A-5053 Frances and Sam Fried Holocaust Education Fund [Book1]

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Abstract/Description: The first volume covers the period circa 1966-2006 and contains information on the Frances and Sam Fried Holocaust and Genocide Education Fund, including printouts from the Fund website, correspondence, meeting agendas, meeting minutes, news clippings, press releases, legal documents, speech transcripts, strategic planning documents, financial reports, fundraising forms and fliers, reports, event programs, course syllabi, student papers on the lessons of the Holocaust, thank you notes from students, and other records related to the foundation, administration, and use of the fund. Some of the documents are original and some are reproductions. These document not only the establishment and operation of the Fund, but numerous educational efforts prior to the creation of the fund, including speaking engagements at a variety of colleges, public schools, and organizations. Also included are meeting agendas and minutes of the Six Million Lights Education Fund Advisory Committee; records of events sponsored by the Fund; records of the Institute for Holocaust Education; and records of specific courses taught. 4.5-inch-thick expanding two-post binder with black fabric cover and title page created by Sam Fried. Each item within is encapsulated in an 8.5" x 11" plastic sleeve. There is a note tucked in the front pocket of the binder, referring to a CD and book which are missing from this collection.
Subject(s): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Education
Endowments
Personal papers
Records (documents)
Scrapbooks
Photographs
Date Created: 1966-2006

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