Guide to the David R. and Muriel K. Pokross Papers,
undated, 1898-2015


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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Pokross Family
Title: David R. and Muriel K. Pokross Papers
Dates:undated, 1898-2015
Abstract: This collection contains awards and honors, business records, meeting minutes, financial documents, correspondence, manuscripts, interview transcripts, and speeches documenting the work and personal lives of lawyer and philanthropist David R. Pokross and his wife Muriel K. Pokross.
Languages: The collection is in English.
Quantity: 4.5 linear feet (2 document boxes, 5 manuscript boxes)
Identification: P-1041
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
Location: Located in AJHS Boston, MA
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Biographical Note

David R. and Muriel K. Pokross, June 1992

David R. Pokross was born on December 30, 1906 to Israel and Jennie (Lucksniansky) Pokross in Fall River, Massachusetts. Israel had immigrated to Fall River in 1893 from Gorodishche, Ukraine at the age of 21. He worked as a peddler and eventually was able to bring his parents, Penny and Jennie, and his three siblings, Moses, Jacob, and Bertha, to join him in Fall River. Circa 1904, he married Jennie Lucksniansky, who was born in Russia in 1887 and had moved to Providence, Rhode Island at the age of four. The couple had 2 children, Eva (born 1905) and David. In 1909, when David was two years old, his mother died of pneumonia at the age of 22. Two years later, Israel married Lillie Goldstein, and together they had three children: Sophie, Ethel, and Estelle.

David attended Davis School and then BMC Durfee High School, graduating in 1923. He enrolled at Harvard College that year, graduating in 1927 with a degree in French literature, and then attended Harvard Law School, graduating in 1930. After earning his law degree, he was hired by Gaston, Snow, Saltonstall & Hunt, and later, in 1932 at Peabody, Brown, Rowley & Storey (later Peabody & Brown, and today, Nixon Peabody), where he worked for the rest of his law career. In 1939, David became a partner at the firm.

In 1943, during World War II, David volunteered for military service, joining the United States Navy as a lieutenant junior grade. He worked at the General Counsel of the Navy and was assigned to the Navy’s Bureau of Aeronautics and then the Army Air Corps’ Wright Field as counsel to Admiral Arthur Miles, where David was promoted to lieutenant commander. He was discharged in February 1946 and returned to Boston and his law firm, where he was promoted to senior lawyer in 1952.

At Peabody & Brown, David specialized in general corporate law and electric public utility law. In 1966, he was a key figure in the merger of Western Massachusetts Companies, Connecticut Light & Power Company, and Hartford Electric Light Company to form Northeast Utilities, which became the fifteenth largest public utility holding company in the country, as well as the first multi-state public utility holding company since the passage of the Utility Holding Company Act of 1935. He also served as a trustee and member of various committees at Northeast Utilities. David also was of counsel to the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute, with which he had a lifelong affiliation. In 1974, David was elected chairman of Peabody & Brown’s Executive Committee, serving in this role until 1981, when he stopped practicing law full time. From 1981-2003, he served as counsel to the firm.

In addition to his law career, David was especially active in many local Jewish and non-Jewish organizations. He served as president of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) from 1968 into the 1970s, as well as chair of its Facilities Planning Committee from 1978-1983, during which time he was instrumental in the opening of the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center on the Gosman Jewish Community Campus. David served on the Executive Council of the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) from 1976-1979, as vice president from 1975-1976, and as president from 1976-1979. In 1982, he was named honorary president of AJHS. He also sat on and served as chairman of the Board of Directors of the Florence G. Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare (now the Heller School for Social Policy and Management) at Brandeis University from 1972-1989, after which time he was appointed chairman emeritus. In 1986 David was honored with the establishment of the David R. Pokross Chair in Law and Social Policy.

David also served on the Board of Directors of United Community Planning Corporation (UCPC), an organization designed to do social planning for the community, from 1972-1992 and served as president from 1974-1976. He was similarly active in the United Way of Massachusetts Bay, sitting on its Board of Directors from 1976-1982, and in the Boston Foundation (originally called Permanent Charity Fund of Boston), serving on its Board of Directors from 1982-1994. Through the Boston Foundation, he created the David R. Pokross Fund for Children in Need. David was also involved in numerous other organizations, including the Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JF&CS) and Computer Assisted Information and Referral Network (CAIRN) (for which he served as president of both organizations), as well as Beth Israel Hospital, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and Buckingham Browne & Nichols School.

