Guide to the Records of Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews and Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal
undated, 1952, 1954-1999

I-505*, I-505A*

Processed by Harvey N. Gardiner and Andrey Filimonov

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Machine-readable finding aid for Part 1 of the collection (I-505) was created by Andrey Filimonov as MS Word document, December 2010. Part 2 of the collection (I-505A) was processed in 2013-2014, and the final finding aid was encoded by Andrey Filimonov, September 2014. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews
Creator: Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal
Title: Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews and Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal records
Dates:undated, 1952, 1954-1999
Abstract: The collection documents the activities of a human rights non-government organization on behalf of Soviet Jewry and Jews in the Former Soviet Union. Organized by Harold Light in San Francisco in 1967, the group worked to bring the Soviet Jewry issue to national and international attention. The collection contains correspondence, minutes, case files, publications, newspaper clippings, card files of Refuseniks, subject files, audio/visual materials, and information on other Soviet Jewry and interreligious organizations. Also included are materials relating to Soviet Jewish emigration, Cold War relations, the collapse of the Soviet Union, and human rights conditions in Russia and the former Soviet republics.
Languages: The collection is predominantly in English, with Russian and Hebrew.
Quantity: 320.9 linear feet, 231 bankers boxes, 1 manuscript box, 15 oversized boxes, 14 MAP folders, 5 film cans.
Identification: I-505*, I-505A*
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
Location: Located in AJHS New York, NY
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Historical Note
BACSJ office at work, Summer 1978: Regina Waldman, Yale Sofios, Shirley Polanski, Noah Waldman, Dorothy Rosenthal and Lillian Foreman

BACSJ office at work, Summer 1978: Regina Waldman, Yale Sofios, Shirley Polanski, Noah Waldman, Dorothy Rosenthal and Lillian Foreman

The American Soviet Jewry Movement was initiated in the early 1960s, when the first public protests were made by American Jews against the suppression of Jewish religion and Jewish national culture in the Soviet Union. Though random and spontaneous initially, those actions started to attract attention of the mainstream Jewish community and incited creation of the organizations dedicated to the support of Soviet Jews. American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry (AJCSJ) and Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ) pioneered the movement in 1964. AJCSJ was largely considered as a think tank rather than a defense organization. Its methods emphasized leveraging with the Soviet authorities via the official channels. It proved dysfunctional due to the inner conflicts in tactics and strategy, and failure to secure support of the broader American Jewish community. AJCSJ was restructured and renamed the National Conference on Soviet Jewry in 1971. SSSJ was conceptually limited to working with college students and youth volunteers. A need was felt for a more strategically versatile and more community-oriented organization.

The widely publicized Leningrad Trial incident, in which 34 men and women were accused of hijacking a plane at the Leningrad airport in order to emigrate, prompted many American Jews to protest against the injustices of the Soviet regime, and gave rise to a multitude of grassroots Soviet Jewry Movement organizations.

A network of the Soviet Jewry Movement organizations was created in 1970 by, most notably, Louis Rosenblum of the Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism, Si Frumkin of the Union of Council for Soviet Jews, Zev Yaroslavsky of the California Students for Soviet Jews and the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews.

The Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews (BACSJ) was founded in 1967 by four activists, Harold (Hal) B. Light, Edward Tamler, Sidney Kluger, and Rabbi Moris Hershman. Under the direction of Hal Light, the BACSJ became one of the leading organizations in the Soviet Jewry rescue movement nationwide. Born in Philadelphia in 1916, Light was educated as a mechanical engineer and moved to San Francisco in 1941 where he became a successful businessman and real estate investor. In 1965, after selling his businesses at the age of 49, he devoted his attention to the Civil Rights movement, becoming chairman of the Parents Mississippi Association of Northern California and coordinating aid for Civil Rights workers. In 1966, however, Light's interests turned toward the plight of Soviet Jewry after he heard a speech at Temple Sherith Israel in San Francisco. Following this speech, Light began the first efforts to organize a grass roots political movement on behalf of co-religionists in the Soviet Union.

The BACSJ and the Soviet Jewry movement received considerable impetus following the 1967 Six-Day Arab-Israeli War. The Israeli victory produced a movement among Soviet Jews to demand freedom of religion and the right to emigrate to Israel. To raise public awareness, Light wrote articles for newspapers, gave addresses and lectures, and appeared on numerous radio and television programs. While Light's initial efforts met with disbelief from audiences, they later gained a following and increasing publicity. In 1969, Light began writing and sending Passover cards to Soviet Jews under the pseudonym, Gerson Lazar. The purpose was to establish contact, offer spiritual and financial assistance, and determine the problems of Soviet Jewry. His aggressive tactics, however, earned the enmity of some major Jewish groups, which advocated quiet diplomacy. While these organizations gave the BACSJ tacit moral support, they refused to lend it financial assistance. As a result, for the first two years Light funded the organization with $40,000 out of his own savings.

Following 1967, other Soviet Jewry councils were established across the country as the movement gained increasing momentum. In 1970, several councils, including the BACSJ, formed the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews to bring the various autonomous groups under one umbrella organization. As the councils and other Jewish and interreligious groups lobbied Congress and the White House to link Detente with the rights of Soviet Jews to emigrate, the cause soon became a prominent issue in American-Soviet relations. With Soviet Jewry now an international issue and despite the opposition of several major local Jewish organizations, the BACSJ continued to campaign aggressively and publicly on behalf of Soviet Jewry. The organization used public sporting events, visits by Soviet dignitaries, Soviet ballet performances, and other political and cultural events to stage vigils and protests. They carried out similar activities at the Soviet Consulate in San Francisco.

The efforts of the BACSJ and other groups proved to be a major impetus behind passage of the 1974 Jackson-Vanik Amendment, which linked the granting of Most Favored Nation trading status to the Soviet Union with the easing of emigration policies. Additionally, the BACSJ helped to marshal support among many in Congress to press the cases of dozens of individual Refuseniks. The Soviets, however, attacked the Jackson-Vanik Amendment as an unreasonable interference in their internal domestic affairs and subsequently dramatically limited Jewish emigration. Nevertheless in 1975 the Soviet Jewry movement was bolstered following the signing of the Helsinki Accords, which sought to lower international tensions by finalizing post World War II borders in Europe in return for human rights guarantees. The Accords also established the right of freedom of movement and emigration. Although the Accords were not legally binding and focused primarily on security and cooperation between East and West, the agreements proved pivotal in fueling the human rights movement that would later sweep the Soviet Union.

Despite the signing of the Accords, the Soviets continued their oppression of Soviet Jews and the imprisonment of dissidents in labor camps and psychiatric hospitals. The number of Jewish émigrés permitted to leave the Soviet Union paralleled the changing climate of Cold War relations with the United States. In 1979, emigration climbed to 51,320 but then plummeted to only 896 in 1984 as international tensions mounted. During this period, the BACSJ continued their domestic political activities on behalf of Soviet Jewry. In addition, BACSJ members visited the Soviet Union to investigate human rights conditions of Jews and to offer a wide range of support, including financial assistance, medical supplies, and equipment. They provided Soviet Jewry with cameras and film to document their plight, supplies for teaching Hebrew and Judaism, materials for demonstrations, as well as typewriters, and later, computers and printers, to list and keep track of thousands of Refuseniks, and to produce press releases for the Western Press.

With Gorbachev's ascendancy to power and the subsequent unraveling of the Soviet empire, conditions for Soviet Jews improved considerably. After 1988, the Soviets allowed the emigration of hundreds of thousands of Jews, and officially permitted the free expression and practice of religion. In the early 1990s, the dissolution of the Soviet Union was accompanied by a resurgence of Antisemitism, resurfacing of nationalist sentiments, and worsening economic conditions. Amidst this climate, the BACSJ, now known as Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal (BACJSRR), helped the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews to establish offices in the former republics to support the human rights of Jews and other religious and national minorities. These offices also act to monitor the move toward democratic pluralism in Russia and the former Soviet Republics.

References

BACSJ Mission Statement, November 1989 Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews and Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal, Records, I-505, Box 16/Folder 7, Collection of the American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY.

Beckerman, G. (2010). When they come for us, we'll be gone: The epic struggle to save Soviet Jewry. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Feingold, H. (2007). "Silent no more": Saving the Jews of Russia, the American Jewish effort, 1967-1989. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press.

Lazin, F. (2005). The struggle for Soviet Jewry in American politics: Israel versus the American Jewish establishment. Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books.

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Scope and Content Note

The records document the founding, development, operations, campaigns, and activities of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews (BACSJ) and Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal (BACJRR) on behalf of Soviet Jewry and Jews in the Former Soviet States. While pertaining to the activities of the BACSJ, the materials also contain considerable documentation on Soviet repressive policies regarding freedom of emigration and religion for Soviet Jewry. In addition, the materials provide insight into the Soviet Jewry movement as a whole, which involved numerous domestic and foreign organizations that forced the issue onto the international stage.

Part 1 of the collection contains the records of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews from its inception in 1967 until the dissolution of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s. The bulk of Part 1 dates in the 1970s.

Part 2 of the collection represents the records of the Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal, a post-Soviet incarnation of BACSJ that operated through the 1990s. BACSJRR evidently largely continued using the files generated by BACSJ before the dissolution of the USSR in 1991, thus the bulk of Part 2 dates in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

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Arrangement

Part 1 of the collection is arranged into six series as follows:

Part 2 of the collection is arranged into four series as follows:

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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.

Use Restrictions

Information concerning the literary rights may be obtained from the Executive Director 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, NY, 10011
email:reference@ajhs.org

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Related Material

The Records of Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews and Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal is one individual collection within 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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Provenance

The records were donated by the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2007, in two parts. The collection also includes an earlier accession by AJHS of several pamphlets and newsletters by the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, previously accessible at the American Jewish Historical Society as Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews Records under the call number I-350.

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews and Bay Area Council for Jewish Rescue and Renewal records; I-505*, I-505A*; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY, and Boston, MA.

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Processing Information

Part 1 of the collection was partially processed at the University of Colorado at Boulder, by Harvey N. Gardiner. Part 1 was reprocessed by Andrey Filimonov in 2010. Part 2 processed in 2013-2014, and the final EAD Finding Aid was created by Andrey Filimonov in September 2014.

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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.

 

Part 1, Series I: Harold Light Files, undated, 1956, 1964-1976, 1981

English, Russian.
Boxes 1-10.
Arrangement:

By subject.

Scope and Content:

Series I is arranged into two subseries:
Subseries A: Personal Files, undated, 1964-1975
Subseries B: BACSJ Organizational Files, undated, 1956, 1964-1976, 1981

Subseries A: Personal Files, undated, 1964-1975

English, Russian and Hebrew.
Boxes 1-3.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

Harold Light's personal files include business and civil rights materials concerning his activities before his involvement in the Soviet Jewry cause. As a leading figure in the Bay Area Council and in the movement nationally, Light accumulated important materials on the incipient struggle on behalf of Soviet Jewry. The degree that the rescue movement succeeded as a political cause was later reflected at international conferences and summits.

BoxFolderTitleDate
1 1 Biographical Materials 1969, 1971-1972, 1974
1 2 Articles by and Letters to the Editor 1968-1971
1 3 Articles by and Letters to the Editor 1972-1973
1 4 Articles by and Letters to the Editor 1974
1 5 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Chico and Oroville Properties 1966-1967
1 6 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Freeways and Highways Departments 1965
1 7 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Fresno, CA 1966
1 8 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—General 1966
1 9 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—General 1966-1968
1 10 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Light Soda 1967
1 11 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Marin, Sonoma, Santa Rosa, etc. 1965-1966
1 12 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Modesto, CA 1965-1966
1 13 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Oil Company Offices undated
1 14 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—"SACTO Lots, etc." (Sacramento, CA) undated, 1965-1966
1 15 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Shell Oil 1967
1 16 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Spivak-Bollinger C. Sacramento, CA 1966
1 17 Business Affairs (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Texaco Deal Redding, CA 1967
1 18 Civil Rights (Unrelated to BACSJ)—"Chicago Conf.” 1967
1 19 Civil Rights (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1964-1967
1 20 Civil Rights (Unrelated to BACSJ)—Light, Harold—Statement at Hearings for Nomination of James P. Coleman July 1965
1 21 Civil Rights (Unrelated to BACSJ)—McMahan, Ian D., The Negro In White Suburbia (N.Y.: Freedom of Residence Foundation, Inc.) undated
1 22 Correspondence—Generall 1967
1 23 Correspondence—Generall 1968
BoxFolderTitleDate
2 1 Correspondence—Generall 1968
2 2 Correspondence—Generall 1969
2 3 Correspondence—Generall 1969
2 4 Correspondence—Generall 1970
2 5 Correspondence—Generall 1970
2 6 Correspondence—Generall 1971
2 7 Correspondence—Generall 1972
2 8 Correspondence—Generall 1973
2 9 Correspondence—Generall 1974
2 10 Correspondence—Gerson, Lazar (Name Used by Harold Light in Correspondence to Soviet Jews), Sample Letter and Instructions On How To Respond to the Letters Received in Return undated
2 11 Correspondence of Gerson Lazar With Jews in Soviet Union (Contains Russian and Hebrew) 1969-1970
2 12 Correspondence of Gerson Lazar With Jews in Soviet Union (Contains Russian and Hebrew) 1971-1973
2 13 Correspondence To Gerson Lazar With Jews in Vilnius, Lithuania, 1969-1970 (Contains Russian and Hebrew) 1969-1970
2 14 Death of Harold Light, September 10, 1974—BACSJ Correspondence Re.: Death of Harold Light 1974
2 15 Death of Harold Light, September 10, 1974—California State Assembly—Memorial Resolution October 17, 1974
2 16 Death of Harold Light, September 10, 1974—Editorials, Newspaper Clippings Re.: Death of Harold Light 1974
2 17 Death of Harold Light, September 10, 1974—Harold Light Soviet Jewry Collection—Dedication at San Francisco Public Library (Includes Guestbook) September 1975
2 18 Death of Harold Light, September 10, 1974—Letters of Condolence to Mrs. Selma Light 1974
2 19 Death of Harold Light, September 10, 1974—Tribute to Harold Light in San Francisco, CA December 1, 1974
2 20 General 1966-1968
2 21 General 1969-1971
2 22 General 1973
2 23 Light, Kenneth Mark undated, 1965-1966
2 24 Monthly Planner 1968
2 25 Notes (Handwritten) 1960s
2 26 Notes (Handwritten) 1960s
2 27 Notes (Handwritten) 1960s
BoxFolderTitleDate
3 1 Notes (Handwritten) 1960s
3 2 Notes (Handwritten) 1970
3 3 Notes (Handwritten) 1971
3 4 Personal 1969
3 5 Speech Requests/Correspondence 1968-1975

Subseries B: BACSJ Organizational Files, undated, 1956, 1964-1976, 1981

English.
Boxes 3-10.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

The BACSJ Organizational Files comprise Light's correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, and various other materials regarding the early operations and campaigns of the Bay Area Council.

BoxFolderTitleDate
3 6 Accounts Receivable, 1971
3 7 Action-Central for Soviet Jews, Cleveland, OH 1974
3 8 Action Committee of Newcomers From the Soviet Union, Givataim, Israel—Collection of News Letters and Bulletins on Soviet Jewry 1970, 1972
3 9 Action Committee of Newcomers From the Soviet Union, Givataim, Israel—Correspondence—Generall 1971
3 10 Action Committee of Newcomers From the Soviet Union, Givataim, Israel—Correspondence—Generall 1972
3 11 Action File, 1968
3 12 Actors, undated 1969-1975
3 13 Advertisements by BACSJ 1972-1973
3 14 Al Tidom Association, Inc. N.Y.—Request For Appearance by Batya Mayslik-Barg in Bay Area 1971
3 15 Al Tidom—We Dare Not Be Silent! by Rabbi Harry Bronstein—Newspaper Clippings 1970
3 16 Alexandrovich, Ruth 1971
3 17 Allen, David and Allston, Fred—A Visit With the Dissenters 1974
3 18 Alper, Joshua—Soviet Jewry Medallion Designs 1971
3 19 Amalrik, Andrei A. The Fall of the Soviet Empire, Atlas, February 1970
3 20 American Federation for Soviet Jews, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1971
3 21 American Federation for Soviet Jews, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1972
3 22 American Federation for Soviet Jews, N.Y.—National Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y. October 22-25, 1971
3 23 American Jewish Committee Chicago, IL Soviet Jewry. A Report to the Community 1973
3 24 American Jewish Committee, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1968, 1970
3 25 American Jewish Committee, N.Y.—San Francisco Chapter (Includes Membership List) 1970-1971
3 26 American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews—Moshe Decter—Redemption! Jewish Freedom Letters From Russia May 1970
3 27 American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1966-1967
3 28 American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1968
3 29 American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1969
3 30 American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1970
3 31 American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1971
3 32 American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1972
3 33 American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Passover Poster 1969
3 34 American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Western Region Leadership Conference on Soviet Jewry, San Francisco, CA May 16-17, 1970
3 35 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—AJC Missives 1970-1971
3 36 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Briefing Kit for Travelers to the USSR 1972
3 37 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Commission of Inquiry on the Rights of Soviet Jews, N.Y. 1971
3 38 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Congress Bi-Weekly (Incomplete) 1966-1973
BoxFolderTitleDate
4 1 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1967-1969
4 2 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1970
4 3 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1971
4 4 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1973
4 5 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Goodman, Jerry, Will the Soviet 'Revive' Jewish Culture? March 1971
4 6 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—National Biennial Convention, Washington, D.C. May 20-24, 1970
4 7 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—News 1970-1973, 1975
4 8 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Northern California Division 1969-1973
4 9 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—Report of the Executive Director 1970-1971
4 10 American Jewish Congress, N.Y.—World Conference of Jewish Communities on Soviet Jewry Brussels, Belgium, February 23-25, 1972
4 11 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, N.Y. 1972-1973, 1975
4 12 American Russian Institute, San Francisco 1968
4 13 Anti-Communist Groups 1970-1974
4 14 Anti-Dissent Legislation in Washington 1967
4 15 Antisemitism Publicity, undated 1967
4 16 Anti-Soviet March on Washington, News Clip August 1970
4 17 Articles We Created—Newspaper Clippings About Harold Light and BACSJ 1969
4 18 Athletes, undated 1973-1974
4 19 Banners and Signs undated, 1971
4 20 Baptists in Soviet Union 1973-1974
4 21 Bay Area American Israel Public Affairs Committee, SF 1968
4 22 Bay Area Writers Group—Correspondence—Generall 1974
4 23 Bay Area Writers Group—Support for Solzhenitsyn 1974
4 24 Bay Area Youth Conference on Soviet Jewry 1967
4 25 Benefit Ideas 1968
4 26 Benefit Ideas—Songs undated
4 27 Berkeley and Stanford Contacts 1973
4 28 Bershadskaya, Lyuba, Tour by 1970-1971
4 29 Bibliography 1967-1971
4 30 Bikel, Theodore 1969
4 31 Black Movement 1972
4 32 B'nai B'rith, Anti-Defamation League 1971
4 33 B'nai B'rith, Brooklyn College—Hillel Gate, v.1, n.1 October 9, 1969
4 34 B'nai B'rith—Correspondence—Generall (Includes William Wexler Correspondence) 1969-1972
4 35 Jewish Defense League—Correspondence—Generall (Includes Harold Light Memo Re.: Jews For Jesus) 1971-1973
4 36 Jewish Defense League—Newspaper Clippings 1970
4 37 B'nai B'rith, Saypol, Judyth R., Campus Action for Soviet Jewry 1972
4 38 Bnai Yiddish Literary Group, Philadelphia, PA 1968
4 39 Bolshoi Ballet—BACSJ Open Letter Welcoming Bolshoi and Strategy for Approaching Media undated, 1966, 1968
4 40 Bolshoi Ballet—Correspondence—Generall 1974-1975
4 41 Bolshoi Ballet—Newspaper Clippings, Letter to Newsweek from Harold Light and Comments by Earl Raab 1970
4 42 Boycotts 1971-1974
4 43 Brandeis Camp Institute, Brandeis, CA 1967, 1970
4 44 Brandeis Day School undated
4 45 Brezhnev, Leonid—Welcome Mr. Brezhnev Demonstration June 24, 1973
4 46 British Communist Party—Memorandum on the Position of the Jews in the Soviet Union 1966
4 47 Buckley, Sen. James L. 1971-1976
4 48 Bumper Stickers, Posters and (1) Button undated
4 49 California Students for Soviet Jews—Correspondence—Generall 1968, 1970-1973
4 50 California Students for Soviet Jews—Yaroslavsky, Zev, Articles By, undated, 1969-1970, 1972, 1981
4 51 Carson, Johnny 1971
4 52 Cartoons 1972-1973
4 53 Center for Russian Jewry, N.Y. (Includes New York Times Ad) 1967-1969
4 54 Chicago Board of Rabbis 1969
4 55 Children of Prisoners and the Refused (Includes a Partial List) 1973-1974
4 56 Christian Press—Harold Light Correspondence and Publications From 1971-1974
4 57 Christmas Card Projects—Project to Send Christmas Cards to the Soviet Ambassador 1969
4 58 Christmas Card Projects—Project to send Christmas Cards to Ambassador Dobrynin 1970
4 59 Citizen Exchange Corps, N.Y. 1970
4 60 Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism—Correspondence—Generall 1966-1969
4 61 Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism—Correspondence—Generall 1970-1971, 1973, 1975, 1980
4 62 Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism—Fact Sheet—Soviet Jewry 1968
4 63 Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism—Hear the Cry of the Oppressed Handbook for Community Action on Soviet Antisemitism (2nd ed.) 1966
4 64 Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism—Hear the Cry of the Oppressed Handbook for Community Action on Soviet Antisemitism (3rd ed.) 1970
BoxFolderTitleDate
5 1 Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism—Rosenblum, Dr. Louis, Biography of undated
5 2 Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism—Rosenblum, Dr. Louis, Correspondence 1970-1971
5 3 Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism—Rosenblum, Dr. Louis, Repression of Jews in the Soviet Union 1971
5 4 Coming Russians Cultural Pact 1970-1971
5 5 Committee for the Defense of Soviet Political Prisoners, N.Y. 1975
5 6 Community Council of Jewish Organizations, Chicago, IL—Committee on Soviet Jewry 1973-1974
5 7 Confidential—Harold Light Correspondence 1969-1971
5 8 Confrontation, Boycotts, Political Pressure, Letters to Soviet Jews on a Steady Basis, Christians 1970-1971
5 9 Cosmonauts—visit to San Francisco, CA, Harold Light on How BACSJ Will Handle the Visit and Newspaper Clippings 1969
5 10 Council of Concern for Soviet Jewry Cleveland, OH 1967-1968
5 11 Cultural (Includes BACSJ on Using Appearances of Performing Artists From Soviet Bloc Countries to get Message About Soviet Jewry Out) 1969-1970
5 12 Cultural Events, Moiseyev Dance Co. Visit August 1974
5 13 Davis, Angela—Harold Light Proposed Exchanging Davis for Soviet Jews (Includes Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, etc.) 1970-1972
5 14 Demonstrations, Newspaper Clippings 1973-1974
5 15 Detente—Correspondence—Generall 1968-1976
5 16 Detente—Newspaper Clippings 1971-1974
5 17 Detente Soviet Style—Newspaper Clippings 1974
5 18 Doctors—List of 1974 (Includes a Bill to a Soviet Physician) 1976
5 19 Does Israel Want Them? 1971-1973
5 20 Doreinu (College Park, MD), v.2, n.2 October 1970
5 21 Duplicates File—Harold Light Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings About BACSJ and Various BACSJ Materials 1969-1974
5 22 Economists, Harold Light Correspondence 1973
5 23 Education Jewish Soviet Jewry 1969-1970
5 24 Educational Material 1972-1974
5 25 Ethnic Groups, (Includes Correspondence of Harold Light and Others) 1974
5 26 European Jewish Publications, Ltd., London, Jews In Eastern Europe, v.3, n.9—The USSR and the Middle East War November 1967
5 27 Faculties, Intellectuals 1968-1970
5 28 Feinberg, Rabbi Abraham—Guest Speaker at BACSJ Annual Meeting (Includes News Release) 1972
5 29 Fiddler On The Roof—Performances in 1970 and 1971 and Harold Light Letter on Covering 1971-1972
5 30 Film Making Photographers 1971-1975
5 31 Firstenberg, Harold S., Letter Sent to Congress, U.N., etc. Re.: Soviet Jews, File Contains Large Number of Replies from Members of Congress 1964
5 32 Focus on Soviet Jewry, London, Joel Lang, Editor 1970-1971
5 33 Food Parcels undated
5 34 Ford, President Gerald 1974
5 35 Foreign Countries, Harold Light Personal and Business 1956
5 36 Foreign Soviet Jewry Contacts, Considerable Correspondence and Materials, 1965-1974
5 37 Foundations 1972
5 38 Fourteen (14) Jews, Jewish Leaders Meet with Nixon, April 19, 1973; Harold Light Memos, etc., That They Must Voice Continued Support of Jackson-Vanik 1973
5 39 Freedom Songs 1970
5 40 Fundraising, Correspondence—Generall 1971-1974
5 41 Fundraising, General Ideas undated
5 42 Fur—Protesting sale of Russian Furs—Newspaper Clippings, Correspondence, etc. 1972-1973
5 43 Gallyot, Dorothy—Public Relations Press Release (Includes A Harold Light Letter 1971 Re.: Luba Bershadskaya Project and Clara Project) 1969-1971
BoxFolderTitleDate
6 1 Going to Russia, (Includes Harold Light Letter) 1973
6 2 Gold, Herbert, Articles By and Newspaper Clippings undated, 1974
6 3 Government Responses Re.: Plight of Soviet Jews 1971
6 4 Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry 1974
6 5 Greater Philadelphia Council for Soviet Jews undated
6 6 Hadassah—Correspondence—Generall (Includes Harold Light Correspondence) 1970-1971
6 7 Hadassah—San Francisco Chapter, Correspondence with Soviet Consulate 1974
6 8 Hal's Speech Stuff 1971
6 9 Hammer, Armand 1972, 1974
6 10 Handling Russian Artists, Actors Here 1969-1970
6 11 The Harsh Plight of the Soviet Jews, Time (Jan. 25, 1971) (Includes Letters to the Editor Re.: the Article) 1971
6 12 Hear the Cry of the Oppressed—Jewish Community of the Soviet Union, Tablet Dedication in Los Angeles January 7, 1968
6 13 Henning, Clara Maria—Catholic Women for Soviet Jews, San Francisco, CA 1971
6 14 Hermitage Art Show at Los Angeles County Art Museum December 1975
6 15 Hoppe, Arthur, Newspaper Clippings 1970
6 16 I.F. Stone's Bi-Weekly 1970-1971
6 17 Interfaith People 1969-1974
6 18 International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews, Inc. N.Y.—Brafman, Morris 1968-1974
6 19 International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews, Inc. N.Y.—The Case for Jewish National Repatriation 1968
6 20 International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews, Inc. N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1968
6 21 International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews, Inc. N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1969
6 22 International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews, Inc. N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1970
6 23 International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews, Inc. N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1971
6 24 International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews, Inc. N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1972
6 25 International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews, Inc. N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1973-1974
6 26 Israel 1969-1976
6 27 Israel and General Russian 1969-1970
6 28 Israel Correspondence 1969-1976
6 29 Israel Education Fund N.Y. 1970
6 30 Israel—Soviet Jews Leaving 1974
6 31 Iya, Leonid 1976
6 32 Jerusalem Fair in San Francisco, CA 1973
6 33 Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington—Undercover 1971-1973
6 34 Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland 1970
6 35 Jewish Community Priorities (A Voluntary Committee, Frank Kurtz, Chairman) 1973
6 36 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—By-Laws 1971
6 37 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1968-1970, 1972-1973
6 38 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—General 1969-1972
6 39 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—Soviet Jewry Activity. San Francisco 1967-1968
6 40 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—Soviet Jewry Activity 1968-1969
6 41 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—Soviet Jewry Backgrounder May 1970
6 42 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—Soviet Jewry Committee Correspondence—Generall 1968
6 43 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—Soviet Jewry Committee Correspondence—Generall 1969
6 44 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—Soviet Jewry Committee Correspondence—Generall 1970-1976
6 45 Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, CA—Lerner, Leopold What Hope for Russian Jewry September 1959
6 46 Jewish Education Committee, N.Y., New York Times Ads 1967
6 47 Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles—Commission on Soviet Jewry 1969
6 48 Jewish Radicals 1969-1970
6 49 Jewish Welfare Federation (JWF), San Francisco, CA—BACSJ Budget Requests (Includes 1974 BACSJ Annual Report) 1974
6 50 Jewish Welfare Federation (JWF), San Francisco, CA—General 1970
6 51 Jewish Welfare Federation (JWF), San Francisco, CA—Report on the JWF of San Francisco, CA and Its Role in Promoting Antisemitism in California March 1973
6 52 UJA Case (United Jewish Appeal) 1972
6 53 Jews For Jesus—Correspondence—Generall 1972-1973
6 54 Jews—Other Countries—Newspaper Clippings 1970
6 55 Kahn, Doug 1971-1972
6 56 Kallah (Includes Correspondence With Abe Bayer of American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, Correspondence in Russian) 1970-1971
6 57 Kamins, Bernard F.—Public Relations-Advertising Consultants 1968-1971
6 58 Kazakov, Yasha Interviewed in Israel by Geula Cohen Re.—Plight of Soviet Jews and Visit With Dov Sperling to San Francisco, CA 1969
6 59 King, Dr. Martin Luther, Address, Dec. 11, 1966 Re.—Jews in Russia 1966
6 60 Kissinger, Henry 1974
6 61 Koch, Rep. Ed, Soviet Jews Relief Act of 1971 and Responses, (Includes Correspondence Of Congressmen and Harold Light) 1971
BoxFolderTitleDate
7 1 Koch, Rep. Ed, Soviet Jews Relief Act of 1971 and Responses, (Includes Correspondence Of Congressmen and Harold Light) 1971
7 2 Kochubiyevsky, Boris I. 1969
7 3 Labor 1971-1975
7 4 Letters—National Organizations 1970-1976
7 5 Letters to Rabbis, Letter written by Dr. Edward Tamler undated
7 6 Letters to the Editor—Harold Light's and Others 1970-1976
7 7 Libertarian Party of California, Resolution for Solzhenitsyn and Sakharov undated
7 8 Lists—Names and Organizations 1969
7 9 Lists of People Re—Camp Brandeis and Sherut La'am 1966-1967
7 10 MACK Trucks, Inc. (Includes Harold Light Correspondence) 1971
7 11 Magazines/Newspapers, Lists, etc. 1969-1970
7 12 Mailgrams 1975
7 13 Mailing Lists undated
7 14 Mass Communications, International Seminar on London June 26-July 23, 1972
7 15 Master List of Jews Wanting to Leave Soviet Union for Israel 1971
7 16 Masters of BACSJ News From, etc. 1972
7 17 Meltzer, Ira (Includes Memorandum on Behalf of the Jewish Artist Mission. A Proposal to Aid Soviet Jewry) 1973
7 18 Members 1969-1970
7 19 Memory Funds, Donations In Memory and Honor of 1971-1974, 1976
7 20 Mirelman, Jose—International Conference for the Repatriation of Russian Jews Geneva, Switzerland 1970-1971
7 21 Miscellaneous Activists 1971-1972
7 22 Miscellaneous Articles, Correspondence and Info 1970-1972
7 23 Miscellaneous—Correspondence 1973
7 24 Miscellaneous Newsletters 1971-1973
7 25 Miscellaneous Pending 1975
7 26 Misrach, Bob 1971-1972
7 27 Moiseyev Dance Company Tour 1970
7 28 Money Projects 1970
7 29 Monitoring Soviet Union for Non-Compliance With Jackson Amendment (Includes Information From Genya Intrator and BACSJ Current Information Bulletins) 1974-1975
7 30 Moscow Symposium on Jewish Culture and Bay Area Conference on Soviet Jewish Culture 1976
7 31 Moscow Summit June 1972
7 32 Most Favored Nation 1972-1973
7 33 Musicians 1971, 1973-1974
7 34 NAPA (Network Against Psychiatric Assault), San Francisco, CA 1975
7 35 National Center for Jewish Policy Studies, Washington, D.C. (Includes Rating Of the United States Senate and Memorandum on East-West Trade) 1972
7 36 National Community Relations Advisory Council, N.Y.—Conducting Protest Activities Against Soviet Anti-Semitism 1966
7 37 National Community Relations Advisory Council, N.Y.—For Soviet Jewry. Guidelines for Community Action September 1967
7 38 National Council for Jewish Education, Jewish Education, v.39, n.3 July 1969
7 39 National Council of Jewish Women, N.Y. 1970
7 40 National interreligious Task Force on Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL 1974
7 41 New York Conference on Soviet Jewry 1969
7 42 New York Coordinating Committee for Soviet Jewry 1968
7 43 New Young Adults—BACSJ Project 1970-1971
7 44 Niagara Frontier Council for Soviet Jewry, Buffalo, NY 1973
7 45 Nixon, President Richard M.—Visit to USSR 1972, General (Includes BACSJ Telegrams to and News Releases) 1971-1972
7 46 Nixon-Gromyko Meeting October 22, 1970
7 47 Non-Jewish and Interfaith 1969-1971
7 48 North American Jewish Youth Council, N.Y.—Conference on Soviet Jewry Chicago, IL February 2-3, 1969
7 49 North American Jewish Youth Council, N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1970
7 50 North American Jewish Youth Council, N.Y.—Newsletter 1968-1969
7 51 Northern California Committee for Soviet Jewry, Berkeley, CA 1968
7 52 Other Fronts (Includes Correspondence, Open Letter From Harold Light and Newspaper Clippings) 1973-1974
7 53 Out of Town Contacts—Newspaper Clippings 1971-1972
7 54 Palantnik, Raiza 1971-1972
7 55 Passover Cards and Posters—Correspondence—Generall 1969-1971
BoxFolderTitleDate
8 1 Passover Cards and Posters—Correspondence Received from Moscow in Response to 1970
8 2 Passover Posters and Soviet Jewry Stamps, Sales of 1969
8 3 Pepsi Co. Boycott 1972-1973
8 4 Petitions, Campaigns 1968-1975
8 5 Petitions Signed By Russian Jews (Includes Harold Light Correspondence, BACSJ New Release, Lists of Jews Appealing for Exit Visas, etc.) 1970-1971
8 6 Phoenix Jewish Federation 1973
8 7 Picket Law—Effort to Limit Picketing Near Foreign Consulates, etc. (Includes Harold Light Statement to San Francisco, CA Board of Supervisors) May 10, 1973
8 8 Poems (Includes for Andrei Sakharov) 1975
8 9 Politicians—Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Materials From (Includes Harold Light Correspondence) 1968-1975
8 10 Possible Sponsors 1971-1973
8 11 Postage Meter Stamps—Examples of Saying Remember Soviet Jewry, etc. 1970-1973
8 12 Poupko, Rabbi B.A. 1970
8 13 P.R.—Harold Light's Public Appearances and Poster Sales 1968-1969
8 14 Pravada Articles (Translated) 1970
8 15 Press Contacts (Includes Harold Light and BACSJ Correspondence, News Release) 1968-1975
8 16 Prestige (Includes Harold Light Correspondence) 1965-1969
8 17 Projects for Young Adults 1971
8 18 Protest Oppression of the Jewish Community in the Soviet Union Poster undated
8 19 Protests—Newspaper Clippings (Includes San Francisco, CA) 1969-1970
8 20 Rabbis 1968-1973
8 21 Radio Liberty Committee Annual Report 1973-1974
8 22 Ransom Tax—Soviet Exit Fees 1972-1973
8 23 Red Cross 1971-1973
8 24 Rees, Rep.Thomas M. 1974
8 25 Reprint Items—Newspaper Clippings 1968-1970
8 26 Requests for Soviet Jewry Information 1970-1976
8 27 Resolutions on Soviet Jewry—Congress 1971-1972
8 28 Reznek, Dave 1970
8 29 Rockefeller, Gov. Nelson A.—Says Soviets will Free Jews 1972
8 30 Rosh Hashanah Cards to Soviet Union, Correspondence—Generall 1969
8 31 Rosh Hashanah Cards to Soviet Union, Correspondence—Generall 1969-1971
8 32 Rosh Hashanah Cards to Soviet Union, Correspondence—Generall (Includes the Card) 1970
8 33 Rosh Hashanah Cards to Soviet Union, Correspondence—Generall (Includes Harold Light Correspondence) 1970-1971
8 34 Rosh Hashanah Cards to Soviet Union, Correspondence—Generall, Orders for 1970
8 35 Rosh Hashanah Cards to Soviet Union, Responses to Gerson Lazar from Kharkov 1970
8 36 Rosh Hashanah Cards to Soviet Union, Responses to Gerson Lazar from Kiev 1969-1970
8 37 Rosh Hashanah Cards to Soviet Union, Responses to Gerson Lazar from Riga 1969-1970
8 38 Rosh Hashanah Cards to Soviet Union, Responses to Gerson Lazar from Tbilisi 1970
8 39 Rowan, Carl 1972
8 40 Rubin, Vitali 1974-1975
8 41 Russia—Authorities, Newspaper Clippings 1970
8 42 Russia—Personal Appeals (Includes Lists of Jews Who Have Applied to Emigrate) 1970
8 43 Russian Jews (Includes Harold Light Correspondence) 1969, 1973-1975
BoxFolderTitleDate
9 1 Russian Jews Protests 1971
9 2 Russian Orthodox Here 1974-1975
9 3 Russian Ships—Protest in San Francisco, CA 1970
9 4 Lists—Russian Jews, Confidential—Indicates Those Who Can be Approached Personally by Tourists 1969
9 5 Lists—Russian Jews, Confidential—Indicates Those Who Can be Approached Personally by Tourists 1969
9 6 Rustin, Bayard, Soviet Jews and the New Abolitionists June 30, 1971
9 7 The Ruthless Antisemitism in the Soviet Union—American Physicians Fellowship News March 1970
9 8 San Francisco Conference on Religion, Race and Social Concerns 1969
9 9 San Francisco Medical Society Directory 1975
9 10 San Francisco Symphony 1972-1973
9 11 Schroeter, Leonard W., Seattle, WA, Articles by 1972, 1974
9 12 Schroeter, Leonard W., Seattle, WA, Correspondence—Generall 1972-1974
9 13 Seattle Materials on Soviet Jewry 1970
9 14 Serramonte Bazaar September 24-25, 1971
9 15 Sherut La'am (Service for the People), N.Y.—Dr. Aryeh Nesher 1966-1967
9 16 Silver, Judy 1972
9 17 Simchat Torah 1968
9 18 Simchat Torah 1969
9 19 Soviet Jewry—Info—Newspaper Clippings 1969-1970
9 20 Soviet Jewry in Bay Area (Includes List of Immigrants Arrived in San Francisco, CA) 1973-1974
9 21 Soviet Jewry People Other Orgs. 1969-1975
9 22 Songs for Soviet Jewry undated
9 23 Soviet Artists 1973-1974
9 24 Soviet Consulate 1971-1974
9 25 Soviet Delegations 1973-1974
9 26 Soviet Jewry Action Committee, London 1974
9 27 Soviet Jewry Action Committee, North Hollywood, CA 1973
9 28 Soviet Jewry—Action—Youth 1969-1970
9 29 Soviet Jewry Memorabilia 1967
9 30 Soviet Jewry—Oratorical Contest undated, 1966
9 31 Soviet Jews in Israel 1973-1975
9 32 Soviet Jews Relief Act of 1971 (H.R.6699 and S.1872) (Includes Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings) 1971
9 33 Soviet Jews Seeking Exit—List of April 2, 1970
9 34 Soviet Jews to USA (Includes List of in Bay Area) 1974
9 35 Soviet Newsmen Picketed in San Francisco, CA and Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings 1970
9 36 Soviet People Out of Town, Key Contact Persons (Out of Town), the Correspondence (Includes Harold Light) 1968-1974
9 37 Soviet Sports Teams 1969, 1971
9 38 Sparer, Rabbi Malcolm—BACSJ Resolution Presented to AJ Congress in Washington, D.C. 1970
9 39 Speak Out for Soviet Jewry, Sigmund Stern Grove, San Francisco, CA 1968-1969
9 40 Speakers—Arrangements for 1969-1976
9 41 Speech Materials 1974
9 42 SST Boycott 1971
9 43 Statements Requesting Financial Assistance from Various Groups 1971-1975
9 44 Student Council for Soviet Jews, Downsview, Ontario 1972
9 45 Summer Project Have Guts, Will Travel—Doug Kahn Project to Coordinate Travel of College Students to Soviet Union 1972
9 46 Tax—Foreign Money, Soviet Tax on Foreign Funds 1975-1976
9 47 Teaching Units 1969-1970
9 48 Telegram Bank undated
9 49 Telegrams Sent To Various People 1969-1972
9 50 Telephone Calls 1972-1974
9 51 Temple Oheb Shalom, Baltimore—The Voice November 1968
9 52 Thank You Letters 1971-1976
9 53 To Call 1968
9 54 To Do (Includes Report on Soviet Jewry Workshop at the Working Assembly) 1970
BoxFolderTitleDate
10 1 Torah Story—Delivering an Ancient Torah to a Leningrad Synagogue 1971
10 2 Trip East 1969
10 3 Tzion, Ben, On the Jewish Question in the Soviet Union New York Times Magazine May 3, 1970
10 4 Undelivered Mail To Soviet Union 1975-1976
10 5 Union Expenses—UCSJ 1975
10 6 Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America Jewish Youth Monthly—Special Soviet Jewry Issue April 1970
10 7 USSR Photo Exhibition—1970 Exhibit of Russian Photos May 1970
10 8 United HIAS Service, N.Y. 1971-1973
10 9 United Jewish Community Centers, San Francisco, CA—Brotherhood Way Center 1968-1969
10 10 United States. Congress—Congressional Record 1970-1973
10 11 United States Catholic Conference 1972
10 12 U.S. Immigration (Includes Harold Light Correspondence) 1968-1973
10 13 U.S.-Soviet Accords (Includes Amnesty International and BACSJ Materials) 1973
10 14 Universal Declaration of Human Rights (18th Anniversary of) and Chanukah—Incomplete Script of Presentation undated
10 15 Upstate Council of Youth for Soviet Jewry Syracuse, NY 1969
10 16 Vanik Bill 1973
10 17 Vietnam—San Francisco, CA Peace March—Harold Light Letter to Wall Street Journal, Appearance on T.V. and Correspondence April 16, 1967
10 18 Volunteers 1972-1974
10 19 Wallach, Sara—Artist 1970-1974
10 20 Washington Post Case—UCSJ Washington Office, Financial Problems of and Other Unrelated Materials 1973
10 21 What To Do and What Can You Do 1970-1973
10 22 Weiss, Dr. David W.—Carnegie International Center Ad Hoc Committee on the Rights of Soviet Jews, Canadian Material, British Communist Party, Socialist Study Groups, Jewish Communists 1964-1967
10 23 Wolins, Mrs. Ray—Correspondence 1971
10 24 World Conference of Jewish Organizations (COJO) 1970
10 25 World Union of Jewish Students (WUJS) London 1973
10 26 Wright, Guy—Articles by Re.: John Rothmann and Harold Light in USSR 1969
10 27 Yoram 1968
10 28 Yorman Nechamiah 1968-1969
10 29 Young Americans for Freedom, Inc., Washington, D.C. 1971-1972
10 30 Youth Seminars 1968-1970
10 31 Youth Under College Age 1971
10 32 Unidentified 1969-1974
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Part 1, Series II: Organizational Files, undated, 1967-1993

