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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 V: Addendum
1926-1989, 2006
The materials in the addendum consist of materials from Novick’s professional career, including speeches and articles written by Novick and others, Novick’s travel writings, personal documents, newspaper clippings, and correspondence. While some of the documents recreate topics from the original collection, there do not seem to be additional copies of materials.
Folders: 130
Folder 1: Biographical notes and materials

- page from an article about Brest-Litovsk (Yiddish), with a photograph of Novick's parents, Chaim Feivel and Chaya Esther Novick

- article by I.E. Rontch, The Pen of P. Novick (Yiddish)

- biographical notes

- biographical notes, copy from P.N. witholding statement for 1961

- bill from Novick's trip to California, 6/62 (Yiddish)

- report on Novick's trip to Soviet Russia, 1959

- manual: The New World of Saint Simon, by Allan Novick (son)

Folder 2: Court proceedings before the Committee of Anti-American Activities

- statement of P. Novick before the House Un-American Activities Committee, U.S. Courthouse, Foley Square New York, 3/15/67

- U.S. Senate, report of proceedings of a hearing held before sub-committee to investigate the administration of the Internal Security Act and other Internal Security Laws of the committee on the Judiciary, testimony of Paul Novick

- transcript of proceedings of P. Novick's passport hearing, 4/6/56

- P. Novick before the Jenner Committee

- statement of P. Novick before the Security Committee, on the Judiciary, 6/17/55

- letter from the Morgn-Freiheit to Herbert Brownell, Jr., U.S. attornet, Washington, D.C., 10/23/53

- Morgn-Freiheit editorial - machinations against P. Novick are an attack on the freedom of the press, 9/6/53

- U.S. District Court for the District of N.Y. vs. P. Novick, 1/6/54, N.Y. Times clipping, 8/25/53

- American Committee for Protection of Foreign-Born, case of P. Novick, Jewish newspapers in France and Canada against the prosecutions of P. Novick

Folder 3: Yiddish Correspondence from Paul Novick

- his son, 6/25/53

- Aaron Vergelis, 11/9/62, 7/22/63, 10/16/72, 1/23/73

- Hersh Smolar, 6/24/73

- Moshe Sneh, 3/12/71, 5/7/71

- to the Morgn-Freiheit, 11/2/73

- L. Fogelman, editor of the Forward, 7/25/62, with an article by Y. Shmulevitsh, A Kartele Ash Geshikt fun Moskve keyn Amerike (A Postcard Asch Sent from Moscrow to America)

- Gershon Jacobson, editor of the Algemeiner Journal, 4/20/88

- telegram from the Israeli Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, marked urgent

Folder 4: Correspondence to Paul Novick

- International Symposium: Marxism and the Jewish Question, Tel Aviv (text in Yiddish) signed by Hersh Smolar, Yair Caban, 1/7/73, 2/20/73, 3/20/73

- Moyshe Belenki, 3/28/57, 11/28/57, 3/27/58, 4/11/58, 12/7/59, 8/1/85, 5/6/89 (Yiddish)

- Anna Safran Bially, 9/8/80 (Yiddish), 4/19/89 (English)

- Alexander Belousov, 5/27/71 (Yiddish)

- Alexander Bittelman, 12/12/56 (Yiddish)

- Wolf Glicksman, 9/23/88 (Yiddish)

- Muni Taub, 4/24/64 (Yiddish)

- Y. Lipski, 3/18/73, 5/1973 (Yiddish)

- Vladimir (Vova) Talmy, 4/18/89, 5/12/89

Folder 5: Correspondence to Paul Novick

- Esther Markish (Russian)

- Rive (Regina) Sfard, 11/13/88 (Yiddish)

- Aaron Vergelis, Sovietish Heymland, 12/14/62, 6/17/63, 7/3/63, 7/27/73 (Yiddish)

- S. Simonet, 5/23/88, 12/8/88 (Yidish)

- Moshe Katz, 3/18/58 (Yidish)

- G. Kenig, 2/6/62 (Yiddish)

- Siame/Shimen Kipnis, mentions an old photograph (Yiddish)

- Morris Schappes, 2/28/89, 6/6/89

- M. Rudawski, Stockholm, 1/11/87, 7/23/87, 3/6/88, 8/15/88, 8/19/88, 9/29/88 , with photograph from Hersh Shner, colleague from YIVO Vilna, 2/26/89 (Yiddish)

- postcard from Joseph and Chaya, 9/26/88 (Yiddish)

- Alfred S. Sabin, Professor of Law, 8/3/87

- Gus Hall, Hy Luner, 3/6/67

Folder 6: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Di Diskusye arum Holokost un Ire Lektsies (The Discussion of the Holocaust and its Lessons)

- 22 Yor Vornungen, vi Lang Nokh? (22 Years of Warnings, How Much Longer?)

- Lektsie fun 300 Yor Geshikhte (Lecture on 300 Years of History)

- Moshe Katz - Der Mentsh, der Tuer, der Shrayber (Moshe Katz - The Man, the Doer, the Writer)

- Yidn, Katolikn un Amerikaner Frayheyt-Printsipn (Jews, Catholics and American Principles of Freedom)

- Der Foroysgeyer in G? (The Precursor in G?)

- Der Gang funem IKUF (The Course of IKUF)

- Vos iz der Iker un di Printsipn fun IKUF (What are the Tenets and Principles of IKUF)

- Di Teme fun Opvishn 2000 yor Yidish Lebn un Ir Virkung (The Theme of Obliterating 2000 Years of Jewish Life and its Impact)

- Oykh in 1905 un der Bund (Also in 1905 and the Bund)

Folder 7: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- On Kultur Arbet oyf English Kon Men Boyen di Kultur oyf Yidish (Without Cultural Work in English Once Cannot Build Culture in Yiddish)

- Morris Winchevsky - Di Lebedike Traditsie (Morris Winchevsky - The Living Tradition)

- Avrom Bick - M. Winchevsky, der Troymer un Kemfer (Avrom Bick - M. Winchevsky, the Dreamer and Fighter)

- Bay Janusz Zarecki in Varshe (At Janusz Zarecki's in Warsaw), 1/6/65

- A Gever farn Lebn fun Folk (A Weapon for the Life of the People)

- Der Vunder - Yidish Poyln (The Wonder - Jewish Poland)

- Durkh Tunkele Briln (Through Dark Eyeglasses)

- M. Olgins Veg far der Yidisher Kultur (M. Olgin's Path for Jewish Culture)

- Amerikaner Film (American Film)

Folder 8: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Yidn un Polakn Unter der Natsisher Hershaft in Poyln (Jews and Poles Under Nazi Rule in Poland)

- Di Yudenratler in di Yidishe Politsey (The Judenrat Members in the Jewish Police)

- Tsvey Dates fun der Yidisher Geshikhte (Two Dates in Jewish History)

- Notitsn vegn Yerusholaim d'Lita (Notes on the Jerusalem of Lithuania (Vilna))

- Natsionaler un Sotsialer Yoysher (National and Social Justice)

- Tsvey Doyres Progresive Yidish Lebn - Olgin tsu zayn 20stn Yortsayt (Two Generations of Progressive Jewish Life - Olgin on the 20th Anniversary of his Death)

- A Tog tsu Dermonen - 8/12/52 (A Day to Remember - August 12, 1952)

- Provocator fun Forverts hot Ongehoybn zayn Kariere nokh in Poyln (The Provocateur of the Forward Began his Career in Poland)

- Di Rol fun Forverts in der Fabrikatsie kegn Rabay Veyz? (The Role of the Forward in the Fabrications against Rabbi Weiss?)