On June 17, 1936 David married Muriel Kohn. Muriel was born on October 18, 1913 to Samuel and Anna (Wasserman) Kohn. Samuel was treasurer of his family’s business, a dress manufacturing business, Hubrite Informal Frocks, Inc. (later known as Hubrite, Inc). Muriel attended Girls’ Latin School, graduating in 1930; Smith College, graduating in 1934 with a degree in French literature; and Simmons College, graduating the following year with a degree in retailing. She later returned to school and earned a Master of Education in Guidance in 1959 and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Rehabilitation Counseling, both from Boston University. Soon after she began a job as a rehabilitation counselor at the Boston Guild for the Hard of Hearing, working there for twenty years. For the rest of her life, she was an advocate for the hearing impaired and, with the help of her Smith classmate Julia Child, persuaded WGBH (Boston's public television station and the station which produced and broadcast Child’s show, The French Chef) to provide captioning for their programs.

The couple had three children: Joan Sydney (Curhan), born August 5, 1937; William (Bill) Rodman, born June 13, 1939; and David Jr., born October 15, 1945. The family moved to Belmont, Massachusetts in 1939.

David died on October 28, 2003 at age 96, and Muriel died on March 16, 2011 at age 97.


Materials in the collection.

Pokross, David R. Onward: Memoirs of David R. Pokross. Boston: David Pokross, 1994.


December 30, 1906 David R. Pokross (DRP) is born.
October 18, 1913 Muriel K. Pokross (MKP) is born.
1923 DRP graduates from BMC Durfee High School,
1927 DRP graduates from Harvard College with a degree in French literature.
1930 DRP graduates from Harvard Law School.
1932 DRP begins working at Peabody & Brown.
June 17, 1936 DRP and MRP marry.
1939 DRP becomes a partner at Peabody & Brown.
1934 MKP graduates from Smith College with a degree in French literature.
1935 MKP graduates from Simmons College with a degree in retailing.
1952 DRP is promoted to senior lawyer at Peabody & Brown.
1959 MKP graduates from Boston University with a Master of Education in Guidance.
circa 1964 MKP begins working as a rehabilitation counselor at the Boston Guild for the Hard of Hearing.
1968-1970s DRP serves as president of Combined Jewish Philanthropies.
1972-1989 DRP is chairman of the Board of Directors of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
1974-1976 DRP serves as president of the United Community Planning Corporation.
1976-1979 DRP serves as president of American Jewish Historical Society.
1976-1982 DRP sits on the Board of Directors of the United Way of Massachusetts Bay.
1982-1994 DRP sits on the Board of Directors of the Boston Foundation.
1986 The David R. Pokross Chair in Law and Social Policy is established.
October 28, 2003 DRP dies.
March 16, 2011 MKP dies.
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Scope and Content Note

This collection contains awards and honors, business records, meeting minutes, financial documents, correspondence, manuscripts, interview transcripts, and speeches documenting the lives of lawyer and philanthropist David R. Pokross and his wife Muriel K. Pokross. Included are administrative records of the many organizations with which David was actively involved, including the American Jewish Historical Society and the Combined Jewish Philanthropies, as well as those of Hubrite, Inc., the company owned by the Kohn family. Also included are the many awards and honors David received, as well as the many speeches he gave throughout the country.

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The collection is arranged into five 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 Collections and Engagement 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 Director of Library and Archives of the American Jewish Historical Society. Users must apply in writing for permission to quote, reproduce or otherwise publish manuscript materials found in this collection. For more information contact:
American Jewish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY, 10011

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Related Material

American Jewish Historical Society Records, I-1

Combined Jewish Philanthropies (Boston, Mass.) Records, I-220 and I-220A

Jewish Family & Children’s Service Records, I-218

David R. Pokross Papers at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society & Institute

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); David R. and Muriel K. Pokross Papers; P-1041; box number; folder number; Jewish Heritage Center at NEHGS.

