Jews -- Minnesota
Found in 115 Collections and/or Records:
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 administrative materials from the Beth Jacob Congregation, previously known as Sons of Jacob, the second oldest Jewish congregation in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
This collection consists of newspapers, emails, financial papers, correspondence, and planning documents from the various Jewish advocacy organizations and synagogues that Edward Rapoport was involved in around the Twin Cities.
This collection contains administrative materials from Evelyn Smith's career as a social worker (her special area was helping children with cleft palates and their families), and as an activist in many organizations, especially Jewish Family Service and United Jewish Fund and Council of St. Paul.
The Excel Garment Manufacturing Company records includes shareholder certificates and a minute book regarding the founding of the Robbins Fur Dressing & Dying Company in 1918, and the change in ownership and name to Excel Garment Manufacturing Company in 1922. Also included is a 1951 staff letter reflecting on the history of the company.
This collection contains administrative and programming materials from the Minneapolis chapter of Hadassah, a Jewish women's Zionist organization, reflecting Fanny Schanfield's active role as chapter president.
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.