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Finding Aid for the Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo and Summer Camps Records, 1915-2009

MS 204

State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives


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Buffalo, NY 14260
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Finding aid prepared by Chana Revell Kotzin.
Finding aid encoded in EAD by Karen Spencer, June 2012.
Finding aid written in English.
Finding aid prepared using local best practices.

The Records of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo and Summer Camps were surveyed in 2009 with funding from the Documentary Heritage Program of the New York State Archives, a program of the State Education Department. The arrangement and description of the collection was made possible, in part, by a second grant from the Documentary Heritage Program of the New York State Archives in 2011/2012.

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Collection Overview

Title: Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo and Summer Camps Records, 1915-2009.
Creator: Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo
Extent: 24.1 linear feet (11 cartons,2 manuscript boxes, 5 photo boxes,2 flat boxes,1 flat oversize box)
Language of Material: Collection material in English.
Repository: State University of New York at Buffalo. University Archives
Abstract: The collection of Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Greater Buffalo and Summer Camps Records contains a wide range of material, dominated by photographs and program-related materials for the JCC, Camp Lakeland and Camp Centerland. Also, contains correspondence, reports, publications, newsletters, and handwritten documents. An additional three other collections are included: annual Jewish community book fair records; Jewish Film Festival and Jewish Repertory Theatre records.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Description and dates], Box/folder number, MS 204, Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo and Summer Camps Records, 1915-2009, University Archives, State University of New York at Buffalo.

See the Special Collections' preferred citations instructions for additional information.

Acquisition Information

Collection was received from the Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo in March 2009. This collection is part of the Jewish Buffalo Archives Project, a collaboration between the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Buffalo and the University Archives in the University Libraries, State University of New York at Buffalo. The Jewish Buffalo Archives Project was founded in late 2007 under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Buffalo with a seed grant from Jewish Philanthropies. The Archives Project collects mainly twentieth century documentation relating to the diverse histories, religious traditions and cultures of Jewish communities within the Greater Buffalo area of Western New York, encompassing the geographic areas of Erie and Niagara Counties and partners with the University Archives at the University at Buffalo to make these records accessible. The collection is housed in the University Archives.

Terms of Access

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo and Summer Camps Records, 1915-2009 are open for research.

Copyright

Copyright of papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns. Researchers must obtain the written permission of the holder(s) of copyright and the University Archives before publishing quotations from materials in th collection. Most papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures unless otherwise specified.

Processing Information

Processed by Chana Revell Kotzin, June 2012.

Accruals and Additions

No further accruals are expected to this collection.


Historical Note

Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo

The Jewish Community Center in Buffalo began as an outgrowth of a movement started in 1891 by the Sisterhood of Zion. A rented dwelling on Walnut Street served as a “place where Jews of all ages could come together for various cultural, recreational and educational pursuits”. A move to Spring Street followed, until in 1896 a new building on Jefferson Avenue was purchased and called “Zion House”. Within a decade the need to expand led to the erection of the Jewish Community Building (JCB), also on Jefferson, where an active program thrived for many years. A small number of the larger photographs - the earliest in the collection - date from the JCB period. The JCB was forced to vacate these premises in 1943 as part of the Willert Park Government Housing Project, and the building became a community building for the Project’s residents. The JCB had a series of temporary quarters in the Talmud Torah building on Hickory Street, followed by a more permanent home in a converted factory on Monroe Street where it relocated in 1944.

Another organization, the Jewish Young Men’s Association used the JCC building as its’ meeting place for several years. In 1924, the JYMA changed its’ name to the Young Men’s Hebrew Association (YMHA). This explains the inclusion of a small number of this organization's materials in the JCC collection. After a period of inactivity and reorganization, the “Y” eventually moved to its own home on Linwood Avenue in 1937. In 1945, their building was demolished by fire on New Year’s Day. This event and the increasingly cramped JCB facilities in the Monroe Building led to the formation of a special committee. In 1945, the Board of Directors of the JCB and the “Y” merged under a single corporation, as the Jewish Center of Buffalo (JCC). In March of 1947, the Jewish Center administrative offices joined the Jewish Federation and the Jewish Community Service Society in the Root Building on W. Chippewa. Still without a dedicated home, the JCC ran extension programs in area temples, public schools and other institutions.

In August 1946, a lot on the corner of Delaware Avenue and Summer Street was purchased by the New Building Committee for future construction. Funding for the building, known as the ‘Delaware Avenue JCC’ came from the proceeds from the sale of the Monroe Street building and $500,000 in pledges by 1,500 families. The remainder of the funds came from a net capital fund grant from the United Jewish Federation of Buffalo during the 1948-1951 campaigns of the local United Jewish Fund. The “Center” in Buffalo opened in 1949. Within less than a decade and as a direct result of the population movement to the suburbs, a site for the construction of a suburban branch of the Jewish Center was purchased on North Bailey in the late 1950s. A comprehensive evaluation, completed in 1965, suggested plans for the next decade. One recommendation was to change the name of the JCC to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo, Inc., to denote the broader service area covering the Niagara Frontier. At this time the North Bailey suburban property was sold, and in its place, fourteen acres on North Forest Road followed. Ground-breaking ceremonies were held in October of 1972 and in 1974 the suburban building opened in Getzville. In the fall of 1983, the Center was the recipient of a gift of $1 million from Nathan Benderson and Family and in May 1984, the suburban building was named the Benderson Family Building in a dedication ceremony. Just five years later, in 1989, the JCC held a mortgage burning ceremony. In May of 1994, Ann Holland Cohn gifted the JCC with $1 million from the estate of her father, Henry Holland, for the upgrade and renovation of the Delaware Avenue JCC building. The Delaware Avenue site, since known as the Holland building, underwent another range of renovation improvements beginning in 2008 and completed in 2010. From 2011, agency relocations from Buffalo into the JCC Getzville building accelerated resulting in a consolidation of several entities under “one roof”. By June 2012, the Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo, the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies had all relocated from downtown Buffalo to the JCC Benderson Building in Getzville.

Camp Centerland and Camp Lakeland

Camp Centerland was founded as a day camp in Elma, NY to provide young children with a Jewish day camp experience that included outdoor activities, sports, field trips, visitors, crafts, and theater and music programs. Photographs illustrate the wide array of activities over time with early photos from the 1950s and 1960s as well as many from the 1980s to the present day.

Centerland began in the period following World War II, when an intermittent program of day camps in local parks such as Beaver Island and other communal facilities including synagogues began. In 1954, Centerland expanded into its own facility, when the Jewish Community Center purchased a 78-acre tract of land in rural Elma, New York. Camp Centerland. It opened the following summer in 1955. The camp has grown and developed dramatically with new facilities added over the years. In the 1960's a second swimming pool was added to accommodate the growing camp population and to provide a better teaching facility for small children. In the 1970's a large dining hall with a full commercial kitchen was added to replace an older complex of facilities attached to the property's main house. In the 1990s and 2000s, extensive renovations and more facilities were added. Children were organized into separate “units” and the extensive photographic collection provides unit pictures of many of these groups over the years.

Camp Lakeland opened as the Jewish Fresh Air Camp in 1910 run under the auspices of the Young Women’s Jewish Benevolent Society. In the earliest days of the camp, the volunteer Society took ten to fifteen children needy children to a “Fresh Air Camp” in Fort Erie on the Canadian lakeshore. A formal Fresh Air Camp was established in Angola, New York in 1914 with the gift of thirteen acres of land by the Eli David Hofeller family. Inspired by social welfare, the philosophy of the Jewish Fresh Air Camp was to “get poor children off the hot city streets and into the country for two weeks.” The Camp was free and was run by volunteer members of the Benevolent Society. Children and their mothers came to camp for fresh air, clean clothes and wholesome meals. By the 1920s, over 140 mothers and babies stayed at the camp in the two weeks running up to Labor Day and about three hundred children attended the camp split over two separate sessions: one for boys and another for girls. Children initially registered at the Jewish Community Building for their place and were given medical exams that determined their length of stay from two weeks to a month dependent of health status. Concentrating less on Jewish practice or Judaism, the Camp sought to instill “sound morals as well as sound bodies” and achieved this through scheduled physical activity, drills and skills development (handicrafts for the girls and scouting for the boys).

In 1937 as part of a community wide effort begun in the 1920s to absorb independent entities into the Jewish Federation, the Jewish Fresh Air Camp became part of the Federation. In 1945, with the help of Jewish Federation, an additional 120 acres were purchased, and the camp at Angola was fully developed. In 1947 the name of the Jewish Fresh Air Camp was changed to Camp Lakeland, and in the early 1950’s it became a co-ed camp. The postwar period brought other changes. Greater emphasis was placed on developing the total child and as economic conditions for Jewish families improved and as the costs of operating camp rose, fees were established. Those who could do so paid a top fee; those who could not were given an adjusted fee upon request. By the mid-1950’s, Lakeland outgrew its Angola home and with the aid of the United Jewish Federation and the National Jewish Welfare Board, research began on a search for a new camp site with a new camp program more in keeping with changing concepts in the field of camping.

In the meanwhile the volunteer Camp Lakeland Association Board of 27 Jewish women and a Volunteer Advisory Board of 37 men that owned and operated the camp continued to set camp policy, provide funds for its scholarship campers, solicit contributions, and donate money for buildings, program supplies and camp equipment. It did this by establishing its “Joy Fund,” later renamed “Gift Fund.” At its acme, the Lakeland Association had over 700 members who paid annual dues.

In 1961, a 733-acre site was located and purchased at Franklinville, Cattaraugus County, New York. Plans for the move from the now urban Angola site to the rural Franklinville began in earnest. In the summer of 1970, Camp Lakeland began its sixtieth season of continuous operation and its first full season on the new site at Franklinville. The camp at Angola was sold to the New York State Department of Mental Hygiene. In 1974, Camp Lakeland became part of the Jewish Center of Greater Buffalo and the total operation of the Camp moved under the auspices of the Jewish Community Center and its Camp Committee. The Camp Lakeland Association remained active despite this merger, continuing as a fundraising arm. Outdoor activities, swimming, drama, arts and crafts, Jewish study and Sabbath services, as well as weekend camping trips, nature lessons and general socializing represented an overview of the many activities and experiences offered at the camp. Changing demographics in the Jewish community in Greater Buffalo, rising costs, and general changes in the way in which children and youth spent the summer months forced the closing of Camp Lakeland in 2009 just short of the Camp’s 100th year. The Camp Lakeland Association continues its fundraising function, however, providing scholarships for Jewish campers from the Buffalo area to stay at the Rochester Jewish Community Camp funded Camp Seneca Lake, outside of Rochester, NY. Most of the materials in the Camp Lakeland series focus on publications and photographs across the years from the early 1930s to the early 2000s.


Scope and Content Note

The collection of Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo records contains a wide range of material, dominated by photographs across all age groups and program-related materials including brochures, programs, and advertising for adults and children. Also present are correspondence, reports, publications, newsletters, and handwritten documents. Some of the photographs in this collection 's three series are featured in the Jewish Buffalo Image Collection .

