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Contact Infomation:

Special Collections

MSU  Libraries

366 W. Circle Drive

East Lansing, MI 48824

517.884.6471

E-mail:spc@mail.lib.msu.edu

URL: http://specialcollections.lib.msu.edu

Date Received:

Summer 2011

Date Processed:

February 2012

Acquisitions Information:

Donated by Shirley Holtzman, 2011.

Preferred Citation:

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Box number, Folder number and/or title, Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman Israeli Literature Archive, MSS 211 Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Copyright Notice:

Copyright is retained by the authors of the items in this archive, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Usage Restrictions:

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.

Photoduplication Restrictions:

Copying (machine or camera) is permitted when the condition of the material and copyright restrictions permit.

Collection Summary:

This collection contains materials about authors, artists, political figures, musicians, as well as correspondences, published articles and essays, manuscripts, typescripts, and revisions of works by Israeli authors who either live or have lived in Israel. There are also flyers, periodicals, newspapers, posters, audiotapes, computer discs, and some photographs. The collection numbers eight (8) boxes total and spans the time period from the 1950’s to the present.

Historical Background:

Irwin T. (Toby) Holtzman (1927-2010) was a successful home builder and businessman in Metropolitan Detroit and a lifelong book collector and literary scholar. As a second generation of Holtzman and Silverman, Irwin’s business career spanned from the 1940’s to the 1980’s. He attended Cranbrook School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, then continued his education at the University of Michigan in 1949, where he received a degree in Political Science. Irwin married Shirley in 1950, and had 3 children: Matthew, Johanna, and Jonathan.

 

Irwin T. Holtzman’s collection of Israeli Literature is considered one of the largest existing collections of writings of Israeli authors, who either live or have lived in Israel. Comprised of works from the earliest days of Statehood in 1948 up to the present, MSU’s Holtzman Israeli Literature Archive features manuscripts of poetry and drama; posters advertising literary events; political cartoons and other original artwork; and Irwin Holtzman’s extensive correspondence with many important Israeli literary figures, including Amos Oz, A.B. Yehoshua, Amalia Kahana-Carmon, and Yoram Kaniuk.

Processing Note:

The Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman Israeli Literature Archive was processed by MSU student, Ortal Lieberman.

Arrangement:


Arrangement:
   
The Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman Israeli Literature Archive is arranged in seven series:
   
Series I. Correspondence
Series II. Works by Individuals
Series III. Working Files
Series IV. Event, Institutions, and Places
Series V.  Irwin T. Holtzman Files
Series VI. Realia
Series VII. Audiovisual Materials
   
Posters are located in Map Case, MSS 211
   
Series I: Correspondences (Personal and Institutional dating from 1970’s to present, with bulk of correspondence from 1970’s and 1980’s)
   
These are the files containing correspondences both to and from, authors, political figures and artists, whom Mr. Holtzman contacted in the building of his collections. They include interactions with Mr. Holtzman, publishing houses, professional affiliations, religious affiliations, as well as the correspondences with Michigan State University in the donation of this collection. Correspondences include hand-written letters, typed letters, emails, postcards and cards.
   
Note: Files organized alphabetically by last name. In cases where the sender is unknown, the correspondence has been filed under the individual to whom they are addressed or pertain to. Dates have been converted into the American dating system (from dd.mm.yy to mm.dd.yy). Dates with a single digit date and month could have been misinterpreted and unintentionally switched. Correspondences that refer to events that Mr. Holtzman organized are filed under Series IV under the event name.
   
Box Folder/Description
1 Abul-Haj, Ghaleb (1977)
  Agassi, Uzi (2002)
  Alkalay-Gut, Karen (1995-2007)
  Atler, Robert  (1988)
  Am Oved Publishers (1977-1985)
  The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) (2001s)
  Amichai, Hana (2002)
  Amichai, Yehuda (1971-1984)
  Amit, Yuval (2007)
  Appelfeld, Aharon (No Date)
  Arad, Nora (1979)
  Avadenka, Lynne (1996-2003)
  Avner, Yehuda (1978)
  Balaban, Avraham (1984-1990)
  Bar-Yosef, Hamutal (2005-2006)
  Be'er, Haim (1995)
  Ben-Amotz, Dan (1975-1979)
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak (1979-1980)
  Birger, Zev (1987-1993)
  Birger, Ziv (1985- 2005)
  B’nai B’rith (1977-1989)
  Callaghan, Barry (1976)
  Commentary Magazine (1999)
  Congregation Shaarey Zedek (No Date)
  The Consulate General of Isarel in New York (No Date)
  Corinna (1986-1995)
  Cranford, Beaufort (1983)
  Dahav, Yoram (1978)
  Dayan, Linda (2004)
  Dayan, Yael (1989)
  Dor, Moshe (1975-1976)
  Doubleday & Company Inc. (1978)
  Engelsina (1993)
  Eytan, Rachel (1974-1979)
  Feinberg, Anat (1978-1979)
  Fremont-Smith, Eliot (1974)
  Friend, Robert (1995)
  Gazit, M. (1979)
  Gertz, Nurith (1975-1994)
  Goldberg, Isaac (1990)
  Green, Jeffrey (No Date)
  Halutz, Miriam (1978)
  Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Inc. (No Date)
  Harper & Row Publishers, Inc. (1977)
  Holtzman, Irwin T. (1974-2005)
  Holtzman, Irwin T. (2005)
  Holtzman, Irwin T. (1977)
  Holtzman, Irwin T. (1985)
  Institute of International Education (No Date)
  Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature (1984)
  Jackson, Raya (1982)
  The Jewish Community Center (1979)
  The Jewish National & University Library (1979-2008)
  The Jewish News (1977)
  The Jewish Publication Society of America (1976-2001)
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia (1974-2004)
  Kaniuk, Yoram (No Date)
  Kenan, Amos (1982)
  Kinberg, Naphtali (1979- 1980)
  Kollek, Teddy (1970-2003)
  Komem, Aharon (1995)
  Lachman, Sol P. (1981)
  Lazar, David (1979)
  Levin, Hanoch (1975)
  Levin, Leo A.  (1977)
  Lynn (1994)
  Margolis, David (2003)
  Markish, David (1984-1985)
  The Mayer Central Library, Jerusalem (1974-1978)
  Megged, Aharon (1976-1990)
  Meras, Itzhak (1986)
  Myra (1980)
  Natur, Samih (2008)
  New York University (1984)
  Orpaz, Yitzhak (1981)
  Oz, Amos (1974-1992)
  Peres, Shimon (1976
  Rabin, Yitzhak (1993)
  Shaham, Nathan (1977-1978)
  Shaked, Gershon (1977-1978)
  Shamir, Moshe (1978)
  Shammas, Anton (1988)
  Shavinsky, J. (No Date)
  Shavit, Zohar (1980- 1981)
  Sicher, Efraim (1990-2010)
  Sifriat Poalim Publishers (1980)
  Silk, Dennis (1980-1998)
  Tameyet, Tamir (1996-1997)
  Tammuz, Benjamin (1976)
  Tel Aviv University (1974)
  Telpaz, Gideon (1977-1983)
  The University of Michigan (1981-1992)
  Wallach, Yona (1978)
  Wayne State University Press (1981)
  Wolman, Dan (1978-1985)
  Yehoshua, A.B. (1974-1984)
  Yizhar, S. (1989)
  Zagorin, Neil A. (2000)
  Zwick, Yehudit (1977)
   
Series II: Works By Individuals
   
These are the files containing works created by an individual author, politician, artist, or musician in Mr. Holtzman’s collection. They include original and photocopied books, excerpts, short stories, manuscripts, typescripts, poems, newspaper articles, magazine articles, song sheets, and play scripts.
   
Note: For Poems that remain untitled, the first line of the poem is used as a title. For Hebrew titles missing an English translation, the archivist has provided a translation in brackets.
   
Box Folder/Description
2 A
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Newspaper article. “That Tzaddik’s Etrog”. TheJerusalem Post International Edition, Week ending October 6, 1990.Pg. 15.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Typescript (photocopy). “To Father’s House”. Translated by Jules Harlow.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Short stories (journal article). “The Tale of the Scribe”. Translated by Isaac Franck. “From Lodging to Lodging”. Translated by Jules Harlow. Midstream, February 1967. Vol. XIII, No. 2. Pg. 16-35.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Excerpt (magazine article). “To This Day”. Translated by Hillel Halkin. Commentary Magazine, May 2008. Vol. 125, No. 5. Pg. 69-96.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Three Stories (magazine article, photocopy). “First Kiss”. Translated by Neal Kozodoy. “The Lady and The Peddler”. Translated by Robert Alter.  “Fable of the Goat”. Translated by Barney Rubin. Commentary Magazine, December 1966. Vol. 42, No. 6. Pg. 35-43.
   
  [Al-Maqalih, Abdul al-Aziz]. Poem (photocopy). “Beirut, Tel al-Zaatar, Night and Bullets”. Translated by Lena Jayyusi and John Heath-Stubbs. [Poem is an excerpt from “The Literature of Modern Arabia” (1988), edited by Salma Khadra Jayyusi. London and New York: Kegan Paul.] Pg. 159-161.
  Al-Wahid, Abdul Al-Razzaq. Poem (photocopy). “Reaching Forty”. Translated by Diana Der Hovanessian and Lena Jayyusi. “You Rise Among Truths”. Poems are excerpts from “The Literature of Modern Arabia” (1988), edited by Salma Khadra Jayyusi. London and New York: Kegan Paul. Pg. 129-130.
   
  Almog, Ruth. Typescript (photocopy). “After Arbor Day”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Alkalay-Gut, Karen. Typescript Excerpt (photocopy). “Yes, we may talk about rape. We may”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Aloni, Nissim. Typescript (photocopy). “The Turkish Soldier From Adirne”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv. (“The Turkish Soldier From Adirne”, “The Owl”, “The Shmiel” and “To Be A Baker”).
   
  Aloni, Nissim. Typescript (photocopy). “Shmiel”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Alter, Robert. Essay (article, photocopy). “Israeli Culture and the Jews”. Commentary Magazine, November 1976. Vol. 62, No. 5. Pg. 59-65.
   
  Alter, Robert. Essay (magazine article, photocopy). “New Israeli Fiction”. Commentary Magazine, June 1969. Vol. 47, No. 6. Pg. 59-66.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poem (photocopy). “The Diameter of the Bomb”. Translated by Chana Bloch. Written in Hebrew & English.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poem (photocopy). “The City In Which I Was Born”. Written in Hebrew & English.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poems (photocopy). The Poetry of Yehuda Amichai. “God Has Pity on Kindergarten Children”. Translated by Stephen Mitchell. “Wildpeace”. Translated by Chana Bloch. “From Jerusalem, 1967”. Translated by Stephen Mitchell. All poems are written in Hebrew & English.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poem (photocopy). “A Child Is Something Else”. Translated by Paul Maher.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Short story (photocopy). “Love in Reverse”.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Short story (photocopy). “The Times My Father Died”.  Written in Hebrew & English.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Short story (photocopy). “Battle for the Hill”. Translated by Hillel Halkin. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Children’s book (photocopy). “The Fat Tale of the Numa, and All of the Other Things that Happened Throughout the Week”. Illustrated by Gershtein Yonatan. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Children’s book (photocopy). “What Happened to Roni in New York, Written By Roni’s Father” (1968). Am-Oved Publishers, Tel Aviv.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poems (journal article). “Travels of a Latter-Day Benjamin of Tudela”. Translated by Ruth Nevo. Webster Review, Special Issue, Summer 1977. Vol. 3, No. 3.  Pg. 5-64.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poems (magazine article). “Sonnet”. Translated by Ruth Finer Mintz. “The Mediators, The Peace-Makers”. Translated by Margalit Benaya. “Poem [His Thoughts Came Slowly]”. Translated by Meir Mindlin. Poetry, July 1958. Vol. 92, No. 4. Pg. 254-256.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poem (magazine article, photocopy). “We Did What Was Expected of Us”. Partisan Review Magazine, 1990. Vol. LVII, No. 3.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poems (magazine article). “Songs of Time, Yehuda Amichai”. Moment Magazine, [January/ February 1979/ Tevet-Shevat 5739. Vol. 4, No. 3]. Written in Hebrew and English.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poems (newspaper article). “Three by Amichai”- “Tova’s Brother”; In A Jerusalem Courtyard”; Abraham Rubinstein”. Translated by Chana Block and Chana Kronfeld. Forward, September 24, 1999. Pg. 11.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Poems (newspaper article). “Shir Lechaye Avi” [A Song for My Father’s Life]. Ha’aretz[daily Israeli newspaper], September 26, 1973. Pg. 55. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Short story (newspaper article). “Ha’reshit” [A Story by Aaron Appelpeld]. Ha’aretz[daily Israeli newspaper], January 19, 1979. Pg. 41-42. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Magazine article. “Buried Homeland”. Translated by Jeffrey M. Green. The New Yorker, November 23, 1998. Pg. 48-61.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Lecture Series. “Badenheim 1939” (2001), The B.G. Rudolph Lectures in Judaic Studies, New Series, Lecture Three. Translated by Betsy Rosenberg. Syracuse University Press.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Typescript (photocopy). “Reparations”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Avidan, David. Stapled wrappers. “Or Shel Pil” [Elephantasy] (1967). “A sequence of drawings by Carmela Tal with Verbal Illustrations by David Avidan” .  The Thirtieth Century.
   
  Avidan, David. Interview (magazine article). “Israel in Danger”, an interview with Norman Podhoretz, editor of Commentary Magazine. The Jerusalem Post- Independence Day Supplement, April 20, 1977. Pg. 11-13.
   
  Avidan, David. Book proposal (photocopy). “Jew You Are”.
   
  B
   
  Bar-Yosef, Yehoshua. Typescript. “Walk With A Child, A Short Play”. Translated by Derek Orleans.
   
  Bar-Yosef, Yehoshua. Typescript. “The Roof and the Balcony, A Short Play”. Translated by Yishai Tobin.
   
  Bar-Yosef, Yehoshua. Story (magazine article, photocopy). “The Stranger-A Story”. Commentary Magazine, November 1984. Vol. 78, No. 5. Pg. 51-59.
   
  Barakat, Saleem. Poem (photocopy). “The Squirrel”. Translated by Lena Jayyusi and Naomi Shihab Nye. Poem is an excerpt from “Modern Arabic Poetry: An Anthology” (1987), edited by Salma Khadra Jayyusi. New York: Columbia University Press. Pg. 169.
   
  Bartov, Hanoch. Book review (quote, photocopy). Bartov provides a review of Moshe Shamir’s “My Life With Ishmael”. Review is a short quote photocopied from the book.
   
  Bat-Shahar, Hannah. Short story (photocopy). “Among the Geranium Pots” (1990). Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. Keter Publishing.
   
  Birstein, Yossl. Typescript (photocopy). “The Emissary” (updated, March 16, 1980). Translated by Margaret Birstein. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Birstein, Yossl. Typescript (photocopy). “A Face in the Cloud” (1991). Translated by Margaret Birstein. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Boorstin, Daniel J. Essay (excerpt). “A Dialogue of Two Histories Jewish and American” [May 6, 1962]. Essay is an excerpt from “America and the Image of Europe” by Boorstin, Pg. 170-182. Note from Holtzman says send to “Bully” [A.B. Yehoshua].
   
  C
   
  Carmi, T. Poem (magazine article). “All My Life”. Translated by Grace Schulman. Present Tense Magazine, [no date]. Pg. 53.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Short story (photocopy). “How Can You Lose Your Cool, When The Kinneret Is As Calm As A Pool”. Translated by Dalya Bilu.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Short story (photocopy). “Ummi Fi Shurl”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Short story (photocopy). “Where Am I”. “The Star’s Visit”; “The Critic’s Silence”.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Short story (photocopy). “The Woman Who Wanted To Kill Someone”.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Short story (photocopy). “The Woman Who Gave Birth To Twins And Disgraced Herself”.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Short story (photocopy). “The Woman Who Preferred To Search For Food”.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Short story (photocopy). “The Woman Who Went Looking For A Walkie-Talkie”.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Short story (photocopy). “A Thousand Shekels A Story”.
   
  Corinna. Short story (journal article, photocopy). “Pink Pages”. Translated by Hillel Halkin. International Quarterly. Vol. 1, No. 3. Pg. 109-120.
   
  D
   
  Darweesh, Zaki. Short story (magazine article, photocopy). “City of Slumber”. Translated by Dorothea Shefer. [Ariel Magazine, 1978, 45/46]. Pg. 200-202.
   
  Darwish. Mahmoud. Book (photocopy). “Selected Poems” (1973). Introduced and translated by Ian Wedde and Fawwaz Tuqan. A Carcanet Press Publication, 1stedition.
   
  Darwish. Mahmoud. Poem (newspaper article). “Remainder Of A Life”. Translated by Fady Joudah. The New Yorker, May 14, 2007.
   
  Darwish. Mahmoud. Poems (newspaper article). “Viewpoint”; “I Can Speak About Love”. Translated by Fady Joudah. The New York Review, September 25, 2008.
   
  Dawoud, Siham. Poem (photocopy). [untitled]. Translated by Sasson Somekh and Richard Flantz.
   
  Dor, Moshe. Essay (photocopy). “A Man Is But A Mould Of The Landscape of His Motherhood”. Corrections by author.
   
  Dor, Moshe. Verso of title page and table of contents page (photocopy). “A Childhood In Israel” (tentative title), selected stories by contemporary Israeli writers. Edited and introduced by Moshe Dor. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Dor, Moshe. Poem (photocopy). “Amidst The Pines”. Translated by Reuven Ben-Yosef.
   
  Dor, Moshe. Poem (photocopy). “In The Wind The Olive Leaves”. Translated by Reuven Ben-Yosef.
   
  Dor, Moshe. Poem (photocopy). “You’re Right, You Know”. Translated by Reuven Ben-Yosef.
   
  E
   
  El-Kassim, Samih. Poem (photocopy). “Cinerama”. Translated by Sasson Somekh and Richard Flantz.
   
  El-Kassim, Samih. Short story (magazine article, photocopy). “Stanzas from Lamentations”. Translated by YLH. [Ariel Magazine, 1978, 45/46]. Pg. 191-192.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper articles. (photocopy). Right: “Plishal le Halal Reck” [Invading an Empty Space]. [no publication], September 26, 1962. Left: “Pras Brenner” [Brenner Prize], [no author]. Hon Poale Eretz Israel [Israeli Labor Newspaper], September 25, 1966. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper article. (photocopy). “Hadrashah, Dvarim Betekes Kabalaht Pras Brenner” [An Introduction, Words in the Ceremony of Receiving the Brenner Prize]. [No publication, no date]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  G
   
  Gertz, Nurith. Off-print. “A Study of My Michaelby Amos Oz”. Off-print from Ha-Sifrut/Literature, No. 22, April 1976. Published by Tel Aviv University.
   
  Gertz, Nurith. Off-print. “Israeli Novelists”. The Jerusalem Quarterly, Fall 1980. Vol. 17. Inscribed by author.
   
