat Shalom, 40th reunion, 2008.

7 35

Havurat Shalom, 45th reunion, 2013.

8 1

"Havurat Shalom: A Visitor's Impression," by Ben Yonah, 1975.

8 2

"Havurat Shalom: An Appreciation at 10," by Joel Rosenberg, 1978.

8 3

Havurat Shalom Community Seminary prospectus, 1969-1974.

8 4

Havurat Shalom, High Holidays, undated.

8 5

Havurat Shalom reunion, 1995.

8 6

Havurat Shalom Siddur, 1985.

8 7

Kavesh, Bill, Tasting food services, undated.

8 8

Kashrut exam, Nehemiah food seminar, undated.

8 9

Kotzker song, undated.

8 10

Letter from Arthur Green to Shlomo Riskin, 1969.

8 11

"Meanings, Morals and Mysteries: Literary Appraisals to Torah," by Joel Rosenberg, undated.

8 12

Seder tifillah (prayerbook for Havurat Shalom), undated.

8 13

Untitled collection of poetry, typed, undated.

8 14

Y'did Nefesh, translated by Zalman Schachter, undated.

8 15

C. National Havurah Committee.

Box Folder

About Havurah articles, 1982.

8 16

Havurah, 1980-1981, undated.

8 17

Havurah [newsletter], 1980-1995.

8 18

Havurah Bible project, 1983-1987, undated.

8 19

Havurah Conference, 1978-1979, undated.

8 20

Havurah Conference, 1979.

8 21

Havurah Conference, 1979-1980, undated.

8 22

Havurah Conference, 1980.

8 23

Havurah Conference, participants lists, 1979-1996, undated.

8 24

Havurah Conference, program booklets, 1979-1997.

8 25

Havurah movement articles, 1973-1984.

8 26

National conference planning, 1977-1979, undated.

8 27

National Havurah Committee, 1974-1990, undated.

8 28-29

National Havurah Committee, 1988-1999, undated.

8 30

National Havurah Committee, 1992-1993.

8 31

National Havurah Committee, feminist issues, undated.

8 32

National Havurah Committee, mailing, 1980.

8 33

National Havurah Committee, minutes, evaluation, 1980-1982, undated.

8 34

National Havurah Committee, minutes, 1981-1982.

8 35

National Havurah Committee, theology event, 1985.

8 36

Notes on "Prayer and Community," by Prell, undated.

8 37

Organizational Ambivalence - The National Havurah Committee, by Waxman, 1999.

9 1

Pre-Summer Institute, 1980, undated.

9 2

Summer Institute, 1974-1980, undated.

9 3

Summer Institute, 1980.

9 4-5

Summer Institute, 1981.

9 6-8

Summer Institute, 1982.

9 9-10

Summer Institute, 1983.

9 11

Summer Institute, 1984.

9 12

Summer Institute, 1985.

9 13

Summer Institute, 1986.

9 14-15

Summer Institute, 1990.

9 16

Summer Institute, 1991.

9 17

Summer Institute, 1992.

9 18

Summer Institute, 1993.

9 19

Summer Institute, 1994.

9 20

Summer Institute, 1996.

9 21

Summer Institute, Home and homelessness in Jewish sources class, 1996.

9 22

Summer Institute, Circumcision class, 1996.

9 23

Summer Institute, 1997.

9 24

Summer Institute, Schachter class, undated.

9 25

Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Havurah survey, 1979.

9 26

Series III. Synagogues.

Conditions Governing Access note

A small number of files in this series are restricted due to clergy-congregant privilege: Box 9, Folder 34; Box 9, Folder 38; Box 9, Folder 39; Box 11, Folder 26; Box 12, Folder 53. Researchers interested in viewing restricted files in this collection should email the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rarebooks, and Manuscripts for permission.

A. Ansche Chesed.

Box Folder

Abraham Joshua Heschel School, 1983-1987, undated.

9 27

Abraham Joshua Heschel School letter, 1995.

9 28

Ansche Chesed: 160 Years journal, 1989.

9 29

Ansche Chesed brochures, 1995-2002, undated.

9 30

Ansche Chesed bulletin columns, 1991-1999.

9 31

Avi Chai conference, 1994.

9 32

Chapel dedication, 1992.

9 33

Chapel Minyan [RESTRICTED], 1993-2000, undated.

9 34

Chapel Minyan planning committee, 1996-1997.

9 35

Derek Reut, 1976-1978, undated.

9 36

Derek Reut / Minyan, 1977-1985, undated.

9 37

Emails answered [RESTRICTED], 1999.

9 38

Emails to do [RESTRICTED], 1999.

9 39

Farewell address, 2001.

9 40

The future of Ansche Chesed, 1986-1993, undated.

9 41

Good ideas, 1995-1996.

9 42

Good ideas, future projects, computer flyers, 1986-1992, undated.

9 43

Good ideas, government, neighborhood, 1987-1989.

9 44

Grant, public relations, 1995-1997, undated.

9 45

Guide to the West Side, 1984, 1989, undated.

9 46

Halacha, 1976-1992, undated.

10 1

Hevrot proposal, 1985-1987.

10 2

Interesting articles, 1994, undated.

10 3

Jewish Family Service award, 1982.

10 4

Learning guides, 1991-1993.

10 5

Lishmah adult education project, undated.

10 6

McKinsey, 2000.

10 7

Minyan M'at, 1994-2001, undated.

10 8

Minyan M'at, 2000.

10 9

Minyan M'at membership lists, 1987-1991.

10 10

Minyan M'at / Morningside Montessori, 1987-2004, undated.

10 11

Minyanim, 1985-1998, undated.

10 12

Minyanim, Bereah, Re'ut, 1975-1989, undated.

10 13

Miscellaneous material (notes and articles), undated.

10 14

Miscellaneous materials related to Ansche Chesed, 1981-1996, undated.

10 15

Mowshowitz Prize, 1999-2000.

10 16

New Minyan proposal, 1998.

10 17

New Minyan proposal drafts, undated.

10 18

New York Havurah, 1975.

10 19

Passover, 1974-1996.

10 20

Pitzele, Peter, artist in residence, 1997.

10 21

Proposed projects never realized, undated.

10 22

Rabbi, contract, 1988-1994.

10 23

Rabbi, ideas, 1991, undated.

10 24

Rabbi, public relations, 1984-2001.

10 25

Sanctuary Minyan, 1998-2000.

10 26

Scripture Windows: Toward a Practice of Bibliodrama, by Peter Pitzele, 1997.

10 27

Sermons by others, 1992-1993, undated.

10 28

Shabbat transliteration, 1997.

10 29

Special, 1983, undated.

10 30

Strassfeld, Michael, at Ansche Chesed, 1983-1984.

10 31

Westside Minyan, 1975-1985, undated.

10 32

Westside Minyan membership lists, 1985-1996.

10 33

B. Society for the Advancement of Judaism.

Box Folder

Adult Bar/t mitzvah, 2006.

10 34

Adult B'nai mitzvah, 2003-2008.

10 35

Adult B'nai mitzvah, texts, 2007-2008.

10 36

Bogrim Family D'var Torah, 2003-2007.

10 37

Bogrim program, new, 2006.

10 38

B'nai mitzvah experience (BME), 2006-2011.

10 39

Cantata revised at Society for the Advancement of Judaism, undated.

10 40

Congregant correspondence [RESTRICTED], 2011.

12 53

Connections programs, originals, 2008-2009.

10 41

Denominations, 2010.

10 42

Emerging scholars, 2001.

10 43

Environment, 2006-2007.

10 44

Environmental, 2014.

10 45

Environmental halacha, 2007.

10 46

Environmental issues, 2014.

11 1

Ethical Dilemmas in the Renewed State of Israel, 2004.

11 2

Family prayerbook for Shabbat, undated.

11 3

Flyers and brochures, 2001-2002, undated.

11 4

Flyers and brochures, 2001-2003, undated.

11 5

Future, 2005-2006.

11 6

Goldberg and sons, "The Will", undated.

11 7

Game, 1985-1986.

11 8

Hebrew school, undated.

11 9

Hebrew school yearbook, 2001-2002.

11 10

Hesed day, 2008.

11 11

Hesed network, 1987-1992, undated.

11 12

High Holiday student prayerbook, undated.

11 13

Hirsh, Richard, 2006-2007.

11 14

iEngage course, 2013.

11 15

Inclusivity, 2002-2007.

11 16

Israel, poetry, undated.

11 17

Israel trip, 2008.

11 18

Israel trip, undated.

11 19

Issues, this year, 2006-2008.

11 20

Jewish Journey project, 2011.

11 21

Kashrut, undated.

11 22

Ketubah, undated.

11 23

Latke and hamantaschen, 2010-2012.

11 24

Leadership development, 2003-2006.

11 25

Letter from congregants [RESTRICTED], 2003.

11 26

Lifnei lomeid, undated.

11 27

Lying, parenting session, 2013.

11 28

Magic-Synaplex, 2005.

11 29

Man and His Needs webcast, 1995.

11 30

Mattisyahu lyrics, 2005.

11 31

Matzah, undated.

11 32

Ma'yan omer, 2005.

11 33

Me'ah, 2004.

11 34

Membership, 2002-2006.

11 35

Minyan manners, undated.

11 36

Moldovan, Alfred, undated.

11 37

Mural article, 2009.

11 38

Mysticism, 1995, undated.

11 39

Ninetieth anniversary, 2011.

11 40

Oral history, 1995-2001.

11 41

Outreach, Jewish Outreach Institute at Society for the Advancement of Judaism, 2009.

11 42

Paper cutouts for Hebrew school, undated.

11 43

Parent discussions, 2009-2010.

11 44

Parenting, Chanukah honoring, undated.

11 45

Passover, song session, Friday night before, 2003.

11 46

Passover / Hametz drive, 1977-2015.

11 47

PJ Library programs, undated.

11 48

Program, 1996-2001.

11 49

Program, 2005.

11 50

Program, 2007-2010.

11 51

Program, 2010-2011.

11 52

Program flyers, 2001-2014.

11 53-54

Program ideas, undated.

11 55

Public relations, 2001.

11 56

Purim, 1984-2001.

11 57

Purim, 1998-2003.

11 58

Purim, 2001-2008.

11 59

Purim, 2011-2013.

11 60

Purim and Torah jokes, 1997-2000.

11 61

Reconstructionism, undated.

11 62

Reconstructionist divorce, 2004.

11 63

Reconstructionist learning day, 2015.

11 64

Retreat, 2003.

11 65

Retreat, 2005.

11 66

Retreat, 2012.

11 67

Retreat, 2014.

11 68

Reznikoff, Charles, undated.

12 1

Ripps, David, 2003-2004.

12 2

Ritual committee, 2007.

12 3

Ritual committee, speech on services, 2006-2012.

12 4

Society for the Advancement of Judaism, starting at, 2000-2001.

12 5

Society for the Advancement of Judaism bulletin, 2001-2004.

12 6

Society for the Advancement of Judaism e-bulletin, 2003.

12 7

Society for the Advancement of Judaism history, 2001-2002.

12 8

Society for the Advancement of Judaism history, scavenger hunt, 2002.

12 9

Sadness, anger, illness, 2005-2006.

12 10

Self-learning, undated.

12 11

Shabbat.

12 12

Shabbat Parashat, Genesis handouts, part 1, 2006-2014.

12 13

Shabbat Parashat, Genesis handouts, part 2, 2009-2014.

12 14

Shabbat Parashat, Leviticus handouts, 2011-2015.

12 15

Shabbat Parashot, Numbers/Deuteronomy handouts, 2011-2014.

12 16

Shabbat Parashat, Eco-kosher / $ handouts, 2006-2015.

12 17

Shabbat neighborhood, 2006-2007.

12 18

Shavuot, 2003.

12 19

Shavuot, 2011.

12 20

Shavuot, First fruits, 2003-2004.

12 21

Shavuot, Matan Torah, Triennial cycle, undated.

12 22

Shavuot, teaching, how did you get Torah, 1995.

12 23

Shavuot tikkun, undated.

12 24

Shmita, undated.

12 25

Simhat Torah, etc., undated.

12 26

Simhat Torah Sukkot, 1989-2012.

12 27

Slonimsky, Henry, undated.

12 28

Social justice, 2003-2007.

12 29

Spirituality resources, undated.

12 30

Strassfeld, Michael, 2002-2015.

12 31

Strassfeld, Michael, resume, undated.

12 32

Suicide, undated.

12 33

Sukkot, 2002-2009.

12 34

Synagogue initiative, Reinvisioning the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, 2010-2011.

12 35

Synagogue transformation, 1999-2000.

12 36

Synagogues Reimagined, Tom Brady session at Rabbinical Assembly, 2005.

12 37

Synaplex marketing, 2004.

12 38

Thanksgiving prayers, undated.

12 39

Tisha Be-av, 1984-2002.

12 40

Transgender, 2008.

12 41

Transliteration project, undated.

12 42

Triennial cycle, 1988.

12 43

Tu Bishevat seder, 1995-2004.

12 44

Tu Bishevat seders, 1989-1995.

12 45

Ukraine trip, 2004.

12 46

Ukraine trip, pre-departure information, 2004.

12 47

United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, expulsion of Society for the Advancement of Judaism, 2009.

12 48

Unveilings, 1998-2001.

12 49

Video courses, 1987.

12 50

Vision (Michael Davidson), 2007.

12 51

War and peace, undated.

12 52

Yom ha-shoah service, undated.

12 54

Zalman / National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, 2000-2001.

12 55

Series IV. Observances.

A. Parashat Hashavua (Weekly Torah Portions), Special Shabbatot, and Holidays.

Box Folder

Aharei Mot, 1999, 2008.

12 56

Aharei Mot, 2005-1022, undated.

12 57

Beha'alotecha, 1995.

12 58

Beha'alotecha, 2002-2011, undated.

12 59

Behar Behokotai, 2002-2011, undated.

12 60

Bemidbar, 2002-2011, undated.

12 61

Bemidbar (Eldad and Medad), undated.

