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Series 2
Organization files

American Jewish Committee, 1963-1979
Box Folder Content
11 1 American Jewish Committee, 1979 [Accordion file]
11 2 Special Projects [Accordion file]
11 3 American Jewish Committee report: Seymour Martin Lipset, "Revised Report of the Task Force on Group Life In America," 1972; American Jewish Committee publication reprint: John Slawson, "Jacob Blaustein: In Memoriam," 1971; American Jewish Committee, Task Force on Group Life in America, "Agenda and Time Schedule for Meeting," 1971; American Jewish Committee, Time Schedule for 65th Annual Meeting, 1971; Mark Kelman, "Report for the American Jewish Committee Conference on Economic Factors in Group Life" [1971]; American Jewish Committee report: Terry Morris, "Better Than You: Social Discrimination Against Minorities in America"; American Jewish Committee Correspondence, 1970 [loose]
11 4 Special Projects
11 5 Oil
11 6 "Draft Proposal for a Jewish Institute for Urban Development," 1970; American Jewish Committee, "Reducing Group Tension: A Strategy for Ethic Whites," a proposal submitted to the Ford Foundation, 1969; American Jewish Committee, "Depolarization in Cleveland: An Approach to the Young White Worker," 1970 [loose]
88 1 US Supreme Court case, Regents of the University of California v. Allan Bakke, 1978; material for Abram's University of Georgia Law School Sibley Lecture, "Access to the Judicial Press," 1972 [loose]
88 2 Untitled Folder [American Jewish Committee, reports, 1948-1965]
88 3 American Jewish Committee, Germany [Nazi-era Crimes, 1965-1967]
88 4 Loose Material: American Jewish Committee material related to the statute of limitations of Nazi-era crimes, 1965
88 5 American Jewish Committee, Executive Board Meeting, Cleveland, 1966
88 6 American Jewish Committee, German Statute of Limitations, Publicity and Printed Material
88 7 American Jewish Committee, Speaking Engagements, 1963
88 8 Untitled Folder [American Jewish Committee, Photographs, 1964] nineteen black and white photographs of Abram and Mrs. Jane Abram
88 9 Untitled Folder [American Jewish Committee]
88 10 American Jewish Committee, President [Zalman] Shazar [of Israel], [1966]
88 11 [Abram's] Middle East Trip, 1967 eleven black and white photographs
88 12 American Jewish Committee, Annual Meeting, 1968
88 13 [Empty Folder] Mexico Trip, 1966
88 14 [American Jewish Committee] Vatican Council, Re: Bishop Carli, [1966]
88 15 [American Jewish Committee] Budapest, Rumania, Israel Trip, 1966, News Clippings, Photographs
88 16 [American Jewish Committee] Budapest, Rumania, Israel Trip, 1966, Correspondence
88 17 [American Jewish Committee] Budapest, Rumania, Israel Trip, 1966, Itineraries, Programs, Photos, Mementos, Jane's Letter, Names
88 18 American Jewish Committee correspondence, 1966 [loose]
88 19 [American Jewish Committee] Coca-Cola [Co. v. Tempo Co., Ltd.] [Lawsuit in Israel] [1967]
88 20 "Press Conference" with Abram's handwritten notes [loose]
88 21 Middle East, Correspondence and Memos [1967-1968]
88 22 [American Jewish Committee] Budapest, Rumania, Israel Trip, 1966, Memos, Reports, Statements, and Documents
88 23 [American Jewish Committee] Latin America Trip, 1964, Clippings and Photos
88 24 American Jewish Committee, Re: C.O.J.O. [Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organization], Nahum Goldmann, [1968]
88 25 Loose Material: Press clippings related to Abram's bid for a New York's US Senate seat; copy of Abram speech to The Biennial Convention of the United Nations Association of the USA, 1967; eight proof sheets of photographs of Abram [loose]
88 26 [United Nations] Human Rights Commission, International Conventions on Human Rights, [1966]
88 27 [United Nations], Abram [US Representative to United Nations Commission on Human Rights], Statements & Clippings, [1965-1966]
88 28 Untitled Folder [Miscellaneous, 1971]
White House Conference on Civil Rights 1965-1966
87 1 White House Conference on Civil Rights [Accordion file]
87 2 Correspondence, [1965]
87 3 The White House Conference, "To Fulfill These Rights, report" 1966; The White House Conference, "To Fulfill These Rights," "List of Participants," 1966; White House Conference, "To Fulfill These Rights," "Speeches," 1966
87 4 Accordion File Folder 2: The United Negro College Fund, Inc., vol. III [1979-1983]
New York State Moreland Act Commission on Nursing Homes and Residential Facilities, 1975
3 1 Moreland Act: 34 photocopied, printed, and bound booklets published by the New York State Moreland Act Commission on Nursing Homes and Residential Facilities [1975]
4 1 Moreland Act: 30 photocopied, printed, and bound booklets published by the New York State Moreland Act Commission on Nursing Homes and Residential Facilities [1975]
5 1 Moreland Act: 20 photocopied, printed, and bound booklets published by the New York State Moreland Act Commission on Nursing Homes and Residential Facilities [1975]
5 2 Moreland Act Commission, Memoranda
5 3 Moreland Act Commission, Memoranda
5 4 Moreland Act Commission, Legislative Proposals
6 1 The Moreland Act Commission, Newspaper Clippings
6 2 The Moreland Act Commission, Minutes of Meetings
6 3 Pencil Notes
6 4 The Moreland Act Commission, [Abram's] Diaries [1975]
President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, 1979-1984
9 1 President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, 1979 [Accordion file]
9 2 Loose Material: Second Annual Report of the President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research, FY 1981; President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, "Deciding to Forego Life-Sustaining Treatment" (Revised Draft), 1982; Abram draft "Medicine as the Modern Rosetta Stone"
9 3 President's Commission [Accordion file]
9 4 President's Commission [Accordion file]
9 5 In the Matter of Claire C. Conroy [1983]
9 6 President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, Correspondence, 1979
9 7 President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, Correspondence, 1980
9 8 President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, Correspondence, 1981
10 1 President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, Correspondence, 1982
10 2 President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, Correspondence, 1983
10 3 President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, Correspondence, 1984
Jewish Theological Seminary
10 4 "Jewish Theological Seminary-Sponsored TV Programs: Eternal Life-Where We Came From; "Choose Life" [Accordion file]
United Negro College Fund, 1970-1976
10 5 United Negro College Fund, Vol. I [Accordion file]
10 6 "The Biography of an Idea: A Short History of the United Negro College Fund" (2nd Draft), 1976; pamphlet: Abram, "Is the United Negro College Fund to Limp into this Decade as an Irretrievable Anachronism? I Am Confident It Is Not" [loose]
10 7 Correspondence, 1970-1976
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1984-1986
38 10 Loose Material: issue of New Perspectives [magazine], published by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Fall 1984; printed US Senate publication:
38 11 "Presidential Nominations to the Civil Rights Commission: Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate," July 13 and 26, 1983 [Abram's testimony included]
39 1 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Indians
39 2 [USCCR], U.S. Immigration, Laredo, Texas [Planning] Retreat, Jan 8-10, 1986
39 3 [USCCR], Arab Discrimination
39 4 [USCCR], Affirmative Action Hearing, March 6-7, 1985
39 5 Trip to Washington, D.C., July 22, 1986 (White House Visit Resignation [from the USCCR] accepted)
39 6 [Abram's] Harvard Law Review Article, Affirmative Action, February 1986
39 7 Busing, Remarks of Judge [James B.] McMillan [US District Court, Charlotte, N.C.], October 16, 1981
39 8 Supreme Court Decision, Re: Memphis Firefighters [Affirmative Action decision], June 12, 1984
39 9 Abram/ [John] Bunzel [fellow member of the USCCR] Testimony before Democratic [National] Platform Committee, June 11, 1984
39 10 Abram/Bunzel Testimony, Republican National Platform Committee, [July 24, 1984]
