Jewish Studies Subject Guide
Reuben Ainsztein (1917-1981). Setting copy for Ainsztein's book Jewish Resistance in Nazi-Occupied Eastern Europe; With a Survey of the Jew as a Fighter and Soldier in the Diaspora (published by Paul Elek, London, 1974), by the Jewish author.
Charles Angoff (1902-1979). Manuscripts, printed material, professional material, memorabilia, journals, audio, notebooks, photographs, financial material, legal material, and correspondence from the notable editor.
Jack Ansell (1925-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and other material from the noted author and ABC television executive, including many documents regarding ABC from the 1960s and 1970s.
M.S. Arnoni (1922-1985). Correspondence, manuscripts, financial and legal material, printed material, and other items from the noted philosopher, political scientist, and Holocaust survivor, who actively campaigned against American involvement in Vietnam and participated in the Teach-in at the University of California at Berkeley in 1965.
Max Ascoli (1898-1978). An extensive collection of correspondence, manuscripts, professional material, photographs, and much more, from the legendary antifascist Italian journalist, author, editor, educator, and publisher of The Reporter; including material regarding The Reporter's coverage of Vietnam.
Barbara Barondess (1907-2000). Photographs, scrapbooks, memorabilia, posters, and other material for the American actress and society figure, the daughter of Russian Jewish emigrants.
Chaim Bermant (1929-1998). Manuscripts, letters, diaries, photographs, scrapbooks, and other items from the beloved Anglo-Jewish author and journalist, best known for his "On the Other Hand" Column for The Jewish Chronicle.
Amram Blau (1894-1974). Papers from the controversial Haredi rabbi, one of the founders of Neturei Karta.
Ion Butnaru (1918-1995). Manuscripts, photographs, letters, and more from the noted Romanian Jewish author and historian of the Holocaust in Romania.
Morris Carnovsky (1897-1992). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, audio and video recordings, and much more from the celebrated stage and screen actor, and husband of Phoebe Brand.
Richard Clurman (1924-1996). Manuscripts, journals, diaries, and other material from the influential journalist and editor, including his media criticism and work for Time, Inc.
Hermann Eilts (1922-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and more, from the career diplomat, U.S. Foreign Service officer, and Ambassador to Saudi Arabia (1965-1970), Bangladesh (1972-1973), and Egypt (1974-1979).
Erica Jong (1942- ). Letter to Leslie Fiedler discussing the role of Jewish women in modern literature. In the Leslie Fielder Collection.
Bella Fromm (1890-1972). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and research from the prominent Jewish German social reporter and author, including documents regarding her attempts to collaborate with the FBI to expose Nazis living in America during and after World War II.
Frank Gervasi (1908-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, legal materials, video materials, audio materials, photographs, notebooks, and scrapbooks from the notable author.
Joanne Greenberg (1932-). Manuscripts, correspondence, notes, and several other items from the noted novelist, including material regarding her groundbreaking autobiographical novel of her struggle with schizophrenia, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden.
Ira Hirschmann (1901-1989). Manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, and other items from the American Jewish business executive, pioneering broadcaster, and outspoken opponent of Nazism who helped rescue Jews from the Holocaust.
Aubrey Hodes (1927-2013). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, research materials, audio materials, and photographs from the notable translator and author.
Israel Zangwill (1864-1926). Letters from the novelist, playwright, critic, and leader of the Zionist movement. In the Frances Hodgson Burnett Collection.
Paul Jacobs (1918-1978). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, research materials, and financial materials from the notable journalist and activist.
Bernard Johnpoll (1918-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, legal materials, financial materials, film and video, audio materials, photographs, artwork, and electronic media from the notable author.
Harry Kemelman (1908-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, notebooks, scrapbooks, and miscellaneous materials from the notable author.
Alexander Kipnis (1891-1978). Sheet music, correspondence, financial material, printed material, photographs, manuscripts, and other items from the world-class basso.
Jack Kuper (1932-). Manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, professional material, and other items from the prominent author and producer, known for his memoir Child of the Holocaust.
Alan Lelchuk (1938-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials from the notable author.
Meyer Levin (1905-1981). An extensive collection of manuscripts, letters, photographs, scrapbooks, and much more from the important American Jewish author, journalist, playwright, and memoirist, known as a chronicler of modern Jewish life and culture.
Joshua (1894-1988) and Fan Loth Liebman (1904-1976) Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and more from the Jewish author and wife of the great Rabbi Joshua Loth Liebman. In the Joshua Loth and Fan Loth Liebman Collection.
Abel [Lewis Allan] Meeropol (1903-1986). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, printed material, audio recordings, and other items from the popular and prolific songwriter, performer, and civil rights advocate.
Joseph North (1904-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the prominent American Jewish journalist and editor.
Nuremberg Medical Trials Official transcriptions of the case American Military Tribunal of the United States vs. Karl Brandt, et al, 1946-1947.
Zelda Popkin (1898-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal papers, and other material from the popular and acclaimed writer, including manuscripts and other documents regarding her novels Small Victory (one of the earliest American novels to address the Holocaust) and Quiet Street (the first American novel dealing with the 1948 founding of Israel).
Harold U. Ribalow (1919-1982). Manuscripts, printed materials, photographs, and correspondence from the notable journalist and author Ribalow.
Norma Rosen (1925-). Manuscripts from the popular novelist, known for her poignant portraits of American Jewish women.
Henry Roth (1906-1995). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, professional material, and other items from the notable novelist and short story writer.
Sylvia Rothchild (1923-2009). Manuscripts and other items from the prominent writer and commentator on the Jewish experience in America.
Michael Rubin (1935-1989). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted American author.
Gertrude Samuels (1910-2003). Manuscripts, correspondence, notes, and several photographs from the noted journalist and photographer, known for her coverage of the state of Israel.
John Sanford (1904-2003). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, diaries, scrapbooks, audio, video, and other items from the acclaimed author. Husband of Marguerite Roberts.
Susan Fromberg Schaeffer (1941-2011). Manuscripts, notebooks, diaries, correspondence, and other material from the acclaimed novelist, poet, and educator.
Jo [Ruth Seid] Sinclair (1913-1995). Manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, and other items from the recognized novelist, known for her writings on race relations and immigrants.
Robert St. John (1902-2003). Manuscripts, scrapbooks, photographs, audio recordings, correspondence, and more from the intrepid war correspondent and broadcast journalist.
Yuri Suhl (1908-1986). Manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, research material, audio/visual material, and other items from the notable Jewish author.
Jan Wiener (1920-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and audio material from the notable actor.
Elie Wiesel (1928-2016). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, research material, photographs, video recordings, audio recordings, memorabilia, and other items from the Nobel Peace Prize-winning author, memoirist, and human rights advocate.
Pearl Willen (1903-1968). Correspondence, manuscripts, and other documents from the influential New York labor and feminism activist, including several items regarding her presidency of the National Council of Jewish Women.
William Yale (1887-1975). Manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and other papers from the renowned author, scholar, diplomat, and U.S. government advisor on the Middle East.
Anzia Yezierska (1880-1970). Manuscripts, correspondence, notes, photographs, and other papers from the celebrated Russian-American Jewish short story writer, novelist, and memoirist.