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Photos Summary 04/11/2011

Matches 450

Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

P 1992.010.001b

8th annual Southern Interstate Youth Judean Convention Birmingham, AL August 21-24, 1927 by JF Knox

Print, Photographic

P 1993.019.001b

Temple Anshe Chesed confirmation class, 1907

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006a-i

Bess Asher with Betty Lee Blaw

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006b-i

Susan Asher

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006c-i

Bess Asher

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006d-i

Steven Asher

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006e-i

Steven Asher

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006f-i

Bess Asher

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006g-i

Lee Hart and Steven Asher

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006i-ii

Sydney Hart with boat

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006j-i Page 1

Betty Lee, January 1935

Condition

Status

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Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006k-i

Lee Hart with Clair and Betty Lee

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006l-i

Leota Asher

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.006m-i

Steven Asher

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.007c-i

Confederate Veterans Reunion Dinner for Mrs. John Hart (1922?)

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.008a-i Print, Photographic

P 1997.006.008b-i

Aunt Emma Hart Brother John Hart Asher Mom Bess Hart Asher Lolo (Leota) Asher Blaw Bert Blaw Ida Hart Uncle Syndney Hart John Hart Uncle Lee Hart

Print, Photographic

Emma Hart Asa Hart, John Hart, R.E. Lee Hart, Ida Hart, John Hart Asher, Bessie Hart Asher, Leota Asher Blaw, Ber Blaw

P 1997.006.008c-i

John Hart and Sydney Hart

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.008d-i

Lee Hart, John Hart, Mom Bess Hart Asher, Uncle Sydney Hart

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.009b-i

Leota's father, A.S. Asher (Ed) no date, with matting

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.009c-i Page 2

Leota Asher Blaw's father A.S. Asher (Ed)

Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description no date

Print, Photographic P 1997.006.009d-i Print, Photographic

Leota Asher Blaw as a toddler with birdhouse circa 1900, she was 90 in 1995 in elaborately ornamental cardboard mat

P 1998.004.011a-i

Sol and Jac Hirsch on street in New Orleans

Print, Photographic P 1998.004.011b-i Print, Photographic

P 1998.004.011g-i Print, Photographic P 1998.010.004a

1. Sol Hirsh, small portrait 2. Clara Levy, small portrait 3. Lezard Levy, small portrait 4. Strip photo of Sol's brother Maurice, Frankfurt, Germany 5. Sol Hirsh and cousin, Coney Island, NY 6. Small picture of Jac Hirsh 7. Lezard Levy with grown children and 2 sons-in-law Photo in studio of Coralie and Sol Hirsh, sons Jac and Clarence and Aunt and cousins (possibly Coralie's sister, husband and daughter?) Congregation B'nai Israel Sisterhood 1921

Print, Photographic P 1998.011.001a Print, Photographic

Photo of the Cohen Store Dermott, AR ca. 1910-1912

P 1998.012.001a

photo reproduction of Leon Fischel

Print, Photographic P 1998.013.002a

photograph of Louis Fox

Print, Photographic P 1999.001.001a print, photographic P 1999.001.002a Print, Photographic Page 3

ninth annual Southern Interstate Young Judean Convention 1928 location unknown Southern Interstate Young Judean Convention New Orleans unknown date

Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

P 1999.001.003a

8th Annual Southern Interstate Young Judean Convention 1927, Birmingham

Print, Photographic P 1999.002.001a

portrait of John Mayer

Painting P 1999.002.002a

portrait of Jeanette Mayer

Painting P 1999.004.001a

small photograph of 8 young Jewish women

Print, Photographic

6.5" x 4.25"

P 1999.005.014b

JWB Memphis, 1956

Print, Photographic P 1999.005.015b

JWB Atlanta honoring Meyer Balser, 1958

Print, Photographic P 1999.005.016b

Polio Jamboree in Knoxville, TN, 1955

Print, Photographic P 1999.006.003a

Photograph of Abe Rubel and Company Float

Print, Photographic P 1999.006.004a

Photograph of Rubel home in Corinth, MS 7" x 5 "

Print, Photographic P 1999.006.005a

Photo of Rubel home in Corinth, MS

Print, Photographic

10" x 8"

P 1999.006.006a

Photo of Abe and Rachel Rubel with their grown children

Print, Photographic P 1999.006.007a

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Photo of Abe and Rachel Rubel with children and grandchildren

Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P 1999.006.008a

Octagonal photo (with mat), of Jake or Abe Rubel and Family

Print, Photographic P 1999.006.009a

photograph of Rachel Hirsch Rubel

Print, Photographic

10 13/16" x 13.75"

P 1999.006.010a

photograph of Abe Rubel

Print, Photographic

10 5/8" x 13 3/8"

P 1999.006.011a

Photograph of Abe and Rachel Hirsch Rubel in photographer's folder

Print, Photographic 10.25" x 13 3/8" P 1999.010.001a

Photograph of Mendel Sankstone

Print, Photographic

4" x 6"

P 1999.010.002a

Photograph of Hannah Sankstone

Print, Photographic

4" x 6"

P 1999.010.003a

photograph of five adult Sankstone children

Print, Photographic

4" x 6"

P 1999.013.001a

black and white photograph of Bernard Savell, Minnie Bendersky Savell, and Leona Gristheimer at a Falcon picnic

Print, Photographic ca. 1923 2.25" x 3.25" P 1999.017.001a

photo of Leonard and Lazar Cohen inside Cohen Bros. store mounted on board (20 x 16)

Print, Photographic photo is 13 x 10 (black and white) P 1999.017.003a Print, Photographic Page 5

Photograph of Leonard Cohen's pledge class, Tulane, 1929 picture is 8x10 in sepia

Utica, Storeroom

Utica, Storeroom

Utica, Storeroom


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

P 1999.017.004a

photo in folder (9.5" x 12") Leonard and Edward Cohen 1958 at the Roosevelt Blue Room, New Orleans black & white print, 5x7

Print, Photographic

P 1999.017.005a Print, Photographic

P 1999.017.008a Print, Photographic

photograph mounted on board black & white, 5x7 5 Cohen children: Lazar, Marvin, Buddy, Pearle, and Leonard, ca. 1926 photograph of sisterhood members from Beth Israel Congregation, Jackson, MS preparing a mailing: Celeste Orkin, Pauline Cohen, unidentified woman, Flo Berman black and white, 8x10

P 1999.017.009a

photograph of 50th wedding anniversary celebration for Moise and Etta Cohen and Sam and Nell Cohen

Print, Photographic 1959 at King Edward Hotel in Jackson, MS pictured: Moise and Etta Cohen, Leonard and Pauline Cohen, Melvin and Pearle Frank, Roz Frank, Edward Cohen, Janice Frank 8x10 P 1999.017.010a Print, Photographic

photograph of Edward Cohen with his parents Pauline and Leonard at his confirmation, 1963 Beth Israel Congregation (2nd temple on Woodrow Wilson) black & white, 8x10

P 1999.017.011a

Pauline Cohen in WAVES uniform (served during WWII)

Print, Photographic

black & white, 5.25" x 7.5"

P 2000.002.003a

Photo board (in 3 sections)

Print, Photographic

photos of tombstones and list of engravings 35 photos stones cleaned by Gates of Prayer Temple Youth from Metairie, LA

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Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

P 2000.002.004a

photo poster: 9 photos showing broken wall and copy of newspaper article from Enterprise-Journal (4/15/92)

Print, Photographic P 2000.002.005a

photo poster on green board of 12 photos views of cemetery walls

Print, Photographic P 2000.006.001A

photograph of synagogue in Bogalusa, LA

Print, Photographic

front view of building 11x14

P 2000.006.002a

photograph of Bogalusa, LA synagogue (end view of building)

Print, Photographic

11x14

P 2000.011.001a

8x10 b&w photo of the exterior of Rosenblum's, Hammond, LA, 1948

Print, Photographic P 2000.011.002a

8x10, b&w photo of Rosenblum's, Bogalusa, LA, 1954

Print, Photographic

shown: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenblum and Mr. Leo Rutter

P 2000.011.003a

8x10, b&w photo of Rosenblum's "Old Fashioned Sale," Hammond, LA (tight shot), 1950

Print, Photographic P 2000.011.004a Print, Photographic

P 2000.011.005a

8x10, b&w photo of Rosenblum's "Old Fashioned Sale," Hammond, LA 1950 wide angle 8x10, b&w photo of exterior of Rosenblum's, Amite, LA, 1952

Print, Photographic P 2000.011.006a

8x10 sepia photo of interior of Rosenblum's, Amite, LA, 1952

Print, Photographic P 2000.011.007a Print, Photographic Page 7

8x10 black & white photo of the exterior of Rosenblum's, Picayune, MS, 1953

Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

P 2000.011.008a

8x10 b&w photo

Print, Photographic

signing contract for Hammond School for Retarded Children, Charles Rosenblum, Gov. Jimmy Davis, etc., 1962

P 2000.011.009a

8x10, b&w photo of Charles Rosenblum being presented the Southern Cross I.E. Award of Excellence

Print, Photographic P 2000.017.001

8x10, b&w photograph of BB Fundraiser in New Orleans, c. 1970s

Print, Photographic l to r: Harry Lavitch, David Blumberg, Mayor Moon Landrieu, Councilman Frank Friedler, Carol Hart, Jay Jalenak P 2000.017.002

8x10, b&w photographic print (1949 or 1950) of Carol Hart and Jane Loebman in Mardi Gras costumes for ball

Print, Photographic P 2000.017.003

8x10, b&w photo

Print, Photographic

l to r: Janet Scharff, unidentified newspaper guy, Isabel Peal Posner, Joan (?) Rich

P 2000.017.004

8x10, b&w photograph of Fraternity boat ride to kick off New Orleans conclave

Print, Photographic P 2000.017.005

8x10, b&w photograph of 3 young women

Print, Photographic

l to r: Carol Rosen, Joel Weinstock, and ?

