Guide to the American Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs Collection,
undated, 1969-1991

*I-495

Processed by Andrey Filimonov

American Jewish Historical Society

Center for Jewish History

15 West 16th Street

New York, N.Y. 10011

Phone: (212) 294-6160

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Email: reference@ajhs.org

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Electronic finding aid was encoded in EAD 2002 by Andrey Filimonov in October 2014. Description is in English.
August 2016 Container list updated by Andrey Filimonov. August 2017 Included information on the call number change from I-494 to I-495 in the Processing Information field.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: American Jewish Historical Society
Title: American Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs Collection
Dates:undated, 1969-1991
Abstract: This is an artificial collection that contains digitized photographs and slides selected from various collections in the Archives of the American Soviet Jewry Movement, and other related collections at the American Jewish Historical Society. The physical part of the collection consists of one manuscript box containing 415 photographs that were separated from their parent collections.
Languages: The collection is in English.
Quantity: 1 manuscript box and 1244 digital images
Identification: *I-495
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
Location: Located in AJHS New York, NY
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Historical Note
Montefiore seniors on Vigil for Anatoly Sharansky, 1980s

Montefiore seniors on Vigil for Anatoly Sharansky, 1980s

American Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs Collection represents a selection of photographs from various collections housed within the Archive of the American Soviet Jewry Movement (AASJM). These papers reflect the effort, beginning in the 1960s through the late 1980s, of thousands of American Jews of all denominations and political orientations to stop the persecution and discrimination of Jews in the Soviet Union. The American Soviet Jewry Movement (ASJM) is considered to be the most influential Movement of the American Jewish community in the 20th century. The beginnings of the organized American Soviet Jewry Movement became a model for efforts to aid Soviet Jews in other countries, among them Great Britain, Canada, and France. The movement can be traced to the early 1960s, when the first organizations were created to address the specific problem of the persecution and isolation of Soviet Jews by the government of the Soviet Union.

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Scope and Content Note

The collection contains digitized photographs and slides from the Archives of the American Soviet Jewry Movement and other related collections at the American Jewish Historical Society.

American Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs Collection consists of 1244 digitized photographs and slides selected from several collections of the Archive of the American Soviet Jewry Movement. It documents not only the everyday struggle for Soviet Jewry in the USA by depicting over two decades of demonstrations, vigils, and meetings, but also contains scenes of mourning and celebrations regarding Movement activists of all ages and walks of life, whether ordinary citizens, politicians, or celebrities. A number of photographs in the collection offer a glimpse into Cold War-era Jewish life on the other side of the Iron Curtain: prominent Soviet Jewish activists, Prisoners of Conscience in Siberian labor camps, clandestine gatherings and forbidden observations of religious holidays and ceremonies, and daring public protests by Refuseniks in the center of Moscow.

The physical aspect of the collection consists of 1 manuscript box containing 415 photographs. The digital collection contains digital surrogates of the 415 photos in the box, and those of 734 additional photographs that were not physically separated from their parent collections. The total number of digital images is 1494.

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged into a single series.

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

The collection is open to all researchers by permission of the Director of Library and Archives of the American Jewish Historical Society, except items that are restricted due to their fragility.

Permission to reproduce collection materials must be obtained in advance and paid for prior to usage. A Materials Release Form must be completed for photographs. Usage fees are assessed by the AJHS as the owner of the physical collection material.

Use Restrictions

Information concerning the literary rights may be obtained from the Director of Library and Archives of the American Jewish Historical Society. Users must apply in writing for permission to quote, reproduce or otherwise publish manuscript materials found in this collection. For more information contact:

American Jewish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, N.Y., 10011 email: reference@ajhs.org

