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This collection contains administrative and board materials from Jewish advocacy and social service organizations that Louis Devitt was involved with in the Twin Cities.
This collection consists of autobiographical materials and personal papers of Louis Lerman, a local Jewish leader and lawyer.
This collection consists of materials related to Maddy Braufman's involvement with B'nai B'rith, an international Jewish advocacy group.
This collection includes letters, photographs, pamphlets, songbooks, telegrams, maps, plaques and other materials from Margie Apter's sorority years at the University of Minnesota.
This collection consists mostly of the research papers of Marilyn Chiat that were used for the publication of We Rolled Up Our Sleeves: A History of the United Jewish Fund and council of Saint Paul and its Beneficiary Agencies, which was published in 1985.
This collection consists of the papers of Marvin Pertzik, a Jewish attorney in St. Paul, Minnesota, and relate to the many boards and organizations he was involved with.
This collection consists of materials belonging to Mary Wilensky from the several organizations with which she was involved.
This collection consists of materials that relate to Jews in Duluth, Minnesota, including materials related to the Temple Israel synagogue of Duluth.
This collection consists of the administrative materials of the Minneapolis Jewish Federation, a non-profit organization that serves the Minneapolis Jewish and general communities.
This collection contains administrative and board materials, meeting minutes, correspondence, and bulletins from the Minnesota Jewish Group Homes, a place for developmentally disabled community members to reside and receive care.
This collection consists of administrative records detailing the Minnesota Rabbinical Association, a group comprised of Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform rabbis throughout the state.
This collection consists of various materials from synagogues throughout Minnesota including: Adath Jeshurun, Beth El, Sons of Abraham, Temple of Aaron, and Temple Israel.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Molly Friedman, a Jewish Minnesotan who lived in St. Paul.
This collection consists of administrative materials related to the Monarch Club from Minneapolis, Minn.
This collection consists of files related to Mount Zion Congregation in Sioux Falls SD, including the Tidings of Zion newsletter and various administrative materials.
This collection consists of materials from the University of Minnesota's Mu Beta Chi, a Jewish business fraternity.
This collection consists of administrative materials for the St. Paul, Minnesota section of the National Council of Jewish Women, a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates, inspired by Jewish values, who strive for social justice.
This collection consists of materials from the New Jewish Agenda, a national organization dedicated to promoting progressive values in the Jewish community.
This collection consists of various documents collected by Nina Samuels.
This collection consists of primary and secondary sources collected by the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest that relate to Jewish communities throughout North and South Dakota.
This collection consists of research materials collected by Marilyn J. Chiat and Chester Proshan on Jews who lived in small communities around Minnesota in an effor to document the lives of the earliest Jewish settlers in the area.
This collection includes the sermons, correspondence, and various administrative materials of Rabbi Morris Allen of Beth Jacob Congregation.
This collection mostly focuses upon Rabbi Moses B. Sachs' efforts in the Soviet Jewry movement of the late 1970s when he founded and led the Minnesota Soviet Jewry Action Committee.
This collection consists of eulogies written by Rabbi Sylvan Kamens from 1965 to 1983 during his tenures at Minnesota synagogues.
This collection includes materials of Ralph Estrin's, in particular as it relates to B'nai B'rith and their social gatherings and advocacy work.
This collection consists of letters and pamphlets relating to the discrimination of guests; specifically of the Jewish religion, to resorts, hotels, and lodges in northern Minnesota, Ontario, Canada, and north western Wisconsin.
This collection consists of materials from local historian Rhoda Lewin detailing her research on Jewish history in Minnesota.
This collection consists of materials from the B.W. Harris Manufacturing Company, a men's clothing company owned by Jewish businessman Richard Harris.
This collection consists of photographs and scrapbooks that document the families of Roslyn (nee Engler) Joseph Steinfeldt.
- Jews -- Minnesota 105
- Jews, American 26
- Jewish women 25
- Jews 24
- Jewish businessmen 14
- Jewish families 13
- Human rights advocacy 9
- Jewish Americans 9
- Jewish men 9
- Jews -- Minnesota -- Duluth 9
- Zionism 9
- Social advocacy 8
- Antisemitism 7
- Jewish religious education 7
- Jews -- North Dakota 7
- Jews -- United States 7
- Social justice 7
- University of Minnesota 7
- World War, 1939-1945. 7
- Social service 6 + ∧ less
- Yiddish 17
- German 8
- Hebrew 6
- French 3
- Polish 1
- Russian 1 + ∧ less
- Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest 17
- Beth Jacob Congregation 2
- Chiat, Marilyn J. 2
- Ingber, Judith Brin 2
- Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas 2
- Lewin, Rhoda G. 2
- Prochan, Chester 2
- Aggregate 1
- B'nai B'rith 1
- B'nai B'rith, Minot Lodge No. 842 (Minot, N.D.) 1
- B'nai B'rith, Rochester Lodge 1
- B.W. Harris Manufacturing Company 1
- Berman, Gary 1
- Bernath, Michael 1
- Brand, Lois 1
- Braufman, Madalyn 1
- Cinderella Cosmetics 1
- Cohen, Barbara 1
- Cohen, Sidney 1
- Davis, Ruth 1 + ∧ less