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1917-03-15 Morris Levy and Jacob Shapiro - -
2004-06 Isadore Crystal JFN bio - - 2004-06 Isadore Crystal JFN bio
2007-02-07 Peter Edelman & Marian Wright - NY times - - 2017 - In 1968 the Edelmans were the third interracial couple to marry in Virginia.
1901-04-09 Hildegarde Coddon engaged to I M Lieberman - -
1917-01-09 Sophia Kassmir Soloist Washington Post - -
1917-03-11 Zelda Coran and Oscar Wine wed - -
1950-02-17 Dr Milton Abramson news - -
1952 Dr Milton Abramson news - -
1952-06-09 Samuel H Coddon -estate news article LA Times - -
1915-12-13_8 John D. Mondschine and Maude Louise Richards marry- Fargo Forum - - 1915-12-13 Noth Dakota: Announcements of the marriage of Miss Maude Louise Richards and John D. Monschine, which took place at the First M. E. church, Minneapolis, Saturday, Nov. 17, were received at Lawton, N. D. last week. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Minnie Richards, formerly of Lawton, but now of Oshkosh, Wis. She taught school for two years and was most popular. Mr. Mondschine is a popular traveler for the Peyton Paper Co., of Duluth, where the couple will make their home.
1908-05-24 Rosalie Mondschine, Marion and Anna Levine photos dnt - - 1908-5-24 Who Will Graduate In June From Duluth Central High School? Rosalie Mondschine, Marion and Anna Levine photos
1905-03-03_9 Phelps Mondschine dnt - - 1905-3-3 High School Pupils To Give Annual Play At Auditorium Tomorrow Evening. Isadore Monschine (?Mondschine) Leslie Phelps (photo).
1915-12-13_8 John D. Mondschine and Maude Louise Richards marry - Fargo Forum - - 1915-12-13 Noth Dakota: Announcements of the marriage of Miss Maude Louise Richards and John D. Monschine, which took place at the First M. E. church, Minneapolis, Saturday, Nov. 17, were received at Lawton, N. D. last week. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Minnie Richards, formerly of Lawton, but now of Oshkosh, Wis. She taught school for two years and was most popular. Mr. Mondschine is a popular traveler for the Peyton Paper Co., of Duluth, where the couple will make their home.
1904-04-15_9 Lottie Mondschine Charity Ball dnt - - 1904-4-15 Charity Ball Is A Success. Neat Sum Netted From Efforts of Temple Emanuel Society. Progress club-Spalding, The Ladies Aid society. 200 people attended. black and white theme. Mrs. Victor Cohen, Mrs. E. Silberstein, Mrs. Etta Josephs, Mrs. Page, Mrs. Harrigton, Mrs. Metter, Miss Shapiro, Mrs. Bondy, Mrs. J. M. Gidding, Mrs. Josephine Sattler. Guests: William Gomberg, L. S. Loeb, I. Freimuth, M. Levy, P. H. Levy, Robert Marcuse, B. Silberstein, L. S. Newman, Kastriner, Joseph Saddler (Sattler?), S. Levy, Page, J. Abrahamson, Edward Silberstein, M. Cook, Hirsch, S. Y. Josephs, D. Kohn, Victor Colin, J. A. Klein, S. Levine, J. M. Gidding, H. Harrington, Hirshfield, Q. Oreck. Mrs. Bondy, Metter, Sturtezis (?), Rose Gidding, May Levy, Rose Krojanker, Elsie Silberstein, Irene Silberstein, Esther Levy, Stella Levy, Lily Abrahamson, Hannah Cook, Lottie Mondschine, E. Karon, R. Karon, Shapira-Eveleth, Mayor M. B. Cullum, Professor Orat, Antrobus, D. G. Loewus, Summerfield, Hany, Carrol I. O. Boyle, Edward Helperin, M. W. Rosenberger, M. Freimuth. Reception committee: D. G. Loewus, L. S. Levy, M. Freimuth, S. Y. Josephs, M. W. Rosenberger.
1880-3-9 D Mondschine - silver ore - -
1893-7-21 Fannie Mondschine visit with Parents - -
1920-12-12_2 Little Tots Mary Janae and Virginia Gumm Frank A. Gumm dnt - - 1920-12-12 Photo of Judy Garland's older sisters in 1920.Mary Jane and Virginia Gumm.
1921-12-11_6 Evelth Frank A. Gumm Frank Rabinowitz dnt - - 1921-12-11 Theater is closed. Eveleth The Empress theater, Manager Frank Rabinowitz of the Regent theater purchased it from Frank A. Gumm of Grand Rapids.
1921-01-12_5 Pauline Rabinowitz basket weaving patients nurse -dnt - - 1921-1-12 Eveleth Nurse Girl Teaches Wounded Veterans to Make Wicker Baskets.Paulene Rabinowitz
1919-12-09_5 Eveleth, Marcus Rabinowitz photo first prize MN Dailly News - dnt - - 1919-12-9 Eveleth, Wins Honors, Marcus Rabinowitz, photo, 709 Pierce street, attending University of Minnesota, Minnesota Daily contest.
1902-08-24_ Mondschine Loeb - dnt - - 1902-8-24 The handsome reception given by Mrs. L. S. Loeb Thursday afternoon was in honor of her mother, Mrs. Jacob Keller, of Ligonier, Ind. And was one of the most elaborate affairs of the kind that has been given in Duluth for some time. Mrs. L. Neuman, Leopold of Chicago, Pauline Levy. Mesdames: J. B. Sattler, A. Levy, M. Kastriner, L. S. Neuman, S. N. Levin, G. Levin, J. D. Zien, N. Gidding, I. Bondy, M. W. Bondy, R. Marcuse, B. Silberstein, F. Mondschine, I. Abrahamson, F. Parker, I. Freimuth, C. Freimuth, D. Van Baalen, W. Gomberg, R. Kronjanker, L. Hammel, C. P. Oswald, E. Sattler, F. Haas, E. Hazen,AAAA. Benjamin-St. Paul, J. Abraham, S. Levy-Superior, R. L. Knebel, Misses: Rose-Colorado Springs, Conklin, Smith, Scott, McFadden, Butchart, Myrtle Butchart, Levy, M. Levy, Silberstein, Mondschine, Abrahamson, Freimuth, Forbes, Everington, Murray, Moses-St. Paul. And many others.
1923 John D Mondschine president Central Service Paper Co - - 1923 Eau Clair, WI drectory. John D. Mondschine, pres. Central Service Paper Co. - resides at YMCA
1919-12-09_5 Eveleth, Marcus Rabinowitz photo first prize Minnesota Dailly New - dnt - - 1919-12-9 Eveleth: Wins Honors in a Minnesota Daily News contest. Photo. Marcus Rabinowitz. Son of Mr and Mrs Frank Rabinowitz, 709 Pierce street, Had experience on the staff of the Eveleth News.
1920-04-01_5 Eveleth Samuel Stein, Florence Shapiro, Marcus Rabinowitz - dnt - - 1920-4-1 Eveleth: Home For Easter. Attending University of Minnesota. Samuel Stein, Florence Shapiro, Marcus Rabinowitz.
1921-01-12_5 Pauline Rabinowitz basket weaving patients nurse - dnt - - 1921-1-12 Eveleth Nurse Girl Teaches Wounded Veterans to Make Wicker Baskets. Pauline Rabinowitz. Girl from Eveleth, discharged from service and returns home. Occupational therapy. Trained in Chicago, IL. Cook hospital and state hospital for insane. Camp Pike, Ark., government hospital for tubercular soldiers, Fitzimmons general hospital-Denver, Colo. Pleasure to Teach Them. Knitted scarfs and caps.
1922-09-23_4 Eveleth, Miller trunk, Frank Rabinowitz - dnt - - 1922-9-23 Eveleth: Committee Appointed for Miller Trunk Fete. Harry Rabinowitz served on committee. Supported celebration of the completed paved route from Duluth to the range.
1922-10-28_4 Eveleth, Salvation Army Harry Rinowitz - dnt - - 1922-10-28 Eveleth Meeting Called to Arrange "Sally" Drive. Salvation Army. Harry Rabinowitz served on the board.
1922-06-16_3 American_Jewish_World - multiple articles - - 1922-6-16 Dr. Hanau W. Loeb-dean of school of medicine in St. Louis University. - AJW
1922-06-16_3 American_Jewish_World - multiple articles - - 1922-6-16 Mrs. E. A. Silberstein attens graduation of daughter Helena at Smith college in Northampton, Mass. - AJW
1922-06-16_3 American_Jewish_World - multiple articles - - 1922-6-16 Mrs. M. Winsberg (May Goldfine)- Chicago, visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. Goldfine of Superior, Wis. - AJW
1922-06-16_3 American_Jewish_World - multiple articles - - 1922-6-16 Miss Sylvia Josephs attended Smith college in Northampton, Mass. - AJW
1922-06-16_3 American_Jewish_World - multiple articles - - 1922-6-16 Mr. Emanuel Cook graduated from Harvard. - AJW
1922-06-16_3 American_Jewish_World - multiple articles - - 1922-6-16 Abe Litman, Marvin OReck, Roy Popkin, Jack Tulman attended University of Minnesota. - AJW
1922-06-16_3 American_Jewish_World - multiple articles - - 1922-6-16 Temple Emanuel Religious school closing exercises. Beatrice Hirschfield, Adeline Kohen, Daniel Goldfish, Arthur Lieberman, Harold Meyers, Carold Freimuth, Herman Teplesky, Mrs. Harry Gordon. Fay Brusin, Eleanor Davidson, Muriel Josephs, Rabbi Alvin S. Luchs,. Mrs. Freimuth's class: Goldie Bennett, Mrs. Gordon's class: Bessie Gorodnizky, Arthur Lieberman, Herman Teplesky. Miss Barnard's class: Sylvia Yesane. Leonard Josphs. Mrs. Joseph' class: James Loewns, Irwin Greenblat. Miss Miriam Mann awarded attendance. - AJW
1922-06-16_3 American_Jewish_World - multiple articles - - 1922-6-16 Temple aid Society-Spalding hotel. Mrs. H. W. Geller, Mrs. Fanny Mondschine Mrs. M. Cook, Mrs. D. Freimuth. Muriel Josephs, Mrs. H. Y. Josephs, Priscilla Copilowish, Mrs. D. C. Freimuth, A. Feldman, M. Bondy, Lieberman, C. Meyers, L. Zalk, S. Bailer. Misses Miriam Mann, Rosalind Bondy. Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mrs. J. Abeles. Proceeds go to Temple Emanuel Fund. Note: It is heartening to know that women were included in higher education - AJW
1884-05-16_8 A. Mondschine - Arkansas_Gazette - - 1884-5-16 Arkansas: staying at the Peming Hotel. D. Mondschine
1892-01-27_6 D. 1st. col. Mondschine - Arkansas_Gazette - - 1892-1-27 Arkansas: The Supreme Court No. 272. Cr. D. Mondschine vs. The State; error to Perry Circuit Court; submitted.
1912-12-21_8 William Mondschine - Arkansas_Gazette - - 1912-12-21 Arkansas: col. 2. Real Estate Transfers. Wm. Mondschine.
1913-01-12_34 Rosalie Mondschine Cook wedding party - Arkansas_Gazette - - 1913-1-12 Arkansas: col 3. Helena. Ciener-Ball wedding party. Rosalie Mondschine
1913-11-10_3 William Monschine real estate transfers - Arkansas_Gazette - - 1913-11-10 Arkansas: col. 5 Real Estate Transfers. William Mondschine.