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Related Material

American Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs Collection represent a selection of photographs from various collections of the Archive of the American Soviet Jewry Movement (AASJM) located at the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS). Other Soviet Jewry Movement collections at AJHS include the records of Action for Soviet Jewry (I-487), the National Conference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ; I-181 and I-181A), the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews (I-410, I-410A), Houston Action for Soviet Jewry (I-500), Seattle Action for Soviet Jewry (I-507), The Jewish Chronicle Soviet Jewry Collection (I-523), B'nai B'rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum Soviet Jewry Movement Collection (I-529), Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry (I-530), Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism (I-538), United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (I-543), Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans (I-547), Jewish Defense League (I-374) the papers of Joel Ackerman (P-787), Julia Mates Cheney (P-806), Jerry Goodman (P-863), Laurel and Alan J. Gould (P-866), Carolyn W. Sanger (P-870), Leah Lieberman (P-869), Si Frumkin (P-871), Elaine Pittell (P-873), Sanford A. Gradinger (P-880), Shaul Osadchey (P-882), Leonard S. Cahan (P-883), Doris H. Goldstein (P-887), David H. Hill (P-888), Margery Sanford (P-889), Pinchas Mordechai Teitz (P-891), David Waksberg (P-895), Pamela B. Cohen (P-897), Moshe Decter (P-899), William Korey (P-903), Morey Schapira (P-906), Charlotte Gerper Turner (P-907), Myrtle Sitowitz (P-908), Kathleen M. Hyman (P-911), Babette Wampold (P-912), Rabbi David Goldstein and Shannie Goldstein (P-918), Leslie Schaffer (P-923), Arthur Bernstein (P-925), Dolores Wilkenfeld (P-927), Sylvia Weinberg (P-928) , Irwin H. Krasna (P-934) , Constance S. Kreshtool (P-935), Betty Golomb (P-938), Grace Perlbinder (P-942), Mort Yadin (P-943), Ann Polunsky (P-886), Lillian Foreman (P-945), Marilyn Labendz(P-946), Abraham Silverstein(P-947), Bert Silver (P-949), Billie Kozolchyk (P-950), John Steinbruck (P-951), Lawrence I. Lerner (P-952), Ruth Geller Gold (P-953), Efry Spectre (P-954), Alan M. Kohn (P-956), Frank Brodsky (P-957), Victor Borden (P-959), Estelle Newman (P-960), Carol S. Kekst (P-961), Linda Rutta (P-965), Rachel Braun (P-967), Jack Forgash (P-968), Michael Greene (P-969), Judith A. Manelis (P-970), Fred Greene (P-971), Harry Lerner (P-972), Alan L. Cohen (P-973), Murray Levine (P-974) and Jack Minker (P-975).

American Soviet Jewry Movement Oral Histories Collection (I-548) contains audio and video interviews with activists of the American Soviet Jewry Movement, former Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience.

Additional materials from other collections include records dealing with the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ) located within the North American Jewish Students Appeal (NAJSA, I-338) and the records of the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC, I-172). Related records are also located at the AJHS in Newton Centre, MA including memorabilia and ephemera of the New England Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (I-237) and the Records of the Student Coalition for Soviet Jewry – Brandeis University (I-493).

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Alternate Access to Digitized Photographs

The digital images can also be accessed by following this link: AASJM photographs in Digitool.

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Digitization Note

The digitization of a portion of the items available here has been made possible through a generous grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); American Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs Collection; *I-495 ; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY, and Boston, MA.

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Acquisition Information

This artificial collection was created by the American Jewish Historical Society in 2009 and extended in 2013-2014.

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Processing Information

This artificial collection is the result of several digitization efforts of the American Jewish Historical Society and the Center for Jewish History. The first batch of 415 photographs and slides was digitized in 2009. The photos and slides were physically removed from their parent collections to form an artificial American Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs Collection, I-494. The digital surrogates of the photos comprised an artificial digital collection of the same title. The call number was eventually changed to the current number, I-495. Several subsequent digitization efforts added 734 images to the digital collection, while the original photographs remained in their parent collections. While the initial batch of 415 photographs and slides was digitized on item level, the subsequently added 734 photographs were digitized on folder level.

The original call number assigned to this collection was I-494. The initial 415 photographs and slides, digitized in 2009, were named, ingested, and cataloged using that call number. The old call number appears in those digital images' file names and individual call/accession numbers.

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Access Points

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Container List

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Click the box in the request column to open the form that allows you to request a box for onsite viewing in the reading room at the Center for Jewish History, New York, NY.

 

American Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs Collection, undated, 1969-1991

The series is in English.
1 manuscript box, 1244 Digital Images.
Scope and Content:

See the collection Scope and Content Note.