39 11 The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc, Employee Relations Weekly, October 8, 1984, article [Mary Frances] Berry [member, USCCR]/Abram Debate [article written by Abram, p. 1235] includes press clipping of Abram op-ed piece "Minorities Have Special Stake in High Standards for Schools," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, December 2, 1984 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, December 2, 1984
39 12 The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc, Employee Relations Weekly, July, 1985, Proving Discrimination
39 13 USCCR, Atlanta Journal/Constitution article [1984]
39 14 New England Regional Office SAC Conference, June 25, 1984, [transcript of Abram's remarks]
39 15 Meeting with President [Ronald] Reagan, January 29, 1985
39 16 USA Today, Guest Editorial, Re: "M.L. King, Jr. Birthday, January 1986 includes Abram's article "Apologies"
39 17 Black-Jewish Relations includes articles about Black-Jewish relations, Abram's handwritten notes
39 18 B'nai B'rith, Quadrennial Convention, speech by Abram, September 4, 1984
39 19 School Desegregation includes transcript of Abram's remarks "to a meeting of the" USCCR at Nashville, September 14, 1984
39 20 Loose Material: legal sheets and typed lists of incoming and "pending" phone calls, 1988; legal pads with Abram's handwritten notes corresponding to the 1988 phone logs; USGPO printed materials, "Consultations on the Affirmative Action Statement of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights"
40 1 Correspondence, A-B [in binder]
40 2 Correspondence, C-F [in binder]
40 3 Correspondence, G-K [in binder]
40 4 Correspondence, L-M [in binder]
41 1 Correspondence, N-P [in binder]
41 2 Correspondence, Q-S [in binder] [includes correspondence with President Reagan]
41 3 Correspondence, T-Z [in binder]
42 1 [USCCR], Abram's Statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee, July 13, 1983 [confirmation hearing for his appointment to the USCCR]
42 2 [USCCR] Resource Data [history of the USCCR, newspaper clippings]
42 3 [USCCR], Letter from President [Ronald] Reagan Accepting Abram's Resignation [July 8 1986]
42 4 [USCCR], News Releases [July 1984-1985]
42 5 [USCCR], New Perspectives, [Abram] Article on Education, 1985 [Abram article "Educational Standards Are the Friend, Not Foe, of Civil Rights," drafts and edits]
42 6 [USCCR], Pendleton "Resignation" [John Bunzel, member USCCR, urges Clarence M. Pendleton, Jr., chairman, USCCR, to resign]
42 7 [USCCR], Talking Points on [the] History of [the] USCCR, March 16, 1984; Office of Program and Policy Review, "Talking Points of the History of the USCCR and Historical Treatment of Three Issues: Administrative Justice, Voting Rights, and School Desegregation," March 16, 1984
42 8 [USCCR], U.S. Senate Concurrent Resolution, Re: Establishing Commission on Civil Rights [US Senate, Concurrent Resolution to Establish a Commission on Civil Rights in the Legislative Branch of the Federal Government, no date]
42 9 [USCCR], Constitutional Impact Statement, Re: The Civil Rights Act of 1984 The Center for Judicial Studies, "Constitutional impact Statement: Constitutional Analyses of Legislation Pending before the House and Senate Judiciary Committees: The Civil Rights Act of 1984, S. 2568/H.R. 5490"
42 10 [USCCR], "Defunding" the Commission [USCCR], Memo of Linda Chavez, April 4, 1984 [USCCR memo to Linda Chavez, Staff Director USCCR, from William A. Lewis, Jr., Director, Congressional Liaison Division, "April 3rd Hearing on 'Defunding' the Commission"
42 11 [USCCR], Racial Gerrymandering USCCR draft proposal resolution relating to "the legality of run-off primaries," April 13, 1984, including Abram correspondence relating to the resolution
42 12 Virginia Law Weekly Article [1983]
42 13 Hoffman Associates Report, "When Is Imbalance not Discrimination?" photocopy of chp. 6, "When Is Imbalance not Discrimination?" by Carl Hoffman and John [Shelton] Reed from The Sociological Impact of Forced Equality
42 14 National Law Journal Article, "Reallocating the Burden of Proof" (Title VII) correspondence relating to and draft of Abram's article "Reallocating the Burden of Proof in Title VII Actions"
42 15 US Chamber of Commerce Rally on Comparable Worth, Washington, D.C., July 25, 1985 copy of Abram's presentation to the US Chamber of Commerce; correspondence relating to event, and transcript: "Chamber of Commerce of the US, Discussion of H.R. 3008, Washington, D.C., July 25, 1985
42 16 Mary Berry [member USCCR] Abram's handwritten notes, press clippings
42 17 "Comparable Worth" [concept of "sex-based wage discrimination"] press clipping about Abram and comparable worth; correspondence; Abram's New York Times editorial about comparable worth; draft of "Testimony of" Abram, vice-chairman, USCCR, "Before the [US Senate] Committee on Governmental Affairs, Subcommittee on Civil Service, Post Office, and General Services [about comparable worth in civil service jobs]
42 18 Abram's Essay on Comparable Worth (Summer 1985) adapted from Abram's testimony before US Senate, Committee on Governmental Affairs] correspondence, press clippings, and drafts
42 19 Congressional Testimony on Comparable Worth, Washington, D.C., May 23, 1985 "Stenographic transcript of Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Civil Service, Post Office, and General Services of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, May 23, 1985" including Abram's testimony
42 20 Materials Re: [Atlanta] Cyclorama [lawsuit] [1985] [reverse discrimination law suit] press clippings including Abram op-ed manuscript
42 21 South Carolina Human Affairs Debate, October 17, 1985 [1985 South Carolina Human Affairs Forum] correspondence related to Abram's participation in the forum
42 22 [USCCR], Commission Materials, Re: Federal Funds for Education & Grove City [College v. Bell, US Supreme Court decision regarding Title IX sex discrimination]
42 23 [USCCR], Firefighters v. Stotts, Joint Statement, Pendleton/Abram, January 31, 1985
42 24 The Nation, February 4, 1984 [article about USCCR]; The Nation, February 2, 1985 [article about USCCR]; Public Interest, Winter 1986, Abram article "Is 'Strict Separation' Too Strict?"; New Perspectives, Spring 1985, Abram article "For Equity and Excellence" [loose] The Nation, February 2, 1985 [article about USCCR]; Public Interest, Winter 1986, Abram article "Is 'Strict Separation' Too Strict?"; New Perspectives, Spring 1985, Abram article "For Equity and Excellence" [loose]
43 1 "US Commission on Civil Rights, Statements [Accordion file]
43 2 USCCR, Substantive Material Re: Senate Hearings
43 3 Materials for Meeting with [former] President [Richard M.] Nixon, 1985
43 4 Op-ed Piece, "Out in the Open-At Last," March 20, 1985
43 5 Op-ed Wall Street Journal, "Discrimination Should Stop," April 28, 1985
43 6 [USCCR], Miscellaneous photo of Abram at USCCR meeting; photo of Abram at NERO SAC Conference
43 7 Senate proceedings, Hearings on Commission on Civil Rights, Nominees [binder]
43 8 "Civil Rights Commission, New York Times[Magazine Article" [1983-1984] [Accordion file]
43 9 Abram's New York Times Magazine article "What Constitutes A Civil Right?, " drafts, hand written notes, correspondence, June 10, 1984; Abram's New York State Bar Journal article "What Is a Civil Right? November 1984 [Accordion file] New York State Bar Journal article "What Is a Civil Right? November 1984 [Accordion file]
43 10 Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution-Affirmative Action, May 4, 1981 [Abram gave presentation at USCCR in 1981-before he served on the USCCR-at "Affirmative Action in the 1980s: Dismantling the Process of Discrimination, A Consultation sponsored by the USCCR, March 10-11, 1981] correspondence, handwritten notes, press clippings
44 1 USCCR, Audit [GAO report on USCCR] includes Abram's testimony before the Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights, Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives
44 2 Loose material: photo Abram with President Ronald Reagan [signed by Pres. Reagan]; photo of Abram with unidentified; photo Abram [with Nancy Reagan and Helmut Kohl, Chancellor of West Germany]
44 3 Accordion file folder: Press clippings about USCCR and Abram, 1984-1987
44 4 USCCR, letter to President Ronald Reagan, July 22, 1986 including photo of Abram [with Yuri Orlov?]; photo of Abram with President Reagan [and Yuri Orlov?]