English.
Boxes 10-44, 111-115, 122-124.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

The series contains materials on the activities, campaigns, and operations of the BACSJ. Although the files overlap the Harold Light materials, they relate exclusively to the BACSJ. Files include Refusenik case files, trip reports to the Soviet Union, protest materials, advertisements, minutes, correspondence, executive director files, BACSJ by-laws and constitution, fund raising files, briefing materials, articles, clippings, speeches, reports, photographs, other Jewish organization materials, information pertaining to interreligious groups, and a wide variety of other records. The series also includes a run of the BACSJ newsletter, Outcry, published from 1971 until 1993. The Refusenik case files contain particular significance in documenting Soviet repressive policies. A considerable amount of material relates to the celebrated cases of Anatoly Sharansky and Andrei Sakharov, both original founders and members of the Moscow Group, a dissident organization formed to monitor Soviet compliance with the human rights provisions of the 1975 Helsinki Accords. Most of this material, however, relates to lesser-known individuals who were denied exit visas, fired from their jobs, and subjected to official state harassment.

BoxFolderTitleDate
33 46 106 Baden St.—Lease Agreement 1976
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43 3 12 From the Soviet Underground 1989 (Includes Exhibit Catalog) 1989
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111 24 1991—The Year in Review for Soviet Jews 1991
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10 34 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1967
10 35 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1968
10 36 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1969
10 37 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1970
10 38 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1971
10 39 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1972
BoxFolderTitleDate
11 1 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1973
11 2 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1974
11 3 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1975
11 4 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1976
11 5 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1977
11 6 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1978
11 7 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1979
11 8 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1980
11 9 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1981
11 10 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1982
11 11 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1983
11 12 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1984
11 13 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1985
11 14 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1986
11 15 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1987
11 16 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1988
11 17 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1989
11 18 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1990
11 19 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1991
11 20 Activities and Projects of Newspaper Clippings About Events in the San Francisco Area and General Materials 1992
11 21 Activities and Projects, Miscellaneous (Includes BACSJ Materials on Soviet Psychiatric Misuse Plight of Refuseniks Discrimination in Education) undated
BoxFolderTitleDate
12 1 Activities and Projects Miscellaneous undated (Includes BACSJ Materials on Soviet Psychiatric Misuse Plight Of Refuseniks Discrimination In Education) undated
12 3 Adopt-A-Family Program—Adoptees of B'nai B'rith Girls—Debbie Apple 1977-1978
12 4 Adopt-A-Family Program—Adoptees of Jewish Federation of San Jose—David M. Altshuler 1978
12 5 Adopt-A-Family Program—Adoptees With Permission to Emigrate 1977
12 6 Adopt-A-Family Program—Adoption Plan Specific (Includes Correspondence From Soviet Union Some In Russian) 1972-1974
12 7 Adopt-A-Family Program—Biographical Info on Refuseniks 1979
12 8 Adopt-A-Family Program—Biographical Info on Refuseniks 1979
12 2 Adopt-A-Family Program—Brochure undated
12 9 Adopt-A-Family Program—Camp Arazim. San Francisco—Sander Stadtler 1978
12 10 Adopt-A-Family Program—Case Histories to be Sent to Subscribers 1981-1982
12 11 Adopt-A-Family Program—Correspondence—Generall 1972-1973
12 12 Adopt-A-Family Program—Correspondence—Generall 1972-1974
12 13 Adopt-A-Family Program—Correspondence—Generall 1977-1980
12 14 Adopt-A-Family Program—Correspondence—Generall 1977-1980
12 15 Adopt-A-Family Program—Correspondence—Generall 1978-1982
12 16 Adopt-A-Family Program—Correspondence—Generall 1984-1985
12 17 Adopt-A-Family Program—Data Bank undated
12 18 Adopt-A-Family Program—Letter Writing Instructions and Sample Letters undated
12 19 Adopt-A-Family Program—Letter Writing Instructions and Sample Letters undated
12 20 Adopt-A-Family Program—Letters Re.: Adopt-A-Family undated
12 21 Adopt-A-Family Program—List of Refuseniks Adopted as of September 25, 1983 1983
12 22 Adopt-A-Family Program—Make Up Profiles and Bring Up To Date 1980-1981
12 23 Adopt-A-Family Program—Money Sent To USSR 1972-1973
12 24 Adopt-A-Family Program—Money Sent To USSR 1972-1975
12 25 Adopt-A-Family Program—Profiles to be Sent to Subscribers 1982
12 27 Adopt-A-Family Program—Refuseniks—Photos From Jews In The USSR 1977-1984
12 26 Adopt-A-Family Program—Refuseniks Adopted by Hadassah Groups 1978
12 28 Adopt-A-Family Program—Refuseniks A-Z 1979-1980
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14 82 Adopt-A-Family Program—Senior Citizen Refuseniks 1978
14 83 Adopt-A-Family Program—Subscribers (Correspondence) 1979-1982
14 84 Adopt-A-Family Program—Teenagers (For Adoption) 1978-1981
14 85 Adopt-A-Family Program—Thank You Letters 1975
14 86 Adopt-A-Family Program—Update Info 1979-1981
14 87 Adopt-A-Family Program—Young Adult Division of Jewish Welfare Federation—Eve Obermeyer 1978
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12 29 Adopt-A-Family Program—Adamsky, Peter—Out
12 30 Adopt-A-Family Program—Abramovich, Yuri (Leningrad)—10/87 Permission
12 31 Adopt-A-Family Program—Agarkov, Boris (Leningrad)
12 32 Adopt-A-Family Program—Agaronov, Nataly
12 33 Adopt-A-Family Program—Agroskin, Ury—12/87 Permission
12 34 Adopt-A-Family Program—Alber, Solomon Y.
12 35 Adopt-A-Family Program—Aleksandrovskii, Lev—Received Permission Per UCSJ 9/89
12 36 Adopt-A-Family Program—Alexanyan, Dr. Vladimir
12 37 Adopt-A-Family Program—Amalrik, Adrei
12 38 Adopt-A-Family Program—Ambramovich, Pavel—7/20/87 Son Felix Received Permission. Permission 12/11/87
12 39 Adopt-A-Family Program—Arkipova, Alla
12 40 Adopt-A-Family Program—Ash, Semyon—4/1/87 Received Permission Per David Waksberg
12 41 Adopt-A-Family Program—Astrakhan, Paul—1/87 Received Permission Per UCSJ
12 42 Adopt-A-Family Program—Axelrod, Dr. Ernest—Out
12 43 Adopt-A-Family Program—Bachmutsky, Mikhail Alexandrovich—6/87 Permission
12 44 Adopt-A-Family Program—Bachmutsky, (Aisenberg) Sophia (Lvov)—6/87 in Israel (Includes Photo)
12 45 Adopt-A-Family Program—Baksar, Sofia (Leningrad)—1988 Permission Per Simovsky
12 46 Adopt-A-Family Program—Baumblit, Pesya (Mikhail deceased)—5/87 Out
12 47 Adopt-A-Family Program—Belaga, Dr. Edward—Dissident
12 48 Adopt-A-Family Program—Berkovich, Zigmund—Out
12 49 Adopt-A-Family Program—Blitshtein, Lev—2/87 Out Per UCSJ
12 50 Adopt-A-Family Program—Boguslavsky, Alexander—Out
12 51 Adopt-A-Family Program—Borisov, Vladimir—Out (Includes Photo)
12 52 Adopt-A-Family Program—Chechelnitsky, Anatoly—5/88 Permission Per UCSJ
12 53 Adopt-A-Family Program—Chudnovsky, Evgeny Mikhailovich—2/13/87 Received Permission Per UCSJ
12 54 Adopt-A-Family Program—Chudnovsky, Alexander (Leningrad)—1/22/88 Permission
12 55 Adopt-A-Family Program—Chudnovksy, Wolf (Includes Photo)
12 56 Adopt-A-Family Program—David-Zade, Vladimir, Volodia, Lilia, Zarita, Filana, Mikhail—8/85 Out 35's London Lives in Israel
12 57 Adopt-A-Family Program—Dubrovskaya, Dr.—Out
12 58 Adopt-A-Family Program—Efanov, Nikolay and Svetlana—8/87 Out Nat. Conference
12 59 Adopt-A-Family Program—Elbert, Mikhail
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13 1 Adopt-A-Family Program—Essas, Ilya—12/6/85 Out
13 2 Adopt-A-Family Program—Fabricant, Lev (Riga)
13 3 Adopt-A-Family Program—Falkovich, Nahum L.
13 4 Adopt-A-Family Program—Fedotov, Mikhail—6/16/80 Out Per Alert
13 5 Adopt-A-Family Program—Feigin, Alexander Zalmonovich—7/82 Left Per Carol Brotz
13 6 Adopt-A-Family Program—Finkelshtein, Eitan—Permission
13 7 Adopt-A-Family Program—Finkelstein, Salomon
13 8 Adopt-A-Family Program—Fishman, Yuri and Maya—Out (Includes Photo)
13 9 Adopt-A-Family Program—Fradkin, Danier—1/3/87 Received Permission Per UCSJ
13 10 Adopt-A-Family Program—Fradkova, Nadezhda—4/28/87 Received Permission Per Chicago
13 11 Adopt-A-Family Program—Glukhov, Semyon (Moscow)
13 12 Adopt-A-Family Program—Glazer, Ilya—3/78 Out JTA (Includes Photo)
13 13 Adopt-A-Family Program—Goldfarb, David (Moscow)—10/16/86 Out to U.S. Armand Hammer
13 14 Adopt-A-Family Program—Goman, Grigory—Out
13 15 Adopt-A-Family Program—Gorbis, Zinovy—5/87 Out Per Son Boris
13 16 Adopt-A-Family Program—Gorelik, Saul—Out
13 17 Adopt-A-Family Program—Groberman, Yankel—7/26/84 Out JUSSR Arrived 1/29/84
13 18 Adopt-A-Family Program—Grosz, Yosef—Out
13 19 Adopt-A-Family Program—Grubman, Emilia, Gennady and Irina—8/87 Permission Per National Conference
13 20 Adopt-A-Family Program—Gurevich, Boris—Out
13 21 Adopt-A-Family Program—Ilyashov, Semyon Iosifovich—Out
13 22 Adopt-A-Family Program—Kagan, Abram Meyerevich
13 23 Adopt-A-Family Program—Kaminsky, Valery—Out
13 24 Adopt-A-Family Program—Katz, Irina—Per 1988
13 25 Adopt-A-Family Program—Katz, Mark (Two Mark Katz Families In Leningrad)—6/8/87 Emigrated With Sons Yuri and Alex
13 26 Adopt-A-Family Program—Katz, Boris—11/29/78 Out
13 27 Adopt-A-Family Program—Katz, Mark (Leningrad)—6/87 Emigrated With Two Sons
13 28 Adopt-A-Family Program—Katz, Yakov—6/5/88 Permission SSSJ
13 29 Adopt-A-Family Program—Katz, Semeon—7/87 Permission Per David Waksberg
13 30 Adopt-A-Family Program—Kogan, Naum and Faina—6/87 Permission
13 31 Adopt-A-Family Program—Kogan, Mark—3/88 Emigrated Per UCSJ
13 32 Adopt-A-Family Program—Khayter, Mark—6/16/80 Out Per Alert
13 33 Adopt-A-Family Program—Koganova, Ludmilla—10/86 Out Boston Action
13 34 Adopt-A-Family Program—Kopelev, Lev—Out
13 35 Adopt-A-Family Program—Krigsman, Fridrikh—Out
13 36 Adopt-A-Family Program—Krivonos, Pavel Yosefovich—12/88 Per UCSJ
13 37 Adopt-A-Family Program—Lev, Sud—9/87 Permission
13 38 Adopt-A-Family Program—Levin, Issak—11/87 Permission Per UCSJ
13 39 Adopt-A-Family Program—Levin, Ilya—1/88
13 40 Adopt-A-Family Program—Levin, Svetlana Victorovna—8/26/81 Out Arrived In Israel Per JUSSR
13 41 Adopt-A-Family Program—Levin, Zakhary
13 42 Adopt-A-Family Program—Levinson, Semeon L.—Out
13 43 Adopt-A-Family Program—Mendzheritzky, Emil and Tzilya Raitburd—8/26/88 Emigrated UCSJ
13 44 Adopt-A-Family Program—Nadgorny, Eduard—10/9/88 Permission Per David Waksberg, Son Boris Emigrated 1988
13 45 Adopt-A-Family Program—Nabutovsky, Vladimir—9/87 Per
13 46 Adopt-A-Family Program—Orleansky, Efim S.—11/28/78 Out
13 47 Adopt-A-Family Program—Orshansky, Michael—3/88 Emigrated Per UCSJ
13 48 Adopt-A-Family Program—Osherov, Veniamin
13 49 Adopt-A-Family Program—Osnis, Marat—3/7/88 Permission Washington Committee
13 50 Adopt-A-Family Program—Palanker, Dimitri (Daniel) and Sarah—9/87 Permission
13 51 Adopt-A-Family Program—Palanker, Vili—9/87 Permission, Sons Received Permission Per Caucasus 8/24/87
13 52 Adopt-A-Family Program—Pechersky, Mark Iosifovich—Out (Includes Photo)
13 53 Adopt-A-Family Program—Pekar, Iosif Israelevich—12/87 Permission
13 54 Adopt-A-Family Program—Pekker, Leonid—6/15/88 Emigrated to Israel SSSJ
13 55 Adopt-A-Family Program—Pekker, Mark—11/29/78 Out
13 56 Adopt-A-Family Program—Pelakh, Victor—9/8/81 Out 35's
13 57 Adopt-A-Family Program—Polonsky, Mark—3/7/87 Out Per Israel Consulate, Los Angeles
13 58 Adopt-A-Family Program—Polonsky, Piotr (Peter)—6/87 Received Permission UCSJ
13 59 Adopt-A-Family Program—Poltinnikov, Isaak—2/1/79 Out
13 60 Adopt-A-Family Program—Praisman, Leonid—6/85 Permission Per June Daniels
13 61 Adopt-A-Family Program—Prestin, Vladimir—9/87 Permission
13 62 Adopt-A-Family Program—Priakhina, Irena—3/88 Emigrated Per UCSJ
13 63 Adopt-A-Family Program—Prober, Naum—12/87 Permission
13 64 Adopt-A-Family Program—Prutkov, Alexander
13 65 Adopt-A-Family Program—Raben, Dr. Anatoly—4/30/82 Out
13 66 Adopt-A-Family Program—Rabiner, Volko
13 67 Adopt-A-Family Program—Rabinov, Arkady—4/78 Out
13 68 Adopt-A-Family Program—Raiter, Zinaida and Samuel—Out
13 69 Adopt-A-Family Program—Rakovsky, Mark—6/28/88 Emigrated UCSJ
13 70 Adopt-A-Family Program—Rein, Geza—Out
13 71 Adopt-A-Family Program—Reinberg, Evgeny—Out
13 72 Adopt-A-Family Program—Resnick, Mark
13 73 Adopt-A-Family Program—Roisman, Alexander—Out
13 74 Adopt-A-Family Program—Romadenova, Leonid (Wife Dora)—2/27/78 Out
13 75 Adopt-A-Family Program—Roytenberg, Valentin and Alla—3/88 Emigrated Per UCSJ
13 76 Adopt-A-Family Program—Rubin, Vitaly—Out
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14 1 Adopt-A-Family Program—Rudin, Yakov—7/19/82 Received Permission Per David W.
14 2 Adopt-A-Family Program—Rukhin, Andre—Deceased
14 3 Adopt-A-Family Program—Rusinck, Alla—11/70 Out Israel
14 4 Adopt-A-Family Program—Salansky, Naum—Out
14 5 Adopt-A-Family Program—Saltanovich, Lev (Kishniev)—1/88 Per
14 6 Adopt-A-Family Program—Satanovsky, Evgeny
14 7 Adopt-A-Family Program—Schmidt, Valentina V.—6/87 Out
14 8 Adopt-A-Family Program—Schvartzman, Aba (Kishinev)
14 9 Adopt-A-Family Program—Schvartz, David—1/86 Out (Includes Photo)
14 10 Adopt-A-Family Program—Shalolashvill's, Itzak—Brother Betzalel Out 1/1/87 Per UCSJ. Do not Know About Itzak
14 11 Adopt-A-Family Program—Shein, Rozalia Gilmovna—Deceased
14 12 Adopt-A-Family Program—Shepelev, Mikhail—Out Israel
14 13 Adopt-A-Family Program—Shifrin, Alexander—8/4/80 Permission UCSJ
14 14 Adopt-A-Family Program—Shpeizman, Yuri—4/16/87 Received Permission Per NCSJ, Died in Vienna
14 15 Adopt-A-Family Program—Shtein, Moisey Davidovich, Musya (Mother), Anna (Daughter)—7/83 Died
14 16 Adopt-A-Family Program—Shumis, Gregory and Svetlana, San Francisco—1976 Family Of Got Out Inactive
14 17 Adopt-A-Family Program—Shwartsman, Yakov Solomonovic—Out
14 18 Adopt-A-Family Program—Slutsky, Lev—3/87 In Israel (Includes Photo)
14 19 Adopt-A-Family Program—Sinilnikov, Dimitry—2/23/78 Out
14 20 Adopt-A-Family Program—Smirnoff, Igor—11/16/87 Permission SEE Alievskaya, Irina Info Incorrect
14 21 Adopt-A-Family Program—Smolsky, Alexander—Out
14 22 Adopt-A-Family Program—Soifer, Valery N.—2/18/88 Out UCSJ
14 23 Adopt-A-Family Program—Soloveychik, David—1/87 Received Permission Per UCSJ
14 24 Adopt-A-Family Program—Soloveichik, Mazat—12/87 Permission
14 25 Adopt-A-Family Program—Solovey, Haime Yehudit—9/85 Out
14 26 Adopt-A-Family Program—Sorin, Valery (Moscow)—3/81 Out JUSSR
14 27 Adopt-A-Family Program—Sotnikova, Emma—10/1/77 Out
14 28 Adopt-A-Family Program—Speranskaya, Ina (Moscow)—12/87 Permission
14 29 Adopt-A-Family Program—Stachenko, Grigory—10/14/86 Out UCSJ
14 30 Adopt-A-Family Program—Stomatova, Alla Oskarovna
14 31 Adopt-A-Family Program—Strelchik, Boris (Includes Photo)
14 32 Adopt-A-Family Program—Stupinetsky, Yan—Out
14 33 Adopt-A-Family Program—Sukherman, Iosif—Out
14 34 Adopt-A-Family Program—Sverdlov, Alexander—3/88 Permission UCSJ
14 35 Adopt-A-Family Program—Talanker, Lev and Yuri—7/9/80 Received Permission Per JTA (Includes Photo)
14 36 Adopt-A-Family Program—Tarshis, Mark—6/87 Received Permission Per UCSJ
14 37 Adopt-A-Family Program—Taubin, Valerie—12/87 Permission
14 38 Adopt-A-Family Program—Tchudnovsky, Alexander—1/88 Permission
14 39 Adopt-A-Family Program—Tsarovtsev, Sasha—4/87 Received Permission Per Nash
14 40 Adopt-A-Family Program—Teplitsky, Boris, Permission, 12/87
14 41 Adopt-A-Family Program—Tsinober, Arkady Out 5/30/78
14 42 Adopt-A-Family Program—Tsipelson, Leonid—6/16/80 Out Per Alert
14 43 Adopt-A-Family Program—Tsitlonok, Boris—11/29/79 Out (Includes Photo)
14 44 Adopt-A-Family Program—Tsitovsky, Ilya—2/21/79 Out
14 45 Adopt-A-Family Program—Urasov, Andrei—1985 Out
14 46 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vail, Vladimir and Irina—10/26/82 Out Called From Vienna
14 47 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vainer, Grigory
14 48 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vainerman, Boris—2/87 Out Per UCSJ
14 49 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vaisblit, Ilya Mendelevich—1/22/88 UCSJ
14 50 Adopt-A-Family Program—Valov, Yuri and Lehrman, Sasha—Out
14 51 Adopt-A-Family Program—Varnavitsky, Israel—Out
14 52 Adopt-A-Family Program—Varak, Leonid and Liliana—11/88 Liliana Permission Emigrated 12/87
14 53 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vashchenko Family (Includes Photos)
14 54 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vasserman, Grigory—9/87 Permission UCSJ. Emigrated 6/28/88 UCSJ
14 55 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vekker, Boris—12/87 Permission
14 56 Adopt-A-Family Program—Verkovsky, Yuri and Anna—Out
14 57 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vilenskaya, Larissa—3/79 Out
14 58 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vilenskis, Wolf—7/21/83 Out JUSSR
14 59 Adopt-A-Family Program—Vladimov, Georgy
14 60 Adopt-A-Family Program—Voitovetsky, Moisei
14 61 Adopt-A-Family Program—Volovik, Aleksandr M.—Out
14 62 Adopt-A-Family Program—Wainezman, Boris
14 63 Adopt-A-Family Program—Wolf, Leonid—Out Deceased
14 64 Adopt-A-Family Program—Yagman, Lev—Out
14 65 Adopt-A-Family Program—Yanovsky, Roman
14 66 Adopt-A-Family Program—Yuriev, Eva—6/20/79 Out Alert
14 67 Adopt-A-Family Program—Yuzefovich, Leonid (Moscow)
14 68 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zaks, Ilya—Died
14 69 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zamansky, Yakov and Sarrah—1/3/83 Out Per Long Island
14 70 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zarkhina, Marina—11/87 Emigrated Per UCSJ
14 71 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zaslavsky, Pavel—1/26/90 Permission UCSJ
14 72 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zavurov, Amnun—10/1/82 Out National Conference
14 73 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zayezdny, Alexander and Rachel—Out
14 74 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zeliger, Leonid (Leningrad)—4/87 in Israel
14 75 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zharkov, Evgeny and Berta (Leningrad)—11/87 Emigrated
14 76 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zhitnitsky, Genrikh Davidovich—1987 Out Per Sister in San Francisco
14 77 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zilberman, Sarra
14 78 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zigelboim, Efim (Bella Zigelboim)—8/80 Out
14 79 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zlotver, Isaac—4/10/80 Died
14 80 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zubko, Stanislav—8/87 Out National Conference
14 81 Adopt-A-Family Program—Zundelevich, Boris—Out
14 88 Adopt-A-Prisoner Program—Case Histories undated
14 89 Adopt-A-Prisoner Program—Correspondence—Generall 1978
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15 1 Advertisements—By BACSJ and Others 1978-1983
15 2 Advertisements—By BACSJ and Others 1979-1983
15 3 Advertisements—By BACSJ and Others 1982-1982, 1986
15 4 An Evening in Greece—Ticket Sales March 5, 1978
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111 2 Annual Meeting February 4, 1990
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15 5 Annual Meetings 1968
15 6 Annual Meetings 1970
15 7 Annual Meetings 1972
15 8 Annual Meetings 1973
15 9 Annual Meetings 1974
15 10 Annual Meetings 1975, 1977
15 11 Annual Meetings 1978
15 12 Annual Meetings 1979
15 13 Annual Meetings 1980
15 14 Annual Meetings 1981
15 15 Annual Meetings 1982
15 16 Annual Meetings 1983
15 17 Annual Meetings 1984
15 18 Annual Meetings 1984
15 19 Annual Meetings 1984
15 20 Annual Meetings 1985
15 21 Annual Meetings 1986
15 22 Annual Meetings 1987
15 23 Annual Meetings 1988
15 24 Annual Meetings 1988
15 25 Annual Meetings 1989
15 26 Annual Meetings 1991, 1992
15 27 Annual Meetings 1993
15 28 Annual Report—1988—A Year of Promise and Uncertainty 1988
15 30 Antisemitism in the Russian Press 1991
15 32 Art Exhibition and Art Auction June 12, 1982
15 33 Art Scrapbook File 1976
15 34 Articles of Association 1987
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111 3 Babi Yar Commemoration October 1991
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15 35 BAC File—Master Copies Activities, Announcements, Info Sheets, Correspondence, and Newspaper Clippings, Materials From Other Soviet Jewry Groups 1971
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16 17 Background BACSJ (Includes Where the Money Goes, Fact Sheet—Soviet Anti-Semitism, etc.) undated
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15 36 BACSJ and the Soviet Coup 1991
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16 2 BACSJ Business Files (Includes Correspondence, Financial, Personnel, etc.) 1968-1985
16 3 BACSJ Business Files (Includes Correspondence, Financial, Personnel, etc.) 1985
16 4 BACSJ Business Files (Includes Correspondence, Financial, Personnel, etc.) 1986
16 5 BACSJ Business Files (Includes Correspondence, Financial, Personnel, etc.) 1987
16 6 BACSJ Exhibits File 1977-1978
16 7 BACSJ Mission Statement November 1989
16 8 BACSJ Mission To USSR April 18-May 2, 1990
16 9 BACSJ Objectives for Travel to USSR undated
16 10 BACSJ Packet Detailing Goals of the Group undated
16 11 BACSJ Political Strategy 1987
16 1 BACSJ Prior To 85 File—Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings About BACSJ, News Release, Materials From Other Soviet Jewry Groups 1967-1984
16 12 BACSJ Programs undated
16 13 BACSJ Questionnaire—blank 1987, 1989
16 14 BACSJ Russia Mission to St. Petersburg and Moscow June 1992
16 15 BACSJ undated File (Includes Correspondence) undated
16 16 BACSJ Video 1986
16 18 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning Packet 1986, 1990s
16 19 Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning With Soviet Jews (Includes Ceremony Suggestions) undated
16 22 Bar/Bat Mitzvah '85 File 1985
16 23 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1981-1983
16 24 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1982-1984
16 25 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1985
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17 1 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1986
17 2 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1987
17 3 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1987
17 4 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1988
17 5 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1989
17 6 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1990-1992
17 7 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1990-1992
17 8 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Correspondence—Generall 1993
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16 21 Bar/Bat Mitzvah Twinnings with Soviet Jews—Originally Part Of A Notebook (Includes List Of Names, Correspondence, etc.) 1982-1983
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11 33 Basic Guide to Soviet Jewry, A—Compiled by David A. Harris and David Geller 1986
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17 12 Benefits and Fundraising 1975
17 13 Benefits and Fundraising 1976
17 14 Benefits and Fundraising 1978
17 15 Benefits and Fundraising 1978
17 16 Benefits and Fundraising 1979
17 17 Benefits and Fundraising 1979
17 18 Benefits and Fundraising 1980
17 19 Benefits and Fundraising 1981
17 20 Benefits and Fundraising 1981
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18 1 Benefits and Fundraising 1982
18 2 Benefits and Fundraising 1982
18 3 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 4 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 5 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 6 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 7 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 8 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 9 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 10 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 11 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 12 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 13 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 14 Benefits and Fundraising 1983
18 15 Benefits and Fundraising 1984
18 16 Benefits and Fundraising 1984
18 17 Benefits and Fundraising 1985
18 18 Benefits and Fundraising 1985
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19 1 Benefits and Fundraising 1985
19 2 Benefits and Fundraising 1986
19 3 Benefits and Fundraising 1986
19 4 Benefits and Fundraising 1986
19 5 Benefits and Fundraising 1986
19 6 Benefits and Fundraising 1987
19 7 Benefits and Fundraising 1988
19 8 Benefits and Fundraising 1988
19 9 Benefits and Fundraising 1988
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17 11 Benefits and Fundraising—Where the Money Goes—Statements About Programs, etc. undated
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19 10 Billboard Ad 1973
19 11 Board of Directors—Board Development File—BACSJ Constitution and By-Laws, Correspondence, etc. 1985-1987
19 12 Board of Directors—Board Retreats June 14, 1987
19 13 Board of Directors—Board Retreats July 31, 1988
19 14 Board of Directors—Board Retreats June 3, 1990
19 15 Board of Directors—Mailings to Board of Directors 1984
19 16 Board of Directors—Mailings to Board of Directors 1985
19 17 Board of Directors—Mailings to Board of Directors 1986
19 18 Board of Directors—Mailings to Board of Directors 1987
19 19 Board of Directors—Mailings to Board of Directors 1988
19 20 Board of Directors—Mailings to Board of Directors 1989
19 21 Board of Directors—Mailings to Board of Directors 1990
19 22 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1968
19 23 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1969
19 24 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1970
19 25 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1971
19 26 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1973
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20 1 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1974
20 2 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1975
20 3 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1976
20 4 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1977
20 5 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1978
20 6 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1979
20 7 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1980
20 8 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1981
20 9 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1982
20 10 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1983
20 11 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1984
20 12 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. April 28, 1985
20 13 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. June 24, 1985
20 14 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. September 3, 1985
20 15 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. November 4, 1985
20 16 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. April 17, 1986
20 17 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. July 10, 1986
20 18 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. September 11, 1986
20 19 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. November 6, 1986
20 20 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1986-1987
20 21 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. March 17, 1987
20 22 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. May 19, 1987
20 23 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. July 21, 1987
20 24 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. September 29, 1987
20 25 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. November 17, 1987
20 26 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. 1988
20 27 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. June 14, 1988
20 28 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. August 23, 1988
20 29 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. October 24, 1988
20 30 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. December 6, 1988
20 31 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. February 2, 1989
20 32 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. May 16, 1989
20 33 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. June 22, 1989
20 34 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. August 24, 1989
20 35 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. November 30, 1989
20 36 Board of Directors—Meetings of Board of Directors—Minutes, Materials, etc. August 7, 1990
20 37 Books—Sale of 1969
20 38 Brief Descriptions of What the BACSJ Does (Includes Descriptions Of Programs) 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
20 39 Brief Descriptions of What the BACSJ Does, Lengthy Descriptions of BACSJ Programs 1987
20 40 Briefing Kits—For Tourists 1977-1978
20 41 Budgets and Budget Requests 1970-1972, 1981
20 42 Budgets and Budget Requests 1982
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21 1 Budgets and Budget Requests 1983
21 2 Budgets and Budget Requests 1984
21 3 Budgets and Budget Requests 1985
21 4 Budgets and Budget Requests 1989
21 5 Calendar—BACSJ Profiles of Soviet Jews Calendar—Profiles and Photos 1988
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111 4 Calendars—BACSJ Profiles of Soviet Jews Calendars, Contains Profiles and Photos 1987, 1989-1990
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21 6 Calendars File—Soviet Jewry Calendar, Events, etc. 1983
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111 5 California Congressional Delegation 1990
111 6 Capitol Hill Visits 1990
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112 1 Card Files—Adoptees and Adopters, Dori Hirsch List, Refusenik Telephone Numbers, POC Arrests undated
112 2 Card Files—Dissidents Out, Soviet Jews in San Francisco, Soviet Personnel in San Francisco, Soviet Personnel in U.S., Soviet Prisons and Personnel, Defectors undated
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113 2 Card Files—Out B-M undated
113 3 Card Files—Out M-T undated
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112 3 Card Files—Out 1971—A-J 1971
112 4 Card Files—Out 1971—K-S 1971
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113 1 Card Files—Out 1971—T-Z 1971
113 4 Card Files—Soviet Jews 1971—A-J 1971
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114 1 Card Files—Soviet Jews 1971—K-P 1971
114 2 Card Files—Soviet Jews 1971—R-Z 1971
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21 7 Cards (2)—Protesting Treatment of Soviet Jews undated
21 8 Case Advocacy Program and Reports 1991-1992
21 9 Case For The BACSJ, The, Our Case—1987. A Year of Contradictions—a Year of Opportunities and a Year of Opportunity, a Year of Danger. The Case for 1988 1987-1988
21 10 Celebrating Music, the Human Spirit, and Freedom—A Tribute to Soviet Jews—Concert Featuring Adolf Bruk, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco June 26, 1988
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111 7 Center for Jewish Renewal 1990-1992
111 8 Center for Jewish Renewal 1990-1992
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21 11 Chazen, Donna—Interview With August 6, 1984
21 12 Chernobyl—Declaration From Kiev Group of Jewish Refuseniks April 26, 1991
21 13 Commission of Inquiry 1986
21 14 Commission of Inquiry 1986
21 15 Commission of Inquiry 1986
21 16 Committee of Concern for Soviet Freedom—Meeting at Bali's Restaurant June 10, 1974
21 21 Congress, Thank You Letters for Support to Members of April 1985
21 17 Congressional Adoption (of Soviet Jewish POCs and Refuseniks), Burton, Rep. Phillip 1979-1983
21 18 Congressional Adoption (of Soviet Jewish POCs and Refuseniks), Correspondence 1979-1983
21 19 Congressional Adoption (of Soviet Jewish POCs and Refuseniks), Correspondence 1983-1984, 1987, 1989
21 20 Congressional Adoption (of Soviet Jewish POCs and Refuseniks), Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center and Nepomnyaschy—Model Briefs on Paritsky and Nepomniaschy to be Used to Recruit a Member of Congress 1985
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111 9 Congressional Delegation 1990-1993
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21 22 Constitution and By-Laws of BACSJ undated
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22 21 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1976-November 1976
22 22 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files November 1976-December 1976
22 23 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files December 1976-January 1977
22 24 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1977
22 25 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files March 1977
22 26 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files April 1977
22 27 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1977
22 28 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files June 1977
22 29 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1977
22 30 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files August 1977
22 31 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files September 1977
22 32 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1977
22 33 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files November 1977
22 34 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files December 1977
22 35 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files January 1978
22 36 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1978
22 37 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files March 1978
22 38 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files April 1978
22 39 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1978
22 40 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files June 1978
22 41 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1978
22 42 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files August 1978
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23 1 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files September 1978
23 2 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1978
23 3 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files November 1978
23 4 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files December 1978
23 5 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files January 1979
23 6 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1979
23 7 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files March 1979
23 8 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files April 1979
23 9 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1979
23 10 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files June 1979
23 11 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1979
23 12 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files August 1979
23 13 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files September 1979
23 14 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1979
23 15 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files November 1979
23 16 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files December 1979
23 17 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files January 1980
23 18 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1980
23 19 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files March 1980
23 20 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files April 1980
23 21 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1980
23 22 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files June 1980
23 23 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1980
23 24 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files August 1980
23 25 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files September 1980
23 26 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1980
23 27 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files November 1980
23 28 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files December 1980
23 29 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files January 1981
23 30 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1981
23 31 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files March 1981
23 32 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files April 1981
23 33 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1981
23 34 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files June 1981
23 35 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1981
23 36 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files August 1981
23 37 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files September 1981
23 38 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1981
23 39 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files November 1981
23 40 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files December 1981
23 41 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files January 1982
23 42 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1982
23 43 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files March 1982
23 44 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files April 1982
23 45 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1982
23 46 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files June 1982
23 47 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1982
23 48 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files August 1982
23 49 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files September 1982
23 50 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1982
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24 1 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files November 1982
24 2 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files December 1982
24 3 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files January 1983
24 4 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1983
24 5 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files March 1983
24 6 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files April 1983
24 7 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1983
24 8 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files June 1983
24 9 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1983
24 10 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files August 1983
24 11 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files September 1983
24 12 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1983
24 13 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files November 1983
24 14 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files December 1983
24 15 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files January 1984
24 16 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1984-April 1984
24 17 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1984-June 1984
24 18 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1984-September 1984
24 19 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1984-December 1984
24 20 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files January 1985-March 1985
24 21 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files April 1985-June 1985
24 22 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1985-September 1985
24 23 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1985-December 1985
24 24 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files January 1986
24 25 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1986
24 26 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files March 1986
24 27 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1986
24 28 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files June 1986
24 29 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files July 1986
24 30 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files August 1986
24 31 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files September 1986
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25 1 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files October 1986
25 2 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files November 1986
25 3 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files December 1986
25 4 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files 1986-1987
25 5 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files February 1987
25 6 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files March 1987
25 7 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files April 1987
25 8 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files May 1987
25 9 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files June 1987
25 10 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files 1988
25 11 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files 1989
25 12 Correspondence Files—Chronological Files—Hate Letters 1988
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22 1 Correspondence Files—A
22 2 Correspondence Files—B
22 3 Correspondence Files—C
22 4 Correspondence Files—D-F
22 5 Correspondence Files—G
22 6 Correspondence Files—H
22 7 Correspondence Files—I-J
22 8 Correspondence Files—K
22 9 Correspondence Files—L
22 10 Correspondence Files—M-N
22 11 Correspondence Files—P
22 12 Correspondence Files—R