Box TitleDate
Digital image A bus in Washington (D.C.) being decorated with a Soviet Jewry Movement bannerundated
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Digital image Alan Dershowitz at a Soviet Jewry rally in Washington (D.C.)undated
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Digital image Alexandr Slepak, son of the Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepak1977 November
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Digital image American Jewish Congress, Justice Chapter at Soviet Jewry Solidarity Day Parade (Photo #1)1973
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Digital image American Jewish Congress, Justice Chapter at Soviet Jewry Solidarity Day Parade (Photo #2)1973
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Digital image Anatolty Sharansky with Morris Abram, chairman of National Conference on Soviet Jewryundated
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Digital image Anatoly Sharansky addressing Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun1986 May
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Digital image Anatoly Sharansky's birthday vigil opposite the Soviet Embassy in Washington (D.C.)undated
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Digital image Antisemitic propaganda materials on display in Moscowundated
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Digital image Avital Sharansky appearance on the UC Berkley campus1980 July
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Digital image Avital Sharansky appearance on the UC Berkley campus1979 July
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Digital image Avital Sharansky at the press conference with scientists on the UC Berkley campus (Photo #1)1978 July
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Digital image Avital Sharansky at the press conference with scientists on the UC Berkley campus (Photo #2)1978 July
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Digital image Avital Sharansky speaking outside the International Union of Electronic Electrical, Technical, Salaried and Machine Workers, AFC-CIO building (Photo #1)undated
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Digital image Avital Sharansky speaking outside the International Union of Electronic Electrical, Technical, Salaried and Machine Workers, AFC-CIO building (Photo #2)undated
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Digital image Avital Sharansky speaking outside the International Union of Electronic Electrical, Technical, Salaried and Machine Workers, AFC-CIO building (Photo #3)undated
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Digital image Billboard of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jewsundated
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Digital image Brother of the Prisoner of Conscience Anatoly Sharansky Leonid Sharansky and his wife1977 October
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Digital image Candlelight Vigil on the Night of the Murdered Poets in front of the Soviet Consulate (Photo #1)1984 August 12
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Digital image Candlelight Vigil on the Night of the Murdered Poets in front of the Soviet CounsulateConsulate (Photo #2)1984 August 12
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Digital image Children Refuseniksundated
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Digital image Contact sheet of members of American Jewish Congress and the Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry protesting outside of the Park East Synagogue1973
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Digital image Daughter of Refusenik Diana Friedman Bella Fridman, with her husbandundated
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Digital image Demonstration Speak out for Soviet Jews in Stern Grove, San Francisco (Photo #1)1969 October 12
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Digital image Demonstration Speak out for Soviet Jews in Stern Grove, San Francisco (Photo #2)1969 October 12
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Digital image Demonstration Speak out for Soviet Jews in Stern Grove, San Francisco (Photo #3)1969 October 12
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Digital image Demonstration Speak out for Soviet Jews in Stern Grove, San Francisco (Photo #4)1969 October 12
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Digital image Demonstration for Joseph Roginsky (Photo #1)undated
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Digital image Demonstration for Joseph Roginsky (Photo #2)undated
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Digital image Demonstration for Joseph Roginsky (Photo #3)undated
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Digital image Demonstration for Soviet Jewry (Photo #1)undated
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Digital image Demonstration for Soviet Jewry (Photo #2)undated
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Digital image Demonstration for the release of Ida Nudelundated
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Digital image Demonstration in San Francisco across the street from the Soviet Consulate at 2790 Green St. (Photo #1)1983 June 21
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Digital image Demonstration in San Francisco across the street from the Soviet Consulate at 2790 Green St. (Photo #2) 1983 June 21
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Digital image Demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #1)1981
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Digital image Demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #2)1979
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Digital image Demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco; Avital Sharansky1981
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Digital image Demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco; Lillian Foreman1981
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Digital image Demonstration in front of the Soviet cargo ship Ostrogozhsk, docked in San Francisco1970 March
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Digital image Director of Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews Harold Light and Mrs. Light at a demonstration for Soviet Jews1972 November 24
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Digital image Duffy Square Rally, Solidarity Sunday (60 digital images)1973
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Digital image Emma and Vladimir Vinnick1981
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Digital image Eugene Gould, District Attorney of Brooklyn and Chairman of National Conference on Soviet Jewry with Victor Tsitlionok, brother of Prisoner of Conscience Boris Tsitlionokundated
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Digital image Family of the Refusenik Edith Kotlyar demonstrating on her behalf in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco1985