44 5 Anti-Defamation League, Conference on Affirmative Action, New York, April 18, 1986 Abram presentation to conference "Where Do We Go from Here?"
44 6 Color Blind Coalition [US Chamber of Commerce, 1985]
44 7 USCCR, "Set Aside" Report, Re: Minority Hiring reprint of Abram's Harvard Law Review "Affirmative Action: Fair Shakes and Social Engineers" article, April 1986
44 8 Affirmative Action includes E.O. [Executive Order] 11246 [Affirmative Action in Government Contractors and Subcontractors] press clippings on Affirmative Action;l Abram's handwritten notes; reports on Affirmative Action; AFSCME/AFL-CIO v. State of Washington lawsuit, 1985
44 9 Lawrence H. Fuchs Paper: "Affirmative Action, Quotas and Equal Opportunity," [1985]
44 10 Miscellaneous Articles and Reports about Affirmative Action, the economic status of African Americans, equal employment opportunities; copy of US News and World Report, May 27, 1985 with Abram interview
44 11 State of New York, Division of Housing and Community Renewal, Office of Rent Administration forms; notebook, "1984 US Government Appointment Book"; notebook, "Expenses" [USCCR expenses, receipts, reimbursement forms]; notebook, "Time" [USCCR, paycheck stubs, per diem vouchers, and timesheets for Abram and his USCCR employees]; three copies of transcript from Senate Testimony of USCCR nominees; USCCR report, "Request for Appropriation FY1985"; list of questions from Jesse Helms and Abram's reply; list of questions from Senator Arlen Spector and Abram's reply [loose]
National Conference of Soviet Jewry [NCSJ], 1983-1988
45 1 The Campaign for Summit II NCSJ newsletters, press clippings, and press releases all related to Summit II
45 2 Anatoly Shcharansky 8 photos of Abram, some with Shcharansky; Abram's correspondence with Shchransky; notes of telephone conversation between Abram and Shchransky; Abram op-ed from Israel Today, April 2, 1986; copy of Abram's editorial in The Baltimore Evening Sun, "Why Shcharansky Has Captured a World's imagination?," April 1, 1986 The Baltimore Evening Sun, "Why Shcharansky Has Captured a World's imagination?," April 1, 1986
45 3 Meeting with Secretary of State George Shultz, September 17, 1986 Abram's handwritten notes
45 4 NJCRAC [National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council], Plenary Session, [Fort Lauderdale, Florida], February 1986 itinerary, Abram's handwritten notes, program from the session-Abram a speaker, and correspondence about the session
45 5 Arms Control/Human Rights Linkage
45 6 New York Times, Letter to Editor, Re: Linkage [Arms control and Soviet Jewry Human Rights] Abram's letter to the editor, New York Times, February 5, 1986; press clippings and Abram's handwritten notes New York Times, February 5, 1986; press clippings and Abram's handwritten notes
45 7 NCSJ, Leadership Conference, Washington, D.C., December 1985
45 8 US Businessmens' Visit to the Soviet Union (after Summit I)
45 9 NCSJ, Wall Street Journal Op-ed Piece, Re: Post-Summit, December 17, 1985
45 10 NCSJ, Post-Summit Memorandum, December 10, 1985
45 11 NCSJ, [President] Reagan/Gorbachev Summit, November 1985 NCSJ press release; press clippings; correspondence to Abram; Abram's handwritten notes
45 12 NCSJ, [US] House [of Representatives] Subcommittee Testimony, September 11, 1985 copy of Abram's statement before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations; photo of Abram with [US Representative] Gus Yatron, chairman, Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations
45 13 Vienna, Austria, Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe [CSCE], 1986 correspondence, transcripts, copies of statements, transcript of Abram's meeting with Romanian and Soviet officials, itinerary, press clippings, travel reimbursement voucher
45 14 World Conference on Soviet Jewry, London, September 1984 correspondence to Abram; program; drafts of "Message to our Brethren in the USSR"; press releases; copy of conference resolutions; newsletter of the NCSJ of the UK and Ireland; Abram's handwritten notes
45 15 World Conference of the International Council on Soviet Jewry, Washington, D.C., September 8-9, 1985 two photos of Abram with President Ronald Reagan, signed by Reagan, September 9, 1985 [newspaper caption in folder states: "President Reagan meeting with representatives of the International Council of the World Conference on Soviet Jewry"]; correspondence; press clippings; material from 1988-1989 on the Jackson-Vanik Amendment; copy of statement by Abram presented to President Reagan, September 9, 1985.
