Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
Rhetta A. Mendelsohn collection
Photographs, assorted correspondence and papers of the Block, Rich, and Aronson families of Camden, South Carolina, Orangeburg, South Carolina, and Kingstree, South Carolina collected by Rhetta A. Mendelsohn.
Mendelson family photographs
Ben McCutchen Moïse papers
Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, work files, publications, and related papers of Ben McCutchen Moïse, conservation officer with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources from 1978 to 2002, author of Ramblings of a Lowcountry Game Warden: A Memoir, and editor of A Southern Sportsman: The Hunting Memoirs of Henry Edwards Davis.
Warren Hubert Moïse letters
William Vincent Moore papers
National Council of Jewish Women Charleston Section records
The collection consists of the records of the Charleston Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. A substantial portion of the collection documents the Charleston Section's fundraising activities, charitable and educational programs, membership events, and 100th anniversary celebration through photographs, printed matter, newspaper clippings, and other materials. Also included are materials documenting its administrative and financial activities and early history.
Pastime Amusement Company records
Milton A. Pearlstine and Cecile M. Pearlstine papers
Correspondence, photographs, clippings, and other assorted papers relating to the life and work of Milton Alfred Pearlstine, founding member and secretary of the South Carolina State Ports Authority from 1942 to 1972 and president and secretary of I. M. Pearlstine & Sons. The collection also contains materials relating to his wife, civic volunteer and former president of the Charleston Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, Cecile Mayer Pearlstine.
Pollitzer and Hoben families papers
President's Report for Annual Meetings, 1984 - 2007
Scattered years; includes event programs, transcripts of reports, and black and white photographs. Includes transcipt of Davis Moltke-Hansen's speech, "The Need for Avery," (1984).