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Acquisition Information

Donated by Joan Curhan, December 2016.

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Access Points

This collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

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Container List

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

Click the box in the request column to learn more about viewing materials at the Jewish Heritage Center at NEHGS.


Series I: Awards and Honors, undated, 1947-2004

In English.
Boxes 1 and 6.

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

This series contains awards and honors received by David and Muriel Pokross.

11Alexis de Tocqueville Society of Massachusetts Bay Award1986request_box
12Anti-Defamation League New England Region Plaque of Appreciation1992request_box
6Anti-Defamation League New England Region Salute to Twelve of Boston's Jewish Senior Attorneys1992request_box
6Charles M. Rogerson Award from the United Community Planning Corporation1981request_box
13Citation of Merit of the National Conference of Christians and Jews1974request_box
14Combined Jewish Philanthropies Legendary Pioneers in Boston's Legal and Jewish Community Tribute2004request_box
6Philanthropies Medal1985request_box
6Gavel Presented by the New Century Club1947-1948request_box
6Gosman Jewish Community Center Facilities Planning Committee Plaque Presented by CJP1984request_box
15Lawyers Leadership Award1986request_box
16Life Member Certificate of the American Law Institute1998request_box
6Life Member of the Fellow of the American Bar Foundation Plaque1986request_box
6Oliver Wendell Holmes Society of the United Way of Massachusetts Bay Plaqueundatedrequest_box
6Silver Enamel Bowl Inscribed by Boston Guild for the Hard of Hearing to Muriel K. Pokrossundatedrequest_box
6United Way of Massachusetts Bay Plaque of Appreciation1976-1982request_box
6Walter Piston Society Medalundatedrequest_box
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Series II: Hubrite, Inc., undated, 1929-1965

In English.
Box 1.

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

This series contains meeting minutes, articles of incorporation, bylaws, and other administrative records of Hubrite, Inc.

17Common Stock Record Bookundatedrequest_box
18Preferred Stock Record Bookundatedrequest_box
19Record Book vol. 11929-1965request_box
110Record Book vol. 21929-1965request_box
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Series III: Organizations, undated, 1954-2004

In English.
Boxes 1-2, 5-6.

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

This series contains meeting minutes, correspondence, programs, financial documents, and other administrative records related to various organizations with which David Pokross was involved, including the American Jewish Historical Society, the Boston Foundation, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, and the United Way of Massachusetts Bay. For speeches David gave in his role as president of various organizations, see Series V: Speeches. Some folders are restricted.

51American Jewish Historical Society—A Most Valuable Citizen: Moses Michael Hays and the Establishment of Post-Revolutionary Boston Exhibit1990request_box
52American Jewish Historical Society—Accession and Deaccessioning Policies and Procedures1988request_box
53American Jewish Historical Society—Administrative Committee1993-2000request_box
54American Jewish Historical Society—American Jewish History Editorship [restricted]1979-1985request_box
55American Jewish Historical Society—Board of Trustees Meetings and Correspondence1978-1984request_box
56American Jewish Historical Society—Board of Trustees Meetings and Correspondence1979-1987request_box
57American Jewish Historical Society—Board of Trustees Meetings and Correspondence1989-1991request_box
58American Jewish Historical Society—Board of Trustees Meetings and Correspondence1992-1993request_box
59American Jewish Historical Society—Board of Trustees Meetings and Correspondence1993request_box
510American Jewish Historical Society—Board of Trustees Meetings and Correspondence1999-2001request_box
511American Jewish Historical Society—Certificates and Resolutions1976-1977request_box
512American Jewish Historical Society—Correspondence [1 of 2]1977-1989request_box
513American Jewish Historical Society—Correspondence [2 of 2]1977-1989request_box
514American Jewish Historical Society—Financial Documents1989-2000request_box
515American Jewish Historical Society—Governanceundated, 1954-1996request_box
516American Jewish Historical Society—Governance—Constitution/Bylaws Committee1986request_box
517American Jewish Historical Society—Miscellaneous [restricted]undated, 1967-1997request_box
518American Jewish Historical Society—Move to Place of Incorporation from the District of Columbia to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts1988request_box
6American Jewish Historical Society—On Common Ground: The Boston Jewish Experience, 1649-19801981request_box
519American Jewish Historical Society—Organizational Structure [restricted]1978request_box
111Boston Foundation1994-2004request_box
112Boston Foundation—Permanent Fund Society1993-1995request_box
113Combined Jewish Philanthropies Facilities Planning Committee1977-1981request_box
21Harvard University Class of 19271983-1990request_box
22Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare1984-1986request_box
23United Community Planning Corporation (UCPC)1974-1979request_box
24United Way of Massachusetts Bay1986-2003request_box
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Series IV: Personal Papers, undated, 1898-2015