The Jewish Community Center offers social, cultural, educational, wellness, and recreational programs and services across a diverse age range. Many of the papers of the Jewish Community Center illuminate this mission through newsletters, reports and correspondence. The numerous photographs illustrate pre-school and after school care from the 1940s to the present day, as well as Jewish holidays and youth activities from the 1950s to the 2000s. Health and fitness form the theme of many photographs from the 1920s to the 2000s. Boxing, wrestling and fencing photos and team photos of boys basketball in the mid 1950s are particularly well represented in the record. Arts and cultural activities, in all forms, for all ages are other significant subthemes.

The JCC also organizes community wide programming and events often connected o fundraising events as well as participating in commemorative events such Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) with the Holocaust Resource Center, the Jewish Federation and the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival, originally founded in 1984 as the Jewish Film Festival, is represented with programming and publicity, and the Annual Jewish Community Book Fair, founded in 1966 (which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2006) is also documented through program and publicity literature over the years. Theater is represented in a number of ways. Youth theatre is a strong force in the 1960s to the 1990s and is tracked in photographs. Theatre by adults has a longer history, with materials from the 1950s. Plays are arranged by name and range from Jewish themed to general drama. This theatre material is complemented by a relatively new institution - Jewish Repertory Theatre - originally independent and as of 2011 with theater space in the Getzville JCC. Programs and publicity form the nucleus of this sub-collection.



Container List

I.     Jewish Community Centers (JCC), 1915-2009

Includes (JCC - Delaware Avenue, Buffalo; JCC - Getzville, NY) and Forerunners, the Jewish Community Building (JCB) at 406 Jefferson, Buffalo, and 588 Monroe, Buffalo, New York. Consists of Jewish Community Centers Papers of forerunner and allied organizations and the two Jewish Community Center sites. Includes mainly publications, photographs, media, and scrapbooks.

This series is arranged in ten subseries:

Arranged chronologically within each subseries. Materials requiring oversize materials are housed in oversize box at end of collection.

