University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Isaac Bashevis Singer:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Singer, Isaac Bashevis, 1904-1991
Title: Isaac Bashevis Singer Papers
Dates: 1923-1994
Abstract: Most of Singer's fictional works and many of his nonfiction essays and reviews are represented in the papers. The Works series includes Singer's short stories, novels, radio scripts, stage and screenplays, articles, reviews, poems, introductions to books by other authors, and lectures. Most of Singer's translated novels and short stories appeared originally in Yiddish in the Jewish Daily Forward (Forverts) and so exist in both Yiddish and English, as well as other languages. Correspondence primarily consists of letters to Singer (although his outgoing letters to Alma Singer and a few others are present) and dates mostly from the 1940s until Singer's death in 1991. Singer's financial and legal papers, photographs and snapshots, notebooks and notes, various clippings and ephemera, and appointment books are also present, as are works about Singer and a variety of works by other authors. However, works by Singer's sister, Ester Kreytman, and brother Israel Joshua Singer, who were also novelists, are not included.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-3849
Extent: 176 boxes, 4 oversize boxes, 120 galley folders (77 linear feet)
Language: English, Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Polish, French, Italian, Spanish, and Russian
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Isaac Bashevis Singer was born Icek-Hersz Zynger on July 14, 1904, in Leoncin, Poland. His father, Pinkhos Menakhem Zynger, was a rabbi, and his mother, Batsheve Zylberman Zynger, was the daughter of a rabbi. From 1908 until 1917, the family lived on Krochmalna Street in Warsaw; in 1917, Singer, his mother, and his younger brother moved to his grandfather's shtetl in Bilgoray.

Although he was briefly enrolled in a rabbinical seminary in Warsaw, Singer, like his older brother, novelist Israel Joshua Singer, turned his attention away from the religious culture of his family. In 1923, he became a proofreader at the Yiddish literary journal Literarishe Bleter, co-founded and edited by his brother. Singer's first published story, "In Old Age" ("Oyf der elter"), appeared in that journal in 1925 and won an award in its literary contest. For the next decade, Singer continued to write short stories, articles, and reviews for the Yiddish and Hebrew press, but his primary income came from translations. He had particular success with his Yiddish translations of novels by Erich Maria Remarque, Knut Hamsun, and Thomas Mann.

In 1929, Singer's son by Runia Pontsch, Israel Zamir, was born. His first novel, Satan in Goray, was serialized in the periodical Globus in 1934 and published as a book by the Yiddish section of the Warsaw PEN Club in 1935. Singer left Poland in 1935 and followed I. J. Singer to New York, where both were employed by the Jewish Daily Forward (Forverts), the premier American newspaper of Yiddish language and culture. Forverts maintained a tradition of publishing literature and journalism for the Jewish immigrant culture. This publication became the springboard and showcase for Singer's life work as a writer; he published articles, short stories, and novel serializations, and conducted correspondence with other Yiddish authors under its banner until his death in 1991. Most of his translated novels and stories originally appeared in Forverts, usually under the pseudonym Isaac Bashevis. His other pseudonyms included Isaac Warshofsky and D. Segal.

In 1940, Singer married Alma Haimann Wasserman, an immigrant from Germany. They remained married until his death, although he was involved with other women. In 1943, Singer became a United States citizen. His brother, Israel Joshua Singer, who was a major influence on his life and career, died in the following year.

With the publication in English of his novel The Family Moskat in 1950, Singer gained a new audience, which then grew substantially after his short story "Gimpel the Fool" appeared in translation by Saul Bellow in the Partisan Review in 1953. Subsequent translators included Laurie Colwin, Ruth Schachner Finkel, Mirra Ginsburg, Elaine Gottlieb, Herbert Lottman, Aliza Shevrin, Elizabeth Shub, and his nephew Joseph Singer, among others. Singer continued to write in Yiddish, although the English translations served as the source of foreign translations. Singer usually made the first English translation of a story himself, dictating it to a translator who polished the text. Translations of Singer's short stories were published in Harper's, Commentary, Encounter, Playboy, Esquire, and other periodicals, and primarily in The New Yorker after 1967. Singer's chief English publisher, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, published many collections of his short stories, as well as his best known novels, The Slave (1962), The Manor (1967), The Estate (1969), Enemies: A Love Story (1972), Shosha (1978), Scum (1991), The Certificate (1992), and memoirs, Love and Exile (1984).

The adaptation of Singer's work to the stage and screen began with his Forverts serialization of The Family Moskat, which was simultaneously broadcast live as a weekly radio soap opera on WEVD in New York. In addition to radio dramas, Singer wrote plays and at least five stage versions of his stories, including "Teibele and Her Demon" and "Yentl the Yeshiva Boy." Three of his novels have also been made into films: The Magician of Lublin (1978), Yentl (1983), and Enemies: A Love Story (1989).

Singer did not begin writing for children until he was in his sixties, but his first book, Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories (1966), received a Newbery Honor Book Award, as did The Fearsome Inn (1967) and another book of stories, When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw (1968). In 1970, he won the National Book Award for A Day of Pleasure: Stories of a Boy Growing Up in Warsaw. His works for children attracted some of the most famous illustrators of children's books in America, including Maurice Sendak, Nonny Hogrogian, Eric Carle, Uri Shulevitz, and Margot Zemach, and were translated into more than a dozen languages.

During his career, Singer received innumerable awards, citations, and honors, including honorary degrees from universities worldwide. His work was honored with the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1978. Singer died in Surfside, Florida, on July 24, 1991.


Scope and Contents

The papers of Isaac Bashevis Singer primarily date from his immigration to the U.S. in 1935 until his death in 1991, although a few manuscripts from as early as 1923 and as late as 1995 are present. The collection has been organized in seven series: I. Works (1926-94, nd, 103 boxes), II. Correspondence (1923, 1930-94, nd, 28 boxes), III. Financial and Legal Papers (1940-95, nd, 11 boxes), IV. Photographs and Works of Art (1930-95, nd, 7.5 boxes), V. Personal Files (1935-94, 11 boxes), VI. Works about Singer and His Work (1951-94, 6 boxes), and VII. Works by Other Authors (1775, 1929-91, 9.5 boxes).

Most of Singer's fictional works and many of his nonfiction essays and reviews are represented in the papers. The Works series includes Singer's short stories, novels, radio scripts, stage and screenplays, articles, reviews, poems, introductions to books by other authors, and lectures. Most of Singer's translated novels and short stories appeared originally in Yiddish in the Jewish Daily Forward, (Forverts,) and so exist in both Yiddish and English, as well as other languages. For any given work, there may be handwritten and typescript drafts, including printer's copies; proofs; layout material; dust jackets; tearsheets; clippings of the printed text; translations; advertisements; or reviews. Many works were adapted for radio, the stage, or the screen, and these may also be represented by programs, production photographs, or posters. Numerous unidentified works and fragments, many of which are probably unpublished, are filed at the end of the series.

Correspondence primarily consists of letters to Singer (although his outgoing letters to Alma Singer and a few others are present) and dates mostly from the 1940s until Singer's death in 1991, with a few exceptions. The majority of the letters are from fans, friends, family members, agents, publishers, periodicals, translators, and colleges or organizations arranging lecture appearances. Languages represented in the correspondence include English, Yiddish, Hebrew, Polish, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Russian. Among notable correspondents are family members Israel Joshua Singer, Ester Kreytman, Runia Pontsch, Israel Zamir, and Batsheve Zylberman; friends and fellow authors Melech Ravitch, Abraham Sutzkever, and Itzhak Yanazowicz; literary agents at Lescher & Lescher; and publisher Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

Financial and legal papers provide information about Singer's publishing income; among these are contracts and agreements, royalty and earnings statements, checking and savings account information, and tax files. Passports, copyrights, and estate papers are also present.

Numerous photographs and snapshots of Singer, his family, and friends are present, as are portraits of Singer by various artists and other artwork by well-known artists and admirers.

Notebooks and notes, various clippings and ephemera, and appointment books are among Singer's personal files in the archive. Singer's many awards and honors are represented by diplomas, certificates, programs, and correspondence. Materials relating to Singer's memberships in various organizations include identification cards, receipts, and newsletters. Programs, correspondence, and other items concerning his lecture appearances conclude the personal files.

Works about Singer consist of clippings, interviews, and bibliographies, as well as articles, theses, poems, and books.

Works by other authors include published and unpublished works which for the most part were sent to Singer by their authors, either in admiration of his work, or for his advice or approval. Although Singer's sister, Ester Kreytman, and his brother Israel Joshua Singer were both novelists, their manuscripts are not present.

Books, personal effects, and sound and video recordings have been removed from the archive and cataloged separately.

A Note about Translation:

Translations of titles and information about contents of Yiddish and Hebrew manuscripts was provided by Joseph Sherman, Stephen Naron, Sarah Ponichtera, and Ilana Krygier. Their translation notes are written on yellow paper and are scattered throughout the manuscripts. Spellings of Yiddish titles of Singer's works, and their English equivalents, are primarily taken from bibliographies by Roberta Saltzman (Isaac Bashevis Singer: A Bibliography of His Works in Yiddish and English, 1960-1991, Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2002) and David Neal Miller (Bibliography of Isaac Bashevis Singer, 1924-1949, New York: P. Lang, 1983 ). Sarah Ponichtera also transcribed the names of many Yiddish and Hebrew correspondents.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research with the exception of some correspondence restricted until 2025


Index Terms

People
Alyagon, Ophra.
Ary, Sylvia.
Bay, Marie-Pierre.
Bergner, Herz, 1907-1970.
Carr, Maurice.
Congrat-Butlar, Stefan.
Cukierkopf, Maximo.
Cutler-Shaw, Joyce, 1932- .
Faerstein, Chana.
Farrell, Grace, 1947- .
Farrell, James T. (James Thomas), 1904-1979.
Finkel, Ruth.
Friedman, Eve.
Fuchs, A. M.
Gerber, Doba.
Hamer-Jacklyn, Sarah.
Handel, Natan.
Hemley, Cecil.
Hindus, Milton.
Hirsch, Karl-Georg.
Howe, Irving.
Kershner, Irvin.
Kohner, Frederick.
Korn, Rachel H. (Rachel Häring), b. 1898.
Ḳreyṭman, Ester, 1891-1954.
Levine, Anna Maria.
Lottman, Herbert R.
Lurie, Frida.
Mercier, Vivian, 1919-1989.
Midwood, Barton, 1938- .
Miller, Henry, 1891-1980.
Moskowitz, Ira.
Palatnik, Rosa, 1904-1979.
Perlow, Itzjok, 1911-1980.
Pontsch, Runia.
Pryce-Jones, David, 1936- .
Ravitch, Melech, 1893-1976.
Richter, Conrad, 1890-1968.
Rovit, Honey.
Schwartz, Howard, 1945- .
Sendak, Maurice.
Sheffer, Isaiah.
Shevrin, Aliza.
Shṭuḳer-Payuḳ, Mashe.
Shub, Elizabeth.
Shub, Mona.
Silver, Joan Micklin.
Singer, Alma Haimann Wasserman.
Singer, Batsheve Zylberman.
Singer, Israel Joshua, 1893-1944.
Soyer, Raphael, 1899-1987.
Spiegel, Moshe.
Sutzkever, Abraham, 1913- .
Szczesniak, Boleslaw B.
Tenenbaum, Shea, 1910-1989.
Tussman, Malka Heifetz, 1896-1987.
Vonnegut, Kurt.
Welczer, Anna.
Wescott, Glenway, 1901- .
Whitman, Ruth, 1922- .
Yanasowicz, Itzhak, 1909- .
Zamir, Israel, 1929- .
Zeitlin, Aaron, 1898-1973.
Organizations
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
Farrar, Straus & Giroux.
Harper & Row, Publishers.
Lescher & Lescher, Ltd.
Subjects
Authors, American.
Authors, Yiddish.
Children's stories, Yiddish.
Jewish authors.
Jewish folk literature.
Jewish literature.
Jews -- Social life and customs -- Fiction.
Jews, Polish.
Short stories, Jewish.
Yiddish literature.
Places
Poland -- Social life and customs -- 1918-1945.
Document Types
Awards.
Bank statements.
Business cards.
Checks.
Contracts.
Financial records.
Galley proofs.
Greeting cards.
Hanukkah cards.
Hanukkah cards.
Notebooks.
Passports.
Photographs.
Tax records.

Related Material

Other manuscripts relating to I. B. Singer at the Ransom Center may be found in the Singer Collection as well as the Joann Biondi, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Paul Kresh, Elizabeth Shub, and Dvorah Telushkin papers. Artwork by Sylvia Ary, including a portrait of Singer and her illustrations for some of his short stories, are housed in the Center's Art Collection.


Separated Material

The following books and journal have been removed from the archive and cataloged separately with the Center's book holdings:

  • Berman, Louis A. Vegetarianism & The Jewish Tradition. New York: Ktav Publishing House, Inc., 1982
  • Long Shot, vol. 5. New Brunswick, N.J.: Long Shot Productions, 1987
  • Shulevitz, Uri. Writing with Pictures: How to Write and Illustrate Children's Books. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1985

The following items have been removed from the archive and housed with the Center's film recordings:

  • VHS tape, labeled 'Singer 631-578-00 59'30" NTSC/VHS'
  • VHS tape, labeled in Yiddish
  • VHS tape of "Zlateh the Goat," Weston Woods, 1973
  • 8mm film reel of "The First Schlemiel," produced by students of John David Flegenhiemer Maxwell at M.D. Silva Intermediate School in Newark, California.

The following items have been removed from the archive and housed with the Center's sound recordings:

  • "Singer," Nobel Prize acceptance speech, interview, [1978], compact disc
  • Singer on WRFM, 1 Dec. 1967, 3-3/4 ips 7" sound reel
  • "Singer on Outlook," 23 Oct. 1984, audio cassette tape
  • "Author Singer with Dick Cavett, NETTV," audio cassette tape
  • "CBC Tuesday Night," July 1976, two audio cassette tapes
  • "Singer/Nobel Winner TV News Capsules in Composite Form...From Tony Janak," audio cassette tape
  • Singer, 29 Jan. 1964, 7" sound reel
  • Singer lecture, "The Kabbala and Modern Man," at 1976 Panarion conference, with Edward F. Edinger's "The Alchemical Solution: A Station on the Way of Individuation," two audio cassettes
  • Singer lecture, Slippery Rock College, 11 March 1970, 7" sound reel
  • Singer lecture, Temple Emanuel, Lynbrook, L.I., 18 August 1965, 7" sound reel
  • Singer in a two hour summer seminar with the Dane Co. Mental Health Center, 1968, 3-3/4 ips 7"sound reel
  • Park Avenue Synagogue, Friday evening services, 2 March 1962, Side 1-Lecture by Rabbi Nadich titled "The Strange World of I. B. Singer," Side 2-Reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. I.B. Singer, 3-3/4 ips 7" sound reel
  • "Isaac Bashevis Singer Reads in Yiddish: 'Big and Little,''Shiddah and Kuziba,''The Man Who Came Back,'" 33-1/3 rpm LP recording, two copies
  • "Isaac Bashevis Singer Reads in Yiddish: 'Gimpel the Fool' and 'The Man Who Came Back,'" 33-1/3 rpm LP recording, two copies
  • "Mazel and Shlimazel," Famous Author/Illustrator Filmstrips, two audio cassette tapes
  • "Why Noah Chose the Dove," Famous Author/Illustrator Filmstrips, audio cassette tape
  • "Eli Wallach Reads Isaac Bashevis Singer," Newbery Award Records, 33-1/3 rpm LP recording
  • Dan Eshel reading "Fool's Paradise" from Zlateh the Goat and other Stories by I. B. Singer, 7-1/2 ips 7" sound reel
  • The Magician of Lublin, 5" sound reel
  • "Adlai E. Stevenson: A Portrait through Excerpts from His Most Memorable Speeches," 33-1/3 rpm LP recording
  • "The Play of Herod: A Medieval Musical Drama as presented at the Cloisters, the Metropolitan Museum of Art," New York, 33-1/3 rpm LP record, 2 disc set
  • [Gipsy folk music], USSR "Romen" Theatre Actors' Ensemble, 33-1/3 rpm LP record
  • "Barbra Streisand," 33-1/3 rpm LP recording, promotional copy, cover inscribed to Singer
  • [Barbra Streisand], "Classical Barbra," 33-1/3 rpm LP recording, promotional copy
  • [Barbra Streisand], "People," 33-1/3 rpm LP recording, promotional copy
  • "Bob Wilson and Cosmic Background Radiation," audio cassette tape
  • "Sutherland Brothers & Quiver" and "POCO," audio cassette tape
  • Unidentified Polish recording, audio cassette tape
  • Unidentified 3" sound reel, sent by Advertisers' Broadcasting Co., nd
  • Unidentified 7" sound reel
  • Unidentified 'special events' recording by Custom Recording Co., 33-1/3 rpm LP record, two discs

The following items have been removed from the archive and housed with the Center's personal effects:

  • Academic Regalia
    • Black/white/red
    • Black/white/pale blue
    • Black/white/purple
    • Black/white/gold
    • Black/white
    • Purple/gold
    • Black/gold/gray
    • Black/white/pale blue
    • Navy/blue/white
    • Green/white
    • Burgundy/black/white
    • Pale green/black/white
    • Purple/black/white
    • Green plaid/black/white
    • Gold/black/white
    • Red/black/white
    • Burgundy/black/white
    • Purple/gold/white
    • Burnt orange/white/black
    • Gold/white/black
  • Hats
    • Brown fedora (Chapeau Fle'chet, 1937)
    • Straw hat (Sheldons)
    • Brown fedora (Borsalino)
    • Black fedora
    • Yarmulke
  • Eyeglasses (11 pairs)
  • Miscellaneous
    • Digital watch
    • Medals (Jewish Academy of Arts and Sciences, UCLA, Liberty Award from NYC, Fiction award from Brandeis, Miami Beach award)
    • Wallet full of receipts
    • Clip-on bowtie
    • 2 white handkerchiefs
    • Stamp for depositing checks Sun Bank of Miami
    • 1 pkg. of sacrinpak tablets
    • Rubber stamp (check endorsement)
    • Wrist watch with brown leather strap
    • Letter opener
    • Identification tag
    • Leather key fob with yale key
    • Eyeglass case
    • 2 yellow pills
    • Pair of women's nylons
    • Pair of green socks
    • 8x10 silver-plated picture frame
    • Yellow and blue ribbon
    • 2 Schick razor blades
    • Check #1137 from Patrick Eddington (13 Feb. l984)
    • Wood engraving of man (possibly Jesus?) by G. Simoneaux
    • Plastic square picture box containing 5 photographs
    • Framed menorah stitchery by Aurem Snades
    • Framed text of the Nobel Lecture by Singer (New York Times, 9 Dec. 1978)
  • Typewriters
    • Royal Aristocrat (manual)
    • Royal Quiet Deluxe (manual)
    • Typewriter CBM40 with Yiddish keyboard (manual)
    • Underwood with Yiddish keyboard (manual)
    • Royal with Yiddish keyboard in straw-colored case
  • Awards
    • Sinai Scroll Award (20 Oct. 1979)
    • Wooden stand with circular glass in center (inverted B with leaves)
    • Golden Quill Award (28 April l981) presented by the Golden Slipper Club
    • Medallion – George Frideric Handel 1685-1759 presented to Singer by Edward I. Koch, Mayor of New York City, 23 June 1986
    • Medallion – The National Arts Club Medal of Honor, 1980
    • Medallion – Republican Presidential Task Force Medal of Merit – presented by Ronald Reagan
    • Medallion – The Lotus Club 90th anniversary commemoration
    • Medallion – Frank L. Weil Award, 1984
    • Medallion – Hofstra University Presidential Medal, 5 Dec. 1979
    • College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Association, University of Miami Outstanding Professor, l980
    • The National Conference of Christians & Jews Brotherhood Award, 16 May 1979
    • S.Y. Agnon Gold Medal Award, 1975
    • The Shirley Kravitz Children's Book Award for 1972
    • Jewish Book Council of Greater Los Angeles and the Jewish Centers Association of Los Angeles, 25 November l964
    • The Decalogue Society of Lawyers Award of Merit for the year 1979
    • National Book Award for Children's Literature presented to Isaac Bashevis Singer for A Day of Pleasure, 4 March 1970
    • National Book Award for Fiction presented to Isaac Bashevis Singer on 18 April 1974 for A Crown of Feathers and Other Stories
    • National Institute of Arts and Letters – Singer elected to membership at the annual meeting held in the City of New York, 1965
    • Cvratores – Collegii- Bardiani – Honorary Doctor of Letters
    • Brandeis University Creative Arts Award Commission Medal of Achievement
    • Buber-Rosenzweig medallion 1981
    • Sacred Heart University Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, 19 Nov. 1978
    • Jersey City State College Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, June 1981
    • University of Central Florida Honorary Doctor of Letters, 1986
    • The Anshe Emet Synagogue Rabbi Solomon Goldman Award, 19 Oct. 1979
    • New York University Presidental Citation, 25 April 1979
    • New York University School of Education, Health, Nursing and Art Professionals Annual Award for Creative Leadership, 20 Oct. 1983
    • Gustavus Adolphus College Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Oct. 1980
    • Brooklyn College of the City of New York Honorary Doctor of Letters, June 1981
    • Yiddish Nobel Fest, 9 Dec. 1978, Ungdomsfonden (Jewish Youth Foundation, Sweden)
    • Long Island University Doctor of Letters, Honoris Causa, 9 June 1978
    • New York University Honorary Doctor of Letters, 5 June 1980
    • Carnegie-Mellon University Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, May 1978
    • Collegii of Washingtoniensis et Jeffersoniensis Honorary Doctor of Letters, June 1980
    • University of Connecticut Honorary Doctor of Letters, May 1985
    • Saint James Cathedral Basilica, The Composteia Award, 3 June 1983
    • The Holocaust Humanitarian Award, Holocaust Memorial Committee, 1 June 1986, Holocaust Memorial Hall, Brooklyn, New York
    • The American-Israel Arts, Sciences and Humanities Award, New York City, 30 May 1979
    • The American Jewish Committee and Editors of the Present Tense Second Annual Kenneth B. Smilen/Present Tense Literary Award, 1980
    • Bard College Arts and Letters Award, 14 May 1980
    • The Jewish Vegetarian Society of North America First International Convention, 21 June 1986
    • Lincolnwood Library 1981 Distinguished Writer's Award, 4 May 1981
    • Honorable Menschen Award to Isaac Bashevis Singer for his devotion to the Jewish people, Jewish Identity Workshop, 1991
    • Temple Emanuel of Great Neck (N.Y.) – Presented to Isaac Bashevis Singer Nobel/Laureate in grateful appreciation of his contribution to world literature, 30 Nov. 1978


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 1993 (R13091); Purchase, 1997 (R13914); Purchase, 1997 (R14002); Purchase, 1997 (R14063); Purchase, 2001 (R14963); Gift, 1995 (G10378); Gift, 1997 (G11136); Gift, 2000 (G11717)

Processed by:

Lisa Jones, 1993; Katherine Mosley, 2004; Translation assistance from Joseph Sherman, Stephen Naron, Sarah Ponichtera, and Ilana Krygier


Sources:

Dictionary of Literary Biography

  • Volume 6: American Novelists Since World War II, Second Series. James E. Kibler, Jr., ed. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1980.
  • Volume 52: American Writers for Children Since 1960: Fiction. Glenn E. Estes, ed. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1986.
  • Volume 278: American Novelists Since World War II, Seventh Series. James R. and Wanda H. Giles, eds. Gale Group, 2003.

Hadda, Janet. Isaac Bashevis Singer: A Life. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

"Isaac Bashevis Singer."Contemporary Authors Online, http://galenet.galegroup.com, accessed 5 August 2004.

Kresh, Paul. Isaac Bashevis Singer, the Magician of West 86th Street. New York : Dial Press, 1979.


Series Descriptions

Series I. Works, 1926-94, nd, 103 boxes

Singer's short stories, novels, plays, essays, introductions to books by other authors, poems, reviews, speeches, and lectures are arranged alphabetically by their English titles; if a work has not been published in English, it is filed under an English translation of its Yiddish title. For the most part, bibliographies by Roberta Saltzman and David Neal Miller have been the source of those English translations. Many works are present in both Yiddish and English form. Manuscripts are in English unless described otherwise. Descriptions of Singer's typescripts do not include information about duplicate copies and do not distinguish between photocopies and originals unless the work is a composite of different formats or a printer's copy. When two separate works share a title, they are filed separately.
Most of Singer's fiction from his arrival in the United States in 1935 until 1987 was first published in The Jewish Daily Forward (Forverts) and is represented in some form. However, while some of his nonfiction essays and reviews are present, most are not. For any given work, there may be handwritten and typescript drafts, including printer's copies; proofs; layout material; dust jackets; tearsheets; clippings of the printed text; translations; advertisements; or reviews. In addition, Singer's notebooks, located in Series V., contain some ideas and drafts for works. Many works were adapted for radio, the stage, or the screen, and these may also be represented by programs, production photographs, or posters.
Unidentified works are located at the end of the series. While no titles are available, for complete drafts and the larger fragments, other identifying information has been supplied in the folder list. This information can include character names, settings, or plots, as well as the format of the manuscript. Translation assistance for Yiddish and Hebrew works was provided by Joseph Sherman, and his notes on yellow paper are scattered throughout the manuscripts.



Series II. Correspondence, 1923, 1930-94, nd, 28 boxes

Correspondence is filed alphabetically and primarily consists of incoming letters, with some letters predating Singer's immigration to the United States but the majority dating from the 1940s until Singer's death in 1991. Letters dated after Singer's death in 1991 include condolence letters to his widow, Alma Singer, and her business correspondence with Singer's publishers and literary agent. A small amount of unidentified correspondence is filed at the end of the series.
Most of the letters are from fans, friends, family members, agents, publishers, translators, and universities or organizations arranging lecture appearances. Many of the fan letters are addressed to Singer's pseudonyms at Forverts and are in Yiddish. Numerous letters to and from Alma Singer before and during their marriage are present. Letters from other family members include those from Singer's brother, Israel Joshua Singer; his sister, Ester Kreytman; his nephew Maurice Carr; the mother of his son, Runia Pontsch; his son, Israel Zamir; and his mother, Batsheve Zylberman Singer. Among other personal correspondents are his friends and fellow authors A.M. Fuchs, Rachel Korn, Itzjok Perlow, Melech Ravitch, Morris Spiegel, Abraham Sutzkever, Shea Tenenbaum, Itzhak Yanazowicz, and Aaron Zeitlin; artists Sylvia Ary, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Anna Maria Levine, Honey Rovit, and Nathan Hendel; and Sarah Hamer-Jacklyn, Frida Lurie, Mashe Shtuker-Payuk, Elizabeth Shub, Mona Shub, and Anna Welczer. Business correspondence includes letters from Singer's literary agent, Robert Lescher at Lescher & Lescher; publishers Bra Böcker, Brombergs Bokforlag, Carl Hanser Verlag, Doubleday and Company, Farrar Straus & Giroux, Harper & Row, and Stock (Firm); periodicals Forverts, Goldene Keyt, The New Yorker, and Harper's Magazine; translators Marie-Pierre Bay, Cecil Hemley, Elaine Gottlieb, Channah Klienerman, and Aliza Shevrin; and the National Jewish Welfare Board Lecture Bureau, which scheduled lecture and speaking engagements for Singer.
A complete list of correspondents may be found in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this inventory. Because of various transliteration possiblities, correspondence from a particular person may be found under more than one form of spelling. The limited amount of correspondence from Singer, which includes actual letters, photocopies of letters, or drafts in his hand or in Alma Singer's hand, is indicated in the index by a "(from Singer)" notation in the recipient's entry.



Series III. Financial and Legal Papers, 1940-95, nd, 11 boxes

Singer's financial papers are categorized as pertaining to income or expenses. Papers relating to Singer's income include publishing and production contracts and agreements; royalties and earnings statements; and contracts, invoices, and receipts for lectures and appearances. Papers related to expenditures include invoices, receipts, and other documents relating to travel, housing, medical, and insurance matters. Among other financial records are statements, cancelled checks, and other papers concerning checking and savings accounts, as well as investment and income tax papers. Legal papers, including literary copyrights, voter registrations, passports, Singer's death certificate, wills, and estate papers, conclude the series.



Series IV. Photographs and Works of Art, 1930-95, nd, 7.5 boxes

Numerous photographs of Singer at various times in his life are present. While most are portraits, others show Singer receiving honorary degrees and other awards (including the Nobel Prize), attending various functions and dinners, or giving talks. Photographs are subdivided by black and white or color processing and are grouped according to whether or not Singer is a subject. Among notable photographers are Jaacov Agor, Jerry Bauer, Nancy Crampton, Stefan Congrat-Butler, Bruce Davidson, and Thomas Victor. Snapshots are grouped separately, as are photographs of miscellaneous subjects. Portraits of Singer by artists Anna Barry, Gene Bonini, and Laura Ziegler, and artwork by Marton Garchik, Chris Pelletiere, Karl Schrag, Herschel Stroyman, and others conclude the series.



Series V. Personal Files, 1935-94, 11 boxes

Personal Files include Singer's notebooks with Yiddish and English notes and drafts; miscellaneous notes made by Singer and his wife, Alma Singer; Singer's doodles; notebooks and flashcards made by Singer as an aid in learning French and English; appointment books, business cards, and resumes gathered by Singer during the course of his career; programs, flyers, notices, newsletters, and other printed matter mailed to Singer or acquired at exhibitions, lectures, etc.; and clippings regarding a variety of topics, blank greeting cards, and similar ephemera. Drawings made by children to illustrate stories they read are also present. Singer was the recipient of numerous awards and honors, and material relating to those are also included in this series. In particular, Nobel Prize material includes correspondence, travel papers, and clippings. Singer's Nobel Prize medal and certificate were previously on deposit at the Ransom Center. They were returned to Singer's heirs in May 2012. Singer's memberships in PEN and other organizations are represented by membership cards, receipts, newsletters, and other papers. Singer frequently gave lectures and made other appearances, and invitations, programs, advertisements, and similar material relating to those are present. Papers concerning Singer's funeral and his memorial monument conclude the series



Series VI. Works about Singer and His Work, 1951-94, 6 boxes

Works about Singer and his writings include clippings about Singer; interviews, including material related to Richard Burgin's Conversations with Isaac Bashevis Singer; and bibliographies. Other works, such as articles, theses, poems, and books, are filed alphabetically by author and are comprised of typescripts, tearsheets, reprints, transcripts, and reviews.



Series VII. Works by Other Authors, 1775, 1929-91, 9.5 boxes

Works by other authors include playscripts, short stories, memoirs, books, treatises, articles, poems, and screenplays. Items lacking any identification precede titled works by unidentified authors and titled works by identified authors. Titled works by unidentified authors are filed alphabetically by title, while works with identified authors are filed alphabetically by author. Of particular note are a photocopy of a Yiddish handwritten poem by Aaron Isak dated 1775, a Yiddish translation of Allen Ginsberg's "Kaddish," a typescript speech by Erica Jong about Henry Miller, a photocopy typescript of "A Planet in Exile" by Chaim Potok, a corrected photocopy of a printer's copy typescript of Susan Fromberg Schaeffer's The Queen of Egypt and Other Stories, a photocopy typescript of Neil Simon's Plaza Suite, poems and memoirs by Alma Singer, and manuscripts of "Free Will and Extant Future" by Aaron Zeitlin.