In English.
Boxes 2-3, 6-7.

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content:

This series contains correspondence, interview transcripts, genealogical materials, news clippings, and photographs related to the personal life of David Pokross and the Pokross and Kohn families. Of particular interest may be the transcripts of interviews with David Pokross, his sister Eve Leavitt, his grandchildren Jenifer and Jared Curhan, and friend Helen Spaulding for David's memoir Onward. This series also includes objects related to David Pokross' personal life, including a personalized embossing tool, his Navy Lieutenant Commander hat, and his office name plate.

2580th Birthday Celebration1986request_box
2690th Birthday Celebration1996request_box
27Book Collectionundated, 2005request_box
28Correspondence—Letters of Recommendation [restricted]1986-1994request_box
2David R. Pokross, Ninety Years Young [VHS]1996request_box
2Embossing Toolundatedrequest_box
210Family History—Kohn Family2015request_box
211Family History—Pokross Family1898-1993request_box
212Fine Art Collection2000-2005request_box
213Memoir—Book Recipient List1995request_box
214Memoir—Correspondence from Book Recipients1995-1996request_box
215Memoir—Correspondence with Carl M. Brauer1992-1993request_box
216Memoir—Interviews—Jared Curhan1993request_box
217Memoir—Interviews—Jenifer Curhan1993request_box
31Memoir—Interviews—David R. Pokross1991request_box
32Memoir—Interviews—David R. Pokross1992request_box
33Memoir—Interviews—David R. Pokross and Eve Leavitt1993request_box
34Memoir—Interviews—Helen Spaulding1993request_box
35Memoir—Invoices and Payments [restricted]1993-1994request_box
36Memoir—Master Copy1994request_box
37Memorials, Obituaries, and Letters of Condolence2003, 2011request_box
7Navy Lieutenant Commander Hatundatedrequest_box
38News Clippings1986-1999request_box
39The Occupational Participation of Younger Black Men: Variation Among and Recent Changes in the Larger Metropolitan Areas by William R. Pokross1977request_box
6Office Name Platerequest_box
310Peabody & Brownundated, 1968-1988request_box
6Rohm & Haas Building Paperweightundatedrequest_box
6Signed Photograph of Pokross and Massachusetts Governor Foster Furcolocirca 1956-1947request_box
6Technion: The Story of Israel's Institute of Technology Book Addressed to DRP Signed by Author Carl Alpert1994request_box
6William Pokross Harvard College Diploma1960request_box
312"Unsung Hero" Written by Sam Pokrosscirca 2000-2001request_box
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Series V: Speeches, 1966-2002

In English.
Boxes 3-4.

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content:

This series includes transcripts and drafts numerous speeches David Pokross gave during his lifetime, including speeches given as president of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies and the American Jewish Historical Society. Also included are speeches given in tribute and memorial to friends and family, at graduation exercises of the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, and other miscellaneous events. This series also includes a VHS recording of a speech he gave at an Anti-Defamation League luncheon in 1992.