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Digital image Fast and Prayer Vigil for Soviet Jewry on the Capitol steps with Rep. Bob Mrazek (D-NY)undated
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Digital image Feige Shkolnik, wife of the Prisoner of Conscience Isaak Shkolnikundated
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Digital image Feige Shkolnik, wife of the Prisoner of Conscience Isaak Shkolnik lighting a hannukiah at the Jewish Museum opening in New York City1983 December 7
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Digital image Former Prisoner of Conscience Anatoly Sharanskyundated
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Digital image Former Prisoner of Conscience Silva Zalmansonundated
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Digital image Former Prisoner of Conscience Silva Zalmanson arriving in Israel after her release from the USSR in 19741974
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Digital image Former Prisoner of Conscience Ida Nudel in Israel1982 September
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Digital image Former Refusenik Elena Dubianskaya1979 December 17
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Digital image Former Refusenik painter Natan Feingold at the Soviet Jewish artists exhibition in Los Angelesundated
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Digital image Former Refuseniks demonstrate for their separated families; L-R—Anna Polulyauh and Valentina Eydelman, mother and sister of Janna Lerner; Simon Levin, husband of Tamara Tretyakova and father of Mark Lifshitz; Rachel and Chaim Kushnir, mother and brother of Alexander Kushnirundated
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Digital image Former Refuseniks Veniamin and Sophie Gorokhovundated
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Digital image "Freedom—John F. Kennedy International Airport, March 6, 1986. Lev, Inna, Boris and Julia Goldfarb, formerly of Moscow greeted by Linda Opper"1986
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Digital image Fundraising dinner of the Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry; L-R—Lynn Singer; Boris Blitshtein, Hon. Joseph M. Margiotta, Chairman of the Nassau Country Republican Committee; Tatyana Yankelevich; Hon. Mario Cuomo; Lt. Governor of New York State Bob Gordon; Senator Norman J. Levy1980
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Digital image Funeral of the Helsinki Accord at a demonstration for Soviet Jewry1985 August 1
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Digital image Gates of the Lefortovo Prison in Moscow where Natan Sharansky and the other Jewish Prisoners of Conscience were heldundated
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Digital image Georgian Refusenik Gregory Goldstein witnessing the circumcision of his nephew Abraham1974 January 17
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Digital image Georgian Refusenik Isai Goldstein praying at the circumcision of his son Abraham1974 January 17
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Digital image Happy New Year postcard with a photograph from Refuseniks Vladimir and Izolde Tufeld1982 November 30
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Digital image Historian Sir Martin John Gilbert in front of a Soviet Jewry Movement poster1985
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Digital image Isai Goldstein with his baby son Abraham, surrounded by Tbilisi school childrenundated
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Digital image Isai and Grigoriy Goldstein reviewing Western pressundated
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Digital image Jerry Goodman, Executive Director of National Conference on Soviet Jewry with NYC Mayor Ed Koch in front of New York City Hall1977 May
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Digital image Jerry Goodman, Executive Director of National Conference on Soviet Jewry with Rep. Bella Abzug (D-NY) in front of New York City Hall1977 May
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Digital image Jerry Goodman, Executive Director of National Conference on Soviet Jewry with former Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepakundated
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Digital image Jerry Goodman, the Executive Director of National Conference on Soviet Jewry speaking at a demonstration for Soviet Jewry in Philadelphia1968 December
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Digital image Jerry Goodman, the Executive Director of National Conference on Soviet Jewry with Bess Meyerson, the first Jewish Miss Americaundated
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Digital image Joan Baez at the Avital Sharansky appearance on the UC Berkley campus (Photo #1)1978 July
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Digital image Joan Baez at the Avital Sharansky appearance on the UC Berkley campus (Photo #2)1978 July
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Digital image L-R Lillian Foreman, Prisoner of Conscience Ida Nudel, Lillian Hoffman1977 October
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Digital image L-R—Congressman Michael D. Barnes (D-MD), former Refusenik Lev Roitburd and Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick (R-NJ) hold up a birthday postcard for Ida Nudelundated
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Digital image Leaders of the Bay Area Councils Symposium on Cultural Genocide in the USSR; L-R—Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Dr. Benjamin Fain, Jacob Birnbaum and Moshe Decter1978 July
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Digital image Leaders of the London-based Women's Campaign for Soviet Jewry, The 35, Jillian Isaacs and Regina Waldman in San Francisco
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Digital image Lillian Foreman's trip to Russia; L-R—unknown, Lillian Foreman, Helen Seidel-Mai1977 October
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Digital image Lillian Foreman's trip to Russia; with one of the Skrynnick brothers in his mother's apartment1977 October 7
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Digital image Maria Slepak, wife of the Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepak (Photo #1)1981 August
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Digital image Maria Slepak, wife of the Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepak (Photo #2)1980 August
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Digital image Members of American Jewish Congress holding a banner at a Soviet Jewry movement paradeundated
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Digital image Members of American Jewish Congress in March for Soviet Jews on Solidarity Sunday1973
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Digital image Mendelevich, Iosif (27 digital images)undated, 1981
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Digital image Micah Naftalin at the annual meeting of Union of Councils for Soviet Jews1989
