Opening of the S. L. Shneiderman Archives at the Diaspora Research Institute

November 8, 2001

Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, Israel

The Diaspora Research Institute at Tel Aviv University is pleased to announce the opening and availability of the S. L. Shneiderman Archives.   These extensive materials, collected by Shneiderman and his wife Eileen (Hala Szymin) during his seventy-year journalistic career encompasses  S. L. Shneiderman's (1906-1996) essays and journalistic publications in Yiddish and English, with source materials, and translations of his work in Hebrew, Polish, and other languages.

Shneiderman covered the most important events of the 20th century including the Spanish Civil War and Poland before, during and after WW11. He traveled to and published extensively about Jewish communities throughout the world, interviewing the leading political and cultural figures. His roles as United National correspondent from its inception in 1945 and as President of the Yiddish P. E. N. Club gave him unique insights.

Major projects, documented in the archives, include books in Yiddish on the Civil War in Spain (1938, with photos by Eileen Szymin's famed photographer brother, David Seymour - Chim), the Russian writer Ilya Ehrenburg (1968), and the Polish-American artist The Stormy Life and Work of Artur Szyk (1980).   Major English books include Between Fear and Hope (1947), The Warsaw Heresy (1959), and The River Remembers (1978), the English translation of the well received book: Ven di Weisl Hot Geredt Yiddish

As an editor, Shneiderman is known for the celebrated Warsaw Ghetto: A Diary by Mary Berg (1945, and then published in nine languages), and for assembling the Yiddish collection Tsuzamen (Together, 1974).  He wrote the compelling narration to the full-length documentary film The Last Chapter: The Rise and Fall of the Thousand Year Old Jewish Community in Poland (1965, narrated by Theodore Bikel, Ben-Lar Productions, New York).

A web site (http://www.lib.umd.edu/slses) about their life and work is maintained by the University of Maryland Libraries, which houses the S. L. and Eileen Shneiderman Yiddish Book Collection.  In 2000, Eileen Shneiderman published a book in Yiddish,What Time is it on the Jewish Clock? collecting S. L. Shneiderman's key articles and book chapters, supported by her commentaries.

Prof. Aharon Oppenheimer, Director of the Diaspora Research Institute and Archivist Gennady Pasechnik (gena22@ccsg.tau.ac.il) (Phone +972-3-640-9678) invite your inquiries. Dr. Boris Kotlerman was instrumental in preparing an extensively itemized catalog for the archive.

 

S. L. Shneiderman Archives (P-73)
at the Diaspora Research Institute
Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, Israel
Carter Building

Major Topics

Personalities

Yiddish WritersWriters
Artists
Political and Public Figures
Jewish Figures
Scientists, Historians

Projects arranged thematically

The Traveling Correspondent
Events
Cultural Scene
SLS: Articles, Letters, Publications
Miscellaneous

Major topics

Numerals following each entry indicate Box number/Folder Number

1. Kazimierz on the Vistu1a -Kuzmir, the birth-place of S.L.S..   16/18,20,  17/1,la, 7(French)

2. Poetry by S.L.S.     SLS-Book (Selection) 1925- 1932 -1925 "Gilderne Feigl"

 1932 "Feiern in Shtodt"

 1941-1945" The Hudson is my Witness"- did not appear in book form

3. Spanish Civil War.    1/75-87,   13/11

 Book: War in Spain, 1938    1/75-87,  13/11  - Personal Documents from the Spanish Civil War.

4. South Africa and Israel, 1938   Box  1 ,  15 /11,12   List of chapters in English for a planned book.

5. The Voyage of the S.S. St.Louis with 900 Jewish refugees from Hamburg to Mexico and back on the eve of the war in 1939 -  Box 1.       Full text in Polish translation   11/3.

6. The Warsaw Ghetto:  1/63-65,  15/15

 1973-5,  eight Yiddish articles  17/5-6;    Resistance    9/6

 Yiddish Writers in the Ghetto:   Spiritual Resistance; Oneg Shabat   9/7,  14/9,  1/63-65

 The Warsaw Ghetto  Diary  by  Mary Berg. 1945, Edited and prefaced by SLS  N.Y.

 Including background  Material.      Box 3/2

7. 1946  Nuremberg Trial.  Europe after the War   11/14

8. Kielce Pogrom, 1946     Box 3

9. Ghetto Shavel -the survival of the only child born in the Lithuanian ghetto.  Benia Gotz. 5/2

10. Jewish Partisan Camp in Woltche Nori on  Soviet Border, Slonimski Family from Biten3 /lO,  lO/4,23

11. Newport- Jewish Community in Pre-colonial America.    4/7

12. The Polish Army of General Anders in the Soviet Union .

 First Chapter of a planned book: Jews in Communist Poland.   Box 1.