1907-08-09_4 Berman Mondchine - - 1907-8-9 Bemidji: Col. 4. Miss LeahBerman is entertaining as her guests Misses Anna Ellenstein of Minneapolis and Charlotte Mondschine of Duluth. - Bemidji_daily_pioneer_
1907-08-17_4 Lottie Mondchine Berman - - 1907-8-17 Bemidji: col. 4. Miss Lottie Mondschine, who has been the guest of Miss Leah Berman, left this morning for Brainerd, where she will visit friends before returning to her home in Duluth. - Bemidji_daily_pioneer_
1942-04-02_25 Jack D. Mondschine - - 1942-4-2 Ely: Jack D. Mondschine - Ely_miner
1915-12-13_8 John D. Mondschine and Maude Louise Richards marry cropped - - 1915-12-13 Fargo: Miss Maude Louise Richards and D. Mondschine marriage. First M. E. church, Minneapolis Nov. 17. Lawton, N. D. daughter of Mrs. Minnie Richards, formerly of Lawton, now of Oshkosh, Wis. Taught school for two years, popular. Mr. Mondschine is a popular traveler for the Peyton Paper Co. of Duluth, where the couple will make their home. - Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican_
1903-03-14_9 Sadie Mondschine and Andrew Krevager married - - 1903-3-14 Irish Standard: col. 6 A quiet wedding occurred Sunday afternoon of last week, at the Catholic church, when Miss Sadie Mondschine and Andrew Krevager were married. Father Kosmeri performed the ceremony. The bride was prettily gowned in a blue suit and carried white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Krevager are at home at 315 Third avenue E. - Irish_standard_
1909-09-04_6 Fannie Mondschine - - 1909-9-4 Labor world: col. 5. Fannie Mondschine Summons. - Labor_world_
1899-05-21_10 Miss Rosie Mondschine attended birthday party-1 cropped - dnt - - 1899-5-21 Birthday party for Violet Jordan, daughter of Mrs. Emily Jordan.Guest Miss Rosie Mondschine, Isador Mondschine.
1922-03-22_4 Mrs. Adler visits niece Mrs. John Mondschine- Devels Lake World - - 1922-3-22 Devils Lake: col. 5. Lawson. Mrs. George Adler left for Duluth Wednesday to visit her niece, Mrs. John Mondschine of that city.
1898-12-26_5 Lottie Mondschine 113 West street - dnt - - 1898-12-26 Lottle Mondschine sent a noteable letter to newspaper contest.
1901-04-28_3 Mondchine, Shapiro - dnt - - 1901-4-28 In Realty Circles. Fannie Monderschine, Beck Magoffin, Max Shapiro, Rachael Steinberg,
1901-05-05_8 Isi Mondschine - dnt - - 1901-5-5 What Is Going On In Duluth Schools. Isi Mondschine 8th grade.
1901-12-01_8 Miss Mondschine Louis Zalk speeches - dnt - - 1901-12-1 New Departure In School Athletics. Indoor Base Ball Team is Promised-Orators Chosen-Annual Auction-Gridiron Games End. Miss Mondschine spoke on the subject "America." Louis Zalk "History's Warning to America".Miss Lottle Mondschine recitation.
1901-12-22_9 Mondschine and Zalk orqtorical contest - dnt - - 1901-12-22 Public Schools Are Closed For Holidays. Principal Smith Gratified With Upper Classmen's Work-Oratorical Contest and Literary Society. Simon Cook, Zalk, Miss Mondschine.
1915-09-30_7 Berwin Lewy and Monschine engagement - dnt - - 1915-9-30 Lewy-Mondschine Engagement Announced. Mrs. F. Mondschine, 228 North Fourteenth avenue East announces the engagement of her daughter, Rosalie, to Ernest Berwin Lewy of Memphis, Tenn.
1902-06-16_3 Sadie Mondschine graduate - dnt - - 1902-6-16 Sermons For Graduates. Baccalaureate Services Held For Two Sets Of Seniors. Normal Class Is Large. Rev. W. J. Patton's Address Is Eloquent. Rev. F. K. Howard Talks in Combined Classes of Nelson Dewey and Blaine High Schools. Sadie Mondschine,
1902-06-05_5 Charlotte Mondschine - dnt - - 1902-6-5 Class Night Is Great Success. High School Grauates Pass With Credit Second State of Commencement Week. Exercises Well Attended. Edward Congdon Delivers President's Address. Many Orations, Clever and Brilliant, and Songs Entertaining. Charlotte Mondschine, Louis Zalk, Class Orator. (I love the content of his speech).
1902-06-01_ Graduates Mondschine, Zalk, Marcus, Freimuth- dnt - - 1902-6-1 Promising Class Of Young Graduates. photos. Charlotte Mondschine, Louis Zalk, Ellen Marcus (?), David Freimuth, Lottie Mondschine (nick name for Charlotte).
1902-08-24_ Mondschine Loeb-1 dnt - - 1902-8-24 Reception given by Mrs. L. S. Loeb in honor of her mother Mrs. Jacob Keller, of Ligonier, Ind.
1902-08-24_ Zien, Mondschine Loeb dnt - - 1902-8-24 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Zien and Pauline Levy entertained Friday evening for Miss Leopold, of Chicago. Miss Sadie Mondschine. Victor Kohn, E. Hirschman, Lumieuz Silberstein, Freimuth, Abrahamson, M. Levy, Mondschine, Lottle Mondschine, Selig, L. Levy, s. Levy, Rosenberger, M. Levy, Josephs, Loewus, Levinson, Kohn, M. Freimuth.
1916-02-13_ Rosalie Mondshine, Mrs. J. Lewy, E. B. Lewy - dnt - - 1916-2-13 Mrs. Fannie Mondschine and daugter Rosalie Mondshine (Note change in spelling to last name) Mrs. J. Lewy of Greenville, Miss. and E. B. Lewy of Memphis, Tenn.
1916-02-15_ Mr. L. Lewy Mondshine and Ernewt Lewy - dnt - - 1916-2-15 Receive Informally For Guests. Mrs. Fannie Mondschine and daughter, Miss Rosalie Mondschine
1916-02-16_7 Rosalie Mondschine Ernest Berwin Lewy marriage - dnt - - 1916-2-16 Calendar. Marriage of Miss rosalie Mondshine, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Mondschine, Ernest Berwin Lewy of Memphis, Tenn.
1916-02-17_7 Ernest Lewy, Rosalie Mondschine - dnt - - 1916-2-17 Marriages of Interest in Duluth. Lewy-Mondschine Marriage. Rosalie Mondschine, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Mondschine, 228 North Fourteenth avenue East and Ernest Berwin Ley of Memphis, Tenn. home of the bride's mother. Dr. Maurice Lefkovits married them. Bride held Morocco Bible. Mrs. L. Lewy,
1916-11-10_15 Mrs. F. Mondschine visit daughter Mrs. E. B. Lewy - ajw - - 1916-11-10 American Jewish World: Mrs. F. Mondshine of 228 Fourteenth Avenue East, has gone to Memphis, Tenn., to visit her daughter. Mrs. E. B. Lewy. B. Magoffin, Jr. of Deerwood, Minn. left for trip to Chicago, home in Sawrie Inn, Memphis, Tenn.
1961-10-08_22 obituary Rosalie Lewy in Greenville, Miss Commercial_Appeal - - 1961-10-08_22 obituary Rosalie Lewy in Greenville, Miss Commercial_Appeal
1902-09-07_2 Lottie Mondschine - - 1902-9-7 col. 4 party in honor of Leta Phelps. Guest Lottie Mondschine. - dnt
1902-12-28_3 Lottie Mondschind teacher at western part of state - - 1902-12-28 Miss Lottie Mondschine who has been teaching in the western part of the state is spending the vacation at the home of her mother. Note: This must be Charlotte Mondschine. - dnt
1904-04-15_9 Lottie Mondschine Charity Ball - - 1904-4-15 Charity Ball Is A Success. Neat Sum Netted From Efforts Of Temple Emanuel Society. Progress club at Spalding. Ladies Aid society Temple Emanuel. Mrs. Victor Cohen, Mrs. E. Silberstein, Mrs. Etta Josephs, Mrs. Page, Mrs. Harrington, Mrs. Metter Mettler? Miss Shapiro, Mrs. Bondy, Mrs. J. M. Gidding, Mrs. Josphine Sattler. Guests: Messrs and Mesdames, Wiliam Gomberg, L. S. Loeb, I. Freimuth, M. Levy, P. H. Levy, Robert Marcuse, B. Silberstein, L. S. Newman, Kastriner, Joseph Saddler, S. Levy, Page, J. Abrahamson, Edward Silberstein, M. Cook, Hirsch, S. Y. Josephs, D. Kohn, Victor Colin, J. A. Klein, S. Levine, J. M. Gidding, H. Harrington, Hirshfield, Q. Oreck. Mrs. Bondy, Misses Metter, Sturtezis, Rose Gidding, May Levy, Rose Krojanker, Elsie Silberstein, Irene Silberstein, Esther Levy, Stella Levy, Lily Abrahamson, Hannah Cook, Lottie Mondschine, E. Karon, R. Karon, Shapira-Eveleth, Mayor M. B. Cullum, Professor Ourat, Antrobus, D. G. Loewus, Summerfield, Hany, Carro I. O. Boyle, Edward Helperin, M. W. Rosenberger, M. Freimuth. D. G. Loewus, L. S. Levy, M. Freimuth, S. Y. Josephs and M. W. Rosenberger. - dnt
1905-03-03_9 Phelps Mondschine - - 1905-3-3 High School Pupils To Give Annual Play At Auditorium Tomorow. Isadore Mondschine - dnt
1905-03-12_2 Isadore Mondschine high school dinner - - 1905-3-12 col. 1 A.F.M. Custance guest of honor at banquet. Isadore Mondschine. - - - - 1905-3-12 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Silberstein announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Irene Silberstein to Lionel Troubmann ? of New York. - dnt
1905-04-22_11 Lottie Mondschine 420 Sixth Ave - - 1905-4-22 People You Know. Miss Lottie Modschine of 420 Sixth Avenue West has returned from a trip south. - dnt
1905-08-03_ Zien 131 East Second street, Fanny Mondschine - - 1905-8-3 Dinner Given By Mr. And Mrs. Zein (Zien). Mr. and Mrs. Sternberg and Mr. and Mrs. Metzger Guests of Honor. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Zien of 121 East Second street entertain Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sternberg and Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Metzger of St. Paul. Spaulding Hotel. Guests: Fanny Mondschine, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marcuse, Mr. and Mrs. Kohn, Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mrs. L. Victor Kohn, Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mrs. L. R. Bondy, Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moutner, Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Levy, Mrs. Bernard Silberstein, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Traubmann, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kastriner, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Abrahamson, Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hirschfield, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Goldberg, Mrs. I. Abrahamson, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Abrahamson, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob L. Hirsh, Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Josephs, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Cook, Mrs. H. J. Hirsh, Mrs. Louis Bondy, Mr. and Mrs. Seig Levy, Samuel Levy, Robert Metzger, Mrs. Schenerman, Mr. and Mrs. Willam Comberg, Mrs. Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Krojanker, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Silberstein, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hammil, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Helman, Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Goodman-Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Neuman-Superior, Mrs. Carrie Lazarus-Birmingham, Mrs. Resl ? -Milwaukee, Mrs. S. Phillipson-New York, Mrs. Benno C. Samuel-New York, J. Y. Cond-New York, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Abraham-Wis., Mr. and Mrs. M. Albenberg-Superior, Mrs. Henry Sattler-New York. - dnt