Container List

Series I. Works, 1926-1994, nd

Box Folder
1 1 "Abandoned" (Yordim), Literarishe bleter tearsheet fragment, 1931
"Abraham and Lot" (Avraham un Lot) (see "The Wicked City")
Box Folder
1 2 Acceptance speech, handwritten manuscript, nd
3 Acceptance speech at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, handwritten manuscript, [1973]
4 Acceptance speech for the Buber-Rosenzweig Medal, handwritten Yiddish manuscript; handwritten manuscript in the hand of Alma Singer, 17 Jan. 1981; handwritten German translation in the hand of Alma Singer, 21 Jan. 1981; German typescript and corrected fragment, 1981
Acceptance speech for the S. Y. Agnon Gold Medal, 1975 (see "What It Takes to Be a Jewish Writer")
Box Folder
1 5 Acceptance speech on why Singer writes in Yiddish (see also Day of Pleasure National Book Award acceptance speech), handwritten manuscript pages
"Accepted Artistic Truths Which Are False" (Ongenumene kinstlerishe emesen vos zaynen falsh) (see "Old Truths and New Clichés")
"The Accuser and the Accused" (Der bashuldiker un der bashuldikter)
Box Folder
1 6 Photocopy Jewish Daily Forward text, 1983
7 Translation by Singer and Lester Goran, corrected typescript and corrected fragment; photocopy of Moment tearsheet, May 1954
"The Admirer" (Di farehrerin)
Box Folder
1 8 Yiddish handwritten manuscript titled "Der Vizit," [1975]
9 Yiddish typescript fragment, [1975]
10 Corrected typescript, nd
11 Corrected typescript, nd
12 Corrected photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs, nd
13 German translation titled "Die Verehrerin," handwritten manuscript [by Alma Singer]; corrected typescript and corrected fragments, nd
14 "The Adventure" (Di avanture), Jewish Daily Forward text, 1970
"The Adventure" (Di avanture)
Box Folder
1 15 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1971]
Translation by Singer and Alma Singer
Box Folder
1 16 Handwritten manuscript by Alma Singer, nd
17 Corrected typescript and corrected fragments, nd
18 Corrected typescript, nd
19 German translation titled "Das Abenteuer," handwritten manuscript [by Alma Singer]; two corrected typescripts and corrected fragments
20 "Advice" (Di eytse) [published in Israel Magazine, translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel], corrected typescript, nd
"Advice" (Di eytse)
Box Folder
1 21 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1981]
22 Hebrew translation by Israel Zamir, corrected typescript
23 Two corrected typescripts and corrections page
24 Photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
25-26 Two sets of photocopy corrected galley proofs
"Alone" (Aleyn)
Box Folder
1 27 Yiddish printed text
Translation by Joel Blocker
Box Folder
1 28 Four corrected typescript fragments, two with corrections in unidentified hand
29 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand; composite original and photocopy typescript
* Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
30 Mademoiselle tearsheet fragments, with correction in unidentified hand, Oct. 1962
31 Clipping, 1989
Alone in the Wild Forest (In vilden vald aleyn), translation by Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
1 32 Corrected typescript fragments
33 Original and photocopy of corrected typescript, printer's copy
34 Photographs of illustrations by Margot Zemach; dust jacket proof
35 Review clippings, 1971-73
Box Folder
2 1 "Altele," translation by Mirra Ginsburg, corrected typescript
2 "Andruginus" (Androgyne), photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragment
3 "The Angry Man" (Der kaysn), translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub, typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand; corrected typescript
4 "The Anti-Semite" (Der antisemit), Yiddish handwritten fragments
5 "Apudzhas Came to Say Good-By" (Apudzshas iz gekumen zikh gezegenen), two corrected typescripts and uncorrected fragments, [1976]
"Are Children the Ultimate Literary Critics?"
Box Folder
2 6 Typescript
7 Printed text, in Top of the News, Nov. 1972 (two copies)
8 "The Arsonist" (Der untertsinder), Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1965]
9 "Art and Documentation" (Kunst un dokumentatsye), corrected Yiddish typescript; corrected typescript and uncorrected fragment
"Art and Folklore" (based on "Old Truth and New Clichés")
Box Folder
2 10 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
11 Corrected typescript fragments; seven typescripts, some with additional handwritten corrections, originally titled "Speech Delivered in Tel Aviv by Issac [sic] Singer"
12 Corrected photocopy proof pages for Century Schoolbook, 1972, with additional corrected typescript pages
"Art in Our Time" (Di kunst in unzer tsayt) (see "Old Truths and New Clichés")
Box Folder
2 13 "The Artist," Yiddish handwritten manuscript fragment
14 "The Assertion" (Di farzikherung), Yiddish handwritten manuscript fragment, [1967]
15 "At Night in the Artist's Union" (Baynakht in Artistn-farayn), Yiddish handwritten manuscript
16 "At the Poorhouse," translation by Mirra Ginsburg, Midstream tearsheets, 1960 (two copies)
"The Author" (Der mehaber)
Box Folder
2 17 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
18 Translation by Aliza Shevrin and Elizabeth Shub, two typescript fragments, one with corrections [by Elizabeth Shub]; corrected fragment
19 "The Autobiography of Yiddish," four corrected typescripts and uncorrected fragment, [1964]
"Avraham and Lot" (see "The Wicked City")
Box Folder
2 20 "Bad Days," Yiddish typescript poem, nd
"The Ball" (Der bal) (see "The Gentleman from Cracow")
Box Folder
2 21 "A Balloon and a Story with a Soap Bubble" (A balon un a mayse mit a zeyfenbloz), Jewish Daily Forward text, 10 Jan. 1968
The Banished Son (Der fartribener zun)
Box Folder
3 1 Yiddish handwritten fragment, printer's copy, [1970]
2 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, 1971
3 Translation of Chapter Three by Sol Einhorn, typescript, titled "The Exiled Son"
4-8 Typescript fragments with corrections in unidentified hand (two copies)
Box Folder
4 1 Corrected typescript of Chapter One, retitled "A Journey to Warsaw in 1922"
2 Clipping, 1971
"The Beard" (Di bord)
Translation by Singer and Herbert R. Lottman
Box Folder
4 3 Four corrected typescripts
* American Journal Book Club tearsheets, nd (*Oversize Box 177)
German translation
Box Folder
4 4 Handwritten manuscript in unidentified hand
5 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "Der Bart"
6 Offprint (two copies)
7 Film, titled "Isaac Singer's Nightmare and Mrs. Pupko's Beard," advertisements, invitation, review clippings, 1974, 1978, 1981, nd
"The Beggar Said So" (Der oreman hot gezogt)
Box Folder
4 8 Jewish Daily Forward text, 30 Sept. 1956
9 Corrected typescript
Belief and Doubt (Gloyben uhn tsveyfel) (see Love and Exile)
Box Folder
4 10 "Bendit and Dishke," typescript fragments, [1973]
"Berl the Formalist"
Box Folder
4 11 Photocopy clipping of Yiddish printed text
12 Corrected typescript fragments
"The Betrayer of Israel" (Der oykher Yisroel)
Box Folder
4 13 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1978]
14 Photocopy corrected typescript, printer's copy; two sets of The New Yorker photocopy galley proofs, one with corrections and doodles; The New Yorker tearsheet, 29 July 1979
"The Betrothal" (see "Why They Called off the Betrothal")
Box Folder
4 15 "Between Shadows: A Street Scene in Old Warsaw," translation by Dvorah Menashe, typescript
"Big and Little" (Kleyn un groys)
Box Folder
4 16 Yiddish handwritten fragment
17 Translation by Mirra Ginsburg, two typescripts, one corrected
"Big Mendel and Little Mendele" (Der groyser Mendl un der kleyner Mendele)
Box Folder
4 18 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, in notebook
19 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1983
"The Bird" (Dos feygele), translation by Marie Badash Jaffe
Box Folder
4 20 Corrected typescript titled "The Little Bird"
21 The Jewish World tearsheets, Sept. 1964
22 "The Bishop's Robe" (Dem bishof's mantl), Yiddish handwritten fragments
"The Bishop's Robe" (Dray in a tsimer) (Three in a Room), translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel
Box Folder
4 23 Handwritten fragment
24 Two corrected typescripts titled "The Speakers of Tongues," one with corrections in unidentified hand
25 Two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
26 Corrected photocopy The New Yorker page proofs
"The Bitter Truth," translation by Dvorah Menashe
Box Folder
4 27 Corrected typescript
28 Photocopy tearsheets, The Literary Review, Sept. 1988
"The Blasphemer" (Khazkele)
Box Folder
4 29 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
Translation
Box Folder
4 30 Manuscript in unidentified hand, titled "Chazkele"
31 Two typescripts titled "Chazkele," one with corrections
"Blinded" (Farblendt) (see "Dazzled")
Box Folder
5 1 "The Blizzard," translation by Singer and Herbert R. Lottman, three corrected typescripts, one in unidentified hand, and uncorrected fragment
"Blood" (Treyf blut)
Box Folder
5 2 Yiddish handwritten fragments, nd
3 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clipping, 1966
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Pollet
Box Folder
5 4 Corrected typescript
5 Two corrected typescripts, with some corrections in unidentified hand
"The Boarder"
Box Folder
5 6 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, titled "Tsvey" (Two)
7 Corrected typescript
"The Bond"
Box Folder
5 8 Yiddish handwritten fragment, titled "Petsh" (Slaps), [1966]
9 Translation by B. Chernoff, typescript titled "Slaps" and typescript fragment
Translation by Singer and Lester Goran
Box Folder
5 10 Corrected typescript
11 Photocopy galley proofs with handwritten corrections; photocopy corrected galley proofs
12 The New Yorker tearsheets, 28 June 1982
13 Italian translation, la Repubblica text, 1985
"The Boy Knows the Truth" (Dos yingl veyst dem emes)
Box Folder
5 14 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1972]
15 Typescript fragments, some with corrections in unidentified hand
16 Corrected typescript, printer's copy; original and photocopy The New Yorker tearsheets, 17 Oct. 1977
"The Briefcase"
Box Folder
5 * Corrected Jewish Daily Forward galley proofs, titled "Dos rentsl" (The Satchel), 1970 (*removed to galley files)
17 Jewish Daily Forward installment clippings, [1970]
Translation by Shulamith Charney
Box Folder
5 18-19 Corrected typescripts
20 Corrected photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs; two photocopies of corrected galley proofs
"The Bride" (see "The Lame Bride")
"The Brooch" (Di brosh)
Box Folder
5 21 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1961]
22 Two Yiddish typescripts, one with corrections
23-25 Translation by Alma Singer and Elizabeth Pollet, corrected typescripts
26 Review clippings, 1968
"Brother Beetle" (Bruder Zshuk), translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
5 27 Three typescripts, two with corrections
* Corrected Saturday Evening Post galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
28 Corrected Saturday Evening Post tearsheets, titled "The Prodigal Fool"
"Bubbles Babble" (see "Soap Bubbles Speak")
Box Folder
6 1 "Burial at Sea," translation by Dvorah Menashe, corrected photocopy galley proofs; photocopy corrected galley fragment
"Burlesquing Life with Father" (see Review of Bruno Schulz's The Street of Crocodiles)
"The Bus" (Der oytobus)
Box Folder
6 2 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1976]
Translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
6 3 Three corrected typescripts, one with replacement pages and one with additional corrections [by Joseph Singer], and uncorrected fragment
4 Typescript with corrections [by Joseph Singer], printer's copy
5 Corrected photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs
6 The New Yorker tearsheets, 28 August 1978
"The Cabalist of East Broadway," translation by Alma Singer and Herbert Lottman
Box Folder
6 7 Typescript
8 Three typescript fragments, one with corrections
9 Corrected typescript; photocopy corrected The New Yorker galley proofs
10 Hebrew translation by Israel Zamir, photocopy printed text
* [Playscript], French poster, nd; signed original print for poster by Kantozowicz, nd (*Oversize Boxes 177 and 180)
"The Cabbala and Modern Man"
Box Folder
6 11 Corrected typescript
12 Corrected typescript and uncorrected fragment
13 Typescript and corrected fragment
14 Two corrected typescripts; corrected and uncorrected fragments
"The Cafeteria" (Di kafeterye)
Box Folder
6 15 Yiddish handwritten manuscript and photocopy fragment
16 Jewish Daily Forward text, Oct.-Nov. 1977
Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus
Box Folder
6 17 Corrected typescript (two copies)
18 Corrected photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs
Television playscripts
Box Folder
6 19 Typescript by Rhys Adrian
20 Photographs from the BBC Playhouse production, 1974
21 Clippings; review transcript, 1974, 1983-84, nd
"A Cage for Satan"
Box Folder
6 22 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
Translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
6 23 Two corrected typescripts, nd
24 The New Yorker tearsheets, 24 May 1976 (two copies)
25 "Candles" (Nerot), typescript, nd
"The Captive" (Di gefangene)
Box Folder
7 1 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
2 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1970
Translation by Alma Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel
Box Folder
7 3 Three corrected typescripts, one with additional corrections by Alma Singer, and corrected fragment
4 Photocopy of galley proofs with corrections in unidentified hand
5 "Caricature," corrected typescript titled "The Parody"
"A Cat in Stockings"
Box Folder
7 6 Handwritten fragment
7 Corrected typescript fragments
* Newsday Magazine tearsheets, 13 April 1986 (*Oversize Box 177)
"The Cat Who Thought She Was a Dog & the Dog Who Thought He Was a Cat" (Di kats vos hot gemeynt az zi iz a hunt un der hunt vos hot gemeynt az er iz a kats) (see also Naftali the Storyteller and His Horse, Sus)
Box Folder
7 8 Translation by Max Chaitman, corrected typescript
9 Translation by Joseph Singer, corrected typescript (two copies)
10 McGraw-Hill 7th Grade Reading Series photocopy proofs, 1987
* Houghton-Mifflin 4th Grade Reading Booklet photocopy proofs titled "Appearances," 1987 (*Oversize Box 177)
The Certificate (Der sertifikat]
Box Folder
7 11 Yiddish handwritten fragments, nd
12-13 Yiddish handwritten fragments, printer's copy, [1966]
14 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragment, [1966] (two copies)
15 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, 1967
16 Typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified Hand
17-18 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand and corrected fragments
Box Folder
8 1-2 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand and corrected fragments (continued)
3 Photocopy typescript reader's report
4 Dust jacket
5 Photocopy review clipping, 1992
6 "The Change in Intellectual Life in China,"Jewish Daily Forward text, 21 March 1959
7 "A Chapter of Chelm History" (A kapitel Khelmer geshikhte), Yiddish manuscript in unidentified hand, [1967]
8 "Chapters of Memoirs of the Eternal Jew" (Kapitlen zikhroynes fun eybikn yid), Yiddish handwritten fragment
The Charlatan (Der sharlatan]
Box Folder
8 9 Yiddish handwritten fragment
10-12 Yiddish handwritten fragments, printer's copy
13 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments
14 Photocopy of printed serialization in Jewish Daily Forward, 1967-68
* Yiddish galley proof fragments (*removed to galley files)
Box Folder
9 1-2 Typescript
3-4 Corrected typescript
"Chazkele" (see "The Blasphemer")
Box Folder
9 5 "Cheeky" (Tshiki), Yiddish handwritten fragment
6 "Children Are a Menace to Culture," manuscript in unidentified hand
7 "Children, Books and the Future,"Boston Sunday Globe text, 1972 (see also "Are Children the Ultimate Literary Critics?")
8 "Children: The Unsung Philosophers,"Daily Times printed article, 1972 (see also "Are Children the Ultimate Literary Critics?")
"Cockadoodledoo" (Kukeriku)
Box Folder
9 9 Yiddish handwritten fragment
10 Corrected photocopy Yiddish page proofs
11 Typescript translation by Marie Badash Jaffe
12 Translation by Ruth Whitman, tearsheets
The Collected Stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer
Box Folder
10 1 Author's Note, two corrected typescripts
2-6 Printer's copy of composite corrected typescript, printed text, and photocopies of previously printed works
* Galley proofs; page proofs (*8 folders, removed to galley files)
7 Unbound, uncut printed pages of Book of the Month Club edition, 1982
8 English, Polish, and Yiddish review clippings, advertisements, 1982
"A Collection of Zoshchenko's Stories in English" (Zamlbukh fun Zoshtshenko's ertseylungen oyf English) (see Review of Maria Gordon and Hugh McLean's translation of Mikhail Zoshchenko's Nervous People and Other Stories)
"The Colony," translation by Singer and Evelyn Torton Beck
Box Folder
10 9 Corrected typescript
* Corrected Commentary page proofs, 1968 (*Oversize Box 177)
"The Commentary" (Der peyresh) (see "The Recluse")
Box Folder
10 10 [Comments on photographic album published by the Central British Fund for Jewish Relief], corrected typescript, nd
11 "The Commune" (Di komune), Yiddish handwritten Fragments
"The Conference" (Di konferents)
Box Folder
10 12 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
13 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1981
14 Translation by Ruth Hirschman, typescript
"Confused" (Tsemisht)
Box Folder
10 15 Handwritten and corrected typescript fragments; two corrected typescripts, one with additional corrections in unidentified hand and one with replacement pages
16 Two corrected typescripts and corrected fragments
Box Folder
11 1 "Conrad Richter," corrected typescript
"Conventional Artistic Truths Which Are False" (Ongenumene kinstlerishe emesen vos zaynen falsh) (see "Old Truths and New Clichés")
"A Conversation Among Soap Bubbles" (A shmues tsvishen 'zeyfenblozen') (see "Soap Bubbles Speak")
"The Copy" (Di kopye) (see "The Plagiarist")
The Court (Der Hoyf) (see The Manor [together with The Estate])
"Courtyard in a Foreign Land" (see "In a Gentile Courtyard")
Box Folder
11 2 "The Crazy Journey" (Di meshugene rayze), handwritten fragment
3 "The Creation in Short" (Di bashafung bekitser), Jewish Daily Forward text, 1969
"A Crown of Feathers" (A kroyn fun federn)
Box Folder
11 4 Yiddish handwritten fragments, nd
* Yiddish galley proofs, 26 June and 3 July 1970 (*galley files)
Translation by Singer and Laurie Colwin
Box Folder
11 5 Corrected typescript
6 Corrected typescript with additional corrections in unidentified hand
7 The New Yorker tearsheets, 15 April 1972
A Crown of Feathers
Box Folder
11 8-10 Printer's copy of composite corrected typescript, photocopy typescript, and printed text
11 Printer's copy of typescript Author's Note; layout pages
* Two sets of galley proofs; two sets of page proofs (*four folders, removed to galley files)
12 Publicity photograph by Nancy Crampton
13, * Advertisement proofs (*Oversize Box 177) and clipping; advertisement card; English and French photocopy review clippings, 1973-74; typescript review fragment
14 National Book Award acceptance speech, typescript
"Cunegunde"
Box Folder
11 15 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
16 Translation by Singer and Elaine Gottlieb, two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
17 "Daily List" (Teglekhe resensie), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Dalfunka, Where the Rich Live Forever" (Dalfunke, di shtot vu gvirim lebn eybig)
Box Folder
11 18 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1974]
19 Composite typescript and handwritten manuscript; two corrected typescripts
* Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
"The Dance" (Der tants)
Box Folder
12 1 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, printer's copy, [1970]
2 Translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel, corrected typescript and corrected fragment with additional corrections in unidentified hand
3 "A Dance and a Hop," translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel, corrected typescript
4 "The Danger of the Cliché," corrected typescript, nd
5 "Dave's Daughter" (Dayvs tokhter), Yiddish handwritten manuscript
"The Day I Got Lost"
Box Folder
12 6 Yiddish handwritten manuscript titled "Ikh bin professor shlemiel" (I Am Professor Shlemiel)
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
12 7 Two typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "A Chapter from the Autobiography of Professor Shlemiel"
8 Two typescripts, one with corrections, both titled "A Chapter from the Autobiography of Professor Shlemiel"
9 Two typescripts
"A Day in Coney Island" (A tog in Kuni Ayland)
Box Folder
12 10 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1970]
Translation by Singer and Laurie Colwin
Box Folder
12 11 Corrected typescript and corrected fragment
12 Corrected typescript
13 "A Day in Jerusalem" (A tog in Yerushalayim), Jewish Daily Forward text, Oct. 1972
A Day of Pleasure: Stories of a Boy Growing Up in Warsaw
Box Folder
12 14 Yiddish handwritten manuscript of Author's Note and "Who I Am"
15 Manuscript in unidentified hand of Author's Note, "Who I Am," and "The Trip to Warsaw and Wonder upon Wonder" (The Trip from Radzymin to Warsaw)
16 Corrected typescript of Author's Note, "Who I Am," and "The Trip from Radzymin to Warsaw," titled "Introduction" and "The Trip to Warsaw and Wonder upon Wonder"
17 Photocopy printed text fragment of "Reb Asher the Dairyman" with handwritten deletion
18 National Book Award acceptance speech on "Why I Write for Children," three typescripts, one also including why he writes in Yiddish and one with corrections
19 Clippings, 1969-72; French advertisement, nd
20 Polish translation of "Day of Pleasure" by Tadeusz Polanowski, clipping, 1979
"Dazzled"
Box Folder
12 21 Jewish Daily Forward text, titled "Farblendt" (Blinded), Dec. 1983
Translation by Dvorah Menashe
Box Folder
12 22 Two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
23 Photocopy of typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
24 Corrected photocopy galley proofs, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
25 The New Yorker tearsheets, 18 March 1985
"The Dead Fiddler"
Box Folder
12 26 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1966]
Translation by Mirra Ginsburg
Box Folder
12 27 Two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
28 Corrected typescript fragment
29 Corrected photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs
"The Dead Musician" (Der toyter klezmer) (see "The Dead Fiddler")
"The Death of Methuselah" (Methuselah un Naamah)
Box Folder
12 30 Yiddish handwritten fragments
31 Corrected typescript
32 Clipping, 1986
The Death of Methuselah and Other Stories
Box Folder
12 * Galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
33 "A special message for the [Franklin Library] first edition," three typescripts, two with corrections
34 Review clippings, 1987-89; advertisement
Box Folder
13 1 "The Destruction of Kreshev" (Der khurbn fun Kreshev), Hebrew tearsheets, titled "Khurbm Kreshev"
2 A Devil's Game [Playscript, based on "The Unseen"], Unser Theater program, flyer, 1959 (see also "The Unseen" and A Play for the Devil)
"The Devil's Trick" (Dem tayvl's shtik) (see also Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories)
Box Folder
13 3 Yiddish handwritten fragments; corrected Yiddish typescript
4 Three typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
"A Diary of One Not Born" (A togbukh fun a nisht- geboyrenem) (see "From the Diary of One Not Born")
Box Folder
13 5 "The Diaspora Jew and Yiddish" (Der goles-yid un yidish), Yiddish handwritten manuscript
"Disguised," translation by Dvorah Menashe
Box Folder
13 6 Handwritten fragment
7 Corrected typescript fragments
8 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
9 Photocopy galley proof fragment with corrections in unidentified hand; corrected photocopy galley proofs
10 "The Dispensation" (A heter memeye rabonim), translation by Channah Kleinerman, [Commentary] tearsheets, nd
The Dispossessed Son (see The Banished Son)
"The Divorce" (Der get)
Box Folder
13 11 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1983
Translation by Singer and Dvorah Menashe
Box Folder
13 12 Corrected typescript fragments; typescript; photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
13 Corrected galley proofs
"Dr. Beeber" (Doktor Beeber), translation by Singer and Elaine Gottlieb
Box Folder
13 14 Three corrected typescripts
15 Corrected The New Yorker galley proofs
16 Dr. Eibeshitz, Yiddish handwritten fragment
17 "Dostoyevsky Program," Radio Liberty, 11 Nov. 1971, typescript; press release; correspondence
The Dream Man(Der man fun haloymes) (see Man of Dreams)
"Dreamers" (Batlonim) (see also In My Father's Court)
Box Folder
13 * Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
18 "Dreams and Fantasies" (Khaloymes un fantaziyes), Yiddish handwritten fragment
19 "The Eclipse of the Moon" (Der likoy-lavone), composite Yiddish clippings and Yiddish handwritten manuscript
"The Egotist" (Der Egoist)
Box Folder
13 20 Yiddish handwritten fragment; Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1965]
Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus
Box Folder
13 21 Corrected typescript
22 The New Yorker tearsheets, 16 Jan. 1971
23 "Eight Days of Passover" (Akht tog Pesah), Jewish Daily Forward text, [1986-87]
24 "The Elders of Chelm & Genendel's Key," translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub (see also When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories), three typescripts, two with corrections in unidentified hand and two titled "The Sages of Chelm & Genendel's Key," and uncorrected fragment
Elijah the Slave
Box Folder
13 25 Two typescripts, one corrected
* Two sets of galley proofs, one with corrections (*two folders, removed to galley files)
26 Review clippings, 1971
"Elka and Meir" (Elke un Meir)
Box Folder
13 27 Yiddish handwritten fragment titled "Di shvartse libe" (The Black Love)
28 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1976]
Translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
13 29 Two corrected typescripts, one with additional corrections in unidentified hand
30, * Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy; corrected photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs; photocopy corrected The New Yorker page proofs (*Oversize Box 177); The New Yorker tearsheets, 23 May 1977
31 "The Encounter" (Di bagegenish), Jewish Daily Forward text, 14 Feb. 1974
Enemies: A Love Story (Sonim: di geshikhte fun a libe)
Box Folder
13 32 Yiddish handwritten fragments
33-34 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments
Box Folder
14 1-2 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments with handwritten insert pages
3-7 Yiddish handwritten manuscript fragments, including printer's copy
Box Folder
15 1 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clipping, 1966
2-3 Hebrew translation, corrected typescript fragment
Translation by Aliza Shevrin and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
15 4 Two typescript fragments, one with corrections in unidentified hand
5 Chapter 1, with title "Enemies: The History of a Love, " typescript fragment of part one (two copies); corrected typescript of parts one and two
Chapters 1-3
Box Folder
15 6 Corrected typescript and uncorrected fragment
7 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "The Husband"
8 Typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand; corrected typescript and handwritten fragments
9-11 Corrected composite original and photocopy typescript
Box Folder
16 1-3 Corrected composite original and photocopy typescript; uncorrected fragments
4 Corrected typescript fragments with insert pages in unidentified hand
5-6 Corrected typescript with additional corrections and notes in unidentified hand
Box Folder
17 1-2 Corrected typescript, printer's copy
3 Corrected galley proofs and layout material
4 Galley proofs with corrections in unidentified hand
5 Page proofs with corrections in unidentified hand
6 Dust jacket proof
7 Photographs of publishing event, 1972
* Advertisement proofs (*Oversize Box 177)
Box Folder
18 1-2 English and Italian review clippings, advertisements, 1972, 1973; photocopy typescript reviews by W. G. Rogers for the Saturday Review and Maryann Dunitz Greenstone; German and English book catalogs
Radio Play (episodes broadcast on WEVD)
Box Folder
18 3-7 Yiddish handwritten manuscript; Yiddish typescript
Screenplay
Box Folder
19 1 Typescript transcript of conversation discussing screenplay
2 First draft by Barney Simon, typescript, 1975
3 Corrected typescript fragment
4 Typescript fragment
5-6 Corrected typescript
7-8 Corrected typescript
9 Photographs, [1989]
10 Clippings, advertisements, 1986, nd
"The Enemy" (Der soyne)
Box Folder
20 1 Yiddish handwritten manuscripts, nd
* Yiddish galley proofs, 30 and 31 Jan. 1970 (*removed to galley files)
2 Jewish Daily Forward text, Jan. 1970
Translation by Singer and Friedel Wyler
Box Folder
20 3 Manuscript in unidentified hand, in notebook
4 Two uncorrected typescripts, one with duplicates of some pages, and three corrected typescripts
"Errors" (Grayzen)
Box Folder
20 5 Yiddish handwritten manuscript fragments, nd
6 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1972
Translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
20 7 Photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
* Corrected The New Yorker galley proofs (*Oversize Box 177)
"Escape from Civilization" (Antloyf fun tsivilizatsye)
Box Folder
20 8 Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1975]
Translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel
Box Folder
20 9 Three corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
10 Corrected typescript; The New Yorker galley proofs fragment
11 The New Yorker tearsheets, 6 May 1972
12 Essay on acquisition of human knowledge, Yiddish handwritten manuscript, in three notebooks
13 Essay on assimilation, galley proof fragments
14 Essay on censorship, translation by B. Chernoff, typescript fragment
15 Essay on human emotions, Yiddish handwritten manuscript
16 Essay on mass hysteria, Yiddish handwritten manuscript
17 Essay on modern art and literature, Yiddish handwritten fragments
Essay on modern literature
Box Folder
20 18 Yiddish handwritten fragments
19 Three typescript fragments, two with corrections
20 Essay on prayer, with photographs by Abraham Menashe, tearsheet fragment, nd
21 Essay on the supposed death of religion, Yiddish handwritten manuscript
22 Essay on religion, the universe, and principles, Yiddish handwritten manuscript in notebook
23 Essay on translating from Yiddish into English, Yiddish handwritten fragments; corrected photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragments; typescript lecture
24 Essay on S. Y. Agnon, handwritten fragment
25 Essay on violence, Yiddish handwritten fragment
The Estate (see also The Manor)
Box Folder
21 1 Typescript fragment
2-5 Corrected typescript
6-8 'Retyped manuscript, Rachel's editing,' typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand and handwritten insert page by Singer
Box Folder
22 1 Corrected typescript fragment
2-5 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
* Two sets of corrected galley proofs; three sets of corrected page proofs (*five folders, removed to galley files)
6, * Typescript review by James Friend; review by W.G. Rogers for The Saturday Review; English and German review clippings, 1969, 1981; advertisement proofs (*Oversize Box 177)
* Galley proofs of review by Leonard Kriegel (*removed to galley files)
"Esther Kreindel the Second" (Ester-Krayndl di tsveyte)
Box Folder
22 7 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1964]
8 Yiddish Ilustrirte Weltwoch tearsheets, 1974
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Pollet
Box Folder
22 9 Corrected typescript; typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, with duplicates of some pages
10 Typescript
Box Folder
23 1 "Eulogy to a Shoelace," translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel, typescript
2 "Evelin," Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1968]
3 "Evening Prayers" (Mayrev), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Exes" (Gevezene)
Box Folder
23 4 Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1976]
5 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments
Translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
23 6 Corrected typescript and two corrected fragments, one with corrections in unidentified hand
7 Printed text, in Confrontation, Fall/Winter 1978
The Exiled Son (Der fartribener zun) (see The Banished Son)
Box Folder
23 8 "The Extinguished Lights," two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
"The Extreme Jews" (see also The Hasidim)
Box Folder
23 * Corrected Harpers galley proofs, April 1967 (*Oversize Box 177)
"The Fable as Literary Form" (see Introduction to George Fyler Townsend's translation of Aesop's Fables)
Faith and Doubt (Gloyben un tsveyfel) (see Love and Exile)
Box Folder
23 9 "Fallen Angels," Yiddish handwritten fragment
The Family: Material for an Autobiography (Di mishpohe: materyal far an oytobiografye) (see also Remembrances of a Rabbi's Son)
Box Folder
23 10-12 Photocopy and original Yiddish handwritten fragments
13-14 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, 1982-83
Box Folder
24 1-2 Typescript fragments with corrections in unidentified hand, with duplicates of some pages
The Family Moskat (Di familye Mushkat)
Box Folder
24 3 Scrapbook containing clippings of Jewish Daily Forward serialization, 1945-48
4 [Chapter 65, translated by Joseph C. Landis], typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand
5 Dust jacket proof (two copies); proof of jacket text
6 Original and photocopy English, Italian, German, Yiddish, and Polish review clippings, 1950, 1966, 1984, nd; German typescript review transcript, 1984; Book News, 1965; photocopy corrected Cavalier review galley proof, 1965; publisher's catalog, 1965
7 Playscript by Michael Ackerman, corrected typescript, bound
Box Folder
25 1 "The Fantasist" (Di fantazist), Yiddish handwritten fragment
A Fantasy about the Baal Shem (A fantazye vegn Bal Shem) (see Reaches of Heaven)
"The Fast" (Der faster)
Translation by Mirra Ginsburg
Box Folder
25 2 Corrected typescript, titled "The Faster"
* Corrected galley proofs (*Oversize Box 177)
3 French translation by Gisele Bernier, titled "Le Jeûne,"Le Figaro Litteraire text, 7 July 1965
4 Hebrew translation by M. Y. Bar-Even, Maariv tearsheets, Oct. 1978
"Fatal"
Box Folder
25 5 Yiddish handwritten manuscript; Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1970]
Translation by Singer and Laurie Colwin
Box Folder
25 6 Corrected typescript
7 Original and photocopy tearsheet fragments
"The Fatalist" (Der fatalist)
Box Folder
25 8 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1972
9 Translation by Joseph Singer, corrected typescript
10 German translation, handwritten manuscript and typescript fragments
11 Italian translation, il Giornale text, 1978
"Fate" (Goyrl)
Box Folder
25 12 Yiddish handwritten fragment, nd
* Yiddish galley proofs, 25 Dec. 1965 (*galley files)
13 Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub, corrected typescript and corrected fragments
14 "Father and Daughter" (Tate un tokhter), Yidishe Kempfer tearsheets
15 "Father Becomes an Anarchist" (Der tate vert an anarkhist), three typescripts, one corrected
The Fearsome Inn
Box Folder
25 * Galley proof fragment (*removed to galley files)
16 Review clippings, 1967-73
17 "The Female Bread-Winner" (Di farzorgerin), photocopy Yiddish text, [1973]
18 "A Few Words about Myself (From a Lecture)" (A por ventes vegn zikh (fun a rede)), Yiddish Svive tearsheets
"Figures and Episodes from a [the Warsaw] Literary Club" (Figurn un epizodn fun literatn fareyn)
Box Folder
25 19-20 Yiddish handwritten fragments, nd
21 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragments, nd
22 Jewish Daily Forward installment clippings, 1979
Foam (Shoym) (see Scum)
"Fool's Paradise," translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
25 23 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand (two copies)
24 Photocopy Reader's Digest tearsheets, April 1979
"The Foolish Bridegroom and the Switched Feet" (Der narisher hosn un di farbitene fis) (see "The Mixed-Up Feet and the Silly Bridegroom")
"The Fools of Chelm & the Stupid Carp"
Translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel
Box Folder
25 25 Two corrected typescripts titled "The Fools of Chelm and the Insolent Carp," one with corrections in unidentified hand) and uncorrected fragment
26 Photocopy proofs from an unidentified collection of children's stories
27 Photocopy printed text with illustrations by David McPhail, from unidentified collection of stories
28 Photocopy of printed text from an unidentified work
The Fools of Chelm and Their History
Box Folder
26 1 Jewish Daily Forward installment clippings, titled "Nokh vegn di Khelmer hakhomim" (More about the Wise Men of Chelm), [1972]
2 Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub, two corrected typescripts titled "The History of Chelm"
3 Review clippings, 1973, 1974
4 "A Forged IOU," corrected typescript titled "Father's Promissory Note" (two copies), and corrected typescript titled "The Promissory Note"
"Former" (Gevezene) (see "Exes")
"The Former One" (Di gevezene) (see "The Egotist")
"Freedom and Literature" [Sol Feinstone Lecture on the Meaning of Freedom, United States Military Academy, 23 Sept. 1980] (based on "Art and Folklore")
Box Folder
26 5 Corrected typescript; two typescript fragments; five corrected typescript fragments, one with handwritten insert pages
6 Printed text of lecture (two copies); original and photocopy Parameters tearsheets
"A Friend of Kafka"
Box Folder
26 7 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, titled "Zshak Kohn" (Jacques Kohn), [1968]
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
26 8 Corrected typescript
9 The New Yorker tearsheets, 23 Nov. 1968 (two copies)
10 German translation, handwritten manuscript [by Alma Singer]
11 French translation by Marie-Pierre Castelnau, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "Un Ami de Kafka"
A Friend of Kafka and Other Stories
Box Folder
26 12 Handwritten draft of Author's Note
13 Typescript reviews by James Friend and Shulamis Yelin; English and Italian clippings, 1970-1972, 1974
14 "From My Desk" (Von mein schriebetish), Yiddish handwritten fragment, nd
"From the Diary of One Not Born," playscript based on the short story
Program (see "Gimpel the Fool")
"From the Old and New Home" (Fun der alter un nayer heym)
Box Folder
26 15 Jewish Daily Forward text
16 Translation by Herman Eichenthal, typescript fragment titled "From the Old New Home"
17 "The Future of Literature" (Di tsukunft fun der literatur), Jewish Daily Forward text, 17 Dec. 1972
18 "Generations: Fragment from a Larger Story" (Doyres: fragment fun a lengerer dertseylung), Jewish Daily Forward text, 23 May 1982
"Genesis"
Box Folder
26 19 Yiddish handwritten fragment
20 Typescript
"The Gentleman from Cracow"
Box Folder
26 21 Yiddish handwritten manuscript titled "Der Bal" (The Ball)
* Corrected Yiddish galley proofs, titled "Der Bal" (The Ball), [1957] (*galley files)
22 Translation by Norbert Guterman and Elaine Gottlieb, Commentary tearsheets
Playscript
Box Folder
26 23 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript in unidentified hand, titled "Der Bal" (The Ball) (see also The Mirror)
24 Cantata by Michael Bank and Andrew Solomon, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
25 Ballet for Chanukah Festival for Israel, program, 1966
26 Photocopy advertisement for Raphael Soyer lithographs, nd
27 "Getzel the Monkey" (Getsl malpe), typescript fragment; typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
"The Gift of the Mishnah" (see "The Mishnah")
"A Gift" (A matone)
Box Folder
26 28 Jewish Daily Forward text, Feb. 1978
29 Translation by Joseph Singer, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "The Gift, or the Jade Toilet Seat"
"Gifts" (Matones)
Box Folder
27 1 Photocopy Yiddish proofs; Yiddish tearsheets
Translation by Dvorah Menashe
Box Folder
27 2 Corrected typescript
3 Photocopy tearsheets, The Listener, 18 Aug. 1988
4 Gifts, review clipping, 1985
"Gimpel the Fool" (Gimpel Tam)
Box Folder
27 5 Polish translation, corrected typescript
6 Clippings, 1965, 1987
Playscript
Box Folder
27 7 Yiddish handwritten fragments
8 Corrected typescript fragment
9 Corrected typescript
10-11 Typescripts, (two copies, one with corrections in unidentified hand)
12 Corrected typescript of playscript by Richard Hall, 1964
13 Programs, 1963, 1970, 1980, 1982
14 One-act opera libretto by Paul Kresh, with music by Charles Davidson, original and photocopy typescript; photocopy typescript program, 1965
15 Chamber opera libretto with music by David Schiff, Yiddish and English typescript; review clipping, 1985
Gimpel the Fool and Other Stories
Box Folder
27 16 Dust jacket proof, 1988
17 English, Italian, and German advertisement and clippings, 1957-78; typescript German review, 1968; German publisher's catalog, 1968
18 Notes from The Editors of The Franklin Library, 1983
Gimpl tam un andere dertseylungen
Box Folder
27 * Corrected Yiddish galley proofs, [1963] (*removed to galley files)
19 "The Glow of Consience" (Di shayn fun gevisen), Jewish Daily Forward Yiddish text, 11 Jan. 1968
"God and Idol" (Got un opgot) [Playscript]
Box Folder
27 20 Yiddish handwritten synopses
21 Yiddish handwritten fragment
22 Yiddish typescript fragments
23 Yiddish typescript fragments, with some duplicate pages
God's Survivors (Gots pleytim)
Box Folder
27 24-25 Yiddish handwritten fragment
Box Folder
28 1-2 Two corrected Yiddish typescripts
The Golem (Der goylem)
Box Folder
28 3 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1969
4 Handwritten Author's Note
5 Corrected typescript fragment
6 Corrected typescript fragment
7 Corrected typescript (two copies)
8 Corrected composite original and photocopy typescript, printer's copy
* Corrected galley proof fragment; two sets of page proofs (*three folders, removed to galley files)
9 Proofs of illustrations by Uri Shulevitz
10 Photocopy advertisement, 1982; photocopy review clippings, 1982-83; typescript review by M. Posner, nd
11 "Grandchildren" (Eyniklekh), Jewish Daily Forward text, Nov. 1977
"Grandfather and Grandson" (Zeyde un eynikl)
Box Folder
28 12 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1969]
13-14 Translation by Evelyn Torton Beck and Ruth Schachner Finkel, two corrected typescripts
15 "Grandmother's Tale" (A bobe dertseylt), two typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
"Grandmother's Tale" [Poem] (see Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories)
Box Folder
28 16 "The Gravedigger," translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus, corrected typescript
Box Folder
29 1 The Green Years (Di grine yorn) [Memoir], Yiddish handwritten fragment
2 "Greenhorn in Sea Gate,"The World of New York tearsheet, 1985
3 "Growing Up" (Vuks), Two corrected typescripts and uncorrected fragment
Growing Up Again (Vidervuks)
Box Folder
29 4 Yiddish handwritten fragment, nd
* Yiddish galley proofs, [1969] (*removed to galley files)
5 Clippings of Jewish Daily Forward serialization, 1969-70
6 "Grunen the Goldsmith" (Grunem der goldshmid) Yiddish handwritten fragment
"A Guest for One Night" (A gast oyf eyn nakht) (see "One Night in Brazil")
The Guest (Der gast)
Box Folder
29 7-8 Yiddish handwritten fragments
9-10 Yiddish typescript (two copies, one with corrections, nd)
The Guests (Di gest)
Box Folder
29 * Corrected Yiddish galley proofs, 1972 (*removed to galley files)
Box Folder
30 1-2 Clippings of Jewish Daily Forward serialization, some with handwritten corrections, 1972
3 Corrected typescript
4-5 Corrected typescript
6 "Guests from America" (Gest fun America), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Guests on a Winter Night" (Gest in a vinter-nakht)
Box Folder
30 7 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1969]
Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus
Box Folder
30 8 Two corrected typescripts
9 Photocopy corrected The New Yorker galley proofs
10 Hungarian translation by Marianne Kiss, titled "Látogatók Egy Téli Éjszakán," printed text, 1993
11 "Habad and Constructive Alternatism," typescript
12 "Had He Been a Kohen" (Ven er volt geven a koyen), typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
* "Hagigah,"American Judaism page proofs, 1966 (*Oversize Box 177)
Box Folder
31 1 "Hanka," translation by Singer and Blanche and Joseph Nevel, corrected typescript
2 "Hanukah" [Poem] (see also Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories), Yiddish handwritten fragments; corrected Yiddish typescript fragments; handwritten manuscript; seven typescripts, some with corrections in unidentified hand
3 "A Hanukkah Eve in Warsaw" (An erev-Hanike in Varshe), corrected typescript (three copies) and corrected fragment
"A Hanukkah Evening in My Parents' House" (A khanike nakht bay mame-tate in hoyz)
Box Folder
31 4 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
5 Two typescript fragments, one with corrections
"Hanukkah in the Poorhouse"
Box Folder
31 6 Corrected typescript fragments
7 Two corrected typescripts
8 Corrected typescript with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
9 "A Has-been" (A nekhtiger), Undezer Ekspres tearsheets, nd
The Hasidim: Paintings, Drawings, and Etchings (see also "The Extreme Jews")
Box Folder
31 10 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
11 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript
12 Two composite original and photocopy typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand; corrected fragments
* Galley proofs, titled "The Spirit of Jewishness" (*removed to galley files)
13 Clippings, 1973
"Henne Fire" (Hene fayer)
Box Folder
31 14 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1966]
15 Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
"Her Son" (Ir zuhn)
Box Folder
31 16 Jewish Daily Forward text, Jan. 1972
Translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
31 17 Typescript; corrected typescript
18 Photocopy corrected The New Yorker galley proofs
"Hershele & Hanukkah"
Box Folder
31 19 Handwritten manuscript fragment [in Alma Singer's hand], titled "Hershele and Chanukkah"
20 Three corrected typescripts, one with additional corrections in unidentified hand
21 "Hershl and Peske" (Hershl un Peske), Jewish Daily Forward text, Dec. 1972
22 "Heshele [Hershele] and Hanele or the Power of a Dream" (Hershele un Hanale, oder der koyeh fun a holem), corrected typescript and uncorrected fragment
"A Highly Talented American Writer Who Is Little Known" (A hoykh-talentirter Amerikaner shrayber vos iz venig bakant) (see "On the Courage to Be Old-Fashioned")
Box Folder
31 23 "The Honeymoon," Yiddish handwritten manuscript
"The Hotel," translation published in The Death of Methuselah
Box Folder
31 24 Two typescripts, one with corrections
25 Tropic tearsheets, 10 Dec. 1978
"The Hotel" (Der hotel)
Box Folder
31 26 Jewish Daily Forward text, Jan. 1972
"The House Friend" (Der hoyzfraynd)
Box Folder
32 1 Yiddish handwritten fragment; Yiddish handwritten fragment, printer's copy
Translation by Singer and Lester Goran
Box Folder
32 2 Corrected typescript; typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
3 Corrected photocopy galley proof fragment
4 The Housefriend: A Novel (Der hoyzfrand: novele), Yiddish handwritten fragments of Chapter One
5 "A Household" (A shtub), Yiddish handwritten manuscript
6 "How Chelm Remained Penniless" (Vi azoy Khelm iz gebliben ohn gelt), Yiddish handwritten manuscript in unidentified hand, [1967]
"How Does It Feel To Be a Yiddish Writer in America?" (Vi fihlt zikh a Idisher shrayber in Amerike?)
Box Folder
32 7 Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1965]
8 Composite of corrected typescript and handwritten pages; typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, [1965]
"How Mazel Changed a Peasant into a Lord" (Vi azoy Mazel hot farvandelt a poyer in a har) (see "Mazel & Shlimazel")
"How Mazel Milked a Lioness" (Vi azoy Mazel hot oysgemolken di milkh fun a leyb) (see "Mazel & Shlimazel")
"How Shlemiel Went to Warsaw" (Vi azoy Shlumil iz avek keyn Varshe) (see "When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw")
"The Hunchback" (Dos heykerl) (see "Two Markets")
Box Folder
32 9 "A Hundred Years of Mendele Mocher Sforim" (Hundert yor Mendele Moykher Sforim), typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "Mendele Mocher Sforim," [1967]
"I. B. Singer Talks to I. B. Singer about the Movie Yentl" [The New York Times, 29 Jan. 1984]
Box Folder
32 10 Yiddish handwritten fragments; handwritten manuscript titled "All about Yentl: An Interview with Myself"
11 Manuscript in unidentified hand, in notebook, titled "All About Yentl: An Interview with Myself;" Yiddish handwritten fragment
12 "I Place My Reliance on No Man," translation by Ruth Whitman, two corrected typescripts, one titled "I Place Not My Reliance in Mortal Man"
"I Rely on No Man" (Lo al enash rehitsna) (see "I Place My Reliance on No Man")
"I See the Child as a Last Refuge"
Box Folder
32 * Corrected galley proofs, 1969 (*removed to galley files)
13 Photocopies of New York Times Book Review article, 9 Nov. 1969
14 "The New Realism," article by Robert Burch, Horn Book tearsheets, June 1971
15 "Idiot" (Idiotke), Yiddish handwritten manuscript
"Idlers" (Batlonim) (see "Dreamers")
"The Image" (Dos geshtalt)
Box Folder
32 16 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1983
Translation by Singer and Lester Goran
Box Folder
32 17 Corrected typescript; typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
18 Photocopy corrected galley proof fragments and duplicate galley proofs with corrections in unidentified hand; photocopy galley proofs and duplicate fragments with corrections in unidentified hand
The Image and Other Stories
Box Folder
32 19 Handwritten fragments and handwritten manuscript of Author's Note
20 Handwritten and typescript table of contents
* Two sets of corrected galley proofs; page proofs (*seven folders, removed to galley files)
21 Review clippings; photocopy catalog proof, 1985-86
22 "The Imaginary Idea" (Harayon medumah), Hebrew translation by Israel Zamir, printed text in Maariv, 22 Oct. 1978
23 "The Imitators: Miniature" (Di nokhmakhers: miniatur), Yiddish handwritten fragment
24 "The 'Impossible' Is Very Often Possible" (Dos 'ummeglikhe' iz gants oft meglikh), Yiddish handwritten fragment, in notebook, [1961]
"Impoverished Men" (Yordim) (see "Abandoned")
"The Impresario"
Box Folder
32 25 Jewish Daily Forward text, as "Di forlezung in Brazil" (The Lecture in Brazil), 1983
26 Handwritten fragment
27 Corrected typescript fragments, some with additional corrections in unidentified hand and titled "The Demon [The Lecture in Brazil]"; corrected typescript, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
28 Printed text in Harper's, April 1986
29 "In a Gentile Courtyard" (Be-hatser shel nokhrim), typescript titled "Courtyard in a Foreign Land," nd
30 "In Miami on a Verandah" (In Miami oyf a verande), Jewish Daily Forward text, 25 March 1959
In My Father's Court
Yiddish, as Mayn tatns bes-din shtub (My Father's Rabinnical Court), [1980]
Box Folder
33 1 Yiddish handwritten fragments and notes
2 Yiddish handwritten manuscript of "Di din toyre" (The Lawsuit)
3 Corrected photocopy Yiddish galley proof fragments
4 Yiddish advertisement
5 Corrected typescript of Author's Note, titled "A Few Words in Advance"
6 Typescript of "A Broken Engagement," titled "Why Did They Call off the Betrothal?" (see also "Why They Called off the Betrothal")
7 Typescript fragments with corrections in unidentified hand
8 Typescript of "Wolf the Coal-Dealer," with corrections in unidentified hand
9-10 Typescript fragments, with duplicates of some pages
Excerpts published in The Saturday Evening Post and de Volkskrant
* Des Asmussen illustration proofs; mockup layouts with illustration; Saturday Evening Post tearsheets, 1963 (*Oversize Box 177)
11 de Volkskrant excerpt clippings, 1967
12 Typescript of dust jacket text; dust jacket proof
* Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
13, * Press release; publisher's catalogs; advertisement proofs and clipping (*Oversize Box 177); English and Yiddish review clippings, 1966-69; photocopy typescript Library Journal review
Playscript
Box Folder
33 14 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, on notepad
15-16 Yiddish typescript by Dora Wasserman
17 Programs, 1957, 1971
* Poster (*Oversize Box 177)
18 Clippings, 1969, 1986
19 "In the Literary World," (In der literarisher velt) Jewish Daily Forward text, March 1959
"In the Poorhouse" (see "At the Poorhouse")
Box Folder
34 1 "Indecent Speech and Sex in Literature" ("Umanshtendige" reyd un seks in de literatur), translation by Mirra Ginsburg, typescript, [1965]
2 "The Indian Ink of the Impotent," Yiddish handwritten fragments
3 The Ingbers (Di Ingber), Yiddish handwritten fragment
4 "The Interview" (Der intervyn), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"The Interview" (Der intervyn) [published in The Image]
Box Folder
34 5 Yiddish handwritten fragment
6 Translation by Singer and Laurie Colwin, corrected typescript and corrected fragments titled "The Orgy"
7 Translation by Singer and Lester Goran, two corrected typescripts and corrected fragment
8 Corrected photocopy galley proofs
[Introduction to photographic album published by the Central British Fund for Jewish Relief] (see "Comments on photographic album…")
Box Folder
34 9 Introduction to Tully Filmus' Tully Filmus: Selected Drawings, review clipping, 1971
Introduction to Knut Hamsun's Hunger
Box Folder
34 10 Yiddish handwritten fragment
11 Three corrected typescripts, titled "Knut Hamson, The Artist of Sincerity"
* Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
12 Dust jacket
13 Photocopy Publishers' Weekly clipping; review clippings, 1967
Introduction to a work by Barton Midwood
Box Folder
34 14 Yiddish handwritten fragment
15 Corrected typescript
16 Esquire proof fragments, 1972
17 Introduction to Yitzchok Perlov's The Adventures of One Yitzchok, clipping, 1967
18 Introduction to Lionel Reiss and Milton Hindus' A World at Twilight: Portrait of the Jewish Communities of Eastern Europe before the Holocaust, photocopy text; review clippings, 1972
19 Introduction to Abraham Shulman's The Old Country: The Lost World of East European Jews, review clipping, 1974
20 Introduction to Israel Joshua Singer's Yoshe Kolb, corrected typescript
21 Introduction to George Fyler Townsend's translation of Aesop's Fables, corrected typescript with additional corrections in unidentified hand; typescript with corrections in unidentified hand; review clippings, 1968
22 Introduction to Aaron Zeitlin's The Other Reality: Parapsychology and Parapsychic Phenomena, typescript, nd
"Inventions" (see "Topics")
Box Folder
34 23 "Is the Novel an Obsolete Form of Literature?" (Iz der roman a farelterte form in der literatur?), corrected typescript fragment titled "Is the Novel an Antiquated Form in Literature?," [1966]
24 ["Is Storytelling a Forgotten Art?"], typescript, nd
25 An Isaac Bashevis Reader, review clippings, 1971
"Isaac Perlov, the Narrator of Gay Tragedies" (see Review of Isaac Perlov's My Seven Good Years)
"Isaac Singer's Nightmare and Mrs. Pupko's Beard" (see "The Beard")
Box Folder
34 26 "Itele and Bentse" (Itele un Bentse), Jewish Daily Forward text, Sept. 1972
"Jachid and Jechida" (Yahid un Yehidah)
Box Folder
34 27 Translation by Z. M. Schachter, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "Solus and Sola"
28 Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Pollet, two corrected typescripts
* Galley proofs of Imperial Message (collection of short stories by various authors); photocopy proofs of Afterword by Howard Schwartz (*removed to galley files)
"Jacques Kohn" (Zshak Kohn) (see "Friend of Kafka")
"The Jew from Babylon" (Der yid fun Bovl)
Box Folder
34 29 Translation by Joseph Singer, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
30 Translation by Joseph Singer and Cecil Hemley, corrected typescript
31 Translation by Chana Shulman, corrected typescript titled "The Jew of Babel"
32 Translation by Dvorah Menashe, two typescripts, one with corrections
"Jewish Life: A Pattern for All Peoples" (Idish-lebn: a muster far ale felker) (see Nobel Lecture)
"Jewish Literature and Folklore" (see "Art and Folklore")
"A Jewish Writer and a Yiddish Writer" (A Idisher shrayber un a shrayber oyf Idish) (see "What It Takes to be a Jewish Writer")
Box Folder
34 33 "Jews Who Speak Yiddish Have Enriched Hebrew,"Jewish Daily Forward text, 8 March 1959
"Job" (Iyov)
Box Folder
34 34 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
35 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1970
"The Joke" (Der vits)
Box Folder
34 36 Yiddish handwritten fragment, nd
37 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, printer's copy, [1969]
* Corrected Yiddish galley proofs, 24 Jan. 1969 (*removed to galley files)
Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus
Box Folder
35 1-2 Two corrected typescripts and uncorrected fragments
3 Photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs with corrections in unidentified hand
Television playscript
Box Folder
35 4 Typescript fragment, with duplicates of some pages
5 Clippings, 1974
Joseph & Koza (Yosef un Koza oder a korbn fun der Vaysl)
Box Folder
35 6 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragment
7 Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
* Two sets of galley proofs, one with corrections (*removed to galley files)
* Galley proofs (*Oversize Box 177)
8 Finnish review clipping, 1972; English clippings, advertisement
9 "Journalism and Literature" (Zshurnalizm un literatur), two corrected typescripts, [1965]
"The Key" (Der shlisel)
Box Folder
35 10 Yiddish handwritten fragments, nd
11 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1967
12 Corrected typescript
13 Italian translation by Felicia Antip, România literară text, 1978, titled "Cheia"
"Khazkele, Raytsele and Blind Itshe" (Khazkele, Raytsele un der blinder Itshe) (see also "Loshikl")
Box Folder
35 14 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript (three copies, one incomplete)
15 Jewish Daily Forward text, March 1981
"The King in China Who Turned Everything Upside Down" (Der kenig in Khine vos hot alts ibergekert kapoyr) (see The Topsy-Turvy Emperor of China)
The King of the Fields (Der kenig fun di felder)
Box Folder
35 16 Yiddish handwritten fragment titled "Krol Lasu," nd
17-20 Original and photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragments, nd
Box Folder
36 1-6 Original and photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragments, nd (continued)
7 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, 1980
8 Corrected photocopy typescript translation of 9 May 1980, Jewish Daily Forward installment
9 Corrected typescript fragment
10-11 Corrected typescript and corrected fragments
Box Folder
37 1-3 Corrected typescript and corrected fragments (continued)
4-5 Typescript titled "Cybula, King of the Fields"
6 Epilogue, handwritten fragment; typescript and typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand; typescript with corrections and insert pages in unidentified hand; corrected typescript fragment with additional corrections in unidentified hand
7 Typescript notes by RG
8 Dust jacket, 1988
9 Photocopy typescript reviews, 1988, 1989; photocopy review clippings, 1988-89
"Knut Hamsun, the Artist of Skepticism" (see Introduction to Knut Hamsun's Hunger)
Box Folder
37 10 "The Lame Bride" (Di lome kale), corrected typescript, nd
"The Lantuch" (Der lantukh)
Box Folder
37 11 Yiddish Goldene keyt tearsheets, [1970] (two copies, one signed by Avrom Sutskever)
12 Two corrected typescripts and uncorrected fragment, [1976]
"The Last Demon," translation by Martha Glicklich and Cecil Hemley
Box Folder
38 1 Corrected typescript
2 Prism tearsheet fragment
3 "The Last Gaze," translation by Joseph Singer, typescript fragment, titled "Check-Mate"; handwritten fragments in notebook; two corrected typescripts with additional corrections in unidentified hand
4 "The Last Years of Spinoza," Yiddish handwritten manuscript, in notebook
5 "The Laughing Boy," corrected typescript
"The Lawsuit" (Der protses) (see "The Litigants")
Box Folder
38 6 "The Lecture" (Di forlezung), translation by Mirra Ginsburg, corrected typescript; incomplete photocopy corrected Playboy tearsheets
"The Lecture in Brazil" (Di forlezung in Brazil) (see "The Impresario")
Box Folder
38 7 "Legumes at Passover Time" (Kitniyes in Peyseth), Yiddish handwritten fragment
8 "Lemel & Tzipa" (Leml un Tsipe), three typescripts, two with corrections
9 "A Letter to Mother" (A brivele der mame'n), translation by Alizah Shevrin, two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand and one titled "A Letter to Mama"
"The Letter Writer" (Der briv-shrayber)
Box Folder
38 * Yiddish galley proofs, 7 Jan. 1965 (*galley files)
10 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1966
Translation by Aliza Shevrin and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
38 11 Typescript fragment (two copies, both with corrections in unidentified hand)
12 Typescript
13 Corrected typescript
14 Corrected photocopy, The New Yorker galley proofs
15 The New Yorker tearsheets, 13 Jan. 1968 (two copies)
16 "The Library" (Di bibliotek), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"The Liquidation" (Di likvidatsye) [Playscript]
Box Folder
38 17 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragment (two copies, one with additional corrections)
18 Yiddish handwritten and typescript fragments
19 Corrected Yiddish typescript with handwritten insert pages
"Literature for Adults and Literature for Children" (Literatur far dervaksene un literatur far kinder)
Box Folder
39 1 Corrected Yiddish typescript, [1969]
2 Corrected typescript and uncorrected fragment, titled "Literature for Children and Adults"
"The Litigants"
Box Folder
39 3 Yiddish handwritten fragment
4 Jewish Daily Forward text, titled "Der Protses" (The Lawsuit), 1984
"The Little Bird" (Dos feygele) (see "The Bird")
A Little Boy in Search of God: Mysticism in a Personal Light (see also Love and Exile)
Box Folder
39 4-6 Typescript (two copies, both with corrections)
* Galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
7 Dust jacket
8 Review clippings, 1976
9 "The Little Cross," Yiddish handwritten fragment
"The Little Shoemakers" (Di kleyne shusterlekh)
Box Folder
39 10 Tsukunft Yiddish tearsheets, April 1945
11 Playscript adaptation by Seymour Reit, printed transcript of broadcast, 1955
"Logarithms"
Box Folder
39 12 Yiddish handwritten fragment
13 Translation by Singer and Lester Goran, corrected typescript in unidentified hand, with additional corrections by Singer
14 "The Long Week" (Di lange vokh) Yiddish Jewish Daily Forward text, [1974]
"Loshikl" (see also "Khazkele, Raytsele and Blind Itshe")
Box Folder
39 15 Yiddish handwritten fragment, titled "Reytsele un Lozhkl"
16 Yiddish handwritten fragments
17 Two corrected typescript fragments, one with corrections in unidentified hand
18 Translation by Rena Borrow, photocopy Partisan Review galley proofs with corrections in unidentified hand
19 "Lost," corrected typescript and uncorrected fragments
Lost in America, translation by Joseph Singer (see also Love and Exile)
Box Folder
39 20 Photocopy handwritten Author's Note with corrections in unidentified hand; photocopy proof of Author's Note
21 Typescript fragment
22-23 Typescript fragment
24 Corrected typescript fragments
Box Folder
40 1-2 Corrected typescript fragment, with handwritten insert pages
3 Typescript fragments with corrections and notes in two unidentified hands
4 Corrected typescript fragment with handwritten insert pages
5-6 Corrected typescript fragments, with typescript and handwritten replacement pages and additional corrections in unidentified hand
7 Dust jacket (three copies)
8 London Review of Books clipping of printed excerpt, March 1982
9 English and Italian review and advertisement clippings, 1981, 1982; Swedish book catalog, March 1982
10 German review clippings; German typescript transcripts of reviews, 1983-84
Box Folder
41 1 "The Lost Menorah," Yiddish handwritten fragment
Lost Souls (Farloyrene neshomes) (see Meshugah)
The Lost Tribe (Der farloyrene sheyvet)
Box Folder
41 * Yiddish handwritten manuscript, titled "Alte Libe" (Old Love) (*housed in Box 59, folders 11-13)
* Yiddish handwritten fragment (*housed in Box 59, folder 14)
2 Jewish Daily Forward installment clippings, 1975
* Typescript fragments (*housed in Box 59, folder 15)
"The Lost Wife" (Dos farloyrene vayb), translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
41 3 Corrected typescript
4 Photocopy tearsheets from The Critic
"The Lost Woman" (Di farloyrene)
Box Folder
41 5 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
6 Jewish Daily Forward installment clippings, 16 and 22 Sept. 1972
"Lot's Daughters" (see "The People of Sodom")
Love and Exile (see also Little Boy in Search of God, Young Man in Search of Love, and Lost in America)
Yiddish serialization, as Gloybn un tsveyfl (Belief and Doubt, or Faith and Doubt)
Box Folder
41 7 Yiddish handwritten fragments
8 Corrected Yiddish typescript of Part One
9 Composite Yiddish handwritten and typescript First Draft of Part Two
10-11 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments
Box Folder
42 1 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings of Part One, 1974-75
2 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings of Part Two, 1976
3-4 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings of Part Three, 1978
5 Translated excerpt in The Soho Weekly News, 12 Oct. 1978
6 Corrected typescript of Author's Note
7-8 "The Beginning," two corrected typescripts of Introduction, titled "The Early Years"
9 Photocopies of corrected printed text from previous editions of A Little Boy in Search of God and A Young Man in Search of Love
10 Handwritten editing notes in unidentified hand
11 Dust jacket proofs
12 Photocopy review clippings; press release
"The Magazine" (Der zshurnal)
Box Folder
42 13 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1970]
Translation by Singer and Laurie Colwin
Box Folder
42 14 Corrected typescript
15 Typescript; The New Yorker tearsheets, 22 May 1971
The Magician of Lublin (Der kuntsnmakher fun lublin)
Box Folder
43 1 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments
2 Author's Note, four corrected typescripts and corrected fragment
3 Hebrew, English, Polish, Italian, German, and Danish clippings, 1960-79; East Midwood Jewish Center Bulletin, 1961
4 Radio play, Yiddish handwritten fragments
5 Playscript, Polish program and typescript review fragment, nd
Screenplay
Box Folder
43 6 Bound typescript of first draft by Irving S. White and Menahem Golan
7 Photocopy film advertisement, clippings, 1961, 1962, 1977, 1978
8 "The Malicious Woman: An Old Wives' Tale" (Di marshas: a bobe mayse), Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1968]
The Man of Dreams (Der man fun haloymes)
Box Folder
43 9-11 Yiddish handwritten manuscript fragments, printer's copy, [1970]
Box Folder
44 1 Jewish Daily Forward text, [1970-71]
2 Typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand
"The Man Who Came Back"
Playscript by Joan Silver, double-bill with "Shadow of a Crib"
Box Folder
44 3 Bound typescript
4 Flyer; clippings
5 Production photographs
The Manor (see also The Estate)
Box Folder
44 6 Typescript title and contents pages
7-11 Typescript fragments with corrections in unidentified hand
Box Folder
45 1-5 Corrected typescript, printer's copy
6-7 Hebrew translation, corrected typescript fragment
Box Folder
46 1 Hebrew translation, photocopy corrected typescript fragment (continued)
* Corrected galley proofs; three sets of corrected page proofs, 1967 (*four folders, removed to galley files)
2 Typescript dust jacket text
3 Dust jacket
4 Publicity photograph, 1967
5, * Jewish Daily Forward clipping; Literary Guild Preview, December 1967; review by W.G. Rogers for The Saturday Review; Book News; English, French, and Italian review clippings, advertisements, 1966-69 (*Oversize Box 177)
6 Payment receipt
The Manor [together with The Estate]
Serialization, as Der Hoyf (The Court)
Box Folder
46 7 Corrected Yiddish typescript synopsis
8 Yiddish handwritten manuscript of Author's Note
9-13 Yiddish handwritten manuscript fragments
Box Folder
47 1-2 Corrected Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings
3-8 Photocopy clippings of Jewish Daily Forward serialization
Box Folder
48 1-2 Photocopy clippings of Jewish Daily Forward serialization (continued)
Translation
Box Folder
48 3 Translation of Chapter One, by Nancy E. Gross, corrected typescript fragment titled "The Jacobi Estate" and "The Court"
4-11 Typescript fragments, some with corrections by Singer and others
12-13 Typescript fragment
Box Folder
49 1-7 Typescript fragment (continued)
Box Folder
50 1-2 Corrected typescript fragments, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
3 Corrected typescript fragments, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
4 Typescript fragments, with corrections in unidentified hand
5-7 Corrected typescript fragments, with additional corrections in unidentified hand and duplicates of some pages
8 Typescript fragments, with corrections by Singer and others
Box Folder
51 1-3 Typescript fragments, with corrections by Singer and others (continued)
4-5 Typescript fragments, some with corrections in unidentified hand
6-8 Blueline proofs
9 The New Yorker tearsheets, 7 Feb. 1970
"The Manuscript" (Der manuskript), translation by Blanche and Joseph Nevel
Box Folder
52 1 Typescript; two corrected typescripts
2 Photocopy of proofs with corrections in unidentified hand
3 "The Marriage-Match" (Der shidekh), Yiddish handwritten manuscript
4 "The Married Couple" (Dos porfolk), Jewish Daily Forward text, Dec. 1972
5 "The Master of Dreams" (Der meyster fun khaloymes), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"A Master's Voice in the Wilderness" (see Review of Conrad Richter's The Awakening Land)
"The Mathematician" (Der matematiker)
Box Folder
52 6 Translation by Singer and Rosanna Gerber Cohen, corrected typescript, corrected fragment, and uncorrected fragment
7 Translation by Singer and Duba Desowitz, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
"Mazel & Shlimazel, Or the Milk of a Lioness" (Mazl un Shlimazl)
Box Folder
52 8 Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1966]
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
52 9 Corrected typescript; typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
* Advertising poster, nd (*Oversize Box 177)
10 Review clippings, 1967-68; award nomination list, 1979; Spanish catalog
11 Libretto by Elayne Goldstein with music by Marcel Farago, typescript fragments
12 Typescript dramatization proposal by Doris B. Gold
"The Meaning of Freedom" (see "Freedom and Literature")
Box Folder
52 13 "Meir the Eunuch and the Full Moon" (Meyer Tumtum run di fule lavone), Yiddish handwritten fragment
14 [The Memoir-Book of the Evil Inclination] (Dos gendenk-bukh fun yetser-hore), Yiddish handwritten fragments
15 "A Memorial to a Worm," corrected typescript and corrected fragment
"Menaseh's Dream," translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub (see also When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories)
Box Folder
52 16 Typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand and two corrected typescripts
17 Photocopy fragment from When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories
"Menashe & Rachel"
Box Folder
52 18 Three corrected typescripts and corrected fragment
19 Photocopy tearsheet from Family Circle, 11 Dec. 1979, with corrections in unidentified hand
"Mendel I Thought" (Pesah kh'hob gemeynt) (Pesah I Meant), translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
52 20 Typescript fragment titled "Pesach I Thought" and corrected typescript
21 Photocopy Playboy tearsheets, Jan. 1977
"Mendel the Gravedigger" (Mendel bagreber) (see "The Gravedigger")
"The Mentor" (Der madrekh (veg-vayzer))
Box Folder
52 22 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
23 Jewish Daily Forward installment clipping, 13 Sept. 1968
Translation by Singer and Evelyn Torton Beck
Box Folder
52 24 Corrected typescript (two copies)
25 Corrected typescript; corrected photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs
Meshuga
Box Folder
53 1-6 Photocopy and original Yiddish handwritten fragments, titled "Nakete neshomes" (Naked Souls)
7 Yiddish typescript fragment, nd
8-9 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, some with handwritten annotations in unidentified hand, 1981-82
Box Folder
54 1 Handwritten fragment, in notebook with unidentified Yiddish handwritten fragment
Translation by Nili Wachtel
Box Folder
54 2-4 Corrected typescript fragments with additional corrections in unidentified hand
5 Corrected typescript fragments
6-7 Corrected typescript
Box Folder
55 1 Corrected typescript (continued)
2 Photocopy galley proofs with corrections [by Alma Singer], 1993
3 Review clippings, 1994
Messiah the Sinner (see The Sinful Messiah)
"Mimicry" (Dos nokhkrimenish) (see "Caricature")
Box Folder
55 4 "Miracles" (Nisim), translation by Singer and Judy Beeber, Israel Magazine tearsheets, Jan. 1970; photocopy Israel Magazine tearsheets with handwritten corrections in unidentified hand
The Mirror (Der shpigl)
Short story
Box Folder
55 5 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
6 Corrected Yiddish typescript
7 Photocopy advertisement for Raphael Soyer lithographs, nd
Playscript
Box Folder
55 8 The Mirror and The Ball, Yiddish typescript synopses
9-11 Yiddish handwritten fragments
12 Corrected typescript
13-14 Corrected typescript with handwritten replacement pages; rejected handwritten and typescript pages; corrected typescript fragment
Box Folder
56 1-2 Two corrected typescripts
3 Corrected composite photocopy and original typescript fragment
4 Corrected typescript of Act Two
5 Corrected typescript fragments
6 Typescript fragments of Act Two
7 Fragments in unidentified hands
8 Corrected typescript of Act Two, incorporating pages from previous draft. With the rejected pages from the previous draft
9 Bound corrected typescript
10 Corrected typescript fragments of Act One, with additional corrections [by Michael Posnick], and photocopies of some pages
11 Corrected typescript fragments of Act Two, with handwritten revision pages, some in Yiddish
12 Corrected typescript of Act Two
13 Handwritten pages, one in Yiddish
14 Typescript fragments, with Yiddish handwritten revision page
15 Program, 1973; advertisement, 1972
16 Press release; photocopy typescript review; review clippings; interview with Irving Howe, 1973
Box Folder
57 1 "The Mischievous Child" (Der mazek), photocopy Jewish Daily Forward text, with Yiddish handwritten annotations, 1972
2 "The Mishnah" (Mishnayes), translation by Moshe Spiegel, corrected typescript and uncorrected fragment, both titled "The Gift of the Mishnah"
"The Missing Line"
Box Folder
57 3 Corrected typescript and corrected fragments, one with correction in unidentified hand
4 Typescript
5 Moment tearsheets, Jan./Feb 1989
German translation, titled "Die Verschwundene Zeile"
Box Folder
57 6 Handwritten manuscript [by Alma Singer]
7 Three typescripts, two with corrections, and corrected fragment
"The Mistake" (Der toes)
Box Folder
57 8 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript
