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Jews -- Migrations.

Subject Source: Fast

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Emanuel Merdinger Papers

Identifier: MSS 0355

Emanuel Merdinger (1906-1997) was a chemist, Holocaust survivor, and professor. This collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, school IDs, diplomas, and an autobiography. The autobiography contains the English translation of the letters Merdinger exchanged with Albert Speer, a former high ranking Nazi official.

Dates: 1928-1997; Majority of material found within 1947-1983

Irgang-Entenberg-Kushner Family Collection

Identifier: MSS 0370

This collection contains the Irgang family's documents dated prior to their immigration to the U.S., documents that record their desire for naturalization, and other correspondence testifying to their efforts to gain ownership and compensation for property left behind in their native Jaroslaw, Poland.

Dates: 1926-1969

Morton D. Winsberg Photographs of Colonia Baron Hirsch

Identifier: MS Group 170

Photographs of the Colonia Baron Hirsch, primarily of the Jewish settlers, in Argentina.

Dates: 1930-1960

Photographs of the Seventy-Years Celebration of the Foundation of the School Secundaria 15 Albert Einstein, Mexico

Identifier: MSS 0446

The collection consists of twenty-seven photographs of the 2018 commemoration of the school Secundaria 15 Albert Einstein’s founding. The school was founded by Max Shein in 1948.

Dates: 2018

Reverend Benjamin Safer and Family Collection

Identifier: MSS 0332
Abstract This collection documents the life of four generations of the Safer family of Jacksonville, Florida. It holds Reverend Benjamin Safer's Collection, including sermons, letters, notes, and family photographs. In addition, it includes official documents and photographs of the places where various family members lived and worked in Lithuania and Jacksonville, Florida. The family reunion scrapbook from 1978 and Edwin Safer's correspondence with the Miami Jewish Museum, which are also included in...
Dates: 1901-2017

Sara Gaíl de Farber and Bess de Farber Papers

Identifier: MSS 0416

This collection holds materials created by Joseph Farber, father, and mother and daughter, Sara Gaíl de Farber and Bess Gaíl de Farber, respectively. The larger part of the collection includes materials that relate to Sara Gaíl's life and work in Argentina and the US. Separate folders hold materials relating to Bess de Farber's performance commemorating her mother's and father's emigration to the US from Poland, and Argentina, respectively, and her family and genealogical research.

Dates: 1918-2006; Majority of material found within 1950s-1970s

Stirt Family Collection

Identifier: MSS 0352
Abstract Irving Stirt (1921-2010) grew up in Kaunas (Kovno), Lithuania and immigrated to the United States in 1940. He lived in New York, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Marinette (WI), during which time he completed high school, enlisted in the U.S. army, and married. Stirt's family, who remained in Kaunas, are presumed to have been killed by the Nazis in 1941. This small archive includes a diary, letters, documents, and photographs that evidence Stirt's departure from Lithuania at the age of 19, the death...
Dates: 1923-2010; Majority of material found within 1938-1941