1906-01-25_11 Fannie Mondschine - - 1906-1-25 Legal Notices Fanny Mondschine - dnt
1906-02-21_2 Fanny Mondschine - - 1906-2-21 Col. 1 Fanny Mondschine, Col. 4 F. B. Cohen - dnt
1906-11-28_5 Circle 4 meets Temple Emanuel Mrs. Mondschine - - 1906-11-28 col. 6 Circle No. 4 Meets. Circle No. 4 Temple Emanuel Aid society will give a card party at the home of Mrs. Mondschine of 126 Sixth avenue west, Friday No. 30. - dnt
1906-11-28_5 Sarah Melivetz E. Zein married - - 1906-11-28 col. 6 Miss Sarah Milavetz and Isadore Zien both of this city were married yesterday at the old Masonic temple at six o'clock. Miss Annie Sheox was maid of honor and Miss Ida Melvitz bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Dave Weinberg, best man and J. Sher. The bride wore a gown of white net over white silk and carried a bridal bouquet of roses and the bridesmaids carried American beauties. After the ceremony a supper was served and covers were laid for about 200 guests. The table was prettily decorated with ferns. During the evening LaBrosse played a program of dance music. - dnt
1906-11-30_7 Mrs. Mondschine Circle 4 card party - - 1906-11-30 Circle No. 4 Meets. Temple Emanuel Aid society will give a card party at the home of Mrs. Mondschine, of 126 Sixth avenue west this evening. - dnt
1906-12-01_5 multiple articles in the Duluth News Tribune - - 1906-12-1 People You Know. Mr. and Mrs. Al Abraham of 1426 East First street have as their guest Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schloss. - dnt
1906-12-01_5 multiple articles in the Duluth News Tribune - - 1906-12-1 Miss Claire Abraham of 1426 East First sreet had as her guest for Thanksgiving Miss Georgiina Robinson of Minneapolis. Mr. Rudolph Abraham also was home from the state university for the holiday. - dnt
1906-12-01_5 multiple articles in the Duluth News Tribune - - 1906-12-1 Circle No. 4 Temple Emanuel aid society gave a card party at the home of Mrs. Mondschine, 126 Sixth avenue west last evening, and a very good time was enjoyed. - dnt
1922-03-17_16 Philip Lapinsky - - 1922-3-17 American Jewish World col. 2Phillip Lapinsky - ajw
1913-09-26_ Joseph Lapinsky 1 month old son died - - 1913-9-26 Lapinsky Infant. Joseph Lapinsky 1-month old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lapinsky, 2006 Central Avenue, South Superior, died yesterday afternoon at the family home. The funeral will take place at 9 o'clock this morning from the home with interment at Calvary cemetery. - dnt
1916-11-12_7 Lapinsky photo war description - - 1916-11-12 Refugee In Duluth Tells Of War Nursery. Father Sees Son for First Time When Wife and Boy Arrive Here. Gibel Lapinska. Vilna. Photo of Mrs. Lapinsky and 2 year old son Lyle.. Portion of Passport Shown. Recounting Poland's misery. Mrs. Gittel Lapinsky is 23 years old and fled Wilna, Russia. Husband Phillip Lapinsky lives in St. Paul. N. A. Friedman, 220 West Fourth street, home of reunion. - dnt
1918-11-27_10 Victor Lapinsky - - 1918-11-27 Victor Lapinsky New York Casualty - dnt
1919-04-09_7 Karon and Lapinsky - - 1919-4-9 Mr. and Mrs. F. Karon and Miss Fanny Karon of East Second Street are in Chicago to attend the wedding of their son and brother, A. I. Karon, to Miss Esther Lapinsky, which took place last night - dnt
1919-07-24 A. L. Karon Edward and Shirley Lapinsky-Chcago - - 1919-7-24 Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Karon, East Six street, have as their guests Mrs. H. Lapinsky, Mrs. Edward Lapinsky, and Miss Sherley ? Shirley Lapinsky of Chicago. - dnt
1928-04-29_17 Paulline Lapinsky - Morning_Star - - 1928-4-29 Morning Star. Pauline Lapinsky, testimonial for remedy.
1932-06-23_7 Lillian Lapinsky - Redwood_gazette - - 1932-06-23 The Redwood Gazette. Col. 3 Lilian Lapinsky of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Zehetner and son, Howard, Donald Zehetner and Dr. and Mrs. W. A. yaeger and daughter, Joan, of Ivahoe were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vera Pryer.
1888-11-29_2 Rose Lapinsky John Lapinsky - Sun - - 1888-11-29 Col. 4 The Sun. Rose Lapinsky aged thirteen years, daughter of John Lapinsky of Lake City, Minn., was committed to the reform school by Justice McBride for breaking into the residence of Mrs. Albert Glines while the latter was away on a visit, taking various articles of value. some of the stolen property was found in the girl;s possession. She pleaded guilty.
1907-05-29_11 Charlotte Mondschine notary - - 1907-5-29 col. 7 Charlotte Mondschine stenographer. - dnt
1907-09-26_9 Multiple articles in the Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-9-26 Mondschine-Magoffin. Charlotte Mondschine and Beriah Magoffin, Jr., were married yesterday afternoon at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Fann8e Mondschine of 126 Sixth avenue west. Rev. Kerby S. Miller read the service at 4 o'clock in the presence of a few relatives. Both parties are well known in this city. Miss Mondachine has been a stenographer for some time and has many friends in this city and groom is a well-known mining engineer. - dnt
1907-09-26_9 Multiple articles in the Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-9-26 Repeat of above announcement. - dnt
1907-09-26_9 Multiple articles in the Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-9-26 Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Polinsky gave a linen shower for Miss Eve Polinsky, who is to be married next month, at their home,105 Park terrace, Wednesday evening. Cards were played by 40 guests. - dnt
1907-09-26_9 Multiple articles in the Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-9-26 Phillip Abramson, formerly of Duluth, but now of Aberdeen Wash., will be married to Miss Sara Tobias of Denver, Colo. at the home of the bride's aunt in Portland, Ore. on Oct. 8. Mr. Abramson is well known in Duluth. - dnt
1908-04-10_12 Fannie Mondschine - - 1908-4-10 Fannie Mondschine. - dnt
1908-05-24 Rosalie Mondschine, Marion and Anna Levine photos - - 1908-5-24 Who Will Graduate In June From Duluth Central High School. Rosalie Mondschine Marion and Anna Levine, photos. - dnt
1908-06-06_ Rosalie L. Mondschine graduation - - 1908-6-6 Senior class Finishes And Faces The World. Eighty-Seven Young Men and Women Receive Diplomas From Superintendent Denfeld. Large Attendance Witnesses the Exercises at High School. simple Dignity the Keynote. Rosalie Mondschine. - dnt
1908-12-11_16 Fannie Mondschine condemed building bank property - - 1908-12-11 Fannie Mondschine. - dnt
1908-12-30_11 Fannie Mondschine - - 1908- 12-30 Fannie Mondschine. - dnt
1892-08-31_6 Sarah Tobias suicide - - St Paul Daily Globe - dnt
1905-03-26_23 Phillip Abramson ml - - St Paul Daily Globe - dnt
1907-09-29_4 multiple articles in the Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-9-29 col. 2Philip Abramson, formerly of Duluth, but now of Aberdeen, Wash., will be married to Miss Sara Tobias of Denver, Colorado, at the home of the bride aunt in Portland, Oregon on October 8th. Mr. Abramson is well known in Duluth. - dnt
1907-09-29_4 multiple articles in the Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-9-29 col. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Loeb, of 1123 East Superior street are entertaining Mrs. Loeb and Mr. Keller of Indiana. Mrs. Loeb is Mr. Loeb's mother and Mr. Keller is Mrs. Loeb's father. - dnt
1909-03-19_4 Isadore Mondschine First National Bank - - 1909-3-19 Postal Banks Are Put To The Wall. Debate Between Young Financiers Results in Victory for Their Opponents. Commercial Club. Isadore Mondschine of First National Bank. - dnt
1909-04-04_2 Mrs. F. Monschine and daughter Rosalie - - 1909-4-4 Mrs. F. Mondschine and daughter, Miss Rosalie Mondschine, who wintered in the south have returned to their home in Duluth. - dnt
1910-05-22_2 Rosalie Mondschine - - 1910-5-22 With The Travelers. Miss Rosalie Mondschine, 1128 East Third street, has left for an extended western tour. She will be absent about a month. - dnt
1910-05-27_ Fannie Mondschine daughter Beriah McGoffin - - 1910-5-27 Mrs. F. Mondschine is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Beriah McGoffin at Deerwood. - dnt
1911-03-22_10 I. Mondschine stenography class - - 1911-3-22 Teacher's Summer School. At the last city civil service examination, I. Mondschine, one of its students, headed the list in stenography. - dnt
1940-01-13_2 Mary Tobias photo obituary - - 1940-1-13 Pioneer Business Woman Dies. Mrs. mary Tobias, Denver hardware store proprietor for nearly half a century, who died Friday from the infirmities of old age. photo. Mrs. Mary Tobias, Former Hardware Merchant, Is Dead. Born in Austria-Hungary. immigrated to New York city in 1878. Married Joseph Tobias. Moved to Denver 55 years ago. Opened a hardware store. Sole owner and manager. Her husband died two years ago in California.Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Rose Liss, Mrs. Regina Weinstein, both of Denver, and Mrs. Sarah Abramson of Portland, Ore. Meyer mortuary. Mount Nebo cemetery. - Denver_Post_
1915-11-06_5 Mary Tobias and Joseph Tobias divorce - - 1915-11-6 Denver: Mrs. Mary Tobias, who was granted a decree from Joseph Tobias, said that after thirty-three years of married life, and the children had all grown up and married, her husband got too gay. - Denver_Rocky_Mountain_News_t
1894-09-16_10 Joseph Tobias and Mary Tobias acts of cruelty - - 1894-9-16 Denver: Human Catapult. Complaint of Joseph Tobias Against His Wife. The divorce case of Joseph Tobias against his wife, Mary Tobias is on trial before a jury in Division 1. of the District court. Mr. Toias brought suit last March for divorce on the grounds of extreme cruelty, in his complaint he charges his wife with having treated him in cruel and inhuman manner and specific occasions when she threw a butcher knife at him, throw a chair at him, threatened to shoot and kill him, pounded and beat him and he thinks that on one occasion she tried to poison him, as she had threatened to do. Jospeh tells a sad story in his complaint and wants the court to award him the care of his two children and enjoin his wife from interfering in his business, which is said to be a peculiar combination of saloon and hardware store. Mrs. Tobias was present in the court, with a small baby in her arms, which Joseph does not deny is his own, and it is said that since the complaint was filed last Mark, they have continued to reside together. - Denver_Rocky_Mountain_News_t