9 Jewish Daily Forward text, Feb. 1981
Translation by Rina Borrow and Lester Goran
Box Folder
57 10 Corrected typescript fragment
11 Photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
12 Photocopy galley proof fragment
13 The New Yorker tearsheets, 4 Feb. 1985
"The Mixed-Up Feet and the Silly Bridegroom"
Box Folder
57 14 Jewish Daily Forward text, as "Der narisher hosn un di farbitene fis" (The Foolish Bridegroom and the Switched Feet), Nov. 1965
15 Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand (two copies)
16 "The Monument," Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Moon and Madness"
Box Folder
57 17 Corrected typescript; corrected fragment; uncorrected fragment; photocopy of corrected typescript, with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
18 Two sets of photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs, one with corrections; tearsheets, 6 Oct. 1980
"More about the Wise Men of Chelm" (Nokh vegn di Khelmer hakhomim) (see The Fools of Chelm and Their History)
"Morris and Timna" (Moris un Timna)
Box Folder
57 19 Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1976]
20 Translation by Singer and Duba Desowitz, typescript and corrected fragment
21 "Moshe" (Moses), Yiddish handwritten playscript
"Motele the Apprentice" (Motele dos lern-ingl) (see "Motele the Tailor’s Apprentice")
"Motele the Tailor's Apprentice, or The Terrible Secrets" (Motele dos shnayder-gerd oder di shocklikhe soydes)
Box Folder
57 22 Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1967]
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
57 23 Corrected typescript with additional corrections in unidentified hand and with Yiddish and English handwritten pages, titled "Motele, the Tailor Boy or The Terrible Secrets"
24 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
25 Corrected typescript, with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
26 "Mother Rachel" (Muter Rahel), Jewish Daily Forward text, April 1969
27 [Mother Yiddish], Yiddish handwritten fragment; handwritten manuscript
"The Murderer" (Der merder: A skitse)
Box Folder
57 28 Yiddish handwritten manuscript; corrected Yiddish typescript, nd
29 Yiddish Tsukunft tearsheets, January 1972 (two copies)
30 Typescript and two fragments, one with corrections
"My Father's Friend" (Mayn tatns khaver)
Box Folder
58 1 Typescript, nd (two copies)
* Corrected New Leader galley proofs, 1966 (*removed to galley files)
2 New Leader tearsheet, 5 Dec. 1966; New York Post text, 8 Oct. 1978
My Father's Rabinnical Court (Mayn tatns beys-din shtub) (see In My Father's Court)
Box Folder
58 * My Love Affair with Miami Beach, photographs by Richard Nagler, [1990] (*Oversize Box 179)
My Personal Conception of Religion (see "A Personal Concept of Religion")
"My Philosophy as a Jewish Writer" (see "Why I Write As I Do")
"The Mysteries of the Cabala" (Di soydes fun der kabole)
Box Folder
58 3 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1966]
4 Corrected typescript
"Naftali the Storyteller & His Horse, Sus" (Naftali der mayse dertseyler un zayn ferd, Sus)
Box Folder
58 5 Three typescripts, two with corrections
6 Typescript Latin translation by John Fischer
Naftali the Storyteller and His Horse, Sus, and Other Stories
Box Folder
58 7 Corrected photocopy proofs of "The Cat Who Thought She Was a Dog and the Dog Who Thought He Was a Cat"
* Two sets of corrected galley proofs; corrected page proofs, 1976 (*two folders, removed to galley files)
8 Corrected photocopy page proofs fragment
9 Photocopy illustrations by Margot Zemach
10 Dust jacket
11 Review clippings, 1976
"Navon"
Box Folder
58 12 Manuscript in Alma Singer's hand, with corrections in unidentified hand
13 Manuscript in Alma Singer's hand, with corrections by Singer
14 Corrected typescript fragment
15 Jewish Chronicle tearsheet, 13 Sept. 1974
"The Needle" (Der nodl)
Box Folder
58 16 Photocopy Yiddish Kheshkm page proofs
17 Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub, two corrected typescripts
"Neighbors" (Shkheynim)
Box Folder
58 18 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1972
Translation by Singer and Herbert R. Lottman
Box Folder
58 19 Two typescripts, one with corrections
20 Corrected photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs; photocopy, titled "Dust"
21 The New Yorker tearsheets, nd
"A Nest Egg for Paradise" (A knipl oylem habe)
Box Folder
58 22 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript
* Jewish Daily Forward proof, 1983 (*Oversize Box 177)
"A New Edition of Gogol's Work in English" (A naye oysgabe fun Gogol's verk in English) (see Review of The Collected Tales and Plays of Nikolai Gogol)
"The New Year" (Dos naye yor) (see "The New Year Party")
"The New Year Party"
Box Folder
58 23 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1974
24 Translation by Singer and Rosanna Gerber Cohen, two typescripts, one with corrections
25 "A Night" (A Nakht), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"A Night in the Poorhouse"
Box Folder
58 26 Yiddish handwritten fragment
27 Yiddish Tsukunft, 1979, titled "A vinter-nakht in hekdesh" (A Winter Night in the Poorhouse)
28 Corrected typescript and corrected fragment with replacement pages, both titled "Tales from the Poorhouse"
29 Corrected typescript, titled "Tales from the Poorhouse;" and corrected fragment
30 Composite typescript and photocopy corrected typescript, with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
31 Photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs
Nobel Lecture
Box Folder
58 32 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1978]
33 Photocopy Yiddish proof fragments, [1978]
34 Three typescripts, two with corrections; corrected fragments; uncorrected fragment
35 Reprint, Nobel Foundation, 1979
* Galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
"Not for the Sabbath" (Nisht far Shabes)
Box Folder
59 1 Jewish Daily Forward text, Feb. 1974
2 Corrected typescript with additional corrections in unidentified hand
3 "Not of this World" (Nisht fun der-velt), Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1967]
4 "The Notebook" (Dos notis-bikhl), Yiddish handwritten fragments
5 "The Oak Tree" (Der demb), Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1972]
"'Obscene' Speech and Sex in Literature" ("Umanshtendige" reyd un seks in de literatur) (see "Indecent Language and Sex in Literature")
Box Folder
59 6 "Oh!," Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
"Old Love" (Alte libe)
Box Folder
59 7 Corrected Yiddish typescript, [1975]
8 Corrected typescript
Old Love [collected stories]
Box Folder
59 * Corrected page proofs (*removed to galley files)
9 Photocopy English and French clippings, 1979, 1982, nd
10 German typescript transcripts of broadcast reviews, Dec. 1985, Jan. and March 1986; German review clippings, 1985, 1986; Italian catalog, 1981
Box Folder
60 1 Old Love (Alte libe) [novel], Yiddish handwritten fragment
2 Old Love (Alte libe) [another novel], Yiddish handwritten fragment
3 "Old Reb Berish and His Stories" (Der alter R. Berish un zayne mayses), two corrected typescripts and uncorrected fragment
4 "Old Truths and New Clichés" (see also "Art and Folklore" and Introduction to The Penitent), four typescripts, three with corrections, and corrected fragments
5 "Old Truths and New Clichés" [lecture on modern art combining the essays "Accepted Artistic Truths Which Are False,""When Art Wants to Do the Impossible,""Art in Our Time," and "Ups and Downs in Literature," translated by Faygah Mark, Linda R. Portnay, and Mirra Ginsburg], corrected typescript and two fragments, one with corrections
"Ole & Trufa: A Story of Two Leaves" (Ole un Trufa)
Box Folder
60 6 Two typescripts, one corrected, and photocopy of corrected fragment with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
7 Tearsheet fragment, nd
8 French tearsheets, nd
9 German translation, titled "Zwei Blätter an einem Baum,"Die Welt text, 24 March 1978
"On a Ship" (Oyf a shif)
Box Folder
60 10 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1967]
Translation by Singer and Nancy Gerstein
Box Folder
60 11 Two typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hands
12 Corrected typescript
"On a Ship" (Oyf a shif) (see "Peephole in the Gate")
"On a Wagon" (Oyf a fuhr)
Box Folder
60 13 Yiddish handwritten fragment, nd
14 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1967
Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus
Box Folder
60 15 Manuscript in unidentified hand
16 Corrected typescript
"On the Courage to Be Old-Fashioned" [re. Frederic Prokosch]
Box Folder
60 17 Corrected typescript
18 Book World tearsheets, Jan. 1968
"On the Way to the Poorhouse"
Box Folder
60 19 Jewish Daily Forward text, titled "Dos gehintekhts" (Riffraff), March 1969
Translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel
Box Folder
60 20 Fragments of two typescripts, one with corrections, and two corrected typescripts
21 Playboy tearsheet, Oct. 1969
22 "On Various Matters" (Vegen farshidene zakhen), Jewish Daily Forward text, March 1959
"Once on Second Avenue There Lived a Yiddish Theater (Did It Really Die?)"
Box Folder
61 1 Yiddish handwritten fragment
2 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "Ninety Years of Yiddish Theatre"; three typescript fragments, one corrected and one titled "Ninety Years of Yiddish Theatre"; and a handwritten fragment
3 Photocopy printed text, New York Times, 17 April 1966
"One Day of Happiness" (Eyn tog glik)
Box Folder
61 4 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragment, [1966]
5 Corrected typescript and two fragments, one corrected
* Corrected Cavalier galley proof fragment, Sept. 1965 (*removed to galley files)
6 Cavalier tearsheets, Sept. 1965
7 "One Groom and Two Brides" (Eyn khosn un tsvey kales), corrected typescript, nd
"One Night in Brazil" (Eyn nakht in Brazil)
Box Folder
61 8 Yiddish handwritten fragments; corrected Yiddish typescript fragment titled "A gast oyf eyn nakht" (A Guest for One Night)
9 Jewish Daily Forward text, titled "A gast oyf eyn nakht" (A Guest for One Night), 1977
10 Handwritten and typescript fragments; composite original and photocopy corrected typescript
"One True Love" (Eyn emese libe ) (see "Sam Palka and David Vishkover")
Box Folder
61 11 Open (Ofn), Yiddish handwritten fragment
12 "Our Children Are a Menace to Literature,"  Horn Book text, Dec. 1974
"The Painting"
Box Folder
61 13 Yiddish handwritten fragment
14 Translation by Shulamith Charney, two typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
"A Pair" (A por)
Box Folder
61 15 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1973]
16 Two sets of typescript fragments, one corrected
17 "A Pair" (A por), Yiddish handwritten fragment, nd
"The Palace" (Der palats) (see "Menaseh's Dream")
"The Parakeet Named Dreidel"
Box Folder
61 18 Corrected Yiddish typescript and uncorrected fragment
19 Manuscript [in Alma Singer's hand]
20 Three corrected typescripts and uncorrected fragment
21 "Parasites in the Art of Our Time" (Paraziten in der kunst fun unzer tsayt), Jewish Daily Forward text, 1972
22 "The Parrot" (Der popugay), translation by Ruth Whitman, three typescripts
"The Partner" (Der shutef)
Box Folder
61 23 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1966]
24 Manuscript in unidentified hand
25 Two typescripts, one corrected, and uncorrected fragment
"The Party" (Di parti) (see "A Party in Miami Beach")
"The Party" (Di parti) (see "There Are No Coincidences")
"A Party in Miami Beach" (Di parti)
Box Folder
61 26 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
27 Jewish Daily Forward text titled "Di parti" (The Party), 1976
Translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
61 28 Three typescripts, two titled "The Party" and two with corrections
* Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
29 Playboy tearsheet fragment, nd
Playscript
Box Folder
61 30 Yiddish handwritten fragment, titled "A parti in Miami" (A Party in Miami)
Box Folder
62 1 "The Pass," translation by Martha Glicklich, typescript
2 "Passions" (Tayves), typescript titled "Tales of Three Passions"
Passions and Other Stories
Box Folder
62 3-4 Printer's copy of composite corrected typescripts, photocopy typescripts, originals and photocopies of previously printed stories, and photocopy galley proofs. With layout material
5 Corrected page proofs
* Two sets of corrected galley proofs; corrected page proofs, 1975 (*three folders, removed to galley files)
6 Photocopy of typescript review with corrections in unidentified hand; photocopy review clippings, 1975, 1976; Swedish catalog
"A Peephole in the Gate"
Box Folder
62 7 Jewish Daily Forward text, titled "Oyf a shif" (On a Ship), Feb. 1970
Translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel
Box Folder
62 8 Corrected typescript fragments
9 Esquire tearsheet fragment
The Penitent (Der bal-tshuve)
Box Folder
62 10-12 Corrected clippings of serialization in Jewish Daily Forward; photocopy fragment; additional clippings, [1973]
13 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
14 Three corrected typescripts
Box Folder
63 1-2 Three corrected typescripts (continued)
3 Corrected typescript
4 Corrected typescript with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
* Three sets of corrected galley proofs; two sets of corrected page proofs (*five folders, removed to galley files)
5 Corrected typescript of the special message for the Franklin Library first edition
6 Photocopy page proof fragment of the special message for the Franklin Library first edition, 1983
7 Photocopy page proofs of Author's Note; duplicate fragment
8 Review clippings, 1983-84; German book catalog, 1987
9 German review clippings; photocopy transcript of German broadcast review, 1987
10 "People on My Way" (Menshen oyf mayn veg), Jewish Daily Forward text, 1959
"The People of Sodom" (Di mentshn fun Sodom) [Playscript based upon "The Wicked City"]
Box Folder
63 11 Yiddish handwritten fragments, titled "Lot un zayn mishpokhe" (Lot and His Family)
12 Corrected Yiddish typescript, titled "Di mentshn fun Sodom" (The People of Sodom)
Box Folder
64 1 Typescript fragment
Translation by Joseph Singer, titled "The People of Sodom"
Box Folder
64 2-3 Typescript (two copies)
4-5 Typescript (two copies)
6 Corrected typescript fragments with additional corrections and photocopy insert pages in unidentified hand, titled "Lot's Daughters"
"A Personal Concept of Religion" (A perzenlikhe oyffasung fun religye)
Box Folder
64 7 Two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
8 Three corrected typescripts; typescript titled "A Personal Concept of Religion or Religion Without Dogma," with corrections for oral presentation [for "The Writer at Work" lecture series at the Gallatin Division of New York University]
9 Photocopy printed text from The New York Times, 18 May 1979, titled "What Is God to Do – Discuss His Book With Every Reader?"
"Pesah I Meant" (Pesah kh'hob gemeynt) (see "Mendel I Thought")
"The Picture" (Dos bild) (see "Lost")
"A Piece of Advice" (Di eytse)
Box Folder
65 * Corrected Yiddish galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
1 Translation by Martha Glicklich and Joel Blocker, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand; printed text from The Spinoza of Market Street
2 "The Piece of Advice" (Di eytse), Jewish Daily Forward text, March 1974
"Pigeons" (Toybn)
Box Folder
65 3 Yiddish handwritten fragment; Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1966]
4 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand and corrected fragment
5 Polish translation, printed text
6 "Pits Pats, Hô Hô un Ha Ha," Yiddish handwritten manuscript
7 "Pity: A Story" (Rakhmones: Dertseylung), Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1956]
8 "Pity," translation by Joel Blocker, two typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand
"The Plagiarist"
Box Folder
65 9 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clipping, 1985, titled "Di kopye" (The Copy)
10 Translation by I. M. Lask, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand; 'Revised version by M. C.,' corrected typescript
A Play for the Devil (A shpil far'n tayvel) [Playscript, based on "The Unseen"] (see also "The Unseen" and The Devil's Game)
Box Folder
65 11-12 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments
13-14 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments
15 Program, 1984
"The Pocket Remembered" (Di keshene hot gedenkt)
Box Folder
65 16 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1983
17 Translation by Dvorah Menashe, corrected typescript
18 Poem about cooking, handwritten manuscript, nd
19 Poem about money, Yiddish handwritten manuscript fragment, nd
"The Power of Darkness" (Der koyeh fun finsternish)
Box Folder
65 20 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1975
21 Two typescripts, one corrected
22 "The Power of the Evil Inclination" (Der koyeh fun yetser-hore) [Playscript], corrected Yiddish typescript fragment
"The Power of Light"
Box Folder
65 23 Yiddish handwritten fragment
24 Translation by Singer and Terry Bhatia, two corrected typescripts and corrected fragments
The Power of Light: Eight Stories for Hanukkah
Box Folder
65 25 Printer's copy of composite typescripts, photocopy corrected typescripts, and photocopies of printed stories, all with corrections in unidentified hand
26 Printer's dummy
* Two sets of corrected galley proofs; four sets of page proofs, two with corrections (*five folders, removed to galley files)
27 Photocopy review clippings, 1980-81
"Powers" (Koyhes)
Box Folder
66 1 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1966]
2-3 Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus, two corrected typescripts, one with additional corrections in unidentified hand
4 Prayer, Hebrew handwritten manuscript, nd
5 "Prayer 1," Yiddish handwritten manuscript in notebook, nd
"The Primper" (Di putserin)
Box Folder
66 6 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
7 Translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel, typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "The Clothes Horse;" typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
8 "The Problem of Shlemiel" (Dos problem fun Shlemiel), Yiddish handwritten notes
"The Prodigal Fool" (see "Brother Beetle")
Box Folder
66 9 "The Prodigy" (Dos vunderkind), Jewish Daily Forward text, Feb. 1972
10 "The Professor's Wife," corrected typescript
"Property" (Eigntum)
Box Folder
66 11 Yiddish handwritten fragment
Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus
Box Folder
66 12 Handwritten manuscript [by Dorothea Straus]
13 Two typescripts, one corrected
14 Photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs (two copies, both with corrections)
15 "The Proposition" (Di propozitsye), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"The Purim Gift" (Dosshlakhmones) (see In My Father's Court)
"The Psychic Journey" (Di psikhishe rayze)
Box Folder
66 16-17 Yiddish handwritten fragments
18 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments, with duplicates of some pages
Translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
66 19 Two corrected typescripts and three fragments, two corrected
20 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
21 Photocopy The New Yorker galley proof fragments with corrections in unidentified hand
22 "A Psychologist, an Astronaut Who Believe in Flying Saucers" (Psikholog, an astonom vos gloybn in di fliende teler), Jewish Daily Forward text, 13 March 1959
"A Quotation from Klopstock"
Box Folder
66 23 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, titled "Der Sod" (The Secret), printer's copy, [1970]
24 Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus, two corrected typescripts, one with additional corrections in unidentified hand
25 French translation by Marie-Pierre Castelnau and Jacqueline Chineour, titled "Une Citation de Klopstock," clipping of text, 1978
26 Polish translation by Katarzyna Dresner, titled "Cytat z Klopstocka," clipping of text, 1982
"Rabbi Leib & the Witch Cunegunde"
Box Folder
67 1 Jewish Daily Forward text, titled "R. Leyb Sore's un di makhsheyfe Kunegunde" (Sarah's Son Reb Leyb and the Witch Kunegunde), Oct. 1967
2 Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub (see also When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories), three typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
3 "The Rag" (Di shmate), Yiddish handwritten fragment
Reaches of Heaven: A Story of the Baal Shem Tov, translation of A fantazye vegn Bal Shem (A Fantasy about the Baal Shem) by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
67 4 Corrected typescript, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
5 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
* Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
6 Review clipping, 1981
7 "Realism Stands in the Way of Truth (A Few Remarks on the Fate of '–isms' in Literature)," typescript
8 "Reb Itchele and Shprintza," two typescripts
9 "Reb Yekl Safir," four typescripts, two corrected, titled "Reb Yekel Safir"
10 "Reb Zeinvele," translation by Dvorah Menashe, corrected typescript
Rebels (Di buntarn)
Box Folder
67 11-12 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, titled "Der got-zukher" (The God-Seeker), Yiddish handwritten manuscript
13-15 Yiddish handwritten fragments
Box Folder
68 1-4 Yiddish handwritten fragments, printer's copy, [1973]
5 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, 1973
"The Recluse"
Box Folder
68 6 Yiddish Goldene keyt tearsheets, titled "Der peyresh" (The Commentary), 1972
7 Translation by Singer and Herbert R. Lottman, published in A Crown of Feathers, two typescripts, one with corrections
"The Recluse," translation by Dvorah Menashe, published in The New Yorker and The Death of Methuselah
Box Folder
68 8 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
9 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
10 "The Reencounter," two typescripts, one corrected; uncorrected fragment; two corrected fragments, one with corrections in unidentified hand; photocopy handwritten page in unidentified hand; invoice, 6 March 1979
11 "Release from a Levirate Marriage" (Khalitse), Yiddish handwritten fragment
12 "Remarkable Coincidences and Facts,"Jewish Daily Forward, 18 March 1959
Remembrances of a Rabbi's Son (see also The Family)
Box Folder
68 13 Corrected typescript fragment of The Family, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
14 Photocopy corrected typescript fragments, printer's copy
Box Folder
69 1 "Remnants" (Reshtlekh), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Remnants" (Reshtlekh)
Box Folder
69 2 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
3 Translation by Singer and Lester Goran, corrected typescript; two corrected fragments, one with additional corrections in unidentified hand; handwritten fragment
4 "Rest for the Nerves" (Ry far di nervn) Yiddish handwritten manuscript
5 "A Return Rocket Trip to Planet Venus Would Take Three Years,"Jewish Daily Forward text, 7 March 1959
"The Revelation, Or Crazy and Mad" (Di antplekung, oder meshuge un meturef)
Box Folder
69 6 Yiddish handwritten fragment, nd
7 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, Dec. 1977-Jan.1978
8 Translation by Joseph Singer, typescript
9 Review of Norbert Guterman's translation of Aleksandr Afanas'ev's Russian Fairy Tales, corrected typescript
10 Review of Max Hayward's translation of Isaac Babel's You Must Know Everything: Stories, 1915-1937, edited by Nathalie Babel, handwritten manuscript; typescript
11 Review of David Baumgardt's Great Western Mystics: Their Lasting Significance and Stephen Dully McKay's translation of Mordechai Georgo Langer's Nine Gates to the Chassidic Mysteries, typescript (two copies)
Review of Richard Cavendish's The Black Arts
Box Folder
69 12 Corrected Yiddish typescript
13 Corrected typescript
* Review of The Collected Tales and Plays of Nikolai Gogol (edited by Leonard J. Kent), corrected galleys (*removed to galley files)
14 Review of Lester Goran's Mrs. Beautiful, handwritten manuscript
Review of Knut Hamsun's Pan
Box Folder
69 15 Corrected Yiddish typescript and uncorrected Yiddish fragment
* Galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
16 Review of Irving Howe's The Jews of New York, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand and corrected fragment
Review of Martin Greenberg's translation of The Diaries of Franz Kafka, edited by Max Brod
Box Folder
69 17 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
18 Three typescripts, one corrected and one with corrections in unidentified hand
19 Review of George Kranzler's A Jewish Community in Transition and Samuel Poll's The Hasidic Community of Williamsburg, typescript, [1962]
Review of Barnet Litvinoff's To the House of their Fathers: A History of Zionism
Box Folder
69 20 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
21 Three corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
22 Review of Fred Goldberg's translation of Isaac Peretz's My Memoirs, typescript fragment titled "Peretz's Memoirs," nd
Review of Isaac Perlov's My Seven Good Years
Box Folder
69 23 Corrected Yiddish typescript, titled "Yitskhok Perlof: A shilderer fun tragedyes" (Isaac Perlov: A Painter of Tragedies)
24 Typescript titled "Isaac Perloff, the Narrator of Gay Tragedies"
25 Review of Harold Pinter's The Homecoming, handwritten fragment; clipping of text
26 Review of Anthea Bell's translation of Otfried Preussler's The Satanic Mill, corrected typescript, nd
27 Review of Conrad Richter's The Awakening Land, handwritten fragment; corrected typescript
28 Review of Conrad Richter's The Trees, The Fields, and The Town, clipping of text, nd
29 Review of Celina Wieniewska's translation of Bruno Schulz's Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass, Yiddish handwritten manuscript; two typescripts, one corrected; dust jacket; advance information on publication of the book
30 Review of Celina Wieniewska's translation of Bruno Schulz's The Street of Crocodiles, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand; photocopy text, titled "Burlesquing Life with Father;" photocopy review by Cynthia Ozick
31 Review of Marie Waife-Goldberg's My Father, Sholem Aleichem, two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand, [1968]
32 Review of a book by Rachel Weinstein, two Yiddish typescripts, one corrected
33 Review of Thomas P. Whitney's translation of The Story of Prince Ivan, the Firebird, and the Gray Wolf, handwritten manuscript in unidentified hand
34 Review of Elie Wiesel's The Jews of Silence, letter to the editor by Menachem Z. Rosensaft, 1967
35 Review of Maria Gordon and Hugh McLean's translation of Mikhail Zoshchenko's Nervous People and Other Stories, edited by Hugh McLean, handwritten manuscript; typescript
36 "Reytsele the Fishmonger" (Reytsele fisherin), Yiddish handwritten fragments
"The Riddle" (Dos Retenish)
Box Folder
69 37 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1962]
38 Translation by Chana Faerstein and Elizabeth Pollet, three typescripts, one corrected and two with additional corrections in unidentified hand; corrected fragment
"Riffraff" (Dos gehintekhts) (see "On the Way to the Poorhouse")
"Rivkele" (see "Three Encounters")
The Road Home (Der veg aheym)
Box Folder
70 1 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragment
2-3 Yiddish handwritten fragments
4 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clipping, 1984
5 "Rules of Behavior," Yiddish handwritten manuscript, 1926
"The Runners" (Di loyfers) (see "The Runners to Nowhere")
"The Runners to Nowhere"
Box Folder
70 6 Yiddish handwritten fragment; photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript
7 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1983
Translation by Singer and Lester Goran
Box Folder
70 8 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "The Runners"
9 Corrected typescript and corrected fragments, all titled "The Runners"
"Sabbath in Gehenna" (Shabes in Gehenem)
Box Folder
70 10 Jewish Daily Forward text, [1972]
11 Photocopy typescript
12 CCAR Journal offprint, winter 1974; photocopy CCAR Journal tearsheets (four copies, one with handwritten revisions); photocopy unidentified tearsheets (two copies)
"A Sabbath in Lisbon" (A Shabes in Lisabon) (see "A Sabbath in Portugal")
"A Sabbath in Portugal"
Box Folder
70 * Yiddish galley proofs, 6 and 7 Feb. 1970 (*galley files)
13 Jewish Daily Forward text, titled "A Shabes in Lisabon" (A Sabbath in Lisbon), Feb. 1970
Translation by Singer and Herbert R. Lottman
Box Folder
70 14 Handwritten manuscript in unidentified hand, titled "A Sabbath in Lisbon"
15 Two typescripts titled "A Sabbath in Lisbon," one corrected; uncorrected fragment
16 Printed text, titled "A Sabbath in Lisbon"
17 French translation by Marie-Pierre Bay, photocopy La Nouvelle Revue Française proofs
18 "The Sacrifice" (A korbn), clipping of Polish translation titled "Ofiara," from In My Father's Court
"The Safe Deposit" (Der seyf)
Box Folder
70 19 Yiddish handwritten fragments
Translation
Box Folder
70 20 Typescript fragments with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "The Safe"
21 Composite draft of corrected typescript and handwritten pages in unidentified hand; corrected fragment, both titled "The Safe"
22 'Rachel [MacKenzie]'s Editing,' corrected typescript, with additional corrections in unidentified hand, titled "The Safe-Deposit Box"
* Corrected photocopy The New Yorker page proofs, April 1979 (*Oversize Box 177)
Box Folder
71 1 "The Salesman," German translation, corrected typescript fragments, titled "Der Handler"
"Sam Palka and David Vishkover"
Box Folder
71 2 Corrected photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript, titled "Eyn emese libe" (One True Love), [1973]
3 Corrected Yiddish Di goldene keyt page proofs, titled "Eyn emese libe" (One True Love), [1973]
Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus
Box Folder
71 4 Corrected typescript and corrected fragment
5 Photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs with corrections in unidentified hand
Playscript
Box Folder
71 6 Yiddish handwritten fragments titled "Sam Palka;" with Yiddish handwritten notes in unidentified hand
7 Bound corrected typescript
"Sarah's Son Reb Leyb and the Witch Kunegund" (R. Leyb Sore's un di makhshefyfe Kunegundge) (see "Rabbi Leib & the Witch Cunegunde")
Satan in Goray (Der sotn in Goray)
Box Folder
71 8 "The Making of a First Book" [Introduction], two corrected typescripts
9 Corrected photocopy galley proof fragments
10 English and French review clippings, 1963, 1979; Sweetwater Editions advertisement
11 Satan in Goray and Other Stories, certificate of copyright registration, 1943
"The Satchel" (Dos rentsl) (see "The Briefcase")
Schlemiel the First (see Shlemiel the First)
"Schloimele" (Shloymele)
Box Folder
71 * Yiddish galley proofs (*removed to galley files), [1968]
12 Translation by Alma Singer and Elaine Gottlieb, two corrected typescripts
Scum
Jewish Daily Forward serialization, as Shoym (Foam)
Box Folder
71 13-16 Yiddish handwritten fragments, printer's copy, [1967]
Box Folder
72 1 Photocopy Jewish Daily Forward text, [1967]
2 Corrected photocopy galley proofs
3 Spanish review clippings, 1992
"The Séance" (Der seans)
Box Folder
72 4 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1967]
5 Corrected Yiddish typescript, [1967]
Translation by Roger H. Klein and Cecil Hemley
Box Folder
72 6 Four typescripts, three corrected
7 Photocopy tearsheets (two copies)
The Séance and Other Stories
Box Folder
72 8-10 Printer's copy of composite corrected typescripts, photocopy typescripts, originals and photocopies of previously printed stories, and photocopy galley proofs
* Three sets of corrected galley proofs; three sets of page proofs (*six folders, removed to galley files)
11 Dust jacket
12-13 English and Italian review clippings, advertisements, 1968-1970
"The Secret" (Der sod) (see "A Quotation from Klopstock")
The Secret (Der sod)
Box Folder
73 1-3 Yiddish handwritten fragments, titled "Gots ligner" (God's Liars); photocopy duplicate fragment
4 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, 1986-87
5 Selected Short Stories of Isaac Bashevis SingerSouthern Review tearsheets of article by David Harvey, 1969
"The Shadow of a Crib"
Box Folder
73 6 Corrected typescript; typescript fragment
7 Playscript by Joan Silver [double bill with "The Man Who Came Back"], typescript (see also "The Man Who Came Back"
"Shiddah and Kuziba"
Box Folder
73 8 Yiddish Svive tearsheet fragment, titled "Shida un Kuziba oder Der Tunel" (Shiddah and Kuziba, Or The Tunnel)
9 Translation by Elizabeth Pollet, Commentary tearsheets
A Ship to America (A shif keyn Amerike)
Box Folder
73 10-11 Yiddish handwritten fragments
12 Translation by Herman Eichenthal, titled "A Passage to America," two typescript fragments, one corrected
13 Radio play, Yiddish typescript fragment
Box Folder
74 1 A Ship to Europe, Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Shlemiel's Business" (Shlumiel's mis'herim) (see "Shlemiel the Businessman")
"Shlemiel the Businessman," translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub (see also When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories)
Box Folder
74 2 Typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand; typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
3 Typescript (two copies, both with corrections in unidentified hand)
Shlemiel the First [Playscript, based on "When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw"]
Box Folder
74 4 Yiddish handwritten manuscript titled "Shlemiel Fun Chelm" (Shlemiel from Chelm)
5 Yiddish handwritten fragments
6 Yiddish typescript titled "Ven Shlemiel iz gegangen keyn Varshe" (When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw)
7 Corrected typescript fragment
8 Typescript of Act One
9 Corrected typescript fragment
10 Typescript with comments in unidentified hand
11 Bound corrected typescript
12-13 Corrected typescript with additional corrections in unidentified hand
Box Folder
75 1 Corrected typescript fragment by Singer and Sarah Blacher Cohen
2 Program, Jewish Repertory Theatre production
3 Review clippings, 1974
4 Third draft of musical adaptation by Robert Brustein, photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
"Shloymele" (see "Schloimele")
Box Folder
75 5 "Shloymele un Genendel," Yiddish handwritten fragments
6 "Shmuel Bak and His Artistic Method" (Shmuel Bak un zayn kunsterisher reg), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Sholem Aleichem: Spokesman for a People"
Box Folder
75 7 Two typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
8 Typescript (two copies)
9 Clipping of text, nd
"Sholem Aleichem's Daughter Writes Memoirs About Her Father" (Shalom Alekhem's tokhter shraybt zikhroynes vegen ir foter) (see Review of Marie Waife-Goldberg's My Father, Sholem Aleichem)
"A Shop in the Village" (A gevelb in dorf) (see "A Tutor in the Village")
"Short Friday" (Der kurtser fraytik)
Box Folder
75 10 Hebrew tearsheets
Translation by Joseph Singer and Roger Klein
Box Folder
75 11 Four typescripts, three with handwritten corrections and one with typescript corrections
12 Two corrected typescripts
Short Friday and Other Stories
Box Folder
75 * Three sets of page proofs, one with corrections, 1964 (*three folders, removed to galley files)
13, * Photocopy review clippings and proofs, 1964-67; typescript review; photocopy typescript review by W. G. Rogers for the Saturday Review; advertisement proofs (*Oversize Box 177)
"The Short Story and Its Possibilities" (Di ertseylung un ire meglekhkaytn)
Box Folder
75 14 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
15 Handwritten manuscript [in Alma Singer's hand], titled "The Story and Its Possiblities," 1 Sept. 1975; typescript fragment
16 "Shosha," translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub, two typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand
Shosha
Box Folder
75 17-20 Yiddish handwritten fragments, titled Neshome- ekspeditsyes (Soul Expeditions)
Box Folder
76 1-5 Yiddish handwritten fragments, titled Neshome-ekspeditsyes (Soul Expeditions) (continued)
6-8 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript, titled Neshome-ekspeditsye (Soul Expeditions)
Box Folder
77 1-2 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments
3 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, 1974, titled Neshome-ekspeditsyes (Soul Expeditions)
4-5 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "Soul Expeditions"
6 Corrected typescript and handwritten fragments
7 Typescript fragments
8-9 Composite corrected typescript and photocopy corrected typescript fragment
Box Folder
78 1 Corrected typescript fragment
2-3 'Rachel [MacKenzie]'s copy – Shosha Editing,' handwritten and corrected typescript fragments, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
4 Composite typescript and photocopy corrected typescript fragment, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
5 'Rachel [MacKenzie]'s Editing,' composite typescript and photocopy corrected typescript fragment, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
6 Fragment in unidentified hand; corrected typescript fragment
7 Typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand
8 Composite typescript and photocopy corrected typescript fragment, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
9 Corrected typescript
Box Folder
79 1-2 Corrected typescript (continued)
3 'Pages either replaced or copied,' typescript fragments with corrections by Singer and others
4 Typescript fragments with corrections by Singer and others
5-7 'Rachel [MacKenzie]'s Editing for Shosha,' composite draft of corrected typescript and photocopy corrected typescript pages, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
Box Folder
80 1 Typescript fragments with corrections by Singer and others
2 'Changes to be copied,' typescript fragments with corrections by Singer and others
3 Composite original and photocopy handwritten and corrected typescript fragments
4-6 Corrected typescript
7-8 Photocopy corrected typescript, with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
Box Folder
81 1-2 Photocopy corrected typescript, with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy (continued)
* Galley proof fragment; two sets of corrected galley proofs; corrected page proofs (*four folders, removed to galley files)
3 Dust jacket proof (two copies)
4 English, French, German, and Italian clippings, advertisements, 1978-80, nd
"Shrewd Todie & Lyzer the Miser," translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub (see also When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories)
Box Folder
81 5 Corrected typescript
6 Three typescripts, two with corrections in unidentified hand
* Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
7 Photocopy typescript of musical dramatization by Bruce Green
8 The Sinful Messiah (Der zindiker meshiekh), clipping, [1936]
9 "The Sixth One" (Shisi), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Slaps" (Petsh) (see "The Bond")
"The Slaughterer" (Der shoyhet), translation by Mirra Ginsburg
Box Folder
81 10-11 Corrected typescripts
12 Corrected photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs
13 Animal Liberation brochure, nd
14 French typescript of dramatic monologue adaptation by Alexis Nouss
The Slave (Der Knekht)
Yiddish serialization
Box Folder
81 15-16 Yiddish handwritten fragments
17-18 Yiddish corrected typescript fragments
Box Folder
82 1-2 Translation by Singer and Cecil Hemley, typescript fragments
3 Dust jacket
4 Photocopy typescript blurb by Joel Blocker, nd
5 Photograph of Scribner Book Store display, 1962
6-7, * Hebrew, Yiddish, German, and English review clippings; advertisement; advertisement proofs (*Oversize Box 177); typescript French review by Henri Hell; typescript German review; German review transcript; typescript review by Virginia Kirkus; article by Lothar Kahn; proof of review by Richard Sullivan
Radio Play
Box Folder
82 8 Yiddish handwritten fragment
9 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments
Screenplay
Box Folder
82 10 'Scenario,' typescript of Part One, by Mary Jane Sander
11 Typescript fragment
Box Folder
83 1 'Second Draft,' photocopy typescript by Harry Jakobs
2 Opera libretto, typescript (two copies)
3 "The Slave __" (Der knekht alite) [Poem], Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
4 "The Smuggler," translation by Singer and Lester Goran, corrected typescript fragment
"The Snow in Chelm" (Der shney in Chelm)
Box Folder
83 5 Yiddish handwritten manuscript
6 Two typescripts
7 Photocopy printed text from Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories; two copies, one with corrections and printer's marks
8 Houston Post tearsheets, 1966
"The Snow in Chelm" (Der shney in Chelm) [Poem] (see Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories)
Box Folder
83 9 "Soap Bubbles Speak (A Sketch/Joke)" (Zeyfenblozn reydn (a shpas), Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1954]]
10 "Some Advice to Young (and Also Old) Writers," [Lecture on literary technique], three corrected typescripts, one with handwritten insert pages, and corrected fragment
"Someone Signed My Father's Name to an I.O.U." (Men hot gemakht mayn tatn a veksl) (see "The Forged I.O.U.")
"Something Is There" (Epes iz do)
Box Folder
83 11 Yiddish handwritten fragments, printer's copy, [1968]
* Yiddish galley proofs, 1968 (*removed to galley files)
12 Jewish Daily Forward text, Oct. 1968
13 Handwritten manuscript in unidentified hand
14 Typescript
"The Son" (Der zun)
Box Folder
83 15 Yiddish Svive tearsheets
16 Hebrew translation titled "Ha-ben," tearsheets (two copies)
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Pollet
Box Folder
83 17 Two typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand; corrected fragment; uncorrected fragments
18 Original and photocopy tearsheets from The Menorah Journal
"The Son from America" (Der zun fun Amerike)
Box Folder
83 19 Jewish Daily Forward text, [1972]
20 Corrected typescript and corrected fragment
Playscript
Box Folder
83 21 Typescript fragment
"The Sorcerer" (Der kishef-makher)
Box Folder
83 * Corrected Jewish Daily Forward proof, [1972] (*Oversize Box 177)
22 Jewish Daily Forward text, 21 May 1972
23 Translation by Joseph Singer, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
Soul Expeditions (Neshome-ekspeditsyes) (see Shosha)
Box Folder
83 24 "The Spinoza of Market Street," corrected typescript
The Spinoza of Market Street
Box Folder
83 * Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
25 Dust jacket
26 Review clippings, 1961-66; advertisements, 1961, 1962; catalog, 1966
"The Spinozan: A Story" (Der spinozist: dertseylung) (see "The Spinoza of Market Street")
Box Folder
83 27 "The Spiritual Father" (Der gaystike foter), Yiddish handwritten fragment in notebook
Box Folder
84 1 "The Spoiler," handwritten fragment in the hand of Alma Singer
"The Squire"
Box Folder
84 2 Yiddish handwritten fragments, titled "Dos gast" (The Guest)
3 Corrected typescript
4 "The Statue as Symbol: Reflections" [on the Statue of Liberty], handwritten manuscript page
5 "Stolen" (Baganvet), Jewish Daily Forward text, 5 Jan. 1973
Stories for Children
Box Folder
84 6 Handwritten manuscript of Author's Note, in unidentified hand
7-9 Printer's copy of composite photocopy typescript and photocopies of previously printed works
* Corrected galley proofs; corrected page proofs (*four folders, in galley files)
10 Press release; photocopy review clippings, 1984, 1987; German catalog
"Stories from Behind the Stove" (Mayses fun hintern oyvn)
Box Folder
84 11 Corrected photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
12 Yiddish Goldene keyt tearsheets, 1969
13 Translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus, corrected typescript
Stories from Behind the Stove (Mayses fun hintern oyvn)
Box Folder
84 14 Clipping, 1972
"Stories in a Winter Night" (Mayses in a vinternakht) (see "The Blizzard")
"A Story about Elves and Crickets" (A mayse vegn shretelekh un grilen) (see "Tsirtsur & Peziza")
"The Story of Mazel and Shlimazel" (Di geshikhte fun Mazel un Shlimazel) (see "Mazel & Shlimazel")
"Strangers" (Fremde) [published in The Image]
Box Folder
84 * Yiddish galley proofs (*removed to galley files), [1970]
Translation by Singer and Herbert R. Lottman
Box Folder
84 15 Corrected typescript
16 Photocopy Jewish Chronicle Literary Supplement tearsheets, 1 June 1973
17 "The Strangers" (Di fremde), Yiddish handwritten fragment
18 "A Stroll Across Israel," Yiddish handwritten manuscript
"Strong as Death Is Love" (Shtark vi der toyt iz libe)
Box Folder
84 19 Photocopy Jewish Daily Forward text, [1972]
20 Corrected typescript; uncorrected fragment; corrected fragments
21 Partisan Review tearsheets, nd
"The Structure" (Dos gebay)
Box Folder
84 22 Corrected Yiddish typescript, [1961]
23 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, titled "The Building Project"
24 "The Suicide" (Der zelbstmord), Yiddish handwritten manuscript
25 "The Suitcase" (Di valise), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Taibele and Her Demon" (see Teibele and Her Demon)
A Tale of Three Wishes
Box Folder
85 1 Three corrected typescripts
2 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
3 Typescript of dust jacket text
4 Clippings, 1976, 1979
5 "A Tale of Two Books" (A mayse fun tsvey bikher), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"A Tale of Two Liars" (A mayse mit tsvey ligners)
Box Folder
85 6 Yiddish text fragment, with handwritten English notations
* Corrected Yiddish galley proofs, titled "A mayse mit a ligner: fun der serie: dos gendenk-bukh fun yetser-hove" (A Tale with a Liar: From the Series: the Memoir Book of the Evil Inclination] (*removed to galley files)
"A Tale of Two Sisters"
Box Folder
85 7 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, titled "The Sister"
8 Corrected Yiddish Tsuzamen page proofs, published as "Di tsvey shvester" (The Two Sisters)
9 Corrected typescript fragment
10 Corrected typescript
11 "The Tall One" (Der hoykher), Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1967]
"Tanhum" (Tanchum)
Box Folder
85 12 Yiddish handwritten fragments
13 Typescript
14 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
15 The New Yorker tearsheets, 17 Nov. 1975
16 "Tashlik" (Tashlekh), translation by Singer and Cecil Hemley, three typescripts, one corrected and all titled "Tashlich"
Teibele and Her Demon (Taybele un ir tayve)
Short story
Box Folder
85 17 Translation by Mirra Ginsberg, Short Story International tearsheets, titled "Taibele and the Demon"
Playscript, by Singer and Eve Friedman
Box Folder
85 18-19 Yiddish handwritten fragments
20 Typescript outline; outline in unidentified hand
21 Typescript fragment
22 Bound corrected typescript of Act One. With corrected typescript fragment of Act Two and Yiddish handwritten fragment
23 Handwritten fragment
24-25 Two corrected typescripts titled "Teibele and the Demon"
Box Folder
86 1 Corrected typescript. With rejected corrected typescript and handwritten pages
2 Corrected typescript fragment
3 Corrected typescript with handwritten insert pages by Singer and unidentified hand. With rejected typescript and handwritten pages
4 'Guthrie Production Copy,' bound corrected typescript
5 Bound typescript
6 Photocopy handwritten fragment
7-8 Two bound corrected typescripts with revision pages, Sept.-Oct. 1979, one with corrections in unidentified hand
9-10 Two corrected typescripts, one bound
11 Corrected typescript fragment
Box Folder
87 1 Hebrew typescript, titled "Taybele ve-kheshed and shelah"
2 Programs
3 Clippings, 1978, 1979, 1986
4, * Israeli production photographs, reviews, and poster (*Oversize Box 177), 1985
5 Printed copy of Samuel French 1984 edition, with revisions by Singer
"A Telephone Call on Yom Kippur" (A telefon in Yom-Kiper)
Box Folder
87 6 Photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript
7 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1981
8 Corrected typescript and corrected fragment
9 Corrected typescript
10 Photocopy corrected typescript fragment with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
11 Two sets of photocopy galley proofs
* "The Ten Commandments and Modern Critics" (Di tsen gebot un di moderne kritiker), corrected Cavalier galley proofs, July 1965 (*removed to galley files)
12 [Ten More Reasons Why I Love and Admire Children] [Speech regarding Cricket], typescript, nd
13 "Ten Reasons Why I Admire Henry Miller," handwritten manuscript
"There Are No Coincidences"
Box Folder
87 14 Yiddish handwritten fragments titled "Di Parti" (The Party), [1966]
Translation by Aliza Shevrin and Ruth Schachner Finkel
Box Folder
87 15 Two typescripts titled "The Party," one corrected
16 Typescript titled "The Party" and corrected fragments
17 "They Are One Way When They Are Normal and Another When They Are Mad,"Jewish Daily Forward text, 6 March 1959
18 "The Third One" (Der driter), translation by Singer and Laurie Colwin, corrected typescript
"Three" (Dray)
Box Folder
87 19 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
20 Jewish Daily Forward text, 26 Aug. 1972
* Composite manuscript of corrected Yiddish text and Yiddish handwritten pages (*Oversize Box 177)
21 Two corrected typescripts, one with rejected pages
22 Translation by Blanche and Joseph Nevel, corrected typescript, titled "Triad"
"Three" (Dray) (see "Burial at Sea"
"Three Encounters"
Box Folder
87 23 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1974]
24 Yiddish typescript fragment, titled "Rivkele," [1974]
25 Translation by Joseph Singer, typescript
26 "Three in a Room" (Dray in a tsimer), Jewish Daily Forward text, 13 Oct. 1972
"Three in a Room" (Dray in a tsimer) (see "The Bishop's Robe")
"Three Sisters" (see "A Dance and a Hop")
"Three Tales" (Dray mayses)
Box Folder
87 27 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, titled "Dray" (Three), [1964]
28 Corrected typescript, titled "Three"
29 Translation by Ruth Whitman, two corrected typescripts
30 Hebrew translation, corrected typescript fragment titled "Three Fables"
Box Folder
88 1 [Titles for newspaper articles or essays], Yiddish handwritten manuscript, in notebook
2 "To the Land of Israel" (Keyn Erets-yisroel), typescript, nd
3 "To the True Protester" [Poem], handwritten manuscript, nd
"Todie the Wise and Leyzer the Miser" (Todye der hokhem un Leyzer der karger) (see "Shrewd Todie & Lyzer the Miser")
Box Folder
88 4 "Topics" (Di temes), translation by Aliza Shevrin, three typescripts, two titled "Inventions" and one with corrections
"Topiel & Tekla" (Topile un Tekla)
Box Folder
88 5 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, [1976]
6 Yiddish typescript fragment
7 Translation by Joseph Singer, four corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
The Topsy-Turvy Emperor of China
Box Folder
88 8 Yiddish handwritten fragment, [1965]
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
88 9 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
10 Three corrected typescripts, two with corrections in unidentified hand; handwritten fragments; corrected typescript fragment
11 Composite typescript and photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand; corrected typescript
12 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy; typescript captions for illustrations, printer's copy
* Corrected galley proofs; two sets of corrected page proofs (*two folders, removed to galley files)
13, * Photocopies of illustrations by William Pène du Bois; dust jacket proof (*Oversize Box 177)
14 Review clippings, 1971, 1974
15 "Torah and Flesh" (Toyre un fleysh) Jewish Daily Forward text fragment, Oct. 1972
16 "The Transmigratory Soul" (Der gilgul), Yiddish handwritten fragment
17 "The Trap" (Di pastke), translation by Singer and Lester Goran, corrected typescript and corrected fragments
"Treyf Blood" (Treyf blut) (see "Blood")
"The Troublemaker of Israel" (Der oykher Yisroel) (see "The Betrayer of Israel")
Box Folder
88 18 "The True Beloved" (Di emese gelibte), Jewish Daily Forward text, 1969
"Tsaytl un Rikl" (see "Zeitl and Rickel")
Box Folder
88 19 "Tshike," Yiddish handwritten fragments
"Tsirtsur & Peziza" (see also When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories)
Box Folder
88 20 Yiddish handwritten fragment
21 Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub, three typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand
"A Tutor in the Village"
Box Folder
88 22 Jewish Daily Forward text, titled "A gevelb in dorf" (A Shop in the Village), March 1969
23 Handwritten manuscript in unidentified hand
24 Three typescripts, two corrected and titled "A Store in the Village"
25 Photocopy The New Yorker galley proofs
"Two" (Tsvey) (see "The Boarder")
"Two" (Tsvey)
Box Folder
88 26 Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
* Corrected Yiddish galley proofs, 1970 (*galley files)
27 Jewish Daily Forward text, April 1970
28 Translation by Singer and Laurie Colwin, corrected typescript and corrected fragment
Box Folder
89 1 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragment
2 Corrected Yiddish typescript
3 Corrected typescript
4 Corrected photocopy typescript, printer's copy
5 The New Yorker tearsheets, 20 Dec. 1976
"Two Books about the Hasidim of Williamsburg" (Tsvey bikher vegen di Hasidim fun Vilyamsburg) (see Review of George Kranzler's A Jewish Community in Transition and Samuel Poll's The Hasidic Community of Williamsburg)
"Two Corpses Go Dancing" (Tsvey meysim geyen tantsn)
Box Folder
89 6 Translation by Joseph Singer, corrected typescript titled "Two Corpses A-Dancing Go"
7 Translation by Joseph Singer and Elizabeth Pollet, two typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand
8 Hebrew translation, tearsheets
"Two Markets"
Box Folder
89 9 Yiddish handwritten manuscript titled "Dos heykerl" (The Hunchback), nd
Translation by Singer and Hannah Koevary
Box Folder
89 10 Typescript, titled "The Hunchback"
11 Two corrected typescripts, titled "Déjà Vu"
12 Confrontation tearsheets, Spring 1974
13 French translation, titled "Deux Marchés," photocopy Le Nouvel Observateur tearsheets, 18 Dec. 1978
"The Two Sisters" (see "A Tale of Two Sisters")
"Two Weddings and One Divorce" (Tsvey hasenes un eyn get), translation by Singer and Alma Singer
Box Folder
89 14 Three typescripts, one corrected
15 Two corrected typescripts, one with additional corrections in unidentified hand
16 Photocopy corrected typescript, with additional corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
17 "The Tyrant" (Der tiran), Yiddish handwritten fragments
The Uncle from America (Der feter fun Amerike)
Box Folder
89 18-19 Jewish Daily Forward serialization clippings, 1949-51
Box Folder
90 1 Typescript fragment
2 Corrected typescript fragment
"Uncle Sam"
Box Folder
90 3 Yiddish handwritten fragment in notebook
4 Playscript, corrected typescript fragments
"Under the Knife" (Unter'n meser)
Box Folder
90 5 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragments, [1966]
6 Translation by Ruth Whitman, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
7 Translation by Ruth Whitman and Elizabeth Pollet, two typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand
"Under the Peacock's Tail" (Unter der pave's ek) (see "Yanda")
"The Unseen" (Der roye ve-eyne nire)
Box Folder
90 8 Yiddish Svive tearsheets
Playscript (see also A Play for the Devil and The Devil's Game)
Box Folder
90 9 Program, flyer, 1983
* Poster (*Oversize Box 177)
10 Review clippings, 1983
"An Unseen Boy" (An umgezehener ingele)
Box Folder
90 11 Yiddish handwritten fragments, [1967]
12 Corrected typescript titled "The Invisible Boy"
13 "An Unusual Wedding," corrected photocopy galley proofs, titled "A Wedding"
"The Ups and Downs of Literature" (see "Old Truths and New Clichés")
Box Folder
90 14 "Uriel Weinreich and the Yiddish-English Dictionary" (Uriel Vaynraykh un der Idish-Englisher verterbukh), Jewish Daily Forward text, Nov. 1968
"Utzel & His Daughter, Poverty," translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
90 15 Typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand
16 Typescript (two copies)
17 A Visit to the Rabbinical Seminary in Cincinnati (Bazukh in rabiner seminar in Sinsinati), typescript, [1965] (two copies)
18 "The Wager" (Dos gevet), translation by Mirra Ginsburg, two corrected typescripts, one with additional corrections in unidentified hand
19 "The Warehouse," translation by Singer and Cecil Hemley, two corrected typescripts
"A Wedding" (A khasene) (see "An Unusual Wedding")
"A Wedding in Brownsville" (A hasene in Bronzvil)
Box Folder
90 20 Yiddish Di goldene keyt tearsheets
Translation by Chana Faerstein and Elizabeth Pollet
Box Folder
90 21 Corrected typescripts and corrected fragment
22 Two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand
23 Corrected Commentary tearsheets, March 1964
24 Hebrew translation, tearsheets
25 Playscript, typescript
"What Is God to Do–Discuss His Book With Every Reader?" (see "A Personal Concept of Religion")
Box Folder
90 26 "What is the Basis for Literature?" (Vos iz der boden far literatur?), Jewish Daily Forward text, 22 Nov. 1964
"What It Takes to Be a Jewish Writer…"
Box Folder
90 27 Jewish Daily Forward text, 21 July 1963, titled "A Idisher shrayber un a shrayber oyf Idish" (A Jewish Writer and a Yiddish Writer)
Translation by Mirra Ginsburg
Box Folder
90 28 Three typescripts, one corrected (for oral presentation), and three fragments, two corrected
29 National Jewish Monthly tearsheets, Nov. 1963
"When Art Wants to Do the Impossible" (Ven di kunst vil ton dos ummeglikhe) (see "Old Truths and New Clichés")
"When the Old World Came to Seagate"
Box Folder
90 30 Corrected Yiddish typescript fragment, titled "Seagate in 1935"
31 Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub, typescript, titled "Sea Gate, 1935: A Memoir"
"When Schlemiel Went to Warsaw" (Ven Shlemiel iz gegangen keyn Varshe) (see also Shlemiel the First)
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
91 1 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
2 Two typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand; corrected typescript, printer's copy
* Galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories (see also individual titles)
Box Folder
91 3 Corrected typescripts
* Corrected galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
4 Review clippings; reading list, 1968-74
5 "When Yesterday's Reproof Becomes a Dunner, Demand for Justice,"Jewish Daily Forward, 11 March 1959
"Why Did She Give Me the Key?" (Farvos hot zi mir gegebn dem shlisl?) (see "The Elders of Chelm & Genendel's Key")
Box Folder
91 6 "Why Heisherik Was Born," translation by Singer and Lester Goran, corrected typescript with additional corrections in unidentified hand
"Why I Write as I Do: The Philosophy of and Definition of a Jewish Writer"
Box Folder
91 7-8 Typescript, [1962]; corrected typescript, 10 April 1962; seven corrected typescripts, some with additional handwritten notations; corrected and uncorrected fragments; typescript, 21 March 1967
9 German translation by Alma Singer, "Lecture in Zurich," two typescripts, one corrected, 21 August 1983
* Corrected original and photocopy Esquire galley proofs, Dec. 1974 (*galley files, Oversize Box 177)
"Why I Write for Children" (see A Day of Pleasure)
Why Noah Chose the Dove, translation by Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
91 10 Four corrected typescripts
11 Photocopy of galley proofs with corrections in unidentified hand
12 Clippings, 1974
13 "Why They Called off the Betrothal" ["A Broken Engagement"], Jewish Heritage tearsheets, Spring 1964 (see also In My Father's Court)
14 "Why Yiddish?" [lecture at PEN Translation Conference, May 1970], German translation, typescript, titled "Warum Jiddisch?," 1970
The Wicked City (see also The People of Sodom)
Box Folder
91 15 Yiddish handwritten fragments, titled "Avraham un Lot" (Abraham and Lot), [1968]
Translation by Singer and Elizabeth Shub
Box Folder
91 16 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
* Page proof fragment (* Oversize Box 177)
17 Clippings, 1972, 1973
18 "The Wife" (Dos vayb), Yiddish handwritten fragments
"The Wife Killer" (Der katlen)
Box Folder
91 19 Hebrew translation, tearsheets
* Translation by Shlomo Katz, corrected page proofs (*galley files)
20 "A Window to the World" (A fenster tsu der velt), translation by Joseph Singer, corrected typescript and fragment with corrections in unidentified hand
"A Winter Night in the Poorhouse" (A vinter-nakht in hekdesh), (see "A Night in the Poorhouse")
"The Witch" (Di makhsheyfe)
Box Folder
91 21 Yiddish handwritten fragments, nd
22 Jewish Daily Forward text, [1969]
23 Corrected composite draft of original and photocopy corrected typescript pages; corrected typescript
24 "The Writers' Club" (Der shrayberklub), Yiddish handwritten fragment
"Yahid and Yehidah" (see "Jachid and Jechidah")
Box Folder
91 25 "Yanda," typescript
Yarme and Kayle (Yarme un Keyle)
Box Folder
92 1-4 Yiddish original and photocopy handwritten manuscript, titled "The Spoilers"
5-6 Jewish Daily Forward serialization, [1976-77]
Translation by Joseph Singer, titled "Yarmy and Keila"
Box Folder
92 7-8 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
Box Folder
93 1-2 Typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
"The Yearning Heifer" (Di farbenkte beheyme)
Box Folder
93 3 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1972
Translation by Singer and Ruth Schachner Finkel
Box Folder
93 4 Two corrected typescripts
5 Southern Review tearsheets
Yentl the Yeshiva Boy (Yentl der yeshive-boher)
Short Story
Box Folder
93 6 Jewish Daily Forward text, Feb. 1984
Translation by Marion Magid and Elizabeth Pollet
Box Folder
93 7 Two typescript fragments with corrections in unidentified hand, one also with corrections by Singer
8 Two corrected typescripts, one with corrections in unidentified hand)
* Corrected Commentary galley proofs (*removed to galley files)
9 Commentary tearsheets
* Farrar Straus and Giroux galley proofs (*galley files)
10 Clippings, 1983-84
Playscript, adaptation by Singer and Leah Napolin
Box Folder
93 11 Yiddish handwritten fragments
12 Corrected typescript fragments
13-14 Corrected typescript, with corrected duplicates of some pages
Box Folder
94 1 Bound typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
2 Bound corrected typescript
3 Typescript fragment with corrections in unidentified hand
4 Typescript fragments
5 Production receipts, 1976
6 Photographs
7 Typescript review by Andrew M. Freund ; advertisement; English and Hebrew review clippings, 1945-77
8 Hebrew and Yiddish clippings and programs
9 Programs
Folder
* Signed print by Sol Nodel on the occasion of the 100th Broadway performance, 1976 (*Oversize Box 180)
Box
94 Screenplay, as Yentl (see also "I. B. Singer Talks to I. B. Singer About the Movie Yentl")
10-11 Corrected typescript, with corrected typescript and handwritten insert pages
Box Folder
95 1 Corrected typescript
2 Corrected duplicate typescript page
3 Typescript replacement pages
4 Corrected typescript fragments
5 'First Draft,' typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
6 Typescript fragment, June 1971
7 Bound typescript, 30 May and 1 June 1980, with "alternate" pages, 30 May 1980
8 Typescript screenplay by Barbra Streisand with corrections in unidentified hand, August 1982
9 Publicity booklet
10 Photocopy cartoon clipping; English and Yiddish clippings, 1971, 1979, 1984
* Poster (*Oversize Files)
Box Folder
96 1 "Yiddish and Judaism/Jewishness" (Idish un Idishkayt) ["Yiddish, Hebrew, and Judaism"?], two Yiddish handwritten manuscripts
2 "Yiddish [and Yiddish Literature]" (Idish un Idishe literatur), corrected typescript titled "Yiddisch" and uncorrected fragment, [1962]
3 "Yiddish in High Society" (Idish in di hoykhe fenster), typescript, [1962]
4 Yiddish Literature, handwritten Yiddish manuscript titled "Literatur in Yidish;" handwritten fragment; two typescript fragments, one corrected
5 "Yiddish, the Language of Exile," corrected typescript
6 "Yiddish Theater Lives, Despite the Past," corrected typescript, [1985]
7 "Yikhes," corrected photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript
"Yochna and Shmelke" (Yakhne un Shmelke)
Translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
96 8 Two corrected typescripts
9 Photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, printer's copy
10 The New Yorker tearsheets, 14 Feb. 1977
11 "The Young Boy [Book?] Sent to Muser," Yiddish handwritten fragment, in notebook
A Young Man in Search of Love (see also Love and Exile), translation by Joseph Singer
Box Folder
96 12 Corrected typescript fragment
13 Corrected typescript
14 Copies of illustrations by Raphael Soyer; typescript list of illustrations
15 Photograph and copies of color illustrations by Raphael Soyer
16 Review clippings, advertisements, 1978
"Yustina"
Box Folder
96 17 Yiddish handwritten fragment
18 Jewish Daily Forward text, 1967
"Zaydlus the First" (Zaydlus der ershter) (see "Zeidlus the Pope")
"Zeidlus the Pope"
Box Folder
96 19 Translation by Joel Blocker, corrected typescript titled "Zeidlus the First"
20 Translation by Joel Blocker and Elizabeth Pollet, Two corrected typescripts titled "Zeidlus the First," one with corrections in unidentified hand
"Zeitl and Rickel" (Tsaytl un Rikl)
Box Folder
96 21-22 Yiddish
23 Translation by Mirra Ginsburg, typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
"Zlateh the Goat"
Box Folder
96 24 Typescript
25 Photocopy printed text with corrections in unidentified hand
26 Photocopy proof fragments for school textbook
Filmscript
Box Folder
96 27 Reviews, 1974
28 Tearsheets of Horn Book article, June 1975 (two copies)
Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories
Box Folder
96 29 Manuscript in unidentified hand summarizing works for possible inclusion
30 Yiddish typescript fragments of three poems ("The Snow in Chelm,""Hanukah,""Grandmother's Tale") and one story ("The Devil's Tricks")
31 Typescript dust jacket copy
32 Review clippings, 1966-67; typescript transcript of radio review, 1966; advertisement, 1969
Unidentified works
Box Folder
97 1-2 Novel about Gimple the Leech, typescript fragment
3 Novel about Anish Goldberg, Yiddish handwritten manuscript
4-5 Novel about student David Hoffman, Yiddish typescript
6 Novel about womanizer Getselzohn, Yiddish handwritten fragments
7 Novel, chapter 4, about sale of home and shop of Sharga and Freydele, Yiddish handwritten fragment
8 Novel about Jews involved in Communism in the McCarthy era, with character Frieda, Yiddish handwritten fragment
9 Novel about Bernard Viner, Autek, Wladislaw Pudelski, Lemel, Yiddish handwritten fragment
10-11 Novel(s) about Falik, Makhle Bashe, Tevel Shokheyt, Rabbi Yakov Zalkind and wife Dvorah-Leye, Neshe, Tamar Reyzel, Shemaya Getzl, Shakne Lipshitz, Yiskhe, Rivele, and Mekhaleh Tatar, Yiddish handwritten fragments; photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragments
Box Folder
98 1 Novel about Herman, Yiddish handwritten fragment
2 Novel about Zaynvl Krasner, Zilla, Yiddish handwritten fragment
3 Novel about Greidinger and Morris Tortshimer, Yiddish handwritten fragment
4 Novel about Bunem, Yiddish handwritten fragments
5 Novel about Wolf-Ber, Esther, Yoshe, Yiddish typescript fragments with English annotations in unidentified hand
6 Novel about Morris Margolin who owns Veritas and has girlfriend Adele, Yiddish handwritten fragment
7 Novel about Stasha, Reytzele, Bolek, Yiddish handwritten fragment
8 Novel about Reytsele, Vladek, Yiddish handwritten fragment
9 Novel about Sabbatai Zevi, Yiddish handwritten fragment
10 Novel with first person narrator, about Greiding, Paula, Mark, original and photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragments
11 Novel about Zeinvel Treibitsher, Dr. Lapidus, Sylvia, Yiddish handwritten fragments, printer's copy
12 Novel or collection of stories with Rosa marrying, composite manuscript of Yiddish or Hebrew printed text or proofs with handwritten corrections and Yiddish handwritten pages
13 Story or novel narrated by Herman the Healer of Bilgoray, Yiddish handwritten fragment
14 Story or novel about Neshe, Elishe, and Fridl, Yiddish handwritten fragments
15 Story or novel set in seventeenth century, about Motl Lipkover and Polish squire Anthony Pawlowski, Yiddish handwritten fragment
16 Story or novel set in pre-1917 Poland, about Alri/Uri and Countess Marina Celina/Maria de Lina, Yiddish handwritten fragments
17 Story or novel character, Neshe shares apartment with mother, Rev Avraham Shakne didn't like mirrors, Yiddish handwritten fragment
18 Short story or novel with first-person narrator, girlfriend Anna, Yiddish handwritten fragment
19 Short story or novel about Tevel's daughter, Yiddish handwritten fragment
Box Folder
99 1 Story or novel about rabbi's daughter Rokhele and animals, Yiddish handwritten manuscript
2 Short story about a rabbi and a stranger who wants to buy a burial plot, "What is to do and what is to say," Yiddish handwritten fragment
3 Short story about widow named Khave who raised Reb Pelte's children and has relationship with an imp or demon, Yiddish handwritten fragment
4 Short story about a boy named Ben Oni (Benjamin), Yiddish handwritten fragments
5 Short story about a painter and his wife Miriam Zisc, Yiddish handwritten fragments
6 Short story about Morris Rashkes, Yiddish handwritten fragments
7 Short story about Bill Sperber, Yiddish handwritten fragment
8 Short story about Tovah married to David Flagler, Yiddish handwritten fragment
9 Short story about Sonia and Fayvl Felhendler, Yiddish handwritten fragments
10 Short story about Sam and Bessie Valas, set in Piltsin, Yiddish handwritten fragment
11 Short story about Mendel Kalushiner marrying actress Matilda Stein, Yiddish handwritten manuscript
12 Short story about Meir Yadlower and telephone call about a tombstone, Yiddish handwritten fragment
13 Story or essay about Shosha, Yiddish handwritten fragment; handwritten fragment in unidentified hand
14 Short story with first person narrator and Dr. Morris Walden, Yiddish handwritten Fragment
15 Short story about Koppel Stein/Zeldes, who compares himself to Job, translation by Singer and Dorothea Straus, corrected typescript fragment
16 Short story about a man who has a life of miracles, typescript
17 Short story about a victim of Stalinists and Trotskyites, has daughter Rosa and wife Sonia, corrected typescript fragment
18 Short story begins with a man entering a law office in New York, Yiddish handwritten fragment
19 Short story about Dr. Joseph Feitelsohn whose wife Mina has died, Yiddish handwritten fragment
20 Short story about Mordechai Getel/Getzel, Yoel Fridberg, Berish, and shetl Dobkev, Yiddish handwritten fragment
21 Short story about Menashe ben Dovid, Morris Amsterdam, and Abigail, Yiddish handwritten fragments
22 Short story about Rabbi Moyseh Berish, Tuvye Parnes is ill, wife Khane Roza has died, Yiddish handwritten fragment
23 Short story about a man with back trouble, Yiddish handwritten fragment
24 Short story about Jacob who works for publishing house, has legacy from Rose Getseles, photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragment
25 Short story about Mordecai Rashbaum, wife Dora, the Holocaust, set in Catskills, 1942, Yiddish handwritten manuscript
26 Short story about Edna and her valuables, Yiddish handwritten fragment
27 Short story about Leon Feitelzohn, a Polish painter, Yiddish handwritten fragment
28 Short story about Sam Metzger, set in New York, Yiddish handwritten fragments
29 Short story about man feeling loss after Bessie's death, Yiddish handwritten fragment
30 Short story about Hertz Leipziger, Dr. Kletski, and Eliza, Yiddish handwritten fragments
31 Short story about Mrs. Bontshik/Vayslif/Bayle- Yente Kaminer, Yiddish handwritten fragments
32 Short story about David Alishitser and Rosalie/Rosa-Beyle, Yiddish handwritten fragments
33 Short story about painter/writer Menashe Kanarsk, Yiddish handwritten fragment
34 Short story about Menashe Karletski, Yiddish handwritten fragment
35 Short story about Polish sisters Wanda and Magda and American guest Fayvl Karbinski, Yiddish handwritten fragments
36 Short story about a woman from the East Side who works in a department store, Yiddish handwritten fragments
37 Short story about Sigmund Brainin, a painter, Yiddish handwritten fragments
38 Short story about Dr. Halpern, Yiddish handwritten fragment
39 Short story with Mr. Danzinger, Esther, and Morris, Yiddish handwritten fragment
40 Short story with poet Gabriel Libert telling about strength to say no, Yiddish handwritten fragment
41 Short story with first person narrator, Fanny Alpert, set in Switzerland, Yiddish handwritten fragment
42 Short story with first person narrator, set in Argentina, Yiddish handwritten fragment
43 Short story about Hans Granat, Yiddish handwritten fragment
44 Short story with first person narrator and Sam Kaplan, Yiddish handwritten fragment
45 Short story with first person narrator and Seymour Sanders, Yiddish handwritten fragment
46 Short story with narrator, Lena and her husband, Yiddish handwritten fragment
47 Short story with first person narrator told a story by a reader, Yiddish handwritten manuscript
48 Short stories with Aunt Yentl narrator, Yiddish handwritten fragments
Box Folder
100 1 Pieces of the "Behind the Stove"/study house stories, Yiddish handwritten fragments
2 Stories narrated by eternal beings (the Evil One?), Yiddish handwritten fragments
3 Chelm story, Yiddish handwritten fragment
4 Children's story about three potatoes, Yiddish handwritten manuscript
5 Children's story about dying girl who wants a Hanukkah celebration, fragment in the hand of Alma Singer
6 Hebrew translation of unidentified story, manuscript in unidentified hand
7 Playscript about Hannukah, with characters Noyem, Grandfather, and Grandmother, Yiddish handwritten fragment
8 Notes for unidentified play, Yiddish handwritten fragment
9 Essay about the art of Ira Moskowitz, corrected Yiddish typescript fragment
10 Essay about the Jews of China, Yiddish handwritten fragment
11 Work about Spinoza, Yiddish handwritten fragments
12 Work presenting Singer's personal socio-cultural, political and religious philosophy, Yiddish handwritten fragments
13 Work about Singer's writing and message of peace, the artist as a lover not fighter, handwritten fragment
14 Work incorporating Author's Note for Magician of Lublin, with memories of Shosha, corrected typescript with additional notes and corrections in unidentified hand
15 Notes for a speech, Yiddish handwritten list of nineteen points
16-20 Unidentified memoirs and autobiographical or first-person fiction, Yiddish handwritten and typescript fragments
Box Folder
101 1-2 Unidentified memoirs and autobiographical or first-person fiction, Yiddish handwritten and typescript fragments (continued)
3-4 Unidentified novels, Yiddish handwritten fragments, some printer's copies
5 Unidentified short stories, Yiddish handwritten fragments
Box Folder
102 1 Unidentified short stories, Yiddish handwritten fragments (continued)
2 Unidentified essays and articles, Yiddish handwritten and typescript fragments
3 Unidentified essays and articles about literature, art, etc., Yiddish handwritten fragments
4 Unidentified essays and articles about education and the study of literature, Yiddish handwritten fragments
5 Short (mostly single page) fragments –- Yiddish typescript fragments
6-9 6-9 Short fragments –- Yiddish handwritten fragments
Box Folder
103 1-4 Short fragments –- Yiddish handwritten fragments (continued)
5 Short fragments –- photocopy Yiddish handwritten fragments
6 Short fragments -- Yiddish and Hebrew printed text, 1968, 1975, 1977, nd
* Short fragments -- Yiddish galley proofs (*1 folder, removed to galley files)
7 Short fragments -- English typescript and handwritten fragments; German typescript page