12 62

Bereshit, 2001-2008, undated.

12 63

Bo, 2002-2009, undated.

12 64

Chukkot, 2004-2012, undated.

13 1

Devarim, 2007-2009, undated.

13 2

Ekev, 2005-2012, undated.

13 3

Emor, 2002-2012, undated.

13 4

Ha'azinu, 2002-2013, undated.

13 5

Ha'azinu, 2014.

13 6

Hanukkah (and Joseph), 1993.

13 7

Hayye Sarah, 2001-2010, undated.

13 8

Kedoshim, 2002-2011, undated.

13 9

Ki Tavo, 2003-2014, undated.

13 10

Ki Tissa, 2000-2011, undated.

13 11

Ki Teitzei, 2003-2014, undated.

13 12

Lech Lecha, 1994.

13 13

Lech Lecha, 2001-2007, undated.

13 14

Lech Lecha, 2006.

13 15

Mattot-Masei, 2002, 2009.

13 16

Metzorah/Hagadol, 2003, 2008.

13 17

Miketz, 1997.

13 18

Miketz, 2001-2007, undated.

13 19

Miketz, 2010.

13 20

Mishpatim, 2001-2009, undated.

13 21

Naso, 2003-2011, undated.

13 22

Nitzavim, 2002-2014, undated.

13 23

Noah, 1997-2008, undated.

13 24

Noah, 2001-2008, undated.

13 25

Noah, 2003.

13 26

Pekudei, 1997.

13 27

Pekudei, 2005-2011, undated.

13 28

Pesach, 2002-2011, undated.

13 29

Pesach, 2007-2015, undated.

13 30

Pesach, 2013-2015.

13 31

Pinchas, 2002-2009.

13 32

Re'eh, 2001-2013, undated.

13 33

Shabat Hanukkah, undated.

13 34

Shavuot, 1998, 2005-2006.

13 35

Shavuot, 2002-2013, undated.

13 36

Shavuot, 2012-2013, undated.

13 37

Shelach Lecha, 2002-2009, undated.

13 38

Shemini, 2002-2008, undated.

13 39

Shemot, 2002-2010, undated.

13 40

Shoftim, 2000.

13 41

Shoftim, 2001-2014, undated.

13 42

Shoftim, undated.

13 43

Shuvah, undated.

13 44

Sukkot, 1996.

13 45

Tazria/Metzora, 2002-2011, undated.

13 46

Tazria, undated.

13 47

Toledot, 2001-2007, undated.

13 48

Tzav, 2000-2011, undated.

13 49

Vaeira, 2000-2011, undated.

13 50

Vaetchanan, 2005-2011, undated.

13 51

Va-Yakhel, 2000-2007, undated.

13 52

Va-Yera, 1997.

13 53

Va-Yera, 1998.

13 54

Va-Yera, 2001-2006, undated.

13 55

Va-Yera, 2004-2008, undated.

13 56

Vayeshev, 2001-2009, undated.

13 57

Vayeshev, 2006.

13 58

Vayetze, 2001-2008, undated.

13 59

Va-Yikra (Toronto), 1991.

13 60

Va-Yikra (Baltimore), 1999.

13 61

Va-Yikra, 2001-2009, undated.

13 62

Vayishlach, 1995, 2003, undated.

13 63

Vayishlach, 2001-2010, undated.

13 64

B. High Holidays services.

Box Folder

Rosh Hashanah, 1988.

13 65

High Holidays, 1989.

13 66

High Holidays, 1990.

13 67

Rosh Hashanah sermon, 1990.

13 68

Rosh Hashanah, 1991.

13 69-70

Kol Nidre (Rabbi vision), 1991.

13 71

Rosh Hashanah, 1992.

13 72

High Holidays sermons, 1992-2002, undated.

13 73

Rosh Hashanah (Hassidic Teshuvah), 1993.

13 74

Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre) (critique of Hassidic vision), 1993.

13 75

Yom Kuppur, 1993.

13 76

Rosh Hashanah, 1994.

13 77

Rosh Hashanah (d'var Torah: Command Change), 1994.

13 78

Yom Kippur (d'var Torah: Vision of Ansche Chesed), 1994.

13 79

Rosh Hashanah speech (Learning), 1995.

13 80

Kol Nidre (Words: America, Israel), 1995.

13 81

Rosh Hashanah (d'var Torah: My Theology), 1996.

13 82

Yom Kippur (d'var Torah: Spirituality), 1996.

13 83

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 1997.

13 84

Yom Kippur (d'var Torah: How do we measure the year?), 1997.

14 1

Rosh Hashanah (d'var Torah: Messianism), 1998.

14 2

Yom Kippur, 1998.

14 3

Yom Kippur (Zidonot - Shegagot / Forgiveness), 1998.

14 4

High Holidays (speech not given), 1999.

14 5

Rosh Hashanah (My vision for a new Judaism), 1999.

14 6

Yom Kippur (Suffering), 1999.

14 7

Rosh Hashanah, 2000.

14 8

Yom Kippur (dvar Torah), 2000.

14 9

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, 2001.

14 10

Rosh Hashanah, 2001.

14 11

Elul (Preparing for High Holidays, Friday night in August), 2002.

14 12

Rosh Hashanah, 2002.

14 13

Rosh Hashanah, first day ("Plan B"); second day prayer, 2002.

14 14

Yom Kippur, 2002.

14 15-16

Kol Nidre (Israel), 2002.

14 17

High Holidays (Jewtocracy, Akedah, The meaning of it all), 2003.

14 18

Rosh Hashanah, 2003.

14 19

Rosh Hashanah (Jewtocracy), 2003.

14 20

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur readings (master copy), 2003.

14 21

Yom Kippur, 2003.

14 22

Yom Kippur (God / holiness), 2003.

14 23

High Holidays, 2004.

14 24-25

Rosh Hashanah, 2004.

14 26

Yom Kippur, 2004.

14 27

High Holidays booklets, 2004-2014.

14 28

High Holidays, 2005.

14 29

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 2005.

14 30

Rosh Hashanah, first night (ma'ariv), 2005.

14 31

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2005.

14 32

Yom Kippur, 2005.

14 33

High Holidays, 2006.

14 34-35

High Holidays (Family Service), 2006.

14 36

High Holidays, general, 2006.

14 37

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 2006.

14 38

Rosh Hashanah (ma'ariv), 2006.

14 39

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2006.

14 40-41

Yom Yippur, 2006.

14 42

High Holidays, 2007.

14 43

Rosh Hashanah (Religion), 2007.

14 44

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 2007.

14 45

Rosh Hashanah, first night (ma'ariv), 2007.

14 46

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2007.

14 47-48

Yom Kippur, 2007.

14 49

Kol Nidre, 2007.

14 50

High Holidays, 2008.

14 51-52

Rosh Hashanah, 2008.

14 53

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 2008.

14 54-55

Rosh Hashanah (ma'ariv), 2008.

14 56

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2008.

14 57

Yom Kippur, 2008.

14 58

Kol Nidre (Prayer, Intermarriage, Max), 2008.

14 59

Kol Nidre (Talk for family service), 2008.

14 60

Selichot, 2009-2013.

14 61

High Holidays, 2009.

14 62

Rosh Hashanah, 2009.

14 63

Rosh Hashanah, first day and ma'ariv, 2009.

14 64

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2009.

14 65

Yom Kippur, 2009.

14 66

Yom Kippur (Prayer), 2009.

14 67

Yom Kippur (Prayer, family service version), 2009.

14 68

Kol Nidre, 2009.

14 69

Readings and announcements, 2009.

14 70

Additional readings, 2009.

14 71

Rejected readings, 2009.

14 72

Rosh Hashanah (Rethinking Synagogue), 2010.

14 73

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 2010.

14 74

Rosh Hashanah (ma'ariv) (Who is a Jew - Chelmsford), 2010.

14 75

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2010.

14 76

Yom Kippur, 2010.

14 77

Kol Nidre, 2010.

14 78

High Holidays, 2011.

14 79-80

High Holidays, Psalm booklet, 2011.

14 81

Rosh Hashanah (90th anniversary), 2011.

14 82

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 2011.

14 83

Rosh Hashanah (ma'ariv), 2011.

14 84

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2011.

14 85

Yom Kippur, 2011.

14 86

Yom Kippur (Family service: Gratitude), 2011.

14 87

Kol Nidre (Gratitude), 2011.

14 88

High Holidays, 2012.

14 89

Rosh Hashanah (Fiddler on the Roof, and Jewish future), 2012.

14 90

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 2012.

14 91

Rosh Hashanah (ma'ariv), 2012.

14 92

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2012.

15 1

Yom Kippur, 2012.

15 2

Yom Kippur (Family service), 2012.

15 3

Kol Nidre, 2012.

15 4

Neilha / Minha, 2012.

15 5

High Holidays, general, 2013.

15 6

Rosh Hashanah (Community), 2013.

15 7

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 2013.

15 8

Rosh Hashanah (ma'ariv), 2013.

15 9

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2013.

15 10

Yom Kippur, 2013.

15 11

Kol Nidre, 2013.

15 12

Family service, 2013.

15 13

High Holidays, 2013-2014.

15 14

High Holidays, 2014.

15 15-16

Rosh Hashanah (Black and white fire), 2014.

15 17

Rosh Hashanah, first day, 2014.

15 18

Rosh Hashanah, first night, 2014.

15 19

Rosh Hashanah, second day, 2014.

15 20

Yom Kippur, 2014.

15 21

Kol Nidre (Change), 2014.

15 22

Do over, undated.

15 23

The Eternal Light radio scripts, undated.

15 24

General readings ("look at next year"), undated.

15 25

Hanna and Sam, undated.

15 26

High Holidays, undated.

15 27-28

High Holidays (Family service), undated.

15 29

High Holidays ("not used"), undated.

15 30

Mahzor for Rosh Hashanah, Yom, Kippur (The SAJ Family service), undated.

15 31

Martyrology (F. Kohn) (not used), undated.

15 32

Possible readings, undated.

15 33

Readings, undated.

15 34

Readings for High Holidays, undated.

15 35

Readings "for next year", undated.

15 36

Rosh Hashanah, undated.

15 37

Rosh Hashanah (ma'ariv), undated.

15 38

Rosh Hashanah (version two), undated.

15 39

Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, undated.

15 40

Three speakers, undated.

15 41

C. Prayer / Life cycle ceremonies.

Box Folder

Articles about prayer and services, 1993, 2000.

15 42

Ashrei, 2004.

15 43

Avodah, prayer, 1998-2008, undated.

15 44

Birth ceremonies, 1976-1998, undated.

15 45

Birth ceremonies, 1988-2006, undated.

15 46

Blessing the Birth of a Daughter: Jewish Naming Ceremonies for Girls, by Reifman and Nashim, 1978.

15 47

Bogrim readings, 2008-2013, undated.

15 48

B'nai Mitzvah booklets, 1974, 1995.

15 49

Chochmat Ha-Lev liturgy, 1996.

15 50

Congregation Sha'ar Zahav readings, undated.

15 51

Death, 2001.

15 52

Hiroshima service, 1999.

15 53

Jewish Women's Resource Center Birth ceremonies guide, 1985.

15 54

Ketubbot (marriage contracts), undated.

15 55

Leading service, 1993, 1997, undated.

15 56

Liturgical change in the time of violence, Dorshei Derekh, Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1994.

15 57

Liturgy, 1989-2000, undated.

15 58

New liturgy, 1999, undated.

15 59

Opening Kavanah following unidentified earthquake, undated.

15 60

Piyyut, 2012.

15 61

Prayer, 1969, undated.

15 62

Prayer, 1987-2005, undated.

15 63

Prayer, 1991, 2004, undated.

15 64

Prayer, 1993, undated.

15 65

Prayer, 2009.

15 66

Prayer at Society for the Advancement of Judaism, 2003, undated.

15 67

Prayer scores by Robert Agus, 1974.

15 68

Prayer sermons, 2009-2010, undated.

15 69

Prayer session for David Teutsch, Montclair, 2007.

15 70

Rabbis for Human Rights ritual, 2006.

16 1

Reconstructing Prayer article, 2006.

16 2

Rolando Matalon, Piyyut, 2007.

16 3

Services, 1972-1975, undated.

16 4

Services, 1989-1995, undated.

16 5

Services after September 11, 2001, 2001.

16 6

Services and speech, Boston weekend, 1998.

16 7

Services, Berkeley weekend, 1998.

16 8

Services, reconstructing prayer, 2003, undated.

16 9

Shomrei Shalom service, undated.

16 10

Siddur review, 2007-2009.

16 11

Terumah service, Weiss's Farm, undated.

16 12

Wedding booklets, 1983-2011, undated.

16 13

Wedding speeches, undated.

16 14

Weddings, undated.

16 15

Yom Tov Sheni, undated.

16 16

D. Healing services and resourcees.

Box Folder

Healing service, January, 1996-2001.

16 17

Healing service, February, 1996-2005.

16 18

Healing service, March, 1996-2003.

16 19

Healing service, April, 1996-2005.

16 20

Healing service, May, 1996-2004.

16 21

Healing service, June, 1996-2004.

16 22

Healing service, September, 1996-2005.

16 23

Healing service, October, 1996-2003.

16 24

Healing service, November, 1996-2005.

16 25

Healing service, December, 1996-2007.

16 26

Healing services, 1996-2001.

16 27

Healing service (articles), 1996-2000.

16 28

Healing service (D. Friedman), 1992-2001, undated.

16 29

Healing service, first and preludes and others, 1995-1998, undated.

16 30

Healing service, Kavanot, 1996-2004, undated.

16 31

An Academic Exploration of Sources of Healing Within Judaism conference, 1995.

16 32

Healing conference, National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, 1996.

16 33

Jewish Healing Center, 1991-1992, undated.

16 34

Jewish Healing Center, 1994-1995, undated.

16 35

Religion and Cancer II: Using Our Traditions conference, 1992.

16 36

Twelve Steps, Jewish sources, undated.

16 37

The Outstretched Arm, newsletter, the National Center for Jewish Healing, 1995.