1894-03-07_5 Joseph Tobias divorce - - 1894-3-7 Vitriol And Vixen. Two Cases Which Make Meek Tobias Unhappy. After Camping out and Sleeping on His Own Cellar Door He Tires of Domestic Treats and Petitions Court for Release from the Galling Bonds-Shooting, Burning and Poisoning Threatened if He Ventured Into His Wife's Apartments-Other Interesting Developments in the Divorce Courts. Joseph Tobias has a pitiful tale to tell of Mary Tobias in his pica for divorce since yesterday. They were married in New York in 1979., and she has made life a burden for him ever since. Her temper has led to violent and ungovernable since honeymoon days, and she is the habit of indulging such little pleasantries as drawing the butcher knife upon him and breaking chairs over his head. For the past three years they have lived over their saloon and hardware store at 35 Golden Avenue. Colfax, and for as much as six months at a time she would not allow him to mount the stairs but forced him to "bach" down below. On February 25 she threatened to burn him with vitriol and shoot him, and she has since tried to poison him. Moreover, under the pretense of helping him, she hangs about the saloon and hardware store and by loud abusive language drives away customers, till she has reduced his income from $400 to $100 a month and has ruined his credit. He wants his children, two little girls, and he wants his wife enjoined from entering his premises anymore and absolute divorce. - Denver_Rocky_Mountain_News_t
1911-08-01 DNT - multiple articles - - 1911-8-1 People You Know. Misses Irene and Helen Wetzler, 1009 East Second street have as their guest Miss Rosile Mondschine of Helena, Ark. - dnt
1911-08-01 DNT - multiple articles - - 1911-8-1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Abraham and daughters, Ray and Victoria, are enjoying two weeks outing at Lake Minnetonka. - dnt
1911-08-01 DNT - multiple articles - - 1911-8-1 Miss Anna J. Mark of Barrington apartments has returned from New York, where she passed three weeks as the guest of Mrs. Henry Rosenthal. - dnt
1914-07-28_5 Rosalie Mondschin Mrs. F. Mondschine - - 1914-7-28 Mrs. F. Mondschine and Miss Rosalie Mondschine, 228 Fourteenth avenue East, returned yesterday on the steamer Curtis from a trip to Buffalo. They were gone for two weeks. - dnt
1914-08-13_5 Mrs. B. Magoffin jr - - 1914-8-13 People You Know. Mrs. F. Mondschine, 228 Fourteenth avenue East is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. B. Magoffin Jr. of Deerwood Minn. - dnt
1914-11-08_ Department of Education Mrs. F. Mondschine - - 1914-11-8 Twentieth Century Club, Department of Education Evolution of Household Furniture. Mrs. F. Mondschine. - dnt
1914-11-20 Rosalie Mondschine - - 1914-11-20 People ou Know Miss Rosalie Mondschine, 228 Fourteenth avenue East, will leave tonight to visit at Greenville, Miss. - dnt
1919-07-15 I. D. Mondschine - - 1919-7-15 Great Lakes Club Formed. Peyton Paper Company to have Social Organization. I. d. Mondschine. Dinner given at Kitchi Gammi club in honor of last of the Peyton paper men to return from service. - dnt
1919-09-27_7 Mrs. F. Mondschine - - 1919-9-27 Entertained At Musicale. Many Older Folks Are Attending Classes Now. Mrs. F. Mondschine, Mrs. M. Cook, Miss Sadie Gingold, Miss Zaidee Gittleson, Mrs. L. S. Loeb. - dnt
1922-05-14_ Isadore Mondschine - - 1922-5-14 Realities Of Realtors Sammy Sees And Says. L. S. Loeb, Isadore Mondschine. - dnt
1922-06-18_2 Fannie Monschine to construct dwelling - - 1922-6-18 Fannie Mondschine to construct dwelling. - dnt
1915-06-11 Jack D. Mondschine in McGregor for business - - 1915-6-11 Jack Mondsachine was in McGregor Tuesday on business. - dnt
1916-01-15_7 Mrs. Cook 80 attend Japanese tea - - 1916-1-15 Miss Esther Abramson, Miss Zaidee, Gitelson, Miss Rosalie Mondschine, Miss Silberstein, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. B. Silberstein, Mrs. M. Lefkovits, Mrs. William Gomberg, Mrs. S. Levy, Mrs. A. H. Breocklhurst, Mrs. L. K. Daughterty, Mr. A. A. Fldor [?], Mrs. W. H. Schilling, Mrs. O. A. Oredson, Mrs. D. G. Loewus, Mrs. Sterling, Howe, Mrs. L. Traubman, Mrs. A. Gingold, Mrs. H. Y. Joseph, Mrs. I. Zimmerman, Mrs. J. C. H. Engel, Mrs. E. W. Kaltenbach, Mrs. H. N. MacHarg, Mrs. Schrader, Mrs. S. Bailer, Mrs. H. Abrahamson, Mrs. W. M. Abrahamson, Mrs. L. Hirsch, Mrs. L. Wetzler, Mrs. M. Wetzler, Mrs. L. Hammel, Mrs. M. P. Shapiro, Mrs. E. M. Kunody, Mrs. William Gomberg, Mrs. S. Goldberg, Mrs. W. Boland, Mrs. G. Levine, Mrs. N. E. Lugoff, Mrs. B. Cook, Mrs. J. Cook, Mrs. Stella Prince Stocker, Mrs. A. W. Worley, Mrs. E. P. Kreimer, Mrs. R. Spiegel, Mrs. L.R.Bondy, Mrs. F. Mondschine, Mrs. R. Abell, Mrs. A. W. Yignell, Mrs. M. Albenberg, Mrs. M. S. Hirschfield, Mrs. D. Freimuth, Mrs. M. Goldberg, Mrs. S. R. Levine, Mrs. C. Oreckovsky, Mrs. E. Kreager, Mrs. H. Harter, Mrs. Neil B. Morrison, Mrs. W. Watson, Mrs. John Norton, Mrs. J. E. Samuelson, Mrs. D. Clow, Mrs. J. Cohen, Mrs. E. Lynch, Mrs. G. A. Klein, Mrs. B. Blumenthal, Mrs.L. Idzal, Mrs. M. Rosenfeld, Miss Clara Stocker, Miss Ellen Foley, Miss Strassburger, Miss Jessie Gittelson. - dnt
1917-04-13_7 Jack D. Mondschine Red Cross - - 1917-4-13 Red Cross Recruits. Additional Members Listed at headquarters/ Records Up to Date. Jack Mondschine, C. Oreckovsky, Miss Jennie Simonson, L. A. Simonson, L. H. Simonson, Miss Mabel R. Simonson. Frank R. Zimmerman, Mrs. Frank R. Zimmerman. Albert Mark, Mr. J. Simon, C. Sloan, Joseph Solem, Lena Sosnosky. - dnt
1919-03-14_13 col 3 Minnie Zneimer Temple Aaron - AJW - - 1919-3-14 American Jewish World col. 3 Children participated in a Purim program at Temple of Aaron. Minnie Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1919-03-28_14 col 1 Sam Zneimer Temple Aaron - AJW - - 1919-3-28 American Jewish World col. 1 Temple of Aaron members dance, on committee Sam Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1919-06-13_15 col 1 Minnie Zneimer Temple Aaron - AJW - - 1919-6-13 American Jewish World col. 1 Temple Aaron Notes. Closing exercises of Sunday School, children received certificates. Minnie Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1919-11-21_12 Sam Zneimer Bar Mitzvah Temple Aaron - AJW - - 1919-11-21 American Jewish World col. 2 Bar Mitzvah. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zneimer, 759 Selby avenue, announced the Bar Mitzvah of their son Sidney, to take place on Saturday, November 22, at 9 a.m. at the Temple Aaron. - American Jewish World
1920-05-21_11 col. 2 Sidney Zneimer Confirmation - AJW - - 1920-5-21 American Jewish World col. 2 Temple Aaron Notes. Confirmed on Shevuoth. Sidney Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1920-06-18_12 col. 3 Minnie Zneimer Temple Aaron Confirmation - AJW - - 1920-6-18 American Jewish World col. 3 Annual Temple Aaron picnic at Wildwood. Honor for attendance, Minnie Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1921-10-14_12 col. 2 Samuel Zneimer Officers Eelcted - AJW - - 1821-10-14 American Jewish World col. 2 New Officers Elected Samuel Zneimer.Temple Aaron. - American Jewish World
1922-01-13_12 col. 2 Sidney Zneimer Temple Aaron Friday night services - AJW - - 1922-1-13 American Jewish World col. 2 Temple Aaron, Ashland Ave. and Grotto Street, Philip Kleinman, Rabbi. Sidney Zneimer will read the Hebrew Ritual. - American Jewish World
1922-03-31_12 col 2 Sidney Zneimer elected officers - AJW - - 1922-3-31 American Jewish World col. 2 Temple Aaron, Ashland and Grotto Phillip Kleinman, Rabbi. Alumni Elects Officers. President, Sidney Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1922-09-22_52 col. 3 Samuel Zneimer School administration - AJW - - 1922-9-22 American Jewish World col 3. History of Hebrew School six years ago to teach Hebrew. Revived to inscribe on its banner "To produce intelligent Jews." Hebrew Language, Bible, History, Current Problems and Events. Junior Synagogue, Celebration of Festivals. Board member Arnold Karon, Samuel Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1922-09-29_18 col. 1 S. Zneimer elected officers Temple Aaron - AJW - - 1922-9-29 American Jewish World. col 1 Temple Aaron. A. S. Karon and S. Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1922-10-27_16 col. 2 Sidney Zneider Temple Aaron elected officers - AJW - - 1922-10-27 American Jewish World. col. 2 Temple Aaron Alumni Association Elects Officers. President Sidney Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1922-11-10_16 col. 2 Sidney Zneimer education classes - AJW - - 1922-11-10 American Jewish World col. 2 Temple Aaron Alumni Meeting Sidney Zneimer. - American Jewish World
1922-12-15_16 Minnie Zneimer Honor Roll - AJW - - 1922-12-15 American Jewish World col. 2 Temple Aaron, Honor Roll Minnie Zneimer - American Jewish World
1964-07-17_16 Herbert Thorpe obit - - 1964-7-17 Newark Star Ledger. Obituary. Herbert Thorpe dies, Episcopal rites today. Wife Zelma Zneimer Thorpe, son, Robert L. Thorpe, daughter Mrs. James P. Briggs Jr., brother Jason Thorpe five grandchildren.
1977-02-18_58 Zelma Zneimer Thorpe obit - - 1977-2-18 Newark Star Ledger. Zelma Zneimer Thorpe. Obituary. Daughter Mrs. James P. Briggs Jr. Son James P. Briggs Jr. Robert L. Thorpe, sister Mrs. Bere Yates, Mrs. Clifford Beebe, Edward A. and Joseph W. Zneimer, five grandchildren.
1977-04-19_36 Edward Zneimer death notiece - - 1977-4-19 Newark Star Ledger. Obituary. Edward Anthony Zneimer.
1908-11-17_7 Benjamin Zneimer lads visit Roosevelt - - 1908-11-17 Star and Newark. Eighty=Three Newark Lads To Help Carry Message To Pres. Roosevelt. Local Y.M.C.A. Boys Will Take Part in Great Relay Run. List of Runners Who Will Represent Newark Branch Announced Today. Newark boys who will participate in the relay race. Benjamin Zeimer.
1908-12-14_2 Nicolas Zneimer Mary Zneimer Buton Works - - 1908-12-14 NJ/Trenton Evening Times. Nicolas Zneimer Button Works, Newark: capital, $50,000. Incorporators: Nicolas Zneimer, Mary Zneimer, and Abbie Welkel. The company is manufacture buttons, etc.
1978-02-12_36 Mrs. Berta Zneimer Yates born in Argentina - - 1978-2-12 Trenton Evening Times. Berte Zneimer Yates. Obituary. Kingston. 80 years old. Born in Argentina. Mrs. Yates lived in Madison before moving to Kingston. Wife of late Edwin T. Yates. Son Dr. Edwin T. Yates Jr. Daughter Mrs. Marie Butterfield, Mrs. Marjorie Francis, brother Rev. Joseph Zneimer, sister Mrs. Alice Beebe. Five grandchildren.