13. Personalities: See separate listing. (pages  2 - 7)

 Yiddish Writers;               Writers in other languages

 Artists and Sculptors         Political and Public figures

 Jewish Figures;                 Scientists and Historians

14. Film "The Last Chapter: The Rise and Fall of the Jewish Community in Poland", 1965.

 A 90 min. documentary  written by SLS   7/1.

15. France: Jewish Archaeological Sites in Rouen and Troyes.     2 /11

16. Yiddish Pen-Club-Center in New York -SLS President, l975-1978

 Correspondence with Nobel-Prize Committee     3/8.

17. Ilya Erenburq, (1968)   Book and background material     1/15-20,  3/3

18. Tzusamen Edited by SLS,  1974, Box 17/15,16.

 Collection of works by 49 writers from Israel and the Diaspora.

20. Poland after the War.  SLS three books:

Between Fear and Hope  (1947), Yiddish and English

Warsaw Heresy (1959) English.

Wen di Weisl Hot Geredt Yiddish (1970)

Full text in Polish Translation -Noviny-Kurier 1970    11/16

The River Remembers (English translation) (1978)

21. Jews in Polish Literature -From Julian Klaczko to Julian Tuwim .

 Series of 10 articles  13/4,   14/13     J.Tuwim's poems translated  by SLS.

 

Personalities

List of topics in archive compiled by Dr. Boris Kotlerman, April 30, 2001

Numerals following each entry indicate Box number/Folder Number

 

----------  Yiddish Writers  ----------

Almi, A. 5/2

Apter, Shimon 5/2

Asch, Shalom 5/2

Auerbach, Efraim 5/2

Bashevis-Singer, I. 13/1, 13/12

Belenki, M., yiddish-russian writer, worked with Michoels 10/6

Belousow, A. 5/2

Brandsteatter, Roman - Polish, Yiddish, Hebrew writer, dramatist 18/8

Davidson, Sophie and D. - Young Yiddish  12/21

Execution of Soviet Yiddish writers Aug.12,1952   7/2

Gebirtig, M. - killed in the ghetto of Cracow 1942. Book of his poems, publ.1946 in Cracow by the Jewish Historical Committee 16/1

Glatstein, Jacob  5/2

Grinberg Eliezer 5/2

Groper, Jakov 5/2

Kacetler 9/8

Katzenelson, Ichak 18/32

Kerler, J. 5/2

Lubelski, Benjamin 12/29

Malech, Leib and Lotte 5/2

Mann, Mendel 4/6

Markish, Esther, Simon and David 3/9, 5/2

Neugreschl, Mendl (The Yiddish poet and his son Joachim, a translator into English and German) 15/26

Papernikow, Yoseph 5/2

Rakowski, Marek 5/2

Ravitch, Melech Editor of Warsaw Anthology, publ.in Canada,1967 and M.Ravitch in My Lexicon about S.L.S. 5/2, 14/12

Rosenberg, Shlomo 5/2

Schechtman, Eli 5/2

Sfard, David 5/2

Shoshkes, Chaim 5/2

Shweitzer, Shlomo, writer, editor I.L.Peretz Publ., Tel-Aviv, 2 files 10/13

Shneiur, Zalman - letters, 9/14

Steinlauf, M. 8/1

Stencl, Abraham, yiddish poet, London, 12/21

Sticker, Mordechai 5/2

Sutzkever, Avrom 5/2

Szeinberg Szlomo, yiddish writer, 14/25

Trunk, I.I. - SLS 18/43

Tunkel, J., humorist writer, 5/2

Tzene U-Rene - Kozak Translation into Hebrew

 S.L.S. artical  3/7

Tzusamen (Together), Yearbook 1974, SLS Editor, collection of  works by 49 Yiddish writers, publ. I.L. Perets Farlag,T.A. 17/15 Handwritten manuscripts by J.Bashevis-Singer, Ahron Zeitlin, Chaim Grade and others 17/16

Vergelis, Aharon, poet, editor of "Sovietish Heimland", 1/8-9

Yiddish Language a. Literature, Notes for a lecture ab. - SLS, 13/27

Yiddish Pen CLub Center - Corr. with Nobel Prize Committee( S.L.S. president 1974-78) 3/8

Yiddish Soviet Writers killed by Stalin - Aug.1952   17/18

Zeitlin.Aron   5/2

 

----------  Writers  ----------

Achmatowa, Anna (Tchukovski, Lydia)  - russian poet, 8/3

Andrzejewski, Jerzy - Polish writer 18/1

Armand, Lionel, French writer from Carpentras 8/17

Babel, Isaak, Russian writer 1/1  13/2

Balzac, Honore de 1/43

Bartoszewski, Wladyslaw - Polish writer, leader of Zegota (group of Poles who helped Polish Jews) - SLS 1982 18/3