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Digital image Miscellaneous photographs (81 digital images)undated
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Digital image Montefiore seniors on Vigil for Anatoly Sharanskyundated
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Digital image Mother of the Prisoner of Conscience Anatoly Sharansky Ida Milgromundated
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Digital image Mr. and Mrs. Harold Light with Mr. and Mrs. Mikhail Geertsman and Inna Slepyan at King David Hotel, Jerusalemundated
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Digital image Mr. and Mrs. Joel D. Sandberg of South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry (left) presenting Case Histories of the Refuseniks to the US Secretary of the Interior James G. Wattundated
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Digital image Naomi Shapiro, daughter of the Refusenik Lev Shapiro, born on June 1, 1978undated
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Digital image National Conference on Soviet Jewry Policy Conference in Washington (D.C.); L-R—Senator Ted Kennedy, former Refusenik Vladimir Lazaris and Jerry Goodman, the Executive Director of the National Conference on Soviet Jewry1978
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Digital image National rabbinic leaders being arrested for demonstrating in front of the Soviet Embassy1986 March 27
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Digital image Packing of food and clothing for shipment to USSR; L-R Sanford Weinberg, Anne Kaufman and Michael Sverdlov with his daughter Ethel, Shel Rosenthal1991 May 9
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Digital image Pamela B. Cohen, President of the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews at the UCSJ annual meeting of 19891989
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Digital image Panov, Valery (103 digital images)undated
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Digital image Parents of Refusenik Julia Ratner, waiting in Israel for her release from the USSR1976 January
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Digital image Penson, Boris (91 digital images)undated
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Digital image Peretz Markish, one of the Yiddish poets murdered on the orders of Stalin in 19521914
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Digital image Photographs (10 digital images)undated
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Digital image Press conference for Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry sponsored by the Leadership Conference of National Jewish Women's Organizations in cooperation with the National Conference on Soviet Jewry and the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council; L-R—Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-CO), Rep. Elizabeth Hotzman (D-NY), Prisoner of Conscience Silva Zalmanson, Rep. Margaret Heckler (R-MA), Rep. Bella Abzug (D-NY)undated
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Digital image Press conference with Jerry Goodman, Executive Director of National Conference on Soviet Jewry and former Prisoners of Conscience Sylva Zalmanson, Mark Dymshitz and Eduard Kuznetsovundated
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Digital image Press conference with the former Prisoners of Conscience; L-R—Washington Post reporter Bon Kaiser, Mark Dymshitz, Eduard Kuznetsov, Sylva Zalmanson and Executive Director of National Conference on Soviet Jewry Jerry Goodmanundated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Anatoly Sharanskyundated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Anatoly Sharansky with the Refuseniks and Western visitors1974
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Boris Tsitlionok in Siberian exileundated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Isaak Shkolnik with his daughter and wifeundated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepak (Photo #1)1980 August
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepak (Photo #2)1981 January
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepak (Photo #3)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepak (Photo #4)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepak with Joseph Beilinundated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience painter Boris Pensonundated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience painter Ilya Gleezer in Siberian exile1975 September 19
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Digital image Prisoner of conscience Ida Nudel (Photo #1)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of conscience Ida Nudel (Photo #2)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of conscience Ida Nudel (Photo #3)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Ida Nudel (Photo #4)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Ida Nudel (Photo #5)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Ida Nudel (Photo #6)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Ida Nudel in Siberian exileundated
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Digital image Prisoner of Conscience Isaak Shkolnik with his daughter and wifeundated
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Digital image Prisoners of Conscience Anatoly Sharansky and Vladimir Slepak with Dina Trifonovaundated
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Digital image Prisoners of Conscience Dmitriy Shiglik and Mikhail Rivkin1988 June
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Digital image Prisoners of Conscience—Arkady Shpilberg, Riga; Boris Kochubievsky, Kiev; Mikhael Shepshelovich, Riga; Victor Boguslavsky, Leningrad; Leib Knokh, Riga; Arkady Voloshin; Alexander Galperin; Reiza Palatnik; Harry Kirshner; David Robinovich; Anatoly Goldfeldundated
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Digital image Prisoners of Conscience—Sylva Zalmanson, Riga; David Chernoglaz, Leningrad; Hilel Butman, Leningrad; Boris Maftisier, Riga; Wolf Zalmanson, Riga; Ruth Alexandrovich, Riga; Hilel Shur, Leningrad; Shlomo Dreizner, Leningradundated
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Digital image Purim Celebration in Leningrad (Photo #1)1984
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Digital image Purim Celebration in Leningrad (Photo #2)1984
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Digital image Purim Celebration in Leningrad (Photo #3)1984
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Digital image Purim Celebration in Leningrad (Photo #4)1984
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Digital image Purim Celebration in Leningrad (Photo #5)1984
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Digital image Purim Celebration in Leningrad (Photo #6)1984
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Digital image Purim Celebration in Leningrad (Photo #7)1984
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Digital image Purim Celebration in Leningrad (Photo #8)1984
