RADOMYSLER
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
BY MARTIN POLLACK

In a book that was published this year entitled "Guide to the YIVO
Archives" edited by Fruma Mohrer and Marek Web, a listing for the
Radomysler Benevolent Society appears on page 227. It reads as follows:

Radomysler Benevolent Society.
Records, 1930-1979. 15 in. (RG 814)
Founded in New York in 1904 by immigrants from Radomyshl (Pol. Radomysl),
Ukraine, as the Radomysler Unterstitzung Verein. Changed name to present
title and incorporated in 1910. Activities included relief work after
World Was I and World War II.
Constitution. Minutes, 1930-1949. Financial records, 1930-1979.
Correspondence. Anniversary materials.Scrapbook, diary travel accounts of
Samuel Kipnis, 1922-1963. Publication of the Radomysler Ladies Auxiliary
of Chicago. Photograph.

The address and phone number of YIVO are:
The YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
555 West 57th Street, Suite 1100
New York, New York 10019
Telephone: (212) 246-6080


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