Found in 111 Collections and/or Records:
Abe Winograd is sitting with others on a lawn in Israel. He is sitting at the left in a group of five people. Abraham Winograd was born in Poland in 1885, coming to the United States in 1909, and moving to Greeley, Colorado in 1916. He was a junk dealer, peddler, and founder of Winograd Poultry. He aslo was a founder of Beth Israel Congregation in Greeley.
Several unidentified individuals stand outside a row of rounded metal buildings with windows. Three young women stand in the foreground to the right, a woman holds a baby beside a group of men to the left beside a jeep two large groups of people stand in the background, and two small children stand alone in the background.
Collection is broken into 4 sections: Military Records, 1918-1985; Tide of Toys Scrapbook, 1950-1951; Allied Study Tour to Israel and Europe, 1963; and Miscellaneous Papers and Ephemera, 1942-1986.
Contains speeches by Ambassador Adlai Stevenson and Senator Jacob Javitz, report on the "Major Decisions of the 15th Assembly," notes, and articles.
File contains a speech by former president of the U.N. general assembly about communism, Extracts from the Communist International, a map of Africa, and Notes on the Adolf Eichmann Trial prepared by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Fact sheet and materials related to Russian ballet dancers Valery and Galina Panov. Valery and his wife Galina performed at the Kirov ballet in Leningrad until they applied for exit visas to Israel in 1972. They were expelled from the Kirov, imprisoned briefly, and allowed to leave Russia for Israel in 1974.