Jews -- South Carolina -- Charleston
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Willard N. Hirsch papers
This collection contains Willard Hirsch's papers, clippings, and publications related to his career as a sculptor, including his correspondence, photographs, sketches of his artwork, a scrapbook related to his work, and exhibition catalogs. It also includes information on his work as an art instructor, his involvement with the arts and Jewish communities in Charleston, South Carolina, and on members of his family, including his wife, Mordenai Raisin Hirsch, and uncle, Herman Rosenbluth.
Harold Jacobs photographs
Three photographs of Harold Jacobs, owner of the Charleston, South Carolina, grocery store Harold's Cabin.
Karesh family photographs
Black and white photographs of Alex Karesh, Leslie Karesh, and Stanley H. Karesh of Charleston, South Carolina.
Lazarus and Hirsch families papers
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.
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.
Octavia Harby Moses autograph album
Collection consists of an autograph album presented to Octavia Harby Moses by Aaron Moïse Jr. in 1836, containing poems composed or copied by her friends and relations, including two specifically written on the occasion of her 15th birthday. Several pages are signed by Penina Moïse, but the majority of authors are identified only by a first name or initial.
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.