Appel family papers
Collection includes Ida and Abraham Appel's South Carolina marriage license (1922); Ida Appel's original Certificate of U.S. Citizenship (1935) and U.S passport (1967); Abraham Appel's social security cards, South Carolina driver's license (1961), and laminated clipping of his obituary (1962). Also includes Harry I. Appel's birth certificate (1924) from Mercy Hospital, Charleston, SC, Notification of Birth Registration (1924) from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, and a typhoid vaccination record (1932).; Also includes Fannie Appel's birth certificate (1926) from the City of Charleston Dept. of Health and vaccination records (1930, 1932) for diphtheria and typhoid. Also contains a photocopy of Samuel Appel's bar mitzvah certificate (1942) from Beth Israel Synagogue, Charleston, SC; black and white photograph (1941) of Sam Appel's military boot camp class, Newport, RI; program (1947) from the 11th Annual Southern Regional Convention of Aleph Zadik Aleph District Five.
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Materials in English.
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Although both were originally from Kaluszyn, Poland, Abraham Appel (1890-1962) and Ida Goldberg (1901-1985) courted in Charleston, South Carolina, and were married there in 1922. The Appels had four children, Dr. Harry Appel, Sidney Appel, Samuel Appel and Fannie "Faye" Appel Rones. Abraham Appel ran Appel Furniture (520 King St.) in Charleston, SC.
2 folders (18 items) : ill. ; 5 x 9 cm. to 28 cm.
Arrangement is chronological within each folder.
Materials donated by Samuel Appel and Fannie Appel Rones.
- Inventory of the Appel Family Papers, 1922-1967
- Processed by: Special Collections staff; finding aid created by: Special Collections staff
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