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Guide to the Papers of Paul (Pesakh) Novick (1891-1989) 1897-1991, 2006 (bulk 1940-1988) RG 1247

Processed by Daniel Soyer and Shloyme Krystal. Additional processing by Rachel S. Harrison as part of the Leon Levy Archival Processing Initiative, made possible by the Leon Levy Foundation.

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Electronic finding aid was encoded in EAD 2002 by Rachel S. Harrison in October 2011. Description is in English.

Collection Overview

Title: Guide to the Papers of Paul (Pesakh) Novick (1891-1989) 1897-1991, 2006 (bulk 1940-1988) RG 1247

Predominant Dates:bulk 1940-1988

ID: RG 1247 FA

Extent: 40.3 Linear Feet


The Original Documents series and the Photographs series were processed by Daniel Soyer in June 1989. The addendum was processed by Shloyme Krystal in 2006. The Newspaper Clippings series and the Files of Chaim Suller series were processed by Rachel S. Harrison in 2011.

The office files were alphabetically arranged when they came into the Archives, with correspondence and subject files integrated. This order has been maintained, with minor changes to correct folders that were not in alphabetical order. Photographs and clippings have been separated into distinct series. The photographs were rearranged. Many of the newspaper clippings were unarranged and many were loose in the boxes, while others were labeled but not arranged. These clippings have been put into folders and given titles, either by subject or by the name of the periodical. They have been arranged alphabetically, paralleling the order of the series of original documents. Materials are arranged according to the Latin alphabet even when they do not use Latin characters. Yiddish names and periodical titles have been transliterated according to YIVO standards except when the individual is known in English by another spelling. Additionally, if the name appeared in Latin letters anywhere within the folder, that spelling was used rather than a standard transliteration. Files of Chaim Suller, managing editor of the Morning Freiheit , have been arranged alphabetically and form their own series. The papers are divided into four series and an addendum. The addendum is arranged topically. Folder numbers run throughout the first four series but begin again at folder 1 in the addendum.

Languages: Yiddish, English, Russian, French, Hebrew, Polish, Spanish, German, Romany


This collection contains documents of journalist and left-wing political activist Paul Novick, consisting mainly of correspondence, subject files, manuscripts, photographs, and newspaper clippings. These materials relate to Novick’s career as long-time editor of the Morning Freiheit (Morning Freedom), his important role in the worldwide Communist movement, the history of the Freiheit itself, and Jewish and general politics. These materials demonstrate Novick’s important, and changing, role in the history of Communism, as well as his career as a Yiddish journalist and author.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The papers in this collection pertain to Novick’s work as the editor-in-chief of the Morning Freiheit , and to his activities on the political left, in the Communist Party of the USA, the International Workers Order (IWO), and in Idisher Kultur Farband (IKUF). The collection contains a wealth of materials relating to the history of Communism, particularly as it relates to the Jews in the United States, the Soviet Union, Israel, and elsewhere. Much of the correspondence, including that with such individuals as Peggy Dennis, Alexander Bittleman and Howard Fast concerns the growing disillusionment with the Soviet Union and the Communist Party on the part of many long-time adherents. The history of the Morning Freiheit itself, particularly for the period during which Novick was the editor, is well documented by the voluminous correspondence and many manuscripts of Freiheit contributors and supporters. These materials also shed light on Yiddish literary circles, particularly those inclined towards the left. Jewish and general political issues are documented by statements and other materials issued by a wide range of Jewish and left-wing organizations.

Subject files, including those on individuals as subjects, containing significant material include: Antisemitism, Birobidzhan, the Bund, Cuba, the Holocaust, Israel, Trofim Kichko, H. Leivick, Moyshe Olgin, Poland, the press, the USSR, Morris Winchevsky, Chaim Zhitlowsky, and Zionism. Materials in the file of Lucy Dawidowicz concern the expulsion of the Jewish Music Alliance from the Jewish Music Council during the McCarthy era.

Organizations represented by significant amounts of material include: the Communist Party, particularly the American Comunist Party, Daily World , Jewish Daily Forward , Idisher Kultur Farband (IKUF), International Workers Order (IWO), Jewish Defense League, Morning Freiheit , and the United Nations. There is also material issued by the American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, Novosti Press Agency, and other organizations in many of the files.

Photographs include portraits of many individuals, particularly contributors to the Morning Freiheit and Soviet Jewish writers, as well as Soviet and Polish press photos, pictures from Novick’s trip to Poland in 1978, Freiheit -sponsored events, and other subjects. Among the most significant photos are: Sholem Aleichem with Reuben Brainin and an unidentified man, circa 1915; Herzl with a group of journalists at a Zionist congress in Basel, possibly in 1897; an inscribed portrait of Joseph Barondess, 1916; a group of delegates to the 1937 IKUF conference at the Paris train station; Brainin and others in Bnai Brak in the 1920s; a number of photographs of Jewish life in Poland in the immediate post-war period; Novick in Birobidzhan, 1936; Novick speaking at meetings of ICOR, 1937, and the Zhitomir Relief Committee, 1947; Novick with Communist leaders James Ford, Israel Amter, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and Mike Gold, 1941; Novick with Soviet Yiddish writers and cultural figures, including Solomon Mikhoels and Itsik Feffer, during Novick’s trip to the USSR in 1946; Itsik Feffer with poet I.E. Rontch in front of a Jewish bookstore on the Lower East Side, 1944; and scenes from camps Kinderland and Lakeland.

Office files include alphabetically arranged correspondence and subject files, including manuscripts of articles and speeches by Novick and other writers, reports, memoranda, brochures, printed materials, travel writings, flyers and press releases issued by a number of organizations on a wide variety of issues, pamphlets, photographs and clippings relating to Novick’s work with the Morning Freiheit , his activity with the Communist Party, including his expulsion in 1973, his affiliation with other organizations, and his concern with politics, current events and Jewish affairs in the United States, the Soviet Union, Israel, and elsewhere.

Correspondents include: Herbert Aptheker, Hertz Burgin, David Bergelson, Martin Birnbaum, Alexander Bittleman, Reuben Brainin, Bella Chagall, Marc Chagall, Peggy Dennis, Howard Fast, Lion Feuchtwanger, Bruno Frei, Joshua Gershman, Ben Gold, Mike Gold, Itshe Goldberg, Ber Green, William Gropper, Shmuel Halkin, Abraham Jenofsky, Efraim Kaganofsky, Moshe Katz, Leon Kobrin, Malka Lee, Rafael Mahler, Khaym Maltinsky, Ber Mark, Kalman Marmor, Abraham Maymudes, Gina Medem, Nachman Meisel, Jacob Milch, Michal Mirski, Otto Nathen, Kopl Novick, Melech Ravitch, Isaac Raboy, Sid Resnick, Isaac E. Rontch, Morris U. Schappes, Upton Sinclair, Hersh Smolar, Moshe Sneh, Dora Teitelbaum, Aaron Vergelis, Z. Wendroff, and Chaim Zhitlowsky. The file for Ber Green includes a number of letters by Alexander Mukdoni, Kalman Marmor, Yehoash, Bergun, Winchevsky, Bergelson, Milch, Peretz Hirschbein, Zhitlowsky, and others. The correspondence file for Aaron Vergelis includes material concerning the journal Sovietish Heymland (Soviet Homeland), of which he was the editor.

The newspaper clippings recreate many of the topics found in the Original Documents series. These generally seem to be topics Novick was interested and involved with, individuals and organizations he corresponded with, periodicals he wrote for, subscribed to or read regularly, and possible topics for articles. Chaim Suller’s files mostly concern the running of the Morning Freiheit , dinners and events related to the newspaper, Suller’s correspondence, copies and drafts of his articles, geographical files, some of which contain correspondence, and a great deal of information about tracking down war criminals and former Nazis, particularly in the United States.

The addendum is made up of brochures, printed materials, speeches and articles written by Novick and others, including Leib Kvitko, David Hofshtayn, Peretz Markish, and Anna Safran, travel writings from his trips to the Soviet Union, Poland, Romania, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and other countries, biographical notes, court proceedings, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and materials he gathered during his time as an editor of Morning Freiheit , 1924-1988. There are also materials about the conflict between the Sovietish Heymland and the Morning Freiheit , about the Jewish national problem, which contributed to Novick’s expulsion from the American Communist Party, some materials about Moyshe Olgin, who was the editor of the Freiheit until his death in 1939, when Novick assumed that role, about Solomon Mikhoels and Itsik Feffer in America, about Alexander Belousov, the Russian Yiddish poet, Novick’s rehabilitation of the Yiddish writers murdered in 1952, the Ber Green memorial, and material for a book by Moshe Katz.

The collection dates from 1897-1991 with one article from 2006. The bulk of materials come from 1940-1988.

Historical Note

Biographical Note Paul (Pesakh) Novick was born September 7, 1891 in Brisk (Brest-Litovsk), Russia to Chaim Feivel and Chaya Esther Novick. His father was a shopkeeper and sent him to kheyder and then to the yeshiva to learn with Rabbi Chaim (Halevi) Soloveitchik. At the age of 16 Novick left the yeshiva. He became involved in the Jewish labor movement and joined the Jewish Labor Bund in 1907. At the same time he devoted himself to acquiring a secular education. Between 1910 and 1912, Novick lived in Zurich, Switzerland, where he earned a living as a machinist in a cigarette-casing factory, while continuing his literary pursuits in the evening. In 1913 he came to New York, working first in a raincoat factory, and later as an official and secretary of the Jewish Federation of the Socialist Party and its weekly organ, Di Naye Velt (The New World), in which he first began to publish articles starting in 1915. Following the February Revolution in 1917, Novick returned to Russia and resumed his activity with the Bund, first in Petrograd (St. Petersburg) and then in Minsk and Moscow, where he worked in a factory. He contributed articles to the Di Folksztyme in Kiev in 1917-1918 and Der Veker in Minsk in 1918. In 1919 and 1920 he was editor of the Bundist Unzer Shtime (Our Voice) in Vilna and co-editor with Zalmen Reisin of the Vilner Tog (Vilna Day). In 1920 he served as news editor of the Bundist Lebns-fragn (Current Issues) in Warsaw.

