Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This collection documents the history of various members of the Agrant family, a Jewish family who lived in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
This collection consists of materials relating to Kanter's work in law, writing, and running for public office.
This collection consists of materials from Frank and Freda Schochet, including materials on their printing service Insty-Prints and materials on their membership in several Jewish organizations.
This collection relates to the Goldstein family, who lived in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
This collection consists of correspondence, newsclippings, speeches, and other personal materials from Harry Rosenthal, a leader in the Twin Cities Jewish community.
The collection includes records documenting Hyman Kaplan's scrap metal business in Northfield and St. Paul, Minnesota.
This collection consists of the business papers of John L. "Jack" Sinykin, a Jewish Minnesotan entrepreneur who pioneered the use of guide dogs for the blind through LaSalle Kennels and the non-profit Master Eye Foundation.
This collection consists of personal and military materials from Jerry Weinberg as well as materials and memorabilia from the Weinberg Hardware Store in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
This collection consists of materials related to the Kaner family who owned businesses in Duluth, Minnesota.
This collection consists of materials from various members of the Lazarus family of Saint Paul, Minnesota regarding their buisness, property ownership, and private life.
This collection consists of materials and publicity from the Liberty Garment Manufacturing Company, a Jewish-owned business located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
This collection consists of materials from the B.W. Harris Manufacturing Company, a men's clothing company owned by Jewish businessman Richard Harris.
This collection consists of materials related to Schaffer's Bridal, a company based in Minnesota that sold high end bridal gowns.
This collection includes the personal papers of Sol Berlovitz and his family.