  Goldstein, Israel. Magazine article. “Welcoming Address by Israel Goldstein”. Congress Bi-Weekly, September 16, 1963. Vol. 30, No. 12. Pg. 7-9.
   
  Gormezano (Goren), Yitzhak. Typescript (photocopy). “Alexandrian Summer”. Translated by Naomi Gann and Ruth Nussbaum. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Gormezano (Goren), Yitzhak. Typescript (photocopy). “An Alexandrian Summer”. Translated by Naomi Gann and Ruth Nussbaum. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Guy, Hanoch. Magazine Article. “Contemporary Hebrew Poetry In English”. Jewish Spectator, Summer 1978. Pg. 9-11.
   
Box Folder/Description
3 H
   
  Haddad, Qasim. Poem (photocopy). “The Sea Has its Transformation… Make Way” and “Dominion. Both translated by Lena Jayyusi and Christopher Middleton. [Poems are excerpts from “The Literature of Modern Arabia” (1988), edited by Salma Khadra Jayyusi. London and New York: Kegan Paul.] Pg. 97-99.
   
  Halkin, Hillel. Article. “Periodical Proliferation” . The Jerusalem Report, May 30, 1991. Pg. 44.
   
  Halkin, Hillel. Magazine Article. “The Jewish State and Its Arabs”. Commentary Magazine, January 2009. Pg. 30-37.
   
  Halkin, Hillel. Magazine Article. “Politics and The Israeli Novel”. Commentary Magazine, April 2004. Pg. 29-36.
   
  Hareven, Gail. Magazine article. “The Slows”. Translated by Yaacov Jeffrey Green. The New Yorker, May 4, 2009. Pg. [60]-64. 
   
  Hareven, Shulamit. Typescript (photocopy). “The Witness”. Translated by Dalya Bilu.
   
  Hareuveni, Yotam. Typescript (photocopy). “Speculations on the Death of Pier Paolo Pasolini”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Hendel, Yehudit. Typescript (photocopy). “A Story With No Address”. Translated by Barbara Harshaw.
   
  Hirschfeld, Ariel. Book review (photocopy). “On The Ineffable Longings”. Translated from Ha’aretz[daily Israeli newspaper], November 9, 1990.
  -Included with book review: Treves, Noga. Excerpt (photocopy). “The Man In The Pink Raincoat” (1990). Ha-kibbutz Ha-meuhad. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Husain, Rashid. Poem (photocopy). “Lessons in Parsing”. Translated by Abdullah Al-Udhari. [New Writing from the Middle East (1978)]. Pg. [70]-71.
   
  K
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Excerpt (photocopy). “Beersheba, Capital of the Negev”, from “Under One Roof”. Translated by Ruth Mortel. Ha-kibbutz Ha-meuhad, Tel Aviv.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Excerpt (photocopy). “Heart if Summer, Heart of Light”.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Short story (photocopy). “Scenes From The House Of The Light Blue Stairs”. Translated by Judith Maro. Text in English and Hebrew.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Short story (photocopy). “First Axioms”. Translated by Sonia Grober.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Short story (photocopy). “The Man Who Lives On A Star”. Translated by Tudor Parfitt.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Short story (photocopy). “The House With The Distempered Sky-Blue Stairs”. Translated by Riva Rubin.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Short story (photocopy). “N’ima Sassoon Writes Poems” (1966). Translated by Arthur Jacobs.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Short story (photocopy). “I’m Not Paralyzed, You’re Not Mute”. Translated by Jeffrey M. Green.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Short story (photocopy). “A Bridal Veil”. Translated by Raya and Nimrod Jones.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Typescript (photocopy). “With Her On Her Way Home”.
   
  Kanazi, George. Essay (photocopy). “The Problem of Identity in the Literature of the Israeli Arabs”. [Essay is an excerpt from “Every Sixth Israeli” (1973), collection of essays, Daf-Chen Press, Jerusalem. Editor: Aluf Har-Even.] 
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Newspaper article. “Asfan ve’omanut al gvul ha’Levanon” [Collector and Art on the Lebanon Border]. Yoram Kaniuk writes about Irwin T. Holtzman. Ma’ariv [daily Israeli newspaper], May 14, 1982. Written in Hebrew. Translation included by Irwin T. Holtzman.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Typescript. “Yovi, Pebble and the Elephant”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Ramat-Gan.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Typescript (photocopy). “The House Where Cockroaches Live To A Ripe Old Age”. Translated by Yoram and Miranda Kaniuk.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Short story (article). “Of Gentleness Cast”. Shdemot, Literary Digest of the Kibbutz Movement, Winter 1974-75. No. II. Pg. 5-8.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Essay (magazine article). “Ketah M’Soos Etz” [The Curious Case of the Wooden Horse]. Pahad[Fear] Magazine, April 1984. No. 3. Pg. 6-7. Editor: Michel Opatowski. Written in Hebrew. 
   
  Kenan, Amos. Newspaper article. “A Political Fantasy: Inside Ariel Sharon’s Head”. The Nation, September 11, 1982. Pg. [193] and 198.   
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Typescript (photocopy). “The Three-Legged Chicken”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Ramat-Gan.
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Typescript (photocopy). “Musical Moment”. Translated by Betsy Rosenberg. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Ramat-Gan. 
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Typescript (photocopy). “After The Holidays”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Typescript (photocopy). “Heart Murmur”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Ramat-Gan.
   
  Koren, Yeshayahu. Short story (photocopy). “Matchstick Boats”. Translated by Dalya Bilu.
   
  Koren, Yeshayahu. Typescript (photocopy). “Matchstick Boats”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  L
   
  Lazar, David. Typescript (photocopy). “Chapter 3: UXMAL”. Translated by Ori Bernstein.
   
  Lazar, David. Typescript (photocopy). [untitled]. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Le Gassick, Trevor. Essay (journal article, photocopy). “The Image of the Jew in Modern Arabic Fiction”. Michigan Quarterly Review, [Spring 1982]. Pg. 249-267.
   
  Levin, Hanoch. Play script (photocopy). “Hefetz, or Thing of Fortune”.
   
  Levin, Hanoch. Play script (photocopy). “The Sorrows of Job”. Translated by Barbara Harshav. Tel Aviv Books, Tel Aviv.
   
  Levin, Hanoch. Play script (photocopy). “The Labor of Life”. Tel Aviv Books, Tel Aviv.
   
  Levin, Hanoch. Play script (photocopy). “Yaakobi and Leidental”. Tel Aviv Books, Tel Aviv.
   
  Levin, Hanoch. Typescript (photocopy). “The Eternal Invalid and The Beloved”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Levin, Hanoch. Short story (photocopy). “Pushing A Wife Off A Chair”, from “The Gigolo From The Congo and Other Characters” (1994). Ha-Kibbutz Ha-meuhad[Israeli publishing House]/ Siman Kriah[Israeli Literary Magazine], Tel Aviv. 
   
  Levin, Hanoch. Short story (photocopy). “Pshishpash’s Plight”. Translated by Mira Bar-Hillel.
   
  Levin, Hanoch. Short story (photocopy). “A Marriage Proposal” (1986). Ha-Kibbutz Ha-meuhad/ Siman Kriah, Tel Aviv.
   
  M
   
  Megged, Aharon. Excerpt (magazine article). “London”, excerpt from “The Richter File”. Translated by Robert Whitehill. Moment Magazine, April 1978/Nisan 5738. Vol. 3, No. 5. Pg. 56-63.
   
  Michael, Sammy. Typescript (photocopy). “A Handful of Fog”.
   
  Michael, Sammy. Typescript. “Refuge” [Ch. 1-11]. Translated by Eduard Grossman. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.  Am Oved Publishers, Ltd.
   
  Michael, Sammy. Typescript. “Refuge” [Ch. 12-24]. Translated by Eduard Grossman. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.  Am Oved Publishers, Ltd.
   
  Miran, Reuben. Typescript (photocopy). “The Captain from No. 7 King Solomon Street”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv. 
   
  Miran, Reuben. Typescript (photocopy). “Tzipori”. Translated by Dalya Bilu.
   
  Murar, Mustafa. Short story (magazine article, photocopy). “Obituaries of eminent Men”. Translated by Munir Shareef. [Ariel Magazine, 1978, 45/46]. Pg. 203-208.
   
  N
   
  Naffaa’, Muhammad. Short story (magazine article, photocopy). “The Mare”. Translated by Munir Shareef. [Ariel Magazine, 1978, 45/46]. Pg. 193-199.
   
   
  O
   
  Orlev, Uri. Poem. “The Story of A King, A Queen, And A Cock”. “ Translated by Hillel Halkin.
   
  Orpaz, Yitzhak. Essay (magazine article). “Eretz Ha-e Resene’im” [That World Is Serious]. Pahad[Fear] Magazine, 1985. No. 4. Editor: Michel Opatowski. Hebrew. [Pg. 5]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Orpaz, Yitzhak. Typescript (excerpt, photocopy). “Tomozhenna Street” [Pg. 1-11]. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv. 
   
  Orpaz, Yitzhak. Typescript (photocopy). “Tomozhenna Street”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv. 
   
  Oz, Amos. Essay (excerpt, photocopy). “Amos Oz” writes about “what books…? And why?”. Essay is an excerpt from For The Love of Books (1999), edited by Ronald Schwartz.
   
Box Folder/Description
4 Oz, Amos. Short story (magazine article). “Nomad and Viper”. Translated by Uzy Nystar. Israel Magazine, The Israel Independent Monthly, 1970. Vol. 2, No. 12. Pg. 71-79.
   
  Oz, Amos. Short stories (magazine article). “Ivan Illitch’s Syllogism”. “And So The Simple Question Presents Itself”. Translated by Nicholas de Lange. Harper’s Magazine, September 1978. Pg. 74-75.
   
  Oz, Amos. Essay (magazine article). “Kibbutz”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. Moment Magazine, April 1978/ Nisan 5738. Vol. 3, No. 5. Pg. 54-55.
   
  Oz, Amos. Short stories (magazine article). “Bird’s-Eye View”; “Question In A Dream”; “Questions And Answers”. All translated by Nicholas de Lange.Moment Magazine, November 1982/ Cheshvan 5748. Vol. 7, No. 10. Pg. 17-18.
   
  Oz, Amos. Manuscript page (hand-written). “My Michael”, pg. 227 (1968).
   
  Oz, Amos. Book (photocopy). “Strange Fire” (1964).
   
  Oz, Amos. Essay. “Autobiographical Sketch” (Kibbutz Hulda, November 30, 1975). Translated by Zephyra Porat.  Specially prepared for the H.W. Wilson’s “World Authors Lexicon”. Inscribed by author.
   
  Oz, Amos. Essay (magazine article). “Homeland: Tragic Conflict of Two Rights”. Jewish Heritage, Special Israel Issue, Spring 1973. Pg. 6-17.
   
  Oz, Amos. Novella (magazine article, photocopy). “Crusade”. Commentary Magazine, August 1971. Vol. 52, No. 2. Pg. 42-[60].
   
  Oz, Amos. Story (magazine article, photocopy). “Stefa and Pomeranz-A Story. Commentary Magazine, August 1974. Vol. 58, No. 2. Pg. 41-47.
   
  P
   
  Peres, Shimon. Essay (journal article). “A Strategy for Peace in the Middle East”. Foreign Affairs, Spring 1980. Pg. [887]-901.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Speech (booklet). [“Shimon Peres, The President of Israel, in front of the German Budenstag for the International Holocaust Memorial Day”. Published by the Ministry of Education for the Holocaust Memorial Day 2010. Berlin, January 27, 2010.] Written in Hebrew.
   
  Potok, Chaim. Magazine article (booklet). “The Bible’s Inspired Art”. From New York Times Magazine, October 3, 1982. Booklet published by The Jewish Publication Society of America.
   
  S
   
  Senet, Yonat & Alexander. Typescript (photocopy). “Between the Dead and the Living”. Translated by Noel Canin. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Seri, Dan. Typescript (photocopy). “Grandma Sultana’s Salty Cookies”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Serri, Bracha. Typescript. “The Tear”(1989). Translated by Yaffah Berkovits.
   
  Serri, Bracha. Typescript (photocopy). “Poems”(no date). Translated by Yaffah Berkovits. “Daughter of Lot”; “A Wandering Jewess”; “And Once Again, Who Is A Jew?”; “Think of Yemima”; “The Nomad In Me”.
   
  Serri, Bracha. Typescript (photocopy). “Luxury Inside Me” (no date). Corrections by author. (Hebrew).
   
  Serri, Bracha. Typescript (photocopy). “I Am A Wandering Jew” (1987). Corrections by author. (Hebrew).
   
  Serri, Bracha. Typescript (photocopy). “And Again, Who Is A Jew?” [Metamorphosis] (1987). Corrections by author. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Typescript (photocopy). “Past Continuous”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Typescript (photocopy). “Adoshem”.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Typescript. “Past Continuous”, Part II. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Short story (journal article). “Adoshem”.Translated by Dalya Bilu. Formations, Winter 1985. Vol. 1, No. 3. Pg. 100-108.
   
  Shahar, David. Essay (journal article). [“A Jewish Book”]. Jewish Heritage Review, 1975. No. 1. B’nai B’rith Department of Adult Jewish Education. Pg. 20-21.
   
  Shaked, Gershon. Critical Analysis (table of contents & excerpt, photocopy). “The Ambusher is in the Room”.
   
  Shaked, Gershon. Book Review (journal article). “Behind the Headlines (On Amos Oz’ Recent Book)”. The Jerusalem Quarterly, Winter 1979. No. 10. Pg. [64]-76. Inscribed.
   
  Shaked, Gershon. Typescript (excerpt, photocopy). “8 Great Hebrew Short Stories”, Introduction. Edited by Gershon Shaked.
   
  Shammas, Anton. Poem (magazine article, photocopy). “Goodboy”. [Ariel Magazine]45/46, 1978. Pg. 33-35.
   
  Shammas, Anton. Poem (photocopy). “Three Poems by Anton Shammas”- “Sitting on the Rail”. Translated by Betsy Rosenberg. “I Have A Drawer”. Translated by Betsy Rosenberg. “Lovelier than a Woman”. Translated by Betsy Rosenberg & Anton Shammas.
   
  Shammas, Anton. Essay (photocopy). “Israeli Literature: A 40thAnniversary Retrospective (The 92ndy, December 6 1987)”. Inscribed.
   
  Sharansky, Natan. Magazine article. “What Gorbachev Forgot”. The Jerusalem Report,July 2, 1992. Pg. 38.
   
  Shavit, Jacob. Short story (photocopy). “Dust on the Piano”. Translated by Pail Maher.
   
  Sicher, Efraim. Babel Bibliography (Draft, pin-feed computer paper).
   
  Sicher, Efraim. Bibliography. “Babel Bibliography” (2004). No. 91/100. Written in English, Russian and Hebrew.
   
  Sicher, Efraim. Bibliography. “Babel Bibliography” (2004). No. 92/100. Written in English, Russian and Hebrew.
   
  Sicher, Efraim. Bibliography (Draft). “Checklist of the works of Babel 1894-1940) and Criticism”(2004).
   
  Sicher, Efraim. Critical analysis (journal article). “Babel’s “Shy Star”: Reference, Inter-reference and Interference”. New Zealand Slavonic Journal. Vol. 36. Pg. 259-257.
   
  Sicher, Efraim. Essay (journal article). “The Trials of Isaak: A Brief Life”. Canadian Slavonic Papers/ Revue Canadienne des Slavistes, March-June, 1994. Vol. XXXVI, Nos. 1-2. Pg. [7]-42. Inscribed.
   
  Sicher, Efraim. Essay (journal article). “Isaak Babel: A Chronology”. Canadian Slavonic Papers/ Revue Canadienne des Slavistes, March-June, 1994. Vol. XXXVI, Nos. 1-2. Pg. [1]-6.
   
  Sicher, Efraim. Bibliography. “Kol Sipure Itzhak Babel” [The Complete Works of Isaak Babel]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Sicher, Efraim. Proposal for Research Grant. “Book Proposal: Babel in Context: The Relation of a Soviet Jewish Writer to Jewish Culture” (August 18, 2004). Inscribed.
   
  Sigad, Ron. Typescript. “The Country” (1978). Sifriat Poalim[Israeli publishing house], Tel Aviv.
   
  T
   
  Tameyet, Tamir. Play script. “Netelah Sh’horah” [A Black Hand Washing Cup]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Tammuz, Benjamin. Short story (photocopy). “An Enigma”. Translated by Joseph Schacter.
   
  Telpaz, Gideon. Short story (magazine article, photocopy). “My Shadow Rests On Another Wall”. Short Story International.Pg. 1-14.
   
  Telpaz, Gideon. Short story (magazine article, photocopy). “Disgrace”. Short Story International.Pg. 1-14.
   
  Telpaz, Gideon. Short story (magazine article, photocopy). “Four Camels Out of the Desert”. Partisan Review Magazine.Pg. 1-13.
   
  Telpaz, Gideon. Short story (magazine article, photocopy). “Issa’s Submarine Base”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. [Present Tense Magazine].Pg. 1-4.
   
  Tsalka, Dan .Typescript (photocopy). “The Banquet”. Translated by Dalya Bilu. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Tuqan, Fadwa. Poem (photocopy). “Diary of A Palestinian Wound”.
   
  V
   
  Vigee, Claude. Prose and Poems (journal article). “The Art of Poetry”; Two Poems: “Song of Occident”; “The Wanderer”. Translated by Anthony Rudolf. The Jewish Quarterly, Winter 1971/72. Vol. 9, No. 4.
   
  W
   
  Wallach, Yona. Typescript (poems, photocopy). [Some poems in collection untitled]. “My Sins”; “I am the Hold Virgin”, “A Grizzly She-Bear Reared Me”; “We Were Ready For It”; “On the Sea”; “Never Will I Ever Hear the Sweet Voice of God”; “Suddenly I Become”; “All The”; “Coming Near”; “Vampire Couple”; “There There Are”; “Yonatan”; “Christina”; “When the Angels Are Fagged”; “Lota”; “And That’s Not What’ll”; Cruel Heart”; “As White”; “Poem Before My Sleep”; “A Good Man Loves Pitya”; “My Father and My Mother Went Out to Hunt”; “Gogol’s Doll”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Weiseltier, Meir. Manuscript page (hand-written). [“Sonnet for my Birthday”]. Written in Hebrew. Inscribed.
   
  Weiseltier, Meir. Cover page (photocopy). “The New Poetry (1962-1977): Five Younger Israeli Poets”. Translated by Harold Schimmel. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv.
   
  Weiseltier, Meir. Poem. “Ecology” (1975). Translated by the author, Curtis Arson and Russel Carlisle. Written in Hebrew and English.
   
  Weiseltier, Meir. Short Story (magazine article). “A Tale of Yitzchak”. Translated by Harold Shimmel. Moment Magazine, November 1982. Vol. 17, No. 10. Pg. 36-40.
   
  Wolf, Artur. Song sheet. “Palestinian Song”. Arranged for voice and piano by Artur Wolf.
   