1916-01-02_3 Lena Rigler Wormen's Circle - dnt - - 1916-1-2 Workmen's Circle In Costume Gives Dance. Duluth Progressive Workmen Circle, branch No. 353 Fourth avenue West and First Street. Louis Love, Ben Litman Max Meyers, Max Conoral, Sam Stein, Lena Levin, Rose Garvish, Lena Rigler, Sam Segal, Joe Commesky. - dnt
1936-02-09_82 Mrs. Albert R. Marans - - 1936-2-9 Detroit Sunday Times. Aid Needy Infants. Photo. Mrs. Albert R. Marans - Detroit Times
1937-12-10_26 Mrs. A. Marans - - 1937-12-10 Detroit Evening Times. 3rd col. Matmen to Perform For Babies' Milk Fund. Mrs. A. Marans. - Detroit Times
1939-02-21_8 Eleanor Pecha wedding attending Siegel and Marans - - 1939-2-21 The Saginaw News. Eleanor Pecha Becomes Bride. Out of Town guests: Mr. and Mrs. Al Siegel and Mr. and Mrs. Al Marans of Detroit. - Saginaw News
1956-01-25_16 Judy Bloomfield and Robert Marans marriage - - 1956-1-25 Detroit Times Judith Ann Bloomfield. Wed Congregation Shaarey Zedek to Robert Warren Marans. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marans. Victor Bloomfields parents of br - Detroit Times
1939-01-15_71 Mrs. Albert Marans Infant Service - - 1939-1-15 Detroit Times. 7th col. Mrs. A. Marans. - Detroit Times
1922-12-23_5 Eveleth. Ann Siegel - - 1922-12-23 Eveleth, Ann Siegel. - dnt
1995-09-23_67 Robert Marans - - 1995 -9-23 Detroit News. Detroit News Robert Marans - Detroit News - p2
1995-09-23_66 page 2 - - 1995 -9-23 Detroit News. Detroit News Robert Marans - Detroit News - p3
1996-01-21_1 First page of article Churches - - 1996-1-21 Detroit News Suburbanities crusade to block mega-churches. Two pages Robert Maran - Detroit News - p1
1996-01-21_6 Robert Marans pg. 2 - - 1996-1-21 Detroit News Suburbanities crusade to block mega-churches. Two pages Robert Maran -D etroit News - p2
1975-02-23_41 Robert Marans - - 1975-2-23 Flint Journal. Robert Maran symposium, urban life. - Flint Journal
1978-07-06_28 Robert Marans - - 1978-7-6 Population boom. Robert Maran - Flint Journal
1909-03-23_ Edward Kaner Milavitz-Kaner wedding at Virginia, Minn - - 1909-3-23 Will Attend Wedding. Several Duluth people will attend the Kaner-Meliotz (Milavetz) wedding at Eveleth, as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Kaner, parents of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Kaner and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vides (Widdes) and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Goldfine (Goldfine), Rabbi Tepletz and Mrs. Tepletz, G. (Getzel) Kanner (Kenner), Mrs. A. Cohen (Lena Freda Baykovitz Coran-husband Abraham/Abbe Akir Coran) Miss Mayme Cohen (Mamie Coran Hoffman-my grandmother), Miss Rae Kaner, Miss Sadie Cohen (Sadie Coran Wine-my great aunt), Benjamin Walt, Mrs. Irene Simons, J. Sher, G. Simons, Miss Rae Yussen. - dnt
1909-03-23_4 Kaner Meliotz wedding at Eveleth - - 1909-2-23 Others who were going to the wedding of Milavitz-Kaner wedding in Virginia, Minn. were Misses Lillie and Sarah Pomush, 411 Baxter avenue and Edward Kaner. 510 Banks avenue. - dnt
1929-07-20_27 Oakland. Sol Walt fire mother rose Walt - - 1929-7-20 San Francisco Chronical col.1. Fearing Fire, Grass fire. Man Slashes His Throat. Sol Walt, 35, 1445 Oak street. Oakland, CA mother Mrs. Rose Walt. Max Levy manager of apartment. wound superficial. - San_Francisco_Chronicle
1909-03-23_ Edward Kaner Milavitz-Kaner wedding at Virginia, MN - - 1909-3-23 Misses Lillie and Sarah Pomush, Milavitz-Kaner wedding. Edward Kaner-Milavitz-Kaner wedding. - dnt
1908-3-20 ag Bessie Walt bd party - - 1908-3-20 - full page - A birthday party was given last Monday night in honor of Miss. Bessie Walt, of 325 East Superior street. Those present were: Mrs. Israel Kaner, Mrs. George Wolk, Mrs. Frank Sher, Mrs. Samuel Walt, Mrs. Solem Walt, Mrs. Ben Walt, Mrs. Gus Simon, Mrs. Sam Goldish, Miss. Sarah Zalk, Miss. Eva Finkelstein, Miss. Nellie Freedman, Miss. Jennie Daneiko, Miss. Rose Remner, Miss. Irene Simon, Miss. Esther Simon, Miss. Fannie Shapira, Miss. Rose Stone, Mr. Mike Gordon, Mr. Abe Gordon, Mr. John Cohn, Mr. Barney Cohn.
1908-3-20 ag Bessie Walt bd party (1) cropped - - 1908-3-20 - cropped to article - A birthday party was given last Monday night in honor of Miss. Bessie Walt, of 325 East Superior street. Those present were: Mrs. Israel Kaner, Mrs. George Wolk, Mrs. Frank Sher, Mrs. Samuel Walt, Mrs. Solem Walt, Mrs. Ben Walt, Mrs. Gus Simon, Mrs. Sam Goldish, Miss. Sarah Zalk, Miss. Eva Finkelstein, Miss. Nellie Freedman, Miss. Jennie Daneiko, Miss. Rose Remner, Miss. Irene Simon, Miss. Esther Simon, Miss. Fannie Shapira, Miss. Rose Stone, Mr. Mike Gordon, Mr. Abe Gordon, Mr. John Cohn, Mr. Barney Cohn.
1903-07-01_10 M. J. Cook - - 1903-7-1 Burglars Raid M. S. Cook's Home. $70, a Valuable Gold Watch and Chain Are Missing. 314 East Second Street. M. J. Cook. - dnt
1904-02-13_7 Moses Cook Saloon - - 1904-2-13 Labor World. Moses Cook saloon - Labor World
1912-03-16_7 Kitchen Cabinet - - 1912-3-16 Labor World. Kitchen cabinet - Labor World
1912-03-16_7 Whalan Cook's bar tender - - 1912-3-16 Labor World.
1961-04-10_39 Joan Walt 8 years old art contest - - 1961-4-10 San Francisco Chronical. Honorable Mentions Joan Walt, 8 Alamo. - San Francisco Chronicle
1988-02-01_28 Malcolm Walt memorial service - - 1988-2-1 Malcolm F. Walt, memorial. Walnut Creek, Unitarian Church. died at home in Danville on January 22, 1988. wife Jeanne, owned and operated Clothes Horse women's apparel in Walnut Crrek. Lifetime interest in music, played violin, Mount Diablo Symphony Orchestra, member of orchestra's board of directors. Memorial contributions Joan and Katie Walt Memorial Heart Research Fund. - San Francisco Chronicle
1968-04-29_22 Joan Walt attend wedding in Stanford - - 1968-4-29 San Francisco Chronical. Joan Walt attends Jane Taylor's wedding in Stanford. - San Francisco Chronicle
1906-04-06_6 Rose Karon Sam Shapiro marriage - - 1906-4-6 Ely miner: Sam Shapiro, formerly of Tower, but now of Eveleth was married in St. Paul this week to Miss Rose Karon. - Ely Miner
1922-12-23_5 Eveleth. Ann Siegel 2 - - 1922-12-23 Eveleth. Students To Give Play. Talmud Torah of the Jewish congregation, Chanukah. Rabbi E. F. Freier. Bernice Weiner, Ann Siegel, Rosalyn Ellis, Meyer Perlman, Ruth Feidman, Simon Sax, Gertrude Siegel, Jake Weinberg. - dnt
1913-01-05_S. Y. Josephs and L. M. Shapiro dry goods store, - - 1913-1-5 S Y Josephs and L M Shapiro will build new business block for Superior - Boston Block - dnt
1922-09-10_7 Miss Florence Shirley Shapiro daughter of Mrs. Max Shapiro , teacher, photo - - 1922-9-10 Florence Shirley Shapiro, daughter of Mrs. Max Shapiro, East second street, Platte S. D., English department high school, photo. attended Milwaukee Downer College and gradutae of University of Minnesota. - dnt
1921-02-04_13 page 1 for B. Serrrant Duluth High School play - AJW - - 1921-2-4 American Jewish World. Gordon vs Gordon, Zionist Farce, Presented in Duluth High School Auditorium. Benefit Talmud Torah. Morris Kohn 15 year old violists, Louis Gomberg 14 years old. Junior Judeans. Rudolph Segal, Marie Cohen, Nathan Cohen, Emil Wiener, Cecil Gotkin David Sherman, Lillian Harris, Eve Lent, Bessie Litman, Ben Serrant, Sam Braverman, Ben Cohen, Helen Cook, Anna Davis, Sam J. Segal, Rabbi Lebendiger, B. H. Arnold, Jewish Community of Duluth. - American Jewish World
1921-02-04_14 B. Serrant - AJW - - 1921-2-4 American Jewish World. Gordon vs Gordon, Zionist Farce, Presented in Duluth High School Auditorium. Benefit Talmud Torah. Morris Kohn 15 year old violists, Louis Gomberg 14 years old. Junior Judeans. Rudolph Segal, Marie Cohen, Nathan Cohen, Emil Wiener, Cecil Gotkin David Sherman, Lillian Harris, Eve Lent, Bessie Litman, Ben Serrant, Sam Braverman, Ben Cohen, Helen Cook, Anna Davis, Sam J. Segal, Rabbi Lebendiger, B. H. Arnold, Jewish Community of Duluth. - American Jewish World
1920-02-17_8 B. Serrant - - 1920-2-17 Y.M.C.A. gymnast, B. Serrant, R, Cook - dnt
1920-02-24_13 B. Serrant - - 1920-2-24 Y. M. C. A. R. Berman, B. Serrant, B. Levenson, Zimmerman, R. Segal. - dnt
1921-01-30_10 Ben Serrant - - 1921-1-30 Morris Kohn. photo. Gordon vs. Gordon play. Central High Schoo. Morris Kohn, violin, Louis Gomberg, piano. Rudolph Segal, Mary Cohen, Nathan Cohen, Emil J. Weiner, Eva Lent, Helen Cook, Lillian F. Harris, Bessie Litman, Anna Davis, Cecil Gotkin, Dave Sherman, Ben Cohen, Sam Braverman, Ben Serrant. - dnt