45 16 World Conference of the International Council on Soviet Jewry, Paris, September 9-12, 1986 correspondence; program; Abram's handwritten notes; copy of letter to President Reagan; memorandum about conference
45 17 NCSJ/ZOA Joint Symposium, New York City, June 10, 1985 transcript of Abram's remarks at symposium
45 18 NCSJ, International Conference on Soviet Jewry [ICSJ], London, July 5-7, 1987 transcript of Abram's remarks to conference; copy of conference proposals; BA's statement to NCSJ members about the ICSJ; drafts of remarks; correspondence; copies of Abram's handwritten notes; press releases; photo of Abram with a group dated July 6, 1987
45 19 International Council on World Jewry, Executive Committee Meeting, New York City, November 4, 1987 Confidential summary of the meeting; World Conference on Soviet Jewry statement to Undersecretary of State John Whitehead; Abram's handwritten notes
45 20 NCSJ, Strategy Conference, New York City, May 5-6, 1985, 3 photos of Abram [one with Geraldine Ferraro]; strategy session program and list of participants; Abram's talking points for meeting; Abram's handwritten notes; press clippings; Congressional Research Service report "Soviet Jewry: U.S. Policy Considerations" by Donna L. Gold, April 17, 1985
45 21 Solidarity Day, New York City, May 5, 1985 & May 3, 1987 press clippings; NCSJ press release with Abram's remarks on Solidarity Sunday, May 3, 1987; copy of program
45 22 Emergency Action Meeting, Conference "Emergency Action for Soviet Jews," Washington, D.C., January 30, 1985 list of news organizations attending press conference; program; Abram's handwritten notes; copy of thank you notes; press release
45 23 Council of Jewish Federations, General Assembly Meeting, Toronto, November 1984 Abram's handwritten notes; excerpts of Abram's remarks at the General Assembly; draft of Abram's statement; correspondence about the meeting
45 24 NCSJ, Leadership Meetings [Assembly], Washington, D.C., October 21-23, 1984 Abram's hadnwritten notes; suggestions for Abram's remarks; copy of final statement of the Leadership Assembly; copy of letter to editor of The New York Times; copy of letter from President Ronald Reagan
45 25 [Abram's] Meeting with [USSR] Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin, July 2, 1984 Abram's handwritten notes; copy of NCSJ letter from Abram to George Shultz [Sec. of State], July 6, 1984; memo describing Abram's meeting with Ambassador Dobrynin
45 26 [Abram's] Meeting with [USSR] Ambassador [Anatoly] Dobrynin, June 19, 1985 Abram's handwritten notes; Abram's report of meeting
45 27 Press Conference, Abram [as Chairman of NCSJ], January 3, 1985 copy of Abram's statement; Abram's handwritten notes
45 28 [Iosif] Begun [Soviet Refusenik] press release in support of Jackson-Vanik Amendment; press clippings; NCSJ newsletter, Newsbreak, with photo of Abram; correspondence
45 29 [Hyman] Bookbinder [Special Representative, American Jewish Committee], Re: [Jesse] Jackson/[Louis] Farrakhan copy of remarks, 1984 and 1988; press clippings; correspondence
45 30 Helsinki Final Act [FOLDER EMPTY]
45 31 Jackson-Vanik [Amendment] Abram memo of conversation with Sec. of State Shultz [1987]; copy of Charles Vanik's speech before Annual Plea for Soviet Jewry; copy of letter from Abram to Senator John C. Danforth; correspondence; press release about Jackson-Vanik; press clippings
45 32 Department of State Report, ["The Soviet Crackdown on Jewish Cultural Activists"], January 29, 1985
45 33 Soviet Harassment Litigation [NCSJ v. Intourist, 1986] correspondence; press clippings; lawsuit material
45 34 NCSJ, Policy Conference, Washington, D.C. [1987] correspondence; JTA Daily News Bulletin; press clippings; Abram's handwritten notes; program from NCSJ "Leadership assembly," October 11-13, 1987
45 35 NCSJ, INF Treaty [Intermediate-Range Nuclear-Forces Missile Treaty], [1988] NCSJ correspondence; Abram's NCSJ testimony to Senate Foreign Relations Committee, February 29, 1988
45 36 NCSJ, Lease Papers [1988] [five year lease for NCSJ office at 10 East 40th Street]
45 37 NCSJ, Executive Committee Meeting, October 30, 1986 and January 10, 1988 summary NCSJ meeting of the Strategic Assessment Task Force, January 10, 1988; program; proposed agenda; 1987 position paper; NCSJ Executive Committee meeting, October 30, 1986; press clippings
45 38 Soviet Anti-Semitism [almost a subject file] Abram statement; reports; drafts; Abram's handwritten notes; press clippings
45 39 NJCRAC [National Jewish Community relations Advisory Council] Annual Plenary Session, February 27, 1984; Session: "Soviet Jews & US-Soviet Tension: What Are the Options?"
45 40 Anti-Semitism in the United Nations System
45 41 Anti-Semitism [1981, 1984, 1985]
45 42 "Zionism Is Racism" Abram editorial in Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations; press releases; copy of letter from President Ronald Reagan to Abram; newsletters; press clippings; Abram's handwritten notes
45 43 Dr. Robert O. Freedman, [edit.] Soviet Jewry in the Decisive Decade, 1971-1980 letter from Dr. Freedman to Abram; photocopy of article by Dr. Freedman, "Soviet Jewry and Soviet-American Relations: A Historical Analysis" from volume Soviet Jewry in the Decisive Decade, 1971-1980, edited by Dr. Freedman Soviet Jewry in the Decisive Decade, 1971-1980, edited by Dr. Freedman
45 44 Materials Re: Nazi War Criminals press clippings;
45 45 American Jewish Committee Memo [from Abram to Ewald Bucher, Minister of Justice, West Germany] [January 25, 1965] [Abram President of The American Jewish Committee, 1965] copy of correspondence dealing with the statute of limitations for Nazi war crimes
45 46 Abram's New York Times Op-Ed ["Don't Be Misled by the Bitburg Trip"], Re: Reagan Trip to Bitburg, May 10, 1985 press clippings; drafts and manuscript copies of piece
45 47 Abram's New York Times Op-Ed Materials ["Soviet Strategy on Jews"], May 19, 1984 press clipping; drafts; "Israel and Lebanon: The Times Op Ed Page Takes Sides," a compendium of all New York Times Op Ed pieces about Israel and Lebanon, listing date, author, position, and theme of article, June 1982-October 1983 The Times Op Ed Page Takes Sides," a compendium of all New York Times Op Ed pieces about Israel and Lebanon, listing date, author, position, and theme of article, June 1982-October 1983
46 1 Soviet Emigration Law publications, press releases; press clippings; correspondence related to Soviet Emigration Law
46 2 Abram's [New York Times] Glasnost Op-Ed ["Two Tests of the Breadth of Glasnost: Permitting More Jews to Leave," July 23, 1987] copies of article; press clippings of related material; drafts of Op-Ed
46 3 [NCSJ] Moscow Summit, Spring 1988 [National Conference on Soviet Jewry and the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations visit to Helsinki before President Reagan's trip to Moscow Summit, May 1988] photo of Abram participating in march [written on back-"Helsinki, May 29-June 3, 1988"; photo of Abram on the steps of "Finnish Parliament, May 27, 1988"; correspondence; Abram's handwritten notes; NCSJ press releases; itinerary and delegation list
46 4 [Unlabeled Folder] [NCSJ] [Council of Jewish Federations (CJF) Meeting, New York City, September 7-9 1988] correspondence; NCSJ memos; CJF newsletters; [NCSJ, Campaign for] Summit III [1987-1988] press clippings; photo of unidentified group [one member of the group may be New York City Mayor David Dinkins] [Abram not included]; copy of letter from President Ronald Reagan; copy of Abram's Wall Street Journal Op-Ed "Gorbachev Can't Defy Human Rights Tide," December 16, 1987; Abram's handwritten notes; notes from NCSJ meeting; copy of Abram's New York Times Op-Ed "Why March in Washington for Soviet Jews?," December 5, 1987
46 6 NCSJ, Restructuring [of Soviet Jewish Advocacy Movement,1988]
46 7 [NCSJ, Abram's Testimony Before US House Subcommittee of International Finance, Trade, and Monetary Policy], September 22, 1988 [The International Finance, Trade and Monetary Policy Subcommittee of the US House of Representatives] Transcript of Abram's testimony; copies of other participants statements; handwritten notes [Abram?]
