1 Page 1 Isaac Leeser ( ) Collection, undated, * 1 manuscript box Processing Date: August-September linear feet Processed By: Marvin Rusinek, Adina Anflick Languages: English, French, German, Hebrew, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, Yiddish ACCESS: The collection is open to all researchers by permission of the Executive Director of, except items that are restricted due to their fragility. CITATION: Description of item, date of item, Isaac Leeser Papers,, Box #/Folder #, Collection of the American Jewish Historical Society, Newton Centre, MA, and New York, NY. LITERARY RIGHTS: Information concerning the literary rights may be obtained from the Executive Director of the American Jewish Historical Society. Users must apply in writing for permission to quote, reproduce or otherwise publish manuscript materials found in this collection.
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3 Page 3 BOX LIST Box Folder 1 1 Abecassis, J., April 11, Abrahams, Dr. Simeon ( ), undated 1 3 Adler, Hermann ( ), undated, February 2, Adler, Chief Rabbi Nathan M. ( ), 1850, 1854, 1858, 1860, 1862 (contains Yiddish) 1 5 Aguilar, Grace ( ), undated 1 6 Alexander, James W. ( ), June 3, d Azevedo, Moses Cohen ( ), April 21, Belisario, Miriam Mendes ( ), 1836, Benisch, Abraham ( ), , Benjamin, Israel Joseph, December 5, Binswanger, Isidore ( ), May 13, Boardman, Henry Augustus ( ), November 20, Carvalho, J.N., Carvalho, Salomon Nunes ( ), March 27, de Casseres, Benjamin, November 11, Chumaceiro, Aron de Jacob Mendes ( ), 1864 (contains French and Spanish) 1 17 Cohen, Benjamin, March 29, Cohen, Henry, June 3, Cohen, Joshua I. ( ), October 5, Cohen, Rachel Etting ( ), March 3, Congregation Mikveh Israel (1740- ), circa March 11, Costa, J., August 11, Emanuel, D., June 4, Emanuel, Lewis, March 6, Esdra, Joseph Eugene ( ), March 30, Finzi, Abraham ( ), May 15, Fischel, Rabbi Dr. Arnold ( ), 1856, Frankel, Rabbi Zacharias ( ), March 12, 1856 (contains German) 1 29 Gratz, Rebeccah ( ), September Guinzburg, A., March 24, 1863
4 Page 4 Box Folder 1 31 Gumperich, Moses, undated 1 32 Gutheim, James Koppel ( ), 1860, Harman & Levinson, December 1, Hart, Abraham ( ), 1848, Hart, Isaac ( ), May 10, Hart, Samuel Senior, Hartog, Marion (1821-?), , 1849, Hecht, Isaac, October 10, Henriques, May 25, Hesse, Solomon, February 3, Heydenfeldt, Solomon ( ), January 22, Hirsch, Mendel ( ) and Samson (Ben) Raphael ( ), undated, (contains German and Yiddish) 1 43 Hyneman, Rebekah Gumpert ( ), undated 1 44 Isaacs, Rabbi Samuel Myer ( ), 1847, Jacobs, P.S., January 14, Joseph, M., September 20, 18?? 1 47 Judah, David, June 2, Julian, Moses (?-1820), undated 1 49 Kalisch, Isidor ( ), June 30, King, H., February 20, Kursheedt, Manuel Augustus ( ), July 13, Levien, Harriet, March 17, Levinsohn, J., undated 1 54 Levison, S.L., February 22, Levy, Jonas Phillips ( ), Lindo, Elias Haim ( ), 1843, , 1851, Loewe, Ludwig ( ), July 16, Loewenthal, H., May 13, Lyons, Jacques Judah ( ), October 21, Magner, Joseph (1828-?), March 10, Mandel, J., June 6, 1854 (contains German)