16 38

Series V. Teaching.

Box Folder

Aravot, Ansche Chesed retreat, 1995.

16 39

Being a Mensch, Society for the Advancement of Judaism, Spring 2002.

16 40

Beginning Judaism class, Fall 1991.

16 41

Beginning Judaism curricula, 1985-1989, undated.

16 42

Course outlines, undated.

16 43

Derekh Torah class, 2010-2011.

16 44

Derekh Torah II class, 1991-1992.

17 1

Ecology, undated.

17 2

Ecology class, undated.

17 3-4

Environmental class, undated.

17 5

Evil Inclination, Havurah Institute, undated.

17 6

Halacha course taught at Lishmah, undated.

17 7

Har Ke-Giget, undated.

17 8

Hasidic Spirituality, Metivta class, Summer 2000.

17 9

Hasidism, undated.

17 10-11

Hasidism at Malcor, undated.

17 12

Hasidism at Society for the Advancement of Judaism, undated.

17 13

Hasidism class, Kallah, 1997.

17 14

Hasidism in Teshuvah, Selichot, 1995.

17 15

Hasidism, National Havurah Conference, undated.

17 16

Hasidism, Wexner, 1997.

17 17

Haver I, 1993.

17 18-20

Haver II, 1994.

17 21-22

Haver III, 1996.

17 23-25

Haver IV, undated.

17 26

Havurah Ideology, undated.

17 27

Havurah Ideology, National Havurah Conference class, 1990.

17 28

Holiness class, National Havurah Conference Institute, 1997.

17 29

Inner Growth class, undated.

17 30

Inner Growth 2, undated.

17 31

Jeremy Merrim group teaching, undated.

17 32

Jewish History course II, 2003-2004.

17 33

Jewish History survey, 2002-2003.

17 34

Jews in America class, undated.

17 35

Lishmah class, 2003.

17 36

Liturgy class, 2008.

17 37

Liturgy class, 2010.

17 38-39

Liturgy course, National Havurah Conference Institute, undated.

17 40

Lunchtime study class, undated.

18 1

A Map of Time, Spring 1992.

18 2

MM Shabbat Shuvah, Hasidic Teshuvah, 1996.

18 3

Mysticism class, undated.

18 4

Name and namelessness in Exodus, 1998.

18 5

Non-Jews class, undated.

18 6

Non-Jews, National Havurah Conference, class texts, undated.

18 7

Omer class, 2001.

18 8

Pesah Law class, undated.

18 9

Pluralism class, Ansche Chesed retreat, 1990.

18 10

Psalms class, undated.

18 11

Purim teaching, undated.

18 12

Shavuot Tikkun, 2007.

18 13

Spirituality Hevra, undated.

18 14

Spirituality in the Everyday Life, Jewish Community Center class, 1999.

18 15

Spirituality of Everyday, Jewish Community Center, Spring 2003.

18 16

Stories of Sages, Early Rabbinic Authority, Global Learning day, 2010.

18 17

Stories / Rabbis, Fall 2011.

18 18

Structure of Prayer class, undated.

18 19

Talmud text sampler, 2012.

18 20

Theology class, Spring 2004.

18 21

Tselem Elokim, Ansche Chesed retreat, 1996.

18 22

West Side Campaign Against Hunger teaching, 2011, undated.

18 23

Young Professional Sukkah, Rabbi Nahman, undated.

18 24

Series VI. Works by Michael Strassfeld.

Conditions Governing Access note

One file in this series is restricted due to personally identifiable information: Box 19, Folder 4. Researchers interested in viewing restricted files in this collection should email the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rarebooks, and Manuscripts for permission.

A. Speeches and eulogies.

Box Folder

Ansche Chesed annual meeting speech, 1998-1999.

18 25

Athena and Jeremy's wedding, undated.

18 26

Avodah Award speech, undated.

18 27

Bet am Shalom, 2012.

18 28

Capital campaign speech.

18 29

Chairlift dedication, undated.

18 30

Chelmsford Press conference, undated.

18 31

Dedication, 2004.

18 32

Eighth Day Pesach, crossing of the sea, 1995.

18 33

F.D.R. and the Jews, 2014.

18 34

Future of Havurot speech, undated.

18 35

G.A. speech, New York, 1993.

18 36

G.A. speech, Boston, 1995.

18 37

Gay marriage / homosexuality, d'var Torah, 2004, undated.

18 38

Gay Pride Shabbat, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, 1998.

18 39

God in History in the Haggadah for Jewish Community Center panel, 1993-1997.

18 40

Golden Calf / Why I believe, undated.

18 41

Hatan Torah speech, undated.

18 42

Havdelah speech, Institute, 1990.

18 43

Honey from the rock, Kavanah, undated.

18 44

Hospitality, Lester Shriver, 2001, undated.

18 45

Idolatry, undated.

18 46

Installation at Society for the Advancement of Judaism, 2002.

18 47

Intermarriage speech and conference, and Hebrew Union College lecture, 1991-1993.

18 48

Israel, undated.

18 49

Jewish Reconstructionist Federation conference (Philadelphia) and Plenary (Boston), 2006, 2008.

18 50

Judaism as a revolutionary tradition, 2008.

18 51

Judaism as revolutionary Pesah, 1998.

18 52

Leadership, Kotzker amd Moses, Leading Day, 1993.

18 53

Lectures given, undated.

18 54

Looking to year 2000 at Ansche Chesed, 1993.

18 55

Mel Gibson and wigs, 2004.

18 56

Millennium party speech, 2000.

18 57

Muslim speech, 2010.

18 58

New York Board of Rabbis, 2000.

18 59

Prayer / Kavanah, 1996.

18 60

Reconstructionist Rabbinical College graduation speech, 2002.

18 61-62

Redemption and Rosh Hashanah, undated.

18 63

Re-envisioning the Synagogue, 2006.

18 64

Reflections on Rodney King, 1992.

18 65

Regional Jewish Reconstructionist Federation God talk, 2005.

18 66

Response to Egon Mayer, Reconstructionist Rabbinicaal Association, Chicago, 1993.

18 67

Shavuot, intermarriage speech, 1992.

18 68

Shofetim, idolatry, Institute, 1994.

18 69

Society for the Advancement of Judaism acceptance speech, undated.

18 70

Teaching instead of d'vrie Torah, 1996.

18 71

Theology paper ("mine at RCC"), undated.

18 72

Tikkun Conference speech, critique of Havurah movement, 1994.

18 73

White fire on black fire (Non-Jews), undated.

18 74

Zionism, undated.

18 75-76

Funeral speeches, undated.

18 77-78

Funerals, undated.

18 79

B. The Jewish Catalog.

Box Folder

The Jewish Catalog, 1971-1973, undated.

18 80

The Jewish Whole Earth Catalogue: Theory and Development, thesis by George Savran and Richard Siegel, 1972.

18 81

The Jewish Catalog, 1972-1973, undated.

19 1

The Jewish Catalog, volume 3, 1972-1981, undated.

19 2

The Jewish Catalog, articles in the  New York Times and  Boston Globe, 1973-1974.

19 3

The Jewish Catalog royalty statements [RESTRICTED], 1973-2010, undated.

19 4

The Jewish Catalog reviews, 1973-2013, undated.

19 5

Letters from Anthony Waskow regarding the Catalog Two, 1974-1975.

19 6

The Third Jewish Catalog, 1974-1981, undated.

19 7

"Catalog: Mazal Tov? by Sharon and Michael Strassfeld," in Moment Magazine, 1975.

19 8

"The Eternal Light: A Conversation with Sharon Strassfeld", 1975.

19 9

The Jewish Catalog: A Shabbaton in Chapel Hill, N.C., 1975.

19 10

Correspondence with Mae Rockland regarding the Jewish Yellowpages, 1975.

19 11

The Second Jewish Catalog, 1975-1976, undated.

19 12

The Jewish Catalog: A Three Year Curriculum, 1976.

19 13

Public relations for the Second and  Third Jewish Catalogs, 1978-1981, undated.

19 14

" The Third Jewish Catalog, Introduction by Sharon and Michael Strassfeld," in  Present Tense, 1980.

19 15

"The 613th Volume of the Jewish Catalog," in Sh'ma, 1981.

19 16

Jewish Publication Society, 1991-1996, undated.

19 17

Illustrations by Stuart Copans, undated.

19 18

The Jewish Catalog manuscript, undated.

19 19-22

Proposal for a Jewish Catalog Institute, undated.

19 23

C. Other writings.

Box Folder

"America is a Field of Dreams," in We Remember...9/11: An Evening of Reflection and Hope.

19 24

"An Appropriate Ceremony for Daughters," with Sharon Strassfeld, in Sh'ma: A Journal of Jewish Responsibility 14, no. 264 (December 23, 1983).

19 25

Articles by Sharon Strassfeld, 1984-1989.

19 26

"Awakening to the Day," in Tikkun: A Bi-Monthly Jewish Critique of Politics, Culture & Society 18, no. 2 (March/April 2003).

19 27

A Book of Life, 2002-2006, undated.

19 28

"Ceremonial Welcome for a Newborn Jewish Daughter," in Lilith (Winter 1976-1977).

19 29

Current Tikkun article, undated.

19 30

Field of Dreams, 2001, undated.

19 31

First writing essay on Pesach, undated.

19 32

Hadassah, undated.

19 33

Haggadah, historical section, undated.

19 34

Haggadah material, undated.

19 35-36

Haggadah material, undated.

20 1

Haggadah notes, 1976-1981, undated.

20 2

Haggadah outline, undated.

20 3

Israel prayer, undated.

20 4

The Jewish Holidays, 1981-1985, undated.

20 5

The Jewish Holidays, reviews, 1981-1985, undated.

20 6

Journeys: A Spiritual Guide to Everyday Life proposal, undated.

20 7

Leyl She'Eylot: A Night of Questions; Haggadah Shel Pesah (Working draft), undated.

20 8

Making Midrash, 1976, undated.

20 9

Midrash, 1978-1980, undated.

20 10

Midrash Anthology proposal, undated.

20 11

Miscellaneous articles, undated.

20 12

Miscellaneous writings, undated.

20 13-14

Miscellaneous writings and projects, undated.

20 15

Music collection, undated.

20 16

Music collections / Niggunim, 1980-2003, undated.

20 17

A Night of Questions: A Passover Haggadah, 1999-2000, undated.

20 18

"Reconstructing Prayer," in The Reconstructionist: A Journal of Contemporary Jewish Thought & Practice 71, no. 1 (Fall 2006).

20 19

Re-ordering the Seder, undated.

20 20

Review of "A Passover Haggadah", undated.

20 21

Seder Avodah L'Yom Ha-Shoa: Service for Holocaust Memorial Day, undated.

20 22

Seder Avodah L'Yom Ha-Shoa: Service for Holocaust Memorial Day, 1997, undated.

20 23

Shabbat Haggadah proposal, 1979.

20 24

"Shedding light on human rights," Hanukah, undated.

20 25

The Shrink Calendar proposal, undated.

20 26

Songs to Open the Heart, recording, 2002-2004, undated.

20 27

"Too Many for a Minyan," in Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review no. 38 (Winter 1979-80).

20 28

"Towards a Creative Diaspora," in Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review no. 39 (Summer 1980).

20 29

Towards a Torah of Zion, 1993, undated.

20 30

Twenty Years in the Havurah Movement, 1989.

20 31

Who Knows One? Darfur rally, 2006.

20 32

Women and time-bound Mitzvah, undated.

20 33

Writings / articles published, 1980-1995.

20 34

Series VII. Books and other publications from the Library of Michael Strassfeld.

A. Works by Michael Strassfeld.

Box Item

Fishman, Chalres Adés, ed., Blood to remember: American poets on the Holocaust, Revised second edition (St. Louis, Mo.: Time Being Books), Includes poem by Michael Strassfeld, "Who knows one?" (pp. 433-434), 2007.

21 1

Strassfeld, Michael, A book of life: embracing Judaism as a spiritual practice [hardcover] (New York: Schocken Books), 2002.

21 2

Strassfeld, Michael, A book of life: embracing Judaism as a spiritual practice [paperback] (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2006.

21 3

Diamond, Gail, Four lessons exploring A Night of Questions: a Passover Haggadah, edited by Rabbi Joy Levitt and Rabbi Michael Strassfeld (Elkins Park, Pa.: Reconstructionist Press), 2000.

23 5

Chwast, Seymour, Had gadya: a Passover song, Afterword by Rabbi Michael Strassfeld (Brookfield, Conn.: Roaring Brook Press), 2005.

21 4

Siegel, Richard, Michael Strassfeld and Sharon Strassfeld, eds., The Jewish catalog: a do-it-yourself kit, First edition (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America), Inscribed: "With all our love, Sharon and Michael", 1973.

21 5

Strassfeld, Sharon, and Michael Strassfeld, eds., The second Jewish catalog: sources and resources: with the Jewish yellow pages, First edition (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America), 1976.

21 6

Strassfeld, Sharon, and Michael Strassfeld, eds., The third Jewish catalog: creating community (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America), 1980.

21 7

Strassfeld, Michael, and Richard Siegel, The Jewish calendar 5736, 1975-76 (New York: Universe Books), 2 copies, 1975.

22 1

Strassfeld, Michael, and Richard Siegel, The Jewish calendar 5737, 1976-77 (New York: Universe Books), 1976.

22 2

Strassfeld, Michael, and Richard Siegel, The Jewish calendar 5738, 1977-78 (New York: Universe Books), 2 copies; copy 1 includes annotations (appointments) in Strassfeld's hand, 1977.

22 3

Strassfeld, Michael, and Richard Siegel, The Jewish calendar 5740, 1979-80 (New York: Universe Books), 1979.

22 4

Siegel, Richard, Michael Strassfeld and Jane Siegel, The Jewish calendar 5741, 1980-81 (New York: Universe Books), 1980.

22 5

Strassfeld, Michael, and Richard Siegel, The Jewish calendar 5742, 1981-82 (New York: Universe Books), 2 copies, 1981.

