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Emigration and immigration

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

1972 Diploma Tax, 1968-1978

Identifier: B093.01.0002.0008

Miscellaneous materials related to the 1972 diploma tax, a reference to the one-time payment imposed in the Soviet Union on would-be emigrants who received a higher education in the USSR. It was introduced in August 1972. Also called a Ransom tax.

Dates: 1968-1978

Action Committee of Newcomers from the Soviet Union, 1968-1978

Identifier: B093.01.0001.0002

Various background materials on Newcomers from the Soviet Union in Action Committees. The Union of Councils for Soviet Jews created massive lists of Refuseniks and political prisoners in the Soviet Union (Prisoners of Conscience)." The Union and set up action committees in cities across the U.S. and began the "Adopt a Prisoner" program.

Dates: 1968-1978

Biographical Materials, January 23, 2022

Identifier: B152.02

This series contains biographical materials on the Goldfain family.

Dates: January 23, 2022

Box 1, 2022

 File — Box B440.01.0001: Series B440.01 [Barcode: U186023258486]
Identifier: B440.01.0001

Box contains a book written by Marlene Zinn Dalton Connors: "Welcome Moishe: A Story of the Moishe and Ruchel Zinn Family in America."

Dates: 2022

Box 1, 1891-1994

 File — Box B444.01.0001: Series B444.01 [Barcode: U186023300518]
Identifier: B444.01.0001

Box 3: Biographical Materials, January 23, 2022

 File — Box B152.02.0003: Series B152.02 [Barcode: U186023293232]
Identifier: B152.02.0003

This box contains biographical materials on the Goldfain family. There is one folder with a biography of Dr. Ephraim Goldfain, which was produced by the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

Dates: January 23, 2022

Soviet Jewish Immigrants - Israel, U.S., 1968-1978

Identifier: B093.01.0004.0024

Newspaper clippings related to Soviet Jews immigrating to Israel and to the United States.

Dates: 1968-1978

The Immigrant, 2002

Identifier: B230.02.0007.0016

File folder contains flyers and invitations for a "Night at the Theatre". CJS and RMJHS collaborated with Denver Center Theatre Company to organize a performance of the play "The Immigrant" as well as post performance activities and an unveiling of a virtual exhibit entitled "Images of Pioneer Jewish Families".

Dates: 2002

Victor and Margot Nashalsky Stone Papers

Identifier: B444
Abstract Meta Loewenstein was born May 10, 1891, in a small town in Germany. In 1914, she met Paul Katzenstein, but before they could be married World War I began, and Paul was taken into the German army. He served four years in the army and came home severely wounded. Paul and Meta were married in 1919. Their first son was named Otto in honor of Paul’s brother who died in the war. But he was called by his middle name Victor most of his life. When the family immigrated to the United States, their...
Dates: 1890-1960