22 13 Correspondence Files—S
22 14 Correspondence Files—T
22 15 Correspondence Files—U-Z
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111 11 Correspondence Files, General undated
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22 16 Correspondence Files—General 1974-1979
22 17 Correspondence Files—General 1980-1983
22 18 Correspondence Files—General 1984-1986
22 19 Correspondence Files—General 1987-1990
22 20 Correspondence Files—General 1987-1990
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111 10 Correspondence Files, General 1978, 1986-1987, 1990
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25 13 Correspondence Files—Letters of Acknowledgement for Contributions 1979
25 14 Correspondence Files—Letters of Acknowledgement for Contributions 1980
25 15 Correspondence Files—Letters of Acknowledgement for Contributions 1981
25 16 Correspondence Files—Letters of Appeal (from Soviet Jews) 1974-1984
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111 12 Correspondence Files, Thank You Letters 1983, 1988-1989
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21 23 Correspondence, Confidential 1971-1973
21 24 Correspondence, Confidential 1974
21 25 Correspondence, Confidential 1975
21 26 Correspondence, Confidential 1976
21 27 Correspondence, Confidential 1977
21 28 Correspondence, Confidential 1979-1983
21 29 Correspondence, Confidential 1979-1983
21 30 Correspondence, Confidential September 1983-March 1985
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25 17 Current Information Bulletins Numbers 1-10, 12-19, 21-22 1975
25 18 Current Refugee Policy May 1992
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15 29 Dangerous Outbreak of an Old Disease, A—A New Wave of Soviet Anti-Semitism 1967-1979
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111 1 Day Here is Like a Year in Hell, A—A Soviet Jewish map of the USSR—BACSJ Ad in Northern California Jewish Bulletin December 21, 1990
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25 19 Debriefing From USSR 1976
25 20 Demo (Demonstrations?) Resources undated
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111 13 Demonstration at Soviet Consulate July 29, 1991
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25 21 Direct Mailing 1980-1984
25 22 Direct Mailing Direct 1984
25 23 Donors of More Than $50 as of 1/20/75 1975
25 24 Dropouts in Vienna—BACSJ Position Statement 1976
25 25 East Bay Chapter—Correspondence—Generall 1972-1974
25 26 East Bay Chapter—Notebook of
25 27 East Bay Chapter—Volunteer Bureau undated
25 28 East Bay Rally October 14, 1990
25 29 European Contacts 1983-1984
25 30 Executive Committee Meetings 1970, 1987
25 31 Executive Committee Meetings 1988
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26 1 Executive Committee Meetings 1989
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42 24 Exhibit—Confidential 1976
42 25 Exhibit Pamphlet 1976
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26 2 Fast of Esther at Soviet Consulate, San Francisco March 15, 1984
26 3 Fax In and Fax Out 1986
26 4 Fax In and Fax Out January 1987
26 5 Fax In and Fax Out February 1987
26 6 Fax In and Fax Out March 1987
26 7 Fax In and Fax Out April 1987
26 8 Fax In and Fax Out May 1987
26 9 Fax In and Fax Out June 1987
26 10 Fax In and Fax Out July 1987
26 11 Fax In and Fax Out July 1987
26 12 Fax In and Fax Out August 1987
26 13 Fax In and Fax Out August 1987
26 14 Fax In and Fax Out September 1987
26 15 Fax In and Fax Out September 1987
26 16 Fax In and Fax Out October 1987
26 17 Fax In and Fax Out October 1987
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27 1 Fax In and Fax Out November 1987
27 2 Fax In and Fax Out November 1987
27 3 Fax In and Fax Out December 1987
27 4 Fax In and Fax Out December 1987
27 5 Fax In and Fax Out January 1988
27 6 Fax In and Fax Out January 1988
27 7 Fax In and Fax Out February 1988
27 8 Fax In and Fax Out February 1988
27 9 Fax In and Fax Out March 1988
27 10 Fax In and Fax Out March 1988
27 11 Fax In and Fax Out April 1988
27 12 Fax In and Fax Out April 1988
27 13 Fax In and Fax Out May 1988
27 14 Fax In and Fax Out May 1988
27 15 Fax In and Fax Out June 1988
27 16 Fax In and Fax Out June 1988
27 17 Fax In and Fax Out July 1988
27 18 Fax In and Fax Out July 1988
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28 1 Fax In and Fax Out August 1988
28 2 Fax In and Fax Out August 1988
28 3 Fax In and Fax Out September 1988
28 4 Fax In and Fax Out September 1988
28 5 Fax In and Fax Out October 1988
28 6 Fax In and Fax Out October 1988
28 7 Fax In and Fax Out November 1988
28 8 Fax In and Fax Out November 1988
28 9 Fax In and Fax Out 1990
28 10 Fax In and Fax Out 1992
28 11 Fax In and Fax Out 1993
28 12 Feiga Fischbein—Fund for Direct Aid to Soviet Jewry 1983
28 13 Fernandez, Shelley 1972
28 14 Fiddler on the Roof Contest 1989
28 15 Film Benefit—Commissar Directed by Aleksandr Askoldov 1988
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111 14 Film Project With Doug Weinhacht 1990
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28 16 Financial Statements—Income and Expenses 1968-1969, 1971-1975, 1979-1981, 1984-1985
28 17 Financial Statements—Income and Expenses 1985, 1987, 1989
28 18 Financial Statements—Income and Expenses 1990
28 19 Financial Statements—Income and Expenses 1991
28 20 Flory, Paul—Award 1986-1990
28 21 Focus Group—Issues and Statements Re.: BACSJ January 1993
28 22 Focus on Soviet Jewry, Fall 1982
28 23 Food Packets to Former Soviet Union 1992
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111 15 Food and Supply Airlift 1991
111 16 Foreman, Lillian, Unidentified Folders 1972-1974
111 17 Foreman, Lillian, Unidentified Folders 1972-1974
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28 24 Foreman, Lillian—ME—Correspondence 1988
28 25 Foreman, Lillian—Packet—Newspaper Clippings, Correspondence 1985-1987
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29 6 Foreman, Lillian—Unidentified Folders (Includes Correspondence to and From Refuseniks, Profiles of, Hand Drawn Map and Addresses) 1983-1985
29 7 Foreman, Lillian—Unidentified Folders (Includes Correspondence to and From Refuseniks, Profiles of, Hand Drawn Map and Addresses) 1983-1985
29 8 Foreman, Lillian—Unidentified Folders (Includes Correspondence to and From Refuseniks, Profiles of, Hand Drawn Map and Addresses) 1983-1985
29 9 Foreman, Lillian—Unidentified Folders (Includes Correspondence to and From Refuseniks, Profiles of, Hand Drawn Map and Addresses) 1983-1985
29 1 Foreman, Lillian—Unidentified Folders (Includes Correspondence, Some From USSR Re.: Refuseniks, Lists of, Profiles of, etc.) 1979-1984
29 2 Foreman, Lillian—Unidentified Folders (Includes Correspondence, Some From USSR Re.: Refuseniks, Lists of, Profiles of, etc.) 1979-1984
29 3 Foreman, Lillian—Unidentified Folders (Includes Correspondence, Some From USSR Re.: Refuseniks, Lists of, Profiles of, etc.) 1979-1984
29 4 Foreman, Lillian—Unidentified Folders (Includes Correspondence, Some From USSR Re.: Refuseniks, Lists of, Profiles of, etc.) 1979-1984
29 5 Foreman, Lillian—Unidentified Folders (Includes Correspondence, Some From USSR Re.: Refuseniks, Lists of, Profiles of, etc.) 1979-1984
29 10 Frank, Rusty E.—BACSJ Survey Overview—Questionnaire Re.: Knowledge and Perception, etc. of BACSJ (Includes List of BACSJ Programs) 1987
29 11 Frank, Rusty E.—Committee of Correspondence. A Proposal April 1, 1987
29 12 Frank, Rusty E.—Correspondence—Generall (Includes Job Description) 1987
29 13 Frank, Rusty E.—Correspondence—Generall (Includes Job Description) 1987
29 14 Frank, Rusty E.—Profiles of Soviet Jews Database—Specifications for 1986
29 15 Frank, Rusty E.—Public Awareness Programs of the BACSJ June 1987
29 16 Frank, Rusty E.—Rusty's Thesis Project—Identifying Why American Jews Volunteer, Profile of BACSJ Membership, etc. 1987
29 17 Frank, Rusty E.—Rusty's Thesis Project—Identifying Why American Jews Volunteer, Profile of BACSJ Membership, etc. 1987
29 18 Freedom Run for Soviet Jewry October 18 1981
29 19 Freedom Runs for Soviet Jews (Coincide With Bay to Breakers 12K) May 15, 1988
29 20 Freedom Runs for Soviet Jews (Coincide With Bay to Breakers 12K) May 21, 1989
29 21 Freedom Seder 1985
29 22 Freedom Seder 1986
29 23 Freedom Seder 1987
29 24 Freedom Seder 1987-1988
29 25 Freedom Seder 1988
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42 15 From the Soviet Underground 12 From the Soviet Underground Canton, OH (Includes Newspaper Clippings) April 8-28, 1978
42 16 From the Soviet Underground—Agreements 1976
42 17 From the Soviet Underground—Art Exhibit Contracts 1977-1978
42 9 From the Soviet Underground—Art Exhibit File #1 1976
42 18 From the Soviet Underground—Art Loan Contracts 1976
42 19 From the Soviet Underground—Catalog Copy—(In Russian) 1977
42 20 From the Soviet Underground—Correspondence 1976
42 21 From the Soviet Underground—Correspondence 1976
42 22 From the Soviet Underground—Correspondence 1977
42 23 From the Soviet Underground—Correspondence 1977-1979
42 10 From the Soviet Underground—Correspondence, Exhibit Catalogue, Newspaper Clippings, etc. 1976
42 11 From the Soviet Underground—Exhibitions by Soviet Artists (?) at Eduard Nakhamkin Fine Arts, N.Y. 1976
42 12 From the Soviet Underground—Groups Interested in Exhibit 1976
42 13 From the Soviet Underground—Insurance—Old 1976
42 14 From the Soviet Underground—Report, Press Release, Correspondence, Special Instructions 1975-1976
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29 26 Fundraising—Notes on
29 27 Gardner Communications, Inc. San Francisco—Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews Creative Strategy 1987
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42 26 General (Includes Prospectus, Guest Book From Opening on May 1, and List of Contributors) 1976
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29 28 Generic Piece for Leafletting undated
29 29 Gopp, Igor (Director of Harold Light Emigration and Aliya Information Center, St. Petersburg) 1992
29 30 Grants 1981-1985
29 31 Help Wanted—Ads and Job Descriptions undated
29 32 Hill Visits—Schedule of BACSJ Visits September 11-16, 1987
29 33 Hot Line News 1970-1971, 1974
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122 1 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—A undated
122 2 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—C-D, undated
122 3 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—G undated
122 4 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—H-I-J undated
122 5 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—K undated
122 6 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—L undated
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124 4 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—Loose Printouts undated
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123 1 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—M undated
123 2 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—N-O undated
123 3 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—P undated
123 4 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—R undated
123 5 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—S undated
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124 1 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—T undated
124 2 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—U-V-W undated
124 3 Individual Refusenik Household List—Computer Database Printouts From A-B Data in Binders—Y-Z undated
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29 34 International Merchandizing Corp.—BACSJ V Re.: US/USSR Volleyball Game at Cow Palace August 23, 1985
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30 1 International Sports Management Group—BACSJ V Re.: US/USSR Volleyball Game at Cow Palace August 23, 1985
30 2 Israeli Consulate in San Francisco, CA 1991
30 3 Jacobson Foundation Ballet Proposal 1990
30 4 Jewish Association of St. Petersburg—the Opening of the Harold Light Repatriation and Emigration Information Center July 21, 1992
30 5 Jewish Bulletin Before '85—Newspaper Clippings Re.: BACSJ, Correspondence, etc. undated
30 6 Jewish Community Endowment Fund—BACSJ Proposal for a Travel Scholarship Project on Adopted Soviet Jewish Families 1976
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17 9 Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles Bar/Bat Mitzvah Twinnings. A Cultural Lifeline to Soviet Jews 1987
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30 7 Jewish Film Festival August 1 1990
30 8 Jewish Humor Night May 6 1989
30 9 Jewish Humor Night May 6 1989
30 10 Kesselman, Michael—Never Forgetting Is Not Enough Bay Area Jewish Newsletter, p.1 and Resume of August 1983
30 11 Kesselman, Michael—U-Haul Truck Accident October 22, 1984
30 12 Kirov Ballet August 1989
30 13 Kishinev Commemoration at Temple Emanu-El May 19, 1983
30 14 Knauer, Judith—Newspaper Clipping and Speaking in Santa Rosa, CA 1983, 1985
30 15 Koret Foundation—BACSJ Funding Request 1982
30 16 Koret Foundation—Koret Foundation Before 1984
30 17 Lazarus, Irwin, Castro Valley, CA 1983-1985
30 18 Legal Actions Against USSR 1978
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111 18 Lifeline Conversations 1991-1992
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30 20 Light Selma—General (Includes Newspaper Clippings About) 1974, 1992
30 21 Light Selma—Speeches—Selma Light and Regina Bublil 1975
30 19 Light, Harold—Repatriation and Emigration Information Center, St. Petersburg—Opening of July 21, 1992
30 22 Lists 1970s (Includes BACSJ Mailing Lists and Membership of Committee to Save Jews in Arab Countries) 1970-1979
30 23 Louria, Deborah—Newspaper Clipping 1988
30 24 Louria, Deborah—Report From the Soviet Union 1988
30 25 Marriage Procedure in USSR June 1985
30 26 Master Copies of Printed Materials 1970-1976
30 27 Masters For Distribution—Fact Sheets, Newspaper Clippings, Articles, etc. undated
30 28 Matthews, Judith The Plight of the Refuseniks undated
30 30 MCI Mail—In Box 1980-1986
30 29 MCI Mail Congressional Overnight Letter Service 1986
30 31 Media and Presentations—As Of 1984
30 32 Media How-To Notebook September 5, 1980
30 33 Media Notebooks 1983
30 34 Media Notebooks 1983-1984
30 35 Media Notebooks 1984-1985
30 36 Media Notebooks 1986-1987
30 37 Media Project "If Freedom Were..." 1989
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33 1 Membership Drive 1976
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111 19 Membership Drive—Reports 1990
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33 4 Membership Lists undated
33 2 Membership Lists—Paid Members From East Bay Area 1968
33 5 Membership Lists—Rabbi's Letters 1973-1975
33 3 Membership Lists—San Francisco, East Bay, Peninsula and Marin County 1968
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111 20 Membership Renewal Drives—Letters 1988-1992
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31 1 Membership and Contribution Card Catalog—A-Z 1969-1975
31 2 Membership and Contribution Card Catalog—A-Z 1969-1976
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32 2 Membership and Contribution Card Catalog—A-Z 1970-1976
32 1 Membership and Contribution Card Catalog—Out of State—A-Z 1969-1976
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33 6 Moiseyev Dancers 1970-1974
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111 21 Moscow Bureau on Exit, Human Rights and Rule of Law 1990-1991
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33 7 Moscow Circus (Includes BACSJ V International Management Group) December 1988
33 8 Moscow Office E-Mail 1991-1992
33 9 Moscow Soviet Jewry Information Agency 1987-1989
33 10 Mothers and Grandmothers Group 1987
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111 22 NCJ Bulletin Announcements 1988-1989
111 23 News From... and Press Release 1983-1986, 1988-1989
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33 11 News From and Press Release 1968
33 12 News From and Press Release 1969
33 13 News From and Press Release 1970
33 14 News From and Press Release 1971
33 15 News From and Press Release 1972
33 16 News From and Press Release 1973
33 17 News From and Press Release 1974
33 18 News From and Press Release 1975
33 19 News From and Press Release 1976
33 20 News From and Press Release 1977
33 21 News From and Press Release 1978
33 22 News From and Press Release 1979
33 23 News From and Press Release 1980
33 24 News From and Press Release 1981
33 25 News From and Press Release 1982
33 26 News From and Press Release 1983
33 27 News From and Press Release 1984
33 28 News From and Press Release 1985
33 29 News From and Press Release 1986
33 30 News From and Press Release 1987
33 31 News From and Press Release 1988
33 32 News From and Press Release 1989
33 33 News From and Press Release 1990
33 34 News From and Press Release 1991
33 35 News From and Press Release 1992
33 36 News From and Press Release 1993
33 38 Night of the Murdered Poets August 11, 1986
33 39 Night of the Murdered Poets August 11, 1988
33 40 Night of the Murdered Poets August 14, 1989
33 41 Night of the Murdered Poets August 12, 1992
33 37 Night of the Murdered Poets, August 12, 1952 (National Conference on Soviet Jewry) 1972
33 42 Notebook of Names, Addresses and Telephone Numbers undated
33 43 Notebook, Covers Various Organization Topics 1976
33 44 Notebook, Unidentified undated
33 45 Objectives for Travel to USSR undated
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16 20 Old Bar/Bat Mitzvah Twinning Packet Prior to 1990
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33 47 Organization Background undated
33 48 Outcry 1971
33 49 Outcry 1972
33 50 Outcry 1974
33 51 Outcry 1975
33 52 Outcry 1976
33 53 Outcry 1977
33 54 Outcry 1978
33 55 Outcry 1979
33 56 Outcry 1980
33 57 Outcry 1981
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34 1 Outcry 1982
34 2 Outcry 1983
34 3 Outcry 1984
34 4 Outcry 1985
34 5 Outcry 1986
34 6 Outcry 1987
34 7 Outcry 1988
34 8 Outcry 1989
34 9 Outcry 1990
34 10 Outcry 1991
34 11 Outcry 1992
34 12 Outcry 1993
34 13 Outcry File 1987
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111 25 Outcry December 1992
111 26 Outcry—Future Issues 1991-1992
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34 14 Outreach 1981
34 16 Packet of Articles Re.: Soviet Jews 1970
34 17 Packet of Materials 1985
34 15 Parlor Meetings 1988
34 18 Passover 1968
34 20 Pen Pals 1977
34 19 Pen Pals—Lists of 1965
34 21 Personnel Policies October 1, 1985
34 22 Petitions 1968
34 23 Petitions—Before '85 undated
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35 27 Platt, Marshall—1986-1987 1986-1987
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34 33 Platt, Marshall—Alkon, Cindy and Holli Harris—Staff Memos, Meetings, Job Duties, etc. undated
34 34 Platt, Marshall—American Bar Association (ABA) and Association of Soviet Lawyers (ASL) undated
34 35 Platt, Marshall—Apartheid Legislation (Calif.) undated
34 24 Platt, Marshall—Articles by 1986
34 36 Platt, Marshall—Bay Area Separated Families undated
34 37 Platt, Marshall—Board Mailings undated
34 38 Platt, Marshall—Bressler, Jill undated
34 39 Platt, Marshall—Chanukah Gift List undated
34 40 Platt, Marshall—Congressional Adoption undated
34 27 Platt, Marshall—Congressional Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings 1985
34 28 Platt, Marshall—Congressional Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings 1989
34 41 Platt, Marshall—Congressional Telegrams undated
34 42 Platt, Marshall—Constituent Work undated
34 43 Platt, Marshall—Correspondence With Jesse Jacobs undated
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35 1 Platt, Marshall—Diamond, Jennifer 1986
35 2 Platt, Marshall—Durenberger Amendment 1988
35 3 Platt, Marshall—Dynkin, Efim 1988
35 4 Platt, Marshall—East Bay Ear (Martin Snapp) 1986
35 5 Platt, Marshall—Elman, Misha and Jacob 1986
35 6 Platt, Marshall—Emigre Efforts 1988
35 7 Platt, Marshall—Endorsement of UCSJ Policy 1985-1986
35 8 Platt, Marshall—Grushka, Richard 1987
35 9 Platt, Marshall—Hill Update 1986
35 12 Platt, Marshall—Hill Visits October 1985
35 13 Platt, Marshall—Hill Visits February 4, 1986
35 14 Platt, Marshall—Hill Visits January 1987
35 15 Platt, Marshall—Hill Visits September 1987
35 10 Platt, Marshall—Hill Visits—Boris Gorbis May 1986
35 11 Platt, Marshall—Hill Visits Materials undated
35 16 Platt, Marshall—Hill Visits—Sofia Elman undated
35 17 Platt, Marshall—INF Ratification 1988
35 18 Platt, Marshall—Kabakow, Miriam 1987
35 19 Platt, Marshall—KQED Documentary 1987
35 20 Platt, Marshall—Lasher, Mark 1986
35 21 Platt, Marshall—Letters Pool 1988
35 22 Platt, Marshall—Lifshitz and Zelichonok Case Study 1987
35 24 Platt, Marshall—Magarik 1987
35 23 Platt, Marshall—McClure Amendment 1988
35 25 Platt, Marshall—NASHCON 1987-1988
35 26 Platt, Marshall—Oil 1986-1987
35 28 Platt, Marshall—Outcry June 1989
35 29 Platt, Marshall—Palm Springs and Yuri Shtern 1986-1987
35 30 Platt, Marshall—Passover 1988
35 31 Platt, Marshall—Proposition W, 1988
35 32 Platt, Marshall—Quotations 1985-1986
35 33 Platt, Marshall—Radio Maccabee 1984-1985
35 34 Platt, Marshall—Research I 1985-1986
35 35 Platt, Marshall—Research II 1986-1987
35 36 Platt, Marshall—Research III 1987
35 37 Platt, Marshall—Russia April 1987
35 38 Platt, Marshall—Sample Letters 1986-1989
35 39 Platt, Marshall—Seattle 1987
35 40 Platt, Marshall—Secrecy Proposal 1987
35 41 Platt, Marshall—Soviet Jewry Update July 1989
35 42 Platt, Marshall—State Secrets Project 1987
35 43 Platt, Marshall—Summit III 1987
35 44 Platt, Marshall—Summit IV 1988
35 45 Platt, Marshall—Summit Position Papers 1986-1987
35 46 Platt, Marshall—Survey 1987
35 47 Platt, Marshall—Tax Reform Bill 1985
35 48 Platt, Marshall—Tear Sheets 1985
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34 25 Platt, Marshall—Translation Work 1985
34 26 Platt, Marshall—Travel 1986
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35 53 Platt, Marshall—Unidentified 1987
35 54 Platt, Marshall—Unidentified 1987-1988
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34 29 Platt, Marshall—Unidentified undated
34 30 Platt, Marshall—Unidentified undated
34 31 Platt, Marshall—Unidentified undated
34 32 Platt, Marshall—Unidentified undated
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35 49 Platt, Marshall—Untied Loans 1987-1988
35 50 Platt, Marshall—Useful Papers—Jackson-Vanik and Emigration 1976, 1974, 1980, 1984, 1987
35 51 Platt, Marshall—Vienna 1986
35 52 Platt, Marshall—Weekly Reports 1985-1986
35 55 Plight of Soviet Jewry—A Contemporary Response, The. Student Workbook Grades 7-9 October 1989
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111 27 Political Action and Robyn Lieberman 1989
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35 56 Press Packet 1991
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41 28 Pre-Summit Consulate Rally May 26, 1988
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36 3 Prisoners 1990
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115 1 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—Case Work Updates 1990
115 2 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—General (Includes Lists of) undated, 1985-1988, 1992
115 3 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—Gersten Plan Re.: Refugee Resettlement Changes by Federal Government 1992
115 6 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—Radio Maccabee May 9, 1985
115 4 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—Refugee Issues 1988-1990
115 8 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—Sister City Proposals 1990-1991
115 9 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—Soviet Writers Tour of U.S. April 1990
115 7 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—St. Petersburg Educator's Visit to San Francisco May 1993
115 10 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—Tamler, Edward Early History of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews undated
115 5 Prisoners of Conscience, Refugees and Refuseniks—Visiting Refuseniks—Instructions for Tourists August 1982
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35 57 Prisoners of Conscience—Correspondence—Generall 1971-1981
35 58 Prisoners of Conscience—Correspondence—Generall 1975
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36 1 Prisoners of Conscience—Information Sheets 1977-1980
36 2 Prisoners of Conscience—Information Sheets 1977-1980
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40 12 Public Affairs—Activists May 1986
40 13 Public Affairs—Bay Area Council of Kids Chapter (BACKC) 1981-1989
40 14 Public Affairs—Bay Area Video Coalition 1986
40 15 Public Affairs—B'nai B'rith Messenger Articles and Correspondence 1985-1986
40 16 Public Affairs—B'nai B'rith Messenger Articles from Paper 1986-1987
40 17 Public Affairs—B'nai B'rith Messenger News Forms 1986-1987
40 18 Public Affairs—Committee of Correspondence General 1979-1983
40 19 Public Affairs—Commodities (Bumper Stickers) undated
40 20 Public Affairs—Correspondence Board of Directors 1986
40 21 Public Affairs—Correspondence Office 1986-1987
40 22 Public Affairs—Correspondence UCSJ Council Members 1986-1987
40 23 Public Affairs—Exchange Program—Rabbi Unger General 1987
40 24 Public Affairs—Follow-up General (Outside Office) 1987
40 25 Public Affairs—Follow-up Jobs Being Done by Staff 1987
40 26 Public Affairs—Good PR Pieces 1986
40 27 Public Affairs—Hebrew Teacher Twinning 1986-1987
40 28 Public Affairs—Ideas 1984-1987
40 29 Public Affairs—Interfaith Periodicals List undated
40 30 Public Affairs—JCK Local Agencies 1987
40 31 Public Affairs—JCRC Soviet Jewry Commission 1985-1987
40 32 Public Affairs—Jewish Press Listing JTA 1985
40 33 Public Affairs—Jewish Women's Newsletter 1985-1986
40 34 Public Affairs—Letters to Russians 1986
40 35 Public Affairs—Media Alliance 1986
40 36 Public Affairs—Media Project with Ted 1989
40 37 Public Affairs—Message Senders General Information undated
40 38 Public Affairs—Moscow Circus December 27, 1988
40 39 Public Affairs—Outreach Committee 1985
40 40 Public Affairs—PR Projects 1985-1986
40 48 Public Affairs—Public Affairs Reports 1991-1992
40 41 Public Affairs—Slide Show 1986
40 42 Public Affairs—Snapp, Martin Oakland Tribune 1986
40 43 Public Affairs—Special Projects Committee 1985-1987
40 44 Public Affairs—Special Projects Committee Card Return 1987
40 45 Public Affairs—Summit II 1986
40 46 Public Affairs—Union of Councils Labels 1985
40 47 Public Affairs—Untitled Folder 1989
40 49 Publishing Project, Kitty Leibovitch's Childrens Poems About the Adventures of Philip Bear and the Babbits 1984
40 50 Ramsey, Lucie, Correspondence—Generall 1989
40 51 Ramsey, Lucie, Gina Waldman's Art Project 1989
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43 1 Rapoport, Alek—Counter Art Exhibit 1978
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36 4 Refugee Casework—Affidavit of Persecution 1989
36 5 Refugee Casework—Alexandrovskaya, Malvina 1990-1992
36 6 Refugee Casework—Ayzner and Gorkhovskaya 1991
36 7 Refugee Casework—Belenky, Garry undated
36 8 Refugee Casework—Bord and Tumarkina 1992
36 9 Refugee Casework—Brezman, Naum 1989
36 10 Refugee Casework—Budker and Shvarts 1989
36 11 Refugee Casework—Bushler, Anna 1990
36 13 Refugee Casework—Dubrovsky, Yuri 1989
36 12 Refugee Casework—Dubrovsky and Dubrovsky 1991
36 14 Refugee Casework—Epelman and Tsarfin 1989
36 15 Refugee Casework—Evelson and Mogilevskaya 1991
36 16 Refugee Casework—Feldman, Lev, Isai and Semen 1991
36 17 Refugee Casework—Finkelshtein and Finkelshtein 1989
36 18 Refugee Casework—Fursova, Vasiliy and Anastasiya 1990-1991
36 19 Refugee Casework—Gauzner and Leibel 1989
36 20 Refugee Casework—Glazova and Sitnyakovsky 1991
36 21 Refugee Casework—Gotsban and Vlanin 1989
36 22 Refugee Casework—Hiller and Shamelashvili 1991
36 23 Refugee Casework—Info Forms undated
36 24 Refugee Casework—Ionel and Shor 1987, 1989
36 25 Refugee Casework—Jewish Family and Children's Services, San Francisco—Summary of the Affidavits of Persecution Prepared by 1989
36 26 Refugee Casework—Kalikman and Tartarovsky 1989
36 27 Refugee Casework—Kaplun and Moldavksy 1988-1989
36 28 Refugee Casework—Khaimenis and Harris 1988-1989
36 29 Refugee Casework—Khasminsky and Aizner 1989
36 30 Refugee Casework—Khirich and Raskin 1982 1989
36 31 Refugee Casework—Koppel, Alex (Rome) 1990
36 32 Refugee Casework—Kraizbuch and Plikh 1989
36 33 Refugee Casework—Kraytsberg and French 1989
36 34 Refugee Casework—List of People Who Emigrated From the USSR 1987-1989
36 35 Refugee Casework—Marguleas, Dianna—Fax to and From 1989
36 36 Refugee Casework—Margulis and Lauris 1989
36 37 Refugee Casework—Miloslavsky, Irene 1989
36 38 Refugee Casework—Nasonov, Igor (Includes Photo) 1989
36 39 Refugee Casework—Nudelman and Kogan 1989
36 40 Refugee Casework—Pikovskaya and Solovyova 1989
36 41 Refugee Casework—Pozharov and Litvak 1989
36 42 Refugee Casework—Rabinovich and Stolyarov undated
36 43 Refugee Casework—Refugees—Miscellaneous Information 1988-1989
36 44 Refugee Casework—Reshko, Semyon 1990
36 45 Refugee Casework—Resolved Cases and No Direction Cases 1988-1989
36 46 Refugee Casework—Roginski and Gesin undated
36 47 Refugee Casework—Rubinshtein and Bodashkina 1990, 1992
36 48 Refugee Casework—Rubinshtein and Koretzkaya 1990, 1992
36 49 Refugee Casework—Serduchenko and Goldberg 1974, 1987-1989
36 50 Refugee Casework—Shaferman and Shabsovich 1988-1989
36 51 Refugee Casework—Shayn, Ilya and Gregory 1989
36 52 Refugee Casework—Shushpanova and Vestel 1989
36 53 Refugee Casework—Smolkina, Sofia and Natalia 1989
36 54 Refugee Casework—Tetelbaum and Smelyansky—Received Refugee Status May 9, 1989
36 55 Refugee Casework—Tsalyuk and Radovilsky 1989
36 56 Refugee Casework—U.S. Emergency Committee Membership 1990-1991
36 57 Refugee Casework—U.S. Immigration Policy for Soviet Emigration to the U.S. 1989, 1991
36 58 Refugee Casework—Vainshtein and Anchipolovsky (Rome) 1989
36 59 Refugee Casework—Vainstein and Rudik 1989
36 60 Refugee Casework—Vayntraub and Neiman 1989
36 61 Refugee Casework—Vays, Dimitri 1988-1989
36 62 Refugee Casework—Vinogradsky and Sytkina 1991
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37 2 Refugee Status—U.S. State Dept. 1988-1989
37 1 Refugee Status in U.S.—Papers on (Includes Draft BACSJ Paper On Refugee Crisis) 1988
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36 66 Refugee Status—Jewish Family and Children's Services San Francisco—Sponsor Agreement to Resettle Families in San Francisco, CA 1990
36 67 Refugee Status—New Cases A-K 1991-1992
36 63 Refugee Status—Refugee Case Work (Includes Lists of Rome Waitnik Cases) 1989
36 64 Refugee Status—Refugee Processing—Soviet Jewish Families With Immediate Relatives in San Francisco Bay Area—List of 1990
36 65 Refugee Status—Refugee Slots 1991
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39 27 Refuseniks and Emigration 1980s (Includes Newspaper Clippings and Correspondence) undated
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37 3 Refuseniks—Articles by 1987-1989
37 5 Refuseniks—Biographies of 1980-1990
37 4 Refuseniks—Birthdays of 1980-1986
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38 1 Refuseniks—Card Catalog, By City 1974-1980
38 2 Refuseniks—Card Catalog, By City 1974-1980
38 3 Refuseniks—Card Catalog, By City 1974-1980
38 4 Refuseniks—Card Catalog, Out 1977-1980, A-K 1977-1980
38 5 Refuseniks—Card Catalog, Out 1977-1980, L-Z 1977-1981
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39 1 Refuseniks—Case Work 1990-1991
39 28 Refuseniks—Casework Overviews From John 1990
39 2 Refuseniks—Children Ages 8-15 for Letter Writing—List of 1990 1990
39 3 Refuseniks—College Age undated
39 4 Refuseniks—Doctors 1987
39 5 Refuseniks—Families In (and Out?) Received Permission Per UCSJ January 1990 1988-1990
39 6 Refuseniks—First Degree Relative Refusals 1985, 1987-1988
39 7 Refuseniks—Hebrew Teachers in the Soviet Union—Hebrew Teachers Write-in 1981
39 8 Refuseniks—Lev Elbert's Friends in USSR 1987-1988
39 9 Refuseniks—Lists of 1975-1983
39 10 Refuseniks—Lists of 1976
39 11 Refuseniks—Lists of 1980
39 12 Refuseniks—Lists of August 1983
39 13 Refuseniks—Lists of 1986-1989
39 14 Refuseniks—Lists of 1988-1989
39 16 Refuseniks—Lists of 1990
39 17 Refuseniks—Lists of 1990
39 18 Refuseniks—Lists of undated
39 15 Refuseniks—Lists of Permissions 1990
39 19 Refuseniks—Mailing Parcels to January 1983
39 20 Refuseniks—Miscellaneous Info (Includes Biographies of Refuseniks) 1985-1987
39 21 Refuseniks—Miscellaneous Refuseniks 1970
39 23 Refuseniks—Moscow Cases 1989
39 22 Refuseniks—Moscow (Includes Lists in Russian, a Petition of Jewish Refuseniks to the Government of Israel, etc.) 1981-1989
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37 6 Refuseniks—Out 1972-1976, Card Catalog, A-I 1972-1976
37 7 Refuseniks—Out 1972-1976, Card Catalog, J-Pe 1972-1976
37 8 Refuseniks—Out 1972-1976, Card Catalog, Pi-Z 1972-1976
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39 24 Refuseniks—Photographs (Not Prints) 1974-1985
39 25 Refuseniks—Photographs, Out (Not Prints) 1974-1981
39 26 Refuseniks—Profiles of undated
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40 10 Refuseniks—Profiles of Soviet Jews Calendar—Photos of and BACSJ Activities 1982-1984
40 9 Refuseniks—Project Contact undated
40 11 Refuseniks—Prosecution of Jewish Emigration Activists in the USSR—A Study of Soviet Compliance With... 1988
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39 29 Refuseniks—Savitski-Alexander, Arson and Threats 1989-1990
39 30 Refuseniks—Second Generation 1988
39 31 Refuseniks—Shmukler List of Those Involved With Jewish Culture 1990
39 32 Refuseniks—Special Population Report—Refuseniks January 25, 1986
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40 1 Refuseniks—State Secrets 1987-1988
40 2 Refuseniks—Trip Reports 1988-1989
40 8 Refuseniks—Unidentified, Contains lists of 1988
40 6 Refuseniks—Unidentified (Includes Correspondence From USSR) 1988
40 7 Refuseniks—Unidentified (Includes Moscow Refusenik Scientific Seminar Dec. 1988, List I—State Secrecy Refuseniks) 1988
40 5 Refuseniks—Unidentified and Loose Materials (Includes Lists of) 1974-1975
40 3 Refuseniks—Utevsky, Lev—Letters From Refuseniks undated
40 4 Refuseniks—Young Jewish Male Refuseniks Currently or Potentially Threatened With Punitive Red Army Drafts 1981
40 52 Reportson Congressional Activity and Evaluations June 1987—June 1988
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43 2 Rukin, Mike—Legal 1977-1979
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40 53 Samoilovich, Georgi—Seder and Civil Disobedience at Soviet Consulate April 18, 1989
40 54 San Jose Chapter 1984
40 55 Santa Clara Branch of BACSJ 1984
40 56 Schapira, Morey—Articles by 1973, 1987
40 57 Schapira, Morey—Correspondence—Generall 1978
40 58 Schapira, Morey—Correspondence—Generall 1979
40 59 Schapira, Morey—Correspondence—Generall 1980-1981, 1984
40 60 Schlossberg, Norman Not Group's Policy—Letter to Northern California Jewish Bulletin, December 23, 1983
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15 31 Selections From the Post-Coup Soviet Anti-Semitic Press 1991
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40 61 Sensitive Info 1978-1979
40 62 Shteynberg, Mikhail—Arrival of March 30, 1989
40 63 Simchat Torah 1979-1983
40 64 Simchat Torah 1984-1985
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41 3 Simchat Torah 1989
41 4 Simchat Torah 1990
41 1 Simchat Torah (Includes "Exodus"—The Russian Jewry Simulation Game) 1988
41 2 Simchat Torah—Planning and Media Coverage 1988
41 5 Smirnoff, Yacov—Video Project 1985
41 6 Smith, Greg—Special Projects 1987-1989
41 7 Sofios, Michele (Yael) undated
41 8 SOVAM Teleport and E-Mail Problems 1991
41 9 Soviet Consulate, San Francisco, CA 1991
41 10 Soviet Delegation—Young Leadership Mission to USSR August 1988
41 11 Soviet Forum San Francisco, CA—Notes Taken by Deborah Louria June 8, 1989
41 12 Soviet Jewish Humor April 1986
41 13 Soviet Jewry and Human Rights in the USSR January 1987
41 14 Soviet Jewry Commission (Includes Yakov Zuckerman Re.: Opening of Harold Light Repatriation and Emigration Information Center, Marc I. Helson Jewish Life in the Soviet Successor Republics) 1991-1992
41 15 Soviet Jewry Hotline 1971-1974
41 16 Soviet Jewry Update September 1987
41 17 Soviet Religious and Cultural Oppression of Jews—Fact Sheet 1987
41 18 Speakers Bureau, Correspondence—Generall 1975
41 19 Speakers Bureau, Correspondence—Generall 1977
41 20 Speakers Bureau, Packet of Materials 1987
41 21 Staff Memos, Meetings—Minutes 1986
41 22 Staff Memos, Meetings—Minutes 1987
41 23 Staff Memos, Meetings—Minutes 1986
41 24 Stein, Paul—Film Project 1980
41 25 Strategy (Includes FOIA State Dept. Declassified Analysis on Emigration of Soviet Jews) 1979
41 27 Summit Sunday Rally for Soviet Jews, Washington, D.C. December 6, 1987
41 26 Summits 1987
41 29 Tamler, Edward and Rose, Correspondence—General (Includes Remarks at the Funeral of Harold Light) 1963-1981, 1985
41 30 Tamler, Edward and Rose, Interview With August 9, 1984
41 31 Tankilevich, Boris—Legal Intern (Includes Materials on Poor Relative Problem in USSR) 1991
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42 2 Telegram Bank New Telegram Bank System 1985
42 3 Telegram Bank New Telegram Bank System 1985
42 1 Telegram Bank System (Old) 1984
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41 32 Telegram Bank, to Pres. Reagan—"Soviet Jews in Great Danger..." 1984
41 33 Telegram Bank, to Pres. Reagan—"Soviet Jews in Great Danger..." 1984
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42 6 Telephone Calls To The USR—Info and Reports 1991-1992
42 4 Telephone Calls to Leningrad—Info and Reports 1991-1992
42 5 Telephone Calls to Moscow—Info and Reports 1991-1992
42 7 Telephone Committee 1978
42 8 Temple Bulletins 1978-1979
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17 10 Twinning (From Lynn Singer) File (Includes Pen-Pal List, Instructions, etc.) 1982
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43 4 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1984-1985
43 5 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1986
43 6 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1987
43 7 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1988
43 8 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1989
43 9 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1989
43 10 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1989
43 11 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1989
43 12 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1989
43 13 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1979-1983
43 14 UCSJ Files, Mailings To, Correspondence, Refusenik Lists, Etc. 1984-1987
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44 1 UCSJ Files, Political Background 1987
44 27 Unidentified Files and Loose Material—Refusenik Updates, Info On, UCSJ Mailings, Etc. 1981-1989
44 28 Unidentified Files and Loose Material—Refusenik Updates, Info On, UCSJ Mailings, Etc. 1986-1987
44 29 Unidentified Files and Loose Material—Refusenik Updates, Info On, UCSJ Mailings, Etc. 1989
44 30 Unidentified Files and Loose Material—Refusenik Updates, Info On, UCSJ Mailings, Etc. 1989
44 31 Unidentified Files and Loose Material—Refusenik Updates, Info On, UCSJ Mailings, Etc. 1990-1991
44 2 USSR, Holocaust Project, Packet #1—Descriptive Letter 1987
44 3 USSR, Holocaust Project, Packet #2—Content list 1987
44 4 USSR, Holocaust Project, Packet #3 1987
44 5 USSR, Holocaust Project, Packet #4—Glasnost, n.12 1987
44 6 USSR, Holocaust Project, Packet #5 1987
44 7 USSR, Holocaust Project, Packet #6—Lev Timofeyev, “Let This Cup Pass From Me”—Underground Play About Refuseniks 1987
44 8 USSR, Holocaust Project, Packet #7—Leonid Lubman, Imprisonment Of 1987
44 9 USSR, Mailing Parcels To Refuseniks January 1983
44 10 USSR, Parcels To Russia 1971
44 11 USSR, Shipping To USSR 1990
44 12 USSR, Undelivered Mail To USSR—1984 and Older 1984
44 13 USSR, Volleyball Game Between US/USSR—At Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA August 23, 1985
44 14 Waksberg, David—Articles By 1983-1990
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115 11 Waksberg, David—Conversations With Refuseniks 1988
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44 15 Waksberg, David—Correspondence—Generall 1986-1989
44 16 Waksberg, David—Correspondence—Generall 1987-1989
44 17 Waksberg, David—Correspondence—Generall 1990-1993
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115 12 Waksberg, David—David's Articles—Articles By, Memos, Proposals, Etc. 1988-1991
115 13 Waksberg, David—Letter To Elie Wiesel—Lengthy Discussion Of Jews In Former USSR May 19, 1992
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44 18 Waksberg, David—Party Celebrating His Ten Years As Executive Director September 20, 1992
44 19 Waksberg, David—Policy On Emigration Process and Emigration Routes June 30, 1987
44 20 Waksberg, David—Resume and Hiring Of 1981
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115 14 Waksberg, David—Unidentified File (Includes A Floppy Disk) 1990-1991
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44 21 Waksberg, David—Unidentified and Loose 1989-1991
44 22 Waldman, Regina Bublil, Articles By 1974-1976
44 23 Waldman, Regina Bublil, Gina's Speeches 1975-1976
44 24 Wandrei, Karin Member Visits Soviet Jews California News September 1985
44 25 Women's Division—Minutes November 1971-November 1974
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115 16 Yad L'Yad Committee 1992-1993
115 15 Yad L'Yad Committee—Committee To Plan and Implement Cooperative Efforts With The Leningrad Jewish Association (LEA) 1991
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44 26 Yusofovich and Ebert—Vigil and Civil Disobedience On Behalf Of July 22, 1987
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Part 1, Series III: Subject Files, Other Groups, and Publications, undated, 1954-1990, 1993

