Jewish Museum of Maryland
Papers represent Harris' involvement with Jewish organizations especially Hadassah and the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations of Maryland -- Consists of correspondence, photographs, meeting minutes, promotional material, speeches, newspaper clippings, conference material, and artifacts
Jewish Museum of Maryland
The Jack L. Levin papers are comprised primarily of papers related to Levin's writings and organizational affiliations but also contain photographs, audiocassettes, and videocassettes -- Papers include many of Levin's articles and research materials and correspondence files. Of interest is correspondence with Paul Sarbanes that included suggestions for political advertising by the latter. Levin's participation in a number of organizations is also documented. Material relating to Levin's fiction writing is represented by the July 1936 issue of Literary America that includes a short story by him, reviews and other materials about two of his plays, and correspondence concerning a proposed book. Also includes two videocassettes and two audiocassettes; a small number of files relating to his work at Shecter & Levin, an advertising/public relations firm; some family papers including official documents concerning his father, Joseph H. Levin, and financial records. American Jewish Congress ... Read More
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Consists primarily of materials related to the Friedenwald family members' personal and political ventures -- Includes correspondence, speeches, and writings of Aaron Friedenwald, including his writings on ophthalmologic and Jewish issues (Palestine, etc.); correspondence and other materials pertaining to: Bertha, Birdie, Edgar, Herbert, Jonas, Joseph, Julius, Moses, and Julia Friedenwald (later Julia Hamburger); writings and condolences in response to the death of Birdie Friedenwald; personal and professional documents relating to the life of Harry Friedenwald, including correspondence, an autograph collection, medical notes and writings (concerning Jewish contributions to the medical field as well as ophthalmology), speeches, condolences relating to his death; and travel papers, primarily postcards collected during various trips to Europe and the Middle East
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Records include advertising materials, brochures and catalogs, company publications, correspondence, design sketches, patent information, sales plans and records, and scrapbook -- Other items include documents in German as well as some advertising material in Spanish. Also in the collection are photographs and nurse uniforms
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Collection represents the professional, educational, and personal life of Zetzer -- Includes correspondence, a scrapbook, phonograph records, photographs, awards, meeting minutes, two framed portraits, and a nameplate
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Papers represent the personal and professional life of Avrum Rifman (1905-1991), lawyer and judge, along with some items relating to his wife, Ruth (Pell) Rifman, mother Bessie (Katz) Rifman (d. 1964), father Hyman Rifman (d. 1968), and first cousin Avraham Krill who lived in Israel most of his life -- Collection includes speeches, manuscripts, correspondence, publications, booklets, photographs, books, passports, and artifacts
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Consists primarily of correspondence and vital records about Walter Groebel, his brothers, Fred Groebel and Reginald (also called Harry) Leborg, and other family members -- In addition to the correspondence between family members, there is also correspondence regarding immigration, finding employment, and reparations following World War II. Series I contains family correspondence including letters between aunts, uncles, cousins, and parents and siblings. Correspondence to or from one member of the family and a non-related third party is contained in Series II. Series I is organized alphabetically by the name of the writer and then chronologically. Series II contains family papers which includes correspondence written between Groebel family members and non-relatives as well as vital records, newspaper clippings, and financial and legal papers. The correspondence contained in Series II is organized alphabetically by the name of the family member most closely associated with the letter ... Read More
Jewish Museum of Maryland
The Zamoiski papers contain memorabilia of Calman's service in the U.S. Army during World War I including letters from family and friends, diaries, and other souvenirs of his war service in France -- There are also copies of his radio operators license as well as articles describing his foray into broadcasting. Also included are memorial tributes to hi parents, Joseph M. (d. 1927) and Tena (Bernstein) Zamoiski (d. 1952). The Zamoiski Company papers consist of information about products sold by the company, company advertising and sales brochures, and the company's annual convention booklets. There is also documentation of Zamoiski's involvement in other business ventures including a patent application of M.W. Askin and service by his brother, Joseph M. Zamoiski, to the Big Brothers of the National Capital Region
Jewish Museum of Maryland
The L'Kavod Shabbos Society (Hebrew Ladies' Sabbath Free Loan and Charity Society) was organized informally at least since 1921 and likely since 1918, chartered in 1928, and disbanded in 2001. The papers are comprised primarily of financial and administrative records of the organization and the personal papers of Roslyn Tamres, who served as the society's recording secretary for over sixty years -- The administrative records consist of the minutes, rosters, correspondence, certificates, photographs, membership rosters, and other records that document the activities of the organization. The financial records consist of ledgers of accounts and checkbook stubs and registers that record the accumulation of funds and their disbursement as loans or charity by the organization. The personal papers of Roslyn Tamres that were included with the organizational records when the collection was donated to the museum and include the invitation to the bar mitzvah of Avrum Tamres, Roslyn Tamres's son, ... Read More
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Testimonial book for Isaac Wolf Davidson, founder of Davidson Transfer Co.; biographical data on Richard and Hessie Davidson; newspaper articleson the company; employee handbook, photographs of the trucks and Hessie Davidson, and a 75th anniversary booklet

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