Series II. Correspondence, 1923, 1930-1994

Box Folder
104 1 Aa-Af
2 Ag-Al
3 Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
4 Am
5 An-Ar
6 Ary, Sylvia
7 As-Az
Box Folder
105 1 Ba
2 Bay, Marie-Pierre
3 Bb-Ben
4 Beo-Berk
5 Berl-Bh
6 Bi-Bk
7 Bl-Bm
Box Folder
106 1 Bn
2 Bo
3 Bp-Bri
4 Braginsky, Simon
5 British Broadcasting Corporation
6 Brj-Bt
7 Bu-Bz
Box Folder
107 1 Caa-Caq
2 Car-Ce
3 Carr, Maurice
4 Cf-Cher
5 Ches-Cl
6 Coa-Col
7 Com-Cong
Box Folder
108 1 Conh-Cq
2 Cr-Cz
3 Cricket
4 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce
5 Da
6 Db-Di
7 Dickman, Betty
8 Dj-Dz
Box Folder
109 1 Doubleday and Company, Inc.
2 Ea-El
3 Em-En
4 Eo-Ez
5 Fa-Fed
Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Box Folder
109 6 1955-64
7 1965-66
Box Folder
110 1 1967-70
2 1971-77
3 1978-94, nd
4 Fee-Fh
5 Fia-Fin
6 Fio-Foo
Box Folder
111 1 Fop-Frem
2 Forverts
3 Fren-Frim
4 Frin-Fz
5 Ga-Gen
6 Geo-Gi
7 Gerber, Doba
Box Folder
112 1 Gj-Gl
2 Gm-Goldd
3 Golde-Goo
4 Goldene Keyt
5 Gop-Gree
6 Gref-Gz
Box Folder
113 1 Haa-Hal
2 Ham-Haz
3 Hamer-Jacklyn, Sarah
4 Harper & Row
5 Harper's Magazine
6 Hb-Hel
Box Folder
114 1 Hem-Her
2 Hendel, Nathan
3 Hes-Hof
4 Hog-Hot
5 Hu-Hz
6 I
7 Ja-Jewish C
Box Folder
115 1 Jewish D-Jewish S
2 Jewish T-Jz
3 Kaa-Kal
4 Kam-Kas
5 Kat-Kef
6 Keg-Kh
7 Kershner, Irvin
Box Folder
116 1 Ki-Kk
2 Kl
3 Km-Ko
4 Kp-Kz
5 Kreytman, Ester
6 La
7 Lb-Let
Lescher & Lescher
Box Folder
117 1 1973-78
2 1979-87
3 Leu-Lev
4 Lew-Lid
5 Lie-Lit
Box Folder
118 1 Liu-Lo
2 Lp-Lz
3 Lurie, Frida
4 Maa-Man
5 Mao-Mas
6 Mat-Mel
7 Mem-Mh
Box Folder
119 1 Mi
2 Miller, Henry
3 Mj-Mor
4 Mos-Mz
5 Na-Nev
6 National Jewish Welfare Board Lecture Bureau
7 New
Box Folder
120 1 New Yorker (The)
2 Nex-Nz
3 O
4 Paa-Par
5 Perh
6 Peri-Ph
Box Folder
121 1 Perlow, Itzjok
2 Pi-Pl
3 Pm-Pres
4-5 Pontsch, Runia
6 Presse
7 Pret-Q
Box Folder
122 1 Raa-Ral
2 Ram-Rei
3 Ravitch, Melech
4 Rej-Ri
5 Rj-Rog
6 Roh-Ros
Box Folder
123 1 Rot-Rz
2 Rovit, Honey
4 Saa-Sam
5 San-Saz
Box Folder
124 1 Sb-Schl
2 Schm-Schv
3 Schw-Sd
4 Se
5 Secker & Warburg
6 Sf-Shee
7 Shef-Shie
Box Folder
125 1 Shif-Sie
2-3 Shtuker-Payuk, Mashe
4 Shub, Elizabeth
5 Shub, Mona
6 Sif-Sim
7 Sin-Sm
Box Folder
126 1-3 Singer, Alma
4 Singer, Batsheva Zylberman
5 Singer, Israel Joshua
6 Sn-Sos
7 Sot-Star
8 Spiegel, Morris
9 Stas-Stem
Box Folder
127 1 Sten-Stz
2 Su-Sz
3 Sutzkever, Abraham
4 Szczesniak, Boleslaw B.
5 Ta-Temple D
6 Temple E-Tex
7 Tenenbaum, Shea
Box Folder
128 1 Tey-Tr
2 Ts-Um
3 Una-Unit
4 Uniu-Univ
5 V
6 Waa-Was
Box Folder
129 1 Wat-Weinh
2 Weini-Weiss
3 Weist-Wh
4 Welczer, Anna
5 Wescott, Glenway
6 Wia-Win
7 Winograd, Maurice
Box Folder
130 1 Wio-Wom
2 Won-Yes
3 Yanasowicz, Itzhak
4 Yet-Yz
5 Za-Zh
6 Zamir, Israel
Box Folder
131 1-2 Zeitlin, Aaron
3 Zi-Zz
4 Zylber, L.
5 Unopened letters [opened by HRC Archivist, 2002]
6 Letters from anonymous Forverts readers, 1955-85
7 Photocopies of Yiddish letters, 1904, nd
Box Folder
132 1 Unidentified correspondents and fragments
2 Unidentified correspondents and fragments -- Yiddish and Hebrew



Series III. Financial and Legal Papers, 1940-1995

Income
Publishing/production contracts and agreements
Box Folder
132 3 Am Oved Publishers, Ltd., 1951, 1978
4 Asahi Shuppan Ltd., 1975
5 Avco Embassy Pictures Corporation, 1973
6 Ben-Ami, Jacob, 1940
7 Brigitte, 1973
8 British Broadcasting Corporation, 1974
9 Brombergs Bokforlag, 1979-88
10 Carl Hanser Verlag, 1978
11 Center for the Study of Contemporary Belief, 1986
12 Centre Saidye Bronfman, 1986
13 Chabad Centers of South Dade, 1983
14 Charles Scribner's Sons, 1966
15 Chazin, Carole, 1971
16 Chelsea Theater Center, Inc., 1974-75
17 Chr. Erichsens Forlag, 1987
Cricket (see Open Court Publishing Company)
Box Folder
132 18 Cypress Films, Inc., 1992
19 Devir (Firm), 1951
20 Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1976, 1977
21 Douglas Villiers Publishing Ltd., 1973
22-23 Farrar, Straus, & Giroux . [Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, Inc.; Farrar, Straus and Company; Noonday Press], 1955-95
Box Folder
133 1-3 Farrar, Straus & Giroux (continued)
4-5 'Dealsheets,' publication/broadcast/performance licenses, 1989-95
6 Festival International de la Culture Juive, 1985
7 Franklin Library
8 Futura Publications Limited/Kirby McCauley, 1978
9 Habimah National Theatre, nd
10 Harper & Row Publishers, Inc., 1972, 1984
11 Houghton Mifflin Co., 1970
12 Inner Space, 1970
13 Jewish Repertory Theatre, 1984
14 Jonathan Cape Ltd., 1975
15 Kibbutz Haartzi Hashomer Hazair Ltd., 1969
16 Landmark Book Co., 1979
17 Longanesi & C., 1978
18 McGraw-Hill Book Co./The Authors Guild, Inc., 1967
19 Maszachaba, 1992
20 Modern Yiddish Theatrical Co., Inc., 1950
21 The New Yorker, 1968, 1978
22 Open Court Publishing Company, 1975
23 Oxford University Press, 1977
24 Red Ozier Press, 1981
25 ReView (Eastern Airlines magazine), 1979
26 Sherry Productions, 1974
27 Sifriat Poalim, 1979
28 Sklarsky, Morris Samuel, [1950]
29 Stock (Firm), 1979
30 Temple University Press, 1977
31 Text Publishers, 1992
32 Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1965
Royalties, earnings statements, payment stubs, etc.
Box Folder
134 1 A.M. Heath and Company, Ltd., 1979
2 Agency for the Performing Arts, 1987
3 Agenzia Letteraria International, 1991
4 Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1951
5 Am Oved Publishers, Inc., 1969
6 American Jewish Committee, nd
7 American Judaism, 1967
8 Audio Partners, Inc., 1992
9 Belnord Films, Inc., nd
10 Carl Hanser Verlag, 1977
11 Charles Scribner's Sons, 1974, 1975
12 Curtis Brown, Ltd., 1979
13 Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1979
14 Dramatists Guild, Inc., 1980
15-21 Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Inc. [Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, Inc.; Farrar, Straus and Company; Noonday Press], 1955-94, nd
22 Field Enterprises, Inc., nd
23 HMH Publishing Co., Inc., 1968, 1969
24 Habimah National Theatre, 1980
25 Hadassah Magazine, nd
26 Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc., 1965, 1967, 1977-85
27 HarperCollins Publishers, 1992
28 Jewish Community Center of Cleveland, nd
29 Jewish Community Center of Milwaukee, nd
30-32 Jewish Daily Forward/Forward Association, 1963-82, nd
33 Jewish Heritage, 1965
34 Jewish World, nd
35 Jonathan Cape Limited, 1975-76
Box Folder
135 1 Macmillan Publishing Company, 1991
2 Masada Ltd., 1987
3 Miller-Brody Productions, 1979, nd
4 New York Times Company, 1964-69, 1984-85
5 The New Yorker, 1966-75, nd
6 Newbery Award Records, Inc., 1984
7 Newsday Inc., nd
8 Open Court Publishing Company, nd
9 Penguin Books, 1974
10 Prolitteris Teledrama, 1984
11 Samuel French, Inc., 1987, 1991, 1992
12 Sherry Productions, 1970
13 Stock (Firm), 1984
14 Time Inc., 1966
15 Viking Press, Inc., 1959, 1966-69
16 WGBH, Boston, 1991
17 Lectures and appearances--contracts, invoices, receipts, payment stubs, 1962-85
18-21 Jewish Center Lecture Bureau (National Jewish Welfare Board), 1965-81
Expenses
Travel
Box Folder
135 22-23 Hotel receipts, 1952-82, nd
Box Folder
136 1-4 Transportation receipts, boarding passes, 1962-80
5 Travellers checks, currency exchange receipts, 1938-86
6 Miscellaneous receipts, 1957-95
7 Travel agency statements, invoices, and itineraries, 1955-78
8 Travel receipts, statements, 1970
9 Rent receipts and contracts, 1945-86
Box Folder
137 1-2 Telephone and utility statements and receipts, 1951-85, nd
3 Credit card statements and notices, 1978-95
4 Medical invoices, receipts, notices, records, and prescriptions, 1957-94
5 Life, health, and other insurance receipts, 1949-77
Receipts and invoices
Box Folder
137 6 Miscellaneous, 1946-94
7 Books and periodicals purchased, 1950-95
8 Charitable and political contribution receipts, 1957-74, 1981, nd
Checking and savings accounts
Box Folder
137 9 Statements and notices, loan papers, 1951-86
10 First National City Bank of New York, 1957-76
Box Folder
138 1-2 First National City Bank of New York (continued)
3 Sun Bank of Miami, 1977-84
4 Blank checks, orders for blank checks, savings account passbooks, account balances, 1953-94
5-8 Transaction receipts, 1935-95
9 Check stubs, 1954-71, nd
Cancelled checks
Box Folder
138 10 Barnett Bank, 1977-83
11 Citibank, 1976-80
Box Folder
139 1-8 First National Bank, 1954-74
9-10 Sun Bank, 1974-80
Box Folder
140 1-2 Sun Bank, 1974-80 (continued)
3 Money market accounts statements and notices, 1978-93
4 Personal property appraisals, 1954-94
Investments
Box Folder
140 5 Notes on investments, income, and assets, 1968-90, nd
Stocks and mutual funds
Box Folder
140 6-7 Annual and quarterly reports, 1963-87
8 Stock dividends, 1969-70, 1982
9 Stock certificate, 1981
10 Stock sales and purchase receipts, 1967-93
11 Mutual funds statements, 1957-95
12 Certificates of deposit and money market time deposits notices, statements, 1978-91
Box Folder
141 1 Self-Employed Retirement Plan notices, 1969-73
2 Partnership agreement, notices, 1968-73
3 Financial ledger sheets, 1968-70
Income taxes
Box Folder
141 4-8 Tax returns, including some supporting documents, 1940-1994
9 Literary copyrights—correspondence, documents, 1957, 1968, 1969
10 Voter registrations, certificate of literacy, 1943-76
Box Folder
142 1-2 Passports, 1934, 1977, 1982
3 Death certificate, 1991
Wills and estate papers
Box Folder
142 4 Correspondence, 1983, 1991
5 Documents, 1983, 1987, 1989
6 'Estate – Broad & Cassel,' documents, correspondence, 1991-94
7 Alma Singer – Documents, correspondence, cemetery plot deed, 1991-1995
8 Alma Singer - documents, correspondence, 1993-94



Series IV. Photographs and Works of Art, 1930-1995, nd

Black and white photographs and negatives
Box Folder
143 1-2 Early photographs of Singer, 1930, nd
3-9, * Photographs of Singer, 1957-93, nd (*Oversize Box 178)
Box Folder
144 1-8 Photographs of Singer, 1957-93, nd (continued)
Box Folder
145 1-7 Photographs of Singer, 1957-93, nd (continued)
Box Folder
146 1-2 Snapshots of Singer, 1937, 1955-69, nd
3-4 Photographs of Singer with Alma Singer, 1955-87, nd
5 Photographs of Singer with Raphael Soyer, nd
6-7 Photographs of family, friends, and others (without Singer), 1935-88, nd
Box Folder
147 1 Photographs of family, friends, and others (without Singer), 1935-88, nd (continued)
2 Hazel Carr, nd
* Felix Rubinlicht photograph album, nd (*Oversize Box 179)
3 Photographs of miscellaneous subjects, 1931-79, nd
* Chen, Jim. Photograph of New York City skyline, Nov. 1982 (*Oversize Box 179)
* Haas, Ken. Photograph of group of Jewish men, [1973] (*Oversize Box 179)
4 Shapiro, Ziskind. Photographs of Polish street scenes and people, [1935]
5 Negatives of Singer, I.J. Singer, Alma Singer, and others, nd
* Medical x-rays, [1962] (*Oversize Box 178)
Color photographs and negatives
Box Folder
147 6-7, * Photographs of Singer, 1978-86, nd (*Oversize Box 178)
8 Color and black and white photographs of presentation of honorary degree from Mellon University, 1978 [removed from album]
9-10 Snapshots of Singer and others, 1964-88, nd
Box Folder
148 1-8 Snapshots of Singer and others, 1964-88, nd (continued)
Box Folder
149 1-2 Color snapshots and black and white photographs taken in Stockholm during trip to receive Nobel Prize, 1978 [removed from album]
3 Snapshots at the U.N., 1978-79, and others, 1979 [removed from album]
4 Snaphots of trip to Höganäs, Sweden, 1981, with typescript caption sheet
5 Snapshots of trip to England, 1984, with typescript captions
6-9 Photographs of family, friends, and others (without Singer), 1959-95, nd
Box Folder
150 1 Photographs of miscellaneous subjects, 1970-84, nd
Portraits of Singer
Box Folder
150 2 Photographs of portraits of Singer by __ Benn, nd; Nathan Hendel, nd; __ Lesser, 1965; M. Milberger, 1969; Hazel Karr [Carr], 1985; photograph of sculpture of Singer by Robert I. Russin, nd
* Signed print of portrait of Singer by Anna Barry, nd (*Oversize Box 180)
3 Pencil sketch of Singer by Gene Bonini, 1981
4-5 Sketches of Singer by Laura Ziegler, 1971; exhibition catalog featuring bust of Singer by Laura Ziegler, 1974
Other Artwork
Box Folder
150 * Finkel, D. Unidentified artwork, 1970 (*Oversize Box 180)
* Garchik, Morton. "Gimpel Aware of Bird – Leaves," signed and numbered woodcut, 1960 (*Oversize Box 180)
Gerstenblatt, Paula
Box Folder
150 * "Awaiting Sabbath-Alone," signed and numbered engraving, nd (*Oversize Box 180)
* "Old Jerusalem from the Mind," signed collage, Dec. 1977 (*Oversize Box 180)
* Mandelman, Rachel Brenda. Watercolor of Pinnochio, nd; pen and ink drawing for her story "Sarah's Birthday Adventure," nd (*Oversize Box 180)
* Pelletiere, Chris. "The Slaughterer," signed engraving, 1981 (*Oversize Box 180)
* Schrag, Karl. "Two Trees by the Sea," signed artist's proof, 1970 (*Oversize Box 180)
* Stroyman, Herschel. Drawings on the back of a Singer lecture flyer, nd (*Oversize Box 180)
6 Unidentified artist. Fourteen color slides of illustrations of Satan in Goray and various Singer stories, nd
7 Unidentified artist. 'Alphabet Krol 22 diapositives,' 16 color slides of illustrations of the Yiddish alphabet, nd
* Unidentified artist. Signed and numbered engraving, nd (*Oversize Box 180)



Series V. Personal Files, 1935-1994

Box Folder
150 8 Notebook containing autobiographical notes, nd
9-12 Notebooks containing miscellaneous notes and drafts, primarily in Yiddish and with some doodles, 1978-84, nd
Box Folder
151 1-3 Notebooks (continued)
Box
152 Notebooks (continued)
Box
153 Notebooks (continued)
Box Folder
154 1 Pages removed from notebook containing English and Yiddish vocabulary, miscellaneous notes, addresses, phone numbers, nd
2-3 Notes in Yiddish and English, including some by Alma Singer
4-5 Notes in Yiddish on notecards, nd
6 Doodles, nd
7 Empty envelopes with doodles and notes, 1963-78, nd
8 French and Yiddish grammar notebook, nd
9 Unidentified Yiddish handwritten flashcards; printed English flashcards, nd
Box Folder
155 1 Phone numbers and addresses, in 1958 datebook
2-5 Appointment books, 1966-87
Box Folder
156 1-3 Appointment books, 1966-87
4-6 Business cards and resumes, addresses and phone numbers, 1966-82, nd
7 Programs, flyers, notices, newsletters, 1955-93
Box Folder
157 1-2 Programs, flyers, notices, newsletters, 1955-93 (continued)
3 Raphael Soyer exhibition catalogs, flyers, clippings, 1979-82, nd
4 Clippings, ephemera, advertisements, 1923-93
Box Folder
158 1-3 Clippings, ephemera, advertisements, 1923-93 (continued)
4 Children's illustrations of Singer's stories, nd
5-6, * Awards and honors--certificates, programs, press releases, 1963-91 (*Oversize Box 177)
7 National Book Awards press kit, 1974
Box Folder
159 1 National Institute of Arts and Letters, correspondence, programs, 1959-87
2 Honorary degree, University of Hartford
3 Hebrew University of Jerusalem honorary degree at Jubilee Convocation, scrapbook containing press release, clipping, photographs, program, 1975
Nobel Prize
Box Folder
159 4 Stockholm maps, packet, brochures, 1978
Box Folder
160 1 'Stockholm Acceptance of Prize etc.,' correspondence, hotel receipts, notes, clippings, publications, 1978
2-3 Clippings, 1978
4 Memberships--cards, receipts, invoices, lists, acknowledgements, 1935, 1954-85, 1994
5 PEN membership card, 1932; newsletters, 1963, 1965; membership list, 1965; correspondence and notices, 1963-85
6-7, * Lectures and appearances--programs, flyers, advertisements, and invitations, 1962-86; handwritten speaker's introduction; handwritten list of lectures, 1968-69; scrapbook, 1963-64 (*Oversize Box 177)
Box Folder
161 1-2 Lectures and appearances (continued)
3 Funeral register book and floral cards, 1991
4 Funeral and memorial monument correspondence, drawings, receipts, 1991-93



Series VI. Works about Singer and His Work, 1951-1994

Box Folder
161 5-7, * Clippings, 1951-94 (*Oversize Box 177)
Box Folder
162 1-5 Clippings, 1951-94 (*Oversize Box 177)
6 Reviews of anthologies containing stories by Singer, 1965-66, nd
Interviews
Box Folder
163 1-2 Clippings, 1966-86, nd
3 Unidentified author. Corrected photocopy typescript transcript, nd
4 Anderson, David M. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: Conversations in California,"Modern Fiction Studies tearsheets, Winter 1970-71
5 Bailey, Paul. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: A Story No One Else Can Tell," photocopy transcription of radio broadcast of Singer, Bailey, Saul Bellow, Malcolm Bradbury, and Dan Jacobson, 1975
6 Brodovsky, Sue. "Meeting the Author Isaac Bashevis Singer," typescript, photocopy Israel Today tearsheets, June 1978
Burgin, Richard
Conversations with Isaac Bashevis Singer
Box Folder
163 7 Photocopy typescript resume; book proposal
8 Photocopy of typescript Introduction with corrections in unidentified hand
9 Photocopies of typescript fragments with corrections in unidentified hand
10 Photocopies of corrected typescript fragments with additional corrections in unidentified hand
11 Photocopy duplicate typescript fragment, with corrections in unidentified hand
12 Typescript fragments
13 Photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
14 Corrected typescript fragments
Box Folder
164 1 Photocopy corrected typescript fragments with additional corrections in unidentified hand
2 'Final Copy,' photocopy of typescript with corrections by Singer and unidentified hand, with additional corrections in unidentified hand
3-4 Photocopy of duplicate 'Final Copy' typescript, with typescript revision pages and additional corrections in unidentified hand
5 Typescript fragment of list of suggested changes
6 Corrected photocopy page proofs, 1985
7 Hudson Review agreement, 1978; correspondence, 1981, 1984
8 Review clippings, 1985
9 "Conversations with Isaac Bashevis Singer: A Memoir," photocopy typescript, nd
10 "Isaac Bashevis Singer Talks…About Everything," photocopy New York Times Magazine tearsheets, Nov. 1978
11 Farrell, Grace. "Seeing and Blindness: Conversations with Isaac Bashevis Singer," corrected photocopy typescript, nd
12 Fein, Yani. "Interview with Yitzchak Bashevis," Yiddish Goldene Keyt proofs with handwritten corrections, nd
Flender, Harold
Box Folder
164 13 "Mr. Isaac Bashevis Singer: Oral History Memoir," bound typescript transcription, 1970
14 "Work in Progress/ Isaac Bashevis Singer," photocopy Intellectual Digest tearsheets, May 1972
Box Folder
165 1 Franklin, Pauline. "The Eternal Light: A Conversation with Isaac Bashevis Singer," photocopy transcript of television program, written by Harold Flender, 1966
2 Green, Norman S. "Isaac Bashevis Singer," transcript, nd
3 Kresh, Paul. "Isaac Bashevis Singer Tells The World About Israel," photocopy typescript fragment; photocopy UJA World tearsheet, Feb. 1972
4 Lottman, Herbert. "I. B. Singer, Storyteller," corrected typescript fragment; typescript; New York Times Book Review tearsheets, 25 June 1972
5 Milligan, __. "An Interview with Isaac Bashevis Singer," Trinity University, transcription, Nov. 1983
6 Pondrom, Cyrena N. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: An Interview, Part II,"Contemporary Literature offprint, 1969
7 Roth, Philip. "Roth and Singer on Bruno Schulz," photocopy printed text, New York Times Book Review, 13 Feb. 1977
8 Sinclair, Clive. "A Conversation with Isaac Bashevis Singer,"Encounter tearsheets, Feb. 1979
9 University of Connecticut children's literature class. "Interview with Isaac Bashevis Singer," photocopy corrected typescript, 1976
10 Bibliographies and biographical entries in reference works, English and German typescripts, photocopy printed text, 1966, 1978, 1983, 1986, nd
Works about Singer by unidentified authors
Box Folder
165 11 Printed photographic illustration, nd
12 Unidentified thesis for Bennington College, photocopy typescript fragment, ca. 1983
13 "The Case of the Mistreated Horses," corrected typescript, nd
14 "Ode in Appreciation of I. B. Singer," typescript poem, nd
15 "Preliminary Outline for Isaac Bashevis Singer: A Composite Textual-holographic Portrait," original and photocopy typescript, nd
16 Essay on "Yentl," photocopy typescript, 1 May 1974
Works by identified authors about Singer and his work
Box Folder
165 17 Adler, Sidney. "The Shtetl in the Novels of Isaac Bashevis Singer," dissertation oral examination program, 1968
18 Alexander, Edward. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: Rebel and Traditionalist," photocopy typescript, nd
19 Baker, William. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: An Assessment,"Jewish Quarterly tearsheets, March 1967
20 Bartini, K. A. "Matters about Yitskhok Bashevis Singer," Hebrew tearsheets
21 Bellinelli, Matteo. "Scrittori Americani: I. Isaac B. Singer," photocopy Italian typescript, 1988
22 Berlind, Bruce. "From Bailey's Mistake," typescript poem, nd
23 Bertram, M. A. "Singer's Slave: Listen. Remember.You Also Were Slaves in the Land of Mizraim," photocopy of typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
24 Blinderman, Abraham. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: Medicinal Fiction,"New York State Journal of Medicine tearsheets, Aug. 1981
Buchen, Irving H.
Box Folder
165 25 Isaac Bashevis Singer and the Eternal Past, review clippings, 1968
26 "Isaac Bashevis Singer and the Revival of Satan," inscribed reprint from Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Spring 1967; and "Jewish-American Writers as a Literary Group," reprint from Renascence, Spring 1967
27 Carr, Maurice. "My Uncle Yitzhak: A Nephew Recalls Isaac Bashevis Singer," printed text in Jewish Digest, Dec. 1978, condensed from Congress Monthly; Jerusalem Post Magazine tearsheets, 4 July 1975
28 Collins, Margaret. "The Stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer," typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, [1982]
Di Veroli, Eléna Mortara.
29 "A Controversy Over Singer: It's No Fault to Talk of a World That's Gone," photocopy typescript, 1978
30 "Dal Vecchio Al Nuovo Mondo: Isaac Bashevis Singer" (From the Old to the New World: Isaac Bashevis Singer), photocopy Studi Americani tearsheets, 1971
31 Ebon, Martin. "Isaac Bashevis Singer's Love Affair with the Supernatural," photocopy FATE tearsheets, Oct. 1979
32 Eiseman, Carol. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: Observations on His Life," photocopy typescript, nd
33 Eisler, Georg. "Isaac Bashevis Singer's New York and Other Works on Paper by Georg Eisler," exhibit brochure, signed by Singer, with essay "Illustrating Singer," 1982
34 Elman, Paul. "Isaac Singer at Jabbok's Ford," photocopy Christian Century tearsheets, 16 May 1979
35 Elman, Richard M. "The Spinoza of Canal Street," photocopy Holiday tearsheets, August ny
Farrell, Grace
Box Folder
165 36-37 From Exile to Redemption: the Fiction of Isaac Bashevis Singer, photocopy printer's copy of typescript with corrections in unidentified hand
Box Folder
166 1 "Isaac Bashevis Singer: Mediating Between the Biblical and the Modern," photocopy typescript
2 "The Legacy of the Baal Shem Tov" [review of Reaches of Heaven], photocopy typescript
3 "Stewed Prunes and Rice Pudding: College Students Eat and Talk with I. B. Singer," photocopy typescript; photocopy typescript class syllabus
4 Feldman, Ruth. "Letter to Isaac Bashevis Singer," typescript poems; The Jewish Advocate printed text, 1978; Midstream tearsheets of review by Milton Hindus, 1982
5 Gass, William H. "The Shut-In," photocopy printed text, nd
6 Genoz, Yitzchak. "Religious Sources and the Manner of Their Incorporation in Isaac Bashevis Singer's Story 'On the Sidewalk'" (Oyf der potshine), Hebrew printed text
7 Giniewski, Paul. "I tre livelli dell'esistenza in Isaac Singer," Italian offprint, 1978; photocopy French clippings, 1979; photocopy French typescript review of Shosha; "Les Essais: Les Trois Niveaux de l'existence chez Isaac Singer," photocopy French La Nouvelle Revue Française proofs, with corrections in unidentified hand
8 Ginsberg, Daniel E. M. "Isaac Bashevis Singer," typescript, May 1987
9 Goodman, Henry. "The Dark World of Isaac Bashevis Singer," photocopy Jewish Currents tearsheets, Nov. 1962
10 Gottlieb, Elaine. "Singer and Hawthorne: A Prevalence of Satan,"Southern Review tearsheets, Spring 1972
11 Grohskopf, Bernice. "Isaac Bashevis Singer," typescript poem, nd
12 Gross-Tsimerman, M. "Bashevis," Yiddish Di Goldene Keyt tearsheets
13 Harris, __. "Singer's Women," photocopy typescript, nd
14 Helbling, Mark. "Isaac Bashevis Singer in America,"The Polish Review tearsheets, 1981
15 Higgins, Justin. "Isaac Bashevis Singer," corrected typescript, 1991
16 Hindus, Milton. "Isaac Bashevis Singer," photocopy Jewish Heritage tearsheets, Fall 1962
17 Howe, Irving. "I. B. Singer,"Books & Writers tearsheets, nd
18 Huber, Paul. [Radioporträt], German typescript radio transcript, 25 June 1984
19 Hurwitz, Johanna. "The Devil and Mr. Singer," typescript, [1963]
20 Jacobs, Yaakov. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: The Problem of Translation in His Short Fiction," photocopy typescript master's thesis, 1973
21 Jacobson, Dan. "The Problem of Isaac Bashevis Singer," photocopy Commentary tearsheets, Feb. 1965
22 Kahn, Lothar. "The Talent of I. B. Singer, 1978 Nobel Laureate for Literature,"World Literature Today tearsheets, Spring 1979
23 Kaetz, David. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: A General Survey," composite of original and photocopy typescript thesis with corrections in unidentified hand, bound, June 1964
24 Karpluk, M. "Imiona I Nazwiska Zydow Polskich," photocopy printed text, nd
25 Kazin, Alfred. "The Earthly City of the Jews," photocopy printed excerpt from Bright Book of Life: American Novelists & Storytellers from Hemingway to Mailer; "The Saint as Schlemiel," photocopy printed excerpt from The European Current, 1962
26 Kersh, Y. "Yitskhok Bashevis: der shrayber fun hayntikn dor" (Yitskhok Bashevis: The Writer of the Contemporary Generation), Yiddish typescript
27 Knobel, Joseph M. "The Short Stories and Novels of Isaac Bashevis Singer," photocopy typescript, [1967]
28 Kotzin, Michael C. "Uses of Enchantment in Singer's Children's Stories," photocopy Yiddish tearsheets, Fall 1982
29 Kresh, Paul. Isaac Bashevis Singer: The Story of a Storyteller, review clipping, 1985
30 Lester, Elenore. "Isaac Bashevis Singer," printed text in Jewish Digest, Dec. 1978; condensed from The Jewish Week
Leviant, Curt.
Box Folder
166 31 "I. B. Singer in the U.S.A.," printed text in Midstream, March 1973
32 "The Phenomenon of Isaac Bashevis Singer," photocopy Congress Bi-Weekly tearsheets, 18 Dec. 1967
33 Levitan, Elsie. "The Cosmos of Isaac Bashevis Singer: A Critical View," photocopy Jewish Currents tearsheets, Nov. 1975
34 McDonald, Margaret Ann, Sister. Untitled term paper on The Family Moskat, typescript, nd
35 McGregor, Barbara Ruth. The American Fiction of Isaac Bashevis Singer: Lost and Found in America, typescript doctoral dissertation, 1985
Box Folder
167 1-2 McGregor, The American Fiction of Isaac Bashevis Singer (continued)
3 Malin, Irving, ed. Critical Views of Isaac Bashevis Singer, review clipping, 1969
4 Mambrino, Jean. "L'émerveillement du quotidien," photocopy French printed text
5 Mintz, Samuel I. "Spinoza and Spinozism in Singer's Shorter Fictions," photocopy printed text, nd
6 Mirkin, Yoysef. "'Gimpel tam' tsi 'Gimpel tsadik'" ('Gimpel the Fool' or 'Gimpel the Saint'?), Yiddish typescript
7 Morrow, Lance. "The Spirited World of I. B. Singer," tearsheet fragment,
8 Nowak, Amram. "Isaac in America" [documentary film], review, 1986; Dial clipping, 1987
Pinsker, Sanford
Box Folder
167 9 "Isaac Bashevis Singer and Joyce Carol Oates: Some Versions of Gothic," photocopy typescript, nd
10 "Sholem Aleichem and I. B. Singer," photocopy Jewish Spectator tearsheets, 1982
11 "Song for I. B. Singer" [Poem], Reconstructionist tearsheet, 14 April 1967
12 Pondrom, Cyrena N. "Conjuring Reality: I. B. Singer's Magician of Lublin," photocopy typescript, 15 March 1968
13 Pushker, Gloria Teles, "Isaac Bashevis Singer" [student biographies project], typescript, 1984
14 Rochlin, Harriet. "Meeting a Master," photocopy typescript, [1972]
15 Schlossman, Beryl. "Ein Leidele für Singer," photocopy typescript poem, nd
16 Shmeruk, Chone. "Bashevis Singer: In Search of His Autobiography," photocopy printed text
17 Shulman, Abraham. "The Story Kukeriku (Cockadoodledo) by Yitskhok Bashevis," typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
18 Siegel, Vivienne H. "The Slave: Isaac Bashevis Singer," typescript; duplicate typescript fragment, nd
19 Singer, Brett. "My Family, the Singers,"Esquire tearsheets, Feb. 1984
20 Straus, Dorothea. Under the Canopy, review clipping, 1982
21 Wallach, Eli. Eli Wallach Reads Isaac Bashevis Singer, photocopy review clipping by Paul Kresh, 1975
22 Wax, Judith. "It Must Have Been Something I Read, Or, Please Don't Feed the Manqué," photocopy Chicagoan tearsheet, April 1974
23 Weinverger, __. "The Crisis of Faith in the Novels of I. B. Singer," photocopy typescript, [1975]
24 Wisse, Ruth R. "Singer's Paradoxical Progress,"Commentary tearsheets, Feb. 1979
25 Wolkenfeld, J. S. "Isaac Bashevis Singer: The Faith of His Devils and Magicians," tearsheets, reprinted from CRITICISM, Fall 1963



Series VII. Works by Other Authors, 1929-1991

Unidentified Works
Box Folder
167 26 Fragments of various works, original and photocopy typescript pages, 1978, nd
27 Scholarly work about David ha-Reubini, photocopy typescript fragment, nd
28 Scholarly work on artwork and the occult, photocopy of typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, [1981]
29 Scholarly work on Marlowe and Shakespeare, nd
Box Folder
168 1 Yiddish handwritten fragment in unidentified hand, nd
2 Work about Angel Hadasseh, photocopy typescript summary, nd
3 Playscript with Kochba, Rabbi, and Maid, photocopy typescript fragment, nd
4 Playscript with Yochanon and Doris, photocopy fragment of corrected composite Yiddish and English typescript, nd
5-7 Collection of short stories, including "Friends,""The Hannukah Lamp,""Never Too Late,""Enemies,""The Delayed Bar Mitzvah," and "The Secret," composite original and photocopy typescript, nd; photocopy duplicate typescript fragment, nd
8 Short story about Ramona and Dr. Lipszyc, typescript fragment, nd
9 Short story about mercenary Welleck on airplane, photocopy typescript fragment, nd
10 Short story about widow awaiting the Messiah, photocopy typescript, nd
11 Short story about Julie, Jack, and Felix, photocopy typescript, nd
12 Short story about Sarah and Zach, photocopy typescript fragment, nd
13 Short story about Calli and Laura, incomplete photocopy typescript, nd
14 Short story about Charlie, set in future, photocopy typescript fragment, nd
15 Short story about old man and divers searching for a body, typescript fragment, nd
16 Short story about Elisha and villagers awaiting the Messiah, composite original and photocopy typescript fragment, nd
17-18 Poetry, typescripts, nd
19 Typescript review, nd
20 Film treatment for unidentified work with David, Fievel, and Rivke, photocopy typescript fragment
Works by unidentified authors
Box Folder
168 21 "The Ba'al Shem Tov's Aliyath Han'shamah and the LSD Experience," photocopy typescript, nd
22 "Di Bobe Slave," photocopy Yiddish manuscript in unidentified hand, nd
23 "c.j.'s journal," handwritten manuscript notes and journal entries, some in notebook, 1989-90
Box Folder
169 1 "Give Truth to Yaakov," typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
2 "The Headhunter," typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd; German typescript fragment, nd
3 "I Saw Josh Last Night," photocopy typescript, nd
4 "The Jewish Element in the Work of Franz Kafka," photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
5 "Miami Beach & Miami," typescript with notations in unidentified hand, nd
* "Music" [Collection of poetry], galley proofs (*galley files)
6 "My Mother," photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, 1970
7 "The Prince in Purgatory," photocopy typescript, nd
8 "Surviving: Yankel Kanter," [Chapter Six of a longer work], photocopy corrected typescript, nd
Works by identified authors
Box Folder
169 9 Adilman, Mona Elaine. "The Offering,"The Torch tearsheet, nd
10 Allentuck, Marcia. Review of The Diary of Benjamin Robert Haydon, edited by Willard Bissell Pope, inscribed reprint from The Art Bulletin, March 1963
11 Aston, Susan. "Demons," typescript poem "for Isaac Bashevis Singer," nd
12 Atwood, Anthony Dewey. "About Princesses and Turtles," photocopy typescript, nd
13 Batashansky, Yakov. Eulogy for Daniel Charney, Yiddish typescript, nd
14 Bean, Orson. Too Much Is Not Enough, photocopy typescript fragment, [1987]
15 Bergelson, Dovid. "At Night," photocopy Yiddish printed text; photocopy typescript of translation by Joachim Neugroschel with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
16 Berger, Adam. Photocopy typescript poems, nd
17 Bigsby, __. Interview with Tom Wolfe, typescript fragment, nd
18 Blecher, Earl M. "Cowboy's 'Fowl' Redskins," photocopy typescript, 1978
19 Blum, Yitshak. "A ku vaynt" (A Cow Cries), Yiddish printed text, nd
20 Borstien, Aviezer. "Rabbi Yonkele Radziminer: A Chasidic Tale," Yiddish printed text, 30 May 1975
21 Bromberg, Clara. Handwritten Yiddish list, [1983]
22 Bulman, Aaron E. Typescript poems, nd
23 Chitlik, Paul. "Life Left," photocopy typescript, nd
24 Cho, Beck Hee. "Dreamers and Non," photocopy typescript fragment, nd
25 Davidson, Gustav. "Metatron: Angel of the divine Face,"  New Dimensions tearsheets, August/September 1964
26 De Treviño, Elizabeth Borton. "A Deo Gratias" [Poem], typescript, [1970]; printed poems, 1972
27 DeWeese, Keith Patrick. "The Virgin's Apple," typescript; typescript fragment of another short story, nd
28 Dietz, Chris. "Emperor of Alchemy," handwritten poem, nd
29 Dike, Donald A. "The Difficult Innocence: Blake's Songs and Pastoral," reprint from ELH, A Journal of English Literary History, Dec. 1961
30 Douglas, Peter Scott. "The Troll," typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
31 Duker, Abraham G. "Some Cabbalistic and Frankist Elements in Adam Mickiewicz's Dziday," reprint from Studies in Polish Civilization, 1971
32 Eckstein, Menachem, Rabbi. "Psychological Elements in Chasidism," Yiddish typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
33 Eizenberg, __. Unidentified work, corrected photocopy galley proof fragments, nd
34 Elliott, Christopher. "Darren Goodman's Day in Hell," photocopy typescript, nd
35 Elman, Richard M. "The Middle Aged Lover Reflects on His Illicit Affairs," typescript poem, nd
36 Emias, Israel. "Der nigun" (The Melody), Yiddish typescript ballad, 1938
37 Epstein, Helen. "Sociology," photocopy typescript, June 1973
38 Fankushen, Elenora Lea. "I've Become a Near, Near Great," typescript, [1978]
39 Feinberg, Harvey. Spice Mountain, three photocopy typescript chapters, 1982
40 Fey, Isabella. "Cadmus" and "Odin" [Poems], Kenyan Review (Spring 1957) and Politics (June 1944) tearsheets
Box Folder
170 1 Fink, Morris. "Re-examination: A Vision of Judgment," photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
2 Fleischman, Cyrille. "Un Diner," photocopy French typescript, nd
3 Furman, Larry. "Beauty and the Priest" and "I Am a Zionist," photocopies of typescripts with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
4 Gerenstain, Grigori. "The Fall" and "Publication," photocopies of typescript translations by Antonina W. Bouis, with corrections in unidentified hand, 1973, nd
5 Gibor, Yaël T. Photocopy typescript poems, 1965-66, nd
6 Ginsberg, Allen. "Kaddish" [Yiddish translation], corrected photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscript in unidentified hand, titled "Izgadal," nd
7 Goeclicke, Patsy. "Paradise," typescript poem, nd
8 [Goldman, Fan]. Untitled memoir, photocopy typescript fragment, nd
Goldman, James A.
Box Folder
170 9 "Cogito Ergo Sentio" and "Homo Loquens," photocopy text from Chemistry, 1971
10 Letter to the Editor, Impact of Science on Society tearsheets, 1972
11 Goldsmith, Emanuel S. Architects of Yiddishism at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, photocopy of galley proofs with corrections in unidentified hand, 1975
12 Goldstein, Mordechai. "Moses Christ," photocopy typescript, 1973
Gray, Anne.
Box Folder
170 13 "Anisa the Infinite," typescript, with illustrations, nd
14 "Brief Flame: The Impact of SIDS,"SpecialCare tearsheets, Sept. 1985
15 Green, Vivian. A Question of Rape, photocopy typescript outline; photocopy typescript of chapters four, sixteen, and nineteen; photocopy clippings, 1978
16 Greenstein, Edward L. "The Riddle of Samson,"Prooftexts tearsheets, 1981
17 Grubart, Adele. "Der eybike nigun" (The Eternal Melody), photocopy Yiddish typescript fragment, nd
18 Hamer-Jacklyn, Sarah. "Der goldene foygel" (The Golden Bird), Jewish Daily Forward text, 22 Oct. 1950
19 Hargitai, Peter. "Zoltan Muhari," composite draft of photocopy printed text and typescript pages, nd
20 Hendin, Herbert. "Suicide in Denmark," reprint from The Psychiatric Quarterly, July 1960
21 Herzog, Jennie B. "Irina," photocopy typescript, [1970]
22 Hettich, Michael. "Angels," photocopy typescript, 1988
23-24 Hoffman, Allen. Kagan's Superfecta, photocopy typescript, [1981]
25 Howland, Bette. "The Life You Gave Me," photocopy Commentary tearsheets, Aug. 1982
26 Hubschman, Thomas. "A Change of Weather," typescript, [1968]
27 Isak, Aaron. Photocopy of Yiddish handwritten poem dated 1775
28-29 Israel, Phillip. Woman Weighing Gold, photocopy of typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
Box Folder
171 1 Jacob, Rachel. "Fragment of an Ancient Face (From: Scrolls)," photocopy typescript, 1982
2 Joffe, Judah A. "The Etymology of Davenen and Katoves," photocopy of inscribed offprint from American Academy for Jewish Research Proceedings, 1959
3 Johnson, Ann. Chapter from an unidentified novel, tearsheet fragment, nd
4 Jong, Erica. "Goodbye to Henry-san" [speech re. Henry Miller], inscribed photocopy typescript, [1980]
5 Kahan, Lazar. "Thirty Years Since the Bialystok Pogrom," Yiddish typescript, [1936]
6 Kashtan, Rivka. Wild Variations on a Theme of the Garden of Evil and Other Poems from These Troubled Times, photocopy typescript poems, bound; photocopy typescript program from "An Evening of Poetry by Rivka Kashtan," 1984
7 Kaufman, Moshe-Aharon. Yiddish, Hebrew, and English typescript poems; correspondence, 1987, nd
8 Kemp, Aaron. "The Shut-In," photocopy printed text, nd
King, Robert D.
Box Folder
171 9 The History of Final Devoicing in Yiddish, photocopy typescript, [1980]
10 "Humanistic Byways: Yiddish for Beginners," photocopy Texas Humanist tearsheets, May-June 1985
11 "The Worst Thing That Has Ever Happened," photocopy advertisement, The Texas Observer, 11 Oct. 1985
12 "Die jiddische Sprache als Gegenstand historischer Sprachforschung" (The Yiddish Language…), German typescript, 1991
13 Kiss, Gerson, Rabbi. "Masechet Prohvishen" (Chapter Provishen from the Talmud), Yiddish printed text, 1929
14 Komoroff, Samuel. "Advice to Mozart," inscribed photocopy PERA Journal tearsheets, 1986
15 Kreytman, Ester. Deborah, review clippings, 1984
16 Krzyzanowski, Jerzy R. "Struktura Powieści Wieslawa Stanislawa Kuniczaka The Thousand Hour Day,"inscribed Polish offprint, 1972
17 Kohno, Tetsu. "Tasting a Watermelon by Its Peel: A Report on the Field Trip to the Hasidic Community in Brooklyn, New York City," photocopy typescript, nd
18 Landan, Chaim. "Targum merushel shel yazirat mophet" (The Untidy Translation of Creation of a Miracle), Hebrew typescript, 1975
19 Landis, Joseph C. "Yiddish: A World in Its Words," reprint from Judaism: A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thought, 1962
20 LeClaire, Cynthia. "By Reason of Insanity,""The Devil's Own," and "A King's Ransom," photocopy typescripts, 1983
21 Lesnik, Zille. Unidentified memoir of World War II, typescript, 1972
22 Leon, Masha. "A Conversation with Alma Singer," photocopy typescript with corrections [by Alma Singer], nd
23 Levine, Anna M. Typescript and handwritten poems, nd
24 Lewis, Barbara May. "Blackmail," photocopy typescript, nd
* Lively, Penelope. The Peacock Garden. Corrected galleys, 1979 (*galley files)
25 Lobel, Cathy. Unidentified work on Edgar Allen Poe and "Critique of Aesthetic Experience a la Japanese," typescripts, nd
26 L'vov, Arkadii. "For What Do We Pay?," photocopy typescript translation by Gail S. Gilbert and Susan Cook Summer, nd; "A Brief Narrative Account of My Career," photocopy typescript, nd
27 Mandelbaum, Jewel. "Uncle Arthur," typescript, nd
28 Mandelman, Rachel Brenda (as Mandel, Brenda Jacqueline). "Small Is Very Beautiful," typescript fragment, 1979
29 Marciano, Teresa Donati. "Genesis," photocopy typescript, nd
30 Margolis, David. "A Romance," photocopy typescript, nd
31 May, Moshe. Essay written on the 60th anniversary of the death of Y. L. Peretz, Hebrew tearsheets, nd
32 Medel, Y. "Forblenzeshete tochter" (Lost Daughter), Di Presse Yiddish text
33 Mercur, Wolf. Mercurios. Inscribed printed title page, 1948
34 Michelson, Richard. "A Selection from Tap-Dancing for the Relatives: Poems by Richard Michelson," photocopy typescript poetry, nd
35 Milstone, Morris. "A History of Israel in Pictures," photocopy Sun-Reporter photographic montage, 1974, with photocopy Yiddish typescript poem by Lynn Milstone, nd
36 Murphy, Gardner. "Creativity and Its Relation to Extrasensory Perception,""Direct Contacts with Past and Future: Retrocognition and Precognition,""A Qualitative Study of Telepathic Phenomena," and "Research in Creativeness: What Can It Tell Us about Extrasensory Perception?," all offprints from the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1963-67; "Trends in the Study of Extrasensory Perception,"The American Psychologist tearsheets, nd
Box Folder
172 1-3 Myerhoff, Barbara. Number Our Days, photocopy of typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, [1978]
4 O'Rourke, __. Unidentified short story, photocopy typescript fragment, nd
5 Peretz, Y. L. "The Pious Cat," translation by Joachim Neugroschel, photocopy printed text, 1972
6 Petrakis, Harry Mark. "Dark Eye,"Playboy tearsheets, 1968
7 Porter, Martin. "Portrait of Liora," typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, [1978]
8 Potok, Chaim. "A Planet in Exile," photocopy typescript, nd
9 Powers, Geraldine F. Photocopy typescript about David Peretz, 1973
10 Pratt, Nancy. "Mrs. Isaac Bashevis Singer," typescript, nd
11 Rackman, Joseph. "And His Sons," photocopy typescript, nd
12 Robertson, Agnes. Typescript memoirs, nd (see also "I Remember Father" by Charles Tropionsky)
13 Rosenbaum, Samuel. "Yizkor: In Memory of the Six Million," photocopy typescript text for music by Sholom Secunda
14 Rosenberg, David. "Job Speaks," photocopy of printer's copy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, 1977
15 Rosenfeld, Amy. "The Scrawny Chicken," handwritten manuscript, nd
16 Rosenthal, Seymour. "Never to Forgive or Forget! (Homage to the Six Million)" [statement on "The Meaning of My Lithograph"], signed typescript, 1987 (two copies), with catalogs
17 Roskolenko, Harry. The Time That Was Then, galley proofs, bound, 1971
18 Rosofsky, Iris. "A Kingdom of Priests," photocopy typescript collection of short stories, nd
Box Folder
173 1 Rouff, Ruth A. "Getting Published," typescript, nd
2-3 Rubinowicz, Dawid. Pamietnik photocopy of printed Polish text, 1960; photocopy of printed text of French translation, titled Journal d'un Enfant Juif, 1960
4 Ruby, Walter. "Alma Singer," photocopy The Jewish Monthly tearsheets, April 1982 (two copies and whole issue)
5 Sadan, Dov. Offprints of two Hebrew articles, inscribed to Singer
6 Sanchez, John. "Mamushka," typescript, 1983
7 Sauber, William J. "Growth of Acceptance of the Philosophy of The Fourth Kingdom," photocopy typescript correspondence, summaries of reactions to the book, reviews, articles, and programs, 1975-80
Schachter, Zalman M.
Box Folder
173 8 "How to Become a Modern Hasid,""A Letter on A Tract of Ecstasy,""Nichum Avelim,""Toward an Order of B'nai Or," photocopy tearsheets and reprints, 1964, nd
9 "Patterns of Good and Evil," typescript, nd
10 "Some Thoughts about the Hereafter," photocopy printed text, nd
11-12 Schaeffer, Susan Fromberg. The Queen of Egypt and Other Stories, photocopy printer's copy of typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, 1979
13 Schram, Peninnah. "Telling Tales," in whole issue of Jewish Frontier, Dec. 1972
14 Schüler, Hanna. "Mit dem Friedensvertrag konfrontiert," German clipping, 1979
15 Schwartz, Howard. A Blessing Over Ashes: Parables by Howard Schwartz, photocopy typescript, bound; duplicate photocopy typescript pages, nd
16 Schyljuk, Anna. "Flowers for a Grave," typescript, nd
17 Segal, Rochelle Kurtin. Untitled collection of prose and poetry about aging, photocopy typescript, nd
Box Folder
174 1 Shaw, Dave. "Dream Lover," photocopy typescript fragment, nd
2 Sherwin, Byron L. The Golem Legend: Origins and Implications, photocopy proofs, bound, [1984]
3 Shevrin, Howard and Povl W. Toussieng. "Conflict over Tactile Experiences in Emotionally Disturbed Children," reprint from The Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 1962
4 Shrut, Samuel D. "Coping with the 'Evil Eye' or Early Rabbinical Attempts at Psychotherapy," reprint from The American Imago, 1960
5-6 Shulevitz, Uri. Writing with Pictures: How to Write and Illustrate Children's Books, photocopy of corrected galley proofs; photocopy preliminary dummy, 1985
7 Shulman, Abraham. "The Adventures of a Yiddish Lecturer," photocopy Midstream tearsheets, June/July 1991; typescript introduction, nd
8 Siegal, Aranka. "The Bride," typescript, nd
9 Simon, Neil. Plaza Suite, bound photocopy typescript screenplay, 2 March 1970
10 Sinclair, Michelle Ann. "The Darkness Within, photocopy typescript, nd"
Singer, Alma
"The Boardroom," handwritten fragment in notebook (*see Acceptance Speech for Buber-Rosenzweig Medal)
Box Folder
174 11 "A Day in Westpoint," typescript with handwritten corrections, nd
12 "The French Café," handwritten manuscript in notepad with notes on investments, list of addresses during marriage, list of phone numbers, [1992], nd
13 "The Friend," three typescripts, one with handwritten corrections, nd
14 "How the Nobel Prize Changed Our Life," original and photocopy handwritten manuscript of talk "delivered at Miami University Breakfast for Women's Club 1984-85," with handwritten page of autobiographical notes, nd
15 [with Joann Biondi] A Life with Isaac, publishers' rejection letters, 1992
16 [Memoirs], typescript and handwritten fragments, nd
17 [Notes on death of Christoph Schlotterer], handwritten page, nd
Box Folder
175 1 "The Nurse/The Car," handwritten manuscript, nd
2 [Poems], German handwritten and typescript pages, nd
3 "The Singers in Sweden: Remembrances of the Nobel Ceremony" [lecture], flyer; clippings, 1979
4 [Speech on the occasion of her birthday], corrected typescript, nd
5 [Speech on the occasion of New York street naming], handwritten manuscript, nd
6 "Trip for Medal, March 1981" corrected typescript manuscript about trip to Germany, 1981
7 "What Keeps a Marriage Together," handwritten fragments, nd
Singer, Israel Joshua
Box Folder
175 8 "A Pre-Destined Affair" (A Basherte Zakh), bound photocopy typescript translation by Ida Sable of the short story from Short Stories (Dertzeilungen), nd
9 English and Yiddish review clippings of various works, 1944, 1966-1983; German catalog, 1986
10 Sissking, Mitch. Visitations, bound photocopy proofs, 1984
11 Sommer, Steve. "Raphael," photocopy typescript; photocopy typescript poems, nd
12 Soroka, Joel. "The Buddah of the Kitchen," composite original and photocopy typescript with corrections in unidentified hand, [1975]
Stempel, Yakov
Box Folder
175 13 "Easy to Anger, Easy to Desire,"Di Presse Yiddish text, 24 Sept. 1971
14 "Safed,"Haint text, 1974
Sultan, Stanley
Box Folder
175 15 "A Description of The God of the Waning Year," typescript, nd
16 "The Fugue of the Fig Tree," photocopy printed text, nd
17 Switzer, Ron. Escape, photocopy typescript, bound, [1984]
18 Sykes, Gerald. The Resident Sage, photocopy typescript of two chapters with corrections in unidentified hand, nd
19 Szczesniak, B. B. "The First Chinese Dictionary Published in Europe," inscribed offprint, 1971
20 Tarr, Herbert. A Time for Loving, photocopy typescript review by Robert Gordis; press release, 1972
21 Tenenbom, Tuvia. Money and Love: A Jewish Play, photocopy typescript, 1987 (two copies)
22 Tescher, Jennifer. "The Two Wishes," photocopy handwritten manuscript, 1978
23 Thomas, Melba. Where Have All the Dreamers Gone?, photocopy typescript, bound, nd
Box Folder
176 1-2 Tobin, Gary A. and Sharon L. Sassler. Jewish Perceptions of Antisemitism, photocopy typescript, 1987
3 Trop, Henna-Rochel [Rachel]. [Memoirs], photocopy Yiddish handwritten manuscripts, 1953, 1957, 1967
4 Tropiansky, Charles. "I Remember Father," composite original and photocopy typescript (see also memoirs by Agnes Robertson), [1981]
5 Tsofnas, Aaron. "A Walk Through Israel," Yiddish handwritten manuscript, nd
6 Wagner, Eliot. "Gold in the Streets," photocopy Event tearsheets, Fall 1971
7 Wajsman, Sender. Unidentified work translated from Yiddish, typescript, nd
8 Wallington, Eileen. "Tale of a Flea," typescript, nd
9 Warshawsky, Dov B. Printed Yiddish texts, nd
10 Wasserberg, Marilyn. "Song for an Incarnation," typescript, nd
11 Weichselbaum, Lehman. [Poems], typescripts, nd
12 Wolff, Paul. "Little House on the Prairie: The Craftsman," photocopy typescript fragment of First Draft, nd
Wolitz, Seth L.
Box Folder
176 13 "A Critical History of Yiddish Modernism from World War One to World War Two," photocopy typescript, nd
14 Unidentified photocopy typescript fragment, nd
15 Wolkstein, Diane. "The Turtle Doves," photocopy typescript, nd
16 [Zeitlin, Aaron]. "Free Will and Extant Future," composite photocopy and original handwritten manuscript; composite photocopy handwritten and printed pages, [1961]
Box
177-180 Oversize Materials



