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- Subject: Jews -- New York (State) -- Western New York Region -- Religion X
- Jews -- New York (State) -- Buffalo Region -- Archives 39
- Jews -- New York (State) -- Western New York Region -- Social life and customs 38
- Clippings (information artifacts) 34
- Fliers (printed matter) 30
- Photographs 30
- Pamphlets 29
- Correspondence 26
- Ephemera 25
- Programs (documents) 25
- Minutes (administrative records) 19
- Invitations 16
- Scrapbooks 13
- Material culture 6
- Reports 6
- Newsletters 5
- Notes 5
- Posters 4
- Speeches (documents) 4 + ∧ less
- University Archives 39
- Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo 20
- Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo 17
- Temple Beth El (Buffalo, N.Y.) 9
- Temple Beth Zion (Buffalo, N.Y.) 8
- Bureau of Jewish Education (Buffalo, N.Y.) 6
- Hillel (Buffalo, N.Y.) 6
- Temple Sinai (Amherst, N.Y.) 5
- Jewish Book Fair (Buffalo, N.Y.) 4
- Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- Jewish Family Service of Buffalo & Erie County 3
- Jewish War Veterans. Buffalo Frontier Post 25 3
- Selling, Muriel 3
- Temple Beth Am (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- Temple Beth David-Ner Israel (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- Temple Shaarey Zedek (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- Weinberg Campus (Buffalo, N.Y.) 3
- Brandeis University. National Women's Committee. Buffalo Chapter (New York) 2
- Buffalo Jewish Review 2 + ∧ less
Personal papers documenting aspects of the Ellis and Shatkin families. Materials include photographs and newspaper clippings.
Personal papers consist of research materials and maps documenting Jewish businesses and organizations that were located on the East Side of Buffalo during the 1930s. Also includes programming relating to Holocaust education. Programs, photographs, notes and newspaper clippings are included on other aspects of Jewish practice and history.
Personal Papers documenting aspects of the Small family in Buffalo, N.Y. Encompasses Alvin and Sylvia Small’s involvement in Temple Beth Zion and Alvin Small’s participation in local theatre for a number of different theater troops. Supplemented by Temple Beth Zion religious educational records relating to their children: Elisabeth and Bruce Small.
Congregational papers documenting the religious, historic and cultural life of Temple Beth El from its beginnings in 1847 until 2006 just prior to merger with Shaarey Zedek to form Temple Beth Tzedek in 2008.
Papers documenting aspects of Temple Beth Shalom, Elma, NY based at Camp Centerland, Elma, NY.
Organizational papers documenting the religious and community activities of Temple Beth Zion synagogue. Includes photographs, ledgers, scrapbooks, correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, flyers, certificates, architectural drawings and special format or oversize materials dating from 1864 to 2008. Includes materials created by auxiliaries, religious school, leadership, administration and clergy.
Organizational and personal papers documenting aspects of Jewish War Veterans, Post 25 and the role of Herman Weinstein. Materials include minutes, newsletters, programs, financial statements, clippings, photographs and material culture.
Personal papers documenting aspects of activism in Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Material includes minutes, newsletters, programs, photographs, speeches, research notes, testimonies and newspaper clippings relating to environmental issues, education, and Israel Advocacy.
Papers documenting aspects of special activities held within the Jewish community in observation of community milestones and other organizational activities, as well as programs featuring prominent individuals originally from Buffalo.
Personal papers documenting aspects of Jewish community life in Buffalo through the activities of both J. Milton and Amy Zeckhauser. Materials includes minutes, newsletters, programs, photographs and newspaper clippings relating to the Westwood Country Club, Temple Beth Zion, Israel Expo, Brandeis University National Women Committee, National Council of Jewish Women, Jewish Federation of Buffalo, and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo among others.