Jews -- Minnesota
Found in 108 Collections and/or Records:
Alice Bernhard photographs
This collection consists of photographs related to Alice Bernhard and her family, including photos taken before they emigrated to the United States.
Alpha Epsilon Phi collection
This collection consists of administrative and rush materials related to the historically Jewish sorority Alpha Epsilon Phi at the University of Minnesota.
Barbara Diamond family scrapbooks
This collection consists mostly of family photograph albums from Barbara Diamond.
Beth Jacob Congregation records
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.
B'nai B'rith, Rochester Lodge records
This collection consists of administrative and board materials from the Rochester chapter of B'nai B'rith, an international Jewish advocacy group.
Bonnie Heller papers
This collection consists of materials surrounding advocacy efforts of Minnesotans around the persecution of Jews in the Soviet Union during the 1970s.
Brin Jewish Arts Endowment records
These records consist of materials relating to the operation of the Brin Jewish Arts Endowment, a Minnesota-based Jewish arts grant.
Charles Frisch collection
This collection consists of various materials collected by Charles Frisch and his father Leo Frisch related to local Jewish organizations, synagogues, and Jewish history.
David and Tessy Oxman papers
This collection consists of scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and photographs from David and Tessy Oxman.
David Blumenfeld papers
This collection consists of the published and unpublished manuscripts and diaries of David Blumenfeld of Saint Paul, Minnesota.
David Doepel photograph collection
This collection consists of photographs of various people, with a few documents.
Dorf/Press/Arnovich Family papers
This collection consists of research and family materials on the Dorf, Press, and Arnovitch families.
Dorr Family collection
This collection consists of materials related to and donated by the Dorr family who were active Jewish community members in St. Paul, Minn.
Duluth Hebrew Institute records
This collection consists of administrative and board materials from the Duluth Hebrew Institute, a non-profit with a mission to promote Jewish education in the city of Duluth, Minnesota.
Dutch and Naomi Kastenbaum papers
This collection consists of personal materials from the lives of Abraham "Dutch" and Naomi Kastenbaum.
Etheldoris Grais papers
This collection consists of personal and administrative materials related to and from Etheldois Grais, a Jewish woman who lived on the Iron Range in Northern Minnesota.
Etta Fay Orkin papers
This collection consists of family papers from Etta Fay Orkin as well as photographs from various Jewish organizations with which she was active, including as an alumni of Brandeis University.
Evelyn Smith papers
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.
Excel Garment Manufacturing Company records
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.
Fanny Schanfield papers
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.
Firestone/Brin Family papers
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.
Frank and Freda Schochet papers
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.
Fremland Family papers
This collection consists of materials of Adeline and Joseph Fremland, leaders in the St. Paul Jewish Community.
Gary Filerman papers
This collection consists of professional papers and documents of Gary Filerman regarding his role in hospital administration as well as materials from the Aleph Zadik Aleph fraternal organization.
George Kaplan Memorial Foundation records
The collection includes administrative and financial materials related to the giving of George Kaplan and his memorial foundation.
Group Theater collection
This collection consists of various materials that document the St. Paul Group Theater, an amateur theater group that began at the Jewish Educational Center in the 1930s.
Hanovich Family scrapbooks
This collection consists of scrapbooks and photographs of the Hanovich and Feder family, family friends, and extended relatives.
Harold and Zelda Goldenberg Family papers
The collection consists primarily of Harold Goldenberg's letters to Zelda Goldberg while he was attending Harvard Law School, 1928-1931. Harold was president of the Minneapolis Federation for Jewish Service from 1943-1946, and chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, 1945-1950.
Harold Smith papers
This collection consists of materials collected by Harold Smith, an active Jewish community member.
Harry Lerner papers
This collection consists of papers from Harry Lerner, a Jewish Minnesotan book publisher.