Simon Dubnow
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Brief Description: Correspondence with individuals, 1885-1936, including: Shmuel Alexandrovich, Isaak Antonovsky, Shlomo Bernstein, Martin Buber, Simon Goldlust, Shmuel Silberstein, Abraham Taub, Maxim Vinawer, Max Weinreich, Yehuda Leib Weisman, Chaim Zhitlowsky, Chaim Zuskind.      Records  of Jewish communities.  Originals and copies of community registers (*pinkasim*), and other historical documents from Mstislavl, 1760-1895;  Pinczow, 1632-1740; Piotrowice, 1726-1809;  Stary Bykhow, 1686-1869;  Tykocin, 1769-1777;  Zabludow, 1650-1783;  Birzai, 1755-1796;  Dubno, 1670-1671;  Lublin, 18th century;  Miedzyrzec, 1816; Novaya Ushitsa, 1839-1840. Parts of the *pinkas* of the Council of Four Lands (Va-ad Arbah Aratsot).      Historical documents relating to:  restrictions and privileges issued by governments to Jewish populations; blood libel trials;  Gzerot Takh-Tat (Chmielnicki massacres of 1648-49); documents from Russian Justice Ministry and Senate, 1799-1800.      Materials on pogroms in the Russian empire, 1880-1907. Includes pogroms in Kishinev (1903), Gomel (1903), Bialystok (1906). Materials on Hasidism. Extracts of books, correspondence, documents by and about Hasidic rabbis and about Hasidism.      Family papers. Includes family records of Rabbi Benzion Dubnow, grandfather of Simon Dubnow.  General family correspondence.
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Record Series Number: RG 87 /RG 87 
Created by: Dubnow, Simon (1860-1941)
Volume: 0.0
Arrangement: This collection is indexed and arranged as a portion of the Tcherikower Archive, which includes RG 80 through RG 89. The pages within the Tcherikower Archive which correspond to this collection are pp. 155-252. The folders which constitute this collection are folder numbers 913-1043
Subject Index
Community Records
Dubnow, Simon
Folklore and Ethnography
Kehillah Records
Religious Life
Genres/Forms of Material
Documents - Papers
Other Formats: MK 470.73 -.80
Finding Aid Revisions: 1994/06/06 ; 1903/02/19
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