P 2000.017.006

8x10, b&w photograph

Print, Photographic

l to r: Eddie and Carol Rosen, man, Maryanna Feibelman, Rabbi Julian Feibelman [standing], Dan Scharff, woman

P 2000.017.007

8x10, b&w photograph

Print, Photographic

l to r: Maryanna Feibelman, Doris Schwartz, Rabbi Julian Feibelman [with hat, stole and cigar], Theodore Dennery, Leon Rich, woman, man

P 2000.017.008

8x10, b&w photograph

Print, Photographic

top to bottom: Charles Schwartz, Peggy Berkenroad Selber, Andre

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Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description Keil Shapiro, Theodore Dennery

P 2001.006.003a

Framed photo of Julius Gamm, sepia

Print, Photographic

13.75" x 16.75"

P 2001.006.004a

Framed photo of cadets, black and white 8" x 30.5"

Print, Photographic P 2001.006.005a

Framed photo of Temple B'nai Zion confirmation class, c. 1919, sepia

Print, Photographic 11.25" x 9.25" P 2001.006.006a

Framed photo of Cadet Julius Alan Gamm, black and white

Print, Photographic

9.5" x 12"

P 2001.006.007a

Framed photo of Beta Tau Fraternity, sepia

Print, Photographic

12" x 7.75"

P 2001.006.013a

Photo of Samuel and Sarah Willer and 6 adult children, sepia

Print, Photographic

10" x 8"

P 2001.006.015a

Photo of Julius Gamm on photographer's card, sepia, 5.25 x 7.25 with backing

Print, Photographic P 2001.006.016a

Photo of Rosa Gamm on photographer's card, oval, sepia, 6x8 with backing

Print, Photographic P 2001.006.017a

Photo of Julius Gamm in St. Louis, circa 1895

Print, Photographic

4.25" x 6.5"

P 2001.006.018a

Photo of Shreveport, LA, 1938, marching band on Texas Avenue

Print, Photographic

8x10

P 2001.006.019a

Photo of Shreveport Lodge Band (Carol on front row, Julius in back row)

Print, Photographic Page 9

Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description 10.5" x 7.75"

P 2001.006.020a

Photo of Janis Gamm Ablon with son and granddaughter at Gamm Road sign

Print, Photographic 4x6 P 2001.006.021a

photo of Black Bayou

Print, Photographic

4x6

P 2001.006.022a

Photo of field with cattle and shallow wells

Print, Photographic

4x6

P 2001.006.023a

Photo of Carol L. Gamm, Western Military Academy, Alton, IL, circa 1920

Print, Photographic 5x7 P 2001.006.024a

photo of children, Carol and Sylvan Gamm, standing with chair, photographer's card

Print, Photographic 6x9 P 2001.006.025a

Photo of children, Carol and Sylvan Gamm on postcard

Print, Photographic

3.5" x 5.5"

P 2001.006.026d

3 photos of Rosa Gamm with her sons Carol and Sylvan in costumes at theif first house in Belcher, LA

Print, Photographic all are 3.25" x 5.25" P 2001.006.027a

head shot photo of boys, Carol and Sylvan

Print, Photographic

4" x 2.5"

P 2001.006.028a

photo of second house in Belcher, LA in color

Print, Photographic

6" x 4"

P 2001.006.029a

Photo of Temple B'nai Zion confirmation class (Carol Gamm and Alvin Willer), sepia circa 1919

Print, Photographic

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Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description 10" x 8"

P 2001.006.031a

photo of 3 generations: Julius Gamm, Mildred Gamm (daughter-in-law) and Janis (granddaughter), circa 1936

Print, Photographic 3x5 P 2001.006.032c

2 photos of Rosa and Julius Gamm (one standing, one sitting)

Print, Photographic

3.5" x 5"

P 2001.006.033a

Photo of home and automobile in Shreveport (518 Atkins) circa 1935

Print, Photographic 5" x 3.5" P 2001.006.035E

4 color photos of buggy with mule, "Out for a buggy ride on Sunday"

Print, Photographic Carol, Mildred, Sylvan, and Leona 3.5" x 3.5" P 2001.006.036a Print, Photographic

Photo in photographer's jacket of Sylvan Willer Gamm, sepia, 1958 Cowen Studios, Inc., Shreveport, LA 8x10

P 2001.006.039a

Photo of interior of Julius Gamm Co., 115 Texas Avenue, circa 1934, mounted on card

Print, Photographic 9" x 7" P 2001.006.045a

Photo of exterior of Julius Gamm Company, second location, in color

Print, Photographic 6" x 4" P 2001.006.046a

photo of Julius A. Gamm and 3 farm hands, circa 1957, black & white

Print, Photographic 5" x 3.75" P 2001.008.018a Page 11

photocopy of photograph of first Anshe Chesed building, sepia, published in "In and About Vicksburg," 1890, Gibraltar

Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Print, Photographic

Publishing Company of Vicksburg 4" x 6"

P 2001.008.019a

Black and white photograph of second Anshe Chesed building

Print, Photographic

8" x 10"

P 2001.013.071a

Photograph of Rose and Abraham Davidson wedding

Print, Photographic

sepia, 5x7, no date

P 2001.013.072a

photograph of Marshall Levitt in pony carriage, black and white 3x5, no date

Print, Photographic P 2001.013.073a Print, Photographic

P 2001.013.074a Print, Photographic

P 2001.013.075a Print, Photographic

P 2001.021.008 Print, Photographic

Photograph of Coast Guard boats in water in front of building black and white 4x5 no date photograph of boats in flooded town (?) black and white 4x5 no date Photograph: Dalmor's Baker Truck partially underwater black and white 4x5 no date Photograph, 8 x 10, black and white, subject: two men, their backs to the camera, with arms around each other in large circle of people (man on left looks like Carol Hart)

P 2001.022.017 Print, Photographic

Photograph, 3" x 5", sepia, subject: 4 women standing outdoors, woman on far right is Adele Marcus and woman next to her is her mother, Sarah Marcus

P 2001.022.018

Photograph, 3" x 5", sepia

Print, Photographic

subject: 2 women sitting on a hill, woman on left is Adele Marcus Back of photo is stamped: Logue Studio Quality Prints, July 12,

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Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

1937, Pine Bluff, AR P 2002.016.058

Framed photograph of Herman Flowers: color, 6.75" x 8.75" wooden frame

Good

P 2002.016.059

Photograph: 5" x 7", black and white

Poor

Print, Photographic

pictured: Amanda Povall, Anne Flowers, Sarah Beth Ellis

Print, Photographic

photograph is in extremely poor condition: in two pieces, discolored P 2002.016.060

Photograph, black and white print

Print, photographic

pictured: 4 men standing outside, one is wearing a Navy uniform

P 2002.016.061

Photograph: color, man sitting on couch

Print, Photographic P 2002.016.062

Photograph: sepia

Print, Photographic

Elvera Lamensdorf, 1936

P 2002.016.063

Photograph, sepia

Print, Photographic

Shaw, MS High School girls' basketball team, Elvera Lamensdorf 2nd from left, middle row

P 2002.016.064

Photograph: color

Print, Photographic

depicted: Herman Flowers standing next to stained glass window in Congregation Beth El Lexington, MS

P 2002.016.065

Photograph: color, exterior of Congregation Beth El, Lexington, MS

Print, Photographic P 2002.016.066

Photograph: Sepia, mounted on black cardboard (9" x 7")

Print, Photographic

4 men standing inside Flowers Bros. clothing store

P 2002.016.067

Photograph: sepia, half inch wide white border

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Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Print, Photographic

15 people standing outside in a row, building in background

P 2002.016.068

Photo postcard: sepia

Postcard

2 young boys, the younger one is standing and the older one is seated

P 2002.016.069

Photo postcard: 2.5" x 5", sepia

Postcard

baby in wicker carriage, handwritten notation says 9 months

P 2002.016.070

Photograph: sepia

Print, Photographic

child (boy), seated with legs crossed

P 2002.016.071

photo card: 4.25" x 6.5", sepia, Henry Levin Studio, Chicago, IL

Card, photo

young man with mustache (handwritten notation on back says Ben Lamensdorf)

P 2002.016.072

Photo card: 4.25" x 6.5", sepia, Sanders & Gross studio, Chicago, IL

Card, Photo young woman with corsage (Handwritten notation on back says Lizzie Lamensdorf) P 2002.016.073