5 Page 5 Box Folder 1 62 Moise, June 12, Montefiore, Sir Moses ( ), 1843, 1849, Morais, Sabato ( ), March 4, Morrison, Alice, March 6, Moss, Celia Levetus ( ), undated, 1841, Munk, L., April 4, 1862 (contains German) 1 68 Nathan, Benjamin ( ), November 21, Nathan, Moses Henry ( ), , Newhouse, Joseph, March 11, J.R.P., February 7, Packard, Fred A., January 1, Peixotto, Daniel Levy Maduro ( ), August 1, Peixotto, Simha ( ), July 16, Philippson, Dr. Ludwig, 1854, 1859 (contains German and Yiddish) 1 76 Picciotto, Moses H. ( ), April 27, Raland, Charles, November 7, Ramsey, William, April 17, Raphall, Morris Jacob ( ), , Rapoport, Solomon Judah Lob ( ), undated (contains Hebrew) 1 81 Rice, Abraham ( ), undated, December 15, 1848 (contains Yiddish) 1 82 Salaman, Rosa Emma, undated, 1845, de Sola, Abraham ( ), April 7, Solis-Cohen, Solomon da Silva ( ), July 28, Solomons, M., August 28, Straus, Lazarus R. ( ), March 8, Sulzbach, Dr. Abraham I. ( ), June 26, Sulzberger, Mayer ( ), undated 1 89 Szold, Benjamin ( ), November 5, 1863 (contains German) 1 90 Touro, Judah ( ), April 10, Valentine, S., August 17, Vidaver, Henry, October 7, Waterman, J., January 1846
6 Box Folder 1 94 Wineman, Philip, March 17, Wise, Isaac Mayer ( ), undated, , Wolf, Isaac, May 7, Personal Documents, undated, 1826, Various Correspondence, undated, 1844, 1846, Preface written for his book on the defence of the Holy Law, undated Discourse pronounced at funeral of Rev. Isaac B. Seixas ( ), August 12, Miscellaneous and anonymous, undated, 1855 (contains German, Hebrew, Latin, Portuguese, and Yiddish) Ketubah translation, May 1, Isaac Leeser s will (photocopy), December 25, Leeser portrait, 1844, 1919 Leeser Page 6
7 Page 7 Item Description for the Isaac Leeser Papers Folder # Author Subject 1 Abecassis, J. (1 item) Acknowledgment of receipt of books. Personal matters. 2 Abrahams, Dr. Simeon (1 item) Converts Jewish Law. 3 Adler, Dr. Hermann (2 items) The Occident. 4 Adler, Chief Rabbi Nathan M. (6 items) Leeser s translation of the Bible and his future. Converts Jewish Law. Conditions of Jews in America. Sir Moses Montefiore and The Occident. 5 Aguilar, Grace (5 items) Sending a copy of her works. 6 Alexander, James W. (1 item) Receipt of books. Grammatical question. 7 Azevedo, Moses Cohen d (1 item) Receipt of resolution paper from Congregation Mickveh Israel thanking him for services rendered. 8 Belisario, Miriam Mendes (2 items) Trouble in shipping books. Requests an introduction by Leeser for her book Hebrew Vocabulary. 9 Benisch, Abraham (4 items) Requests contribution to Lord Mayors Commemoration Scholarship Committee, business matters, catalog of Jewish works available in England. 10 Benjamin, Israel Joseph (1 item) Open letter by Leeser soliciting funds for Benjamin, December 5, Binswanger, Isidore (1 item) Scheduling of Hebrew class examination. 12 Boardman, Henry Augustus Letter regarding outrages at Boulogne, from a Protestant. (1 item) 13 Carvalho, J.N. (1 item) Letter attached to minutes of meeting of Congregation Nidhe Israel regarding establishment of Jewish Sunday School. 14 Carvalho, Salomon Nunes (1 item) Letter regarding Gustavis Poznonski, influence on Beth Elohim, March 27, Casseres, Benjamin de (1 item) Rabbi Chumaceiro s letter. Reform Judaism. 16 Chumaceiro, Aron de Jacob Mendes (4 items) Reverend in Curaçao, enclosing his mandate in Dutch and Spanish condemning the El Porvenir party. (An English copy is mentioned but is not contained in these papers). A letter from the Societe de L Alliance Israelite Universelle to Chumaceiro is also enclosed (in French). 17 Cohen, Benjamin (1 item) The Occident and purchase of Unitarian Church to be consecrated next fall as a synagogue in Mobile, AL. 18 Cohen, Henry (1 item) Letter accompanying copy of address delivered by Cohen for publication by public request in The Occident. 