I.A.     JCC Forerunners and Related Organizations, 1914-1947
Includes mixed materials.
Arranged according to allied organization and then chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
1.1
Administrative and Publications - Bulletin and Ephemera - Young Mens Hebrew Association (YMHA), 1914, 1919-1920, 1941
1.2
Jewish Community Building - Publications - JCC Doings, 1938
1.3
Publications - Bulletin - Jewish Federation for Social Service Association, 1947
1.4
Publications - Jewish Federation for Social Service Association - No Place of Our Own, 1947
I.B.     JCC Delaware Ave - Administrative Records, 1949
Arranged chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
1.5
JCC Opening - Related materials, 1949
1.6
Dedication Related Materials, 1949
I.C.     Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville - Publications, 1949-2004
Includes newsletters and reports.
Arranged chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
1.7-1.15
JCC Delaware Ave - Newsletter - Jewish Center News, 1949-1957
1.16
JCC Delaware Ave - Newsletter - Jewish Center News, 1960
1.17
JCC Delaware Ave - The Challenge Ahead, 1950
1.18
JCC Delaware Ave - Catalogues, 1955-1959
1.19
JCC Delaware Ave - Annual Reviews Dramatic versions, 1950s
1.20-1.21
JCC Delaware Ave - Newsletter - Jewish Center Reporter, 1986-1998
1.22
JCC Delaware Ave - Newsletter - Jewish Center News, 2000-2004
1.23
JCC Delaware Ave - Newsletter - Other Publications, 1998-1999
1.24
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville - Publicity -News Clippings, 1960-1990
1.25
JCC Getzville - Fiftieth Anniversary, 1995
1.26
JCC Getzville - Reports - Strategic Planning Study - Minutes and Notes, 1996-1997
1.27
JCC Getzville - Reports - Strategic Planning Study - Final Report of Each Committee, 1997
1.28
JCC Getzville - Reports - Strategic Planning Survey Results, 1996-1997
1.29
JCC Getzville - Reports - Strategic Planning Process - Final Report, 1998
1.30
JCC Getzville - Reports - Annual Report, 1998-1999
Oversize-box Contents
21
JCC Scrapbooks- JCC Delaware Ave - Early theater scrapbook fragment pages, 1950s-1960s
I.D.     JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville Programming, 1957-1994
Includes Senior Adults, Children and Early Theater.
Arranged alphabetically by topic, then chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
1.31
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults, 1972-1977
1.32
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults, 1976-1981
1.33
JCC Delaware Ave - Children - Kiddies Camp, 1960s-1970s
1.34
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville - Children - Kiddies Camp, 1980s-1990s
1.35
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville - Children - Kiddies Camp, 2000s
1.36
JCC Getzville - Early Childhood and Family, 1985, 1994
1.37
Early Theater - Dramatic Workshop - A Shadow of a Gun, 1957
1.38
Early Theater - Dramatic Workshop - Naked, 1958
1.39
Early Theater - Dramatic Workshop - The World of Shalom Aleichem, 1960
1.40
Early Theater - Dramatic Workshop - Ghosts, 1961
1.41
Early Theater - Dramatic Workshop - Rhinoceros, 1962
1.42
Early Theater - New Arena Theatre - American Dream and Death of Bessie Smith, 1962
1.43
Early Theater - Jewish Center Arena Theatre - The Diary of Anne Frank, 1975
1.44
Early Theater - Jewish Center Arena Theatre - Tevye and His Daughters , 1976
1.45
Early Theater - Jewish Center Arena Theatre - The Tenth Man, 1977
1.46
Early Theater - Jewish Center Arena Theatre - The Sunshine Boys, 1979
1.47
Early Theater - Reader's Theatre - The Price, 1980
1.48
Early Theater - Drama Committee - Grown Ups, 1985
1.49
Early Theater - Reader's Theatre - An Unorthodox Arrangement, 1991
1.50
Early Theater - Other materials including Ephraim Kishon correspondence, 1962, 1980
I.E.     Jewish Community Book Fair, 1969-2010
Files consist of programs and publicity, media and photographs. The Jewish Community Book Fair was founded in 1967. It celebrated 40 years in 2006. In 1999 and 2000 it was combined with the Jewish Film Festival. Since 2006 it has combined with a Cultural Arts Festival. Operates under the auspices of the JCC, with the aid of a volunteer board. See also photographs in Box/Folders 5.101-5.113. Media is in Box 11.
Arranged chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
1.51
Programs - 3rd, 4th, 9th, 11th-15th, 1969-1981
1.52
Programs - 16th-32nd, 1982-1998
1.53
Programs - 33rd to 42nd, 1999-2008
1.54-1.63
Publicity - News Clippings, 2001-2010
Box Item Contents
11 1
40 Years of Book Fair, PowerPoint presentation, 2006
1 compact disk
I.F.     Jewish Film Festival, 1984-2008
Files consist of programs and publicity, media and photographs. The Annual Jewish Film Festival also known as International Jewish Film Festival from 2003 and, from 2008, the Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival. There was no Jewish Film Festival held in 1986. Programs from the 11th, 21 and 22nd Annual Jewish Film Festival are missing from the collection. The Buffalo Jewish Film festival is the second oldest Jewish Film Festival in the United States.(The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival was founded in 1980.) It was founded in 1984 and operates with the aid of a volunteer board. From 2012 films are screened at the Maxine and Robert Seller Theatre in the Getzville JCC. Prior to 2012 films were shown locally at commercial movie theatres. The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival was founded in 1980. See also photographs in Box/Folders 5.97-5.100. Media is in Box 11.
Arranged chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
1.64
Programs - 1st to 15th, 1984-1999
1.65
Programs - 16th-23rd, 2000-2008
1.66-1.74
Newspaper Clippings, 2000-2010
Box Item Contents
11 2
Jewish Film Festival, Bonnie Clement, circa 2000
1 Betacam
I.G.     Jewish Repertory Theatre, 2003-2009
Originally an independent organization, then a special allied program of the JCC, the Jewish Repertory Theatre is now part of the JCC complex. Files consist of Programs and Publicity.
Arranged chronologically.
Box-folder Contents
2.1
Launch of Theatre, includes clippings and invites, 2003
2.2
Season 1 - The Chosen, 2003
2.3
Season 1 - Visiting Mr. Green, 2004
2.4
Season 2 - The Price, 2004
2.5
Season 2 - Crossing Delancy, 2005
2.6
Season 3 - Good, 2006
2.7
Season 4 - Sisters Rosensweig, 2006
2.8
Season 4 - Brooklyn Boys, 2007
2.9
Season 4 - Old Wicked Sons, 2007
2.10
Season 5 - Kindertransport, 2007
2.11
Season 5 - Golda's Balcony, 2008
2.12
Season 6 - Awake and Sing, 2008
2.13
Season 6 - Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh, 2009
2.14
Season 7 - Rose, 2009
I.H.     JCC Photographs and Slides, 1910-2009
Photographs include a visual record of all the events, activities, departmental areas (Early Childhood, Children, Teen-Youth, Adult, Senior) as well as breadth of programming within sporting activities.
All entries are photographs, except numbered 7.2 which are batches of slides in a smaller box in Box 7.
Arrangement is by size (8x10 inches, bulk, boards and 5x7 inches), black and white, color, JCC site, department or activity and chronologically. Box 7 contains smaller boxes numbered 7.1, 7.2, etc., each of which contain separately batched materials as described.
Box-folder Contents
2.15
Contact Sheets - Various Subjects - Original order maintained, undated
2.16
Contact Sheets - Various Subjects - Original order maintained, undated
2.17
Contact Sheets - Various Subjects - Original order maintained, undated
2.19
Contact Sheets - Various Subjects - Original order maintained, undated
2.20
Contact Sheets - Various Subjects - Original order maintained, undated
2.21
Contact Sheets - Various Subjects - Original order maintained, undated
3.1
Jewish Community Building - Children and Youth Sports and Leisure Activities by Hauser Bob, 1920s
5 photographs
3.2
Early Childhood-Inside building by Frederic Marschall, 1940s
13 photographs
3.3
Early Childhood- Outside building by Frederic Marschall, 1940s
17 photographs
3.4
Children - Various Activities by Frederic Marschall, 1940s
15 photographs
3.5
Children - Class trips to local attractions - Niagara Falls, Airport and others by Frederic Marschall, 1940s
18 photographs
3.6
Children - Observing Jewish Holidays (Purim and Chanukah) by Frederic Marschall, 1940s
8 photographs
3.7
Children with Disabilities, 1940s
2 photographs
3.8
Children's and Teen Youth Theater by Frederic Marschall, 1940s
8 photographs
3.9
Children at Temple Emanuel - used as JCB Extension location by Frederic Marschall, 1948
8 photographs
3.10
Teen Youth at 588 Monroe by Frederic Marschall, Late 1940s
6 photographs
3.11
Early Childhood- First Nurseryland Class, 1950
1 photograph
3.12
Children - Various Activities including awards by Frederic Marschall and Sherwin Greenberg, 1950s
4 photographs
3.13
Teen Youth. Various Social Activities. photographs by Frederic Marschall, 1950s
4 photographs
3.14
Children and Teens - Basketball with team photographs from 1957 and cheerleaders by Frederic Marschall and Sherwin Greenberg, 1957
18 photographs and 4 photographs
3.15
Early Childhood - Various Activities. Include pool, playground, other, 1960s
23 photographs
3.16
JCC Delaware Avenue - Children - Sporting - Pool only, 1960s
9 photographs
3.17
JCC Delaware Avenue - Children - Sporting - Various, 1960s
13 photographs
3.18
JCC Delaware Avenue - Children - Arts, Crafts, Games, 1960s
10 photographs
3.19
JCC Delaware Avenue - Teens - Socializing, 1960s
18 photographs
3.20
JCC Delaware Avenue - Teens - Recreational Activities including pool, dance by Frederic Marschall and Sherwin Greenberg, 1960s
15 photographs
3.21
JCC Delaware Avenue - Teens - Meetings, 1960s
10 photographs
3.22
JCC Delaware Avenue - Early Childhood - photographs by Sherwin Greenberg and John Healey, 1970s
11 photographs
3.23
JCC Delaware Avenue - Early Childhood, 1970s
15 photographs
3.24
JCC Delaware Avenue - Children - Sporting - Golf, football, archery, pool, gymnastics, football, 1970s
10 photographs
3.25
JCC Delaware Avenue - Children - Non sporting activities crafts, social, play by Sherwin Greenberg and William Jungels, 1970s
3.26
JCC Delaware Avenue - Teen Youth - Socializing, 1970s
14 photographs
3.27
JCC Delaware Avenue - Children - Group trips and meetings, BBYO by Federic Marschall, 1970s
10 photographs
3.28
JCC Delaware Avenue - Early Childhood - Various activities by John Healey, C. Strock and Mickey Osterreicher, 1980s
13 photographs
3.29
JCC Getzville- Children - Various activities by Gail M. McGee, 1980s
13 photographs
3.30
JCC Getzville - Teen Youth - Social Activities, 1980s
12 photographs
3.31
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville - Teen Youth - Theater Production, some by William Jungels, 1960s-1980s
20 photographs
3.32
JCC Delaware Avenue - Early Childhood - Indoor Playground by Collignon/Jarosz, 1993
1 photograph
3.33
JCC Getzville - Children and Teens - Various Activities with BJE, 1990s-2000s
3.34
JCC Getzville - Teen Youth - Maacabi Team photographs, 1990s-2000s
5 photographs
3.35
JCC Forerunner - Monroe Building - Sports - Teen - Boxing, 1940s
1 photograph
3.36
JCC Delaware Ave - Sports - Adults - Various, 1950s
3 photographs
3.37
JCC Delaware Ave - Sports - Adults - Fencing, 1950s-1960s
8 photographs
3.38
JCC Delaware Ave - Sports - Youth Teen - Wrestling by Federic Marschall, 1950s-1960s
13 photographs
3. 39
JCC Delaware Ave- Sports - Youth Teen - Wrestling by Federic Marschall, 1950s-1960s
13 photographs
3.40
JCC Delaware Ave- Sports - Youth Teen - Basketball Team photographs, 1950s-1960s
9 photographs
3.41
JCC Delaware Ave - Sports - Youth Teen - Basketball Team Practice, 1950s-1960s
13 photographs
3.42
JCC Delaware Ave- Sports - Staff photographs, 1950s-1960s
5 photographs
3.43
JCC Delaware Ave - Sports - Adults - Swimming by Sherwin Greenberg, William Jungels, Frederic Marschall and Robert Muffoletto, 1960s
16 photographs
3.44
JCC Delaware Ave - Sports - Adults - Buffalo Tennis Center - Tennis, 1960s
6 photographs
3.45
JCC Delaware Ave - Sports - Adults - Dance by King, 1960s
7 photographs
3.46
JCC Delaware Ave - Sports - Adults - Squash by Frederic Marschall, 1960s
5 photographs
3.47
JCC Getzville - Sports - Adults - Squash by Frederic Marschall, 1970s
7 photographs
3.48
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville - Sports - Adults - Equipment - Health Monitoring, 1970s-1980s
7 photographs
3.49
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville - Sports - Adults - Fitness, 1970s-1980s
9 photographs
3.50
JCC Delaware Ave and Getzville- Sports - Adults - Equipment - Health Weights by Francis Specker and Mickey Osterreicher, 1970s-1980s
12 photographs
3.51
JCC Delaware Ave - Sports - Adults - Volley Ball, 1960s-1970s
8 photographs
3.52
JCC Getzville - Sports - Adults - Volley Ball by Mickey Osterreicher, 1970s-1980s
8 photographs
3.53
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults -various recreational, 1940s
2 photographs
3.54
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults -Various, includes Golden Age Camp, by Sherwin Greenberg and Frederic Marschall, 1950s
3.55
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults - Recreational -photographs by C. Strock-, 1960s
10 photographs
3.56
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults -Various includes Folk Dance Group, 1960s
10 photographs
3.57
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults - Bowling by Frederic Marschall, 1960s
6 photographs
3.58
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults - Pottery and Ceramics, 1960s
10 photographs
3.59
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults -Painting Classes, 1960s
3.60
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults -Other Crafts, 1960s
3.61
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults - Various, 1970s
3.62
JCC Delaware Ave - Senior Adults - photographs from Magnetic Scrapbook, 1950s-1960s
14 photographs
3.63
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - Theatre - Adult - Various Plays, includes Irv Weinstein, 1920s-1960s
7 photographs
3.64
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - Theatre - Adult, Minnie's Boys and Strictly Kosher, includes Arlene Bunis, 1970s-1980s
4 photographs
3.65
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - Theatre - Adult, Unfair to Goliath, 1970s
5 photographs
3.66
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - Dance, 1970s-1980s
3 photographs
3.67
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - Art Exhibitions, 1960s-1970s
14 photographs
3.68
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - Art Demonstration, 1960s
6 photographs
3.69
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - Music including Alan Siegel, photographs by Federic Marschall and Jim Tuttle, 1950s-1960s
5 photographs
3.70
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - Dances - Various photographs by Frederic Marschall, 1950s-1960s
4 photographs
3.71
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - meetings - Various photographs by Frederic Marschall, 1940s-1980s
14 photographs
3.72
JCC Delaware Ave - Activities - Various photographs by Frederic Marschall and Drisch Photographer, 1950s-1970s
2 photographs
3.73
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Includes Leadership in Wartime Institute, 1944
1 photographs
3.74
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - ground breaking - Various rooms in building, 1947
2 photographs
3.75
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - completing the JCC building, various photographs by Frederic Marschall, 1948
3 photographs
3.76
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - ground breaking - Various rooms in building by Sherwin Greenberg and Frederic Marschall, 1950
13 photographs
3.77
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Lobby and photographs by Frederic Marschall and Sherwin Greenberg, 1950
9 photographs
3.78
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Judaica Exhibition photographs by Frederic Marschall, 1950s
2 photographs
3.79
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Includes membership Drive, 1950s
5 photographs
3.80
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Award Ceremonies, by Frederic Marschall, 1950s
4 photographs
3.81
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Sports Night by Frederic Marschall, 1953, 1957
6 photographs
3.82
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Conference on Teaching the arts, 1950s
3 photographs
3.83
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - B'nai Brith, 1950s
2 photographs
3.84
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Israel Independence by Frederic Marschall, 1957
4 photographs
3.85
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - JCC Exhibit at Buffalo World Port Celebration, 1957
1 photographs
3.86
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Unveiling the Mural in the Youth Lounge, December 9, 1957
2 photographs
3.87
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Planning the new suburban building - JCC Getzville, 1964-1969
3 photographs
3.88
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Unidentified event, 1960s
1 photographs
3.89
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - visiting entertainers/singers, 1960s
5 photographs
3.90
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Ground Breaking of JCC Getzville, October 15, 1972
11 photographs
3.91
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - 12 mile run from JCC Delaware to the Suburban Getzville JCC, October 15, 1972
8 photographs
3.92
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Construction of Suburban Building, 1973
2 photographs
3.93
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Dedication of JCC with Harry Breverman Exhibit, 1973
1 photographs
3.94
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Affixing Mezuzah on JCC Getzville, 1975
1 photographs
3.95
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Israel Expo 1976 - 28 years of Independence, 1976
1 photographs
3.96
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Book Fairs, 1970s
3 photographs
3.97
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville- Events - Yom Hatzma'ut, Soviet Seder, ProAm Golf, Vacation Bonanza, 1970s-1980s
10 photographs
3.98
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville - Events - Dedication of Gross Family Gym and Micki and Lester Family Lounge, 1970s-1980s
15 photographs
3.99
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Yom HaShoah, 1980s
12 photographs
3.100
JCC Delaware Ave - Events - Pool Ground breaking, 1991
photographs
3.101
JCC Delaware Ave - Leaders and Staff - Includes Morris Markel and Gordon Gross, 1950s-1960s
9 photographs
3.102
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville- Leaders and Staff - Headshots, 1970s-1980s
17 photographs
3.103
JCC Delaware Ave and JCC Getzville - Leaders and Staff - Headshots, 1980s-1990s
10 photographs
3.104
JCC Delaware Ave - Leaders, Staff and members- in group, by Frederic Marschall and Bob Buktay, 1950s-1990s
11 photographs
4.1
JCC Forerunners - Children, 1920s
1 photograph
4.2
JCC Forerunners-Workshop, 1930s
3 photographs
4.3
JCC Forerunners-Teen Youth, 1930s-1940s
10 photographs
4.4
Photographs-JCC Forerunners-Children, 1940s
4 photographs
4.5
Photographs-JCC Delaware Avenue-Sports-Teen and Children, 1950s
4 photographs
4.6
JCC Delaware Avenue- Teen Socializing, 1950s
6 photographs
4.7
JCC Delaware Avenue-Young Adult, 1950s
12 photographs
4.8
JCC Delaware Avenue-Youth, 1950s
4.9
JCC Delaware Avenue-Youth-Teen, 1970s
6 photographs
4.10
JCC Delaware Avenue-Young Adult, 1970s
9 photographs
4.11
JCC Unknown-Youth Skiing, 1980s
4 photographs
4.12
JCC Delaware Avenue-Children, 1940s-1970s
19 photographs
4.13
JCC Delaware Avenue-Children, 1950s
8 photographs
4.14
JCC Delaware Avenue-Children, 1950s
5 photographs
4.15
JCC Delaware Avenue-Sports-Children, 1950s-1983
30 photographs
4.16
JCC Delaware Avenue- Childhood, 1970s
4.17
JCC Delaware Avenue- Children, 2000s
6 photographs
4.18
JCC Delaware Avenue-Children, 1990s
4.19
JCC Delaware Avenue-Earl Childhood, 1970s
16 photographs
4.20
JCC Delaware Avenue-Early Childhood, 1970s
4.21
JCC Delaware Avenue-Early Childhood, 1980s
4.22
JCC Delaware Avenue-Early Childhood, 1970s-1980s
4.23
JCC Delaware Avenue-Early Childhood, 1980s
10 photographs
4.24
JCC Delaware Avenue-Early Childhood, 1980
4.25
JCC Delaware Avenue-Earl Childhood, 1980s
11 photographs
4.26
JCC Delaware Avenue-Early Childhood, 1987
9 photographs
4.27
JCC Delaware Avenue-Early Children, 2001
3 photographs
4.28
JCC Delaware Avenue-Theatre-Adult, 1960s
3 photographs
4.29
JCC Delaware Avenue-Swimming Pool, 1960s
5 photographs
4.30
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1940s-1950s
4.31
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Citizen Club, 1950s
4.32
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1950s-1970s
7 photographs
4.33
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1960s
12 photographs
4.34
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adult, 1972-1990s
18 photographs
4.35
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1976
16 photographs
4.36
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1980s
4.37
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1982
16 photographs
4.38
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1984
4.39
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1985
4.40
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1990s
7 photographs
4.41
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1990s
4.42
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1990s
4.43
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 2000s
4.44
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 2000s
4.45
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 2002
4.46
JCC Delaware Avenue-Event Construction, 1940s
8 photographs
4.47
JCC Delaware Avenue-Events, 1955
7 photographs
4.48
JCC Delaware Avenue-Holocaust Event, 1950s
28 photographs
4.49
JCC Delaware Avenue-Events, 1950s-1970s
19 photographs
4.50
JCC Delaware Avenue and JCC Getzville-Event-Yom Hashoah, 1950s-1980s
3 photographs, 1 slide
4.51
JCC Delaware Avenue-Events Awards, 1950s-1967
8 photographs
4.52
JCC Delaware Avenue-Event-Israel Program, 1970s
9 photographs
4.53
JCC Delaware Avenue-Event -Holiday, 1970-1971
17 photographs
4.54
JCC Delaware Avenue-Events, December 19, 1971
4 photographs
4.55
JCC Delaware Avenue-Event, December 19, 1971
1 photograph
4.56
JCC Delaware Avenue-Events-Family Day, 1980s
2 photographs
4.57
JCC Delaware Avenue-Event, 1989
16 photographs
4.58
JCC Delaware Avenue-Event, 1989
18 photographs
4.59
JCC Delaware Avenue-Events, March 18, 1990
6 photographs
4.60
JCC Delaware Avenue and JCC Getzville-Leadership, 1940s-1975
22 photographs
4.61
JCC Delaware Avenue and JCC Getzville-Staff, 1950s-1980s
21 photographs
4.62
JCC Delaware Avenue-Various, 1920s-1962
7 photographs
4.63
JCC Delaware Avenue-Activities-Art, 1950s
2 photographs
4.64
JCC Delaware Avenue-Activities, 1950s-1960s
5 photographs
4.65
JCC Delaware Avenue-Dinning Congregational Program, 1950s-1960s
3 photographs
4.66
JCC Delaware Avenue-Sports-Adults, 1960s
14 photographs
4.67
JCC Delaware Avenue-Fitness, 1990s
6 photographs
4.68
JCC Getzville-Groundbreaking, 1972
3 photographs
4.69
JCC Getzville-Fitness, 1990s
7 photographs
4.70
JCC Getzville-Construction, 1991
25 photographs
4.71
JCC Getzville-Staff-Trip to Israel Number 1, October 1994
37 photographs
4.72
JCC Getzville-Staff-Trip to Israel Number 2, October 14, 1994
34 photographs
4.73
JCC Getzville-Staff, 1990s
10 photographs
4.74
JCC Getzville-Construction Number 5, 1997
23 photographs
4.75
JCC Getzville-Construction Number 4, 1997
30 photographs
4.76
JCC Getzville-Construction Number 3, 1997
30 photographs
4.77
JCC Getzville-Construction Number 2, 1997
34 photographs
4.78
JCC Getzville-Construction Number 1, 1997
34 photographs
4.79
JCC Getzville-Building, 1990s
6 photographs
4.80
JCC Getzville-Pool-Outside, 1990s-2000s
24 photographs
4.81
JCC Getzville-Inside Views, 2000s
7 photographs
4.82
JCC Getzville-Pool-Inside, 2000s
6 photographs
4.83
JCC Getzville-Building, 2000
2 photographs
4.84
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1990s-2000s
26 photographs
4.85
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1980s
19 photographs
4.86
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1980s
12 photographs
4.87
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1985
4.88
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1983-1984
4.89
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 2000s
4.90
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1990s-2000s
4.91
JCC Getzville-Children, 1980s
11 photographs
4.92
JCC Getzville-Children, 1980s
17 photographs
4.93
JCC Getzville-Children Number 2, 1980s
16 photographs
4.94
JCC Getzville-Children, December 17, 1970
7 photographs
4.95
JCC Getzville-Children, 1980s-2000s
10 photographs
4.96
JCC Getzville-Children, 1980s
26 photographs
4.97
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, June 1985
28 photographs
4.98
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children Number 2, 1989
11 photographs
4.99
JCC Getzville-Event, 1975
16 photographs
4.100
JCC Getzville-Elevator-New, 1983
4.101
JCC Getzville-Event, May 1988
23 photographs
4.102
JCC Getzville-Events-Festivals, 1990s
20 photographs
4.103
JCC Getzville-Events, 1990s
10 photographs
4.104
JCC Getzville-Events, January 1990-March 1990
19 photographs
4.105
JCC Getzville-Event Number 1, 1990s
4.106
JCC Getzville-Events, 1990s
19 photographs
4.107
JCC Getzville Event Number 2, 1990s
4.108
JCC Getzville-Gala Art Auction, 1994
4.109
JCC Getzville-Events, May 9, 1995
12 photographs
4.110
JCC Getzville-Events, May 1996
8 photographs
4.111
JCC Getzville-Events Number 2, May 27, 1999
25 photographs
4.112
JCC Getzville-Event Number 1, May 27, 1999
15 photographs
4.113
JCC Getzville-Events, 2000s
19 photographs
4.114
JCC Getzville-Events, 1980s
2 photographs
4.115
JCC Getzville-Ultimate Fantasy Raffle Number 2, 2001
4.116
JCC Getzville-Events, September 14, 2003
24 photographs
4.117
JCC Getzville-Events, May 27, 2004
17 photographs
4.118
JCC Getzville- Number 2, 1997
17 photographs
4.119
JCC Getzville-Events Number 1, 1997
25 photographs
4.120
JCC Getzville-Ultimate Fantasy Raffle Number 1, 2001
5.1
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, December 1979
5.2
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1980
5 photographs
5.3
Westwood Country Club-Senior Adults, 1980s
5.4
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1980s
6 photographs
5.5
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1980s
25 photographs
5.6
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1980s
36 photographs
5.7
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1980
5.8
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1982
5.9
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1982
5.10
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, July 31, 1982
5.11
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1982
8 photographs
5.12
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, October 13, 1982
10 photographs
5.13
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1982
5 photographs
5.14
JCC Trip to Ellicott Creek Park, NY-Senior Adults, July 19, 1983
5.15
JCC Fieldtrip-Senior Adults, 1983
5.16
JCC Fieldtrip-Senior Adults, 1984
5.17
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults Number 2, July 1983
17 photographs
5.18
JCC Getzville Number 1, July 1983
19 photographs
5.19
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1982-1983
9 photographs
5.20
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1983
9 photographs
5.21
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, June 1984
26 photographs
5.22
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, June 11, 1985
5.23
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, July 30, 1985
5.24
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, July 29, 1986
5.25
JCC Trip to Letchworth State Park-Senior Adults, 1982-1990s
12 photographs
5.26
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1980s-2000s
23 photographs
5.27
JCC Excursion-Senior Adults, 1990s
10 photographs
5.28
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 1996
5.29
JCC Trip to Morris Dam, NY-Senior Adults, 1990s
5.30
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 2000s
5.31
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, 2000s
5.32
JCC Getzville-Senior Adults, undated
5.33
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, 1990s
4 photographs
5.34
JCC Getzville-Theater-Children Number 1, 1989
28 photographs
5.35
JCC Getzville-Theater-Children, 2000s
5 photographs
5.36
JCC Getzville-Theater-Children, 1990s
5.37
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, 1990s
21 photographs
5.38
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, 1990s
13 photographs
5.39
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, 1997
16 photographs
5.40
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, 1998
5 photographs
5.41
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, 2000s
9 photographs
5.42
JCC Getzville-Youth-Theatre, 1976
27 photographs
5.43
JCC Getzville-Youth, 1976
15 photographs
5.44
JCC Getzville-Youth, 1977-1987
6 photographs
5.45
JCC Getzville-Youth-Trip to Israel Number 1, 1989
19 photographs
5.46
JCC Getzville-Youth-Trip to Israel Number 2, 1989
14 photographs
5.47
JCC Getzville-Youth-Trip to Israel Number 3, 1989
16 photographs
5.48
JCC Getzville-Youth-Trip to Israel Number 4, 1989
18 photographs
5.49
JCC Getzville-Youth-Trip to Israel Number 5, 1989
19 photographs
5.50
JCC Getzville-Youth-Trip to Israel Number 6, 1989
18 photographs
5.51
JCC Getzville-Youth-Trip to Israel Number 7, 1989
17 photographs
5.52
JCC Getzville-Youth-Trip to Israel Number 8, 1989
33 photographs
5.53
JCC Getzville-Youth-Trip to Israel, 1977
11 photographs
5.54
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adult, 1980s
5 photographs
5.55
JCC Unknown Excursion-Senior Adults, 1980s
5.56
JCC Getzville-Youth, 1995
11 photographs
5.57
JCC Various, not stated-Youth, 1999
5.58
JCC Various-Youth, 1999
5.59
JCC Various-Youth, 1999
5.60
JCC Getzville-Youth, 2000s
2 photographs
5.61
JCC Various, not stated-Youth, 1999
5.62
JCC Various Sites-Youth, 1997
5.63
JCC Various Sites-Youth, 1997
5.64
JCC Various, not stated-Youth, 1999
5.65
JCC Not known-Youth, 2001
5.66
JCC Unknown-Youth, 2001
5.67
JCC Unknown-Youth, 2001
5.68
JCC Getzville-Activities, July 8, 1989
15 photographs
5.69
JCC Getzville-Sports-Activities, 1976-1978
7 photographs
5.70
JCC Getzville-Sports, 1985
2 photographs
5.71
JCC Getzville-Sports, 1976-1997
12 photographs
5.72
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1987-1990s
6 photographs
5.73
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1976
13 photographs
5.74
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1970s
13 photographs
5.75
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, 1970s
9 photographs
5.76
JCC Getzville-Children, 1980s-2000s
16 photographs
5.77
JCC Rosa Coplon-Westwood Country Club-Events, 1955-1977
5 photographs
5.78
JCC Getzville-Early Childhood, February 13, 2003
9 photographs
5.79
JCC Getzville-Youth-Teen, 1992
9 photographs
5.80
JCC Getzville-Youth, 1990s
3 photographs
5.81
JCC Getzville-Children, February 16, 2003
9 photographs
5.82
JCC Getzville-Children, January 16, 1995
5 photographs
5.83
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, 1994
20 photographs
5.84
JCC Getzville-Children, 1990s
4 photographs
5.85
JCC-Youth- Trip to Washington, DC, 1990
5 photographs
5.86
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, 1990s
11 photographs
5.87
JCC Getzville-Theater-Children, 1990s
17 photographs
5.88
JCC Getzville-Theater-Children, 1998
8 photographs
5.89
JCC Getzville-Adult, 1980s
7 photographs
5.90
JCC Getzville-Theatre-Children, March 12, 1997
11 photographs
5.91
JCC Getzville-Youth, 1990s
10 photographs
5.92
JCC Getzville-Theater-Children, 1992
15 photographs
5.93
JCC Getzville-Children, January 21, 1995
5 photographs
5.94
JCC Getzville-Theater-Adult, May 1996
2 photographs
5.95
JCC Getzville-Youth-Teen, January 16, 1995
9 photographs
5.96
JCC Getzville-Staff, 1996
16 photographs
5.97
JCC Getzville-Jewish Film Festival, 2003
5.98
JCC Getzville-Jewish Film Festival, 2000
5.99
JCC Getzville-Jewish Film Festival, 2000s
5.100
JCC Getzville-Jewish Film Festival, 2000s
5.101
JCC Getzville-Jewish Book Fair, 2005
5.102-5.107
JCC Getzville-Jewish Book Week-40th Anniversary, 2006
5.108-5.109
JCC Getzville-Jewish Book Week, 2007
5.110-5.112
JCC Getzville-Jewish Book Week, 2000s
5.113
JCC Getzville-Jewish Book Week, undated
Box Contents
6
Jews of Vienna Exhibit photo board reproductions of photographs for exhibit held in 1990, circa 1910s to 1940s
25
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Previous Jewish Community Buildings, 1930s-1940s
2 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Forerunner Jewish Community Building-Children Programs, 1940s
48 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Youth Sports and Activities, 1940s-1950s
7 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Purim, 1940s-1950s
10 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Staff-Individual Portraits, 1940s-200s
53 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Senior Adults, 1950s-1980s
6 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Youth Theatre, 1960s-1970s
32 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Adult-Events, 1950s-1980s
11 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Adult-Fitness and Pool, 1970s-1980s
5 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Staff, 1970s-1980s
3 photographs
7.1
JCC Delaware Avenue-Children, 1970s-1980s
7 photographs
7.1
JCC Getzville-Children's Activities, 1970s-1990
39 photographs
7.1
JCC Getzville-Events and Activities, 1970s-2000s
67 photographs
7.1
JCC Getzville-Fitness and Pool, 1970s-1990s
16 photographs
7.1
JCC Getzville-Youth Trips to Israel and Washington, DC, 1972-1990s
4 photographs
7.1
JCC Getzville-Youth Activities, 1970s-1980s
14 photographs
7.1
JCC Getzville-Youth Theater, 1990s
2 photographs
7.1
JCC Getzville, 1970s-2000s
9 photographs
7.1
Jewish Fresh Air Camp/Camp Lakeland- At Angola, 1930s-1952
5 photographs
7.1
JCC Jewish Fresh Air Camp/Camp Lakeland- Activities, Facilities, Staff, Ground Breaking, 1970s-2000s
86 photographs
7.1
JCC Jewish Fresh Air Camp/Camp Lakeland-Camp Lakeland Units and Activities, 1970s-2000s
21 photographs
7.2
JCC Delaware Avenue, Israel Expo Event, 1976
9 slides
7.2
JCC Early Childhood, 1986
7 slides
7.2
JCC Family Day, 1987
11 slides
7.2
JCC Early Childhood, 1987
7 slides
7.2
JCC May event, 1988
42 slides
7.2
JCC Early Childhood, 1989
17 slides
7.2
JCC Country Fair, 1989
33 slides
7.2
JCC Derby Day, December 25, 1989
23 slides
7.2
Various events, undated
34 slides
I.I.     JCC Scrapbooks, 1968-2010
Materials range across departments and in include: sporting, early theater, buildings, a groundbreaking event, and an Assistant Executive Director's record of work over 30 years.
Arranged chronologically.
Box Contents
8
JCC Delaware Avenue, Older Adult Department Scrapbook (exceedingly fragile), 1968
9
JCC Assistant Executive Director - Patty Simonson - Portfolio Scrapbook Binders, Vols 1 and 2, 1979-2005
10
JCC Assistant Executive Director - Patty Simonson - Portfolio Scrapbook Binders, Vol 3, 2006-2010
10
JCC Getzville - William L., and Shirley J. Grossman Outdoor Pool Complex, 1991
10
JCC Getzville - Maccabi Games, 1995-1997
Oversize-box Contents
21
JCC Delaware Ave - Early theater scrapbook fragment pages, 1950s1960s
I.J.     JCC Media, 1948-2003
Includes film and other formats of the groundbreaking of the Delaware Avenue Jewish center in 1948 and early childhood classes, nursery, and children's activities through 2003.
Arranged by item number.
Box Item Contents
11 1
40 Years of Book Fair, PowerPoint presentation, 2006
1 compact disk
11 2
Jewish Film Festival-Bonnie Clement, circa 2000
1 Betacam videocassette
11 3
Early Childhood-Ganon (Kindergarten) A.M., undated
2 VHS videocassettes
11 4
Early Childhood-Ganon (Kindergarten) P.M. Passover, undated
1 VHS videocassette
11 5
JCC-EDN (Nursery) Graduation, 1998
1 VHS videocassette
11 6
JCC-Unlabeled, undated
1 film reel (8 mm.)
11 7
Irv Weinstein The Wall, Abraham Joshua Heschel; Irv Weinstein The Land, Abraham Joshua Heschel; Kadimah 4th graders-Shavuot Songs, undated
One 7 ½ inch reel audiotape
11 8a-8b
JCC-Nursery Land, 1952-1953
2 film reels
11 9
Ground Breaking Ceremonies, April 4, 1948
1 film reel (8 mm.)
11 10
Dancing Kids Art, November 24, 2003
1 compact disc
11 11
Annual Meeting, May 31, 2001
1 compact disc
11 12
JCC-Nursery School Number 1, 1954-1955
1 film reel (8 mm.)
11 13
JCC-Nursery School Number 2, 1954-1955
1 film reel (8 mm.)
11 14
JCC-Nursery School Number 3, 1954-1955
1 film reel (8 mm.)
II.     Jewish Fresh Air Camp (JFAC), Camp Lakeland Association (CLA), and JCC Camp Lakeland, 1909-2009

