Jews--California--San Diego--Societies, etc
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
The Dr. Seymour Okmin Collection consists primarily of photographs and negatives, most of which were taken by Dr. Okmin. A large photographic scrapbook and album are also included, in addition to newspaper articles, correspondence, newsletters, and materials pertaining to lodge business.
The Alice H. Paisin B'nai B'rith Collection consists of newsletters, photographs, scrapbook contents, newspaper clippings, a ceremonial banner, and a banquet cloth. Materials are from both the Birdie Stodel Chapter and the Bay City Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
The Paul Schraer Collection has two parts. Box 1 contains materials related to the Beth Jacob Congregation and includes photographs of congregational activities, anniversary books and programs from special events from the 1930s to the 1980s. Box 2 contains materials related to B’nai B’rith and the Lasker, Heartland, Fox, and Weinberger lodges and includes by-laws, newsletters, membership lists, event announcements, correspondence, and a dues ledger book.
The Henry Schwartz Collection comprises Schwartz's research material about the history of Jews and the Jewish community in San Diego and California and consists of alphabetical research files including notes, interviews, bibliographies, and photographs. Topics include persons, synagogues, antisemitism, the Holocaust, and Jewish organizations.
The Morris Showel Cottage of Israel Collection consists of documents from promotional events either hosted by the Cottage of Israel or sponsored by other Jewish organizations in the San Diego area. It includes newspaper articles, photographs, flyers, announcements, displays, and invitations documenting the public relations efforts of the Cottage of Israel in Balboa Park from 1948 to the late 1990s. Materials are filed chronologically.
The Gussie K. Singer City of Hope Collection consists of tribute books, newsletters, certificates, and other papers, including a 1971 tribute book honoring Harry Bronstein.
The Gert Thaler Collection consists of Thaler's papers documenting her professional and civic activities as well as Thaler family documents, and includes hardcopy photos and digital family photos and genealogy documents. Scrapbook contents, photos, programs, clippings and invitations from Hadassah, the Jolly Sixteen, and the Women's Association of Allied Beverages Industries are also included.