  Wolf, Artur. Song sheet. “Palestinian Song”. Arranged for voice and piano by Artur Wolf.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Book (photocopy). “Early in the Summer of 1970”. [Translated by Miriam Arad and Pauline Shrier].
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Short story (magazine article). “Missile Base 612”. Translated by Miriam Arad. Moment Magazine, December 1975. Vol. 1, No. 5.Pg. 33-48.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Typescript. “Three Days and a Child”. Translated by Miriam Arad. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Typescript. “A Long Hot Day, His Despair, His Wife and His Daughter”. Translated by Miriam Arad. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Typescript. “Flood Tide”. Translated by Miriam Arad. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Typescript. “Facing The Forests”. Translated by Miriam Arad. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Typescript. “A Poet’s Continuing Silence”. Translated by Miriam Arad. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Novella (magazine article, photocopy). “Early in the Summer of 1970”Commentary Magazine, March 1973. Vol. 55, No. 3. Pg. 38-52.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Story (magazine article, photocopy). “The Last Commander-A Story By A.B. Yehoshua”. Translated by Pauline Shier. Present Tense Magazine, Winter 1976. Vol. 3, No. 2. Pg. 51-58.
   
  Z
   
  Zemach, Shlomo. Offprint. “Frist Year”. The Jerusalem Quarterly, Summer 1978. No .8. Published by the Middle East Institute, Jerusalem.
   
   
Series III: Working Files
   
These are the files containing information about an individual author, artist, political figure, or musician that Mr. Holtzman used in the building of his collections. They encompass all aspects of information about the featured person, including newspaper articles, magazine articles, events they attended, publication announcements, flyers, posters, bibliographies, criticisms, essays, photographs and biographies. They are organized by the last name of the person. Mr. Holtzman’s personal notes and checklists on authors/works, which he used in the creation of his Checklist are also included here under the authors. Holtzman’s personal notes and checklists, which didn’t pertain to one specific author, as well as his personal bibliographies on Arabic literature, are included in his personal series, Series V, under bibliographies.
   
Notes: Files organized alphabetically by last name. All periodicals in each individual’s file are in chronological order. Catalogues and bibliographies featuring works by more than one author are in this series in the Miscellaneous Folder.
   
Note: Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. Different categories: Titles printed on white paper: Special Institute project-translation and full promotion through the Institute. Titles printed on colored paper: The Institute acts as agent on behalf of the translation copyright owners.
   
Note: All posters located in Map Case, MSS 211 Holtzman
   
Box Folder/Description
5 A
   
  Abbasi, Muhmud. Magazine article (excerpt). [no title]. Menachem Begin recognizes Abbasi for receiving the 1983 Prime Minister’s Prize for Arabic Literature. Ibn, [Summer 1983]. Pg. 17.
   
  Abu Hanah, Hanah. Photograph.
   
  Abu Hanah, Hanah. Photograph.
   
  Abu Salem, Francois. Newspaper article (excerpt). “A Palestinian’s Message” by Grossman. [The Jerusalem Post International Edition], [October 2-8, 1983]. Pg. 17.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Publication announcement. “A Simple Story” (1968). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Publication announcement. The Jewish Publication Societyannounces publication of “Atem R’eetem” by Shmuel Yosef Agnon.
   
  Agnon, S.Y.  Publication announcement (flyer). “Schocken Books is the Sole American Publisher of S.Y. Agnon, co-winner of the 1966 Nobel Prize”.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Bibliography. “S.J. Agnon’s Works in English Translation- A Selected Bibliography” by Dr. Jacob Kabakoff.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Newspaper article. “Agnon’s World” by Sraya Shapiro. TheJerusalem Post International Edition, October 17, 1978. Pg. 16.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Newspaper article. “ Israeli Stamp Honors Nobel Laureate Agnon”. The Detroit Jewish News, July 3, 1981. Pg. 62.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Newspaper article. “A House Is Saved” by Benny Morris. TheJerusalem Post International Edition, March 21-27, 1982.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Newspaper article. “Agnon Remembered” by Misha Louvish. TheJerusalem Post International Edition, week ending February 18, 1995. Pg. 15.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Newspaper article. “Israel’s First Nobel Laureate: The Story of How S.Y. Agnon Heard the News”. The Jerusalem Post- Weekly Overseas Edition, October 24, 1966. Pg. 2 & 6.
   
  Agnon, S.Y. Newspaper article. “A ‘Crazy’ Dog Has His Say In Agnon’s Surreal Epic” by Alan Mintz. Forward, May 19, 2000. Pg. 11-12.
   
  Al Kassim, Samih. Photograph.
   
  Al Kassim, Samih. Photograph.
   
  Alkalay-Gut, Karen. Newspaper article. “Rocking to the Meter of Verse” by Arlynn Nelhaus. TheJerusalem Post International Edition, Week ending March 27, 1993.Pg. 16.
   
  Almog, Ruth. Publication announcement. “Death in the Rain” (1982). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Almog, Ruth. Publication announcement. “Roots of Light” (1987). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Aloni, Nissim. Publication announcement. “The Owl” (1975). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Aloni, Shulamit. Event (flyer). “Come and Hear Shulamit Aloni, The Voice of Civil Liberties in Israel speak about: “Peace and the Future of Israel”. Birmingham Temple, November 18 [no year].
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Critical analysis (excerpt). “Poetic and Dramatic Elements in the Children’s Literature of Yehuda Amichai” by Menucha Gilboa. Excerpt taken from [“The Experienced Soul: Studies in Amichai” (1977). Editor: Glenda Abramson]. Pg. 149-159. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Essay. “The Search for Yehuda Amichai”, Bar-Mitzvah speech of Jordan Kramer.
  - Included: Invitation and reminder for Bar-Mitzvah.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Interview (photocopy). “Poets’ Conversation on Themselves and on Their Writing- An Interview with Yehuda Amichai” by Jacob Resser. [Translated by Paul Maher].
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Bibliography. “Yehuda Amichai: A list of his writings and reviews about him” by Paul Maher. Written in Hebrew and English.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Bibliography. [Works and criticisms in periodicals].
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Bibliography. “Yehuda Amichai- A Checklist of Books in English, 1968-1984”. Autographed.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Bibliography. “Yehuda Amichai- In Hebrew & In English- A Catalogue Check List, 1955-1975”. Autographed.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Bibliography. [“Yehuda Amichai- Checklist of Books In Hebrew- July 13, 1977]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Bibliography. [Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes & checklists for Amichai].
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Bibliography (photocopy). Library catalogue cards.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Photograph. Autographed.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (article). “Cultural Commission Yehuda Amichai- March 2- A Poet in Israel”. Congregation Shaarey Zedek newsletter, “The Recorder”, February 27, 1976. Vol. XXXXVI, No. 13.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (flyer). “Yehuda Amichai” at Congregation Shaarey Zedek, March 2nd. Written in Hebrew and English.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (flyer). “Yehuda Amichai- The Eminent Israeli Poet and Novelist” at Congregation Shaarey Zedek, March 2nd.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (flyer, photocopy). “Yehuda Amichai- Israel’s Leading Poet” at Temple Beth El, October 17, 1993.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (flyer). “Symposium on Trends in Contemporary Israeli Literature” at The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, November 6, 1977.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (flyer). “Yehuda Amichai- Renowned Israeli Poet & Israeli Editor of the Jewish Poetry Series” at The Jewish Book Fair of The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit, November 2, 1980.
  - Included: TV and Radio Spot Announcements for The Jewish Book Fair of The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit, November 2, 1980.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (newsletter). “Books: Our Heritage- 29thAnnual Jewish Book Fair”. Yehuda Amichai on Hebrew Poetry, at The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit. 3:00 PM, November 2, 1980.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (magazine). “Books: Our Heritage- 29thAnnual Jewish Book Fair”- Yehuda Amichai, November 2. The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit News Magazine, November 1980. Vol. 80, No. 10. Pg. 3
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (pamphlet). “Poetry in Public Places: Poetry and the Fall”, reading of Amichai’s poetry by Lawrence Joseph, September 23, 1988.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (flyer). Maximus & co. Booksellers, Inc.present a night of readings by Yehuda Amichai, February 6, 1984.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event (flyer). “Spring Lecture Series” at Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. News release. “Yehuda Amichai”. The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. News release. “First English Volume of Yehuda Amichai’s Short Stories”. The Jewish Publication Society of America.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Publication announcement (flyer). Land Marks Press announces the second limited edition publication in an ongoing series focusing on Israeli writers. “I Am Sitting Here Now” by Yehuda Amichai available January 1995.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Publication announcement. “Selected Poems”. The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Magazine article (photocopy). “Children and Lovers- On Yehuda Amichai’s Poetic Works” by Warren Bargad. Midstream, A Monthly Jewish Review, October 1975. Pg. 50- 58.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Magazine article (book review). “Amen” [no author]. Publishers Weekly Magazine, May 9, 1977. Pg. 90.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Magazine advertisement for “Time” by Yehuda Amichai. The American Zionist, June-July 1979. Pg. 9. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Magazine (article). “Honorary Doctorates and Prizes at Convocation”. Hebrew University News, Spring 1990. Pg. 2. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Magazine article. “He Captured the Jewish Soul” by Rochelle Furstenberg. The Jerusalem Report Magazine, March 12, 1992. Pg. 32. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Magazine article. “We Cannot Be Fooled, We Can Be Fooled” by C. K. Williams. The New Republic Magazine,July 3, 2000. Pg. 29-33.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Online magazine article. “Yehuda Amichai, the people’s poet, laid to rest” by Saguy Geren. Ha’aretz [daily Israeli newspaper], September 25, 2000.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Magazine article. “Letter From…Jerusalem” by Peter Cole. TLS [The Times Literary Supplement] Magazine, September 29, 2000.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Magazine article (advertisement). “The Griffin Poetry Prize Announces Shortlisted Books for 2001- Open Closed Open- Yehuda Amichai”. TLS [The Times Literary Supplement] Magazine, April 6, 2001. Pg. 15-16.
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (event). “Yehuda Amichai as a Modern Israeli Poet” lecture by Arthur Lesley [Assistant Professor of Hebrew Literature], at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, January 19 [no year]. [Article cut out from newspaper, no publication]
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “Library of Congress Honors Yehuda Amichai”. [Article cut out from newspaper, no publication, no date].
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “Harper & Row Publishers Inc. Congratulates its Authors Honored by the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters- Yehuda Amichai-Newly Elected Foreign Honorary Member”. [Article cut out from newspaper, no publication, no date].
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (event). “Israel’s Master Poet- Yehuda Amichai- Poetry Readings & Reflections on Poetry” at Wayne State University, September 12, 1989. [Article cut out from newspaper, no publication, no date].
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “The God of Small Things” by Jonathan Wilson. [Article cut out from newspaper, no publication, no date]. Pg. 20. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “Is Amichai Tired?” by Cutis Arnson. [TheJerusalem Post International Edition], October 3, 1972.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “It’s a Pretty Hard Life for the Egyptian Student of Hebrew” by Nissim Rejwan. [The Jerusalem Post International Edition, May 20, 1975]. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (event). “Amichai, Famed Israel Poet, Here for Lectures at Shaarey Zedek” [no author]. The Detroit Jewish News, February 27, 1976. Pg. 42.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (book review, photocopy). “Hebrew, Arabic and Death” by M.I. Rosenthal. [Sunday New York Times, July 3, 1977].
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “Entangled Hearts” by Howard Schwartz. The Jerusalem Post International Edition,August 30, 1977. Pg. 11.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “Yehuda Amichai, Acclaimed as Leading Poet of Israel” [no author].The Detroit Jewish News, September 30, 1977. Pg. 4. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (interview). “A Way To Reality” by Howard Schwartz. The Jerusalem Post Magazine, February 17, 1978. Pg. 8.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (interview). “The Poet as a Best-Seller” by Howard Schwartz. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, February 21, 1978. Pg. 11.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “Yehuda Amichai Gains Stature With ‘Time’, Collected Poems” [no author]. The Detroit Jewish News, March 9, 1979. Pg. 4.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (photocopy). “Amichai Stories Reminiscent of Classic E..E. Cummings Novel” by Joseph Cohen. The Detroit Jewish News, [ December 7, 1984].
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “War-What Is It Good For? Yehuda Amichai Makes Peace With The Past” by Matthew Flamm. The Voice News, April 14, 1987. Pg. 54-55.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “Power of Imagination” by Benny Morris. The Jerusalem Post 40thIndependence Day Magazine- International Edition, April 20, 1988. Pg. 18-19.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (interview). “It’s Time To Get On The Bus” by Lev Bearfield . The Jerusalem Post International Edition, Week ending June 16, 1990.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (interview). “Poems Prayers and Psalms” by Aloma Halter . The Jerusalem Post International Edition, Week ending August 10, 1991. Pg. 12.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “Opening Up the Great Human Emotions” by Adam Kirsch. Forward, May 5, 2000. Pg. 11-12. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article. “Yehuda Amichai, Poet Who Turned Israel’s Experience Into Verse, Dies at 76” by Mel Gussow . The New York Times, September 23, 2000. Pg. B26. 
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Newspaper article (book review). “Sentenced to Reality” by Anthony Hecht . The New York Review, November 2, 2000. Pg. 53-55.
   
  Amichai, Yehuda. Event Poster. “Yehuda Amichai, The Eminent Israeli Poet and Novelist”. Tuesday, March 2: Contemporary Israeli Literature, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Southfield. Wednesday, March 3: Contemporary Israeli Literature, Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Southfield and Wayne State University. 11” w X 17” h. Located in Map Case. 2 posters autographed by author.
  Appelfeld, Aharon. News release (flyer). “Aharon Appelfeld- The Holocaust and Beyond” critical analysis of Appelfeld by Gila Ramras-Rauch. Indiana University Press.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Event (flyer). “Aharon Appelfeld speaking on ‘My Life, My Work’” at Temple Beth El, April 17, 1994.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Event (flyer). “Aharon Appelfeld speaking on ‘My Life, My Work’” [at Temple Beth El], April 17, 1994.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Event (flyer). “The Freedom of the Individual in Society” a panel discussion with international writers. The Jerusalem International Book Fair, April 8, 1997.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Event (flyer). “Aharon Appelfeld- The Israeli Writer: My Life, My Work” at The 30thAnnual Jewish Book Fair of The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit, November 22, 1981.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on Appelfeld and his works.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Bibliography.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Bibliography. “Books in Hebrew and English, 1962-1994”, a checklist from the collection of Irwin T. and Shirley Holtzman.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Newspaper article (book review). “Novels of Other Times and Places” by Irving Howe. The New York Times, November 23, 1980. Pg. ‘Section 7 cover page’ & continued on pg. 60.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Newspaper article (book review). “Books of The Times” by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt. The New York Times, December 9, 1980. Pg. C9.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Newspaper article (book review). “A Fable of Innocence and Survival” by Joyce Carol Oates.The New York Times, February 27, 1983. Pg. 9.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Newspaper article. “Mother and Son, Lost in a Continent” by Robert Alter.The New York Times, November 2, 1986. Pg. ‘section 7 cover page’ & continued on pg. 28.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Newspaper article (book review). “Walking the Way of the Survivor” by Philip Roth.The New York Times, February 28, 1988. Pg. 9.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Newspaper article (book review). “Our Daughter Needs a Complete Cure” by Lore Segal.The New York Times, September 23, 1990. Pg. 11.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Newspaper article (interview). “Appelfeld: The Man Who Helps the Words Escape” by Aloma Halter. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, week ending September 28, 1991. Pg. 16-17.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Newspaper article (book review). “The Only Redemption Was in the Heart” by Judith Grossman.The New York Times, September 27, 1992. Pg. 9.
   
  Appelfeld, Aharon. Newspaper article (book review). “Let Memory Speak” by Eva Hoffman.The New York Times, January 23, 1994. Pg. 5-6.
   
  Avidan, David. Bibliography (photocopy). Library catalogue cards.
   
  Avidan, David. Bibliography. “Now Tel Aviv” multi-purpose editorial group. Editor: David Avidan.
   
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  Bar-Yosef, Hamutal. Business card.
   
  Bar-Yosef, Hamutal. Critical analysis. “Kolah ha’cham ve ha’chacham shel Hamutal Bar-Yosef” [The Warm and Smart Voice of Hamutal Bar-Yosef] by Assaf Inbari. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Bar-Yosef, Hamutal. Publication announcement (order form). Carmel Publishing House announces the publication of “Kriot u-shrikot” [Howling and Whistling] (2005). Index from book on back.
   
  Bar-Yosef, Yehoshua. Magazine article. “Noted”- death of Bar-Yosef. [The Jerusalem Report Magazine,November 5, 1992]. Pg. 53.
   
  Bar-Yosef, Yehoshua. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on Bar-Yosef and his works.
  Bar-Yosef, Yehoshua. Publication announcement (flyer). “Magic City”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Bartov, Hanoch. Publication announcement. “In The Middle Of It All” (1984). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Bartov, Hanoch. Newspaper article. “The Soldier Who Was Blamed” by Benny Morris. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, February 25-March 3, 1979. Pg. 15.
   
  Bartov, Hanoch. Newspaper article. “The Story Flows” by S.T. Meravi. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, September 2-8, 1979. Pg. 18.
   
  Bartov, Hanoch. Newspaper article. “Being and Becoming” by Moshe Kohn. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, week ending June 4, 1988. Pg. 15-16.
   
  Bartov, Hanoch. Newspaper article. “An Eretz Yisreal Jew” by Barry Davis. The International Jerusalem Post, April 16-22, 2010. Pg. 26.
   
  Bat-Shahar, Hannah. Publication announcement (flyer). “Calling the Bats” (1990). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
  Be’er, Haim. Name tag. “Haim Be’er- Ben Gurion University of the Negev”. University of Pennsylvania.
   
  Be’er, Haim. Publication announcement. “Feathers” (1979). Translated by Hillel Halkin. University Press of New England.
   
  Be’er, Haim. Publication announcement. “The Time of Trimming” (1987); “Feathers” (1979). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Be’er, Haim. Publication announcement. “The Time of Trimming” (1987). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Be’er, Haim. Critical analysis (excerpt, photocopy). “Day to Day Delights by Haim Be’er” by Edna Sharoni. Critical analysis is an excerpt from a book [unidentified]. Pg. 20-23.
   
  Be’er, Haim. Newspaper article (interview). “The Meaning of Feathers” by Mark Segal. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, April 20-26, 1980. Pg. 14-15.
   
  Be’er, Haim. Newspaper article (interview). “The Art of Tempting Memory to Speak” by Benjamin Balint. Forward, April 23, 2004. Pg. 11.
   
  Begin, Menachem. Magazine article (catalogue numbers, excerpt). Catalogue numbers for “The Revolt”. Cut from Weekly Record, April 3, 1978.
   
