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Society Of Jewish Social Workers, New York (Founded 1908-Dissolved 1914?)

Type / Call #INSTITUTIONAL / I-087MINUTES OF MEETINGS TO FORM INTERAGENCY BUREAU TO REGISTER APPLICANTS FOR ASSISTANCE. INCLUDES LISTINGS OF LECTURE COURSES AND THE CORRESPONDENCE OF PHILLIP D. BOOKSTABER, LOUIS D. BRANDEIS, MORRIS LOEB, H.L. SABSOVICH, AND THE NEW YORK KEHILLAH PERTAINING TO THE WORK OF THE SOCIETY.
Years1912-1916
Size2 boxes

All AJHS manuscript collections must be accessed in person on-site at the American Jewish Historical Society. For information on how to research the AJHS archival collections, essential information about their Reading Room and Regulations can be found at http://www.ajhs.org/reference/readingrooms.cfm.

The AJHS collections themselves are not available in any electronic form, on this website or elsewhere. The AJHS has been collecting this material for over 100 years, and preserves it in its archives in the original format, be it handwritten, typewritten, or printed. For more information on the AJHS' genealogical holdings see the article "Genealogical Resources at the American Jewish Historical Society".

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