Doris Marks Ferst papers
Photograph albums, loose photographs, clippings, correspondence, and assorted ephemera of Doris Marks Ferst.
- approximately 1900-2000
- Majority of material found within approximately 1900s-1959
- Ferst, Doris Marks, 1898-1980 (Person)
Language of Material
Materials in English.
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Doris Marks Ferst (1898-1980) was born into the Marks family of Charleston, South Carolina, and she was a first cousin of prominent mathematician and author Robert Marks. Her mother Rosa Mortiz Marks was involved in preservation of historic buildings in Charleston, and her grandfather was Moses Marks, an early Jewish merchant in the city.
1.0 linear feet (2 document boxes, 1 oversize paper folder)
Photograph albums, loose photographs, clippings, correspondence, and assorted ephemera of Doris Marks Ferst (1898-1980) of the Marks family of Charleston, South Carolina.
Materials are described at the folder level.
Donated in 2015 by (Doris) Leslie Ferst.
Processed 2022 by Lauren Bickel.
- Inventory of the Doris Marks Ferst Papers, approximately 1900s-2000 (bulk approximately 1900s-1959)
- Processed by: Lauren Bickel; finding aid created by: Lauren Bickel
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