Subseries 4.3
General printed material
Box 56 and OP2, 5, 7

Arrangement Note

Arranged by general subject.

Louis Geffen-World War II newspapers
Box Folder Content
OP7 Maptalk, January 2, 1945, November December 1945 [4 issues]
OP5 5 Nippon Times, December 15, 1945- January 17, 1946 [incomplete]
56 1 The Sea Fiddler. In the Pacific, Vol. 9, No. 8 and No. 14, 1946
56 2 Star of David, published by the Chaplain's Office, Yokohamo, Japan, January 1946 [2 issues]
OP5 6 Stars and Stripes, December 25, 1945-January 25, 1946 [incomplete]
OP2 3 Yank (Tokyo Edition), December 1945 [three issues]
Publications for Jewish United States Armed Forces
56 3 A Companion for Jews in the Armed Forces, The Rabbinical Council of America, circa 1945
56 4 The Holy Scriptures, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1945
56 5 Jewish Calendar for Soldiers and Sailors, Jewish Welfare Board, 1943
56 6 The Passover Haggadah for Jewish Personnel in the Armed Forces of the United States, Jewish Welfare Board, 1952
56 7 Prayer Book for Jews in the Armed Forces of the United States, National Jewish Welfare Board, 1943
56 8 Prayer Book, New Year and Day of Atonement, National Jewish Welfare Board, 1943 and 1945
56 9 Selected Jewish Songs for Members of the Armed Services, National Jewish Welfare Board, undated
Atlanta related
56 10 Atlanta Jewish Welfare Federation, "Welcome to Atlanta" [in English and Russian], circa 1980
OP2 4 The Girls High Times (Atlanta, Georgia), 1927-1931
56 11 Levine, Rita, The Atlanta Jewish National Jewish Fund Chronicles, 1982
56 12 Levine, Rita, Trees for Israel, Atlanta Jewish National Fund Annual Information Manual and Dinner Dance Program, 1983
Other
OP8 - “A message from an Israeli family to the President of the U.S.A.” June 5, 1977 [poster]
OP8 - “A New Kingdom,” The Day: The National Jewish Daily, November 30, 1947
OP9 2 The Atlanta Jewish Times: Guide to Jewish Life in Atlanta, November 1987
92 1 The Atlanta Jewish Times: Guide to Jewish Life in Atlanta, November 1989-1990
OP9 3 The Atlanta Jewish Times: The Jewish Guide to the 1996 Summer Games
OP9 4 The Atlanta Journal and Constitution: Atlanta Weekly, April 13, 1980
56 13 Barricini, Inc., "The Meaning of Passover Symbols/The Seder Step by Step," no date
56 14 Emanuel Residence Club (San Francisco, California), The "75" Gazette: Golden Anniversary Issue, May, 1946
92 2 Emory University decal, no date
56 15 Etz-Hayim (Jerusalem), Calendar, 1954/55
56 16 Federation of American Zionists, The Jewish Year, 1910
92 3 Hebrew-Jewish calendar, 1947-1948
56 17 Institute for the Blind, Jerusalem, Calendar, 1913/14
56 18 Jewish calendar 1900-1980 [in Hebrew]
OP5 7 Jewish calendars [some in Hebrew]
OP7 - Jewish calendar [in Hebrew]
56 19 K.K. Beth Elohim (Charleston, South Carolina), Hymnal, 1941
56 20 K.K. Beth Elohim (Charleston, South Carolina), Sabbath School Hymnal, 1932
56 21 Keren Hayesod Five Years, April 1921-March 1926 [published by Head Office of the Keren Hayesod, London]
92 4 Keren Hayesod Zion Conference, poster, 26-26 July, 1921
OP2 5 Marriage certificate, blank
92 5 92 5 “My Jerusalem” Jewish calendar, 1995-1996
56 22 Lillit, volumes 12 and 14, 1972-1973
92 6 Playbill, 1998
56 23 Rekonty, H., Continuous Corresponding Hebrew English Calendar, For 73 Years from 1927-2000, Norfolk, Virginia, 1946
OP9 5 The Southern Israelite, 20th Anniversary feature issue, 1945
OP9 5 The Southern Israelite, Silver Anniversary Yearbook, 1950
OP8 - “State of Israel is Born,” The Palestine Post, May 16, 1948
92 7 Unidentified scrapbook pages, employment discrimination against Jews, 1940-1948
56 24 United Hebrew Beneficent Fuel Society, Constitution and By Laws, May 26, 1844 [published by C. Sherman, Philadelphia]
56 25 United Hebrew Beneficent Society, Constitution and by laws, 1837 [published by Haswell, Barrington, and Haswell, Philadelphia]
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