clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 260 Collections and/or Records:
Louis Baker papers
Barnwell family papers
Baruch and Lennox families photographs and papers
The collection consists of family photographs and photograph albums, scrapbooks, and assorted papers of the Baruch family of Camden, South Carolina, and New York City, and the Lennox family of Rocky Hill, Connecticut. Materials primarily relate to Hartwig Nathaniel Baruch Sr., stage actor and member of the New York stock exchange, his wife, Arline Lennox Baruch, and their son, Hartwig Nathaniel Baruch Jr.
Basic Skills Assessment Bill: Correspondence and newspaper articles , 1977 - 1978
Contains materials pertaining to Whipper's tenure as Assistant to the President (1972-1976), and Director of the Office of Human Relations (1978-1981).
Benjamin Berendt and Anna Gelson Berendt papers
Writings, newspaper clippings, poetry, plays, publications, correspondence, photographs, and other personal papers of Benjamin Berendt and Anna Gelson Berendt of Charleston, South Carolina. Materials mostly relate to the Berendt and Gelson family histories as well as Benjamin's and Anna's travels. Also included are Aleph Zadik Aleph Chapter 143 publications from the 1950s and 1960s.
Bill: House #3071-Spousal Sexual Battery, 1990-1992
Session 109: Includes bill revisions, correspondence, and newspaper articles.
Bloom family papers
Photographs, scrapbooks, correspondence, clippings, school records, and other materials relating to the Bloom family of Greenville, South Carolina. The majority of records document the education, military service, and community involvement of Jack Bloom, with a smaller quantity of materials pertaining to his parents, Julius and Jennie Shatenstein Bloom, and his wife, Lillian Chernoff Bloom, as well as items relating to the Chernoff, Cohen, and Shatenstein families.
Zig Boroughs papers
Solomon Breibart professional papers
Research files, publications, correspondence, and other professional papers of Solomon Breibart, teacher and historian. Materials relate to Breibart's research and publications on the history of Charleston's Jewish population, in particular, the history of the city's oldest Jewish congregation, Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim.