Box JHC Holocaust Archives Box 5
Contains 12 Results:
Contains letters in Yiddish to Helen Lipton from her mother, Rivke Machale Sterenzys; her nephew, Dovid Albirt; and her brother, Chiam Sterenzys, all in Poland. Topics include the desire of the family to come to America; family marriages; and the health of family members, including Chiam Sterenzys and Mendel Menachim Sterenzys, Lipton's father. Also includes English translations.
Contains letters to Lipton from Rivke Machale Sterenzys; Dovid Albirt; and Chiam Sterenzys. Letters focus on efforts to help Sterenzys family members escape Poland and come to America, including obtaining immigration papers and ships' tickets. Also includes English translations.
Contains letters to Lipton from Dovid Albirt and his brothers, Israel Moishe Albirt and Leipchik Albirt. Israel Moishe and Leipchik Albirt survived the war together in Samarkand, Russia (later Uzbekistan). Israel Moishe Albirt was killed during a pogrom in Kielce, Poland, after returning there in 1946. Also includes English translations.
Contains letters to Helen Lipton and Gabriel Stern from Rivke Machale Sterenzys and Dovid Albirt. Topics include the fact that the Hebrew Immigration Aid Society had received papers for Chiam Sterenzys on behalf of Helen Lipton; news about various Albirt family members; and discussion of the problems with Dovid Albirt's ship's ticket. Also includes English translations. In addition, four empty envelopes addressed to Lipton include Nazi censorship tape and stamps.
Correspondence from Joseph J. Lipton to Michael Grossman, Dale Rosengarten, and Martin Perlmutter relating to Jewish events in the Charleston area, including the creation of the Holocaust Memorial, Jewish Piccolo Spoleto events, and events at the McKissick Museum.
Draft of presentation given by Joseph J. Lipton to the Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina on October 24, 1998 in Beaufort, South Carolina, focusing on his childhood in Beaufort and the influence of religion on his life.