Photograph: 3" x 4.5", black and white

Print, Photographic

two men and a woman standing outside, the young man is wearing a Navy uniform

P 2002.016.074

Photograph: sepia

Print, Photographic

a man and a woman standing outside

P 2002.016.075

Photograph: sepia

Print, Photographic

young Herman Flowers standing outside, house in background (image out of focus)

P 2002.016.076

Photograph: sepia

Print, Photographic

portrait of elderly man

P 2002.016.077

Photograph: sepia, mounted on 8" x 10" board

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Condition

Status

Home Location


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic

Abram Flowers, Ruth Boyd, and Sam Flowers standing in front of Flowers Bros. store, 1926

P 2002.016.078

Photograph: 4" x 5.5", black and white

Print, Photographic

person in car outside of Flowers Bros. store

P 2002.016.079

Photocopy of photograph: black and white

Print, Photographic

winter scene of downtown Lexington, MS

P 2002.016.080

Photo composite: black and white, 5.5" x 7"

Composite, Photo

image of 11 young men standing outside (3.75" x 2.5"), and thumbnail image (turned sideways) of one young man

P 2002.016.094

Roster photo (2 copies): Sixtieth Anniversary Lexington, MS Rotary Club, 1925-1985, color contains 38 postage sized images of individuals

Good

Roster photo: Lexington, MS Rotary Club, 1950/1951, sepia contains 52 stamp size images of individuals

Poor

OK

Utica Archival box-Louisiana

Print, Photographic

Confirmation class standing on bimah in Temple B'nai Zion; sepia, Good 10" x 8" 20 people spread out across the bimah.

P 2003.008.002

4.5" x 2.75", black & white, Rosenbaum home in Florence, AL

Good

OK

Utica Archival box-Alabama

4" x 2.5", black & white, Louis and Anna Rosenbaum of Florence, Good AL

OK

Utica Archival box-Alabama

Print, Photographic P 2002.016.095

Condition

Print, Photographic P 2002.023.001

Print, Photographic P 2003.008.003 Print, Photographic P 2003.008.004

8" x 10" black & white, Rosenbaum home in Florence, AL

Good

Utica Archival box-Alabama

8" x 10" color, Louis and Anna Rosenbaum in Florence, AL

Good

Utica Archival box-Alabama

8" x 10" black & white, photographic proof of Louis Rosenbaum

Good

Utica Archival box-Alabama

Print, Photographic P 2003.008.005 Print, Photographic P 2003.008.006

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Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

5" x 7" original photograph is photocopied Photograph is of Abraham Davidson and his sons in his store, ca 1900

Good

Status

Home Location

Proof, Photographic P 2003.008.010 Print, Photographic P 2003.010.001

Utica Archival box-Alabama

Utica, Storeroom

Print, Photographic

Photo is 11" x 16" mounted on brown cardboard. The photo is of Good the 1898 ordination class at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, OH. Rabbi Abram Brill is third from right, back row (standing)

P 2003.019.004

4" x 6" color photograph of E. E. Davis (possibly)

Excellent

Utica Archival box-Mississippi

8" x 10" color photograph of Davis Plantation (Delmeade) in Okolona, MS (circa 1960s)

Excellent

Utica Archival box-Mississippi

Print, Photographic P 2003.019.005 Print, Photographic The house and land were later donated to Mississippi State University (1977) P 2003.020.001 Print, Photographic

P 2003.023.003

The print is black and white and is a photograph of a confirmation group at Anshe Chesed in Vicksburg, MS. The women and men pose with the rabbi in front of the ark. From left to right are: Dorothy Graeber, Aline Fried Thorpe Anderson, Doris Fischel Simon, Fay Weil Roos, Richard Marcus, Rabbi Stanley Brav, Charles Hollander, Leon Jacobs. Black and white photograph (3.5" x 5"0) of a poker game

Utica, Storeroom

Good

Utica Archival box-South (other)

Print, Photographic P 2003.023.004

Black and white photograph of H. Barbakow of Princeton, West Virginia (6" x 8")

Utica Archival box-South (other)

Print, Photographic P 2003.023.005

Black and white photograph of a street in Princeton, WV (5" x 7")

Print, Photographic P 2004.010.086

Packet of over 20 photographs of youth group events.

Photograph, Cabinet

Temple Beth Isreal Clarksdale, MS

P 2004.010.001

1960 confirmation class photo, 5 by 7

Page 16

Utica, MS

Fair

Utica, Storeroom


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

1961 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1962 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1963 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1964 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1965 confirmation class photo, 5 by 8

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1966 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1967 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1968 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1969 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1970 confirmation class photo, 5 by 8

Fair

1971 confirmation class photo, May 30th.

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1972 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

Print, Photographic P 2004.010.002 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.003 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.004 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.005 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.006 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.007 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.008 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.009 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.010 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.011 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.012 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.013 Page 17


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

1973 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1974 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1976 confirmation class photo, 5 by 8

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1979 confirmation class photo

Fair

Utica, Storeroom

1985 confirmation class photo

Good

Utica, Storeroom

1988 confirmation class photo

Good

Utica, Storeroom

1993 confirmation class photo

Good

Utica, Storeroom

photo of rabbi michael datz, standing with hands on a bima and wearing a tallis and keepa. 8 by 10

Good

Utica, Storeroom

photo of rabbi michael datz standing with his arm on a bookshelf, Good 8 by 10.

Utica, Storeroom

photo of unknown man standing with student rabbi helen cohen. Good man is in his late 50s and is shaking the rabbi's hand, other hand holds a diploma. both are wearing a robe and tallis. photo is BW

Utica, Storeroom

photo of unknown man and student rabbi (male). both are standing, wearing tallis and robes. one man is holding a diploma and they are shaking hands. photo BW

Utica, Storeroom

Print, Photographic P 2004.010.014 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.015 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.016 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.017 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.018 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.019 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.020 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.021 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.022 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.023 Print, Photographic P 2004.010.024 Print, Photographic Page 18

Good


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

P 4693

Members of the Mobile Jewish Welfare Fund meeting in the Stein home.

Condition

Status

Home Location Binder

Print, Photographic P 5259A

Challah Baking at Big Sky Bread Company

Print, Photographic P AL/CM/UK1

Members of the Mobile Jewish Welfare Fund

Binder

Montgomery Jewish Historical Commission

Binder

Exterior of Mayar house

Binder

Stairway with busy children at Brimingham JCC

Binder

Children studying at Birmingham JCC

Binder

Four teens holding Torahs in Birmingham temple

Binder

Exterior of Dantes Department Store

Binder

interior of shul with vacationers' name plaques caption: "Hot Springs, Ark. The Orthodox shul, now watched over by Eugene Kirsch, was formerly used by large numbers of Jewish vacationers to this resort community, whose contributions were noted on the back wall of the building."

Utica, Workroom

Private home that once was a temple silver frame caption: "Camden, Ark. A candelabra, the ark, and the stained glass windows are evidence of the once active Temple Beth El

Utica, Workroom

Print, Photographic P AL/CM/UK2 Print, Photographic P AL/CM/UK3 Print, Photographic P AL/CM/UK4 Print, Photographic P AL/CM/UK5 Print, Photographic P AL/SS/UK1 Print, Photographic P AL/WP/UK1 Print, Photographic P AR/CF/01 Print, Photographic

P AR/CF/02a Print, Photographic

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Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Emeth. Now a private home, the Temple was desanctified and sold when no Jews were left to worship there." P AR/CF/02b

Private home that once was a temple

Print, Photographic

caption: "Camden, Ark. A candelabra, the ark, and the stained glass windows are evidence of the once active Temple Beth El Emeth. Now a private home, the Temple was desanctified and sold when no Jews were left to worship there."

P AR/CF/03

was temple anshe emeth, now Missionary Baptist Church caption: "Pine Bluff, Ark. When Temple Anshe Emeth moved from its downtown location to a suburban neighborhood, the First Missionary Baptist Church purchased the historic synagogue, built in 1917. Pastor LS Wilkins and his congregants treasure the beautiful stain glass windows from the old Temple.

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Levy sign silver frame caption: "Little Rock, Ark. A symbol of early Jewish presence appears in North Little Rock, where Levy was named for Jewish settlers who came to the area in the mid-1800s."

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Print, Photographic

P AR/CF/04a Print, Photographic

P AR/CF/04b Print, Photographic

P AR/CF/05

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Levy sign black frame frame number and kodak visible at top of photo caption: "Little Rock, Ark. A symbol of early Jewish presence appears in North Little Rock, where Levy was named for Jewish settlers who came to the area in the mid-1800s." color photo Pastor Wikins of First Missionary Baptist Church caption: "Pine Bluff, AR. Pastor LD Wilkins of First Missionary Baptist Church, which was once the 2nd locaiton of Temple Anshe Emeth, built in 1917."

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Print, Photographic

Felsenthal Sign caption: "Felsenthal, AR. Yearly floods kept the town, now a fishing and wildlife reserve, from becoming the industrial model community planned by the Felsenthal brothers of Camden and El Dorado, Arkansas."

P AR/CF/UK1

Dante's Dept Store

Binder

Print, Photographic

P AR/CF/14

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P AR/CM/03a

woman with dish caption: "Pine Bluff, Ark. Henrietta Levine, a chopped liver expert, knows that if you want Jewish food in southeast Arkansas, you better remember how your mama made it."