1921-07-20_2 Ben Serrant - - 1921-7-20 Bicycle Race On Tap For Tonight. A Class Athletic Events. Dash: Nathan Cohen, Ben Serrant - dnt
1921-08-30_6 Benjamin Serrant - - 1921-8-30 Harrison Athletes Cop Honors in City Playgrounds Taurney Washington, Chester Track Teams Are Runners-Up. Nathan Cohen, Benjamin Serrant, Girls Class: Eva Lent, Rose Rabinovitz. - dnt
1921-11-05_3 Bennie Serrant - - 1921-11-5 Duluth Boys' Y.M.C.A. Gains 85 Members. Bennie Serrant. - dnt
1922-09-09_2 Hershel Serrant - - 1922-9-9 Home From State Fair. Herrshel Serrant, Ben Golden, Ernest Salter, H. Miller, motor trip to Minneapolis and St. Paul - dnt
1901-06-15_ 5 Simon Sher 405 St. Croix son born - - 1901-6-16 col. 1, Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Simon Sher. 405 St. Croix avenue. - dnt
1903-12-27_7 Duluth News Tribune - multiple articles - - 1903-12-27 Simon B. Sher bankrupt. The Duluth Shoe company - dnt
1903-12-27_7 Duluth News Tribune - multiple articles - - 1903-12-27 The salesmen at the Eagle Clothing company received checks from Mr. Cook in the amount of $125 as a Christmas gift. This is an annual affair at the Eagle and to sort of get even the clerks presented Mr. Cook with a beautiful office rocker. - dnt
1903-12-27_7 Duluth News Tribune - multiple articles - - 1903-12-27 Miss Nellie Jacobs, a school teacher at LaCrosse, Wis. is spending her vacation with Mrs. Ida Cook. - dnt
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News Tribune - multiple articles - - 1907-11-24 Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Shapiro, wedding of daughter Miss Claa Shapiro nd Dr. Maurice Lefkovits, Rabbi Lowenthal. - dnt
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News Tribune - multiple articles - - 1907-11-24 Mrs. L. S. Loeb hostess to three parties. - dnt
1899-11-26 Mr. and Mrs. M. Kastriner of West Duluth crystal wedding Sattler guest - - 1899-11-26 Mr. and Mrs. M. Kastriner of West Duluth celebrated their crystal wedding giving a party at the St. Louis hotel. 15th year of married life. Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Neuman-Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. S. Newman-St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Gatzert-Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. H. Abraham, Mr. and Mrs. S. Abraham, Miss Meinholdt, Mr. Meinholdt, Mr. Billstein, Mr. Zunder-West Superior, Miss Lowe-Chippewa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. B. Silberstein, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gidding, Mrs. A. Bondy, Miss Irene Silberstein, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Loeb, Mr. Sam Loeb, Mr. Lew Heller, Mr. and Mrs. B. Heller, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Oswald, Miss Fannie Haas, Mr. and Mrs. J. Winterfield, Mrs. G. L. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. E. Marcuse, Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mr. A. Freimuth, Mr. J. D. Sattler, Mr. J. B. Sattler, Mr. M. Sattler, Mr. I. Abrahamson, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Abrahamson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Abrahamson, Miss Lolie Abrahamson Mr. and Mrs. K. Stoner, Mr. L. Hammel, Mr. A. Hammel, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Klein, Miss Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. M. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. P. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. L. Levy, Miss Pauline Levy, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Zien, Mrs. Moonshine, Mr. Hugo Hirschman, Mr. and Mrs. Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roos, Miss Sallie Pulverman, Mr. and Mrs. Mamie Mark, Mr. Mose Mark, Mr. J. N. Dunn, Mr. Victor Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kastriner, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Newman. - dnt
1903-10-22 Mrs. Morris Daneiko robbed - - 1903-10-22 Woman Claims Boys Robbed Her. Mrs. Morris Daneiko Says Purse Containing $2.50 Was Snatched From Her. 308 West Second street. - dnt
1905-06-02_4 Julius Abrahamson legal - - 1905-6-2 Julius Abrahamson 112 West Superior street. - dnt
1905-06-02_4 M. Daneiko second hand store 626 W. Superior St - - 1905-6-2 M. Daneiko, second hand store 626 West Superior St. col. 1 - dnt
1906-12-21_14 M. Daneiko second hand store 626 West Superior st - - 1906-12-21 M. Daneiko, second hand store 626 West Superior St. - dnt
1909-06-21_ Hibbing Sara Daneiko farewell party Sara Haronimus - - 1909-6-21 Farewell Party. Miss Sara Haronimus, Miss Sara Daneiko. - dnt
1910-03-27_ Flora Daneiko Flora Haronimus Lillian Karon - - 1910-3-27 Miss Flora Haronimus, 713 Tower avenue and Miss Lillian Karon 508 John avenue. Miss Flora Daneiko of Hibbing, Minn. last col. - dnt
1910-06-12_6 Hibbing Commencement Daneiko - - 1910-6-12 Commencement Begins At Hibbing. Sermon to Graduates of the High School tonight. Thirtee to Complete Course Anna Rosenbloom, Sarah Daneiko, Herbert Rosenbloom. - dnt
1910-06-14_3 Hibbing hs graduating class play Rosenbloom Daneiko Heilstein - - 1910-6-14 Hibbing High School Class Play. Anna Rosenbloom, Sarah Daneiko, Sarah Helstein, Herbert Rosenbloom. - dnt
1910-10-25_3 Hibbing synagogue officers elected (2) - - 1910-1-25 Synagogue For Hibbing Jews. Building for the Faithful of Abraham Will Be Erected at Once. Congregation Names New Officers For Year. Will Secure Lease for Site and Build Thereon a $5,000 Structure. Max Rogalsky, E. S. Woolfan, Max Levinson, M. E. Osherman, Charles Hallock, L. K. Mikes, I. Rosenberg, M. Daneiko, and M. Garber - dnt
1903-07-01_10 M. J. Cook - - 1903-7-1 Burglars Raid M. S. Cook's Home $70, a Valuable Gold Watch and Chain Are Missing. 314 East Second street. M. M. Cook, brother. - Labor World
1904-02-13_7 Moses Cook Saloon - - 1904-2-13 Moses Cook saloon - Labor World
1912-03-16_7 Kitchen Cabinet - - 1912-3-16 Labor world: Kitchen cabinet - Labor World
1912-03-16_7 Whalan Cook's bar tender - - 1912-3-16 Labor world: Whalen, bartender for Cook's saloon. - Labor World
1942-05-21 Daneiko typewriting service - - 1942-5-21 Ely: Proceedings Of The School Board District No. 12 Daneiko Typewriter Service - dnt
1911-08-31_15 Morris Daneiko bankrupt (1) - - 1911-11-31 Morris Daneiko of Hibbing bankrupt. - dnt
1913-11-02 Dena Daneiko Halloween party - - 1913-11-2 Dena Daneiko, Halloween party. 314 Fourth avenue East, Eva Cohen, Lena Riglers, Selma Shore, Anna Zarnow-Minneapolis, ?lly Shenowsky, Esther Ridnisky, Viola Cohen, Sadie Levine, Viola Levine, Mattle Cohen, Eva Cohen. - dnt
1914-10-09_5 Morris Daneiko shot - - 1914-10-9 Probe Upsets Gunman's Tale. Police Learn Veris Recently Bought Revolver With Which Daneiko Was Shot. Loan Office Owners. Identify Him In Cell. Near-Victim of Bullet Recovering at Hospital-Detective Terry;s "Hunch" Is Good. Morris Daneiko, West Michigan street merchant. - dnt
1914-12-06_7 Morris Daneiko - - 1914-12-6 'Innocent,' Plea Of 2, Sentenced. Benjamin Terry to Reformatory for Theft. Veras to "Pen" for Shooting a Man. Terry's Dramatic Plea. Claim of Child's Death Shattered-Veras Denies Intent to Shoot Merchant. Morris Daneiko. - dnt
1915-01-19_5 Dr. Maurice Lefkovits pg. 1 - - 1915-1-19 Dr. Maurice Lefkovitz postponed West Duluth Study club, last col. - dnt
1960-11-17_39 Katie Walt 5 art contest - - 1960-11-17 San Francisco Chronicle: Katie Walt, 5 200 So. avenue, Alao, Calif. Honorable Mention Award Winners.
1961-04-10_39 Joan Walt 8 years old art contest - - 1961-4-10 San Francisco Chronicle: Joan Walt, 8, Alamo Honorable Mentions.
1968-04-29_22 Joan Walt attend weddin in Sanford - - 1968-4-29 San Francisco Chronicle: Joan Walt attendant to Jane Deborah Taylor wedding.
1983-04-03_23 Joan Walt obituary - - 1983-4-3 San Francisco Chronicle: Joan Walt obituary, acute heart virus. Daughter of Malcolm and Jeanne Walt of Alamo. 30 years old
1988-01-31_27 Malcolm F. Walt obituary - - 1988-1-31 San Francisco Chronicle: Malcolm F. Wal. t1-22-1988 brother of Franklin and Robert Walt, wife Jeanne Walt.
1988-02-01_28 Malcolm Walt memorial service - - 1988-2-1 San Francisco Chronicle: Malcolm F. Walt, memorial service Walnut Creek Unitarian Church, 71, Danville. Clothes Horse women's apparel stores in Walnut Creek. music, violin, Mount Diablo Symphony Orchestra, board of directors, Katie Walt Memorila Heart Research Fund.
