Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Found in 8 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.
The collection contains information on events in the lecture series, presentation slides and notes, correspondence, bylaws of the committee, and other miscellaneous materials.
This collection consists of the papers of David and Genia Levi, Holocaust survivors who immigrated to the United States in 1950, eventually settling in St. Paul, Minnesota. These papers mostly deal with the Levi's efforts for reparations from the German government.
This collection consists of Flori Loew's personal papers during her flight from Germany under Nazi persecution, traveling to Italy and England before settling in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
This collection consists of immigration paperwork and a scrapbook related to a Yiddish theater troupe in a German displaced persons camp after the end of World War II.
This collection consists of taped oral histories and transcripts from Minnesota Holocaust survivors and liberators, a project funded by the Jewish Community Relations Council/Anti-Defamation League, which resulted in the publication Witnesses to the Holocaust: an oral history by Rhoda G. Lewin.
This collection consists of the administrative records of the Jewish Community Relations Council, a non-profit organization that acts as the public affairs voice of the Jewish community in Minnesota and the Dakotas.
This collection consists of oral histories conducted with members of Mount Zion Temple in Saint Paul, Minnesota, dating between 2003 and 2013, a project began in preparation for Mount Zion Temple's 150th Anniversary.