In October 1920, Novick resettled, this time permanently, in the United States. He rejoined the Jewish Socialist Federation and briefly wrote for the Jewish Daily Forward from 1920-1921. Novick sided with the left wing of the Jewish Socialist Federation when it split from the Socialist Party in 1921, at which point he joined the “Progressive Movement.” At the same time, he and some colleagues, including Moyshe Olgin, founded the Communist Freiheit (Freedom, later the Morning Freiheit ) in April 1922 with Novick as its first news editor. The Freiheit referred to itself as a “militant workers’ newspaper” and was also strongly aligned with the Communist Party and the Bolshevik regime in the Soviet Union. Novick served at various times as secretary of the Freiheit’s editorial board, assistant editor and, after the death of Moyshe Olgin in November 1939, as editor-in-chief. He was a staff member of the Chicago Jewish Courier in 1923-1924 and served on the editorial board of Der Hamer (The Hammer) 1925-1937. He was particularly active in the International Workers’ Order (IWO), founded 1929, especially in its Yiddish educational and cultural activities, and with the Idisher Kultur Farband (IKUF), which was founded in 1937, including serving as a staff member of IKUF’s Yidishe Kultur (Yiddish Culture). He was also a staff member of other periodicals and organizations, including Jewish Currents , Proletpen, Zamlungen starting in 1955, Eynikeit , the journal of the leftist Jewish Tailor’s Group, in 1926-1928, and Dos Naye Lebn , the journal of the Organization for Jewish Colonization in Russia (ICOR), from 1945-1949.

For many years Novick was an ardent defender of the Communist Party in all matters, even after the Hitler-Stalin pact of 1939, and the Freiheit reflected this approach. However, his position began to shift following Khrushchev’s 1956 denunciation of Stalin’s crimes at the 20th Congress of the Communist Party and the revelation in the Warsaw Folksztyme (Peoples’ Voice) that many of the leading Yiddish cultural figures in the Soviet Union had been executed in 1952. In 1957 the Morning Freiheit was officially declared free of Party control and began to exhibit a more independent position, although still generally sympathetic to Communism. The Freiheit first openly opposed Stalin’s Communism in 1962, reprinting the article about Khrushchev’s denunciation from the Folksztyme , although the Freiheit maintained its commitment to the Jewish left, espousing an independent brand of democratic Socialism.

While Novick himself remained a member of the Party and its national committee through the 1960s, he began to push within the Party for a position more favorable to Israel and supportive of its conflict with the Arab states, especially after the 1967 war when the Party condemned Israel. This was a reversal of Novick’s earlier strongly anti-Zionist writings. When the State of Israel was declared, Novick relinquished his opposition to Zionism and supported the Jewish state. His new position was a consequence of a “new Jewish consciousness which was born in Auschwitz.” He did not ever consider himself a Zionist, because he did not believe that Israel was the only solution to the Jewish national question, but he did recognize the centrality of Israel for the Jewish people. Eventually Novick openly declared himself against Soviet Communism and leveled charges of habitual antisemitism at the Kremlin. He criticized the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and Czechoslovakia and to question Soviet representatives regarding the USSR’s treatment of its Jewish minority. As the articles in the Freiheit began to express more independence from the official Communist position, Novick’s conflict with the Party leadership grew, until he was expelled in 1973 for “opportunistic capitulation to…Jewish nationalism,” for “Zionist bourgeois” leanings and for serving “United States imperialism.”

In addition to his activities as an editor, Novick wrote a large number of pamphlets and books on Jewish and general political issues. He also published Yiddish translations of English, Russian and German literary works, including Washington Irving’s Rip Van Winkle . From 1929 through the 1970s, Novick traveled extensively, visiting the Soviet Union, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Israel, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Cuba, and Mexico on a number of occasions. He wrote about his travels in a series of articles and notes, some of which were published as a book, Europe – Between War and Peace , in 1948. The Freiheit had a daily circulation of over 14,000 in its heyday but ultimately ceased publication September 11, 1988 due to a combination of a lack of readers, a shortage of writers, rising expenses, and the deaths of several longtime benefactors. Shortly before his death, Novick stated that the end of the Morning Freiheit felt like an ending for him as well. Novick died August 21, 1989, two weeks before his 98th birthday, leaving behind his wife Shirley (Shulamit), his son Allan (Alter), a psychologist, and his brother Kopl Novick, who was also a writer.

Subject/Index Terms

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Permission to use the collection must be obtained from the YIVO Archivist.

Use Restrictions:

Permission to publish part or parts of the collection must be obtained from the YIVO Archives. For more information, contact:

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011

email: archives@yivo.cjh.org

Acquisition Method: Given to the YIVO Archives in January 1989 from Paul Novick, and in June 1989 from the offices of Morning Freiheit .

Separated Materials: Some of the photos were removed to RG 120, the Territorial Photograph Collection and some political cartoons were removed to RG 1290, the William Gropper Papers.

Related Materials: The YIVO Archives has materials by and about Paul Novick, including personal correspondence found in other collections, copies of his books and writings in Yiddish and English, including his Yiddish translation of Rip Van Winkle , and the Moshe Katz book that Novick edited. There are also books and other writings published in the Morning Freiheit or by the Morning Freiheit Association, as well as copies of the Morning Freiheit and Jewish Currents , edited by Morris Schappes, and books by Chaim Suller, managing editor of the Morning Freiheit .

Preferred Citation: Published citations should take the following form: Identification of item, date (if known); Papers of Paul Novick; RG 1247; folder number; YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.

Box and Folder Listing

Browse by Series:

Series 1: Series I: Original Documents, 1906-1988,
Series 2: Series II: Photographs, 1897-1987, undated,
Series 3: Series III: Newspaper Clippings, 1928-1991,
Series 4: Series IV: Files of Chaim Suller, 1939-1987,
Series 5: Series V: Addendum, 1926-1989, 2006,

Series I: Original Documents
This series includes Paul Novick’s professional materials from his career as editor of the Morning Freiheit. These are arranged alphabetically under headings created for the most part by Mr. Novick. In most cases, correspondence is filed under the name of correspondent. Other material is generally filed by subject or issuing organization. Files under the name of an individual may include correspondence with that person, as well as material about him or her.
Folders: 317
Folder 1: A Correspondence and General

- Charles R. Allen, Jr., 1976

- Shulamit Aloni, 1981

- James Aronson, 1973-1975

- Dina Abramowicz, 1980 (Yiddish)

- Julius Adler, 1949 (Yiddish)

- William Abrams, 1943-1966 (Yiddish)

- Ronnie Altman Cintron, 1979 (Yiddish)

- Eva and Pesakh Alexander, 1978-1981 (Yiddish)

- Michael Alexandrovitch, 1961 (Yiddish)

- Nachum Alpert, 1981 (Yiddish)

- Pamphlets:

- Jewish Culture in America, by Nathan Ausubel

- Milestones of the American Jewish Committee

- Oyf der vakh far sholem un demokratic (On Guard for Peace and Democracy), United Cloakmakers Branch, 1939

Folder 2: Almazov, S.
- correspondence, manuscripts, clippings
Folder 3: Antisemitism

- radio speeches by Novick, 1966, and by Morris U. Schappes, 1966

- press releases by the Anti-Defamation League and other organizations, 1981-1984

- pamphlets published by the American Jewish Committee:

- The Many Faces of Anti-Semitism, 1967

- Anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union 1977-1981, by Kampelman

- offprint of article by Morris U. Schappes, Anti-Semitism and Reaction, 1795-1800

- several issues of antisemitic Common Sense, 1969-1971

Folder 4: Aptheker, Herbert
- correspondence, notes on articles by Aptheker
Folder 5: Asch, Sholem

- chronology of Asch's collaboration with the Freiheit, circa 1946

- Hitler's Birth, article by Asch (Yiddish)

Folder 6: B Correspondence

- Selig Benjamin, 1967-1969

- Jerome Blackman

- Patricia Blake, 1960

- Carl Bloice, 1978-1980

- Marlene Booth, 1986

- Sam Borun, 1982

- Dora Bodek (Yiddish)

- Ben Bonus and Mina Bern, 1983-1984 (Yiddish)

- Y. Bakal (Yiddish)

- Henri Barboim, 1922 (copy) (Yiddish)

- M. Bornstein, 1943-1944 (Yiddish)

- Joseph Barsky, 1977 (Yiddish)

- Yosef Burg, 1980-1982 (Yiddish)

- Hertz Burgin, 1946 (Yiddish)

- B.J. Bialostotzky, 1962 (Yiddish)

- Anna Safran Bially, 1986 (Yiddish)

- Jacob Biber, 1982 (Yiddish)

- Tzalel Blitz, 1952 (Yiddish)

- Ray Becker, 1977 (Yiddish)

- Israel Bercovitch, 1985 (YIddish)

- Z. Brokhes, 1944 (Yiddish)

Folder 7: B General

- manuscripts of articles by Lawrence Bush, Jacob Biber, Martin Birnbaum, E. Bagramov, Sarah Barkan

- speech by Novick at funeral of Joseph Boruchowitz, 1943

- program for performance in Brooklyn by the Jewish State Theater of Bucharest

Folder 8: Babi Yar
1962, undated

- correspondence, accounts of visits to site, other materials, undated

- pamphlet of poems by Yevgeni Yevtushenko (Yiddish), published by IKUF, 1962

Folder 9: Bailin, Y.B.

- correspondence, eulogies by Novick for Bailin's autobiography, other material

- program for Bailin 75th anniversary and Sholem Aleichem centenary program of Jewish Music Alliance, 1959

Folder 10: Batt, Samuel
- correspondence
Folder 11: Bauman, S.
- correspondence, manuscript articles
Folder 12: Begun, V.
- account of a meeting of a few Minsk Jews with the writer V. Begun
Folder 13: Belenki, Moyshe
- correspondence, manuscript of article
Folder 14: Bergelson, David
1930-1933, 1964

- correspondence, 1930-1933

- interview with Tsipe Bergelson, with letter from Peretz Zelmanovski, 1964

- typescript of Khaver Shakhne (Neighbor Shakhne), by Bergelson

Folder 15: Bick, A.

- correspondence, manuscripts of articles by Bick

- Novick's report on Bick's leaving Freiheit

Folder 16: Birnbaum, Martin

- correspondence, 1976-1984

- manuscript of poetry by Birnbaum

- Novick's greeting for Birnbaum's 80th birthday, 1984

- Novick's eulogies for Birnbaum, 1986

Folder 17: Birobidzhan
1937, 1975-1985

- reports, press releases, notes, articles, 1975-1985

- pamphlets:

- Jews in Biro-Bidjan, by Novick (Yiddish), 1937

- People I Know in Birobidjan, 1975, On the Banks of the Amur, 1984, by Yevgeni Bugayenko

- The People and Land of Birobidzhan, by Vyacheslav Kostikov, 1979

- Law of the RFSSR on the Jewish Autonomous Region (Yiddish), 1984

Folder 18: Bittelman, Alexander
- correspondence, other material
Folder 19: Bogen-Dua, Gershon (A. Ged)
- manuscript articles on Polish and Jewish politics
Folder 20: Bolshakov, V.

