Friedlaender, Israel, 1876–1920
|Name||Friedlaender, Israel, 1876–1920.|
|Special Call Number||ARC 39|
|Title||Papers [Papers of Israel Friedlaender]|
|Physical Description||6.3 linear ft.|
|Research Note||Access may be restricted. Reproduction or publication only with permission. Email for details.|
|Biographical Note||Semiticist, professor of Bible at Jewish Theological Seminary of America (JTSA).|
|Collection Summary||Correspondence, clippings, minutes, and reports concerning Friedlaender's Zionist and Jewish communal activity, and his teaching and scholarly research. Includes material concerning JTSA, Jewish Publication Society, Federation of American Zionists, Kehillah (New York Jewish Community), Menorah Societies, Educational Alliance, Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs, Joint Distribution Committee, and Zionist Organization of America. Also contains class notes and outlines; manuscript articles; minutes of the Achavah Club, 1909; diary, 1920; and condolence letters, and memorial and biographical material. Correspondents include Judah Magnes, Cyrus Adler, Solomon Schechter, Henrietta Szold, Joseph Barondess, Simon Dubnow, and others.|
|Language||German, Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian, English.|
|Index Note||Card index.|
|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||
OrganizationsJewish Theological Seminary of America.
Federation of American Zionists.
Jewish Community of New York City.
Jewish Publication Society of America.
Educational Alliance (New York, N.Y.)
Provisional Executive Committee for General Zionist Affairs.
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.
Zionist Organization of America.
Achavah Club (Jewish Theological Seminary of America)
SubjectsBible Study and teaching.
Jews New York (N.Y.)
Rabbinical seminaries New York (N.Y.)
Jews Societies, etc.
Jewish learning and scholarship.
Geographical TermsNew York (N.Y.) Religious life and customs.
|Occupation||Jewish college teachers.|
|Archive Location||Jewish Theological Seminary. Library, 3080 Broadway, New York, NY, 10027.|
|Preliminary Box Level|
|39-1||Correspondence: December 1888–May 1909|
|39-2||Correspondence: June 1909–Feb 1912|
|39-3||Correspondence: March 1912–1913|
|39-4||Correspondence: Jan 1914–Oct. 1915|
|39-5||Correspondence: Nov. 1915–June 1917|
|39-6||Correspondence: July 1917–Oct. 1918|
|39-7||Correspondence: Nov. 1918–Feb. 1922|
|39-8||Correspondence: March 1922–September 1922. Literary Manuscripts: A. Achva Club Minute Book.|
|39-9||Literary Manuscripts: B–J. Diary. Simon Dubnow Correspondence.|
|39-10||Literary Manuscripts: K–T.|
|39-11||Literary Manuscripts: W–Z. Miscellaneous.|
|39-12||Revisions of "Aspects of Historical Judaism." Materials collected about I.F. by Rabbi Morris Adler. Photographs.|
|39-15||Clippings. Loose notes. 2 Notebooks (Hebrew German). 1 typed speech. 1 article.|
|39-16||10 Notebooks. Reprints of articles. 3 folders of notes, speeches, articles — typed and handwritten.|