Berg, Mary, Warsaw Ghetto  Diary. S.L.S editor    3/2

Bialik, Ch.N. (Corresp. with  Chrapusta, WI.) SLS. 1981 16/14

Borwicz, Michal - Polish-Jewish writer 18/10

Brodsky, J. - 6a/4

Broniewski, Wladyslaw - Polish poet 18/9

Brzozowski, Stanislaw - Polish critic, writer 18/11

Celine, F. 1957 11/34

Chrapusta, WI. - Corresp. with Ch.N.Bialik - SLS. 1981 16/14

Chukowsky, K. (to Box 8/2) 6a/13

Cwiakowska, Anna ab. S.L.S. - Essay in Kontury - organ of Writers in Polish in Israel-V111-1997 13/10

Daniel and Siniawski: Soviet trials, 10/23

Ehrenburg, Ilya 1/15-29  3/3

 The Black Book text in English 130-32

Feuchtwanger, Leon  1/2   6a/14

Ficowski, Jerzy - polish poet, transl. from Yiddish, Warsaw, SLS 18/17

Flavius, Josephus 1/2

Grossman, Wasili 9/19

Grynberg, Henryk -1968 - S.L.S. English 14/27 1968-73 16/3

Havel and Kohut, Prague - 2/22, 7/22

Heine, Heinrich 10/25

Hersey, J. "The Wall". 11/3

Hochhute, Roth: The Deputy german writer, 7/4

Hoga, S. "Tu Chazy" 1/44

Jasienski, Bruno -Polish writer, perished in Soviet Union 18/27

Jastrun, Mieczyslaw  - Polish poet, translated by SLS 18/28

Jewish Literature in Polish Language,1964  14/14

Jimenes, J.R. - Nobel Prize 1957.S.L.S.- Spanish writer in Diaspora 14/29

Jules, Isac, French writer, Fighter against Church Antisemitizm, 11/19

Kafka, Franz 1/10-14  4/13

Karski, Jan, polish writer, 18/31

Kersten, Krystyna - Polish writer against anti-semitism 18/33

Kessel, Josef  "The Army of Shadows", german writer, 14/21

Kesten, Hermann 1942    11/41

Kisch, Egon Erwin, german writer from Prague, 10/26

Klaczko, J. Jews in Polish Literature. From Julian Klaczko to Julian Tuwim. Yiddisher Kemfer English translation by hand 14/13

Kochanowski, Jan - Polish writer, 17th cent., 18/34

Koestler, Arthur, german writer, 1983,  11/21

Kohut and Havel, Prague - 2/22, 7/22

Kolakowski, Leszek - Polish writer, critic of Communism 18/35

Koneczny, F. "Jewish Civilization" -Antisemitic book, 1975, 14/28, 18/38

Kosinski, Jerzy (+ Box 9 no. 22)  2/14

Kuncewicz, Maria & Jerzy - Polish writers and friends - Correspondence and articles 15/4 photos & personal letters 18/37

Langfus, Anna - polish writer, 4/28

Lazowert, Henryka - poetess killed in the Holocaust 15/21

Levi, Carlo, italian writer ab. The Holocaust, 8/13

Levi, Primo  8/15

Lewin, Dr.I. "Jews in Poland", 1962  15/22

Lewkovicz, Z. 1/117  

Lorca, Garcia, spanish poet (add to Box 1 no. 75-80), 2/8

Ludwig, Emil 8/12

Malreau, A., french writer (1901-1976),  12/28, 13/24

Mandelshtam, Osip, russian poet, 8/8

Mickiewicz, Adam 1/6-7

Milosz, Czeslaw, Nobel Prize  1980, polish writer, 13/9

Mond, G. Jews in Communist Poland: research for S.L.S. planned book, 1/66-67

Pasternak, Boris 2/2

Rudnicki, Adolf, polish writer, 9/4, 13/5

Samuel Marshak - S.L.S. 12/7

Sartre, Jean Paul, french writer (1906-1980), 13/14

Schulz, Bruno- 2 files  9/3 (?)

Senghor, Leopold, Nobel Prize for literature; 4/20

Serebriakowa, Galina - Russian writer - SLS, 1968 18/41

Sinclair, Upton, amer. writer, 1/42

Siniawski and Daniel: Soviet trials, 10/23

Slonimski, Antoni, polish poet, 7/3

Solzhenitsyn, A. (Vermont, USA), 2/3

Sperber, Manes 4/21

Spiegel, M. wartime experiences 1/115

St. Exupery, Antoine - 4/33

Stawar, Andzej, writer, Poland 1957, 1961,1963,  14/4

Steinbeck, John, amer. Nobel prize writer, 9/16

Steiner, Jean Francois - "Treblinka"  french writer, 13/30

Steiner, Georg, writer, "The Portage to San Christobal of A.H." 13/13

Stryjkowski, Julian, polish writer, 14/1

Szczypiorski, A., polish writer, 1971, 14/26

Tchukovski, Korney, russian writer, 8/2

Tchukovski, Lydia  (Achmnatowa Anna)  - writer, 8/3

Tuwim, Julian. - S.L.S. arts. in the "Literarishe Bletter" 13/4, 14/13

Wazyk, Adam, Polish poet - 1955 - 1980 15/23,29

Werfel, Franz, writer, Prague, 18/52

Wiesel, Eli, Novelist & lecturer on the Holocaust 18/49

Wittlin, Jozef (1896- 1976), polish poet, 14/24

Wygodski, St., 9/5

Yevtushenko, Yevgeny, russian poet, 7/8

Zola, Emil - French writer during the Dreifus-affair 18/57

Zweig, Stefan - Austrian Jewish writer 18/59

 

