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Southampton University Library: 1994 Accessions

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  • Papers of Dr Eugene Heimler, Holocaust survivor, psychotherapist and poet: by far the largest section of the Heimler collection is that relating to his work as a psychotherapist, the Heimler Scale of Social Functioning and research, teaching and publications based upon this scale. There is also a certain amount of private material, together with material relating to his publications, most notably, his poetry, in Hungarian, and his account of the Holocaust Night of the mist (London, 1959), 1905-93 (MS 220)
  • Papers of Sidney Somper, headmaster of Solomon Wolfson School: personal material, including correspondence and photographs as well as invitations to barmitzvahs of many of the boys he had taught and material relating to his career, including correspondence and papers relating to the Solomon Wolfson Jewish School as well as some concerning Sompers teaching of Hebrew for barmitzvah, 1929-91 (MS 228)
  • Papers of the Bnai Brith Selig Brodetsky (Ealing and District) Womens Lodge: minute books, constitutions of the Lodge, notes on the lodge ritual and lists of members, account books and other financial papers, 1961-92 (MS 229)
  • Papers of the North Finchley Zionist Society: correspondence, minutes, papers relating to Russian Jews, financial papers, 1968-91 (MS 235)
  • Papers of the Rt Revd George Appleton, Archbishop of Jerusalem: the archive is mainly composed of material, working papers and correspondence, relating to Appletons work in Burma and Jerusalem and to inter-faith and Jewish dialogue concerns, c.1929-92 (MS 243)
  • Papers of the Jewish Lads and Girls Brigade: photographs, minute books, annual reports and other papers tracing the history of the JLGB, 1895-1991 (MS 244)
  • Papers of Vivian D.Lipman, historian of Anglo-Jewry: correspondence and working papers documenting his work as a historian of Anglo-Jewry and his involvement with academia, together with papers relating to the national heritage and conservation of historic buildings and the America-Holyland project, 1887- 1990 (MS 245)
  • Papers of C.C.Aronsfeld: correspondence, papers collected by Aronsfeld relating to Spanish-Jewish relations, 1847-1992 (MS 246)
  • Journal of the operations of the Spanish First Army in Spain under General Copond y Navia, June 1813 (MS 253)
  • Papers of Manuel Godoy Alvarez de Faria, Principie del Paz, including files of his correspondence with Pedro Cevallos, and other officials in the provinces, about the war with England, 1805 (MS 255)
  • Papers of the Bnai Brith District Grand Lodge and of the Bnai Brith First Lodge of England: agendas. accounts. circulars. minutes. lists, photographs and other papers, 1939-52 (MS 258)
  • Transcripts of correspondence of Sir Moses Montefiore, 1793- 1855 (MS 259)
  • Franklin correspondence: letters from Michael D.E.Franklin to his mother, 1922 (MS 260)
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