tag: Organizational Records

  • United Hebrew Congregation (St. Louis, Missouri) constitution and bylaws. The title was changed from “German Congregation” to “United Congregation,” possibly reflecting changes in the local population and the congregation’s commitment to inclusion.

    1841–1859

  • Passage on charity and burial in the United Hebrew Congregation (St. Louis, Missouri) constitution and bylaws.

    1841–1859

  • Minutes from a Jews’ Hospital board meeting about planning a ball to raise money. These are perhaps the first board minutes in the hospital’s history.

    1852

  • Explanation of how the Shearith Israel Sisterhood formed from other organizations.

    1896

  • The Problem of Jewish Charity in New York, created under the auspices of Jewish Community of New York City.

    1911

  • The Jewish Community of New York City was incorporated in 1912.

    1912

  • Jewish Community of New York (Kehillah) organizational chart.

    Early 20th century

  • This letter reflects on the organization of the Jewish Community of New York City.

    1916

  • Information sheet about people serving as representatives of smaller organizations to the Jewish Community of New York (Kehillah).

    1918


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