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woman with dish caption: "Pine Bluff, Ark. Henrietta Levine, a chopped liver expert, knows that if you want Jewish food in southeast Arkansas, you better remember how your mama made it."

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Temple Israel cook caption: "Little Rock, Ark. As Chief cook at Temple Israel, Betty Green has overseen preparation for the community Passover seder for the last eighteen years. She learned to "cook Jewish" from Mrs. Eugene Weinstein and developed her challah recipe "by taste and feel."

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Temple Israel cook caption: "Little Rock, Ark. As Chief cook at Temple Israel, Betty Green has overseen preparation for the community Passover seder for the last eighteen years. She learned to "cook Jewish" from Mrs. Eugene Weinstein and developed her challah recipe "by taste and feel."

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woman on porch. caption: "Fort Smith, Ark. Born in Russia, Sarah Kasten came to NY where she and her sister married brothers who brought them to Northwest Arkansas."

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woman on porch. caption: "Fort Smith, Ark. Born in Russia, Sarah Kasten came to NY where she and her sister married brothers who brought them to Northwest Arkansas."

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Sam and Shirley Strauss caption: "Little Rock, Ark. Leo Pfeifer, Sam Strauss' German grandfather and founder of Pfeifer brothers' Dept store, kept a diary from 1865 to 1960 and filled it with business transactions, events in the Jewish community, and family news, such as "Sam, Jr. engaged to be married to Shirley Fred of Waco, Texas. Marriage on June 14, 1953"

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caption: "Hot Springs, Ark. Important leaders both nationally and internationally in the UAHC, Pat and Jerry Tanenbaum, formerly of Dumas, Arkansas...."

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Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/03b Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/04a Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/04b Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/05a Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/05b Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/06 Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/15 Print, Photographic Page 21

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Description

P AR/CM/16

Steve and Jill Bauman and children caption: "Little Rock, Arkansas, Jewish communities thrive in Southern cities where young families such as Steve and Jill Bauman and their children, Jay and Barrie, are active members of Temple Israel."

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child with paper seder plate color photo caption: "Little Rock, Ark. The active Atiday Yisrael School at temple Israel is evidence of the healthy urban Jewish community...."

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couple in liquor store silver frame caption: "Eudora, Ark. Thirty three years ago, Harold and Lucille Hart were married by the Rabbi in Greenwood, MS. Much to the couple's recent--and happy--surprise, the wedding Ketubah (contract) reveals that Lucille, who for all these yeasrs thought that she wasn't Jewish, actually converted to Judaism during the ceremony!"

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couple in liquor store black frame caption: "Eudora, Ark. Thirty three years ago, Harold and Lucille Hart were married by the Rabbi in Greenwood, MS. Much to the couple's recent--and happy--surprise, the wedding Ketubah (contract) reveals that Lucille, who for all these yeasrs thought that she wasn't Jewish, actually converted to Judaism during the ceremony!"

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women with many loaves of challah caption: "Hot Springs, Ark. House of Israel Sisterhood members Mark Klompus, Betty Kleinman, Elaine Wolken, and Olivia Silverman, joined by Rabbi Matt Friedman, prepare over 100 challahs, 700 cheese blintzes, LOTS of rugalach, plenty of cheesecakes, and much more for their annual community bakesale. The funds raised help support important local projects."

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women with many loaves of challah caption: "Hot Springs, Ark. House of Israel Sisterhood members Mark Klompus, Betty Kleinman, Elaine Wolken, and Olivia Silverman, joined by Rabbi Matt Friedman, prepare over 100 challahs, 700 cheese blintzes, LOTS of rugalach, plenty of cheesecakes, and much more for their annual community bakesale. The funds raised help support important local projects."

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Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/17 Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/20a Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/20b Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/26a Print, photographic

P AR/CM/26b Print, Photographic

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Description

P AR/CM/30

Altheimer sign caption: "Altheimer, Ark. Louis and Joseph Altheimer came to Pine Bluff after the civil war, drained the swamp land and founded the nearby town of Altheimer."

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Eichenbaum sitting at table caption: "Little Rock, Ark. E Charles Eichenbaum is the founding partner of a leading law firm in the state and recently received the National Humanitarian Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews."

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Rosensweigs kissing Hot Springs, Ark

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David Drexler holding photo caption: "Wynne, Ark. David Drexler holds a photograph of his father, Meyer Drexler, who came to Arkansas and established th e St. Louis Store, a succesful dry goods store."

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caption: "Little Rock, AR. Trustees for the Ottenheimer Brothers Foundation attend the annual dinner of the National Conference of Christians and Jews."

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Older couple together in living room McGehee/Dumas, AR

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Exterior of Temple Mair Chayim Caption: "McGehee, ARK. In Southern Jewish fashion, the members of Temple Meir Chayim consider each other family and love 'their little temple.' The temple, built in 1947, draws its dedicated membership from small towns in southeast Arkansas."

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Photo of sisterhood members posed in sanctuary Caption: "Blytheville, Ark. The Temple Israel Sisterhood orchestrates annual community holiday celebrations, Friday night worship, and a wide range of programs that help keep Judaism alive in northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri."

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Silver Frame shot of man and girl reading Torah, from behind. Caption reads: "Hot Springs, Ark. Rabbi Matt Friedman prepares Rachel Kleinman for her Bat Mitzvah. A growing number of retirees and young families has allowed the congregation to hire a

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Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/32 Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/33

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P AR/CM/35 Print, Photographic

P AR/CM/42 Print, Photographic P AR/CM/UK1 Print, Photographic P AR/SS/01 Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/03 Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/04a Print, Photographic

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permanent rabbi." P AR/SS/04b Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/05a Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/05b Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/08 Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/09 Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/10 Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/16 Print, Photographic

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Black frame shot of man and girl reading Torah, from behind. Caption reads: "Hot Springs, Ark. Rabbi Matt Friedman prepares Rachel Kleinman for her Bat Mitzvah. A growing number of retirees and young families has allowed the congregation to hire a permanent rabbi."

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Silver frame Caption: "Little Rock, AR. Synagogue Agudath Achim, the only orthodox congregation in the state, is led by Rabbi Seymour Weller, who sees a growing movement amongst his congregants for more tradition and 'yiddishkeit'--a strong sense of Jewish Identity."

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Black Frame Caption: "Little Rock, AR. Synagogue Agudath Achim, the only orthodox congregation in the state, is led by Rabbi Seymour Weller, who sees a growing movement amongst his congregants for more tradition and 'yiddishkeit'--a strong sense of Jewish Identity."

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Exterior of Temple Israel. Caption: "Blytheville, Ark. The Temple Ladies Aid Society dedicated the first Jewish Community House on March 15, 1925, at a 'festive Purim Supper Party.' The present Temple Israel was constructed in 1947."

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exterior of modern synagogue Caption: "Little Rock, AR. Founded by German Jews in the late 1860s, Temple Israel was originally located downtown, near Jewish businesses and neighborhoods. Like many urban congregations, the Temple eventually moved to a contemporary building in the suburbs." Temple Israel Stained Glass window caption: "A Brilliant Window in Temple Israel symbolizes the Jewish community's will to survive despite the pressures of changing times."

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open gates to Jewish Cemetery caption: "Fort Smith, AR. The Jewish cemetery is a sacred space filled with the names and memories of the early Jewish families who founded United Hebrew Congregation in the late 1880s."

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Description

P AR/SS/27

Man in front of ark and lecturn Black frame caption: "Eugene Kirsch, the last member of the orthodox shul, remembers when the building was filled with Jewish vacationers who came to the resort community for its restorative waters."

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exterior of Temple Beth El caption: "Helena, AR. The Present Temple Beth El was dedicated 1916, although Jewish families were part of the community since the Civil War. Dwindling membership has pressed the congregation to plan for the historic building's future."

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Isaac Block gravestone caption: " Washington, Ark. The gravestone of Isaaac Block, son of Abraham and Fannie Block, the first Jewish settlers in the state."

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Man at Temple Beth El standing beside Ark with Torahs

Binder

Interior of Helena, Ark synagogue

Binder

Silver frame man in front of drainage canal caption: "Outside Forrest City, AR. Jerry Cohen stands alongside a drainage canal project by SJ Cohen Co. The construction firm was begun in the early 1930s by his Russian father, Samuel Joseph "Jimmy" Cohen

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Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/29 Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/31 Print, Photographic

P AR/SS/UK1

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P AR/SS/UK2 Print, Photographic P AR/WP/01a Print, Photographic

P AR/WP/01b Print, Photographic

P AR/WP/02a Print, Photographic P AR/WP/02b

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Utica, Sanctuary man in front of drainage canal caption: "Outside Forrest City, AR. Jerry Cohen stands alongside a drainage canal project by SJ Cohen Co. The construction firm was begun in the early 1930s by his Russian father, Samuel Joseph "Jimmy" Cohen 2 men at work caption: "Lake Village, Ark. Sam Epstein Angel and son Sammy oversee the fall operation at Epstein's Land and Gin Co."