46 8 [Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations (CPMJO)], World Conference on Soviet Jewry, International Council, Jerusalem, November 30-December 1, 1988 [Abram, chairman of the CPMJO] photo of Abram at podium [at council?]; program; itinerary; Abram's handwritten notes; WCSJ council declaration; Abram's hotel telephone message slips; correspondence
46 9 NCSJ, Leadership Assembly, New York City, October 30-November 1, 1988 [Abram retires as NCSJ chairman, October 31, 1988] letter to Abram from Secretary of State George P. Shultz, October 29, 1988; NCSJ press release with Abram's parting remarks; program; itinerary
46 10 NCSJ, Abram's New Republic Op-Ed, March 28, 1985 copy of final version; draft
46 11 NCSJ, Religious Leaders Meeting, June 27, 1984 copy of Abram's statement "on East-West Trade and Soviet Jewry (Not for Publication or Public Citation); correspondence
46 12 NCSJ, Abram Statement Re: East-West Accord, Summer 1985 press clippings; correspondence; drafts
46 13 [The Lifting of American Exports of] Oil & Gas [Equipment] Restrictions [to the Soviet Union] press clippings; correspondence
46 14 [NCSJ] American Bar Association Officers Talk Human Rights with Soviet Leaders [1987-1988] correspondence; Abram's handwritten note; press clippings
46 15 NCSJ, Mission to Israel, March 1987 program; [Abram's?] handwritten notes
46 16 NCSJ, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations [CPMAJO]: Mission to Israel, December 1985 program; correspondence; Abram's handwritten notes
46 17 NCSJ, World Jewish Congress, Executive Meeting, Budapest, Hungry, May 1987 [Abram, chairman of NSCJ and chairman of the CPMAJO at the time] extracts from Abram's address; newsletters; press clippings; correspondence; drafts of CPMAJO newsletter; Abram's handwritten notes
46 18 Abram's Memo of Trip to Washington, D.C., July 1986 [met with US Secretary of Commerce Malcolm Baldridge, Vice President Bush, President Reagan, [Presidential] Chief of Staff Donald Regan]
47 1 NCSJ material including Abram's handwritten notes; copy of Abram letter to Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev; press release with Abram's remarks concerning Tom Brokaw's interview with Gorbachev; correspondence; press clippings; Abram's handwritten notes; newsletters from other Jewish organizations; photo of Abram at podium [inscription on back reads: 12/6/87, Washington, D.C., Freedom Sunday: Rally for Soviet Jews"] [loose]
47 2 NCSJ, [copy of] Agreement between the Government of Australia and the USSR [on Human Contacts and Humanitarian Co-Operation], December 1987
47 3 NCSJ, Abram Trip to Moscow, March 1987 [to discuss issue related to Soviet Jewry] press clippings; newsletter from other Jewish organizations that mention Abram; drafts of press releases; Abram's handwritten notes from a meeting with Amb. Dobrynin
47 4 NCSJ, [Reagan-Gorbachev meeting], Reykjavik, Iceland, October 1986 [leaders of American Jewish Community went to Iceland "in support of President Reagan's determination to press . . . for the internationally recognized rights of Soviet Jews"] NCSJ material relating to summit; correspondence; press clippings; copies of Abram's remarks in Iceland; copy of Abram letter to President Ronald Reagan; Abram's handwritten notes; draft of Abram-Reagan letter; White House folder with copy of President Reagan's remarks and itinerary
47 5 Abram's Press Kit for Freedom Sunday [AKA Summit Rally for Soviet Jews], December 6, 1987 copy of Abram's remarks; draft of program; Abram's handwritten notes; correspondence; press releases [loose]
47 6 NCSJ, Articles of Association [for the NCSJ], [no date] Photos of Abram with [US] Secretary of State George Shultz, February 1985 group photo including Abram with Shultz; photo of Abram with Shultz signed by the Secretary of State, inscription reads, "To Morris Abram with my admiration and support and thanks for your thoughtful advice"
47 7 NCSJ, Officers, Executive Committee and Member Agencies, [1984-1987] list of NCSJ officers and executive committee members; "Jewish Community Resource Guide"; list of contributions for NCSJ executive committee members; Copy of 1966 American Jewish Committee publication "American Conversations: Extremism in America Today," featuring Abram
47 8 Miscellaneous material about Israel; articles about Soviet Jews; Abram handwritten notes; photo of Abram from "Princeton" speech "in August";
47 9 NCSJ, News Clippings and News Releases NCSJ press releases; press clippings with Abram in article; press clippings about Soviet Jewry
47 10 NCSJ, Memos, [1983-1988]
47 11 NCSJ, Council of Associates, 1984 memos; correspondence; newsletters; list of NCSJ Council of Associates contributions, 1984; drafts of fundraising letters
47 12 NCSJ, Congressional Coalition for Soviet Jews, [1984 and 1987]
47 13 NCSJ, National Advisory Council, [National Freedom Seder for Soviet Jews], April 1987 invitations and brochures for National Freedom Seder
47 14 NCSJ, Review Task Force, [1984-1985] summary of meetings; Abram's handwritten notes
47 15 NCSJ, Strategic Assessment Task Force, [1988] summary of meetings; press clippings; correspondence; press releases
47 16 NCSJ, Reorganization Discussions [1987 & 1988] press clippings about Soviet Jewish emigration; American Jewish Committee report on Soviet Jewish Emigration; drafts of correspondence; correspondence; Abram's handwritten notes; NCSJ memos about restructuring
47 17 NCSJ, Union of Councils for Soviet Jews [UCSJ], 1987 copies of UCSJ press releases; press clippings; copy of letter to Abram from Pamela B. Cohen, National President of UCSJ
47 18 Glasnost memos, press clippings about Soviet Jewish Emigration; NCSJ material about emigration; NCSJ press releases; report by White & Case about Soviet Jewish emigration; copies of Abram's remarks to the National Press Club, September, 1987
48 1 White & Case NJSC report: "Who May Leave: A Review of Soviet Practice Restricting Emigration on Grounds of Knowledge of 'State Secrets' in Comparison with Standards of International Law and the Policies of Other States" [2 copies, loose]
48 2 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 1: A-BE
48 3 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 2: BI-BZ
48 4 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 3: C-D