- Bolshakov's pamphlets:

- Anti-Sovietism - Profession of Zionists, Anti-Communism: The Main Line of Zionism

- notes, essays on Bolshakov's works

Folder 21: Botwin

- manuscript of Naftali Botvin's Death Sentence (Yiddish)

- issue 5 of Botvin, organ of the Jewish company volunteers in the Spanish Civil War

Folder 22: Braginski, Joseph

- typescripts of articles by Braginski on assimilation

- pamphlet by Novick: Assimilation and the Jewish People

Folder 23: Brainin, Reuben

- letters from Brainin, 1937

- Brainin memorial speeches, 1945, 1950

- brochure for Brainin clinic

- Novick's speech at the clinic

- pamphlet: Immortal Speech (Umshaterblaekhe reyd), by Brainin, published by ICOR, 1940

Folder 24: Brest

- correspondence, manuscripts, publications concerning Brest (Brisk) and activities of Brisker landslayt in the United States and elsewhere

- pamphlet: The City of Brisk, by Kopl Novick (Yiddish), 1973

Folder 25: Buchenwald
- manuscripts, pamphlets concerning Buchenwald
Folder 26: Buchwald, N.

- correspondence, 1941-1943

- eulogy by Buchwald, 1956

- Yiddish translation of Lion Feuchtwanger's play The Devil in Boston

- pamphlet: Pogromchiks Flood America (Pogromshtshikes farflexzn Amerike), 1952

Folder 27: Bund
1927, 1985

- pamphlet by Shakhne Epstein: The Bund: What it Was, and What it has Become, 1927

- correspondence, 1985

Folder 28: Bush, Lawrence

- correspondence, 1981-1982

- transcript of interview with Novick, 1981

Folder 29: C Correspondence

- A. Churlin, 1975

- Robert S. Cohen, 1969

- Committee for the Free World, 1982

- Jack Cowan, 1978-1979

- N. Chernoy, 1975-1977 (Yiddish)

- Philip Cherner, 1972-1977 (Yiddish)

- Nahum Chanin, 1958 (Yiddish)

- M. Charatz, 1961 (Yiddish)

- Sam Carr, 1980-1985 (Yiddish)

- Esther Carol, 1968-1972 (Yiddish)

- Moshe Carol, 1972 (Yiddish)

- Louis Cooper (Yiddish)

Folder 30: C General
- notes, flyers concerning Alice Citron, Leslie Campbell, Croation dictionary definition of "Jew", China, Center for Socialist History, Committee for a Just Peace in the Middle East
Folder 31: Chagall, Marc and Bella

- correspondence of Bella and Marc Chagall, 1942-1948

- manuscripts of articles by Marc and Bella Chagall

- Novick's speech at Bella Chagall's funeral, 1944

Folder 32: Communist Party
- correspondence, reports, memos, notes, statements, and other materials concerning Novick's activities in the Party, the Party's positions on Jewish issues and Novick's expulsion from the Party
Folder 33: Communist Party
Folder 34: Communist Party
Folder 35: Communist Party
Folder 36: Communist Party
Folder 37: Communist Party
Folder 38: Cuba

- notes, manuscripts of speeches and articles by Novick about and in Cuba

- Yiddish text of Castro's "Declaration of Havana"

Folder 39: Culture
1972, undated

- notes from discussion on the roles of writers

- statement on "Class and Culture" by Sara and Harry Boyte and Bob McMahon, of the New American Movement, 1972

Folder 40: D Correspondence and General

- Joe Dimow, 1983

- Shimon and Lucy Deitch (Yiddish)

- Shile Dillon, 1971 (Yiddish)

- S. Dingol, 1927 (Yiddish)

- I.L. Druker (Yiddish)

- obituary for Moyshe Dimant

- eulogy for Louie Dan, 1974

- poem entitled Elegy, for Israel Schwartz, by Shmuel Dan

- article by Reuben Gruyer of Novosti on Mark Donskey's open letter to Golda Meir

- articles by and about General David Dragunsky

- article on Isadora Duncan

Folder 41: Daily World
- letters and statements concerning articles appearing in the Daily World
Folder 42: Davar
- letters and statements concerning accusation in Sovietish Heymland that an editor of Davar had once called for stirring up antisemitism
Folder 43: Davidson, S.

- correspondence, 1953-1967

- manuscript of My First Story in the Freiheit (Yiddish)

Folder 44: Dawidowicz, Lucy
- correspondence, reports, minutes, and statements primarily concerning the expulsion of the Jewish Music Alliance from the National Jewish Music Council in 1954 and Dawidowicz's role in the proceedings
Folder 45: Dennis, Peggy
1950, 1975-1982

- correspondence and other material, especially concerning Dennis' disillusionment with the Communist Party, 1976-1982

- pamphlet on Eugene Dennis case, 1950

Folder 46: Domb, Leyb (Leopold Trepper)
- correspondence and other material concerning the campaign to secure Domb-Trepper's emigration from Poland
Folder 47: Doroshkin, Yankl
- correspondence
Folder 48: Drechsler, N.
- correspondence, articles from Argentina
Folder 49: E Correspondence

- A. Ebion (Yiddish, Romanian)

- Max Eisenberg, 1956 (Yiddish)

- Meyer Eisendorf (Yiddish)

- Gershon Einbinder, 1943 (Yiddish)

- Zalman Emanitotz, 1974 (Yiddish)

- Meyer Elin, 1966 (Yiddish)

- M. Epstein, 1974-1975 (Yiddish)

- Ilya Ehrenburg, 1961 (Yiddish)

Folder 50: E General

- eulogy for Shakhne Epstein

- miscellaneous notes

- Israeli Consulate statement on Egypt, 1976

- pamphlets on Eichmann trial: Expose, by Vaclav Kral (Czechoslovakia), Little Known Facts in the Criminal Career of Adolf Eichmann in Poland, by Zofia Krzyzanowska and Henryk Fiszer, The Eichmann Trial and the Rule of Law, by Yosal Rogat

- manuscripts: David Dervart Zikh...far Sotsialer Farzikherung, by Max Eisenberg, Novick-Lid, by Meyer Eisenberg

- transcripts of segments of letters by Engels and Marx

- flyers, reports and correspondence of Emma Lazarus Federation of Jewish Women's Clubs, 1978-1979

- notes on elections, 1974-1981

- excerpts from antisemitic article by Emelyanov

Folder 51: Einstein, Albert
1955, undated

- correspondence, typescripts of articles on Einstein

- pamphlets: Einstein - The Man, the Jew, in Yiddish and English, 1955

Folder 52: Eisenstadt, Shmuel
- correspondence, manuscripts of articles, anniversary pamphlet
Folder 53: F Correspondence

- Abraham H. Foxman, 1908

- Phil Frankfeld, 1974

- Bruno Frei, 1972-1973

- V. Falkovich, 1959, 1978 (Yiddish)

- A. Feitelson, 1971 (Yiddish)

- L. Feinberg, 1937 (Yiddish)

- Morris Field (Yiddish)

- Berl Fields, 1977 (Yiddish)

- Moishe Finkel (Yiddish)

- Sol Fishbein, 1979 (Yiddish)

- Jacob Fisherman (Yiddish)

- Israel Felhendler, 1969 (Yiddish)

- I. Freidkes, 1969 (Yiddish)

Folder 54: F General

- bopgraphical sketch of Abraham Foxman

- article by Novick on Leo Frank, 1951

- list of articles in the Freiheit by Fenster, 1939-1940

- pamphlet: The True Portrait of Bela Fabian, 1960

- manuscript article by V. Lutski on Jews in the French Revolution

- speeches by Novick honoring Y. Fried, 1968, 1979

- statement by Sol Fishbein, Anti-Israel Bias in the Jewish Currents

- press releases for American Friends of the Anne Frank Center

- review of book of anti-religious folktales

Folder 55: Fast, Howard
- correspondence, statements, especially concerning Fast's resignation from the Communist Party
Folder 56: Federman, S.
- correspondence, manuscripts of articles of Federman, Novick's eulogy for Federman
Folder 57: Feffer, Itsik
1980, undated

- offprint of "Zionism and Post-War Policy, Part Six: The Case of Itsik Feffer," from The Communist, published by the British and Irish Communist Organization in the U.K., 1980

- miscellaneous notes and typescripts of Feffer's poems

Folder 58: Feiler, Eliezer
- correspondence concerning the Bologna Palestinian-Israeli Conference, and the Israeli left
Folder 59: Feinberg, L.
- correspondence concerning Feinberg's series of articles on the Freiheit
Folder 60: Feuchtwanger, Lion
- correspondence
Folder 61: Folks-Sztyme
- correspondence, statements
Folder 62: Forward

- flyers, correspondence, other material

- pamphlet: Der Bashuldigungs-Akt Gegn Forverts (The Indictiment against the Forward), by Novick, 1940

- notes and manuscript history of Forward

- pamphlet: 60 Years of the Jewish Daily Forward, by J.C. Rich, 1957

- brief on behalf of Ab. Cahn in suit brought by Novick

Folder 63: G Correspondence

- Si and Sophie Gerson, 1977-1978

- Sidney Gluck, 1979-1981

- Edward Goldstein, 1974

- Judah L. Graubart, 1978

- Selma Greenberg, 1981-1982

- Bella Goldvirt (Yiddish)

- Goldene Keyt (Golden Chain), 1975 (Yiddish)

- Josef Goldkorn, 1984 (Yiddish)

- Haim Ishel Goldstein, 1981 (YIddish)

- Miriam Goldenberg, 1983 (Yiddish)

- David Guterman (Getzl Becker), 1980-1984 (Yiddish)

- Florence Glassman, 1980 (Yiddish)

- Yankev Glatshteyn, 1967 (Yiddish)

- Joseph Gershkovich, 1981 (Yiddish)

- M.B. Granit, 1981, 1986 (Yiddish)

- Asher Greenberg, 1985 (Yiddish)

- Selma Greenberg, 1983 (Yiddish)

- Noah Gris, 1978-1979 (Yiddish)

- Gary, 1981 (Yiddish)

Folder 64: G General

- manuscript of a poem written by Eva Goldgevikht, written in Auschwitz, 1943 (copy)

- manuscript poetry by Bella Goldvirt

- notes for Novick's speech honoring Goldvirt, 1979

- information sheet from Soviet Embassy: Jewish Cultural Life in the Soviet Union, by Ruvim Groyer

- transcript of UN General Assembly meeting, including speeches by Indira Gandhi, Francois Mitterand and Mika Spiljak, president of Yugoslavia, 1983

- letters concerning antisemitism in Guatemala

- pamphlets: Travels in the Soviet Union, by B.Z. Goldberg, 1966, and The Left Wing in the Garment Unions, issued by the Joint Board of Cloak, Skirt, Dress, and Reefer Makers' Unions, 1927

- speeches and articles honoring Ber Green

- Novick's notes and speeches on Germany, 1954, undated

- flyer for testimonial for Si Gershon

- miscellaneous other materials

Folder 65: Garfield, Nathan and Mary
- correspondence, manuscript articles
Folder 66: Genocide
1966, 1984

- letter from Senator Hugh Scott and report on U.S. ratification of the UN Convention on Genocide, 1966

