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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 Albert I. Gordon was a Rabbi, author, and sociologist. Rabbi of Temple Israel of Washington Heights, New York (1929-1930), Adath Jeshurun in Minneapolis, Minnesota (1930-1946) and Temple Emanuel in Newton, Massachusetts (1949-1968), Rabbi Gordon also served as Executive Director of the United Synagogue of America (1946-1949) and wrote numerous articles and pamphlets, as well as the books Jews in Transition, Jews in Suburbia, ...
Abstract Congregation Beth Israel was founded in 1843 and is Connecticut's oldest synagogue. Originally established as an Orthodox congregation, the synagogue eventually converted to Reform and was one of the founding members of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (Union for Reform Judaism) in 1877. This collection includes event flyers, programs for services, sermons, anniversary books with historical information, and bulletins.
Abstract This collection contains photographs, correspondence, news clippings, vital records, genealogical materials, sheet music, recordings, and manuscripts documenting the Freedman family of Springfield, Massachusetts. Included are materials on Joseph and Lena (Sakowitz) Freedman, and their children Jacob Freedman, a rabbi, scholar, translator, and writer; Samuel Freedman; Martin Freedman; and Sarah (Freedman) Aizenstat.
Abstract Israel Levine was a Hebrew teacher, poet and Yiddish writer from Malden, Massachusetts. This collection contains translations of works into Hebrew and Yiddish, published works in Hebrew and Yiddish, biographical material and correspondence.
Abstract The Kehillath Israel Synagogue Collection includes numerous photographs, publications and event information pertaining to services, fundraisers and anniversaries at the Synagogue from its first official year in 1924 to more recently, 2001. The primary bulk of the papers consist of photographs, K.I. Brotherhood papers and ephemera, and activities supported by the Synagogue. Kehillath Israel was home to noteworthy Rabbis, including Louis M. Epstein, Judah Nadich, and Manual Saltzman....
Abstract The Laymen’s Institute (now known as TheRetreat) is a summer weekend retreat started in 1946 and sponsored by the New England Region of the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs. The records include correspondence, speeches, short sermons, programs, ephemera, and cassette recordings of lectures. There is also a scrapbook and framed photo collage.
Abstract Temple Beth-El, located on the East Side of Providence, dates back to 1849, with the creation of the group Sons of Israel. On September 10, 1849, Solomon Pareira, Leonard Gavitts and Morris Steinberg were granted an acre of land along the New London Turnpike (now Reservoir Avenue) to establish a cemetery. In 1854, the Congregation of the Sons of Israel and David was established, leading to president Solomon Pareira's deeding of the cemetery land in 1857 for the sole utilization of the...
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 Temple Israel was founded as Congregation Adath Israel in 1854 when a group of German Jews broke from Congregation Ohabei Shalom. The congregation was also known as the Pleasant Street Synagogue. In 1859, the congregation purchased cemetery land in Wakefield, Massachusetts. The synagogue was, and remains, a Reform congregation, and has been home to well known Rabbis, including Joshua Loth Liebman and Roland B. Gittelsohn. This collection contains flyers, newsletters, pamphlets, sermons and a...
- Subject: Sermons X
- Union for Reform Judaism 2
- Adath Jeshurun Congregation (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1
- Aizenstat, Harry 1
- Aizenstat, Sarah Freedman 1
- Andover Newton Theological School 1
- Aronov, Moshe 1
- Beth El Synagogue (New Rochelle, N.Y.) 1
- Camp Ramah 1
- Camp Tel Noar 1
- Central Conference of American Rabbis 1
- Congregation Adath Israel (Boston, Mass.) 1
- Congregation Beth Israel (Hartford, Conn.) 1
- Dembowitz, Morris 1
- Epstein, Louis M., 1887-1949 1
- Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs (U.S.). New England Region 1
- Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs (U.S.) 1
- Freedman Family 1
- Freedman, Jacob, 1903- 1
- Freedman, Joseph 1
- Freedman, Lena Sakowitz 1
- Freedman, Martin 1
- Freedman, Samuel 1
- Gittelsohn, Roland Bertram, 1910-1995 1
- Gordon, Albert Isaac, 1903-1968 1
- Gorovitz, Aaron 1
- Grey, Mervin 1
- Jewish Theological Seminary of America 1
- Law, Bernard A. 1
- Laymen's Institute 1
- Laymen’s Institute of the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs, New England Region 1
- Levine, Israel 1
- Liebman, Joshua Loth, 1907-1948 1
- Massachusetts Board of Rabbis 1
- Nadich, Judah, 1912-2007 1
- Persky, Daniel, 1887-1962 1
- Reisen, Abraham, 1876-1953 1
- Roth, Harry A., 1924- 1
- Roth, Lillian 1
- Saltzman, Manual 1
- Shoshani, Abraham 1
- Tchernichowsky, Saul, 1875-1943 1
- Temple Beth El (Asbury Park, N.J.) 1
- Temple Beth El (Chelsea, Mass.) 1
- Temple Beth-El (Fall River, Mass.) 1
- Temple Beth-El (Providence, R.I.) 1
- Temple Emanuel (Andover, Mass.) 1
- Temple Emanuel (Newton, Mass.) 1
- Temple Israel (Boston, Mass) 1
- Temple Israel (New York, N.Y.) 1
- Temple Ohabei Shalom (Brookline, Mass.) 1
- Temple Sinai (Long Beach, Calif.) 1
- United Synagogue of America 1 ∧ less