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Zionist Organization of America Records

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05. December 1, 1940 Minutes
05. December 1, 1940 Minutes Minutes of the regular meeting held on December 1, 1940.
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06. Bank Statement
06. Bank Statement Bank Statements from May 1 1939-Sept 30 1940
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07. Jewish National Fund Bank Statement
07. Jewish National Fund Bank Statement JNF Statement from May 1 1939-September 30 1940
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08. Bank Statement
08. Bank Statement Bank Statement from October 1 1940-September 30 1941
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09. Jewish National Fund Bank Statement
09. Jewish National Fund Bank Statement JNF Statement from October 1 1940-September 30 1941
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10. February 10, 1942 Minutes
10. February 10, 1942 Minutes Minutes from the regular meeting held on February 10, 1942.
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13. Annual Statement
13. Annual Statement Annual Statement from September 15 1942-September 27 1943
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14. Annual Statement, Jewish National Fund
14. Annual Statement, Jewish National Fund Annual Statement, Jewish National Fund, September 15 1942-September 27 1943
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22. Jewish National Fund Statement
22. Jewish National Fund Statement Semi-annual statement October 1 1943-March 31 1944
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01. Minute Book of the Zionist Organization of America
01. Minute Book of the Zionist Organization of America The minutes cover all the special and regular meetings of the organization. Members attending are listed and there are various lists throughout the volume, detailing the approximately 100 or so men and women who belonged. Topics were discussed, at first, in both Yiddish and English. Dues were collected and there are frequent mentions of the need to raise more funds for specific causes, and the need to energize the populations of Charleston and South Carolina for Zionism.