  Bellow, Saul. Newspaper article. “To Jerusalem and Back” by Irving Howe. The New York Times, October 17, 1976. Pg. 1-2.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Receipt. Irwin T. Holtzman sends Ben-Amotz books . Rizzoli Bookstores. Receipt # 20703.
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Receipt. Irwin T. Holtzman sends Ben-Amotz books . Rizzoli Bookstores. Receipt # 20705.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Essay (excerpt, photocopy). [excerpt from Literature outside U.S.S.R. (1975)]. Pg. 227-230. Written in Russian.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Magazine article. “Israel Postscript: Two Writers” by D.N.M. Publishers Weekly Magazine, June 1971. Pg. 31-32.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article (photocopy). “Of Things Past” by Gil Goldfine. [The Jerusalem Post Magazine]. No date.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Lessons of Holocaust, Survival in JPS Novel” by David Friedman. The Detroit News, September 6, 1974. Pg. 50.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Israel Under Heavy Criticism” by Moshe Ron. [The Jewish News, December 6, 1974].
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Israeli ‘Things’ with Message” by Marji Kunz. The Detroit Free Press, September 17, 1975. Pg. 1C- 5C.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Ben-Amotz’ Mini Museum” by Gil Goldfine. The Jerusalem Post Magazine, April 27, 1979. Pg. 17.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Rose-Coloured Memories” by Mendel Kohansky. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, January 11-17, 1981. Pg. 15.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Shir Lamet Be’terem Ya’moot” [A Song to the Dead Man Before He Dies] by Yosef Lapid. Ma’ariv [daily Israeli newspaper], April 14, 1989. Pg. 3B. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Dahn Ben-Amotz’’s Irreverent Farewell” by Lisa Samin. The Detroit Jewish News, September 29, 1989. [Pg. 132].
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Dahn Ben-Amotz, Palmahnik, Dies” by Robert Rosenberg. [The Jerusalem Post International Edition], week ending October 28, 1989.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Dahn In The Sewers” by A.B. Safrai. [The Jerusalem Post International Edition], week ending February 1, 1992.
   
  Ben-Amotz, Dahn. Newspaper article. “Biographer Portrays Writer Ben-Amotz As A Pedophile” by Sarah Honig. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, [January 25, 1992].
   
  Ben-Ezer, Ehud. Publication announcement. “In the Shadows of Orchards and Volcano”. The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Ben-Ezer, Ehud. Publication announcement. “The Quarry” (1963). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Ben-Ezer, Ehud. Publication announcement. “Sailing in a Watermelon Shell” (1987). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Ben-Ezer, Ehud. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on Ben-Ezer and his works.
   
  Ben-Gurion, David. Essay (booklet). “David Ben-Gurion Ve-darko el ha-medina” (1977) [David Ben-Gurion and His Way to the State].  By Arieh Horshi. From the school newspaper, El Ha’ofek, from Katzenelson [school] in Hulon, Israel.  Written in Hebrew.
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. Publication announcement (flyer). “Rustic Sunset” (1976). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. Critical analysis (excerpt, photocopy). “Stories of Compelling Realism” by Robert Whitehill. Analysis is an excerpt from a book [unidentified]. Pg. 35-38.
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. Event (announcement). “TV and Radio Spot Announcement” for Yitzhak Ben-Ner’s discussion “The Various Roles of the Israeli Author”, November 11, 1979. 28thAnnual Jewish Book Fair at the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit.
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. Event (flyer). “The Various Roles of the Israeli Author”. 28thAnnual Jewish Book Fair at the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit. November 11, 1979.
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. News release (flyer). “Yitzhak Ben-Ner” at Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit, November 11, 1979.
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on Ben-Ner and his works.
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. Bibliography. Am Oved Publishers.
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. Newspaper article. “Keter’s Drive For World Markets” by Harold M. Blumberg. Jerusalem Post International Edition, December28, 1980- January 2, 1981.
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. Newspaper article. “Resisting Fatalism” by Rochelle Furstenberg. [The Jerusalem Post Magazine, April 10, 1981].
   
  Ben-Ner, Yitzhak. Newspaper article. “Literary Prizes for 1981” [no author]. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, November 22-28, 1981.
   
  Bergman, Tamer. Publication announcement. “The Boy from “Over There”” (1983). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Birger, Zev. Newspaper article. “Zev Birger, 85; Revived Jerusalem Book Fair” by Isabel Kershner. [No publication name/ date included].
   
  Birstein, Yossl. Publication announcement. “The Collector” (1983). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Birstein, Yossl. Publication announcement. “A Drop of Silence” (1986). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Birstein, Yossl. Publication announcement. “A Dark Bird on the Road” (1989). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Birstein, Yossl. Publication announcement. “A Face in the Cloud” (1991). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Brenner, Yosef Haim. Publication announcement. “Breakdown and Bereavement” (1920). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
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  Carmi, T. Publication announcement. “At The Stone of Losses”. CAL Paperbacks.
   
  Carmi, T. Bibliography. “Biographical Data”.
   
  Carmi, T. Bibliography. [Published works].
   
  Carmi, T. Newspaper article. “A Poet’s Apology” by Uri Sahn. The Jerusalem Post Weekly, November 19, 1974. Pg. 13.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Publication announcement (photocopy). “Where Am I” (1990). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Publication announcement. “Where Am I” (1990). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Publication announcement. “Unbidden Stories”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Castel-Bloom, Orly. Newspaper article. “Orly City” by Wendy Zierler. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, week ending June 27, 1992. Pg. 12C. [excerpt from “Where Am I” on pg. 12B].
   
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  Daoud, Siham. Photograph.
   
  Daoud, Siham. Photograph.
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Bibliography. “Mahmoud Darwish Collections in the British Library”.
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Magazine article. “In Memoriam- Mahmoud Darwish, 1941-2008”. [Article cut out from newspaper, no publication, no date]. Pg. 95.
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Magazine article. “Bedside Stories” by Tom Hill. [TLS (The Times Literary Supplement) Magazine, March 17, 2006].
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Magazine article. “11.08.08 Ramallah” [no author]. TLS [The Times Literary Supplement] Magazine, August 15, 2008.
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Magazine article (photograph and inset). “National Poet” [photograph title]. The Jerusalem Report Magazine, September 1, 2008. Pg. 7.
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Magazine article. “In Paris’s River” [no author]. TLS [The Times Literary Supplement] Magazine, September 26, 2008. Pg. 28.
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Newspaper article. “Poetry of Arab Pain: Are Israeli Students Ready?” by Susan Sachs. The New York Times International, March 7, 2000.
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Newspaper article. “A Poet’s Palestine as a Metaphor” by Adam Shatz. The New York Times, December 22, 2001. Pg. A17 & A19.
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Newspaper article. “Mahmoud Darwish, 67, Leading Palestinian Poet” by Ethan Bronner. [The New York Times, August 11, 2008].
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Newspaper article. “Mahmoud Darwish: If He Were Another” by Jo-Ann Mort . Forward, November 27, 2009.
   
  Darwish, Mahmoud. Poster. “Earth Poem”. Published by TR Press. Translated by Abdullah al-Udhari. Artwork by Ralph Steadman. 19 ½” w X 27” h. Located in Map Case..
   
  Dayan, Yael. Newspaper article. “Visit With Dayan’s Daughter” by Peter C. Gavrilovich. The Detroit Free Press, March 12, 1974. Pg. 4B.
   
  Dayan, Yael. Newspaper article. “Moshe Dayan’s Daughter’s Book Is A Warts-and-all Portrait Of Him” by Stephen Franklin. The Detroit Free Press, November 10, 1985. Pg. 4A.
   
  Dayan, Yael. Newspaper article (interview). “Yael Dayan: Not The Girl Next Door” by Tirzah Agassi. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, week ending May 4, 1991. Pg. 10-11.
   
  Dor, Moshe. Bibliography (excerpt, photocopy). “Published Works”. Bibliography is an excerpt from a book [unidentified]. Pg. 168-169.
   
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  Eckstein, Arieh. Publication announcement. “Aunt Esther” (1992). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Book poster. “The Fifth Heaven”. SEPARATE LOCATION?
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Book reviews (photocopies). “Shida Veshidot” [And Pleasures of Man]. “Excerpt from a review by Yocheved Bokser in ATH, December 1974”; “Excerpts from a review by Yehudit Uryan Bar-Herzl in Ma’ariv, [daily Israeli newspaper] January 1, 1975”; “Excerpts from a review by Avraham Blat in Hatzofeh, January 17, 1975”; “Excerpts from a review by Yehoshua Knaz in Ha’aretz, [daily Israeli newspaper] Fall 1974”; “Excerpts from a review by Ehud Ben Ezer in Hamishmar, December 6, 1974”.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Book review (photocopy). “Dear Reader”, review of “Shida Veshidot” [And Pleasures of Man].
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Book review (except, photocopy). [untitled], no author. Review is an excerpt. Pg. 64.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Bibliography (photocopy). Library catalogue cards.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper articles (photocopy). Right: [no title], by Miriam Arad. Jerusalem Post, [no date]; Left: “Translator’s Note on the Synopsis” by Richard Flantz. [no publication, no date].
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper article (photocopy). [no title, no author]. The New York Times Literary Supplement [TLS], September 21, 1962. No. 3, 160.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper articles (photocopy). Right: “Hitbalu Ba Sifriya” [Library Standout] by Adir Cohen. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Hebrew. Left: “Pras Brenner Le Rachel Eytan”[Rachel Eytan Wins Brenner Prize] by B. Ivron. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Hebrew. Bottom: “Le-umiyut ve Ma’pacha be Olam…” [Nationality and Revolution in the Land of…] [article cut] by Nissim Rajuan. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper articles (photocopy). Right: “[Yoman] Mafiya Rishon…Tehila” [Surprising First Diary…Beginning]. Yediot Achronot  [daily Israeli Newspaper],[no date]. Written in Hebrew. Left: “Maftiya Oti” [Surprise Me] by David Greenberg. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper article (photocopy). “Ha Yesh Od Le Safrutanu Deyucan Yehudi?” [Does Our Literature Have Any Jewish Image?] by Baruch Kortzville. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper article (photocopy). “Olam Horeg” [A Mismatched World] by Dov Ben-Ner. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper article (photocopy). “Tzar Haolam Shel Rachel Eytan” [The World of Sorrows of Rachel Eytan] [no author]. Ha’aretz [daily Israeli Newspaper],February 4, 1972. Pg. 16-17. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper article (photocopy). [no title] by Ruth Bondi. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper article (photocopy). “Ain Da’am Pinpetan Himmel” by Gittel Misel. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Yiddish.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper article (photocopy). “Rayon Im Rachel Eytan” [An Interview with Rachel Eytan” by Tchiya Adar. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Eytan, Rachel. Newspaper article (photocopy). “Al B’ne Adam Shel Mamash, Im ‘Barki Ha’Hamishi Le Rachel Eytan” [On Great Men in Rachel Eytan’s ‘The Fifth Heaven’”] by Gershon Shaked. [Publication not included, no date]. Written in Hebrew.
   
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  Feinberg, Anat. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on Feinberg and her works.
   
  Feinberg, Anat. Critical analysis (except, photocopy). “An Original Psychological Novel: Ana Feinberg’s ‘I’m Still Going To Him’” by Nilli Carmel (Flumin). MHL [Modern Hebrew Literature], Winter 1979. Pg. 29-31.
   
  Frenkel, Naomi. Newspaper article. “Rebel With A Cause” by Esther Hecht. The Jerusalem Post, January 15, 1999. Pg. 16-17.
   
  Friend, Robert. Newspaper article. “Words In A Light Wind” by Reva Sharon.The Jerusalem Post Magazine,  March 17, 1995. Pg. 25.
   
  Friend, Robert. Newspaper article. “Robert Friend, 84, Poet and Educator” [no author]. [Article cut out from newspaper, no publication, no date].
   
  G
   
  Gertz, Nurith. Event (invitation). “Generation Exchange in Hebrew Literature (the transition from the Palmach generation to the State generation)”. Lecture by Gertz at the grant distribution of the Dov Sadan fund for encouragement of literature and language research. Tel Aviv University, May 3, 1979. Written in Hebrew. 
   
  Golan, Shammai. Publication announcement. “The Death of Uri Peled” (1971). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Gormezano (Goren), Yitzhak. Publication announcement. “An Alexandrian Summer” (1978). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Gouri, Haim. Receipt. Irwin T. Holtzman sends books to Gouri. Strand Book Store Exports, Ltd. May 7, 1977
   
  Gouri, Haim. Bibliography. “Haim Gouri- A List of Hebrew Editions of His Works, 1949-1977” by Paul Maher. Ann Arbor, 1978. Written in Hebrew and English.
   
  Gouri, Haim. Bibliography (photocopy). “Collections by Haim Gouri”. [October 1996].
   
  Gouri, Haim. Bibliography (photocopy). Library catalogue cards. 
   
  Gouri, Haim. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on Gouri and his works.
   
  Gouri, Haim. Publication announcement (pamphlet). “Words in My Lovesick Blood”. Books in “Jewish Studies, 1995-96”, Wayne State University Press. Pg. 5.
   
  Gouri, Haim. Magazine article. “Writing in Hebrew, But For Whom?” by Mordechai Beck. The Jerusalem Report, May 12, 2008. Pg. 14-16.
   
  Gouri, Haim. Newspaper article. “The Road To Reconciliation” by Eetta Prince-Gibson. The International Jerusalem Post, October 20, 2000. Pg. 16-17.
   
  Govrin, Michal. Publication announcement. “Hold on to the Sun” (1984). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Greenberg, Uri Zvi. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on Greenberg and his works.
   
  Greenberg, Uri Zvi. Magazine article. “I Stir Up The Strife” by Yossi Klein Halevi. The Jerusalem Report Magazine, May 9, 1991. Pg. 36-37.
   
  Greenberg, Uri Zvi. Magazine article. “Through Storms to the Stars! The Gang in Warsaw” by Peter Manseau. PaknTreger Magazine [Yiddish Magazine], Winter 2001. Pg. 10-11.
   
  Greenberg, Uri Zvi. Newspaper article. “Fiery Poet of Israel’s National Rebirth” by Alexander Zvieli. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, May 10-16, 1981.
   
  Grossman, David. Event (flyer). “Gan Riki- A Play By The Israeli Novelist David Grossman”. Access Theater, New York. June 18-22, [1997].
   
  Grossman, David. Magazine article. “Novelist in Israel” by E.R. [Eric Rozenman, Editor]. The Near East Report, August 18, 1986. Vol. XXX, No. 32. Pg. 132.
   
  Grossman, David. Magazine article (interview). “Interview with the Controversial Israeli Author of ‘The Yellow Wind’” by Michael Lame. Resolve Magazine, Summer 1988. No. 4. Pg. 8-11.
   
  Grossman, David. Magazine article. “Magic and Catastrophe” by Hillel Halkin. The New Republic Magazine, May 15, 1989. Pg. 39-43.
   
  Grossman, David. Magazine article (interview). “David Grossman be New York- Israelim ve Palestinayim” [David Grossman in New York- Israelis and Palestinians, an interview with Meir Shalev, written by Rifka Kashton]. Galim Magazine, October, 1989. No. 3. Pg. 27- 29. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Grossman, David. Online magazine article. “David Grossman” by Michael Handelzalts. Publishers Weekly, December 14, 1990. Pg. 50-51.
   
  Grossman, David. Online magazine article. “Grossman Engrossed” by Rochelle Furstenberg. Hadassah Magazine, January 1999. Pg. 10-11.
   
  Gur, Batya. Event (itinerary). “Expo ’95: A Salute To Israeli Women”. Consulate General of Israel in New York, May 22, 1995. 
   
  Gur, Batya. Bibliography (photocopy).
   
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  Habibi, Emile. Photograph.
   
  Habibi, Emile. Photograph.
   
  Haddad, Michel. Magazine article (excerpt). [no title]. Menachem Begin recognizes Haddad for receiving the 1983 Prime Minister’s Prize for Arabic Literature. Ibn, [Summer 1983]. Pg. 17.
   
  Halkin, Hillel. Newspaper (article). “Master Translator” by S.T. Meravi. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, November 10, 1989. Pg. F-G.
   
  Hareven, Shulamit. Publication announcement. “City of Many Days” (1993). Mercury House Publishing.
   
  Hareven, Shulamit. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on Hareven and her works.
   
  Hareven, Shulamit. Magazine article. “Achieving Quality: A Profile of Shulamit Hareven” by Barbara Sofer. Jewish Book World, Spring 1994. Vol. 12, No. 1. Pg. 4.
   
  Hareven, Shulamit. Newspaper article. ‘Stumbling to Canaan” by Alan Lelchuk. [Article cut out from newspaper, no publication]. [June 12, 1988].
   
  Hareven, Shulamit. Newspaper article. “Writers Whose Fiction Stays Free of Politics” by Esther B. Fein. [The New York Times, March 17, 1992].Pg. [?]-C18.
   
  Hareven, Shulamit. Newspaper article (interview). “Words Well Chosen” by Aloma Halter. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, week ending May 16, 1992. Pg. 12A.
   
  Hendel, Yehudit. Publication announcement. “The Other Power” (1984). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Hendel, Yehudit. Publication announcement. “Small Change” (1988). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
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  Joseph, Lawrence. Newspaper article (interview). “Lawrence Joseph: Poet/Lawyer” by
  Richard Tillinghast. Michigan Today, December 1989. Vol. 21, No. 5. Pg. 1-3.
   
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  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Photograph.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Publication announcement. “Under One Roof” (1966). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Publication announcement. “And Moon in the Valley of Ajalon” (1971). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Publication announcement. “Magnetic Fields” (1977). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Publication announcement. “Up in Montifer” (1984). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Book review (excerpt, photocopy). “Up In Montifer” (1984). Review is an excerpt from a book [unidentified]. Pg. 4.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Book review (excerpt, photocopy). “With Her on Her Way Home” (1991). Review is an excerpt from a book [unidentified]. Pg. 39.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Bibliography (photocopy). “Amalia Kahana-Carmon”.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Bibliography (photocopy). “Biographical Data For: Mrs. Amalia Kahana-Carmon”. Institute for International Education.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Bibliography (photocopy). “Amalia Kahana-Carmon, Novelist (and essayist, book reviewer)”.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Bibliography (photocopy). Library catalogue cards for Kahana-Carmon and Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on the author and her works.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Critical analysis (article, photocopy). “The Life Story and the Life Within the Stories of Amalia Kahana-Carmon” by Lily Rattok. Modern Hebrew Literature, [no date]. Pg. 15-17.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Critical analysis (photocopy). “Woman is the Jew of the World” by Lily Rattok.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Critical analysis (photocopy). “Something Scorching, Almost Blinding, Passed us By” by Lily Rattok.
   
  Kahana-Carmon, Amalia. Newspaper article. “The Israeli Woman as a Writer” by Rochelle Furstenberg. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, August 10-16, 1980. Pg. 16-17.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Photograph. Autographed.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Bibliography (photocopy). Library catalogue cards for Kaniuk and Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes on the author and his works.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Magazine article (book review). “Rockinghorse” [no author]. Publishers Weekly, [no date]. Pg. 122.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Magazine article. “Introducing an Israeli Writer: Yoram Kaniuk” by Yosl Bergner. Leket, May 1976. No. 40. Pg. 4.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Newspaper article. “National Newspaper Body Names First Jew as President” [no author]. The Detroit Jewish News, August 23, 1974. Pg. 13.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Newspaper article. “Some Good Moments” by Anatole Broyard.The New York Times, November 20, 1977. Pg. 14.
   
