Synagogue Emanu-El (Charleston, S.C.)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Kronsberg family papers
Photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other papers of the Kronsberg family, particularly three brothers: Edward, Milton, and Macey. Materials relate to Edward's discount store chain; Milton's service during World War II at the German POW camp in Charleston, South Carolina; and the family's involvement in Charleston's first Conservative congregation, Synagogue Emanu-El.
Macey and Adele Kronsberg and family papers
Assorted personal papers and photographs of Macey Kronsberg (1911-2001), Adele Jules Kronsberg (1909-2002), and their daughter Peggy Kronsberg Pearlstein.
Sisterhood of Synagogue Emanu-El Ladies Night Out scrapbooks
Collection consists of two scrapbooks containing photographs, clippings, tickets, invitations, raffle lists, guest lists, and other assorted ephemera related to the Ladies Night Out annual fundraising event held by the Sisterhood of Synagogue Emanu-El to benefit Emanu-El synagogue, Charleston's first Conservative congregation. Sunny Steinberg, co-chair of Ladies Night Out from 2000 to 2010, compiled both scrapbooks.
Synagogue Emanu-El records
Records of Synagogue Emanu-El, the first conservative synagogue in Charleston, South Carolina. Materials document the administrative, social, educational, and spiritual activities of the congregation and its members. Also included are the records of Emanu-El’s Sisterhood, which provides major financial support for the synagogue.