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Individuals, 1988-2012, undated


Scope and Contents

Sub-series 2: Individuals contains files on individual collaborators, particularly donors. Materials include correspondence, program planning notes, marketing materials, and press clippings. Folders are arranged alphabetically by last name. A complete box and folder listing is available upon request.

The individual collaborator files feature a number of people who have been involved with Project Kesher on an ongoing basis. Of particular note are Merle Feld, Blu Greenberg, Rabbi Goldie Milgram, Alice Shalvi, and Andrea Waldstein. Several of the individuals in this sub-series are also represented in the presenter files from the 1994 International Jewish Women’s Conference, located in Series 2, Sub-series 2: Conference Files.


  • 1988-2012, undated


Language of Materials

From the Collection:

The majority of materials are in English, with some written in Russian. Instances of Russian may be written either in print or cursive.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials containing personal identification information have been restricted. All other materials in this sub-series are open for research. Access to the collection is in accordance with the policies of the Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis University. Please contact the department for more information.


From the Collection: 29 Linear Feet (26 record center boxes, 2 document cases, 1 oversize box)

Repository Details

Part of the Brandeis University Repository

415 South St.
Waltham MA

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