22 6

Siegel, Richard, and Michael Strassfeld, The Jewish calendar 5743, 1982-83 (New York: Universe Books), 1982.

22 7

Strassfeld, Michael, and Richard Siegel, The Jewish calendar 5744, 1983-84 (New York: Universe Books), Includes annotations (appointments) in Strassfeld's hand, 1984.

22 8

Siegel, Richard, and Michael Strassfeld, The Jewish calendar 5745, 1984-85 (New York: Universe Books), 1984.

22 9

Strassfeld, Michael, and Richard Siegel, The Jewish calendar 5746, 1985-1986: special issue: Jewish women (New York: Universe Books), 1985.

22 10

Strassfeld, Michael, with Vicki Brower, The Jewish calendar 5747, 1986-1987: the Synagogue (New York: Universe Books), 1986.

22 11

Strassfeld, Michael, and Vicki Brower, The Jewish calendar 5748, 1987-1988 (New York: Universe Books), Includes annotations (appointments) in Strassfeld's hand and stapled receipts, 1987.

22 12

Strassfeld, Michael, and Vicki Brower, The Jewish calendar 5749, 1988-1989 (New York: Universe Books), 1988.

22 13

Strassfeld, Michael, The Jewish calendar 5750, 1989-1990 (New York: Universe Books), 1989.

22 14

Strassfeld, Sharon and Michael, The Jewish calendar 5751, 1990-1991 (New York: Universe Books), 2 copies, 1990.

22 15

Strassfeld, Sharon and Michael, The Jewish calendar 5752, 1991-1992 (New York: Universe Books), Includes annotations (appointments) in Strassfeld's hand, 1991.

22 16

Strassfeld, Sharon and Michael, The Jewish calendar 5753, 1992-1993 (New York: Universe Books), 2 copies; copy 1 includes annotations (appointments) in Strassfeld's hand, 1992.

22 17

Strassfeld, Sharon and Michael, The Jewish calendar 5754, 1993-1994 (New York: Universe Books), 2 copies; copy 1 includes annotations (appointments) in Strassfeld's hand, 1993.

22 18

Strassfeld, Sharon and Michael, The Jewish calendar 5755, 1994-1995 (New York: Universe Books), 2 copies; copy 1 includes annotations (appointments) in Strassfeld's hand, 1994.

22 19

Strassfeld, Sharon and Michael, The Jewish calendar 5756, 1995-1996 (New York: Universe Books), 1995.

22 20

Strassfeld, Michael, The Jewish holidays: a guide and commentary (New York: Harper & Row Publishers), uncorrected proof, 1985.

21 8

Strassfeld, Michael, The Jewish holidays: a guide and commentary [hard cover], first edition (New York: Harper & Row Publishers), Inscribed: "Rubin Meyer Strassfeld"; and "To Mommy & Toddy, who taught me all I know about the holidays, Michael Strassfeld", 1985.

21 9

Strassfeld, Michael, The Jewish holidays: a guide and commentary [paperback] (New York: Harper & Row Publishers), 1985.

21 10

Strassfeld, Michael, The Jewish holidays: a guide and commentary [paperback] (New York: Quill), 2001.

21 11

Levitt, Joy, and Michael Strassfeld, eds., A night of questions: a Passover Haggadah (Wyncote, Pa.: Reconstructionist Press), 2013.

21 12

Strassfeld, Michael, ed., A Passover Haggadah ([New York]: Rabbinical Assembly), 2 copies, 1979.

21 13-14

Strassfeld, Michael, A Shabbat Haggadah: for celebration and study (New York: Institute of Human Relations Press), 2 copies, 1981.

21 15-16

B. Comparative religion.

Box Item

Herberg, Will, Protestant, Catholic, Jew: an essay in American religious sociology (Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor Books), 1960.

30 23

James, William, The varieties of religious experience: a study in human nature (New York: New American Library), 1958.

30 27

Weiss-Rosmarin, Trude, Judaism and Christianity: the differences, Seventh printing (New York: Jonathan David Publishers), Inscribed in Hebrew, 1972.

23 4

C. The Holocaust.

Box Item

Arendt, Hannah, Eichmann in Jerusalem: a report on the banality of evil (New York: Viking Press), 1963.

25 9

Frank, Anne, Anne Frank: the diary of a young girl (New York: Washington Square Press), 1972.

30 24

Frank, Jacob, Sayings of Yacov Frank, Translated by Harris Lenowitz (Berkeley, Calif.: Tree), 1978.

23 7

Frankl, Viktor E., Man's search for meaning: an introduction to logotherapy (New York: Pocket Books), 1963.

30 32

Roskies, David, Night words: a midrash on the Holocaust (Washington, D.C.: B'nai B'rith Hillell Foundations), 1971.

23 10

Roskies, David, Night words: a midrash on the Holocaust (Boston: N.E. Free Jewish Press), undated.

24 2

Roskies, David, Night words: a midrash on the Holocaust, Fourth revised edition (New York: CLAL - National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership), 1998.

24 2

Schwarz-Bart, Andre´, The last of the just, translated from the French by Stephen Becker (New York: Atheneum Publishers), 1960.

25 11

Wiesel, Elie, Night (New York: Hill and Wang), 1960.

28 8

D. Jewish counterculture.

Box Folder

American Jewish World Service, The crisis of HIV/AIDS in Africa: a Jewish response (New York: American Jewish World Service), undated.

23 6

Aquarian Minyan, Makhzor for the high holy days (Berkeley, Calif.: Aquarian Minyan), laid in: additional leafs numbered 81, 86, 87, undated.

24 10

Axelrad, Albert S., Call to conscience: Jews, Judaism, and conscientious objection (Hoboken, N.J.: KTAV Publishing House), 1986.

29 17

Barth, Samuel, and Dick Codor, All you want to know about Sabbath services: a guide for the perplexed (West Orange, N.J.: Behrman House), 1995.

23 10

Bush, Lawrence, and Jeffrey Dekro, Jews, money and social responsibility: developing a "Torah of money" for contemporary life (Philadelphia: Shefa Fund), laid in: Letter to Michael and Sharon Strassfeld from Jeffrey Dekro, 1993.

30 3

Carol Ochs, The waters of healing: Psalm 42 and related texts, Monograph series, No. 4 ([New York]: National Center for Jewish Healing), 1997.

23 8

Cowan, Paul, An orphan in history: retrieving a Jewish legacy, Bantam edition (Toronto: Bantam Books), 1983.

30 29

Cowan, Paul, with Rachel Cowan, Mixed blessings: overcoming the stumbling blocks in an interfaith marriage (New York: Penguin Books), 1987.

30 16

Decter, Moshe, ed., Redemption! Jewish freedom letters from Russia ([New York]: American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry), undated.

23 9

Dorff, Elliot N., "You shall strengthen them": a rabbinic letter on the poor ([New York]: Rabbinical Assembly), 3 copies, 1999.

23 13

Frishman, Elyse D., ed., Haneirot halalu: These lights are holy: a home celebration of Chanuka (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 1989.

29 30

Goldberg, Hillel, Musar anthology (Hyde Park, Mass.: Harwich Lithograph), Inscribed on cover: "Havurah Copy", 1972.

24 2

Green, Arthur, Restoring the Aleph: Judaism for the contemporary seeker, CIJE Essay series (New York: Council for Initiatives in Jewish Education), Inscribed: "Joy -- Enjoy! Art", 1996.

23 10

Israel, Richard J., Jewish identity games: a how to do it book (Washington, D.C.: B'nai B'rith Hillell Foundations), 1978.

24 3

Kalechofsky, Roberta, ed., Haggadah for the liberated lamb (Marblehead, Mass.: Micah Publications), 1988.

29 23

Kehilla Community Synagogue, Shabbat morning Suddur (Berkeley, Calif.: Kehilla Community Synagogue), undated.

24 10

Koltun, Elizabeth, The Jewish woman: new perspectives (New York: Schocken Books), 1976.

27 6

Koltun, Elizabeth, The Jewish woman: new perspectives, Third printing (New York: Schocken Books), Inscribed: "L. Friedlander"; annotations, 1978.

28 16

Lerner, Michael, Jewish renewal: a path to healing and transformation (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons), Inscribed: "To Sharon, A pillar of strength and insight, personal & communal -- thanks for all you've done to help me and all you've done to help our people. Love, Michael Lerner, Oct, 94", 1994.

25 2

Lubet, Steven, et al., eds., Chutzpah: a Jewish liberation anthology (San Francisco: New Glide Publications), 1977.

23 14

Morris, Tamra L., Freedom Haggadah for Soviet Jewry (Washington, D.C.: CLAL - National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership), 1987.

23 10

Nadeau, Lynn Lebow, The promised land: Haggadah (Amherst, Mass.: Modern Memoirs Publishing), 1997.

23 3

New Jewish Agenda, The shalom seders: three Haggadahs (New York: Adama Books), 2 copies, 1984.

29 27-28

P'nai Or Religious Fellowship, Or chadash (a new light): new paths for Shabbat morning, Preliminary draft edition, 124/500 ([Philadelphia]: P'nai Or Religious Fellowship), In three-ring binder, 1989.

30 7

Plaskow, Judith, Standing again at Sinai: Judaism from a feminist perspective (San Francisco: Harper & Row Publishers), 1990.

25 8

Podwal, Mark, Let my people go: a Haggadah (New York: Macmillan Company), 1973.

24 4

Porter, Jack Nusan, and Peter Dreier, eds., Jewish radicalism: a selected anthology (New York: Grove Press), 1973.

28 7

Prell, Riv-Ellen, Prayer & community: the havurah in American Judaism (Detroit: Wayne State University Press), 1989.

28 12

Rabbis for Human Rights, In every generation let each of us look upon ourselves as if we came forth out of Egypt: a Haggadah supplement on economic justice (Philadelphia: Rabbis for Human Rights - North America), undated.

23 12

Reisman, Bernard, The chavurah: a contemporary Jewish experience (New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregations), 1977.

29 11

Roekard, Karen G.R., The Santa Cruz Haggadah: a Passover Haggadah, coloring book, and journal for the evolving consciousness (Capitola, Calif.: Hineni Consciousness Press), 1991.

24 10

Schachter-Shalomi, Zalman, with Joel Segal, Hello God, it's me: a guide to meaningful Jewish practice (New York: Riverhead Books), On cover: "Uncorrected proof for limited distribution", 2005.

30 12

Schachter, Zalman, Fragments of a future scroll: Hassidism for the here and now (Mount Airy, Pa.: B'nai Or Press), 1982.

29 32

Schwarzschild, Steven S., et al., Roots of Jewish nonviolence (Nyack, N.Y.: Jewish Peace Fellowship), undated.

23 6

Shneyer, David, ed., The new Kehila makhzor (Rockville, Md.: Kehila Chadasha and Judaic Resources), Laid in: errata sheet and order sheet, 1992.

29 24

Sleeper, James A., and Alan L. Mintz, eds., The new Jews (New York: Random House), 1971.

30 20

Strassfeld, Sharon, and Kathy Green, The Jewish family book (Toronto: Bantam Books), 1981.

28 6

Waskow, Arthur I., Down-to-earth Judaism: food, money, sex, and the rest of life (New York: William Morrow and Company), 1995.

25 5

Waskow, Arthur I., The bush is burning! Radical Judaism faces the pharaohs of the modern superstate (New York: Macmillan Company), Includes photocopied review of the title from the New York Times Book Review, October 24, 1971, 1971.

28 9

Waskow, Arthur I., The bush is burning! Radical Judaism faces the pharaohs of the modern superstate, First Macmillan paperback edition (New York: Macmillan Company), 1971.

30 22

Waskow, Arthur I., The freedom seder: a new Haggadah for Passover (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston), 1970.

30 13

Waskow, Arthur I., David Waskow and Shoshana Waskow, Before there was a before ([Washington, D.C.]: The Authors), Inscribed: in Hebrew, signed "Art, David, Shoshana", 1976.

24 3

Wine, Sherwin T., Meditation services for Humanistic Judaism ([Farmington Hills, Mich.]: Birmington Temple, Society for Humanistic Judaism), 1976.

23 7

Zuckoff, Aviva, Jewish liberation Hagada, Second edition (New York: Jewish Liberation Project), 1971.

24 4

Zuckoff, Aviva, Jewish liberation Hagada (New York: Jewish Liberation Project), 1970.

24 4

E. Jewish community.

Box Folder

Cohen, Steven M., A Jewish philosophy for the JCC movement: an invitation to a discussion on Jewish peoplehood, pluralism, living and learning (New York: JCC Association), 1999.

23 7

Cohen, Steven M., A tale of two Jewries: the "inconvenient truth" for American Jews (New York: Jewish Life Network/Steinhardt Foundation), 2006.

24 8

Dresner, Samuel H., Agenda for American Jews: federation and synagogue ([New York]: United Synagogue of America), 1976.

23 6

Eisen, Arnold, The changing Jewish community and its implications for Jewish communal leadership (New York: JCC Association), 1997.

23 7

Horowitz, Bethamie, The 1991 New York Jewish population study ([New York]: UJA-Federation), 1993.

28 2

Kosmin, Barry A., et al., Highlights of the CJF 1990 national Jewish population survey (New York: Council of Jewish Federations), 1991.

24 8

Lee, Sara S., Communities of learning: a vision for the Jewish future (Los Angeles: Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Rhea Hirsch School of Education), 1997.

23 3

Litt, Sara Moore, BJ: a model for a revitalized synagogue life: a report based on research by Alaya Fader and Mark Kligman (New York: Congregation B'nai Jeshurun), 2002.

24 8

Neusner, Jacob, Contemporary Judaic fellowship in theory and in practice (New York: KTAV Publishing House), 1972.

25 12

Prell, Riv-Ellen, JCC and synagogue: creating American Jewish community (New York: JCC Association), 1998.

23 7

Susan and David Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies, Federation and synagogue: towards a new partnership (Los Angeles: Susan and David Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies), 1994.

23 9

Union for Reform Justice, K'hilat Tzedek: creating a community of justice (New York: Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism), 2004.