----------  Artists  ----------

Aberdam, Alfred - painter 5/1

Adler, Yankel - painter 5/1

Afeverk, Takle - Ethiopian painter, Addis-Abeba,1969 - photos by Ben Shneiderman 18/44

Aronson, Baruch - sculptor 5/1

Aronson, Nachum - artcritic 5/1

Barlewi, Henri - painter 5/1

Benn - painter. Paris. SLS 5/1, 16/16

Ben-Zion - painter N-Y   5/1

Bergner, Yossel - painter, Israel  5/1

Bernfas, Alexander - filmmaker - 1978 18/7

Blatas, Arbit - painter  5/1

Bloch, Ernst photographer, 1975 7/14

Blumenfeld Diana, & Turkow Jonas 1975 - Yiddish Theatre in Warsaw 14/7

Burluk, David - painter, 5/1

Chagall, M. - 1/33-41, 7/18, 8/7

Chwoles, Rafael - painter, 5/1

Daniel, Harry - painter, 5/1

Dorys, B. J. - photographer, 1931-32 photos of Kazimierz 18/13

Goldberg Chaim - painter from Kazimierz, 5/1

Gotlieb: Maurycy, Henryk, Leopold 5/1

Heideker, J.H. - German photographer - photos of the Warsaw ghetto - S.L.S 1984   12/11

Hel-Enri - painter, Paris, mother of Barlevi, 5/1

Kaminska, lda -  actress, 18/30

Kaplan, A. - painter in the USSR, 5/1

Kohn, Rachel - painter, 5/1

Krajewska, Monika-  polish photographer, author of a book of Jewish cemet. in Poland, 2/6

Levi, Carlo 8/13

Lilien, E.M. 5/1

Mane-Katz 5/1

Mendelsohn and Kant, 1974, 11/31

Merzer, Arieh  - metal-art, 5/1

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Soviet Painters 1/120

Michoels, S. 8/6

Milberger, Michel - sculptor, 5/1

Muni, Paul in Poland 1937 - amer. Actor, 12/35

Noah Nachbush, actor 12/10

Nossig, Alfred, Nazi collab. writer, sculptor, 4/16

Picasso (Adzhubey) 8/9

Picasso, 1964 15/30

Pirotte, Julia -  photographer, liberation of Marseille 1980- 1984, 11/35

Rapaport, Nathan - Sculptor, 5/1

Raskin, Saul - Painter, 5/1

Robeson, Paul - Singer, 2/16

Rotbaum, Jacob and Sara actors 4/9

Roth, Joseph, historian of Jewish art 2/18

Rubinstein, Arthur - S.L.S 1982 - 1988  12/22

Shigetti, J. - violinist, 9/17

Stern, Israel - amer. violinist 9/9, 14/20

Szmulewski,David - pictures from Auschwitz

 gas chamber   3/13

Szyk, Artur - Painter, 1991, 5/1

Theater and Art, Paris, New York 8/2

Turkow, Jonas & Blumenfeld, Diana - Yiddish Theatre in Warsaw, 1975,  14/7

Tzara T. (Dada Movement) 5/1

Wajda, Andrzej and his film "The Promised Land"- 1977 15/25

Zakheim, Bernard - mural painter, sculptor, 4/27

 

----------  Political and Public Figures  ----------

Antonov-Owseienko,A.  12/9

Begin, Menachem 4/34; 1978-79 - 6& 10/14

Ben-Gurion, David 2/1

Berman, Jakob 18/5

Blum, Leon 4/5

Borohow, Ber, linguist/ Founder of Leftist Poalei Zion 4/30

Brzezinsky Zbigniew 11/10

Clinton Bill, Pres. (1994) & Mohammed Ali, Pakistani President (1954) Corresp. ab. Israel 13/25

Cyrankiewicz, Jozef - Polish politicien, SLS, 1957,1967,1971 16/12

Dayan, Moshe 1948,1970,1981  10/17

Dimitrov , Doc. play by S.L.S. and I. Teller  4/4

Dmowski, Roman - leader of Polish rightist anti-semitic political movement - SLS 1973 18/12