English, Russian.
Boxes 45-94, 115-121.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

The series contains materials on subjects and organizations concerned with Soviet Jewry. Included is information regarding emigration, repressive policies, cultural rights, Antisemitism, dissidents, legal status of Soviet Jews, international trade, interreligious activities, Cold War politics, refugees, U.S. foreign policy, human rights commissions and conferences, the Jackson-Vanik Amendment, and many other subjects. The files also comprise materials on local, national, and international organizations involved in the rescue movement, and their correspondence with BACSJ, most notably: the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry; American Jewish Congress; Amnesty International; Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry; Committee to Save Jews in Arab Countries; International League for the Repatriation of Russian Jews; Jewish Community Relations Council; Jewish Welfare Federation; Long Island Committee for Soviet Jews; National Conference on Soviet Jews; South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry; Southern California Council for Soviet Jews; Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center; Student Struggle for Soviet Jews; and Union of Councils for Soviet Jews.

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45 1 AB Data, Ltd., Milwaukee, WI—Correspondence—Generall 1983
45 2 AB Data, Ltd., Milwaukee, WI—Correspondence—Generall 1984-1985
45 3 AB Data, Ltd., Milwaukee, WI—Packet 1983-1984
45 5 Abram, Morris—Articles By and Newspaper Clippings 1985-1987
45 6 Academic Committee On Soviet Jewry, N.Y. Soviet Jewry 1969
45 7 Action For Soviet Jewry, Waltham, MA, 1978-1980, 1982 1985-1989
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115 18 Action For Soviet Jewry, Waltham, MA—Correspondence—Generall 1975
115 19 Action For Soviet Jewry, Waltham, MA— Soviet Jewry Report 1977-1980
115 20 Action For Soviet Jewry, Waltham, MA— Soviet Jewry Report 1981-1986, 1988-1990, 1993
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45 8 Aksyonov, Vassily "Not Quite A Sentimental Journey" New Republic April 16, 1990
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115 21 Alabama Council To Save Soviet Jews Montgomery, AL 1977
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45 9 Alaska Council—Mitch Schapira 1987
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115 22 Alaska Council—Mitchel J. Schapira V Municipality Of Anchorage Re.: Czechoslovakia—Soviet Union Hockey Game 1987
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45 10 Aldebaran 1985—Scientific Project Wherein A Published Scientist Donated Royalties To BACSJ 1985
45 11 Alexander, Z., Immigration To Israel From The USSR 1977
45 12 Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity 1984
45 13 American Association For Ethiopian Jews—Telegram undated
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115 23 American Association For The Advancement Of Science (AAAS)—Committee On Scientific Freedom and Responsibility—Annual Report 1978
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45 14 American Association For The Advancement Of Science (AAAS)—Correspondence—Generall 1977-1979, 1983
45 15 American Association For The Advancement Of Science (AAAS)—Scientist Petitions 1988
45 16 American Association Of Russian Jews, Bethesda, MD 1990-1991
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115 24 American Bar Association (ABA)—Independent Task Force On ABA-Soviet Relations, Inc. 1987
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45 18 American Bar Association—Arzt, Donna E. (Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center)—Letter Written With Alan Dershowitz and Memoradum Re.: ABA/ASL Session On Human Rights June 6, 1987
45 19 American Bar Association—Correspondence—Generall 1978, 1984
45 20 American Bar Association—Correspondence—Generall 1985-1986
45 21 American Bar Association—Correspondence—Generall 1987
45 22 American Bar Association—Correspondence—Generall 1987
45 23 American Bar Association—Correspondence—Generall 1987
45 24 American Bar Association—Correspondence—Generall 1988-1989
45 25 American Bar Association—Correspondence—Generall—Agreement For Trial Observer Program Between US and USSR, ABA/ASL Resolution 1987
45 17 American Bar Association—Standing Committee On World Order Under Law—Recommendation August 1987
45 26 American Civil Liberties Union 1988
45 27 American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA 1977
45 28 American Constitution Committee Fremont, CA 1987-1988
45 29 American Federation Of Labor and Congress Of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)—Correspondence—Generall 1978-1980
45 30 American Federation Of Labor and Congress Of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)— Free Trade Union News, V.32 N.8-9, V.33 N.7-9, 12 1977-1978
45 31 American Federation Of Labor and Congress Of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)— Free Trade Union News, V.34 N.1, 4-9, 10-12 1979
45 32 American Federation Of Labor and Congress Of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)— Free Trade Union News, V.35 N.1-2, 4, 6, 10-11, V.36 N.5, 10 1980-1982
45 33 American Israel Public Affairs Commiteee, Washington, D.C. 1985, 1987
45 34 American Jewish Commitee, N.Y.—Orenstein, Sylvia, Source Book On Soviet Jewry 1981
45 35 American Jewish Commitee, N.Y.—Present Tense V.8 N.1 (1980)—The Saga Of Soviet Jewry By Soviet Jews 1980
45 36 American Jewish Commitee, N.Y.—Publications 1984
45 37 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, N.Y. undated
45 38 American Physical Society—Division Of Solid State Physics 1977
45 39 American Physical Society—List Of Oppressed Scientists They Are Helping 1983
45 40 American Russian Institute, San Francisco, CA 1984
45 41 Amnesty International— A Chronicle Of Current Events N.17, 25-27 1971-1972
45 42 Amnesty International—A Dossier On Conditions In Vladimir Prison, USSR February 1977
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46 20 Amnesty International—Amser (Netherlands) Bulletin 1979-1980
46 21 Amnesty International—Andreyev, Yuri, Zionism—Preaching and Practice [Moscow—Novosti Press Agency] 1988
46 22 Amnesty International—Andropov, Yuri 1982-1984
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45 43 Amnesty International—Coalition For Soviet Freedom, R. Bublil 1974
45 44 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1970
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46 1 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1972
46 2 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1973
46 3 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1974
46 4 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1975
46 5 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1976
46 6 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1977
46 7 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1978
46 8 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1979
46 9 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1980
46 10 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1981
46 11 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1982
46 12 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1983
46 13 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall 1991
46 14 Amnesty International—Correspondence—Generall undated
46 15 Amnesty International—Kheifets, Mikhail—Transcript Of Trial Of 1975 1975
46 16 Amnesty International—Letters To The Soviet Authorities. A Handbook Of Advice For AI Groups July 1977
46 17 Amnesty International—On The Application Of The Soviet Criminal Law Against "Anti-Soviet Agitation and Propaganda” February 1, 1976
46 18 Amnesty International—Publications and Misc undated
46 19 Amnesty International—USSR—Human Rights In Transition February 1989
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51 37 Annual Report 1977
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115 25 Anti-Communism, The Main Line Of Zionism (Moscow—Novosti Press Agency) 1972
115 27 Antisemitism In USSR 1977-1980
115 28 Antisemitism In USSR 1982
115 29 Antisemitism In USSR 1983
115 30 Antisemitism In USSR 1984
115 31 Antisemitism In USSR 1985-1986
115 32 Antisemitism In USSR 1987
115 33 Antisemitism In USSR 1988
115 34 Antisemitism In USSR 1989
115 35 Antisemitism In USSR 1989
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46 27 Antisemitism In USSR 1990
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116 1 Antisemitism In USSR Reports 1988-1990
116 2 Antisemitism In USSR Reports 1991-1993
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46 23 Antisemitism In USSR—Antisemitism and Emigration (Includes Translation Of The Pamyat Manifesto) 1989-1990
46 24 Antisemitism In USSR—Antisemitism Documentary 1990
46 25 Antisemitism In USSR—Fact Sheet On Soviet Anti-Semitism 1967
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115 26 Antisemitism In USSR—In Science 1979
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46 26 Antisemitism In USSR—In Science 1982-1983
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116 3 Antisemitism Research Project—By Pamela Cohen April 3, 1991
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46 28 Arizona Action For Soviet Jewry 1989
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116 4 Arizona Action For Soviet Jewry Phoenix, AZ 1980
116 5 Arizona Action For Soviet Jewry Phoenix, AZ 1976-1980
116 6 Arizona Action For Soviet Jewry Phoenix, AZ—Rescue Newsletter 1976-1978
116 7 Arizona Action For Soviet Jewry Phoenix, AZ—Rescue Newsletter 1979-1980
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46 29 Arizona Council On Soviet Jewry Rescue 1979-1982
46 30 Aron, Bill, "By Spirit Alone—Jewish Life In The Soviet Union," Jewish Monthly February 1984
46 31 Arshach Applied Science Laboratories Rosh-Pinna, Israel 1980
46 32 Association For Computing Machinery (ACM)—Computer Scientists Whose Scientific Freedom and Human Rights Have Been Violated 1981
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121 8 Attempted Coup In The USSR August 1991
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46 33 Attorney's List For Refugee Assistance 1989
46 34 Aumann, Moshe, The Palestinian Labyrinth—A Way Out 1985
46 35 Austin, Anthony, "Russia—Shadow and Substance" New York Times Magazine August 30, 1981
46 36 Azbel, David 1972
46 37 Bank Loans To USSR 1985-1988
46 38 Bay Area Jewish Newsletter 1983-1984
46 39 Begun, Yosif—"Tarbut" Association For Jewish Self-Education In The USSR, Jerusalem, Yosif Begun. The Struggle Of Jewish Culture In The USSR 1979
46 40 Belgrade 1977
46 41 Belotserkovsky, Vadim, "What Is Russian Anti-Semitism?" Midstream April 1987
46 42 Benjamin, Sheldon, Compendium On Soviet Dissent. Part One—Soviet Jewish Studies—A Guide To Periodical Resources 1979
46 43 Berman, Dmitri 1989, 1991
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116 8 Berman, Dmitry 1991
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46 44 Berman, Rep. Howard—Amendment To H.R.1415 (Appropriations To State Dept. Refugee Programs) 1991
46 45 Bernstein, Myron S.—List Of Political Letters Filed With Rep. Barbara Boxer 1985
46 46 Bibliographies On Jews In The Soviet Union 1985
46 47 Bibliotheque Juive Contemporaine, Paris 1971-1972
46 48 Bloch, Ruth Zurich, Switzerland—Reports Of Telephone Conversations With Soviet Refuseniks 1984
46 50 B'nai B'rith—"Adopt A College Age Refusenik. A Soviet Jewry Kit” June 8, 1985
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47 7 B'nai B'rith—"How To Emigrate To Israel From The USSR By A Jewish Activist In The Soviet Union Who Must Remain Anonymous” February 1, 1982
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46 49 B'nai B'rith—A Uniquely Jewish List. The Refuseniks Of Russia 1987
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47 2 B'nai B'rith—Anti-Defamation League (ADL) 1984
47 1 B'nai B'rith—Anti-Defamation League (ADL)—"The Jews Of Russia—A Question Of Human Rights" The Record 1980
47 3 B'nai B'rith—Anti-Defamation League (ADL)—"Trapped In The Soviet Union. Jewish Prisoners Of Conscience and Refuseniks” June 6, 1985
47 4 B'nai B'rith—Correspondence—Generall 1973, 1977-1980
47 5 B'nai B'rith—Correspondence—Generall 1982-1983, 1986-1987
47 6 B'nai B'rith—Eisenberg, Warren "The Jackson-Vanik Amendment In A New Era. What Are The Jewish Community's Options?” June 11, 1985
47 10 B'nai B'rith—Korey, William—Articles By 1966, 1968, 1970, 1973-1974, 1977, 1980-1987, 1990
47 11 B'nai B'rith—Leadership Development Day October 29, 1989
47 13 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1975
47 14 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1976
47 15 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1977
47 16 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1978
47 17 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1979
47 18 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1980
47 19 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1981
47 20 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1982
47 21 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1983
47 22 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1984
47 23 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1985
47 24 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR 1986-1987
47 12 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR (Includes "Glossary For Volume III”) May 27, 1985
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48 1 Board Of Deputies Of British Jews, London—Jews In The USSR—Indexes For 1982-1983, 1985-1986
48 3 Board Of Rabbis Of Northern California 1968-1969, 1979-1985, 1987-1989
48 4 Bogomolny, Benjamin and Tatyana—Committee For 1986
48 5 Bonner, Dr. Elena—Articles By 1980, 1983, 1986, 1990
48 6 Bonner, Dr. Elena—Visit To San Francisco, CA (Includes Biography of Her and Sakharov) March 1990
48 7 Bowers, Faubion "Only—and Lonely—In America" New York Times Magazine September 26, 1976
48 8 Boxer, Rep. Barbara 1983-1988
48 9 Bradley, Sen. Bill "The Implications Of Soviet New Thinking” October 10, 1987
48 10 Brafman, Morris, Articles By 1980, 1983
48 11 Brandeis-Bardin Institute Brandeis, CA 1982
48 12 Braynin, Boris—Rally For August 25, 1988
48 14 Brezhnev, Leonid—Petition To Re.: Harsh Treatment Of Jews 1976
48 13 Brezhnev, Leonid—Newspaper Clippings About 1976-1982
48 15 Brochures—From Various Soviet Jewry Groups 1982-1984
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116 9 Brodsky, Joseph—Article About 1973
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48 16 Bronfman, Edgar 1984-1985
48 17 Brzezinski, Zbigniew—Articles By 1982, 1987
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116 10 Bukovsky, Vladimir The Peace Movement and The Soviet Union (N.Y.: Orwell Press) 1982
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64 8 Bukovsky, Vladimir and Dr. Semyon Gluzman—A Manual On Psychiatry For Dissidents 1976
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48 18 Bukovsky, Vladimir—Articles By 1984, 1991
48 19 Businessmen In USSR 1978, 1983
48 20 Butman, Hillel—Review Of From Leningrad To Jerusalem 1975 , 1990
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116 11 California Council Project 1985
116 12 Canadian Committee For Soviet Jewry, Toronto 1972
116 13 Canadian Committee For Soviet Jewry, Toronto 1976
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48 22 Canadian Committee For Soviet Jewry, Toronto 1976, 1981
48 23 Canadian Women's Petition For Human Rights 1976
48 24 Cancer Group—Refuseniks Who While Waiting For Permission To Emigrate Were Stricken With Cancer 1986-1987
48 26 Carter, Pres. Jimmy—Newspaper Clippings 1977-1978
48 25 Cartoons 1985
48 27 Caucasus Network, The, Esopus, NY 1987-1990
48 28 CAUSA USA (Anti-Communist) 1983
48 21 CBS Face The Nation—Interview Of Sec. Cyrus Vance Re.: Soviet Dissidents February 27, 1977
48 29 Ceelen, Andrew—Interviewed By Deborah Louria July 29, 1991
48 30 Center For Appeals For Freedom, N.Y. Freedom Appeals 1980-1982
48 31 Center For Jewish Renewal, San Francisco, CA, CJR News Brief V.2 N.8 March 24, 1992
48 32 Center For US-USSR Initiatives, San Francisco, CA 1985
48 33 Central Conference Of American Rabbis—Resolution Adopted At Annual Convention June 24-27, 1985
48 34 Chernin, Albert D. "Jews Of The Soviet Union—1970" At National Conference Of Jewish Communal Service Annual Meeting 1970
48 35 Chernobelsky, Naum 1988
48 36 Chernobilsky, Boris 1988
48 37 Chernyak, Yuri Borisovich 1986
48 38 Chevron—Possible Joint Petrochemical Venture With USSR 1988
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116 14 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—Correspondence—Generall 1968-1978
116 15 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—Correspondence—Generall 1980-1983
116 16 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—Correspondence—Generall 1984-1986
116 17 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—Correspondence—Generall 1987-1989
116 18 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—Refusenik Newsletter 1979-1982
116 19 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—Refusenik Newsletter 1983-1985
116 20 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—Refusenik Newsletter 1986-1989, 1992-1993
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48 46 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Children's Letters To Refusenik Children July 1982
48 47 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Christian Committee For The Defense Of Believers' Rights In The USSR 1977-1978
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49 1 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Christian Groups 1979-1984
49 2 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Citron, Dr. Samuel J., "Resource Teaching Unit On Soviet Jewry and Ceremony Of Protest and Solidarity With Russian Jewry” May 23, 1985
49 3 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Coalition To Free Soviet Jews, N.Y. "A Powerful Voice Will Set Them Free. A Soviet Jewry Activists Handbook” May 29, 1985
49 4 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Colorado Committee Of Concern For Soviet Jewry 1971-1972, 1979, 1981, 1983
49 5 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Colvin, Jeffrey D. "Soviet Jews and Arms Control” June 7, 1985
49 6 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Comite De Quinze, Paris 1981, 1985-1986
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48 42 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Mednick, Susan Before The Doors Close... June 1, 1985
48 43 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Refusenik 1979-1985, 1988-1989, 1992
48 44 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Stolar, Abe 1978
48 45 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Tallman, Marilyn and Betty Kahn "Let My People Go. A Curriculum For The Study Of Jewish History In Russia...” undated
48 40 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—"Description Of A Disease” May 1, 1982
48 41 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—"Let My People Go"—Haggadah Supplement undated
48 39 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—Generall 1978, 1984-1986, 1988, 1990-1992
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45 4 Chronicle Of Human Rights In The USSR, A, Nos. 1-2, 8, 28-29, 35, 39, 41, 45-46 1973, 1977-1978
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116 21 Cincinnati Council For Soviet Jews, Cincinnati, OH 1971
116 22 Cleveland Council On Soviet Anti-Semitism, Cleveland, OH 1970
116 23 Coalition To Free Soviet Jews (Formerly Greater New York Conference On Soviet Jewry) 1979
116 24 Colorado Committee Of Concern For Soviet Jewry, Denver, CO 1971
116 25 Colorado Committee Of Concern For Soviet Jewry, Denver, CO 1983
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117 1 Comite Des Quinze, Paris 1979
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49 7 Committee For International Human Rights, Washington, D.C. 1985
49 8 Committee Of Concerned Scientist—Correspondence—Generall 1973-1974
49 9 Committee Of Concerned Scientist—Correspondence—Generall 1976-1983
49 10 Committee To Save Jews In Arab Countries, San Francisco, CA—American Sephardi Foundation, N.Y. 1973
49 11 Committee To Save Jews In Arab Countries, San Francisco, CA—Badillo, Rep. Herman 1973
49 12 Committee To Save Jews In Arab Countries, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1973-1974
49 13 Committee To Save Jews In Arab Countries, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1973-1974
49 14 Committee To Save Jews In Arab Countries, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1973-1975
49 15 Committee To Save Jews In Arab Countries, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1975-1976
49 16 Concert For Soviet Jews Los Angeles, CA September 7, 1987
49 17 Conference Of Presidents Of Major American Jewish Organizations, N.Y. 1970, 1984
49 18 Conference On Alternatives In Jewish Education, N.Y. 1984-1985
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117 2 Conference On The Status Of Soviet Jews, Carnegie International Center, NY October 12, 1963
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49 19 Congregation Ner Tamid, San Francisco, CA 1979
49 20 Congregation Shir Hadash, Los Gatos, CA—Postcards Mailed To Soviet Jews 1984
49 21 Cotler, Prof. Irwin, "Inside The Gulag," Jerusalem Post Weekend Magazine November 2, 1990
49 22 Council Of Jewish Federations, N.Y.—General Assembly, San Francisco, CA November 1978
49 23 Cran, William "Yulya's Diary" WGBH, Boston 1980
49 24 Cullen, Robert B., "Soviet Jewry" Foreign Affairs undated
49 25 Curriculum 1982-1984
49 26 Dahlburg, John-Thor, "To Go Or To Stay?" Los Angeles Times Magazine August 25, 1991
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117 3 Dallas Action For Soviet Jewry, Dallas, TX 1986
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49 27 Decter, Moshe—Articles By 1970, 1973, 1976, 1978
49 28 Defectors—Newspaper Clippings 1974-1984
49 29 Democratic Convention—Soviet Jewry Demonstration 1988
49 30 Democrats For The 80s—Democratic Fact Book 1984
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50 1 Dershowitz, Alan 1979
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117 4 Des Moines Action Committee For Soviet Jews, Des Moines, IA 1984
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50 2 Détente—Newspaper Clippings and Articles 1978, 1983
50 3 Detroit Committee For Soviet Jewry 1975
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117 5 Detroit Committee For Soviet Jewry, Detroit, MI 1976
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50 4 Directory Of World Jewish Press and Publications 1984
50 5 Discrimination Against Jews In Soviet Science and Higher Education undated
50 6 Dissident Labor Union In USSR 1978
50 7 Dissidents In The Ukraine 1980-1984
50 8 Dissidents In The USSR 1969-1972
50 9 Dissidents In The USSR 1973-1975
50 10 Dissidents In The USSR 1977
50 11 Dissidents In The USSR 1978-1979
50 12 Dissidents In The USSR 1980
50 13 Dissidents In The USSR 1981-1984
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117 6 Divided Spouses undated
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50 14 Donahue, Phil 1986
50 15 Drinan, Rep. Robert F., Articles By 1981-1982
50 16 Drinan, Rep. Robert F., General 1972
50 17 Drug Libel—KGB Linking Drugs To Jewish Ritual (Includes BACSJ Press Release) 1984
50 18 Dubnov-Erlich, Sophie, "The Odessa Circle," Moment December 1984
50 19 Dymally, Rep. Mervyn M., "Dymally, Israel and World Jewry” July 1, 1988
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117 7 Dymshitz, Mark 1979
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50 20 Edelshtein, Yuli—Transcript Of Trial and Newspaper Clipping 1984
50 21 Electrochemical Society, Inc.—Resolution Passed Concerning Emigration From USSR May 14, 1974
50 22 Emergency Coalition For Soviet Jews, San Francisco, CA undated
50 26 Emigration 1972-1979
50 28 Emigration 1979
50 29 Emigration 1980
50 30 Emigration 1981
50 31 Emigration 1982
50 32 Emigration 1983, 1987
50 33 Emigration 1990-1991
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117 8 Emigration Figures undated
117 9 Emigration General undated
117 10 Emigration Law 1990-1991
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50 34 Emigration—"Legal Problems Of Refusal To Emigration. Publications Of The Moscow Legal Consultative-Practical Seminar Of Refuseniks” May 1, 1988
50 27 Emigration—"Pre-1979 and Unknown Dates” June 1, 1985
50 35 Emigration—"Public Council For Monitoring OVIR In USSR" (?)—Contains Materials Re.: Emigration, Status Of Human Rights In The USSR, Anti-Semitism, Etc. 1990
50 24 Emigration—East European Emigration Policies 1987
50 25 Emigration—Excerpts From Constitutions Of Various Countries Which Have Emigration Articles 1987
50 23 Emigration—Soviet Jewish Emigration 1954-1992
50 36 Espoir—French Soviet Jewry Group 1985
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72 1 Exodus—Correspondence 1971-1973
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50 38 Exodus—The Russian Jewry Simulation Game—Behrman House, Inc. 1974
50 37 Eyal, Eli "The Suppression Of Jewish Cultural Rights In The Soviet Union"—Copenhagen Meeting Of The Brussels Conference undated
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51 1 Fain, Prof. Benjamin, "A Background Of Present Jewish Cultural Movement In The Soviet Union” June 6, 1985
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117 11 Fainberg, Michael and Faena 1986
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51 2 Fascell, Rep. Dante B. "Did Human Rights Survive Belgrade?" Foreign Policy N. 31 Summer 1978
51 3 Feig, Dr. Konnilyn—Briefings For The Councils and Recommendations July 1985
51 4 Feig, Dr. Konnilyn—Confidential Materials undated
51 5 Feig, Dr. Konnilyn—Council Briefings and Recommendations August 1985
51 6 Feig, Dr. Konnilyn—Soviet Briefing Material For Council Travelers 1985
51 7 Feig, Dr. Konnilyn—The Soviet Union—The Second Journey July 1985
51 8 Feig, Dr. Konnilyn—Trip Report July 1985
51 9 Fein, Leonard "Let My People Go..." Moment undated
51 10 Feminists In The Soviet Union 1980-1984
51 11 Flory, Paul J. (Includes "Science In A Divided World—Conditions For Cooperation" Freedom At Issue) 1984, 1986
51 12 Fonda, Jane—"Committee To Explain The Fonda Syndrome” June 1, 1985
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117 12 Fradkova, Nadezhda undated
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51 13 Frauenglas, Robert A., "Rough Treatment Of Soviet Jewry Commercial Feature—TV Film Project” June 9, 1985
51 15 Freedom House, N.Y.—General 1980-1984, 1986
51 14 Freedom House, N.Y.—Freedom At Issue 1982-1986
51 16 Fresno, CA—Soviet Jewry Group In 1984-1985
51 17 Gay Activists 1983
51 18 Gelb, Barbara, "Ten Days That Shook Me Up In Russia," New York Times Magazine September 18, 1977
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117 13 General—Material From Other Councils What Was Never Filed 1991
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51 19 Geneva Summit, November 1985
51 20 Gerber, Dr. Alla—Visit By December 1991
51 21 Gerjuoy, Edward—Correspondence and Resume 1982-1983, 1985-1986
51 22 Gidwitz, Betsy—Articles By 1983-1985
51 23 Gilbert, Martin undated, 1970, 1983, 1985, 1988
51 24 Gimpelson, Gregory 1987-1988
51 25 Gitelman, Zvi—Articles By 1971, 1973-1974, 1980
51 26 Glasnost 1987, 1989
51 27 Glizer, Mark 1992
51 28 Gluzman, Dr. Semyon 1985-1986
51 29 Goldstein, Grigory and Isai 1975, 1981
51 30 Golger, Peter 1990
51 32 Gorbachev, Mikhail—"Gorby Vigil” December 7, 1988
51 31 Gorbachev, Mikhail—Articles and Newspaper Clippings About 1985, 1988-1989
51 33 Gorbachev, Mikhail—Visit To San Francisco, CA June 1990
51 34 Gorbachev, Mikhail—Visit To San Francisco, CA June 1990
51 35 Gould, Nathan, A Not So Distant Mirror (Women's American ORT, Inc.) 1980
51 36 Grassley, Sen. Charles E., "A Visit With Soviet Jews," Saturday Evening Post September 1983
51 39 Greenberg, Blu, "A New Jewish Renaissance," Hadassah June-July 1977
51 40 Grigoryants, Sergei I. 1983, 1988
51 41 Gruber, Ruth 1985
51 42 Haley, P. Edward, "'You Could Have Said Yes'—Lessons From Reykjavik" Orbis Spring 1987
51 43 Hannum, Hurst, The Right To Leave and Return In International Law and Practice (Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers) 1987
51 44 Hatikva Soviet Jewry Journal V.1 N.4-5,7 1986
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117 14 Hawaii Group For Soviet Jews 1980
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51 45 Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, N.Y.—Immigration Into U.S. 1990
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52 1 Helsinki Accords—Compliance Act 1985
52 2 Helsinki Accords—General 1975-1979, 1985
52 3 Helsinki Accords—Helsinki and Human Rights—General 1976-1977
52 4 Helsinki Accords—Helsinki Watch, N.Y. 1983
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51 46 Helsinki Accords—Commission Of Inquiry (UCSJ) Into Soviet Violations Of December 1986
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115 17 Hidden World, A, 1986 Calendar—Photographs Of Soviet Jewish Life 1986
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52 5 High School Russia Trip 1987
52 6 Hodnett, Grey "The Pattern Of Leadership Politics” undated
52 9 Holocaust, General 1985
52 8 Holocaust Center Of Northern California, San Francisco, CA 1987
52 7 Holocaust Center—Invitation To 1991
52 10 Holocaust Media Project, San Francisco, CA 1985
52 11 Holocaust Panel 1984
52 12 Houston Action For Soviet Jewry 1992
52 13 Hughson, Dean, "A Short Story About What Is Happening To The Jews Who Remain Behind In The Soviet Union” June 13, 1985
52 14 Human Rights—MacNeil and Lehrer Report February 10, 1981
52 15 Human Rights (In The USSR)—Newspaper Clippings (Includes Violations Of Human Rights In Vietnam) 1978, 1982, 1984
52 17 Human Rights Internet, Washington, D.C.—Newsletter 1978-1979
52 21 Human Rights Internet, Washington, D.C.—Newsletter— Reporter—Indexes To V.4,5,6 1979-1981
52 18 Human Rights Internet, Washington, D.C.— Reporter 1980
52 19 Human Rights Internet, Washington, D.C.— Reporter 1981
52 20 Human Rights Internet, Washington, D.C.— Reporter 1982-1983
52 16 Human Rights Internet, Washington, D.C.—General 1978-1979, 1984
52 22 Human Rights Watch and Americas Watch 1990-1991
52 23 Huneke, Douglas K., "The Face Of Soviet Anti-Zionism," San Francisco Chronicle July 2, 1983
52 24 Index On Censorship 1978, 1984
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72 2 Info—Jerry Westin Telephone Calls (Includes Harold Light Correspondence) 1970, 1974
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52 25 Inside The USSR Time Special Issue June 23, 1980
52 26 Insight Soviet Jews, London 1975-1976
52 27 Insight Soviet Jews, London 1977-1979
52 28 Insight Soviet Jews, London 1980-1983
52 29 International Children's Day June 1, 1987
52 30 International Conference On Soviet Jewry, Jerusalem March 15-17, 1983
52 31 International Congress Of Mathematicians, UC Berkeley August 1986
52 32 International Helsinki Federation For Human Rights, Vienna 1984
52 33 International Law undated
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117 15 International Physicians' Commission For The Protection Of Prisoners Highland Park, IL undated
117 16 International Political Science Association—Meeting In Moscow 1979
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52 34 International Presidium On Soviet Jewry, Washington, D.C. 1982
52 35 Interreligious Task Force For Soviet Jews Tiburon, CA 1987-1989
52 36 Intrator, Genya 1975, 1991-1992
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53 6 Israel—Aliyah 1977
53 9 Israel— Jewish Chronicle—Israel's 25th Anniversary Commemorative Issue May 4, 1973
53 5 Israel Action Committee, Berkeley, CA 1979
53 7 Israel Education Day 1985
53 8 Israel Expo May 31, 1987
53 10 Israel Program For Scientific Translations, Ltd., Jerusalem , A Pictorial History Of The Jewish People 1973
53 12 Israel Public Council For Soviet Jewry, Tel Aviv—Information On Soviet Jewish Refuseniks 1980
53 13 Israel Public Council For Soviet Jewry, Tel Aviv—Scientists Committee News Bulletin 1978-1983
53 11 Israel Public Council For Soviet Jewry, Tel Aviv—Focus Soviet Jewry 1987-1988
53 14 Israel Research Committee For Soviet Jewry, Natanya 1978
53 15 Israel Today 1985-1987
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52 37 Israel—Consulate—Information Sheets On POCs and Refuseniks 1982-1987
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53 1 Israeli Consulate 1984-1986
53 2 Israeli Ministry For Foreign Affairs, "The Problem Of Soviet Jewry" Answers and Questions Pamphlet #7 1971
53 3 Israeli Ministry Of Immigrant Absorption Immigrant Absorption 1977
53 4 Israeli U.N. Mission—Statement By Ambassador Shabtai Rosenne On Prevention Of Discrimination and Protection Of Minorities March 1968
53 16 J.A.C.O.B.'S Letter (Jewish Arts Community Of The Bay, San Francisco, CA) 1981, 1984
53 17 Jackson, Sen. Henry M.—Freedom To Write and Publish—Statements To Senate Hearings On November 18, 1975
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117 17 Jackson-Vanik Amendment 1988-1993
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53 19 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Brock-Jackson Resolution Regarding The Persecution Of The Jews and Other Minorities In Russia S. Con. Res. 33 1971
53 20 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall 1973
53 21 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall 1973
53 22 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall 1974
53 23 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall 1978
53 24 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall 1985
53 25 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall 1986-1987
53 26 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall 1989
53 27 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall 1989
53 29 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall—"Jackson-Vanik—Plus INS” 1988-1989
53 28 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Correspondence—Generall—BACSJ Position On, and UCSJ Material 1989
53 30 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Kissinger-Jackson Agreement 1973-1975
53 31 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Mehlman, William, "A Case Of Bad Faith—Jackson-Vanik-Mills and The Jewish Establishment," Times Of Israel 1974
53 32 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Wayne Smith Company, Inc., Washington, D.C.—Action Plan For Passage Of 1973
53 18 Jackson-Vanik Amendment—Bergman, Elihu, "The Role Of National Jewish Leadership In Jackson-Mills-Vanik" and Memorandum Of The Status Of The Freedom Of Emigration Legislation 1974, 1976
53 33 Jerusalem Activists For Soviet Jews 1972
53 34 Jewish Community Center—Peninsula 1986-1987
53 35 Jewish Community Center—Petaluma 1984-1985
53 36 Jewish Community Federation, San Francisco, CA—Bay Area Jewish Communal Professionals, San Francisco, CA 1988-1989
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54 1 Jewish Community Federation, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1982-1983
54 2 Jewish Community Federation, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1984
54 3 Jewish Community Federation, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1985-1986, 1991-1992
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56 7 Jewish Community Federation—BACSJ Budget Proposal Presentation 1976
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54 18 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—"Understanding The Soviet Jewry Problem—The Four Periods” August 1, 1977
54 6 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1976
54 7 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1977
54 8 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1978
54 9 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1979
54 10 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1980-1982
54 11 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1982-1983
54 12 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1982-1986
54 13 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1983-1984
54 14 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Pesach Project 1978
54 15 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Raab, Earl (Executive Director) 1970, 1976, 1980, 1985
54 16 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Soviet Jewry Commission 1977-1978, 1980
54 17 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Soviet Jewry Commission 1987
54 5 Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), San Francisco, CA—Bills Submitted To JCRC By BACSJ 1979, 1981-1982
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117 18 Jewish Community Relations Council Of Greater Philadelphia—Soviet Jewry Council 1970
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54 4 Jewish Community Relations Council Of Greater Philadelphia Newsletter 1982-1983
54 19 Jewish Cultural Activities and Contacts In The Soviet Union 1989
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47 9 Jewish Defense League (JDL)—Newspaper Clippings 1971
47 8 Jewish Defense League (JDL)—"Jewish Defense League. Friend Or Foe?” undated
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54 20 Jewish Education Council Of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties—Seder For Soviet Jewry April 7, 1968
54 21 Jewish Family Service, San Francisco, CA—Inter-Agency Committee On Emigre Services- Correspondence—Generall 1977-1979
54 22 Jewish Family Service, San Francisco, CA—Inter-Agency Committee On Emigre Services- Correspondence—Generall 1980
54 23 Jewish Family Service, San Francisco, CA—Inter-Agency Committee On Emigre Services- Correspondence—Generall 1981-1982
54 24 Jewish Family Service, San Francisco, CA—Inter-Agency Committee On Emigre Services- Correspondence—Generall 1983
54 26 Jewish Federation Of Greater San Jose—Correspondence—Generall 1973, 1977-1983
54 27 Jewish Federation Of Greater San Jose—Correspondence—Generall 1987
54 25 Jewish Federation Of The Greater East Bay 1983
54 28 Jewish Federation Of The North Shore, Inc. 1982
54 29 Jewish Institute For National Security Affairs Newsletter V.5 N.9 October 1987
54 30 Jewish Minorities Research, N.Y. "The New Soviet Version Of The Protocols Of The Elders Of Zion October 18, 1967
54 31 Jewish Republicans 1982
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117 19 Jewish Student Action Coalition, Los Angeles, CA 1978
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54 32 Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc., N.Y.— JTA Weekly News Digest 1969, 1972
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56 8 Jewish Welfare Federation, San Francisco, CA—"JWF Budget 1976" (Includes BACSJ 1975Annual Report and Financial Info) 1975, 1976
56 14 Jewish Welfare Federation, San Francisco, CA—"JWF Case" (Includes Harold Light Correspondence and BACSJ Financial Info) 1967-1973
56 12 Jewish Welfare Federation, San Francisco, CA—BACSJ Budget Allocation 1980
56 9 Jewish Welfare Federation, San Francisco, CA—BACSJ Budget Proposal (Includes Lengthy Description Of Programs) 1977
56 11 Jewish Welfare Federation, San Francisco, CA—BACSJ Budget Proposal (Includes Supporting Material) 1979
56 10 Jewish Welfare Federation, San Francisco, CA—BACSJ Budget Proposal (Includes Supporting Material About The BACSJ) 1978
56 13 Jewish Welfare Federation, San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall (Includes Harold and Selma Light Correspondence and BACSJ Financial Info) 1969-1977
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57 1 Jewish Welfare Federation, San Francisco, CA—Leadership Development Committee Home Study Programs On Soviet Jewry 1977
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53 37 Jewish Welfare Federation—Correspondence—Generall 1975-1979
53 38 Jewish Welfare Federation—Correspondence—Generall 1980-1981
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57 2 Jewish Women For Emigration and Survival In Refusal—Hunger Strike Moscow March 8-10, 1989
57 3 Jewish Women's Newsletter, Berkeley, CA 1986-1987
57 4 Jews In Eastern Europe V.4 N.6-7, V.5 N.3 1971, 1973
57 5 Jews Who Remain In The USSR 1989-1990
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54 33 JTA Daily News Bulletin February 1973-June 1973
54 34 JTA Daily News Bulletin July 1973-December 1973
54 35 JTA Daily News Bulletin January 1974-June 1974
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55 1 JTA Daily News Bulletin July 1974-December 1974
55 2 JTA Daily News Bulletin January 1975-June 1975
55 3 JTA Daily News Bulletin July 1975-December 1975
55 4 JTA Daily News Bulletin January 1976-June 1976
55 5 JTA Daily News Bulletin July 1976-September 1976
55 6 JTA Daily News Bulletin January 1980-June 1980
55 7 JTA Daily News Bulletin July 1980-December 1980
55 8 JTA Daily News Bulletin 1981
55 9 JTA Daily News Bulletin 1982
55 10 JTA Daily News Bulletin 1984
55 11 JTA Daily News Bulletin 1985, 1987
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56 1 JTA Daily News Bulletin January 1988-June 1988
56 2 JTA Daily News Bulletin July 1988-December 1988
56 3 JTA Daily News Bulletin January 1989-June 1989
56 4 JTA Daily News Bulletin July 1989-December 1989
56 5 JTA Daily News Bulletin January 1990-June 1990
56 6 JTA Daily News Bulletin July 1990-December 1990
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57 6 Kagedan, Allan, "Jackson-Vanik and Its Critics" Freedom At Issue July-August 1987
57 7 Kaiser, Robert G., "The Soviet Pretense" Foreign Affairs undated
57 8 Kazachkov, Mikhail Petrovich 1989
57 9 Kelman, Boris—Rescue Day September 12, 1989
57 10 Kemp, Rep. Jack F. 1971-1973, 1987
57 11 Kennedy, Sen. Edward M. 1973-1974, 1986
57 12 Keren Matzoh Fund For Russian Jews, N.Y. undated
57 13 Khassina, Natasha 1987-1988
57 14 Kidsgrams For Soviet Jewry 1985
57 15 Knisbacher, Mitchell, "Aliyah Of Soviet Jews—Protection Of The Right Of Emigration Under International Law," Harvard International Law Journal V.14 N.1 1973
57 16 Kontinent V.1 N.2 and 3 and Press Conference At The Apartment Of Fr. Dimitri Dudko April 27, 1977, 1978
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117 20 Kosharovksy, Yuli, "Letter From Moscow" Hadassah Magazine May 1988
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57 17 Kotlyar, Natan 1986-1987
57 18 Kraslin, Victor, "How I Was Broken By The K.G.B." New York Times Magazine March 18, 1984
57 19 Kresin, Dr. Vladimir, "Jewish Emigration From The USSR” June 3, 1985
57 20 Kupershmidt, Vladimir 1989
57 21 Kuznetsov, Eduard 1972, 1980-1981
57 22 Laqueur, Walter, "Beyond Glasnost" Commentary 1987
57 23 Lawyers For Soviet Jewry—Packet undated
57 24 Lee, Andrea , "An English Lesson For Moscow Jews," New York Times Magazine September 7, 1980
57 25 Lefever, Ernest W. (Includes "The Trivialization Of Human Rights" Policy Review and Statement In Opposition to) 1978, 1981
57 26 Lerner, Alexander, "Emigration Or Culture? Which Is More Important?” September 1976, 1988
57 27 Les Juifs En Union Sovietique. Bulletin D'Information, Paris 1977-1978
57 28 Levich, Benjamin 1974-1975
57 29 Lewis, William H., "Foreign Policy Under President Carter” June 1, 1980
57 30 Lifshitz, Vladimir 1986-1987
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48 2 Light On Soviet Jewry. Report Of A Conference On Jews In The USSR, London June 15, 1969
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117 21 Lipkin, Geraldine Et Al—U.S. V—Protest In Front Of Soviet Embassy Washington, D.C. October 22, 1985
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57 31 Lithuanian Information Center, Brooklyn—Lithuanian Prisoners Of Conscience January 1984
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117 22 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1972-1973
117 23 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1975-1977
117 24 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1978-1980, 1982-1985
117 25 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1986-1987
117 26 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1988-1990
117 27 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry, NY—Soviet Jewry Report 1979, 1981-1988
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57 33 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry—"The Case Of Dr. Mikhail Shtern” May 28, 1985
57 34 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—Generall 1974-1983
57 35 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—Generall 1984-1987, 1989-1990
57 36 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry—Information On Refuseniks 1980-1981, 1983, 1986
57 37 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry—Singer, Lynn and Grayce Perlbinder—Life Behind The 'Gates Of Hell' January 1979
57 32 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry—Annual Freedom Dinner—"We Speak For Soviet Jews"—Packet 1982
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117 28 Los Alamos Committee On Soviet Anti-Semitism, Los Alamas, NM 1979
117 29 Los Angeles Federation Council, Los Angeles, CA 1989
117 30 Los Angeles For Soviet Jewry—Southern California Council, Also California Medical Action Committee For Soviet Jewry 1971
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57 38 Magarshak, Yuri—Schedule For November 3-6, 1989
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117 31 Manchester Council For Soviet Jewry, Cheshire, England 1981
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57 39 Mandelbaum, Michael and Strobe Talbott, "Reykjavik and Beyond", Foreign Affairs undated
57 40 MAOZ—Society For Liberation Of Soviet Jewry, Tel Aviv 1980, 1982
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117 32 Martynov, Ivan 1986
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57 41 Masada December 1972-January 1973
57 42 Massover, Yuri 1991
57 43 Media Alliance—"People Behind The News. A Guide To Accessible Bay Area Journalists” undated
57 44 Medical Mobilization For Soviet Jewry—Appelbaum, Dr. Paul—Articles By undated, 1977-1980
57 46 Medical Mobilization For Soviet Jewry—Bay Area Chapter, "Dear Colleague" Letters 1980
57 45 Medical Mobilization For Soviet Jewry—Bay Area Chapter, Correspondence—Generall 1978-1979
57 47 Medical Mobilization For Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—Generall 1974-1977
57 48 Medical Mobilization For Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—Generall, "From 1979” 1979-1984
