Lillie Goldstein Lubin papers
The collection includes publicity photographs of Lillie Goldstein as well as snapshots of Goldstein with her sister, Rosalie Goldstein (Kurland), and friends. Also included is sheet music, a compact disc compilation of Lisa Lubin's musical performances titled The Voice of Lisa Lubin, and a newspaper clipping detailing Lubin's 1940 performance at Memminger Auditorium in Charleston, South Carolina.
- Lubin, Lillie Goldstein, 1923- (Person)
Language of Material
Materials in English
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The daughter of Polish and Lithuanian immigrants, Lillie Goldstein Lubin was born in 1923 in Charleston, South Carolina. Her mother, Bessie Goldstein, ensured her daughters (Lillie and younger sister, Rosalie) received a musical education, and by age seven, Lillie was performing on radio station WCSC's "Children's Hour." In 1939, Goldstein was chosen to represent South Carolina at the Radio Queen of the South competition in Miami, Florida. (Her sister won the same contest three years later.) Goldstein married Harry Lubin in the mid-1940s and pursued a professional operatic career in New York City under the stage name "Lisa" Lubin.
19 items (2 folders)
The collection consists primarily of photographs of Lillie "Lisa" Goldstein Lubin (1923- ), an opera singer born in Charleston, South Carolina. Sheet music, a compact disc compilation of Lubin's musical performances, and a newspaper clipping are also included.
Materials are described at the folder level.
Materials were donated by Lillie Goldstein Lubin.
Alternate Form of Materials
Most photographs also exist in slide and negative format and are housed in the JHC Negative Notebook.
Processed by Anne Bennett, July 2011.
- Inventory of the Lillie Goldstein Lubin Papers, 1930s-1940s
- Processed by: Anne Bennett; machine-readable finding aid created by: Sarah Dorpinghaus
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- Funding from the Council on Library and Information Resources supported the processing of this collection and encoding of the finding aid.