- Bamerkungen fun Pesakh Novick oyf Baratung fun Oyslendishe Ge?, 5/3/73 in Tel Aviv (Remarks of Paul Novick on the Conference of Foreign ?, 5/3/73 in Tel Aviv)

- Der Inhalt in Yidishn Lebn far di Rekht fun Yidish Loshn (The Subject of Jewish Life for the Rights of Yiddish Language)

- A Gever farn Lebn fun Folk (A Weapon for the Life of a People)

- Oyfshtayg un Gerangl fun Veltlekhkeyt in der Yidisher Amerike (Rise and Struggle of Secularity in Jewish America)

- Di Etnishe Bavegung in Amerike un di Yidishe Kultur (The Ethnic Movement in America and Jewish Culture)

Folder 9: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Amerikaner Yidn, der Tsionizm, Medines-Yisroel, Friling 1973 (American Jews, Zionism, the State of Israel, Spring 1973)

- Folk - Doikeyt - Yisroel (People - Hereness - Israel)

- Natsionaler un Sotsialer Yoysher (National and Social Justice)

- Vos Kenen Mir Ton far Yisroel? (What Can We Do for Israel?), 1958

- Natsionale Problemen inem Likht fun der Virklekhkeyt (National Problems in the Light of Reality)

- Revizies fun di Yudenratn (Revisions of the Judenrats)

- Yudenrat un Vidershtand (Judenrat and Resistance)

- Vos iz der Spetsieler Batayt fun Yidishn Khurbn? (What is the Special Meaning of the Jewish Holocaust?)

- Troyer, Foderungen un Khezhboynes (Sorrow, Demands and Accounts)

- A Gever farn Lebn fun Folk (A Weapon for the Life of the People)

- Zhitlowsky un zayne Sonim (Zhitlowsky and his Enemies)

- Rumkovskis Ofis - Bild fun Meir Balaban (Rumkowski's Office - Picture by Majer Balaban)

- Nachman Meisel - Tsu dem Tsveytn Yortsayt (Nachman Meisel - On the Second Anniversary of his Death)

- Sholem Aleichem (handwritten)

Folder 10: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Progres un Reaktsie in Yidishn Lebn (Progress and Reaction in Jewish Life), 1972

- Lektsies fun 300 Yor Geshikhte (Lectures on 300 Years of History)

- Notitsn far a Referat - 100 Yor Yidish Lebn in Amerike (Notes for a Lecture - 100 Years of Jewish Life in America)

- Farn Inhalt fun Yidish Lebn, far di Rekht fun Yidish Loshn (On the Subject of Jewish Life, for the Rights of Yiddish Language), 11/74

- A Historishe Yerung in Yidishn Lebn (A Historical Anniversary in Jewish Life), 1974

- Draysik Yor Nokhn Zig Iber Hitlern (Thirty Years After Victory Over Hitler), 1975

- Reaktsie un Progres in Amerikaner Yidishn Lebn (Reactions and Progress in American Jewish Life), 1972

Folder 11: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Amerikaner Yidn, Tsionizm un Medines-Yisroel (American Jews, Zionism and the State of Israel) (brochure)

- Yidn in Soviet-Farband / A Rayze in dem Sovietn-Farband (Jews in the Soviet Union / A Trip in the Soviet Union) (brochure)

- Yisroel, Tsionizm un Amerikaner Yidn (Israel, Zionism and American Jews), 1961 (brochure)

- 1981-1982 - Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn in Amerike (1981-1982 - One Hundred Years of Jewish Life in America) (brochure)

- Amerikaner Yidn un di Rol fun der Yidisher Prese (American Jews and the Role of the Yiddish Press) (brochure)

- Yidish Lebn in Amerike (Jewish Life in America), 1960

- Yidn in Amerike (Jews in America), 1957

Folder 12: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Kultur in di Sotsialistishe Lender (Culture in Socialist Countries), 1960

- Mir Shteyen far Groyse Oyfgabn (We Are Up Against Great Problems)

- Der IKUF un di Yidishe Yishuvim Iber der Velt (IKUF and Jewish Settlements Across the World), 1960

- Di Kvaln fun dem Dikhter Zishe Vaynper (The Sources of the Poet Zishe Weinper)

- Di Groyse Date - 25 Yor IKUF (The Big Date - 25 Years of IKUF), 1962

- Der Untergrunt fun der Kultur Tragedie in Sovietn-Farband (The Underground of Cultural Tragedy in the Soviet Union)

- Shafungs Troyer oyfn Toyt fun M. Kats (Creation's Sorrow on the Death of M. Katz), 1960

- Hemshekh in Kiem fun IKUF (Continued Existence of IKUF), 1962

- Yidish Lebn, Vuhin? (Jewish Life, Where To?), 1961

- Di Problemen Velkhe Shteyen far Undz (The Problems We Face), 1959

- Vos far a Yidishe Kultur (What Kind of Jewish Culture), 1945

- Di Teorie fun Opvishn 2000 Yor Yidish Lebn un Ir Virkung (The Theory of Obliterating 2000 Years of Jewish Life and Its Effect)

- A Grus fun di Fareynikte Shtatn (Greetings from the United States), 1964

- Sotsialier Umru Iber Amerike (Social Unrest Across America), 1/66

Folder 13: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Gemostn Loyt der Eygener Mos - Politishe Notitsn (Measured According to One's Own Measurement - Political Notes)

- Undzer Dialog mit Sovietish Heymland (Our Dialogue with Sovietish Heymland (Soviet Homeland)), 1971

- Ideologishe Diskusie vegn Tsionizm oder Historie (Ideological Discussion on Zionism or History)

- Di Komentarn fun Sovietish Heymland (The Commentaries of Sovietish Heymland (Soviet Homeland))

- Di Taynes fun Sovietish Heymland (The Complaints of Sovietish Heymland (Soviet Homeland))

- Di Rehabilitatsie fun Oygust 12 (The Rehabilitation of August 12)

- Dem 12tn Oygust 1983 (August 12, 1983)

- Notitsn tsum 12tn Oygust (Notes for August 12)

- Deklaratsie fun di Dray Progresive Yidishe Shrift in di Fareynikte Shtatn - Morgn-Frayheyt, Yidishe Kultur, un Dzhuish Kurents (Declarations from the Three Progressive Yiddish Newspapers in the United States - Morning Freiheit, Jewish Culture and Jewish Currents)

Folder 14: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Dos Bukh fun Yevgeni Eliseyev: Fashizm Pod Goluboy Zvyozdoy (The Book by Yevgeny Yevseyev: Fascism Under the Blue Star) (Russian)

- Notitsn fun Sh. Dimenshteyn: Der Kamf far Leninizm kegn Luksenbergizm, Moskve Emes (Notes by S. Dimanshtein: The Fight for Leninism Against Luxembourgism, Moscow Truth), 1933

