National Coordinating Committee for Aid to Refugees
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Brief Description: Most of the NCC records cover the period 1937-1939, with a smaller proportion of the materials covering the earlier period, 1933-1936.      Files of Cecilia Razovsky. Correspondence between Razovsky and NCC board members, members of affiliated agencies, and other individuals, such as Joseph P. Chamberlain, Albert Einstein, M. Feinberg, Myron Falk Jr. Correspondence between the NCC and organizations and government agencies, such as Family Welfare Association, Committee on Displaced Foreign Psychologists, Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced German Scholars, National Council of Jewish Women, General Committee of Immigrant Aid at Ellis Island and New York Harbor, State Department. Statistics of activities of the NCC and its constituent agencies.  Periodic statistical reports from local agencies in Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Hartford (CT), Rochester (NY), San Francisco and other cities.  Reports by the Jewish Family Welfare Society. Reports by the Brooklyn Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, 1937-1939.  Periodic statistical reports of arrivals from Germany and their destination by cities, 1938. NCC Manual on Immigration, 1939: immigration regulations, visas, affidavits.  Manual of Mental Examination of Aliens. SS "St. Louis", 1939:  Passenger permits and names, names of relatives.  Cash journals, clippings.
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Record Series Number: RG 247 /RG 247 
Created by: National Coordinating Committee for Aid to Refugees
Volume: 0.0
Subject Index
Communal Welfare Organizations
Immigration and Emigration
Social Welfare
United States
Genres/Forms of Material
Documents - Records
Other Formats: MKM 3.1-.6
Finding Aid Revisions: 1994/11/29 ; 1903/09/23 ; GMB
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