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two men at work. black frame

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Print, Photographic

caption: "Lake Village, Ark. Sam Epstein Angel and son Sammy oversee the fall operation at Epstein's Land and Gin Company, begun by Sam's Russian grandfather in the early 1900s"

P AR/WP/03

a couple hugs in library caption: "Pine Bluff, Ark. Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Paul Greenberg and his wife, Carolyn. Paul's Polish Father settled in Shreveport, LA where he began a successful business repairing and selling second-hand shoes.

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Betty Forshberg in Mollie's Restaurant caption: "Hot Springs, AR. Betty Forshberg carries on the proud tradition of Mollie's, a Kosher style restaurant which was one of several kosher dining rooms and hotels that catered to the once active Jewish tourist trade."

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exterior of silverfield's store w/ RR tracks caption: "Osceola, AR. Once one of many Jewish stores on the downtown square, Silverfield's survives as a local landmark, known for quality merchandise and personal service for over 75 years."

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caption: "El Dorado, AR. Pumps and Power was founded in 1957 by Jules Feinberg, just 2 years before the Temple was built...."

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Print, Photographic

P AR/WP/21 Print, Photographic

P AR/WP/25 Print, Photographic

P AR/WP/37

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P AR/WP/43

Little Rock, AR Pfeifer Bros. Department Store

Print, Photographic P LA.SS.UK1

Cemetery with gate reading "Hebrew Rest"

Binder

Old Lederman's store caption: ". Dryades Street, New Orleans, LA"

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Ace Hardware Store caption: "Donaldsonville, LA. Many German and French immigrants came to this town located uprover from New Orleans and built Congregation Bikur Cholim. When the congregation declined in numbers, the synagogue was eventually sold and became a local hardware store. A beautiful Jewish cemetery remains, watched over by a remaining congregant, Gaston Hirsch,

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Print, Photographic P LA/CF/07 Print, Photographic P LA/CF/08a Print, Photographic

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who immigrated from Alsace Lorraine in the 1940s. P LA/CF/08b Print, Photographic

P LA/CF/18

Ace Hardware store silver frame caption: "Donaldsonville, LA. Congregation Bikur Cholim, original building."

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New Orleans, LA. Dryades Street. Handleman's Store

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street in French Quarter

Binder

Sondhaimer sign with cotton

Binder

Old Synagogue with church sign in front

Binder

New Orleans, LA Lakeshore Hebrew Day School

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New Orleans, LA, Lakeshore Hebrew Day School, boys with basketball

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New Americans Group, New Orleans, La

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couple in living room caption: "Barbara and Russ Herman, New Orleans, LA"

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Simon and Rae Weil, Livonia, LA

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people lighting candles caption: New Orleans, LA. Shabbat at the Hershbergs'

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Print, Photographic P LA/CF/UK1 Print, Photographic P LA/CF/UK2 Print, Photographic P LA/CF/UK3 Print, Photographic P LA/CM/02a Print, Photographic P LA/CM/02b Print, Photographic P LA/CM/07 Print, Photographic P LA/CM/08 Print, Photographic P LA/CM/10 Print, Photographic P LA/CM/11a Print, Photographic Page 27


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NOTE: There is a copyright restriction on this image P LA/CM/11b Print, Photographic

people lighting candles silver frame caption: "New Orleans, LA. Beth Hershberg and her children continue a shabbat tradition of lighting candles and blessing the challah, a traditional braided egg bread. Over 13,000 Jews live in the city, where reform, conservative, and orthodox congregations serve this diverse population."

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NOTE: There is a copyright restriction on this image. P LA/CM/12a Print, Photographic P LA/CM/12b Print, Photographic

P LA/CM/13

family portrait silver frame caption: "New Orleans, LA. Four generations of the Stern Family"

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family portrait silver frame caption: "New Orleans, LA. Four generations of the Sterns, whose family immigrated to the South from Germany in the early 1800s...."

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girl on swing caption: "Lakeshore Hebrew Day School, New Orleans, LA"

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Ann and Bernie Bennett on staircase, New Orleans, La

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Harry Nowalsky with Judaica silver frame Judaica: "New Orleans, LA. Immediately following WWII, Harry Nowalsky, a captain in the US Army, helped to resettle German Jews who were returning from Concentration Camps. In gratitude for his work was given the Judaica of the once active German Jewish congregation. The Nowalsky family has lived in the South since.....?"

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Harry Nowalsky with Judaica, New Orleans, LA

Jackson Office

Print, Photographic P LA/CM/14 Print, Photographic P LA/CM/23a Print, Photographic

P LA/CM/23b Print, Photographic

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P LA/CM/24a

Kaplan sign, Kaplan, LA

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Kaplan sign, Kaplan, LA

Jackson Office

L. Kaplan in her dining room with menorah Kaplan, LA

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caption: "National Council of Jewish Women Executive Board, New Orleans, LA"

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girls lighting candles caption: "Lakeshore Hebrew Day School, New Orleans"

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Barbara and Russ Herman on stairwell New Orleans, LA. see LA/CM/8

Binder

Kaplan couple looking at menorah Kaplan, LA see LA/CM/29

Binder

exterior of synagogue with hand-painted LDS sign Caption reads: "Morgan City, LA. The quintessential southern Jewish synagogue, Congregation 'Shaarey Zedek' was started in 1875. Due to the continually diminishing numbers of Jews in the south, it became necessary to rent out the building to other organizations but the synagogue is once again active for its small congregation.

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exterior of synagogue with hand-painted LDS sign Caption reads: "Morgan City, LA. The quintessential southern Jewish synagogue, Congregation 'Shaarey Zedek' was started in 1875. Due to the continually diminishing numbers of Jews in the south, it became necessary to rent out the building to other organizations but the synagogue is once again active for its small congregation.

Jackson Office

Exterior of Temple Emanuel Caption: "Opelousas, LA. Temple Emanuel was dedicated on May

Utica, Workroom

Print, Photographic P La/CM/24b Print, Photographic P LA/CM/29 Print, Photographic P LA/CM/36 Print, Photographic P LA/CM/41 Print, Photographic P LA/CM/UK1 Print, Photographic P LA/CM/UK2 Print, Photographic P LA/SS/02a Print, Photographic

P LA/SS/02b Print, Photographic

P LA/SS/07 Page 29


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18, 1930."

P LA/SS/18

caption: "New Orleans, LA. A confirmation class practices for their service in the beautiful sanctuary of the Touro synagogue, the oldest Jewish congregation in the city. Two congregations, Gates of Mercy (chartered in 1828) and dispersed of Judah (chartered in 1849), merged in 1881 to form this historic synagogue.

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exterior of Temple silver frame caption: "Anshe Sfard,. New Orleans, Louisiana"

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2 women holding torahs caption: "Lexington, Miss. Betty Kohn and Barbara Edisen hold torahs in Temple Beth El in Lexington, Mississippi. The synagogue was built in 1904."

Gift Shop

Print, Photographic

P LA/SS/26 Print, Photographic P LA/SS/36 Print, Photographic

P LA/SS/39 Print, Photographic P LA/SS/UK1

B'nai Zion Temple exterior. Caption: Shreveport, LA Members of B'nai Zion gather outside of the historic building that once housed the congregation.

Condition

Status

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Excellent

Teenagers in Touro sanctuary preparing for confirmation see LA/SS/18

Binder

Torah with White Mantle sitting beside it Morgan City, LA

Binder

Cornerstone of Cognregation Shaare Zedek

Binder

Woman sitting on stairs of art museum caption: "Alice Yellen, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA"

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man posed over town map wooden frame caption: "Kaplan, Louisiana. Connie Kaplan has been the editor and publisher of the Kaplan Gazette for 25 years."

Museum Office

man at sewing machine caption: "Henry Cramer, Mr Henry's Tailoring, New Orleans, LA"

Utica, Workroom

Print, Photographic P LA/SS/UK2 Print, Photographic P LA/SS/UK3 Print, Photographic P LA/WP/12 Print, Photographic P LA/WP/13 Print, Photographic

P LA/WP/14 Print, Photographic

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P LA/WP/15

Man and woman in jewelry store caption: "Samuel H. Kirsch came to Hot Springs on vacation, liked it, and stayed. He opened Lauray's diamond Center, which continues to thrive under the leadership of his daughter Laura and son-in-law, Mark Fleischner."

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exterior of store. silver frame caption: "Franklin, LA. The popkin store is a familiar downtown institution, much like the many Jewish businesses and storefronts that were on every Main Street throughout the South."

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exterior of store. silver frame

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Man with shrimp machine. silver frame caption: "New Orleans, LA. Michael Shackleton, who came to the US from Russia, is up to his elbows in the shrimp business. He works with these trayf (not kosher) delicacies daily, but keeps a traditional Jewish home with his wife and family in Baton Rouge."

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man with shrimp caption: "New Orleans, LA. Michael Shackleton, S & D Imports"

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Man and child in shoe store. caption: "Franklin, LA. H. Friedman and Son. A. Friedman and Sons."

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interior of store caption: "Leo Kahn Store, Morgan City, Louisiana"

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man in antique store caption: "New Orleans, LA. Henry Stern, Henry Stern Antiques."

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Print, Photographic

man in antique shop silver frame caption: "New Orleans, LA. Henry Stern is one of the many Jewish owners of antique firms along fashionable Royal Street in the French Quarter."

