JHC. Jewish Heritage Collection
Found in 231 Collections and/or Records:
Renata Somers collection of Holocaust photographs
The collection consists of copy negatives, contact sheets, and digital images of the destruction of the synagogue in Holešov, Czechoslovakia, in 1941, by the Nazis. Also included are images of photographs, postcards, and letters relating to Renata Somers's grandfather, Jakub Michalowski, cantor of the Holešov Jewish community, who was killed at Auschwitz in 1944.
South Carolina Association of B'nai B'rith Lodges records
Southern Jewish Historical Society records-Part I
Southern Jewish Historical Society records-Part II
Meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, programs, publications, and other administrative records of part II of the Southern Jewish Historical Society (SJHS). Materials relate to the organization and function of SJHS with resources relevant to southern Jewish History.
St. Philip Street "Rewisited" Reunion
Ethel Jorgensen Stafford papers
The collection consists of images, postcards, clippings, and photocopies of Ethel Jorgensen Stafford, a U.S. Army nurse who was stationed in Germany in 1945. Included are atrocity photographs of concentration camp victims and photographs of war damage to German cities where Jorgensen was based, including Aachen, Viersen, Gardelegen, and Berlin.
Gordan B. Stine scrapbooks
David Ashby Stuckey bills of sale, receipts, and correspondence
Bills of sale, receipts, and correspondence of David Ashby Stuckey, a cotton farmer from Lee County, South Carolina.
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.
"Tanz der Teufel" (Dance of the Devil) print set, illustrated explanation, and other materials
Signed set of 12 prints by German artist Peter-Michael Glöckner titled "Tanz der Teufel" (Dance of the Devil) depicting scenes from the Third Reich and the Holocaust. Also included is a framed, illustrated explanation of the print set and other assorted materials relating to Glöckner.