Duracz - Lawyer, SLS 18/14

Eban, Abba 1974 S.L.S Yiddish and English 10/18

Eleanor Roosevelt - letter to S.L.S. 9/26

Friede, Judge Maximilian. Jubilee Book in Honor,1957 16/10

Geremek, Bronislaw - historian, politican

 SLS artical 18/20

Ghandi, Mahatma 4/23

Gierek, Edward - Poland  S.L.S. 1971, 1975  16/2

Goldman, Dr. Nachum 7/12

Gomulka, Wladislaw - 4/26, bkgr. material for the book "Warsaw Heresy" 18/21

Gorbachov, M. - 1987,91,   9/18

Grynbaum, ltzhak - Zionist leader, member of Polish parlament (Sejm) 18/24

Hitler 1946 - 1962 - 1964  11/28

Kac-Suchy, Julian - Polish politician, 1971, 11/33

Karski, Jan - polish writer, 18/31

Kautsky, Karl - Interview, Vienne,  1938; 11/20

Kennedy, Pres. John assassination - American Tragedy, S.L.S.  11/43

Kissinger, Henry 1974, 1980  11/22

Kreisky, Bruno 1975  11/20

Lange, Prof. Oscar - first Polish Representative to the U.N. later,vice-president 15/2

Lassalle, Ferdinand - socialist leader, 8/11

Lemkin, Raphael U.N. Genocide Charter, 2/10

Lincoln Abraham - 1949,1963 15/9

Litwinov, Maxim - 1955,  12/25

Lukac, George 8/16

Mandel Georges - French politician 12/30

Meier Rene - French politician 12/30

Meir, Golda  10/21

Mendes France - 1954,1967  15/1

Mijal, Kazimierz - Underground pro-China group in Poland 13/20

Morgenthau, Henry - S.L.S. 1967, 12/13

Napoleon  - biogr. Mat., 12/1

Nixon, Richard 4/22  11/1

Roosevelt, F.D.  3/11

Sakharov, Andre  4/3

Shazar, Zalman 10/10

Shelepin, Alexander (ZSSR), 1965 13/26

Shiloah, Zvi - Israeli politician - 1984 18/42

Skorzenny, Otto - nazi commander, 15/13

Smolar, Hersz - 13/40

Sneh, Moshe and Ephraim 10/11

Sommerstein Dr. Emil - member of Sejm, 1945,1946 13/38

Stalin - 1966 - S.L.S. 11/42

Swiatlo, Jozef, Poland 1975, 14/6

Truman, President & Jacobson, Eddi  11/27

Trepper,Leib Domb: ant-Nazi spy ring:

  "The Red Orchestra"  1960-75  16/17

 SLS  box 6 (1975)

Urban, Jerzy, Poland - 1981-1984, 14/5

Wallenberg - Hungary, 1964, 1/56-58

Walensa, Lech - Polish leader and dissident 18/48

Walichnowski, T. - antisemitic politish leader, SLS, 1968 16/8

Wyszinski, Cardinal Exhibit of Jewish Artifacts in Poland 1981-1982 (English) 14/23 SLS. Chapter for the book "The Warsaw Heresy", 1959 15/19

Zalman Shneiur letters 9/14

Zambrowski, Roman and Antoni -Poland 1963,1969 15/16

Zerubawel, J. - 4/2

Zinoviev, Alexander - Soviet dissident 18/58

 

----------  Jewish Figures  ----------

Alter, Victor - 1956, 1967, 1972. Leader of Bund, executed by Stalin, 1943.  Ksawery Pruszynski's report from Kuybishew 15/14

Anielewicz, Mordechai - hero of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (1919-1943) 18/2

Beilis, Mendel - 6a/3

Borohow, Ber, linguist/ Founder of Leftist Poalei Zion 4/30

Czerniakow, Adam - add to Box 6 (1971) 16/13 SLS 1966, English 16/15

Dreyfus, A. 3/19

Edelman, Mark - Last surviving leader of Warsaw Ghetto uprising, SLS 18/16

Erlich, Henryk - 1956, 1967, 1972. Leader of Bund, executed by Stalin, 1943   15/14

Flavius Josephus  1/2

Father Daniel in Haifa  10/9

Fogelman - survivors story, SLS 1965 18/18

Ginsburg, Jankel - printer,grandson of Marshal Zukow 18/22

Gitler-Barski, Jozef & Gordin, Itzhok, 95 years (1983) (1975) 16/7

Golomb, A. Correspondence (Yiddish) 11/15

Gordin, Itzhok, 95 years (1983) and Jozef Gitler-Barski (1975) 16/7

Gradowski, Zalman - Diary of Auschwitz 18/23

Grynspan, Hershl, Kristallnacht avenger 2/9 

 (also Box 10, English),

Horowitz, Rabbi Naftali: Satmar 18/40

Jewish Farmers, survivors, in New-Jersey. Weinland & other  17/19

Jules, Isac - French writer, Fighter against Church Antisemitizm, 11/19

Korczak, Janusz 1/3-5 11/39   S.L.S. 1963-77 12/32 18/29

Kotlowski, Leon - Partisan,  1987-1988, 11/38

Krajewski, Stanislaw  - leader of young jewish Community in Poland, 2/7

Leon Kotlowski - partisan 10/4

Lerman, Leon 12/26 (?)

