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Nahum N. Glatzer Collection

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Identifier: MSS.0169
Abstract

The Nahum Glatzer Collection is a large collection (80 linear feet) containing 7 smaller constituent series/collections related to German-Jewish history and philosophy. The Glatzer Collection is composed of the Franz Rosenzweig Papers; Martin Buber Papers; Leopold Zunz-Samuel Ehrenberg Papers; Nahum N. Glatzer Papers; Schocken Press Collection; Glatzer Pamphlet Collection; and the Glatzer Offprint and Ephemera Collection.

Dates: circa 1800s-1960s

Rabbi Moshe Ottolenghi Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0952
Abstract

This collection contains approximately 175 items from the personal papers of Rabbi Moshe Ottolenghi of Thessaloniki, Greece. This includes correspondence, sermons, eulogies, songs, poems, printed broadsides, and handwritten notebooks (primarily in Ladino, Hebrew, and Italian) that primarily date to the late 19th century.

Dates: 1792 - 1945; Majority of material found within 1885 - 1899

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