This series consists of materials pertaining to Tanenbaum's student days at the Jewish Theological Seminary, his work with the Synagogue Council of America and some early correspondence. The bulk of items are dated before he began his association with the American Jewish Committee in early 1960.Arrangement Note: Alphabetical.
|Read||American Jewish attitudes.||1957-1960.||8/1|
|Read||American Jewish Tercentenary.||1954-1957.||8/2|
|Read||High Holy days.||1954.||8/9|
|Read||Hunter College: Sociological Theory class notes.||1945.||8/10|
|Read||Jewish Committee on Scouting.||undated.||8/11|
|Read||Jewish Theological Seminary: Class notes and syllabus.||1946-1949.||8/12|
|Read||Jewish Theological Seminary.||1947-1949.||8/13|
|Read||Jewish Theological Seminary: class notebook.||1948-1949.||8/14|
|Read||Lestschinsky, Jacob [unpublished manuscript], "The National Physiognomy of Diaspora Jewry Today."||1954.||9/1|
|Read||Maryland Religious Freedom.||1953.||9/3|
|Read||Northeast Hebrew Congregation [Washington, D.C.].||1953.||9/4|
|Read||Rabbinical Assembly of America.||1949-1961.||9/6|
|Read||Rosh Hashanah sermons.||1958-1972.||9/9|
|Read||Study of Protestant church school literature used from 1950-1951.||1952.||10/3|
|Read||Synagogue Council of America.||1950-1957.||10/4|
|Read||Synagogue Council of America.||1958-1959.||10/5|
|Read||Synagogue Council of America.||1960-1961.||10/6|
|Read||Tanenbaum, Helga Weiss.||1954-1955.||10/7|
|Read||Yom Kippur. "The Meaning of Prayer."||1949-1959.||10/8|
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