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Major accessions to repositories in 2009 relating to Jewish History


London Metropolitan Archives: City of London

  • United Synagogue, London: burial registers and marriage registers 1880-1994 (ACC/2712 - Acc B09/095, ACC/2712 - Acc B09/096)

Manchester Archives and Local Studies

  • Amberg Family: translations of corresp 1909-1942 (GB127.MISC/1149)

West Glamorgan Archive Service

  • Swansea Hebrew Congregation: records incl minute books, records of the Swansea Jewish Youth Club, Beth HaMidrash minute book, corresp files, marriage registers, Janet Neilsens papers and photographs 1893-1984


National Library of Scotland, Manuscript Collections

  • Muriel Sarah Spark, author: further papers 1910-2005 (Acc.13071)


History of Advertising Trust Archive

  • Harry Henry, market research pioneer and author: research papers 1960-92 (HAT 21/416)


Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives

  • Redcliffe Nathan Salaman, physiologist and Zionist: further corresp, diaries and poems of RN and Nina Salaman (MS Add. 8171 (additional))

London University: Goldsmiths College

  • Victor Seidler, professor of sociology: papers rel to research interests incl social theory and philosophy, Marxism and the holocaust and participation in social movements in South-East London, Germany and South America c1960-2000 (SEIDLER)

London University: School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)

  • Joseph Leftwich, critic and translator: papers 20th cent (2009/040)

Oxford University: St Antony's College: Middle East Centre Archive

  • Derek Frederick John Kent: transcripts unpublished book rel to Jewish immigration from Europe to Palestine, and other materials rel to Middle East service 1943-46 (0453)

Southampton University Library

  • David Englander, historian: text of his dictionary of biography of Jews in Britain (MS 382)
  • Jewish Youth Fund: administrative records 1937-2004 (MS 384)