Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents The papers of Bernard S. Goldstein date 1937 to 1995. Although biographical content is limited in this collection, it does encompass Goldstein's devotion to Judaism, through his membership to various congregations and organizations and as a leader in the foundation of a local congregation. These papers show how Goldstein used not only his legal abilities but also his social position in the Louisville community to help benefit the local Jewish community.There are three series to this...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The papers of Maurice Grossman mainly document the activities of the organizations to which he belonged to, although there are some materials about his son, son-in-law, and some of his associations. These materials consist of newspapers, magazines, broadsides, newspaper clippings, and programs of all types and date from 1917-72, with the strongest representation from the 1930s and 1960s.The Maurice Grossman papers document some of the activities and organizations of Louisville’s...
History of Congregation Adath Israel, Louisville, Kentucky, and the addresses delivered at the dedication of its new temple, September 7, 8, and 9, 1906
Scope and Contents The institution's records include printed materials dating from the 1890s, scrapbooks from the 1920s, minutes of meetings and correspondence - some from the predecessor organizations - from 1860s, photographs dating from the early twentieth century, financial records from the 1910s and 1920s, and organizational and legal records dating from the 1910s.
Scope and Contents This collection combines the reports and papers of the federation of Jewish Charities of Louisville from 1909 to 1910 and 1912 to 1914 with correspondence and other records generated by the Jewish Community Federation. The later organization was founded in 1934 to unify local Jewish groups into one organization. The group sought to assist fleeing German Jews in the 1930s and urged the creation of a Palestinian homeland in addition to promoting Jewish life and culture in the United States. This...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection contains a scrapbook, "The Story of the New Jewish Hospital," 1948-1953, compiled by the Jewish Hospital Association president Saul B. Ades. There is also one linear foot of clippings, photographs, and other records compiled by the hospital's public relations department during the commemoration of Jewish's seventy-fifth anniversary in 1980.
Scope and Contents Material in Box 1 deals with the founding and activities of both the ACLU and KCLU. The material is arranged by functions and/ or divisions of material pertaining to any organization, i.e., constitutions, minutes of meetings, financial reports casework, drafts of policy, correspondences, pamphlets, handbooks, press releases and clippings.Box 2 deals with Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) material general civil liberties material, information relating to affairs of blacks and the...
Scope and Contents Material in Box 1 represents a collections of news clipping and photographs of active members of the Louisville Jewish Community. Arranged alphabetically by individuals, the materials span almost two decades, from 1956 until the early 1970s. In compiling the folders, Mr.Landau restricted collection items to those from local Jewish papers. As an explanation of their contents, most folders in this box have notes pertaining to position and tiles of the individual.Box 2 continues the...