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Hungarian Benevolent Association
Burial societies; Fraternal Organizations

This group is also known as the 'Hungarian Benevolent Society.' Organized i 1910. Russian and Galician Jews were also admitted. The Association paid sick benefits of three dollars per week for a maximum of 13 weeks and one dollar per week thereafter.

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Adolph G. Reisman Family Papers
Manuscript
1937
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Adolph G. Reisman Family Papers
Photograph
ca. 1917
Hungarian Benevolent Association Records
Manuscript
1910
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Hungarian Benevolent Association Records
Photograph
October 31, 1935
Jack Kelvin Bleich (1907 - ) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
August 11 and 19, 1994
Mendle Boorstin Family Papers
Manuscript
1914-1986
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Mendle Boorstin Family Papers
Photograph
1960
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Mendle Boorstin Family Papers
Photograph
1960
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Mendle Boorstin Family Papers
Manuscript
1945
Rabbi Harry Epstein Family Papers
Manuscript
1907-1984
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Samuel Leon Eplan (1896 - 1984) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
February 11, 1976
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