48 5 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 4: E-F
49 1 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 5: G
49 2 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 6: [Guilford] Glazer
49 3 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 7: H-I
49 4 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 8: J-K
49 5 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 9: L-M
50 1 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 10: N-Q
50 2 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 11: R-SE
50 3 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 12: SH-T
50 4 Correspondence, 1983-1988, Binder 13: U-Z
Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, 1985-1989
69 1 Poster, Mala Mala Game Reserve; 1988 Year Planner [loose]
69 2 Three, three-ring binders: Abram's Correspondence as Chairman, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations [COP], (1), S, (2) T-Z (3) COP organizational chart and membership list [3 binders]
69 3 Floppy disks (2); Susan Rachlin, "The November Pogram: Kristallnacht, 1938-1988: Educational Resource Guide" [loose]
69 4 Pope John Paul II, Visit to USA, 1987
69 5 Turkish Synagogue Massacre Speech [1986]
69 6 Temple Mount (PLO-Arafat) [1986-1988]
69 7 Romania Trip, 1986
69 8 Israel [Trip], 1988
69 9 COP, Mission to Israel, 1987
69 10 COP, Trip to Spain, 1988
69 11 Japanese Businessman and Journalists, 1987
69 12 Deportations
69 13 World Jewish Congress, Mexico City, 1988
69 14 Soviet Embassy, Washington, D.C., 1988
69 15 Meeting with Governor Sununu, 1988 [empty folder, but Abram handwritten notes allover folder]
70 1 Peres, Shimon, Abram Notes, 1987
70 2 [US Presidential] Inaugural Celebration, Washington, D.C., 1989
70 3 COP, Meeting with Secretary of Defense [Frank Carlucci], 1988
70 4 COP, [Prince] Bander-Bin [Sultan, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia], Meeting, 1989
70 5 COP, PLO Press Releases: Arafat Dialogue,
70 6 COP, PLO Offices, Shutdown
70 7 COP, Tribute to Abram, 1989
70 8 COP, Mubarak Awad
70 9 Abram's Statement to Jewish Leaders, "Policy Priorities for the American Jewish Community in 1985"
70 10 COP, Review of Presidents Conference Activities, 1976-1985
70 11 Press Clippings
70 12 COP, Press Releases
70 13 Congratulation Letters [to Abram for his election as Chairman of COP], [1986]
70 14 Black Hebrews
70 15 COP, [US] Presidential Election, 1988
70 16 COP, Financial Information [1986-1987]
70 17 COP, SCOPE Committee,
70 18 COP, Memos, [1986-1987]
70 19 COP, Agenda for Second Tuesday Meetings, [1986-1987]
70 20 COP, Israel's 40th Anniversary, photo of Abram with Vice President Bush; photo of Abram with Sec. of State Shultz
70 21 Electoral System in Israel, [1987]
70 22 COP, Abram Statements
70 23 [Jonathan] Pollard [Pollard convicted of giving and selling classified US information to Israel]
70 24 [Kurt] Waldheim [former United Nations Secretary General and Lieutenant in Nazi German army]
71 Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, & Garrison, directory, 1989: program, Women's League for Conservative Judaism, 1988 Biennial Convention; one floppy disk, containing 1989 speech by Abram; directory, American Jewish Organizations with Offices in Israel; Eugene V. Rostow, "Resolution 242 at Twenty," The Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies, February 1988; press clippings; two copies of research paper, "The Rainbow Movement, Jesse Jackson, and the Future of the Democratic Party," 1988; "Report of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, April 1, 1985-June 30, 1986; 1989 pocket calendar from the Community Protestant Church [loose]
71 1 [John] Cardinal O'Conner, Beirut-Mideast Visit, 1987
71 2 COP, Arm Sales to Saudi Arabia
71 3 COP, Israeli Harassment of Black and Arab Americans, [1987]
71 4 COP, Catholic-Israeli Relations, 1986
71 5 South Africa Materials, 1986-1988
71 6 World Organization of Jews from Arab Countries [WOJAC]
71 7 Loose Material: multiple copies of letter to Abram from the Prime Minister of Israel, 1987; COP, "Guide to Tourism Resources [to Israel]," 1988
71 8 [Abram's trip to] Central America Materials, 1986
71 9 Karl Linnas [v. Immigration & Naturalization Service], 1985-1986
71 10 COP, United Nations Archives Material, [1987] [regarding the opening of the United Nations [Nazi] War Crimes Files]
71 11 COP, Israel's Exclusion for Chess Tournament [in the United Arab Emirates], 1986
71 12 COP, Abram's Statement Re: [Prime Minister Shimon] Peres' Visit to Morocco
71 13 Prime Minister Shimon Peres
71 14 Gore Vidal-[Norman] Podhoretz [War of Words] [1986]
71 15 COP, Abram Visit to Israel, 1986
71 16 Abram Trip to Washington, D.C., 1986
71 17 COP, Debate-Re: International Peace Conference [1987]
71 18 NCSJ, International Peace Conference [1987]
71 19 Shamir, Yitzhak [Prime Minister of Israel], Abram Notes from Meeting, 1987
71 20 COP, CBS, Dee Dee Wallenstein [?], 1988
71 21 PLO-Arafat Correspondence
72 1 Correspondence
72 2 Correspondence, A-C [Binder 1]
72 3 Correspondence, D-H [Binder 2]
72 4 Correspondence, I-N [Binder 3]
72 5 Correspondence, O-R [Binder 4]
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations: Unclassified correspondence, 1989-1992
25 1 A, 1992, ABA Journal-Ayers, Brandt
25 2 A, 1991, Abdelmoumene, Dr. M.-Ayers, Brandt
25 3 A, 1989-1990, Abram, France-Cibaud-Ayers, Brandt
25 4 B, 1992, Baker, James [Sec. of State]-Bush, George [President]
25 5 B, 1991, Babel, Dr. Henry-Butts, Karlton C.
25 6 B, 1989-1990, Bahrain Mission-Bystryn, Marcia
25 7 C, 1992, Cabranes, Jose A. [Judge]-Cuttner, Janet
26 1 Clinton-Gore Pre-Administration, beginning November 4, 1992
26 2 C, 1991, Cabranes, Jose A. [Judge]-Cyprus Mission
26 3 C, 1989-1990, Cabranes, Jose A. [Judge]-Cymbalista, Debbie
26 4 D, 1992, Disler, Mark-Duque, Armand
26 5 D, 1991, Dannenbring, Fredo [Ambassador]-Dunbar, Leslie
26 6 D, 1989-1990, Dazie, Kenneth-Dunbar, Leslie
26 7 E, 1992, Eagleburger, Lawrence [Acting Sec. of State]-Evans, Eli
26 8 E, 1991, Ehrenberg, Betty-Eytan, Walter
26 9 E, 1989-1990, Edge, Robert G.-Executives International [Business & Professional Club]
26 10 F, 1992, Fall, Ibrahima-Furman, Roy L.
26 11 F, 1991, Fagan, Laura-Fuller, MacLita
26 12 F, 1989-1990, Faye, Melvin-Furth, Warren
26 13 G, 1992, Galvin, John-Guggenheim, Paul S.