- Notitsn fun Esther Markish Bukh: Di Long Return (Esther Markish Book: The Long Return)

- Notitsn tsum Barikht (Notes for a Report), 10/71

- Di Frage vegn der Sovetisher Yidisher Kultur (The Question of Soviet Jewish Culture)

- Notitsn tsum Artikl vegn Kongres Farher (Notes for an Article About a Congressional Hearing)

- Lektsies fun 1976 (Lectures from 1976)

Folder 15: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Der Amerikaner Yidisher Yishev (The American Jewish Settlement)

- Di Gezetsn fun Eynikeyt in Kamf Kegn Reaktsie (The Laws of Unity in the Struggle Against Reaction)

- A Khezhbm fun di Sovietishe Yidn (An Accounting of Soviet Jews)

- Far a Progresiver Yidisher Kultur (For a Progressive Jewish Culture)

- Aynshteyn - Der Humanist un Frayheyts Kemfer (Einstein - The Humanist and Freedom Fighter)

- Dos Vort iz a Shverd (The Word is a Sword)

- Der Foter fun Shund in der Yidisher Prese (The Father of Literary Trash in the Yiddish Press)

- Tif Zenen di Vortslen (The Roots are Deep)

Folder 16: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Fashizm un Antisemitizm in Amerike (Fascism and Antisemitism in America) (brochure)

- Farn Glik fun Folk (For the Luck of the People) (Yalta)

- Yidish Lebn in Amerike (Jewish Life in America)

- Far a Beser Lebn (For a Better Life)

- Yidn in Amerike (Jews in America)

- Yidn in Sovietn-Farband (Jews in the Soviet Union)

- Yisroel, Tsionizm in Amerikaner Lebn (Israel, Zionism in American Life)

Folder 17: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Di Role fun di Yidn in di Neger Kamfn (The Role of the Jews in the Civil Rights Movement) (brochure)

- Amerikaner Yidn un di Role fun der Yidisher Prese (American Jews and the Role of the Yiddish Press) (brochure)

- Amerikaner Yidn, der Tsionizm un Medines-Yisroel (American Jews, Zionism and the State of Israel) (brochure)

- A Briv fun Dr. Margoshes un an Entfer fun Pesakh Novick (A Letter from Dr. Margoshes and an Answer from Paul Novick)

- Sovietish Heymland - A Geshe'enish (Sovietish Heymland (Soviet Homeland) - An Event)

- Fun a Shmus mit Yitzhak Ben-Aharon (From a Conversation with Yitzhak Ben-Aharon), 5/9/73

- Bamerkungen oyfn Tsunoyfkum vegn der Konferents in Yerusholaim (Observations on the Gathering About the Conference in Jerusalem), 6/12/78

Folder 18: Yiddish articles by Paul Novick

- Folks-Khor (People's Chorus)

- Der Veg fun Yankev Sheyfer (The Way of Jacob Schaeffer)

- Dos Gezang (The Singing), 1948

- Rede bay Muzik Farband (Speech at the Music Union), Hunter College, 1/20/46

- Muzik Tsuzamenfor (Music Convention), 6/17/53

- Bagrisung tsum 11tn Tsuzamenfor fun Yidishn Muzik Farband (Greetings for the 11th Convention of the Jewish Music Union), 1/53

- Muzik Farband Kontsert (Music Union Concert), 12/1/51

- Oyf Lange Gezunte Yorn - Bagrisung (To Long Healthy Years - Greeting)

- A Khor mit a Groys Farmegn - Tsum 30tn Yubiley Kontsert (A Chorus with a Great Estate - On the 30th Anniversary Concert)

- Folks Gezang - Tsum 25tn Yubiley funem Nyu-York Yidishn Filharmonishn Folks-Khor (Folk Singing - On the 25th Anniversary of the New York Jewish Philharmonic People's Chorus), 7/48

- Tsum 50tn Yor fun Filharmonishn Orkester (On the 50th Year of the Philharmonic Orchestra), 6/73

- 40 Yor Folks Gezang (40 Years of Folksinging)

Folder 19: English articles by Paul Novick

- Kibbutzim in Israel

- Jews in the U.S.S.R.

- Jewish Life in the United States

- The Distorted World of Our fathers

- The Status of the Jews in the Soviet Union

Folder 20: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Fayerung - 300 Yor Yidish-Lebn (Celebration - 300 years of Jewish Life), 10/16/54

- Los Angeles, 4/24/54

- Geto Fayerung (Ghetto Celebration), 4/10/55

- Moshe Katz Fayerung (Moshe Katz Celebration), 1/56

- Tsvey Dates fun der Yidisher Geshikhte (Two Dates from Jewish History)

- Geto-Konferents (Ghetto Conference), 1/25/58

Folder 21: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Bamerkungen fun Pesakh Novick (Observations of Paul Novick), Carnegie Hall, 2/19/60

- Ershte May Rede (First of May Speech), Union Square, 5/1/60

- Ershte May Rede (First of May Speech), 1961

- Geto Miting (Ghetto Meeting), Los Angeles, 4/21/62

- 10ter Oygust - 1952-1962, Mord Iber di Yidishe Shrayber in Sovet-Rusland (10th August - 1952-1962, Murder of Yiddish Writers in Soviet Russia)

- A Nayer Tsugang in a Nayer Tsayt (A New Attitude in a New Time), 6/22/63

- May 1, 1963

Folder 22: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Tsuzamenkunft fun Shrayber un Andere in Sovet-Farband (Convention of Writers and Others in the Soviet Union), 11/21/64

- In Odes, Rusland (In Odessa, Russia), 12/16/64

- Gezegenung Banket (Farewell Banquet), 9/24/64

- Bamerkungen bay Shrayber Farzamlung, Kiev (Remarks at the Writers Assembly, Kiev), 12/14/64

- Bamerkungen bay der Barabtung fun Sovetishe Shrayber-Kritiker un Literatur Forsher (Remarks at the Conference of Soviet Writers, Critics and Literary Researchers)

- Memorial vegn Baby-Yar (Memorial to Babi Yar), 12/15/64

- Yisroel, Tsionizm, Amerikaner Yidn (Israel, Zionism, American Jews

Folder 23: Speeches by Paul Novick

- "Eynikeyt"-Yubiley ("Unity" Anniversary), 1/13/46

- "Ordn"-Oysshtelung ("Order" Show), 5/8/49

- Vegn Eynikeyt (On Unity), 6/13/46

- Medison Skver Garden (Madison Square Garden), 9/16/47

- Banket Rede (Banquet Speech), 12/31/41

Folder 24: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Notitsn vegn ? Shmues vegn Poyln, Tshekhoslovakie?, Los-Andzheles (Notes about ? Conversation on Poland, Czechoslovakia, Los Angeles), 4/8/65

- Tel-Aviv, 10/11/67

- 28ter Olgin-Yortsayt (28th Olgin Anniversary), 11/26/67

- Olgin-Rede (Olgin Speech)