24 8

Wertheimer, Jack, ed., Conservative synagogues and their members: highlights of the North American study of 1995-96 (New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America), 1996.

24 8

F. Jewish feminism.

Box Folder

Abramowitz, Sharone, Women's Passover seder (Los Angeles: n.p.), 1980.

24 5

Adelman, Penina V., Miriam's well: rituals for Jewish women around the year, Second edition (New York: Biblio Press), 1986.

29 25

Blumenthal, Aaron H., An aliyah for women: (the status of women in Jewish law) (Mount Vernon, N.Y.: Rabbinical Assembly), 1972.

23 9

Broner, E.M., with Naomi Nimrod, The women's Haggadah (San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco), 1994.

30 17

Cardin, Nina Beth, Mourning a miscarriage, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Cohen, Tamara Ruth, et al., eds., The journey continues: Ma'yan Passover Haggadah (New York: Ma'yan: The Jewish Women's Project), 2 copies, 1996.

24 5

Cohen, Tamara, ed., The journey continues: Ma'yan Passover Haggadah, Second edition (New York: Ma'yan: The Jewish Women's Project), 2002.

30 2

Haggadah Committee, Journey to freedom: a women's Seder experience (N.p.: Haggadah Committee), undated.

24 5

Heschel, Susannah, ed., On being a Jewish feminist: a reader (New York: Schocken Books), 1995.

28 13

Heschel, Susannah, ed., On being a Jewish feminist: a reader (New York: Schocken Books), On half title page: "These are uncorrected advance proofs bound for your reviewing convenience.", 1983.

28 14

Janowitz, Naomi, and Maggie Wenig, Siddur nashim: a Sabbath prayer book for women (Providence, R.I.: Naomi Janowitz and Maggie Wenig), 1976.

24 11

Moise, Elaine, and Rebecca Schwartz, The dancing with Miriam Haggadah: a Jewish women's celebration of Passover (Palo Alto, Calif.: Rikudei Miriam), 1995.

24 5

Reform Synagogues of Great Britain Social Issues Group, Women and tallit: Jewish women and the ritual of prayer (London: Reform Synagogues of Great Britain), 1987.

23 10

Schneider, Susan Weidman, Jewish and female: choices and changes in our lives today (New York: Simon and Schuster), On cover: "Advance uncorrected proofs from Simon and Schuster", 1984.

28 4

Zones, Jane Sprague, ed., San Diego women's haggadah, Second edition (La Jolla, Calif.: Woman's Institute for Continuing Jewish Education), 1995.

23 10

G. Jewish fiction.

Box Item

Potok, Chaim, The chosen (New York: Fawcett Publications), 1967.

30 21

Uris, Leon, Exodus (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company), Laid in: death notice for Frieda Newfield, 1958.

25 10

H. Jewish guide books.

Box Folder

Belsh, Jerry, ed., Jewish Philadelphia: a guide for college students, 1972 - 5732 (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Union of Jewish Students), undated.

23 8

Franklin, Susan, and Mark Hurvitz, eds., A guide to Jewish Los Angeles: 5733, 1972-1973 (Los Angeles: Youth Department, Jewish Federation-Council of Greater Los Angeles), undated.

23 8

Goldman, Robert, ed., Jewish Boston and New England Jewry supplement: a guide, 5731, 1970-71, vol. II, no. 1 (Boston: New England Jewish Free Press), undated.

23 8

Isaacs, Ron, The Jewish traveler's handbook (New York: KTAV Publishing House), 2003.

23 4

Jewish Federation of Rhode Island Young Women's Division, Shalom Rhode Island (Providence, R.I.: Young Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of Rhode Island), undated.

23 3

Kairys, Susan, The handbook of Jewish resources in Hawaii ([Honolulu]: Susan Kairys), Inscribed: "To the Catalogue authors, who had, unknowingly much to do with the publication, style & content of this. That's, as I recall, a pretty high level of Tsadaka, if Maimonedes can be paraphrased.", 1975.

23 8

Mesinai, Susan, ed., Jewish guide to the Upper West Side, volume one: 1984-85 (New York: West Side Jewish Community Council), 1984.

24 1

Silver, Manuel, ed., A guide to Jewish Chicago: 1976 bicentennial edition, Third edition (Chicago: American Jewish Congress), 1976.

23 8

Silver, Manuel, ed., A guide to Jewish Chicago: 5733, 1972 (Chicago: American Jewish Congress), Laid in: "A Guide to Jewish Chicago: Additional Information", undated.

23 8

Simmons, Michael L., ed., Jewish Boston: a guide to Jewish life in the Greater Boston Jewish community with a New England supplement, 1972-1973, 5732-5733 (Hyde Park, Mass.: Harwick Lithograph), 1972.

24 1

I. Jewish historical sources.

Box Item

Holtz, Barry W., Back to the sources: reading the classic Jewish texts (New York: Summit Books), 1984.

28 5

Holtz, Barry W., Finding our way: Jewish texts and the lives we lead today (New York: Schocken Books), 1990.

25 6

Holtz, Barry W., The Schocken guide to Jewish books: where to start reading about Jewish history, literature, culture, and religion (New York: Schocken Books), 1992.

25 1

J. Jewish modernity.

Box Folder

Sarna, Jonathan D., A great awakening: the transformation that shaped twentieth century American Judaism and its implications for today, CIJE Essay series (New York: Council for Initiatives in Jewish Education), undated.

23 9

Weiss-Rosmarin, Trude, Jewish survival: essays and studies (New York: KTAV Publishing House), Inscribed: "For Sharon and Michael Strassfeld, Trude Weiss-Rosmarin", 1977.

29 3

K. Jewish music.

Box Folder

Abrams, Carol Ann, and Lucy Joan Sollogub, eds., Shiron l'shalom: a sourcebook of Jewish songs for peace education (Brookline, Mass.: Jewish Educators for Social Responsibility), 1986.

24 6

Fisher, Adam, Seder Tu Bishevat: the festival of trees (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 1989.

29 29

Friedman, Debbie, Renewal of spirit (San Diego, Calif.: Sound Write Productions), Music and lyrics to the record album of the same title, 1995.

24 6

Manger, Itzik, Die megille: das grosse text- und liederbuch (Dresdeen: Megille-Verlag-Dresden), in Yiddish, English, and German, 1998.

24 6

Pasternak, Velvel, Israel in song (New York: Tara Publications / Board of Jewish Education), Back cover missing, 1974.

24 6

L. Jewish pastoral services.

Box Folder

Congregation Netivot Shalom, Dealing with death: a guide for the bereaved and the comforters (Berkeley, Calif.: Congregation Netivot Shalom), 1992.

23 11

Cowan, Rachel, Coping with the death of a spouse, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Cutter, William, ed., The Jewish mourner's handbook (West Orange, N.J.: Behrman House), undated.

23 10

Dinkin, Roxane Head, Living with cancer, one day at a time, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Eilberg, Amy, When someone you love is dying, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Elkins, Dov Peretz, Clarifying Jewish values: a handbook of value clarification strategies for group leaders, educators, rabbis, teachers, center workers, and counselors (Rochester, N.Y.: Growth Associates), 1977.

23 14

Friedman, Dayle A., When someone you love needs long-term care, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Grollman, Earl A., Caring for yourself when you are caring for someone who is ill, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Grollman, Earl A., How to explain death to children ([Sterling, Va.]: Jewish Funeral Directors of America), 1979.

23 6

Hevra Kadisha of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, A guide for mourners (New York: Congregation B'nai Jeshurun), 1995.

23 3

Hirschfield, Brad, ed., Remembering for life (New York: CLAL - National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership), 2006.

29 8

Hirsh, Richard, The journey of mourning: a reconstructionist guide (Wyncote, Pa.: Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association), 2 copies, 2001.

23 13

Lamm, Maurice, Jewish hospice: to live, to hope, to heal, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Olitzky, Kerry M., and Stuart Copans, Twelve Jewish steps to recovery: a personal guide to turning from alcoholism and other addictions (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), Includes annotations, 1991.

29 16

Project Ezra, Project Ezra: a non-profit volunteer organization serving the Jewish aged on the lower East Side (New York: Project Ezra), undated.

29 36

Rabbi Isaac N. Trainin Bikur Cholim Coordinating Council, The shiv'ah visit (New York: Rabbi Isaac N. Trainin Coordinating Council on Bikur Cholim), undated.

23 6

Reconstructionist Commission on the Role of the Rabbi, The rabbi-congregation relationship: a vision for the 21st century: report of the Reconstructionist Commission on the Role of the Rabbi (Wyncote, Pa.: The Commission), 2 copies, 2001.

29 13-14

Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, Guidelines on intermarriage: with appendices on conversion and religious standards (Wyncote, Pa.: Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association), undated.

23 7

Rossel, Seymour, A spiritual journey: bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah handbook (West Orange, N.J.: Behrman House), 1993.

23 11

Rubenstein, Shmuel, The tefillin manual: an illustrated analysis of the component parts of the Tefillin, Edited by R. Posner (Brooklyn, N.Y.: S. Rubenstein), 1962.

23 9

Schrag, Mort, Walking through the valley of the shadow: when a Jewish child dies (Hollywood Hills, Calif.: Mount Sinai), Laid in: Letter to Rabbi Strassfeld from Mort A. Schrag, 2003.

23 10

Shapiro, Rami M., Willow baskets, colored glasses: a friend's guide to comforting mourners (South Miami, Fla.: Temple Beth Or), Inscribed: "Michael Strassfeld", 1988.

23 11

Simon, Charles, The role of the supportive non-Jewish spouse in the Conservative/Masorti Movement (New York: Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs), undated.

23 3

Stolper, Pinchas, Day of delight: NCSY Shabbat manual, Second edition (New York: National Conference for Synagogue Youth of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America), 1965.

23 7

Weber, Douglas, and Jessica Brodsky Weber, The Jewish baby handbook: a guide for expectant parents (West Orange, N.J.: Behrman House), 1990.

23 11

Wechsler-Azen, Nancy, Surviving a crisis of a tragedy, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Weinberg, Sheila Peltz, Easing the burden of stress, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Weintraub, Simkha Y., Finding spiritual strength in pain or illness: reaching in, reaching out, reaching up, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Wolpe, David, Finding a way to forgive, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

M. Jewish periodical issues.

Box Folder

Kerem: creative explorations in Judaism no. 1 (Winter 1992-93) - no. 3 (Spring 1995), no. 6 (1999) - no. 8 (2002).

31

New traditions: explorations in Judaism no. 1 (Spring 1984) - no. 3 (Summer 1986).

31

The peoplehood papers, The collective Jewish conversation: its role, purpose and place in the 21st century (November 2012).

31

Response: a contemporary Jewish review vol. 2, no. 1 (Winter 1968) - nos. 30-31 (Summer-Fall 1976), no. 33 (Spring 1977), no. 35 (Summer 1978) - no. 52 (Fall 1987).

31

N. Jewish practices.

Box Folder

Buxbaum, Yitzhak, Real davvening: Jewish prayer as a spiritual practice and a form of meditation for beginning and experienced davveners, The Jewish spirit booklet series, v. 1 (Flushing, N.Y.: Yitzhak Buxbaum), 1996.

23 6

Donin, Hayim Halevy, To be a Jew: a guide to Jewish observance in contemporary life (New York: Basic Books), 1972.

25 4

Dresner, Samuel H., and Seymour Siegel, The Jewish dietary laws: their meaning for our time; a guide to observation (New York: Burning Bush Press), 1959.

30 15

Dresner, Samuel H., and Seymour Siegel, The Jewish dietary laws: their meaning for our time; a guide to observation, Revised and exanded edition (New York: Rabbinical Assembly), 1982.

30 14

Fein, Leonard, and David Saperstein, A common road to freedom: a Passover Haggadah ([Washington, D.C.]: Religious Action Center of reform Judaism), 1996.

24 4

Gershom, Yonassan, 49 gates of light: kabbalistic meditations for counting the Omer (Minneapolis, Minn.: Yonassan Gershom), 1987.

24 2

Goodman, Arnold M., A plain pine box: a return to simple Jewish funerals and eternal traditions (New York: KTAV Publishing House), 1981.

29 31

Greenberg, Blu, How to run a traditional Jewish household, First Fireside edition (New York: Simon and Schuster), 1985.

28 15

Greenberg, Sidney, and S. Allan Sugarman, A contemporary High Holiday service for teenagers and ... (Hartford, Conn.: Payer Book Press), 1970.

24 9

Hoffner, Mosad Eliezer, A guide to blessings: a guide to brochos for various foods (New York: National Conference for Synagogue Youth of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America), 1966.

23 4

Kane, June Devorah Kozak, The power of the days: an Omer counting diary and book of days from Passover to Shavuoth (Alpine, N.J.: Angel Business Press), Inscribed: "A Blessed Journey! June Kozak Kane", 2000.

24 11

Lew, Alan, Looking back on divorce and letting go, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Melzer, Shelly K., The learners minyan: just do it! ([New York]: United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism), undated.

24 3

Rittner, Stephen, All that you want to know about the Bar-Bat Mitzvah: a text that isn't (Boston: Rittner), 1976.

30 11

Rosenstein, Joseph G., Siddur Eit ratzon: a prayerbook for the morning service of Shabbat and festivals (Highland Park, N.J.: Highland Park Minyan), 2003.

23 2

Silverman, Morris, and Jacob Neusner, The complete Purim service (Bridgeport, Conn.: Prayer Book Press of Media Judaica), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1979.

23 6

Student Organization of Yeshiva, A guide to kashrut (New York: Kashrus Division, Student Organization of Yeshiva, Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary), 1967.

24 3

Swirsky, Michael, Readings for Tish'ah b'Av (Jerusalem: WZO Youth Press), 1971.

24 2

Swirsky, Michael, Stories for Shabbat: a reader for summer camps (Jerusalem: WZO Youth Press), 1972.

24 3

Teutsch, David A., A guide to Jewish practice, Experimental edition (Wyncote, Pa.: Reconstructionist Rabbinical College Press), 3 copies; one copy inscribed: "Michael Strassfeld", 2000.

