Jewish families -- South Carolina -- Charleston -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss 1006
Collection Overview Includes photographs, photocopies, correspondence, address books, autograph books, and ephemera. Collection consists of material related to Dora Altman's immediate family and relatives, including obituaries and family genealogy notes. Also included are a personal autograph book (1920s) and several address and memo pads with notes on family birthdays and death dates. Material of the related Brown family consists of correspondence and publications (1980s-1990s). Collection includes candid...
Dates: circa 1880-1998
Identifier: Mss 1039
Collection Overview Entire collection is photocopies of Edna Banov's unpublished manuscripts and other writings; originals remain with donor. Includes poems, short stories, letters, memoirs, notes, book reviews, eulogies, tributes and a compilation of Banov's short stories and letters titled, "Potpourri, Some of This, Some of That." (Many works in "Potpourri" have draft versions in the collection.) Most writings are annotated and several have critique notes included (from an unnamed editor.) Banov's memoirs...
Identifier: Mss 1011
Collection Overview Includes photographs, genealogies, correspondence, clippings, certificates, and typescripts. Papers cover four generations of Jacobosky, Friedberg, Gaeser, and Altman families and include genealogies, family memoirs (1861-1964) compiled by Etta Friedberg Gaeser (1936) and Francine Altman Lichtman (1964), correspondence (1930s-1980s), and certificates awarded to Walter Gaeser (Navy) and Ermine Gaeser Altman (including an original United Daughters of the Confederacy certificate,...
Identifier: Mss 1016
Identifier: Mss 1008
Collection Overview Includes photographs, photograph albums, ephemera, photocopies, audio tapes, typescripts, clippings. Papers contain material related to Samuel O. Rittenberg and include biographical information, and articles written about his life. Audio tapes, articles, and speeches document two memorial dedications in Charleston and include typed tributes given by Dr. Henry W. Rittenberg. Papers related to Dr. Rittenberg include biographical information and articles he published about his father. Jack...
Identifier: Mss 1031
Collection Overview The scrapbooks include photographs, photocopies, clippings, ephemera, and pamphlets. Collection consists of five scrapbooks compiled by Yetta and Nathan Rosen. First (1930-1935) contains photographs, clippings and ephemera from Nathan Rosen's days at College of Charleston (includes dance cards and bid notice from Tau Epsilon Phi (TEP). Scrapbooks #2 and #3 pertain to Yetta Rosen's life, 1937-1940, and include ephemera from Greenville High School, clippings regarding work with Greenville YWCA...
Identifier: Mss 1022
Collection Overview Includes photographs, photocopies, clippings. Bulk of collection consists of Rubin family photographs (1930s-1950s). All are black and white; most feature Evelyn and Benjamin Rubin (1940) or Alan Rubin as a child (1930s-1950s); also, group photographs (1940s) of extended Rubin family and of Nancee and Julie Rubin (1970s). Other material includes photocopies of newspaper and magazine clippings re. members of the Rubin family and advertisements for Evelyn Rubin [store]. Also photocopies of the...
Identifier: Mss 1023
Collection Overview Photographs of Schwartz, Brody and Golub families; loose photographs (1930-1950) of Brody family include group shots (with Esther Brody and Marion Schwartz) from Key Klub events (1930, 1932); candid images of Esther and friends (1940s); images of Marvin and Betty Brody (1940s-1950s); Michael Schwartz as a child; notable is a photograph (1955) of Marion Schwartz smashing slot machines under the Cooper River Bridge. Loose photographs (1910-1930) of the Golub family include cabinet card of...
Identifier: Mss 1034-018
Collection Overview Collection includes Benjamin and Mary Solomon's official United States of America Certificates of Naturalization (1942, 1945) with photo identifications. On reverse of Benjamin Solomon's certificate is typed notation (signed by N.P. deSaussure, Deputy Clerk of U.S. District Court) that Solomon's name was changed from Berall Lozer Charchewsky, as part of the naturalization. Also included is an abstract of Benjamin and Mary Solomon's marriage license from the Register of Marriages...
Identifier: Mss 1013