- World Jewish Congress statement on "cultural genocide", 1984

Folder 67: Gershman, Joshua
- correspondence, other material concerning Gershman's activities as editor of the Canadian Vokhnblat (Weekly Newspaper), Communist Parties in Canada, Israel and the United States, other materials
Folder 68: Gershman, Joshua
Folder 69: Gershman, Joshua
Folder 70: Gershman, Joshua
Folder 71: Ghetto
1953, 1976-1987

- manuscript article by Novick: Revizies fun di Yudenratn (Revisions of the Judenrat)

- programs for ghetto memorials, 1976-1987

- manuscript of memoirs of Auschwitz

- pamphlet by G. Alef (Bolek): Dray Kemfer far a Fray Sotsialistish Poyln (Three Fighters for a Free Socialist Poland), Warsaw, 1953

Folder 72: Glicksman, Wolf
- correspondence, article manuscripts
Folder 73: Gold, Ben

- correspondence, 1968-1983

- manuscripts of articles by Gold

- typescript of editorial on the Furrier's Union in the Freiheit, 1923

- pamphlet by Gold: Di Prese in Itstikn Moment (The Press at the Present Time), 1946

- flyers concerning affairs of the Furrier's Union, 1957

Folder 74: Gold, Mike

- letter from Gold, 1966

- letters about Gold, including one from Al Richmond, 1967

- pamphlet by Gold: The Damn Agitator and Other Stories

- Novick speech at memorial meeting for Gold, 1967

Folder 75: Goldberg, B.Z.
- manuscripts of articles by Novick concerning Goldberg
Folder 76: Goldberg, Itche

- correspondence, 1962-1986

- Novick's remarks at a banquet honoring Goldberg, 1976

Folder 77: Goldman, Nahum
- press releases concerning Goldman
Folder 78: Goldstein, Chaim
- correspondence and manuscript articles
Folder 79: Grade, Chaim
1946, 1983

- note from Grade, 1946

- letter from law firm referring to the estate of Grade, 1983

Folder 80: Green, Ber

- correspondence, manuscripts, other materials, 1965-1985

- correspondence of Green with others, including Hinde Zaretsky, Moyshe Altman, Khaym Schwartz

- Blood, Fire and Pillars of Smoke: Excerpts from a Memoir, by Green, 1985

Folder 81: Green, Ber

- material filed under Green, evidently collected by N. Haykin: letters to Nachman Meisel from A. Mukdoni, kalman Marmor, K. Benek, Abraham Nusenevitsh, 1945-1951

- letters to Jacob Milkh from yehoash, Hertz Bergun, L. Shapiro, Morris Winchevsky, 1906-1941

- letters to Weinper from David Bergelson, 1929-1930

- letter to Winchevsky from Milkh, 1906

- letter to Marmor from Peretz Hirschbein, 1937

- letters to Haykin from Chaim Zhitlowsky, 1943, others

- lists of aphorisms and anecdotes

- unidentified manuscripts of poetry, stories and articles

Folder 82: Grol, Tevia
- correspondence, manuscripts
Folder 83: Grol, Tevia
Folder 84: Gromyko, Andrei
1947, 1975

- pamphlet of Gromyko's speech at the UN on A Palestine Solution, issued by the Morning Freiheit Association, 1947

- press release with Gromyko's statement at the UN, 1975

Folder 85: Gropper, William

- correspondence

- Novick's speech at testimonial for Gropper

- reproductions of works

Folder 86: H Correspondence

- Nathan Hurvitz, 1985

- Feige Hofstein, 1978 (Yiddish)

- Louis Heyman, 1938 (Yiddish)

- J. Hirsch, 1983 (Yiddish)

- T. Hirschkan, 1936 (Yiddish)

- articles by Tzvi Hirschkan, including one defending Moscow purge trials

- flyer on Haymarket commemoration, 1969

- biography of American Jewish Committee president Philip Hofman

Folder 87: Halkin, S.

- manuscript of poem: Un dos iz zi, Mayn Zorg (And This is My Worry), and a book of poems: Dos Gebot fun Mayn Blut (The Commandment of My Blood)

- article by Novick about a meeting with Halkin

- plate and proof of a reproduction of an inscription by Halkin to Novick

Folder 88: Hall, Gus

- "Notes by Gus Hall in opening a discussion on the importance of the Encyclical 'Peace on Earth'…", 1963

- pamphlet by Hall: Racism: The Nation's Most Dangerous Pollutant, 1971

Folder 89: Halpern, B.
- correspondence, from Vilna
Folder 90: Halpern, Dina
- correspondence, programs from Halpern's dramatic presentations, other material
Folder 91: Harap, Louis

- correspondence

- drafts of statement by Progressive Jewish editors on Jews in the Soviet Union

Folder 92: Helsinki

- Soviet press releases concerning human rights

- pamphlet: compilation of documents on human rights, published by the Senate Committee on Governmental Operations

Folder 93: Holocaust
1942, 1978-1979

- Novick's notes

- papers by Yehuda Bauer and Abraham Foxman

- brochure for Holocaust Library and Research Center of San Francisco

- program for Holocaust memorial at Capitol, 1979

- list of memorial books at Montreal Jewish Public Library, 1978

- catalog of Holocaust books by Avon books

- pamphlets: A Mapole far Hitlern in 1942! (Defeat Hitler in 1942!), by Novick

- The Holocaust: Maps and Photographs, by Martin Gilbert, 1978

- A Plea for the Survivors, by Elie Wiesel, 1978

- The Holocaust and Resistance, by Israel Gutman

- A Viewer's Guide to the Holocaust

- Extermination, Sauvetage et Resistance des Juifs de Belgique (Extermination, Resistance and Rescue of Jews in Belgium), by Maxime Steinberg, 1979 (French)

- The Record: The Holocaust in History, Anti-Defamation League, 1978

Folder 94: Honor, Philip
- correspondence, reports and notes concerning Honor's dispute with the Freiheit
Folder 95: Howe, Irving

- Novick's notes on World of Our Fathers

- letter requesting permission to quote passage in World of Our Fathers, 1975

- transcript of Howe's interview with Novick

Folder 96: Hungary
1956, undated

- newsletter on Hungary: The Facts, two issues, undated

- special issue of New World Review: Hungary in Travail, 12/56

Folder 97: I Correspondence and General

- In The Times, 1982

- Isaac Jonas (Yiddish)

- Yudka (Yiddish)

- statements and article concerning the Communist Party of Italy, particularly on events in Poland, 1981-1982

- International Ladies Garment Workers Union, special issue of Gerekhtikayt (Justice) on 50th anniversary of 1910 strike

- Novick's speech at ICOR 20th anniversary celebration, 1944

Folder 98: IKUF (Idisher Kultur Farband)

manuscripts of speeches, reports and statements

- notes, minutes, other material

- pamphlets: Tsen Yor IKUF (Ten Years of IKUF), 1948

- IKUF Farlag (IKUF Press), 1959

- Tezisn tsum Tsentn IKUF-Kongres (Theses for the Tenth IKUF Conference), Buenos Aires, 1972

Folder 99: IKUF (Idisher Kultur Farband)
Folder 100: IKUF (Idisher Kultur Farband)
Folder 101: Immigration/Emigration
- reports, press releases and statements concerning emigration and immigration of Soviet Jewry
Folder 102: International Workers Order
1940, 1951-1954

- partial transcripts of hearings, flyers, court statement and other material on dissolution of the IWO by the state, 1951-1954

- pamphlet: Undzer Plan farn Voylzayn fun Folk (Our Plan for Plenty), 1940

Folder 103: Israel

- texts of speeches by Novick concerning Israel, 1954-1955

- pamphlet: Crisis in Palestine, by Moses Miller, 1946

Folder 104: Israel

- correspondence

- press releases and statements by Communist Party of Israel, MAKI and RAKAH, and its leaders S. Mikunis, T. Toubi, Yair Zuban, by the Israeli government and Abba Eban, Morris U. Schappes, Sid Rasnick, USSR

- information bulletins of CPI (both Mikunis - Sneh?MAKI and Vilner-Toubi/RAKAH factions

Folder 105: Israel

- correspondence

- Novick's notes

- press releases and statements by the USSR, MAKI, Senator Hugh Scott, Israel National Peace Committee, National Federation of Israeli Journalists

- information bulletins of CPI (both factions)

- pamphlets: The Six-Day War was on the Part of the People of Isral a Defensive War for Israel's Very existence, issued by Israel Peace Movement

- The Record of Aggression

Folder 106: Israel

- correspondence with Fray Yisroel (Free Israel), journal, Communist Party of Israel (MAKI), Israel Association for Cultural Activities

- manuscript articles concerning Israeli Communists

- statements and press releases by the USSR, MAKI, Israel Movement, Keren Hayesod

- bulletin of the Council of the Sephardi Community in Jerusalem

- article on UNRWA by James Sheldon

- Middle East crisis map

- information bulletins of CPI (both factions)

Folder 107: Israel

- correspondence

- manuscript articles by Novick, Moshe Sneh and Berl Balti

- statements and press releases by CPI (both factions), American Jewish Committee of Israel, Beyt Halokham, Israel Peace Committee

- information bulletin of MAKI

- pamphlet: Two years Since the June 1967 War, by Meir Vilner

Folder 108: Israel

- Novick's notes and drafts

- statements by Nadav Safran and Alfred Lilienthal

- information bulletins of CPI (both factions)

- pamphlets: Di Natsionale in Idishe Frage in Itstikn Moment (The National and Jewish Question at the Present Time), by Novick

- Struggling for a Peaceful Solution, by Jacob Majus

- Israeli Foreign Policy: A Time for Re-evaluation, by Nahum Goldmann

Folder 109: Israel

- pamphlet: Vos iz Forgekumen in MAKI? (What Happened in MAKI?), 1973

- article on Palestinian nationalism, by Amnon Rubinstein, 1974

- other material

Folder 110: J Correspondence and General

- Jewish Chronicle, 1972

- Gershon Jacobson, 1981 (from Novick) (Yiddish)

- letter to Israeli Consul, about Paul Juditz, 1953

- manuscript article on Max Jenkins, by Shloyme Davidson

- Novick's speech honoring "Jerome", 1952

- pamphlets: Der Emes Vegn Idishn Arbeter-Komitet (The Truth About the Jewish Labor Committee), Freiheit, 1949

- Ver Zaynene di Idishe Komunistn (Who are the Jewish Communists), National Jewish Bureau (of the Communist Party), undated

- American Jewish Committee statement on Jewish Studies in Europe

- fundraising letter for the Jewish People's Chorus

Folder 111: Jenofsky, Abraham

- correspondence with Jenofsky and with Frieda Jenofsky, 1974-1984

- Novick's speeches at Jenofsky banquet, 1963, and at memorial meetings, 1976

Folder 112: Jerusalem Conference

- materials concerning the World Conference in Israel for Yiddish and Jewish Culture, including letter from Yitskhok Korn to Itche Goldberg and a letter from United Jewish People's Organizations to Israeli President Efraim Katsir

