Harold P. Givner papers
Two certificates (Dec. 1953) from Dan Lodge No. 593 of B'nai B'rith (Charleston, SC) and from District Grand Lodge No. 5 honoring Harold P. Givner for twenty-five years of service to the organization.
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Harold P. Givner was born in New York. His family moved to Charleston, South Carolina, in the early 1900s where his father (Louis Givner) opened a tailor shop. Givner worked as a designer in the shop and eventually ran the business himself. He joined Dan Lodge No. 593 of B'nai B'rith in 1928, the year after he married his wife, Claire.
1 folder (2 leaves) : some col. ; 28 cm.
Materials donated by Janet Givner Oberman Livingstain.
- Inventory of the Harold P. Givner Papers, 1953
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