Ehrich, Levi, and Weinberg families papers
Papers of the Ehrich, Levi, and Weinberg families features a scrapbook of letters written by William S. Ehrich to his family at home during his World War I service in Europe and assorted photographs of the Ehrich, Levi, and Weinberg families. Also included are photocopies of Ehrich's scrapbook and the family photographs.
- Ehrich, William Seigman, 1881-1969 (Person)
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Materials in English.
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Dr. William Seigman Ehrich (1881-1969) was born in South Carolina and lived in Georgetown, South Carolina; Louisville, Kentucky; Evansville, Indiana; and finally Manning, South Carolina. Ehrich was a surgeon at Evansville State Hospital for most of his career. He had a brother, Arthur Ehrich, and a sister, Cornelia Ehrich Weinberg.
0.25 linear feet (1 slim document box)
Papers consist of a scrapbook of William S. Ehrich's World War I letters and assorted photographs of the Ehrich, Levi, and Weinberg families. Also included are photocopies of Ehrich's scrapbook and the family photographs.
Materials are described at the folder level.
Materials donated in 2013 by Sylvia Weinberg Clark.
Processed by Lauren Bickel, August 2023.
- Inventory of the Ehrich, Levi, and Weinberg Families Papers, 1917-1946
- Processed by: Lauren Bickel; finding aid created by: Lauren Bickel
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