- statement: Discriminatsie un Kultur Zaynen nit keyn Pr (Discrimination and Culture Do Not Go Together)

Folder 113: Jewish Cultural Clubs and Societies

- Novick speech, 1970

- programs for concerts, 1980-1982

Folder 114: Jewish Defense League

- flyers and statements by JDL

- statements on the JDL by American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, Communist Party, Jewish Cultural Clubs and Societies, Progressive Jewish organizations, Workmen's Circle, the Soviet Consulate

- Novick's speech at anti-JDL meeting

- other materials

Folder 115: Jewish Life
- miscellaneous notes, texts of speeches and articles, other materials
Folder 116: Jewish Tercentenary

- manifesto on tercentenary by progressive Jewish organizations

- illustrated brochure for book, The Jews in the United States 1654-1954

Folder 117: K Correspondence

- Avram Kahn, 1983-1984

- Horace M. Kallen, 1972

- Leo Kaplan, 1980

- Aaron Katz, 1981

- Fred Katz, 1954

- Menke Katz

- Bel Kaufman, 1978

- Henri Krasucki, 1983

- Philip Kullback, 1982

- Chayim Kotliansky, 1949 (Yiddish)

- Israel Kolker, 1982 (Yiddish)

- Shimon Kantz, 1984 (Yiddish)

- Rivka Kope, 1983 (Yiddish)

- Jacob Kotzik, 1955 (Yiddish)

- Sam Karr, 1986 (Yiddish)

- J. Karo, 1984-1985 (Yiddish)

- Shmuel Klein, 1983-1984 (Yiddish)

- S. Abraham Kleinman, 1983 (Yiddish)

- Abraham Kwaterko, 1984 (Yiddish)

- Joseph Kermish, 1981 (Yiddish)

Folder 118: K General

- speeches by Novick: Kor-Kunts evening, 1945

- Kamenetzky evening, 1948

- Kirk banquet, 1956

- Hershl Kesler funeral, 1965

- Aaron Kurtz memorial, 1964

- M.L. King, Jr. memorial, 1968

- N. Kamenetzky funeral, 1970

- article on 1946 Kielce pogrom

- pamphlets: Di Role fun Anarkhizmus (The Role of Anarchy), by P. Kropotkin, Winnipeg, 1914

- Meir Kahane: In His Own Words, Anti-Defamation League, New York, 1985

- World Jewish Congress press release on Philip Klutznick

- notes on Kastner case

- manuscripts by Alfred J. Kutzik on East Germany and the Holocaust

- Yoysef Kotliar poems

- Aron Zelik Kuperblum stories

- Jesse Kleinman on Nicaragua

- Y. Kora

- Yudl Kohen poems

- Rivke Kope

Folder 119: K General
Folder 120: Kaganovsky, Efraim
- correspondence, list of stories published in the Freiheit
Folder 121: Kahan, Avrom
- correspondence, including letter from Yelena Kahan, on Avrom kahan's death
Folder 122: Kaminska, Ida

- programs and other material concerning Kaminska's performances

- notes, correspondence and other material on Kaminska

Folder 123: Kaplan, Tankhum

- correspondence, 1959-1960

- booklets with reproductions of Kaplan's work, 1962, 1973

Folder 124: Karski, Jan
- biographical sketch and photocopies of various articles on Karski
Folder 125: Katz, Moshe

- manuscript articles by Katz

- pamphlet by Katz: Der Sovetn-Farband un Finland (The Soviet Union and Finland), 1940

- souvenir booklet for Katz's 60th birthday, 1946

- correspondence and other material concerning Kat'z death, 1960

- correspondence with Esther Katz, 1960-1962

- annotated clippings of Katz's articles

Folder 126: Katz, Moshe
Folder 127: Kenig, G.
- correspondence
Folder 128: Kerler, Joseph
- correspondence
Folder 129: Kertman, Aaron
- correspondence
Folder 130: Khaver-Paver (Gershon Einbinder)

- correspondence, 1943-1962

- Novick's speeches honoring Khaver-Paver, 1948, 1961

Folder 131: Kichko, Trofim
1964, undated

- statements by American Jewish Committee, Academic Committee on Soviet Jewry, Conference on Status of Soviet Jews

- article by Kichko, Zionism - A Tool of Imperialism

- interview with the Ukrainian representative to the UN by the Freiheit

- statement by the Ideological Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the USSR

- pamphlets: Judaism Without Embellishment: Recent Documentation of Russian Anti-Semitism, by Moshe Decter

- The Soviet Book That Shook the Communist World, 1964

Folder 132: Kinderland
- Novick's speeches at camp meetings
Folder 133: Kipnis, Itsik and Shimen
1961, 1979-1984

- correspondence with Itsik Kipnis, 1961

- with Shimen (Syoma) Kipnis, 1979-1984

Folder 134: Kish, Maurice

- correspondence, manuscript poetry, reproductions of Kish's art with article by Dovid Seltzer

- catalog of exhibit by Jerzy Bitter (Yurek)

Folder 135: Klarsfeld, Serge and Beate
- press releases, brochures, other material concerning Nazi-hunters Beate and Serge Klarsfeld
Folder 136: Kling, Jack
- correspondence, Novick's notes
Folder 137: Kobrin, Leon

- correspondence with Kobrin, 1942-1945, with Paulina Kobrin, 1947-1955

- Novick's speeches at Kobrin's anniversary celebration and funeral, 1946

Folder 138: Korey, William

- correspondence concerning Soviet antisemitism, 1978-1983

- pamphlets by Korey: The Legal Position of Jews in the Soviet Union, 1966

- The Soviet 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion': Antisemitic Propaganda in the USSR, 1967-1977

- article: A People on the Move

- article in Russian, by G.M. Manevitch

Folder 139: Korman, Yudl
- correspondence, speech
Folder 140: Korneyev, Lev

- translation of an article by Korneyev: The Poisonous Weapon of Zionism, 1977

- pamphlet: Israel: The Reality Behind the Myths, 1980

Folder 141: L Correspondence and General

- E. Liberman, 1966

- Emanuel Litvinoff, 1982

- B. Lapin, 1947 (Yiddish)

- Dov Liebermann, 1987 (Yiddish)

- Liuba, 1982 (Yiddish)

- Joshua Liubomirski, 1963-1968 (Yiddish)

- Y. Linkovski, 1958 (Yiddish)

- Chaya Lifschitz, 1981 (Yiddish)

- A. Lekhovitzki, 1943 (Yiddish)

- Letste Nayes (Latest News), 1984 (Yiddish)

- manuscript articles by Y. Linkovski (proof sheets), J. Liubomirski, and about Dvoyre Lazurkin

- mimieographed sheet on Rosa Luxembourg and Karl Liebknecht

- pamphlets: The First Labor Day Parade, Tuesday, September 5, 1882, by Theodore F. Watts, 1983

- Provakatorn Zaynen a Shand farn Idishn Folk (Provocations are a Shame for the Jewish People), by Sam Liptsin, 1947

- Ferdinand LaSalle, by Y.B. Beylin, published by Workmen's Circle Children's Library, 1926

- photocopy of typescript of On Antisemitism (Russian), by A. Lunachursky, 1929

- speeches by Novick at funerals of Y. Leyzerovitsh, 1967, A. Lekhovitsky, 1973, and S. Liptsin, 1980

Folder 142: Lee, Malka
- correspondence, manuscript poems
Folder 143: Leivick, H.
1937, undated

- reports on Leivick's trip to Palestine in 1937, as well as on the political situation there

- polemical article by Novick against Leivick, Der Arbeter un di Idishe Literatur (The Worker and Yiddish Literature)

Folder 144: Lenin
1938, 1969

- Communist Party discussion outline on Lenin, 1938

- information sheet from UNESCO Lenin Symposium, 1969

Folder 145: Lerner, Sarah

- correspondence

- Novick's speech honoring Lerner

Folder 146: Levin, Nora
- correspondence
Folder 147: Liebermann, Dov
- correspondence
Folder 148: Lifschitz, Nehama

- correspondence with Meir Braudo

- press releases

- articles on Lifschitz

Folder 149: Lipski, Y.
- correspondence, manuscript articles on Israel
Folder 150: Lipski, Y.
Folder 151: Lipski, Y.
Folder 152: Los Angeles

- material concerning the L.A. Jewish Cultural and Fraternal Clubs, including statements on various issues, 1973-1975

- notes, articles, reports and minutes concerning Novick's trips to L.A., 1974-1986

- correspondence, 1977-1978

Folder 153: Los Angeles
Folder 154: Los Angeles
Folder 155: Lumer, Hyman

- manuscripts of Novick's polemic against Lumer

- pamphlets by lumer: Soviet Anti-Semitism: A Cold War Myth, 1964

- What Happened in Poland, 1969

Folder 156: M Correspondence and General

- Harry Magdoff, 1981

- Jacob R. Marcus, 1976-1978

- August Maymudes, 1978

- Bobby and Judd, 1982

- Raphael Mahler (Yiddish)

- Jacob Marinoff, 1939 (Yiddish)

- Gitl Meisel, 1968 (Yiddish)

- Hershl Meyer, 1981-1982 (Yiddish)

- MAPAM (United Workers Party), 1968 (Hebrew)

- Zita Meyer, 1985 (Yiddish)

- letters from Howard Spier and William Karey's secretary concerning the rabbis of the Moscow Choral Synagogue, 1983

- Novick's speech at funerals of Zuni Maud and Elie Marks

- excerpts from speech by Molotov, 1936

- pamphlet: Maidanek, Za Provolokoi Unichtozheniya (Maidanek, Extermination Behind the Wire)

Folder 157: Malach, Lottly

- correspondence

- open letter from Malach to Novick, concerning Israel, with Novick's response

Folder 158: Malik, Y.A.

- texts of statements by Soviet Representative Y. Malik in the UN

- drafts of texts of statement protesting antisemitism on the part of Malik

Folder 159: Maltinsky, Chaim
- correspondence, manuscript poetry
Folder 160: Margoshes, S.
1939, 1967

- correspondence, 1939, 1967

- pamphlet: A Briv fun Dr. Sh. Margoshes un an Entfer fun P. Novick (A Letter from Dr. S. Margoshes and Response by P. Novick), 1967

Folder 161: Mark, Ber

- correspondence with Ber Mark, Esther Mark and Ber Mark Memorial Book Committee

- manuscript articles and speeches about Mark

Folder 162: Markish, Peretz

- correspondence with Esther Markish and other family members

- miscellaneous material on Peretz Markish

Folder 163: Marmor, Kalman

- correspondence, 1940-1953

- miscellaneous manuscript articles by Marmor

- manuscript articles on Marmor, birthday greetings

- Novick's speeches honoring Marmor, 1942-1956

- pamphlet by Marmor: Joseph Bovshover, 1952

Folder 164: Marmor, Kalman
Folder 165: Massey, Norman
- correspondence, manuscript articles
Folder 166: Mates, David
- correspondence, manuscripts by Mates
Folder 167: Maymudes, Abraham
- correspondence, articles
Folder 168: Maymudes, Abraham
Folder 169: Maymudes, Abraham
Folder 170: Maymudes, Abraham
Folder 171: Medem, Gina
- correspondence, articles
Folder 172: Medvedev, R.