  Kaniuk, Yoram. Newspaper article. “Rough Around the Edges” by Elaine Margolin. The International Jerusalem Post, March 25-31, 2011. Pg. 28.
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Publication announcement. “After the Holidays” (1964). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Publication announcement. “After the Holidays” (1964). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Publication announcement. “Musical Moment” (1980). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Publication announcement. “The Great Woman of the Dreams” (1986). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Publication announcement. “The Great Woman of the Dreams” (1986). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kenaz, Yehoshua. Publication announcement. “Heart Murmur” (1986). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kollek, Teddy. Photograph. Inscribed by Kollek.
   
  Kollek, Teddy. Photograph. On back: Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Photography: Baruch Rimon. Inscribed by Kollek.
   
  Kollek, Teddy. Photograph. On back: Jerusalem, May 1983, JPS Symposium, Van Leer, Dorothy Harman, Teddy Kollek. Copyright Raphael Magnes.
   
  Kollek, Teddy. Photograph.
   
  Kollek, Teddy. Photograph.
   
  Koren, Yeshayahu. Publication announcement. “Doves Don’t Fly at Night” (1989). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Koren, Yeshayahu. Publication announcement. “Midday Funeral” (1989). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Kronish, Amy W. Magazine article (book review, excerpt). “Bookshelf” by C.B.-D. A review of World Cinema: Israel. [article cut, no publication, no date].
   
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  Lapid, Shulamit. Publication announcement. “Gai Oni” (1982). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Lapid, Shulamit. Publication announcement. “As A Broken Vessel” (1984). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Lapid, Shulamit. Publication announcement. “Local Paper” (1989). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Levin, Hanoch. Publication announcement (photocopy). “A Man Stands Behind a Seated Woman” (1993); “The Gigolo from Congo and Other Characters” (1994); “The Eternal Invalid and the Beloved” (1986). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Levy, Itamar. Publication announcement. “Zelig Maintz and His Longings for Death” (1985). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Liebman, Charles. Message. Called [Irwin] Toby [Holtzman] on July 23, 1986. Contact information included.
   
  Liebman, Charles. Contact information.
   
  Liebman, Charles. Newspaper article. “Unifying Myths” by David Glanz. [No publication name/date].
   
  Liebman, Charles. Newspaper article (book review, photocopy). “Nonfiction” by David Szonyi. Review of “Civil Religion in Israel”. [No publication name/date].
   
  Liebrecht, Savyon. Publication announcement. “Apples from the Desert” (1986). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
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  Makiya, Kanan (Samir Al-Khalil). Publication announcement. Norton Book News. “Cruelty and Silence”.
   
  Makiya, Kanan (Samir Al-Khalil). Magazine article (book review, photocopy). Kirkus Reviews, March 1, 1993. “Cruelty and Silence” [no author]. [Publishers Weekly, March 1, 1993].
   
  Mansour, Atalla. Bibliography. [Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes and checklists on Mansour].
   
  Markish, David. Biography.
   
  Maudi, Yousef/ Samir. Newspaper article. “A Zionist Hero” by Jonathan Bloom. The International Jerusalem Post, January 23-29, 2009. Pg. 16-17.
   
  Megged, Aharon. Publication announcement. “Foiglman” (1987). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Megged, Matti. Biography. Detroit Zionist Federation.
   
  Michael, Sammy. Publication announcement. “Refuge” (1977). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Michael, Sammy. Publication announcement. “A Handful of Fog” (1979). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Michael, Sammy. Publication announcement. “A Trumpet in the Wadi” (1987). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Postcards. “Open Lines- The Best of Hebrew Poetry”. 20 illustrated postcards. Tel Aviv, 1991.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue (Booklet). “New Titles” (1998) by IBIS Press [Jerusalem]. “The Little Bookseller Oustaz Ali” by Ahmed Rassim; “Life Isn’t All Bike-Clips” by Dennis Silk; “From Island to Island” by Harold Schimmel; “On The Sea” poems by Yehuda Halevi; “Qasida” by Harold Schimmel; “Hezekiah’s Tunnel” by Gabriel Levin; “Costigan” by Dennis Silk.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue (Booklet). Israeli Suspense Writers, 1995-1996. The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. “Tiger Hill” by Yoram Kaniuk; “Bait”, “Local Paper”, The Jewel” by Shulamit Lapid; “A Perfect Lover” by Ruth Almog and Esther Ettinger; “Minotaur” by Benjamin Tammuz; “The Ransom” by Yoav Levitas; “Adonis” by Aryeh Sivan; “Breznitz” by Haim Lapid; “The Traitor”, “The Agent” by Yigal Lev.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Proven Authors, Proven Successes”. Sifriat Poalim[Israeli publishing house], Tel Aviv.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. [“30 Years of Children’s Literature in Israel- A Catalog” (1978). Published in Jerusalem by The Department for Culture, Unit of Public Libraries.] Written in Hebrew.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue (Booklet). “Innovators and New Arrivals- Hebrew Writers of the 80’s and 90’s”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature, 1995/96. 
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Israeli Authors, 1992-1993”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Israeli Authors, 1995-1996”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Israeli Authors, Books for Children” (1995). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. 
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Israeli Authors, Books for Children” (1996). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “New Books from Israel”. Fall 2003. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “New Books from Israel”. Fall 2007. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “New Children’s Books from Israel”. 2003. Focus on Children’s Books on the Israeli-Arab Conflict. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Children’s Books from Israel”. 2007. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Israeli Authors, Books for Children”. 2000. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Israeli Authors”. 1999-2000. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Le Journal Des Poetes” [The Journal of Poets]. March 1, 1979. 14 poets, 47 poems: Yehuda Amichai, Ted Carmi, Amir Gilboa, Chaim Gouri, Yair Horovitz, Adamiel Kosman, Dan Pagis, Gabriel Preil, Dahlia Ravikovitch, David Rokeah, Touvia Rubner, Nathan Zach, and Zelda. Written in French.
   
  Miscellaneous. Catalogue. “Original Hebrew Plays Presented in Israel, 1948-1970”. The Israeli Centre of the International Theatre Institute. The Centre for Public Libraries, Jerusalem, 1971.
   
  Miscellaneous. Bibliographies. Irwin T. Holtzman’s bibliographies on Arab authors.
   
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  Nafa’a, Muhamad. Photograph.
   
  Nafa’a, Muhamad. Photograph. On back: Communist/ Knesset. Druze.
   
  Nitzan, Shlomo. Publication announcement. “The Private Empire of Zmiri Picasso” (1982). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
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  Orlev, Uri. Publication announcement. “The Lead Soldiers” (1989). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Orlev, Uri. Bibliography. “Biographical Note”, “A List of Orlev’s Books-May 2001”, “Translations of Uri Orlev’s Books- May 2001”.
   
  Orpaz, Yitzhak. Publication announcement. “The Death of Lysanda” (1964). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Orpaz, Yitzhak. Publication announcement. “Ants” (1968). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Orpaz, Yitzhak. Publication announcement. “Tomozhenna Street” (1979). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Orpaz, Yitzhak. Publication announcement. “The Eternal Bride” (1987). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Oz, Amos. Photograph. On back: “Please return to: B’nai Brith Lecture Bureau”.
   
  Oz, Amos. Photograph. Amos Oz with Irwin T. Holtzman. On back: “Toby: here is the secret team at work!”, May 16, 1978. Autographed.
   
  Oz, Amos. Photograph. Amos Oz with Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman.
   
  Oz, Amos. Photograph. “Amos Oz, author of ‘The Slopes of Lebanon’”. November 13, 1989. Photo Credit: Eric Feinblatt.
   
  Oz, Amos. Photograph. Autographed.
   
  Oz, Amos. Enclosure (slip of paper). “Shalom from Hulda”. Autographed.
   
  Oz, Amos. Music sheet. “Elegy” (1969). Words and music by J. Papiernikov.
   
  Oz, Amos. Music sheet. “Bleib Noch…” (1969). Words and music by J. Papiernikov.
   
  Oz, Amos. Publication announcement. “Fima” will be published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich in October 1993.
   
  Oz, Amos. Publication announcement. “Life in Israel Examined in Eight Stories by Israeli Writer, Amos Oz”. “Where the Jackals Howl and Other Stories” will be published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich in April 27, 1981.
   
  Oz, Amos. Event (postcard). “Amos Oz Reading from his Works, in English”. The Poetry Center, May 15 [no year].
   
  Oz, Amos. Event (itinerary). “Region 1-Eastern Seaboard (partial listing as of August 1974).
   
  Oz, Amos. Event (article). “Amos Oz- Gifted Israeli Novelist, Speaks May 16”. Congregation Shaarey Zedek Newsletter. The Recorder, May 12, 1978. Vol. XXXXVIII, No. 17. Pg. 2. Sponsored by the Holtzman Family.
   
  Oz, Amos. Event. “The Slopes of Lebanon by Amos Oz”, November 1989.
   
  Oz, Amos. Event (flyer). “The Tanner Lecture on Human Values 1992-93”. The University of Michigan.
   
  Oz, Amos. Event (poster). “The Tanner Lecture on Human Values 1992-93”. The University of Michigan. Located in Map Case.
   
  Oz, Amos. Manuscript. “Summary [of Chapter 5] The Ambusher Sits in the Room”. [by Nurit Gertz].
   
  Oz, Amos. Manuscript. “Chapter 5 The Ambusher Sits in the Room”. [no author].
   
  Oz, Amos. Manuscript. “Between God and Animal”. [no author].
   
  Oz, Amos. Biography. “Amos Oz- Biographical Notes”.
   
  Oz, Amos. Biography. “Amos Oz- Biographical Notes (1980)”. Inscribed by author.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. “Amos Oz-  Bibliographical Record (1965-1979)”.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. “Amos Oz-  Bibliographical Record (1966-1976)”. Inscribed by author. 
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. “Amos Oz-  Bibliographical Record (1966-1977)”. Books only.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. “Amos Oz/ Biographical Record”.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. “Amos Oz: Bibliographical Record (1965-1983)”. Books only.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography (booklet). “Amos Oz, First Decade, Collected Works, 1965-1974”. Inscribed by author. 
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography (booklet blueprint). “Amos Oz, First Decade, Collected Works, 1965-1974”. Southfield Michigan, December 1974.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. Checklist of articles and interviews by Amos Oz. Typed in Hebrew.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. Checklist of criticism of Amos Oz’s work. Typed in Hebrew.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. “Articles and Interviews by Amos Oz”.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. “Amos Oz, A Checklist of Books in English, 1972-1984”.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. “Amos Oz In English, A Catalogue Checklist, 1972-1978”. Southfield Michigan, May 1978.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. “Amos Oz, A List of Books, 1965-2001”, updated till January 2001.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography (photocopy). “Amos Oz – Bibliography”.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography. [Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes & checklists for Oz].
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography (photocopy). Library catalogue cards.
   
  Oz, Amos. Bibliography (photocopy). Library catalogue cards. Written in Hebrew and English.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article (interview). “A Talk With Amos Oz” by J. Robert Moskin. World Magazine, June 19, 1973. Vol. 2, No. 13. Pg. 37-41.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article (interview). “Israel Returns to ‘Normalcy’” by Morley Safer. Hadassah Magazine, April 1974. Pg. 34.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article (book review, photocopy). “PW Forecasts” by Editor, Barbara Bannon. Review of “Touch the Water, Touch the Wind”. Publishers Weekly, October 21, 1974. Pg. 45-46.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article (book review). “Briefly Noted Fiction” [no author]. Review of Touch the Water, Touch the Wind”. The New Yorker, November 18, 1974. Pg. 233-234.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article. “On Leave” by Paul S. Nathan. Publishers Weekly, December 9, 1974. Pg. 58.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article (book review). “Books” continued from page 54. Review of “Touch the Water, Touch the Wind”. Times of Israel and World Jewish Review, [January 1975]. Pg. 57.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article. “Israel’s Low Octave Generation” by Eli Eyal. The National Jewish Monthly, January 1975. Pg. 24-25.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article. “Amos Oz and the Art of Fictional Response” by Warren Bargad. Midstream, November 1976. Pg. 61-64.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article (book review). “Briefly Noted Fiction” [no author]. The New Yorker, January 5, 1976. Pg. 74. 
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article. “Men and Women- Behind the Books: Amos Oz, Successful Writer of Fiction”. Israel Book World, January 1979. No. 34. Pg. 17-18.
   
  Oz, Amos. Magazine article. “From the Editor”. Book Source Monthly, May 2002. Vol. 18, No. 2. Pg. 6.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “Village Issue Shows Rift in Israelis Outlook” by Henry Kamm. [Article cut out from newspaper, no publication, no date].
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article (interview). “Statehood Was Not The Whole Dream” by Eric Silver. The Jerusalem Post Weekly, May 22 1972. Pg. 14.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “Amos Oz’s Initial Promise” by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt. [The New York Times], 1973.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “Crusaders and Israelis Contrasted” by Binyamin Z. Kedar. The Jerusalem Post Weekly, July 17, 1973. Pg. 14.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “The Wizard of Oz” by Moshe Kohn. The Jerusalem Post Weekly, August 6, 1974.  Pg. 13.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “Mechashef Hashevet” [The Healing Man] by Yair Kotler.Ha’aretz [daily Israeli newspaper],September 26, 1973. Pg. 14-15 and 60. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article (book review).“Ideals and Passion Clash on a Kibbutz” by Marilynn Rosenthal. Review of “Elsewhere, Perhaps”. Detroit Free Press, December 30, 1973. Pg. 5B.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article (book review). “The Magical and the Mundane- Touch the Water, Touch the Wind” by Alan Friedman. The New York Times, November 24, 1974.  Pg. 7.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “New and Recommended” [no author]. The New York Times, [December 22, 1974].
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “Gusto, Grimness in Oz Novella Pair” by Jay McCormick. The Detroit Sunday News, December 28, 1975. Pg. 2D.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article (photocopy). Review of “Touch the Water, Touch the Wind” [no author]. The New York Review, [January 23, 1975]. 
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “The Land of Oz” by Zvi Jagendorf. The Jerusalem Post Weekly, May 25, 1976.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “Me Ani, Ma Ani Oseh, Ma Ani Rotzeh?” [Who Am I, What Am I Doing, What Do I Want?”] by Loy Yitzhak Yerushalmi. Ma’ariv[daily Israeli newspaper], [April 8, 1977]. Pg. 6-8 and 52. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “Publishing: Amos Oz, Conjurer of the Tribe” by Thomas Lask. The New York Times, May 19, 1978.
   
  Oz, Amos. Newspaper article. “A Lost Chapter from the Life of Oz” by Andrew R. Heinze. Forward, July 22, 2005. Vol. CIX, No. 31, 559. Pg. 1 and 11.
   
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  Pagis, Dan. Bibliography. “Dan Pagis in Hebrew and in English, A Catalogue Check List, 1959-1976”. Southfield Michigan, June 1976.
   
  Pagis, Dan. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes & checklists for Pagis.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Essay (photocopy, excerpt). “A Contribution to World Literature: A Conversation between Foreign Minister Shimon Peres and Amos Oz”. Modern Hebrew Literature, [Hebrew Journal], [issue & date unknown].
   
  Peres, Shimon. Bibliography (photocopy). Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes and checklists on Peres.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Bibliography. “Shimon Peres, A Biographical Checklist, 1965-1975”. Southfield Michigan, June 1978. Inscribed by Peres.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Magazine article (advertisement). “Israel’s Odd Couple”. Publishers Weekly, August 12, 1988. Pg. 300.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Magazine article (interview). “A President for Peace” by Matteo d’Altilia. Luxury Magazine. No. 2/2007-Year VII. Written in multiple languages (English, Hebrew, Russian, Italian, Chinese, etc.). Pg. 60-82.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Magazine article (book review). “The Imaginary Voyage”. [no publication name/date].
   
  Peres, Shimon. Newspaper article. [no title/author/ publication name]. [September 2, 1993].
   
  Peres, Shimon. Newspaper article (advertisement). “Shimon Peres…His Career Has Been As Dramatic As His Nation’s History”. Jerusalem Post International Edition, Week ending November 18, [no year]. Page B.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Newspaper article. “The Way We Were” by David Rubinger. The International Jerusalem Post, October 8, 2004. Pg. 15-19.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Political Poster. 13 ½” w X 19 ½” h. Written in Hebrew.Located in Map Case.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Political Poster. 19” w X 27” h. Written in Hebrew. Located in Map Case.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Political Poster. 19 ¾” w X 27 ½” h. Written in Hebrew.Located in Map Case.
   
  Proffer, Carl L. Newspaper article (photocopy). “Book Beat” by David Gordon. [New York Daily World]. [no date].
   
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  Rabin, Yitzhak. Magazine article. “Yitzhak Rabin: 1922-1995” by Hirsh Goodman. The Jerusalem Report, November 30, 1995. Pg. 1-7.
   
  Rubina, Dina. Bibliography. Online printouts of Rubina’s works from 1988-2005. Written in English and Russian. 
   
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  Sadeek, Muhamed. [Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes and checklists on Sadeek].
   
  Schutz, David. Publication announcement. “The Grass and the Sand” (1978). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Schwartz-Bart, Andre. Magazine article. “History’s Victims” by Robert Alter. Commentary Magazine, May 1973. Pg. 94-96.
   
  Schwartz-Bart, Andre. Magazine article. “A Woman Named Solitude” by Jack Kroll. [publication name not included].
   
  Schwartz-Bart, Andre. Magazine article. “Fiction Notes”. Publishers Weekly, November 15, 1999. Pg. 57.
   
  Schwartz-Bart, Andre. Newspaper article. “Questioning the Meaning of Martyrdom: A Classic Novel of the Holocaust Returns to Print” by Mark A. Raider. Forward, June 2, 2000. Pg. 11-12.
   
  Schwartz-Bart, Simone. Newspaper article. “Between Two Worlds”. [Author and publication name/ date not included].
   
  Schwartz-Bart, Simone. Newspaper article. [No title]. [Author and publication name/ date not included].
   
  Senesh, Hannah. Newspaper article. “The Story of a Heroine Comes to the Stage” by Elenore Lester. The New York Times, January 23, 1983. Pg.4, continued from Pg. 1 [not included].
   
  Senesh, Hannah. Newspaper article. “3 Hannah Senesh Books Now Readied for Staging" [The Jewish News, February 4, 1983].
   
  Senesh, Hannah. Newspaper article. “Theater: ‘Hannah’, Heroism in War” by Richard F. Shepard.The New York Times,February 20, 1983.
   