Index of Correspondents

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

The names of individuals at least some of whose correspondence is in Yiddish or Hebrew are given in italics. Index entries that include the notation (from Singer) indicate that the person is the recipient of correspondence from Isaac Bashevis Singer.

  • A. J. Hollander & Co. (Per M. Hollander H).--104.1
  • Abbeville Press (Robert E. Abrams)--170.23
  • Abelard-Schuman Ltd. Publishers (Pamela Rubin)--104.1
  • Aberg, Gil--104.1
  • Abraham, Jed H.--104.1
  • Abraham, Philip--104.1
  • Abraham Sutzkever Jubilee Committee (M. Gros-Zimmerman)--104.1
  • Abraham Sutzkever's 70th Birthday Celebration Committee (Dov Sadan, Chone Shmeruk)--104.1
  • Abrahami, Elie, 1941- --104.1
  • Abrahamson, Adi--104.1
  • Abram, Morris B. (see Bar-Adon, Aaron)
  • Abramcyk, Israel--104.1
  • Abramovitch, Sam--104.1
  • Abrams, Kathleen S.--104.1
  • Ackerman, Sidney--104.1
  • Actors Studio (see Norman Mailer)
  • Ad Hoc Sakharov Committee (Sidney Ratner, Eugene P. (Eugene Paul) Wigner)--104.1
  • Adams, Ray, & Rosenberg (Candace Lawrence, Lee Rosenberg, Robert J. Wunsch)--110.2, 117.1, 117.2
  • Adas Shalom Adult Study Institute (Jacob E. Segal)--104.1
  • Adat Shalom Synagogue (Seymour Rosenbloom)--104.1
  • Addesse, Alfredo--104.1
  • Adelphi University (Timothy W. Costello)--104.1
  • Adler, Morris (Congregation Shaarey Zedek (Southfield, Mich.))--104.1
  • Adler, Mortimer Jerome, 1902- --104.1
  • Adler, Myril--104.1
  • Adler, Nathan Daniel (Talmudical Academy (Baltimore, Md.))--104.1
  • Adler, Sidney--104.1
  • Adomián, Lan--104.1 (includes 1 from Singer)
  • Adrian, Rhys--104.1
  • Aerenson, Carol L.--104.1
  • Aerenson, Marjorie--104.1
  • African Jewish Newspaper (Levi Schalit)--104.1
  • Agency for the Performing Arts, Inc. (Bruce Savan) (re. Center Stage, Baltimore)--104.2
  • [Agentverski]--104.2
  • Agenzia Letteraria Internazionale--110.2
  • Agudat Habad be-E. ha-K. Merkaz tse'irim (David Roskin) --104.2
  • Aharon, Rubin--104.2
  • Ahes, Delfiru Augusto--104.2
  • Åhlén & Åkerlunds förlag, Stockholm--104.2
  • Ahnlund, Knut--104.2
  • Aitrakhn, Tsvi--104.2
  • Akerman, M. (Mendl)--104.2
  • Alami, A.--104.2
  • Alban, Edwin--104.2
  • Albert Bonniers förlag (Kurt Bernheim)--104.2
  • Alexander, Edward, 1936- --104.2
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. (Alfred A. Knopf, Joseph C. Lesser, Sidney R. Jacobs, Judith Bailey Jones, William A. Koshland, Jonathan B. Segal, Herbert Weinstock)--104.3, 174.15
  • Aliav, Yaakov (Jacob)--104.3
  • Alk, A. A.--104.3
  • Allan, Jon--104.3
  • Allen, R. Frederick--104.3
  • Allen, Robert F., Jr.--104.3
  • Allentuck, Marcia, 1928- ("Masha") (see also Southern Illinois University Press)--104.3
  • Allschwang, Ruth--104.3
  • Alpern, Lynne--104.3
  • Alpert, Edward--104.3
  • Altman, Joseph N. --104.3
  • Alverno College (Sister Mary Roy McDonald)--104.3
  • Alwin, Philip--104.3
  • Alyagon, Ophra--104.3
  • Am Oved Publishers (see Hotsa'at sefarim 'Am 'oved)
  • Ambatiellos-V. osterum, W., Mrs. (from Judith __)--104.4
  • Ameri Euro Picture Corp. (Yoram Globus, Menahem Golan)--104.4
  • America-Israel Cultural Foundation (Jan Peerce)--104.4
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Raymond Augustine Bauer, Joel Orlen)--104.4
  • American Association of Suicidology (Cynthia R. Pfeffer)--104.4
  • American Baptist Churches of Pennsylvania and Delaware (Richard Leland Firster)--104.4
  • American Committee for Israel's 25th Anniversary Celebration (Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel) Javits, Abraham Ribicoff)--104.4
  • American Friends of Tel Aviv University (Nitza Drori, Avraham Soltes, Leonard A. Waldman)--104.4
  • American Friends of the Hebrew University (Stanley M. Bogen, Josef Perlberg)--104.4
  • American Jewish Archives (Jacob Rader Marcus)--104.4
  • American Jewish Committee (Lucy S. Dawidowicz, Jerome J. Shestack)(see also Present Tense)--104.4
  • American Jewish Congress (Manuel Silver)--104.4
  • American Jewish Congress. Women's Division (Lillian Rabinowich) (see also Bikel, Theodore)--104.4
  • American Jewish Cultural Festival (Adema Potok)--104.4
  • American Jewish Historical Society (Bernard Wax)--104.4
  • American Jewish Public Relations Society (Riki Englander Kosut)--104.4
  • American Judaism (Paul Kresh, Myra Miller)--104.4
  • American Library Association. Children's Services Division (Augusta Baker, Mae Durham, Isabella Jinette)--104.4
  • American Museum of Immigration (Howard E. Crane)--104.4
  • American Poetry Review (Stephen Berg)--104.4
  • American Program Bureau (Carl H. Novotny, Alan S. Walker)--104.4, 117.1, 135.17
  • American Scholar (Hiram Haydn)--104.4
  • Ami, A.--104.4
  • Amram Nowak Associates--104.4
  • Amster, Tobias (see also Stockholms universitet. Zoologiska institutionen)--104.4
  • Andersen, Odd (see Avon Books)
  • Anderson, Katherine--104.5
  • Anderson, Rocky--104.5
  • Anfi, Yitzhak--104.5
  • Anflack, Keith--104.5
  • Angus, Sylvia--104.5
  • Anhalt, Sal--104.5
  • Anker, Marshall--104.5
  • Anshen, S.--104.5
  • Apollo (magazine)--104.5
  • Appel, Benjamin--104.5
  • Appel, Willa (Bard College)--104.5
  • Apple Bank for Savings (Juana Michelena)--142.6
  • Aptekar, Richard--104.5
  • Aragon, Jane Birnbaum--104.5
  • Arbeitskreis für Jugendliteratur (Klaus Dietze)--104.5
  • Arbolitos Argentinos (Joel Gak, Marcos Parischevsky, Jacobo Stempel)--104.5
  • L'Arche (Paris) (Jacques Sabbath)--104.5
  • Ardai, Tibor--104.5
  • Arden, David--104.5
  • Arens, Mathilde--104.5
  • Arets (Tel Aviv, Israel) (Shimon Samet)--104.5
  • Argentine Yiddish Committee (J. Fala, Marc Torje, Mark Turkov)--104.5
  • Aris-Films S. R. L. (Jaskel L. Fuhrer)--104.5
  • Ark (publication) (Geoffrey Gardner)--104.5
  • Arlen, Sam--104.5
  • Armstrong, Hendler & Hirsch (Robert S. Wallenstein) (see Harold Freedman Brandt & Brandt Dramatic Department, Inc.)
  • Armstrong Hirsch Jackoway Tyerman & Wertheimer (George T. Hayum)--110.3
  • Arnold, Jim--104.5
  • Arnold, P.--104.5
  • Arnold, Virginia--104.5
  • Arnon, Joel--104.5
  • Aronson, Gregor, 1887-1968--104.5
  • Arrick, Larry--104.5
  • Arsone, Sarah B.--163.6
  • Art Theatre Production Co. (Andrea Bricks)--104.5
  • Arthur Zigelboim Branch--104.5
  • ARTnews (Milton Esterow)--104.5
  • Ary, Sylvia--104.6 (includes 1 from Singer)
  • Ary-DeRozza, Rachael--104.5
  • Asanovic, Susan--104.7
  • Ashley Famous Agency, Inc. (Martin Rosen) (see also Silver, Joan Micklin) --109.7
  • 'Ashni, Yesha'yahu--104.7
  • Ashoff, Birgitta--104.7
  • Asner, Edward (see Abraham Puchkopf)
  • Atherton, Ginny and John--104.7
  • Asociacion Anticancerosa Israeli (Penia Lafsker)--104.7
  • Associated Humane Societies (Valerie Hawks)--104.7
  • Association of Jewish Journalists (Josef Fraenkel)--104.7
  • Association of Jewish Libraries (Ethel Saferin) (re. Shirley Kravitz Children's Book Award)--104.7
  • Association of Yiddish Authors and Journalists of Israel (see Fareyn fun Yidishe shraybers un zshurnalistn in Yi'sroel)
  • [Atalmet]--104.7
  • Atheneum (New York, N.Y.) (Lee Goerner, Alfred Knopf, Jr.)--104.7, 174.15
  • Atkinson, Barbara (see Cricket, the magazine for children)
  • Atlantic Monthly Press (Emilie W. McLeod, Dan Wakefield)--104.7
  • Atwood, Anthony Dewey--104.7, 169.12
  • Aucoin, Lionel A.--104.7
  • Audit (magazine) (Richard M. Koffler)--104.7
  • Aufbau (New York, N.Y.) (Therese Pol)--104.7
  • Augustana College (Sioux Falls, S.D.) (Morton W. Ryweck)--104.7
  • Aurbach, Rachel--104.7
  • Authors' Guild (U.S.) (Peter Heggie, Elizabeth Janeway, Rex Stout)--104.7, 133.18
  • Averick, Evelyn--104.7
  • Avocado Elementary School (Homestead, Fla.) (Terence E. Garner)--104.7
  • Avon Books (Paula __, Peter Mayer)--104.7
  • Axelrod, Rose--104.7
  • Ayalti, J.--104.7
  • Ayerenthal, Chaim--104.7
  • Azrovich, J.--104.7
  • Babin, Resa--105.1
  • Babula, William "Bill"--105.1
  • Bach, Alice and Carl--105.1
  • Bach, Deborah--105.1
  • Bach, Peter H. and Marietta--105.1
  • [Bachrack], Joseph and Rosa--105.1
  • Bahrenburg, Bruce (Newark news)--105.1
  • Bailey Gerstein Carhart Rashkind Dresnick & Rippingille (Richard R. Gerstein)--142.4
  • Bailey, Paul, 1937- --105.1
  • Baizer, Shia--105.1
  • Baker, Carlton A.--105.1
  • Baker, Daniel C. (New York University Medical Center)--105.1
  • Ballantine Books (Firm) (Michelle Russell)--105.1
  • Baltmos, A. Franklin--105.1
  • Bancroft, Mary--105.1
  • Bandler, Michael J.--105.1
  • Bank, Jerry M.--105.1
  • Bank, Michael--26.24
  • Bantam Books (Firm) (Nessa Rapoport)--105.1
  • Baptia, Temep--105.1
  • Bar-Adon, Aaron--105.1
  • Bar-David Literary Agency (Jaap Bar-David, Abraham Mor)--105.1
  • Bar-David, Yoram, 1927- --105.1
  • Bar-Illan, David and Beverly--105.1
  • Bar-Meir, Aaron (see Aitrakhn, Tsvi)
  • Barbalata, Victor--105.1
  • Barbizon Plaza Library (Wendy Franciscus)--105.1
  • Bard College (Leon Botstein, David C. Pierce, Carl M. Selinger)--105.1
  • Barenbaum, I.--105.1
  • Baro, Gene--105.1
  • Barovick & Konecky (Ronald S. Konecky) (re. Sherry Productions)--110.1
  • Barrett, Stephen K.--105.1
  • Barsony, Margaret--105.1
  • Basic Books (Firm) (Morris Philipson)--109.7
  • Baskin, Leonard, 1922- --105.1
  • Bassian, Miriam Krawetz--105.1
  • Baturin, Stanley--105.1
  • Bauer, Jerry--105.1
  • Bauer (Boier), Ytizhak Mol--105.1
  • Baugniet, Fanny--105.1
  • Baum, Milton--105.1
  • Bauman, Irma Commanday--105.1
  • Bay, André (see also Stock (Firm) and Longanesi & Co.)--105.1
  • Bay Area Council on Soviet Jewry (Michele Sofios)--105.1
  • Bay, Marie-Pierre (see also Stock (Firm))--105.2, 160.1
  • Bayer, Etta--105.1
  • Bayliss, Anwar--105.1
  • Bayne, Josephine A.--105.1
  • Bean, Orson--169.14
  • Bear, Abraham--105.3
  • Bear, Moses and Molly--105.3
  • Bearse, Grace M.--105.3
  • Beck, Evelyn Torton--105.3
  • Becker, Jacob--105.3
  • Becker, Natan--105.3
  • Beeber, Judy--105.3
  • Beeny, Lisa--105.3
  • Behrendt, Joram--105.3
  • Behrman, S. N. (Samuel Nathaniel), 1893-1973 (see Hindus, Milton)
  • Beifeld, Barry--105.3
  • Beker, Lotok--105.3
  • Belfer, Beverly--105.3
  • Belgray, David C. (see William Weinbaum)
  • Bellamy, Malcolm--105.3
  • Beller, Jacob (see also Daily Hebrew Journal and Diario Isrealita)--105.3
  • Bellow, Saul--105.3
  • Belnbak, __--105.3
  • Benarroch, Jose--105.3
  • Bendiner, Elmer--105.3
  • Benedict, Helen--105.3, 110.3
  • Ben-'Ezer, Ehud, 1936- --105.3
  • Ben-Haim, Mula, 1916-1993--105.3
  • Ben-lar Productions, Inc. --105.3
  • Bennett, S. (Australian Jewish News)--105.3
  • Bennington College (Claude Fredericks)--105.3
  • Benousilio, G. J.--105.3
  • Benowitz, Gerry--105.3
  • Benson, Helen Hilary--105.3
  • Benson, Lillian--105.3
  • Benyumen Shekhter Foundation (U. Kumhuc, Mordkhe Shekhter)--105.3
  • Ben-Zion--105.3
  • Bercovitch, Brayne--105.4
  • Bercovitch, J.--105.4
  • Berezowski, Bertha--105.4
  • Berg, Becky--105.4
  • Berg, Benny--105.4
  • Berg, Louis--105.4
  • Berg, Sidney--105.4
  • Berger, Aaron--105.4
  • Berger, Fred E.--105.4
  • Berger, Graenum--131.5
  • Berger, Gustav--105.4
  • Berger, Jeff--105.4
  • Berger, Joseph (Newsday)--162.5
  • Berger, Kalman--105.4
  • Berger, Neil--105.4
  • Berggren, Tobias, 1940- (see also Bergquist, Lars-Göran)--105.4 (includes1 from Singer)
  • Bergner, Babette (Glickman)--105.4
  • Bergner, Herz, 1907-1970--105.4
  • Bergquist, Lars-Göran (Sveriges radio aktiebolag)--105.4
  • Bergstein, A.--105.4
  • Berkley, Miriam--105.4
  • Berkovisht, Anna--105.4
  • Berkovitz, L.--105.4
  • Berkovitz, Moshe--105.4
  • Berlind, Bruce (see Colgate University)
  • Berman, Cassia--105.5
  • Berman, F. I.--105.5
  • Berman, H.--105.5
  • Berman, Levi, 1895- (re. Sarah Berman)--105.5
  • Berman, Phillip L. (Center for the Study of Contemporary Belief)--105.5
  • Berman, Rachel--105.5
  • Berman, Sam, Mrs.--105.5
  • Bermel, Michele L.--105.5
  • Bernard, Vera--105.5
  • Bernards, Solomon S.--105.5
  • Bernheim, Kurt--105.5
  • Bernheim, Mark--105.5
  • Bernier, Gisele--105.5
  • Bernstein, Geri--105.5
  • Bernstein, Israel (Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America)--97.3
  • Bertha Klausner International Literary Agency (Bertha Klausner) (see Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst)
  • Bertman, Martin A.--105.5
  • Besana, Pierangelo--105.5
  • Beserman, Froidi--105.5
  • Beserman, Shlomo and Rachel--105.5
  • Beth Emet The Free Synagogue (Evanston, Ill.) (Frederick B. Richter) --105.5
  • Beth Emeth Religious School (Larchmont, N. Y.) (Edythe Margolin and students)--105.5
  • Beth Jacob Congregation (Beverly Hills) (Maurice Lamm)--105.5
  • Beth Shalom-Aleichem (Tel Aviv)--131.5
  • Beth Tzedec Synagogue (Toronto, Ontario) (Evelyn Wolfe)--105.5
  • Betlman, Asin--105.5
  • Bettman, Louise--105.5
  • Betty Lee Hunt Associates (Maurice Turet)--105.5
  • Between the Lines (television program) (Madeline Rudel Grant)--105.5
  • Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan--105.5
  • Bialin, H.--105.6
  • Bialostotzky, B. J. (Benjamin Jacob), 1892-1962--105.6
  • Bider, Djemma--105.6, 110.2
  • Biderman, Sol--105.6
  • Bikel, Theodore (American Jewish Congress)--105.6
  • Biletzky, Israel Ch., 1914- --105.6
  • Bilik, Dorothy (University of Maryland)--105.6
  • Bilum, Yitzhok--105.6
  • Bindler, Benjamin--131.5
  • Biondi, Joann--174.15
  • Birenbaum, Morris (Moshe)--105.6
  • Birnbaum, Jacob--105.6
  • Birstein, Yossel--105.6
  • Bishai, Kit, Mrs.--105.6
  • Bitoun, Paule--105.6
  • Bitsharni--105.6
  • Bitter, Joyce--105.6
  • Blacker, Irwin R.--105.7
  • Blair, Robert--105.7
  • Blair, Sharon--105.7
  • Blanc, Judy--105.7
  • Blank, J.--105.7
  • Blank, Jacub--105.7
  • Blankfort, Michael, 1907- --105.7
  • Blankstein, Lazar--105.7
  • Blau, Judith--105.7
  • Blei, Norbert--105.7
  • Bloch, Chaim--105.7
  • Bloch, Sam E.--105.7
  • Blocker, Joel (Hadassah Newsletter) (see also Newsweek)--105.7
  • Bloom, A. (see Harper's Magazine)
  • Bloom, Daniel Halevi (National Children's Day Committee)--105.7
  • Bloom, Lary (Tropic Magazine)--105.7
  • Blue Book--105.7
  • Blum, Sara--105.7
  • Blum, Yitshak--105.7
  • Blumberg, Baruch S., 1925- --105.7
  • Blumenfeld, Benny--105.7
  • Blumenthal, Clara--105.7
  • Blumenthal, Netekh--105.7
  • Blumetti, F. Bises--105.7
  • B'nai B'rith. Anti-defamation League (Bidi Finkelstein, Dore Schary)--106.1
  • B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
    • Adelphi University (Leo Lichtenberg)--106.1
    • Bernard M. Baruch School of Business & Public Administration (Marvin Goldfine)--106.1
    • Brandeis University (Idie Benjamin, Margie Shakun, Naomi Smook-- 106.1
    • Cambridge, Mass. (Ben-Zion Gold)--106.1
    • Champaign, Ill. (Nathan Gaynor)--119.6
    • City University of New York (Arthur J. Zuckerman)--106.1
    • Cornell University and Ithaca College (Morris Goldfarb)--106.1
    • Dartmouth College (Larry Edwards)--106.1
    • Hofstra College (Adam Fisher, Leo Lichtenberg, Ronnie Schulman)-- 106.1
    • Hunter College (Emily L. Karan, Marvin Goldfine)--106.1
    • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Herman Pollack)--106.1
    • Ohio State University (Harry Kaplan)--119.6
    • Pennsylvania State University (Norman T. Goldberg)--106.1
    • Queens College, New York, N.Y. (Saul Kraft)--106.1
    • Rutgers University (Moshe Avraham Birnbaum)--106.1
    • State University of New York (Justin Hofmann)--119.6
    • University of Chicago (Max D. Ticktin)--106.1
    • University of Connecticut (H. Hirsch)--106.1
    • University of Iowa (Lee Diamond, Jeffrey R. Portman)--106.1
    • University of Minnesota (Louis Milgrom)--106.1
    • Wayne State University (Max Kapustin)--106.1
    • Winnipeg, Canada (Irving P. Glickman) (see National Jewish Welfare Board)
  • B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations (Lily Edelman, Saul Goldberg, Howard M. Frank)--106.1
  • B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations (Smith College and Amherst College) (Yechiael Lander)--106.1
  • B'nai B'rith Women (Blanche Schiff, Evelyn Wasserstrom)--106.1
  • B'nai B'rith Women. Tabor Chapter (Linden, N.J.) (Marilyn Savran)--106.1
  • B'nai Jeshurun (Cleveland Heights, Ohio) (Jules Bookatz, Rey Macknin, Saul Meisels)--106.1
  • Bnai Zion Zionist Fraternal Organization. Western Region Council (Fred Kahan)--106.1
  • Board of Jewish Education (New York, N.Y.) (Alvin I. Schiff)--106.2
  • Board of Rabbis of Southern California. Radio-TV Committee (Michael Menitoff)--106.2
  • Bodner, Leo--106.2
  • Bodoff, Lippma--106.2
  • Bogage, Lewis--106.2
  • Bokförlaget Bra Böcker (see Bra Böcker)
  • Bokser, Ben Zion--106.2
  • Bonini, Gene--106.2
  • Book-of-the-Month Club (Jacqueline Deval, Gloria Norris, Al Silverman, Ralph Thompson)--82.6, 106.2
  • Book Week (see Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Book Week (New York Herald Tribune) (Belle Rosenbaum, Gene Shalit, 1936- , Ted Solotaroff, 1928- )--106.2
  • Book World (Byron Dobell)--106.2
  • Bookman Literary Agency--110.3
  • Books with Labor, Inc. (Yerucham Luria)--106.2
  • Boostan Mod Enterprises Ltd. (Varda Inbary)--110.2
  • Borack, Barbara, 1942- --106.2
  • Borchard, Ruth Berendsohn--106.2
  • Borenstein, Emily & Morris--106.2
  • Borenstein, Miriam--106.2
  • Bornstein, Ella--106.2
  • Boroson, Rebecca--106.2
  • Borow, Rena--106.2
  • BOSARTS (newspaper) (Mary Baures)--106.2
  • Bösicke, Karsten--106.2
  • Boston Public Library (Ada A. Andelman)--106.2
  • Boston University Journal (Paul Kurt Ackermann, 1919- )--106.2
  • Boston University. Libraries. (Howard B. Gotlieb)--106.2
  • Botoshansky, Jacob, 1895- --106.2
  • Bototunt, Verib--106.2
  • Bott, Simon--106.2
  • Bouzas, Rubi-Marta--106.2
  • Bow, Ernie L.--106.2
  • Bowes, Alys--106.2
  • Bowits, Jack--106.2
  • Bowker, Albert H.--106.2
  • Boyarsky, Steven--106.2
  • Boys' Life (Jean Lilly, Stanley Poshko)--106.2
  • Bra Böcker (Rolf Janson, Gull Sjösten, Gil Dahlström)--106.3, 149.5
  • Bradford, Virginia (see Arden, David)
  • Braginsky, Simon--106.4
  • Brandeis Institute (Brandeis, Calif.) (Shlomo Bardin)--106.3
  • Brandeis University (Eunice S. Gilford, Verna Fine Gordon, Abram Leon Sachar )--106.3
  • Brandeis University. National Women's Committee (Reeva D. Glennon, Marcia Rivin, Edith M. Roemer, Rita Schore)--106.3
  • Brandeis University. National Women's Committee. Greater Patterson Area Chapter (Edith M. Roemer)--106.3
  • Brandhandler, S.--106.3
  • Brandler, Ephraim--106.3
  • Brandrud, Rolf--162.4
  • Brandt & Brandt (see Harold Freedman Brandt & Brandt Dramatic Department, Inc. )
  • Braude, Ben B.--106.3
  • Braude, William G. (William Gordon), 1907-1988--106.3
  • Braun White Productions (Zev Braun, Irving S. White)--106.3, 109.7
  • Braun, Zev--106.3
  • Braverman-Mirisch, Inc. (Millicent Braverman)--110.3
  • Brawarsky, Sandee--106.3
  • Brazin, Bernard--106.3
  • Brean Murray, Foster Securities Inc. (Norman C. Fields)--106.3
  • Bredesen, Carolyn (Mrs. Norman Spector)--106.3
  • Bregman, I.--106.3
  • Breiner, Ricka Silverman--106.3
  • Breinin, S.--106.3
  • Breitrose, Shirley--106.3
  • Brenner, Anna--106.3
  • Brenner, Dan M.--106.3
  • Brent, Laura (Westcott School, Northbrook, Ill.)--106.3
  • Brewer, Thomas B., 1932- --106.3
  • Brickner, Balfour, 1926- (Commission on Interfaith Activities)--106.3
  • Brighton Presbyterian Church (George E. Ulp)--106.3
  • Brigitte (__ Kaufman)--132.7
  • Brisson, James F.--106.3
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (Stephany Marks, Silvio Narizzano, Louise Purslow, Janine Ralph, Irene Shubik, Della Wasserman)--106.5
  • Britton, Burt, 1933- --106.3
  • Broad and Cassel (Joanne M. Bogdon-Diaz, Michael A. Dribin, Patricia Lebow)--132.22, 142.6, 142.7, 142.8
  • Broder, Herman--106.6
  • Brodovsky, Sue--163.6
  • Brodsky, Beverly--106.6
  • Bromberg, Dorotea (see Brombergs Bokforlag)
  • Brombergs Bokforlag (Dorotea Bromberg)--106.6, 110.3, 117.2, 132.9
  • Bronowski, Jacob, 1908-1974 (The Salk Institute)--106.6
  • Brooks, Jim--106.6
  • Brooks, Susan--106.6
  • Broshi, Z. (Zelik), 1907- --106.6
  • Brown, Arthur W., 1917- --106.6
  • Brown, Daniel R.--106.6
  • Brown, Marcia--106.6
  • Browns, Kh. Kh.--106.6
  • Broyde, Raya & Samuel--106.6
  • Broyde, Ruth Ariella--106.6
  • Bruell, Anna--106.6
  • Brunn, Helene--106.6
  • Bruskin, C. E.--106.6
  • Brussel, Geraldine--106.6
  • Brustair, Bob--106.6
  • Bryks, Rachmil--106.6
  • Buchanan, John--106.7
  • Buchen, Irving H., 1930- (see also Fairleigh Dickinson University)--106.7
  • Budgar, Esther--106.7
  • Budwick, Sidney Jonas--106.7
  • Bueller, Byron--106.7
  • Buker, Nathan--106.7
  • Buketoff, Lydia T.--106.7
  • [Bukopht], Sam--106.7
  • Bulfer, Menachem--106.7
  • Bulla, Gisela--106.7
  • Bulman, Aaron E.--106.7, 169.22
  • Bulwa, Lillian--106.7
  • Bundesversicherungsanstalt für Angestellte--106.7
  • Buras, Marek--106.7
  • Burchett, Ronald W.--106.7
  • Burgin, Richard (see also New York Arts Journal)--106.7, 117.1, 163.7, 164.7, 164.8
  • Burla-Adar, Ofra--106.7
  • Burleigh, Charles, Mrs. (see Harper's Magazine)
  • Burlington Free Press (Margaret A. Maurice)--106.7
  • Burman, Isaac--106.7
  • Burman, R.(Mrs. Isaac)--106.7
  • Burnshaw, Stanley, 1906- --106.7
  • Burrelle's Press Clipping Service (Carma Casper)--106.7
  • Burski, P.--106.7
  • Burstein, A.--106.7
  • Bursztyn, M., 1897-1945--106.7
  • Bursztyn, Tsaias (Shayes)--106.7
  • Butler, Francelia, 1913- --106.7
  • Butler, Jablow & Geller (see General Artists Corp.)
  • Butterfield, Eileen A.--106.7
  • Byer, Etta--106.7
  • Cahn, Beatrice Geball--107.1
  • Cahn, Hirsch--107.1
  • Cahn, Morton D.--107.1
  • Cahnman, Werner Jacob, 1902- --107.1
  • Calhoun, Daniel Morris--107.1
  • California State Prison at San Quentin (Herman K. Spector)--107.1
  • California State University, Fresno. School of Education and Human Development (Arne Nixon) (re. Festival of Children's Books)--107.1
  • California State University, Northridge. Libraries (Dennis Bakewell)--107.1
  • Calisher, Hortense--107.1
  • Calvin, Melvin, 1911- --173.7
  • Cameron, Eleanor, 1912- --107.1
  • Camiel, Zel and Jeanne--107.1
  • Campbell, Cynthia--2.3
  • Campbell, Sandy--107.1
  • Canada Council (Linda Rhodes)--107.1
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Keith Gill, Dorothy Haynes, John Macleod)--107.1, 109.6
  • Canadian Committee for the Publication of Dr. Sambatyon's Talmudic Dictionary (re. Moshe Sambatyon, 1913- )--107.1
  • Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University (Daniel Ben-Natan, Allan Bronfman, Jack Jacobson)--107.1
  • Canadian Jewish Congress (M. Cantor, Joseph Klinghofer, Igor Kuchinsky, __ Lermer, __ Plaut, Alan Rose) (see also McGill University. B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation)--107.1
  • Canadian Jewish News--107.1
  • Canick, M. Leon--107.1
  • Canick, Sheba (Mrs. M. Leon)--107.1
  • Cannon, Leslie Riley--107.1
  • Cantaron, Ellen--107.1
  • Canter, Verne--107.1
  • Cantor, Scott--107.1
  • Carke, Mary--107.1
  • Carl Hanser Verlag (Fritz Arnold, Michael Krüger, Tatjana Michaelis, Christoph Schlotterer, Joachim Spencker)--88.3, 107.2, 110.2, 110.3
  • Carle, Eric--110.2
  • Carlson, Torbjorn--107.1
  • Carman, Paul--107.1
  • Carnegie-Mellon University. Dept. of Public Relations (Edmund Delaney)--107.1
  • Carnegie-Mellon University. Office of the President (Richard Michael Cyert)--107.1
  • Carol Publishing Group (Gail Kinn)--174.15
  • Carr, Hazel--107.1
  • Carr, Maurice (see also Jerusalem Post and Spotlight Publications)--107.3
  • Carrine, Charles--107.1
  • Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. (Kent Carroll)--107.1
  • Carter, Jimmy, 1924- --107.1
  • Carton, M, b. 1888--107.1
  • Carton, Sharon F.--107.1
  • Carus, Dorothy--107.1
  • Carver, Stephen N.--107.1
  • Cathedral of St. James (Brooklyn, N.Y.) (James F. Hinchey)--107.1
  • Cavalier (magazine) (Warren Picower)--107.1
  • Cazary, Susan--107.1
  • Censor, F.--107.1
  • Center for the Study of Contemporary Belief (see Phillip Berman)
  • Central Conference of American Rabbis Journal (Joseph R. Narot)--107.1
  • Central Synagogue (New York, N.Y.) (Lewis E. Bogage)--107.1
  • Central Yiddish Culture Organization (Iser Goldberg)--107.1
  • Centre communautaire laïc juif (Brussels, Belgium) (David Susskind)--107.1
  • Centre Georges Pompidou (Blaise Gautier)--107.1
  • Centre Saidye Bronfman (Marion Andre, Per K. Brask, Nahum Ravel, Louise Roskies, Dora Wasserman)--33.15, 107.1, 135.17
  • Centro Cultural Sholen Aleijem (Pinchas Davidovitch, Moshe Lande)--107.1
  • Cĕrnych, Zdenĕk and Mirka--107.1
  • Chabad Rehabilitation in Israel (S. Gourary)--107.4
  • Chalek, Rose--107.4
  • Chalfen, B.--107.4
  • Chamberlain, Ethel L.--107.4
  • Chan, Joe--107.4
  • Chance, Tony M.--107.4
  • Chariton, Morris--107.4
  • Charles G. Hoffman--107.4
  • Charles Scribner's Sons (Clare Costello, Marfe Ferguson, Donald Hutter, Elizabeth Shub)--107.4, 117.2
  • Charnes, Alvin E., Mrs.--107.4
  • Charney, A.--107.4
  • Charney, S. (see Niger, Samuel, 1883-1955)
  • Charney, Shulamith--107.4
  • Chase, Isadore G.--107.4
  • Chatham (N. J.) Public Library (Frank Deodene)--107.4
  • Chava, Avraham--107.4
  • Chazin, Carole--107.4, 132.15
  • Chaya, Colline--107.4
  • Chelsea Theater Center (New York, N.Y.) (Michael David, Robert Kalfin,Barbrah Messing) (see also Centre Saidye Bronfman and Giglio, Gino)--94.8, 107.4
  • Chernin, Kim--107.4
  • Chernoff, Blanche--107.4
  • Chesney, Shirley--107.5
  • Chetarn-Fayrshteyn, Anton--107.5
  • Chicago Public Library. Lake View Branch (Ingrid Lesley)--107.5
  • Chicago Review (Leonard Shaykin)--107.5
  • Chicago Sun Times (Susan Bishop, Herman Kogan)--107.5
  • Children's Theatre Association of America (Judith B. Kase)--107.5
  • Childs, David--107.5
  • Chinalha, Roberto Milanda--107.5
  • Chinn, Carol--107.5
  • Chodorov, Edward, 1904-1988--107.5
  • Chouquet, Nadine--107.5
  • Christensen, Bonniejean (Mrs. Francis)--107.5
  • Christian Science Monitor (Melvin Maddocks)--107.5
  • Chuchem, Moyshe--107.5
  • Chukovskii, Kornei, 1882-1969 (see also Ginsburg, Mirra)--107.5
  • Churnin, Nancy--107.5
  • Chute, B. J. (Beatrice Joy), 1913-1987--107.5
  • Chute, Marchette Gaylord, 1909- --107.5
  • Chutro, Liisa--107.5
  • Cibulka, Frank--107.5
  • Cinema Sound, Ltd. (Joan Franklin)--107.5
  • Cirino, Linda D.--107.5
  • Cirker, Adam--107.5
  • City University of New York (Edmond Loris Volpe) (see Allentuck, Marcia)
  • Clark, Allen (see also Harper's Magazine)--107.5
  • Clark, Geoffrey, 1940- --107.5
  • Clingenpeel, Gail--107.5
  • Coelho, Janet--107.6
  • Cogan, Nelly Bly--107.6
  • Cohen, Florence--107.6
  • Cohen, G.--107.6
  • Cohen, Gilda R.--107.6
  • Cohen, Hirsh--107.6
  • Cohen, Lauren--107.6
  • Cohen, M. Charles--107.6
  • Cohen, Morris E.--107.6
  • Cohen, Phyllis--107.6
  • Cohen, Rosanna Gerber (see Gerber, Rosanna)
  • Cohen, Sarah and George--107.6
  • Cohen, Sarah Blacher--107.6, 117.1
  • Cohen, Tilly and Norman B.--107.6
  • Cohen, Yosl, 1897- --107.6
  • Cohn, Arlene--107.6
  • Cohn, Rella Israly--107.6
  • Cole, Joyce--107.6
  • Colgate University (Thomas A. Bartlett, Bruce Berlind, Craig L. Pritchard, B. S. Ryder) --107.6
  • College of Marin (Kentfield, Conn.) (Sydney Goldstein)--107.6
  • Collins, Margaret--165.28
  • Collins, Rima (Southern Review)--117.1
  • Colodner, Solomon, 1908- --107.6
  • Colten, Ruth and Aaron--107.6
  • Columbia University (Isidor B. Hoffman, 1898- , Frank MacShane, George E. Warren)--107.6
  • Columbia University. Libraries (Kenneth A. Lohf, Charles Sheer)--107.6
  • Colwin, Laurie--107.6
  • Comite Martchenko (Jil Silberstein, 1948- )--107.7
  • Commentary (New York, N. Y.) (Sherry Abel, Ruth Dalin, Norman Podhoretz, Miriam Siegmeister, Ted Solotaroff, 1928- )--107.7
  • Commission on Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the Central Conference of American Rabbis (Alexander M. Schindler)--109.6, 133.32
  • Commissioner of Immigration (see Forverts)
  • Commitment (Television program) (see Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles)
  • Committee for the Free World (Midge Decter)--107.7
  • Committee for the Yiddish-English Phraseological Dictionary--107.7
  • Committee for U. N. Integrity (Kenneth Joseph Arrow, 1921- , Sir Isaiah Berlin, Hans Albrecht Bethe, 1906- , Felix Bloch, 1905- , Robert J. Kibbee, 1921- , André Lwoff, 1902- , Elie Wiesel, 1928- )--107.7
  • Committee of Concern. Conference on the Plight of Soviet Jewry (Moshe Decter)--107.7
  • Committee to Celebrate the 75th Birthday of Yafayim Yeshurin--107.7
  • Community Loft (Julie Lewin, Mary Sochet)--107.7
  • Compagnie générale transatlantique--107.7
  • Computer Assisted Research On Line (Carolyn Sherman)--107.7
  • Conahan, Grace--107.7
  • Concerned Jewish Citizens of Wisconsin (Zvi Deutsch)--107.7
  • Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews (Martin Luther King, Jr., Norman Thomas)--107.7
  • Confrontation (Martin Tucker)--107.7
  • Congrat-Butlar, Stefan--107.7
  • Congregation Beth David (Miami, Fla.). Religious School (Susan Cazary and students)--107.7
  • Congregation Beth El (Montreal) (Yehudah Elberg) --107.7
  • Congregation Beth El (New London, Conn.) (Rita Hendel)--107.7
  • Congregation Beth Shalom (Pittsburgh, Pa.) (Moshe V. Goldblum)--107.7
  • Congregation Beth Sholom (Lawrence, N.Y.) (Gilbert Klaperman)--107.7
  • Congregation Beth Sholom (Richland, Wa.) (Alma Cahn)--107.7
  • Congregation B'nai Jeshurun (New York, N.Y.) (William Berkowitz)--107.7
  • Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun (Milwaukee, Wis.) (Dudley Weinberg)--107.7
  • Congregation Mishkan Israel (Hamden, Conn.) (Robert Eugene Goldburg,)--107.7
  • Congregation Ohabai Sholom (Nashville, Tenn.) (Randall M. Falk, Annette Levy)--107.7
  • Congregation Rodeph Sholom (New York, N.Y.) (Louis Newman)--107.7
  • Congregation Shaarey Zedek (Southfield, Mich.) (Irwin Groner, __ Levits and students, Gerald A. Teller)--107.7
  • Congregation Sons of Israel (Allentown, Pa.) (Lottie Robins)--107.7
  • Congress for Jewish Culture (Joseph C. Landis, Hyman B. Bass)--107.7
  • Connecticut Jewish Ledger (Berthold Gaster)--108.1
  • Consejo Argentino de Mujeres Israelitas (Rita De Spira, Sara de Breitman)--108.1
  • Contemporary Authors (Barbara Kopala)--108.1 (includes 1 from Singer)
  • Contemporary Literature (Cyrena N. Pondrom)--108.1
  • Cooke, Anne and William S.--108.1
  • Cooke, Pat, 1935- --108.1
  • Coolidge, Tunni--108.1
  • Coomer, Joe--108.1
  • Cooper, Anne Schiff--108.1
  • Cooper, Morris--108.1
  • Cooper, Stephanie R.--108.1
  • Cooperman, Eliezer--108.1
  • Cooperstock, Aryeh and Michal--108.1
  • Coopman, Mira--108.1
  • Corey, Jeanne--108.1
  • Corgi and Bantam Books (Michael R. Legat)--108.1
  • Corning Clionian Circle (Corning, N. Y.) (Betty R. White)--108.1
  • Corrado, __ (see Malamud, Bernard)
  • Corwin, June--108.1
  • Cosmopolitan (New York, N.Y.) (Junius Adams)--108.1
  • Costello, Timothy W.--108.1
  • Courtney, Florence E. (Rochester Institute of Technology)--108.1
  • Courtney, Rosemary P.--108.1
  • Cousteau, Jacques Yves (see Lawry, Eleanor)
  • Cowan, Tom--108.1
  • Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc. (Harriet Blacker Algrant) (see also Rowland, Beatrice L.)--108.1
  • Craft, Carolyn--108.2
  • Craig, Sarah--108.2
  • Crampton, Nancy--108.2
  • Crane, Adam--108.2
  • Crane, Pamela--108.2
  • Crane, Sandy--108.2
  • Crawford, Cheryl, 1902-1986 (see Snyder, Jacob M.)
  • Crawford, Melody--108.2
  • Creative Projects (Lucy Jarvis)--108.2
  • Cricket & Company (London, England)--108.2
  • Cricket, the magazine for children (Thomas G. Anderson, Marianne Carus, Shirley Rady, Sherwood J. B. Sugden, Robert J. Willmot)--108.3, 117.1
  • Critic (Chicago) (Joel Wells)--108.2
  • Croll, Theodore "Ted"--108.2
  • CROMOS (magazine) (Rodolfo C. Quebleen)--108.2
  • Crosscurrents (Linda Brown Michelson)--108.2
  • Crossingham, C. E. (Chase), Jr.--108.2
  • Crown Publishers (Morrell Gipson)--108.2
  • Crump, Suzanne--108.2
  • Cukier,Mosse (Cucker, Moszko)--108.2
  • Cukierkopf, Maximo--108.2
  • Cukierkopf, Samuel (see Forvertz)
  • Cukierman, Leon--108.2
  • Cultural Commission of the Bundish Organization of New York (see Kazdan, Ch. S.)
  • Cunningham, Rob--108.2
  • Current Biography (Charles Moritz)--108.2
  • Curtis Brown Ltd. (Ellen Levine, Gilbert Parker)--108.2, 117.1
  • Curtis Publishing Company (Marian M. Castell)--108.2
  • Cutler-Shaw, Joyce, 1932- --108.4
  • Cyber, Marty (The Cyber City/USA Initiative)--108.2
  • Czerniak, Sofia--108.2
  • D., B.--108.5
  • Dade County (Fla.). Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court (Maxine Rawls)--108.5
  • Daily Hebrew Journal (Jacob Beller)--108.5
  • Daman, D. Leon--108.5
  • Damesets, Shlomo--108.5
  • Dane County Mental Health Center (Wis.) (Norton Stoler)--108.5
  • Daniels, John H.--2.7,108.5
  • Dann, Jack--108.5
  • Daphne Productions (Dick Cavett) (see Parker, Alex S.)
  • Darriau, Jean-Paul, 1929- --108.5
  • Dashow, R. P.--108.5
  • Dauzenroth, Erich--108.5
  • David J. Mandel (see Mandel, David J.)
  • David McKay Company, Inc. (Gordon T. R. Anderson, Carolyn Anthony, Eleanor Rawson)--108.5
  • David Miller--71.8
  • David, Yoram Bar--108.5
  • Davids, Julius--108.5
  • Davidson, Addie--108.5
  • Davidson, Bruce, 1933- and Emily (Magnum Photos, Inc.)--108.5, 146.3
  • Davidson, David--108.5
  • Davidson, Gustav, 1895-1971 (Poetry Society of America)--108.5
  • Davidson, J.--108.5
  • Davidson, S.--108.5
  • Davis, Elsie and Ben--108.5
  • Davis, Glenn--108.5
  • Davis, Matt--108.5
  • Davis, Nathan S.--108.5
  • Davis, Salomon--108.5
  • Davison, Lynn--108.5
  • Dawson, Herbert, Mrs.--108.5
  • Day: Jewish Journal (M. Unger) (see also Rudoy, Pinhas)--108.5
  • Dayan, Ruth (re. Dalia Ravikovitch)--108.5
  • [Dayevarg]--108.5
  • De Bandlebon, Patricia W.--108.6
  • De Céspedes, Alba, 1911- --108.6
  • De Groot, Marjolyn--108.6
  • De La Cruz, Araceli Ledesma--108.6
  • De Lamadrid, Victor Gil--108.6
  • De Medici, Alexander--144.5
  • De Piszk, Rosita Kalina--108.6
  • Decalogue Society of Lawyers (Edward R. Jordan)--108.6
  • DeFrancis, Dorothy--108.6
  • Deitelbaum, David--108.6
  • Delg, Shlomo--108.6
  • Demblin, B. (Benjamin), b. 1897--108.6
  • Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee (U.S.) (re. Olaf Palme)--108.6
  • Denholtz, Elaine--108.6
  • Depew, Mark--108.6
  • Desser, Hanna and Abraham (see also Present Tense)--108.6
  • Detroit Public Library. Friends (C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr.)--108.6
  • Deutsch, Etta--108.6
  • Deutscher Koordinierungsrat der Gesellschaften für Christlich-Jüdische Zusammenarbeit (Otto Schenk, Martin Stöhr) (re. Buber-Rosenzweig Medal)--108.6, 110.3
  • Development Corporation for Israel--108.6
  • Devir (Firm)--108.6
  • Di Veroli, Elèna Mortara--108.6
  • Diafilms (Joseph J. M. Saleh)--108.6
  • Dial Press (Anne Knauerhase)--108.6 (includes 1 from Singer)
  • Diamant, Zanvel--108.6
  • Diamond, David--108.6
  • Diamond, Mark--108.6
  • Diamond, Steven--108.6
  • Diario Israelita--108.6
  • Dickler, Rachel--108.6
  • Dickman, Betty--108.7
  • Dickstein, Frida--108.6
  • Dijk, Cornelia Van--108.6
  • Dike, Donald A.--108.6
  • [Dilin], Shimon--108.6
  • Dillon, Eilís, 1920- --108.6
  • Dillon, Joshua--108.6
  • Dimensions in American Judaism (Myrna Pollak)--108.6
  • Dinerman, Barbara--108.6
  • Dlugacz, Gloria--108.8
  • Dluznowsky, Berta--108.8
  • Dluznowsky, Moshe--108.8
  • Dobbs, Florence--108.8
  • Dr. I. N. Steinberg Book Committee (Nathan Turak)--108.8
  • Dogin, John H.--108.8
  • Donow, Morris E.--108.8
  • Dorenbush, Jacob--108.8
  • Dorevitch, H.--108.8
  • Dorfman, Rose and Ray--108.8
  • Dorfman, Z.--108.8
  • Dorin, Walter--108.8
  • Doubleday and Company, Inc. (Shaye Areheart, Robert T. Heller, Angela Iadavaia-Cox, E. J. Leonard, Alex Liepa, Betty A. Prashker, Sandy Richardson, Eve F. Roshevsky, Samuel S. Vaughan)--109.1 (includes 1 from Singer, in Alma's hand), 117.1, 117.2, 164.7
  • Douglas Villiers Publishing Ltd. (Douglas Villiers)--108.8
  • Doumar, Curtis, Cross, Laystrom & Perloff (Jeffrey S. Wachs)--142.7
  • Drake, Theresa--108.8
  • Dramatists Guild (Louise S. Jensen)--108.8
  • Drayer, Rebecca--108.8
  • Drazin, Morris L.--108.8
  • Dressler, Susan--108.8
  • Droik, M.--108.8
  • Dujack, Inge Wasserman--108.8
  • Dujack, Susan--108.8
  • Dulzin, A. L. (Arieh L.), 1913- --108.8
  • Du Mont Broadcasting Corporation (Marlene Sanders)--108.8
  • Dunford, Judith--108.8
  • Dunning, J. O.--108.8
  • Dunow, Berta (see Dluznowski, Berta)
  • Dupre, Gabriele Nicolaus--108.8
  • Dykaar, Bella--108.8
  • Dykaar, David E. and Raquel--108.8
  • Dziupla, __ --108.8
  • E., P.--109.2
  • E. P. Dutton (Firm) (Bill Whitehead)--172.1
  • East Islip Public Library (East Islip, N.Y.) (Gertrude F. Schweibish)--109.2
  • East Meadow Public Library (East Meadow, N.Y) (Frederic A. Krahn, Margery Rosin)--109.2
  • East Texas State University. Dept. of Literature and Languages (Nereo Condini, 1940- )--109.2, 110.2
  • East West Network, Inc. (Barbara Ann Harmon)--133.25
  • Eber, Evelyn--109.2
  • Ebersoll, Lisel--109.2
  • Ebon, Martin--109.2
  • Edelbaum, Meyer--109.2
  • Edelman, Elaine--109.2
  • Edelman, G. I.--109.2
  • Edgar, Bill--109.2
  • Éditions Robert Laffont (C. Benard)--109.2
  • Ehrenreich, Isaac--109.2
  • Eichenthal, Herman--109.2
  • Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (Therese Schweizer)--109.2
  • Eimer, F.--109.2
  • Einhorn, A.--109.2
  • Einhorn, Sol--3.3
  • Eisenberg, Esther--109.2
  • Eisenberg, Hilda--109.2
  • Eisenberg, Israel, 1915- --109.2
  • Eisenberg, Ruth--109.2
  • Eisenstadt, Tehilah--109.2
  • Eisenstein, Bernice--109.2
  • Elberg, Yehudah--109.2
  • Elbogen, Paul, 1894- --109.2
  • Elikan, Marc--109.2
  • Eliner, Esther--109.2
  • Elitraum, Sholem (see Furman, Yehudi)
  • Ellias, Helen Joseph--109.2
  • Ellick, M. L.--109.2
  • Elliot, Sydnee--109.2
  • Ellis, Edward Robb (Maturity News Service)--109.2
  • Elman, Cila--109.2
  • Elman, Richard M.--109.2
  • Elmer Holmes Bobst Library (see New York University)
  • Ely, Richard--109.2
  • Emergency Yeshiva Fund for Needy Children of Yeshiva Day School (Abe Graff)--109.3
  • Emeritus Foundation (Karen Friedman)--109.3
  • Emerson, Scott--109.3
  • Emiot, Israel--109.3
  • Emirēs, Giannēs Ēl--109.3
  • Emory University (Herbert R. Karp, Albert E. Stone)--109.3
  • Encounter (London) (Marcia Albright, Melvin J. Lasky, Stephen Spender)--109.3, 109.7
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica (Ann Englander, Warren E. Preece)--109.3
  • Endas, Edna--109.3
  • Enenzek, A.--109.3
  • Enfance Publishing Co., Ltd. (Peter Rosoff)--109.3
  • Enfas, Yitzhak--109.3
  • Engel, Evelyn--109.3
  • Engel, Maris Serena--109.3
  • Engel, Moshe--109.3
  • Engelberg, Rosalyn--109.3
  • Englander, Ann (see also Encyclopaedia Britannica)--109.3
  • Englund, Kristina--109.3
  • Enslin, Theodore--109.3
  • Epstein, Alvin, 1925- (see Guthrie Theater)
  • Epstein, Elli--109.4
  • Epstein, Fanny and Irving L.--109.4
  • Epstein, Lawrence J. (Lawrence Jeffrey)--109.4
  • Epstein, Stephen S.--109.4
  • Epstein, W.--109.4
  • Epstein, Zygmunt--109.4
  • Erdberg, S. (Samson), 1891-1962--109.4
  • Erger, Otto--109.4
  • Erich Linder Agenzia Letteraria Internazionale (see Linder AG)
  • Eriksson, Sten--109.4
  • Erlich, Shoshke (Mrs. Alexander)--109.4
  • Ersoff, Marcie--109.4
  • Erwin Leiser Filmproduktion--109.4
  • Esanu, Katsky, Korins & Siger (Warren H. Esanu)--132.23
  • Escuela I. L. Peretz (Tsitrin Shlomo)--109.4
  • Escuela Schólem Aléijem (Buenos Aires)--109.4
  • Esquire (New York, N.Y.) (R. K. Brewer, Robert Brown, Byron Dobell, Gordon Lish, Edward Sigall, Terence Sullivan)--18.1, 109.4
  • Esterson, Sidney I., Mrs.--109.4
  • Etaiel, Bayer--109.4
  • Eternal light (Television program) (see Jewish Theological Seminary of America)
  • Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation (Cinda Gabe)--109.4
