Scope and arrangement
The Aleksander and Anna Rudzinski Collection consists of materials dealing with interwar Poland and the early years of emigration to America. The materials reflect the life of Polish Jewish scholars in the field of international law and biology. The collection contains black and white photos of largely unidentified man and women. Among the other subjects are cities, nature, recreation, boats and group photographs. The collection also includes correspondence, documents, papers as well as several articles by Aleksander Rudzinski.
The The Aleksander and Anna Rudzinski Collection is arranged in six series:
This Series consists of correspondence by Aleksander and Anna Rudzinski, their friends and relatives in USA, Poland and Israel.
This Series includes a short biography of Aleksander Rudzinski, his articles and manuscripts in English and Polish as well as articles by his colleagues, family documents, materials from the American Committee for Scientists in Poland, stamps, and old Polish currency.
Series III contains black and white photos of Aleksander and Anna Rudzinski and a largely unidentified man and women. Among the subjects are military officers, military camps and ceremonies, sports and recreation, cars, boats and group photographs.