P LA/WP/39a

woman with band

Gift Shop

Print, Photographic

P LA/WP/20a Print, Photographic

P LA/WP/20b

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P LA/WP/23a Print, Photographic

P LA/WP/23b Print, Photographic P LA/WP/27 Print, Photographic P LA/WP/30 Print, Photographic P LA/WP/38a Print, Photographic P LA/WP/38b

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caption: "New Orleans, LA. Preservation Hall Band with Sandra Jaffee, owner, Preservation Hall."

P LA/WP/39b

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woman with band silver frame caption: "New Orleans, LA. Preservation Hall Band with Sandra Jaffee, owner, Preservation Hall."

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Print, Photographic

man with mardi gras costumes caption: "New Orleans, LA. Ben Cahlman, Mardi Gras Masquerade Co, Inc."

P LA/WP/UK1

Exterior of Kaplan Rice Mill

Binder

nachines at Kaplan Rice Mill

Binder

Workers processing rice at Kaplan Rice Mill

Binder

Astrachan Street sign caption: "Kennett, MO. As former mayor of this farming community near the Arkansas border, Sol Astrachan was honored with a street named...."

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4 people standing among clothing racks. caption: "Hayti, MO. Brothers Noah and Abe began working in their father's store, Ben H. Barkovitz General Merchandise, when they were both 8 years old. They stayed, and convinced their wives, Gerry and Pat, to join them. The Barkovitzs are long-time members of Temple Israel in Blytheville, Ark, a 70-mile round trip."

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caption: "Caruthersville, MO. Jack's father, Perry Cooperman, was placed on a farm in Arkansas by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society when he first arrived from Russia. He left the farm, peddled, and eventually opened Cooperman's Furniture Exchange, now owned and operated by Jack and his wife, Eleanor."

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caption: "Caruthersville, MO. Dr. Alan Gubin is a typical small town doctor, overworked, overwhelmed by paperwork, and dedicated to the education of his three sons, who have also chosen

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Print, Photographic

P LA/WP/41

Print, Photographic P LA/WP/UK2 Print, Photographic P LA/WP/UK3 Print, Photographic P MO/CM/19 Print, Photographic

P MO/WP/05 Print, Photographic

P MO/WP/06 Print, Photographic

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medicine for their careers." P MS.CM.UK4

Reva and Ellis hart holding Israeli stamp collection

Binder

man inside store. silver frame caption: "Alligator, MS. Aaron Kline is the last storeowner in this small Delta crossroads near Clarksdale. Ask him why his business is called the Whale Store and he replies, "... a whale of a store, a hell of a place!"

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Diamond sign--inlaid tiles caption: "Greenwood, Miss. (Diamond)"

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people inside dry goods store silver frame caption: "Shaw, MS. Following her husband's death, the family gathered to help Goldie Fleischer close the dry goods store, the last Jewish landmark on a street once lined with Jewish businesses."

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people inside dry goods store black frame caption: "Shaw, MS. Following her husband's death, the family gathered to help Goldie Fleischer close the dry goods store, the last Jewish landmark on a street once lined with Jewish businesses."

Utica, Sanctuary

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Print, Photographic

J. Kantor Tiles caption: "Greenwood, MS. The sidewalk tile provides a record of the many Jewish businesses once located throughout the Deep South, including the original site of J. Kantor and Son, a well-known men's tailoring shop."

P MS/CF/10b

J. Kantor Tiles, Greenwood, MS.

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Hirsberg's Drug Store interior caption: "Friar's Point, Miss. BH Hirsberg remembers Saturday nights when you couldn't walk down the street because of the crowds. Hirsberg's Drug Store and Soda Fountain is one of the last

Utica, Sanctuary

Print, Photographic P MS.WP.22a Print, Photographic

P MS/CF/06 Print, Photographic P MS/CF/09a Print, Photographic

P MS/CF/09b Print, Photographic

P MS/CF/10a

Print, Photographic P MS/CF/11 Print, Photographic

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businesses in this small river landing near Clarksdale." P MS/CF/12

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Print, Photographic

Ohel Jacob shul for sale caption: "Meridian, MS. With only one member of the orthodox shul remaining, Ohel Jacobs closed its doors in 1991, leaving Greenwood's Congregation Ahavath Rayim as the last shul in the state."

P MS/CF/13

Interior of Temple Gemiluth Chased, Port Gibson, MS

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Beth Israel Cemetery silver frame caption: "Woodville, MS. The abandoned Beth Israel Cemetery is all that remains of one of the earliest Jewish communities in the state. Peddlers Jacob Schwartz and Jacob Cohen bought the land for fifty dollars to bury their fellow friend, Henry Burgance."

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100th anniversary of Gemiluth Chassed caption: "Port Gibson, MS. Celia Starnes and Harnis Marx, the last Jews in the community, share remarks at the 100th anniversary for Historic Temple Gemiluth Chassed. When the temple was threatened with demolition, non-Jews Bill and Martha ...."

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Klines on truck, going out of business silver frame caption: "Anguilla, MS. Members of the Kline and Miller Families."

Jackson Office

painting of Ohel Jacobs Shul, Meridian, MS by J. Farache

Binder

River at Natchez

Binder

original site of B'nai Israel

Binder

the Lehman Sisters caption: "Jackson, MS. The Lehman sisters, better known as Phyllis Herman, Celeste Orkin, and Bea Gotthelf, were born and raised in Jackson, where their mother Isidor Lehman began the

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Print, Photographic P MS/CF/15 Print, photographic

P MS/CF/16 Print, Photographic

P MS/CF/17 Print, Photographic

P MS/CF/UK1 Print, Photographic P MS/CF/UK2 Print, Photographic P MS/CF/UK3 Print, Photographic P MS/CM/01a Print, Photographic Page 34


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Jackson steam laundry in 1904. Strong civic leaders in Jackson, the three sisters remember the days when local sororities and women's clubs didn't allow Jewish members." P MS/CM/01b

Jackson, MS, The Lehman Sisters

Jackson Office

Cliff and Wilma Abrams, Brookhaven, MS

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Melissa with Bagel caption: "Jackson, MS. The influence of Jewish culture takes shape in the bagel. Melissa Samuels likes hers plain, but bagels with grits and lox are a regional favorite."

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Melissa Samuels with bagel black frame

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couple on front porch caption: "Brookhaven, MS. Cliff and Wilma Abrams sit on the front porch , in the same house where Cliff was born. "Mr. Cliff" and his sister, "Miss Florine," own and operate Abrams Mercantile, which was begun by their father in 1914."

Utica, Workroom

woman carrying plate of fried chicken at camp caption: "Utica, MS. Olivia Silverman delivers a platter of fried chicken to her table--a saturday night tradition at camp--during a weekend seminar at the UAHC Henry S Jacobs Institute for Living Judaism. The camp is a center for both Urban and Rural Jews throughout the deep south.

Utica, Workroom

car with Chai 18 license place, Meridian, MS.

Utica, Sanctuary

Utica, Workroom

Print, Photographic

woman and daughters making matzah balls caption: "Long Beach, MS. Robin Dorfman teaches the art of matzah ball preparation to her daughters, Andrea and Michelle. The family is part of a small Jewish community along the Gulf Coast."

P MS/CM/28

Sarah Neimetz in her kitchen, Meridian, MS

Utica, Sanctuary

Print, Photographic P MS/CM/09 Print, Photographic P MS/CM/18a Print, Photographic

P MS/CM/18b Print, Photographic P MS/CM/21 Print, Photographic

P MS/CM/22 Print, Photographic

P MS/CM/25 Print, Photographic P MS/CM/27

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Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P MS/CM/31 Print, Photographic

P MS/CM/34 Print, Photographic P MS/CM/37 Print, Photographic

P MS/CM/38 Print, Photographic

P MS/CM/39 Print, Photographic

P MS/CM/40 Print, Photographic

P MS/CM/UK1 Print, Photographic

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Ginsbergs in their kitchen Caption: "Hattiesburg, MS. Herb and Lou Ginsberg epitomize Southern Jewish hospitality and the dedication of small-town Jews committed to keeping Judaism alive."

Utica, Sanctuary

caption: "Meridian, MS. As a former mayor, I A Rosenbaum represents the history of strong Jewish leadership which greatly influenced the economic development of the city."

Utica, Storeroom

Gurvis family lighting candles black frame caption: "Jackson, MS. An integral part of the Southern Jewish experience and those people from 'away' who join and enrich the community like former Jackson rabbi Eric Gurvis and his wife, Laura, and their children Benjamin and Sarah."

Utica, Workroom

black frame Den as temple caption: "Oxford, MS. Soon after Dr. Ralph Friedman and Vinnie Prochillo retired to Oxford, Ralph's childhood home and the location of the University of Mississippi, they began to organize the small Jewish community. A slight change in the house plans turned the den into Temple Beth Shalom.

Utica, Workroom

family photo black frame caption: "Jackson, MS. The extended Orlansky family, the picture of Southern Jewish mishpacha--or family--gathers for the anniversary of Beth's bat mitzvah at Temple Beth Israel. Abram, the oldest grandchild, attends Henry S Jacobs camp, where his parents and aunts and uncles met their future spouses."

