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Abstract Rabbi Aaron Gorovitz was born in Lithuania in 1870. He immigrated to New York at the age of 22. Before moving to Boston, he was one of the founders of Etz Chaim Yeshiva (later the Rabbi Isaac Elchonon Rabbinical College) and Yeshiva Jacob Joseph, organized the St. John, New Brunswick branch of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, and served as a rabbi in St. John, New Jersey, North Adams, Massachusetts and Woonsocket, Rhode Island before moving to Boston in 1907. Until the end of his life he was...
Abstract Created to provide mutual aid and education, The Workmen's Circle was established in New York in 1900 and officially chartered in 1905. Massachusetts established an Independent Workmen's Circle in 1903 to maneuver around prohibitive insurance laws, but was able to unify with the national organization in 1921. Several chapters were operational in Massachusetts by 1911. The Boston District often mirrored National's development, including the establishment of cemeteries, a chorus, a camp, and I.L....
Overview This collection contains meeting minutes, transcripts, and semi-annual reports documenting the activities and administration of the George Peabody Lodge, No. 667 branch of the Independent Order of B'rith Abraham (IOBA). This collection also contains semi-annual reports to the U.S. Grand Lodge of the IOBA for 1927 and 1929. The collection was established by the Jewish Heritage Center of the North Shore, previously known as the North Jewish Historical Society, through many separate donations of...
Abstract In the late 19th- and early 20th-centuries, Brockton, Massachusetts was an industrial center that drew Jewish artisans and laborers to the city. They formed an organization known as the Labor League. This collection contains ledger books with member names and financial records.
Identifier: I-442 and I-442A
Abstract Temple Emanuel was founded in 1920 in Lawrence, Massachusetts. It began by serving a small immigrant Jewish community that has since grown to an affluent and lively congregation of about 600 families. This growth occurred largely under the tenure of Rabbi Harry A. Roth, who lead the congregation from 1962 until 1990 and oversaw the temple’s move to Andover, Massachusetts. This collection includes correspondence, photographs, and sermons.
Abstract The Women's Palestine Agricultural Association, called Palagrass, was an organization founded in Boston in the 1920s. Inspired by the work of Rahel Ben-Zvi, Palagrass was established to aid in the agricultural development of Palestine, and later, Israel. This collection contains correspondence, financial records, programs, photographs and membership information.
- Subject: Ledgers (account books) X
- Ben-Zvi, Raḥel Yanait, 1886-1979 1
- Bernstein, Julius 1
- Boston Workmen's Circle (Brookline, Mass.) 1
- Brooke, Edward W. (Edward William), 1919-2015 1
- Burke, James A., 1910-1983 1
- Central Conference of American Rabbis 1
- Chizik, Hanna, 1889-1951 1
- Donohue, Harold 1
- Gorovitz, Aaron 1
- Hochberg, Bertha F. 1
- Independent Order Brith Abraham of the United States of America 1
- Independent Order of B’rith Abraham, George Peabody Lodge No. 667 (Peabody, Mass.) 1
- Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.) 1
- Joress, Bessie 1
- Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 1932-2009 1
- Labor League (Brockton, Mass.) 1
- Law, Bernard A. 1
- Leff, Clara 1
- Mo’etset ha-po’alot 1
- Peabody, George, 1795-1869 1
- Pioneer Women (Organization : U.S.) 1
- Roth, Harry A., 1924- 1
- Roth, Lillian 1
- Temple Emanuel (Andover, Mass.) 1
- Union for Reform Judaism 1
- Weinstock, Rose 1
- Women’s Palestine Agricultural Association 1
- Workmen's Circle (U.S.). Cemetery Department 1
- Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring 1
- Workmen’s Circle (U.S.) 1 ∧ less