- 90 Yor Yidishe Prese (90 Years of the Yiddish Press), 8/7/60

- Gezang (Singing), 10/26/67

- Doikeyt, Yisroel, Tsionizm (Hereness, Israel, Zionism), Los Angeles, 1/2/69

- 75ter Geburtstog Banket (75th Birthday Banquet), Los Angeles, 1/14/66 (P. Novick-75 Years Old)

- Statement by P. Novick, 2/19/65 at the Sheraton Hotel

Folder 25: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Yisroel Miting (Israel Meeting), 6/16/70

- Banket - 80ter Geburtstog (Banquet - 80th Birthday), 2/27/72

- Geto (Ghetto), Los Angeles, 4/16/72

- Undzere Problemen (Our Problems), 3/27/73

- Geto (Ghetto), Toronto, 4/20/75

- 85-Yoriker Geburtstog (85th Birthday), Los Angeles, 10/17/76

- Referat-Baym Yidish-Konferents in Yerusholaim (Paper - At the Yiddish Conference in Jerusalem), 6/12/76

- 85 Yor, a Por Verter in English (85 years, a Few Words in English), Philadelphia, 1/23/77

- 85 Yor (85 Years), New York, 4/10/77

Folder 26: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Asimilatsie, Yidisher Khurbm, Medines Yisroel (Assimilation, Jewish Holocaust, State of Israel), Miami, 2/23/78

- 40 Yor Geto-Oyfshtand (40 Years of Ghetto Uprising), 4/11/79

Folder 27: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Los Angeles Banquet, 10/11/81

- 12th August 1952, 10/11/81

- 12th August 1952, 8/12/82

- 1982

- 12th August 1952, 1983

- 12th August 1952, 8/9/84

- speech, 8/9/84

- Ershter Nusekh fun Rede (First Version of Speech), 8/12/84

- Notitsn far Rede - 12 Oygust 1952 (Notes for Speech - 12th August 1952), 8/9/84

Folder 28: Speeches by Paul Novick

- 8/12/52 Notitsn (Notes), 8/7/86

- Rede (Speech), Miami, 2/22/87

- Araynfir tsu Rede - Banket (Introduction to Speech - Banquet), 4/5/87

- Olgin-Rede - 48ter Yortsayt (Olgin Speech - 48th Anniversary), 11/22/87

- Mit Shtolts, Nakhes un Akhrayes (With Pride, Pleasure and Responsibility), 4/2/87

- IKUF, Slaves?, 10/15/88

- Banket Lekoved Pesakh Novick tsum 95tn Geboyrn-Tog (Banquet in Honor of Paul Novick on his 95th Birthday), program, 4/5/87

- Remarks by Novick

Folder 29: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Ordn Konvenshan (Order Convention), 11/1/48

- Rede (Speech), Chicago, 4/5/42

- Los Angeles, 4/16/42

- ICOR Konferents (ICOR Conference), 10/11/42

- Canada, 3/42

Folder 30: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Ordn Konferents (Order Conference), 6/13/47

- Ordn Konferents (Order Conference), 6/15/47

- Referat (Lecture), Canada, 1/49

Folder 31: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Bamerkungen tsum 75tn Yubiley (Remarks on his 75th Birthday), 9/7/66

- Shtot Komitet (City Committee), Los Angeles, 10/19/76

- Tsveyte Stantsie (Second Station), Miami, 2/13/83

- Derklerung fun Kol-Haam (Declarartions from the Voice of the People), 4/18/73

- Yidish Loshn - Haynt un Morgn oyf der Konferents vegn Sekularizm un Yidish (Yiddish Language - Today and Tomorrow on the Conference about Secularism and Yiddish), 5/16/?

Folder 32: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Rede oyf Konferents fun Yidishn Kongres (Speech at the Conference of the Jewish Congress), 2/14/?

- Tsum 12tn Oygust - Notitsn tsu Rede (For the 12th of August - Notes for a Speech)

- Ikh Vil Onhoybn mit a Perzenlekher Iberlebung (I Will Begin with a Personal Experience)

- Rayze Keyn Eyrope mit Mark Shagal (Trip to Europe with Marc Chagall)

- Der Geburt fun a Nayer Bavegung (The Birth of a New Movement)

Folder 33: Speeches by Paul Novick

- Di Gefar fun Anti-Tsionizm (The Danger of Anti-Zionism)

- Di Akshones far a Veltlekh Yidish Lebn (The Persistence of a World Jewish Life)

- Oyfhaltn Traditsie (To Maintain Tradition)

- Derklerung fun P. Novick (Declarations of P. Novick)

- A Grus fun Nyu-York (A Greeting from New York)

Folder 34: Travel impressions

- Israel (English):

- Kibbutz - Upper and Lower Galilee - Haifa, Golan Heights

- Tel Aviv

- Jerusalem

- Negev - Dead Sea, Masada, Beersheva

- Kfar Hayarok

- Eilat

- Plane Hijacking Episode

- Photographs

Folder 35: Travel impressions

- Israel, Warsaw, Paris (Yiddish):

- Notitsn tsum Barikht vegn Yisroel Bazukh (Notes for a Report about Israel Trip)

- Mitn Premier Eshkol (With President Eshkol), 10/16/?

- Yisroel Notitsn (Israel Notes)

- Gezegenungs-Vort fun Pesakh Novick (Parting Words of Paul Novick)

- Fun Prag keyn Varshe (From Prague to Warsaw)

- Notitsn far Shmues in Pariz (Notes for a Conversation in Paris)

- A Martirer Geshikhte - Oyf di Felder fun... (A Martyr History - On the Fileds of...)

- A Rayze in a Yidisher Kolonie (A Visit in a Jewish Colony)

- Yidishe Kultur in Yisroel un Sotsialistishe Lender (Jewish Culture in Israel and Socialist Lands)

Folder 36: Travel impressions

- Argentina, Brazil (Yiddish):

- Tsaytungs Oyshnitn - Oprufn vegn dem Bazukh (Newspaper Clippings - Reactions to the Trip)

- A Martirer Geshikhte Oyf di Felder fun Argentine(A Martyr History On the Fileds of Argentina)

- A Rayze in a Yidisher Kolonie (A Visit in a Jewish Colony)

Folder 37: Travel impressions

- Chile (Yiddish):

- Yidn in Tshili (Jews in Chile), P. Novick

- Santiago, Chile, 11/18

- Der Shtempl fun Inkvizitsie (The Stamp of the Inquisition)

Folder 38: Travel impressions
- Land In Land Oys - Maskes (From Country to Country - Masks)
Folder 39: Travel impressions

- Pesakh Novick - Redaktor fun Morgn-Frayheyt, oyf a Groyser Rayze (Paul Novick - Editor of the Morning Freiheit, on a Great Trip)

- Pitsburg - In Roykh un Mit Roykh (Pittsburgh - In Smoke and with Smoke) (impressions)

- Plan of P. Novick's Tour

- Kiev, 2/22/25

- A Grus in an Ernster Tsayt (A Greeting in a Serious Time)

- Rumenie - Ikh Gezegn zikh mit Rumenie (Romania - I Take Leave of Romania)

Folder 40: Jewish Teachers’ Institute

- First Semester:

- 1. P. Novicks Kursn (P. Novick's Courses): Fun Minkhen biz Fareynikte Felder (From Munich to the United Nations)

