clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 260 Collections and/or Records:
Doris Marks Ferst papers
Photograph albums, loose photographs, clippings, correspondence, and assorted ephemera of Doris Marks Ferst (1898-1980) of the Marks family of Charleston, South Carolina.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper clippings about South Carolina
The collection consists of various clippings from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper from 1858 to 1901. Each of the clippings concern events or places in South Carolina. Most of the articles concern the Civil War.
Franklin C. Fetter Family Health Center, 1988-1995
Contains newspaper articles and correspondence.
Max Freilich papers
Images, correspondence, and newspaper clippings of Max Freilich, a German Kindertransport refugee interned in England and Canada. Materials relate to the Freilich family's persecution in Nazi Germany, Freilich's rescue by the Kindertransport, subsequent internment in English and Canadian internment camps, and service in the Canadian army. The collection also includes images of Freilich and family members.
Fund and Kerner families papers
The collection consists of photographs, postcards, clippings, memoirs, and other papers relating to the Fund and Kerner families, whose members immigrated to the United States from Poland and Czechoslovakia after World War II.
Furchgott and Brothers department store newspaper advertisement
Collection consists of a full page advertisement for Furchgott and Brothers and a postcard of a 1900 photograph of King Street, Charleston, South Carolina.
Arthur C. Furchgott papers
Lewis R. Gibbes papers
Alwyn Goldstein papers
Biographical materials, correspondence, research files, printed materials, photographs, family scrapbooks, and family photograph albums of Alwyn Goldstein of Georgetown, South Carolina. Also included are materials relating to Alwyn’s Department Store and various administrative records of Temple Beth Elohim.
David Grabin papers
Images, memoir, and newspaper clippings of David Grabin, a Holocaust survivor imprisoned at several camps during World War II. Images include negatives, slides, photocopies, and digital images of family photographs Grabin carried throughout the war. Grabin's memoir details his experience as he was separated from his family and moved from camp to camp, ending at Theresienstadt.