Jewish Fresh Air Camp began in 1909/1910 and was later renamed Camp Lakeland. Both camps were based in Angola, NY. Jewish Fresh Air Camp became Camp Lakeland in 1947. It was run by volunteer staff initially and then by staff hired by the Camp Lakeland Association. Once Camp Lakeland was absorbed into the JCC in the 1970s after the camp moved to its second site in Franklinville, New York, it was run and staffed by the JCC. The Camp Lakeland Association, however, continued to function as a fundraising body, with board and Presidents as before. Included are administrative records and publications, photographs, and artifacts from these entities.

This series is arranged in three subseries:

II.A.     Jewish Fresh Air Camp (JFAC), 1909-1944
This series is arranged in two subseries:
Box 12 contains two smaller boxes, 12.1 and 12.3, and loose envelopes individually numbered.
Box Item Contents
12 3
Annual Publication, 1 copy, damaged, 1909
12 4
Annual Publication, 1 copy, damaged, 1910
12 5
Annual Publication, 1 copy, 1911
12 6
Annual Publication, 2 copies, damaged, 1912
12 7
Annual Publication, 2 copies, damaged, 1913
12 8
Annual Publication, 2 copies, damaged, 1914
12 9
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1915-1916
12 10
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1916-1917
12 11
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1917-1918
12 12
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1918-1919
12 13
Annual Publication, 1 copy, damaged, 1919-1920
12 14
Annual Publication, 1 copy, 1920-1921
12 15
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1921-1922
12 16
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1922-1923
12 17
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1923-1924
12 18
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1924-1925
12 19
Annual Publication, 1 copy, damaged, 1925-1926
12 20
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1926-1927
12 21
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1927-1928
12 22
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1928-1929
12 23
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1929-1930
12 24
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1930-1931
12 25
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1931-1932
12 26
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1932-1933
12 27
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1933-1934
12 28
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1934-1935
12 29
Annual Publication, 2 copies, 1935-1936

Box 7 contains smaller boxes numbered 7.1, 7.2, etc., each of which contain separately batched materials as described. Box 16 contains 8 x 10 inch photographs. Box 17 contains bulk photographs 4.6 inches or smaller.

