France Community Records, 1648–1945
|Name||France community records, 1648–1945.|
|Special Call Number||ARC 36|
|Physical Description||11.2 cubic ft.|
|Research Note||Access may be restricted. Reproduction or publication only with permission. Email for details.|
|Collection Summary||Correspondence, notices, business and legal records, clippings, community records, and publications concerning Jewish life in France. Subjects include pre-emancipation economic and legal condition of Jews in Alsace, emancipation during the Revolution and First Empire, anti-Semitism, development of consistorial system, communities in Bordeaux, Bayonne, and Papal Provinces, education, reform movement, growth of Paris as a Jewish center, life under the Vichy government and Nazi occupation, organizational and political life, and others.|
|Language||French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Spanish, Yiddish.|
|Preliminary guide:||Kohn, Roger S. "Documents on Modern French Jewry in American Collections : A Catalogue."|
|Inventory Note||The most current general and box level inventory is available in the Special Collections Reading Room (Guide to the JTS Archival Collections).|
|Selected Search Terms||
SubjectsJews France Commerce.
Jews France Education.
Jews France History.
Jews France Emancipation.
Jews France Alsace.
Jews France Bordeaux.
Jews France Bayonne.
Jews France Paris.
Jews Legal status, laws, etc. France.
Jews France Politics and government.
World War, 1939–1945 France.
Jewish councils and synods.
National socialism France.
Holocaust, Jewish (1939–1945) France.
Geographical TermsFrance History Revolution, 1789–1799.
France History Consulate and Empire, 1799–1815.
France History German occupation, 1940–1945.
France Religious and ecclesiastical institutions.
France Religious life and customs.
France Politics and government 1940–1945.
Paris (France) History.
Vichy (France) History 1940–1945.
|Archive Location||Jewish Theological Seminary. Library, 3080 Broadway, New York, NY, 10027.|