e to the Ben Zion Bokser Rabbinical Papers 1920s-1980s

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Abstract/Description: The Ben Zion Bokser Rabbinical Papers, 1920s-1980s, consists largely of writings - articles, books, sermons, and other writings - in both manuscript and final forms. Also included are clippings of reviews of his books, correspondence, printed material, tapes, photographs, and printed materials. Also included are files documenting the conflict that ensued when a low-income housing project was proposed for the Forest Hills community in Queens, New York, and letters to Rabbi Bokser concerning the institution of Saturday Bat Mitzvahs at the Forest Hills Jewish Center.
Subject(s): Forest Hills Jewish Center (Forest Hills, New York, N.Y.)
Jewish Theological Seminary of America Institute for Religious and Social Studies
Jewish Theological Seminary of America
Rabbinical Assembly
Eternal light (Radio program)
Community centers, Jewish -- New York (N.Y.)
Community service
Jewish learning and scholarship
Jewish religious education
Jews--Study and teaching
Judaism -- Chaplains
Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity
Date Issued: 1920