Industrial Removal Office records [electronic resource], 1899-1922 1905-1915.

Industrial Removal Office (U.S.) [Browse]


Jewish life in America c1654-1954. [More in this series]
1899-1922 1905-1915.
Summary note
The Industrial Removal Office was created as part of the Jewish Agricultural Society to assimilate immigrants into American society, both economically and culturally. It worked to employ all Jewish immigrants. The collection contains administrative and financial records, immigrants' removal records, and correspondence. A database has been constructed to search for persons placed by the Industrial Removal Office.
  • Mss., typescripts.
  • Title from Institutional Collections page; resource viewed on 5 Sept. 2011.
  • Includes material by or about the following people: Jane Addams, 1860-1935; Cyrus Adler, 1863-1940; Reuben Arkush; Joseph Barondess, 1867-1928; Samson Benderly, b. 1876; Eugene S. Benjamin, b. 1862; Stanely Bero; Nathan Bijur, 1862-1930; Louis Dembitz Brandeis, 1856-1941; David M. Bressler; Abraham Cahan, 1860-1951; Jacob De Haas, 1872-1937; Henry P. Goldstein; Charles L. Hallgarten, 1838-1908; Jeremiah Whipple Jenks, 1856-1929; Alfred Jeretzki, 1861-1925; Max J. Kohler, 1871-1934; Irving Lipsitch; Morris Loeb, 1863-1912; Judah Leon Magnes, 1877-1948; Louis Marshall, 1856-1929; H. Pereira Mendes,1852-1937; Y. (John) Paley, 1871-1907; David de Sola Pool, 1885-1970; Elihu Root, 1845-1880; Leon Sanders; Solomon Schechter, 1847-1915; Jacob H. Schiff, 1847-1920; Philip L. Seman, 1881-1957; Adolphus Solomons; Cyrus L. Sulzberger, 1858-1932; William Sulzer, 1863-1941; Henrietta Szold, 1860-1945; William H. Taft, 1857-1930; Morris D. Waldman, b. 1879; Leo Weil; Stephen Samuel Wise, 1874-1949.
  • Includes material about the following organisations: American Immigration and Distribution League; American Jewish Committee; American Palestine Company; Baron de Hirsch Fund; Central Committee for the Relief of Jewish Sufferers in Russia; Delaware Valley Agricultural College; Federation of American Zionists; Federation of Oriental Jews of America; Galveston Plan; Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS); Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America; International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union; International Workers of the World; Jewish Agricultural and Industrial Aid Society; Jewish Colonization Association; Jewish-Socialist-Territorialist-Labor-Party of America; Journeymen Tailors of America; Montreal Baron de Hirsch Institute and Hebrew Benevolent Society; National Committee for Relief of Sufferers of Russian Massacres; National Council of Jewish Women; National Desertion Bureau, New York; National Liberal Immigration League (New York); North American Civic League for Immigrants; Roumanian Relief Committee; United Cloth Hat and Cap Makers of North America; United Hebrew Charities of the City of New York; Zionist Organization of America.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital. [Chicago, Ill.] : Adam Matthew Education [North American distributor], c2011. (Jewish life in America c1654-1954 : sources from the American Jewish Historical Society, New York)
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American Jewish Historical Society
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