313Tribute to Joe Michaels (November 21, 1966)1966request_box
314Combined Jewish Philanthropies Annual Meeting (September 29, 1968)1968request_box
315Rabbi Albert I. Gordon Memorial Service (December 4, 1968)1968request_box
316Combined Jewish Philanthropies Special Gifts Dinner (January 16, 1969)1969request_box
317Meeting of Organizations (January 29, 1969)1969request_box
318Combined Jewish Philanthropies Lawyer's Division Breakfast (March 23, 1969)1969request_box
319Combined Jewish Philanthropies Beverage Team Meeting (March 30, 1969)1969request_box
320Combined Jewish Philanthropies Campaign Closing Dinner (May 8, 1969)1969request_box
321Combined Jewish Philanthropies Annual Meeting (September 7, 1969)1969request_box
322JCC Breakfast Meeting [Combined Jewish Philanthropies] (October 26, 1969)1969request_box
323National General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds (November 13-14, 1969)1969request_box
324Combined Jewish Philanthropies Big Gifts Division Dinner (November 30, 1969)1969request_box
41Remarks at Beth Israel [Combined Jewish Philanthropies]1969request_box
42Boston Medical Center Meeting [Combined Jewish Philanthropies] (December 21, 1969)1969request_box
43Introduction to Justice William O. Douglas (March 15, 1970)1970request_box
44Installation of Officers, Jewish National History, Inc., Hebrew College (March 22, 1970)1970request_box
45Remarks for Combined Jewish Philanthropies Campaign Opening Meeting (March 29, 1970)1970request_box
46Introductory Remarks at CJF Institute for Large City Planning Chairmen (April 29-30, 1970)1970request_box
47Remarks for Combined Jewish Philanthropies Campaign Closing Dinner (May 20, 1970)1970request_box
48Hebrew College Commencement (June 14, 1970)1970request_box
49Remarks at Combined Jewish Philanthropies Endowment Fund (September 1, 1970)1970request_box
410Combined Jewish Philanthropies Annual Meeting (September 13, 1970)1970request_box
411Jewish Family and Children's Services Annual Meetingcirca 1970request_box
412"What Should be CJP's Role in the Shaping of Jewish Community Policy?" at Executive Committee Meeting (October 9, 1971)1971request_box
413National Conference of Christians and Jews Citations of Merit Award Dinner (April 18, 1974)1974request_box
414"For Dan Richardson" (October 21, 1974)1974request_box
415Heller School 15th Anniversary Dinner (October 26, 1974)1974request_box
416Haym Solomon Exhibit, American Jewish Historical Society (September 19, 1976)1976request_box
417Remarks for Richmond Meeting, American Jewish Historical Society (October 24, 1976)1976request_box
418Remarks for Washington Luncheon (December 28, 1976)1976request_box
419AJHS Annual Meeting (May 1, 1977)1977request_box
420Remarks for Whitney Museum Reception and Yiddish Film Presentation (May 26, 1977)1977request_box
421Remarks for Western Jewish History Conference (November 13, 1977)1977request_box
422Memorial Service for Dr. M. Ralph Kaufman (June 27, 1977)1977request_box
423Heller School Alumni Dinner (October 29, 1977)1977request_box
424AJHS Dinner (December 5, 1977)1977request_box
425Harvard Law School 50th Reunion and Introduction to Professor Milton Katz1977request_box
426Remarks for Southern Jewish History Conference (March 11, 1978)1978request_box
427Address of the President, American Jewish Historical Society Annual Meeting (May 7, 1978)1978request_box
428"America and the Holy Land: A Colloquium and Exhibit" [American Jewish Historical Society] (September 14, 1978)1978request_box
429Combined Jewish Philanthropies 83rd Annual Meeting and Introduction to Professor Lawrence A. Fuchs (September 17, 1978)1978request_box
430Remarks for Southern Jewish History Conference (November 19, 1978)1978request_box
431Supper Party (December 3, 1978)1978request_box
432Charles M. Storey 90th Birthday (March 5, 1979)1979request_box
433Speech at JFK Center (April 4, 1979)1979request_box
434American Jewish Historical Society Annual Meeting (April 28-29, 1979)1979request_box
435Acceptance of Lee M. Friedman Award (May 4, 1980)1980request_box
436Firm Dinner Party (November 1980)1980request_box
437Dinner for William B. Trafford (January 1981)1981request_box
