AJDC

AcronymDefinition
AJDCAmerican Journal of Diseases of Children
AJDCAmerican Jewelry Design Council (est. 1988; Boulder, CO)
AJDCAmerican Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (also seen as JDC)
AJDCAmer Jubran Defense Committee
AJDCAmerican Jazz Dance Company (Spring, TX)
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(98.) William Bein to the Joint in Buenos Aires, July 19, 1946[?], box 226, collection 350, AJDC ZIH.
(100.) David Guzik (Warsaw Joint) to the Joint office in Buenos Aires, February 23, 1946, object 70, box 226/350, AJDC ZIH.
(102.) Jozef Gitler-Barski (Warsaw Joint) to Asociacion Filantropica Israelita Buenos Aires, 7.7.1948, box 1548, collection 350, AJDC ZIH.
(103.) Joint office in Warsaw to Cywia Kramarska and Abram Kolski, July 26, 1948, box 1548, collection 350, AJDC ZIH.
Pollack from the Joint in Buenos Aires to the Warsaw Joint office, November 17, 1947, object 12, box 226, collection 350, AJDC 2lH; Jozef Gitler-Barski to Joint in Buenos Aires, January 8, 1948, object 11, box 226, collection 350, AJDC ZIH.
As the authorized agent to act for AJDC at the Depot, I am responsible for the fate of these books, their distribution, disposition, and ultimate return.
The AJDC representative arrived at a rather crucial time when previous activities at the Archival Depot were being subjected to close investigations by various official bodies.
Sass, director, AJDC Supply Department in Paris, to the AJDC in Bad Arolsen, September 30, 1946, Leo W.
(51.) Herbert Katzki, director, AJDC German Operations, to S.
Feder, May 13,1947, box 55, folder 4, Dawidowicz Papers, and in "Records of the YIVO, Files Relating to Restitution." See, too, the memo of Lucy Schildkret, AJDC representative, "Report of Activities at Offenbach Archival Depot," May 13, 1947, box 52, folder 6, Dawidowicz Papers.
Haber, deputy director of the AJDC, June 23, 1947, Philip Friedman Papers, YIVO Archives, RG 1258, folder 394.
(92.) Lucy Schildkret to AJDC regional directors, April 7, 1947, Philip Friedman Papers, YIVO Archives, RG 1258, folder 394.