  • Exile (Toronto) (Barry Callaghan)--109.4
  • Express (see Unzer Express)
  • Extra! (New York, N.Y.) (Susan Epstein)--109.4
  • Eynenthal, Kh.--109.4
  • Eytan, Rachel--109.4
  • F., C.--109.5
  • Fabian, Rainer, 1935- --109.5
  • Fábián, Tibor--109.5
  • Faerstein, Chana--109.5
  • Fagelman, L.--109.5
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University (Irving H. Buchen, Leonard Grob)--109.5
  • Falk, Marcia--109.5
  • Falk, Ruth--109.5
  • Fankushen, Elenora Lea--169.38
  • Faranda, Lisa Pater, 1952- --109.5
  • Farband-Labor Zionist Order (U.S.)--109.5
  • Farber, Erich A. (see Winkler, Morris)
  • Fareyn fun Yidishe shraybers un zshurnalistn in Yi'sroel (M. (Mordekhai) Tsanin , Itzjok Perlow)--109.5
  • Fareyn fun Yidishe shrayber un zshurnalistn in Frankraykh--109.5
  • Farrar, Straus and Company (see Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
  • Farrar, Straus and Cudahy (see Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
  • Farrar, Straus & Giroux (Reisa Arnold, Aaron Asher, Helene Atwan, Faith Freeman Barbato, Lucine Bellocchio, Elizabeth Besobrasow, Ursula Bender, Jenifer H. Berman, Adam J. Bubrow, Susan Burns, Lynn Caine, Mary Cash, Chris Casson, Arthur A. Cohen, Julie F. Coryn, Clare Costello, Paula Diamond, Viola Dick, Michael di Capua, Madeline Duane, Edmund L. Epstein, Karen Everett, John Farrar, Kerry Fried, Rhoda F. Gamson, Robert Giroux, Lynn Goldberg, Carmen Gomezplata, Dolly Guinther, Richard D. Holland, Marcie N. Imberman, Patricia Irving, Doris Janowitz, Sandra Jordan, Samuel Kam, Lila Karpf, Jean Kellet, Richard Kelley, Kristin Kliemann, Judy Klein, Eliza Knowlton, Ib Lauritzen, Herbert R. Lottman, David McCullough, Joan Massey, Peggy Miller, Barbara H. Neilson, Margaret Nicholson, Elizabeth Pollet, Claudia Rattazzi, Miriam J. Redrick, Eleanor Richman, Henry Robbins, Scott A. Robbins, Eve F. Roshevsky, Stephen Roxburgh, Kendra Schwartz, Drayton Simpson, Mary Sonnichsen, Roger Straus, Roger W. Straus, H. D. Vursell, Martin Weaver, Robert Wohlforth, Dee Zupancic) (see also Adams, Ray, & Rosenberg; Adomián, Lan; Friedman, Eve; Harper & Row; Harper's Magazine; Jipeka Kompany; Leon Kellman; Oberlin College; Pelikan, Maria; Rogers, W. G.; and Secker & Warburg)--4.27, 18.1, 26.3, 27.15, 28.14, 37.9, 46.5, 59.10, 65.26, 72.2, 72.3, 82.10, 83.13, 90.13, 109.6-109.7 (includes 1 from Singer), 110.1-110.3, 117.1, 132.9, 132.22, 132.23, 133.1, 133.2, 133.3, 133.32, 134.15, 134.21, 141.9, 161.7, The Cat Who Thought She Was a Dog, A Crown of Feathers, The Estate and Stories for Children galley files
  • Farrell, Grace, 1947- --109.5
  • Farrell, James T. (James Thomas), 1904-1979--109.5
  • Farushevski, Marcus--109.5
  • Fasman, Oscar Z.(Hebrew Theological College)--109.5
  • Fass, Robert--109.5
  • Faxén, Magnus--109.5
  • Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York (N. Fisherman)--109.5
  • Federation of Polish Jews in America (Jechil M. Dobekirer)--109.5
  • Fédération Sioniste de Belgique (Jean Margaux)--109.5
  • Feigin, Samuel I. (Samuel Isaac), 1893-1950--110.4
  • Feiler, Philip--110.4
  • Feinberg, Charles E., 1899- --110.4
  • Feinberg, Harvey--169.39
  • Feinberg, Sheldon--110.4
  • Feingold, Gussie--110.4
  • Feld, Marilla--110.4
  • Feldman, Ann E.--110.4
  • Feldman, Carmen--110.4
  • Feldman, F.--110.4
  • Feldman, Harry--110.4
  • Feldman, Irving, 1928- (State University of New York at Buffalo)--110.4
  • Feldman, M.--110.4
  • Feldman, N.--110.4
  • Feldman, Ruth (includes 1 from Singer)--110.4, 166.4
  • Feldman, Shlomo--110.4
  • Fera, Constance Della--110.4
  • Ferdinand Roten Incorporated (Ernest L. Lowenstein)--110.4
  • Ferenc, Vadász--110.4
  • Ferlsteydt, Yitzhok--110.4
  • Feuer, Rhoda--110.4
  • Feuerlicht, Roberta Strauss--110.4
  • Fey, Isabella--169.40
  • Fialkoff, Rae--110.5
  • Fiedler, Leslie A. (State University of New York at Buffalo)--110.5
  • Fields, Fischgrund & Aerenson (Robert Aerenson)-- 110.1, 110.5, 142.4
  • Filmus, Tully, 1908- --110.5
  • Fine, Avraham Asaf (Joseph)--110.5
  • Fine, Lillian C.--110.5
  • Finestone, Harry (San Fernando Valley State College)--110.5
  • Finkel, Risa and Noah--110.5
  • Finkel, Ruth and Daniel--110.5
  • Finkelstein, Cathy Gropper--110.5
  • Finkelstein, Mary--110.5
  • Finkelstein Memorial Library (Spring Valley, N.Y.) (Robert H. Finkelstein, Samuel L. Simon)--110.5
  • Finkelstein, Rytsa--110.5
  • Finkle, Gertrude--110.5
  • Finnel, Frank I.--110.5
  • Fiontntsl, Asher--110.6
  • Firestone, Dorothy--110.6
  • Firestone, Ross--110.6
  • Fisch, Stephen--147.6
  • Fischer, John--58.6
  • Fischer, Zacharias & Cohen (Henry J. Zacharias)--133.3, 142.6
  • Fisher, Alice and Jack--110.6
  • Fisher, Bernard--110.6
  • Fisher, Ray, 1924- --110.6
  • Fisherman, Kh. N.--110.6
  • Fishko, Bella (Forum Gallery (New York, N.Y.)) (see also Soyer, Raphael)--110.6
  • Fishman, Aaron--110.6
  • Fishman, Sadelle--110.6
  • Fiszman, J. R.--110.6
  • Fitzgerald, Keith--110.6
  • Fitzpatrick, Eileen--110.6
  • Flack, Frank M.--110.6
  • Flagler, Harry (from Civie)--110.6
  • Flatau, Piotr (Colorado State University)--110.6
  • Fleischman, Cyrille, 1941- --110.6
  • Fleischman, Pearl (re. Jacob and Samuel H. Pardes)--110.6
  • Fleminger, Madelon--110.6
  • Flender, Harold--109.6, 110.6
  • Fletcher, Dorothy--110.6
  • Flinn, Patricia--110.6
  • Flomenbaum, Jose--110.6
  • Florida. Dept. of Revenue--142.6
  • Flynn, Susan Urbanc--110.6
  • Foa, Bruno and Lisa (see also Riklin, Amelia)--110.6
  • Foa, Walter--110.6
  • Fogel, Suzanna--110.6
  • Fogelman, L.--110.6
  • Fol, Mercedes--110.6
  • [Fol__], Lola--110.6
  • Foley, Jean--110.6
  • Folksblat (Moshe Arzukh)--110.6
  • Foote, Edward T., II (University of Miami)--110.6
  • Forbes (Forbes, Malcolm S.)--111.1
  • Ford, Anthon--111.1
  • Foreign Policy Association (Doris C. Halaby)--111.1
  • Forest Hills Jewish Center (Forest Hills, New York, N.Y.) (Ben Zion Bokser) --111.1
  • Forman, Celia--111.1
  • Forman, Louis--111.1
  • Forum Publishers (Stockholm) (Bertil Kaell)--111.1
  • Forverts (Shelomo Ben-Israel, Abe Cohen, Samuel Cukerkopf, Raymond Gebiner, Yaakov Haltz, Adolph Held, Alexander Kahn, Y. Mlotek, Harry Rogoff, Jacob Siegel, B. C. Vladeck,I. Warsaweki, Simon Weber, Roslyn Wolpow, Hershl Zaydman) (see also Bra Böcker; Feldman, Shlomo; Fogelman, L.; Hoffman, Miriam; Rahinsky, Irving; Renglich, Szloma; Rosen, Morris W.; Winograd, Maurice; Y. L. Peretz Writer's Union; Zak, Avraham; and Zilberman, Harry)--111.2
  • Foster, __--111.1
  • Foundation (Sister Alexis)--111.1
  • Four Brothers Restaurant (see Leon Moritz)
  • Fox, Alan--111.1
  • Fox, Lev--111.1
  • Foxman, I.--111.1
  • Franck, Frederick--111.1
  • Frank, George--111.1
  • Frank L. Weil Institute for Studies in Religion and the Humanities (Sandmel, Samuel) --111.1
  • Frank, Larry--111.1
  • Frankel, William--111.1
  • Frankfeldt, Dorothy--111.1
  • Franklin, Jean--111.1
  • Franklin Library (Ann Farrell, John R. Hawkins, Priscilla J. McGuirt, Charles R. Pancoast)--111.1
  • Frankol, Abraham Zee (Beth Hillel Congregation, Wilmette, Ill.)--111.1
  • Free, Florence (see WFAA-TV)
  • Free Library of Philadelphia (Marie A. Davis, Emerson Greenaway)--111.1
  • Freedman, A.--111.1
  • Freeman, Celia P.--111.1
  • Freeman, Deborah--111.1
  • Freeman, J.--111.1
  • Freeman, Paul--111.1
  • Frelinghuysen, Barrett--111.1
  • Freund, Andrew M.--111.3
  • Freund, Harry--111.3
  • Freund, Ingrid--111.3
  • Friedberg, Barbara--111.3
  • Friedberg, H. L.--111.3
  • Friedberg, Maurice, 1929- (see also University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Indiana University)--111.3
  • Friedland, L.--111.3
  • Friedman, A.--111.3
  • Friedman, Ari--111.3
  • Friedman, Eve (see also Phillips, Nizer, Benjamin, Krim, and Barlow)--111.3
  • Friedman, George (East Side Kulturtrager)--111.3
  • Friedman, George J. (see New York Association for New Americans)
  • Friedman, Jesse J.--111.3
  • Friedman, Marge--111.3
  • Friedman, Michelle--111.3
  • Friedman, Morris--111.3
  • Friedman, Muriel (Mrs. Larry)--111.3
  • Friedman, Sam--111.3
  • Friedman, Warner G.--111.3
  • Friends of Animals (Gretchen Wyler)--111.3
  • Friends of Carol Greitzer (Bobbie Handman, Colleen Dewhurst)--111.3
  • Frontiers of Faith (see Jewish Theological Seminary of America)
  • Frost, J. D.--111.4
  • Fruchtman, Jo Jo--111.4
  • Fuchs, A. M.--111.4
  • Fuchs, Esther, 1953- --111.4
  • Fuchs, Leo--111.4
  • Fuks, Paul--111.4
  • Fuld, Eric M.--111.4
  • Fulford, Robert (Saturday Night (Toronto, Ont.))--111.4
  • Fulton, Richard (see Richard Fulton, Inc.)
  • Furman, Ari--111.4
  • Furman, Steven--111.4
  • Furman, Yehudi--111.4
  • G.P. Putnam's Sons (Charles Dwoskin)--111.5
  • Gabrielsson, Anna--111.5
  • Gaines, Jack--111.5
  • Gak, Joel (see Hoy)
  • Galler, Emanuel--111.5
  • Galy, Barbara--111.5
  • Gamerman, Amy--111.5
  • Gamerow, David--111.5
  • Gannon, Tom--111.5
  • Garber, Louis--111.5
  • Garbose, Dora--111.5
  • Garchik, Morton, 1929- --111.5
  • Garfield, Eva--111.5
  • Garrin, Stephen H.--111.5
  • Gaydos, Nori (Nettie Dobkin)--111.5
  • Geffner, Jonathan--111.5
  • Geheran, Annie--111.5
  • Geisser, Mary Lee--111.5
  • Geist, Rache [Keist?]--111.5
  • Gelbart, Philicia--111.5
  • Gella, Jack--111.5
  • Geller, Ewa--111.5
  • Geller, Stephen--4.1
  • Gelles, John--111.5
  • Gendler, Everett (The Jewish Center, Princeton)--111.5
  • General Artists Corporation (Sam W. Gelfman)--110.1, 111.5, 133.1
  • Gengold, Henry--111.5
  • Genin, A.--111.5
  • Georgetown Books (Peter K. Jensen)--111.6
  • Gerber, Alan Jay (re. David Kusevitsky)--111.6
  • Gerber, Doba--111.7
  • Gerber, Jamie--111.6
  • Gerber, Rosanna--111.6
  • Gersh, Gabriel--111.6
  • Gerson, Mina--111.6
  • Gerstenblatt, Paula--111.6
  • Getz, Arlene Mitzner--111.6
  • Gewirtz, Dolores--111.6
  • Geyer, Karl--111.6
  • Gheeraert, John--111.6
  • Giachetti, Romano (Epocha)--111.6
  • Giehl, Dudley--111.6
  • Gierc, Borys--111.6
  • Giglen, Menachem--111.6
  • Giglio, Gino (Yentl Company)--111.6
  • Gilde, Hans-G.--111.6
  • Gilder, Seymour--111.6
  • Gillman-Levin, Dorothy--111.6
  • Gimpel, Peter--111.6
  • Gingold, H.--111.6
  • Ginpil, Stephen--111.6
  • Ginsburg, M.--111.6
  • Ginsburg, Mirra (see also Chukovskii, Kornei)--110.1, 111.6
  • Gitenstein, Barbara (Central Missouri State University)--111.6
  • Gitlin, S.--111.6
  • Gitlson, Israel Vincent--111.6
  • Gittelman, Louis--111.6
  • Gjelinski, Bruno--112.1
  • Gladstone, Frances--112.1
  • Glanville, Brian--112.1
  • Glaser, __--112.1
  • Glaser, Chana--112.1
  • Glaser, Irwin Edmund--112.1
  • Glaser, Leon and Shirley--112.1
  • Glaser, Sioma (nephew) and Muriel--112.1
  • Glazer, N.--112.1
  • Gleichmann, Gabi and Lee--112.1
  • Glen, Menahem G., b. 1896- --112.1
  • Glenn, Jacob B.--112.1
  • Glesgold, __--112.1
  • Glick, N., Mrs.--112.1
  • Glicklich, Joseph--112.1
  • Glicklich, Martha--112.1
  • Glickstein, Gary A. (Temple Beth Sholom (Miami Beach, Fla.))--112.1
  • Glickstein, Robert M.--112.1
  • Gliksman, Mendl--112.1
  • Global Associates (Marc Grossman)--142.6
  • Glomet, Jean-François--112.1
  • Gluck, Denise--112.1
  • Gluck, Mary Esther--112.1
  • Glueck, Nelson, 1900- --112.1
  • GMAC--142.8
  • Goffstein, M. B.--112.2
  • Gold, Ben-Zion (Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel Society) (see also Harvard College and B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation (Cambridge, Mass.))--27.5,112.2
  • Gold, Bernice P.--112.2
  • Gold, Doris B. (Young Judean Magazine)--112.2
  • Gold, Mirel Tan--112.2
  • Gold, Norman--112.2
  • Goldberg, Abraham--112.2
  • Goldberg, Anne G.--112.2
  • Goldberg, Arlette--112.2
  • Goldberg, Betsy--112.2
  • Goldberg, Chaim, 1920- --157.2
  • Goldberg, Esther (Mrs. Milton)--112.2
  • Goldberg, Lawrence--112.2
  • Goldberg, Mary--112.2
  • Goldberg, Molly (see also Harper's Magazine)--112.2
  • Goldberg, Nat--112.2
  • Goldberg, Noah--112.2
  • Goldberg, Sheila--112.2
  • Goldberg, Sidney--112.2
  • Goldberger, Henry, Mrs.--112.2
  • Goldberger, Ida--112.2
  • Goldblatt, Noel--112.2
  • Golddiamond, Ruby--112.2
  • Golden Arrow (Warsaw, Poland)--112.3
  • Golden Key National Honor Society (U.S.) (Claudia L. Davis, Lourdes Ramos)--131.5
  • Goldene Keyt (M. Karpinowitz, Abraham Sutzkever,, __ Shpiegeblat) (see also Sutzkever, Abraham)--112.4
  • Goldensohn, Ellen--112.3
  • Goldfarb, Dora--112.3
  • Goldfarb, H.--112.3
  • Goldfarb, Mirenburg & Vallon (Herman Goldfarb)--109.6
  • Goldman, James A. (New York City Community College)--112.3
  • Goldman, Mouton R.--112.3
  • Goldman, Pearle--112.3
  • Goldsmith, Donald--112.3
  • Goldsmith, Emanuel S., 1935- --112.3
  • Goldsmith, Henry B.--112.3
  • Goldsmith, Lynn--112.3
  • Goldstein, Channa Kleinerman (see Kleinerman, Channah)
  • Goldstein, Ernest--112.3
  • Goldstein, Herbert--112.3
  • Goldstein, Isaac and Betty--112.3
  • Goldstein, Max--112.3
  • Goldstein, Mordecai--170.12
  • Goldstein, Nancy and Melvyn--112.3
  • Goldstick, Isidore--112.3
  • Goldwasser, Israel (see Emiot, Israel)
  • Golowa, Abraham--112.3
  • Golub, Lenore--112.3
  • Gomes, Ida--112.3
  • Gontarski, R.--112.3
  • Gonzales-Gerth, Miguel--112.3
  • Gonzalez, Telesforo Fuentes--112.3
  • Goodman, E. M.--112.3
  • Goodman, Harry--112.3
  • Goodman, Henry Nicholas--112.3
  • Goodman, Martin J.--112.3
  • Goodman, Samuel--112.3
  • Goodman, W.--112.3
  • Goodstein, Peter--112.3
  • Goodstein, Sanders and Rose--112.3
  • Goodstein, Zamore, Mehlman, & Krones (Jacob I. Goodstein)--112.3
  • Goodwin, Virginia W.--112.3
  • Gor, Aviva--112.5
  • Goran, Lester--170.22
  • Gordon, Jack D.--112.5
  • Gordon, Kathleen--112.5
  • Gordon, Louis--112.5
  • Gordon, Nissan--112.5
  • Gordun, Jack H.--112.5
  • Goren, Louis M.--112.5
  • Gotfried, Rachel--112.5
  • Gotfryd, B.--112.5
  • Gotlib, N. Y. (Noah Yitshak)--112.5
  • Gotlieb, Bearnet--112.5
  • Gottlieb, Elaine (see also Hemley, Cecil)--112.5
  • Gottlieb, Phillip--142.8
  • Goucher College (John V. Chamberlain)--112.5
  • Gould, Allan, 1944- (York University)--112.5
  • Gould, Ham--112.5
  • Gould, Whitney (The Capital Times)--112.5
  • Goulianis, Joan (New York University)--112.5
  • Gourman, Deborah A.--112.5
  • Granat, Jerry--112.5
  • Grand, Albert--112.5
  • Graubard Moskovitz McGoldrick Dannett & Horowitz (Norman Shaw, Elaine M. Reich)--142.4
  • Graves, Verna Gillis--112.5
  • Gray, Anne--170.13
  • Gray Panthers (Maggie Kuhn)--112.5
  • Gray, Sue--112.5
  • Graywolf Press (Scott Walker)--112.5
  • Greater Miami Jewish Federation (Carla Gerstel)--112.5
  • Grebstein, Sheldon--112.5
  • Green, Joe (South African Zionist Federation)--112.5
  • Green, Louise S.--112.5
  • Green, Marc E.--112.5
  • Green, Vivian--170.15
  • Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst (Jeremy Nussbaum)--112.5
  • Greenberg, B.--112.5
  • Greenberg, B. I.--112.5
  • Greenberg, Esther Shponka (see Rosen, Rhoda L.)
  • Greenberg, Eve--112.5
  • Greenberg, Samuel--112.5
  • Greenburger, Sanford J. (see Rowohlt Verlag)
  • Greene, Eric S.--112.5
  • Greenfeld, __--112.5
  • Greenfield, Henry--112.5
  • Greenfield, Irving A.--112.5
  • Greenstone, Maryann--112.5
  • Greenwald, Ronald (Mesivta and Yeshiva Toras Emes)--112.5
  • Greenwald, William I. and Shirley E.--112.5
  • Greenwich House Senior Center (Susan Axelrod)--112.5
  • Greenwillow Books (see Shub, Elizabeth)
  • Griesdorf, D.--112.6
  • Griffith, Mary H.--112.6
  • Grolnick, Lawrence--112.6
  • Gronowicz, Antoni, 1913- --112.6
  • Gros, Saul and Miriam (Undzer Shtime)--112.6
  • Grosman, Moisheh, 1904-1961 (Dos Vort)--112.6
  • Gross, Chaim, 1904- --112.6
  • Gross, Henriette (see Gross, Nancy)
  • Gross, Naftoli, 1896 or 7-1956--112.6
  • Gross, Nancy (see also Harper's Magazine, Leon Kellman)--109.7, 112.6
  • Grossman, Harold, Mrs.--112.6
  • Grossman, Richard--112.6
  • Grove Press (Fred Jordan)--112.6
  • Grubart, Adele--170.17
  • Grudin, Eve Ungar--112.6
  • Grundleger, S.--112.6
  • Grynbal, Joel--112.6
  • Grynberg, Yurek--112.6
  • Guillén, Claudio (University of California, San Diego)--112.6
  • Guinther, __ (see Hindus, Milton)
  • Gullette, Margaret Morganroth--112.6
  • Gundy, Evelyn--112.6
  • Gunod, Jacob--112.6
  • Gurian Sholder Productions, Inc. (Paul R. Gurian)--112.6
  • Gurmund, Lars and Yvonne--112.6
  • Guthrie Theater (Alvin Epstein)--112.6
  • H., T.--113.1
  • H. Aschehoug & co. (William Nygaard)--113.1
  • H. Leivick Kultur Center--131.5
  • H. W. Wilson Company (Donna Hill, Doris de Montreville)--113.1
  • Haan, Andrè--30.10
  • Haas, Ken (Ken Haas Photography)--113.1
  • Haber, Leonard--113.1
  • Hadar, Josef--113.1
  • Hadassah Magazine (David Evanier, Jesse Zel Lurie)--109.6, 113.1
  • Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America (Bernice Salpeter) --113.1
  • Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America
    • Florida Mid-Coast Region (Adeline Moll)--109.6, 113.1
    • Louisville Chapter (Muriel N. Roston) (see also Judith Sharp)--113.1
    • Miami Beach Region (Ricki Igra)--113.1
    • Millburn Chapter (Millburn, N. J.) (Mrs. Joseph R. Hamilton)--113.1
    • New York Chapter--113.1
    • Suburban West Group (Penn.) (Joy Rose)--113.1
  • Haddox, Dorothy--113.1
  • Haendel, Ida--113.1
  • Hahamovitch, Lillian--113.1
  • Haimann, Alberto--113.1
  • Haint--113.1
  • Hajozrych, K. Ch.--113.1
  • Halberstam, Laizer--113.1
  • Halberstam, Sh. Ch. Rubin (Congregation Divrei Simcha of Cieshanov)--113.1
  • Halévy, Elie--113.1
  • Hall, Carl, Jr.--113.1
  • Hall, Dick--113.1
  • Hall, Madeline Ruth--113.1
  • Hall, Richard--27.12
  • Hallbäck, Gabriel--113.1
  • Hallman, Ted--113.1
  • Halperin, Michael, 1934- --113.1
  • Halpern, M.--113.1
  • Halpern, Samuel--113.1
  • Halpert, Wesley and Carolyn--113.1
  • Halter, Marek--113.1
  • Halter, Perl--113.1
  • Hamburg, Jed L.--113.2
  • Hamenora Publishing House--113.2
  • Hamer-Jacklyn, Sarah ("Sarah Yente")--113.3
  • Hamermesh, Mira--113.2
  • Hamilton, M.--113.2
  • Hamilton, Simon--113.2
  • Hamilton, William C.--113.2
  • Hamm, Vestal W.--113.2
  • Hammer, Zevulun, 1936- --113.2
  • Handle (University of Pennsylvania) (Marshall Breger)--113.2
  • Hannenberg, [Ken]--113.2
  • Hanson, Philip--113.2
  • Haratzat Sforim im oved (Yerucham Luria) (see Forverts)
  • Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (Gayle Benderoff, Margaret Marshall, Kathy Robbins, Claire Wachtel)--113.2, 174.15
  • Hardaway, John M.--69.27
  • Harlan Elementary School (Mt. Pleasant, Iowa) (Perry O. Ross)--113.2
  • Harlan, Maria--113.2
  • Harman, Avraham--113.2
  • Harman, Chaim--113.2
  • Harmer, Samuel--113.2
  • Harmon, Howard--113.2
  • Harold Freedman Brandt & Brandt Dramatic Department, Inc. (William Koppelmann, Selma Luttinger)--113.2, 133.3
  • Harper & Row, Publishers (Barbara A. Dicks, Barbara Francis, George Greenfield, Phyllis Hoffman, Dorothea Howley, Barbara Hufham,Robert Hughes, Betty Kipniss, Roger H. Klein, Catherine Bing Lipkin, Barbara Lucas, Ferdinand N. Monjo, William C. Morris, Cathy Netter, Ruth Pollack, Joan Robins, Ellen Rudin, Elizabeth Shub, Virginia Solotaroff, Gladys L. Swasey, B. Brooks Thomas, Ursula Nordstrom, Nahum Waxman, Charlotte Zolotow)--69.21, 110.1, 113.4 (includes 5 from Singer, 1 in Alma's hand), 134.26
  • Harper, Maureen--113.2
  • Harper's Magazine (Joyce Bermel, __ Fischer, Robert Kotlowitz, Catherine Meyer, Rosemary Wolfe) (see also Lehman, Glenn M., Leonard, Mrs. E. J., and Malina, Marilyn)--113.5
  • Harris, Jean--113.2
  • Harrison, Rebecca Ashery--113.2
  • Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (Thomas F. Staley)--113.2, 142.8
  • Harry Walker, Inc. (Harry Walker)--113.2
  • Hart, Charlotte Loewenherz--113.2
  • Hart, Stephanie--113.2
  • Hartman, Andre--113.2
  • Harvard College (1780- ) (Chase N. Peterson)--113.2
  • Harvard University Gazette (Jill Norton)--113.2
  • Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel Society (see Gold, Ben-Zion)
  • Harvey, Helen--110.2
  • Hassid, Lila B.--109.6, 113.2
  • Hatzofe Daily--113.2
  • Hauprichs, Josef--113.2
  • Hausmann, Judith--113.2
  • Havel, Jim--113.2
  • Hebraica Gallery (re. Saul Raskin)--113.6
  • Hebrew Arts School (Tzipora H. Jochsberger, Lily Mars, Blanche Shapiro)--113.6
  • Hebrew Educational Society (Howard M. Percival)--113.6
  • Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America (Isaac L. Asofsky) (see also Israel Bernstein)--113.6
  • Hebrew Teachers College (Brookline, Mass.) (Mrs. David L. Kahn)--113.6
  • Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (Rissa Alex, Sally G. Brown, Maurice Nathan Eisendrath, Nettie Feinberg, Nelson Glueck, Alfred Gottschalk, Samuel Sandmel, Herbert Cecil Zafren) (see also Henry J. Zacharias)--113.6
  • Hebrew University of Jerusalem (see Universitah ha-'Ivrit bi-Yerushalayim)
  • Hecht, Florence--113.6
  • Hecht, Michael and Donna--113.6
  • Hecht, Steven--113.6
  • Hedborg, Flemming--113.6
  • Heffner, Mike--113.6
  • Hefterman, A.--113.6
  • Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico (re. Elaine Gottlieb) (Henry A. Sauerwein, Jr.)--113.6
  • Helfand, Sonia--113.6
  • Helfand (Helfant), Helen--113.6
  • Helfinstein, Maloina--113.6
  • Heller, Harry (B'nai B'rith Sports Lodge)--113.6, 131.5
  • Heller, Julius--113.6
  • Heller, Louis B.--113.6
  • Heller, Sarah (Mrs. Selig)--113.6
  • Heller, Selig, 1894-1969--113.6
  • Helman, Cecil, 1944- --113.6
  • Hemley, Cecil (see also Elaine Gottlieb and Ohio University Press)--109.6, 114.1
  • Hemley, Jonathan--114.1
  • Hen, Mierav--142.6
  • Hendel, Nathan (Nien)--114.2
  • Hendel, __ (Nathan's daughter)--150.1
  • Hendel, Rita--114.1
  • Hennen, Sara--114.1
  • Henry J. Zacharias (Zacharias, Henry J.) (see also Fischer, Zacharias & Cohen and Hebrew Union College)--114.1
  • Herald (Melbourne, Australia) (Keith Connolly)--114.1
  • Herbstman, Elnera (re. June Corwin)--114.1
  • Heritage of Polish Jews Foundation (Itzhak J. Carmin)--114.1
  • Herman, Grace--114.1
  • Hermann, Ernest and Margarete--114.1
  • Hermann, R.--114.1
  • Hermansson, Niklas--114.1
  • Herschman, [—]--114.1
  • Hershatter, Evelyn--114.1
  • Hershkowitz, Nathan--114.1
  • Hershman, S.--114.1
  • Hershowitz, Elaina (American Cooperative School)--114.1
  • Herut Zionists of America (Eryk Spektor)--114.1
  • Herzl Camp (Moshe Dworkin) (see National Jewish Welfare Board Lecture Bureau)
  • Herzog, Jennie B.--170.21
  • Herzog, Nichols, Engstrom & Koplovitz (Harry V. B. Miller) (re. Sarah Blacher Cohen)--117.2
  • Heschel, Susannah--114.3
  • Hevesi, Dennis--114.3
  • Heyman, F. (Mrs. Louis)--114.3
  • Heyne, Christian E.--114.3
  • HIAS (see Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America)
  • Higgins, Patti--114.3
  • Hill and Wang, Inc. (Vasiliki Sarant Rosenfeld)--114.3
  • Hill, Baruch S.--114.3
  • Hillel Academy (Pittsburgh) (Evelyn R. Engelberg)--114.3
  • Hillsdale College (Joseph S. McNamara)--114.3
  • Hinda, Laiter--114.3
  • Hindus, Milton--114.3
  • Hinrichs, Velma C.--114.3
  • Hirsch, Joseph, 1910- --114.3
  • Hirsch, Karl-Georg--114.3
  • Hirschler, Gertrude--114.3
  • Hirschman, Jack, 1933- --114.3
  • Hirsekorn, Patricia (Gloucester County College, N. J.)--114.3
  • [Hishtakifen, G.]--114.3
  • Histadrut ha-kelalit shel ha-'ovdim be-Erets-Yi'sra'el (Nahum Fasa)--114.3
  • Hoade, Martin (NBC News)--114.3
  • Hochgelernter, Hyman--114.3
  • Hochstein, __--114.3
  • Hochstein, Joshua and Fannie--114.3
  • Hofer, Jechiel--114.3
  • Hoffberger, Fred--114.3
  • Hoffman, G.--114.3
  • Hoffman, Miriam (Forverts)--114.3
  • Hoffmann und Campe (Jutta Petersen)--110.2
  • Hofstra University (Arthur Gregor)--114.3
  • Hogrogian, Nonny (see also Harper & Row)--114.4
  • Holiday (Arno Karlen)--114.4
  • Holland, Lori--114.4
  • Hǿlmebakk, Gordon (Gyldendal Norsk Forlag)--110.2
  • Holocaust Memorial Committee (Ira Bilius and Lucille Nieporent)--114.4
  • Holrath, Jane--114.4
  • Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc. (Marian Behrman, Arthur A. Cohen, Marian Wood)--114.4
  • Holyoke Hebrew School (Holyoke, Mass.) (Maurice Locke)--114.4
  • Holzman, Marcus--114.4
  • Homemaker's Magazine (Toronto) (Jane Gale Hughes)--114.4
  • Honig, Y.--114.4
  • Honigman, __--114.4
  • Hooper, John William--114.4
  • Horendreksler, Moshe--114.4
  • Horn, José, 1906- --114.4
  • Horowitz, Anna--114.4
  • Horowitz, Nathan--114.4
  • Horowitz-Karpinowitz, R., Mrs.--114.4
  • Horton, Bethany L.--114.4
  • Horwitz, Rosalie--114.4
  • Horwitz, Valerie--114.4
  • Horwitz, Mrs. William--114.4
  • Hosid, M. (Mordekhai), 1909- --114.4
  • Hosmer, Catherine--114.4
  • Hosokawa, Yukito--114.4
  • Hotel Regina Wengen (Margot __)--114.4
  • Hotel Victoria Wengen (S. Castelein, Helen Castelein-Beijer)--114.4
  • Hotsa'at sefarim 'Am 'oved (Dov Gorfung)--114.4
  • Hott, Louis R.--114.4
  • Houck, Carter--114.5
  • Houghton, Mifflin and Company (Jonathan Galassi, Wendy R. Withington)--114.5
  • Howard County Poetry and Literature Society (Ellen K__)--114.5
  • Howe, Irving--114.5
  • Howe, James (Lucy Kroll Agency)--114.5
  • Howland, Bette--114.5
  • Hoy (Joel Gak)--114.5 (includes 1 from Singer)
  • Hubschman, Thomas--170.26
  • Hudson, Lewis--114.5
  • Hudson Review (Frederick Morgan)--114.5
  • Huebsch, Jason--114.5
  • Hugot, Gérard--114.5
  • Humane Society of the United States (Grace Conahan)--114.5
  • Hurst, David M.--114.5
  • Hurwitz, A.--114.5
  • Hurwitz, Johanna--114.5, 166.19
  • Hutchinson, Jack --114.5
  • Hutchinson, Sara--114.5
  • Hutkin, David L.--114.5
  • I. London, Publisher (see London, Israel)
  • Ibensaal, Michèle--114.6
  • Ickes, Don--114.6
  • Igel, Regina--114.6
  • Ignatoff, M., Mrs.--114.6
  • Ignatov, Daniel--114.6
  • Ihr, Immer (see Henry J. Zacharias)
  • Imber, Sh. I. (Samuel Jacob?) (re. Chana Zayefeld)--114.6
  • Imich, Alexander--114.6
  • Indiana University (Maurice Friedberg, Kenneth R. R. Gros Louis,George J. Stolnitz, Anna Strikis)--110.1, 114.6
  • Intellectual Digest (Martin Goldman, Martin L. Gross)--114.6, 133.21
  • Intermountain Conference on Children's Literature (Elliott D. Landau)--114.6
  • International Communication Agency (Sally M. Grooms, Nancy M. Sanders)--114.6
  • International Creative Managment (Lew Grimes, Lynn Nesbit)--133.3
  • International Cultural Foundation (Ali, Ramsey)--114.6
  • International Martin Buber Society & Institute--114.6
  • International Platform Association (Dan T. Moore, Lowell Thomas)--173.8
  • International Reading Association (Theodore Lester Harris)--114.6
  • Irlbershtern, __--114.6
  • Irlicht, Aron--114.6
  • Isenberg, B.--114.6
  • Ishill, __ (re. Joseph Ishill)--114.6
  • Israel, Calvin--114.6
  • Israel. Commerce Committee (Eliahu Speiser) (see Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)
  • Israel, Lenore--170.28
  • Israel. Rashut ha-shidur (Naomi Kaplansky, Mordechai Kirschenbaum, Cohava Shalom, Irene Shubik, Dan Wolman)--114.6, 117.1, 131.5
  • Israel Society for Parapsychology (Margot [Klausine])--114.6
  • Israelitische Cultusgemeinde Zürich (Gigi Feigel)--114.6
  • Isserlis, Bernard--114.6
  • Itkin, Donald--114.6
  • Itzik Manger Jubilee Committee--114.6
  • Itzkowitz, Stuart G., 1948- --114.6
  • Izban, Shmuel--114.6
  • Izenman, Sonya--114.6
  • J. N. Bialik Central School (Yankev Graborski, Sh. Rubins, M. Shpak, Moshe Vinograd)--114.7
  • Jack Straw Sound Accoutrements (James H. Osga, William M. Sherr)--114.7
  • Jackel, Bernard--114.7
  • Jacklin, Sarah (see Hamer-Jacklyn, Sarah)
  • Jackson, Charles--114.7
  • Jackson, Shirley, 1916-1965--114.7
  • Jacobowitz, Arnold--114.7
  • Jacobs, Bob and Ann--114.7
  • Jacobs, George--114.7
  • Jacobs, Yaakov--166.20
  • Jacobson, Louis--114.7
  • Jacobson, Mary--114.7
  • Jaffe, Marie B.--114.7
  • Jafnel, S. A.--114.7
  • Jakobs, Harry--83.1, 110.3
  • Janson, Rolf G. and Stina (see Bra Böcker)
  • Janz, Mildred (see New York Times Book Review)
  • Javens, Eugene and Elizabeth--114.7
  • Jeffers, Susan--114.7
  • Jerusalem Post (Maurice Carr) (see also Carr, Maurice)--114.7
  • Jerusalem University (__ Harman)--114.7
  • Jervis, Ida--114.7
  • Jeshurin, Ephim H., 1885-1967--114.7
  • Jewish Academy of Arts and Sciences (Abraham Burstein, Arthur J. Goldberg, Hirsch Lazaar Silverman)--114.7
  • Jewish Book Council of America (Philip Goodman, Sidney B. (Sidney Benjamin) Hoenig, Maurice Jacobs, Gilbert Klaperman, Judah Nadich, A. Alan Steinbach)--114.7
  • Jewish Centers Association (Charles Mesnick)--114.7, 141.9
  • Jewish Chronicle (London, England) (Chaim Bermant, William Frankel, Jacob Gewirtz, Geoffrey D. Paul, Michael Wallach)--114.7, 117.1
  • Jewish Community Center
    • Bayonne, N. J. (Raphael Levine, Nancy Levinson, Marc Sussman)--110.2, 114.7
    • Bridgeport, Conn. (Harry M. Sheketoff)--114.7
    • Detroit, Mich. (George M. Zeltzer)--114.7
    • Miami Beach, Fla.--114.7
    • Milwaukee, Wis. (see Licht, David)
    • Plainfield, N. J. (Naomi Margolis)--114.7
    • Portland, Or. (William Gordon) (see National Jewish Welfare Board)
    • Teaneck, N. J. (Shirley Feldman, Judah Washer)--114.7
    • Wilmington, Del. (Arnold Kneitel, Sol Kutner)--114.7
    • Youngstown, Ohio (Irving Ozer)--114.7
  • Jewish Community Center of Central Florida (David M. Furman)--114.7
  • Jewish Community Center of Cleveland (Herman A. Eigen, Mark Feder)--114.7
  • Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester--114.7
  • Jewish Community Center of Rhode Island (Sharon Sugarman) (see National Jewish Welfare Board)
  • Jewish Community Center of San Diego (Robert Seigel)--114.7
  • Jewish Community Centers of Chicago (Susan Appel)--114.7
  • Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Boston (Robert E. Segal)--114.7
  • Jewish Community of Stockholm in Zippori--114.7
  • Jewish Cultural Foundation of Great Britain (Norman J. Hyams)--114.7
  • Jewish Daily Forward (see Forverts)
  • Jewish Digest (Bernard Postal, 1905- )--115.1
  • Jewish Documentation Center (Simon Wiesenthal)--115.1
  • Jewish Exponent (Harold Ribalow) (see Rabinowitz, M.)
  • Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles. Communications Commission (Elaine Attias)--115.1
  • Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles. Jewish Youth and Young Adults Council (Michael Harris)--115.1
  • Jewish Federation of South Broward (Hollywood, Fla.) (Paul and Rochelle Koenig)--115.1
  • Jewish Heritage (Washington, D.C.) (Lily Edelman)--115.1
  • Jewish Home and Hospital for Aged (Sigmund C.Taft)--115.1
  • Jewish Identity Center, Inc. (Eschella Riz, Yaakov Riz)--115.1
  • Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.) (Adolph Held, Emanuel Muravchik)--115.1
  • Jewish Library and Archives (Tsvi Hershl)--115.1
  • Jewish Mirror (Chicago, Ill.) (Fred Goldberg)--115.1
  • The Jewish Morning Journal--115.1
  • Jewish National Fund (S. Margoshes)--115.1
  • Jewish Newsletter (William Zukerman)--115.1
  • Jewish Public Library (Montréal, Québec) (Abraham Bogen, J. Grossman)--115.1
  • Jewish Publication Society of America (Lesser Zussman)--109.7, 115.1
  • Jewish Radio Advertising (Zalmen Zylbercweig, 1894-1972)--115.1
  • Jewish Socialist Verband of America--115.1
  • Jewish Spectator (Trude Weiss-Rosmarin)--115.1
  • Jewish Teachers Seminary and People's University (New York, N.Y.)--115.2
  • Jewish Theological Seminary of America (Betty Greenfield, Karen L. Kaitz, Anna Kleban, Milton E. Krents)--115.2, 117.1
  • Jewish Times (Morris Myer)--115.2
  • Jewish Vegetarian Society (Philip L. Pick)--115.2
  • Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Inc. Dept. of Florida Ladies Auxiliary (Leah Eisenman)--115.2
  • Jewish Ys and Centers of Greater Philadelphia (Cynthia Kolker)--115.2
  • Jewish Young Men's and Women's Association (Rochester, N. Y.) (Mal Mendelsohn)--115.2
  • Jipeka Kompany (Fabienne Herenberg)--115.2
  • Joe Davis Record Manufacturer (Joe Davis)--115.2
  • John Day Company Publishers (Mary O. Lombard)--115.2
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (James F. Mathias, Gordon N. Ray)--115.2
  • Johnson, Alex (Christian Science Monitor)--115.2
  • Johnson, J. Chester--115.2
  • Jompulsky, Harry, Mrs.--115.2
  • Jon Roseman Television Limited (Russ Karel)--115.2
  • Jonathan Cape (Firm) (Tom Maschler)--26.13, 110.1, 110.2, 115.2, 117.2
  • Jong, Erica--171.4
  • Jordan, David L.--115.2
  • Josepha, Adele--115.2
  • Journal of the Producers Guild of America (Lou Greenspan)--115.2
  • Journee Parisienne (M. Grodzensky)--115.2
  • Jovica Vučković Museum of Autographs (Jovica Vučković, Vera Vučković)--115.2
  • Joy, L., Mrs.--115.2
  • Joy, Maurice--115.2
  • Judaism (Ruth B. Waxman)--115.2
  • Justo, Juan B.--115.2
  • Kabbalah for Today (Joseph H. Gelberman, Dorothy Kobak)--115.3
  • Kader, __--115.3
  • Kadre, S. M.--115.3
  • Kaganowski, Efraim, 1893-1958--115.3
  • Kahan, Aryeh--115.3
  • Kahan, Esther M.--115.3
  • Kahan, Lazar, 1885-1946 (see Unzer Express)
  • Kahan, Ya'akov--115.3
  • Kahana, David, 1903- --115.3
  • Kahn, Alexander--115.3
  • Kahn, Ernest M.--115.3
  • Kahn, Gitl (YIVO Committee of Miami)--115.3
  • Kahn, J.--115.3
  • Kahn, Lothar (Central Connecticut State College)--115.3
  • Kaiman, Arnold G. (Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel)--115.3
  • Kaimel, Keren--115.3
  • Kaiser, Samuel, 1891-1982--115.3
  • Kala, Esteban Laslo--115.3
  • Kalb, Marvin--115.3
  • Kalfin, Hilda--115.3
  • Kalinowica, Dora--115.3
  • Kalion, L.--115.3
  • Kalish, Benjamin--115.3
  • Kaller, Horace M.--115.3
  • Kalnitski, Sarah--115.3
  • Kalnitsky, Solomon--115.3
  • Kamachi, Eliezer--115.4
  • Kaminker, Hannah--115.4
  • Kaminski, A. H. (see Benousilio, G. J.)
  • Kampf, Avram--115.4
  • Kandel, Bea Tigel--115.4
  • Kandel, Stephen--115.4
  • Kanmer, Marilyn--115.4
  • Kanner, Louis--115.4
  • Kanter, Ysrael--115.4
  • Kantor, Paul--115.4
  • Kaplan, Charles, 1919- --115.4
  • Kaplan, Esther--115.4
  • Kaplan, G.--115.4
  • Kaplan, Mildred--115.4
  • Kaplan, Mitchell--115.4
  • Kaplan, William--115.4
  • Kaplansky, M.--115.4
  • Karel, Russ (see Jon Roseman Television Limited)
  • Karlsen, Petter--115.4
  • Karp, Arlene--115.4
  • Karp, E.--115.4
  • Karr, Gary, 1941- --115.4
  • Kasinsky, Avivah--115.4
  • Kaskel, Isolde--115.4
  • Katovske, Yishai--115.5
  • Kattan, Naim, 1928- --115.5
  • Katz, __--115.5
  • Katz, Dora--115.5
  • Katz, Eli, 1928- --115.5
  • Katz, Granof, & Maiden (Eadie F. Deutsch) (re. Irvin Kershner)--109.6, 115.5
  • Katz, Katriel, 1908- --115.5
  • Katz, Max--115.5
  • Katz, Nancy Lee--115.5
  • Katz, Rita (Rita Katz Associates)--115.5
  • Katzir, Ephraim, 1916- --115.5
  • Kaufman, Bel and Sidney--115.5
  • Kaufman, Benjamin--115.5
  • Kaufman, Kevin--115.5
  • Kaufman, Michael--115.5
  • Kaufman, Moshe-Aharon--171.7
  • Kaye, Lori--115.5
  • Kaye, Norman L.--115.5
  • Kayfetz, Ben--115.5
  • Kazdan, Hayyim Solomon, 1883-1979 (Cultural Commission of the Bundish Organization of New York)--115.5
  • Kazin, Alfred, 1915- --115.5
  • Kazin, Ann (Mrs. Alfred)--115.5
  • Keats, Ezra Jack--115.5
  • Keeton, Christine Kelly--115.5
  • Keiner, Marco--115.6
  • Keitelman, Ch.--115.6
  • Kellam, Austin M.--115.6
  • Keller, Bobbie (Mrs. Stanley)--115.6
  • Kellin, Mike, 1922-1983--110.2, 115.6
  • Kellman, Leon (see Leon Kellman)
  • Kelly, Joyce E.--115.6
  • Kelmon, Rose B.--115.6
  • Kemol, Yisrael--115.6
  • Kemp, Aaron R.--115.6
  • Kendall, Linda--115.6
  • Kenmore Galleries (Harry Kulkowitz) (re. Tully Filmus)--115.6
  • Kennedy, Jack--115.6
  • Kent, Leonard J., 1930- --115.6
  • Kerbis, Don--115.6
  • Kerison, Abraham--115.6
  • Kersh, Y.--115.6
  • Kershner, Irvin (Warner Bros.) (see also Katz, Granof & Maiden)--27.10, 115.7
  • Kertzer, Morris Norman, 1910- and Julia--115.6
  • Keschner, Israel--115.6
  • Kessler, __ (re. David Kessler)--115.6
  • Kessler, J.--115.6
  • Kessler, Jascha Frederick, 1929- --115.6
  • Kessler, [Lupu]--115.6
  • Kestenbaum, H. (Mrs. Joseph)--115.6
  • Kevorkian, Richard (see Virginia Commonwealth University)
  • Keypour, Shahmaz--115.6
  • Kfustshen, Enir--115.6
  • Khinoy, Mark--115.6
  • Khromchenko, __--115.6
  • Kidron, __--116.1
  • Kierstein, Yetta--116.1
  • Kiffel, Jacob--116.1
  • Kikoin, A.--116.1
  • Kimmel, Leo--116.1
  • Kinder Journal--116.1
  • King, Ch.--116.1
  • King, Lee, Mrs.--116.1
  • King, Marian--116.1
  • Kinneret Day School--131.5
  • Kirby McCauley, Ltd. (Kirby McCauley)--116.1
  • Kirjath Sepher--116.1
  • Kirtelman, Ch.--116.1
  • Kitai, M.--116.1
  • Kizn, Rokhl--116.1
  • Klein, __--116.2
  • Klein, H.--116.2
  • Klein, Lena--116.2
  • Klein, Manfred--116.2
  • Klein, Roger--116.2
  • Kleiner, Jacob--116.2
  • Kleinerman, Channah--116.2
  • Kleinman, Lisa--116.2
  • Klempner, Miriam--116.2
  • Kletschka, Gerhard--6.2
  • Kliewer, Terry--6.2
  • Kliger, Aba, 1892-1961--116.2
  • Kline, Lillian--116.2
  • Kline, Linda Benjamin--116.2
  • Klingbeil, Ursula--116.2
  • Klinghoffer, Clara, 1900-1970 (see Stoppelman- Klinghoffer, Clara)
  • Kloda, Samuel S.--116.2
  • Knapheys, M., 1910- --116.3
  • Knesseth Israel Synagogue (Gloversville, N. Y.) ([Nutta Feierste])--116.3
  • Knight, Mary--116.3
  • Knight, Vick, Jr.--116.3
  • Knobel, Joseph M.--166.27
  • Knox, Betty Donovan--116.3
  • Koch, Ed, 1924- --116.3 (1 from Singer, in Alma's hand)
  • Koch, Joanne--116.3
  • Kodish, Naomi--116.3
  • Koenig, Jacqueline--116.3
  • Koenig, Margaret--162.3
  • Kogawa, Tetsuo--116.3, 117.1
  • Kohner, Frederick--116.3
  • Kohner, Marta Marx--116.3
  • Kohner, Paul, Frederick, and Walter--116.3
  • Koipesh, Gershon--116.3
  • Kol Yi'sra'el (Shirot Hashidor)--116.3
  • Kol Zion (see Rachman, Leyb and Tsanot, A.)
  • Kolitz, Zvi, 1913- --116.3
  • Kollek, Teddy, 1911- --116.3
  • Kolodziejczyk, Leszek--116.3
  • Koltua, Joseph--116.3
  • Kolvenbach, Ulrich--116.3
  • Komitet far Yidisher kultur in Yi'sroel (see World Bureau for Yiddish and Jewish Culture)
  • Koningsveld, P. Sj. van, 1943- --116.3
  • Kopelman, Lucille--116.3
  • Koplenski, B.--116.3
  • Kopstein, Bracha, 1911- --116.3
  • Korn, Rachel H. (Rachel Häring), b. 1898--116.3
  • Korn, Yitshak, 1911- --116.3
  • Kornbluth, Frances Schachter--116.3
  • Korry, Vera (Mrs. Myron)--116.3
  • Koston, Muriel N.--116.3
  • Kotin, David--116.3
  • Kotofsky, __--116.3
  • Koutarsky, Esther--116.3
  • Kowalewski, Janusz, fl. 1955- --116.3
  • Krasnow, Eileen Kramer--116.4
  • Kravitz, M., Mrs.--116.4
  • Krefetz, Samuel--116.4
  • Kreindel, Charles R.--116.4
  • Kreitman, Benjamin--116.4
  • Kreitman, Frances G.--116.4
  • Krementz, Jill--116.4
  • Krensky, Rosemary--116.4
  • Krer, David and Fanny--116.4
  • Kresh, Paul (see also American Judaism)--116.4, 117.1
  • Krestal, Marcia--116.4
  • Kreytman, Ester, 1891-1954--116.5, 126.4
  • Kritzer, Joy--116.4
  • Krivitsky, David, 1884-1967--116.4
  • Krizovski, A. I.--116.4
  • Krum, S.--131.5
  • Krumholtz, Michael--116.4
  • Kryzyzanowski, Jerzy R.--116.4
  • Kuczer, B.--116.4
  • Kuhlman, Fay--116.4
  • Kuhn, Rosa--116.4
  • Kulick, Ethel and Hyman--116.4
  • Kulick, H, Mrs.--116.4
  • Kulming, Josef--116.4
  • Kuperman, L.--116.4
  • Kuperschmidt, Malka--116.4
  • Kupfersc_koine, Estera--116.4
  • Kurtin, Louis--173.17
  • Kurzweil, Arthur--116.4
  • Kvall (see also London, Israel)--116.4
  • Kwiatkowski-Pinchasik, Rivka--116.4
  • L., A., Mrs.--116.6
  • La Med, Louis--116.6
  • Labor Zionist Alliance (U.S.) (I. K. Goldstein)--116.6
  • Labovich, Nathan--116.6
  • [Lachmer, Marshal S.]--116.6
  • Lahart, Catherine--116.6
  • Laitin, Ben--116.6
  • Lake, Joyce--116.6
  • Lal, P.--116.6
  • Lambert, Alan--116.6
  • Laminae Laminating Ltd. (Carmine Campisi)--117.2
  • Lamm, Hans--116.6
  • Lamm, Norman--116.6
  • Lancaster Festival of Literature (Margaret Eddershaw)--116.6
  • Landan, Chaim--171.18
  • Landau, Genevieve Millet--116.6
  • Landau, Jacob--116.6
  • Lande, Julie--116.6
  • Landes, Janet--116.6
  • Landesman, Rocco--116.6
  • Landis, Joseph C.--116.6
  • Landmann, Salcia, 1911- --116.6
  • Landon, Yisrael (Der Kvall)--116.6
  • Lang, Harry--116.6
  • Lang, Sarah--116.6
  • Lansky, A.--116.6