- Medvedev's essay: Blizhnyevostochnyy Konflikt I Yevreyskiy Vopros v SSSR (Conflict in the Middle East and the Jewish Question in the USSR)

- partial Yiddish translation

Folder 173: Meisel, Nachman

- correspondence, 1940-1965

- memoranda, meeting minutes and notes concerning IKUF

- Novick's speeches honoring Meisel and at memorial meetings, 1964-1986

- pamphlets: Prof. Shimen Dubnov un Dr. Khaym Zhitlovski (Prof. Simon Dubnow and Dr. Chaim Zhitlowski), by Meisel, 1961

- Nakhman Meisel Bibliografie (Nachman Meisel Bibliography), 1971

Folder 174: Meisel, Nachman
Folder 175: Miami
- notes and texts of Novick's speeches in Miami, and reports of visits in Miami
Folder 176: Miami
Folder 177: Miami
Folder 178: Mikhoels, Shloyme
- Novick's speech concerning Mikhoels' and Feffer's visit to the United States
Folder 179: Milch, Jacob
1920, 1940-1945
- correspondence, manuscript chapters of Milch's autobiography
Folder 180: Miller, Louis
- correspondence and other material (also with Rachel Miller)
Folder 181: Mirski, M.
- correspondence, manuscripts of articles on political issues
Folder 182: Mirski, M.
Folder 183: Mirski, M.
Folder 184: Mirski, M.
Folder 185: Mirski, M.
Folder 186: Morford, Richard
- correspondence with Morford, executive director of the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc., primarily concerning Soviet antisemitism
Folder 187: Morning Freiheit
1923-1926, 1940-1980

- texts and notes for Novick's speeches at anniversary and other meetings, 1941-1980

- notes and minutes of editorial and other meetings, 1963-1981

- letter to post office concerning inspection of mail, 1956

- anniversary telegrams, 1967

- list of editors, transcriptions of editorials, 1923-1926

- lists of articles about Nazi war criminals, 1958-1959, about racism, 1971

- circulars, 1974-1975

- miscellaneous financial records

- programs for anniversary meetings, 1940, 1975

- founding resolution for Morning Freiheit Association, 1943

- pamphlets: Vos far a Tsaytung Darft Ir Leyenen? (What Kind of Newspaper Should You Read?)

- Vos iz a Tsaytung? (What is a Newspaper?

- The Character and Aims of the Morning Freiheit

- Far a Besern Lebn (For a Better Life), 1952

Folder 188: Morning Freiheit
Folder 189: Morning Freiheit
Folder 190: Morning Freiheit
Folder 191: N Correspondence and General

- New World Review, 1971

- Novaya Vremya (New Times), 1961 (Yiddish)

- Shmuel Norick, 1985 (Yiddish)

- New Outlook, 1977 (Yiddish)

- Charles Nemeroff, 1972 (Yiddish)

- Jack (Yiddish)

- Novick's speeches at meetings honoring Charles Nemeroff, 1960, 1969, at Nemeroff's funeral, 1972

- handmade birthday card to Novick from group in New Haven, 1976

- article on Nuremberg trials by Vasily Morozov, issued by Soviet embassy, 1981

Folder 192: Nathan, Otto
- correspondence
Folder 193: Naye Presse
- correspondence with editors, including Y. Hirsh-Yakob and Anna Vilner
Folder 194: Nazism

- material concerning neo-Nazi activities in the United States and Germany

- notes, press releases by American Jewish Committee, and others

- issues of Klanwatch Intelligence Report and N.S. News, published by National Socialist Party of America

Folder 195: Negroes

- notes for articles

- texts of Morris U. Schappes' radio talks on WBAI, 1967

- brochures and press releases of the NAACP, ADL, AJCommittee

- pamphlets: Martin Luther King Memorial

- The Image of the Jew in the Negro Community, by Paul Levenson

- The Black Panthers, Jews and Israel (Jewish Currents reprint)

Folder 196: Nelson, Steve
- correspondence
Folder 197: Novick, Kopl

- correspondence, 1955-1983

- articles by Kopl Novick

- Paul Novick's speech honoring Kopl, 1966

- pamphlets: Vos far a Yidn-Frage in Sovetn-Farband Baumruikt di Morgn Frayhayt (What Sort of Jewish Question in the Soviet Union Disturbs the Morning Freiheit), 1977, by Kopl Novick, with other articles

- Di Shtot Brisk (The City of Brisk), by K. Novick, 1973

Folder 198: Novick, Kopl
Folder 199: Novick, Kopl
Folder 200: Novick, Paul
1919-1932, 1957, 1967

- letter from Novick to J. Finkelstein, 1919

- greetings for Novick's 65th birthday, 1957

- miscellaneous speeches and notes

- Novick's statement to the House Un-American Committee, 1967

- list of articles by Novick, 1922-1932

Folder 201: Novosti Press Agency

- articles on Jews in the Soviet Union

- correspondence

Folder 202: O Correspondence and General

- Ruth Okuneva, 1981

- Hirsh Osherowitch, 1968 (Yiddish)

- article by Ruth Okuneva: Nasha Istoriya v Proshlom I Nastoyashchem ili Grimasy Sovremerinogo Antisemitizma (Our History in the Past and the Present, or The Ugly Face of Modern Antisemitism)

- reprints of articles by David Opatoshu about his father Joseph

- article about David Oshinsky by his daughter Billie Portnoy

Folder 203: Ogonyok (periodical)

- translations of Ogonyok articles: Invitation Into a Trap, by Evgenii Vistunov

- A Desant baym Eylbertn Breg Yam (A Troop Landing at the Olive Coast), by Lev Korneyev (Yiddish)

- The Ideology and Practice of Violence, by Dimitri Zhukov

- statement by MAKI (Communist Party of Israel) on Zhulov's article

Folder 204: Olgin, Moisey (Moyshe)

- Novick's speeches at Olgin memorials, 1940-1986

- programs for memorial meetings, 1978, 1980

Folder 205: Olgin, Moisey (Moyshe)
Folder 206: Olkin, Abraham
- correspondence
Folder 207: P Correspondence and General

- William Patterson, 1956

- Aleksander Aronovitsh Petsheski, 1965 (Russian)

- Boris Polevoy, 1956 (Russian)

- Benno Popliker, 1973 (Yiddish)

- Rita Pops-Sotsovska, 1978 (Yiddish)

- Dvore Platner, 1962-1963 (Yiddish)

- Simon Prusin, 1973-1981 (Yiddish)

- Rachel Pressman, 1977 (Yiddish)

- statements by William Patterson on the Jewish question

- Workmen's Circle Passover Haggadah

- book pf poetry: Dar Sertsa (Gifts of the Heart), by A. Platner, 1962

Folder 208: Peoples World
- correspondence and polemics with editor Carl Bloice
Folder 209: Peretz, I.L.

- Novick's speech at Peretz memorial, 1945

- postcard with Peretz and other writers

- pamphlet: I.L. Peretz als Sotsialer Dikhter (I.L. Peretz as a Social Poet), by Shakhne Epstein

Folder 210: Perlov, Max
1945, 1975-1985
- correspondence, manuscripts of articles
Folder 211: Poland

- correspondence with organizations and individuals in Poland, 1975-1983

- speeches, notes and articles concerning Jews in Poland, 1946-1980

- copies of antisemitic cartoons in the Polish periodical Zotnierz Welnosci, 1968

- catalog of Yidish Bukh publishing house, 1962

- correspondence and other material concerning Novick's trip to Poland, 1978

- pamphlets:

- KPP in Kamf Kegn Antisemitizm (The KPP in the Struggle Against Antisemitism), by T. Berenshteyn, 1956

- Vendung tsu di Tsentral-Komitetn fun di Komunistishe un Arbeter-Parteyen fun Langyorike aktivistn in der Revolutsionerer Arbeter-Bavegung vegn der Lage fun Yidn in Poyln (Appeal to the Central Committees of the Communist and Workers Parties by Long-time Activists in the Revolutionary Workers Movement About the Solution of the Jews in Poland)

- The Jewish Problem in Poland, by Novick, 1969

- Anti-Jewish Agitation in Poland, by Simon Wiesenthal

- The Monument of Ghetto Heroes

- Scenes of Martyrdom and Fighting of Jews on the Polish Lands, 1939-1945

Folder 212: Poland
Folder 213: Posner, Rafael
- correspondence and articles
Folder 214: Prague
1953, 1968-1974

- correspondence with Pragopress Features, 1968

- greeting cards from Jewish State Museum, 1968, 1971

- summary of Prague radio broadcast attacking Zionism, 1974

- flyer issued by Freiheit on the Slansky trial, 1953

- pamphlets: The State Jewish Museum in Prague

- The Old Jewish Cemetery in Pargue

Folder 215: Press

- texts and notes for Novick's talks on the Yiddish press, especially the Freiheit, 1941-1959

- notes and correspondence concerning circulation figures for Yiddish newspapers, 1936-1962

- pamphlets: Vos iz a Tsaytung? (What is a Newspaper?), published by the Freiheit

- A Briv fun Dr. Sh. Margoshes un an Entfer fun P. Novick (A Letter from Dr. S. Margoshes and Response by P. Novick), 1967

Folder 216: Priblude, Avrom
- correspondence and manuscripts
Folder 217: R Correspondence

- Sergei Radomsky, 1937

- Charles Raddock

- Al Richmond, 1969

- Max Rosenfeld, 1985

- William Rothberg, 1985

- M. Rumshinsky, 1975

- Russki Golos, 1970 (Russian)

- Jonah Rotsinov (Yiddish)

- Melech Ravitch, 1944 (Yiddish)

- M. Razumni, 1967 (Yiddish)

- Rosa, 1985 (Yiddish)

- Philip Rosenberg, 1968 (Yiddish)

- William Rothberg, 1985 (Yiddish)

- A. Rayski, 1947 (Yiddish)

- Leyzer Ran, 1983 (Yiddish)

- M. Rakowski, 1963-1967 (Yiddish)

- Rivka (Ruth) Rubin, 1952 (Yiddish)

- Rivka Rubin, 1975-1981 (Yiddish)

- Dina Rumanova, 1974 (Yiddish)

- Alexander Reinis, 1974 (Yiddish)

- Jurgen Rennert, 1979-1981(Yiddish)

Folder 218: R General

- Novick's speeches, notes about Sore Rotboym, 1963, Zalman Reisin, 1985, I.E. Rontch, Moyshe Rahinski, 1966