Box Contents
7.1
JFAC, 1930s-1952,
5 photographs, 5x7
Box-folder Contents
16.6
JFAC Scrapbook pages, 1930s
4 page scraps
16.7
JFAC-Pool, boxing, camping, 1930s
5 photographs
16.8
JFAC, 1940s
16.9
JFAC, 1942
16.10
JFAC, 1940s
16.10
JFAC, 1945-1946
17.1
JFAC Craft Shop, 1930
1 photograph, black and white photographs
17.2
JFAC Circus-photograph by L. Miller, 1933
1 photograph, black and white photographs
17.3
JFAC by Sylvia and Al Small, 1934
2 photographs, black and white photographs
17.4
JFAC Summer Camp-Swimming in the Lake-photograph by Al Small, 1935
1 black and white photographs
17.5
JFAC Summer Camp-Pool, Lake, groups of people, 1936
6 black and white photographs
17.6
JFAC Summer Camp-Beach, toddlers, pool, lake, cabins, flagpole, mess hall-photograph by Sylvia Small, 1937
13 black and white photographs
17.7
JFAC Summer Camp-photographs by Sylvia and Al Small, 1938
22, black and white photographs
17.8
JFAC Summer Camp, 1930s
2 black and white photographs
17.9
JFAC Summer Camp-by Sylvia and Al Small, 1940
1 photograph, black and white photographs
17.10
JFAC Summer Camp-Boys, beach, Sylvia Small, Staff-by Sylvia and Al Small, 1944
4 photographs, black and white photographs
17.11
JFAC Summer Camp-by Sylvia and Al Small, 1933-1944
19 photographs, black and white photographs
II.B.     Camp Lakeland Association (CLA), 1920s-2000s
This series is arranged in five subseries:
Box-folder Contents
13.1
History-Constitution and By-Laws, 1967 1982 undated
13.2
History, 1920s-1999
13.3
History-Skits, 1960-1983
13.4
History-News Clippings and Press Releases, 1948-1998
13.5
History-Awards and Tributes, 1954-1995
13.6
Finances and Fundraising-Financials/Budgets, 1981-1996
13.7
Finances and Fundraising-Financials and Fundraising, 1985-1990
13.8
Finances and Fundraising-Finances, 1988-1994
13.9
Finances and Fundraising-Tree of Life Finances, 1987
13.10
Finances and Fundraising-Finance, 1989-1993
13.11
Finances and Fundraising-Finances, 1991-1994
13.12
Finances and Fundraising-Fundraisers, 1992-1993
13.13
Finances and Fundraising-Nathan Benderson Book Fundraiser, 1996
13.14
Minutes-Correspondence, Membership, 1973-2000s
13.15
Minutes-Correspondence, Facilities/Schematics, undated
13.16
Minutes-Correspondence, 1977-1988
13.17
Minutes-Correspondence and meeting Minutes, 1979-1986
13.18
Minutes-Administrative Business-Meeting Minutes, 1988-1991
13.19
Minutes-Committee Minutes, 1985-1991
13.20
Minutes, 1991-1994
13.21
Minutes, 1994-1996
13.22
Minutes, 1996-2005
13.23
Minutes-Nominating Committee-Committee Workbook, 1968-1972
13.24
Minutes-Nominating Committee-Final Report, 1983
13.25
Minutes-Nominating Committee-Annual Meeting, 1980
13.26
Rosters/Lists-Board and Committee Rosters, 1972-1990
13.27
Rosters/Lists-Board and Committee Rosters, 1982-2005
13.28
Rosters/Lists-Roster, 1991-1994
13.29
Rosters/Lists-Membership Roster-Master List, November 1995
13.30
Rosters/Lists-Membership Roster, October 15, 1999
13.31
Rosters/Lists-Membership Roster, 1997-2000
13.32
Rosters/Lists-Membership Roster-Master Roster, October 25, 2000
13.33
Correspondence, 1991-1994
13.34-13.36
Correspondence, 1993-2000
13.37
Correspondence-Administrative Business-Memos, 1977-1990
13.38
Correspondence-Unused Letterhead, undated
Box-folder Contents
13.39
Presidents Report Materials, 1949-1963
13.40
Annual Meetings-Presidents Speeches, 1950-1968
13.41
Nominating Committee-Presidents Reports, 1973
13.42
Membership/Treasurers Reports, 1996-1998
13.43
Membership/Treasurers Reports, 1994-1995
Box-folder Contents
13.44
Nominating Committee-Annual Luncheon Meeting, 1977
13.45
Donor Luncheon Annual Meeting, 1992
13.46-13.49
Annual Dinner Meeting, 1995-1998
Box-folder Contents
13.50
Site Procurement, 1960
13.51
Correspondence, 1960-1964
13.52
Site Development, 1961-1964
13.53
Lake Development, 1960-1964
13.54
Minutes, 1960-1965
Box Item Contents
12 30
Annual Publication, 1 copy, 1947
12 31
Annual Gifts Publication, November 1947-June 1948
12 32
Annual Gifts Publication, June-November 1948
12 33
Annual Gifts Publication,, 1950
12 34
Annual Gifts Publication, Joy and Tree Fund, June 1950-May 1952
12 35
Annual Gifts Publication, Joy and Tree Fund, September 1952-January 1953
12 36
Annual Gifts Publication, Joy and Tree Fund, February 1953-May 1953
12 37
Annual Gifts Publication, May-August 1953
12 38
Annual Gifts Publication, January-June 1954
12 39
Annual Gifts Publication, June-December, 1954
12 40
Annual Gifts Publication, January-Jun, 1955
12 41
Annual Gifts Publication, July-December, 1955
12 42
Annual Gifts Publication, January-June, 1956
12 43
Annual Gifts Publication, July-December 1956
12 44
Annual Gifts Publication, January-June, 1957
12 45
Annual Gifts Publication, July-December 1957
12 46
Annual Gifts Publication, January-June, 1958
12 47
Annual Gifts Publication, July-December, 1958
12 48
Annual Gifts Publication, October 1959-July 1960
12 49
Annual Gifts Publication, October 1960-July 1961
12 50
Annual Gifts Publication, February- Dec 1961
12 51
Annual Gifts Publication, December 1961-September 1962
12 52
Annual Gifts Publication, October 1962-June 1963
12 53
Annual Gifts Publication, June-December 1963
12 54
Annual Gifts Publication, January-June 1964
12 55
Annual Gifts Publication, July 1964-March 1965
12 56
Annual Gifts Publication, April-October 1965
12 57
Annual Gifts Publication, October 1965-August 1966
12 58
Annual Gifts Publication, September 1966-July 1967
12 59
Annual Gifts Publication, 1969
12 60
Annual Gifts Publication, 1970
12 61
Annual Gifts Publication, 1971
12 62
Annual Gifts Publication, 1972
12 63
Annual Gifts Publication, 1973
12 64
Annual Gifts Publication, 1974
12 65
Annual Gifts Publication, 1975
12 66
Annual Gifts Publication, 1976
Box-folder Contents
14.1
General-Merger Lakeland/Centerland, 1973-1977
14.2
General-Assorted Materials, 1985-1997
14.3
General-Lakeland Association Press Releases, 1985-1988
14.4
General-Personnel, 1990-1994
14.5
General-Obituaries/Commemorations, 1991-1922
14.6
General-Management and Supervisors Retreats, 1999
14.7
General-Logos, undated
14.8
Finances-Financial, 1989-1993
14.9
Finances-Financial Planning, 1991
14.10
Finances-Estate and Wills, 1989-1997
14.11
Finances-Camp Costs Comparative, 1998-2001
14.12
Finances-Buffalo Foundation, 2000-2008
14.13
Finances-Building Costs, 2002-2005
14.14
Finances-Noar l'Noar Program, 2004
14.15
Camp Lakeland Committee-General, 1976-1980
14.16
Camp Lakeland Committee-Out-of-Season Committee, 1976-1979
14.17
Camp Lakeland Committee-Intake Committee, 1977-1980
14.18
Camp Lakeland Committee-Medical/Health Committee, 1976-1980
14.19
Camp Lakeland Committee-Recruitment, 1976-1980
14.20
Camp Lakeland Committee-Program Committee, 1976-1980
14.21
Camp Lakeland Committee-Site Development, 1976-1980
14.22-14.23
Camp Lakeland Committee-Site Committee, 1987-1996
14.24
Camp Lakeland Committee-Camp Lakeland Association Materials, 1976
14.25
Camp Lakeland Committee-Personnel, 1994-1995
14.26
Camp Lakeland Committee-Marketing, 1997
14.27
Camp Lakeland Committee-Program Committee, 1991-1994
14.28
Camp Lakeland Committee-Program Committee, 2001
14.29
Scholarship Sub Committee, 1990-1993
14.30
Food Committee, 1990-1992
14.31
Ad Hoc Committee, 1991
14.32
Camp Committee, undated
14.33
Marketing Sub Committee, 1993-1994
14.34-14.35
Camp Committee, 1990-1994
14.36-14.39
Committee Minutes, 1994-2000
14.40
Committee Minutes, 2003
14.41
Rosters-Food, 1981-1992
14.42
Rosters-Medical, 1985-1987
14.43
Rosters-Program, 1985-1993
14.44
Rosters-Personnel, 1980-1992
14.45
Rosters-Out of Season, 1980-1996
14.46
Rosters-Loose Materials, 1996-2005
14.47
Rosters-Board List, 1994-1999
14.48
Rosters-Centerland, 1986-2000
14.49
Rosters-Lakeland Committee, 1983-2005
14.50
Rosters-Recruitment Committee, 1983-1987
14.51
Rosters-TV/Radio, Newspapers, 1979-2002
14.52
Rosters-JCC Staff, 1993-2001
14.53
Rosters-Paid Membership Association Lists, undated
14.54
Rosters- Various Lists, 2006-2008
Box-folder Contents
14.55
21st Century Study Committee-Correspondence, 1990
14.56
21st Century Study Committee-Executive Committee, 1990-1992
14.57
21st Century Study Committee-Site, 1977-1991
14.58
21st Century Study Committee-Program, 1990-1991
14.59
21st Century Study Committee-Personnel, 1990-1991
14.60
21st Century Study Committee-Financial, 1990-1992
14.61
21st Century-Study Report, 1991
14.62
Impact Review Materials, 1991-2001
14.63
Camp Director Reports, 1996-2001
14.64
Master/Strategic Plan Report and Related Documents, 1998-1999
14.65
Master/Strategic Plan Reports and Related Documentation, 2000
14.66
Statistics, 2005
Box-folder Contents
15.1
Summer Camp Brochures, 1960s
15.2
Summer Camp Brochures, 1970s
15.3
Summer Camp Brochures, 1980s
15.4
Summer Camp Brochures, 1990s
15.5
Summer Camp Brochures, 2000s
15.6
Family Camp Brochures, 1991-1999
15.7
Various Brochures, undated
Box-folder Contents
15.8
Lakeland Update, 1978-1979
15.9
Lakeland Update, 1981-1989
15.10
Lakeland Update, 1990
15.11
Lakeland Update, 1992
15.12
Lakeland Update, 1993
15.13
The Lakelander, 1991-1994
15.14
The Lakelander, 2001 2007
15.15
The Lakeland Report, 2000
15.16
Camp Lakeland News, 2000
15.17
The Staff Lakelander, 2007
15.18
Yearbooks, 1979-1980
15.19
Yearbooks, 1981-1982
15.20
Yearbooks, 1988
15.21
Calendars, 1986-1987
15.22
Calendars, 1990-1991
15.23
Calendars, 1993-1994
15.24
Calendars, Wall calendars, 1996
15.25
Camp Lakeland Bogo Yearbooks, 1999
15.26
Camp Lakeland Bogo Yearbooks, 2000
15.27
Camp Lakeland Bogo Yearbooks, 2004
15.28
Camp Lakeland Shabbat Siddur by Rabbi Shay Mintz, 1985
15.29
Camp Lakeland Shabbat Siddur, 2008
15.30
Camp Lakeland Shabbat Siddur, undated
15.31
Songbook, undated
15.32
Camper and Parent Manual, undated
15.33
Clippings, 1991-1997
Box-folder Contents
15.34
Old programs (original order maintained), 1961-1963
15.35
Old programs (original order maintained), 1961-1963
15.36
Shabbat and Festivals, 1976-1998
15.37
Maccabiah, 1996-1998
15.38
Color photographs wars, 1997-1998
15.39
Ice Breakers, 2000s
15.40
75th Reunion, 1984
15.41
90th Reunion, 2004
15.42
2007 Reunion, 2007
15.43
Closing, 2009
Box-folder Contents
15.44
Camp Conditions, 1977-1997
15.45
Dining Hall, 1980s-1990s
15.46
Horse Riding, 1989-2008
15.47
Other Campsite Deaths, 1991
15.48
Lillian Mann Amphitheatre and Chapel, 1991
15.49
Maps and Trails, 1992-1993
15.50
Permits and Accreditation, 1993-2007
15.51
Water Equipment Permits, 1995-2007
15.52
Welcome Center, 1997-1998
15.53
Onsite Development, 1998-2000
15.54
Ropes and Tower, 1999
15.55-15.56
Maintenance Records, 1999-2002
15.57
Donor Signs, 2003
15.58
Bogo Cabins, 2003-2004
Box-folder Contents
16.1
Brochures, 1960s-2000s
16.2-16.4
Correspondence, 1989-1997
16.5
Correspondence, 2000

Box 7 contains smaller boxes numbered 7.1, 7.2, etc., each of which contain separately batched materials as described. Boxes 16 and 17 contain bulk photographs. Boxes 7.3-7.5 contain slides. Box 21 contains oversize photographs.