  • Lapautre, Michelle--116.6
  • Lapidus, Meyer--116.6
  • Laravin, L.--116.6
  • Lask, Thomas--116.6
  • Laskin, Pamela L.--116.6
  • Lasky, Tamar--116.6
  • Lasnick, William--116.6
  • Laurence Pollinger Ltd. (Gerald J. Pollinger, Murray Pollinger)--109.7, 110.1, 110.2
  • Laury, Eleanor--116.6
  • Lavelle School for the Blind (Thomas Keogh)--116.6
  • Lavin, Audrey--116.6
  • Lawrence, Dana--116.6
  • Lea, James--116.7
  • Lebowitz, M. L.--116.7
  • LeClaire, Cynthia--171.20
  • Lederman, David I.--116.7
  • Ledig-Rowohlt, Heinrich Maria, 1908- --110.1
  • Leerink, J. A.--116.7
  • Leff, Juliette--116.7
  • Legman, Leopold--116.7
  • Lehman, Glenn M.--116.7
  • Lehmann, W. P. (Winfred Philipp, 1916- ) (see Bar-Adon, Aaron)
  • Lehnoff, Hermann--116.7
  • Lehrer, Leibush, 1887-1964--116.7
  • Lehrich, Allen--116.7
  • Lehrman, Irving (Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, Fl.)--116.7
  • Leibik, Peter--116.7
  • Leibowitz, Anita--116.7
  • Leiter, Symme--116.7
  • Lekisch, K. Peter--116.7
  • Leneman, Léon, 1909- --116.7
  • Lenowitz, Itta--116.7
  • Leon Friedman (Friedman, Leon) (see also Adams, Ray & Rosenberg)--117.2
  • Leon Kellman (Kellman, Leon) (re. Nancy Gross)--109.7, 116.7
  • Leon, Masha--116.7
  • Leonard, E. J., Mrs.--116.7
  • Leonard, Herbert B. (Herbert Leonard Enterprises, Inc.)--116.7
  • Leopold, Franz--116.7
  • Lerner, Falik--116.7
  • Lerner, Sam--116.7
  • Lerner, Susan--116.7
  • Lesch, Hermann--116.7
  • Lescher & Lescher, Ltd. (Thomas J. Butrim, Joyce Goodwin, Susan L__, Robert Lescher, Marina Stuart Merill, Margaret Murphy, Richard Prentice) (see also Collins, Rima; Doubleday and Company, Inc; Linder, Erich; National Jewish Welfare Board Lecture Bureau)--4.27, 42.9, 62.3, 75.4, 85.9, 110.2, 110.3, 117.1, 117.2, 134.16, 134.18, 163.7
  • Lesnik, Zille--171.21
  • Lester, Elenore, 1919- --116.7
  • Letowska, Sofia (Zofia)--116.7
  • Letzte Ness (Tel Aviv) --117.3
  • Levenberg, M.--117.3
  • Levenson, David--117.3
  • Lever, Eric--117.3
  • Leverstròm, Lennart--117.3
  • Leviant, Curt--117.3
  • Levin, Beatrice--117.3
  • Levin, Ezra--117.3
  • Levin, Judy--117.3
  • Levin, Meyer, 1905- --117.3
  • Levin, Mildred and Morton B.--117.3
  • Levin, S.--117.3
  • Levin, Tereska (Mrs. Meyer) (see Torrès, Tereska)
  • Levine, Anna Maria--117.3, 171.23
  • Levine, C.--117.3
  • Levine, E.--117.3
  • Levine, Jeffrey--117.3
  • Levine, Rose (Rose Levine Book Reviews)--117.3
  • Levine, Yitzhak--117.3
  • Levinson, Betty--117.3
  • Levison, Judith A.--117.3
  • Levy, Anna--117.3
  • Levy, Ely (Eliyahu)--117.3
  • Levy, Perle L.--117.3
  • Levy, Robert M.--117.3
  • Levy, Shirley--117.3
  • Levy, Z. David--117.3
  • Lewin, Lucille--117.4
  • Lewin, Rhea--117.4
  • Lewin, Toni--117.4
  • Lewis, Barbara May--171.24
  • Lewis, R.--117.4
  • Lex, Elisabeth--117.4
  • Leyb, Chaim--117.4
  • Lezri, Khoshe--117.4
  • Lib, Yehuda [Lev]--117.4
  • Liber, A.--117.4
  • Liberman, Gilbert H.--117.4
  • Liberson, David and Betty--117.4
  • Libman, Sh.--117.4
  • Libman, Yitshak, 1899-1959--117.4
  • Library Journal (John N. Berry III)--117.4
  • Library of Congress. Manuscript Division. Poetry Office (Nancy Galbraith, James H. Hutson, Myron M. Weinstein)--117.4
  • Lichman, Eleanor--117.4
  • Licht, David (Jewish Community Center of Milwaukee, Teatro Soleil)--117.4
  • Lichtman, M.--117.4
  • Lieber, D., Mrs.--110.2
  • Lieber, Mary and Arnold--117.5
  • Lieberman, Elias, 1888- (Lieberman Katz & Aronson)--117.5
  • Lieberman, Moshe (Hallein Displaced Persons Camp)--117.5
  • Lieberman, Robert--117.5
  • Lieblich, Irene and Jakob (see also Drayer, Rebecca)--117.5
  • Life (New York, N. Y.) (David E. Scherman)--117.5
  • Lifshe Widman Book Committee--117.5
  • Lifshitz, Moshe--117.5
  • Lifshiz, J. M.--117.5
  • Lifson, David S.--117.5
  • Lifson, M.--117.5
  • Liftvitch, Yosef--117.5
  • Ligfir, M. M.--117.5
  • Lime Kiln School (Suffern, N. Y.) (Claire M. Cohen and students)--117.5
  • Limited Editions Club--117.5
  • Lin, Angela--117.5
  • Lincolnwood Library (Lincolnwood, Ill.) (James Friend)--135.17
  • Linder AG (Paul Fritz, Erich Linder)--117.1, 117.2
  • Lipkin, Lynn--117.5
  • Lipschitz, Sharon Beth--117.5
  • Lipschutz, Morris--117.5
  • Lipsitz, Jack M.--117.5
  • Liquori, Josephine--117.5
  • Lishneineron, Sh.--117.5
  • Listener (David Jones)--117.5
  • Liszoková, Lenka--117.5
  • Liteler, I.--117.5
  • Literary Clipping Service (Joyce Lake, Catherine A. Powers)--117.5
  • Literary Connection, Inc. (Sidney Poland)--117.5
  • Literary Guild of America (Marjorie Goldstein)--117.5
  • Literatura na Swiecie (Robert D. Jones)--117.5
  • Littauer, Sebastian B.--117.5
  • Little, Brown and Company (Roger Donald, Naomi L. Thompson, James H. Silberman)--117.5, 174.15
  • Litvag, Irving (see also Washington State University)--117.5, 162.2
  • Litvinovsky, Moses--117.5
  • Livingston, Myra Cohn--118.1
  • Livingstone, Harrison Edward--118.1
  • Livy, Jack--118.1
  • Llewellyn, John--118.1
  • Löb, Kurt--118.1 (includes 1 from Singer)
  • Loeb Student Center (see New York University)
  • Loewe, F.--118.1
  • Lofman, R. B., Mrs.--118.1
  • London, Israel (I. London, Publisher)--118.1
  • London Jewish Chronicle (see Jewish Chronicle)
  • London, Peter--118.1
  • Londroche, Marianne--118.1
  • Long, Carol--118.1
  • Long Island University (William M. Birenbaum, Edward A. Clark, Arthur M. Katz, Robert Donald Spector, Martin Tucker)--118.1
  • Longanesi & co. (Mario Monti, Lisa Morpurgo)--110.3, 118.1
  • Lonker, Dorothy K.--118.1
  • Loop College (Chicago, Ill.)--118.1
  • Lopez, Suzanne--118.1
  • Loranger, Janet A.--118.1
  • Los Angeles Valley College (Marvin S. Zuckerman)--118.1
  • Los Gatos Memorial Library (Dilles, Marilyn)--118.1
  • Lottman, Herbert R.--118.1, 165.4
  • Lowe, Jimmy--118.1
  • Lowenthal, Helen (Mrs. Jesse)--118.1
  • Lowenthal, Jesse--118.1
  • Lowenthal, Sonia--118.1
  • Lowy, Kurt--118.1
  • Loyster, Sara--118.1
  • Lozowick, [Melle] (Mrs. Arnold)--118.1
  • Lubetsky, C.--118.2
  • Luckshine, Alexander--118.2
  • Lui, Harry M.--118.2
  • Luker, Julius [Luder?]--118.2
  • Lummatzsch, Lila Steiner--118.2
  • Luna, Victoria--118.2
  • Lunzer, J. Peter--118.2
  • Luria, Shrida--118.2
  • Lurie, Frida [Fariza]--118.3
  • Lutske, Harvey H.--118.2
  • Luttringhaus, Jessalyn--118.2
  • L'vov, Arkadii--118.2
  • Lyerla, Yvonne--118.2
  • Lynch, Gretchen D.--118.2
  • [Lynes, Cynthia]--118.2
  • Lyons, Sylvia (Mrs. Leonard)--118.2
  • Ma'ariv (Shalom Rosenfeld)--118.4
  • Machon L'Madrichei Chutz LaAretz (see World Zionist Organization. Youth and Hechalutz Dept.)
  • MacKenzie, Rachel (see The New Yorker)
  • Maclean's (Robert Fulford)--118.4
  • Macmillan Company (Barbara Heckethorn, Anne McAtee, Robert Markel)--118.4
  • Macover, Luba (for Ester Karp)--118.4
  • MacShane, Frank--118.4
  • McCall's (Natalie Gittelson)--118.4
  • McCann, Thomas R.--118.4
  • McCord, Alan--118.4
  • McCorquodale, Ellen--118.4
  • McDermott, Will & Emery (Firm) (Philip R. Greenberg)--132.22, 142.6
  • McDonald, Julie--118.4
  • McDonald, Margaret Ann, Sister--166.34
  • McDowell Colony (R. Eveleen Woodward) (re. Evelyn Shefner Smith)--118.4
  • McGill University. B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation (Samuel Cass)--118.4
  • McGowan, Maria--118.4
  • McGraw-Hill Book Company (Robert Gutwillig, Pauline Light)--118.4
  • McKeen, Chuck--118.4
  • McNally, Peter--131.5
  • McPherson, William--118.4
  • McShane, Edward--118.4
  • Mademoiselle (Phyllis Rifield)--118.4
  • Madison Area Writers Workshop (Clarice Chase Dunn)--118.4
  • Madison Public Library (Ericksen, Ellen)--118.4
  • Maflin, J.--118.4
  • Magnifico, Helen--118.4
  • Magnum Photos, inc. (see Davidson, Bruce)
  • Magris, Claudio--118.4
  • Mähler, Sigue--118.4
  • Mailer, Norman--118.4
  • Malach, Lotty F., 1905- --118.4
  • Malamud, Bernard--118.4
  • Malin, Irving--118.4
  • Malina, Marilyn--118.4
  • Malkin, Carole--118.4
  • Mallav, Aaron--118.4
  • Mallon, Stevan D.--118.4
  • Malmquist, Rachael (Rochele Ary)--118.4
  • Mamdelman, Breindel--118.4
  • Mamis, Nancy--118.4
  • Mandel, David J. and Judith--118.4
  • Mandell, Morris--118.4
  • Mandelman, Rachel Brenda--118.4
  • Maneval, Herbert J.--118.4
  • Manfred, Ernest F.--118.4
  • Manhattan Day School (Miriam Levin)--118.4
  • Mankowitz, Wolf--118.4
  • Mann, D. K.--118.4
  • Mann, Harry--118.4
  • Manoff, Richard K.--118.4
  • Mantz, Evelyn P.--118.4
  • Marans, N.--118.5
  • March, Terry--118.5
  • Marchant, Peter--118.5
  • Marco Polo Dinner Theatre (Marco Polo Hotel, Miami Beach) (Michael Glanfield)--118.5
  • Marcus, Jerry--118.5
  • Margolin, Adele--118.5
  • Margolin, Anna--118.5
  • Margolin, P.--118.5
  • Margolis, David--118.5
  • Margoshes, Rose K.--118.5
  • Mark, Jonathan--118.5
  • Mark Twain Society (Cyril Clemens)--118.5
  • Mark, Yudel, 1897-1975--118.5
  • Markovic, Jakub--118.5
  • Markusfeld, A.--118.5
  • Marmel, Greg--118.5
  • Marsano, W. A.--118.5
  • Marshall & Vigoda (Paul G. Marshall)--118.5
  • Martin, Eunice Ingrid--118.5, 145.1
  • Martin, Jay--118.5
  • Martin, Maureen B.--118.5
  • Martin, Reed--118.5
  • Martin, Werner--165.10
  • Marvald, Meyer M.--118.5
  • Marzoshes, Sh.--118.5
  • Massachusetts Review (Sidney Kaplan)--118.5
  • Matalon, Yanda--118.6
  • Matchbox (Amnesty International) (Kathy Cecil)--118.6
  • Matenko, Pesach--118.6
  • Mathieu, Bertrand (re. Henry Miller)--118.6
  • Mathijssen, Jan--118.6
  • Mathilde Schechter Dormitory Fund (Goldie Schwarz)--118.6
  • Mathisson, H.--118.6
  • Mattenson, Merle--118.6
  • Matthews, Linda--118.6
  • Matzner, David, 1914-1986--118.6
  • Maurer, Kirsti--118.6
  • Maxey, David--118.6
  • Maximos Family--118.6
  • Maxwell, John David Flegenheimer (M.D. Silva Intermediate School, Newark, Calif.)--118.6
  • May, Morris--118.6
  • Mayer, Debby--118.6
  • Mayer, Harvey--118.6
  • Mayet, Steven--118.6
  • Mayle, Elighja, Jr.--118.6
  • Mazur, Zelik--118.6
  • Mazursky, Paul--118.6
  • Mearson, Lyon, 1888-1966--118.6
  • Meba, Zuzep--118.6
  • Meckler, Ann--118.6
  • Medicare/Medicaid Program (U. S.)--142.8
  • Mehl, Vicki--118.6
  • Mehta, Rasik F.--118.6
  • Meillard, L. H.--118.6
  • Meiman, Jane--118.6
  • Meisel, Rachel--118.6
  • Melady, Thomas and Margaret--118.6
  • Melamed, E.--118.6
  • Melamed, Simon--118.6
  • Meltzer, Shimson--118.6
  • Menachovsky, M. (Moshe), 1893-1969--118.6
  • Menashe, Abraham, 1951- --118.7
  • Menashe, Dvorah (see Telushkin, Dvorah)
  • Mendell, Carlton E.--118.7
  • Mendelsohn, A. A., Mrs.--118.7
  • Mendelsohn, Esther and Norman--118.7
  • Mendelsohn, Mal and Joyce (see also Jewish Young Men's and Women's Association)--118.7
  • Mendelsohn, P. W.--118.7
  • Mendelson, Sh. H.--118.7
  • Mendelson, Solomon (Congregation Beth Sholom, Long Beach, N. Y.) (see also Moraine Productions)--118.7
  • Mendoza, Jane--118.7
  • Menken, Michelle--118.7
  • Menkin, E.--118.7
  • Mensch, William--118.7
  • Mercier, Vivian, 1919- --118.7
  • Mercur, Wolf--118.7
  • Merenshteyn, Moshe--118.7
  • Merom, Israel, 1891-1976 (Histadrut ha-kelalit shel ha-'ovdim ha-'Ivrim be-Erets-Yi'sra'el)--118.7
  • Mersand, Joseph E., 1907- --118.7
  • Merzer, Arieh, 1905- --118.7
  • Messing, Sy--118.7
  • Metro Fire Rescue 21 (Miami, Fla.)--142.8
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N. Y.) (Ashton Hawkins)--157.2
  • Metzger, Claire--118.7
  • Meyer, Joseph H.--118.7
  • Meyer, Marge--118.7
  • Meyer, Stuart L.--118.7
  • Meyerhof, Lea--118.7
  • Meyers, Annette--118.7
  • Meyers, Roberta--118.7
  • Meyerson, Alice and Ed--118.7
  • Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce (Robert M. Levy)--119.1
  • Miami-Dade Public Library (Marcie Ersoff)--119.1
  • Miami (Fla.) Circuit Court. Probate Division--142.6
  • Mibashan-Hirshfeld (Comision de Homenaje a la revista "El Espejo")--119.1
  • Michael Rae Associates (David M. Block)--119.1
  • Michaels, Brenda Hillman--119.1
  • Michelson, Richard--171.34
  • Michigan State University (Barry Gross)--119.1
  • Middendorf, [Varelliee]--119.1
  • Midstream (Rosely Himmelstein, Shlomo Katz, Ronald Sanders)--119.1
  • Midway Jewish Center Sisterhood (Sheila Slade)--119.1
  • Midwood, Barton, 1938- --119.1
  • Miller, Belle--119.1
  • Miller, David Neal--119.1
  • Miller, Henry, 1891- --119.2
  • Miller, Jack L.--119.1
  • Miller, Joan--119.1
  • Miller, Lillian Ray--119.1
  • Miller, N.--119.1
  • Miller, S.--119.1
  • Miller, S., Mrs.--119.1
  • Miller, Sharon--119.1
  • Miller, Shin--119.1
  • Miller, Stephanie--119.1
  • Milshteyn, Moshe--119.1
  • Milstone, Morris--119.1, 171.35
  • Milwaukee Jewish Home (Phyllis Dorf)--119.1
  • Milwaukee Public Library (Ruth Goren)--119.1
  • Milwaukee Writers Project (Jonathan Fisher)--119.1
  • Mindich, Bernard--119.1
  • Mine, A.--119.1
  • Minski, Nate--119.1
  • Mishkenot Sha'ananim (Peter Halban)--119.1
  • Mishkin, Bertha (Mrs. Irving)--119.1
  • Mishorad HaDatot (Sh. Z. Kahane)--119.1
  • Mitchel, Julio, 1942- --119.1
  • Mitchell, Wayne--119.1
  • Mixon, __ (California State University, Fresno)--119.1
  • Mizrachi Organization of America. National Committee for Torah Judaism--119.1
  • Mnookin, Jennifer and Joshua Foa Dienstag, 1965- --119.3
  • Mo, Bertie--119.3
  • Mocarski, Miriam (see Roffman, Barry)
  • Modern Language Association of America (William D. Schaefer)--119.3
  • Moffatt, Dave--119.3
  • Mohan, Anand--119.3
  • Mohler, Jeff--119.3
  • Moldoff, Bill "Morris"--119.3
  • Molumphy, Olive S.--119.3
  • Monash, Paul, 1917- --119.3
  • Monde (Pierre Dommergues)--119.3
  • Moneysworth (Susan Epstein)--119.3
  • Monroe, Gary--119.3
  • Montreal Yiddish Writers Union--119.3
  • Moorcroft, Marilyn--119.3
  • Moore, Paul--119.3
  • Moore, Shi Chung Park--119.3
  • Moore, Vicki--119.3
  • Moraine Productions Corp. (see also Mendelson, Sol)--110.2, 133.2
  • Morgan, Arthur J.--119.3
  • Morgenstern, Yitzhak--119.3
  • Moritz, Leon--119.3
  • Mosaiska församlingen i Stockholm (Henryk Bankier, Fritz Hollander, Morton H. Narrowe, Torsten Press)--119.4, 160.1
  • Moscovici, Rebeca--119.4
  • Moscowitz, Pearl--119.4
  • Moshe Knaphais Jubilei-comitet--119.4
  • Moskat, George--119.4
  • Moskowitz, Anna [Barry] (Mrs. Ira)--119.4
  • Moskowitz, Estelle--119.4
  • Moskowitz, Ira (see also Doubleday and Company, Inc.)--119.4
  • Mosliyah, Natalie--119.4
  • Moss, Rose--119.4
  • Mott, David--119.4
  • Mouckley, Meg (see Sossin, Ellen)
  • Movshow, Rae--119.4
  • Mowery, Shawn--119.4
  • Mozer, Frank--119.4
  • Mukduni, A.--119.4
  • Muller, Janice--119.4
  • Mundy, Robert--119.4
  • Munster, Leopold--119.4
  • Murray Sales & Service Co. (Donald Murray) (see Secker & Warburg)
  • Museum of the City of New York (Esther M. Enzer)--119.4
  • Myerhoff, Barbara G.--119.4, 172.1
  • Myers, Bruce--119.4
  • NBC News (Doris Ann, Robert Ferraro)--64.3, 119.5
  • Nagler, Richard--119.5
  • Naitlman, I.--119.5
  • Nakopiiri (Kaija Helo)--119.5
  • Naks, Azriel--119.5
  • Nancarrow, Annette--119.5
  • Narot, Joseph R. (Temple Israel of Greater Miami)--119.5
  • Narsol Sam and Pearl--119.5
  • Nash, Seymour C.--119.5
  • Nassau Community Temple (Sidney Ballon)--119.5
  • Nat Berger Securities Corp. (Nat Berger)--119.5
  • Nathans, David--119.5
  • Nathans, Rhoda--119.5
  • National Arts Club (New York, N.Y.) (Tony Zwicker)--119.5, 145.2
  • National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies (Robert L. Lynch)--119.5
  • National Catholic Society for Animal Welfare (Helen E. Jones)--119.5
  • National Committee for Labor Israel (Bernard B. Jacobson, Judah Joseph Shapiro)--119.5
  • National Council of Jewish Women
    • Bayonne-Jersey City Section (Clare Heyman)--119.5
    • Essex County Section (Maureen S. Silver)--119.5
    • Fair Lawn, N. J. (Lillian Kessel)--119.5
    • Greater Miami Section (Sue Horowitz, Judy Levin, Nan Rich)--119.5
  • National Council of Teachers of English (John C. Maxwell)--119.5
  • National Endowment for the Arts (Rose DiNapoli, John E. Frohnmayer, Leonard Randolph, Roger L. Stevens)--119.5
  • National Federation of Temple Youth (Henry Franc Skirball)--119.5
  • National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (U.S.) (Grant Beglarian)--119.5
  • National Foundation for Jewish Culture (U.S.) (Judah Joseph Shapiro)--119.5
  • National Institute of Arts and Letters (U.S.) (Jacques Barzun, Hortense Calisher, Babette Detusch, Peter DeVries, Leon Edel, Felicia Geffeno, John Hersey, Hannah Josephson, Lydia Kaim, George F. Kennan, William Meredith, Margaret M. Mills, Allan Nevins, John Updike, Glenway Wescott) (see also Wescott, Glenway)--159.1
  • National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.) (Walter Reich, 1943- )--119.5
  • National Jewish Theatre Festival (Susan Jurick)--110.3, 133.3
  • National Jewish Welfare Board Lecture Bureau (Herschel Bernardi, Jeanette Bykofsky, Samuel D. Freeman, Mollie Hellman, Sesil Lissberger, Beatrice Weber) (see also Cohen, Gilda R. and Lynch, Gretchen D.)--117.1, 119.6, 135.18-135.21
  • National Liberal Party (Beirut, Lebanon) (Camille N. Chamoun) (see Wirsan, Martin)
  • National Observer (Silver Spring, Md.) (Marion Simon)--119.5
  • National Society of Literature and the Arts (James A. Michener)--119.5
  • National Yiddish Book Exchange (U.S.) (Aaron Lansky)--119.5
  • Naturman, Yitzhak--119.5
  • Natzmer, Friederike--119.5
  • Nauen, Rena--119.5
  • Navia-Osorio, Alfonso--119.5
  • Needelman, Bert--119.5
  • Neier, Yvette--119.5
  • Nelson Doubleday Books (Marjorie Goldstein)--119.5
  • Nelson, Jeffrey--119.5
  • Nestlé--119.5
  • Neubauer, Gale--119.5
  • Neugroschel, Joachim--119.5
  • Neuland, Siegfried (see Henry J. Zacharius)
  • Neuman, Isaac--119.5
  • New American Review (New American Library) (Ted Solotaroff)--119.7
  • New Leader (Myron Kolatch, S. M. Levitas)--119.7
  • New Outlook (Tel Aviv, Israel) (Hillel Schenker)--119.7
  • New Republic (Martin Peretz)--119.7
  • New Review (Roman Goul)--119.7
  • New Rochelle School District (Don Zaccagnino)--119.7
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) (Allen Austill, John R. Everett)--119.7
  • New York Arts Journal (Richard Burgin)--119.7
  • New York Association for New Americans (George J. Friedman)--119.7
  • New York Book Fair (Susan Mernit)--119.7
  • New York Herald Tribune (Frederick M. Shaine)--82.6
  • New York (N.Y.). Board of Education (New York Storytelling Festival) (Claire Rudin)--119.7
  • New York Post (Helen __)--119.7
  • New York Public Library (Marie Ferrigno, Bernice MacDonald, Marcia Lane Purcell)--119.7
  • New York Public Library. Board of Trustees (Mrs.Vincent Astor)--119.7
  • New York Public Library. Office of Children's Services (Augusta Baker)--119.7
  • New York Public Library at Lincoln Center (Donald Fowle)--119.7
  • New York School for Circus Arts, Inc. (Paula Lipsitz)--119.7
  • New York State Council on the Arts (Kitty Carlisle Hart)--119.7
  • New York (State). Dept. of Taxation and Finance--142.6
  • New York Times (Seymour Peck)--119.7
  • New York Times Book Review (Francis Brown, Nona Balakian, Maggie Berkuist, George A. Woods, Arline Youngman)--119.7
  • New York Times Magazine (see Schwartz, Howard and Shaw, Richard)
  • New York University (Ivan L. Bennett, Jr., Carlton C. Rochell, David Rudavsky, S. Andrew Schaffer, George Winchester Stone)--119.7
  • New York University. Gallatin Division. (Joan Rodman Goulianos)--119.7
  • New York University. Libraries (Theodore Greider, George Winchester Stone)--119.7
  • New Yorker (Katherine Black, Milton Greenstein, Robert Hemenway, Robert Henderson, Kathleen Knoll, Nancy Kudlow, Rachel MacKenzie, Charles McGrath, Jane Mankiewicz, William Maxwell, Emily Orick, William Shawn)--1.11, 5.19, 5.20, 6.9, 6.17, 11.6, 12.23, 12.27, 13.14, 13.21, 13.30, 20.10, 26.8, 30.8, 31.7, 32.2, 32.17, 35.2, 42.15, 52.25, 57.17, 58.19, 58.24, 59.8, 61.10, 66.13, 66.20, 68.9, 71.4, 81.11, 85.14, 87.17, 89.4, 89.16, 96.9, 110.1, 120.1, 133.2, 133.21
  • New Yorker Books (Peter Martin)--119.7
  • Newbery Award Records (Claire Glass Miller, Kate Rotardier)--119.7
  • Newgarden, Albert--119.7
  • Newman, David--119.7
  • Newman, Julian--119.7
  • Newman, M.--119.7
  • Newman, Rebecca--119.7
  • Newsday (Ilene Barth)--119.7
  • Newsweek (Joel Blocker)--119.7
  • Ney, Richard--120.2
  • Niger, Samuel, 1883-1955--120.2
  • Night Beat (see DuMont Broadcasting)
  • Night Talk (see Robinson, Marcella)
  • Nimrod (Tulsa, Okla.) (Francine Ringold)--120.2
  • 92nd Street Y (New York, N.Y.) (Nathan Kolodney, Sima Mittman)--120.2
  • Nir, Yehuda, 1930- --120.2
  • Nissenson, Hugh and Marilyn--120.2
  • Nizer, Louis, 1902- --120.2
  • Noah Goldberg Book Committee--120.2
  • Nobelstiftelsen (Stig Ramel)--160.1 (1 from Singer, in Alma's hand)
  • Nograd, M. W.--120.2
  • Nomberg Writers Union (Buenos Aires) (__ Zak, ¬__ Zudker)--120.2
  • Noonday Press (see Farrar, Straus & Giroux and Meyer, Stuart L.)
  • Nord, Barbara--120.2
  • Nordfors, Michael--120.2
  • Nordstrom, Ursula--120.2
  • Norkin, Harry--120.2
  • Norman, Yosl--120.2
  • Norris, Gloria (see Book of the Month Club)
  • North American Vegetarian Society (Bine, David J.)--120.2
  • North Shore Community Arts Center (Great Neck, N. Y.) (Stanley Swerdlow)--120.2
  • North Shore Synagogue (Joshua Ginsparg)--120.2
  • North York Public Library (Ont.) (John Marshall)--120.2
  • Northamerica Equity Holdings, Inc.--120.2
  • Northwest Intermediate School (Salt Lake City) (Patrick Eddington)--120.2
  • Northwestern University Press (Lawrence G. Corey)--120.2
  • Noskin, Bernard--120.2
  • Novenson, Sara--120.2
  • Novinsky, Anita--120.2
  • Novograd, Nancy Gerstein--120.2
  • Nunberg, Arthur--120.2
  • NYANA News (see New York Association for New Americans)
  • Nyilas-Kolb, Jenö--120.2
  • Oakes, Theresa--120.3
  • Oberlin College (John W. Kneller, Sidney Rosenfeld, David Young)--120.3
  • O'Brien, Edna--120.3
  • Ochs, Carol--120.3
  • Offenbacher, Richard and Louise--120.3
  • Ofrochinsky, M.--120.3
  • Ogen, Y., 1909- --120.3
  • Ohio University. Press (Cecil Hemley, Barbara Matthews) (see also Hemley, Cecil)--120.3
  • Okun-Kohen, Libe--120.3
  • Olila, Girsh-Nertuan--120.3
  • Olyanova, Nadya--120.3
  • Ontario Educational Communications Authority (Richard Handler)--120.3
  • Opatoshu, David, 1918- --120.3
  • Open Court Publishing Company (see Cricket)
  • Opiela, [Fran]--120.3
  • Oppel, Robert R.--120.3
  • Oppenheim, Menashe--120.3
  • Oppenheimer, Dorothea--120.3
  • Opperman, Harry--120.3
  • Or Hamizrach (Aaron Petchenik)--120.3
  • Oren, Michal--120.3
  • Orenshteyn, Shimor--120.3
  • Orenstein, Leo L.--120.3
  • Orgel, Irene--120.3
  • Oringer, Barry Ira--120.3
  • Orio, Edward--120.3
  • Orlow, Rhoda--120.3
  • Orman, Arthur A.--69.27
  • Orth, Richard C.--173.7
  • Osterman, Geri--7.9
  • Ostlund, Kenneth--7.9
  • Ostrover, A. M.--120.3
  • Otten, Ellen--120.3
  • Oufalea, Rose--120.3
  • Overall, William E.--120.3
  • Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies (David Patterson)--120.3
  • Ozer, Irving--120.3
  • PEN (Organization) (Stanislaw Baranczak, Charles Bracelen Flood, Lewis Galantiere, Karen Kennerly, Harold Marcus, Kirsten Michalski, James Putnam) (see also Chute, B. J.)--91.14, 160.5 (includes 1 from Singer)
  • PEN (Organization). Canadian Centre (Gillian McLallumper)--160.5
  • Pachter, Hedwig--120.4
  • Packer, Stephanie--120.4
  • Packman, Florence Rosenbluth--120.4
  • Padnos, Mark--120.4
  • Pahl, Helmut--120.4
  • Paige, Dorothy A.--120.4
  • Palant, Sylvia and J. Rothenberg--120.4
  • Palatnik, Rosa, 1904-1979--120.4 (includes 1 from Singer)
  • Palmer, Harry--120.4
  • Palmer, R. C.--120.4
  • Palmieri-Billig, Lisa--120.4
  • Paltis, Jacquelyne L. (see Shub, Elizabeth)
  • Panarion (Marlene Frantz, James Kirsch, Denise Nee-Harris)--120.4
  • Panger, Daniel--120.4
  • Panhaus, Lothar--120.4
  • Panorama (Joseph Haas)--120.4
  • Pantheon Books (Lynn Goldberg, Peggy Young)--120.4
  • Parabola (Susan Bergholz, James Odell)--120.4
  • Paragon House Publishers (Frederick Sontag)--120.4
  • Parameters (Roland R. Sullivan)--120.4
  • Paretzky, S.--120.4
  • Park Avenue Synagogue (Joanne V. Davis, Susan Lerner, George Shapiro)--120.4
  • Parker, Alex S.--120.4
  • Parker, G., Mrs.--120.4
  • Parker, Jim and Marge--120.4
  • Parmer, Leo G.--120.4
  • Parris, Eula K.--120.4
  • Parti socialiste (France) (Jack Lang)--120.4
  • Partisan Review (see California State Prison at San Quentin)
  • Paryszewski, Marcos, 1891-1970--120.4, 131.5
  • Pasirstein, Abraham, 1895-1955--120.5
  • Passes-Pazolski, Alan--120.5
  • Pasternack, Aron L.--120.5
  • Pastoukhoff, Boris, 1894-1974 and Julia--120.5
  • Patel, Thelma--120.5
  • Paterson Free Public Library (Jeannette Kilpatrick)--120.5
  • Patricia Karlen Agency (Patricia Karlan)--110.3, 132.18, 132.22
  • Patriotic Pledge Program (Kevin Newman)--120.5
  • Patterson, Lindsay--120.5
  • Pavloff, I.--120.5
  • Pawlack, Paul--120.5
  • Paxton and Seasongood (Robert P. Goldman) (see Henry J. Zacharias)
  • Peck, Seymour--120.5
  • Pelc [Pele?], Margot--120.5
  • Pelikan, Maria--120.5
  • Pelofsky, Lawrence H.--120.5
  • Penguin (Firm) (Dotti Irving, Janice Brent, Judith Burnley, Linda Lloyd Jones, Anthony Mott, Humphrey Price, Kaye Webb)--120.5
  • Penn, Abe--120.5
  • Penn, Ascher--120.5
  • Penney, Franka--120.5
  • Penthouse (New York, N.Y.) (Paul Bresnick)--120.5
  • Pereflatchik, M.--120.5
  • Peretz, David--172.9
  • Peretz, Martin (see also New Republic)--120.5
  • Peretz, Moishe-Josef (see Peretz, David)
  • Peritson, Meir Musaf--120.6
  • Perle, Iehoshua, 1888-1943--120.6
  • Perlman, L.--120.6
  • Perlmutter, A.--120.6
  • Perlmutter, Amos and Nina--120.6
  • Perlow, Itzjok, 1911-1980 (see also Fareyn fun Yidishe shraybers un zshurnalistn in Yi'sroel)--121.1
  • Perlstadt, I.--120.6
  • Persky, Daniel, 1887-1962--120.6
  • Pertzoff, Liv--120.6
  • Pestka, Sidney--120.6
  • Pet News (Michael Shapiro)--120.6
  • Peter Owen Ltd. (Peter Owen)--120.6
  • Petersen, Holger--120.6
  • Petnick, Basya--120.6
  • Petrakis, Harry Mark--120.6
  • Pewther, Judson T.--120.6
  • Pfeifer, I.--120.6
  • [Pflaum], Alma--120.6
  • Phelps, Donald--120.6
  • Phi Beta Kappa. Alpha of New Jersey (Rutgers University) (Leo Troy)--120.6
  • Philadelphia Drama Guild (Mary P. Packwood)--120.6
  • Philadelphia Geriatric Center. Home and Hospital for the Jewish Aged (Elsa Marx)--120.6
  • Philip Citron, Inc. (Philip Citron)--120.6
  • Philipp Reclam jun. (Firm)--110.3
  • Phillips, Nizer, Benjamin, Krim & Ballon (Seymour M. Peyser)--110.3
  • Picard, Jacob, 1883-1967--121.2
  • Pickle, J. J. (see Bar-Adon, Aaron)
  • Pickwick Bookshops (Lloyd Harkema)--121.2
  • Pieraccini, Roland--121.2
  • Pierce, Gail--121.2
  • Pietrasiewicz, Tomasz--121.2
  • Pilcer, Sonia--121.2
  • Pilowsky, Arye Leyb--121.2
  • Pincus, Rebecca--121.2
  • Pink, Lutka--121.2
  • Pinsker, Harriet--176.3
  • Pinsker, Sanford--121.2
  • Pinsof, June Bild--121.2
  • Piper, Barbara--121.2
  • Pippel, Kathie--121.2
  • Piternick, Morris--121.2
  • Pitigliani, Fausto--121.2
  • Pitts, Roy--121.2
  • Planetary Society (Bruce C. Murray, Thomas O. Paine, Carl Sagan) (re. Mars Declaration)--121.2
  • Platte, Bernhard R.--121.2
  • Playboy (Chicago, Ill.) (Marilyn Alvarado, Hortense Leon, Arthur Kretchmer, Michael Laurence, Robie Macauley, Arthur Paul, Constance Segur, Barbara Simone, A. C. (Auguste C.) Spectorsky, Alice K. Turner)--90.13, 121.2, 172.6
  • Playboy Enterprises. Book Division (Bill Adler) (see Firestone, Ross)
  • Plenum Publishing Company (James K. Johnson)--176.1
  • Pletman, Max--121.2
  • Plissner, Harry--121.2
  • Plotz, Dick--121.2
  • Podoloff, Jacob--121.3
  • Poetry Center of the 92nd Street YM-YWHA (New York, N.Y.) (June Fortress, Galen Williams)--121.3
  • Poets & Writers, Inc. (Debby Mayer, Galen Williams)--121.3, 135.17
  • Poland. Consulate General, New York--121.3
  • [Polewej], Joseph--121.3
  • Polish, Daniel F.--121.3
  • Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America (Thaddeus V. Gromada, Jan Wszelaki)--121.3
  • Pollack, H.--121.3
  • Pollack, Ida W.--121.3
  • Pomerantz, Israel Chaim, 1904-1962--121.3
  • Pompano Beach Public Library (Ben Laitin)--121.3
  • Pondrom, Cyrena N.--121.3
  • Pontsch, Runia--121.4, 121.5
  • Pony, Jabdw--121.3
  • Pope County Community High School (Stephen Broemmel)--121.3
  • Porter, Martin--172.7
  • Posadowsky-Wehner, Harald, Graf von--121.3
  • Posnick, Michael--56.10, 121.3
  • Potok, Adema (see American Jewish Cultural Festival)
  • Potok, Chaim--121.3
  • Potter, Clara (New York Times)--121.3
  • Prager, Alan--121.3
  • Prager, Moshe, 1908-1984 or 5--121.3
  • Prague, Lenore J.--121.3
  • Präsidialabteilung der Stadt Zurich (N. Baerlocher)--110.3
  • Pravda, Anita--121.3
  • Praver, Jan--121.3
  • Prescott, Shirley--121.3
  • Present Tense (Radio program) (Hanna F. Desser, Murray Polner)--121.3
  • President's Commission on the Holocaust (Irving Greenberg)--121.3
  • Press Box (restaurant) (Michael Wayne)--121.3
  • Press, Judith--121.3
  • Presse (Buenos Aires) (see also Botoshansky, Jacob, 1895- )--121.6
  • Presse Juive Illustrée (Shlomo Yazubek)--121.3
  • Price, Carol--121.7
  • Price, H. H. (Harriet H.), 1940- --121.7
  • Prism (Ralynn __, Jack Stadler) (see also Gottleib, Elaine)--121.7
  • Prokosch, Frederic, 1908- --121.7
  • Prosky, David and Dorothy--121.7
  • Prudden, Suzy--131.5
  • Prudential-Bache Securities, Inc. (Stuart Landsman)--121.7
  • Pryce-Jones, David, 1936- --121.7
  • Prysusker, Wolf--121.7
  • Pshepurka, L.--121.7
  • Public School 100 (Brooklyn, New York, N. Y.) (Ted Corriel)--121.7
  • Public School 207Q (Howard Beach, N. Y.) (Pearl Sarfaty)--121.7
  • Puchkoff, Abraham P.--121.7
  • Pudas, Edna--121.7
  • Purdy, Theodore M. (see Spiegel, Morris)
  • Pushker, Gloria Teles--121.7
  • Pusin, Frieda M.--121.7
  • Pusin, Max N.--121.7
  • Puzdrowski, Edmund--121.7
  • Pyramid Publications, Inc. (A. R. Plaine)--121.7
  • Queens College (New York, N.Y. (Thomas R. Frosch, Joseph Landis, Miriam E. Urdang)--121.7
  • Queens College (New York, N.Y.). Jewish Student Newspaper (Howard Stiefel)--121.7
  • Queens College Press (see Thurmond, Patrick G.)
  • Quinnipiac University (see Leonard J. Kent)
  • R__, Sh.--122.1
  • R__, V__--122.1
  • R. R. Bowker Company (Nada Beth Glick)--122.1
  • Rabinowicz, Tzvi, 1919- --122.1
  • Rabinowitz, Louis--122.1
  • Rabinowitz, M.--122.1
  • Rabinowitz, Marcia Lane--122.1
  • Rabinowitz, Stanley--122.1
  • Rachlin, Barbara K.--122.1
  • Rachlin, Katherine--122.1
  • Rachman, Leyb (Kol Zion radio)--122.1
  • Racine, V.--122.1
  • Rackow, Laura (see Harper's Magazine)
  • Radio Free Europe (Gene Sosin)--122.1
  • Radio Liberation (Gene Sosin) (re. Boris Pasternak)--122.1 (includes 1 from Singer)
  • Radio Liberty Committee (Gene Sosin) (re. Dostoyevsky)--13.17, 122.1
  • Radnoti Miklos Gyakorlo Gimnaziuma es Altalanos Iskolaja (Eszter Balogh)--122.1
  • Radoff, Lauren--122.1
  • Radzicki, J.--122.1
  • Radziminski, Wayne--122.1
  • Raff, Hans--122.1
  • Ragmak, Moshe--122.1
  • Rahinsky, Irving--122.1
  • Raine, Kathleen--122.1
  • Raisman, Neal--122.1
  • Raiva, H.--122.1
  • Rajagopalachari, C. (Chakravarti), 1878-1972--122.1
  • Raleigh County West Virginia Writing Camp (Betsy Sayre)--122.1
  • Rall, Eilene M. (Texas Christian University)--122.1
  • Ralnitsky, Solomon--122.1
  • Ramaz School (New York, N.Y.) (Noam Shudofsky, Margery Steinmauer)--122.2
  • Ran, Leyzer, 1912- --122.2
  • Random House (Firm) (Robert Cowley, Anne Freedgood, James H. Silberman)--122.2
  • Raskin, Raya--122.2
  • Ratner, Rochelle--122.2
  • Rauch, Horst--122.2
  • Rautz, Brigitte--122.2
  • Ravitch, Melech, 1893-1976 (see also Fuchs, A. M.)--122.3
  • Ray, Stewart (Albany Medical College of Union University)--122.2
  • Razenboim, Asaf--122.2
  • Reader's Digest (Sally Dudley)--122.2
  • Readings, Inc. (Mary E. Morgan Katz)--122.2
  • Reale, Mita (Sulamita)--122.2
  • Red Ozier Press (Steve Miller)--117.2
  • Reddy, V. J.--122.2
  • Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel (Elkins Park, Pa.) (Bert S. Gerard, David E. Powers)--122.2
  • Regina, V. (see Luna, Victoria)
  • Reginer, Asher--122.2
  • Reichek, Morton A.--122.2
  • Reicheuhal-Kirchberg, Bad--122.2
  • Reichman, Aeron L.--122.2
  • Reichman, Aba--122.2
  • Reiser, Sarah--122.2
  • Reisner, Steven Jacob--122.2
  • Reiss, Arthur--122.2
  • Reiss, John (see also St. Michael's College)--122.2
  • Reiss, Sheila--122.2
  • Reiter, Michael--122.2
  • Rekonty, H.--122.4
  • Renglich, Szloma, 1912- --122.4
  • Republican Presidential Task Force (U.S.)--160.4
  • Research for Better Schools, Inc. (Joan F. Jaffe)--122.4
  • Resnick, M.--122.4
  • Response (New York, N.Y.) (Lucy Y. Steinitz)--122.4
  • ReView (Eastern Airlines Magazine) (Ruth C. Rogin)--133.25
  • Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905- --122.4
  • Rey, Monika--122.4
  • Reyes, Tarcy González--122.4
  • Rhoads, Shirley--122.4
  • Ribalow, Harold Uriel, 1919- --122.4
  • Rich, J. C. (Jacob C.)--122.4
  • Richard Fulton Inc. (Richard Fulton)--122.4
  • Richard Huttner Agency (Richard Huttner)--122.4
  • Richard Marek Publishers (Anne Knauerhase)--122.4
  • Richards, Paula--122.4
  • Richman, Jacob--122.4
  • Richman, Sam and Gladys--122.4
  • Richter, Conrad, 1890-1968--122.4
  • Rickenbacker, William F., 1928- --122.4
  • Riddle, George Bernard--122.4
  • Rideout, Walter B. (Walter Bates) and Jean (see also University of Wisconsin)--122.4
  • Rier, Philip--122.4
  • Ries, Ray--122.4
  • Rigg, Gardiner K.--122.4
  • Riggs, I.--122.4
  • Riklin, Amelia--122.4
  • Rimoni, B.--122.4
  • Ring, Chaskel--122.4
  • Riven, Judith--135.17
  • Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapels (Alma Weinberg)--161.4
  • Rivin, Marcia (see Brandeis University)
  • Rivkin, Mina, 1897-1975--122.4
  • Rivlin, Lena L.--122.4
  • Riz, Eschella (see Jewish Identity Center)
  • Riz, Jacob (see Jewish Identity Center)
  • Robb, Christina--122.5
  • Robert A. Freedman Dramatic Agency, Inc.--142.6
  • Robert F. Metzdorf--122.5
  • Robert Towers Advertising (Robert Towers)--122.5
  • Robertson, Agnes--122.5
  • Robertson, Randall--122.5
  • Robins, Patricia Hopkins--122.5
  • Robinson, David S.--122.5
  • Robinson, John B.--122.5
  • Robinson, Lottie--122.5
  • Robinson, Marcella--122.5
  • Rochester Institute of Technology (Robert Koch)--122.5
  • Rochlin, Harriet, 1924- --122.5
  • Rocholl, Sabine--122.5
  • Rockman, Richard J.--122.5
  • Roden, Claudia (see Alfred A. Knopf)
  • Rodman, Betty (Mrs. George)--122.5
  • Rodman, George--122.5
  • Rodriguez, José M.--122.5
  • Roemer, Edith M.--122.5
  • Roesh, Hans--122.5
  • Roffman, Barry Steven--122.5
  • Roger, Robin--122.5
  • Rogers, W. G.--122.5
  • Rogers, William R.--122.5, 131.5
  • Rohlik, Heinz Franz--122.6
  • Rohr, Klaus-Jurgen--122.6
  • Röhr, S.--122.5
  • Rokach, Allen--122.6
  • Roland, Elsie--122.6
  • Romano, Elio, 1923- --122.6
  • Romano, Michael R.--122.6
  • Rondi, Gian Luigi, 1921- (Biennale Cinema Venezia)--122.6
  • Roogna, Martin--122.6
  • Rose, David--122.6
  • Rose, Ingrid (Mrs. Milton)--122.6
  • Rosen, __ (see Fuchs, Leo)
  • Rosen, Morris W.--122.6
  • Rosen, Nell--122.6
  • Rosen, Rhoda L.--122.6
  • Rosenbaum, Belle--122.6
  • Rosenbaum, Max and Betty--122.6
  • Rosenbaum, Neil--122.6
  • Rosenbaum, Samuel--122.6
  • Rosenbaum, Sara--122.6
  • Rosenberg, Aaron--122.6
  • Rosenberg, David--122.6
  • Rosenberg, Doris--122.6
  • Rosenberg, George, Mrs. (see Forverts)
  • Rosenberg, Justus--122.6
  • Rosenberg, M.--122.6
  • Rosenberg, Martin--122.6
  • Rosenberg, Max--122.6
  • Rosenberg, Michael G.--122.6
  • Rosenblatt, Stanley M., 1936- --122.6
  • Rosenbloom, Max--122.6
  • Rosenfarb, Chawa, 1923- --122.6
  • Rosenfeld, Amy--172.15
  • Rosenfeld, Arnold (The Houston Post)--122.6
  • Rosenfeld, Lulla--122.6
  • Rosenfeld, Ruth (Mrs. Arnold)--122.6
  • Rosenfeld, Sidney (see also Oberlin College)--122.6
  • Rosenstein, Ira, 1947- --122.6
  • Rosensweig, Ben Zion--122.6
  • Roshevsky, Eve F. (see also Doubleday)--40.9, 96.16, 122.6, 162.4, 163.2
  • Rosier, Johanna--122.6
  • Roskies, David--122.6
  • Rosner, Stanley, 1928- --122.6
  • Rosoff, Peter--122.6
  • Ross, Victor--122.6
  • Rossetti, Harold--122.6
  • Rotenberg, Regina--123.1
  • Roth, Harry--123.1
  • Roth, Leon (Roth-Kershner Productions, Inc.)--123.1
  • Roth, Philip--123.1
  • Rothbort, Samuel, 1882-1971--123.1
  • Rothenberg, J. (see Palant, Sylvia)
  • Rothstein, Alton--123.1
  • Rothstein, Ch.--123.1
  • Rothstein, Gershon--123.1
  • Rothstein, Judith--123.1
  • Rotkopf, Elieser and Ena--123.1
  • Rovit, Honey--123.2, 123.3
  • Rovlon, Wolf--123.1
  • Rowinski, Krzysztof (Union of Polish Writers Abroad)--123.1
  • Rowland, Beatrice L.--123.1
  • Rowohlt Verlag (Fritz Raddatz) (see also Landmann, Salcia)--109.7, 123.1
  • Royal Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Stockholm) (Ruth Jacoby)--160.1
  • Rualfin, Binyomin--123.1
  • Rubicon Film Productions (Morton Neal Miller)--117.2
  • Rubin, Alvin F.--123.1
  • Rubin, Corinne--123.1
  • Rubin, Hyman H.--123.1
  • Rubin, Majer--123.1
  • Rubin, Martina--123.1
  • Rubin, Ruth and Mordechai (see Cohen, Sarah and George)
  • Rubin, Sol--123.1
  • Rubinlicht, Lajb--123.1
  • Rubinstein, Marion (Perfect Home)--123.1
  • Rubinstein, Robert E.--123.1
  • Rudman, Stephen Todd--123.1
  • Rudner, Lawrence Sheldon, 1947- --123.1
  • Rudoy, Pinhas, 1888-1966 (Day: Jewish Journal)--123.1
  • Ruiz, Amparo--142.6
  • Rukeyser, Muriel, 1913- --123.1
  • Russell, Robert (Franklin and Marshall College)--123.1
  • Rutgers University (Irving Louis Horowitz)--123.1
  • Ruth Alben Speaker Services (Ruth Alben)--123.1
  • S. Fischer Verlag (Elisabeth Marton)--123.4
  • S. H. Reisner Company, Inc. (G. G. Cohan)--123.4
  • Sable, Ida--123.4
  • Sable, Martin Howard--123.4
  • Sabowsky, I.--123.4
  • Sachs, Michael S.--123.4
  • Sackheim, Ben--123.4
  • Sacks, S.--123.4
  • Saco Valley Association for Retarded Children (Marshall E. Bean)--123.4
  • Sadan, Dov, 1902- (see also Abraham Sutzkever's 70th Birthday Celebration Committee)--43.3, 123.4
  • Safran, Claire--123.4
  • Safron, Linda and Larry Magarik--123.4
  • Sagov, Myra--123.4
  • Saher, Lilla van--123.4
  • St. Barnabas Hospital for Chronic Diseases (Charles M. Bliss)--123.4
  • St. James Press (James Vinson)--123.4
  • St. James's (London, England) (Peter Pelz, Donald Reeves)--123.4
  • St. Martin's Press (Sara Bershtel)--123.4
  • Saint Michael's College (Colchester, Vt.) (Edward L. Henry, John Reiss)--123.4
  • Saito, Tsutomu--123.4
  • Salla, Linda--123.4
  • Sällskapet för Jiddisch och Jiddish-kultur i Sverige (Henryk Bankir)--123.4, 160.1
  • Salmon, Richard--123.4
  • Salten, Rudolf--123.4
  • Saltsburg, Iris--123.4
  • Saltz, Charles (Independent Voliner Aid Society)--123.4
  • Salvatore, Joseph P.--123.4
  • Samarkand Manor (Joanna Steed Hancock)--123.4
  • Sambatyon, Moshe, 1913- (see also Canadian Committee for the Publication of Dr. Sambatyon's Talmudic Dictionary)--123.4
  • Samet, Shimon, 1904- --123.4
  • Sameth, Sigmund--123.4
  • Samonovits, Gerson--123.4
  • Samuel, Maurice, 1895-1972 (see also Alfred A. Knopf)--109.6
  • Samuels, Martin--123.4
  • San Fernando State College (see Finestone, Harry)
  • San Francisco Chronicle (Jean Collins, Leah Garchik)--123.5
  • San Francisco State College (Moses Rischin, 1925- )--123.5
  • Sanasen, Chinda--123.5
  • Sanchez, John--173.6
  • Sander, Mary Jane (Mrs. Peter M.)--123.5
  • Sander, Peter M.--123.5
  • Sanders, Frances--123.5
  • Sanders, June Atkin--123.5
  • Sanders, Ronald--123.5
  • Sandler, Ethel--123.5
  • Sandman, Esther--123.5
  • Sandmel, Frances Fox--123.5
  • Sándor, Anna--123.5
  • Sandstroem, Dag--123.5
  • Sanes, Mick--123.5
  • Sanford J. Greenburger Associates (Heide Lange)--117.1
  • Sanoff, Alvin P.--123.5
  • Santo, David--123.5
  • Santoro, Anna Maria--123.5
  • Sapieha, Virgilia, 1904-1966--123.5
  • Sapir, Pinhas--123.5
  • Sapiro, J. H.--123.5
  • Sapoznikow, Gershon--123.5
  • Sarkin, Samuel--123.5
