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This collection consists of administrative material relating to Adas Israel Congregation in Duluth, Minnesota.
This collection documents the history of various members of the Agrant family, a Jewish family who lived in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
This collection consists of correspondence with Alan Rich during World War II as well as photographs and various ephemera.
This collection consists of photographs related to Alice Bernhard and her family, including photos taken before they emigrated to the United States.
This collection consists of administrative and rush materials related to the historically Jewish sorority Alpha Epsilon Phi at the University of Minnesota.
The Amos S. Deinard Papers reflects the life of this prominent Minneapolis lawyer, from family papers and newsclippings, to records from organizations he was deeply involved in such as the Minneapolis Federation for Jewish Services and the Minnesota Fair Employment Practices Commission, to a collection of pamphlets and publications documenting his interests in topics such as antisemitism and Zionism.
The collection contains photocopies and proofs for two books by Aranka Siegal.
The Arnold Lobel papers contain materials, both written and illustrative, related to Lobel's work as a creator of children's books.
This collection consists mostly of family photograph albums from Barbara Diamond.
These papers mainly consist of correspondence between Rose (nee Berman) Goldstein and her family, including her mother (Sarah Berman), father (Alexander Berman), her three brothers, and husband (David Goldstein). Additionally there are published materials and family history writings.
This collection consists of the materials of Bet Shalom, a Reform Judaism synagogue in Minnesota that was founded in 1981. The congregation grew under Rabbi Norman Cohen and found their permanent home in Minnetonka, a western suburb of the Twin Cities.
This collection consists of administrative materials from the Beth Jacob Congregation, previously known as Sons of Jacob, the second oldest Jewish congregation in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Bette Greene's papers focus on her work as an author of children's and young adult fiction, and contain production materials for five published titles.
This collection consists of photocopied secondary source materials collected from various sources all relating to the relations of the Jewish communities and Black communities in Minnesota.
This collection consists of administrative materials related to the Minot, North Dakota chapter of B'nai B'rith and its accompanying Sisterhood at Temple Beth Israel.
This collection consists of administrative and board materials from the Rochester chapter of B'nai B'rith, an international Jewish advocacy group.
This collection consists of records and newletters of related to the Superior, Wisconsin chapter of B'nai B'rith, an international Jewish advocacy group.
This collection consists of materials surrounding advocacy efforts of Minnesotans around the persecution of Jews in the Soviet Union during the 1970s.
These records consist of materials relating to the operation of the Brin Jewish Arts Endowment, a Minnesota-based Jewish arts grant.
This collection consists of documents, letters, and photographs of the Rudolph and Kaner families, Jewish families residing in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
This collection consists of various materials collected by Charles Frisch and his father Leo Frisch related to local Jewish organizations, synagogues, and Jewish history.
The collection contains production material for books illustrated by Charles Mikolaycak, as well as correspondence, and various personal and professional material.
The Charles Robinson papers contains pencil illustrations for one children's book illustrated by Robinson.
The collection contains written production material for two books written by Chester Aaron.
This collection consists of administrative materials accumulated by Clare Schwartz over her years of service for various Jewish social advocacy groups, in particular B'nai B'rith Women.
This collection consists of the papers of Clarice Zuckman, mostly centering around her experience as a student at North High School in North Minneapolis.
This collection consists of print production materials for three titles by Dana Reinhardt.
The David Adler Collection contains illustration photocopies and a corrected page proof for one children's book.
This collection consists of scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and photographs from David and Tessy Oxman.
- Subject: Jews X
- Collecting Area
- Upper Midwest Jewish Archives 161
- Children's Literature Research Collections 27
- Immigration History Research Center Archives 8
- Social Welfare History Archives 2
- Jews -- Minnesota 115
- Jews, American 28
- Jewish women 27
- Jews 26
- Children's literature, American 23
- Manuscripts for publication 21
- Authors, American -- 20th century 19
- Children's stories, American 18
- Jewish businessmen 14
- Jewish families 13
- Jews -- United States -- Juvenile fiction 13
- Human rights advocacy 10
- Jewish Americans 10
- Jewish men 10
- Jews -- Minnesota -- Duluth 10
- Social advocacy 9
- Zionism 9
- Friendship -- Juvenile fiction 8
- Jewish religious education 8
- Social justice 8 + ∧ less
- English 190
- Yiddish 18
- German 11
- Hebrew 7
- Multiple languages 4
- Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest 18
- 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
- Sholom 2
- Aaron, Chester 1
- Adler, David A. 1
- 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
- Bat-Ami, Miriam 1
- Bentley, Sean 1
- Berman, Gary 1
- Bernath, Michael 1
- Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990 1 + ∧ less