1900-07-08_11 Effie Meinhold & Mr. L. S. Neuman engaged. cropped - - 1900-7-6 The engagement of Miss Effie Meinhold of West Superior to Mr. L. S. Neuman of West Duluth has been announced. Mr. Neuman is a member of the well known mercantile firm of Neuman & Kastriner of West Duluth, and has large number of friends in all sections of the city. - dnt
1894-11-25_3 Mr. and Mrs. Kastriner celebrate 10th anniversary - - 1894-11-25 Mr. and Mrs. M. Kastriner celebrated the tenth anniversary of their marriage on Friday. A large number of friends gathered to congratulate them. - dnt
1894-12-27_ Annual Ball for Charity Jewish Women, dresses worn - - 1894-12-27 Dance For Charity. Annual Ball of Jewish Women at the Spalding Last Night. Spectacle Was Brilliant. The Attendance Good and the Gowns Were Handsome and Elaborate. (given in detail). National Council of Jewish Women. 50 couples. S. Loeb-master of ceremonies, I. Lammb, L. S. Loeb, C. P. Oswald, E. Silverstein, L. Neuman, S. Van Baalen, S. Abraham, Allenberg, W. Ballstein. - - - Mrs. Van Baalen, Mrs. B.H. Heller, Mrs. H. Abraham, Miss Haas, Mrs. B. Silberstein, Missrs. I. Lammb, and Mrs. L. Loeb. Some in the Costumes. Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mrs. Joseph Sattler, Mrs. M. Levi, Miss Mamie Schwartz, Miss Mabel Peck, Mrs. McGindley, Mrs. Kastriner, Mrs. J. D. Zein. Mrs. Loeb, Mrs. Jacob Sattler, Mrs. Isaac Bondy, Mrs. J. Levine, Mrs. A. Levine, Mrs. B. Heller, Mrs. BE. Silberstein, Mrs. Gross, Mrs. Dr. Phalen, Mrs. Joseph, Mrs. Lammb, Mrs. H. Abraham, Miss Van Baalen, Miss Norris, Miss Minehalt, Miss Neuman, Mrs. Winterfield, Miss Fanny Haas, Mrs. Klein, Mrs. W. Abrahamson, Miss Humeserman, Miss Nichols, Mrs. Edelman, Miss, Oliven. Charles Peck, William Gomberg, N. Marcus, E. N. Gordeau, J. K. Persons, G. Levine, Il. L. Lammb, F. J. Voss, M. S. Levine, M. Levy, E. W. A. Peake, I. Freimuth, Harry Armstrong, S. Abraham, A. Joseph, J. H. Williams, J. B. Sattler, H. Cohen, L. Levine, F. N. Phelan, H. Abraham, L. S. Loeb, B. Silberstein, J. M. Martin, W. M. Abrahamson, M. I. Edelman, Alfred Gillon, L. Hammell, David Williams, D. Van Baalen, S. Gross, G. A. Klein, M. Omeis, J. D. Zein, J. H. Winterfield, M. Clark, William Meis, M. Kastriner, P. H. Oswald, J. H. Triggs, A. McGindley, George Crosby, B. Summerfield, M. Cook. - - - Mesdames: Mrs. Bondy, Mrs. A. Levine. - - - Misses: Olund, Wickstrom, Humes, Meinhalt, Alice Fuller, Farrell, Abrahamson, Jester, Dunn, Pulvernan, Haas, Norris, Cheveret, Peck, Quellette. Grathwell, Hervey, Schwartz, Silberstein, Borton, Mark, Carter, Longtin, Neuman, Soratorer, Oliven, Nichols. - - - Mressrs: H. M. Campbell, E. F. Barker, F. J. Carr, J. Zweifel, E. J. Silberstein, William Abbott,L. I. Neuman, Louis Copf, J. Abrahamson, W. W. Huntley, Louis Oreckovskyvosky, E. F. Barker, Sam Loeb, A. Freilich, A. E. Ourat, E. Michaud, William Stockwell, John Dunn, Wm. Billstein, Louis Keller, S. Van Baalen, Eugene Silberstein, A. W. Holbrook, W. P. Berdue, C. E. Booth, M. Kelly, C. P. Oswald, M. Alenberg, William Van Baalen, D. Cohen, John Burrows, Charles Thornton, Edward Silberstein, T. D. Barker, Frank Horgan, J. K. Edelman, W. J. Ferguson, J. McAuliffe. - dnt
1895-03-24 Miss Carrie Van Baalen and Charles Freimuth - - 1895-3-24 Mr. and Mrs. Van Baalen, engagement of daughter Miss Carrie Van Baalen and Charles Freimuth. Mr. and Mrs. Van Baalen, Mrs. Freimuth, Mrs. J. D. Sattler, Miss Van Baalen, Mr. Freimuth, Klein, Loeb, Heller, Silberstein, Oswald, Armheim, Winterfield, Lamm, H. Abraham, A. Abraham, Moses, Haas, Silberstein, Neuman, Swartz, Meinhalt, and S. Loeb, J. Loeb, E. Sattler, A. Freimuth. - dnt
1895-03-24_ Antigo, Wis. visit Mrs. M. Kastriner six weeks - - 1895-3-24 Mrs. M. Kastrner returned from a six week's visit to Antigo, Wis. last Thursday. - dnt
1895-05-17_3 Leon Davis of New York, nephew of M. Kastriner - - 1895-5-17 Leon Davis of New York is visiting his uncle, M. Kastriner - dnt
1895-08-28_2 Charles Goodman of Aberdeen S. D. former partner m. Kastriner - - 1895-8-28 Charles Goodman of Aberdeen, S. D. is visiting his former partner M. Kastriner. - dnt
1890-07-22_ Kastriner - - 1890-7-2 Aberdeen: Disolved. Mr. Kastriner to Remove from the City-His Carer in th Hub. clothing firm Goodman & Kastriner. His family will remove to Groton. - Aberdeen_Daily_News
1891-07-07_ Kastriner & Newman fire loss West Duluth also Groton SD - - 1891-7-7 Aberdeen: Kastriner & Neuman fire loss at West Duluth Sunday morning was $10,000, well-covered by insurance. In addition, however, Mr. and Mrs. Kastriner lost all their household effects and the later left home barefoot as she had not time to fully dress, so rapid wa the progress of the flames. As we will remember by many citizens of Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. Kastriner were burned out in the Groton conflagration. - Aberdeen_Daily_News
1893-06-03_5 Martin Madson of Mpls position with Kastriner & Newman - - 1893-6-3 Martin Madson of Minneapolis has acepted a position with Kastriner & Newman. - dnt
1894-07-29_2 multiple articles from the Duluth News Tribune - - 1894-7-29 Mr. and Mrs. Van Baalen and Mr. and Mrs. Freimuth returned last week from a fishing trip at Caribon lake. - dnt
1894-07-29_2 multiple articles from the Duluth News Tribune - - 1894-7-29 A tea party was given Tuesday evening on the Howard for Mr. and Mrs. H. Silberstein and A. Levy, who is visiting them. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. Omeis, Miss Fannie Weiss, Miss Laura Forbes, the Misses Silberstein, and Eugene and Edward Silberstein. - dnt
1894-07-29_2 multiple articles from the Duluth News Tribune - - 1894-7-29 Mrs. H. M. Kaufman and daughter of Chicago ar the guests of Mrs. M. Kastriner. - dnt
1894-07-29_2 multiple articles from the Duluth News Tribune - - 1894-7-29 Miss Ella Marks returned Tuesday from an extended visit in the South. - dnt
1894-09-28_ New Ladies Society, Mrs. M. Kastriner Jewish women charity - - 1894-9-28 New Ladies Society. A council for the advancement of Jewish literature and charity has been formed by the Jewish women of Duluth and Superior. The officers are Mrs. D. Van Baalen, president; Mrs. B. Silberstein, vice president; Mrs. M. Kastriner, secretary; Mrs. I. Lamb, treasurer. These with Mrs. Abraham and Miss Fanny Haas comprise the executive committee. - dnt
1896-05-24_2 Mrs. R. Neuman-St. Paul aunt to Mrs. Kastriner - - 1896-5-24 Mrs. R. (Rose) Neuman, of St. Paul, is spending a couple of weeks with her neice Mrs. Kastriner. - dnt
1896-09-05_6 Kastriner & Neuman decorate show window, Uncle Sam & eagle - - 1896-9-5 West Duluth. Kastriner & Neuman are being complimented upon the enterprise shows by decorating their show window in their store. Uncle Sam in a chair, an eagle, McKinley and Bryan, gold and silver tinfoil. presidential candidates. - dnt
1897-11-05_3 Kastriner and Neuman ad for store 55th Ave. West - - 1897-11-5 Kastriner & Neuman ad. The Great Eastern. West Duluth. 210-212 Fifty-Fifth Avenue West. - dnt
1899-11-24_5 Mr. an Mrs. M. (Morris) Kastriner 15th anniversary party - - 1899-11-94 Their Crystal Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kastriner of West Duluth celebrated their crystal wedding last evening at the St. Louis hotel. About 100 of their friends were present, some of them from a distance. Music was furnished by Robinson's orchestra. The guests sat down to supper at 9:15 o'clock. An elegant menu had been prepared for the occasion. - - - Among the guests from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. M. Neuman of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. S. Neuman of St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Abraham and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Abraham. Mr. and Miss Meinhold and Mr. Billstein all of West Superior and Miss Lowe of Chippewa Falls. - - - After the supper dancing was indulged in til midnight. - dnt
1900-03-08_7 general housework and cook Kastriner - - 1900-3-8 Wanted-Good Girl For General housework, small family, no children, must be good cook. Apply M. Kastriner, Great Eastern Clothing House, West Duluth. - dnt
1900-06-01_7 40 East Main Street Kastriner home - - 1900-6-1 Girl Wanted For Cooking And general housework. Apply mornings. Mrs. M. Kastriner, 40 East Main street, corner Fifty-third avenue, West Duluth. - dnt
1900-07-08_11 Effie Meinhold of West Superior to Mr. L. S. Neuman engaged - - 1900-7-8 The engagement of Miss Effie Meinhold of West Superior to Mr. L. S. Neuman of West Duluth has been announced. Mr. Neuman is a member of the well known mercantile firm of Neuman & Kastriner of West Duluth, and has a large number of friends in all sections of the city. - dnt
1900-07-08_11 Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Fox - - 1900-7-8 Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Fox entertained a number of their friends on the Fourth with a picnic on Mr. and Mrs. Cook's lawn at No. 429 Fifth avenue west. The grounds were prettily decorated with flags and bunting, while a large awning was spread out to protect the party from the wet. The increase in the rain, however made the latter inadequate and the scene of the festivities was removed to the house of Mr. and Mrs. B. Fox in Munger terrace. About 50 guests were present, and the occasion was a delightful one. - dnt
1900-11-11 Mrs. Irvine Goodwin and daughter-Spokane, visiting Mr. Mrs. M. Kastriner - - 1900-11-11 Mrs. Irvine Goodwin and daughter, of Spokane, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Kastriner, have returned home. - dnt
1901-07-09_8 Rose Neuman of St. Paul visiting Kastriner - - 1901-7-9 Mr. and Mrs. M. Kastriner have as their guest, Miss Rose Neuman of St. Paul. - dnt
1901-09-14_6 Great Eastern clothing company, Neumann and Kastriner closing store - - 1901-9-14 The Great Eastern clothing store are inaugurating a closing out sale as business is such athat Mr. Neuman, the resident manager must go to West Duluth and the firm has decided to close the Eveleth store. Messrs. Kastriner & Neuman have made many friends since they opened up the Great Eastern here a year ago, and their many customers regret to see them leave the town. - dnt
1901-09-27_10 Eveleth branch store Kastrinercloses Neuman - - 1901-9-27 Only One Store Hereafter. Kastriner & Neuman have decided to discontinue their branch store at Eveleth after having been open for a year. The firm has no fault to find with Eveleth, but declares that it can do better by concentrating its efforts in one place. the stock will be sold at Eveleth, and Mrs. L. S. Neuman will then return to West Duluth to reside. The business here has been growing greatly the past year. - dnt
1901-11-05_4 John Peterson taken position with Kastrimer & Neuman - - 1901-11-5 John Peterson, who has been employed by Bergstrom Bros., for some time, has taken a position with Kastrimer & Neuman. - dnt
1901-11-05_4 M. J. Solberg Great Eastern Kastriner Neuman Eveleth store clsoing - - 1901-11-5 M. J. Solberg, of the Grat Eastern, will leave tomorrow for Eveleth, where he will remain at Kastriner & Neuman's store in that town. The West Duluth men are closing out their Eveleth business. - dnt
1902-03-27_3 L. S. Neumann, Eveleth store closing, moving family to Duluth - - 1902-3-27 The family of L. S. Neumann of the firm of Kastriner & Neumann, have arrived from Eveleth, but Mr. Neumann will not come down for about two weeks yet, being detained there in close up some of the affairs connected with the branch store formerly conducted at that place by the firm. - dnt
1902-04-21_2 Hibbing store closed., Kastriner and Neumann return to Duluth - - 1902-4-21 West Duluth In Brief. The business of kastriner & Neumann, at Hibbing, has been closed out, and Mr. Neumann returned yesterday to West Duluth for good. - dnt
1902-05-30_3 Kastriner & Neuman ad - - 1902-5-30 small ad. The Great Eastern. 210-212 Fifty-Fifth Ave. West. Kastriner & Neuman. - dnt
1909-12-07_9 Ad Great Eastern Kastriner and Neumann - - 1909-12-07 ad The Great Eastern West Duluth Kastriner & Neuman - dnt
1916-07-23 articles from the Duluth New Tribune - - 1916-7-23 Many Festivities of the Grocers convention Were Arranged For Them. Photo. Convention of the Minnesota Retail Grocers and General Merchants' Association Last Week. - dnt
1916-07-23 articles from the Duluth New Tribune - - 1916-7-23 Gave Luncheon for Washington Woman. Mrs. M. Kastriner, 319 North Avenue West, and Miss Neuman were hostesses at a small luncheon Thursday afternoon at the Glass Block tea rooms, in compliment to Mrs. T. L. Lamb of Washington, D. C. The appointments were in pink and white. Covers were laid for six. - dnt