19 Cohen, Joshua I. (1 item) Equal rights and new constitution in Massachusetts. Mention his efforts to change the Law of Evidence. 20 Cohen, Rachel Etting (1 item) Order of English-Hebrew prayer books for Baltimore Sunday School. 21 Congregation Mikveh Israel (1 item) Gift to Leeser and address written by S. Solis and delivered by H. Hart Esq. 22 Costa, J. (1 item) Receipt. 23 Emanuel, D. (1 item) Letter from secretary of Congregation House of Israel of Philadelphia confirming date of Leeser s participation in religious ceremonies. 24 Emanuel, Lewis (1 item) Lord Mayors Commemoration Scholarship.
8 Page 8 25 Esdra, Joseph Eugene (1 item) Request for publication in The Occident of a resolution of the Board of Beth Elohim Congregation of Charleston regarding election of Rev. D. Mayer as Minister of the Congregation. 26 Finzi, Abraham (1 item) Order of books for school. 27 Fischel, Rabbi Dr. Arnold (3 items) Railway from Mediterranean to Persian Gulf vs. canal through the Isthmus of Suez. Translation of the Corri. 28 Frankel, Zacharias (1 item) (In German). 29 Gratz, Rebeccah (1 item) Letter to Editor criticizing comments made about deceased correspondent. 30 Guinzburg, A. (1 item) Article titled Sabbath and Sunday. 31 Gumperich, Moses (1 item) Story about his bravery during a flood in 1784 in the village of Kluserath. Arrival of Chief Rabbi of Surinam. Condition of Jews in China. 32 Gutheim, James Koppel (2 items) Receipt of book. Article on Israel Joseph Benjamin. 33 Harman & Levinson (1 item) Payment for subscription to The Occident. 34 Hart, Abraham (2 items) Two letters containing permission to Leeser to perform marriage ceremony. 35 Hart, Isaac (1 item) Resolutions of a meeting of the Ladies Benevolent Society of the Jewish Faith. 36 Hart, Samuel Sr. (2 items) Request for publication of advertisement in The Occident and expression of support for Leeser regarding his congregation s search for a new Rabbi. Personal. 37 Hartog, Marion (5 items) Jewish education. Financial, literary and family matters. Poems. 38 Hecht, Isaac (1 item) Invitation to speak to the Hebrew Men s Literary Association of Baltimore. 39 Henriques, (1 item) Payment by Hebrew Benevolent Association of New Orleans for advertisement of material including Annual Reports and names of newly elected officers. 40 Hesse, Solomon (1 item) Meeting of Congregation Children of Israel regarding donation of Judah Touro (deceased). 41 Heydenfeldt, Solomon (1 item) Money to his credit. 42 Hirsch, Mendel (2 items) Plans for enlarging school in Frankfurt. (In German). 42 Hirsch, Samson Raphael (1 item) Answers to questions on Jewish law. (In German and Yiddish). 43 Hyneman, Rebekah Gumpert (3 items) Poems on Female Scriptural Characters: Leah & Rachel, Sarah, and The Priesthood. 44 Isaacs, Rabbi Samuel Myer (2 items) Letter concerning prayer book and advertisement to give for collection; invitation to officiate and speak at consecration. 45 Jacobs, P.S. (1 item) Legal status of Jews in North Carolina and newspaper clipping Hebrew Rights in the Legislature of North Carolina. 46 Joseph, M. (1 item) Payment for books. 47 Judah, David (1 item) Letter from Leeser to Judah regarding a business matter. Inside are three clippings announcing Leeser s death. 48 Julian, Moses (1 item) Pamphlet guidebook on Jewish ritual slaughter. 49 Kalisch, Isidor (1 item) Research work and submission of article.