  Seri, Dan. Publication announcement. “Grandma Sultana’s Salted Biscuits” (1988). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Photograph. On back: Yaakov Shabtai, 1934-1981.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Publication announcement. “Past Continuous” (1985). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Publication announcement. “Uncle Peretz Takes Off” (1972); “Past Continuous” (1977); “Past Perfect” (1984). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Publication announcement. “Past Perfect” (1985). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Event (flyer, photocopy). “A Symposium in English on ‘Past Continuous’”, Jerusalem, May 6, 1985. The Jewish Publication Society of America. Sponsored by  Irwin T. Holtzman.
   
  Shabtai, Yaakov. Critical analysis. “Memory as an Idea- in the Novel ‘Past Continuous’ by Yaakov Shabtai” by Professor Dan Miron. From the 1978 collection of essays on fiction, Open Notebook, 1979.
  - Included: Typescript (book). “Past Continuous”.
   
  Shaham, Nathan. Event. “From Ideas to Expression: Publishing Challenges and Opportunities in the Next Millennium”. 18thJerusalem International Book Fair, The Aspen Institute. April 8-9, 1997.
   
  Shaham, Nathan. Publication announcement. “Bone to Its Bone” (1981). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Shaham, Nathan. Publication announcement. “Rosendorf Quartet” (1987). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Shaham, Nathan. Publication announcement. “Series” (1992). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Shaham, Nathan. Bibliography. “Nathan Shaham, A Bibliography, 1948-1975”. Written in Hebrew and English.
   
  Shaked, Gershon. Event (flyer, photocopy). “News Release- Professor Gershon Shaked”.  27thAnnual Jewish Book Fair at the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit. November 12, 1978.
   
  Shaked, Gershon. Essay (article). “A Multi-Dimensional Historiography of a Genre: Gershon Shaked’s Hebrew Narrative Fiction 1880-1970” by Richard Flantz. Modern [Hebrew Literature, Autumn 1978. Vol. 4, No. 2]. Pg. 3-12. Inscribed by author.
   
  Shaked, Gershon. Curriculum Vitae.
   
  Shaked, Gershon. Bibliography. Library catalogue cards.
   
  Shalev, Meir. Bibliography (photocopy).
   
  Shamir, Moshe. Publication announcement. “The Bridal Veil” (1985). Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Shamir, Moshe. Event (flyer). “What Went Wrong?”. Tehiya Movement Revival.  December 14, 1979. Biography of Shamir on back.
   
  Shamir, Moshe. Event (itinerary, photocopy). “Moshe Shamir’s Itinerary as of January 18, 1980”. Tehiya Movement Revival. 
   
  Shamir, Moshe. Event. “The Honorable Moshe Shamir, Member of Knesset”. The New Tehiya Movement. Congregation Solel, February 10, 1980. 
   
  Shammas, Anton. Photograph. On back: Ricarda Schwerin Photographer, Jerusalem. Copyright.
   
  Shammas, Anton. News Release. “News from Harper & Row- Palestinian Author, Writing in Hebrew, Creates Powerful Israeli Novel About Arab Village Life”.
   
  Shammas, Anton. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes & checklists for Shammas.
   
  Shamosh, Amnon. Bibliography. “Books by Amnon Shamosh”.
   
  Sharansky, Natan. Newspaper article (photograph). “Sharansky with U.S. Ambassador to Bonn, Richard Burt”. The Glienecke Bridge crossing, February 11, 1986. Yediot Aharanot[Israeli daily newspaper].
   
  Sharansky, Natan. Newspaper article. “The ‘Post-Advocacy’ Era” by Charles Hoffman. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, week ending October 21, 1989.
   
  Sharansky, Natan. Newspaper article. “Russia Clears Sharansky of Spying” by Herb Keinon. [The Jerusalem Post International Edition, April 11, 1992].
   
  Sharansky, Natan. Newspaper article (interview). “Deciding to Enter Fray, Sharansky Cites Failure of Existing Parties” [no author]. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, week ending May 2, 1992.
   
  Sharansky, Natan. Newspaper article. “Open Season on Sharansky” by David Bar-Illan. [publication name not included], [May 16, 1992].
   
  Sharansky, Natan. Magazine article. “Mr. Ten Percent” by Hirsh Goodman. The Jerusalem Report,May 15, 1997. Pg. 56.
   
  Sharansky, Natan. Magazine article. [no title, no author]. The Jerusalem Report, May 30, 2005. Pg. 44.
   
  Sharon, Ariel. Newspaper article (cartoon). “The Beginning of the Middle East Peace Process” by Bill Day. Detroit Free Press, [February 20, 1990].
   
  Sharon, Ariel. Magazine article. “The General- An Israeli Journalists’ Six Years of Conversation with Ariel Sharon” by Ari Shavit. The New Yorker, January 23 & 30, 2006. Pg. 52-63.
   
  Shavit, Dan. Publication announcement. “Anna and I” (1986). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Shebat, Ibrahim. Business card.  Ibrahim Shebat, Editor of “El Mirsad”. Nazareth, Israel.
   
  Shelach, Ofer. Publication announcement. “Second Person” (1989). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Sichrovsky, Peter. Newspaper article. “Peter Sichrovsky Finds Happiness in Brooklyn” by Herbert Mitgang. [publication name not included]. [June 14, 1986]. Pg. 9.
   
  Silk, Dennis. Photograph. Credit: Aliza Auerbach.
   
  Silk, Dennis. Publication announcement (flyer). “The Punished Land” to be published by Viking Press Publishers, January 31, 1980.
   
  Silk, Dennis. Event (poster). “Tzavta-Jerusalem Theatre Presents: “The Investigations of Mr. Charles”. Written by Dennis Silk, Directed by Fa Chu. Written in Hebrew and English. Located in Map Case.
   
  Sobol, Joshua. Playbill. “20 October, at Night” by Sobol. Translated and directed by Arie Yass. The Boston Repertory Theatre. Playbill, April 1978. Vol. 15, Issue 4.
  - Included: Personal note from Arie Yass.
   
  Sobol, Joshua. Playbill. “Ghetto” by Sobol. Toronto Workshop Productions, 1985-86 Season. Opens November 7.
   
  Sobol, Joshua. Magazine article (excerpt). “Profile: Joshua Sobol” by Joseph Lowin. Hadassah Magazine, April 2007. Pg. 56-59.
   
  Spicehandler, Ezra. Newspaper article (book review). “Searching for a Voice” by David Stern. The New York Times, October 30, 1977. Pg. 26-28.
   
  Sutzkever, Abraham. Magazine article. “Abraham Sutzkever, 1913-2010” by Catherine Madsen. PaknTreger Magazine [Yiddish Magazine], Spring 2010. No. 61. Pg. 34-35.
   
  T
   
  Tameyet, Tamir. Newspaper article. “Confronting a Curious World” by Sue Fishkoff. The Jerusalem International Edition, week ending August 3, 1996. Pg. 15
   
  Tammuz, Benjamin. Publication announcement. “Minotaur” (1980). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Tammuz, Benjamin. Publication announcement. “Chameleon and Nightingale” (1989). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Tammuz, Benjamin. Bibliography (photocopy).
   
  Telpaz, Gideon. Bibliography. “Biographical Data: 1977 IWP”. The University of Iowa, International Writing Program, School of Letters.
   
  Telpaz, Gideon. Bibliography. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Hebrew and Semitic Studies.
   
  V
   
  Vogel, David. Publication announcement. “Facing the Sea” (1974). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Vogel, David. Publication announcement. “Facing the Sea” (1974). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Vogel, David. Publication announcement. “Married Life” (1986). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Vogel, David. Publication announcement. “They All Went Out to Battle” (1989). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  W
   
  Wallach, Yona. Photograph.
   
  Wallach, Yona. Biography (excerpt, photocopy). Excerpt from “The New Poetry (1962-1977): Five Younger Israeli Poets”. Translated and with an introduction by Harold Schimmel. The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Wallach, Yona. Newspaper article. “Poetess Yona Wallach Dies After Long Illness” [no author]. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, week ending October 12, 1985.
   
  Wiesel, Elie. Bibliography (pamphlet). “Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize for Peace 1986. The Books in English First Edition form the Collection of Mr. & Mrs. Irwin T. Holtzman”.
   
  Wieseltier, Meir. Bibliography (photocopy). “Books in Hebrew by Meir Wieseltier”.
   
  Wolman, Dan. Event (flyer). “Film-Lecture by Dan Wolman”.
   
  Wolman, Dan. Newspaper article. “Wanted: A Few ‘Good Viewers’” by Hannah Brown. The International Jerusalem Post, September 29-October 5, 2006. Pg. 28.
   
  X
   
  Y
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Publication announcement (postcard). Land Marks Press is releasing special editions of “A Journey to the End of the Millennium” from the 1998 novel by A.B. Yehoshua.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Publication announcement. “News From Doubleday”. Doubleday and Company, Inc. will publish “The Lover”, November 10, 1978.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Event (poster). “Mr. Mani” (1996) TV Drama Series. Directed by Ram Loevy. 13thIsrael Film Festival. Angelika 57 Theatre, New York, November 13-26. Located in Map Case.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Event. Book speaking tour for “Open Heart” by Yehoshua. Itinerary of tour dates and short biography included.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Event (photocopy). “Avraham B. Yehoshua, B’nai B’rith Visiting Lecturer.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Event (folder). “Dal Romanzo di Abraham B. Yehoshua, l’amante perduto, un film di Roberto Faenza” [From the novel by Abraham B. Yehoshua, The Lost Lover, a film by Roberto Faenza]. Folder in includes invitation, press release, cast list, synopsis, a note from the director, and bibliographies of the director and actors. Written in Italian.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Critical analysis (article, photocopy). “Kalkelot be Siparet, al Sifrehem ha-Achronim Shel A.B. Yehoshua, A. Oz, ve A. Appelfeld” by Nissim Kaldron. [Bumps in Literature, on the latest books of A.B. Yehoshua, A. Oz, and A. Appelfeld]. [Nissim Kaldron writes on Yehoshua’s “Early in the Summer of 1970”]. Siman K’riah [Israeli publishing house], September 1972. Written in Hebrew. Pg. 313-321.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Book review (photocopy). “Between Right and Right: Israel Problem or Solution?” by Bette Roth.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Bibliography (article). A bibliographical checklist featuring “The Lover” by A.B. Yehoshua. [Alei-Siach, 1978. Volumes 4-5.] Inscribed by Joseph Jerushalmi. Pg. 43-44. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Bibliography. “A.B. Yehoshua in English, A Catalogue Check List, 1965-1975”. Southfield Michigan, November 1975.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Bibliography. “List of Publications”.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes & checklists for Yehoshua.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Bibliography (photocopy). Library catalogue cards.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Magazine article (book review). “Early in the Summer of 1970” [no author]. Publishers Weekly, January 3, 1977.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Magazine article (interview). “I Want to go Deeper into Reality” by Elliot King. Jewish Frontier, August/ September 1979. Vol. XLVI, No. 7. Pg. 5-9.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Magazine article (excerpt). “The Growth of Hebrew Literature in Translation” by Isaac Goldberg. Excerpt from AB Bookman’s Weekly, May 7, 1990. Pg. 1949-1951.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Newspaper article. “Writers & Prophets” by Sraya Shapiro. [The Jerusalem Post Weekly], April 15, 1975.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Newspaper article. “A.B. Yehoshua” by Editor-at-Large, L.L. Day. The New York Times, January 16, 1977. Pg. 33.
  Yehoshua, A.B. Newspaper article. “Nachootz Ometz Lev Lichtov Al Mekomot Mukarim” [One Needs Courage to Write About Familiar Places] by Nurith Bartzki.Ma’ariv [daily Israeli newspaper], February 18, 1977. Pg. 37. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Newspaper article. “Three Yehoshua Stories on the Human Condition” [no author]. The Detroit Jewish News, December 23, 1977. Vol. LXXII, No. 16. Pg. 4.
   
  Yehoshua, A.B. Poster. “Masa' el sof ha-alef” [A Journey to the End of the Millennium] Sipur ha-hadash Shel A.B. Yehoshua [The new novella by A.B. Yehoshua]. Excerpt of review from Yediot Achronot[Israeli daily newspaper]. 12” w X 17 ¼” h. Written in Hebrew. Located in Map Case.
   
  Yizhar, S. Publication announcement. “Days of Ziklag” (1989). The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  Yitzhar, S. Bibliography. [Irwin T. Holtzman’s notes and checklists on Yizhar]. 
   
  Yonathan, Nathan. Event (flyer). “Nathan Yonathan, Israeli Poet, Coming As: The 1977 Scholar-in-Residence”. Israel Information Center, A Project of the Columbus Jewish Federation.
   
Series IV: Events, Institutions & Places
   
   
These are the files pertaining to events and places that don’t refer to a specific individual. They contain information about museum exhibitions, the State of Israel, various institutions, and book fairs in the U.S., Israel, and France. The information in these files includes flyers, newsletters, brochures, booklets, pamphlets, business cards, essays, maps, posters, and also correspondences that pertain to the creation of these events. They are organized alphabetically by the event/institution/location name.
   
   
Note: All posters located in Map Case, MSS 211, Holtzman.
   
Box Folder/Description
7 A
   
  The Ardon Windows. Folder. Included with folder:
  - “The Ardon Windows” (1985). Translated by Vivian London. Editor: Alia Guildine. The Jewish National & University Library, Givat Ram. Published by the Department of Press and Publications of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1985.
   
  Artists of Israel: 1920-1980, Exhibition. Book. The Jewish Museum, New York. February 19-May 17, 1981. Published by Wayne State University Press, Detroit, 1981.
   
  B
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Lazar, David. Personal correspondence. Lazar writes to Toby [Holtzman] to provide him with a brief progress report on the Israel Book Exhibition at the Pompidou Center in Paris. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from Ambassade D’Israel, dated Paris, January 30, 1979. Contains original signature.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Lazar, David. Personal correspondence. Lazar writes to Toby [Holtzman] about developments following their departure after the Israel Book Exhibition at the Pompidou Center in Paris. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from Ambassade D’Israel, dated Paris, March 12, 1979. Contains original signature.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Lazar, David. Personal correspondence. Lazar writes to Toby and Sally [Shirley] [Holtzman] to send them a photo of them at the Israel Book Exhibition at the Pompidou Center in Paris. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from Ambassade D’Israel, dated Paris, June 27, 1979. Contains original signature.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Lazar, David. Personal correspondence. Lazar writes a detailed letter to Nathan Shaham about the Israel Book Exhibition at the Pompidou Center in Paris. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Consulate General of Israel in New York, dated December 28, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Pamphlet. “Programme des Manifestations Temporaires, Fevrier 1979”. Centre Georges Pompidou. Written in French.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Newsletter. “Les Livres en Israel” by David Lazar. Bulletin Quotidien D’Informations[French newsletter]. February 18, 1979. No. 2086. Pg. 1-2. Written in French.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Poster. “L’Edition Scientifique Technique & Litteraire En Israel”. 14 Fevrier- 12 Mars, 1979. Bibliotheque Publique d’Information. Centre Georges Pompidou. Written in French. 19 ¾” w X 27 ¼” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. Copyright by Daniel Franck, Paris. On back: February 13, 1979. Centre G.P. February 14, 1979. Left to Right: J.F. Strouf, Holtzmans, Ms. [N.] Gazit, Mr. [Mordechai] Gazit, D. Lazar, Ms. Lazar, Mrs. J-P. Lecat, Ms. Segalowitz, the painter Ben. Nathan Shaham in blow-up.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph.
   
  Book Exhibition of Centre Pompidou. Photograph. On back: Centre Pompidou, special reception for French Publishers. February 28, 1979. From Left to Right: Ms. Lazar, Ms. Yehoshua, A.B. Yehoshua, S. Peres, P. Giniewsky, D. Lazar. 
   
  C
   
  Congregation Shaarey-Zedek. Event Flyer. “The Achievement of Israeli Literature, 1948-1979”. A Conference at Congregation Shaarey-Zedek, October 21, 1979. Includes Schedule of events. On back: for further information, contact Irwin T. Holtzman.
   
  Congregation Shaarey-Zedek. Pamphlet. “The Cultural Commission of Congregation Shaarey-Zedek presents Calendar of Events, Fall 1979”.  Professor Hayim Yerushalmi, Ambassador Simcha Dinitz, and A.B. Yehoshua to speak. Lecture Sponsors: Holtzman Family.
   
  Congregation Shaarey-Zedek. Flyer. “Israeli Film Festival”. Showing: “The Dreamer” and “3 Days and A Child”. October 26.
   
  Congregation Shaarey-Zedek. Brochure. “An Evening of Contemporary Israeli Music”. In celebration on the synagogue’s 120thanniversary. March 2, 1982. Sponsored by the Irwin T. Holtzman Family.
   
  Congregation Shaarey-Zedek. Newsletter. “The Recorder”. October 22, 1976. Vol. XXXXVII, No. 2.
   
  Congregation Shaarey-Zedek. Newsletter. “The Recorder”. June 9, 1978. Vol. XXXXVIII, No. 19.
   
  Congregation Shaarey-Zedek. Newsletter. “The Recorder”. September 28, 1979. Vol. XXXXX, No. 1.
   
  F
   
  From Language to Language. Flyer. “From Language to Language- A Film by Nurith Aviv”. Ten Israelis discuss personal experiences of the relationship between Hebrew and their native tongue.
   
  G
   
  Golda’s Balcony. (Playbill). Manhattan Ensemble Theater. Playbill, April 2003. Vol. 19, No. 4.
  I
   
  The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. Slip of paper. Explanation for white and yellow copies of publication announcements for pieces published by the Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature.
   
  The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. Brochure. “The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature”.
   
  The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. Brochure. “The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature”.
   
  The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. Brochure. “Anthologies”.
   
  The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. Booklet. “The Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature”.
   
  The International Writers Festival. Booklet. “The International Writers Festival”. Mishkenot Sha’ananim, Jerusalem. May 11-15, 2008. In cooperation with the Israel Lottery Council for the Arts. 
   
  The Israel Film Center. Magazine. Information Bulletin, 1977. Vol. 1. Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Jerusalem, Israel. 
   
  The Israel Film Center. Magazine. Information Bulletin, 1978. Ministry of Commerce and Tourism. Jerusalem.
   
  The Israel Film Center. Magazine. Information Bulletin, 1979. Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Tourism. Jerusalem.
   
  The Israel Film Center. Magazine. Information Bulletin, May 1980. Israel Film Centre. Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Tourism. Jerusalem, Israel.
   
  The Israel Film Center. Magazine. Information Bulletin, June 1983. Israel Film Centre. Ministry of Industry and Trade. Jerusalem, Israel.
   
  The Israel Film Center. Magazine. Information Bulletin, April 1985. Israel Film Centre. Ministry of Industry and Trade. Jerusalem, Israel.
   
  Israeli Book Week. Booklet (catalog). “Israel Book Week, London 1976”. The Israel Company for Fairs & Exhibitions, Tel Aviv.
   
  Israeli Book Week. Booklet (catalog). “Science Books from Israel, 1976”. Israel Book and Printing Center. Israel Export Institute, Book and Printing Center, Tel Aviv.
   