27 1 G, 1989-1990, Griffen, John A.-Gupte, Pranay
27 2 G, 1991, Gallman, Angela-Greenburg, Deborah
27 3 H, 1992, Haas, Joseph F.-Human Rights Center [United Nations Office at Geneva]
27 4 H, 1991, Haaretz-Hyland, William
27 5 H, 1989-1990, Hagan, Henry P.-Hyland, William G.
27 6 I, 1992, International Commission of Jurists-Iseman, Joseph
27 7 International Court of Justice, Article: "Ad Hoc Chambers of the International Court of Justice" by Stephen M. Schmehel from The American Journal of International Law, vol. 81
27 8 Israel
27 9 I, 1991, Iannone, Carol-Isran-Memet
27 10 Iraq/Kuwait Press Clippings/Publications
27 11 I, 1989-1990, Iannone, Carol-Italy
27 12 J, 1992, Jackson, Jesse-Joseph, Bob
27 13 J, 1991, Jacobs, Jane-Jury, Mier
27 14 J, 1989-1990, Jacquet, Michel-Jordan, Vernon
28 1 K, 1991, Kadison, Stuart L.-Kuwait
28 2 K, 1989-1990, Kalish, Anthony-Kunsberg, Phil
28 3 K, 1992, Kaden, Lewis B.-Kuhne, Eric
28 4 L, 1992, Lack, Daniel-Lyman, Princeton
28 5 L, 1991, Lafontant, Jewel-Lyman, Princeton
28 6 L, 1989-1990, Lack, Daniel-Lyman, Princeton
28 7 M, 1992, MacKenzie, Archie-Murphy, John P.
29 1 M, 1991, Magazzeni, Giani-Mynmar Mission
29 2 M, 1989-1990, Maher, Tom-Myrick, Jean
29 3 National Leadership Commission on Health Care [NLCHC]
29 4 N, 1992, Naef, Andre-[trip to] Nuremberg
29 5 N, 1991, Naef, Andre-Nye, Jospeh S.
29 6 N, 1989-1990, Nakajima, Hirushi-Nuremberg
29 7 O, 1992, Obadia, Clarita-Owens, Richard
29 8 O, 1991, Obasi, Godwin-Oxford University
29 9 O, 1989-1990, Obasi, Godwin-Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies
29 10 P, 1992, Papworth, Texanna-Putnam, Evelynn
29 11 P, 1991, Painter, Joe-Public Interest [magazine]
29 12 P, 1989-1990, Pace, John-Privatization
29 13 Pembroke College
29 14 Press Conference, Ambassador Abram, January 19, 1990
29 15 Press Conference, Ambassador Abram, September 14, 1989 [first official meeting with the press since assuming post in Geneva]
29 16 Q, 1992, Qatar-[new ambassador's c.v.]
29 17 Quayle, Dan, Vice President's Visit, February, 9-10, 1992
29 18 Q, 1991, Quigly, Leonard
29 19 Q, 1989-1990, Qian, Jiandong-Quaker [Society of Friends]
30 1 R, 1992, Rabens, Ronald-Ryan [Master Gunny Sgt.]
30 2 R, 1991, Rabinowitz, Dorothy-Rushing Charles
30 3 R, 1989-1990, Racial Discrimination-
30 4 S, 1992, Saber, Todor-SYG Annual Report [United Nations Sec. General annual report]
30 5 Ambassador Abram's Weekly Schedule, 1991-1992
30 6 S, 1991, Safra, Edmond-Swoyer, Jean
30 7 S, 1989-1990, Sachar, Abram-Syria
30 8 Ambassador Abram's Daily/Weekly Schedule, 1992
31 1 T, 1991, Taft, William H., IV-Tuskegee University
31 2 T, 1992, Tahir-Kheli, Shirin Ambassador-TWA [Trans World Airline]
31 3 TCF [Twentieth Century Fund, Abram on Board of Trustees]
31 4 T, 1989-1990, Tamman, Leon J.-Tyler, Gus
31 5 Twentieth Century Fund, 1989-1990 [Abram, Emeritus Trustee]
31 6 U, 1992, Uganda Mission-USIS [United States Information Service]
31 7 U, 1991, Ukawa, Hidetoshi [Ambassador]-USSR
31 8 U, 1989-1990, UJA-Urban, Georges-Edouard
31 9 United Nations Human Rights Day, December 10, 1992, Palais des Nations
31 10 United States Information Service, Press, 1989-1990
32 1 V, 1992, Vance, Cyrus-Vieux, Robert
32 2 V, 1991, Valdosta State College-von Herimberg, Claude Homann
32 3 V, 1989-1990, Valenti, Jack-Voting [Board of Elections, New York City]
32 4 W, 1992, Wagenseil, Steve and Jamilee-WHO [World Health Organization] [file includes photos of Abram at Webster University in Geneva]
32 5 W, 1991, Wachtell, Herbert-Wyer, Corinne
32 6 W, 1989-1990, Wagner, Meir-Wright, Rod and Lisa
32 7 X-Z, 1992, Yamada- Zimmermann
32 8 X-Y-Z, 1991, Yarmon, Mort-Zweiben, Beverly
32 9 X-Y-Z, 1989-1990, Yerya, Rufus-Zwiebel, David
32 10 Z Article (Daedalus) ["Z"-an anonymous contributor to Daedalus who wrote about the Soviet Union] Daedalus who wrote about the Soviet Union]
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Unclassified correspondence 1993
99 1 United Nations correspondence
99 2 Correspondence
99 3 Human rights initiative correspondence
99 4 Official correspondence
99 5 M correspondence, 1993
99 6 N correspondence, 1993
99 7 O correspondence, 1993
99 8 P correspondence, 1993
99 9 Q correspondence, 1993
99 10 R correspondence, 1993
99 11 S correspondence, 1993
99 12 T correspondence, 1993
99 13 U correspondence, 1993
99 14 V correspondence, 1993
99 15 W correspondence, 1993
99 16 X, Y, Z correspondence, 1993
99 17 Correspondence
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations: General, 1981-1993
17 1 Correspondence with The White House and Vice President
17 2 For Emory
17 3 For Emory
17 4 Ambassador Filing
17 5 Emory
17 6 Correspondence, 1989
17 7 For Emory
17 8 Speeches, and Statements
17 9 Articles Written by or about Abram
17 10 Notes and Miscellaneous
18 1 Media Reports [about Abram], 1989
18 2 Media Reports, January-June 1990
18 3 Media Reports, July-December 1990
18 4 Media Reports, January-June 1991
18 5 Media Reports, July-December 1991
18 6 Media Reports, January-June 1992
18 7 Media Reports, July-December 1992
18 8 Media Reports, January-March 1993
20 1 Guestlists [1989-1993]
20 2 1992 appointment book; 1990 appointment book; 1989 appointment book; 1991 appointment book; 1989 appointment book [July 26-December 31]; Tribune de Geneve, March 12, 1993 with article about Abram [loose]
20 3 Notes on Dinner Discussions
36 1 Declassified U.S. Government Cable Traffic, 1990-1993 [from or to US Sec of State, Wash., D.C., including-but not limited to-cables about Iraq, Bosnia, and the UNHRC War Commission in the former Yugoslavia] [loose]
36 2-4 Travel Receipts and Expense Reports, January 1, 1989-May 31, 1989 [2 binders]
36 5 New York Review of Books, March 6, 1997, letter from Abram, "White Liberals, Black Problems, p. 53
36 6 American College of Trial Lawyers: Roster, Bylaws, Code of Trial Conduct, 1990.
