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  • This collection consists of lectures, speeches, and shiurim delivered by Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm prior to and during his years as President of Yeshiva University.

    Rabbi Lamm received semikhah from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan...

  • Rabbi Majrim (Meir) Hillel Rappaport, the Bialystoker Maggid, (1870?-1963)

    Rabbi Majrim (Meir) Hillel Rappaport, the Bialystoker Maggid, was born in Brisk and received semicha (rabbinic ordination) from Rav Soloveitchik of Brisk.   He moved to Bialystok, where he was the official preacher the...

  • The Cantorial manuscripts, mostly dating from the early 20th century, include music for solo and choral compositions for weekdays, Sabbath and holiday services, weddings and other occasions. The manuscripts are associated with twenty...

  • Yeshiva University’s manuscript collection, housed in the Mendel Gottesman Library’s Alfred Solomon and Evelyn H. Solomon Rare Book Room, includes documents of rabbinic and of historical interest.   Many of the manuscripts are...

  • Synagogue bulletins provide a valuable window into the mission, philosophy and activities of their parent organizations, as well as into the local community in which the synagogues function. They feature minutes of synagogue meetings,...

  • This collection consists of 177 posters from the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ) Records.   Founded in 1964 by Jacob Birnbaum, SSSJ was a pioneer in the movement to oppose the persecution of Jews in the...