- manuscripts by Rivke Royznblat (Yiddish translations of works by Thomas Bell and Albert Maltz), Paul Robeson, Jr., 1981, Mark Razumni, Yoyne Radinov, Y. Rotboym, Melech Ravitch, Jurgen Rennert

- material about Shmuel Rozin, Vanessa Redgrave, Leyzer Ran, Hillel Rogoff

Folder 219: Rabin, Yosef
- correspondence
Folder 220: Rabinovich, S.
- correspondence and articles
Folder 221: Raboy, Isaac

- correspondence, 1936-1944

- manuscript of Raboy's story, Di Baytsh (The Whip)

- Novick's speech at Raboy's funeral, 1944

Folder 222: Rapaport, Joe
- correspondence
Folder 223: Redlich, Shimon
1945-1947, 1976-1982

- correspondence, 1976-1982

- interview with Novick on the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in the USSR, 1976

- copy of transcript of interview with Novick at U.S. embassy in Moscow, 1947

- copy of telegram from Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee about the end of the war, 1945

Folder 224: Regelson, Avrom
- correspondence, manuscript
Folder 225: Reisin, Avrom
- notes, copies of poems by Reisin
Folder 226: Resnick, Sid
- correspondence, manuscripts of articles
Folder 227: Resnick, Sid
Folder 228: Resnick, Sid
Folder 229: Resnick, Sid
Folder 230: Resnick, Sid
Folder 231: Resnick, Sid
Folder 232: Resnick, Sid
Folder 233: Revolution

- notes, syllabi, lectures concerning Jewish participation in American Revolution, and other aspects of American Jewish history

- pamphlet: The Jew and the American Revolution, by Jacob R. Marcus

Folder 234: Robeson, Paul
1944, 1981

- form letter from Robeson, 1944

- letters by Lloyd Brown and Paul Robeson, Jr. concerning Robeson's relations with Jews, 1981

- Novick's answer to Brown

Folder 235: Rontch, Isaac E.
- correspondence, manuscript articles and poetry
Folder 236: Rontch, Isaac E.
Folder 237: Rontch, Isaac E.
Folder 238: Rontch, Isaac E.
Folder 239: Rontch, Isaac E.
Folder 240: Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel
1954, 1975-1983

- commemorative card, 1954

- press releases of the National Committee to Reopen the Rosenberg Case, 1975-1983

Folder 241: Rotboym, Yankev and Sore

- correspondence with Yanken and Sore Rotboym

- program for recital by Sore Rotboym

Folder 242: Rubinstein, Annette T.
- correspondence
Folder 243: Rudawski, Michal
- correspondence, manuscript articles
Folder 244: Rumania
1962, 1972-1981

- correspondence with Franz Averbakh of the Bucharest Jewish State Theater, 1972-1981, Rabbi Moshe Rosen, 1962, 1972

- pamphlet: Jewish Life in Romania in 1978

Folder 245: S Correspondence

- Theodore Shabad, 1983

- Art Shields, 1968

- Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1982

- Upton Sinclair, 1940-1943

- Lea Slovin, 1969

- Jacob Sonntag, 1980-1983

- David Soyer, 1981

- Nathan Sabare, 1967 (Yiddish)

- Israel Silver (Yiddish)

- Raphael and Rivka Soyer, 1972-1978 (Yiddish)

- N. Samaroff (Yiddish)

- Yuri Suhl, 1975 (Yiddish)

- S. Simani, 1984-1985 (Yiddish)

- S. Seculer, 1977 (Yiddish)

- Yente Serdatski, 1943-1945 (Yiddish)

- Moses Shapiro, 1961 (Yiddish)

- M. and P. Shatz, 1967 (Yiddish)

- David Stockfish, 1986 (Yiddish)

- Moshe Starkman, 1945 (Yiddish)

- Mordechai Strigler, 1967 (Yiddish)

- Shiff, 1986 (Yiddish)

- L. Skolnick, 1976 (Yiddish)

- Sab, 1956 (Yiddish)

- I.B. Salzberg, 1956 (Yiddish)

Folder 246: S General

- Novick's speeches at memorials for Jack Stachel, 1966, Esther Sandler, 1976, Yuri Suhl

- notice of memorial meeting for Shloyme Silver, 1931

- correspondence concerning party honoring Sophie Supack, 1980

- biographical sketch of Jacob Sheffer

- article by S. Lvov on celebration of the anniversary of the Revolution in Moscow, sent out by the Soviet Yiddish Press Agency - ISPA

- report on work by M.A. Suhl researching press coverage of furriers

- song sheet

- notes on Sakharov

- Socialist Party, Downtown Jewish branch circular, 1916

- Soviet press release concerning Alexander Solzhenitsyn

- article by S.L. Schneiderman on Soviet Yiddish writers, 1955

Folder 247: Safran, Anna

- correspondence, manuscripts, 1962-1985

- Novick's speech honoring Safran, 1964

Folder 248: Sakharov, Andrei

- notes, congressional records, press releases by Sen. Henry Jackson, American Jewish Committee

- Yiddish translation of article by Sakharov, Di Kranke Gezelshaft (The Sick Society)

Folder 249: Schappes, Morris U.

- correspondence, 1971-1985

- texts of speeches by Schappes about Jewish Currents, Freiheit, other topics, 1967-1987

- Novick's speeches honoring Schappes and Jewish Currents, 1955-1982

- Novick's notes on Scahppes' books

- pamphlets by Schappes:

- Obstacles to Peace in the Middle East, 1968

- The Jewish Question and the Left - Old and New, 1970

- The Political Origins of the United Hebrew Trades, 1888, (reprint from the Journal of Ethnic Studies, Spring 1977)

- Irving Howe's The World of Our Fathers: A Critical Analysis, 1977

- souvenir journal for Jewish Currents celebration of Albert Einstein centennial

- bibliography of Schappes' writings

Folder 250: Schechtman, Eli
- correspondence
Folder 251: Schwartz, Khaym
- correspondence
Folder 252: Schwartz, Khaym
- correspondence
Folder 253: Schwartzman, Raya
1957, 1976-1988

- correspondence, 1957, 1976-1988

- article by Schwartzman on Santa Monica politics

- letter from Irving Howe concerning his book, World of Our Fathers

Folder 254: Seltzer, David
- correspondence
Folder 255: Sfard, Dovid and Regina
- correspondence
Folder 256: Sherling, Yuri

- letter from Sherling to Ben Bonus, 1983

- correspondence between Novick and Schappes, 1984

Folder 257: Singer, Isaac Bashevis
- wire service reports on Singer's reception of Nobel Prize
Folder 258: Sholem Aleichem
1940, 1981-1983

- letter from Olga Rabinowitz to H. Leivick, 1940

- text of lullaby

- invitations to annual reading of Sholem Aleichem's works, 1981, 1983

- Sholem Aleichem commemorative stamps

Folder 259: Shtern, Sholem
- correspondence, manuscripts
Folder 260: Shtern, Sholem
Folder 261: Shulshteyn, Moyshe
- letter from Shulshteyn to Kadia Molodovsky
Folder 262: Simonet, S.
- correspondence
Folder 263: Sloves, Haim

- correspondence, 1958-1984

- Novick's speech in honor of Sloves, 1970

Folder 264: Smolar, Hersh
1946, 1956-1985

- correspondence, 1956-1983

- manuscript articles by Smolar

- Novick's speech in honor of Smolar, 1968

- pamphlets:

- Fun Minsker Geto (From the Minsk Ghetto), 1946

- Der Tsadik in Peltz…Zamlung fun Artiklen (The Holy Man in Furs…Collection of Articles), polemical articles, 1985

Folder 265: Smolar, Hersh
Folder 266: Smolar, Hersh
Folder 267: Sneh, Moshe

- correspondence, 1959-1972

- pamphlets:

- Di Problemen fun dem Yidishn Folk un Zeyer Leyzung (The Problems of the Jewish People and Their Solution), by Sneh

- Materialn fun 16th Tzuzamenfor fun der Komunistisher Partey fun Yisroel (Proceedings of the 16th Congress of the Communist Party of Israel), 1968

Folder 268: Stalin, Joseph
1950-1951, 1961

- Yiddish translation of Pravda article: The 22nd Congress of the CPSU on the Liquidation of the Persecutions of the Cult of Personality, 1961

- pamphlets:

- Stalin in Folkslid (Stalin in Folksong), by P. Sandler, 1950

- Marxism and Linguistics, by Stalin, 1951

Folder 269: Suhl, Yuri

- letter, 1984

- article by Suhl on a trip to Prague

- Novick's speech at Suhl's funeral, 1986

Folder 270: Suller, Chaim

- correspondence, 1974-1977

- Novick's speeches in honor of Suller's 75th birthday, 1978

- program from 75th birthday concert

Folder 271: Szmulewski, Dovid
- correspondence
Folder 272: T Correspondence and General

- Umberto Terracini, 1973

- Wolf Tambur, 1979 (Yiddish)

- Luba Treper, 1984 (Yiddish)

- M. Tsanin, 1987 (Yiddish)

- A. Tsirlin, 1969 (Yiddish)

- Chaim Tseshinsky, 1983 (Yiddish)

- letter from Novick concerning death of Shmuel Tenenblat, 1982

- material concerning Leyb Treper

- print of artwork on Terezin

- postcard from Touro Synagogue

- pamphlet and notes from Treblinka

- book of poetry by Moyshe Teyf

Folder 272A: (Yiddish) Theater Correspondence

- United States, 1979, includes Yiddish Actors Club, Mina Bern, L. Liebgold

- Romania, 1973, includes Israel Berkovic

Folder 273: Talmy, Vladimir
1955, 1981

- correspondence, 1981

- Soviet rehabilitation and death documents for Talmy's father Leon, 1955

Folder 274: Taub, Muni
- correspondence, manuscript articles on Canadian Jewish affairs
Folder 275: Teitelbaum, Dora

- correspondence, manuscript poems, 1951-1975

- letter from reader criticizing Teitelbaum's poetry

Folder 276: Toohey, Pat
- correspondence
Folder 277: Tzirulnikov, Shlomo

- correspondence

- articles on Israeli politics

Folder 278: USSR

- miscellaneous notes

- pamphlets:

- Jews in the Soviet Union: Citizens and Builders, by Novick and J.M. Budish, 1948

- The Truth about Antisemitism in the Soviet Union, by Tom O'Connor, 1949

- How the Politburo Thinks and Letter to a Confused Liberal, by Leo Rosten and J.B.S. Hardman, 1951

- speech by S. Mikhoels in Ottowa, 1943

Folder 279: USSR

- Novick's notes

- press releases by Israel, Representative Hamilton Fish

Folder 280: USSR

- correspondence, notes, statements concerning August 12, 1952 murder of Soviet Yiddish writers, 1962-1982

- pamphlet: With the Peretz-Banner and Schwartzman-Tradition…Anthology of Credos, arranged by Leyzer Ran, 1982

