Szajkowski, Zosa
 

Szajkowski, Zosa, 1911–1978

Name Szajkowski, Zosa, 1911–1978.
Special Call Number ARC 111
Physical Description 3.1 linear ft.
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Biographical Note Jewish historian; bibliographer. Also known as Szajko Frydman.
Collection Summary Notes, bibliographies, and manuscripts of articles and books on Jewish overseas relief, French Jewish history, Ashkenazic–Sephardic relations, Jewish politics, and other subjects. Also includes some original documents collected by Szajkowski.
Language Yiddish, Russian, French, English.
Inventory Note The most current general and box level inventory is available in the Special Collections Reading Room (Guide to the JTS Archival Collections).
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Jews Charities.
Jews France History.
Sephardim.
Ashkenazim.
International relief.
Occupation Bibliographers.
Historians.
Archive Location Jewish Theological Seminary. Library, 3080 Broadway, New York, NY, 10027.
Record ID# 0246459
Preliminary Box Level  
111-1 Manuscripts and personal research notes. Notes, draft and typescript of an article written for the Herzl institute, but unpublished, entitled "Brandeis and American Jewish Relief," 143 pp.
111-2 Manuscripts and personal research notes. Alsation Yiddish Bibliographical notes —2 folders. Notes from the study of post Napoleonic restoration, and the 100 days — 1 folder. MS from a study of Sephardic Jews.
111-3 Manuscript and personal research notes. Typed MS (300 pgs.) and notes for Jews and American intervention in Northern Russia and Siberia 1918–1920.
111-4 Manuscripts and personal research notes. Manuscript for the book American Jewish Relief and Agricultural Work in Soviet Russia 1917–1939 (unpublished)
111-5 Manuscipts and personal research notes. Typed Manuscript of book, American Jewish Relief in Soviet Russia (continuation from 111-4).
111-6 Manuscripts and personal research notes. MS of Endeavor of American and other Jews in favor of Jews in Poland, 1919–1939.
111-7 Manuscripts and personal research notes. "Archives de la ville Bordeaux" copy of JSS article April 1956 on emigration of Bordeaux Jews. 2 folders notes and mss of a study on the delegation of Bordeaux Jews to national assembly 1788, 1790. MS of "The Alliance and the Helfaverein," pp. 3–105, undated. incomplete in Red case. Jews, wars & Communism: notes for a book. Xeroxes of letters, newspaper articles. "Ford Protocols" — 1 folder.
111-8 Manuscripts and personal research notes. MS: The Impact of the Russian Revolution of 1905 on American Jewish Life. 160 pages, temporarily restricted. "American Jewish overseas relief for German Jewry of 1930's," 154 pages ms. and forst copy with notes. Also "Zionist and anti Zionist Attitudes in American Jewish Relief for German Jewry — 1930's," 67 typed pages. East European Jewish workers in Germany during WWI. Published in Baron Festschrift. MS and typed copy 49 pages.