Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 105 Collections and/or Records:
Aaron Gorovitz Papers
Abraham Alpert Papers
Abraham and Frieda Wolper Papers
The Wolpers were a Jewish family from Chelsea, Massachusetts. In 1949, they issued a petition to the school board, raising concerns about Christmas carols and pageants in public schools. The resulting negative criticism from Jews and non-Jews, as well as the anti-Semitic letters sent to the Wolpers, eventually caused them to remove the petition. The collection includes the letters sent to the Wolpers, as well as newspaper clippings and correspondence with the school board.
Abraham Bornstein Papers
Abraham C. Ratshesky Papers
Abraham Kamberg Papers
Abraham Kamberg was a Springfield attorney and art collector. The bulk of this collection contains art catalogs, newsletters and prints of artwork donated by Kamberg to museums as well as for local exhibits. Two scrapbooks of news clippings highlighting events in Kamberg’s personal and professional life are also included, as well as some correspondence, photographs, and organizational material.
Action for Post-Soviet Jewry Records
This collection contains subject files, project files, correspondence, programs, brochures, meeting minutes, financial records, newsletters, case files, and photographs documenting the activities and administration of Action for Post-Soviet Jewry (formerly Action for Soviet Jewry), an organization dedicated to aiding and engaging with Jewish communities and individuals in former Soviet states.
Adolph Hubbard Papers
Albert I. Gordon Papers
Alpha Phi Pi, Alpha Delta Chapter (Lynn, Mass.) Records
Organized in Lynn, Massachusetts in 1931, the Alpha Delta Chapter was accepted into the national Alpha Phi Pi Jewish high school fraternity in 1932. After a period of dormancy, the Chapter was briefly reactivated in 1953 and an Alpha Delta Alumni group was formed in 1954. The material in this collection includes event programs and invitations, correspondence, photographs, news clippings and bulletins, Convention yearbooks, and a map and guide to Boston.