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A Finding Aid to the
J. Victor Greenebaum Papers
Manuscript Collection No. 175
1914-1968 . 0.4 Linear ft.
ACCESS AND PROVENANCE
A portion of the J. Victor Greenebaum Papers were donated to the American Jewish Archives by J. Victor Greenebaum, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1961. J. Victor Greenebaum, by the act of donating the J. Victor Greenebaum Papers to the American Jewish Archives, assigned the property rights to the American Jewish Archives. All literary rights to material in the collection are retained by the individual authors or their heirs. Questions concerning rights should be addressed to the Executive Director of the American Jewish Archives. The papers are available to researchers in the reading room of the Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH top
J. Victor Greenebaum was born in Cincinnati in 1885. He was educated at Harvard College and received his MD degree from Harvard Medical School in 1911. He joined the staff of Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati in 1914, and served as the hospital's director of pediatrics from 1921-1948. He also served on the Board of Governors of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and was an honorary board member at the time of his death, July 25, 1972.
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SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE top
The J. Victor Greenebaum Papers consist mainly of correspondence and reports dealing primarily with Greenebaum's activities on the Board of Governors of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and his interest in the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Of special interest is his committee work, including work on Hygiene, Scholarship, Library, Museum committees and his correspondence with Julian Morgenstern, Maurice N. Eisendrath, and Gertrude Pinsky (concerning Rabbi Helmut Gins, a German refugee of La Paz, Bolivia).
BOX AND FOLDER LISTING topBox Folder Contents1 1 General Correspondence. 1914-1966, n.d. 2 HUC (Correspondence regarding Committee Work). 1933-1947. 3 HUC (Endowment Fund). 1943-1948. 4 HUC (Library Committee). 1938-1957, n.d. 5 HUC (Museum). 1944-1946. 6 HUC (Naumbarg material). 1947-1948. 7 HUC-JIR (Board of Governors). 1949-1968. 8 HUC-JIR (DHL Degree). 1955. 9 Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 1940-1960. 10 Miscellaneous (Speeches, CV). 1939; 1955, n.d.top
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