  Israeli Book Week. Booklet (catalog). “The Book Publishers Association of Israel comprising 80 members represents 12 publishers at Israel Book Week in London”. November 7-14, 1976. On back: A group exhibit organized by the Book Publishers Association of Israel, Tel Aviv.
  Israeli Book Week. Newspaper article. “The Heritage of Hebrew Poetry” by T. Carmi. Ad for Israel Book Week featured as well. The Times Literary Supplement [TLS], October 29, 1976. No. 3, 894. Pg. 1355-1357.
   
  Israeli Book Week. Newspaper article. “Israel Book Week- 500 Titles on Show- Opening in London” by Mark Segal. Ad for Israel Book Week featured as well. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, November 2, 1976. Pg. 10-11.
   
  The Israeli Film Festival. Postcard. “Tenth Anniversary Israel Film Festival”. AT &T.
   
  The Israeli Film Festival. Booklet. “The Second Annual Israeli Film Festival”. April 19-28, 1983. New York.
   
  The Israeli Film Festival. Booklet. “The Third Annual Israeli Film Festival”. April 25-May 5, 1985. New York.
   
  The Israeli Film Festival. Booklet. “The Tenth Anniversary Israel Film Festival”. Los Angeles, October 16-28, 1993 New York, November 9-23, 1993.
   
  The Israeli Film Festival. Booklet. “11thIsrael Film Festival”. Los Angeles, October 5-20, 1994. New York, November 8-22, 1994. 
   
  Israeli Literature at 30, Traveling Exhibit. Temple University. Personal correspondence. Arthur T. Hamlin [Director of Libraries] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to tell him they’d be glad to host the exhibition of Israeli Literature for the month of March. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Temple University, dated December 12, 1977. Contains original signature.
   
  Israeli Literature at 30, Traveling Exhibit. Temple University. Personal correspondence. Hanoch Guy [Chairman, Department of Hebrew] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to send him the Guest Book for the Israeli Book Exhibit that they were privileged to have during the month of March. Correspondence is typed, 7 1/8” w X 10 ½” h, from Temple University, dated April 12, 1978. Contains original signature.
   
  Israeli Literature at 30, Traveling Exhibit. Temple University. “Special Collections Release”. (photocopy). Announcement for the “Israeli Literature at 30”, touring exhibit at the Samuel Paley Library at Temple University, during the month of March. Exhibit celebrates the 30thanniversary of the founding of the State of Israel in May, 1948. Professor Hanoch Guy also to speak in conjunction with the exhibit. Announcement dated February 27, 1978.
  Israeli Literature at 30, Traveling Exhibit. Spertus College of Judaica. Personal correspondence. Richard W. Marcus [Head Librarian] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to confirm the forthcoming exhibit of Mr. Holtzman’s Israeli books at the Asher Library. The exhibit will run from early January to January 31. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Spertus College of Judaica, dated November 14, 1977. Contains original signature.
   
  Israeli Literature at 30, Traveling Exhibit. Spertus College of Judaica. Postcard. “Israel’s Literature at 30” Exhibition announcement, at the Norman Asher and Helen Asher Library, at Spertus College of Judaica. January 4-26, 1978. Postcard is 5 ½” w X 8 ½” h.
  Israeli Literature at 30, Traveling Exhibit. The Jewish Publication Society of America. Personal correspondence. Bernard I. Levinson [Executive Vice President, The Jewish Publication Society of America] writes to Mr. Jack Lapin to inform him that Irwin T. Holtzman will be in Houston to arrange an exhibition of Contemporary Israeli Literature at the Houston Public Library in February. Correspondence is typed on standard-sized paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated January 13, 1978.
   
  Israeli Literature at 30, Traveling Exhibit. Houston Public Library. Flyer. “Israel’s Literature at 30” Exhibition announcement, at the Houston Public Library, February 1-25, 1978. Flyer is 8 ½” w X 14” h.
   
  Israeli Literature at 30, Traveling Exhibit. Boston Public Library. Invitation from The Consulate General of Israel and the Trustees of the Boston Public Library to a reception in honor of the opening of the “30 years of Israeli Literature: 1948-1978” book exhibit. Reception will take place May 1, 1978 in the Rare Book Department of the Boston Public Library. Invitation measures, 6 ¼” w X 4 ½” h.
   
  Israeli Literature in World Translation Exhibition. The Detroit Public Library. Invitation from The Consulate General of Israel, The Detroit Library Commission and the Friends of the Library, for a reception in honor of the opening of the touring exhibition, “Israeli Literature in World Translation, 1948-1979”. Exhibition will feature works from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin T. Holtzman, and will be featured from May 9- June 16, 1979. Invitation measures, 4 ½” w X 5 ½” h.
   
  Israeli Literature in World Translation Exhibition. The Detroit Public Library. Flyer. International Touring Exhibit, “Israeli Literature in World Translation, 1948-1979”, on view May 9-June 16, 1979, at the Detroit Public Library. Flyer measures 3” w X 6 ¼” h.
   
  Israeli Literature in World Translation Exhibition. The Detroit Public Library. News Release. Detroit Public Library to host International Israeli Literature Exhibit, May 9-June 16, 1979. News release is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h.
   
  Israeli Literature in World Translation Exhibition. The Detroit Public Library. Newsletter. Friends of the Detroit Public Library, Summer 1979. Holtzman is welcomed as a new life member, and is featured in a photograph from the “Israeli Literature in World Translation, 1948-1979” exhibition with Nathan Shaham.
   
  Israeli Literature in World Translation Exhibition. Temple Beth El. Newsletter, May 4, 1979. Announcement for the Detroit Public Library hosting the International Israeli Literature Exhibit.
   
  J
   
  The Jerusalem Film Festival. Event Poster (itinerary). “The Fifth Film Festival, Jerusalem 1988”. Poster of show times of films. 19 ½” w X 27 ½” h.Located in Map Case.
   
  The Jerusalem Film Festival. Booklet. “The Jerusalem Film Festival, 1988”. Written in English, Hebrew and Arabic.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Wayne State University Press. Personal correspondence. George E. Gullen, Jr. [President, Wayne State University Press] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to invite him to act as the honorary representative of the Wayne State University Press in Israel, for the Jerusalem International Book Fair, April 28-May 5, 1975. Correspondence is a photocopy of a typed letter, on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from the Office of the President, Wayne State University Press, dated January 28, 1975.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Wayne State University Press. Personal correspondence. Bernard M. Goldman [Director, Wayne State University Press] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to express how delighted he is that Mr. Holtzman will represent the Wayne State University Press at the Jerusalem International Book Fair. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Wayne State University Press, dated March 4, 1975. Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Wayne State University Press. Personal correspondence. Bernard M. Goldman [Director, Wayne State University Press] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for the books he was instrumental in having displayed at the Jerusalem International Book Fair. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Wayne State University Press, dated April 29, 1981. Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Wayne State University Press. Personal correspondence. Bernard M. Goldman [Director, Wayne State University Press] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to ask him if he will be at the Jerusalem International Book Fair. Goldman mentions that Alice Nigoghasian will be there to represent the Wayne State University Press and to handle the exhibition for the American Association of University Presses. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Wayne State University Press, dated February 14, 1983. Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Wayne State University Press. Personal correspondence. Robert A. Mandel [Director, Wayne State University Press] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to personally thank him for renewing his membership on the Board of Advisors of Wayne State University Press. Mandel also asks Mr. Holtzman’s advice as to how to raise $5,000 for the Press’ representation at the Jerusalem Book Fair. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Wayne State University Press, dated January 10, 1989. Contains original signature. 
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. The Jewish National & University Library. Flyer sent from the Jerusalem International Book Fair to meet Israeli authors and attend a Reception for Editors, Publishers, and Authors. Sponsored by Mr. Irwin T. and Shirley Holtzman for American Friends of the Hebrew University. Event to take place on May 9, 2001, at the Jewish National & University Library, Hebrew University, Givat Ram Campus, in the Holtzman-Harman Room. Flyer measures, 4 1/8” w X 8 ½” h.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Booklet. “International Book Fair, Jerusalem 2963”. On Books- The First International Book Fair. Text in Hebrew, English, French and German.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Booklet. “The Future for Publishing across Language Frontiers”. A Report of a Forum in Jerusalem, March 14-16, 1989. Jerusalem International Book Fair. Aspen Institute. Bertelsmann Foundation.
  -          Included with booklet: Zev Birger [Chairman and Managing Director] writes about the summary report of the 13thJerusalem International Book Fair.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Booklet. “Toward the Year 2000: New Forces in Publishing”. A Report of a Forum in Jerusalem, April 7-9, 1987. Jerusalem International Book Fair. Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. Bertelsmann Foundation.
  -          Included with booklet: Zev Birger [Chairman and Managing Director] writes about the summary report of the 14thJerusalem International Book Fair.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Booklet. “The Jerusalem Prize for the Freedom of the Individual in Society”. Awarded to Mario Vargas Llosa. 17thJerusalem International Book Fair. March 15, 1955.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Magazine. “The Jerusalem International Book Fair, April 28-May 5 1975”. Israel Book World, December 1973. No. 14.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Magazine. “The Jerusalem International Book Fair, April 28-May 5 1975”. Israel Book World, March 1974. No. 15.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Magazine. “The Jerusalem International Book Fair, April 28-May 5 1975”. Israel Book World, September 1974. No. 17.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Zur, S. Personal correspondence. Zur [Managing Director] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for his offer to help with the Book Fair. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Dated September 7, 1972. Contains original
  signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Polak, Gershon. Personal correspondence. Polak [Executive Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated November 30, 1978. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. [Irwin] T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated February 4, 1985. Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Irwin Toby Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated June 11, 1985. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Irwin Toby Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated June 29, 1986. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated July 22, 1987. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated August 26, 1987. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Toby [Holtzman]. Correspondence is typed on 4 5/16” w X 5 7/8” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated September 30, 1987. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Toby Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated June 12, 1988. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Toby Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated November 29, 1988. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated December 2, 1991. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated June 15, 1995. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated October 30, 1995. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Toby [Holtzman]. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated December 12, 2005. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Birger, Zev. Personal correspondence. Birger [Chairman and Managing Director, The Jerusalem International Book Fair] writes to Mr. Irwin Toby Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated December 20, 2005. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Meryn, Michal. Personal correspondence. Meryn writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from The Jerusalem International Book Fair.Dated September 16, 1997. Contains original signature.  
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. The American Library Association. Personal correspondence. Richard Dougherty [President, American Library Association 1990/1991] writes to Mr. Israel Shapira [Chairman, Israel Librarians Association] to extend greetings from the American Library Association to their professional colleagues in the Israel Librarians Association, on the occasion of their annual meeting at the Jerusalem International Book Fair. Correspondence is a photocopy of a typed letter, on 8 ¼” w X 11 ¾” h paper, from the American Library Association. Dated April 25, 1991.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. The Jewish Publication Society of America. Personal correspondence. Maier Deshell [Editor, The Jewish Publication Society of America] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to invite him to a luncheon at the Hilton Hotel in Jerusalem on April 28, 1977. The luncheon will specifically honor works of Hillel Halkin and Elliot Anderson. Correspondence is typed on standard-sized paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from The Jewish Publication Society of America.Dated April 7, 1977. Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. The Jewish Publication Society of America. Personal correspondence. Martin D. Cohn [President] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard-sized paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, fromThe Jewish Publication Society of America.Dated May 6, 1991. Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. The Jewish Publication Society of America. Personal correspondence. Ellen Frankel writes to Toby [Holtzman]. Correspondence is hand-written on 5 ½” w X 7” h, paper from The Jewish Publication Society of America. Dated May 7, 1991.Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. The Jewish Publication Society of America. Personal correspondence. Rabbi Michael A. Monson [Executive Vice President, The Jewish Publication Society of America] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard-sized paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, fromThe Jewish Publication Society of America.January 13, 1993. Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Holtzman, Irwin T. Personal correspondence. Holtzman writes to The Honorable Charles Z. Wick [Director, United States Information Agency] and Marvin Stone [Deputy Director, United States Information Agency] to express his appreciation for a specific U.S.I.A. job well done at the 12thInternational Book Fair in Jerusalem, held May 5-12, 1985. Correspondence a photocopy of a typed letter, on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Holtzman and Silverman, dated September 5, 1985.
  -          Included with correspondence: Charles Z. Wick [Director, United States Information Agency] writes to Mr. [Irwin T.] Holtzman to thank him for his thoughtful letter regarding the United States Information Agency’s exhibit at the 12thInternational Book Fair in Jerusalem. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from United States Information Agency,dated September 19, 1985. Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Poster. “Literary Landscapes in Hebrew Literature, Jerusalem”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. 26 ½” w X 38 ¼” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Poster. “Literary Landscapes in Hebrew Literature, Pioneer Communities”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. 26 ½” w X 38 ¼” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Poster. “Literary Landscapes in Hebrew Literature, Tel Aviv”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. 26 ½” w X 38 ¼” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Poster. “Literary Landscapes in Hebrew Literature, Haifa”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. 26 ½” w X 38 ¼” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  The Jerusalem International Book Fair. Poster. “Literary Landscapes in Hebrew Literature, The Desert”. Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature. 26 ½” w X 38 ¼” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  The Jewish National & University Library. Booklet. “A Visitor’s Guide”. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Givat Ram.
   
  The Jewish National & University Library. Newspaper article. A Century of Books” by Eli Wohlgelernter. The Jerusalem Post International Edition, week ending June 27, 1992. Pg. 12-13.
   
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  Kaleidoscope 1977 Exhibition. Museum Exhibition (Photographs, Booklet). “Kaleidoscope” (1977) color photographs by Morris & Edith Jaffe. Israel, September 20- December 18, 1977. The Jewish Museum, New York.
   
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  The Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies. Folder. Included with folder:
  -          Enclosure. “With Compliments, David Patterson.” The Oriental Institute, Pusey Lane, Oxford.
  -          “Ancient Hebrew Fables” (1973) by David Daube. The Inaugural Lecture of the Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies. Delivered in Corpus Christi College, May 17, 1973.
  -          “The Valley of Tears and Dover Beach” (1974) by David Daiches. The First Sacks Lecture for the Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies. Delivered in Corpus Christi College, November 7, 1973.
  -          “Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies” [about the program and library]
  -          “Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies, Academic Staff 1972-3 and Recipients of Sosnow Bursaries 1974-76”
  -          “Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies Academic Projects 1972-76”
   
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  Palestine Festival of Literature. Event Poster. 7-11 May 2008. 13 ½” w X 27 ½” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  S
   
  Situation-Israeli Photographers 1974 Exhibition. Museum Exhibition (Magazine). “Situation-Israeli Photographers 1974” [exhibit at Israel Museum, Jerusalem]. Israel Magazine, Autumn 1974. Catalogue No. 126. Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
   
  State of Israel. Postcard. “The Status of Women in Israel”. 1974.
   
  State of Israel. Postcard. Postcard addressed to [M.A. Bar-Yehuda, Tel Aviv, Israel]. Dated August 31, 1950. Remains in original envelope, postmarked April 23, 1974. Written in Hebrew.
   
  State of Israel. Map. Israel-North. Compiled and drawn by the Survey of Israel, April 1961. Partly revised by the Survey of Israel, 1986. Printed by the Survey of Israel, 1987. 26 ½” w X 37” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  State of Israel. Map. Israel- South. Compiled and drawn by the Survey of Israel, April 1961. Partly revised by the Survey of Israel, 1986. Printed by the Survey of Israel, 1987. 26 ½” w X 37” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  State of Israel. Map. Tourist Map- Palestine and Israel. Published by GSE, Good Shepherd Engineering & Computing. 26” w X 38” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  State of Israel. Map. Includes Declaration of Israel’s Independence. The Jewish Agency; The World Zionist Organization; Department of Jewish Zionist Education. 26 ½” X 38” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  State of Israel. Poster. “Tourism in Palestine, Come And See Eretz Israel” (1920’s). The Association of Jewish Guides. 19 ½” w X 27” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  State of Israel. Poster. “Come to Palestine (Holy Land)” (1928) by Ze’ev Raban. Society for the Promotion of Travel in the Holy Land. 19 ½” w X 27 ½” h. Located in Map Case.
   
  State of Israel. Poster. “Palestina”. Istituto Geografico De Agostino, Novara. Supplemento al n. 5/2007 di Li Mes. On back: “Eretz Israel, Palestine. Located in Map Case.
   
  State of Israel. “Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel”. Tel Aviv, May 14, 1948.  Located in Map Case.
   
  State of Israel. Journal article. “The Bush Administration and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Year One” by Robert O. Freedman. Israel Studies Forum, Spring 2002. Vol. 17, No. 2. Association for Israel Studies. Pg. 6-31.
   
  State of Israel. Magazine article. “This New State” by David Krivine. Atlas World Magazine, August 1967. Vol. 14, No. 2. Pg. 28-29.
   
  State of Israel. Magazine article. “The Palestinians and Israel” by Shlomo Avineri. Commentary Magazine, June 1970. Vol. 49, No. 6. Pg. 31-45.
   
  A Symposium on Trends in Contemporary Israeli Literature. Review. Edna Amir Coffin [Associate Professor of Modern Hebrew, The University of Michigan] writes about the Symposium on Trends in Contemporary Israeli Literature hosted at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, on November 6 and 7, 1977. Review is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h.
   
  A Symposium on Trends in Contemporary Israeli Literature. Flyer. Symposium on Trends in Contemporary Israeli Literature at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Itinerary and General Information featured in flyer. Flyer measures 8 ½” w X 14” h.
   
  A Symposium on Trends in Contemporary Israeli Literature. The University of Michigan. Personal correspondence. Gernot L. Windfuhr [Chairman, University of Michigan, Department of Near East Studies] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for his interest in making the Symposium on Trends in Contemporary Israeli Literature a success. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from The University of Michigan, Department of Near East Studies, dated December 2, 1977. Contains original signature.
   
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  Tel Aviv University. [“Manual for Printing in the Library”]. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Think Young Poster Exhibition. Booklet. Tel Aviv University, September 22, 2003. Chankin Gallery, Hulon, September 29, 2003. Written in Hebrew and English.
   
Series V: Irwin T. Holtzman Files
   
These are the files pertaining only to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman and his work. They include information pertaining to recognitions of his work, events for which he was a speaker, foundations he contributed to/sponsored, drafts and final versions of his Checklists of the Achievement of Israeli Literature (various years), bibliographies of items in his libraries, information about the Holtzman-Harman Room, funeral materials, business cards from library room donations and the acquirement, contents, and appraisal of this collection at Michigan State University. Correspondences covering events and requests/thank you’s for Mr. Holtzman’s Checklist are included in this series.
   
Note: Correspondences regarding the acquirement of this collection at Michigan State University are in Series 1. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal notes and checklists, which didn’t pertain to one specific author, are included in this series under bibliographies. Irwin T. Holtzman’s personal bibliographies on Arabic literature are also included in this series under Arabic Literature.
   
Box Folder/Description
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  American Room. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman, The Library of America Collection. M.I. Rudomino All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature.
   
  Appraisal. Bound booklet. “Appraisal for Shirley and Irwin T. Holtzman”. Collection appraised by Peter B. Howard [President of Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America] at $243,000.00
   
  Arabic Literature. Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman personal notes and checklists on Arab authors.
   