9 Page 9 50 King, H. (1 item) Letter and clipping pertaining to resolutions passed by the Jews of Washington after anti-semitic comments made by Massachusetts Senator Henry Wilson in Congress. 51 Kursheedt, Manuel Augustus (1 item) Request to publish resolutions of a meeting and name of President (Hart). 52 Levien, Harriet (1 item) Leeser s Catechism for Younger Children, questions on Jewish law. 53 Levinsohn, (1 item) Congregation Brith Shalom of Charleston looking for a cantor, etc. 54 Levinson, S.L. (1 item) Encloses article, On the Philosophy of Life From a Jewish Viewpoint. (article is not in the folder) 55 Levy, Jonas Phillips (1 item) An assurance of reply to a letter for next month s publication and asking how late in the month can an article be inserted. 56 Lindo, Elias Haim (8 items) 1. Emphasizing costly sale of the Conciliator and its circulation. 2. Request for 8 copies of The Occident; Lindo regrets not attending meeting of Committee appointing a delegate. 3. Gave message requesting 6 copies of the Conciliator. 4. Couldn t meet opportunity of forwarding 6 copies of the Conciliator to Leeser, gave 3 copies to Mr. Bellaise to deliver to Mr. Isaacs. 5. Awaiting message confirming the receipt of 6 copies of the Conciliator. 6. Replacing Mr. S. Morais in place of Leeser in the Congregation copies of the Conciliator were received and at the same time 12 more copies were received. Lindo wants to end the confusion by asking to return additional copies so as to close all accounts. 8. Lindo asks that the balance on History of the Jews book be paid without delay. 57 Loewe, Ludwig (1 item) About Loewe s facilitation of sale of books to America. 58 Loewenthal, H. (1 item) Forward enclosed for insertion in periodical in The Occident, charging the cost to the United Hebrew Congregation which could not afford to pay its Minister the previous year. 59 Lyons, Jacques Judah (1 item) Resolutions by the Trustees of Lyons Congregation. Mentions building a hospital and home for Jewish poor in New York City. A subscription list is in the circulation. 60 Magner, Joseph (1 item) Board of Affairs of Association for the Relief of Jewish Widows and Orphans, donation of Bible and thanks for sympathy toward recipients of charity. 61 Mandel, J. (1 item) Letter (in German). 62 Moise (1 item) Enclosed report of exhibition of the Sunday School of the Orthodox Congregation Shearith Israel of Philadelphia. 63 Montefiore, Sir Moses (8 items) 1. Memorial for Head of Pontifical Government, health of Lady Montefiore, Board appreciates sympathy in Montana Case by London Committee of Deputies of the British Jews.
