Alch family photographs
Folder of biographical information on the Solomon Brown Alch family including birth, death and marriage dates; color photocopies of Alch family photographs (1910s-1990s); includes original wedding photograph (1928) of Joe Brown Alch and Rose Berloe; photocopies of Alch family news clippings (1930s-1950s) include mentions (1932) of Ted Brown Alch's involvement as Master of Ceremonies at a New Jersey Marathon Dance Contest; Private Jerry Alch's participation as an emcee for military functions, ca. 1940s; Ted Brown Alch's death, 1952.
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Both originally from Lithuania, Solomon Brown Alch (1880-1953) and Anna Levine (1881-1948) met in Manchester, England, and were married in 1901. Two of their thirteen children were born in Manchester. The Alch family immigrated to the United States in 1904 and had eleven more children. The family lived in Boston, Massachusetts, for several years and settled in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1913. Their tenth child, Jerome Alch, moved to Charleston, South Carolina, with his wife Gladys during the 1990s.
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Materials donated by Gladys Alch.
- Alch, Gladys (Donor, Person)
- Inventory of the Alch Family Photographs, 1920-1940s
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