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Abstract The Wolpers were a Jewish family from Chelsea, Massachusetts. In 1949, they issued a petition to the school board, raising concerns about Christmas carols and pageants in public schools. The resulting negative criticism from Jews and non-Jews, as well as the anti-Semitic letters sent to the Wolpers, eventually caused them to remove the petition. The collection includes the letters sent to the Wolpers, as well as newspaper clippings and correspondence with the school board.
Abstract Congregation Linas Zedek was located on Chestnut Street in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Founded by Ukrainian immigrants from the Kamen Kashirsky region and the local carpenter's union, it was defunct by the 1980s. The synagogue's cemetery is located in Everett, Massachusetts. This collection contains a ledger with minutes of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Linas Zedek, a membership ledger, and miscellaneous event flyers and invitations in Yiddish. The minutes ledger is in English (from...
Abstract This collection contains photographs, correspondence, news clippings, vital records, genealogical materials, sheet music, recordings, and manuscripts documenting the Freedman family of Springfield, Massachusetts. Included are materials on Joseph and Lena (Sakowitz) Freedman, and their children Jacob Freedman, a rabbi, scholar, translator, and writer; Samuel Freedman; Martin Freedman; and Sarah (Freedman) Aizenstat.
Abstract This collection documents the histories and genealogies of the Gaffen and Massirman families, as well as the Levinthal and Rottenberg families, to a lesser extent. The collection contains correspondence and family group records for each line, while a few family series also include photographs and vital records.
Abstract George Clint Frank (1917-2000) served in the 826th Bombardment Squadron, 484th Bombardment Group, United States Army Air Corps from 1943 until he was discharged at the end of World War II. The collection consists of one folder containing photographs from Frank’s time in the Army, along with his War Department Identification Card and discharge papers.
Abstract Jacob Beerman (1871-1926) immigrated to the United States in 1885 and married Rose Solomon in 1904. The couple had a daughter, Sadie. Jacob owned a stationary company in Boston. The collection contains a book titled The Nineteen Letters of Ben Uziel, inscribed to Beerman from Charles Fleischer, former rabbi of Temple Israel in Boston, and a scroll marking the 25th anniversary of the B’nai Zion Educational Society in 1916.
Abstract Contains photocopies of four Hebrew letters endorsing Rabbi Rabinovitz, three of which were written by Rabbis Jacob Widrewitz, Ph. Klein and Joshua Siegel in New York in 1907. One is specifically addressed to Cong. Tzemach Tzedek and Agudas Achim of Chelsea, Mass. Also includes the photocopy of a Hebrew contract signed by ca. 50 members of the congregation in 1907, photocopies of two requests for funds from Poland, a photograph of Rabinovitz, an announcement of his son's wedding in 1925, and a...
Abstract Mildred Minnie Fishman was born Sarah Minnie Greenberg in Leeds, England in 1896 to Isaac and Ethel Greenberg. The family immigrated to Chelsea, Massachusetts in 1922, and in 1939, Mildred married Maurice Fishman and became a naturalized citizen of the United States. She died in 1995, and the bulk of this collection contains documents related to her end-of-life arrangements, including estate planning, burial arrangements, and will execution. The collection also contains vital and immigration...
Abstract The collection consists of ten genealogical books entitled DI TSVAYGELEKH "The Little Twigs," containing introductory articles, maps, genealogical charts and photocopies of photographs for ten Jewish families from Europe who settled in Massachusetts: The Silberberg-Lappen family which originated in Latvia; the Nodle-Nodel-Needleman, Zollavaicheck-Zolliavitsky-Zilvickis-Zoll-Zall and Borofsky-Silverstein families, all of whom originated in Lithuania; the Bernstein-Gostinsky-Gostin family, who...
Abstract This collection contains photographs, scrapbooks, comic strips, publications, memoirs, and reports documenting the family life of the Sterling, Selesnick, Segal, Shapiro, Katz, and Zoll families, as well as the educational and professional work of Hinda Sterling and Herb Selesnick—particularly the work they conducted for Sterling & Selesnick, Inc., their organizational consulting firm, and Stockworth, the comic strip they produced.
- Subject: Chelsea (Mass.) X
- Aizenstat, Harry 1
- Aizenstat, Sarah Freedman 1
- Beerman, Jacob 1
- Beth El Synagogue (New Rochelle, N.Y.) 1
- B’nai Zion Educational Society 1
- Congregation Linas Zedek (Beth Israel) (Chelsea, Mass.) 1
- Fishman, Maurice 1
- Fishman, Mildred Minnie 1
- Fleischer, Charles, 1871- 1
- Frank, George Clint 1
- Freedman Family 1
- Freedman, Jacob, 1903- 1
- Freedman, Joseph 1
- Freedman, Lena Sakowitz 1
- Freedman, Martin 1
- Freedman, Samuel 1
- Gaffen, Abraham 1
- Gaffen, David 1
- Gaffen, Dorothy 1
- Gaffen, Etta 1
- Gaffen, Leonard 1
- Gaffen, Sarah 1
- Greenberg, Ethel Shirnovich 1
- Greenberg, Isaac 1
- Hirsch, Samson Raphael, 1808-1888 1
- Jewish Historical Society of the North Shore 1
- Katz, Hyman, 1899-1975 1
- Katz, Rose Shapiro, 1901-1989 1
- Kellerman, Steven 1
- Klein, Philip, 1849-1926 1
- Levinthal, Leiba 1
- Levinthal, Samuel 1
- Massirman, Jenny 1
- Massirman, Louis 1
- Massirman, Samuel 1
- Massirman, Sarah 1
- Rabinovitz, Meyer 1
- Rottenberg, Esther 1
- Rottenberg, Harry 1
- Schiffres, Hannah 1
- Segal, Eva Goldberg, 1889-1936 1
- Selesnick, Herbert L. 1
- Selesnick, Rose Segal, 1915-2006 1
- Selesnick, Sydney, 1909-1990 1
- Sharon Memorial Park 1
- Siegel, Joshua, 1846-1910 1
- Sterling, Hinda 1
- Sullivan, F. X. 1
- Temple Beth El (Asbury Park, N.J.) 1
- Temple Beth El (Chelsea, Mass.) 1
- Temple Beth-El (Fall River, Mass.) 1
- Temple Sinai (Long Beach, Calif.) 1
- United States. Army. Air Corps 1
- Velleman, Natalie 1
- Vidrowitz, Hayyim Jacob, 1835- 1
- Wolper, Abraham 1
- Wolper, Frieda 1
- Yad va-shem, rashut ha-zikaron la-Shoʼah vela-gevurah 1 ∧ less