10 Page Copy of Memorial. 3. Address of Deputies of British Jews. 4. Report of Sir Montefiore to the London Deputies of the British Jews regarding his mission to Rome. 5. Thanking Montefiore for his distinguished philanthropy. 6, 7. Enclosed circular to engage sympathy for Lady Montefiore s efforts to alleviate condition of brethren. 8. Judith, Lady Montefiore, Memorial. 64 Morais, Sabato (1 item) Letter regarding prayer at charity dinner incorrectly published in North American and United States Gazette. Morais requests alterations for prayer to reappear in periodical. 65 Morrison, Alice (1 item) Report of the Ladies Sewing Association of Congregation Shearith Israel to be published in Leeser s paper. 66 Moss, Celia Levetus (4 items) Articles about Maimonides, mentions Rev. Dr. Raphally and Baron Rothschild. 67 Munk, L. (1 item) His recently completed Arab-French work. (In German). 68 Nathan, Benjamin (1 item) Appreciation to Leeser for speaking. 69 Nathan, Moses Henry (4 items) Receipt of books, business matters and mention of controversy involving Nathan in New Orleans. 70 Newhouse, Joseph (1 item) Testimonial letter of appreciation for Leeser s devotion in furthering the cause of Judaism in America. 71 J.R.P. (1 item) Article on the Uncertainty in the Dogmas of Christianity e.g., baptism, confirmation, and Jesus Christ. 72 Packard, Fred A. (1 item) Letter with newspaper clipping enclosed, about Reformed Jews and their denouncement of the Talmud. 73 Peixotto, Daniel Levy Maduro (1 item) Cholera outbreak, Dr. Peixotto recommends modifying the 9 th of Ab fast. August 1, Peixotto, Simha (1 item) Business matters, congregation. 75 Philippson, Dr. Ludwig (3 items) (In German). Cultural relations between Jews in America and Jews in Germany. (In Yiddish). Subscription to The Occident. (In Yiddish). 76 Picciotto, Moses H. (1 item) Presented his published volume regarding education. 77 Raland, Charles (1 item) Request for copies of The Occident. 78 Ramsey, William (1 item) Letter enclosing articles on Church Debts and a sermon on America. Ramsey is also preparing a work on India and quotes from Mendelssohn s Jerusalem. 79 Raphall, Morris Jacob (6 items) 1. Requesting aid in promoting a second visit to the East by Israel Joseph Benjamin. 2. Introduction letter for Rev. Henry Vidaver. 3. Requesting aid in a divorce case. 4. His prayer in the U.S. Congress that focuses on religious equality. 5. Giving permission to use name in Dr. M. Hirsch s list of references. 6. Success of Sunday School, opinions regarding slavery, and business matters.
11 80 Rapoport, Solomon Judah Lob Touro Monument. (In Hebrew). (1 item) 81 Rice, Abraham (2 items) Reform Judaism and the proposed convention of Rabbis. (In Yiddish). 82 Salaman, Rosa Emma (7 items) Poems, personal matters. 83 Sola, Abraham de (1 item) The Occident. 84 Solis-Cohen, Solomon da Silva (1 item) Leeser Page 11 Letter to donating an item related to Isaac Leeser and Solomon Solis. The item is a resolution by the Hebrew Education Society of Philadelphia upon Solis death. Please refer to the Solis-Cohen family papers, P-642, Box 1, Folder Solomons, Moses (1 item) Laying cornerstone of Emanu-El in San Francisco. 86 Straus, Lazarus R. (1 item) Payment for subscription to The Occident as reminder of unacknowledged contribution. 87 Sulzbach, Dr. Abraham I. (1 item) Requests a review of Mr. Faphet s newest series of synagogue hymns in the Occident. 88 Sulzberger, Mayer (2 items) Appeal for subscriptions to the Occident (2 copies). 89 Szold, Benjamin (1 item) (In German). 90 Touro, Judah (1 item) Unrest in Leeser s congregation, unable to help Leeser at the time with his school, apathy of members of his own congregation. 91 Valentine, S. (2 items) Consecration of New Synagogue, Charleston, S.C., August 17, Vidaver, Henry (1 item) Article submitted to The Occident, desires to resettle in America as a preacher. 93 Waterman, J. (1 item) A request from the Kampen, Netherlands Jewish community for donations for building a synagogue. 94 Wineman, Philip (1 item) Order of books for Charleston Sunday school. 95 Wise, Isaac Mayer (8 items) 1. Plans for the publication of his own weekly Jewish newspaper. Topics include Christianity and nihilism as enemies of Judaism, personal, financial and literary matters. 2. Wise takes opportunity to inform Leeser of the great triumph which the cause of reform has achieved in this city and the childish inconsistency of which the Orthodox party is guilty. 3. No Occident for the present month and Wise requests to supply him with one. Wise points out the success of Reform Judaism and the abdication of the Russian Emperor Louis Spanier I. 4. Wise proposes Leeser joint him in his newspaper venture. The paper would defend Judaism against Christianity and nihilism. Wise is also writing for the Asmonean. 5. Readers are generally indifferent to Hebrew literature. Wise plans to publish a letter regarding Dr. Raphael. Wise s two published speeches in Asmonean concern differences between Wise and Leeser.. 6. Wise does not owe anything to Leeser or to Mr. Menken. 7. Went to Leeser s lecture on Orthodox principles in Broadway Synagogue.
