Abe A. Wolman Papers
1 Linear Foot
1' 1 Subject f i l e - Material re Heritage House.
Contents include agendas, clippings,
financial records, a history of the Columbus
Jevrish Home for the Aged, memos, minutes to
board and committee meetings, a photograph,
programs, reports, etc.
2 Subject f i l e - Material re Heritage House.
Contents include the admissions policy; building proposals;
the constitution of the Columbus Jewish Home for the
Aged; correspondence re Heritage House;
financial records; memos; a speech delivered by Dr. Dwork
a t the annual meeting of the Columbus Jewish Home for
the Aged, 1960; suggested remarks for Abe Wolman;
a survey report on institutional needs of the Columbus
Jewish aged; etc.
3 Correspondence dealing with Ohio penal institutions.
4 Correspondence dealing with Wolman" a c t i v i t i e s a s
Ohio State Chairman of the B'Nai BtRith Social
Service Committee and the number of Jewish inmates
in state institutions; " BB'Nai BqRith in Ohio
Penitentiary" by Aaron H. Gordon; l i s t s of Jewish
inmates in the Ohio Penitentiary and a t the London
Prison Farm; arid photographs of Morris Supran and
unidentified persons at the Ohio State Penitentiary.
5 A BtNaiB'Rith r i t u a l , minutes of the Free Loan
Society, programs of various a c t i v i t i e s ,
newspaper clippings pertaining to Abe Wolman and
h i s wife and Abe Wolman a t the " Scroll of Honor"
presentation, and a photograph of the J. F. L. Club.
plus three scrapbooks ( contents include newspaper clippings,
1929- 1961, pertaining to Abe A. Wolman and Jewish a c t i v i t i e s )
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