Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
This collection holds materials created by Joseph Farber, father, and mother and daughter, Sara Gaíl de Farber and Bess Gaíl de Farber, respectively. The larger part of the collection includes materials that relate to Sara Gaíl's life and work in Argentina and the US. Separate folders hold materials relating to Bess de Farber's performance commemorating her mother's and father's emigration to the US from Poland, and Argentina, respectively, and her family and genealogical research.
Materials from the First Congregation Sons of Israel in St. Augustine, which primarily includes research findings and documentation on the history of Jews in St. Augustine, the Congregation, the synagogue building, and its cemetery.
Files pertaining to the fraternity's house and property, correspondence and minutes of official chapter meetings.
Typescript transcript of two seminar sessions on Jewish religious philosopher Martin Buber held at the Emanuel Synagogue in Hartford, Connecticut.
Files on keynote speakers, correspondence with the speakers, a few keynote addresses, and other records related to Religion-in-Life Week speaker engagements.
A collection of letters between a military medical officer and his wife during his service in World War II.
World War II military service, family records, and political memorabilia of William F. Saulson.
Hebrew hymns for mourning and the Ninth of Av, including lamentations (qinot), penitential hymns (selichot), and other non-liturgical texts.