23 13

Wortman, David A., ed., The Exodus Haggadah, from tyranny to freedom: a celebration (New York: United Jewish Appeal: National Conference on Soviet Jewry), 1990.

23 10

Yurow, Jane Handler, and Kim Hetherington, Give me your hand: traditional and practical guidance on visiting the sick: Bikkur Cholim (Washington, D.C.: Adas Israel Congregation), Inscribed: "Michael Strassfeld", 1988.

23 11

O. Jewish spirituality.

Box Folder

Address, Richard F., Making sacred choices at the end of life, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Brener, Anne, Taking the time you need to mourn your loss, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

CLAL - National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, A day for reflection: Yom Kippur Katan: a guide to an ancient practice of self-renewal (New York: CLAL - National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership), 2001.

23 9

Heller, Zachary I., ed., Re-envisioning the synagogue (Hollis, N.H.: Hollis Publishing Company), Includes annotations, 2005.

29 10

Klein, Edward E., and Roland B. Gittelsohn, Judaism and the contemporary crisis in religion and society, JCS Pamphlet series No. 1 (New York: Jewish Chautauqua Society), 1965.

23 4

Klein, Isaac, A time to be born, a time to die: Ecclesiates 3:2, Third printing (New York: Department of Youth Activities, United Synagogue of America), 1988.

30 18

Miller, Alan W., Shlomo Riskin and Sheldon Zimmerman, Community study, "The binding of Isaac," at the 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York (New York: Education Office, 92nd Street Y), 1981.

23 14

Morinis, Alan, Climbing Jacob's ladder: one man's rediscovery of a Jewish spiritual tradition (Boston: Trumpeter), 2002.

29 33

Morinis, Alan, Everyday holiness: the Jewish spiritual path of Mussar (Boston: Trumpeter), 2007.

25 3

Sager, Susan Hawkins, Making ready: a spiritual journal for the High Holy Days or any days you wish to make holy ([N.p.]: Susan Hawkins Sager), 1992.

24 10

Stern, Chaim, Gates of joy (New York: KTAV Publishing House), 1991.

29 15

Jacobson, Simon, A spiritual guide to the counting of the omer: forty-nine steps to personal refinement according to the Jewish tradition: the forty-nine days of sefirah, First edition (Brooklyn, N.Y.: Vaad Hanochos Hatmimim), 1996.

23 1

P. Jewish theology.

Box Item

Borowitz, Eugene B., Ehad: the many meanings of God is one (Port Washington, N.Y.: Sh'ma), Inscribed: "For Sharon & Michael, in continuing friendship, Gene", 1988.

29 12

Chiel, Arthur A., and Edward T. Sandrow, Fountain of life (New York: Rabbinical Assembly), 1975.

23 4

Dorff, Elliot N., Conservative Judaism: our ancestors to our descendants (New York: Youth Commission, United Synagogue of America), 1977.

30 10

Flam, Nancy, Yearning for God, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Frymer-Kensky, Tikva, Constructing a theology of healing, Healing and Judaism, monograph series, no. 2 ([New York]: National Center for Jewish Healing), Includes annotations, 1997.

23 8

Golinkin, David, Halakhah for our time: a Conservative approach to Jewish law, Conservative Jewish thought and living series ([New York]: United Synagogue of America, Commission on Jewish Education), 1991.

23 11

Grater, Joshua Levine, ed., An ecstasy of God: a tribute to Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel (New York: Green Grass Press), undated.

24 8

Rubernstein, Richard L., After Auschwitz: Radical theory and contemporary Judaism (Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill Company), Includes highlighted text, 1966.

29 35

Schulweis, Harold M., Bringing your sadness to God, LifeLights (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), 2000.

23 4

Wolpe, David, Images of God as healer, Healing and Judaism, No. 5 ([New York]: National Center for Jewish Healing), 1997.

23 8

Q. Jewish youth and education.

Box Folder

Fox, Seymour, with William Novak, Vision at the heart: lessons from Camp Ramah on the power of ideas in shaping educational institutions ([New York]: Council for Initiatives in Jewish Education), 1997.

23 9

Greenberg, Anna Gabrielle, "Grande soy vanilla latte with cinnamon, no foam ...": Jewish identity and community in a time of unlimited choices ([New York]: Reboot), undated.

24 9

Greenberg, Anna Gabrielle, OMG!: how generation Y is redefining faith in the iPod era ([New York]: Reboot), undated.

24 9

Grishaver, Joel Lurie, 10 things which tend to turn kids into mensches (Los Angeles: Torah Aura Productions), 1995.

23 6

Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Kol B'Ramah (Camp Ramah) ([New York]: Jewish Theological Seminary), Songbook, undated.

23 1

Keysar, Ariela, and Barry A Kosmin, "Eight up": the college years: the Jewish engagement of young adults raised in Conservative synagogues, 1995-2003 (New York: Jewish Theological Seminary), 2004.

24 9

Sales, Amy L., and Leonard Saxe, "How goodly are thy tents": summer camps as Jewish socializing experiences (Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England), 2004.

28 10

Saxe, Leonard, and Barry Chazan, Ten days of Birthright Israel: a journey in young adult identity (Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England), 2008.

28 11

Wertheimer, Jack, A census of Jewish supplementary schools in the United States, 2006-2007 (New York: Avi Chai),, 2008.

24 9

R. Rabbi manuals.

Box Item

Bulka, Reuven P., The RCA lifecycle madrikh (New York: Rabbinical Council of America), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1995.

27 18

Central Conference of American Rabbis, Rabbi's manual (Cincinnati, Ohio: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 1946.

27 16

Goldin, Hyman E., Hamadrikh: the Rabbi's Guide: a manual of Jewish religious rituals ceremonials and customs, Revised edition ([N.p.]: [n.p.]), Hebrew and English on facing pages, undated.

27 15

Goldin, Hyman E., Hamadrikh: the Rabbi's Guide: a manual of Jewish religious rituals ceremonials and customs, Revised edition (New York: Hebrew Publishing Company), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1956.

27 17

Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, Rabbi's manual (Wyncote, Pa.: The Association), In three-ring binder, 1997.

30 6

Wolfson, Ron, Hanukkah, Art of Jewish living series (New York: Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs), 1990.

28 20

Wolfson, Ron, and Joel Lurie Grishaver, The Passover seder, Art of Jewish living series (Woodstock, Vt.: Jewish Lights Publishing), undated.

28 19

S. Sidderum (Prayerbooks).

Box Item

Aigen, Ron, ed., Hadesh Yameinu: a Siddur for Shabbat and Festivals (Hampstead, Quebec: Congregation Dorshei Emet), 1993.

29 6

Apisdorf, Shimon, Rosh Hashanah Yom Kippur survival kit (Columbus, Ohio: Leviathan Press), 1992.

28 18

Birnbaum, Philip, Daily prayer book: ha-Siddur ha-shalem (New York: Hebrew Publishing Company), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1969.

27 5

Birnbaum, Philip, High Holyday prayer book (New York: Hebrew Publishing Company), Inscribed: "Strassfeld", 1951.

27 3

Bokser, Ben-Zion, Selihot service (New York: United Synagogue of America), 1977.

23 4

Bokser, Ben-Zion, ed., The High Holyday prayer book, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (New York: Hebrew Publishing Company), 2 copies; copy 1, inscribed: "Strassfeld", 1959.

26 7

Caine, Ivan, Prayer supplement of Society Hill Synagogue: Or Hadash Agudat Ahim, 5739 ([Philadelphia]: Rabbi Ivan Caine), In three-ring binder with tabs, 1978.

30 5

Central Conference of American Rabbis, Gates of prayer: the new Union prayerbook: afternoon and evening services and prayers for the house of mourning (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 1978.

23 11

Central Conference of American Rabbis, Gates of prayer: the new Union prayerbook for weekdays, and at a house of mourning, Fourth printing (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 1977.

26 8

Chaim Stern, ed., Gates of forgiveness: the Union selichot service: a service of preparation for the Days of Awe (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 1980.

29 7

Cohen, Jeffrey M., Understanding the High Holyday services: a popular commentary to the Machzor (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul), 1983.

27 1

Cohen, Martin Samuel, ed., Siddur Tzur Yisrael: Shabbat and festival prayers (Roslyn, N.Y.: Shelter Rock Jewish Center), 2006.

27 12

Cohen, Martin Samuel, ed., Siddur Tzur Yisrael: weekday prayers (Roslyn, N.Y.: Shelter Rock Jewish Center), 2006.

27 11

Congregation Beth El of the Sudbury River Valley, Purify our hearts to serve you in truth, Second printing (Sudbury, Mass.: Congregation Beth El of the Sudbury River Valley), 1980.

29 21

Elkins, Dov Peretz, ed., Moments of transcendence: inspirational readings for Rosh Hashanah (Northvale, N.J,.: Jason Aronson), 1992.

27 9

Elkins, Dov Peretz, ed., Moments of transcendence: inspirational readings for Yom Kippur (Northvale, N.J,.: Jason Aronson), 1992.

27 10

Feinberg, Louis, Selihoth for the first day (New York: Behrman House), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1960.

23 12

Finkelstein, Ezra, Israel Independence Day service ([New York]: Israel Affairs Committee of the New York Metropolitan Region, United Synagogue of America), 1967.

23 4

Fisher, Adam, An Everlasting name: a service for remembering the Shoah (West Orange, N.J.: Behrman House), 1991.

23 3

Frishman, Elyse D., Mishkan t'filah: a Reform siddur: weekdays, Shabbat, festivals, and other occasions of public worship (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 2007.

27 8

Gershman, Sarah, ed., Ain sof = There is no end: for Shabbat and Jewish celebration (Hoboken, N.J.: KTAV Publishing House), 2001.

29 4

Ginsburg, Leo, The comprehensive supplement to the Machzor for the Yamim noraim; Torah teaching, elucidation, meditation, and supplication, reflection, resolution, and regeneration (New York: Bloch Publishing Company), Inscribed: "Michael Strassfeld", 1972.

29 1

Glaser, Samuel Z., Evening Service for the day of Atonement (N.p.: Samuel Z. Glaser), In three-ring binder, 1975.

30 4

Harlow, Jules, Yearnings: prayer and meditation for the Days of Awe (New York: Rabbinical Assembly), 1968.

23 5

Harlow, Jules, ed., The bond of life: a book for mourners (New York: Rabbinical Assembly), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1975.

27 2

Hertz, Joseph H., The authorised daily prayer book, Revised edition; 15th printing (New York: Bloch Publishing Company), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1974.

26 10

Hoffman, Lawrence A., Gates of understanding 2: appreciating the Days of Awe (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), Inscribed: "Michael Strassfeld", 1984.

29 9

Isaacs, Ronald H., Gates of heaven: a handbook for unveilings and visiting the cemetery (Jersey City, N.J.: KTAV Publishing House), 2004.

23 12

Isaacs, Ronald H., Kos tanhumin: a service of comfort: afternoon and evening prayers with spiritual reflections for the house of mourning (Jersey City, N.J.: KTAV Publishing House), 2007.

26 9

Isaacs, Ronald H., and Kerry M. Olitzky, A Jewish mourner's handbook (Hoboken, N.J.: KTAV Publishing House), 1991.

23 11

Jakobovits, Immanuel, Order of the Jewish marriage service: with introductory notes on the meaning of the marriage ceremony (New York: Bloch Publishing Company), 1959.

23 12

Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation, Supplementary prayers and readings for the High Holidays (New York: Reconstructionist Press), 1960.

28 17

Kehilat Kol HaNeshama, Ha-simhah shebe-lev: Mahzor: Hag ha-pesah, Shabat hol ha-mo'ed ve-shevi'i shel pesah (Heartfelt joy: High Holiday prayer book for the Festival of Passover, the Sabbath and intermediate days, and the seventh day of Passover) (Jerusalem: Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism), In Hebrew, undated.

24 1

Leeser, ed., Isaac, Services for the Fast days according to the Sephardi tradition, vol. 6 (London: Society of Heshaim), 1965.

27 14

Leeser, Isaac, Service for the eve of the Fast of Ab (New York: Congregation Shearith Israel), 1963.

23 5

Levine, Jonathan D., ed., Likrat Shabbat: worship, study, and song: for Sabbath and festival services and for the home, Compiled and translated by Rabbi Sidney Greenberg (Bridgeport, Conn.: Prayer Book Press), 1977.

26 4

Littell, Marcia Sachs, and Sharon Weissman Gutman, Liturgies on the Holocaust: an interfaith anthology, New and revised edition (Valley Forge, Pa.: Trinity Press International), 1996.

29 26

Livnot U'Lehibanot, The z'mirot handbook: z'mirot Livnot (Owings Mills, Md.: Tara Publications), undated.

29 5

Lubin, Abraham, Siddur 101: a guidebook to the payer book for the Sabbath (New York: The Cantors Assembly), 2000.

23 12

Lustiger, Arnold, ed., Kasirer edition Rosh Hashanah Machzor: with a commentary adapted from the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik (New York: K'hal Publishing, in conjunction with the Orthodox Union), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 2007.

26 3

Mangel, Nissen, Siddur Tehillat Hashem: nusach ha-Ari zal: according to the text of Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, Seventh printing (Brooklyn, N.Y.: Merkos L'Inoyonei Chinuch), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1990.

28 1

Mercaz, the Zionist Organization of the Conservative Movement, Israel Memorial Day and Israel Independence Day (New York: Mercaz, the Zionist Organization of the Conservative movement), undated.

23 5

Miller, Lyndall, A young children's Shabbat Siddur (New York: United Synagogue of America, Commission on Jewish Education), 1991.

23 5

National Jewish Resource Center, Shiron (New York: National Jewish Resource Center), 1980.

23 2

Philips, A. Th., Daily prayers with English translation, Revised edition (New York: Hebrew Publishing Company), Hebrew and English on facing pages, undated.

27 13

Plaut, W. Gunther, Children's services for the High Holy Days, New revised edition ([New York]: KTAV Publishing House), 2 copies, 1975.

