4. Archives of the Center for Jewish Culture
Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
Papers include photographs, official documents (passports, naturalization papers, proof of medical degree), artifacts and a family tree.
The collection consists of some original documents, newspaper clippings about all members of the Lipp family, a scrapbook following the radio career of Stanley Lipp, several official citations, photographs, and an LP recording of a Friday night service at Tifereth Israel.
the collection includes photographs, correspondence, brochures, newsletters and newspaper clippings. Her oral history, done in 2004 for the Council on Aging, is also a part of the Archives of the Center for Jewish Culture, and is located in MC 23, interview #233-234.
The collection consists of scrapbook/photo albums documenting annual gatherings and events, record books of meeting minutes, and several versions/copies of the Articles of Organization.
Collection consists of meeting minutes, and printed materials, including flyers, invite cards, and programs. Also includes some correspondence.
The collection contains documents, letters, photographs, cancelled checks, receipts, and lists that pertain to the Hebrew Free Loan Society of New Bedford, and especially to the disposition of its remaining funds in 2002.
The collection consists of the administrative files of the Center and includes correspondence, educational materials, forms, parent information files, graduation materials, photographs, newsletters, fundraising and planning documents, handbooks and brochures. It is divided into 5 series, administrative information, school program materials, educational materials and memorabilia.
This collection consists of yearbooks created almost entirely by the campers themselves; usually distributed to the campers and counselors after each year has been completed. The yearbooks in this collection come from the years 1977, 1979, 1980, 1983.
The bulk of this collection consists of by-laws, member lists, financial records, dues, bulletins, donation records, events, and other publications representing the Ahavath Achim Sisterhood. The majority of these records fall within the years 1996 and 2003.