Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Manuscript: "Free Black Benevolence in Antebellum Charleston: The Proceedings of the Friendly Moralist Society with Supporting Documents" , 1841 - 1848
Photocopies pages of "Proceeding of the Friendly Moralist Society;" cover and content pages; holds pages 1-125.
The collection consists of approximately 160 photographs and negatives collected by U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Albert J. Martin during World War II. Photographs show Nazi parades, American troops and materiel, and German landscapes, buildings, and civilians. Also includes nine Holocaust atrocity photographs taken in a concentration camp near Erfurt, Germany.
This collection consists of a photograph album and loose photographs from Jerry Meyerson's service in Europe during World War II, as well as some photographs from the homefront and a few photocopies of clippings/certificates related to his father Louis A. Meyerson.
The collection consists of the records of the Charleston Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. A substantial portion of the collection documents the Charleston Section's fundraising activities, charitable and educational programs, membership events, and 100th anniversary celebration through photographs, printed matter, newspaper clippings, and other materials. Also included are materials documenting its administrative and financial activities and early history.
The collection consists of a photocopied typescript of The Pintus Translations, edited and translated by Michael Lombardi. The typescript is based on transcriptions of postwar letters to Florence Goldsmith written by her friend Lise Pintus, a survivor of the Holocaust from Berlin, Germany, and other materials from the Pintus family.