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The Hermann Broch Archive contains correspondence; manuscripts of books, plays, poems, articles and essays, book reviews, and short stories; writings of others; personal papers; photographs; and videocassettes.
A collection of manuscripts and printed documents from the Jewish community of Botosani, located in northern Romania, from the first third of the twentieth century. The materials include items concerning communal institutions, such as the Jewish hospital, school, burial society and cemetery, and many documents related to decisions of the community council. The collection also includes large printed broadsides with names and information concerning local elections.
The collection consists of documents from the large Jewish community of Iași, Romania, 1862-1950. About half of the documents in this collection pertain to Jewish communal life in Iași in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, while the rest date from the time of World War II or the postwar period. The first part of the collection contains approximately 100 documents in Romanian. The second part contains 19 documents in Yiddish.
This collection consists of monographs, clippings, pamphlets, e-mail correspondence and other materials related to the city of Jedwabne, Poland, the murder of the town's Jews in July 1941, and Jewish-Polish relations in general. Of particular interest are the materials related to a memorial ceremony on July 10, 2001, honoring the murdered Jews of Jedwabne.
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, and research notes relating to Aleksandr Pushkin, V. I. Lenin, and the town of Liubavich. Also included are materials for a guidebook to Jewish activities and documents preserved in the archives of the government of Tsarist Russia.
The papers consist of diaries (two volumes) describing Louis Ehrich's junior and senior years at Yale College and his participation in the life of the Jewish communities of New Haven and New York. Also included in the papers is a scrapbook of memorabilia of his student years at New Haven Hopkins Grammar School and Yale College, 1865-1869.
The records consist of subject files, correspondence, administrative files, and publications documenting the activities of the Institute for Mediterranean Affairs.
This collection consists of manuscripts and documents concerning Jewish communities in Germany from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century, including correspondence, financial documents, communal documents, government documents, and rabbinic documents. Topics covered in the collection include property and financial matters; Jewish-Gentile relations; Halakhic decisions; and an incident similar to blood libel that occurred in the community of Goslar during the seventeenth century.
The papers consist almost entirely of letters between Alexander Johnson and members of his family, with a small number relating to his business affairs and publications. Also included is a genealogical chart showing the ancestry of his first wife, Abigail Louisa Adams.