Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Banov family papers
Benjamin Berendt and Anna Gelson Berendt papers
Writings, newspaper clippings, poetry, plays, publications, correspondence, photographs, and other personal papers of Benjamin Berendt and Anna Gelson Berendt of Charleston, South Carolina. Materials mostly relate to the Berendt and Gelson family histories as well as Benjamin's and Anna's travels. Also included are Aleph Zadik Aleph Chapter 143 publications from the 1950s and 1960s.
Brith Sholom Beth Israel (Charleston, S.C.) congregational records
Charleston Five collection
Cohen, Emanuel, Moses, and Seixas family papers
EastWest Institute (EWI) archive
Assorted photographs, published materials, and video and audio recordings relating to the EastWest Institutes (EWI), an international not-for-profit, non-partisan think tank focusing on international political, economic and security issues founded by John Edwin Mroz and Ira D. Wallach in 1980. Materials document the EastWest Institutes (EWI) programmatic activity throughout its 40-year existence.
Florence Hebrew Benevolent Association records
Minute book, financial records, cemetery records, publications, and assorted papers of the Florence Hebrew Benevolent Association, a Jewish fraternal organization and the genesis of the Beth Israel Congregation, formed in 1887 in Florence, South Carolina.
Aubrey Hancock and William A. Fontaine Jr. papers
Papers document the professional and personal lives of Aubrey Hancock and William A. Fontaine, Jr. The collection includes business records, personal and miscellaneous correspondence, documentation of their properties, guest books, and assorted ephemera on Charleston, social, and local LGBTQ life.
Institute of Creative Judaism papers
Lipsitz family papers
Promotional materials, business materials, clippings, correspondence, and publications of the Lipsitz family of Beaufort, South Carolina. Materials primarily relate to the Lipsitz Department store, owned and operated by three generations of the Lipsitz family from 1902 to 2009.