23 5

Rabbinical Assembly, Megillat HaShoah: the Shoah Scroll (New York: Rabbinical Assembly), 2003.

23 5

Rabbinical Assembly, Siddur lev shalem for Shabbat & festivals: first fruits: Erev Shabbat (New York: Rabbinical Assembly), 2013.

29 19

Rabbinical Assembly, Siddur Sim shalom: for Shabbat and festivals (New York: Rabbinical Assembly, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1998.

26 2

Rabbinical Assembly of America, Weekday prayer book, Fourth printing (New York: Rabbinical Assembly of America), 1966.

26 12

Raphael, Chaim, The Sabbath evening service: with a new translation and commentary (New York: Behrman House), 1985.

29 20

Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore, Mahzor supplement for Rosh Hashanah, 5754 ([Plandome, N.Y.]: Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore), 1993.

24 7

Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore, Mahzor supplement for Rosh Hashanah, 5758 ([Plandome, N.Y.]: Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore), 1997.

24 7

Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore, Mahzor supplement for Rosh Hashanah, 5759 ([Plandome, N.Y.]: Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore), 2 copies, 1998.

24 7

Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore, Mahzor supplement for Rosh Hashanah, 5761 ([Plandome, N.Y.]: Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore), 2000.

24 7

Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore, Mahzor supplement for Rosh Hashanah, 5767 ([Plandome, N.Y.]: Reconstuctionist Synagogue of the North Shore), 2006.

24 7

Reform Movement for Progressive Judaism in Israel, Kavanat Halev: Machzor Ha-T'fillot Leyamin Nora'im (The intention of the heart: a Machzor for High Holy Days) (Jerusalem: Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism), In Hebrew, undated.

28 3

Riemer, Jack, ed., New prayers for the High Holy Days (New York: Media Judaica), 1970.

23 5

Roberts, Stephen, ed., Tehillim: Psalms of hope, comfort and courage (Jersey City, N.J.: KTAV Publishing House), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 2005.

23 4

Rubinstein, Peter, et al., Shabbat morning Siddur (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 2007.

23 3

Scherman, Nosson, The complete ArtScroll machzor: Rosh Hashanah (Brooklyn, N.Y.: Mesorah Publications), 1986.

26 1

Scherman, Nosson, The complete ArtScroll machzor: Yom Kippur (Brooklyn, N.Y.: Mesorah Publications), 1987.

26 13

Shapiro, Marc Dov, Gates of Shabbat: a guide for observing Shabbat (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), Inscribed: "Michael Strassfeld", 1991.

28 21

Shapiro, Rami M., Open hands: a Jewish guide on dying, death and bereavement (Miami, Fla.: Temple Beth Or), 1986.

23 10

Shapiro, Rami M., Open hearts: a Jewish guide to comforting mourners (Redmond, Wash.: Medic Publishing Co.), 1992.

23 12

Shechter, Jack, Shabbat shalom: the song and ceremony for Sabbath observance, Second expanded edition (Pittsburgh, Pa.: Young Adult Congregation of B'nai Israel Synagogue), 1974.

23 9

Silverman, Morris, High holiday prayer book: Rosh Hashanah-New Year's Day, Yom Kippur-Day of Atonement (Hartford: Prayer Book Press), 1959.

26 6

Silverman, Morris, Prayers of consolation, for shiva, yahrzeit and kever avot; with readings and meditations, traditional Minh?a, Maariv and Shah?ris service (Hartford, Conn.: Prayer Book Press), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1956.

26 11

Silverman, Morris, Prayers of consolation, for shiva, yahrzeit and kever avot; with readings and meditations, traditional Minh?a, Maariv and Shah?ris service (Bridgeport, Conn.: Prayer Book Press), Hebrew and English on facing pages, 1972.

30 8

Silverman, Morris, and Hillel E. Silverman, Prayer book for summer camps and institutes (Hartford, Conn.: Prayer Book Press), 1963.

30 9

Singer, Simeon, Nathan Marcus Adler and A. Th. Philips, Mahzor Abodat Israel: Prayers for the Day of Atonement (New York: Hebrew Publishing Company), 1931.

27 4

Society for the Advancement of Judaism, Musaf Amidah for Shabbat ([New York]: Society for the Advancement of Judaism), 2 copies, undated.

23 6

Society for the Advancement of Judaism, Rosh Hashanah Musaf: excerpted from Kol Haneshamah: Prayerbook for the Days of Awe, Reconstructionist Press (New York: Society for the Advancement of Judaism), undated.

23 6

Society for the Advancement of Judaism, Songbook: and we shall sing a new song in His presence - Hallelujah (New York: Society for the Advancement of Judaism), 1977.

23 2

Society for the Advancement of Judaism Liturgical Subcommittee, Malchuyot, zichronot, shofarot (New York: Society for the Advancement of Judaism), 1980.

28 22

Stern, Chaim, ed., Gates of heaven: services for children and their parents on the Days of Awe (New York: KTAV Publishing House), 1979.

23 12

Stern, Chaim, ed., Gates of prayer for Shabbat and weekdays: a gender sensitive prayerbook (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), Inscribed: "Michael Strassfeld", 1994.

27 7

Stern, Chaim, ed., Gates of prayer for weekdays (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 1993.

23 12

Stern, Chaim, ed., Gates of repentance: the new union prayerbook for the Days of Awe (New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis), 1978.

26 5

Teutsch, David A., ed., Kol haneshamah: Shabbat eve (Wyncote, Pa.: Reconstructionist Press), 1989.

29 2

UAHC-CCAR Commission on Religious Living, Iv'du b'simchah: worship with joy ([New York]: UAHC Press), 2000.

24 3

United Synagogue of America, Blessings for meals (New York: United Synagogue of America), undated.

23 5

Weiman-Kelman, Levi, Mahhzor dor mehhadesh: le-Rosh ha-shanah ule-Yom ha-kipurim ([K?ibuts Gezer]: [K?ibuts Gezer]), Hebrew and English on facing pages, undated.

29 22

Weiss, Avraham (Avi), Haggadah for the Yom HaShoah seder (Hackensack, N.J.: Coalition for Jewish Concerns--Amcha / Jonas Publishing), 2000.

23 12

Wolfson, Ron, The art of Jewish living: the Shabbat seder [255 pages] (New York: Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs), 1985.

29 18

Wolfson, Ron, The art of Jewish living: the Shabbat seder [31 pages] (New York: Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs), 1985.

23 3

Young Judaea, Sdvr hvdh htz'r [Young Judean Siddur], Third printing (New York: Young Judaea - the Zionist Youth Movement), 1995.

29 34

Zion, Noam Sachs, and Shawn Fields-Meyer, A day apart: Shabbat at home; a step-by-step guidebook with blessings and songs, rituals and reflections (Jerusalem: Shalom Hartman Institute), 2004.

30 1

T. Non-Jewish books.

Box Item

Burdick, Eugene, and Harvey Wheeler, Fail-safe (New York: Dell Publishing), 1964.

30 30

Gibran, Kahlil, The prophet (New York: Alfred A. Knopf), Inscribed: "Strassfeld", 1963.

30 35

Golding, William, Lord of the flies (New York: Capricorn Books), 1959.

30 34

Hesse, Hermann, Siddhartha, Translated by Hilda Rosner (New York: New Directions Books), Inscribed: "Michael Strassfeld"; back cover missing, 1957.

30 33

Hochhuth, Rolf, The deputy, Translated by Richard and Clara Winston (New York: Grove Press), 1964.

25 13

Kazantzakis, Nikos, The last temptation of Christ, translated from the Greek by P.A. Bien (New York: Simon and Schuster), 1968.

30 28

Kennedy, John F., Profiles in courage, Memorial edition (New York: Harper & Row), Laid in: Maimonides School demerit slip, 1963, 1964.

25 7

Kozol, Jonathan, Death at an early age: the destruction of the hearts and minds of negro children in the Boston public schools (New York: Bantam Books), Inscribed: "Joanne Parnes", 1968.

30 19

Lederer, William J., and Eugene Burdick, The ugly American (Greenwich, Conn.: Fawcett Publications), 1966.

30 25

Orwell, George, Animal farm: a fairy story (New York: Penguin Books), Inscribed: "Noam", 1946.

30 26

Tolkien, J.R.R., The fellowship of the ring: being the first part of the Lord of the rings (New York: Ballantine Books), 1983.

30 31

Series VIII. Photographs from the publication of The Jewish Catalog.

A. Photographs by Bill Aron.

Box Folder

Untitled image of sign "The Rabbi Moved, please inquire at P.O.B. 1266, N.Y. N.Y. 10009", undated.

32 1

Untitled scene of several men standing in front of a Torah ark, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of a Hasidic man adjusting his sidelocks (peyes), undated.

32 1

Untitled image of elderly people sitting on a sidewalk bench, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of children looking across Hudson Bay to the Statue of Liberty, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of a man in a cloth factory, undated.

32 1

Tsedekah, or Charity, box, undated.

32 1

Scotty's store on the Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of bearded man picking out ethrog for Sukkot, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of bread baker, 1977.

32 1

Buying Ethrog during Sukkot on the Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Entertainer at Hasidic wedding, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of man and woman carrying plants for Sukkot, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of group praying in Synagogue, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of Torah scribe, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of rubble in Synagogue, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of Jewish delicatessen menu dated February 11, 1932, undated.

32 1

Untitled protest scene with trees, undated.

32 1

Untitled protest scene with sign "We Won't be Silent!", undated.

32 1

Lower East Side store, undated.

32 1

World of Hasidim, undated.

32 1

Diaspora - Israel relations, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of men in fur hats with young girl, undated.

32 1

Tsedakah box, undated.

32 1

Muncasz Talis Factory on the Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Gus' Pickles on Canal St. on Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Deli on Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

East Broadway subway stop on Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Selling Knishes on the Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Dressed for the rain, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of bus passing in front of skyscraper with bullet hole superimposed, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of synagogue in former Lincoln Memorial AME Church, undated.

32 1

Anshe Lubetz, the Eldridge Street Shul, undated.

32 1

Alliance Church (with Chinese characters) at the former Forward Building, Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Synagogue along the oceanfront in Los Angeles, undated.

32 1

Synagogue along the oceanfront in Los Angeles, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of two men in front of Templo Union Hebrea Chevet-Ahim, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of rubble in Synagogue, undated.

32 1

Bargaining for fish, undated.

32 1

Bocce on the Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Tsdekah: selling used clothing in Seward Park where once Socialist rallies were common, undated.

32 1

Los Angeles, undated.

32 1

Educational Alliance on the Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Sukkot in Los Angeles (boy with lulav), undated.

32 1

Canal & Essex Streets on Lower East Side, undated.

32 1

Untitled mirror image of clouds, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of pickles, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of books on bookshelf, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of leaves backlit by the sun, undated.

32 1

The Purim Tish, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of a man busking with a small glockenspiel, undated.

32 1

The older residents of the Lower East Side are quick to point out that at one time all of the shop signs were in Yiddish. Every Sunday, Orchard Street is closed to traffic and people come from all over the city to shop there, undated.

32 1

Untitled image of a Hasidic man waiting for a subway train, undated.

32 1

B. Havurah photographs.

Box Folder

Weiss's Farm, 1977 July 4.

32 2

Purim at Havurat Shalom, by photographer Jeff Green, undated.

32 2

Purim in New York Havurah Community of Upper West Side, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Indian Orchard Network Conference, by photographer Amy Stone, 1972 June.

32 2

Dvar Torah, by photographer Amy Stone, undated.

32 2

Untitled outdoor group scene, by photographer Amy Stone, undated.

32 2

Allan Lehmann, undated.

32 2

Pidyon Habat at the Havurah, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Tashlich along the Hudson for a community of families, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Havurah Retreat, by photographer William S. Aron, undated.

32 2

Shavuous Services for a Havurah community, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Havurah spontaneous dancing during Shavuous retreat, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Simchas Torah dancing at a Havurah, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Simchas Torah at the Havurah apartment, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Torah reading for a Havurah community, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Two Havurah members pray together, by photographer Bill Aron, 1977.

32 2

Havurah retreat, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Free play at Havurah retreat, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Havurah at wedding of a member, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Untitled scene around a dinner table, unknown year November 20.

32 2

Welcoming the Sun Rosh Hashanah, by photographer L. Weeltner, undated.

32 2

Untitled scene of two individuals on a grassy hill, undated.

32 2

Zalman Schachter-Salomi, undated.

32 2

Volleyball at Havurah retreat, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Yitzchah Ahren, undated.

32 2

Mary Gendler, undated.

32 2

Everett Gendler, undated.

32 2

Barry Holtz, undated.

32 2

Members of Havurah from around the country gather for a conference and workshop with Arthur Waskow, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Workshop at a Havurah conference with people from around the country, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

The West Philadelphia Minyan, 1977 June.

32 2

A Havurah community get away for a picnic, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Arthur Green, undated.

32 2

A Vegetarian Havurah gather to celebrate Tish B'Av, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Story time for a parent teach cooperative Havurah school, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Untitled scene of three individuals sledding in snow, credited to J.S.P. Graphic Service, undated.

32 2

Studying together, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Childcare at Havurah conference, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Volley ball with a Havurah community during a retreat, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 2

Alan Mintz, by photographer William S. Aron, undated.

32 2

C. Miscellaneous photographs.

Box Folder

Amy Eilberg, by photographer Joyce Culver, undated.

32 3

Soviet Jewry/How to make waves, credited to Greater New York Conference for Soviet Jews, undated.

32 3

Untitled scene of protest on Washington, DC mall, by photographer Richard Lobell, undated.

32 3

Soviet Jewry, by photographer Isaac Berez, undated.

32 3

Untitled image of sign "Project Ezra," by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 3

Soviet Jewry, by photographer Isaac Berez, undated.

32 3

Hasidic sect stages anti-Israel protest in New York, credited to Religious News Service Photo, undated.

32 3

Untitled protest scene with sign "Now Death takes a seat in the U.N.," by photographer A. Thomas Koevary, undated.