- Roza Luksemburgs Shtelung tsu der Natsionaler Frage (Rosa Luxemburg's Attitude to the National Question)

- Stalins Shtelung tsu der Natsionaler Frage (Stalin's Attitude to the National Question)

- 2. Di Natsionaler Frage - Palestine - Di Tsionistishe Bavegung (The National Question - Palestine - The Zionist Movement)

- 3. Der Noenter Mizrekh un Palestine (The Near East and Palestine)

- 4. Di Natsionaler Frage - Farsheydene Elementn fun Tsionizm (The National Question - Various Elelments of Zionism)

- 5. Tsuzamenshtel fun Yidn in Amerike (Composition of Jews in America)

- 6. Romantik fun Yidishn Yishuv in Amerike (Romance of the Jewish Settlement in America)

- 7. San Frantsisko Konferents (San Francisco Conference)

- 8. Landsmanshaftn (Immigrant Benevolent Societies)

- 9. Religieze Institutsies in Amerike, un Tsdoke (Religious Institutions in America and Charity)

- 11. Internatsionale Politik (International Politics)

- 12. Imperializm (Imperialism)

Folder 41: The Worker’s Laboratory Theater
- Oral History of the American left: The Workers Laboratory Theater - Review and Oral History, published by the University of Massachusetts,
Folder 42: Brochures by Paul Novick

- Jews in the U.S.A. and the Role of the Jewish Press (Brach)

- The National and Jewish Question in the Light of Reality (Brach)

- The Jewish Problem in Poland

- There is Hope for the Soviet Jewry

- Jewish Responsibility to Unite: An Appeal by the Editors of the Morgn Freiheit

- Assimilation and the Jewish People

- Judenrat and Resistance

- Hanukah and What it Means for the Present, 12/24/78

Folder 43: Brochures by Paul Novick
- The Rise and Fall of Abraham Cahan (Editor of the Forward)
Folder 44: Brochures by Paul Novick

- The Arabs in Israel

- In a Memo Which I Left with my Host, the Literaturnaya Gazeta

- Statement by P. Novick, 1/31/67

- The Jewish Question and the Question ?? The National Groups in the U.S.A.

- The Problems of the Jewish Community in the U.S.

- Novick, The Question of Soviet Jewish Culture

Folder 45: Brochures by Paul Novick

- True Internationalism, Nihilism and National Pride

- Assimilation and the Jewish People

- The Jewish Community and the Jewish Defense League

Folder 46: Articles by various authors

- Prof. Edward Bagromov:

- 1. Di Dernenterung fun di Natsies - A Gezetsmesikeyt fun der Komunistisher Boyung (The Approach of the Nations - A Legal Moderation of the Communist Structure)

- 2. Natsionale Batsiungen Baym Sotsializm (National Attitudes to Socialism)

- 3. Socialism and National Culture

- Spartek Beglov: Poisoning the International Atmosphere

- A. Bittelman: Dos Yidishe Folk Vet Lebn! (The Jewish People Will Live!)

- I. Barzilai: Di Asimilatsie, Yidishe Natsie, Medines Yisroel in Likht fun Nayer Komunistisher Teorie (Assimilation, Jewish Nation, Israel in the Light of New Communist Theory)

- H. Apthekar: Hoover, the Negro and Democracy

Folder 47: Articles by various authors

- V. Bolshakov: Anti-Sovietism Profession of Zionists?

- Carl Bloise: Israel's Image and Reality (A Journalist's Image First-Hand Report)

- Giuseppe Botta (Rome correspondent of L'Unita): Does Antisemitism Exist in the USSR?

- letter to N.A. Bulganin, Chairman of the Council of Ministries, USSR, and K.Y. Voroshilov, President, USSR, from members of Progressive Oragnization in United States

Folder 48: Articles by various authors
- Outlook (Canadian Jewish Outlook), 11/69, 10/71, 6/72, 11/12/73, 7/8/80, 4/84, 11/86, 5/88
Folder 49: Articles by various authors
- Political Affairs, on the 18th National Convention of the Communist Party, USSR, 8/66
Folder 50: Articles by various authors
- Memorandum on the 20th anniversary of the XX Congress of the Communist Party, United States, with remarks by P. Novick
Folder 51: Articles by various authors

- Jewish Currents, 5/7/89, With Pain and Pride, P. Novick

- Bail for Angela Davis - An Appeal from the Jewish people

- Shall Nazis be free to Incite Murder and Genocide

- Last year in the U.S. during the Discussion…4/70

- The Legend of Hannah Senesh

- The Warsaw Ghetto

Folder 52: Articles by various authors

- Soviet Antisemitism - The Status of Soviet Jews, 7/64 (Editorial Comment), Moshe Decter

- The Shadow of the Synagogue (further documentation of Soviet Antisemitism, 1965)

- William Foster - in Polish Affairs, 12/57

- A Rabbi Visits Germany, 9/10/59

- H. Fast (Russian) - The Business of Books (1944)

Folder 53: Articles by various authors

- Jewish Affairs - published by the Communist Party of the United States, 2/3/71, 4/5/72, 8/9/72, 10/72, 12/73, 3/4/75, 5/6/77, 3/4/80, undated

- article about Jewish Affairs

Folder 54: Articles by various authors

- Jewish Affairs Bulletin, May Day 1986, undated

- Jewish Spectator, winter 1986

- Jewish Life, 7/53

- Jews have always fought for Freedom, published by National Reception Committee for Mikhoels and Feffer

Folder 55: Articles by various authors

- H. Lumer, Soviet Antisemitism - A Cold War Myth

- The Fight Against Antisemitism

- Zionism - Is it Racist?

- Which Way Israel?

Folder 56: Articles by various authors

- H. Lumer, Israel Today - War or Peace?

- The Middle East Crisis

- Marxism and Antisemitism

- A Subjective View of the Left

- What Happened in Poland

- Middle East Peace: A new stage in the struggle, 12/73

Folder 57: Articles by various authors

- Report of an International Socialist Study Group on the Situation of Jews in the USSR, 4/64

- The Truth about the situation of the Jews in the USSR (an interview with P. Novick), 11/64 (Russian)

- Truth about life of Jews in USSR, Novosti Press Agency

- American Jews and Soviet Jewry, 12/30/70 (by Novick, among others)

- Soviet Jewry - a reply yo I. Leibler? by the Communist Party of Australia

- A Brief History of the Kremlin's Strangulation of Jewish Culture - issued by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry

- Soviet Jewry - A first-hand reply by C. Koenig (French?)

- Komunistishe Partey in di Fareynikte Shtatn in Kamf far Tsuzamenarbet fun Amerike un Sovetn-Farband (Communist Party in the United States in Fight for Collaboration of American and the Soviet Union)

Folder 58: Articles by various authors

- Yidishe Kultur (Yiddish Culture), 4/3/89?

