4. Archives of the Center for Jewish Culture
Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of meeting minutes, section newsletters, event programs and flyers, correspondence, membership materials, treasurer’s records and related National Council materials. It is divided into four series: Series I, History, bylaws, meetings and officer files, 1925-1991; Series II, Publications and Publicity, 1923, 1927-1993; Series III, Chapter Subject files/Special Projects, 1935-1993; Series IV, National Council Materials, 1949-1993.
The collection consists of flyers, correspondence, newsletters, news clippings and photographs documenting the activities of Post 154. About half of the collection was once housed in four scrapbooks, 1957-1996; the other half was loose materials in envelopes. Records are inter-filed in a chronological arrangement.
The collection consists of a secretary’s record book of meetings, 1934-1941, a Treasurer’s journal, 1961-1971, ledger, bank statements, news clippings, correspondence and notices related to activities. No meeting minutes were kept from 1906-1924, but there is a complete record of meetings 1934-1941 and loose meeting notes for 1955-1991.
Collection of files on various topics, organizations, families, individuals, and religious and educational institutions associated with the Jewish community of Fall River, Mass. Files contain newspaper clippings, anniversary booklets, photographs and typescript notes. Of special note is the census of Jewish families in Fall River, conducted in 1957. Information formerly in the collection on Temple Beth El has been transferred to MC 75.
The collection consists of meeting minutes, correspondence, financial records, newspaper clippings, event programs and flyers.
Collection consists mainly of financial and other record books, all but two of which are written in Hebrew.
Divided into three series, the collection consists of subject files, arranged alphabetically (Series I); records of the Building Fund Committee (Series II); and the publication Tifereth Israelight (Series III). The subject files contain copies of the bylaws and charter. Fundraising for the new building, dedicated in 1966, was spearheaded by General Chairman Alan Ades, who donated the records that make up Series II.