  Arabic Literature. Snyder, Nathan. Personal correspondence. Snyder writes to Mr. [Irwin T.] Holtzman to remind him of the $24 payment Mr. Holtzman owes him for 6 hours of work. Correspondence is hand-written on, 8 ½” w X 5 ½” h paper [bottom portion torn off], dated May 24, 1978. Contains original signature.
  - Included with correspondence: Bibliography of Arabic poetry books printed in Israel, 1948-1977. Bibliography is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h.
   
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  Bibliography. Irwin T. Holtzman personal notes and checklists. [multiple authors].
   
  Bibliography. “A Checklist of Books and Articles of Israeli Literature in the Holtzman Library”.
   
  Bibliography. “Entries Missing from I.T. Holtzman’s Checklist of Israeli Literature”.
   
  The Book Club of Detroit. Personal correspondence. Robert C. Thomas [President, The Book Club of Detroit] writes to Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for his presentation to the Book Club of Detroit on May 16. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Gale Research Company, dated June 5, 1979. Contains original signature.
   
  Burton Historical Collection. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman, Special Collection of 20thCentury American President’s Inscribed Books. Detroit Public Library.
   
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  Donations of Special Collections. Pamphlet. “Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman Donations of Special Collections: 1990-2003”.
   
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  Events (flyer). “A Close Encounter of the Five Kinds” with guest speaker, Mr. Toby Holtzman. Israel Culture Series, sponsored by the Israel Information and Resource Center, at the Jewish Community Center. May 17, 1981. Flyer measures 5 ½” w X 8 ½” h.
   
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  The First 6o Years of the Achievement of Israeli Literature, 1948-2008. (Book). A Checklist in English. Compiled by the Irwin T. Holtzman Library.
   
  The First 62 Years of the Achievement of Israeli Literature, 1948-2010. (Book). A Checklist in English. Compiled by the Irwin T. Holtzman Library & James M. Babcock for The National Library of Israel, Jerusalem.
   
  The First 62 Years of the Achievement of Israeli Literature, 1948-2010. Cardstock copies of cover and image.
   
  The First 62 Years of the Achievement of Israeli Literature, 1948-2010. (draft).
   
  Funeral Materials. Irwin T. Holtzman Eulogy. Typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h.
  Funeral Materials. Photograph. Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman.
   
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  Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau. The New York Public Library. Business card. Eleanor Yardin [Librarian].
   
  Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau. The New York Public Library. Business card. Michael Terry [Dorof Chief Librarian].
   
  Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau. The New York Public Library. Personal correspondence. Michael Terry [Dorof Chief Librarian] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for his donation of “Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau” published by the International Dachau Committee in Brussels. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated November 23, 2009. Contains original signature.
   
  Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau. The New York Public Library. Catalog search (printed from online). “Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau” published by the International Dachau Committee in Brussels. Located in Schwarzman Building of the New York Public Library.
   
  Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau. Brochure (photocopy). “Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau” published by the International Dachau Committee in Brussels [1949]. [Original sent to the New York Public Library].
   
  Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau. The University of Michigan. Personal correspondence. Janet Crayne [Head, Slavic and European Division] writes to [Irwin] Toby [Holtzman] to let him know that after searching their national database, OCLC, only one English copy of “Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau” was found, located at the New York Public Library. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated December 9, 2009. Contains original signature.
  - Included with correspondence: Printout of Crayne’s OCLC database search for  of “Guide to the Concentration Camp Dachau”.
   
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  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. The Center for Public Libraries in Israel. Personal correspondence. Yohai Gael writes to Mr. [Irwin T.] Holtzman to thank him for his checklist of Israeli Literature in English Translation. Correspondence is hand-written on, 6 ¾” w X 8 h size paper, from Mirkaz Ha’arahi Le’sifriot Tzivuriyot[The Center for Public Libraries in Israel]. Dated February 18, 1979. Remains in original envelope and contains original signature.
  - Included with correspondence:
  - Receipt for a $60 magazine subscription to Yad la Koreh [a journal issued by the Center for Public Libraries]for Irwin Holtzman from Yohai Gael. Receipt No. 06339, dated February 19, 1979. Written in Hebrew.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Library of Congress. Personal correspondence. Ellen R. Murphy [Senior Reference Librarian, Hebraic Section, Library of Congress, African and Middle East Division] writes to Mr. [Irwin T.] Holtzman to thank him for providing them with his “Checklist”. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from The Library of Congress, African and Middle East Division, dated August 18, 1981. Contains original signature.
  - Included with correspondence: Photocopies of catalogue cards from the Library of Congress and other library’s, of works of Israeli poetry not included in Mr. Holtzman’s Checklist.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Association of Jewish Libraries, Los Angeles, California. Rita C. Frischer [Director of Library Services, Sinai Temple Blumenthal Library, AJL 1983 “Chai” Convention Coordinator] writes to Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated April 20, 1983.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. University of Windsor. Samuel Stollman writes to Mr. [Irwin T.] Holtzman.  Correspondence is hand-written on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated October 11, 1983. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Jewish Ys and Centers of Greater Philadelphia, Senior Adult Services and Research Department. Rita Reichlin [Director, Daroff Campus] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated December 13, 1984.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Indiana University, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures. Stephen Katz [Associate Professor, Modern Hebrew, Language and Literature] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. May 19, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. University at Albany, State University of New York. Daniel Grossberg [Director, Hebrew Program of the Judaic Studies Department] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated May 30, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Columbia University in the City of New York, Department of Middle East Languages and Cultures. Dr. Yael Feldman [Associate Professor of Hebrew, New York University] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is hand-written on, 5 ½” w X 8 ½” h paper, dated May 30, 1989. Contains original signature.
  - Included with correspondence: New York University, Faculty of Arts and Science, Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies. Dr. Yael Feldman [Associate Professor of Hebrew, New York University] writes to Mr. Irving [Irwin] T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated June 14, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Baruch College, The City of New York. Ruth Alder [Professor] writes to Mr. [Irwin T.] Holtzman. Correspondence is hand-written on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h. Correspondence not dated, but note from Holtzman dates letter June 2, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Hebrew College. Dr. Gila Ramras-Rauch writes to Dr. [Irwin T.]  Holtzman. Correspondence is hand-written on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h. Correspondence not dated, but note from Holtzman dates letter June 8, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Batya Metzer [Librarian] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is hand-written on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated June 12, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. University of Wisconsin, Department of Hebrew and Semitic Studies. Yair Mazor [Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated July 27, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion. William Cutter [Professor, Modern Hebrew Literature and Education] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated September 3, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. University of Pennsylvania, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Oriental Studies. Nancy Berg [c/o Department of Oriental Studies] writes to Mr. [Irwin T.] Holtzman. Correspondence is hand-written on, 5 ½” w X 8 ½” h paper, dated September 3, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. University of Natal, Faculty of Arts, Hebrew and Jewish Studies. Rina Gaffin [Acting Head] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 11 5/8” h paper, dated December 19, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. The Joint Authority for Jewish Education, Department of Jewish Education and Culture in the Diaspora. Dr. Rafi Sheniak writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated June 11, 1993. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. University of Florida, The University Libraries. Robert Singerman [Jewish Studies Bibliographer] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated July 7, 1993. Contains original signature.
  - Included with correspondence: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries, Acquisitions Department. Suzanne Kiker [Unit Head, Gifts and Approvals] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated July 28, 1993.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Consulate General of Israel, Toronto. Joyce Ritter [Information Officer] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on, 5 ½” w X 8 ½” h paper, dated July 14, 1993. Contains original signature.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. The Library of Congress, Exchange and Gift Division. Donald P. Panzera [Chief] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated April 18, 1995. Contains original signature.
  -Included with correspondence: The Library of Congress, Exchange and Gift Division. Judy C. McDermott [Chief] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated February 8, 1990.
   
  Holtzman, Checklist Inquiries/ Thank-you’s. Center for Israel Education. Dr. Kenneth W. Stein [President] writes to Mr. [Irwin T.] Holtzman. Correspondence is hand-written on, 5 ½” w X 8 ½” h paper, dated June 15, 2010. Contains original signature.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. “Holtzman Israeli Collection”. Description of collection donated to Michigan State University and funding requirements.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. “Holtzman Talking Points”. Description of Mr. Holtzman and collection.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. “Holtzman gift to MSU reflects passion for Israeli Culture”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Press release. “Michigan State University Receives Holtzman Israeli Literature Collection”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. “The Irwin T. “Toby” & Shirley  Holtzman Collection of Modern Hebrew Literature”. Collection background information, proposal, and conclusion.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Online printout from Michigan State University. “Holtzman gift reflects passion for telling the story of Israel through literature”. October 13, 2011.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Criticism”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Bibliographies and Biographical Publications”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Catalogs”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Photography Books and Photos”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Books on Theater and Film”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Israeli Periodicals”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Artwork and Posters”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Anthologies”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Palestinian/ Arab Authors Published in Israel”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Russian Authors Published in Israel”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Israeli Reference Materials”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Judaica and Jewish Literature by Jewish Authors”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Political Leaders: The State of Israel”.
   
  The Holtzman Collection at Michigan State University. Bibliography. “Books Related to the State of Israel”.
   
  The Holtzman Foundation. Personal correspondence. American Friends of the Hebrew University. Gail Luxenberg Gruen [Executive Director, Mid-West Region, American Friends of the Hebrew University] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for his gift of $6,000, for funds designated for scholarships at the discretion of Rector Haim Rabinowitz. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from American Friends of the Hebrew University.Dated February 19, 2008.
  -Included with correspondence: Yaffe, Anat. Personal correspondence. Yaffe [Director, Section for Reporting, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to report the recipients of the 2 Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman Grants for Student Aid, during the academic year 2006-2007, as approved by the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Correspondence is a photocopy of a typed letter, on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Dated December 27, 2007.
  -Short biography and thank you correspondence from each of the recipients attached: Uri Zvi Tor, Israel Touitou, Nir Kaidar, and Wefeq Muasi.
   
  The Holtzman-Harman Room. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman, Special Collection of Israel Literature. National & Hebrew University Library.
   
  The Holtzman-Harman Room. Photograph. Mr. and Mrs. Holtzman in the Holtzman-Harman Room.
   
  The Holtzman-Harman Room. Personal correspondence. American Friends of the Hebrew University. Philip Gartenberg [Vice President for Finance and Administration, American Friends of the Hebrew University] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for his donation of Israeli Literature. Gartenberg acknowledges the receipt of The Shirley and Irwin T. Holtzman Israeli Literature Collection, consisting of about 3,419 books. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from American Friends of the Hebrew University.Dated March 21, 2000.
   
  The Holtzman-Harman Room. The National & Hebrew University Library. Pamphlet. The Hebrew University, The Director of Israel National and Hebrew University Library, and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin T. Holtzman, invite company to the opening of the Holtzman-Harman Room, Donation of Special Collection of Israeli Literature, on June 24, 1999. Honored guests: Yehuda Amichai, Teddy Kollek, Ehud Olmert, and Shimon Peres. Itinerary included for a Day of Dedication and Discussion, The Achievement of Israeli Literature, 1948-. Pamphlet measures, 3 1/8” w X 8 ½” h.
   
  The Holtzman-Harman Room. The National & Hebrew University Library. Pamphlet. Welcome to The Holtzman-Harman Room, The Special Collection of Israeli Literature, 1948-, The Friends of the Hebrew University. Information regarding origin, definition, and attributes of the Collection. Pamphlet measures, 3 1/8” w X 8 ½” h.
   
  The Holtzman-Harman Room. Magazine article (front page). On back: “Bookworm” by David Margolis. Honors Irwin T. and Shirley Holtzman for Holtzman-Harman Room at the National & Hebrew University Library, Jerusalem. Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Holtzman in Holtzman-Harman Room featured as well. The Jerusalem Report Magazine, November 1, 2004.
   
  The Holtzman-Harman Room. Invitation. Special Open House for the 25 year Reunion of all Participants in the Publications of “Contemporary Israeli Literature” 1977. Event to take place in Holtzman-Harmon Room on June 5, 2002. In attendance: Elliot Anderson, Editor, Irwin T. Holtzman, sponsor and advisors, authors, friends, and translators. Back of invitation features photo of Mr. and Mrs. Holtzman in Holtzman-Harman room. Invitation measures, 6 ¼” w X 4 5/8” h.
   
  The Holtzman-Harman Room. Invitation. Special Open House for the 24thJerusalem International Book Fair, February 17 and 18, 2009, in Holtzman-Harman Room. Invitation is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h.
   
  The Holtzman-Harman Room. Photograph. Photocopies of photo of Mr. and Mrs. Holtzman in Holtzman-Harman Room. Photograph is printed in black and white on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h.
   
  Hoover Institution Archives. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman, Collection of Boris Pasternak (1890-1960). Stanford University.
   
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  Israel Association of Writers in English. Tel Aviv University. Personal correspondence. Jerome Mendel [Treasurer, IAWE, English Department, Tel Aviv University] writes to Mr. [Irwin] Toby Holtzman to invite him to contribute to The Israel Association of Writers in English, a branch of the Israel Writers Federation. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Humanities,dated April 29, 1987. Contains original signature.
   
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  The Jerusalem Foundation. The Mayer Central Library, Jerusalem. Personal correspondence. Rachel Cohen [Director, Jerusalem City Libraries] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for sending them the check for the Jerusalem Foundation, and works of Russian literature. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 10 ¾” h paper, from The Jerusalem Mayer City Library, dated October 9, 1973. Contains original signature.
   
  The Jerusalem Foundation. Cheshin, Ruth. Personal correspondence. Cheshin [Director] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for his annual donation of $5,000 to The Jerusalem Foundation. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated June 5, 1974. Contains original signature.
   
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  Modern British Collections. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman, Special Collection of John Osborne. The British Library at St. Pancras.
   
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  The National Association of Professors of Hebrew. Personal correspondence. Gilead Morahg [Vice President, National Association of Professors of Hebrew] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for providing his “Checklist” to NAPH. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from National Association of Professors of Hebrew, dated May 18, 1989. Contains original signature.
   
  The National Association of Professors of Hebrew. Personal correspondence. Gilead Morahg [Vice President, National Association of Professors of Hebrew] writes to [Irwin] Toby [Holtzman] to ask him about his “Bibliography”. Correspondence is a photocopy of a hand written letter, on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from National Association of Professors of Hebrew, dated January 9, 1990.
   
  The National Association of Professors of Hebrew. Personal correspondence. Gilead Morahg [Vice President, National Association of Professors of Hebrew] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to ask him to provide NAPH with more copies of his “Checklist”. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from National Association of Professors of Hebrew, dated August 13, 1991. Contains original signature.
   
  The National Association of Professors of Hebrew. Personal correspondence. Gilead Morahg [Vice President, National Association of Professors of Hebrew] writes to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman to thank him for providing NAPH with more copies of his “Checklist”. Correspondence is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, from National Association of Professors of Hebrew, dated October 6, 1992. Contains original signature.
   
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  Recognitions. A diploma of merit from the “All-Soviet Bibliophilic Society” with a collection of editions of the “All-Soviet Society of the Book”, granted to I.T. [Irwin Toby] Holtzman, for his activity in strengthening cultural cooperation between the USSR and the U.S.A. Recognition sent by The Jewish National & University Library. Excerpt from Golos Planeti[Voice of the Planet], section “Knizhnoie Obozrenie” [review of books]. Correspondence is typed on 8 ¼” w X 8 ¾” h paper, [bottom portion torn off], from The Jewish University & National Library, not dated.
   
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  Slavic & Baltic Division. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman & Joseph Kaufman, Special Collection of 19thCentury Russian Literature in English. The New York Public Library.
   
  Slavic & East European Division. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman, Special Collection of Soviet Russian Literature. University of Michigan.
   
  Special Collections Department. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman, Special Collection of American Indian Literature. The University of Illinois at Chicago.
   
  Special Collections Room. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman, Special Collection of William Faulkner. University of Michigan.
   
  Special Collections and University Archives. Business Cards. Irwin T. & Shirley Holtzman, Special Collection of Crocket Johnson Pseud. David Johnson Leisk (1906-1975). Stanford University.
   
  Speeches. “A Letter From 14thJerusalem International Book Fair” [March 12-18, 1989]. Essay is typed on standard size paper, 8 ½” w X 11” h, dated April 13, 1989. 
   
Series VI: Realia Files
   
These are the files pertaining to collectable items that Irwin T. Holtzman used in the building of his collections. They include political pins, embossers, and various items from the Jerusalem International Book Fair.
   
Box Description
   
8 Baseball Card. Hank Greenberg. Cooperstown Collection.
   
  Book of Psalms. Hebrew-English. Sinai Publishing, Tel Aviv. 1965.
   
  Detroit Library. Book Mark. “Friends of the Detroit Public Library”.
   
  Holtzman-Harmon Room. Embosser. Hebrew.
   
  Israel National Library. Embosser.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Book Marks. “The 12thJerusalem International Book Fair”. May 5-10, 1985.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Book Marks. “The 13thJerusalem International Book Fair”. April 6-12, 1987.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Book Marks. “The 14thJerusalem International Book Fair”. March 12-18, 1989.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Book Marks. “The 15thJerusalem International Book Fair”. April 28- May 4, 1991.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Book Marks. “The 16thJerusalem International Book Fair”. April 18-24, 1993.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Book Marks. “The 19thJerusalem International Book Fair”. June 20-25, 1999.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Note Pads. “21stJerusalem International Book Fair”. March 31-April 4, 2003.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Note Pads. “22ndJerusalem International Book Fair”. February 13-18, 2005.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Magnifier. “20thJerusalem International Book Fair”. May 7-11, 2001.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Magnifier. “22ndJerusalem International Book Fair”. February 13-18, 2005.
   
  Jerusalem International Book Fair. Magnifier. “23rdJerusalem International Book Fair”. February 18-24, 2007.
   
  Letter Opener. Wooden. “Jerusalem” in English & Hebrew.
   
  Museum Panel. Russian-English. Holtzman donation to exhibition.
   
  Pencil Holder. Wooden. Engraving on bottom. [Symbol of Jerusalem].
   
  Peres, Shimon. Political Pins. “Peres: Security Peace”.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Political Pins. “Peres” [Hebrew & English]. Large.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Political Pins. “Peres” [Hebrew & English]. Small.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Political Pin Fobs. “Peres” [Hebrew & English].
   
Series VII: Audio Material Files
   
These are the files pertaining to audio materials that Irwin T. Holtzman used in the building of his collections. They include a VHS of an Israeli politician, and books on tape of Israeli authors.
   
Box Description
   
8 Amichai, Yehuda. Audio Cassette. “Both of Us Together, Each of Us Apart”. Watershed Tapes. International Series. Number C-151.
   
  Oz, Amos. Audio Cassette. [No title]. Dated May 16, 1978.
   
  Peres, Shimon. Video. “Celebrating with Shimon Peres his 80thBirthday”. September 21, 2003. Now Beyond Videos.



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