  • Saroy Film Productions of Canada (Samuel Roy)--123.5
  • Saturday Evening Post (Jeff Brown, Haskel Frankel, L. Rust Hills, John Hunt, David A. Lyle, Susan Stanwood, Ellen B. Stover)--123.5
  • Satz, Haywood "Woody"--123.5
  • Sauber, William J.--173.7
  • Savage, Mildred, 1919- --123.5
  • Savremenik (Dušan Puvačič)--110.1
  • Scala, A. [Adam]--124.1
  • Scandinavian Airlines System (S. Ralph Cohen)--160.1
  • Scanziani, Mizzi--124.1
  • Schaberg, Jane--124.1
  • Schachter, Max--124.1
  • Schachter, Steven--124.1
  • Schachter-Shalomi, Zalman, 1924- --124.1
  • Schaechter, Mordkhe, 1927- --124.1
  • Schaeffer, Ellen--124.1
  • Schaeffer, Susan Fromberg--124.1
  • Schafer, Milton--124.1
  • Schafler, Nathan--124.1
  • Schallman, Lázaro, 1905-1978--124.1
  • Schanfield, Lillian--124.1
  • Scharf, A.--124.1
  • Scharf, Aaron--124.1
  • Scher, Anne (see also Bowes, Alys)--124.1
  • Scherberg, Maria--124.1
  • Scherman, Rachelle--124.1
  • Schiff, David--27.15, 124.1, 133.3
  • Schiff, Meilech--124.1
  • Schilderet, Dora--124.1
  • Schimmelpfennig, Kurt--124.1
  • Schleifer, Ida--124.1
  • Schlossman, Beryl--124.1
  • Schmulewitz, I.--124.2
  • Schneid, I.--124.2
  • Schocken Books (Peter Bedrick)--124.2
  • Schochter, Sarah--124.2
  • Scholder, Judith--124.2
  • Schor, Sol--124.2
  • Schorr, Rhea--124.2
  • Schottenfeld, Mina (Mrs. Milton)--124.2
  • Schraff, Helen--124.2
  • Schrag, Karl and Ilse--124.2
  • Schram, Peninnah (see also Théâtre à la Carte)--124.2, 173.13
  • Schrank, Joseph--124.2
  • Schroeder, William G., Mrs.--124.2
  • Schüler, Hanna--124.2
  • Schulman, Bernardo--124.2
  • Schulner, D.--124.2
  • Schulson, David--124.2
  • Schulz, J.--69.29
  • Schulz-Keil, Wieland--124.2
  • Schwadron, Nathan--124.3
  • Schwartz, Florence--124.3
  • Schwartz, H.--124.3
  • Schwartz, Howard, 1945- --124.3
  • Schwartz, Jay--124.3
  • Schwartz, Morris--124.3
  • Schwartz, P.--124.3
  • Schwartz, Richard H.--124.3
  • Schwartz, Sara--124.3
  • Schwartzseid, Max--124.3
  • Schwarz, Leo W. (Leo Walder), 1906-1967--124.3
  • Schwarz, Sanford and Goldie (see also Mathilde Schechter Dormitory Fund)--124.3
  • Schwarzbach, Della--124.3
  • Schwarzbart, Isaac I. (World Jewish Congress)--124.3
  • Schwarzschild, Bettina--124.3
  • Schweid, __--124.3
  • Schweig, Bantch--124.3
  • Schwimmer, H. Victor--124.3
  • Scientia Brombergs Bokforlag (see Brombergs Bokforlag)
  • Scooler, Zvee--124.3
  • Seala, J.--124.4
  • Searle, Pat--124.4
  • Seaver, Edwin--124.4
  • Secker & Warburg (Aubrey Davis, David Farrer, Jeremy Hadfield, Maurice Temple Smith, Fredric J. Warburg)--110.1, 124.5
  • Second Coming Magazine (Samuel Pitts Edwards) (see also Phelps, Donald)--124.4
  • Second District School (Meadville, Pa.) (Ruth Dimerling and students)--124.4
  • Secular Jewish Association (see Shiff, Allan)
  • Sedlik, Helen--124.4
  • Segal, Max (Shulamith Building Fund)--124.4
  • Segal, Philip--124.4
  • Segal, Rochelle Kurtin--173.17
  • Seidman & Seidman/BDO (Robert A. Aerenson)--124.4
  • Selley, April Rose--124.4
  • [Selman, Marianne]--124.4
  • Semion, Liverant--124.4
  • Sendak, Maurice--124.4
  • Sensini, Roland--124.4
  • Serbin, Edith--124.4
  • Serbrin, Joseph--124.4
  • Servin, Eve--124.4
  • Seton Hall University (John R. Harrington)--124.4
  • Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Inc. (Nathan Ziprin)--124.4
  • Seward, William, 1913- --124.4
  • Shabakshneider, M.--124.6
  • Shabian, Artin K., Mrs.--131.5
  • Shafbau, Rendale--124.6
  • Shaffer, Fannie--124.6
  • Shaffir, M. M.--124.6
  • Shaffran, Eileen--124.6
  • Shafman, Hinde--124.6
  • Shaham, Nathan--124.6
  • Shallcross, Bozena--124.6
  • Shamir, Itzhak, 1915- --124.6
  • Shankad, Shlomo--124.6
  • Shapell, Nathan--124.6
  • Shapiro, Carol--124.6
  • Shapiro, Florence Mintz--124.6
  • Shapiro, Harold Roland, 1904- --124.6
  • Shapiro, Ian J.--124.6
  • Shapiro, Joe--124.6
  • Shapiro, Karl Jay, 1913- --124.6
  • Shapiro, Marta Berl--124.6
  • Shapiro, Mel--124.6
  • Shapiro, Milt--124.6
  • Shapiro, Pauline--124.6
  • Shapiro, Roberta--124.6
  • Shapiro, Ziskind--147.4
  • Sharf, Andrea (Fanny Films)--124.6
  • Sharfman, Mendy--124.6
  • Sharon, Sara and Sender (see Broyde, Raya)
  • Sharp, Judith (Haddasah, Lousiville Chapter)--124.6
  • Shartrand, Joseph--124.6
  • Shastone Memorials Corp. (Arnold S. Haskel)--161.4
  • Shaw, Joyce (see Cutler-Shaw, Joyce)
  • Shaw, Laura R.--124.6
  • Shaw, Ray--124.6
  • Shaw, Richard--124.6
  • Shaw, Stephen--124.6
  • Shawn, Wallace--124.6
  • Shazar, Zalman, 1889-1974--124.6
  • Shea, Christian Leopold--124.6
  • Sheffer, Isaiah--124.7
  • Shefner, Evelyn, 1919- --124.7
  • Sheketoff, Harry M.--124.7
  • Shekhter, Mordkhe (see Benyumen Shekhter Foundation)
  • Sheldon's Drugs (see Spector, Sheldon)
  • Shelest, Anna--124.7
  • Shemen, N.--124.7
  • Shenker, Israel--124.7
  • Sher, Steven--124.7
  • Sheridan, Judith Rinde--124.7
  • Sheridan, Robert--124.7
  • Sherman, Jonathan--124.7
  • Sherman, Leanor Birnbaum--124.7
  • Sherman, Louise--124.7
  • Sherman, Ruth--124.7
  • Sherr, Teddy--124.7
  • Sherry, Jane--124.7
  • Sherry, Valentine (Sherry Productions) (see also Harold Freedman Brandt & Brandt)--124.7, 135.12
  • Sherwin, Byron L.--124.7
  • Sheskin, Chaim--124.7
  • Shevrin, Aliza--124.7, 149.8
  • Shiff, Allan (Secular Jewish Association)--125.1
  • Shifnur, Sh.--125.1
  • Shinchosha (Takashi Takebayashi)--125.1
  • Shirley, Leon--125.1
  • Sh'ma (Eugene B. Borowitz)--125.1
  • Shmeruk, Chone, 1921- (see also Abraham Sutzkever's 70th Birthday Celebration Committee)--125.1, 132.23, 167.16
  • Shmidman, Joshua H.--125.1
  • Shnayderman, Sh. L. (Shemu'el-Leyb), 1906- --125.1
  • Shneider, Moishe--125.1
  • Sholem Aleichem Society of Caracas (see Centro Cultural Sholen Aleijem)
  • Sholem Aleichem Society of Haifa--125.1
  • Sholom Aleichem Memorial Foundation, Inc. (Morris Laub, 1909- , Herman Lehman)--125.1
  • Shoskes, Hayim, 1891-1964--125.1
  • Shotz, Israel--125.1
  • Showcase (see Chicago Sun Times)
  • Shpanga, Sh.--125.1
  • [Shreyen, L.]--125.1
  • Shribman, S.--125.1
  • Shropshire, Rhonda--125.1
  • Shtampfer, Nathaniel--125.1
  • Shtuker-Payuk, Mashe--125.2, 125.3
  • Shub, Elizabeth"Libby" (see also Charles Scribner's Sons and Harper & Row, Publishers)--12.7, 110.1, 125.4
  • Shub, Mona--125.5
  • Shubik, Irene (see also British Broadcasting Corporation and Israel. Rashut ha-shidur)--125.1, 131.5
  • Shulevitz, Uri, 1935- --174.5
  • Shulman, A.--125.1
  • Shulman, Boruch--125.1
  • Shulman, Chana--34.31
  • Shulman, Marsha--125.1
  • Shulman, T.--125.1
  • Shure, Sid and Rose--125.1
  • Shute, Michael--131.5
  • Shviats, Hersh and Celia--125.1
  • Sidney Berg Associates--125.1
  • Siegal, Aranka--174.8
  • Siegalovsky, Noah, 1901- (see also United I. L. Peretz Folk Shule)--125.1, 131.5
  • Siegel, Ben, 1925- --125.1
  • Siegel, George--125.1
  • Siegel, Herman and Edythe (Stamford Jewish Center)--125.1
  • Siegel, Lee--125.1
  • Siegel, Saul R.--125.1
  • Siegel, Smadar--125.1
  • Siegman, Judith Novick--125.1
  • Sifriyat poalim (Tel Aviv, Israel) (Yaakov Tsviali, Mira Meir, 1932- )--125.6
  • Sigelman, Joseph--125.6
  • Silberberg, Israel--125.6
  • Silberberg, Ruth--125.6
  • Silberg, Yoel--125.6
  • Silberman, Harry--125.6
  • Silbermann, S.--125.6
  • Silbert, Ziggy--125.6
  • Silver, __--131.5
  • Silver, Adoltz--125.6
  • Silver, Dorothy--125.6
  • Silver, Joan Micklin--125.6
  • Silver, Morris--125.6
  • Silver, Reuben--125.6
  • Silver, Rose--125.6
  • Silverberg, Rosen, Leon & Behr (Penelope Glass)--125.6
  • Silverman, David--125.6
  • Silverman, J.--125.6
  • Silverman, Rose--125.6
  • Silvers, Sheldon--125.6
  • Simchovitch, S. (Sam), 1921- --125.6
  • Simon and Schuster, inc. (Richard Kluger, Toinette L. E. Rees, Henry Robbins, Rebecca Saletan)--125.6, 174.15
  • Simon, Heather--125.6
  • Simon, Solomon--125.6
  • Sinai, Jack--125.7
  • Sinai Temple (Champaign, Ill.) (Isaac Neuman)--125.7
  • Sinclair, Clive, 1948- --125.7
  • Singer, Alma Haimann Wasserman (see also Aerenson, Carol L.; Bach, Alice and Carl; Bach, Peter H. and Marietta; Bloom, Lary; Bra Böcker; Bundesversicherungsanstalt für Angestellte; Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc.; Dujack, Inge Wasserman; Dujack, Susan; Feinberg, Charles; Foa, Bruno and Lisa; Glickstein, Gary A.; Gurmund, Yvonne; H. Aschehoug & Co.; Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center; Henry J. Zacharias; Hotel Regina Wengen; Kahn, Lothar; Kazin, Alfred; Klingbeil, Ursula; Kohner, Marta Marx; Lederman, David I.; Lex, Elisabeth; Library of Congress; Literary Connection, Inc.; MacKenzie, Rachel; Mayer, Harvey; Mazursky, Paul; Mercier, Vivian; Moskowitz, Anna; National Endowment for the Arts; National Council of Jewish Women; Nestlé; New York State Council on the Arts; Pelc, Margot; Penney, Franka; Petrakis, Harry Mark; Playboy (Chicago, Ill.); Pravda, Anita; Pusin, Max N.; Reiss, Arthur; Reiss, Sheila; Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapels; Schulz-Keil, Wieland; Selmann, Marianne; Sherry, Jane; Surfside (Fla.); Sydney Morning Herald; Sznajderman, Clara; Tchernan, Sofia; Telushkin, Dvorah; Temple Emanu-El (Miami Beach); Vaughan, Samuel S.; Warnsler, Lilly; Wasserman, Klaus; Wasserman, Walter; Weininger, Freed; Weitz, Susan; Wells, Mary Jane; Yolis, Aida)--72.3, 110.3, 113.2, 126.1-126.3 (includes 15 from Singer), 132.22, 134.21, 142.6-142.8, 161.4, 174.15
  • Singer, Batsheve Zylberman--126.4
  • [Singer, Brett]--125.7
  • Singer, Elias and Pola--125.7
  • Singer, Henny--125.7
  • Singer, Israel Joshua, 1893-1944 (see also Kuperschmidt, Malka)--126.5
  • Singer, Joan R.--125.7
  • Singer, Joseph--125.7
  • Singer, June--125.7
  • Singer, Moses--125.7
  • Singer, Pola--125.7
  • Singer, Ruth--125.7
  • Singer, S. D.--125.7
  • Singer, Schewa--125.7
  • Singer, Sean Daniel--125.7
  • Singer, Stanley--125.7
  • Singerman, Marianne--125.7
  • Siporin, Steve--125.7
  • Skogholm, Carl Werner--125.7
  • Skovnow, Shiryam--125.7
  • Skulski, Kenneth--125.7
  • Skurkovich, S. V.--125.7
  • Slavic Review (Donald W. Treadgold)--125.7
  • Slavin, Frances--125.7
  • Slevarni, A.--125.7
  • Slippery Rock State College (Hassell B. Sledd)--125.7
  • Sloan, Jacob--125.7
  • Slobodkin, H.--125.7
  • Slojewski, Herbert--125.7
  • Slotzky, Emma--125.6
  • Slutsky, Thelma--125.7
  • Slutzkin, Abe--125.7
  • Small, Carol Susan--125.7
  • Smelkinson, Tenna--125.7
  • Smith, Lawrence J. (see Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)
  • Smolover, Raymond--125.7
  • Snader, Avren--126.6
  • Snellenburg, Estelle Colwin--126.6
  • Snitily, Gertrude--126.6
  • Snyder, Jacob M. (Board of Jewish Education, Inc.)--126.6
  • Sobel, Alvin A.--126.6
  • Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals--126.6
  • Society for Religion in Higher Education (Robert Alter)--126.6
  • Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition (Ellen Draper)--126.6
  • Soifer, Arlene Bashkin--126.6
  • Sokol, Nathan--126.6
  • Sokoloff, B. A.--126.6
  • Sokoloff, Jacob--126.6
  • Solomon, Dave--126.6
  • Solomon, Leon--126.6
  • Solomon, Rachel--126.6
  • Solomon Schechter Day School (Avi Zablocki)--126.6
  • Somerville, Loretta W.--126.6
  • Sommella, Laraine--126.6
  • Sommer, Steve--175.11
  • Sonoma State University (Iris M. Fickert)--135.17
  • Sorin, Anna--126.6
  • Sorkin, Samuel--126.6
  • Soroka, Joel--175.12
  • Sorscher, Alan J.--126.6
  • Soshnik, Irving--126.6
  • Sosnen, Samuel--126.6
  • Sossin, Ellen--126.6
  • Soule, Jewel Mandelbaum--126.7
  • South African Jewish Board of Deputies (D. K. Mann)--126.7
  • Southern California Anthology (Marianne McDermott-Hart, James Ragan)--126.7
  • Southern Illinois University Press (Vernon Sternberg)--126.7
  • Southern Methodist University (Joe Coomer)--126.7
  • Southern Review (Baton Rouge, La.) (Donald E. Stanford)--117.1, 126.7
  • Sovitsky, Morris Kaga--126.7
  • Soyer, Raphael, 1899-1987 (see also Doubleday and Company, Inc.)--126.7
  • Spacks, Barry--126.7
  • Spangler, J. R.--126.7
  • Spector, Sheldon (Sheldon's Drugs)--126.7
  • Spektor, Eryk--126.7
  • Spence, Alan--126.7
  • Sperber, Freda--126.7
  • Sperling, Isadore--126.7
  • Spiegel, Moshe (Morris) (see also Viking Press)--126.8
  • Spiegler, Gerda R.--126.7
  • Spiegler, Samuel--126.7
  • Spiro, S.--126.7
  • Spitzer, Jean E.--126.7
  • Spivack, C.--126.7
  • Spotlight Publications (Maurice Carr, Emile Pimental)--126.7
  • Squadron, Ellenoff, Plesent & Sheinfeld (Harvey Horowitz) (see Adams, Ray & Rosenberg)
  • Stagg, Nancy--126.7
  • Stahl, Linda L.--126.7
  • Stahl, Regis [Stabe?]--126.7
  • Stambler, Helen H. (see Miller, Henry)
  • Stamford Jewish Center (Ernest M. Kahn) (see also Siegel, Herman and Edythe)--126.7
  • Stangler, Albert M.--126.7
  • Stark, Sara Edith--126.7
  • Stark, Sidney, Jr.--126.7
  • Starkman, Moshe, 1906-1975--126.7
  • Starr, Charles--126.7
  • Starr, Harrison (see Adams, Ray & Rosenberg)
  • State University College at Brockport (Peter Marchant)--126.9
  • State University of New York. Office of the Chancellor (Clifton R. Wharton)--126.9
  • State University of New York at Binghamton (see Sheridan, Robert)
  • Statue of Liberty National Monument (N.Y. and N.J.) (Mark E. Greenberg) (see also American Museum of Immigration)--126.9
  • Stavis, Roger--126.9
  • Stein, Bessie--126.9
  • Stein, Jenice L.--126.9
  • Stein, Joanne--126.9
  • Stein, Louis--126.9
  • Steinbaum, Israel and Rosa--126.9
  • Steinberg, Jane Ann--126.9
  • Steinberg, Menahem--126.9
  • Steinberg, Ron--126.9
  • Stempel, J.--126.9
  • Stephen Wise Free Synagogue (New York, N.Y.) (Balfour Brickner) (see Kresh, Paul)
  • Stern, Beryl W.--127.1
  • Stern, Clementine and Paul--127.1
  • Stern College for Women (David Mirsky)--127.1
  • Stern, Gerald--127.1
  • Stern, Hersh L.--127.1
  • Stewart, __ (see Miller, Henry)
  • Stewart, James--127.1
  • Stewart, Leora (re. Israel Klaymer)--127.1
  • Steyngard, Ida--127.1
  • Stock (Firm) (Christian de Bartillat, André Bay, Marie-Pierre Bay) (see also Bay, André and Bay, Marie-Pierre)--86.9. 110.1, 127.1
  • Stockholms Socialforvaltning (Välkommen Magazine) (Sioma Zubicky)--160.1
  • Stockholms universitet. Studentkär (Magnus Fernqvist)--127.1
  • Stockholms universitet. Zoologiska institutionen (Tobias Amster)--160.1
  • Stone, Joseph, 1912- --127.1
  • Stone, Richard, 1928- --127.1
  • Stoppelman, Joseph W. F. (Joseph Willem Ferdinand)--127.1
  • Stoppelman-Klinghoffer, Clara--127.1
  • Strassfeld, Sharon--127.1
  • Straus, Dorothea (Mrs. Roger)--127.1
  • Straus, Roger (see Farrar Straus & Giroux)
  • Strauss, Bertha--127.1
  • Strecker, James, 1943- --127.1
  • Streisand, Barbra--127.1
  • Student, Nancy--127.1
  • Student Zionist Organization (Montreal) (R. Cohen, D. Kaufman)--127.1
  • Stuhlmacher, Helge--127.1
  • Stuhlmann, Gunther--127.1
  • Sublman family--127.2
  • Sudarsky, Alta--127.2
  • Sugerman, Leonard R.--173.7
  • Sultan, Stanley--127.2
  • Summer Institute on Judaism and Contemporary Thought (Aaron Streiter)--127.2
  • Summers, David E.--127.2
  • Sun Bank (Miami) (Richard F. Park)--132.22, 134.21, 142.6, 142.7
  • Sun Bank of Bal Harbour, N. A. (Thomas F. Keating)--127.2
  • Sundberg, Cecilia--127.2
  • Suomen kuvalehti (Dan Steinbock)--127.2
  • Surf-Bal-Bay Library (Surfside, Fla.) (Lili Duntov)--127.2
  • Surfside (Fla.) (Paul Novack)--127.2
  • Susman, Jonathan--127.2
  • [Sussis], Bernhard--127.2
  • Sussman, Jeffrey--131.5
  • Sussman, Sy--127.2
  • Sutherland, Frank--127.2
  • Sutzkever, Abraham, 1913- (see also Goldene Keyt)--127.3
  • Svenska akademien. Nobelkomitte (Lars Gyllensten) (see also Starkman, Moshe)--160.1 (includes 1 from Singer, in Alma's hand)
  • Svensson, Marianne--127.2
  • Sveriges radio aktiebolag (see Bergquist, Lars-Göran)
  • Svive--127.2
  • Sweet Briar College (Bernice Grohskopf)--127.2
  • Sweetbriar Elementary School (Smithtown, N. Y.) (Louise Levine, Merilee Orlins)--127.2
  • Swerdlow, Stanley--127.2
  • Swet, Gerschon--127.2
  • Swift, Eleanor--127.2
  • Swindell, Karla--127.2
  • Swing, William (The Oregonian) (see also Harper & Row)--127.2
  • Switalski, John--127.2
  • Switzer, Ron--175.17
  • Swyer, Lewis A.--127.2
  • Sybell, Herbert L.--127.2
  • Sydney Morning Herald (Dave Lindorff)--127.2
  • Sykes, Gerald, 1903- --127.2, 175.18
  • Syracuse University (Donald A. Dike)--127.2
  • Szarfman, Manuel and Berta--127.2
  • Szczesniak, Boleslaw B.--127.4
  • Szejnbaum, Basha (Sheynboim)--127.2
  • Szilágyi, Evelin--127.2
  • Sznajderman, Clara and Leon--127.2
  • Szogyi, Alex--127.2
  • Szuldiner, Abram--127.2
  • TV Time Recordings (Danny Sloan)--127.5
  • Tabachnick, A., 1901-1970--127.5
  • Tabachnick, Norman--127.5
  • Taishoff, I.--127.5
  • Talbot, Julia--127.5
  • Talmish, Mordechai--127.5
  • Targ, Roslyn (Roslyn Targ Literary Agency)--127.5
  • Tarnoff, Samuel--127.5
  • Tarschys, Rebecka, 1937- --127.5
  • Tatosky, A. Ephriam--127.5
  • Taube, Herman and Shoshana--127.5
  • Taussky, Daniel--127.5
  • Taylor, Lois--127.5
  • Tchernan, Sofia--127.5
  • Teatro Soleil (I. Feldbaum, L. Narepki, S. Stramer) (see Licht, David)
  • Teitelbaum, B.--127.5
  • Telushkin, Dvorah (see also Benedict, Helen; Benousilio, G. J.; Kresh, Paul; and Triad Artists)--117.2, 127.5, 171.34, Stories for Children galley files
  • Temmen, Lüder--127.5
  • Temple (Cleveland, Ohio) (Daniel Jeremy Silver)--127.5
  • Temple Anshe Anonim (Pittsfield, Mass.) (Harold I. Salzmann)--127.5
  • Temple Beth Abraham (Tarrytown, N. Y.). Sisterhood (Jane Sherr)--127.5
  • Temple Beth-El
    • Great Neck, N.Y. (Max Hausen, Jacob P. Rudin)--127.5
    • Huntington, N. Y.. Sisterhood (Shirley Levy, Maurice Schatz)--127.5
    • Oakhurst, N. J. (Murray Ezring)--127.5
    • Providence, R. I. (William Brande) (see also National Jewish Welfare Board)--119.6
    • Spring Valley, N. Y. (Sylvia Antelman, Louis Frishman)--127.5, 135.17
  • Temple Beth Shalom (Livingston, N. J.) (see Elaine G. Denholtz)
  • Temple Beth Sholom (Miami Beach, Fla.) (Judith Drucker, Harry Jolt)--127.5
  • Temple Beth Torah (Dix Hills, N. Y.) (Judith Joseph)--127.5
  • Temple B'rith Kodesh (Rochester, N.Y.) (Herbert Bronstein, Jerome B. Gordon, Hinda R. Miller)--119.6, 127.5
  • Temple De Hirsch Sinai (Seattle, Wash.) (Sidney I. Weisberg)--127.5
  • Temple Emanuel (Davenport, Iowa) (Robert M. Benjamin)--127.6
  • Temple Emanu-El (Miami Beach, Fla.) (Vivian Becker, __ Lerman)--127.6
  • Temple Emeth (Teaneck, N. J.) (Louis J. Sigel)--127.6
  • Temple Israel (Cliffside Park, N. J.). Community Center (Norman Schatell) --127.6
  • Temple Israel (Dayton, Ohio) (S. Bernard Lieberman, S. H. Liebson)--119.6, 127.6
  • Temple Israel (Great Neck, N. Y.) (Michael Andron)--127.6
  • Temple Israel of Greater Miami (Joseph R. Narot, Barry Tabachnikoff)--127.6
  • Temple Israel (Westport, Conn.). Sisterhood (Lee Scharf)--127.6
  • Temple Judea (Tarzana (Los Angeles, Calif.)) (Steven B. Jacobs)--127.6
  • Temple Shalom (Dallas, Texas) (Saul P. Besser)--127.6
  • Temple Sinai (Milwaukee, Wis.) (Janet Ziffer)--127.6
  • Temple Sinai of North Dade. Sisterhood (Helen Ruth Sternberg)--127.6
  • Temple University. Hillel Foundation (Shalom Segal)--127.6
  • Temporary Assistance for Domestic Crises (Sherrie Sussman)--127.6
  • Teneholc, Keile and Toivie--127.6
  • Tenenbaum, Shea, 1910-1989--127.7
  • Tenenbaum, Tuvia--175.21
  • [Tenenwurcel, Stef.]--127.6
  • Tenerovsky, S. [Tenerofsky]--127.6
  • Tenho, Arne--127.6
  • Tepa, George W.--127.6
  • Teplick, Ellen--127.6
  • Terkel, B.--127.6
  • Teschke, Susan--127.6
  • Texas Christian University (Thomas B. Brewer, Betty Donovan Knox, J. M. Moudy)--127.6
  • Texto crítico (Jorge Ruffinelli)--127.6
  • Thanhauser, Marion--128.1
  • Théâtre à la Carte (Lenore Janis Greenwald, Peninnah Schram)--128.1
  • Therrien, Peter James--128.1
  • Thies, Kenneth--128.1
  • This Month (Roberta Strauss Feuerlicht)--128.1
  • Thomas, Megan--128.1
  • Thomas, Melba--128.1
  • Thoraval, Yves--131.5
  • Thorén, Arne, 1927- and Eva--128.1
  • Thurmond, Patrick G.--128.1
  • Thurschwell, Harry T.--128.1
  • Tifereth Beth David Jerusalem Synagogue (Quebec) (Joshua Shmidman)--128.1
  • Tifereth Israel (Des Moines, Ia.)--158.4
  • Tighe, Michael--128.1
  • Timan, M.--128.1
  • Time and We--128.1
  • Time Incorporated Book Clubs (Robert B. Luce)--128.1
  • Tobias, Jo--128.1
  • Toker, Eliahu--128.1
  • Toll, Nelly S.--128.1
  • Tolstow, Yitzhak--128.1
  • Toms, Richard--128.1
  • Toronto Jewish Book Fair (Mimi Weiss)--128.1
  • Torrès, Tereska--128.1
  • Town (London) (Dick Adler)--128.1
  • Traffic Summons Control Bureau (New York, N. Y.)--128.1
  • Trainer, Cynthia S.--128.1
  • Trakman, Dina--128.1
  • Translation (New York, N.Y.) (Frank MacShane)--128.1
  • [Traun, __]--128.1
  • Treibich, Jacob M.--128.1
  • Treitel, Harold A.--128.1
  • Treviño, Elizabeth Borton de, 1904- --128.1, 169.26
  • Triad Artists, Inc. (Lee Rosenberg)--128.1
  • Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.) (David Middleton)--128.1
  • TriQuarterly (Charles Newman)--128.1
  • Trivison, Donna--128.1
  • Troen, S. Ilan (Selwyn Ilan), 1940- --128.1
  • Trunk, Chana--128.1
  • Trzebucki, Borach--128.1
  • Tsanot, A.(Kol Zion radio)--128.2
  • Tsendor, T.--128.2
  • Tshikhliner, Yankl (Jacob)--128.2
  • Tuchman, Barbara Wertheim--128.2
  • Tufts University (Michael Fixler)--128.2
  • Tulchinsky, S.--128.2
  • Turan, Kenneth--128.2
  • Turinsky, Jennie--128.2
  • Turkel, Frayda--128.2
  • Tusan, Stan (see Chicago Sun Times)
  • Tussman, Malka Heifetz, 1896-1987--128.2
  • Tuszynski, Devi--128.2
  • Tward, Howard and Reva--128.2
  • U.S. News & World Report (Marvin Stone)--128.2
  • USAA. Property & Casualty Insurance Group (Joseph Kosak)--142.8
  • Uitgeverij De Fontein (Joost Bloemsma)--128.2
  • Ukhmani, Azriel--128.2
  • Unger, Leon--128.3
  • Unger, Maria--128.3
  • Ungerleider, Sharon--128.3
  • Unión Israelita de Caracas (Pynchas Brener, Natan Ghetea, Benek Jelinoski, Eliecer Rotkopf, Chatimah Tovah)--128.3
  • Union of American Hebrew Congregations (Daniel B. Syme) (see also American Judaism and Commission on Jewish Education)--128.3, 133.32
  • Union of Jewish Women of South Africa (Rose Norwich)--128.3
  • Union Residentes Israelitas de Varsovia y Praga (Argentina)--128.3
  • Union Seminary Quarterly Review (Nancy R. Krasa)--128.3
  • United I. L. Peretz Folk Shule--128.3
  • United Jewish Appeal (Hakell M. Bernat, Seymour Martin Lipset, Stanley Rabinowitz, Michael L. Walzer)--128.3
  • United Jewish Appeal--Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York (Friedel __, Kay Brief, Glen H. Hoptman, Jack Kalman, Beth Rubin, Robert I. Smith)--128.3
  • United Nations Association in Canada (James Nicholas)--128.3
  • United Nations Development Programme (Dom F. Moraes)--128.3
  • United States. Embassy (Sweden) (Albert S. Chapman)--160.1
  • United States. Immigration and Naturalization Service (Byron H. Uhl, Edward J. Shaughnessy)--128.3
  • United States Military Academy (Andrew Jackson Goodpaster, Lloyd J. Matthews, John F. Votaw)--110.3, 128.3
  • United Synagogue of America (Benjamin Z. Kreitman)--128.3
  • United Talmud Torahs of Montreal, Inc. (Jay Braverman)--128.3
  • Universal Publishing and Distributing Corporation (Michael De Forrest, Anita Ladden)--128.4
  • Universitah ha-'Ivrit bi-Yerushalayim (Bernard Cherrick, Avraham Harman, Eliyahu Honig, Michael Rabin, Samuel Rothberg, Abraham Tsivion)--128.4
  • Universitetet i Oslo (Stig Johansson)--128.4
  • University of Alabama in Birmingham. School of Humanities (Bernard Feld)--128.4
  • University of Arizona. Dept. of Modern Languages (Gene Koppel, A. Laurence, Paul Rosenblatt)--128.4
  • University of California, Berkeley. Office of the Chancellor (Albert H. Bowker)--128.4
  • University of California, Berkeley. University Extension (Ruth Majdrakoff) (see National Jewish Welfare Board)
  • University of California, San Diego. Dept. of Philosophy (Betsy McCoy)--128.4
  • University of California, San Diego. University Extension (Marjorie Schneider) (see also Cutler-Shaw, Joyce)--128.4
  • University of California, Santa Barbara. Associated Students (M. Z. Bronson)--128.4
  • University of Chicago. Press (John H. Kendrick, Morris Philipson)--128.4
  • University of Cincinnati. English Club (Valerie Graber)--128.4
  • University of Colorado Writers' Conference (John H. (John Haughton) Wrenn)--128.4
  • University of Connecticut (see Butler, Francelia)
  • University of Denver. Dept. of English (Edward McShane)--128.4
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures (Maurice Friedberg)--128.4
  • University of Iowa. Dept. of English (John Leggett)--128.4
  • University of Judaism ("Jews and History" series) (Francine Parker)--128.4
  • University of Miami. College of Arts and Sciences (Arthur W. Brown, Stephen J. Hill)--128.4, 135.17
  • University of Miami. Dept. of English (William Babula, John Paul Russo)--128.4, 135.17
  • University of Miami. Judaic Studies Program (Helen Fagin)--128.4
  • University of Michigan. Division of Literature, Science, and the Arts (Lawrence I. Berkove)--128.4
  • University of Minnesota (Fred E. Berger, Kurt Boles, Philip Siegelman)--128.4
  • University of Missouri--Columbia. College of Arts and Science (William Peden)--128.4
  • University of Missouri--St. Louis. English Dept. (William C. Hamlin)--128.4
  • University of Nevada. UNR Sagebrush (Hank Nuwer)--128.4
  • University of North Carolina. Fine Arts Festival (Henry B. Aldridge)--128.4
  • University of Notre Dame. Dept. of English (Richard Sullivan)--128.4
  • University of Notre Dame. Sophomore Literary Festival Council--128.4
  • University of Pennsylvania Joint Forum Series (Irwin I. Ship)--128.4
  • University of Rhode Island (Roger L. Conway, Lois Cuddy)--135.17
  • University of Rochester. Hillel Faculty Council (Jules Brody)--128.4
  • University of South Carolina (Ferdinand David Schoeman)--128.4
  • University of Tulsa. Dept. of English (Daniel Marder)--128.4
  • University of Utah (see Intermountain Conference on Children's Literature)
  • University of Virginia. College of Arts and Sciences (Irby B. Cauthen, Ralph Cohen)--128.4
  • University of Wisconsin. Dept. of English (David Fellman, Peter A. Jacobs, __ Lichte, Nancy Pellmann, Jean Rideout, Walter B. Rideout)--128.4
  • University of Wyoming. Library. Division of Rare Books and Special Collections (Gene M. Gressley)--128.4
  • University Press of America (Jean A. Webb)--128.4
  • Unser Theatre--128.5
  • Unzer Express (Warsaw, Poland) (Lazar Kahan, J. Fishman) (see also Rosenberg, M. and Zeitlin, Aaron)--128.5
  • Urian, Ephraim--128.5
  • Uzych, Leo--128.5
  • Vainshtok, Bentsiyon Mosheh Ya'ir ben Mordekhai David--128.6
  • Vaksman, Blume--128.6
  • Valentine, Pauline (Brian W. Aldiss Appreciation Society)--128.6
  • Välkommen Magazine (see Stockholms Socialforvaltning)
  • Van Cortlandt Workmen's Circle Community House--128.6
  • Van Doren, Mark--82.6
  • Van Iseghem, Godelieve--131.5
  • Van Slyke, Helen, 1919- (see Puchkoff, Abe)
  • Vancouver Jewish Community Centre (Gert Snider)--128.6
  • Varans, Hillel--128.6
  • Vassar College (Ken Weedin) (see Rosenberg, Justus)
  • Vaughan, Samuel S. (Doubleday)--128.6
  • [Vayker]--128.6
  • Vaz Dias, Selma--128.6
  • Vecko Journalen (see Åhlén & Åkerlunds förlag, Stockholm, and Albert Bonniers förlag)
  • Vegetarian (Leah Leneman)--128.6
  • Vegetarian Review and Digest (Frank Ray Rifkin)--128.6
  • Veichman, Chava [Chaya?]--128.6
  • Veinstein, Basha--128.6
  • Venograd, H.--128.6
  • Venslikh, Sh.--128.6
  • Verlag Sauerländer Aarau (Ihr Rolf Inhauser)--128.6
  • Vestlund, Lars--128.6
  • Victorian Jewish Board of Deputies--128.6
  • Vikhman, Tsvi--128.6
  • Viking Penguin, Inc. (Stacy Schiff)--128.6
  • Viking Press (Aaron Asher, Robert O. Ballou, Marjorie Griesser, Altie Karper)--128.6
  • Vilajosana I Ferràndiz, Manuel--128.6
  • Vilner, Alexander David--128.6
  • Vinaver, Chemjo, 1895-1973--128.6
  • Vinieg, Moshe--128.6
  • Vinkler, Moshe--128.6
  • Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (William Smart) (see Kresh, Paul)
  • Virginia Commonwealth University (Richard Kevorkian)--128.6
  • Viringer, Fred--128.6
  • Vityes, Moshe, 1898-1963--128.6
  • Vlad, Alexandru--128.6
  • Voch (Di Vokh) (Menahem Boraisha, H. Leyvik, L. Shapiro)--128.6
  • Vodrey, W. H.--128.6
  • Vogue (Frances Decker, Allene Talmey)--128.6
  • Voice of America (Organization) (Jerome J. Theise)--128.6
  • Vollette, David E.--128.6
  • Vonnegut, Kurt--128.6
  • Vorspan, Max (see University of Judaism)
  • Voyles, John W.--128.6
  • Voz de Sion en el Uruguay (Jose Jerozolimski)--128.6
  • Vŭković, Jovica--128.6
  • Vusaki, Moshe--128.6
  • WABD (Radio station) (see TV Time Recordings)
  • WBAI Radio (New York, N.Y.) (see Elman, Dick)
  • WEVD (Radio station) New York, N.Y. (Henry Greenfield, Joel J. Plavin)--128.7
  • WFAA-TV (Television station : Dallas, Tex.) (Suzie Humphreys, Linda Metcalf)--128.7
  • WFMT (Radio station : Chicago, Ill.) (Lois A. Baum) (see National Jewish Welfare Board)
  • Wachholz, Kerstin--128.7
  • Wachtel, Nili--128.7
  • Wachtmeister, Wilhelm, 1923- --128.7
  • Wade, James--128.7
  • Wagner, Eliot--128.7
  • Wagner, Th.--128.7
  • Wagshal, __--128.7
  • Wahrman, Miriam--128.7
  • Waisman, Harry A.--128.7
  • Wakefield, Dan (see Atlantic Monthly Press)
  • Wakeman, John--128.7
  • Waldbaum, Gitta--128.7
  • Waldmann, Helmut--128.7
  • Walker and Company (Richard Kelley) (re. Bruno Schulz)--69.28, 128.7
  • Wall Street Journal (Seth Lipsky)--128.7
  • Wallace, Margot Adler (J. Walter Thompson Company)--128.7
  • Wallach, Eli, 1915- (see Puchkoff, Abe)
  • Wallach, Marlene--128.7
  • Walsh, Irene--128.7
  • Walsh, Sophie--128.7
  • Walter, R., Mrs.--128.7
  • Walworth, Julia--128.7
  • Ward-Callaghan, Linda--128.7
  • Warnsler, Lilly--128.7
  • Warren, Mark--128.7
  • Warshauer, Nora--128.7
  • Warshaw, A.--128.7
  • Warszawski, Yanir--128.7
  • Washington and Jefferson College (Washington, Pa.) (Howard J. Burnett, Williams M. Mitchell)--128.7
  • Washington Hebrew Congregation (Washington, D.C.) (Joshua O. Haberman)--128.7
  • Washington Post (Andrew P. Corty, William McPherson)--128.7
  • Washington State University (Louis D. McNew)--128.7
  • Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.) (Irving Litvag)--128.7
  • Wasserberg, Marilyn--176.10
  • Wasserman, Abe--128.7
  • Wasserman, Dora(see Centre Saidye Bronfman)
  • Wasserman, Klaus (see also Dujack, Inge)--128.7
  • Wasserman, Walter--128.7
  • Wasserstrom, Evelyn--128.7
  • Wästberg, Per--128.7
  • Waterford Public Library (Waterford, Conn.) (Eileen A. Butterfield)--129.1
  • Waterstone, Nathan--129.1
  • Watkins, Birdie--129.1
  • Watkins, Jacob--129.1
  • [Watner], Sylvia Townsend--129.1
  • Watson-Guptill Publications (Sue Heinemann)--129.1, 174.5
  • Webb, Bill--129.1
  • Webb, Kaye--129.1
  • Webb, Nancy M.--129.1
  • Weber, Joseph M.--129.1
  • Weber, Judith--129.1
  • Weber, Simon (see also Forverts)--129.1
  • Weel, Gordon J. (Oz Editions)--129.1
  • Wegodsky, I.--129.1
  • Weichert, Michael, 1890-1967 and Frania--129.1
  • Weidenfeld and Nicolson (Firm) (see David Pryce-Jones)
  • Weil, Cotshal and Manges (Stephen H. Cooper)--129.1
  • Weinbaum, William--129.1
  • Weinberg, Richard--129.1
  • Weinberger, G. J.--129.1
  • Weinberger, Martin--129.1
  • Weiner, Norman L, 1946- (see Needelman, Bert)
  • Weingarten, M.--129.1
  • Weininger, Freed--129.2
  • Weinraub, Donna--129.2
  • Weinraub, Zihava--129.2
  • Weinreich, Max, 1894-1969--129.2
  • Weinrieb, Abraham--129.2
  • Weinstein, __--129.2
  • Weinstein, Berish, 1905-1967--129.2
  • Weinstein, Cyrilly Abels--129.2
  • Weinstock, Herbert, 1905- --129.2
  • Weintraub, Esther--129.2
  • Weintraub, Meyer--129.2
  • Weisenberg, Pearl--129.2
  • Weiser, Joan--129.2
  • Weisgall, Hugo--129.2
  • Weisman, J.--129.2
  • Weisman, Moshe--129.2
  • Weisman, Yitzhak--129.2
  • Weiss, Bluma--129.2
  • Weiss, Hedy--129.2
  • Weiss, Ted--129.2
  • Weiss-Rosmarin, Trude, 1908- (see Jewish Spectator)
  • Weissblatt, I.--129.2
  • Weissman, Mildred--129.2
  • Weitz, Susan--129.3
  • Weitzman, K.--129.3
  • Welczer, Anna--129.4
  • Wellesley College (Robert Garis)--129.3
  • Wellington, New Zealand. Dept. of Education (Michael Keith)--129.3
  • Wells, Jay--129.3
  • Wells, Mary Jane--129.3
  • Werblin, David A. (see Puchkoff, Abe)
  • Wershba, Joseph (CBS News)--129.3
  • Wescott, Glenway, 1901- --129.5
  • West Los Angeles College (Ray Weinstein)--129.3
  • Westchester Magazine (Vita Nelson)--129.3
  • Westchester Reform Temple (Scarsdale, N. Y.) (Ben-Zion Emanuel, JackStern)--129.3
  • Wetenkamp, Herb, III--129.3
  • Wex, S.--129.3
  • Wexler, Sh.--129.3
  • Wheeler, Bill--129.3
  • White, Irving S., 1925- (see also Braun White Productions)--110.1, 129.3
  • Whitman, Ransom and Coulson (E. Kendall Gillette, Jr.)--109.7
  • Whitman, Ruth, 1922- --129.3
  • Whitney, Thomas P.--129.3
  • Whittington, Hugh--129.3
  • Whos Who in World Jewry (Harry Schneiderman)--129.3
  • Wicholas, Sidney--129.6
  • Widelitz, Sheldon--129.6
  • Wieland, Albert--129.6
  • Wiener Library (M. (Murray) Mindlin)--129.6
  • Wiggins, Jim--129.6
  • Wigser, A. M.--129.6
  • Wilen, Anna--129.6
  • Wilke, Herbert--129.6
  • William Allen White Memorial Library. Children's Book Award Program (Henry R. Stewart)--129.6
  • William H. Welch Medical Library (Sanford V. Larkey) (see Feldman, M.)
  • William Morris Agency (Don Gold)--129.6
  • William Morrow and Company (James Landis, Elisa Petrini)--129.6, 174.15
  • Williams, Gil--129.6
  • Wilner, Diana (Brandeis Institute)--129.6
  • Wilner, Mildred--129.6
  • Wilshire Boulevard Temple (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Alfred Wolf, 1915- )--129.6
  • Wilson, Edmund--129.6
  • Wilson, Mark--129.6
  • Winans School (Lansing, Mich.) (students)--129.6
  • Winchester, David--129.6
  • Windhausen, Wolfgang--129.6
  • Winkler, Morris--129.6
  • Winn, J. N.--129.6
  • Winn-Lederer, Ilene--129.6
  • Winograd, L., 1895-1980--129.6
  • Winograd, Maurice--4.2, 129.7
  • Winski, Betty--129.6
  • Winston, Harold--129.6
  • Winter, Dayna--129.6
  • Winter, Mark A.--129.6
  • Winther, Elisabeth--129.6
  • Wirsan, Martin--130.1
  • Wisconsin. Cooperative Children's Book Center (Suzanne Wirth)--130.1
  • Wisconsin. Dept. of Employee Trust Funds (W. C. Atkinson)--135.17
  • Wisconsin State University--Whitewater (Robert N. Burrows, Carolyn Wedin Sylvander)--130.1
  • Wislicki, P.--130.1
  • Wislieki, Sabina--130.1
  • Wiszniewski, Tomasz--130.1
  • Witherspoon & Chernoff Associates, Inc. (Kim Witherspoon)--174.15
  • Witness (Detroit, Mich.) (Peter Stine)--130.1
  • Wittenberg, Charlotte--130.1
  • Wojdan, Zygmunt--130.1
  • Wolf, D.--130.1
  • Wolf, Eleanor Paperno--130.1
  • Wolf, William--130.1
  • Wolfe, George (see Gannon, Tom)
  • Wolfe, Marsha--130.1
  • Wolfe, Rose (see Shub, Elizabeth)
  • Wolff, Marilyn--130.1
  • Wolff, Paul--176.12
  • Wolfson, Michael H.--130.1
  • Wolhandler, Joe--130.1
  • Wolin, William--130.1
  • Wolkoff, Wladimir--130.1
  • Women's League for Israel (Violet Wiles)--130.1
  • Woodward, R. Eveleen--130.2
  • Work, Reuben--130.2
  • Workmen's Circle/Arbeiter Ring (Arthur Barcan, Sy Landy, William Stern)--130.2
  • World Bureau for Yiddish and Jewish Culture--130.2
  • World Federation of Polish Jews (Shlomo Grajek, Anselm Reiss)--130.2
  • World Federation of United Nations Associations (Marek Hagmajer)--130.2
  • World Jewish Congress (Edgar M. Bronfman, Elaine N. Dubow) (see also Schwarzbart, Isaac I.)--130.2
  • World Over (Morris Epstein)--130.2
  • World Zionist Organization. Youth and Hechalutz Dept. (Deborah Weissman)--130.2
  • Wosk, C., Mrs.--130.2
  • Wrenn, John H.--130.2
  • Wright, Stephen--130.2
  • Writers Alliance Ltd. (Virgil Katherine Doyle)--130.2
  • Wyler, Friedel--130.2
  • Wyrzykowska, Irena--130.2
  • Y. L. Perets-farlag (Tel Aviv, Israel)--130.2
  • Y. L. Peretz Writer's Union--130.2
  • Yaffe, Gerda H.--130.2
  • Yager, Jan, 1948- --130.2
  • Yale School of Drama (Larry Arrick, Nissa Gurwitt, Howard Stein)--130.2
  • Yale University. B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation (Richard Israel)--1.5
  • Yanasowicz, Itzhak, 1909- --130.3
  • Yardeini, M.--130.2
  • Yaven, Yitzhak--130.2
  • Yawn, Gunny--130.2
  • Yehyshe, A.B.--171.7
  • Yellin, Herb--130.2
  • Yellowhead Humane Society (Bloomfield, Chris)--130.2
  • Yelmi, Shulamis--130.2
  • Yentes, Shiye--130.2
  • Yeshiva University. Dept. of Public Relations--130.2
  • Yevtushenko, Yevgeny Aleksandrovich, 1933- --130.4
  • Yidisher visnshaftlekher institut (Mendel Elkin, Hannah Fryshdorf, Samuel Norich, Martin Peretz, Rochl Shwarts, Mark Turkov)--130.4
  • Yiddish (Joseph C. Landis, Sophie Sazer)--24.4, 130.4
  • Yiddish Dictionary Committee--130.4
  • Yiddish Musical Theatre Inc. (Israel Walin)--130.4
  • Yiddish National Culture Society--130.4
  • Yiddish National Theatre--130.4
  • Yiddish P.E.N. Club--130.4
  • Yiddish Writer's Union--130.4
  • Yiddishe Folks Bibliotek in Montreal (Dovid Augenfeld, Paul Trepman)--130.4
  • Yiddishe Kultur Federascje Johannesburg--130.4
  • Yiddisher Kemfer--130.4
  • Yitzanen, M.--130.4
  • Yivo Institute for Jewish Research (see Yidisher visnshaftlekher institut)
  • Yizhar, Michael--130.4
  • Yleisradio Oy (Birgitta Wegelius)--130.4
  • YMCA of Greater New York (Maurice W. Taylor)--130.4
  • Yoken, Melvin B.--130.4
  • Yokhman, Lev--130.4
  • Yolis, Aida and Mordechai--130.4
  • Yolles, Marilyn--130.4
  • Yonathan, Nathan--130.4
  • Yonkers Public Library (Jacqueline E. Miller)--130.4
  • Yood, Nochum, 1888-1966--130.4
  • Young, David, 1936- --130.4
  • Young Israel of Flatbush Sisterhood (Jessie Rhine)--130.4
  • Young Israel of Forest Hills (Julius Berman)--130.4
  • Young Israel of the West Side--130.4
  • Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association, New York (see 92nd Street Y (New York, N.Y.))
  • Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association of Metropolitan New Jersey. Council Center for Senior Citizens (Debbie Rosner)--130.4
  • Young Men's Hebrew Association (Winnipeg) (Arnold R. Cohen)--130.4
  • Young, Philip--130.4
  • Young, William--130.4
  • Youth for Energy Independence (Bayard Rustin)--130.4
  • Yugntruf (Organization : New York, N.Y.)--130.4
  • Yunis, Rachel Buckman--130.4
  • Z., D.--130.5
  • Z., L.--130.5
  • Zabell, Joyce S.--130.5
  • Zack, M.--130.5
  • Zaitchick, A.--130.5
  • Zak, Avraham, 1891- --130.5
  • Zak, Yerucham--130.5
  • Zamir, Ilan, 1943- --142.6
  • Zamir, Israel, 1929- (see also Pontsch, Runia and Urian, Ephriam)--110.3, 130.6, 142.6
  • Zamir, Noam--142.6
  • Zamir, Yuval--142.6
  • Zap, Bernice--130.5
  • Zarch, Louis--130.5
  • Zaretsky, Esther--130.5
  • Zaromk, Sh.--130.5
  • Zazkaidi, Bernard--130.5
  • Zeides,Chaim--130.5
  • Zeitlin, Aaron, 1898-1973 (see also Goldene Keyt)--131.1, 131.2
  • Zeitlin, Rachela--130.5
  • Zeldner, Max--130.5
  • Zelerman, __--130.5
  • Zelevi, Natan--130.5
  • Zeltzer, George M.--130.5
  • Zemach, Benjamin--130.5
  • Zengen, Shed--130.5
  • Zenvil, Shmuel--130.5
  • Zhelenietz, Joel--130.5
  • Zilberman, A.--131.3
  • Zilbershteyn, Menachem--131.3
  • Zilburg, A.--131.3
  • Zilburg, M.--131.3
  • Zimbel, Elaine--131.3
  • Zimbrolt, Joseph--131.3
  • Zimmermann, Sabine, 1966- --131.3
  • Zinar, Edna--131.3
  • Ziner, Feenie--131.3
  • Zinke, Herbert--131.3
  • Zionist Organization of America. New York Women's Division (Dorothy Serels-Soloff)--131.3
  • Zipper, M.--131.3
  • Zisman, Sophie--131.3
  • Zocher, Gerti--131.3
  • Zofnath, A.--131.3
  • Zollo, Mary--131.3
  • Zucker, Louis C., 1895- --131.3
  • Zucker, Michael--131.3
  • Zucker, Sol--131.3
  • Zukerman, Baruch--131.3
  • Zukunft (Eliezer Greenberg , N. B. Minkoff) (see also Zak, Avraham)--131.3
  • Zvi, Moshe-Ben--131.3
  • Zweig, Esther--131.3
  • Zygielbaum, Faivel, 1908- --131.3
  • Zylber, L.--131.4
  • Zylberman, Moishe (Moses Silberman)--131.3
  • Zylburg, Mira--131.3