438Central Area Jewish Community Multi-Service Center Groundbreaking (December 6, 1981)1981request_box
439Meeting of Business and Industry at First National Bank of Boston (January 26, 1982)1982request_box
440Presentation to Lou Shinder (March 19, 1982)1982request_box
441Helene Deutsch Memorial (April 1, 1982)1982request_box
442Computer-Assisted Information and Referral Network (CAIRN) Opening Remarks (January 10, 1983)1983request_box
443Marver and Sheva Bernstein Dinner (April 9, 1983)1983request_box
444Heller School Graduation (May 22, 1983)1983request_box
445Sol C. Chaiken Event (September 14, 1983)1983request_box
446Jewish Community Center Dedication [Combined Jewish Philanthropies] (October 2, 1983)1983request_box
447Northeast Utilities Farewell to Lelan Sillin1983request_box
448Alexis de Tocqueville Society Award of the United Way Acceptance (January 21, 1986)1986request_box
449Combined Jewish Philanthropies Lawyers Team Breakfast (April 13, 1986)1986request_box
450Celebration of the Establishment of the David R. Pokross Chair in Law and Social Policy at the Heller School, Brandeis University (May 8, 1986)1986request_box
451Speech at Heller School (October 30, 1986)1986request_box
45280th Birthday Celebration (December 30, 1986)1986request_box
453Heller School Graduation Remarks (May 17, 1987)1987request_box
454Introduction of Dr. Anna Faith Jones, Heller School 10th Anniversary of the Management Program (November 14, 1987)1987request_box
455Dedication of New Premises of Combined Jewish Philanthropies (November 24, 1987)1987request_box
456Remarks at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Inc-The First Hanns Sachs Symposium (September 23-24, 1989)1989request_box
457Heller School 30th Anniversary (October 28, 1989)1989request_box
458Speech in Recognition of Louis Loss at the Coop Christmas Dinner Party (December 13, 1989)1989request_box
459American Jewish Historical Society and Bank of Boston Judah Touro Award Ceremony and Moses Michael Hays Exhibit (June 11, 1990)1990request_box
460Symposium of "Our Changing World," Harvard Law School (October 20, 1990)1990request_box
46185th Birthday Party (December 29, 1991)1991request_box
462Arnold Gurin Lecture (April 28, 1992)1992request_box
463Anti-Defamation League Luncheon (June 23, 1992)1992request_box
6ADL Luncheon, June 23, 1992 [VHS]1992request_box
464Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MCPCC) Remarks (November 17, 1992)1992request_box
465Testimonial to Leonard Kaplan (January 2, 1993)1993request_box
466Introduction of John Brown, Boston Symphony Orchestra (April 13, 1993)1993request_box
467Torchbearer Award to Stephen D. Solender (May 2, 1993)1993request_box
468Combined Jewish Philanthropies and Boston Foundation Panel (May 11, 1993)1993request_box
469Graduation Exercise of Heller School (May 23, 1993)1993request_box
470Annual Meeting of Buckingham Browne & Nichols (May 17, 1994)1994request_box
471American Jewish Historical Society Speech (May 26, 1995)1995request_box
472Heller School 35th Anniversary Reflections (October 28, 1995)1995request_box
473Boston Foundation Dinner (December 6, 1995)1995request_box
47490th Birthday Party (December 2, 1996)1996request_box
475Paul Samuelson Dinner Celebration (July 30, 1997)1997request_box
47660th Birthday Party for Stuart Altman (July 31, 1997)1997request_box
477Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Inc. Dedication of Hanns Sachs Library (December 5, 1997)1997request_box
478Harvard Club Meetings to Raise Funds for Israel Program to Use PYN Materials (May 15, 1998)1998request_box
479Grandparents' Meeting at Buckingham Browne & Nichols (April 15, 1999)1999request_box
480Remarks for Toby Lewin's 90th Birthday (June 22, 2000)2000request_box
481Tribute to Gregory Gillespie (July 24, 2000)2000request_box
482Party for Jared and Katie (Curhan) at Harvard Faculty Club (January 5, 2001)2001request_box
483Jared and Katie's Wedding-The Blessing Over the Bread (June 24, 2001)2001request_box
484Martin Deutsch Farewell (August 24, 2002)2002request_box
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