Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of materials relating to Kanter's work in law, writing, and running for public office.
Family history of a Jewish family originally from Russia, migrating to the United States in 1869, settling in New York City and later moving to Minneapolis.
Sarah and Alexander Berman family history (1868-1947) consists of a genealogy and narrative history that traces members of the family from their origins in Lithuania to their arrival in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the early 1890s.
This collection contains scrapbooks with photos and ephemera from the B'nai B'rith Women's Bowling League.
Family history documentation of the Cowl (Covel) and Chana families, originally from the twon of Buchan in the Vilna gubernia, Lithuania. Includes photographs.
This collection consists of photographs and documents from the Doroshow and Gottleib families.
Family history of the Isacovitz (Isakovitz) - Amsteter (Amstaedter) families from western Ukraine / eastern Slovakia (then Hungary) who emigrated to the United States in 1898.
Family newsletters containing family history information about the Indianer family, originally from Chodorow in Galicia (south of Lemberg - Lviv). Includes photographs.
A photocopy of "Memoirs of Israel Lichtman" depicting Stalinist labor camps during 1938-1940.
Biography of Cecilia Greenstone by Jesse Peterson; and photocopies of documents pertaining to the Jewish Immigration Committee and other Jewish organizations in the United States, collected in the course of researching the life of Cecilia Greenstone who worked as an agent for the National Council of Jewish Women at Ellis Island from 1907 to 1919.
Memoirs of Leona Tamarkin, remembering her childhood in Brest Litovsk (Belarus), emigration and new life in the United States.
Family history documentation pertaining to the family of Morris Showel who immigrated to Saint Paul, Minnesota, from the Pdolsk Gubernia region of present-day Ukraine in 1887. Included are copies of city directory pages, census records, marriage agreement (with wife Zella) made in 1886, passports, naturalization papers, death certificate and several photographs.
A copy of a memoir by Morris Tenenbaum entitled "A Sequence of Events." Family originally from Visoko, Litovsk, Russia.
Family history documentation. Abram and Ida Sachs immigrated to the United States in 1904 from Russia.
Event programs; brochures containing sheet music (folk songs) and descriptions of dances; a copy of an article by Constance Fisher about the "Institute on Judaism" which took place in Mount Zion Temple in St. Paul, Minnesota on November 17, 1947; three circular letters written by Vytautas Finadar Zereni-Beliajus in Fairhope, Alabama in 1943-1944.. Also included are photographs of Vytautas Finadar Beliajus.