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58 1 Mendelevich, Joseph 1981-1982
58 2 Minnesota Action Committee For Soviet Jewry Minneapolis, MN 1973-1974, 1982
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117 33 Minnesota-Dakotas Action Committee For Soviet Jewry, Minneapolis, MN and National Adopt-A-Family Data Bank—General 1971
117 34 Minnesota-Dakotas Action Committee For Soviet Jewry, Minneapolis, MN and National Adopt-A-Family Data Bank—General 1974
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118 1 Minnesota-Dakotas Action Committee For Soviet Jewry, Minneapolis, MN and National Adopt-A-Family Data Bank—Soviet Jewry Action Newsletter 1972-1978, 1986-1987
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58 3 Minority Rights Group, London—Religious Minorities In The Soviet Union May 1977
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121 29 Miscellaneous Councils 1979
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58 4 MODI'IN Productions, Waltham, MA 1974
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118 2 Montreal Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry 1970
118 3 Moscow News Fax Digest March 3, 1990, March 10, 1992
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58 5 Moss, Robert, "Terror—A Soviet Export" New York Times Magazine November 2, 1980
58 6 Nashpitz, Mark—The Story Of A Refusenik Dentist (Includes Correspondence) undated
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118 4 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Activities Reports 1977, 1979-1980
118 5 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Beilina, Dina, "An Analysis Of Soviet Statistics On Jewish Emigration” May 31, 1985
118 6 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1972-1974, 1976
118 7 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1977-1978
118 8 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1979
118 9 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1980-1982
118 10 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1983-1984
118 11 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1985
118 12 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1986
118 13 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Correspondence—Generall 1987-1989
118 14 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Goodman, Jerry—Articles About 1979
118 15 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—NCSJ V. Intourist 1986
118 16 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Newsbreak 1985-1986
118 17 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Newsbreak 1987-1989
118 18 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—One Minute To Midnight For Soviet Jews. Briefing Papers On The Soviet Plan To Erase Jewish Life undated
118 19 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, NY—Press Release 1981-1983
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58 7 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—"Bar/Bat Mitzvah Twinnings" Position Paper 1984, 1989
58 19 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—"Where We Stand On Jackson-Vanik” June 11, 1985
58 8 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Calendar Listing Major Events Relevant To US-USSR Relations, Birthdays of POCs and Refuseniks, Etc. 1983
58 9 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—General 1972-1979, 1983, 1988
58 10 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Jackson Amendment 1974
58 11 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.— Newsbreak 1983-1984, 1988-1989
58 12 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—News Bulletin 1975-1979
58 14 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—News Release 1982-1983
58 13 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Newsletter 1972
58 15 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Orphans Of The Exodus—Congressional Vigil 1977
58 16 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Project Yachad 1974
58 17 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Saivetz, Carol R. and Sheila Levin Woods August 12, 1952 The Night Of The Murdered Poets 1972
58 18 National Conference On Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Soviet Jewry Fact and Fiction 1985
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118 20 National Council For Soviet Jewry Of The United Kingdom and Ireland, London 1978
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58 21 National Interreligious Task Force On Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—"From 1981” 1980-1984
58 22 National Interreligious Task Force On Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL (Includes Council Of Churches Mailing List) 1986-1987
58 20 National Interreligious Task Force On Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—General 1976-1980
58 23 National Interreligious Task Force On Soviet Jewry, Chicago, IL—Gillen, Sister Ann 1974, 1977, 1981
58 24 National Jewish Center For Learning and Leadership Freedom Haggadah For Soviet Jewry 1987
58 25 National Jewish Community Relations Council, San Francisco, CA 1969, 1985
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118 21 National Lawyers Committee NY—Questionnaire Re.: Consumer Fraud Against Intourist 1985
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58 26 NBC—"Human Rights—A Soviet-American Debate"—Transcript June 12, 1977
58 27 Near East Report, V.32 N.10 March 7, 1988
58 28 New American V.1 N.10-11—Emigre Voices—Ex-Soviets Speak Out 1986
58 29 New England Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry Boston, MA 1973-1974
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61 24 New York City Commission On Human Rights 1976
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118 23 Newspaper Clippings 1970-1972
118 24 Newspaper Clippings 1973-1974
118 25 Newspaper Clippings 1976-1980
118 26 Newspaper Clippings 1981-1983
118 27 Newspaper Clippings 1986-1987
118 28 Newspaper Clippings 1988-1989
118 29 Newspaper Clippings 1990-1993
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58 30 Newspaper Clippings and Articles 1963-1964
58 31 Newspaper Clippings and Articles 1966
58 32 Newspaper Clippings and Articles 1967
58 33 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January-March 1968
58 34 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April-June 1968
58 35 Newspaper Clippings and Articles August-September 1968
58 36 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October-December 1968
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59 1 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1968
59 2 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1969-March 1969
59 3 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1969-June 1969
59 4 Newspaper Clippings and Articles August 1969-October 1969
59 5 Newspaper Clippings and Articles November 1969-December 1969
59 6 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1970-March 1970
59 7 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1970-June 1970
59 8 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1970-September 1970
59 9 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1970-December 1970
59 10 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1970
59 11 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1971-March 1971
59 12 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1971-June 1971
59 13 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1971-August 1971
59 14 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1971-December 1971
59 15 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1971
59 16 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January,-March 1972
59 17 Newspaper Clippings and Articles May 1972-June 1972
59 18 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1972-September 1972
59 19 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1972-December 1972
59 20 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1972
59 21 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1973-March 1973
59 22 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1973-June 1973
59 23 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1973-September 1973
59 24 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1973-December 1973
59 25 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1973
59 26 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1974-March 1974
59 27 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1974-June 1974
59 28 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1974-September 1974
59 29 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1974-December 1974
59 30 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1974
59 31 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1975-March 1975
59 32 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1975-June 1975
59 33 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1975-September 1975
59 34 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1975-December 1975
59 35 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1975
59 36 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1975-March 1975
59 37 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1975-June 1975
59 38 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1975-September 1975
59 39 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1975-December 1975
59 40 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1976
59 41 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1977-March 1977
59 42 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1977-June 1977
59 43 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1977-September 1977
59 44 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1977-December 1977
59 45 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1977
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60 1 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1978-March 1978
60 2 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1978-June 1978
60 3 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1978-September 1978
60 4 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1978-December 1978
60 5 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1978
60 6 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1979-March 1979
60 7 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1979-June 1979
60 8 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1979-September 1979
60 9 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1979-December 1979
60 10 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1979
60 11 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1980
60 12 Newspaper Clippings and Articles February 1980
60 13 Newspaper Clippings and Articles March 1980
60 14 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1980
60 15 Newspaper Clippings and Articles May 1980
60 16 Newspaper Clippings and Articles June 1980
60 17 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1980-September 1980
60 18 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1980-December 1980
60 19 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1980
60 20 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1981-March 1981
60 21 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1981-June 1981
60 22 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1981-September 1981
60 23 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1981-December 1981
60 24 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1981
60 25 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1982-March 1982
60 26 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1982-June 1982
60 27 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1982-September 1982
60 28 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1982-December 1982
60 29 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1982
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61 1 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1983-March 1983
61 2 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1983-June 1983
61 3 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1983-September 1983
61 4 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1983-December 1983
61 5 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1983
61 6 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1984-March 1984
61 7 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1984-June 1984
61 8 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1984-September 1984
61 9 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1984-December 1984
61 10 Newspaper Clippings and Articles Circa 1984
61 11 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1985-March 1985
61 12 Newspaper Clippings and Articles April 1985-May 1985
61 13 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1985-September 1985
61 14 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1985-December 1985
61 15 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1986-June 1986, August 1986-October 1986, December 1986
61 16 Newspaper Clippings and Articles February 1987-June 1987
61 17 Newspaper Clippings and Articles July 1987-September 1987
61 18 Newspaper Clippings and Articles October 1987
61 19 Newspaper Clippings and Articles November 1987
61 20 Newspaper Clippings and Articles December 1987
61 21 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1988-June 1988
61 22 Newspaper Clippings and Articles August 1988-December 1988
61 23 Newspaper Clippings and Articles January 1989-March 1989, May 1989-September 1989, December 1989
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118 22 Nezavisimaya Gazeta 1992
118 30 Niagara Frontier Council On Soviet Jewry (Formerly Buffalo Committee On Soviet Jewry)—Application For Membership To UCSJ 1972
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61 25 Noah's Ark, V.7 N.4—Newspaper For Jewish Children December 1984
61 26 North American Jewish Students' Network, N.Y. 1973, 1981
61 27 North American Student Zionist Forum, Focus V.2 N.4-5 1978-1979
61 28 North Atlantic Assembly Bulletin #30—Report On Developments Relative To The Humanitarian Provisions Of The CSCE October 1983-December 1983
61 29 Nudel, Bella—Hunger Strike December 1988
61 30 Nudel, Bella—Proxy Wedding With Mikhail Shteynberg, San Francisco, CA, Coverage Of August 16, 1988
61 31 Nudel, Bella—Proxy Wedding With Mikhail Shteynberg, San Francisco, CA, Invitations and General August 16, 1988
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62 1 Nudel, Ida—Beilina, Dina—Talks About Ida Nudel July 1979
62 3 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1978
62 4 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1979
62 5 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1980
62 6 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1981
62 7 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1982
62 8 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1983-1984
62 9 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1985
62 10 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1986
62 11 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1987
62 12 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall 1988-1991
62 2 Nudel, Ida—Correspondence—Generall (Includes Trip Report By E. Brott) June 25, 1978, 1975-1978
62 13 Nudel, Ida—Documents In Russian 1978
62 14 Nudel, Ida—Ida Nudel Committee 1979
62 15 Nudel, Ida—Israel Women For Ida Nudel, Our Ida Nudel, Tel Aviv 1980
62 16 Nudel, Ida—Legal Brief 1978
62 17 Nudel, Ida—Petitions For 1979
62 18 Odom, William E. "Choice and Change In Soviet Politics" Problems Of Communism 1983
62 19 Oil—Miscellaneous, 1986
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118 31 Oklahoma Commission For Soviet Jewry, Tulsa, OK 1981
118 32 Olympics 1980—BACSJ and International Monitoring Committee 1978
118 33 Olympics 1980—BACSJ and International Monitoring Committee 1979
118 34 Olympics 1980—BACSJ and International Monitoring Committee 1980
118 35 Olympics 1980—Correspondence—Mostly Congressional 1978-1979
118 36 Olympics 1980—General (Includes Articles, etc.) 1977-1980
118 37 Olympics 1980—Materials From Other Groups 1978-1980
118 38 Olympics 1980—Newspaper Clippings 1973, 1976
118 39 Olympics 1980—Newspaper Clippings 1978
118 40 Olympics 1980—Newspaper Clippings 1979
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119 1 Olympics 1980—Newspaper Clippings 1980
119 2 Olympics 1980—Unidentified Packet 1977-1978
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63 5 Olympics—"Olympics—Position and Statement” 1978-1980
63 6 Olympics—"Overview Of Media In The Los Angeles Market During...” June 6, 1985
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62 20 Olympics—Berlin 1936 Moscow 1980—Seven Questions and Answers 1980
62 21 Olympics—Correspondence 1978-1980
62 22 Olympics—Correspondence 1978-1980
62 23 Olympics—Establishment 1978
62 24 Olympics—Letter To Editors 1978
62 25 Olympics—MacNeil and Lehrer Report, “Olympic Boycott"—Transcript January 10, 1980
62 26 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About 1936
62 27 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About 1970
62 28 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About 1976-1977
62 29 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About 1978
62 30 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About 1978
62 31 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About 1978
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63 1 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About 1979
63 2 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About 1980
63 3 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About 1980
63 4 Olympics—Newspaper Clippings About (Includes Some Correspondence and Materials From Groups) 1984
63 7 Olympics—Press Release 1978-1980
63 8 Olympics—U.S.—Congress (Includes Congressional Record Statements) 1978-1980
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119 3 Omaha Committee For Soviet Jewry Omaha, NE 1978-1989
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63 9 One Hundred Percent Tax On Packages From The West By Soviet Union (Includes Vigil At Soviet Consulate, San Francisco, CA) 1976
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119 4 Orange County Commission On Soviet Jews, Garden Grove, CA 1971-1976
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63 10 Orlov, Yuri F., "My Life In Exile" and Also Newspaper Clippings 1986
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119 5 Packet "New Semester 2/11" Course Reading Materials 1975
119 7 Pamyat (Includes Manifesto Of The National Patriotic Front Pamyat and A Witness Account By David Waksberg Of Sentencing Of Ostashvili) undated
119 6 Pamyat—Hatred Under Glasnost (ADL)—With Foreword By Natan Sharansky 1989
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63 11 Panov, Valery 1972-1975, 1978
63 12 Paritsky, Alexander 1986
63 13 Peace Movement '82-85—Newspaper Clippings, Etc. 1982-1989
63 14 Pepsi Co. 1985
63 15 Perle, Richard N. undated
63 16 Phoenix Jewish Federation 1977
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119 8 Pittsburgh, PA 1972
119 9 Pittsfield Council For Soviet Jewry, Pittsfield, MA 1979
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63 17 Plight Of Soviet Jewry—Current Facts, The January 1, 1985
63 18 Polansky, Lillian Fund 1984
63 19 Pollack, Dr. Allen, "The Soviet Union Vs The Jewish People” November 1, 1971
63 20 Poltinnikov, Dr. Isaac 1973, 1983
63 21 Popov, Dr. Oleg—Three Discrimination Cases Against Jews In The USSR 1983
63 22 Popovsky, Mark, "Emigre Paints Grim Picture Of Soviet Science" Science V.205 September 7, 1979
63 23 Portnoy, Alexander and Elena 1988
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119 10 Practical Hebrew Grammar (Tel-Aviv)—In Russian 1985
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63 24 Prayers For Russian Jewry 1970, 1973,
63 25 Preston, Richard, "The Mountains Of Pi," New Yorker March 2, 1992
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64 2 Propaganda—An Open Letter To Jews In The United States undated
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63 26 Propaganda—Articles and Newspaper Clippings Translated From Russian and Some In Russian (Includes Correspondence) 1976-1978
63 27 Propaganda—Articles and Newspaper Clippings Translated From Russian and Some In Russian (Includes Correspondence) 1977-1979
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64 1 Propaganda—Articles and Newspaper Clippings Translated From Russian and Some In Russian (Includes Correspondence) 1980-1984
64 3 Propaganda—Israel—Truth That Is Hidden From You and "Uninvited Guests," Izvestia—These Are Photos Of October 23, 1982
64 4 Propaganda—USSR Support For The Arab People Of Palestine, Moscow—Novosti Press Agency 1983
64 5 Propaganda—Warsaw Treat Peace Initiatives, Moscow—Novosti Press Agency 1983
64 6 Psychiatry—Abuses Of In USSR—Articles and Newspaper Clippings, BACSJ Materials, Materials From Other Soviet Jewry Groups and Some Correspondence 1971-1985
64 7 Psychiatry—Abuses Of In USSR—BACSJ "Psychiatric Abuse Action” September 24, 1985
64 9 Rabbis For Soviet Jewry 1978-1984
64 10 Rappoport, Jon, "Americans In Russia," L.A. Weekly 1984
64 11 Ratner-Bialy, Yehudit and Leonid 1986, 1988
64 12 Reagan, Pres. Ronald—Telegrams To undated, 1985
64 13 Reagan, Pres. Ronald—Telegrams To undated
64 14 Religious Action Center Washington, D.C. 1982
64 15 Research Centre For Prisons, Psychprisons and Forced-Labour Concentration Camps Of The USSR, Israel 1978-1979, 1981
64 16 Resistance International, Washington, D.C. 1987
64 17 Resources (Includes Some Correspondence) 1976-1980
64 18 Resources (Includes Some Correspondence) 1979-1980
64 19 Revel, Jean-Francois, "Reflections On Foreign Policy and Public Opinion," Public Opinion 1978
64 20 Robins, Cynthia, "Flight To Freedom," IMAGE December 3, 1989
64 21 Rosenfeld, Sherman—Talks By 1977
64 22 Rosen-Re.: in, Alexey—Soviet Child With Cancer Of The Leg 1990
64 23 Rosenthal, Alan B. "The Ellis Island Of—Ladispoli” June 12, 1985
64 24 Royce Carlton, Inc.—Agents For Lectures and Special Projects 1977, 1980, 1983
64 25 Russia We Never See, The, Life Magazine May 1, 1980
64 26 Russian Life—Articles and Newspaper Clippings, Some Cursory Translations, Antisemitic, Some In Russian 1976-1983
64 27 Russian Orthodox Youth Alliance, San Francisco, CA 1979
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66 1 Sakharov, Andrei—"In The Process Sakharov '84” June 6, 1985
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64 28 Sakharov, Andrei—Articles By 1971, 1973, 1980-1981, 1983, 1986
64 29 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1972
64 30 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1973
64 31 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1974
64 32 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1975
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65 1 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1976
65 2 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1977
65 3 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1978
65 4 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1979
65 5 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1980
65 6 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1980
65 7 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1981
65 8 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1981
65 9 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1982
65 10 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1983
65 11 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1984
65 12 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1984
65 13 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1985
65 14 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1986
65 15 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1986
65 16 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1987
65 17 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1988
65 18 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1989
65 19 Sakharov, Andrei—Correspondence—Generall 1990
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66 2 Sakharov, Andrei—International Sakharov Hearings—Rome November 1977
66 3 Sakharov, Andrei—International Sakharov Hearings—Washington, D.C. September 26, 1979
66 4 Sakharov, Andrei—Lipkin, Harry J. undated
66 5 Sakharov, Andrei—Memorial Service For December 18, 1989
66 6 Sakharov, Andrei—Sakharov Freedom Concert—"Alcatraz Project” June 2, 1985
66 7 Sakharov, Andrei—Tribute To May 29, 1986
66 8 Samizdat 1979
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67 8 Samizdat Cahiers 1977-1978
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66 9 Samizdat Bulletin 1973
66 10 Samizdat Bulletin 1974
66 11 Samizdat Bulletin 1975
66 12 Samizdat Bulletin 1976
66 13 Samizdat Bulletin 1977
66 14 Samizdat Bulletin 1978
66 15 Samizdat Bulletin 1979
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67 1 Samizdat Bulletin 1980
67 2 Samizdat Bulletin 1981
67 3 Samizdat Bulletin 1982
67 4 Samizdat Bulletin 1983
67 5 Samizdat Bulletin 1984
67 6 Samizdat Bulletin 1985
67 7 Samizdat Bulletin 1986, 1990
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119 11 Samoilovich, Georgi and Vera 1988-1989
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67 9 Sample Invitations undated
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119 12 San Diego Council For Soviet Jewry, San Diego, CA May 24, 1985
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67 10 San Francisco Board Of Supervisors 1984
67 11 San Francisco Jewish Bulletin—Correspondence 1977-1978
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119 13 San Jose, CA 1969
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67 12 Sandberg, Dr. Joel S., "Our Other Patients Behind The Red Curtain," Miami Medicine 1984
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119 14 Santa Fe Council For Soviet Jews, Santa Fe, NM 1985
119 15 Sarasota Conference On Soviet Jewry—Exodus (Incomplete) 1979-1980, 1985-1986
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67 13 Sarasota Conference On Soviet Jewry, FL 1983
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119 16 Save—Reference 1977-1980
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67 14 Scientists For Sakharov, Orlov and Sharansky (S.O.S.), Berkeley, CA—"Covering Letter To French Academie Des Sciences” June 10, 1980
67 15 Scientists For Sakharov, Orlov and Sharansky (S.O.S.), Berkeley, CA—"List A. Members Of U.S. National Academy Of Sciences (About 1200 Names)” June 2, 1985
67 16 Scientists For Sakharov, Orlov and Sharansky (S.O.S.), Berkeley, CA—"List B. Statement Of Conscience” June 2, 1985
67 17 Scientists For Sakharov, Orlov and Sharansky (S.O.S.), Berkeley, CA—"List C. Declaration Of Principle” June 2, 1985
67 18 Scientists For Sakharov, Orlov and Sharansky (S.O.S.), Berkeley, CA—Moratorium Pledge 1980
67 19 Scientists For Sakharov, Orlov and Sharansky (S.O.S.), Berkeley, CA—Names and Addresses 1981
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68 1 Scientists For Sakharov, Orlov and Sharansky (S.O.S.), Berkeley, CA—Pripstein, Dr. Morris June 5, 1985
68 2 Scientists For Sakharov, Orlov and Sharansky (S.O.S.), Berkeley, CA—Statement Of Conscience, Declaration Of Principle and Letters Soliciting Support 1978-1980
68 3 Seattle Action For Soviet Jewry 1987
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119 17 Seattle Action For Soviet Jewry, Seattle, WA 1975
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68 4 Seixas, Suzanne, "A Soviet Jewish Family, Home Free In America" Money May 1982
68 5 Separated Families In The Bay Area—Lists Of 1985-1986 and "Separated Soviet Families. A Collection Of Case Histories” 1976, 1985-1986
68 6 Services, undated 1982
68 7 Shabbat Services (Includes Services For Ethiopian Jewry) June 9, 1985
68 8 Shalom Center, Wyncote, PA 1987
68 9 Shapiro, Dan 1985
68 11 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—"Avital's Tour Feb. 1979” June 1, 1985
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70 14 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—"Profiles"—Biography Of undated
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68 10 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Articles By undated, 1986-1993
68 12 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—BACSJ Chess Project—International Chess Game With Sharansky To Rekindle Publicity About His Plight 1978
68 13 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—BACSJ Demonstration For Sharansky's 30th Birthday March 15, 1977
68 14 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—BACSJ Tribunal--People Vs The Government Of The USSR 1978, 1983
68 15 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—BACSJ Tribunal--People Vs The Government Of The USSR 1983
68 17 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Bus Ads and Bumper Sticker 1978
68 18 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Doctors For Sharansky 1979-1981
68 19 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1975-1976
68 20 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1977
68 21 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1977
68 22 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1977
68 23 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1978
68 24 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1978
68 1 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1978
68 2 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1978
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69 3 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1979
69 4 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1980
69 5 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1981
69 6 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1982
69 7 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1982
69 8 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1982
69 9 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1982
69 10 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1982
69 11 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1983
69 12 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1983
69 13 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1983
69 14 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1983
69 15 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1983
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70 1 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1984
70 2 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1984
70 3 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1984
70 4 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1985
70 5 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1986
70 6 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1986
70 7 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1987
70 8 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1988-1989
70 9 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—General 1990-1992
70 10 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Judges For Sharansky 1979
70 11 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Lawyers For Sharansky 1978-1980
70 12 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Oratorio—"A Time For Freedom—The Trial Of Anatoly Sharansky” June 2, 1985
70 13 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Poster Contest 1978
70 15 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Scientific Efforts For 1977-1984
70 16 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Sharansky Event, San Francisco, CA June 27, 1988
70 17 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Sharansky Fund 1979
70 18 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Sharansky Reception and Rally February 1, 1987
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68 16 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Video 1983-1985
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70 19 Sharansky, Natan (Anatoly) and Avital—Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s)—Sharansky Concert London March 1984
70 20 Shcherbitsky, Vladimir 1985
70 21 Sherbourne, Michael—Tour 1979
70 22 Shipler, David K., "Russia—A People Without Heroes" New York Times Magazine October 16, 1983
70 23 Shipov, Misha 1986
70 24 Shtern, Mikhail 1975-1977
70 25 Shub, Anatole, "From Russia With Chutzpah," Harper's Magazine June 1972
70 26 Silk, Leonard, "Andropov's Economic Dilemma," New York Times Magazine October 9, 1983
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119 18 Singer, Lynn 1989
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70 27 Sister Cities 1986-1990
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72 3 SJAG Kit 1970
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70 29 Slepak Principles Act—Reps. John Miller and Lawrence Smith 1989
70 28 Slepak, Vladimir—Shipler, David, "Different Revolutions," Hadassah February 1984
70 30 Smith, Samantha 1983
70 31 Snitow, Alan, "Soviet Prospects, Jewish Fears," Tikkun V.5 N.4 undated
70 32 So What's My Line—Parody On The Ever Popular TV Show undated
70 33 Sobol, Richard, "Prison Without Walls—Faces Of Soviet Jewry," Jewish Living 1979
70 34 Solzhenitsyn, Alexander and Committee For Human Rights, Moscow and Newspaper Clippings 1970-1972, 1974, 1979
70 35 Songs and Prayers 1970
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119 19 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry Miami, FL 1971
119 20 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry, Miami, FL 1977
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71 12 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Current Refuseniks, Correspondence—Generall 1973-1974, 1976-1980, 1983-1984, 1989
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70 38 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Current Refuseniks, Matz, Judith and Margery Sanford, Separated Soviet Families. A Collection Of Case Histories August 1976
70 36 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Current Refuseniks Recorded In Vols I-XI undated
70 37 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery, Orphans Of The Exodus 1976
70 39 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Wolf, Myriam P., Tina Freiman, Judith Matz and Margery Sanford, Helsinki—Promise Or Betrayal? March 1, 1977
70 40 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery, Myrian P. Wolf and Judith Matz, Belgrade—Breach Or Breakthrough? October 1, 1977
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71 1 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery, Myriam P. Wolf, and Judith Matz, Soviet Antisemitism—A New Wave, V.5 August 1978
71 2 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery, Adele Sandberg and Myriam P.Wolf, Soviet Jews—Hostages For Trade V.6 August 1979
71 3 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Marger and Adele Sandberg, Mission In Madrid—Monitoring Moscow V.7 October 1980
71 4 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sandberg, Adele E., Margery Sanford and Myriam P. Wolf, Seeking A New Dialogue To Save Soviet Jews , V.8 September 1981
71 5 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery, Adele E. Sandberg and Myriam P. Wolf, Paris Plea For Freedom—Save Soviet Jews, V.9 September 1982
71 6 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery and Adele E. Sandberg, Reopen The Gates—Save Soviet Jews, V.10 October 1983
71 7 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery and Adele E. Sandberg, 1984 Is Here—Free Soviet Jews V.11 September 1984
71 8 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery and Adele E. Sandberg, Soviet Jews—Hostages All V.12 September 1985
71 9 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery and Adele E. Sandberg, Mr. Gorbachev—Let My People Go, V.13 September 1986
71 10 South Florida Conference On Soviet Jewry—Case Histories Of Refuseniks, Sanford, Margery and Adele E. Sandberg, Glasnost and Soviet Jews—Unfulfilled Promises, V.14 September 1987
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119 21 Southern California Council For Soviet Jews, Los Angeles, CA, May 22, 1985
119 22 Southern California Council For Soviet Jews, Los Angeles, CA, June 5, 1985
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71 17 Southern California Council For Soviet Jews, Los Angeles—"Los Angeles” May 22, 1985
71 13 Southern California Council For Soviet Jews, Los Angeles—Course Outline On Russian-Soviet Jewry December 1, 1981
71 14 Southern California Council For Soviet Jews, Los Angeles—Frumkin, Si, Articles By undated, 1972, 1978, 1986, 1991, 1993
71 15 Southern California Council For Soviet Jews, Los Angeles—General 1969-1970
71 16 Southern California Council For Soviet Jews, Los Angeles—General 1971-1975
71 18 Southern California Council For Soviet Jews, Los Angeles—Unidentified Packet undated
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72 6 Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center, Jerusalem 1984-1986
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71 21 Soviet Economy 1984-1985
71 22 Soviet Emigre Music Festival, Carnegie Hall, N.Y July 10-15, 1979
71 23 Soviet Jewish Affairs, V.2 N.2, V.3 N.2, V.4 N.1-2 1972-1974
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72 7 Soviet Jewry—"Educational Material On” 1982-1984
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119 23 Soviet Jewry Action Group (SJAG), San Francisco, CA 1970
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71 24 Soviet Jewry Action Group (SJAG), San Francisco, CA—A Statement On The Relationship Between BACSJ and SJAG February 18, 1971
71 25 Soviet Jewry Action Group (SJAG), San Francisco, CA—Action Group Kit undated
71 26 Soviet Jewry Action Group (SJAG), San Francisco, CA—Correspondence—Generall 1969-1972, 1974
71 27 Soviet Jewry Action Group (SJAG), San Francisco, CA—Exodus—Correspondence 1971-1973
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72 5 Soviet Jewry Demonstrations In The USSR 1987-1988
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119 24 Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center, Jerusalem—Bulletins #2, #5-7, #9-10 1984-1986
119 25 Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center—Correspondence—Generall 1984
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120 1 Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center—Correspondence—Generall 1985
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72 8 Soviet Jewry Law Review, V.1 N.1 January 1980
72 14 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Waltham, MA—Legal Memoranda, Prisoner Profiles—Jewish Prisoners Of Conscience In The Soviet Union undated
72 15 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Waltham, MA—Legal Memoranda, Soviet Harassment Of Foreign Tourists Violates The Helsinki Final Act February 1982
72 16 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Waltham, MA—Legal Memoranda, The USSR's "First Degree Relative" Requirement For Soviet Jewish Emigration Contravention Of International and Soviet Law November 1980
72 17 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Waltham, MA—"Prisoner Profiles—Jewish Prisoners Of Conscience In The Soviet Union” August 1, 1986
72 9 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Waltham, MA—Arzt, Donna, Articles By 1979, 1980, 1987
72 10 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Waltham, MA—Foreign Travel Restrictions Placed By The U.S. On Its Citizens With Access To Classified/Secret Information July 1, 1987
72 11 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Waltham, MA—General (Includes Legal Briefs) 1980-1982, 1987
72 12 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Waltham, MA—Legal Memoranda, Antisemitism In The USSR—Official Soviet Violation Of Domestic and International Law May 1, 1980
72 13 Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center, Waltham, MA—Legal Memoranda, On The USSR's New Emigration Law February 1, 1987
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51 38 Soviet Jewry. The Realities In 1983—Proceedings Of A Symposium June 5, 1985
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120 2 Soviet Jews—Fact and Fiction, (Moscow: Novosti Press Agency) May 25, 1985
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72 18 Soviet Oil Production June 8, 1985
72 19 Soviet Union and The Middle East, The, V.9 N.6 June 6, 1985
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71 19 Soviet-American Peace Corps (SAPC) 1987-1988
71 20 Soviet-American Summit, Alexandria, VA—Lengthy Report On The Summit Written By Whom February 1-5, 1987
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72 20 Spitkovsky, Sonia June 11, 1985
72 21 Sprayregen, Joel J.—Articles By 1970-1971
72 23 State Secrets In France June 9, 1985
72 22 State Secrets—Discrepancy Between Soviet and Western Definitions Of Secrecy and National Security June 9, 1985
72 24 Steif, William, "The Refuseniks Of Kiev" Saturday Review September 17, 1977
72 25 Steinman, Ed—Going To Soviet Union To Be Married May 30, 1985
72 26 Stolar, Abe June 8, 1985
72 27 Stonov, Leonid (Chairman, Soviet-American Bureau On Human Rights)—"Commentary On The Soviet Law On Entrance and Exit” August 28, 1991
72 28 Stonov, Leonid (Chairman, Soviet-American Bureau On Human Rights)—Correspondence—Generall (Includes Reports From Tashkent) 1989-1990, 1992
72 47 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—"Masada"—Play June 5, 1985
72 30 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Bashe, Gil "Everyone Know WHERE—Now We Know WHAT"—Companies Doing Business With Soviet Union May 26, 1985
72 31 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Birnbaum, Jacob—Articles By undated
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120 3 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1975, 1978, 1985
120 4 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1986-1990
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72 32 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1966, 1968-1969
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72 35 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1972-1973
72 36 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall 1974-1975
72 37 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall May 29, 1985
72 38 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall May 30, 1985
72 39 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall May 31, 1985
72 40 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall June 1, 1985
72 41 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall June 2, 1985
72 42 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall June 3, 1985
72 43 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall June 4, 1985
72 44 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall June 5, 1985
72 45 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Correspondence—Generall June 6, 1985
72 46 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Gulag Diary. Life In Perm Camp #35 undated
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120 5 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—News From 1980, 1984-1986
120 6 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—News From June 9, 1985
120 7 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—News From 1988-1991
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73 2 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—News From May 29, 1985
73 3 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—News From May 31, 1985
73 4 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—News From June 1, 1985
73 5 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—News From June 2, 1985
73 6 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—News From 1982-1985
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120 8 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Richter, Glenn—Article About June 8, 1985
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72 29 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Source Book On Soviet Jewry Activism undated
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73 8 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Soviet Jewry Action Newsletter 1969-1980
73 9 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Summer Kit May 26, 1985
73 1 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—The New Heroes Books 1-5 1974-1979
73 7 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—The Prisoners Of Conscience May 26, 1985
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120 9 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry (SSSJ), N.Y.—Tucsonans For Soviet Jews and Prisoners Of Conscience, Tucson, AZ June 3, 1985
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73 10 Suslensky, Yakov, Jerusalem—Information Express Of The Movement "Aliya—Truth and Justice" Bulletin N.1 June 1, 1985
73 11 Synagogue Council Of America May 21, 1985
73 12 Syrian Jews May 27, 1985
73 13 Talbott, Strobe—Interview With June 7, 1985
73 14 Tarnopolsky, Yuri—Original Works—In Russian and Short Autobiography In English undated
73 15 Tchaikovsky Chamber Orchestra (Formerly The Soviet Emigre Orchestra) June 11, 1985
73 18 Teichman, Sherman M.W.—Proposal—A New Biweekly Journal Of Jewish Concerns May 1, 1974
73 16 Temple Emanuel, Lakeland, FL—"Soviet Jewry—Let My People Go. Book Of Remembrance” undated
73 17 Temple Sinai, Oakland, CA 1976-1979
73 19 Tent Of Meeting, The, Santa Fe, NM 1986
73 20 Toon, Malcolm, Ambassador To Soviet Union 1978-1980
73 21 Trade 1971-1978
73 22 Trade May 25, 1985
73 23 Trade 1972-1973
73 24 Trade May 26, 1985
73 25 Trade 1978-1981
73 26 Trade June 4, 1985
73 27 Trade June 5, 1985
73 28 Trade June 6, 1985
73 29 Trade 1985, 1987
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74 2 Trade With The USSR—Issues and Opportunities San Francisco, CA, May 23, 1989—U.S./USSR Trade Conference 1973, 1989
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73 30 Trade—Berman Amendment To Export Administration Act June 6, 1985
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74 1 Trade—Pearl, William S., "Diplomatic Basis For Soviet MFN Status” June 7, 1985
74 3 Tsipan, Emil—Return Of June 13, 1985
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92 11 U.S. Congress—"Soviet Jewry—An Assessment After KAL 007 October 4, 1983
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91 7 U.S. Congress—Congressional Human Rights Caucus Newsletter March 6, 1987
91 8 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record 1963, 1969-1971
91 9 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record 1972-1973