Utica, Workroom

boy studying on floor black frame caption: "Aberdeen, MS. The Jewish community in Aberdeen is the Lasky family. The Lasky's oldest son studied daily (almost) for his bar mitzvah, which was celebrated at Temple bnai Israel in Columbus."

Utica, Workroom

Plaque reading, "This building erected in memory of Morris Grundfest, Father and Sam Grundfest, Brother"

Binder


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

P MS/CM/UK2

Plaque reading, "This Building is Dedicated in Honor of Sam Rosenthal Mayor of the City of Rolling Fork 1924-1969: A National Record of Loyal and Dedicated Service to the Community and the People May 28, 1980"

Binder

Katherine and Julian Wiener posing in Jackson, MS living room

Binder

Vicki Fox and other woman on porch in Hattiesburg, MS

Binder

Exterior shot of Temple Beth El Silver Frame Caption: "Temple Beth El is one of the oldest actively used temples in Mississippi. Built in 1904, it provides a meeting place for the remaining few Jews in Lexington, MS."

Jackson Office

Exterior of synagogue. caption: "Cleveland, MS. Adath Israel Congregation began with a Sunday 'Shabbat School' for the local Jewish children in 1922. During the 1927 Mississippi River flood, the Rabbi had to drive along the levee to reach Cleveland for services."

Utica, Workroom

Print, Photographic

P MS/CM/UK3

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P MS/CM/UK5 Print, Photographic P MS/SS/06 Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/11 Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/12 Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/13

exterior of synagogue. caption: "Biloxi, MS. As the only congregation on the Gulf Coast, Temple Beth Israel provides a unique mix of Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform traditions to meet the needs of its small congregation." Utica, Workroom

Print, Photographic

exterior shot of synagogue caption: "Columbus, Miss. On a street dotted with church steeples, a Star of David distinguishes Temple B'nai Israel, which was organized in 1879. A student rabbi from the Hebrew Union College in Cincinatti visits the congregation once a month.

P MS/SS/14a

caption: "Port Gibson, MS. Congregation Gemiluth Chasodim"

Jackson Office

exterior shot of Port Gibson Temple

Utica, Sanctuary

Aunt Nannie (1832-1915) gravestone, Canton, MS

Utica, Workroom

Print, Photographic P MS/SS/14b Print, Photographic P MS/SS/15 Page 37


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P MS/SS/17a Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/17b Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/19 Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/20a Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/20b Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/21a Print, Photographic Page 38

Two men holding Torahs in front of ark. Silver frame. caption: "Joe Martin Erber and Meyer Gelman, who passed away in the fall of 1991, stand before the lovely ark of Congregation Ahavath Rayim, the last Orthodox shul in the state. Joe is the lay leader of the shul, a local polieman, and a faithful employee of the US Post Office."

Utica, Workroom

Two men holding Torahs in front of ark. Silver frame. caption: "Joe Martin Erber and Meyer Gelman, who passed away in the fall of 1991, stand before the lovely ark of Congregation Ahavath Rayim, the last Orthodox shul in the state. Joe is the lay leader of the shul, a local polieman, and a faithful employee of the US Post Office."

Utica, Sanctuary

temple exterior caption: "Lexington, MS. Temple Beth El was built in 1905. One of the first members was Morris Lewis Sr., a Polish immigrant and businessman, who helped the town get its first cotton compress and oil mill, first ice factory, first waterworks and sewage system, and first electric light plant. The temple's once active congregation has now dropped to twelve members." silver frame. Leopold Levy gravestone with upside down and backwards Hebrew writing. caption: "Leopold Levy's gravestone stands as evidence of the many German Jewish immigrants who settled in the area. The stonecutter carved "Rest in Peace" in Hebrew, but didn't realize it was upside-down and backwards!"

Utica, Workroom

silver frame. shot of leopold levy gravestone. caption (?): "Port Gibson, MS. Maintaining Jewish Identity and customs could prove difficult in rural and isolated settings, as is revealed in a stonecutter's backwards and upsidedown rendering of Hebrew characters on Leopold Levy's gravestone."

Utica, Workroom

silver frame 5th grade havdallah service Caption: "Once a year, Dr. Steve Liverman invites the fifth grade

Utica, Workroom


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

religious school class from Jackson for a Shabbat visit to historic Temple B'nai Sholom, whose membership has dropped to under 10 people." P MS/SS/21b Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/22a Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/22b Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/23a Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/23b Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/24 Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/25 Print, Photographic

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black frame 5th grade havdallah service Caption: "Once a year, Dr. Steve Liverman invites the fifth grade religious school class from Jackson for a Shabbat visit to historic Temple B'nai Sholom, whose membership has dropped to under 10 people."

Utica, Workroom

Sukkah decorated with cotton silver frame caption: "Decorated with cotton, soybeans and cornshucks, the sukkah booth at Temple Anshe Chesed is a strong symbol of the mix of Southern and Jewish Cultures."

Utica, Workroom

Sukkah decorated with cotton black frame caption: "Decorated with cotton, soybeans and cornshucks, the sukkah booth at Temple Anshe Chesed is a strong symbol of the mix of Southern and Jewish Cultures."

Utica, Workroom

silver frame man reading at lecturn caption: " Sammy Davidson, Congregation Ohel Jacobs, Meridian, MS"

Utica, Sanctuary

Man reading at lecturn. Silver frame caption: "Meridian, MS. Sammy Davidson was the Ohel Jacob shammes (caretaker of the synagogue) until this Orthodox shul closed its doors in the spring of 1991."

Jackson Office

Two men, one with eyepatch, hold torahs in sanctuary black frame caption: "Biloxi, MS, Moody Grishman oversaw the construction of Temple Beth Israel in 1958. His son Milton is a leader in a state-wide effort for the passage of hate crime legislation in Mississippi."

Utica, Sanctuary

Man and child with Torahs caption: "Tupelo, Miss. Mark Perler, a regular lay leader for Temple B'nai Israel, passes tradition on to Elliot Copen, a young member of the active religious school. The congregation,

Utica, Workroom


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

established in 1939, is small, but growing due to industry in the area." P MS/SS/28a

Gate to Jewish cemetery, Natchez, MS

Utica, Sanctuary

Gate to Jewish cemetery, Natchez, MS silver frame

Utica, Workroom

Jackson Office

Print, Photographic

temple exterior. caption: "Clarksdale, Miss. The present Temple was dedicated in 1929, but origins of the congregation date back to 1896. At one time, Beth Israel was the largest congregation in the State with a religious school of over 100 children."

P MS/SS/32

tallit from Ahavath Rayim, Greenwood, MS

Utica, Sanctuary

sabbath table with cotton window. caption: "Cary, Miss. The Sabbath Table is a sacred place where traditions and family come together before Friday evening worhship begins. Cotton, family silver, challah, and pecan pie create a uniquely Southern shabbat in the Delta.

Utica, Sanctuary

Print, Photographic P MS/SS/28b Print, Photographic P MS/SS/30

Print, Photographic P MS/SS/33a Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/33b Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/34

shabbat table with cotton window silver frame caption: "Cary, Miss. The Sabbath Table is a sacred place where traditions and family come together before Friday evening worhship begins. Cotton, family silver, challah, and pecan pie create a uniquely Southern shabbat in the Delta. exterior of temple. caption: "Temple B'nai Sholom in Brookhaven, Mississippi was built in 1896 and is lovingly cared for by the few remaining Jewish families in Brookhaven and the local area."

Utica, Workroom

Utica, Sanctuary

Print, Photographic

temple exterior caption: "Greenville, Miss. By 1870, this thriving River Port had 25-30 Jewish Families. The present Hebrew Union Temple was constructed in 1906 and is the second largest congregation in the State."

P MS/SS/37

closeup--Anshe Chesed cemetery, Vicksburg, MS

Gift Shop

Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/35

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Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P MS/SS/38 Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/UK1 Print, Photographic

P MS/SS/UK2

temple exterior caption: "Natchez, Miss. Although Historic Temple B'nai Israel once had one of the largest Jewish communities in the state, its membership has now dropped to under twenty. The congregants recently signed an agreement...."

Jackson Office

Lou Dorfman hugs his son after a morning tefillin prayer ceremony in the family backyard in Long Beach, MS. The Dorfmans, former Northerners and now fully assimilated Southerners, have noted their move towards more Jewish tradition and ritural, perhaps as a result of the small size of the Jewish community on the Gulf Coast.

Binder

Rabbi Eric Gurvis reads Torah with woman in Jackson, MS at Beth Israel

Binder

Group portrait in Clarksdale, MS synagogue

Binder

Gates at Greenwood Jewish Cemetery

Binder

Tombstone, reads, "Charles Coleman, Born in Rynozowo, Prussia, Decbr. 24, 1828, Died in Natchez, Miss, Octbr. 31, 1888."