Liberman, Dov - Letters 87-A  

Lipsky, Louis - american zionist leader, 2/4      

Lustiger, Arno - writer ab. Jews in Spanish Civil War, 7/17

Lustiger, J.M. Cardinal of Paris 7/16

Mazin, Max , Spain 7/15

Merlin - Begin - Hewbrew committee of national liberation, 1944 S.L.S. 1977  12/2

Michnik, Adam - S.L.S. 1989,1991 13/8

Mirski, Michal, Copenhagen 1991 - 12/31, 1953, 60, 70 16/4

Mitelman, Shlomo - wrote a book of letters ab. War experiences, 2/15  

Mittelman, Abram 4/19

Olschwang, Leonid 1954 (saved a German child), 9/20

Oppenheimer, Ernest, "Diamond King" - S.L.S. 1951, 12/17

Peisachowitch, Dr. W. (Shavel Ghetto) - director of the ghetto Hospital, 5/2

Pomeranz, A.L. - War Crimes, Lawyer, German Industry - 14/17

Pruszynski, Ksawery: report from Kuybishew. Alter, Erlich - 1956,1967,1972.     15/14

Raisky, A. 2/19

Rosental, David - a survivor, writing about. tbe Jewish community in Poland 18/39

Rothschild Family, 2/20, 7/20

Rozanski: Lawsuit against J.Rozanski (son of Goldberg,editor of "Hajnt") 14/15

Sandauer, Arthur 14/22

Schaff, Adam 1958  14/16

Scheinert David - Bruxelle,1977 13/17

Schwarz-Bart, Andree - 1959,1967  13/16

Shneerson, J. Centre de Documentation Paris 1961-5 1/114

Slansky, Rudolf  - victim of Stalins Trials, 12/34

Spire, Andre and Stencl, Abraham - 12/21

Stanislaw  Hoga of Kuzmir (Bgr. material to the book ) 17/17

Tenenbaum, Dr. J.  5/2

Tiberg, Jehuda 1980, 1985 13/31

Trepper, Leib Domb. Full story of the spy-ring against the Nazis "Red Orchestra" and its head, 1960 - 1975. SLS Box 6 (1975) 16/17

Tudela, Benjamin (add to Box 1, no. 88) 2/21  7/21

Wiesenthal, Simon - Nazi hunter 18/51

Wulf, Jozef 18/53

Zuckerkandel, Emil (?) 18/56

 

---------  Scientists, Historians  ----------

Balaban, Meir-Shmuel - historian, SLS 1972 - 1985 18/4

Baron, Solo (1895-1989) - american-jewish historian 6a/7

Bergson, Henry - philosopher,  3/15  6a/6

Borohow, Ber, linguist/ Founder of Leftist Poalei Zion 4/30

Brandeis, Georg - historian  (1891-1991) 6a/7

Bromberg, Abraham - Editor. Correspondence - Problems of Communism 1963-64, 13/35

Datner, Dr. Szymon - jewish historian, 8/4

Dubnow, Shimon - historian, 4/11

Einstein,Albert funeral 1954, 55, 79   4/15

Eisenbach, A. - historian, photos with SLS 1973 18/15

Freuchen, Peter - explorer of the Arctic,  9/13

Geremek, Bronislaw - historian, SLS 18/20

Glass, Prof. & Levich Benjamin, Prof., 1973, Space scientists, 10/3

Goldhagen, Erich  - Brandeis University Problems of Communism 1965 - 1968 13/35

Hess, Moses - Marxist theoretician, 1/17

Infeld, Prof. Leopold, Collaborator with Einstein 4/12

Kant and Mendelsohn, 1974, 11/31

Kapitsa, Prof. Peter, inventor of Soviet H-Bomb  4/14

Klatzkin, Jacob, philosopher, interview  4/32, 6a/2

Kotarbinski, Prof. Tadeusz - Polish philosopher 18/36

Kulka, Erich  - hist., 11/24

Landau Lev - Soviet Laureate Scientist 12/19

Levich Benjamin, Prof.  & Glass, Prof.  1973 Space scientists, 10/3

Lieberman Yakov - Soviet Laureate Scientis 12/19

Lifshitz, M. - 1992 - Soviet Laureate Scientist, 12/19

Maneli, Mieczyslaw Prof. - historian, 12/33

Manheimer, Dr. Fritz - S.L.S 1939  12/14

Mark, Ber - died 1966, corresp. and S.L.S. articles, 13/19

Nietzche, Friedrich - S.L.S. 1938  12/6

Oppenheimer, Robert - S.L.S. 1954, 1970  12/16

Rickover, Admiral Hyman, Built U.S.nuclear submarine 4/29, 11/1

Ringelblum, Dr.Emmanuel - 1960, 1961, 1964, 1967 14/8-9

(Yiddish - S.L.S. - 1963) -  "Children in the Warsaw Ghetto".- also in English. 1963 14/18; Archive - bakgr. mat. 14/20