12 Page Page three of a letter regarding Wise s current work to be published. 96 Wolf, Isaac (1 item) Inquiring on the cheapest set of Portuguese Prayer Books. 97 Personal documents (3 items) 1. Exemption from militia duty, April 13, 18?? 2. Elected as a representative from District Grand Lodge, No. 3, I.O.B.B. to General Convention, Philadelphia, July 21, I.O.B.B. invitation of Leeser to a regular quarterly meeting of District Grand Lodge, No Various Correspondence (4 items) Letters from D.W. Marks (he honors Leeser), J. Ayres of Lombard & Whitmore (he requests the location of an article in its English translation), Jews Hospital in New York (Invitation to a benefit by the Banquet Ball Committee), and an undecipherable writer (enclosing an item for the Occident). 99 Leeser, Isaac (1 item) Manuscript preface of Leeser s book written on the defence of the Holy Land. 100 Leeser, Isaac (1 item) Discourse pronounced at the funeral of Reverend Isaac B. Seixas, August 12, Mr. Leeser s Rabbi (1 item) (In Hebrew, Yiddish, and German). 101 Praefatio (1 item) Preface to Leeser s Hebrew Bible (In Latin). 101 Reverend Leeser s Pastorals (1 item) A reply to Leeser s attack against the Reformers; changes that are taking place in and the aims of Reform Judaism. 101 Anonymous (1 item) Translation of manuscript on the Jews on the coast of Malabar written by one of the Rabbis of Cochin. Mentions the oppression by the Portuguese and assistance by the Dutch, and the origin of the Jews of Cochin. 101 Anonymous (1 item) Article titled The Hope of Israel in defense of Judaism. (Several pages missing). 101 Anonymous (2 items) Two articles on The Jews of England; Considered in their social and religious state by one of themselves. The first article discusses Jewish education in England and the second is on Jewish national educational establishments for the poor. Rev. Dr. Adler s assistance is mentioned. 101 Anonymous (1 item) Page 25 of a manuscript discussing programs for aiding and bettering the lot of the poor. 101 Anonymous (1 item) Oracaõ para Mal Del Olho Portuguese prayer against the evil eye. 101 Anonymous (1 item) Article titled At Home Again, April 1855 (10 pages). 101 Undecipherable (1 item) Page 4 and 5 of a letter that mentions Isaac Mayer Wise. 101 Undecipherable (1 item) Request to advertise in The Occident sale of lulavim and esrogim, September 24, (In Yiddish). 101 Anonymous (1 item) Letter in Yiddish. 101 Anonymous (1 item) Portion of story, 5 pages numbered Ketubah Translation (1 item) Translation of a Ketubah, made and signed by Isaac Leeser for the wedding of Goodman Davis to Rebecca Marks, May 1, Isaac Leeser s will (1 item) A photocopy of Isaac Leeser s will. 104 Leeser Portrait (3 items) Portrait of Leeser and a letter from Maurice Bendann to Dr.
13 Page 13 Solis-Cohen regarding the photograph taken about 50 years ago, and requesting an original photograph for copying. Note to Researchers: The following items were listed on the original folder inventory, but are now missing, as of September 2006: Adler, Cyrus Leeser, Isaac Philadelphia, Congregation B nai Israel Letter regarding Leeser s photograph. Newspaper clipping of letter discussing Jewish-Christian relations. Admit to the consecration of the New Synagogue of the Congregation B nai Israel, January 8, 1857.
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