32 3

Untitled protest scene with sign "No P.L.O. in U.N. We will never forgive the murder of innocents," by photographer A. Thomas Koevary, undated.

32 3

Walk for Israel, J.C.C., Denver, Colorado, undated.

32 3

Untitled protest scene with signs "Solidarity with Soviet Jews: Coalition to Free Soviet Jews," and "Re-open the gates!", undated.

32 3

Soviet Jewry, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 3

Untitled protest scene with sign "Smash Arab Aggression," by photographer A. Thomas Koevary, undated.

32 3

Richard J. Israel, undated.

32 3

Avram B. Lyon, Associate Dean of Continuing Education, Pratt Institute, by photographer John Milisenda, 1979 November.

32 3

Untitled scene of two men having a conversation outdoors, credited to J.S.P. Graphic Services, undated.

32 3

Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry, by photographer Isaac Berez, undated.

32 3

Untitled protest scene with signs "Trade Jews for Oil? Never," and "Pilferers, Lawbreakers Outlaw don't belong in the U.N.," by photographer A. Thomas Koevary, undated.

32 3

Untitled protest scene with sign "Freedom in '78 for Soviet Jews!", undated.

32 3

Soviet Jewry, by photographer Isaac Berez, undated.

32 3

Untitled scene of group around a podium with sign "The Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry / Free Them Now", undated.

32 3

Rally for Anatoly Shcharansky, by photographer Alexander Archer, 1978 July.

32 3

Untitled protest scene with sign "Wanted! Leonid Brezhnev" and men wearing mortarboards and graduation gowns, with signs that read "Shapiro," Poltinnikov," "Levich," "Libov," and "Soroko", undated.

32 3

Untitled scene of man with Star of David t-shirt, men in suits clapping, and a guitarist, by photographer Roy N. De Blieck, Long Island Jewish World, undated.

32 3

Soviet Jewry/How to make waves, Silva Zalmonson in bed surrounded by group of women, with sign "Silva Zalmanson Hunger Strike Day #9," credited to Greater New York Conference for Soviet Jewry, by photographer Isaac Berez, undated.

32 3

In front of the Forward building, a young Misha Avramoff of Project Ezra takes a friend for a walk on Lower East Side, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 3

Synagogue, by photographer A. Thomas Koevary, undated.

32 3

Untitled scene of two individuals in front of a Torah scroll, with sign "New York Society for the Deaf," by photographer Herbert Halweil, undated.

32 3

Tashlich along the ocean in Los Angeles, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 3

Synagogue in Berlin, credited to Inter Nationes, undated.

32 3

Untitled image of hand with prayer notes inserted in the Western Wall of Jerusalem, credited to Israel Government Tourist Office, undated.

32 3

The Forward Building on the Lower East Side, by photographer Bill Aron, undated.

32 3

New JCC Senior Adult Program, credited to Jewish Welfare Board, undated.

32 3

Untitled image of two elderly individuals speaking on a sidewalk, by photographer Marie Norkin Warach, 1979.

32 3

Untitled portrait of a young boy, by photographer Richard Sobol, undated.

32 3

Untitled image of a bearded man kissing the Western Wall of Jerusalem, credited to Israel Government Tourist Office, undated.

32 3

Pope prays at Auschwitz' Death Wall, credited to Religious New Service Photo, undated.

32 3

Lecture in the Yeshiva in Moscow when it was opened in 1956, Moscow synagogue, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Montefiore Home for Chronic Invalids, House Staff, credited to New York Federation of Jewish Philanthropies and Montefiore Hospital, The Archives of Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, 1901.

32 3

Untitled portrait of older bearded man, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Untitled portrait of older man in hat, by photographer Richard Sobol, undated.

32 3

Untitled image of man in sport coat and tie, credited to National Jewish Welfare Board, undated.

32 3

Untitled scene of man in classroom of women, undated.

32 3

Untitled portrait of a young girl in head scarf, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Chief Rabbi Kook, by Pacific & Atlantic Photos, Inc., credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Untitled portrait of a bearded man, by photographer Debbie Cooper, undated.

32 3

Emma Lazarus, author of "The New Colossus," carved on the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, credited to Museum of the City of New York, undated.

32 3

Untitled portrait of a young Hasidic boy, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Untitled image of a young boy holding a shoe, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Untitled scene of a group having a conversation while seated on wooden crates, by photographer Marie Norkin Warach, 1979.

32 3

Untitled portrait of an elderly woman, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Untitled image of young woman in uniform holding a goat, credited to Israel Information Services, Consulate General of Israel, New York, New York, undated.

32 3

Untitled portrait of a young boy, by photographer Debbie Cooper, undated.

32 3

A Hassidic Rabbi of Jerusalem, credited to Israel Information Services, Consulate General of Israel, New York, New York, 1959 October.

32 3

The old man in this photo fled at the time of Poland's invasion & arrived in Eretz Israel after a long & wearisome journey. His sons & daughters & grand children remained behind in the Nazi hell & he has not had any news from them since. He is sitting on a bench in front of the Aged Home, only too obviously thinking of the tragedy of Israel, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Williamsburg Y - Hassidim Art Class and Show, credited to Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, undated.

32 3

German Jewish school of the sixteenth century (after a contemporary woodcut), photographs of line drawing, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Untitled portrait of bearded man, Buber, unknown year May 29.

32 3

Franz Kafka, credited to S. Fischer Verlag, 1914.

32 3

A.D. Gordon, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Chaim Weizmann, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Untitled image of bearded man behind a desk with books on shelves, credited to Yeshiva University, undated.

32 3

Untitled scene of basketball players in Yeshiva jerseys, credited to Joan Vitale, Yeshiva University, undated.

32 3

Untitled image of woman gardening, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 3

Spice seller, Mahane Yehudah Market, Jerusalem, by photographer Joshua Plaut, 1993.

32 3

Untitled image of a wooden house, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of prayerbook with prayer notes tucked into the Western Wall of Jerusalem, by photographer Ed Toben, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of bottle of Landau Natural Foods, Kosher Vitamins, by photographer Ed Toben, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of title page of book A Grammar of the Hebrew Tongue, Boston, 1735, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of advertisement, "Burger Ranch, Jerusalem, A Great Place to Eat," by photographer Ed Toben, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of store front sign "Donut Duck," by photographer Ed Toben, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of store "American Dream Real Ice Cream, 33 Flavors," by photographer Ed Toben, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of store "Mandy's Candy Store," by photographer Ed Toben, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of store "The Cookie Craze, The First Chocolate Chip Cookie Store in Israel," by photographer Ed Toben, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of car window signs including "Love Your Fellow Yid," and "Stop! It's Shabbos," by photographer Ed Toben, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of journal cover, "Nasz Prezeglad Ilustrowany, Miss Judea," credited to Yivo Institute for Jewish Research, undated.

32 4

Swim a lap for Israel at a Jewish Community Center in US, 1973 November.

32 4

Alms box, silver, 1860, Eastern European, credited to Public Relations Department of the Jewish Theological Seminary and the Jewish Museum, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of anatomy engraving with text in Hebrew, undated.

32 4

Sepher "Shenai Luhot Habrit," by Isaiah Horowitz, Amsterdam, 1678, credited to Yeshiva University Museum, undated.

32 4

Moses and Aaron and the Ten Commandments, by Aaron de Chaves, 1675, credited to Yeshiva University Museum, undated.

32 4

Liberty Enlightening the World, Inauguration of the Bartholdi Statue, Harbor of New York, 1887, undated.

32 4

Jews being rounded up by German troops in Warsaw, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of two men with butchered chicken, by photographer Richard Sobol, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of man and woman in fur lined hats, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Yemenite children doing a folk dance at a camp nursery school in an Israel immigrant reception camp, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Manuscript by Emma Lazarus of her poem, "The New Colossus," which was carved on the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, credited to the Museum of the City of New York, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of women and girls sewing at tables with United State flags, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of group of man, woman and children, credited to Yivo, 1933.

32 4

Untitled image of bearded man with prayer shawl, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Teachers or where to lean on Sefarim, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of man in cap reading, by photographer Richard Sobol, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of women with chicken, by photographer Richard Sobol, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of man dancing with bottle of Kirsch sparkling club soda on his head, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of group of bearded men, one speaking at a microphone, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of bearded man reading to young child, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of bearded baker, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Russian immigrant to Israel, Lod Airport on arrival, by photographer Sherry Suris, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of older bearded man, by photographer Sherry Suris, undated.

32 4

Untitled portrait of young man in cap, by photographer Sherry Suris, 1973.

32 4

Untitled scene at a wedding, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Wedding, peeping over curtain that divides males and females, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Untitled scene of men dancing at wedding, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Yom Kippur, Slugin Kappores, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Sukkot, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Sukkot, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Kindling Hanukkah candles, by photographer Irving I. Herzberg, undated.

32 4

Rosh Hashanah, credited to Religious News Service Photo, undated.

32 4

Untitled scene with Israeli soldiers, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of bearded man kissing the Western Wall of Jerusalem, undated.

32 4

Israeli relatives awaiting refugees, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Untitled scene of woman with children, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Dr. Chaim Weizman and Harry Truman, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of men, women and children aboard a ship, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of hand with prayer notes inserted in the Western Wall of Jerusalem, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of young girl in head scarf, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of young boy with pencil, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of children with toys, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Yemenite children doing a folk dance at a camp nursery school in an Israel immigrant reception camp, credited to Zionist Archives and Library, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of children peering out a gated window, by photographer Ed Toben, undated.

32 4

Untitled portrait of a young boy, undated.

32 4

Untitled image of a young child asleep in a box, undated.

32 4

Jewish celebration set up, Sukkot, by photographer Percy Harden, credited to US Army Photograph, 1966 September 29.

32 4

Soviet Jewry/Hadasah, undated.

32 5

Soviet Jewry/Hadasah, undated.

32 5

Untitled protest scene with sign "Stop the murder of Jews in Syria," by photographer A. Thomas Koevary, undated.

32 5

Untitled scene of women in a medical [?] class, credited to Yivo, undated.

32 5

Untitled scene of mother (Judith Kahn) and child, by photographer Freda Bluestone Birnbaum, undated.

32 5

Trudi Weiss Rosen[brin?], undated.

32 5

Untitled portrait of bearded man with glasses, undated.

32 5

Albert Axelrod, credited to Photography, Etc., undated.

32 5

Arthur Kurzweil, undated.

32 5

Daniel Siegel, undated.

32 5

Mass Action, by photographer A. Thomas Koevary, undated.

32 5

Soviet Jewry/Hadasah, undated.

32 5

Untitled scene of speaker at podium with sign "Coalition to Free Soviet Jews", undated.

32 5

Torah dedication, Allenwood Federal Prison, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, 1976 January.

32 5

Untitled protest scene of crowd with fists raised, by photographer A. Thomas Koevary, undated.

32 5

Allenwood Prison Torah Dedication, 1976 January, undated.

32 5

Untitled scene of two older bearded men with flags of the United States and Israel, undated.

32 5

Living in a Small Town, credited to Institute for Jewish Research, undated.

32 5

Visiting Hasidic Communities, "Square adolescent on street," credited to Yivo, undated.

32 5

Untitled portrait of older man in uniform, undated.

32 5

Israel/Hadassah, undated.

32 5

Israel/Hadassah, undated.

32 5

Untitled portrait of a bearded man in hat, credited to Israel Information Services, Consulate General of Israel, New York, New York, undated.

32 5

Untitled image of a bearded man in coat with Star of David patch, Poland, 1949-45, undated.

32 5

Untitled image of interior of a synagogue, credited to Israelowitz, undated.

32 5

Untitled image of building with sign "Soup Kitchen for the Jewish Poor", undated.

32 5

The Synagogue of Orla, Bialystok province, postcard, credited to Yivo Institute for Jewish Research, undated.

32 5

Yiddish or How to Raise Money, Tzedakah, credited to Yivo, undated.

32 5

Henry Clay cigar band from Bar Mitzvah album of Max Wronker, credited to Yivo, undated.

32 5

Seltzer bottle with Star of David, credited to Yeshiva University, undated.

32 5

A couple in front of their house and store in Jeziory, Bialystok province, postcard, credited to Yivo Institute for Jewish Research, undated.

32 5

A bride and groom with their families, Wolkowysk, Bialystok province, 1910, postcard, credited to Yivo Institute of Jewish Research, undated.

32 5

Untitled image of several men seated around a table, credited to Yivo, undated.

32 5

And so they have music wherever they go, A Jewish band of Rathin, Galicia, undated.

32 5

Man with an ethrog and lulov, Sukkot, Warsaw, credited to Yivo Institute for Jewish Research, undated.

32 5

D. Oversized photographs.

Drawer Folder

The Tower by Kenneth Snelson, Hischorn Museum, Washington, DC, by photographer Adam Baruch Laipson, 1971.

107

Untitled image of young boys in Mea She'arim neighborhood, Jerusalem, by photographer Herbert S. Sonnenfeld, undated.

107

Untitled image of man's chest with Star of David necklace, by photographer Leni Sonnenfeld, undated.

107

Untitled double exposure portrait of Sigmund Freud, photograph mounted on board, by photographer William S. Aron, undated.

107

Purim celebrations outside Lubovitch Synagogue, Brooklyn, New York, by photographer Sy Rubin, 1973.

107

Series IX: Audio material (cds, cassettes, and records).

Conditions Governing Access note

Access to original audio/visual materials in this series is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering.

Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

A. Chassidic/Traditional cassettes (in English).

Conditions Governing Access note

Access to original audio/visual materials in this subseries is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering.

Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Box Item

Abayudaya Jews, homemade cassette, undated.

60 1

Avraham Greenbaum, Visions of Rabbi Nachman: excerpts from Chayei Morharan (Jerusalem: Breslov Research Institute, ), 1984.

60 10

Barsela Hannan, Chabad melodies ([In Hebrew]: [In Hebrrew], ), undated?.

60 31

Ben Zion Shenker, Modzitz classics: eighteen songs, vol. 1 ([New York]: Mosdos Modzitz, NM1211), 1992.

61 19-20

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