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Digital image Purim Celebration in Leningrad (Photo #9)1984
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Digital image Rabbi David Oler, Chairman of the Washington Board of Rabbis Soviet Jewry Committee and Rabbis Bruce Kahn, Harold Steven Bayar and Mark Levine talk to reporters after being sentenced to 15 days in federal prison for demonstrating within 500 feet of the Soviet Embassy in Washington1986
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Digital image Rabbinic Action for Soviet Jewry demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #1)1985 May 1
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Digital image Rabbinic Action for Soviet Jewry demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #2)1985 May 1
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Digital image Rabbinic Action for Soviet Jewry demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #3)1985 May 1
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Digital image Rabbinic Action for Soviet Jewry demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #4)1985 May 1
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Digital image Rabbinic Action for Soviet Jewry demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #5)1985 May 1
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Digital image Rabbinic Action for Soviet Jewry demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #6)1985 May 1
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Digital image Rabbinic Action for Soviet Jewry demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #7) Rabbi Sheldon Lewis1985 May 1
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Digital image Rabbinic Action for Soviet Jewry demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #8)1985 May 1
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Digital image Rabbinic Action for Soviet Jewry demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #9)1985 May 1
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Digital image Rally for Soviet Jewry in Washington (D.C.) (Photo #1)1977
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Digital image Rally for Soviet Jewry in Washington (D.C.) (Photo #2)1977
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Digital image Refusenik Abe Stolar1979 March 13
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Digital image Refusenik Abe Stolar with his family1978 December
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Digital image Refusenik Alexander Goldfarb reads the November 24, 1974 issue of London Times featuring an appeal on behalf of the Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscience1974
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Digital image Refusenik Boris Braslavsky1978 July
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Digital image Refusenik Boris Chernobylskiyundated
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Digital image Refusenik Boris Kalendarov with Aba Taratutaundated
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Digital image Refusenik David Schwartzman1979
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Digital image Refusenik Elena Dolganov1980 February
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Digital image Refusenik Fima Flomenblitundated
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Digital image Refusenik Grigoriy Levitt (center)1978 July
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Digital image Refusenik Ilya Alber, age 121979
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Digital image Refusenik Izolde Tufeld1981 November
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Digital image Refusenik Leonid Korsunsky1981 January 15
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Digital image Refusenik Lev Gendin1977 February
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Digital image Refusenik Lev Shubov and his family1981 April
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Digital image Refusenik Natasha Khassin with her daughter Yehudit and grandson Yakov1986 October
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Digital image Refusenik Naum Kogan1978
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Digital image Refusenik Oscar Mendeleev with his family1979 February
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Digital image Refusenik Professor Alexander Lernerundated
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Digital image Refusenik Red Army Colonel Lev Ovsischer1981 February
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Digital image Refusenik Red Army Colonel Volf Vilensky1977 February
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Digital image Refusenik Riva Baazov with her grandfatherundated
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Digital image Refusenik Victor Dolganov1980 February
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Digital image Refusenik Zeev Shakhnovsky1977
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Digital image Refusenik ballet dancer Valery Panov on hunger strike1973 November
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Digital image Refusenik demonstration on Arbat Street1988
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Digital image Refusenik professor Ilya Piatetsky-Shapiro1975 April
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Digital image Refuseniks Aba and Ida Taratuta (standing) and Shapiros1980
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Digital image Refuseniks Anatoly and Nataliya Vassilevsky with their daughter Hannahundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Arkady Liberman, Sulamith Rosenblith and Evgeny Liberman1977
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Digital image Refuseniks Balbarer, Boris I. and Aranova, Vita and Ernstundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Boris and irina Ghinnis with their daughters Julia and Allaundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Chaim and Yudit Solovei with daughters Orit (left) and Diana1984
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Digital image Refuseniks David Kvarin, Mikhail Martinov, Lev Aivisov and Baruch Ludmirundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Emmanuel and Alla Smelyansky with their family1976 December
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Digital image Refuseniks Goldstein brothers receiving mail from the Westundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Grigoriy and Liza Vasserman1981
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Digital image Refuseniks Igor and Victoria Kushnirenkoundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Isaac, Irma and Victoria Poltinnikov1975
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Digital image Refuseniks L-R (standing)—Prisoner of Conscience Vladimir Slepak, Alexander Goldfarb; (seated)—Alexander Lerner and Alexander Luntzundated
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Digital image Refuseniks L-R—Alexander and Polina Cherniak, Mikhail and Lev Elbert1981 August