37 1 Speech: CEO [Chief Executives Organization] October 8, 1990 [includes audio tape of Abram's speech]
37 2 Paris, Ambassador Abram's Notes/Speeches, 1989 [The Paris Meeting of the Conference on the Human Dimension of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe]
37 3 Copenhagen, Colloquium on the CSCE Process: The Road to Moscow and Beyond, June 11, 1990 [notes, speech, and receipts]
37 4 Davos Trip, World Economic Forum Meeting, February 1-7, 1990 [travel information and program from meeting]
37 5 Georgia, Atlanta April 29-30; Fitzgerald May 1, 1991
37 6 Twentieth Century Fund Retreat, Meadowood Resort, St. Helena, California, April 24-26, 1991 [itinerary, schedule, conference publications, receipts]
37 7 Copenhagen, Denmark, March 25-26, 1991 [speech, interview transcript, cable traffic]
37 8 Atlanta, Georgia, May, 1990 [receipts and hand-written notes]
37 9 International Leadership Reunion Meeting (Geneva), September 9-12, 1990
37 10 Paris, France, Paris Speech: "The UN and the Gulf Crisis"
37 11 Paris, "Dossier de L'Ecran" [Abram TV appearance], November 21-23, 1989
37 12 Buffalo, New York, May 20, 1990 [Abram's commencement address, University of Buffalo Medical School]
37 13 Speech: Democrats Abroad/Republicans Abroad, November 1, 1990
37 14 Talloires, France, June 15-17, 1990
37 15 [Fletcher School, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Cornell, Stanford, Oxford Alumni Club weekend: notes, itinerary, Abram speech: "A Candid Appraisal of the UN System;" also includes four photos of Abram from Talloires]
37 16 CSCE/CDH [The Paris Meeting of the Conference on the Human Dimension of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe]
37 17 [Abram speech; notes to President George Bush and Sec. of State James Baker; correspondence about meeting; report of the meeting; eight photos of Abram at Paris meeting]
37 18 "1989 Process Papers for Ambassadorship" containing eight file folders and some loose material. File folders are labeled: "Confirmation Hearings Re: Geneva Post [empty]"; "Commission on Human Rights"; "Geneva, Correspondence"; "Travel Orders"; "Washington, D.C., April 19-21, 1989"; "Get in Touch"; "Geneva, Congratulations Letters"; "Abram's Statement, Senate Confirmation Hearing, May 2, 1989" [Accordion file]
37 19 Loose Material [outside of accordion folder]: copies of drafts of "Introductory State of Abram Ambassador-designate before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations," May 2, 1989; one Maxell floppy computer disk
38 1 USA, April 24-May 6, 1991
38 2 Report, "Ever Ancient, Ever New: Israel, A Western Nation" by Christopher Ruddy; notecards with Abram's schedule for trip to Turkey [loose]
38 2 Abram/Geneva Press Clippings
38 3 President Bush/Carter
38 4 Conference of Presidents [of Major American Jewish Organizations, 1989-1990]
38 5 University of Chicago Alumni [Reunion], Zurich, Switzerland, September 6-7, 1991
38 6 Talloires, France, June 20-22, 1991 [Center for International Affairs, Harvard University Colloquim on Global Order after the Gulf War]: includes photo of Abram at Talloires
38 7 Prague, March 18-20, 1991 [speaking engagements at Prague University]
38 8 USA (Cape Cod/Washington, D.C.) Trip, August 3-27, 1991 [vacation]
38 9 Nairobi [Kenya], August 2-8 (3-7), 1990 [2nd Preparatory Meeting on the 1992 Environment and Development Conference: U.S. Delegation]
Twentieth Century Fund
98 1 Twentieth Century Fund, correspondence
98 2 Twentieth Century Fund
98 3 Twentieth Century Fund
98 4 Twentieth Century Fund, book material
Organizations [mixed]
11 7 United Negro College Fund, Inc. Vol. II [Accordion file]
11 8 United Negro College Fund periodicals
12 1 Sarah Lawrence College [Accordion file]
12 2 Loose Material: Abram commencement address at Sarah Lawrence, "What I Have Learned in Thirty Years as Expressed in Thirty Minutes," 1973
12 3 United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Photographs
12 4 International League for Rights of Man
12 5 Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations, [Abram's] Testimony, 1982
12 6 United Nations Association of the United States of America
12 7 [U.S.] House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Foreign Policy Research and Development, [Abram's] Testimony, 1976
12 8 [National] Cambodia Crisis Center [Committee], [1979-1980]
12 9 Committee for an Independent Judiciary
12 10 American Cancer Society
12 11 Shippenburg State College Address [Keynote Address, Centennial Convention], 1970
12 12 [New York Governor Carey's Statement on the Formation of the Governor's] Select Committee for Long Term Care [1978]
12 13 Pearl v. Matthews
24 1 Materials Relating to Abram's Leadership of Several Jewish Organizations, 1994
94 1 United Nations, Human Rights Commission, Convention [on the Elimination of all forms of] Racial Discrimination, 1963-1967
94 2 American Jewish Committee, Correspondence, July-December 1966
94 3 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Position Papers, 1964
94 4 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, "Comments of the Agenda," 1964
94 5 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Correspondence, 1965
94 6 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Correspondence, 1966
94 7 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Correspondence, 1964
94 8 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Correspondence, 1963
94 9 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Printed Material
94 10 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Abram Statement, "A Comparison of Human Rights Practice against Principle," 1965
94 11 Untitled Folder {Miscellaneous Material, 1960s]
94 12 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Periodic Reports on Human Rights
94 13 United Nations, Subcommission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Draft of Abram's Statement on "War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity"
94 14 Color photograph negatives; signed reprint of Richard B. Bilder's 1964 American Journal of International Law article, "The International Promotion of Human Rights: A Current Assessment" [loose]
97 1 The College Fund/UNCF
97 2 Peace in the Balkans
97 3 Black-Jewish Relations
97 4 War Crimes
97 5 Institute of Jewish Affairs
97 6 Resumes/Project support requests
97 7 Brandeis University
97 8 [Javier] Perez de Cuellar
97 9 Libya
97 10 Center for Judeo-Christian Values
97 11 Association Internationale des Juristes et Avocates Juifs
97 12 AARP [American Association of Retired Persons]
97 13 Jewish National Fund
97 14 Lower East Side Tenement Museum
97 15 Affirmative Action
97 16 [Santini Brothers]
97 17 Kuhne & Nagel
97 18 Carla Ferrari
97 19 Meetings
97 20 Misc.
97 21 American Jewish Committee
97 22 Report to the Nation Conference on Soviet Jewry: "Who May Leave"
97 23 Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Ethics in Medicine (June 1987)
97 24 President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research, "Making Health Care Decisions," vol. 3
97 25 Liste des Membres du Corps Diplomatique (April 1993)
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