91 10 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record May 28, 1985
91 11 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record May 29, 1985
91 12 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record May 30, 1985
91 13 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record May 31, 1985
91 14 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record June 1, 1985
91 15 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record June 2, 1985
91 16 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record June 3, 1985
91 17 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record June 4, 1985
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92 4 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record—Human Rights Profiles and Congressional Action—"Calif. Delegation—Dem.” June 10, 1985
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92 3 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record—Human Rights Profiles and Congressional Action—"Calif. Delegation—Dem.” June 10, 1985
92 2 U.S. Congress—Congressional Record—H.Res.150—Solidarity Sunday With Soviet Jewry May 18, 1983
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91 19 U.S. Congress—Congressional Vigil On Soviet Jewry May 29, 1985
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92 1 U.S. Congress—House Of Representatives—Bills, Hearings, Reports, Etc. 1976-1977
92 6 U.S. Congress—Joint Economic Committee May 28, 1985
92 7 U.S. Congress—Members Of Congress—Correspondence and News Release, Etc. 1973-1974, 1983, 1985, 1987-1988
92 8 U.S. Congress—Senate—Bills, Hearings, Reports, Etc. 1970-1973
92 9 U.S. Congress—Senate—Bills, Hearings, Reports, Etc. 1974, 1976-1977, 1979, 1987
92 10 U.S. Congress—Senate—S.1680—Human Rights Amendment June 10, 1985
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90 21 U.S. Congress—CSCE—"Madrid Meeting Of CSCE I” 1980-1981
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91 5 U.S. Congress—CSCE—"Report To The Congress Of The United States" Revised Supplement May 30, 1985
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90 19 U.S. Congress—CSCE—International Sakharov Hearings—3 Documents Released For The Hearings September 26-29, 1979
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91 2 U.S. Congress—CSCE—Moroz, Valentyn—Testimony Before CSCE July 19, 1979
91 3 U.S. Congress—CSCE—On The Right To Emigrate For Religious Reasons—The Case Of 10,000 Soviet Evangelical Christians May 1, 1979
91 4 U.S. Congress—CSCE—Profiles—The Helsinki Monitors
91 6 U. S. Congress—CSCE—The Right To Know. The Right To Act. Documents Of Helsinki Dissent From The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe May 1, 1978
91 1 U.S. Congress—CSCE—"Madrid From 1981 II” 1981-1984
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90 5 U.S. Congress—CSCE—Basket Three—Implementation Of The Helsinki Accords—Hearings, V.12-14 1980, 1981
90 2 U.S. Congress—CSCE—Basket Three—Implementation Of The Helsinki Accords—Hearings, V.1-4 May 30, 1985
90 3 U.S. Congress—CSCE—Basket Three—Implementation Of The Helsinki Accords—Hearings, V.6-7 May 31, 1985
90 4 U.S. Congress—CSCE—Basket Three—Implementation Of The Helsinki Accords—Hearings, V.8-11 June 1, 1985
90 6 U.S. Congress—CSCE—CSCE Digest June 2, 1985
90 7 U.S. Congress—CSCE—CSCE Digest June 3, 1985
90 8 U.S. Congress—CSCE—CSCE Digest June 4, 1985
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90 10 U.S. Congress—CSCE—CSCE Digest June 6, 1985
90 11 U.S. Congress—CSCE—CSCE Digest June 7, 1985
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90 16 U.S. Congress—CSCE—The Helsinki Forum and East-West Scientific Exchange—Hearings January 31, 1980
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92 15 U.S. Postal Service—"Postal Research 1984 and Older" (Includes "Documented Research On Soviet Interruption Of U.S. Postal Communications" By Leah Oliech) 1983-1986
92 16 U.S. Postal Service— Postal Service—Regulations, Problems With, Statements, Correspondence 1974-1979
92 17 U.S. Postal Service— Schapira, Morey—Testimony To House Committee On Post Office and Civil Service, San Francisco, CA July 2, 1979
92 14 U.S. Postal Service—"Postal Hearing"—Correspondence, Etc. 1983-1985
92 13 U.S. Postal Service—Mailing To The Soviet Union (Includes BACSJ "How To Mail A Letter To The USSR”) undated
92 19 U.S. State Department—Baker, James A. III—Statement Before Senate Finance Committee October 4, 1989
92 20 U.S. State Department—Chronology Of Soviet Dissidence—January 1970 Through December 1982 May 17, 1983
92 21 U.S. State Department—Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings, Reports 1971-1973, 1983
92 22 U.S. State Department—Scientific and Technical Cooperation—Agreement Of May 24 and July 8, 1977 May 30, 1985
92 18 U.S. State Department—Abrams, Elliott "Human Rights and The Reagan Administration—Another View" America (June 4, 1983) June 5, 1985
92 12 U.S. Coordinator For Refugee Affairs The Third Annual Refugee Day October 30, 1992
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74 4 Ukrainians—Americans For Human Rights In Ukraine, Newark, NJ June 7, 1985
74 5 Ukrainians—Packet Of Newspaper Clippings and Articles and (1) Letter June 11, 1985
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74 7 Ukrainians—Ukrainian Congress Committee Of America, Inc., San Francisco, CA 1981-1984
74 8 Ulam, Adam B., "Changing Of The Guard" New Republic June 4, 1985
74 9 Union Of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC)—Keeping Posted 1965-1966
74 10 Union Of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC)—Northern California and Pacific Northwest Regions 1969-1971, 1984
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86 28 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Booklets Re.: UCSJ undated
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74 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"A History Of The Jews In Russia and The Soviet Union” June 10, 1985
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120 23 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"Confidential 89” June 11, 1985
120 24 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"Congressional Briefs” June 2, 1985
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78 18 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"Facing 1988—The New Realities For Soviet Jews. A Year-End Report and Recommendations For Action” January 1, 1988
78 20 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"From Belgrade To Madrid—Soviet Jews Report On Their Situation"—Packet undated
78 26 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"How To Run A Council—Hints and Guidelines” undated
78 28 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"In The News"—Newspaper Clippings About UCSJ June 12, 1985
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86 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"Manual For Representing Soviet Jews Applying For Refugee Status In The U.S.” June 12, 1985
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120 28 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"Policy Statements” June 9, 1985
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86 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"Position Of UCSJ On The Soviet Union's Human Rights 'Change'” February 1, 1987
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121 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—"UCSJ Incoming Info” June 10, 1985
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74 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—A Guide To Congressional Action For Soviet Jews June 6, 1985
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74 16 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Alert 1976-1977
74 17 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Alert 1978
74 18 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Alert 1979
74 19 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Alert 1980
74 20 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Alert 1981
74 21 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Alert 1982
74 22 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Alert 1983
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120 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Alert 1979-1983
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75 16 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. 1980
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120 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Antisemitism—The Increasing Danger Of Antisemitism In The Soviet Union 1990
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74 29 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Antisemitism In The USSR—Status Report III 1990
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120 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Assessment Of Soviet Compliance With The Vienna Concluding Document, V. 3 July 1991
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74 31 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Birthdays Of Jewish Refuseniks and Prisoners 1983
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120 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Board Of Directors 1984
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75 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Cohen, Pamela 1990
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120 19 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Conferences and Meetings—Annual Meeting 1986
120 21 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Conferences and Meetings—Annual Meeting 1989
120 22 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Conferences and Meetings—Annual Meeting (Includes UCSJ In The News) October 1990-October 1991
120 15 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Conferences and Meetings—Annual Meeting—Packet 1976
120 18 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Conferences and Meetings—Annual Meeting—Packet 1985
120 20 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Conferences and Meetings—Annual Meeting—Packet 1987
120 16 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Conferences and Meetings—Jerusalem 1980
120 17 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Conferences and Meetings—Mid-Year Meeting In San Francisco, CA (Includes (2) Presentations By Betsy Gidwitz) 1984
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76 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Congressional Handbook For Soviet Jewry V.1 1988
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76 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Congressional Handbook For Soviet Jewry V.3 1991
76 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Constitution Of UCSJ 1971
76 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1972
76 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1973
76 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1974
76 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1975
76 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1976
76 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1977
76 15 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1978
76 16 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1979
76 17 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1980
76 18 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1981
76 19 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1982
76 20 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1983
76 21 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1984
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77 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1985
77 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1986
77 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1987
77 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1988
77 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1988
77 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1988
77 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1989
77 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1989
77 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1989
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78 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1990
78 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1990
78 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1990
78 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1992
78 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall 1993
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76 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Correspondence—Generall (Includes Harold Light) 1970-1971
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78 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Drinan, Rep. Robert F.—Tribute To October 19, 1980
78 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Eizenstat, Stuart E.—Address To Annual Meeting September 10, 1984
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120 25 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Emergency Family Reunification Initiative and Separated Families Initiative 1991
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78 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Emigration—Statements Of Policy On Emigration and The Treatment Of Soviet Jews 1985, 1988
78 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Emigration—Statements Of Policy On Emigration and The Treatment Of Soviet Jews 1988
78 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Exodus, V.3 N.2, 4-5 1973
78 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Exodus, V.5 N.4, 6-12 1974-1975
78 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Exodus, V.1 N.1-7 1970-1971
78 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Exodus, V.2 N.1-8 1971-1972
78 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Exodus, V.3 N.2, 7-10 1972-1973
78 15 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Exodus, V.6 N.3-6 1976
78 16 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Exodus, V.7 N.1,3,6 1977
78 17 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Exodus, V.8 N.1,4 1978
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75 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Fall Conference, Washington, D.C. 1978
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120 26 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Fax and Memos To BACSJ 1988
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78 19 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Florida Council For Soviet Jews—Application For Membership 1973
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120 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Foreign Policy Symposium, Washington, D.C. November 18, 1991
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78 21 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Gilbert, Martin—Luncheon Remarks At UCSJ Annual Meeting October 15, 1983
78 22 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Glenn, James (Former Human Rights Office, U.S. Embassy, Moscow)—Talk At UCSJ Conference October 16, 1983
78 23 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Goldberg, Lawrence Y., Report March 5, 1984
78 24 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Goldberg, Lawrence Y., Testimony Before House Committee On Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee On International Operations February 6, 1984
78 25 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Greene, Richard—The Memorial Archive Database Project 1990
78 31 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—International Parliamentary Group For Human Rights In The Soviet Union (IPG), "Report On Current Human Rights Abuses In The USSR” November 1, 1985
78 29 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—International Parliamentary Group For Human Rights In The Soviet Union (IPG), Hearings On The CSCE Process June 7, 1985
78 30 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—International Parliamentary Group For Human Rights In The Soviet Union (IPG), Religious Freedom In The Soviet Union and Newsletter 1986-1987
78 32 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Jackson, Sen. Henry M.—Tribute To October 16, 1983
78 33 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Jewish Prisoners In The USSR October 1983
78 35 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee January 1985
78 36 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee February 1985
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79 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee March 1985
79 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee April 1985
79 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee May 1985
79 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee June 1985
79 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee July 1985
79 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee August 1985
79 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee September 1985
79 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee October 1985
79 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee November 1985
79 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee December 1985
79 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee January 1986
79 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee February 1986
79 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee March 1986
79 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee April 1986
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80 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee May 1986
80 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee June 1986
80 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee July 1986
80 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee August 1986
80 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee September 1986
80 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee October 1986
80 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee November 1986
80 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee December 1986
80 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee January 1987
80 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee February 1987
80 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee March 1987
80 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee April 1987
80 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee May 1987
80 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee June 1987
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81 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee July 1987
81 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee August 1987
81 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee September 1987
81 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee October 1987
81 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee November 1987
81 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee December 1987
81 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee January 1988
81 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee February 1988
81 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee March 1988
81 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee April 1988
81 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee May 1988
81 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee June 1988
81 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee July 1988
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82 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee August 1988
82 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee September 1988
82 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee October 1988
82 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee November 1988
82 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee December 1988
82 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee January 1989
82 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee March 1989
82 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee April 1989
82 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee May 1989
82 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee June 1989
82 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee July 1989
82 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee August 1989
82 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee September 1989
82 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee October 1989
82 15 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee December 1989
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83 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee January 1990
83 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee January 1990
83 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee February 1990
83 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee March 1990
83 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee April 1990
83 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee May 1990
83 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee June 1990
83 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee July 1990
83 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee August 1990
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84 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee September 1990
84 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee October 1990
84 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee November 1990
84 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee December 1990
84 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee January 1991
84 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee February 1991
84 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee March 1991
84 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee April 1991
84 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee May 1991
84 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee June 1991
84 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee July 1991
84 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee August 1991
84 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee September 1991
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85 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee October 1991
85 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee November 1991
85 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee December 1991
85 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee January 1992
85 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee February 1992
85 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee March 1992
85 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee April 1992
85 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee May 1992
85 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee June 1992
85 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee July 1992
85 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee August 1992
85 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee September 1992
85 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee October 1992
85 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee November 1992
85 15 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee 1993
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82 16 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee, Packets Taken Apart June 11, 1985
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83 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee, Packets Taken Apart June 11, 1985
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81 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mailings To Member Councils, Board Of Directors and Executive Committee, Packets Taken Apart June 9, 1985
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86 2 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Meek, Paul—Testimony Before House Committee On Foreign Affairs, Sub-Committee On Human Rights and International Organizations and With Addenda July 29, 1982
86 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Member Councils—Lists Of 1984-1985, 1987
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120 27 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Membership Drives undated
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86 4 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Message From Moscow—II and V 1976, 1979
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75 12 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mid-Year Conference San Francisco, CA 1979
75 13 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mid-Year Conference San Francisco, CA 1979
75 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mid-Year Conference San Francisco, CA 1979
75 21 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mid-Year Meeting San Francisco, CA 1983
75 23 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Mid-Year Meeting San Francisco, CA 1984
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86 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Minutes Of Meetings September 3-4, 1972
86 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Monitor (Digest Of News and Analysis From Soviet Successor States), V.3, Nos.16-17, 20, 23, 29, 46, 48-49 1992
86 7 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Monitor (Digest Of News and Analysis From Soviet Successor States), V.4, Nos. 5, 7-8, 11, 14, 16, 18, 21 1993
86 8 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—News Release 1970-1973
86 9 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Packets Of UCSJ Materials 1988
86 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Packets Of UCSJ Materials 1989
86 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Packets Of UCSJ Materials 1990
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120 29 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Press Release 1988
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86 14 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Prisoner Adoption Program 1975
86 15 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Proceedings (Includes Stuart Eizenstat and Zbig Brzezinski) 1984
86 16 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Programming Projects October 15, 1983
86 17 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Psychiatry—Abuses Of In USSR—Background undated
86 18 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Quarterly Report 1983-1987
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120 30 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Rabbinic Advisory Board 1985-1986
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86 19 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Schapira, Morey—Testimony To House Foreign Affairs Committee, Subcommittees On Europe and The Middle East and Human Rights and International Organizations September 11, 1985
86 20 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Shabbat Letter To Soviet Union 1976
86 21 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Sharansky, Anatoly Freedom Award Presented To Senator Christopher J. Dodd October 15, 1983
86 22 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Simon, Scott—Concert Tour Organization 1991
86 23 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Singer, Lynn—Testimony To House Committee On Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee On Human Rights and International Organizations and CSCE June 23, 1983
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75 10 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Spring Conference Jerusalem 1978
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78 27 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—The Idea Book—A Guide To Soviet Jewry Programming—Packet September 1990
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74 11 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—The UCSJ Is Ten Years Old—Collection Of Historical Documents Re.—Formation Of 1972
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86 27 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—The White Book Of Exodus (January-June 1972) N.2 (Moscow 1973) 1972-1973
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75 19 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Third Biennial Conference In Israel Jerusalem 1982
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86 25 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Trade Reform Act Of 1973—UCSJ Statement To House Committee On Ways and Means June 15, 1973
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121 1 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Trip Report By Pamela Cohen, Micah Naftalin, and Leonid Stonov 1991
121 3 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—UCSJ In The News October 1990-October 1991
121 5 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Updates On Soviet Laws undated
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86 26 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Vilnius Conference September 1991
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121 6 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ)—Washington Representation 1981-1982
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89 9 United Jewish Appeal, Inc., They Came To Stay. The Soviet Jewish Experience In Israel. 1977
89 10 United Nations, United Nations Action In The Field Of Human Rights 1980
89 11 United States Congress—Commission On Security and Cooperation In Europe (CSCE) 1975-1977
89 12 United States Congress—Commission On Security and Cooperation In Europe (CSCE) 1978
89 13 United States Congress—Commission On Security and Cooperation In Europe (CSCE) 1979
89 14 United States Congress—Commission On Security and Cooperation In Europe (CSCE) 1980-1982
89 15 United States Congress—Commission On Security and Cooperation In Europe (CSCE) 1983-1984
89 16 United States Congress—Commission On Security and Cooperation In Europe (CSCE) 1985-1986
89 17 United States Congress—Commission On Security and Cooperation In Europe (CSCE) 1987
89 18 United States Congress—Commission On Security and Cooperation In Europe (CSCE) 1988-1989
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90 1 United States Congress—Commission On Security and Cooperation In Europe (CSCE) 1990-1991
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93 4 University Of California, Berkeley—"Soviet Jewry—A Case History Of Oppression"—Full Credit Course Offered By Center For Participatory Education 1970
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92 25 University Of California, Berkeley—Faculty List Spring 1977
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93 1 University Of California, Berkeley—HA'ETGAR 1986
93 3 University Of California, Berkeley—Soviet Jewry—A Case History Of Oppression History 104 undated
93 2 University Of California, Berkeley—The Jewish Radical V.1 N.1 1968
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89 4 USSR News Brief 1980
89 5 USSR News Brief 1981
89 6 USSR News Brief 1982
89 7 USSR News Brief 1983
89 8 USSR News Brief 1984-1985
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86 48 USSR—"Personnel In” May 30, 1985
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121 7 USSR—Attempted Coup—Press and Vigil (Includes BACSJ Reaction To Soviet Coup and Statement By David Waksberg) 1991
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86 29 USSR—Code Of Criminal Procedure Of The RSFSR 1980
86 30 USSR—Constitution Of The USSR 1983
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121 9 USSR—Consulate, San Francisco, CA—"News and Views From The USSR” June 8, 1985
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86 31 USSR—Correspondence undated
86 32 USSR—Criminal Code Of The RSFSR 1983
86 33 USSR—In Russian—Jews In Poetry, Memos, Clippings undated, 1970-1974
86 35 USSR—In Russian—Moscow Bureaus Address Book 1973
86 34 USSR—In Russian—Soviet and Israeli Publications 1972-1985
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121 10 USSR—Information Leaflet undated
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86 36 USSR—Internal Passport undated
86 37 USSR—Israeli-Arab Conflict As Presented In The Soviet Press and Radio December 6, 1968
86 38 USSR—Lake Baikal—Sergeyev, Mark The Wonders and Problems Of Lake Baikal (Moscow—Novosti Press Agency) 1989
86 39 USSR—Leningrad, Ethnographic Tour Of 1990
86 40 USSR—Leningrad, Master List Of Names and Address With Brief Description, i.e., "Secrecy Refusenik," Etc. 1990
86 41 USSR—Leningrad, Post Cards Of 1988
86 42 USSR—Leningrad, Rock Concert 1978
86 44 USSR—Leningrad, U.S. Consulate October 1988
86 45 USSR—Ministry Of Foreign Trade Foreign Trade December 1984
86 46 USSR—Moscow Media and Press List 1989
86 47 USSR—NEFTA-GAZ Expo '73, Moscow 1973
86 49 USSR—Pravada Pulse 1986
86 43 USSR—Shalom Club In 1976
86 50 USSR—Soviet Office Agencies undated, 1986
86 51 USSR—Soviet Officials and Institutions undated, 1979, 1981
86 52 USSR—Spartakiade 1974, 1979
86 53 USSR—State Structure Of 1977
86 54 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—"All-Union Travel Brochures” 1989-1990
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87 1 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—"Briefing Items I (Old)” 1980-1982
87 4 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—"Briefing Requests 1983 I” June 5, 1985
87 5 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—"Briefing Requests 1983 II (Recent)” June 5, 1985
87 3 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—"Briefing Requests I (Old)” undated, 1982
87 7 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—"Competition Travel” June 12, 1985
87 40 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—"Questionnaire For Travelers"—National Lawyers Committee For Soviet Jewry, N.Y.—Consumer Fraud Action Against Intourist 1985
87 2 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Briefing Notes undated
87 6 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Chernovtsy Region—BACSJ Report November 15, 1988
87 8 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Customs Regulations For Foreign Tourists undated
87 9 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—General Information undated
87 10 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Alma-Ata undated
87 11 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Baku (Includes Map) undated
87 12 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Bukhara 1987
87 13 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Caucasus undated
87 14 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Central Asia undated
87 15 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Frunze undated
87 16 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, General undated
87 17 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Kiev (Includes Maps) undated
87 18 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Kiev (Includes Maps) undated
87 19 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Kishinev (Includes Maps) undated
87 20 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Leningrad (Includes Maps) undated
87 21 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Leningrad (Includes Maps) undated
87 22 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Lvov undated
87 23 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Minsk (Includes Maps) undated
87 24 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Moscow (Includes Maps) undated
87 25 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Moscow (Includes Maps) undated
87 26 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Novgorod—Map undated
87 27 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Odessa (Includes Map) undated
87 28 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Riga undated
87 29 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Samarkand undated
87 30 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Siberia undated
87 31 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Sochi (Includes Map) undated
87 32 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Soviet Armenia undated
87 33 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Tallinn—Map Of undated
87 34 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Tashkent—Map Of undated
87 35 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Tbilisi (Includes Maps) undated
87 36 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Ukraine undated
87 37 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Vilnius (Includes Maps) undated
87 38 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Intourist, Yalta undated
87 39 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Jewish Travel Service Tours 1989
87 41 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Russian Language undated
87 42 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Russian Tours 1984
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88 1 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Tours 1969
88 2 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Travel Guides undated, 1979
88 3 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Travel Tours To USSR 1975-1980
88 4 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Travel Tours To USSR 1981-1982
88 5 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Travel Tours To USSR 1983
88 6 USSR—Tourism and Travel Files—Travel Tours To USSR 1984-1985
88 7 USSR—Translated From Russian—Materials From Soviet Press, Pleas From Soviet Jews, Etc. 1969-1971, 1975-1976
88 8 USSR—Translated From Russian—Materials From Soviet Press, Pleas From Soviet Jews, Etc. 1977
88 9 USSR—Translated From Russian—Materials From Soviet Press, Pleas From Soviet Jews, Etc. 1978
88 10 USSR—Translated From Russian—Materials From Soviet Press, Pleas From Soviet Jews, Etc. 1980-1981, 1983, 1986, 1990
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121 11 USSR—Travel To The USSR—Travel Tips For Tourists May 1985
121 15 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To undated
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88 12 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1968-1969, 1971-1974
88 13 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1975-1977
88 14 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1978
88 15 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1979
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121 12 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1979, 1985-1987
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88 16 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1981
88 17 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1982
88 18 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1983
88 19 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1984
88 20 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1985
88 21 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1986
88 22 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1987
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121 13 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1988
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88 23 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1989
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121 14 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1990
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88 24 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1991
88 25 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1992
88 26 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1993
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89 1 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1994
89 2 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To 1995
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88 11 USSR—Trip Reports Of Visits To, "Before 1975” undated
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89 3 USSR—Zinchuk, Alexander—Soviet Consul, San Francisco, CA 1971-1973, 1977-1978
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92 23 Vance, Cyrus (Includes Transcript Of Face The Nation ) February 27, 1977
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121 16 Vancouver Action Committee For Soviet Jews 1981
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93 5 Vinokurov Family Hunger Strike November 1988
93 7 Wallenberg, Raoul—Wallenberg Event By BACSJ September 1986
93 6 Wallenberg, Raoul—The Raoul Wallenberg Committee Of The U.S., N.Y.—Includes—Raoul Wallenberg. A Hero For Our Time 1985-1986
93 11 Washington Committee For Soviet Jewry, Washington, D.C.—"Letters From Leningrad” June 3, 1985
93 10 Washington Committee For Soviet Jewry, Washington, D.C.—Kandel, Felix Kaddish and Other Poems 1977
93 12 Washington Committee For Soviet Jewry, Washington, D.C.—Natasha's Dream —Children's Handbook On Russian Jews 1974, 1986
93 13 Washington Committee For Soviet Jewry, Washington, D.C.—Vigil Newsletter 1974, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1982
93 8 Washington Committee For Soviet Jewry, Washington, D.C.—Correspondence—Generall 1969, 1973-1975
93 9 Washington Committee For Soviet Jewry, Washington, D.C.—Correspondence—Generall 1976-1979
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121 17 Washington Committee For Soviet Jewry—Correspondence—Generall 1977
121 18 Washington Committee For Soviet Jewry—The Vigil 1977-1982
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93 14 Washington Report Of The Air 1971-1972
93 15 Waxman, Rep. Henry A. 1987-1988
93 16 Western Union 1984
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72 4 Westin Group (Includes Minutes) 1969-1971
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92 24 White House Briefings March 9, 1981, October 30, 1987
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93 17 Wiesel, Elie, The Jews Of Silence and Interview 1969, 1986
93 18 Wiesenthal, Simon, Center—"Portraits Of Infamy." A Simon Wiesenthal Center Exhibit 1987
93 19 Will, Betsy "Soviet Jewry—A Current Assessment" Focus V.7 N.2 February 1984
93 20 Willis, David K. "Nomenklatura, The Anonymous Social Register Of The Soviet Elite" Town and Country April 1986
93 35 Winnipeg Group 1979
93 21 Winston, Frank (San Francisco, CA Attorney) 1976-1977
93 22 Women's American ORT (Organization For Rehabilitation Through Training) 1973, 1977, 1979, 1982-1984
BoxFolderTitleDate
121 19 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s) London June 1, 1985
121 20 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s) London June 2, 1985
121 21 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London June 3, 1985
121 22 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London 1982-1983
121 23 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London June 6, 1985
121 24 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London June 7, 1985
121 25 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London June 8, 1985
121 26 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London June 9, 1985
121 27 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London 1988-1989
121 28 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London 1990-1993
BoxFolderTitleDate
93 23 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall May 29, 1985
93 24 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall May 30, 1985
93 25 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall May 31, 1985
93 26 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall June 1, 1985
93 27 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall June 1, 1985
93 28 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall June 2, 1985
93 29 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall June 2, 1985
93 30 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall June 3, 1985
93 31 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall June 4, 1985
93 32 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall June 5, 1985
93 33 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall June 6, 1985
93 34 Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s), London—Correspondence—Generall 1985-1990, 1992
93 38 Women's Plea For Soviet Jewry—"Voices Of Soviet Jewish Women” May 26, 1985
93 37 Women's Plea For Soviet Jewry—General 1974, 1979, 1981, 1984, 1987-1988
93 39 Woocher, Jonathan, A Guide To The Organizational Infrastructure Of The American Jewish Community June 5, 1985
93 40 World Conferences Of Jewish Communities On Soviet Jewry—Brussels, Belgium February 23-25, 1971, 1971
93 41 World Conferences Of Jewish Communities On Soviet Jewry—Brussels, Belgium February 17-19, 1976, 1976
93 42 World Conferences Of Jewish Communities On Soviet Jewry—Brussels, Belgium February 17-19, 1976, 1976
93 43 World Council Of Churches May 28, 1985
93 44 World Organization Of Jews From Arab Countries (WOJAC)—Resolution May 28, 1985
93 45 World Union Of Jewish Students, London May 24, 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
94 1 World Without War Council, Berkeley, CA Americans and World Affairs. A Directory Of Organizations and Institutions In Northern California April 1, 1981
94 2 Yakunin, Rev., Gleb, Birnam Wood Is Here—Letters On Civil Rights In The USSR May 30, 1985
94 3 Yale Journal Of World Public Order, The , V.9 N.1 (Fall 1982)—Symposium—Security Of The Person and Security Of The State—Human Rights and Claims Of National Security June 4, 1985
BoxFolderTitleDate
93 36 Year Of The Child Soviet Style June 1, 1985
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94 4 Yevtushenko, Yevgeny, Flower and Bullets and Freedom To Kill (San Francisco, CA: City Light Books, 1970) May 23, 1985
94 5 Young, Andrew (U.N. Ambassador) May 31, 1985
94 6 Zalmanson, Silva undated, 1974
94 7 Zechor Southeast Va. Coordinators For Oppressed Jews Norfolk, VA May 24, 1985
94 8 Zelichenok, Alexander Roald—Correspondence—Generall (Includes 1985 "Dear Colleague" Letters In Support Of and Trial Of) 1985, 1987-1988
94 9 Zelichenok, Alexander Roald, Zalman Weiss—Soviet Anti-Zionist Publications, In Russian 1986-1987
94 10 Zionist Information Service (ZINS) May 26, 1985
94 11 Zunshain, Zachar June 6, 1985
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Part 1, Series IV: National Adopt-A-Family Bank Of The Minnesota-Dakotas Action Committee For Soviet Jewry, undated, 1971-1980