Folder 281: USSR

- correspondence

- excerpts and translations of articles on Jews and Israel from Great Soviet Encyclopedia

- notes

- drafts and versions of statement of pro-Communist American Jews concerning Jews in the USSR, 1956

Folder 282: USSR

- correspondence mainly concerning Novick's planned trip to USSR

- article by Novick on Jewish Question in USSR

Folder 283: USSR

- correspondence, including letters from readers

- articles on Soviet Jewish culture and other subjects

Folder 284: USSR

- correspondence

- press releases and statements by Chicago Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, American Jewish Congress in USSR, others

- articles and notes

- pamphlets:

- remarks on: Anti-Semitism, the Swastika Epidemic and Communism, by Senator Thomas U. Dodd from Congressional Record

- The Answer to Soviet Anti-Semitism: Is Exodus Conceivable?, by Mark Richards

- The Fraud of Soviet Anti-Semitism, by Herbert Aptheker

- Soviet Aims to Destroy the Identity of its Jews, by Stuart E. Rosenberg

Folder 285: USSR

- correspondence

- miscellaneous notes and articles

- press releases and statements by MAOZ Society for Help to Soviet Jewry, American Jewish Committee, World Jewish Congress, Jewish War Veterans, National Council of American-Soviet Friendship

- pamphlets:

- Stikhi Yevreyckikh Poetov (Verses of Jewish Poets)

- Soviet Anti-Semitism: A Cold War Myth, by Hyman Lumer

- Soviet Jewry and Human Rights, by Isi Leiber

Folder 286: USSR

- correspondence

- statements, press releases, flyers, circulars and other material of New York Conference on Soviet Jewry, American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, USSR, American League for Russian Jews, American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Committee, U.N., MAOZ

- miscellaneous articles and notes

- pamphlets:

- Soviet Justice and the Jews:Three case Histories

- The Shadow of the Synagogue - Further Documentation of Soviet Anti-Semitism, by Moshe Decter

- Soviet Jewry - A Reply to I. Leibler

- Idn in Sovetn-Farband (Jews in the Soviet Union), by Novick

Folder 286A: USSR - Kitchko
- Kitchko Affair
Folder 287: USSR

- correspondence, particularly about the trial of writers Andrei Sinyavsky and Yuli Daniel

- statements and press releases by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, World Union of Jewish Students, American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, MAOZ, U.N., Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews, British Communist Party, Chilean Writers Union, L'Unita (official newspaper of the Italian Communist Party), others

- pamphlets:

- A Culture in Torment: The Plight of the Jews in the Soviet Union, by David W. Weiss

- Yidishe Autonome Gegnt (Jewish Autonomous Region)

Folder 288: USSR

- correspondence

- press releases and statements by USSR, Academic Committee on Soviet Jewry, Socialist International, American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews

Folder 289: USSR
- Soviet statements and articles concerning Jews in the USSR
Folder 290: USSR
- press releases and statements by American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, American Jewish Committee, Jewish Defense League, others
Folder 291: USSR

- statements and releases by American Jewish Committee, leaders of Progressive Jewish Organizations, Jewish cultural clubs and societies

- Soviet statements and articles

- pamphlets:

- AJC Activities in the Cause of Soviet Jewry

- The Status of Jews in the Soviet Union, by Max Geltman

- Deceived by Zionism, by B. Prahye

- The Deceived Testify

- The Jewish Religion in the USSR, by Zvi Gitelman

Folder 292: USSR
- press releases and statements by USSR, World Jewish Congress, others
Folder 292A: USSR
Folder 293: USSR
- text and material concerning memorandum of progressive Jewish editors concerning Soviet Jewry
Folder 294: USSR
- various statements, articles, other materials concerning Jews in the Soviet Union
Folder 295: United Nations
1975, undated

- material concerning Zionism as racism resolution, including transcript of debate

- statements by Israel, the Secretary-General, the United States, the U.N. Association, Americans for Democratic Action, L'Unita, 1975

- miscellaneous other material

Folder 296: Unzer Fraint
- correspondence
Folder 297: V Correspondence and General

- Vilner Albom Komitet (Vilna Album Committee), 1978 (Yiddish)

- notes and American Jewish Committee press release on Gore Vidal's antisemitic remarks, 1986

- pamphlets by Meyer Vilner:

- Der Kalter Krig un di Frage fun Kultur-Tetikeyt oyf der Yidisher Shprakh in Ratnfarband (The Cold War and the Question of Cultural Activity in the Yiddish Language in the Soviet Union), 1957

- Der Veg tsu a Gezikherter Medines Yisroel (The Way to a Secure State of Israel), 1955

- Vilna album brochure

Folder 298: Vergelis, Aaron

- correspondence, including with other Sovetish Heymland staff, 1956-1986

- correspondence concerning Vergelis

- notes and other material regarding Vergelis, especially visits to the United States, 1963, 1979

- articles by Vergelis

- pamphlets:

- Der Veg in Opgrunt: Di Prese vegn der Alie (The Road to the Abyss: The Press on Aliyah), 1980

- Sovetishe Yidn: Factn un Tsifern (Soviet Jewry: Facts and Figures), 1980

- Breyte Horizontn (Broad Horizons), 1984

- A Vort afn Ort: Polemishe Notitsn (A Word in its Place: Polemical Notes), 1984

Folder 299: Vergelis, Aaron
Folder 300: Vergelis, Aaron
Folder 301: Vergelis, Aaron
Folder 302: W Correspondence and General

- Steve Wasserman, with Jacobo Timerman interview, 1981-1982

- James Weinstein, 1981

- Louis and Rose Weinstock, 1968

- William Weinstone 70th birthday tribute, 1967

- Saul Wellman, 1977-1981

- Stephen Wise, 1943-1946

- Shlomo Wasserman, 1974 (Yiddish)

- Elie Wiesel, 1967 (Yiddish)

- A. Weintraub, 1987 (Yiddish)

- Lazar Weiner, 1977 (Yiddish)

- Anna Wilner (Yiddish)

- L. Weiner, 1974 (Yiddish)

- Novick's speeches at tributes to William Weinstone, 1968, Avrom Weiss, 1963, 1970

- article on Hungary by Rose Weinstock, 1966

- material on Gabriel von Wayditch Music Foundation

- report by British Communist Alec Waterman on Soviet Jewry, 1966

- photocopies of letters exchanged by Shimon Weber and Julius Schatz concerning Ida Kaminska's Yiddish theater, 1971

- notes and press release concerning Elie Wiesel

- material concerning the Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1981, 1984

- Novick's speech concerning World Jewish Congress

Folder 303: Weinper, Zisha
1944-1963, 1977-1978

- correspondence, 1944-1956, and with Zita Weinper, 1977-1978

- poem by Weinper, Lomir (Let's)

- Novick's speeches honoring Weinper, 1948, 1963

- miscellaneous other material

Folder 304: Wendroff, Zalman
- correspondence
Folder 305: Winchevsky, Morris

- original manuscript, Kurtse Diburim (Short Words)

- texts of articles and poems written for the Freiheit

- Novick's notes on Winchevsky

- pamphlets:

- Erinerungen (Memoirs), by Winchevsky

- Morris Winchevsky, der Troymer un Kemfer (Morris Winchevsky, the Dreamer and Fighter), by Avrom Bick, 1956

Folder 306: Y Correspondence and General

- A. Yalti, 1937 (Yiddish)

- Yad Vashem, 1984 (Yiddish)

- P. Yutditch, 1965 (Yiddish)

- Abraham Yudin, 1963-1985 (Yiddish)

- Leo Yurman, 1940 (Yiddish)

- Meir Yellin, 1966 (Yiddish)

- Yisroel Shtime (Israel Voice), 1968 (Yiddish)

- Novick's speeches honoring P. Yuditch, 1954, 1968, A. Yudin, 1978

- YIVO programs, 1977, 1985

- pamphlet: Is Yugoslavia a Socialist Country?

Folder 307: Yardeini, Mordechai and Nina Rosenberg
- correspondence, manuscript articles
Folder 308: Yellin, Sarah Fel

- correspondence, 1963-1967

- Novick's speech at Yellin's funeral, 1968

Folder 309: Yevtushenko, Yevgeny

- English and Yiddish translations of Yevtushenko's poems, Babi Yar, and a tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.

- articles concerning Yevtushenko

- pamphlet of Yiddish translations of poems by Yevtushenko, 1962

Folder 310: Z Correspondence and General

- Arnold Zweig, 1958

- Shimon Zakhavian, 1960-1961 (Yiddish)

- Reuben Zaltsman, 1956 (Yiddish)

- Joseph Zokin, 1972 (Yiddish)

- Motl Zokin (Yiddish)

- Itka Zygmuntowicz, 1978 (Yiddish)

- Zalman Zylbercweig, 1961, 1968 (Yiddish)

- Peretz Zilmanovski, 1964 (Yiddish)

- Noah Zhelazo, 1984-1985 (Yiddish)

- W. Zuckerman, 1930 (Yiddish)

- Marvin Zukerman, 1986 (Yiddish)

- Novick's speech at banquet honoring R. Zaltsman, 1951

- articles by N. Zhelazo about Polish politics

- Yiddish translation of Dmitri Zhukov's article Zionism Without Embellishment, 1976

- Novick's speech at Zamlungen evening, 1954

- pamphlet:

- Di Sovietishe Yidn-Patriotn fun Zeyer Sotsialistishn Heymland (The Soviet Jewish Patriots of Their Socialist Homeland), by Genrikas Zimanas, 1984

Folder 311: Zakheim, Meyer
- correspondence, articles, resolutions of Progressive Jewish conferences in Miami, letter and cards from Bernard Maruch Zakheim
Folder 312: Zhitlowsky, Chaim
1937-1953, 1977-1987

- letter from Zhitlowsky, 1937

- Novick's speeches at Zhitlowsky funeral, 1943, and at memorials, 1943-1953

- notes and articles on Zhitlowsky

- seating lists of Zhitlowsky Foundation banquets, 1977-1983

- letter from Zhitlowsky's grandaughter, Nora Wainer, 1987

- pamphlet: An Entfer Sholem Ashn un H. Leyvikn (An Answer to Sholem Asch and H. Leivick), 1943

Folder 313: Zionism

- articles and speeches by Novick, 1945-1978, by Louis Harap, by Nahum Goldman, by others

- Soviet press releases and articles, 1970-1976

- press releases and statements by Breira, Neturei Karta, World Jewish Congress, Hashomer Hatzair, American Jewish Committee, L'Unita, Pioneer Women/Na'amat, World Zionist Organization

- pamphlets:

- Zionism Today, by Novick

- Presidential Support for Zionism and Israel

- issues of LaRouchian publication The Campaigner, 1978

- Zionism: Its Role in World Politics, by Hyman Lumer, 1973

Folder 314: Zionism

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