Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
The Amos S. Deinard Papers reflects the life of this prominent Minneapolis lawyer, from family papers and newsclippings, to records from organizations he was deeply involved in such as the Minneapolis Federation for Jewish Services and the Minnesota Fair Employment Practices Commission, to a collection of pamphlets and publications documenting his interests in topics such as antisemitism and Zionism.
These papers mainly consist of correspondence between Rose (nee Berman) Goldstein and her family, including her mother (Sarah Berman), father (Alexander Berman), her three brothers, and husband (David Goldstein). Additionally there are published materials and family history writings.
This collection consists of the materials of Bet Shalom, a Reform Judaism synagogue in Minnesota that was founded in 1981. The congregation grew under Rabbi Norman Cohen and found their permanent home in Minnetonka, a western suburb of the Twin Cities.
This collection consists of materials from the Firestone/Brin family: Ruth Firestone Brin and her parents Irma Cain Firestone and Milton Firestone, who resided in St. Paul, Minnesota and were all very active in the local Jewish community.
This collection consists of correspondence and ephemera from father and son Frank and Arthur Eisenberg, members of a Jewish family living in Minneapolis who both served in the military during World War I and World War II respectively.
These papers document the personal and professional interests of Helen and Sam Ziff who were active in the Twin Cities Jewish community and worked with various organizations from social services non-profits to Jewish education schools to Zionist organizations.
This collection is an aggregate of small donations given by various donors to the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest and the Upper Midwest Jewish Archives, all relating to local Jewish history.
This collection consists of letters and pamphlets relating to the discrimination of guests; specifically of the Jewish religion, to resorts, hotels, and lodges in northern Minnesota, Ontario, Canada, and north western Wisconsin.
Decades after her time in the Girl Scouts, Ruth Davis assembled this collection from gifts of other members during her time. She also includes her own research of leaders and troops of the Jewish Girl Scouts.
This collection was compiled by the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest and consists of photographs that were donated to the organization from various donors over time.
This collection consists of the writings of William Hoffman which include manuscripts, speeches, and correspondence, as well as materials from organizations he belonged to, including the Central Community House and Neighborhood House.