- A Nayer Natsionaler Adres farn Yidishn Folk in Ratn-Farband iz Noytik (A New Address for the Jewish People in the Soviet Union is Necessary), I. Goldberg

- Folk un Medine (People and Country), number 21

- F. Joel, Vergelis un dos Problem fun Farbrekhn un Shtrof (Vergelis and the Problem of Crime and Punishment)

Folder 59: Articles by various authors

- 50 Yor Forverts (50 Years of the Forward), by S. D. Levin, 1948

- Ab. Cahan, Der Redaktor, Lerer, Beletrist (Editor, Teacher, Fiction Writer), 8/6/71

- Ab. Cahan, Der Historisher Emes, B.Z. Goldberg (The Historical Truth), Yidishe Kulture (Yiddish Culture), 6/72

- Der Forverts tsu zayn 75 Yorikn Yubiley (The Forward on its 75th Anniversary), M. Starkman, 5/72

- Yankev Glatshteyn, Bamerkungen (Remarks), Prost un Poshet (Plain and Simple)

- To S. Weber, editor of the Forward, by the National Council of Israel's Hashomer Hatzair

- Ab. Cahan-Ver iz Er? Vemen Fartret Er? (Abe Cahan - Who is He? Whom Does He Represent?) (brochure)

- Dr. Chaim Zhitlowsky un Ab. Cahan (Dr. Chaim Zhitlowsky and Abe Cahan), D. Globus

- Farvos iz Ab. Cahan Kegn Tsveytn Front (Why is Abe Cahan Against a Second Front), P. Novick

- Ab. Cahan in der Geshikhte (Abe Cahan in History)

Folder 60: Articles by various authors

- Meir Vilner, Tel Aviv:

- Der Kalter Krig un di Frage fun Kultur-Tetikeyt in Ratn-Farband (The Cold War and the Question of Cultural Activities in the Soviet Union)

- Aynladung tsum 50tn Yorikn Yoyvl fun der Yidisher Shprakh-Konferents in Tshernovits 1908-1958 (Invitation to the 50th Anniversary of the Yiddish Language Conference in Czernowitz 1908-1958), 10/25/58, Carnegie Hall

- A Nit Delegat fun Amerike Bet dos Vort (A Non-Delegate from America Requests the Word)

- A Vendung tsu der Yisroel Efntlekhkeyt (A Message to the Israeli Public)

Folder 61: Articles by various authors

- Materialn far der Yidish Konferents (Materials for the Yiddish Conference), 12/20/69:

- A Yidish Baratung in Moskve (A Yiddish Conference in Moscow), May, June 1968

- Dos Verk fun Shvartsn Nekhtn - Tsum Dershaynen fun Shvartsn Bukh (The Work of Black Nights - On the Publication of the Schwartz Book), Hersh Smolar

- Nekome...far Kritik (Vengeance...for Criticism), Soviet Russia, 3/76

- Vos es Dringt Aroys fun Eyner? A Politik (What Does One Infer? A Policy), 2/75

- Lomir zikh Durkhredn...Sovetn Farband (Let's Have a Talk...Soviet Union), 1977

Folder 62: Articles by various authors

- Natsies, Kultur, Progres - Forzitser funem Natsionalitetn-Rat fun Sovetn-Farband (Nations, Culture, Progress - Chairman of the Soviet of Nationalities), Justas Paleckis, Novy Mir (New World), 4/70 (Russian)

- Zikhroynes un Rayoynes arum 12tn Oygust (Memories and Thought On 12th August), L. Podriatchik, Tel Aviv, 1982

- Vegn di Yudenratn (About the Judenrat), S.B. Federman

- Der Ukrainer Yid (The Ukrainian Jew), New York, 1948

- Abraham Bukh, Nachman Meisel un Andere (Nachman Meisel and Others)

Folder 63: Articles by various authors

- Di Gefar fun Shvaygn (The Danger of Silence), Chaim Suller

- Vos Zogt Oykh di Yidishe Prese (What Else the Yiddish Press Says), Chaim Suller

- Mir Entfern oyf Sullers Fragn (We Answer Suller's Questioning), 2/72

- Fundamentn fun Stalinizm (Fundamentals of Stalinism), J. Stalin

Folder 64: Articles by various authors

- Briv tsu M. Schappes, Redaktor fun Jewish Current (Letter to M. Schappes, Editor of Jewish Current), 10/20/88

- Bamerkungen vegn Vergelis - Novele, Sovetish Heymland (Remarks About Vergelis - Novel, Soviet Homeland), 2/1/75

- Konspekt - 96 Yor Yidishe Prese (Outline - 96 Years of the Yiddish Press), 12/11/60

- Notitsn far a Dialog vegn Yidisher Prese (Notes for a Dialogue About the Yiddish Press), 12/23/79

- Aynladung tsu dem Yontev fun Tsuteyln di Premie fun Roshememshole far Literarisher Shafung tsu Eliyahu Schechtman (Invitation to the Celebration of Awarding the Prize of President for Literary Works (in Yiddish, Israel) to Eli Schechtman), 6/21/73

Folder 65: Articles by various authors

- Jews in the USSR, by S. Rabinovish, Moscow, 1965

- Soviet Jews - Facts and Fiction

- Reprints of the Soviet Press, 12/15/66

- Response ? A Voice of the Left, by A. Sabin (?: P.N.)

Folder 66: Articles by various authors

- Soviet Antisemitism - The Kichko Book, 6/64, Political Affairs

- A Breathing Spell - ? Explosion by M. Schappes, 5/20/67

- Notes and Remarks by Morris U. Schappes, 6/13/56

- Shylock and Antisemitism, Morris Schappes

- Resolution against Antisemitism, Racism and Fascism Adopted on Protest Rally, 11/25/50, prepared by Schappes

- On International Working Class Unity, by P. Togliati, Secretary of the Italian Communist Party

- A Life of A. Miller, review, 3/88

Folder 67: Articles by various authors

- The Vanguard and the Masses - on the present-day significance of Lenin's Left-Wing Communism, 10/73

- Justifying the Law, E.E. Pilchick, The Jewish Spectator

- Followers of the Trail (Jewish Working Class, Class Radicals in America)

- Replies to Questions on Soviet Jewry

- Zionism Equated to Fascism, Soviet Jewish Affairs, 1984

- Soviet Union - Mission of the Soviet Union to the United States:

- What is Behind the Fuss Over Human Rights, 2/23/77

- What is Behind the Fuss, A Few Thoughts About a Resolution Dropped by a Group of American Senators, 2/8/77

- Jews in the Soviet Union/Soviet Life, 3/77

Folder 68: Articles by various authors

- Soviet Jews - Facts and Fiction, 1971

- Paul Novick Visits the Soviet Union, M.U. Schappes, 3/65

- A Message from Bertrand Russell on the Situation of the Jews in the Soviet Union, 4/23-24/65

- The Reactionary Nature of Judaism, P. Mayetsky, Soviet Moldavia, 7/23/59

- Lou Reed, keynote speech, 10/30/93

- Soviet Jewry, by G. kenig

Folder 69: Articles by various authors

- Mikhel Rudavski, Zhurnalist fun Poyln, Shpeter in Shvedn, Artiklekh Geshikt tsu Morgn Frayheyt (Michal Rudawski, journalist from Poland, later in Sweden, articles sent to the Morning Freiheit)

- Di Oyfgabe Oysgefirt - vegn Yan Karski, mit 45 Yor Tsurik in Haynt (The Task Achieved - about Jan Karski, 45 Years Ago and Today)

