Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Norman and Belle Winestine were residents of Helena, Montana. Belle Winestine's (1882-1985) papers include correspondence, writings (fiction, poetry, and non-fiction), a Jeannette Rankin subject file, and Fligelman family materials. Norman Winestine's papers (1911-1954) include correspondence, Montana Historical Society and Montana Institute of the Arts materials, and miscellany.
Chiefly correspondence with many individuals concerning the founding of the Hebrew Union College, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and the Central Conference of American Rabbis including Wise's opinions on Judaism, the Reform movement, revelation, the Bible, the Talmud, synods, and proselytes; together with family letters, lectures, addresses, and newsclippings regarding Dr. Wise's activities
Manuscripts of writings, sermons, student papers, articles, research papers, commendations, audiocassettes, notes, and other materials, relating to Reform Judaism, World War II, and democracy; together with newsletters from Temple Beth Israel, York, Pa
Correspondence and scrapbooks covering the activites of Ezekiel and family. Included is material covering Hebrew Union College, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and Hebrew Benevolent Society of Baltimore, Md.; articles by Herbert T. Ezekiel; and Jacob Ezekiel's copybooks (1842). Correspondents include Henry Berkowitz, Marcus Jastrow, Frederick De Sola Mendes, and Isaac M. Wise
Includes correspondence and newspaper articles concerning groudbreaking and building of Jewish Community Center -- The documents were discovered in the cornerstone of the Jewish Community Center building when it was demolished in 1991