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Digital image Refuseniks L-R—Ina and Ilya Vaitzblit with their son Eugene1981 July
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Digital image Refuseniks L-R—Simona, Anna and Esther Koganundated
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Digital image Refuseniks L-R—Yuriy Fishman, Rimma and Yevgeniy Yakirundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Leonid Byaly and Julia Ratner with their sonsApril 1980
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Digital image Refuseniks Lev, Alla and Leonid Popov1980
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Digital image Refuseniks Mai, Arkady and Helen (on the right), with a Western visitorundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Mark, Svetlana and Olga Terlitsky1979 March 13
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Digital image Refuseniks Natan Tkach and Etya Podgorskayaundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Seva, Galya and Anatoly Gennis hold up a banner reading "World Without Missles and Refuseniks" in their Moscow apartment1988 July 11
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Digital image Refuseniks Terlitsky family1985
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Digital image Refuseniks Viacheslav, Alexandra and Beatrice Grinsteinundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Victor Fulmacht and Irina Brailovsky1981 August
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Digital image Refuseniks Vladimir and Izolde Tufeldundated
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Digital image Refuseniks Vladimir and Izolde Tufeld (center) with Boris and Esfir Orlov1978 May
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Digital image Refuseniks Yelena, Alexei (age 12), and Irina (age 4) Bronstein1977 January
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Digital image Refuseniks Zigmund, Era, and Roman Rozenthalundated
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Digital image Refuseniks ballet dancers Valery and Galina Panov1973
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Digital image Refuseniks demonstration on Arbat Street (Photo #1)1988
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Digital image Refuseniks in the apartment of Isai Goldstein, Tbilisi; Front row—Ida Nudel, Mariya Slepak, Elizaveta Goldstein, Abraham Goldstein1976 October
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Digital image Refuseniks of Kiev1989 December
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Digital image Refuseniks with Western visitors; L-R (back row)—Lillian Foreman, Mariya, Leonid, and Vladimir Slepak; (front row) unknown, Ruby Goodman, unknownundated
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Digital image Refuseniks with a Western visitor in the apartment of Isai Goldstein, Tbilisi; L-R—Elizaveta Goldstein, Ida Nudel, Abraham Goldstein, Rita Lanfer, Mariya Goldstein, Isai Goldstein, Maria Slepak, and Grigoriy Goldstein1976 October
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Digital image Refuseniks. L-R—Hatina Elbert, Sergei Rothstein, and Elena Oleynik1980
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Digital image "Refuseniks—Heroes of History" slide show by the Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, Slide 1undated
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Digital image Refuseniks—father and daughter from the village Ilyinka in the home of the Slepaks, Moscow1976 October 9
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Digital image Rep. James H. Scheuer (D-NY) welcoming former Prisoner of Conscience Ida Nudel and her nephewundated
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Digital image Rep. Robert F. Drinan (D-MA) signs a birthday card for the imprisoned Anatoly Sharanskyundated
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Digital image Reverend Douglas Huneke at a demonstration for Soviet Jewryundated
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Digital image Russian nuclear physicist, dissident and human rights activist Dr. Yuri Orlov in Siberian Labor Camp1984
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Digital image Second World Conference of Jewish Communities on Soviet Jewry—Elie Wiesel1976 February
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Digital image Second World Conference of Jewish Communities on Soviet Jewry—Golda Meir (Photo #1)1976 February
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Digital image Second World Conference of Jewish Communities on Soviet Jewry—Golda Meir (Photo #3)1976 February
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Digital image Second World Conference of Jewish Communities on Soviet Jewry—Menachem Begin1976 February
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Digital image Senator Charles E. Grassley receiving the Anatoly Sharansky Freedom Award at the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews annual meeting of 19841984 September
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Digital image Service in the Choral Synagogue of Leningradundated
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Digital image Sharansky, Anatoly (Natan) and Avital with Milgrom, Ida (82 digital images)undated
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Digital image Sharansky, Avital and Natan with Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews director David Waksberg in Israel1986 March 23
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Digital image Shkolnik, Isaak (25 digital images)undated
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Digital image Simḥat Torah demonstration in San Francisco1983
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Digital image Sonia Lerner-Levin, daughter of the Refusenik Professor Alexander Lerner with former President of The Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Digital image South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry demonstration at the arrival of the USSR Women's Gymnastics Team to Miami, FL (Photo #1)1973 March
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Digital image South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry demonstration at the arrival of the USSR Women's Gymnastics Team to Miami, FL (Photo #2)1973 March
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Digital image South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry demonstration at the arrival of the USSR Women's Gymnastics Team to Miami, FL (Photo #3)1973 March
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Digital image Soviet Immigrant holds a photo of his Refusenik granddaughter, left behind in the USSRundated
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Movement Events in the United States (169 digital images)undated, 1968, 1971-1972, 1976-1978, 1982-1988, 1998
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Movement Photographs, New York (8 digital images)undated, 1988
