|Title||Alexander Dushkin Papers - P 134|
|Level of description||Fonds|
|Extend and medium||Global extent: 124 files, all selected and described|
|Repository||Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People Jerusalem (CAHJP)|
|Name of creator(s)||Alexander M. Dushkin (AMD)|
|Description||In addition to his professional activities, Dushkin was involved in many other aspects of Jewish life, such as the Reconstructionist movement in the USA, the David Yellin Teachers’ Seminary and the Neot Kedumim Biblical reserve in Israel. He maintained close friendships with many affluent American Jews, who often contributed funds to the various causes with which he was connected.|
The papers reflect these activities and friendships.
Dushkin’s files are arranged in a loose chronological order. Most of the files contain private correspondence as well as letters on a variety of subjects, of which only the major ones have been mentioned in the file descriptions.
|Accruals||The collection is closed.|
|System of arrangement||Loose chronological order.|
|Conditions governing access||Subject to the authorization of Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People Jerusalem (CAHJP)|
|Finding aids||Inventory available here : http://cahjp.nli.org.il/webfm_send/706|
|Rules or conventions||International standard for archival description, General, etc.|
|Date of the catalogue||[The date of this catalogue could not be found]|
|Archivist's notes||Inventory of Alexander Dushkin Papers (124 files, 1910-1975), held and arranged by the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People (Jerusalem).|