Jews -- Genealogy
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Cohen, Emanuel, Moses, and Seixas family papers
Identifier: Mss 1124
Abstract Photographs, correspondence, diaries and memoirs, genealogical materials, land records and certificates, and printed materials relating to the Cohen, Emanuel, Moses, and Seixas families. The families are related through the marriages of Eleanor H. Cohen to Benjamin Seixas in 1865, Mary Eleanor Seixas to Maurice Emanuel in 1888, and Charlotte Virginia Emanuel to Henry P. Moses in 1912. Of particular note is a diary belonging to Eleanor H. Cohen that documents the arrival of Union General...
Dates: 1806-2005; Majority of material found within 1865-1934
Kaminski and Gomez families papers
Identifier: Mss 1151
The family papers of the Kaminski and Gomez family of Georgetown, South Carolina. The highlight of the collection is the Gomez family Bible printed in 1805 and owned by Isaac Gomez Jr. The collection also contains records from geneaological research, photographs from the Kaminski family, and other family items.
Warren Hubert Moïse letters
Identifier: Mss 1132
Abstract Collection consists of eleven letters from Warren Hubert Moïse to his nephew Edwin Warren Moïse and four letters from Warren Hubert to Edwin's wife, Marion Cobb Gerdine Moïse. The letters discuss the careers of Warren Hubert's father, Edwin Warren Moïse, a prominent attorney, legislator, and judge in Louisiana, and his uncle, the painter Theodore Sidney Moïse. Warren Hubert details the Moïses' financial struggles after the Civil War and provides genealogical information about the extended...
Found in: Special Collections / Warren Hubert Moïse letters
Solomons and Weinberg family papers
Identifier: Mss 1134
Correspondence, typescript, and assorted ephemera of the Solomons family of Sumter, South Carolina, and the Weinberg family of Manning, South Carolina. Materials primarily relate to the Solomons sisters Maude C. Solomons, Kate C. Solomons, and Augusta I. Solomons, but also include a small number of items pertaining to the Weinberg family, notably an 1874 marriage contract between Aaron Weinberg and Rosa Levi.