Sokol and Goldwasser families papers
Papers of the Sokol and Goldwasser families of South Carolina. It consists of photographs of the families and local civic life, ephemera, clippings, an autograph book, and minutes in Yiddish of the Chevra Kadisha Society and a partial translation.
- approximately 1920s-1970s
Language of Material
Materials are mostly in English with some in Yiddish and Hebrew.
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The Sokol family originated in Kaluszyn in what is now Poland and immigrated to the United States in the 20th century. They were involved in the Kalushiner Society of Charleston, South Carolina.
0.25 linear feet (1 slim document box)
Papers of the Sokol and Goldwasser families of South Carolina.
Materials are described at the folder level.
Materials donated in 2000 and 2013 by Barbara Weintraub Wine.
Processed by Lauren Bickel, August 2023.
- Goldwater family
- Jewish families -- South Carolina
- Jews -- South Carolina -- Social life and customs
- Jews -- South Carolina -- Societies, etc.
- Sokol family
- autograph albums
- black-and-white photographs
- clippings (information artifacts)
- color photographs
- family papers
- minutes (administrative records)
- Inventory of the Sokol and Goldwasser Families Papers, approximately 1920s-1970s
- Processed by: Lauren Bickel; finding aid created by: Lauren Bickel
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