Sandrow, Edward T.

Sandrow, Edward T., 1906–1975

Name Sandrow, Edward T., 1906–1975.
Special Call Number ARC 100
Physical Description 0.8 linear ft.
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Biographical Note Conservative rabbi. Sandrow was president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America and rabbi of Temple Beth-El, Cedarhurst, N.Y.
Collection Summary Correspondence, 1933–1975; and manuscript and printed articles and books by Sandrow on pastoral psychology, antiwar activities, and other subjects, 1944–1968. Correspondents include Moshe Davis, Louis Finkelstein, Shlomo Goren, Mordecai Kaplan (1881–1983), Wolfe Kelman, Marshall Meyer, and others.
Language Includes some material in Hebrew.
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


Temple Beth-El (Cedarhurst, N.Y.)
Rabbinical Assembly of America.


Rabbis Political activity.
Peace movements.
Pastoral psychology (Judaism)
Jews New York (State) Cedarhurst.
Conservative Judaism.

Geographical Terms

Cedarhurst (N.Y.) Religious and ecclesiastical institutions.
Cedarhurst (N.Y.) Religious life and customs.
Occupation Rabbis.
Archive Location Jewish Theological Seminary. Library, 3080 Broadway, New York, NY, 10027.
Record ID# 0246449
Preliminary Box Level  
100-1 General Correspondence. JTS Correspondence, 1962–1974. Rabbinical Assembly material. Articles and photographs.
100-2 Material referring to pastoral psychiatry, social and ethical problems. Newspaper clippings.