Box-folder Contents
16.12
Angola, NY, Camp Counselors, 1947
3 black and white photographs
16.13
Angola, NY, Boys Sports by Frederic Marschall, 1950
2 black and white photographs
16.14
Angola, NY, Camp Counselors, 1953
2 black and white photographs
16.15
Angola, NY, Camp Activities, 1953, 1955
2 black and white photographs
16.16
Angola, NY, Swimming, Boating, 1962
3 black and white photographs
16.17
Angola, NY, Camp Counselors, 1964
1 black and white photograph
16.18
Angola, NY, Camp Activities - Farm, sports, crafts, 1960s
8 black and white photographs
16.19
Angola, NY, Golden Age Camp, 1960s
6 black and white photographs
16.20
Angola, NY, Golden Age Camp, 1962-1964
5 black and white photographs
16.21
Angola, NY, Golden Age Camp, 1965
7 black and white photographs
16.22
Angola, NY, Golden Age Camp, 1965
12 black and white photographs
16.23
Franklinville, NY, headshots of individual campers, 1970s
5 black and white photographs
16.24
Franklinville, NY, Body Art Craft, 1970
4 black and white photographs
16.25
Franklinville, NY, Site photographs, 1975
5 black and white photographs
16.26
Franklinville, NY, Sports and Activities, 1970s
14 black and white photographs
16.27
Franklinville, NY, Sports Activities, 1980s-1990s
7 black and white photographs
16.28
Franklinville, NY, Other Activities, 1980s-1990s
16 black and white photographs
16.29
Franklinville, NY, Buildings and Tents, 1980s-1990s
8 black and white photographs
16.30
Franklinville, NY, Sports and Activities, 1990s-2000s
5 color photographs
17.12
Summer Camp-Various images of the lake and booklet of photographs, 1950s
15 black and white photographs
17.13
Construction-Groundbreaking, 1966
4 color photographs
17.14
Summer Camp-Staff Building-part of Joe House, 1971
6 color photographs
17.15
Summer Camp-Dining Room-Construction, 1972
6 color photographs
17.16
Summer Camp-Dedication of Michael M. and Margaret H. Cohn Village, 1978
10 black and white photographs
17.17
Summer Camp-Various, 1970s-1980s
10 black and white photographs
17.18
Summer Camp-Staff and madrichim (counselors), 1980s
7 black and white photographs
17.19
Summer Camp-Girls group, 1980s
13 black and white photographs
17.20
Summer Camp-Girls group, 1980s
15 black and white photographs
17.21
photographs-Camp Lakeland/JCC Summer Camp-Boys group, 1980s
15 black and white photographs
17.22
Summer Camp-Boys group, 1980s
15 black and white photographs
17.23
Summer Camp-Camp groups in front of flag pole, 1980s
10 black and white photographs
17.24
Summer Camp-Group photographs used in publicity, 1980s
11 black and white photographs
17.25
Summer Camp-Activities on and in the lake, 1980s
12 black and white photographs
17.26
Summer Camp-Socializing, plays singing, includes Israeli Scouts Friendship Caravan, 1980s
20 black and white photographs
17.27
Summer Camp-Landscape and building photographs, 1980s
4 black and white photographs
17.28
Summer Camp-Assorted sporting activities (non-water), 1980s
6 black and white photographs
17.29
Summer Camp-Assorted activities individuals and groups (non-sporting), 1980s
21 black and white photographs
17.30
Summer Camp-Camp Lakelander campers on canoe trip outside of Camp Lakeland, 1980s
4 color photographs
17.31
Summer Camp-Senior Adults, 1947
6 black and white photographs
17.32
Summer Camp-Senior Adults, 1980s
17 color photographs
17.33
Summer Camp-Senior Adults-Various activities, 1980s
13 color photographs
17.34
Summer Camp-Senior Adults-Various activities, 1980s
12 black and white photographs
17.35
Summer Camp-Senior Adults, 1980s
11 black and white photographs
17.36
Summer Camp-Senior Adults, 1981
9 color photographs
17.37
Summer Camp-Senior Adults, 1981
9 color photographs
17.38
Summer Camp-Senior Adults, 1981
8 color photographs
17.39
Summer Camp-Senior Adults-Various photographers, 1981
12 color photographs
17.40
Summer Camp-Senior Adults, 1981
29 black and white photographs
17.41
Summer Camp-Senior Adults, 1982
14 color photographs
17.42
Summer Camp-Senior Adults-Senior Adult Vacation program with JCC, September 1983
15 color photographs
17.43
Summer Camp-Senior Adults, 1984
6 color photographs
17.44
Summer Camp-Senior Adults-Elderhostel, Senior Adult Vacation program, 1985
17 color photographs
17.45
Summer Camp-Senior Adults-Vacation program, 1986
22 color photographs
17.46
Summer Camp-Senior Adults-Elderhostel, 1988
9 color photographs
17.47
75th Anniversary Reunion Number 1, 1984
24 color photographs
17.48
75th Anniversary Reunion Number 2, 1984
25 color photographs
17.49
Summer Camp-Camp Lakeland Association, 1984
2 color photographs
17.50
Summer Camp-Family Camp, 1988
20 color photographs
17.51
Summer Camp-Bogo (counselors), 1989
1 color photographs
17.52
Summer Camp-Winter, Evie Weinstein Collection, 1980s-1990s
4 color photographs
17.53
Summer Camp, 1980s
8 color photographs
17.54
Summer Camp, 1980s
13 black and white photographs
17.55
Summer Camp-Various activities, campers and counselors, Evie Weinstein Collection, 1980s-1990s
25 color photographs
17.56
Summer Camp-Various images, Evie Weinstein Collection, 1980s-1990s
30 color photographs, black and white photographs
17.57
Summer Camp-Various activities, Evie Weinstein Collection, 1980s-1990s
24 color photographs
17.58
Summer Camp-Various activities, Evie Weinstein Collection, 1980s-1990s
25 color photographs
17.59
Summer Camp-Staff and CITs (Counselors in training), 1980s-1990s
10 color photographs
17.65
Summer Camp-Various images, Evie Weinstein Collection, 1980s-1990s
9 color photographs
17.66
Summer Camp-Various activities, Evie Weinstein Collection, 1990s
23 color photographs
17.68
Summer Camp-Posterboards Number 1 Camp Lakeland, 1990s
16 color photographs
17.67
Summer Camp-Posterboards Number 2 Camp Lakeland, 1990s
16 color photographs
17.78
Summer Camp-Posterboards-Misc. Camp photographs, 1989-1991
13 color photographs
17.80
Summer Camp-Posterboards, 1989-1992
15 color photographs
17.83
Summer Camp-Posterboards-Annual Meeting and Luncheon, 1994
4 color photographs
17.84
Summer Camp-Posterboards-Annual Meeting and Luncheon, 1994
3 color photographs
17.85
Summer Camp-Posterboards-Annual Meeting and Luncheon, 1994
5 color photographs
17.86
Summer Camp-Posterboards-Annual Meeting and Luncheon, 1994
6 color photographs
17.69
Summer Camp, 1990s
28 color photographs
17.70
Summer Camp, 1990s
19 color photographs
17.71
Summer Camp-Includes Shabbat Observance, 1990s
13 black and white photographs
17.72
Summer Camp-Shows, 1990s
20 color photographs
17.73
Summer Camp, 1990s
17 color photographs
17.74
Summer Camp, 1990s
10 color photographs
17.75
Summer Camp, 1990s
17 color photographs
17.76
Summer Camp-Camp Counselors, 1990s
4 color photographs
17.77
Summer Camp, 1990s
16 color photographs
17.60
Summer Camp-Dining Hall, building construction, outside views, 1990
12 color photographs
17.61
Summer Camp-Dining Hall, construction of building, inside views, some outside views, 1990
19 color photographs
17.62
Summer Camp-Dedication of new dining hall, 1990
7 color photographs
17.63
Summer Camp-Meeting of Camp Lakeland Association, 1990s
7 color photographs
17.64
Summer Camp-Past Lakeland Presidents, 1990s
4 color photographs
17.87
Summer Camp-Postcard, 1990s
17.79
Summer Camp-Dedication of Lillian Mann Amphitheater and Chapel, 1991
2 color photographs
17.81
Summer Camp-Kittitinny Canoe Trip at Delaware Water Gap, 1992
16 color photographs
17.82
Summer Camp, 1992
6 color photographs
17.88
Summer Camp-Staff planning activities, 1999-2001
9 color photographs
17.89
Summer Camp-Various group photographs of campers with counselors, 1994
17 color photographs
17.90
Summer Camp-Event to Honor Nathan Benderson, 1997
21 color photographs
17.91
Summer Camp-Reunion Number 1, 2000
29 color photographs
17.92
Summer Camp-Reunion Number 2, 2000
30 color photographs
17.93
Summer Camp, 2000s
18 color photographs
17.94
Summer Camp-Ruth Kahn Stovroff, 2000s
16 color photographs
17.95
Summer Camp, 2000s
16 color photographs
17.96
Summer Camp-Campsite images, 2000s
22 color photographs
18.1
Summer Camp-Pool Groundbreaking Number 1, 2000
20 color photographs
18.2
Summer Camp-Pool Groundbreaking Number 2, 2000
14 color photographs
18.3
Summer Camp-Aerial shots of the Camp Lakeland property in Franklinville, New York, 2000-2001
14 color photographs
18.4
Summer Camp-Various images of campers, 2000
6 color photographs
18.5
Summer Camp-Various images of campers, 2000
23 color photographs
18.6
Summer Camp-Theater productions, 2000
15 color photographs
18.7
Summer Camp-Benderson Family Gym, Berghash Activity Center, Alan and Michele Sheff Family Pool, by Andre Gorzynski, 2000
27 color photographs
18.8
Summer Camp-Flags and candid shots of people, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
5 color photographs
18.9
Summer Camp-Jump and Swim!, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
23 color photographs
18.10
Summer Camp-Driving Go Karts, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
13 color photographs
18.11
Summer Camp-Science Activities, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
12 color photographs
18.12
Summer Camp-Boys and girls celebrating Shabbat, photographs by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
6 color photographs
18.13
Summer Camp-Shabbat celebrations, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
29 color photographs
18.14
Summer Camp-Cabins-Inside and Out, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
18 color photographs
18.15
Summer Camp-Girls at Cabin, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
6 color photographs
18.16
Summer Camp-Boys at Cabin, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
12 color photographs
18.17
Summer Camp-Mountain Biking, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
9 color photographs
18.18
Summer Camp-Guitars and Music, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
21 color photographs
18.19
Summer Camp-Water skiing and Tubing on the Lake, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
16 color photographs
18.20
Summer Camp-Various images, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
19 color photographs
18.21
Summer Camp-Tower, by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
21 color photographs
18.22
Summer Camp-Dining Hall Sabbat, photographs by Nancy J. Parisi, 2001
18.23
Summer Camp-Cohn Village Dedication, Ethel M. Desmon Tent Village, 2002
14 color photographs
18.24
Summer Camp-Images from the campsite around the Lake, 2002
29 color photographs
Oversize-box Contents
21
Oversize Proof Contact sheets, undated
21
Oversize photographs stuck together - Shabbat Service, Girls cooking, circa 1970s
21
Tree of Life posterboard, 1990s
Box Contents
7.3
Camp Lakeland Talent Show, 1974
slides
7.3
Camp Lakeland, 1975 1978 1979
3 slides
7.3
Camp Lakeland, 1981-1983
9 slides
7.3
Camp Lakeland, 1984
26 slides
7.3
Camp Lakeland, 1985,
27 slides
7.3
Camp Lakeland, 1986
76 slides
7.3-7.4
Camp Lakeland, 1987
86 slides
7.4
Camp Lakeland, 1988,
24 slides
7.4
Visit by Israeli Soldiers to Camp Lakeland,, 1991
24 slides
7.4
Camp Lakeland Images by Mickey Osterreicher, 1992
7.5
Camp Lakeland, Presentation about 1992, 1992
7.5
Camp Lakeland and Camp Centerland 1994, 1992
83 slides
7.5
Camp Lakeland, undated
25 slides
Box Item Contents
11 15
Camp Lakeland, 1945
8 mm film
11 16
Camp Lakeland, 1977
1 audiotape, 5 inch reel
11 17
Camp Lakeland Slideshow and Yearbook, 2002
1 compact disc
11 18
Camp Pictures, 2003
1 compact disc
11 19
Summer photograph Album, 2003
1 compact disc
11 20
Camp Lakeland, 2004
1 compact disc
11 21
Camp Lakeland Slideshow, 2005
1 compact disc
Box Item Contents
7 6
Kodak Reflex camera inside leather case. May or may not contain film. Retrieved from Camp Lakeland. 1950s
7 7
Camp T-Shirt - Camp Lakeland Fundraiser - Campy Waiter Nite, 1995
7 8
Camp T-shirt - Camp Lakeland, undated
III.     Camp Centerland, 1940s-2000s

