Yeshiva University Archives has just published guides to the following archival collections from our holdings:

* The Gertrude Hirschler Papers, documenting the publishing career of this editor/translator of literary works.
* The Irving I. Herzberg Photograph Collection, containing thousands of images depicting Brooklyn’s Hasidic community, Israel, and general New York City life.
* The National Council of Jewish Women, Department of Service for the Foreign Born Records, consisting of numerous case files from the agency’s efforts to help immigrants adjust to the United States and to locate their missing relatives.
* The Israeli Broadside Collection and  the Tovia Halberstam Religious Broadside and Ephemera Collection, intentionally-assembled collections covering a wide array of economic, cultural, social, religious and political issues encountered by the Jewish communities of Palestine/Israel and Brooklyn, N.Y., respectively.

These collections represent a small number of the more than 300 manuscript collections held by the Archives that document modern Jewish history and culture in the United States and abroad.  The full list of online guides can be viewed at the Finding Aids main page.

 

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