Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
Lillie Goldstein Lubin papers
The collection consists primarily of photographs of Lillie "Lisa" Goldstein Lubin (1923- ), an opera singer born in Charleston, South Carolina. Sheet music, a compact disc compilation of Lubin's musical performances, and a newspaper clipping are also included.
Carol Lyons and Dorothy D’Anna papers
The collection consists of the papers of partners Carol Lyons and Dorothy D’Anna, co-founders and co-directors of the Little Theatre School at the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, South Carolina. The papers include correspondence, theater programs, photographs, and newspaper clippings documenting the couple’s work in the theater.
Albert J. Martin collection of World War II photographs
The collection consists of approximately 160 photographs and negatives collected by U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Albert J. Martin during World War II. Photographs show Nazi parades, American troops and materiel, and German landscapes, buildings, and civilians. Also includes nine Holocaust atrocity photographs taken in a concentration camp near Erfurt, Germany.
Mazo and Spikler families photographs
Family photographs of the Mazo and Spikler families of Charleston, South Carolina, taken approximately from the 1930s to 2010. Some come from an album compiled by Florence ("Boomalee") Mazo Nirenblatt.
Mazo family photographs
Family photographs of the Mazo family of Charleston, South Carolina, taken approximately 1900s-1960s. The majority come from an album compiled by Florence ("Boomalee") Mazo Nirenblatt.
Mazo, Rabin, and Sorota families papers
Family papers of the Mazo, Rabin, and Sorota families of Charleston, South Carolina. Included are photographs and albums, correspondence, newspaper clippings, legal documents, and ephemera.
Corrie McCallum papers
Ruth Ann McDonald papers
Will McMasters papers
The collection consists of photographs, booklets, and maps related to Will McMasters, a captain in the 56th Armored Engineers Battalion of the U.S. Army during World War II. Included are nine Holocaust atrocity photographs from Mauthausen concentration camp, in Austria.
Mendelsohn family papers
Photographs, eulogies, audio interview, and clippings relating to the Mendelsohn family of Charleston, South Carolina. Benjamin Mendelsohn and his wife, Fay Zamler Mendelsohn, settled in Charleston in 1907 where Benjamin operated a tailor shop on King Street and Fay later opened her own store, the Bandbox, selling women's hats and dresses. The collection also includes images of the related Bluestein family.