Binder

Cornerstone for Temple Gemiluth Chassed

Binder

Cornerstone for Ahavath Rayim Synagogue

Binder

Gravestone reading: "Robert E. L. Geisenberger, Mississippi, Pvt. U.S. Army"

Binder

interior of greenwood, ms synagogue

Binder

Print, Photographic P MS/SS/UK3 Print, Photographic P MS/SS/UK4 Print, Photographic P MS/SS/UK5 Print, Photographic P MS/SS/UK6 Print, Photographic P MS/SS/UK7 Print, Photographic P MS/SS/UK8 Print, Photographic P MS/SS/UK9

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Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P MS/WP/04 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/07 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/08 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/10a Print, Photographic P MS/WP/10b Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/11a Print, Photographic P MS/WP/11b Print, Photographic

caption: "Ruleville, Miss. Ben Sklar, a mixture of southern gentility, yiddish phrases, and the art of negotiation, has been involved in retail trade in the Delta for over 59 years. Ben's family came to Mississippi from Russia."

Utica, Workroom

people posed inside store. caption: "Greenville, Miss. Brother and Sister, Sam and Rebecca, came back home to run the family business, Goodman's Department Store. The store's sales staff reflects the diversity of the Mississippi Delta."

Utica, Workroom

caption: "Batesville, Miss. Izzie and Mae Brucker and their son, Michael, in the warehouse of Framed Pictures Enterprises. The Bruckers are transplanted New Yorkers who quickly adapted to the warm hospitality and community of the southern Jewish experience."

Utica, Workroom

two people in fields caption: "Cary, MS. Ben and Betty Lee Lamensdorf, BL Lamensdorf Farms"

Utica, Workroom

silver frame two people in field. caption: "Ben and Betty Lee Lamensdorf stand in one of their cotton fields, originally purchased by Betty's Russian grandfather, Morris Grundfest."

Utica, Workroom

couple in warehouse. caption: "Indianola, MS. Freda and Morris Lewis, Lewis Grocer Co."

Utica, Storeroom

couple posed in warehouse. caption: "Indianola, MS. Freda and Morris Lewis, Lewis Grocer Co."

Utica, Sanctuary

P MS/WP/16 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/17a Print, Photographic Page 42

Jackson Office color photo. caption: "Greenville, Miss. Now a successful chain throughout the South, dedicated shoppers still make the pilgrimage..." color photo black frame exterior of store with sign caption: "Ruth's Department Store, a local landmark, opened by

Jackson Office


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Archie Bernstein in 1940, takes pride in its full service reputation and one of the largest fur departments south of Memphis. P MS/WP/17b Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/18 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/19 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/22a Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/22b Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/24 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/26

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Exterior of store with sign. silver frame caption: "Ruth's Department Store, a local landmark, opened by Archie Bernstein in 1940, takes pride in its full-service reputation and one of the largest fur departments south of Memphis."

Utica, Workroom

cotton balls color photo caption: "Cary, MS. Cotton ready for Harvest on land originally purchased by Betty L Grundfest Lamensdorf's grandfather, Morris Grundfest." Jerry Krouse with Scrap Metal caption: "Natchez, MS/ Jerry Krouse says his grandfather traded it all--ginger root, bone, animal skins, scrap metal--anything that folks were willing to buy. He eventually settled on scrap metal and pecans, creating Krouse and company, a successful business carried on today by Jerry."

Utica, Workroom

man inside store. silver frame caption: "Alligator, MS. Aaron Kline is the last storeowner in this small Delta crossroads near Clarksdale. Ask him why his business is called the Whale Store and he replies, "... a whale of a store, a hell of a place!"

Utica, Sanctuary

man inside store. black frame caption: "Alligator, MS. Aaron Kline is the last storeowner in this small Delta crossroads near Clarksdale. Ask him why his business is called the Whale Store and he replies, "... a whale of a store, a hell of a place!"

Utica, Sanctuary

Goldin Family in scrap yard. caption: "Gulfport, Miss. Jack and Florence Goldin with their sons, Martin, Alan, and Steven, at the scrap metal yard of Goldin industries. An Orthodox family, the Goldins have kosher meat shipped to their home on the Gulf Coast from Chicago and Memphis." man and woman posed in law library caption: "Jackson, MS. Al Binder and Lisa Binder Milner,

Utica, Sanctuary


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic

Attorneys."

P MS/WP/28

exterior of cotton building caption: "Grundfest and Klaus, Inc. Cary, MS."

Utica, Sanctuary

Utica, Sanctuary

Print, Photographic

exterior of E & A Hesdorfer store Canton, MS caption: "downtown Canton, MS"

P MS/WP/31

caption: "Irv and Judy Feldman, Old Tyme Deli, Jackson, MS"

Utica, Sanctuary

Tobacco and candy co, Shaw, MS

Utica, Sanctuary

woman at painting table caption: "Ocean Springs, MS. Klara Koock is a New York-turned-Southern artist whose work reflects Jewish themes, the love for her family, and the lush landscape of the Mississippi Gulf Coast."

Utica, Sanctuary

Stein family in store caption: "Greenville, Miss. Three generations of the Stein Family--grandmother Freida, Son Jay, his Wife Cindy, and their children, Berry and Jay Meredith, carry on Stein Mart, the family business began by Freda's husband Jake, in 1963. Now located throughout the Southeast and Southwest US, the business evolved from the Sam Stein company, created by Jake's father, Sam, in 1905.

Utica, Workroom

Two men in foreground standing at store counter

Utica, Sanctuary

Jack Cristil in News Studio caption: "Tupelo, MS. Jack Cristl, a prize-winning sportscaster and news personality, is best known as the voice of the Mississippi State Bulldogs."

Utica, Sanctuary

black frame family in shoe store caption:: "Clarksdale, MS. The Okun Family, Nat and Rheta, son Morey, and son-in-law, Louis Rhoden, resisted the pressure of

Utica, Workroom

Print, Photographic P MS/WP/29

Print, Photographic P MS/WP/32 Print, Photographic P MS/WP/33 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/34 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/35 Print, Photographic P MS/WP/36 Print, Photographic

P MS/WP/40 Print, Photographic Page 44


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Condition

Status

Home Location

suburban shopping malls and kept their store active in downtown Clarksdale." P MS/WP/42

man standing among mannequins caption: "Hattiesburg, MS. Miltonn Waldoff, Waldoff's Store"

Utica, Workroom

Goldin man on top of scrap heap, Gulfport, MS

Binder

Exterior of Sunflower store

Binder

Woman at The Attic Gallery, Vicksburg

Binder

Dr. Ralph Daniel, dermatologist, in office

Binder

street with trees

Binder

field

Binder

field

Binder

Forest

Binder

two tough men on town square

Binder

abandoned building

Binder

Print, Photographic P MS/WP/UK1 Print, Photographic P MS/WP/UK2 Print, Photographic P MS/WP/UK3 Print, Photographic P MS/WP/UK4 Print, Photographic P UK/CF/1 Print, Photographic P UK/CF/2 Print, Photographic P UK/CF/3 Print, Photographic P UK/CF/4 Print, Photographic P UK/CF/5 Print, Photographic P UK/CF/6 Print, Photographic Page 45


Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

P UK/CM/1

Woman with Ladder on Stage

Binder

Painting of family at dinner table

Binder

Maternity Ward at Abrom Kaplan Memorial Hospital with many portraits

Binder

Cheerleader standing with large pompoms

Binder

Cheerleader jumping

Binder

Family at shabbat dinner

Binder

Multi-generational family posed in living room

Binder

Exterior of B'nai Israel

Binder

Exterior of Touro (?) Synagogue

Binder

Exterior of unknown synagogue

Binder

Unknown cemetery: one grave reads "Charles Weiss"

Binder

Unknown cemetery overhung with Trees

Binder

Print, Photographic P UK/CM/2 Print, Photographic P UK/CM/3 Print, Photographic P UK/CM/4 Print, Photographic P UK/CM/5 Print, Photographic P UK/CM/6 Print, Photographic P UK/CM/7 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/1 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/2 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/3 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/4 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/5

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Catalog / Objectid / Objname

Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P UK/SS/6

Gate reading, "Jewish Cemetery"

Binder

B'nai Israel Congregation Cornerstone

Binder

Cornerstone that reads, "Congregation B'nai Sholom May 27, 1896"

Binder

Cornerstone of Temple Emanuel

Binder

Man praying in front of Menorah

Binder

Tombstones with engraved drapery

Binder

Print, Photographic P UK/SS/7 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/8 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/9 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/10 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/11 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/12

Cornerstone of Beth Israel synagogue

Print, Photographic P UK/SS/13

Coffin with cloth draped over it

Binder

Man with tefillin reads prayer book

Binder

Man praying with Tallit

Binder

Man praying with Tefillin

Binder

Interior of unknown synagogue

Binder

Print, Photographic P UK/SS/14 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/15 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/16 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/17 Page 47


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Description

Condition

Status

Home Location

Print, Photographic P UK/SS/18

interior of unknown synagogue

Binder

exterior of unknown synagogue

Binder

bookshelf

Binder

David Abraham gravestone

Binder

Gemiluth Chassed cornerstone

Binder

Man sitting in unkown shoe store

Binder

Outside tiles of Applebaum Bros. store

Binder

Three people outside of Kornfeld's Dept. Store

Binder

Exterior of Minsky Pecan Market

Binder

Print, Photographic P UK/SS/19 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/20 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/21 Print, Photographic P UK/SS/22 Print, Photographic P UK/WP/1 Print, Photographic P UK/WP/2 Print, Photographic P UK/WP/3 Print, Photographic P UK/WP/4 Print, Photographic Total Items:

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