Chronological List of Links to News Articles regarding the Berger Family
1907-4-27 Mrs. Max Berger, obit. - - 1907 Mrs. Berger Dies As Result Of Burns. Max Berger, 1932 West Michigan street, explosion, obit.
1910-6-3 Cloquet, Ben Berger Jacob Kaner
1910-6-3 Cloquet, Jacob Kaner. arrested - - Junk Men Arrested On Serious Charges, Cloquet, Ben Berger and Jacob Kaner, stolen property
1910-6-3 Cloquet, Ben Berger, Jacob Kaner - - 1910 Cloquet: Junk Men Arrested On Serious Charge.Ben Berger, Jacob Kaner, stolen property.
1910-11-1 Cloquet-Ben Berger obit. - - 1910 Cloquet: Ben Berger, obit.
1912-1-7 Harry Lavant guest at Caplov Garber wed.0000 - - 1912 Lena Azine, William Howard Glass wed., Rabbi Kissen, Edythe Azine, Esther Kremen, David J. Azine, Mandel Glass, Ida Azine, Theresa Glass, guests Morris Glass, J. Berger, Edith and Joe Berger, Esther Kremen, Mandel Glass, Sara Shere, Albert Lieberman, David and john Azine, Polson.
1915-2-15 Virginia, Berger, Milavetz, Latz, M. K. Baer
1917-8-20 Cloquet, Mrs. Max Berger, J. Kaner - - 1917 Cloquet: Mr. an Mrs. F. Kaner, Lillian, J. Kanr, Mrs. Morris Berger-Supeior, J. Kaner
1918-5-23 Anna Garon, graduating class - - 1918 Graduating Class of Duluth Central High School. Expect 218 pupils to try for Central High diplomas. List of Jewish names: Frederic Albenberg - 128 Eighth Avenue East, University of Minnesota, business course; Nathan Azine - 420 First Avenue West; Morris Berger - 212 East Fourth Street, University of Minnesota, business and finance; Eugene Bondy - 1005 East First Street; Moe Buchman - 110 West Fifth Street, University of Minnesota, academic; Sam Davis - 807 East Third Street; Ralph Elevitch - 127 West Fourth Street; Lillian Friedman - 1612 East Fifth Street; Anna Garon - 517 Fourth Avenue East; Fern Goldberg - 1507 East Third Street, Wheaton College, academic; Harry Karon - 20 East Second Street; Maurice Labovitz - 516 G West Second Street; Cecil Laskawitz - 420 East Seventh Street; Ruth Lent - 1815 Piedmont Avenue; Sylvester Meyers - 216 East Third Street, University of Minnesota, academic; Henry Polinsky - 212 Third Avenue East, University of Minnesota, law; Sarah Rosenberg - 17 East Third Street; Harry Segal - 424 East Third Street; Helena Silberstein - 2328 East Third Street, Smith College; Israel Walt - 811 East Fifth Street, University of Minnesota, pharmacy;
1918-12-8 Morris Berger, cigar store, newspapers
1918-12-8 Morris Berger, ad - - 1918 Selling Newspapers Starts Morris Berger In Business.
1918-12-11 Morris Berger, newspapers, cigars
1918-12-11 Morris Berger - - 1918 New Management Ad for Cigar and Confectionery Store, 482 East Fourth St.
1919-10-18 Virginia, M. Berger - - 1919 Better Express Service Is Demaned At Virginia. L. M. Berger, Morris Shanedling, M. K. Baer.
1919-10-19 Jewish ad, Weisberg - - 1919 Jewish Ad. Help the Stricken Jews of Europe by Giving Clothes. Sam Berman, L. Weisberg, M. Berger, H. Stein. Note: Unusual to have an ad with Hebrew characters. Translation of yiddisih in the ad: HELP! HELP! GREAT IS THE CATASTROPHY OF OUR JEWISH PEOPLE. OUTSIDE-TORN-NAKED AND BAREFOOT. OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS GO AROUND IN THIS POGROM LANDS AND TO US AMERICAN JEWS THEY STRETCH OUT THEIR HAND AND HOLLER HELP! HELP! AND WE CALL OUT TO YOU JEWS OF DULUTH, GIVE AWAY PART OF YOUR CLOTHES. PREPARE YOUR BUNDLES, CALL AND THIS COMMITTEE WILL COME AND PICK THEM UP. "THIS LINE IS THE DATE REPEATED" PUT IN A SPOOL OF THREAD AND NEEDLES. TIE EACH PAIR OF SHOES SEPARATELY. - translation to Marilyn Chait and Herman Markowitz - - cropped image with translation
1921-4-30 Phillip Berger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Berger, obit. - - 1921 Phlip Berger, infant obit. Mr. and Mrs. Max Berger.
1921-4-30 Philip Berger obit. - - 1921 Philip Berger, nine month infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Berger
1921-6-29 David and Max Berger, auto accident - - 1921 Auto Victim Gets Verdfict. David and Morris Berger, joint defendant.
1922-4-30 Frank Hillman, obit. Michael Berger, Maple Grove Rd. - - 1922 Frank Hillman, obit. 816 East Sevent street, parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hillman 320 Fourth avenue East, Mrs. John Gollop, Mrs. Joseph Steward, Mrs. Michael Berger, Jewish cemetery on Maple Grove road.