Series G details the establishment of the American Friends of the Jerusalem Academy and Conference Center. Friedman was the first president of the organization. This series provides details about the organizations establishment, meeting minutes, board members, and budget reports. Also included are documents on activities carried out by the organization.Arrangement Note: This subseries is arranged chronologically using original folder headings.
|Financial documents establishing charitable status. Meeting minutes and correspondence. [Restricted]||1977-1980.||20/14|
|Read||Establishment documents, by-laws, and meeting minutes.||1977-1981.||20/15|
|Read||Planning documents, newsclippings and correspondence. Financial and tax exempt documents.||1977-1988.||21/1|
|Read||Brochure and seal materials.||1980.||21/2|
|Read||Board of Directors minutes. Financial documents.||1980-1981.||21/3|
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