Sakharov, Andre, 4/3

Sawicki, Prof.Jerzy - lawyer at Nurenburg trials

 1960,1967  13/39

Schwarcbart Dr.Isaac 13/37

Seferis, George - Nobel Laureate - S.L.S. 12/23

Sternfeld, Ari - 1962 - Soviet Laureate Scientist, 4/18, 12/19

Stomma, Prof. Stanislaw, Poland 1960 14/3

Tchericover, A. - historian, SLS 18/43

Weichert, Dr.Michal - Bkgr. Material 16/6

Zamenhof, Dr.L. - Esperanto 15/17

 

Projects Arranged Thematically

The Traveling Correspondent

Albania

6a/10

Amsterdam

6a/9

Andorra

6a/11

Antwerp, Belgium

6a/12

Babi Yar

3/12

Bulgaria

4/35

Canada

1/47-48

Toronto

1/1119

Caracas

1/45-46  (box 6 1972)

Ethiopia

1/101

Florence, Milan, Rome

1/18

France,  1946

11/14

Resistance in WW11

6a/15

Rouen, Troyes

2/11

Notes about Paris 1932-6

15/7

Germany

1946, Nuremberg trials, D.P. camps

11/14

1953, 63, 69

1/151-55

Hungary, 1964 (Raoul Wallenberg)

1/56-8

Israel

South Africa, Egypt, Israel 1939

19/1

Ramat Rachel, Gilo 1990

10/5

Christians in Israel

10/9

Polish Church in Jaffa 1986

10/9

Father Daniel in Haifa

10/9

Russian Jews in Galilee 1980

10/15

Germans in Israel

10/9

Kibbutz Negba

Eng.+Yidd. 1962

10/16

Kibbutzim (material)

10/13

Lochamei HaGhettaot: Zivia Lubetkin,

Antek Zuckerman

10/7

Safed  1939

10/8

The Chernobyl Congregation  1986

10/8

Shomron,

Samaritans  1967, 74, 86

10/12

Kenya and Zanzibar

11/32

Lebanon

2/12

Madagascar 1938, 1942

12/27

Mexico, 1979

1/49

Poland

Articles  1939

3/18

Z.Z.P 1944

1/68-70

1946, 55, 57-69

9/10-11

1968

16/9

Auschwitz

7/11

Elimination of Jews from Political and Cultural Life

15/20

Manuscripts 1963,64,68

11/8

Lectures, 1980-8616/19

17/1

Photos  1957-59

17/14

Shtetlech, post-war

17/21

Kazimierz on the Vistula

16/20

Kielce

3/13

Lodz Ghetto 1962,66,67

17/8

Wroclaw, Lignica

17/22

Nova Huta, Cracow

17/23

Lublin, Poland

9/1

Jewish Hist. Inst. Warsaw 1970-81

17/2

PAX Boleslaw Piasecki

Fascism in Comm.Pol.

13/17

Manuscripts:1963,64,68

11/8

Wola-Dworek,  Fr. Chopin's home

Wroclaw,

Catholic Church etc.

17/14

Polish-Russian Confrontations 1605-1956

Visa refused 1962,72

12/18

Last trip  1984

13/6

Prague

4/25

Rumania

1/71-74

South Africa  1938

1/102-9, 15/11

Soviet Union

1965

14/2, 1/89-100

1963, 67, 70, 74

13/34

Muslims in S.U.

4/1

Spain  (see Events)

1/75-80, 6a/16

Swaziland  1939

15/12

Taba

9/23

United States

U.S. Jewry

1/116

Amherst

6a/8

Bloomington, In

11/11

Chicago, Ill 1984-5

1/50

New York  1942-2

15/28

Newport, R.I.