- A Gloybiker Kemfer Antoyshter un Farlorener - Motl Branis - Anshtot a Hesped baym Frishn Keyver, 3/20/85 (A Faithful Fighter Disappointed and Lost - Motl Branis - By Way of a Eulogy at a Fresh Grave)

- Raport (in Poylish) mit 42 Yor Tsurik (Report in Polish from 42 Years Ago)

- Briv fun Yehudah Elberg tsu M. Rudavski, 8/5/88 (Letter from Yehudah Elberg to M. Rudawski)

- Martirer Veg fun Yidishe Artistn (Martyr's Way of Jewish Artists), Dora Runina

- Vos mit der Aktrise Dora Rubin hot zikh Farlofn (What Happened to the Actress Dora Rubin)

Folder 70: Articles by various authors

- Jews in the American Revolution, Samuel Resnick

- The Farmer in Nazi Germany

- Problems (Russian), 8/19/78

- Detektyw (Detective) (Polish), 12/20/86

- Leningrader Yidisher Dramatisher Ansambl-Program (Leningrad Yiddish Dramatic Ensemble Program) (Yiddish, Russian)

- Jewish State Theater Romania, play: Comedianti (Comedians), theater program

Folder 71: Articles by various authors

- Eynikeyt (Unity), 7/43, 4/46, 5/46

- Amerikaner Yidn Bagrisn di Delegatsie fun Sovetishn Yidntum, Shlomo Mikhoels un Itsik Feffer (American Jews Welcome the Delegates of Soviey Jewry, Solomon Mikhoels and Itsik Feffer), 1943

- Spetsieler Numer, Gevidmet dem Ondenk fun Undzere Zeks Milyon Kdoyshim (Special Edition, Published as a Memorial to Our Six Million Martyrs), 4/46

- Ilya Ehrenburg - Tsu Zayn Onkumen in Amerike (Ilya Ehrenburg - On His Arriving in America), 5/46

- Yidn un Arbeter in Erets Yisroel (Jews and Workers in Israel)

Folder 72: Articles by various authors

- Soviet Anti-Semitism - The Big Lie, Moses Miller

- War and Peace in the Middle East, with articles by: M. Sneh, G. Hauser, S. Mikums, P. Novick, A. Bosman, E. Wilenska

- Jewish Welfare in Colonial Times, H. Blods

- Writers, Writings - Pride and Perjury, David M.M. Oshinsky

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

- Nationalities Policy and Zionism, K. Orlovsky and S. Polin

- Dr. Chaim Zhitlowsky un Ab. Cahan (Dr. Chaim Zhitlowsky and Abe Cahan), Dr. D. Globus

Folder 73: Jewish National Problem

- Di Natsionale Frage in Itstikn Moment - Di Yudn Frage (The National Question in the Current Moment - The Jewish Question)

- Di Natsionale un Yidishe Frage in Itstikn Moment (The National and Jewish Question in the Current Moment), P. Novick, 1970

- Natsionale Problemen inem Likht fun der Virklekhkeyt (National Problems in the Light of Reality), P. Novick, 1969

- The National and Jewish Question in the Light of Reality, William Foster, Political Affairs, 12/57

- A Proper Approach to the National Question (handwritten remarks), 1/65

- Assimilation: An Exchange by P. Novick and H. Luner, 1965

Folder 74: Jewish National Problem
- The National Question Today, P. Novick
Folder 75: Jewish National Problem

- On the Jewish Question, P. Novick, Judah Waters?

- Critical Remarks on the National Question, V.I. Lenin

- The Communists and the Liberation of Europe, Maxine Levi

- The American Communists and the Jewish Question, Hanan?

- Talks with Soviet Leaders in the Jewish Question, J.B. Salsberg

Folder 76: Jewish National Problem

- Dear Ms. Biali, letter signed by Pat, 2/9/69

- International Affairs - Moscow, USSR, to the Morgn Freiheit, 12/15/69

- Lackeys at Beck and Call, by Yevgeny Yevseyev, 10/4/67

- I welcome the opportunity…, by Morris U. Schappes, 1/26/71

- Di Farsmet Geshikhte? fun Tsionizm (The Poisoned History? of Zionism) (Russian), 11/16/77

- A Briv tsum Redaktor fun Morgn Frayheyt (A Letter to the Editor of the Morning Freiheit), from Victor Abramovitch (Russian), 2/25/71

- To the editors of Morgn Freiheit, from Alfred Kutzik, New York, NY, 12/2/87

- Makhn a Sof tsu di Banditishe Handlungen fun di Pogromshtikes (Making an End to the the Roguish Actions of the Pogromists)

- Makhn a Sof tsu di Tsionistishe Provokatsies (Making an End to the Zionist Provocations) (translated from Krasnaya Zvezda (Red Star) newspaper)

- Vos far a Role hot Geshpilt di Yevsektsie in Ratn Farband biz Ir Likvidatsie (What Sort of Role did the Jewish Section of the Communist Party Play in the Soviet Union Until its Liquidation), in Tsukunft (Future), 1950

Folder 77: Moshe Olgin

- Di Verk fun Moshe Olgin (The Work of Moshe Olgin)

- beletristik (fiction)

- kritik (critiques)

- books:

- Amerike (A Reportazh) (America (A Report))

- Sovietishe Mentshn (Soviet Men)

- Sovietishe Shtet un Kultur (Soviet State and Culture)

- Yidishe Kultur Problemen (Jewish Cultural Problems)

- Di Verk fun Moshe Olgin (The Work of Moshe Olgin), 1905

- 29ter Olgin Yortsayt - Notitsn far Olgin Miting (29th Olgin Anniversary - Notes for the Olgin Meeting), 11/24/58

- 48ter Yortsayt (48th Anniversary), 11/22/87

Folder 78: Moshe Olgin

- Ab. Cahan - Ver iz Er? Vemen Fartret Er? (Ab. Cahan - Who is He? Whom Does He Represent?), M. Olgin, 1935

- Kamf Kegn Stalinen iz Kamf Kegn Sovietn-Farband (The Fight Against Stalin is a Fight Against the Soviet Union)

- Amerikaner Komunistishe Parety un der Veg fun Tsuzamenarbet Tsvishn Fareynikte Shtatn un Sovietn Farband (The American Communist Party and the Path of Collaboration Between the United States and the Soviet Union) (Russian)

Folder 79: Moshe Olgin

- Der Hamer + 12? (The Hammer and 12?), 12/28

- Redagirt fun M. Olgin (Edited by M. Olgin)

Folder 80: Morning Freiheit

- Morgn-Frayheyt (Morning Freiheit), 4/2/22

- Editorial in the New York Jewish Morgn Freiheit, 6/25/65

- The Jewish Question and the Statements of Soviet Leaders

- Jewish Life in the U.S. and the role of the Morgn Freiheit, 1957

- A Vendung tsu Ale Gevezene Leyener fun Tog-Morgn-Zhurnal un tsu Ale Yidishe Leyener (A Message to All Former Readers of the Day-Morning Journal and to All Yiddish Readers)