Jewish Day Camp in Elma, NY. Opened in 1954 at this site.

This series is arranged in seven subseries:

Arranged chronologically within each subseries. Oversize materials are housed in oversize box at end of collection.

III.A.     Camp Centerland Administrative, 1996-2004
Box-folder Contents
20.1
Schedules, 1996-2004
20.2
Minutes and Meeting Notes, 1972 1999-2002
20.3
Application Materials, 1997-2007
20.4
Counselor Information, 2000s
20.5
Other Materials, 1996-2004
III.B.     Camp Centerland Programming, 1996-2005
Box-folder Contents
20.6
Games and Projects, 1996-
20.7
Music Sheets, includes song In memory of Jerry and song book: Shalom Yeladim (Hebrew: Hello Children), arranged and edited by Jerry Raven, 1970s-2000s
20.8
Other Activities, 1997-2005
20.9
Student Work, 1997-?
III.C.     Camp Centerland Publications, 1970-2009
Box-folder Contents
20.10
Brochures, 1970s
20.11
Brochures, 1980s
20.12
Brochures, 1990s
20.13
Brochures, 2000s
20.14
Brochures for Discovery Camp, circa 1990s-2000s
20.15
Brochures, undated
20.16
Newsletters: Centerland Shorts, 2001-2004
20.17
Newsletters: The Centerland Times and Centerland Kids News, 1997-1999
20.18
Bar Mitzvah Service, 2009
III.D.     Camp Centerland Photographs and Slides, 1940s-2000s
Contains color and black & white photographs, negatives, and slides.
Box 20 contains file folders as well as smaller containers. Container 20.31 is housed in Box 20 and contains negatives in envelopes marked with batch numbers. Box 12.2 has black and white 7 x 7 inch photographs arranged chronologically and topically, and they are followed by color photographs, arranged by topic and chronology. Each division is indicated through a labeled separator. Boxes 18 and 19 are arranged chronologically and topically. Each batch is housed in its own numbered photograph envelope. Box 7 contains smaller boxes, 7.1, 7.2 etc. Box 7.2 contains slides.
Box-folder Contents
20.19
Camp Activities, some by Frederic Marschall, 1940s-1950s
13 black and white photographs
20.20
Dedication of Friedman Pavilion, some by Frederic Marschall, June 20, 1962
6 photographs
20.21
Meyer Gorin Archery Range Dedication at Camp Centerland, some by Frederic Marschall, July 20, 1966
2 photographs
20.22
Camp Activities, some by Frederic Marschall and Sherwin Greenberg, 1960s
14 photographs
20.23
Camp Activities, 1960s
7 photographs
20.24
Camp Activities, by Stephen Maslins, Al Schneider, Mickey Osterreicher, 1970s-1980s
7 photographs
20.25
Altered Mounted, undated
black and white photographs
20.26
Altered Mounted, undated
color photographs
20.27
Unit Photographs on papers, 1997
20.28
Contact sheets, undated
black and white photographs
20.29
Contact sheets, undated
color photographs
20.30
Cardboard- Personalized Photograph sleeves, 1990s-2000s
Box Contents
20.31
Negatives, Batch 1, undated
20.31
Negatives, Batch 2, undated
20.31
Negatives, Batch 3, 1996
20.31
Negatives, Batch 4, undated
20.31
Negatives, Batch 5, undated
20.31
Negatives, Batch 6, undated
20.31
Negatives, Batch 7, undated
20.31
Negatives, Batch 8, 2001-2002
20.31
Negatives, Batch 9, 2003
20.31
Negatives, Batch 10, undated
20.31
Paper Mounted Photographs, Batch 1, undated
color photographs
20.31
Paper Mounted Photographs, Batch 2, undated
color photographs
20.31
Paper Mounted Photographs, Batch 3, undated
color photographs
20.31
Card Mounted Photographs, Batch 1, 1960s
black and white photographs
20.31
Card Mounted Photographs, Batch 2, 1960s
black and white photographs
12.2
Beaver Island, 1940s
2 black and white photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Camp Centerland, includes professional photographers, 1950s-2000s
47 black and white photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs, On hardboard, by Andre Gorzynski, 1982
37 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs by Andre Gorzynski, 1983
2 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs by Andre Gorzynski, 1986
23 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs, 1980s
39 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs, 1990s
15 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs, 1994
6 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs and Activities, 1996
46 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs and Activities, 1997
52 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs and Activities, 1998
71 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs and Activities, 1999
53 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs and Activities, 2000
36 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs and Activities, 2001
21 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs and Activities, 2007
49 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
12.2
Unit Photographs and Activities, undated
8 color photographs, 5 x 7 inches
Box-folder Contents
18.25
Centerland Juniors, Chestnut Ridge Park, 1946
6 black and white photographs
18.26
Summer Camp, 1950s
6 black and white photographs
18.27
Summer Camp, 1954
16 black and white photographs
18.28
Summer Camp, 1970s
11 color photographs
18.29
Summer Camp, 1970s
23 color photographs
18.30
Summer Camp, 1970s
8 black and white photographs
18.31
Summer Camp, 1970s
18 color photographs
18.32
Summer Camp, 1979
22 color photographs
18.33
Summer Camp, 1970s-1980s
15 color photographs
18.34
Summer Camp, 1980s
8 color photographs
18.35
Summer Camp, includes Mishpucha Game, 1980s
20 color photographs
18.36
Summer Camp, 1980s
16 color photographs
18.37
Summer Camp, 1980s
23 color photographs
18.38
Summer Camp, 1982
31 color photographs
18.39
Staff, 1986
4 color photographs
18.40
Summer Camp, 1988
6 color photographs
18.41
Summer Camp, 1988
15 color photographs
18.42
Summer Camp, 1988-1989
13 black and white photographs
18.43
Summer Camp, 1989-1990
8 color photographs
18.44
Summer Camp, 1989
18 color photographs
18.45
Summer Camp, 1980s-1997
13 black and white photographs
18.46
Summer Camp, 1990s
31 color photographs
18.47
Summer Camp, by Susan Heck, 1990s
24 color photographs
18.48
Summer Camp, by Susan Heck, 1990s
13 color photographs
18.49
Summer Camp, 1990s
24 color photographs
18.50
Summer Camp- Unit Groups, 1990s
22 color photographs
18.51
Summer Camp, 1990s
21 color photographs
18.52
Summer Camp- Unit Groups, 1990s
15 color photographs
18.53
Overnight Camp- Unit Groups, 1990s
11 color photographs
18.54
Summer Camp, 1990s
25 black and white photographs
18.55
Summer Camp, 1990s
32 black and white photographs
18.56
Summer Camp, 1990s
12 color photographs
18.57
Summer Camp, 1990s
8 color photographs
18.58
Summer Camp- Unit Groups, 1990s
28 color photographs
18.59
Summer Camp, by Susan Heck, 1990s
26 color photographs
18.60
Summer Camp, 1990s
16 color photographs
18.61
Summer Camp, 1990s
23 color photographs
18.62
Summer Camp, 1990s
22 color photographs
18.63
Summer Camp with Trip to Fort Niagara, 1990s
14 color photographs
18.64
Summer Camp- Unit Groups, 1990s
27 color photographs
18.65
Summer Camp- Fire Dept visits, 1990s
25 color photographs
18.66
Summer Camp, by Ron Zimmerman, 1990s
14 color photographs
18.67
Summer Camp- Fire Damage to Building, 1990s
11 color photographs
18.68
Summer Camp, 1990s
23 color photographs
18.69
Summer Camp, 1990s
20 color photographs
19.1
Summer Camp, 1990s
5 black and white]
19.2
Summer Camp, by Susan Heck, 1990s
23 black and white photographs
19.3
Summer Camp, by Susan Heck, 1990s
12 black and white photographs
19.4
Summer Camp, 1990s
23 color photographs
19.5
Summer Camp, 1990s
6 color photographs
19.6
Summer Camp, 1990
20 color photographs
19.7
Summer Camp with Trip to Niagara Falls, 1990
6 color photographs
19.8
Summer Camp- Exotic Animals Visit, 1991
15 color photographs
19.9
Counselor Training, 1992
15 color photographs
19.10
Summer Camp, 1992
10 color photographs
19.11
Summer Camp, 1992
24 color photographs
19.12
Summer Camp, 1992
23 color photographs
19.13
Summer Camp, 1993
11 color photographs
19.14
Summer Camp- Unit Groups, 1994
28 color photographs
19.15
Summer Camp- Pool, 1994
18 color photographs
19.16
Summer Camp, 1994
22 color photographs
19.17
Summer Camp- Unit Groups, 1995
28 color photographs
19.18
Summer Camp, 1995
22 color photographs
19.19
Centerland Treasure Hunt, February 26, 1995
7 color photographs
19.20
Summer Camp- Unit Groups, 1995
20 color photographs
19.21
High School Retreat, April 29, 1995
16 color photographs
19.22
Summer Camp, 1995
2 color photographs
19.23
Summer Camp, 1996
14 color photographs
19.24
Summer Camp, 1996
25 color photographs
19.25
Summer Camp, 1996
5 color photographs
19.26
Summer Camp, 1996
17 color photographs
19.27
Summer Camp, 1997
20 color photographs
19.28
Summer Camp, 1997
12 color photographs
19.29
Summer Camp, 1997
14 color photographs
19.30