English.
Boxes 94-98.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

National Adopt-A-Family Bank records relate to the Minnesota-Dakotas Action Committee for Soviet Jewry, which operated the data bank from 1973 to 1980. The program sought to provide moral and financial support for selected Soviet Jewish families who wished to emigrate. Materials comprise mostly case files, including profiles of individual Refuseniks; correspondence from Refuseniks, the BACSJ, and other Soviet Jewry groups; and newspaper clippings. Files also contain information on status of VISA applications, Soviet harassment activities, and periodic updates of Refusenik emigration cases.

BoxFolderTitleDate
94 12 "Adopt A Family,” Examples Of Group Activity 1972
94 13 Aberdeen, SD 1972-1978
94 14 Address Corrections 1978-1980
94 15 Administration 1975, 1978
94 16 Adopt-A-Family Related 1972-1978
94 17 Akron, OH 1977-1978
94 18 Alabama Council 1976-1980
94 19 "Appeals, Etc.—Many Signers” (Includes Text Of Petition To Mayor Of Leningrad and Signers) 1973-1976
94 20 Arizona 1976-1980
94 21 Assigned (Names Of People In USSR) 1976-1980
94 22 Baltimore, MD 1974-1975, 1977
94 23 Bay Area 1973-1980
94 24 Boston, MA 1976-1979
94 25 Canadian Committee For Soviet Jewry Toronto 1975-1976, 1978
94 26 Charleston, SC 1975-1976
94 27 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry 1975-1979
94 28 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, A-G 1975-1980
94 29 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, H-R 1975-1979
94 30 Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry, S-Z 1974-1979
94 31 Children's Articles 1972, 1975
94 32 Cincinnati Council For Soviet Jewry 1974-1976, 1978-1980
94 33 Cleveland, OH 1974-1980
94 34 Congregation Of Liberal Judaism, Maitland, FL 1975-1978
94 35 Connecticut 1978-1979
94 36 Conscription—Veterans 1973-1975
94 37 Correspondence 1973-1975
94 38 Correspondence 1976-1980
94 39 Data Bank Mailings 1979-1980
94 40 Denver, CO 1974-1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
95 1 Des Moines, IA 1975-1976, 1978
95 2 Detroit, MI 1974-1980
95 3 England I 1974-1975
95 4 England II 1975-1980
95 5 Eugene, OR (Elaine Barror) 1974-1980
95 6 Exodus 1978
95 7 Family Appeals—Israel and Other Appeals 1977-1979
95 8 Friedland, Rabbi Eric, Chicago, IL 1973-1976
95 9 Friedman, Alvin F., Chicago, IL 1975-1980
95 10 Friedman, Shirley , Morton Grove, IL 1974-1977
95 11 "From Israel” 1976, 1978-1980
95 12 Gillen, Sister Ann 1976-1977, 1979
95 13 Goldstein, Barbara, Highland Park, IL 1975-1978
95 14 Gould, Laurel, Moraga, CA 1974-1978
95 15 Greater Fall River Commission Fall River, MA 1974-1980
95 16 Greater New York Conference On Soviet Jewry 1974-1980
95 17 Harrisburg, PA 1978-1980
95 18 Hawaii undated
95 19 Hollywood, FL 1975-1980
95 20 Indiana 1976, 1978-1980
95 21 Interdenominational 1974-1980
95 22 Intrator, Mrs. Genya, Toronto 1975-1980
95 23 Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation, Evanston, IL 1975, 1977-1978
95 24 Kahn, Doug, Venice, CA 1975
95 25 Kansas City, MO 1976-1979
95 26 Lansing, MI 1976, 1978-1979
95 27 Lawyers Committee For Soviet Jewry, Minneapolis, MN 1975-1976, 1978
95 28 Laufer, Shirley, Dallas, TX 1974, 1976, 1978-1980
95 29 List Of Russians—Leningrad 1977
95 30 Long Island Committee For Soviet Jewry 1974-1980
95 31 Los Alamos, NM 1976-1979
95 32 Mail Regulations 1976-1978
95 33 Medical Mobilization 1975-1980
95 34 Michigan City, IN 1973, 1975-1978
95 35 Milwaukee, WI 1976-1978
95 36 Montreal, Canada 1974-1979
95 37 Myers, Bert, Chicago, IL 1975-1978
95 38 National Conference On Soviet Jewry 1975-1976
95 39 Netherlands 1975-1980
95 40 New York State 1975-1980
95 41 Newspaper Clippings 1971-1977
95 42 North Shore, MA 1979
95 43 Oceanfront Council For Soviet Jewry Brooklyn, NY 1974-1976
95 44 Omaha, NE 1975-1976, 1978-1979
95 45 Other States, A-E 1978-1980
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96 1 Other States, F-L 1976-1980
96 2 Other States, M-W 1975-1980
96 3 Parcels Sent To Soviet Union 1976, 1978-1979
96 4 Permission To Immigrate To Israel 1976-1980
96 5 Philadelphia, PA 1974-1979
96 6 Portland, OR 1977-1980
96 7 "Program Descriptions From Various Groups” 1972-1977
96 8 Reference Material 1971, 1974-1979
96 9 Right To Identity undated
96 10 Sarasota, FL 1978-1980
96 11 Scientists and Engineers Emigrant Fund, Cambridge, MA 1974-1978
96 12 Seattle, WA 1974-1979
96 13 Solnsev, Victor Monterey, CA 1977-1980
96 14 Soloway, Elaine and Barry, Woodbridge, CT (Includes Photo) 1976-1979
96 15 "S.O.S.” 1978-1979
96 16 Southern California 1974-1978
96 17 South Florida I 1973, 1976-1978, 1980
96 18 South Florida II 1978-1980
96 19 Soviet Jewry Action Group San Francisco, CA 1975-1978
96 20 Student Struggle For Soviet Jewry N.Y. 1975-1980
96 21 Toronto, Canada 1975-1979
96 22 Tourist Info 1975
96 23 Tracers 1978
96 24 Tucson, AZ 1979-1980
96 25 Tulsa, OK 1976-1980
96 26 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ) 1975-1979
96 27 Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews (UCSJ) 1979-1980
96 28 Washington, D.C. 1975-1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
97 1 Dollie Brandwein's Files—A (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 2 Dollie Brandwein's Files—B (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 3 Dollie Brandwein's Files—C (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 4 Dollie Brandwein's Files—D (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 5 Dollie Brandwein's Files—E (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 6 Dollie Brandwein's Files—F (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 7 Dollie Brandwein's Files—G (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 8 Dollie Brandwein's Files—Goldshtein, Isai and Grigory (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 9 Dollie Brandwein's Files—H-I (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 10 Dollie Brandwein's Files—J-K (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 11 Dollie Brandwein's Files—L (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 12 Dollie Brandwein's Files—M (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 13 ollie Brandwein's Files—N-O (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 14 Dollie Brandwein's Files—P (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 15 Dollie Brandwein's Files—R (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
97 16 Dollie Brandwein's Files—S (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
BoxFolderTitleDate
98 1 Dollie Brandwein's Files—Sharansky, Anatoly (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
98 2 Dollie Brandwein's Files—T (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
98 3 Dollie Brandwein's Files—U-V (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
98 4 Dollie Brandwein's Files—W-X-Y-Z (Includes Correspondence From Adopted Families In Soviet Union With More Info In Some Cases) 1976-1980
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Part 1, Series V: Audio and Visual Materials, undated, 1966, 1968-1990, 1992

Boxes 99-110, 125-131.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

The Series is arranged into three subseries:
Subseries A: Audio Materials, undated, 1966, 1969-1976, 1978-1982, 1984-1989, 1992
Subseries B: Materials On Videotape, Film and Microfilm, undated, 1970-1990
Subseries C: Photographs, Slides and 3D Objects, undated, 1968-1992

Subseries A: Audio Materials, undated, 1966, 1969-1976, 1978-1982, 1984-1989, 1992

English and Russian.
Box 99.
Arrangement:

Chronologically.

Scope and Content:

Audio materials comprise recordings of Light's conversations with those in Congress, local and national news media, and others involved in the Soviet Jewry movement. Also included are interview recordings with leading figures in the BACSJ and the Soviet Jewry movement, as well as with Anatoly Sharansky, Vladimir Slepak, and other Refuseniks.