- Undzer Hartsike Bagrisung dem Libn Khaver P. Novick tsu zayn Vern 86 Yor Alt (A Heartfelt Welcome to Dear P. Novick on his Turning 86 Years Old)

- Freiheit: Stolen Legacy

Folder 81: Morning Freiheit

- The characters and aims of the Morgn Freiheit, by P. Novick, 4/6/69

- Vos Kumt for in der Morgn-Frayheyt (What Happened at the Morning Freiheit), 1972

- Morgn-Freiheit - Materialn vegn Rasizm, Neger Rekht, Kamf far Andzhela Deyvis - Dershinen in di Ershte Zeks Khadoshim fun 1971 (Morning Freiheit - Materials about Racism, Civil Rights, Fight of Angela Davis - Published in the First Six Months of 1971)

- Derklerung vegn der Klage fun Pesakh Novick Kegn Forverts (Statement About the Complaints of Paul Novick Against the Forward)

- Fun a Dialog - Tsu Atakes oyf der Morgn Frayheyt-Derklerung fun der Redaktsie (From a Dialogue - On the Attacks on the Morning Freiheit-Statement from the Editorial Staff), 1972

- Freiheit attacked

- Program - 54th Jubilee-Concert of the Morgn Freigiet, 4/4/76

- The Morgn Freiheit's "Balanced" Approach, by J. Levy, 3/71

- Anti-Soviet Incitement by Morgn Freiheit denouced, Daily World, 5/10/75

- Answering the Morgn Freiheit lies, 6/17/77

- Dringendike Vendung tsu Ale Yidishe Organizatsies (Argumentive Message for All Jewish Organizations)

Folder 82: Morning Freiheit

- Fighting, Progressive Traditions of Morgn Freiheit, Paul Novick

- Di Morgn-Frayheyt tsu Ir 64tn Friling - Ven iz der Onhoyb Geven? (The Morning Freiheit on its 64th Spring - When Was the Beginning?), 1986

- The Morgn Freiheit: Its Future in Question - People Daily World, 9/15/88

- Morgn Freiheit - April 2, 1922 editorial, 9/11/88

- Farewell to the Morgn Freiheit - After 66 Years, a Controversial Yiddish Paper Closes its Doors, Summer 1989, The Book Peddler

- Interview with P. Novick, 12/18/86

- a feww corrections regarding the Morgn Freiheit

- Tsu Ale Gevezene Leyener un Fraynt fun der Tsugemakhter Morgn-Frayheyt, a Vendung fun P. Novick (To All Former Readers and Friends of the Closed Morning Freiheit, a message from P. Novick)

Folder 83: Morning Freiheit

- Freiheit Almanac, 1926

- Information Bulletin on Right Wing Organizations

- Spetsiele Korespondents fun Muni Taub, Kanade - Yidishe Haskore bay Baby Yar, Kiev (Special Correspondence from Muni Taub, Canada - Jewish Memorial Service at Babi Yar, Kiev)

Folder 84: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 85: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 86: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 87: Morning Freiheit clippings
- article, 50 Yor Forverts (50 Years of the Forward), by P. Novick
Folder 88: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 89: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 90: Morning Freiheit clippings
- P. Novick about Ab. Cahan
Folder 91: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 92: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 93: Morning Freiheit clippings
- travel impressions
Folder 94: Morning Freiheit clippings
- travel impressions (Israel)
Folder 95: Morning Freiheit clippings
- travel impressions
Folder 96: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 97: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 98: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 99: Morning Freiheit clippings
- English edition
Folder 100: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 101: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 102: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 103: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 104: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 105: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 106: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 107: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 108: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 109: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 110: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 111: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 112: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 113: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 114: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 115: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 116: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 117: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 118: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 119: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 120: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 121: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 122: Morning Freiheit clippings
Folder 123: Morning Freiheit clippings
- article by Gennady Estraikh, Di Yidishe Linke Bavegung in Amerike (The Jewish Leftist Movement in America)
Folder 124: Solomon Mikhoels and Itsik Feffer in America
- from Soviet Russia to Solomon Mikhoels and Itsik Feffer in America - farewell number, September-October 1943
Folder 125: Alexander Belousov biography

- collected biographical information, 10/4/79 (hand-written), by Belousov, on the 49th anniversary of the Morning Freiheit

- Erev (Evening), by Leib Kvitko

- In Yidishen Vort (In Yiddish Words), 6/24/39, 8/12/52

- Baym Fenster (At the Window), by David Hofshteyn

- In Vinter fun Mayn Lebn (In the Winter of My Life), Anna Safran

- Halbnakht in Pompey (Midnight in Pompei), by Peretz Markish

- Shpitol (Hospital), by Shmuel Dan

- Rivtshe fun Kaleylishekh? un Mayn Zeyde (Rivtshe from Kaleylishekh and My Grandfather), by M.L. Halpern

- Rehabilitirn di Yidishe Shrayber (Rehabilitating the Yiddish Writers), by P. Novick, 8/14/88

Folder 126: Ber Green memorial and material for the Moshe Katz book

- A Por Verter (A Few Words), by P. Novick, 1/15/89

- materials for the Moshe Katz book: Zikhroynes vegn Peretses Rede far di Peterburger Magnatn (Memories of Peretz's Speech in Front of the St. Petersburg Magnates), March 1911

Folder 127: Miscellaneous

- Di Val Kampanie fun 1908 un di Atake oyf De-Lyonen (The Wall Campaign of 1908 and the Attack on DeLeon)

- A Farnunftike Politik Anshtot Puste Barimerayen (Rational Politics Instead of Empty Boasts), by Berl Balti

- Buletin fun dem Demakratishn Komunizm baym Mukr? (Bulletin of Democratic Communism by Mukr?), 2/3/80

- Komitet fun Fareynikte Yidishe Organizatsies - Tsum Prezident fun Medines-Yisroel (Committee of United Jewish Organizations - To the President of Israel, Ephraim Katzir), 6/21/76

- Lackers at Back and Call

- In memoriam of Martha Schlamme

- In memoriam of M.S. Arhoni, 1921-1985

- The Legend of Hannah Senesh

- The Party Crisis - Political Affairs, 12/57, William Foster

- Vegn Zhitlowsky (About Zhitlowsky)

Folder 128: Miscellaneous

- Notitsn vegn Pluralizm un Asimilatsie - Zangvil (Notes about Pluralism and Assimilation - Zangwill), 1/21/64

- The Approach Towards Zionism

- Der Skandal mit Klevansky in 1906 (The Scandal with Klevansky in 1906)

- Y. Vasershtrom - Traditsies fun Gemeynzamen Kamf (Y. Vasershtrom - Traditions of Joint Struggle)

- Der Hayntsaytiker Komunizm - Dos iz di Ideologie fun der Imperialistisher Burzhuazie (Today's Communism - That is the Ideology of the Imperialist Bourgeoisie)

Folder 129: Miscellaneous

- monument commemorating the massacre of 2000 by the Nazis 7/21/41 in Plungian, Lithuania

- In memoriam - tribute to Emma Lazarus

- Israel Deserves Better

- Consumers Unite!

- Unfair Looseness of Terminology

- "Progressives" Defend Israel

Folder 130: Unidentified loose pages

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