4/7

Jews in pre-colonial America

San Francisco 1945, UN established

11/9, 17/9-13

Charlotte,  N.C., Yiddisg Center

1/111

Vatican

10/24

Yugoslavia

7/13

Events

Congress Pour La Defence de la Culture

Paris, 1935

13/32

Di Presse Argentina, 1947, 57, 65,

15/27

Paper closes down   -   1971

SLS The Role of a Jewish Daily

15/27

Eichman Trial

3/1

France, Germany - Nuremberg Trials,

DP camps 1946

11/14

Hungarian Trials  and Liquidation of Nagy  1958

12/3

Kielce Pogrom, Poland 1946

3/13

Lebanon  War

2/12

Poland 1968-The exodus of Jews from Poland

Elimination of Jews from cultural and political life

15/20

Rabin's  Assassination  1995

Spanish Civil War  1936-9

1/75-80

SS ST. Louis 1939

1/9-13

The Millennium in Poland 1966

State, Church, Jewish Community

13/15

United Nations established 1945, San Francisco

11/9

War in Vietnam 1966

15/8

Yiddish Soviet writers on trial Aug.12, 1952

SLS interview with L.F. Ilyichev 1962

11/26

Cutural Scene

Amherst National Yiddish Book Center

1/110, 6a/8

Amsterdam University Rosenthaliana

300th Anniversary of the Yiddish Press

6a/12

Anti-Semitism 1946, 57, 58

11/12

Anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union  1966, 77

10/20

Blitzkrieg in Manhattan  Synopsis of a scenario

by SLS and Judd Teller, 1941

18/45

Bloch Publishing, New York: 100th Anniversary

6a/5

Dimitrov, Docu-play by SLS and Judd Teller, 1933

4/4

The Borochov School, Toronto

1/119

Encyclopedia of Polish Jewry Project

9/12

Exhibit of Jewish Artifacts from Poland, New York 1981-2

14/23

The fate of Soviet Yiddish writers, 1955

Interview with L Ilytchev, 1962

11/26

Jews in Communist Poland: research for planned book

1/66-67

Jews in Georgia

9/22

Jews in Polish Lit. From Julian Klaczko to Julian Tuwim

Yiddisher Kemfer (English trans. In manuscript)

14/13-14

Jews in Spain

1/88

Nazi persecution and Polish intellectuals, aristocracy, clergy 1963-64

16/11

Neo-Nazis David Irving   1977

12/15

"The Last Chapter" Film written by SLS

11/15

Paris, 1935   Congress Pour La Defence de la Culture

13/32

The Role of a Yiddish Daily.  SLS,  Di Presse, Argentina

1947, 57, 65, 71

15/17

Shneerson, J., Centre de Documentation, Paris 1961-5

1/114

Toronto: Borohov School

1/119

Yiddish Center, Charlotte, N.C. 1978

1/111

FDR, Jan Karski, Lucy Davidowich: Debate on role of U.S.

In giving help to Jews under Nazi occupation.

1/121

Yiddish Films Between the Two World Wars

11/6

Yiddish Theater in Warsaw:

Jonas Turkow and Diana Blumenfeld, 1975

14/7

YIVO 1977-88

9/15

SLS: Articles, Letters, Publications

Correspondence with Davar and Al HaMishmar

1956, 59, 60

14/10

Early work

3/5

Early work: Paris 1932, 38-39

3/17

Gemma LaGuardia Gluck's Memoirs from Ravensbrook:

Edited and prefaced by SLS;

material for the book+Yiddish transl.

1/112-13,  8/10

Lectures

13/28

1956, 1979-84

13/28

1956,67-70

13/21

Letters

1990, 92-94

13/29

Letters and Invitations

1970-72,78

13/22

1990-94

13/23

Miscellaneous SLS articles

8/5

Polish Articles 1939

3/18

Prizes, Lectures, Interviews  1956-85

15/31

The River Remembers - Letters, Reviews - 1978

16/18 17/1a  French transl.

The River Remembers   in Polish Translation

Full Text in Noviny-Kurjer (Tel Aviv 1970)

11/16

Selected Correspondence  1963, 64, 65-68

13/36

SLS 1940-45

15/3

1944-48

11/36

1946 France, Nuremberg Trials, DP camps

11/14

Forward SLS articles 1969-92

6

1991-95.1.1         11/37 (Should be added to box 6)

1991-95.1.2          

1989-93                     10/22

1989-94                      

Al HaMishmar Hebrew Articles

8/18

Last issue:31-3-1995

14/11

Davar 1929

14/11

Di Woch 1939-40

3/16

L'Arch,   Paris,1974

17/7

Literarishe Bletter  1930-39

3/4

Nasz Przeglad 1937-9

3/6

Nasza Trybuna  1950 N.Y.

10/1

Nowe Widnokregi Warsaw 1944

15/18

Nowiny-Kurier Tel-Aviv   SLS

2/13

UJA Bulletin 1942-43

10/2

Undzer Wort, Paris

4/8

Miscellaneous

Biblical Ballet by SLS: Ruth and Boaz

4/31

The Cross of St. Burry - yiddish and English

11/13

Davis, Maria

found her daughter on a Polish stamp

4/17

Europe 1966 War in Vietnam

15/8

Harlem after the Storm  1964

11/23

King Ibn-Saud, American Oil Policy 1945

11/18

Dr. Krupp, Gustav

11/25

 "Letters from New York" SLS 1953

16/5

Manifesto for Yiddish (Project) 1950s, N.Y.

17/4

Mengele, Josef, Nazi, Dr.  Pener: survivor

12/12

The Mitford Sisters, 1938 (?)

12/8

The Oberlander Case - Germany, 1960

15/24

Orange, France  Festival in Roman Arena, 1939

15/10

ORT in Poland

13/3

Otwock-Zofiowka  SLS in French

17/20

P.L.O 1988

9/24

Transylvania, The Balkans     SLS

13/33

U.S. Lobby for peace with the PLO

Jerome Segal  1989

9/25

Dreyfus Affair

18/57