BoxFolderTitleDate
99 1 Audio Tapes—1966—King, Dr. Martin Luther, Speech, 5" Reel-To-Reel December 1966
99 2 Audio Tapes—1969—Kazakov-Sperling, San Francisco, CA December 11, 1969
99 3 Audio Tapes—1970—Bishop Myers—Message About Sending Christmas Cards To Soviet Jews and American Baptist Church Message Re.: Sending Cards December 1970
99 4 Audio Tapes—1970—Light, Harold—Speaking With Sol Hurok, Si Frumkin, Zev Yaroslavsky; Speaking At Western Conference; CBS "Voices From The Russian Underground” 1970, 1971
99 5 Audio Tapes—1970—Westin, Dr. Jerry—Report On Trip To Soviet Union Made In London July 11, 1970
99 6 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Hot Line #1; American Jewish Congress Hot Line On Soviet Jewry; Calls To Moscow In Russian and English; Hot Lines #9 and #10; Speaking With Leonid Rigaman 1971
99 7 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Unidentified Meeting; Hot Line #11 1971
99 8 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Hot Lines #18-#37 1971
99 9 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Hot Lines #38-#51 1971
99 10 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Speaking With Len Shuster, Other City Hot Lines; Hot Lines #52-#56 1971
99 11 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Hot Lines #57-#90 1971
99 12 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—"King David Party..." In Israel. Interview Of Two Former Soviet Jews From Vilna Now Living In Israel; Then Singing and Harold Light Speaking Late In The Tape; Jerusalem News Broadcast 1971
99 13 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Panel Discussion On Agenda For Action, Harold Light Is The First Speaker May 1971
99 14 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Speaking With David Butler, Miss All (Sp?) Of Ed Koch's Office; Unidentified Interview and Press Conference; Speaking With Reggie October 18, 1971
99 15 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Speaking About Jews Out Going To USSR As Tourist; Speaking With Howard Wexler; Speaking With Jeff Gale and Ed Koch 1971
99 16 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Robert Frost TV Program—Interview Of Rabbi Meir Kahane, Dorie Sherry, and Dr. Morgenthal, Discussion Of Soviet Jews, Harold Light Speaking With Moscow, and Mary Speaking To Popov In Russian With Some Translation 1971
99 17 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Speaking With Avram Shifirin, Speaking With Rep. Mailliard Feb, Regina Bublil Waldman 1971, 1973
99 18 Audio Tapes—1971—Light, Harold—Univ. Of Calif. At Davis TV Program On Soviet Jewry; Hot Line #17; Speaking With Steve Sloan Of SJAG; Speaking With Moscow; Speaking With Earl Baul 1971
99 19 Audio Tapes—1971—Shifirin, Avram—"Avram Rally” September 5, 1971
99 20 Audio Tapes—1971—Shifirin, Avram—"Avram Rally” September 6, 1971
99 21 Audio Tapes—1971—Shifirin, Avram—"Avraham Philly Sept. 4, 1971” 1971
99 22 Audio Tapes—1971—Shifirin, Avram—Speaking 1971
99 23 Audio Tapes—1971—Soviet Jews Arriving At Airport In Israel, Report 1971
99 24 Audio Tapes—1971—Westin, Dr. Jerry—Speaking About Soviet Jews, This Was To A Course 1971
99 25 Audio Tapes—1971—Unidentified Man Talking About Arab/Israeli Conflict 1971
99 26 Audio Tapes—1972—Kahn, Doug—Speaking With Mark Yampolsky 1972
99 27 Audio Tapes—1972—Kahn, Doug—Speaking With Victor Yachot February 27, 1972
99 28 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Speaking With Brian Lurie and Wright Purdy January 29, 1972
99 29 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—"Gavriel, Victor-Yachot,” Regina Bublil Waldman Speaking With Gavriel In Moscow, Then Harold Light 1972
99 30 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—"Gavriel, Victor-Yachot,” Speaking To Group Re.: BACSJ Activities, Soliciting Money, Etc. 1972
99 31 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Clara Maria Henning, Interview At Press Club; David Boxerman Call To Vladimir Re.—Torah As Gift To Jews Of Moscow, Etc.; Dough Kahn and Harold Light Speaking With Mark Yampolsky In Kiev March 13, 1972
99 32 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Harold Light—Doug Kahn Speaking With Mark Yampolsky; KSFX FM Interview Of Harold Light 1972
99 33 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Speaking With Hershel Goldberg Of Levi Strauss and Then With Peter Haas Of Levi Strauss 1972
99 34 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Speaking With Jo Ann Shenkar June 24, 1972
99 35 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Speaking In London Re.—Meeting With David Floyd July 16, 1972
99 36 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Hot Lines #90-#105 1972
99 37 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Hot Line #109 May 1, 1972
99 38 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Hot Lines #148-#159 1972
99 39 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Sen. Javitz; "Bay Scene" TV—Shelley Fernandez, Light and Joel Brooks Of AJC; Mr. Smith; Northern Calif. Board Of Rabbis,"Jews Of Russia" October 15, 1972
99 40 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Speaking With Si Frumkin and Then Speaking With Karen Cravette Re.: Branover Visit 1972
99 41 Audio Tapes—1972—Light, Harold—Waldman, Regina Bublil, Speaking With Leila Kornfeld Re.: News From Moscow April 5, 1972
99 42 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Interviewed On KBRA (?) Program "Jewish Spectrum” January 1973
99 43 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Speaking With Sid Hoenlein; Regina Bublil Waldman Speaking With Magnin; Boris Kogan; John Kornfeld January 1973
99 44 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—San Francisco, CA Supervisors Press Conference Re.: Not Attending Reception For Mayor Moscow, Speaking With Prof. Nutter; Dr. Kurt Block; Earl Raab; Shelley Fernandez February 1973
99 45 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Campus Perspective TV Program "Soviet Trade,” Interviewing Harold Light, Speaking With Office Of Sen. Hugh Scott Of PA Re.: Press Release On Emigration Taxes April 1973
99 46 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Speaking With Rabbi Sachs Re.: 14 Jews, Jackson-Vanik, Trade April 21, 1973
99 47 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Speaking With Dick Cohen Of National Conference On Soviet Jewry 1973
99 48 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Brezhnev Visit; JDL; Speaking With Arthur Hertzberg, Lipner 1973
99 49 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—"Sakharov and News Conference"; "Perle Spots,” Richard N. Perle 1973
99 50 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Interviewed On NBC TV Program "Soviet Trade At What Cost?” 1973
99 51 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Interviewed On KGO June 3, 1973
99 52 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Interviewed On Washington Report Of The Air 1973
99 53 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Hot Lines #170-#194 1973
99 54 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Speaking With Dr. Louis Rosenblum September 4, 1973
99 55 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Speaking With Rabbi Hershberg; News Report and Interview Of Soviet Activist; Hadassah Hebrew Academy Children At Soviet Consulate 1974
99 56 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Rutman, Dr. Roman January 15, 1973
99 57 Audio Tapes—1973—Light, Harold—Town Hall Forum June 18, 1973
99 58 Audio Tapes—1974—Light, Harold—Speaking With Richard Perle Of Sen. Jackson's Office July 1, 1974
99 59 Audio Tapes—1974—Light, Harold—Speaking Re.: Press Conference With Jackson, Javits, and Ribacoff On Jackson Amendment 1974
99 60 Audio Tapes—1974—Light, Harold—Speaking At Brandeis Institute Campus 1974
99 61 Audio Tapes—1974—Light, Harold—Hot Lines #213-#216 1974
99 62 Audio Tapes—1974—Light, Harold—Hot Lines #217-#230; Reginal Bublil Waldman Comments On Soviet Gymnasts At Cow Palace; Dennis Prager Comments Paying Tribute To Harold Light; Hot Lines #232-#235 1974
99 63 Audio Tapes—1975—UCSJ Conference (Includes Leonard Schroeter and Judy Silverman) January 4, 1975
99 64 Audio Tapes—1975—UCSJ Conference January 5-6, 1975
99 65 Audio Tapes—1975—Woman Reading From Soviet Press Articles Re.: Zionism, Etc.; Women Speaking In Russian; Then Two Women Speaking In English 1975
99 66 Audio Tapes—1975—"Shtern At Mount Zion 6/24/75,” Narrative About Meeting In Soviet Union With Soviet Underground Artists; "Demo 7/29,” Various Speakers 1975
99 67 Audio Tapes—1976—Sasha and Yuri On Today Show, Music By and Interview 1975
99 68 Audio Tapes—1978—"Russian Tapes,” Recorded In Moscow By WMBM and WWWL Of Miami, FL May 15, 1978
99 69 Audio Tapes—1978—"Russian Tapes,” Recorded In Moscow By WMBM and WWWL Of Miami, FL May 15, 1978
99 70 Audio Tapes—1979—Waldman, Regina Bublil, Interviewed On Chandler Show 1979
99 71 Audio Tapes—1979—Nudel, Ida, "Shalom Ida Nudel," 7" Vinyl Record, 2 Copies and A Cassette It Was Copied To 1979
99 72 Audio Tapes—1980—Regina Bublil Waldman and Annette Lantos, Interviewed On KCBS, Interviewed On KALW 1980
99 73 Audio Tapes—1980—Light, Selma, Interview May 15, 1980
99 74 Audio Tapes—1981—Weiss, Dr. David, Interviewed In Jerusalem July 17, 1981
99 75 Audio Tapes—1981—Garber, David, Interview July 16, 1981
99 76 Audio Tapes—1981—Westin, Dr. Jerry, Interviewed In Israel July 20, 1981
99 77 Audio Tapes—1981—Sofios, Yael (Michele), Interviewed In Jerusalem July 2, 1981
99 78 Audio Tapes—1981—Yaroslavsky, Zev, Interview December 30, 1981
99 79 Audio Tapes—1982—Frumkin, Si, Interview January 2, 1982
99 80 Audio Tapes—1984—Kruity, Mikhail, Interviewed In San Francisco, CA By Irene Rotenberg For The Holocaust Media Project, This Tape Is In Russian October 23, 1984
99 81 Audio Tapes—1985—Conference On Soviet Jews, Washington, D.C., "Rita Hauser, Pam Cohen, Panel—Alla Praisman, Konnilyn Feig, Ed Mcwilliams,” Q/A Re.: Relations With Soviet Union and Soviet Jewry Movement October 1985
99 82 Audio Tapes—1985—Conference On Soviet Jews Washington, D.C., "Rita Hauser, Pam Cohen, Panel—Alla Praisman, Konnilyn Feig, Ed Mcwilliams,” Q/A Re.: Relations With Soviet Union and Soviet Jewry Movement October 1985
99 83 Audio Tapes—1986—Sharansky, Natan, Speaking To Conference Of Presidents Of Jewish Organizations 1986
99 84 Audio Tapes—1986—The Soviet Emigre Orchestra, Playing Shostakovich and Tchaikovksy 1986
99 85 Audio Tapes—1987—Slepak, Vladimir, Expressing Gratitude For Support February 28, 1987
99 86 Audio Tapes—1987—Daniloff, Nick, Speaking To ABA Convention In San Francisco, CA August 10, 1987
99 87 Audio Tapes—1987—"Heroes" By Cantor Bruce Benson, Heard At Simchat Torah Rally 1987
99 88 Audio Tapes—1987—"Heroes" By Cantor Bruce Benson, Heard At Simchat Torah Rally 1987
99 89 Audio Tapes—1987—Schapira, Mitchel, Speaking About Problems Of Soviet Jews Anchorage, AK 1987
99 90 Audio Tapes—1988—Zelichonok, Alek, Telephone Conversation With 1988
99 91 Audio Tapes—1988—Agnos, Art, Speaking To Annual Women's Plan (Or Plea?) For Soviet Jewry 1988
99 92 Audio Tapes—1989—Jackson-Vanik Amendment Waiver On Agricultural Commodities, Pres. Bush and Secretary Of State James Baker Speaking December 12, 1989
99 93 Audio Tapes—1992—BACSJ Annual Meeting April 1992
99 94 Audio Tapes—1992—BACSJ Focus Group, Discussion Re.: Issues and Problems 1992
99 95 Audio Tapes—1992—BACSJ Focus Group, Discussion Re.: Issues and Problems 1992
99 96 Audio Tapes—1992—BACSJ Focus Group, Discussion Re.: Issues and Problems 1992
99 97 Audio Tapes—1992—Gerber, Dr. Alla, Interview 1992
99 98 Audio Tapes—1992—"Lillian Foreman, Omnibus Issue” 1992
99 99 Audio Tapes—undated—Brodsky, Vladimir undated
99 100 Audio Tapes—undated—Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry "Refuseniks—Heroes Of History” undated
99 101 Audio Tapes—undated—Gilbert, Martin "Childrens Tale” undated
99 102 Audio Tapes—undated—Waldman, Regina Bublil At A Conference In Tbilisi Talks About Refuseniks, Etc. undated
99 103 Audio Tapes—undated—"Sakharov Nobel Prize 80s” undated
99 104 Audio Tapes—undated—Tapes In Russian—Poor Relatives, Meeting About Holocaust In Kiev, Women's Group I In Moscow, Etc. undated
99 105 Audio Tapes—undated—Tapes In Russian—Poor Relatives, Meeting About Holocaust In Kiev, Women's Group I In Moscow, Etc. undated
99 106 Audio Tapes—undated—Tapes In Russian—Poor Relatives, Meeting About Holocaust In Kiev, Women's Group I In Moscow, Etc. undated
99 107 Audio Tapes—undated—Tapes In Russian—Poor Relatives, Meeting About Holocaust In Kiev, Women's Group I In Moscow, Etc. undated
99 108 Audio Tapes—undated—Tapes In Russian—Poor Relatives, Meeting About Holocaust In Kiev, Women's Group I In Moscow, Etc. undated
99 109 Audio Tapes—undated—Telephone Call To Russia 1980s, Audrey To Ludmilla undated
99 110 Audio Tapes—undated—Tapes In Russian—Unidentified undated
99 111 Audio Tapes—undated—Tapes In Russian—Unidentified undated
99 113 Audio Tapes—undated—Women's League For Conservative Judaism, St. Petersburg, FL—"To Dally From Helen Applefield” undated

Subseries B: Materials On Videotape, Film and Microfilm, undated, 1970-1990

English.
Boxes 99-109, 126-131.
Arrangement:

By Medium.

Scope and Content:

The Microfilm includes copies of documents pertaining to Soviet Jewry activities of the BACSJ, the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, and other organizations. Some of the microfilmed documents relate to demonstrations at the Soviet Consulate, news reports, and other events. Light produced and circulated the microfilm to promote the activities of the BACSJ and to publicize the Soviet Jewry issue. Movies and Videocassettes contain mostly recordings of television news programs, interviews with BACSJ leaders, public service announcements, and extensive video recordings of a 1983 mock media tribunal sponsored by the BACSJ to publicize the plight of Anatoly Sharansky. The media event, "The People vs. The Government of the USSR—An International Tribunal Investigating Crimes Against Anatoly Sharansky," was intended to put the Soviet Union on public trial for its crimes against Sharansky and against its own constitution. The proceedings featured three prominent California jurists, including state Supreme Court Justice, Stanley Mosk, joined on the bench by Justice Frank Newman and San Francisco municipal court Judge Lillian Sing. The prosecution team consisted of Alan Dershowitz of Harvard University Law School and Irwin Cotler of McGill University Law School. The cast of witnesses included Alan Pollack, Tel Aviv University historian; Congressmen Tom Lantos; and Sister Ann Gillen, executive director of the National Interreligious Task Force on Soviet Jewry.

BoxFolderTitleDate
99 112 Microfilm—Documents Re.: Soviet Jewry Activities—1970 Newspaper Clipping From The San Francisco Examiner; Other Soviet Jewry Groups Including The UCSJ, The Mack Truck Issue, News From The BACSJ, and Demonstrations At The Soviet Consulate. (2 Copies) 1970-1972
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100 1 Moving Images—51 Miscellaneous VHS Tapes, undated 1970s-1990s
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101 1 Moving Images—48 Miscellaneous VHS Tapes, undated 1970s-1990s
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102 1 Moving Images—51 Miscellaneous VHS Tapes, undated 1970s-1990s
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103 1 Moving Images—41 Miscellaneous VHS Tapes, undated 1970s-1990s
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104 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—5 35mm Film Reels, 3 1" Type C Video Tape 1988-1989
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105 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—17 Betacam and U-Matic Tapes; 1 VHS Tape; 1 Audiocassette; 4 7" Audiotape Reels 1988-1989
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106 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—5 35mm Film Reels 1988-1989
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126 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—5 35mm Film Reels 1988-1989
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127 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—5 35mm Film Reels 1988-1989
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128 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—5 35mm Film Reels 1988-1989
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129 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—5 35mm Film Reels 1988-1989
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130 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—5 35mm Film Reels 1988-1989
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131 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—2 35mm Film Reels 1988-1989
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107 1 Moving Images—"Russia '88" Media Project Production Materials—1 1" Videotape Reel, 2 10" Audiotape Reels; 3 16mm Film Reels—"Ida Nudel In Exile" and "Let My People Go"; Miscellaneous—12 Video8, Hi8 and VHS-C Tapes; 7 Betacam Tapes undated, 1980s-1990s
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108 1 Moving Images—16 Miscellaneous U-Matic Rapes, undated 1970s-1990s
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109 1 Moving Images—19 Miscellaneous U-Matic Tapes, undated 1970s-1990s

Subseries C: Photographs, Slides and 3D Objects, undated, 1968-1992

English.
Boxes 110, 125.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

The series contains photographs and slides depicting subject matter related to the Soviet Jewry movement—Soviet Jews, Refuseniks, Prisoners of Conscience, American and Soviet politicians, celebrities engaged in the Soviet Jewry movement, Soviet dissidents, demonstrations, protests, celebrations, meetings and other events and individuals. Also included are 3D objects worn by the BACSJ activists in solidarity with Soviet Jews—bracelets and necklaces personalized With names Of Prisoners Of Conscience and Refuseniks, pins and yellow cloth Stars Of David.

BoxFolderTitleDate
125 1 Display Materials—Cardboard and Foam Core display boards—Refuseniks and BACSJ Activities, 16 boards undated
125 2 Display Materials—"Child in Refusal" Display, 20 Laminated Card boards, 11"X14” undated
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110 1 Photographs—Abezgauz, Evgeny—Painting "Little Israel Wandered..." 5x7 1975
110 2 Photographs—Alexandrovich, Ruth—Public Vigil By Hadassah For (2), 5x7 B/W Glossy W/Negatives June 14, 1971
110 3 Photographs—American Constitution Committee Rally (1), 3x5, Color November 7, 1987
110 4 Photographs—Anti-Zionist Posters (2), 4x5, B/W, Glossy 1983
110 5 Photographs—Astrakhan, Lilya (Baby), 3x5, B/W, Glossy undated
110 6 Photographs—Azbel, Prof. David, 5x7, B/W, Glossy undated
110 7 Photographs—Azbel, Mark, 3x5, B/W, Glossy undated
110 8 Photographs—Babi Yar Commemoration At Holocaust Memorial, Lincoln Park, San Francisco, CA, 5x7, B/W, Glossy October 2, 1991
110 9 Photographs—Baer, Jennifer—Bat Mitzvah, 3x5, Color 1982
110 10 Photographs—BACSJ Annual Meetings 1979
110 11 Photographs—BACSJ Annual Meetings 1979
110 12 Photographs—BACSJ Annual Meetings 1980
110 13 Photographs—BACSJ Annual Meetings 1980
110 14 Photographs—BACSJ Annual Meetings 1980
110 15 Photographs—BACSJ Annual Meetings 1980
110 16 Photographs—BACSJ Annual Meetings 1981
110 17 Photographs—BACSJ Annual Meetings 1982
110 18 Photographs—"BACSJ At Work" In Office From Left To Right—Regina Bublil Waldman, Yale Sofios, Shirley Polanski, Dorothy Rosenthal, Lillian Foreman, and Noah Waldman, 8x10, B/W, Glossy Summer 1978
110 19 Photographs—BACSJ Billboard—Help Free Russian Jews, 4x6, B/W, Glossy and (4) 3x4, B/W, Glossy 1973
110 20 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1978
110 21 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1979
110 22 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1979
110 23 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1981
110 24 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1983
110 25 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1983
110 26 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1983
110 27 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1985
110 28 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1986
110 29 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1986
110 30 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1988
110 31 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1988
110 32 Photographs—Benefits and Fund Raising 1988
110 33 Photographs—Demonstrations—Ukrainian-Jewish Demonstration (19), 3x5, With Negatives September 13, 1981
110 34 Photographs—Demonstrations—At Soviet Consulate—Avital Sharansky and Lillian Foreman (9), 4x5 Color 1981
110 35 Photographs—Demonstrations—Helsinki Accords Demonstration August 1, 1985
110 36 Photographs—Demonstrations—Helsinki Accords Demonstration August 1, 1985
110 37 Photographs—Demonstrations—Unidentified Contact Sheet 1989
110 38 Photographs—Demonstration For Joseph Roginsky In San Francisco, CA (4), 4x6, B/W, Glossy
110 39 Photographs—Demonstrations—Unidentified (Includes Signs Supporting Operation Exodus) (6), 4x6, Color 1990s
110 40 Photographs—Woman Holding Little Boy and Sign "I Am My Brother's Keeper” 8x10, B/W Glossy undated
110 41 Photographs—Demonstrations undated
110 42 Photographs—Demonstrations undated
110 43 Photographs—Demonstrations undated
110 44 Photographs—Foreman, Lillian—Trip To USSR Oct. 1977 With Lillian Hoffman, Ruby Goodman, Julie Harris, and Marilyn Rudy (5), 4x5, B/W Glossy and (21), 4x5, Color (Includes News Story About The Trip) undated
110 45 Photographs—Fradkova Event At Soviet Consulate March 4, 1986
110 46 Photographs—Fradkova Event At Soviet Consulate March 4, 1986
110 47 Photographs—Free Soviet Jews—Photos Of Signs and Banners (4), 3x4, B/W Glossy 1970s
110 48 Photographs—Freedom Seder (21), Color Slides April 15, 1986
110 49 Photographs—Kurtz, Frank—Speaking, 5x7, B/W, Glossy 1990
110 50 Photographs—Light, Harold—Portrait (2), 5x7, B/W undated
110 51 Photographs—Light, Harold—Soviet Freighter At San Francisco, CA, With Larry Goldberg and Joel Brooks, 3x5, B/W Glossy March 1970
110 52 Photographs—Light, Harold—Christmas Cards Project News Conference 1970
110 53 Photographs—Light, Harold, 3x5, B/W, Glossy 1971
110 54 Photographs—Light, Harold—Mr. and Mrs. Light With Mr. and Mrs. Mikhail Geertsman, and Ina Slepyan At King David Hotel, Jerusalem, 5x7, B/W, Glossy 1971
110 55 Photographs—Light, Harold—Russian Furs Protest—Mr. and Mrs. Light Burning An I. Magnin Credit Card (2) 8x10, B/W, Glossy November 24, 1972
110 56 Photographs—Light, Harold—Mr. and Mrs. Light, 3x5, B/W, Glossy 1973
110 57 Photographs—Light, Harold—Tribute To Harold Light (33), 3x5, B/W, Glossy With Negatives December 1, 1974
110 58 Photographs—Light, Harold—Light, Selma With Robert Hirsch As Stalin At “Stalin Is Alive” Protest (2), 5x7, B/W, Glossy June 26, 1970
110 59 Photographs—Light, Harold—Night Of The Murdered Poets (2), 3x5, B/W With Negatives and Contact Sheet August 11, 1986
110 60 Photographs—Light, Harold—Platt, Marshall, 5x7, B/W, Glossy 1990
110 61 Photographs—Schapira, Morey—Speaking At Demonstration In San Francisco, CA, 3x5, B/W, Glossy undated
110 62 Photographs—Schapira, Morey—With Prof. Benjamin Levich and Prof. Joel Ferziger, 3x5, B/W Glossy undated
110 63 Photographs—Schapira, Morey—With Rep. Dante Fascell, Robert Gordon, andSpencer Oliver, 3x5 B/W, Glossy undated
110 64 Photographs—Schapira, Morey—With Rep. Don Clausen, 3x5, B/W, Glossy undated
110 65 Photographs—Schapira, Morey—With Rep. Norman Mineta, Chris Ohlman, and Robert Gordon, 3x5, B/W, Glossy undated
110 66 Photographs—Simchat Torah—1974—Street Dance, 3x5, B/W, Glossy October 6, 1974
110 67 Photographs—Simchat Torah—1978—(5), 3x5, B/W, Glossy, 1978
110 68 Photographs—12 From The Soviet Underground 1976—The Artists, 5x7, B/W, Glossy 1976
110 69 Photographs—12 From The Soviet Underground 1976
110 70 Photographs—Waksberg, David—On Stage With Unidentified Men and Women, 5x7, B/W Glossy 1989
110 71 Photographs—B'nai B'rith—"Winners Of Oratorical Contest In May 1968 Were Sent To Russian Embassy In Washington,” 8x10, B/W, Glossy May 1968
110 72 Photographs—Bonner, Dr. Yelena—Receiving Light Award With Selma Light and David Waksberg, 8x10, B/W, Glossy March 3, 1990
110 73 Photographs—Brezhnev, Leonid—Photos Of, Some Are 1971 With Descriptions (5), 8x10, B/W, Glossy 1971
110 74 Photographs—Bukovksy, Vladimir (2), 3x5, B/W, Glossy undated
110 75 Photographs—Canadian Women's Petition For Human Rights (2), 8x10, B/W, Matte May 19, 1976
110 76 Photographs—Committee Of Concerned Scientists—Two Men Speaking Over An Iron Gate At A Soviet Embassy (?), 8x10, B/W, Glossy 1974
110 77 Photographs—Cranston, Sen. Allen—Speaking At Tribute To Sakharov, San Francisco, CA City Hall, 4x5, B/W, Glossy May 29, 1986
110 78 Photographs—Eisher, Max M., 4x6, B/W, Glossy 1973
110 79 Photographs—Feiga, Fischbein, 4x5, B/W, Glossy, W/Negatives undated
110 80 Photographs—Florida Council For Soviet Jews—Demonstration At USSR Women's Gymnastics Team, Miami (5), 4x4, B/W March 1973
110 81 Photographs—Gorodetsky, Yacov and Ester With Dmytry Grinberg, 4x5, B/W, Glossy undated
110 82 Photographs—Graves—Photos Of, With Descriptions, Negatives Only undated
110 83 Photographs—Hoffman, Lillian, 3x5, Color June 1979
110 84 Photographs—Ilyenka Jewish Father and Daughter, 4x4, Color, Matte October 9, 1976
110 85 Photographs—Krimer, Gerald—"Holding Up A Box Decorated By The Class Of Vitamins,” 4x5, B/W, Glossy and "Mr. Jepper Receiving The Box Of 'Gardies'” January 1983
110 86 Photographs—Laufer, Rita, Trip To USSR, Unidentified People (7), 4x4, Color Matte 1976
110 87 Photographs—"Let My People Go,” Banner Held At Soviet Track Team Meet, 5x7, B/W, Glossy 1971
110 88 Photographs—Lilienthal, Mark (?) and Judy Stone, 3x5, B/W, Glossy March 10, 1970
110 89 Photographs—Los Angeles County—(5) Unidentified Men at Signing of Let Jews Go, Proclamation, 8x10, B/W, Glossy undated
110 90 Photographs—Mai, Arkady and Helen (2) 3x5 Color Mat undated
110 91 Photographs—Moscow Hebrew Teachers—Identified 5x7 B/W Mat undated
110 92 Photographs—Nudel, Ida—Film Image At Channkiah JCC, Palo Alto, 8x10, B/W, Matte December 13, 1990
110 93 Photographs—Press Club Of San Francisco, CA—Police Officer In Front Of The Chained Door With Men and Women, 8x10, B/W, Glossy 1970
110 94 Photographs—Rapoport, Alek—Counter Art Exhibit 1977
110 95 Photographs—Rapoport, Alek—Counter Art Exhibit 1977
110 96 Photographs—Richter, Glenn—Holding A "Let My People Go" T-Shirt, 5x7, Color, Glossy undated
110 97 Photographs—Rosenblum, Dr. Louis, 8x10, B/W, Matte undated
110 98 Photographs—St. Petersburg Art Exchange—Yad L'Yad Project, 11x9, B/W, Glossy 1991-1992
110 99 Photographs—"St. Petersburg Twinning," (3), 4x5, B/W, Glossy 1990s
110 100 Photographs—Sakharov, Andrei—8x11, B/W, Glossy undated
110 101 Photographs—Sakharov, Andrei—Demonstration For undated
110 102 Photographs—Sakharov, Andrei—Press Conference Re.: (Includes Regina Bublil, Emilio Segre, Owen Chamberlain, and Robert Hofstader) (2), 4x4, B/W, Glossy November 17, 1975
110 103 Photographs—Sakharov, Andrei—Samoilovich, Georgi and Deborah Louria, 5x7, Color, Glossy 1989
110 104 Photographs—Sakharov, Andrei—Save Soviet Jewry—Signs In Various Locations (4), 4x5, B/W, Glossy 1970s
110 105 Photographs—Sharansky, Leonid and Wife, Moscow (2), 3x5 October 1977
110 106 Photographs—"Scholars Discuss Cultural Genocide In The USSR"—Left To Right—Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Dr. Benjamin Fain, Jacob Birnbaum, and Moshe Decter, 4x5, B/W, Glossy January 29, 1984
110 107 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Avital In San Francisco, CA (2) 3x5 and (1) 5x7 February 28, 1978
110 108 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Avital With Unidentified Berkeley Scientists (2), 4x5, B/W, Glossy and (1), 5x7, B/W, Glossy July 1978
110 109 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Avital On Berkeley Campus (Includes, Joan Baez) (11), 4x5, B/W, Glossy July 1978
110 110 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Bus Ads For Sharansky—Prints and Contact Sheets With Negatives Of Ad On Bus 1979
110 111 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Avital At BACSJ Sponsored Event For Natan (6) Prints W/Negs 1979
110 112 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Avital (1) 8x10 and (2) 5x7 undated
110 113 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Sharansky's First Rally In San Francisco, CA In Front Of The Soviet Consulate, 8x10, B/W, Matte 1987
110 114 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Visit To San Francisco, CA, Jan. 30-Feb. 1987 (2), 5x7 1987
110 115 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Speaking To Crowd In San Francisco, CA, 8x10, B/W, Glossy 1987
110 116 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Natan With Morey Schapira, Selma Light, Lillian Foreman, and Many Others, 8x10, B/W, Glossy 1987
110 117 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Natan With BACSJ Staff Members, (2) 5x7, B/W, Matte June 27, 1988
110 118 Photographs—Sharansky, Avital and Natan—Sharansky Event San Francisco, CA (3), Contact Sheets June 27, 1988
110 119 Photographs—Sherbourne, Michael and Muriel (4) 4x5 Color, Including Demonstration At Soviet Consulate San Francisco, CA 1983
110 120 Photographs—Sherut La'am—Israel Photos 1966
110 121 Photographs—Silver, Judy B., 3x4, B/W, Matte 1972
110 122 Photographs—Soloway, Elaine and Barry With Fainberg Family In Israel, 4x5, Color, Matte undated
110 123 Photographs—Soviet Freighter At San Francisco, CA, Protesters Include Larry Goldberg, Joel Brooks, and Bob G., 8x10, B/W, Glossy and (2), 3x5, B/W, Glossy 1970
110 124 Photographs—Soviet Jewry Action Group (SJAG)—"Photo '70" Exhibit Of Russian Photos—Demonstration By SJAG (2), 8x10, B/W, Matte May 1970
110 125 Photographs—"Soviet Jews—Out” undated
110 126 Photographs—"Soviet Jews—Out” undated
110 127 Photographs—"Soviet Jews—Out” undated
110 128 Photographs—"Soviet Jews—Out"—Negatives undated
110 129 Photographs—Speak Out For Soviet Jews In Sigmund Stern Grove (3), 7x10, B/W, Glossy, (1), 7x9, B/W, Glossy, (1) 7x8, B/W, Glossy, (1) 5x9, B/W, Glossy October 12, 1969
110 130 Photographs—Tchaikovsky Chamber Orchestra, 8x10, B/W, Glossy 1989
110 131 Photographs—Tent Of Meeting Santa Fe, NM (11), Slides 1986
110 132 Photographs—Terlitsky Family (4), 4x6, B/W, Glossy 1985
110 133 Photographs—Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews—Mid-Year Conference In San Francisco, CA (7), 3x5, B/W, With Negatives 1979
110 134 Photographs—Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews—Annual Meeting (4), 3x5, B/W 1979
110 135 Photographs—Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews—Jerusalem Conference (Includes Regina Bublil Waldman, Judith Matthews, and Menachem Begin) 1980
110 136 Photographs—Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews—Jerusalem Conference (Includes Regina Bublil Waldman, Judith Matthews, and Menachem Begin) 1980
110 137 Photographs—Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews—Annual Meeting (Includes Morey Schapira, Regina Bublil Waldman, Rep. Robert Matsui, and Judith Matthews) 1980
110 138 Photographs—Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews—Annual Meeting (Includes Morey Schapira, Regina Bublil Waldman, Rep. Robert Matsui, and Judith Matthews) 1980
110 139 Photographs—Union Of Councils For Soviet Jews—Washington Conference (Includes David Waksberg, Selma Light, and Regina Bublil Waldman) 1981
110 140 Photographs—USSR—KGB Agents Baruch Tiomkin and Tanya Zaritsky, Moscow, 4x5, Color, Matte 1975
110 141 Photographs—USSR—Khoralnaya Synagogue—Interior and Exterior With People
110 142 Photographs—USSR—Khoralnaya Synagogue—Interior and Exterior With People
110 143 Photographs—USSR—Moscow—Contact Sheets Of People and Places (Includes David Waksberg and Elena Bonner) undated
110 144 Photographs—Utevsky, Lev—Artwork by (Includes Descriptions) (3), 5x7, B/W, Glossy undated
110 145 Photographs—Women's Campaign For Soviet Jewry (35s) London—Jillian Isaacs and Regina Bublil Waldman San Francisco, CA (3), 4x5, B/W, Glossy, W/Negs August 1981
110 146 Photographs—Yaakov Agam's Poster Freedom For The Jews In The USSR, 4x6, B/W, Glossy
110 147 Photographs—Unidentified Group Of Men and Women undated
110 148 Photographs—Unidentified Man Holding Alexander Lerner Poster undated
110 149 Photographs—Unidentified Men and Women undated
110 150 Photographs—Unidentified Woman Receiving An Award 1992
110 151 Photographs—Unidentified Negatives, Men and Women 1978
110 152 Photographs—Unidentified—Miscellaneous Photos Of Soviet Jews undated
110 153 Slides—12 From The Soviet Underground (30 Slides) 1976
110 154 Slides—Benefit (13 Slides) October 20, 1979
110 153 Slides—Chicago Action For Soviet Jewry—"Refuseniks—Heroes Of History,” (109 Slides) 1986
110 154 Slides—Gilbert, Martin—"Children's Tale" (58 Slides) 1984
110 155 Slides—Freedom Seder (21 Slides) April 15, 1986
110 156 Slides—Unidentified--Russian Federation Refuseniks (68 Slides) undated, 1975-1977, 1981-1982
110 157 Slides—USSR—Moscow Street Scene (1 Slide) 1974
110 158 Slides—USSR—Trip To USSR By Rabbi Lewis and Rev. Huneke—(48 Slides) 1983
110 159 3-D Objects—Bracelets (13) and Necklaces (4) Personalized With Names Of Prisoners Of Conscience and Refuseniks, Pins (17), Yellow Cloth Stars Of David (4) undated
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Part 1, Series VI: Oversize Materials, undated, 1969-1993

Boxes OS1 1-8, OS2 1, OS6 1-3, MAP1 folders 1-14.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

The series contains oversize materials and garments used for public display at demonstrations, rallies and other events, to educate and raise awareness of the Soviet Jewry issues. The materials include maps, posters, demonstration placards, Refusenik lists, educational and exhibition display materials, t-shirts and sweatshirts with slogans and BACSJ insignia, and other items including petitions to Congress, certificates of honor, proclamations and resolutions.

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OS1 1 1 Display Materials—Enlarged Phtographs on foam core—12 photos of Soviet Jews and American ASJM Activists, 16"X20” undated
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OS1 2 1 Display Materials—Enlarged Phtographs on foam core—12 photos of Soviet Jews and American ASJM Activists, 16"X20” undated
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OS1 3 1 Display Materials—Enlarged Phtographs on foam core—12 photos of Soviet Jews and American ASJM Activists, 16"X20” undated
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OS1 4 1 Display Materials—Enlarged Phtographs of Soviet Jews, BACSJ Activities and Documents, 12, Various Sizes undated
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OS1 5 1 Display Materials—"Calendar '87"—Refuseniks with Biographical Notes; Barbara Pfeffer Calendar of Soviet Jewis Communities, 25 laminated boards, 15"X20” 1986-1987
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OS1 6 1 Display Materials—BACSJ Activities, 27 laminated boards, 15"X20" and 3 Mounted Photos, 15"X18"; Small Posters—"L. Lubarsky"; "R. Alexandrovich"; Soviet Hebrew Teachers; Sharansky; The Tufelds, 1980 Olympics ASJM Ads, Bumber Sticker undated, 1980, 1986-1987
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OS1 7 1 Display Materials—Separated Refusenik Families, 25 laminated boards, 15"X20"; Certificates of Honor, Proclamations, Resolutions; "12 from the Soviet Undergound"—6 Color Prints of the Artwork, 11"X14” 1969-1993
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OS1 8 1 Handmade Signs and Placards for Demonstrations to be Hung From the Neck with Names of the Prisoners of Conscience and Refuseniks Soviet Antisemitic and Antizionist Posters, Laminated undated
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OS2 1 1 Soviet Jewry Movement Posters and Display Boards undated
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OS6 1 1 Display Materials—19 Display Laminated Display Boards—BACSJ Activities, Documents, Photos, Slogans undated
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OS6 2 1 Handmade Signs with Slogans for Demonstrations, SJM Posters, Soviet Propaganda Posters undated
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OS6 3 1 12 ASJM t-shirts and Sweatshirts
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MAP1 1 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 2 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 3 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 4 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 5 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 6 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 7 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 8 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 9 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 10 BACSJ Display Materials for Demonstrations, Cardboard Mounted undated
MAP1 11 Hand-made Cardboard Signs for Demonstrations Re.: Soviet Jewry and Criticism of USSR 22"X28" undated
MAP1 12 Petitions to Congress Signed by Soviet Jewish Emigrants undated
MAP1 13 Soviet Communist Propaganda, Anti-Zionism and Anti-Israel Posters undated
MAP1 14 Soviet Jewry Movement Posters undated
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Part 2, Series I: Name Files, 1973-1999

English.
4269 Folders.
Arrangement:

Alphabetically by last name.

Scope and Content:

The series contains individual files on the persons involved in the Soviet Jewry movement—Soviet Jewish Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience, staff members of the BACSJ, UCSJ and other American Soviet Jewry movement activists, American, Soviet and Former Soviet States' politicians who had participated in the Soviet Jewry movement and influenced or affected the Jewish life in the USSR and the former Soviet states.

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97 149 Aaronovitch (Leningrad) 1993
97 150 Aba, Elizaveta 1988
97 151 Abadzhanov, Moshe 1988
97 152 Abasov, Mahmed 1988
97 153 Abelev, Gari 1988
97 154 Abelev, Yakov 1988
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66 10 Abelevich, Grigory 1989
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97 155 Abelovich, Yakov 1993
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4 4 Abergauz, Alexander 1981-1982, 1984-1985
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97 156 Aberson, Mikhail 1983, 1988
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99 89 Abezgauz, Evgeniy 1975-1976, 1981
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97 159 Abram G. (Vorkuta) 1988
97 157 Abramchayeva, Diana 1993
97 160 Abramkhaimishvili, Mordecai 1988
97 162 Abramov, Gennady 1990
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66 11 Abramov, Moshe 1984-1986
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97 161 Abramova, Ita 1988
97 164 Abramova, Olga 1988
97 167 Abramovich, G. M. 1988
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66 13 Abramovich, Galina 1982, 1988
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97 165 Abramovich, J. P. 1988
97 166 Abramovich, Noah 1988
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69 15 Abramovich, Pavel 1987
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97 172 Abramovich, Sara 1988
97 171 Abramovich, Simon Girsh 1988
97 168 Abramovich, Svetlana 1988
97 169 Abramovich, T. P. 1988
97 170 Abramovich, Yefim 1988
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87 27 Abrams, Elliot 1984-1985
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