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Movement activists Michael and Muriel Sherbourne of London visiting Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews offices1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Movement banner on a Californian Synagogue1979
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Movement sign on the Beth Jacob Congregation (Photo #1)early 1970's
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Movement sign on the Beth Jacob Congregation (Photo #2)early 1970's
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Movement sign on the Beth Jacob Congregation (Photo #3)early 1970's
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Movement sign on the Lincolnwood Jewish Congregationearly 1970's
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Solidarity Sundayl; L-R—Morris Abram, chairman of National Conference on Soviet Jewry, Ed Koch, former Mayor of New York City, Anatoly Sharansky, former Prisoner of Conscience, David Dinkins, Mayor of New York Cityundated
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #1)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #2)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #3)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #4)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #5)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #6)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #7)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #8)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #9)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #10)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #11)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #12)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #13)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983 (Photo #14)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1983; Morey Shapira, president of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1985 (Photo #1)1985
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1985 (Photo #2)1985
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Digital image Soviet Jewry rally on Simḥat Torah 1985 (Photo #3)1985
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Digital image Soviet Jewry themed Driftwood Sculptures on Highway 80, Emeryville Mudflats (Photo #1)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry themed Driftwood Sculptures on Highway 80, Emeryville Mudflats (Photo #2)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry themed Driftwood Sculptures on Highway 80, Emeryville Mudflats (Photo #3)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jewry themed Driftwood Sculptures on Highway 80, Emeryville Mudflats (Photo #4)1983
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Digital image Soviet Jews in front of the Moscow Choral Synagogue wearing yellow Stars of David in memory of the Holocaust victims and in defiance of Soviet state-sanctioned Antisemitismundated
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Digital image Soviet Jews led away for interrogation by KGB during protest demonstration1988 May
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Digital image Soviet labor camp daily food rationundated
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Digital image Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry "Run for Freedom" Event at Columbia University Library (5 digital images)1982, 1985
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Digital image Symbolic chains and locks; Rabbinic Action in front of Soviet Consulate, San Francisco, May 1, 19851985 May 1
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Digital image Tsitlionok, Boris (26 digital images)undated
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Digital image Tufeld, Igor and Natasha wedding in Israel, Rabbi holds a photo of the groom's parents, Refuseniks Vladimir and Izolde Tufeld, detained in the Soviet Unionundated
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Digital image Ukranian Jews celebrate Purim in Kievundated
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Digital image Ukranian-Jewish demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #1)1981 September 13
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Digital image Ukranian-Jewish demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #2)1981 September 13
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Digital image Ukranian-Jewish demonstration in front of the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco (Photo #3)1981 September 13
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Digital image Union of Councils for Soviet Jewry conference in Jerusalem—Regina Waldman, Judith Matthews and Menachem Beginundated
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Digital image Union of Councils for Soviet Jewry mid-year conference in San Francisco1979 March
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Digital image Union of Councils for Soviet Jews annual meeting 1984 (Photo #1)1984
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Digital image Union of Councils for Soviet Jews annual meeting 1984 (Photo #2)1984
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Digital image Union of Councils for Soviet Jews annual meeting 1984 (Photo #3)1984
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Digital image Union of Councils for Soviet Jews annual meeting 1984—Former Refuseniks demonstrate for the release of their separated families (Photo #1)1984
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Digital image Union of Councils for Soviet Jews annual meeting 1984—Former Refuseniks demonstrate for the release of their separated families (Photo #2)1984
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Digital image Victor Tsitlionok, brother of the Prisoner of Conscience Boris Tsitlionok, on hunger strike demanding his brother's releaseundated
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Digital image Vigil for Soviet Jewry Rev. John Steinbruck, Father Robert Drinan and Morey Shapira, president of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews1984
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Digital image Vladimir Slepak in Siberian exileundated
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Digital image Wife and daughter of the Refusenik Ilya Tsitovsky followed by two KGB agents on a Moscow streetundated
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Digital image Yiddish writers including Peretz Markish, who was secretly executed on the orders of Stalin on the night of 12-13 of August 1952, known as the Night of the Murdered Poetsundated
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Digital image Young Soviet Jewry Movement activists Lenny and Steve Newmanundated
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Digital image Zalmanson, Silva (47 digital images)undated
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Digital image Zoya Leybin reunited with her daughter Ivetta1983 December 13
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