Contains 12 Results:
Bound volume of newspaper clippings by and about Jacob Raisin. In English and Hebrew.
Freemason certificates, 1910, 1933
Jacob Raisin's Latin certificates from the Freemasons in New Mexico and South Carolina.
Charleston Freemasons' decree, 1933
Recognizing Raisin as Knight Commander of the Court of Honour of the 32nd Degree.
Friendship Lodge No. 9, 1929-1937
Banquet programs and menus for annual events.
Raisin's passport, issued in 1931.
Obituaries, 1946, 1974
Includes programs honoring Raisin's memory. Also includes a letter from Raisin's nephew Daniel Shimshoni to Mordenai Raisin, in which he translates a HaDoar article written after Raisin's death.
Plaque of Jacob Raisin, 1949
Plaster cast and subsequent bronze bas relief created by Willard Hirsch, well-known Charleston sculptor and Jacob Raisin's son-in-law.
Biographical, 1897-circa 1914
Contains Raisin's naturalization papers from the U.S. Department of Labor, as well as a later copy.
Biographical, 1919-1994, undated
Includes clippings, certificates, and other materials related to Jane Lazarus Raisin, her involvement with the Daughters of the American Revolution, Hadassah, and other organizations. Also contains obituaries and a eulogy by Rabbi Burton Padoll(?).
Correspondence, 1894-1897, undated
Personal correspondence sent from Jane Lazarus in New Jersey and Massachusetts to her father and her aunt (Rachel Levy?).