Savitz brothers photograph
This collection consists of one black and white photograph of the four Savitz brothers (Maurice, Isaac, Samuel, and Daniel) standing on a street in St. Matthews, South Carolina. Location believed to be at F.R. Huff Drive near Bridge Street.
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The Savitz family of St. Matthews, South Carolina, was comprised of Solomon Savitz (1876-1947), his wife Eittel "Ida" Read Savitz (1879-1948), and their four sons: Maurice (1913-2008), twins Isaac (1916-1977) and Samuel (1916-1996), and Daniel (1919-1985).
1 item (1 folder)
One black and white photograph of the Savitz brothers (Maurice, Isaac, Samuel, and Daniel) taken in St. Matthews, South Carolina, in the late 1920s or early 1930s.
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Gift of Miriam Grayson via Ruth Jacobs.
Processed by Anne Bennett, July 2011.
- Inventory of the Savitz Brothers Photograph, 1920s-1930s
- Processed by: Anne Bennett; machine-readable finding aid created by: Sarah Dorpinghaus
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