1918-07-18_4 Kastriner obit - - 1918-7-18 M. Kastriner Dies; Pioneer. Aged West Duluth Merchant Succumbs After Short Illness. Morris Kastriner, age 61 years, pioneer resident of West Duluth, died yesterday morning at his home, 818 North Central avenue, after a few weeks' illness. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from the family residence, and interment will be in the Temple Emmanuel, Woodland cemetery. Rabbi Maurice Lefkovits will officiate. - - - Mr. Kastriner is survived by his widow and a sister, Mrs. R. Salinger of New York city. Mr. Kastriner was one of the best known and more widely respected residents of West Duluth, where he lived for the last 27 years. He was the senior member of the firm of Kastriner & Neumann, which has been in busiest at 210 North Central avenue ever since Mr. Kastriner's arrival in the city. Before coming to Duluth, he was in business for several years at Aberdeen, S. D. and originally came from New York. - - - Mr. Kastriner was an active member of the West Duluth Commercial club and was always much interested in the civic and municipal affairs of the city. He was affiliated with the Euclid lodge No. 198, A. F. & A. M. Duluth chapter No. 59, also with the Royal Neighbor fraternity, and Old Hickory camp No. 1444 Modern Woodmen of America. - dnt
1918-07-19_5 great Eastern clothing co. moving to Central - - 1918-7-19 The Great Eastern 100-212 Central; Avenue Kastriner & Neuman large ad. We Move August 15 to Central Avenue. - dnt
1918-07-19_5 S. Kistriner & Neuman, Clothing. - - 1918-7-19 S. Kistriner & Neuman, Clothing. Without exception one of the most complete clothing stores in the west is right down here in quiet little West Duluth and is in charge of Kastriner & Neuman at 219-221 Fifty-fifth avenue, West Duluth. Their stock comprises clothing hats, and caps, boots, shoes and complete outfits for lumbermen. They make a specialty pf pushing homemade in Duluth and have pushed right straight through here for the past eight years. These few businessmen we mention here are made of the stuff which will make West Duluth again bloom and blossom like the rose. - Labor World
1898-09-24_5 home made goods Kastriner & Neuman 8 years - - 1898-9-24 Labor World N. L. Summerfield, Clothing. One of the largest clothing stores in the city's that of N. L. Summerfield at the corner of Twentieth avenue west and Superior Street. Mr. S is making a special effort to supply every boy in school with a good suit of clothes before cold weather sets in and he invites parents to come and see his great stock of clothing and furnishing goods and test the price. His stock of men's clothing is also equally complete. Located here for eleven years and widely known. - Labor World
1907-04-06_8 union labor, 15 years Kastriner and Neuman - - 1907-4-6 Labo world. the Great Eastern Of West Duluth. Is it hats, caps, collars, handkerchiefs, ties, shirts, underwear, clothing or other articles of men's furnishings you want, and do you wish to get first class goods at moderate prices? Then go to the store of the Great Eastern of West Duluth, located at 310-212 North Central Avenue. Mr. Kastriner and Newman knows the markets from which they buy the trade to which they sell and are therefore a capable guide in the lines they handle. their knowledge has been broadened and intensified by experience, and their taste has been cultivated by study and reflective observation. It follows that they are not amateurs whose opinion as to what is correct in styles is a guess, but critical judges whose advice adds to the worth of what they sell, for it is sure to be in keeping with the proprieties. The members of the firm are: Morris Kastriner and Louis S. Newman. and they have been in business about 15 years, and the Labor World takes pleasure in placing the name of the Gret Eastern of West Duluth, in the honor roll of friends of union labor. - Labor World
1907-04-06_8 Freimuth First Class Goods - - 1907-4-6 Labor World. Freimuth First Class Goods. The need of dry goods, notions and ladies' furnishings is ever present in all walks of life, and the stores that bring them near to the people of any given section of a city or locality are positive benefactors. Of this character is the dry goods and notion store of A. Freimuth, 230 Central Avenue, in this city, which, besides being in a busy and well populated portion of Duluth, and therefore in a location where it is much needed, is well stocked with every variety of goods in its line, all of excellent quality, and ranging in price according to the taste an ability of the purchaser. The members and friend of organized labor can always depend on finding here what they need, an having it laid before them with a courtesy and straightforwardness truly gratifying. Mr. Freimuth is an old hand at his business and understands it thoroughly. Mr. Freimuth has been in business a good many years. - Labor World
1913-11-12_15 Van Baalen - Leah Alexander - - 1913-11-12 Wife Of Murdered Man Proves Loyal. Cannot realize her husband loved other women. Angry milliner slayer. Walks into office while in jealous fit of rage and shoots former sweetheart to death before witnesses. Photo of Miss Leah Alexander. (NOTE: There are stories that go on and on in different states about this. Leah Alexander is acquitted, she is robbed, she moves to Portland, Oregon, Van Baalan's widow can't collect the life insurance on her husband' death because the insurance company states that his death is caused by a hazardeous situation!) - South_Bend_Tribune
1954 Tifereth Israel Mens Club - - 1954 The Tifereth Israel Men's Club presents its 1954 Variety Series - ad
1947-09-12 Joan Wilk marries Selig Estroff - - 1947-09-12 Joan Wilk, daughter of Benjamin Wilk was united in marriage to Selig Herbert Estroff sone of Samue Estroff - Detroit Jewish Chronicle
1915-01-15 Joseph H. Garon and Soloski Golden Rule - - 1915-1-15 Virginia Enterprise. Announcement! I have purchased the interest of M. Soloski in the Golden Rule Store, dealers in Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Boots, and Shoes and will continue the business in the same manner as hertofore. Satisfaction Guaranteed. The Golden Rule Store, Jos. H. Garon, Prop. 321 Chestnut Street Virginia, Minnesota Virginia_enterprise
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1912-10-11_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11 - Virginia Enterprise - H. Perlman and Isidor Shanedling, Eveleth clothiers, called on local relatives Wednesday afternoon.
1912-10-11_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11 - Virginia Enterprise - John Shonsky, formerly "make-up" man on the Duluth News-Tribune, who has been visiting his cousin, James Lavick, leaves today in company with Mr. Lavick for a hunting trip at Lake Vermillion.
1912-10-11_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. J. Nathanson went to Superior Tuesday morning, responsive to news of the death at that point of Mrs. Sam Bloom the previous evening. Mr. Bloom will be remembered by many of the Virginia pioneers as a former businessman of this city.
1912-10-11_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11 - Virginia Enterprise - The Minnesota Dry Goods Company has disposed of its gents' furnishing stock to Garon & Soloski, of the Golden Rule store. The Minnesota store is now undergoing repairs and will be thoroughly remodeled. A two-story brick addition is being built in the rear and will be of much convenience to the proprietors. Messrs., Lippman and Lewis, who will handle a larger stock of goods than before. A new front will also be installed.
1912-10-11_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11 - Virginia Enterprise - Ralph Wilk has this week accepted a position with the Enterprise, in the capacity of reporter and local writer. Mr. Wilk was formerly employed on the Eveleth News in similar capacity and has also done much corresponding for the Duluth press.
1912-10-11_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. A. Kenner of Wyoming avenue leaves this week for Duluth where she will meet her mother, Mrs. S. Bresky, of Minneapolis, who will spend the winter in this city.
1912-10-18_8 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-18 - Virginia Enterprise - A. Kenner, a Wyoming avenue grocer, returned Wednesday evening from Aurora, where he visited relatives.
1912-10-18_8 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-18 - Virginia Enterprise - Ben Milavets, of Hickory Street, returned Tuesday evening from a visit at Nashwauk, where he has large real estate holdings. John Mesberg, the Chestnut Street furniture dealer, returned Wednesday evening from a business visit in Duluth.
1912-10-25_8 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-25 - Virginia Enterprise - : Mrs. A. Kenner of Wyoming avenue has returned with her children from a visit with her sister, Mrs. A. Abramson of Aurora.
1912-10-25_8 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-25 - Virginia Enterprise - Herman J. Nathanson and son, of Maple Street, returned Friday evening from a week's visit at Duluth and other cities.
1912-11-01_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-01 - Virginia Enterprise - 1912-11-1 Virginia Enterprise: Mr. and Mrs. David Shapiro, Cook Street, are rejoicing over the arrival of a boy at their home Tuesday. Mr. Shapiro, who is a former baseball player, filling the position of catcher on many range nines, believes his first born will also make a good receiver as to date he has been able to exhibit a lusty voice, which would indicate he will be able to holler at the umpire.
1912-11-01_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-01 - Virginia Enterprise - Herman Siegel, an Eveleth merchant, attended to business matters in this city yesterday afternoon.
1912-11-01_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-01 - Virginia Enterprise - Harry Shanedling, the local clothier and Drygoods man, is spending the week in the Twin Cities on Business.
1912-11-01_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-01 - Virginia Enterprise - Jacob Stein, a veteran Eveleth clothing man, attended to business matters in this city yesterday afternoon.
1912-11-01_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-01 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Ben Milavets, and Miss Beatrice Kanter, left yesterday noon for the Zenith City to attend the annual ball given at the Spalding Hotel by the Ladies' Aid Society of Emanuel Synagogue.
1912-11-01_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-01 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. A. Kenner, Wyoming avenue, and Miss Ethel Wilk, Beach Street, were among the Virginians visiting at Eveleth Monday afternoon. They formerly resided in the neighboring city.
1912-11-08_8 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-08 - Virginia Enterprise - B. Levin ad My Store
1912-11-08_8 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-08 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. John Mesberg, Chestnut Streeet, returned Monday evening from a weekend visit with friends and relatives in the Zenith City.
1912-11-08_8 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-08 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. M. Feldman was the guest of Virginia friends and relatives Saturday afternoon, returning to her home at Eveleth in the evening.
1912-11-08_8 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-08 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. S. Bresky, Minneapolis, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Kenner, Wyoming avenue, left Sunday afternoon for a visit at Aurora with relatives.
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1912-11-15_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-15 - Virginia Enterprise - Benjamin Kaner, an Eveleth resident, visited at the home of Mr. ad Mrs. Ben Milavetz Friday afternoon.
1912-11-15_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-15 - Virginia Enterprise - H. Press, Eveleth, who is employed by Shanedling Bros., spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. H. Shanedling.
1912-11-15_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-15 - Virginia Enterprise - S. Karon, Chisholm, who owns considerable property is this city, was a Virginia business visitor Tuesday afternoon.
1912-11-15_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-15 - Virginia Enterprise - Julius Shanedling has returned from a business trip at the head of the lakes.
1912-11-15_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-15 - Virginia Enterprise - A. Kenner, a Wyoming avenue grocer, was a business visitor at the head of the lakes the lakes the forepart of the week.
1912-11-29_13A. - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-29. - Virginia Enterprise - Ad A. Kenner Grocer, 105 Wyoming Ave. Specials For Saturday.
1912-11-29_13A. - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-29. - Virginia Enterprise - Mizpah Editor Returns To The Range. Herbert Rosenbloom, who received his printing education at Hibbing, was in the city Sunday on his way to the border, where he will visit at international Falls, and Mizpah, making arrangements to either dispose or lease his Mizpah Enterprise to others. He has accepted a position as business manager of the Chisholm Tribune-Hearld and will return to the range this week. He was at one time editor of the Gilbert Hearld and is very popular with the range fraternity. (Note: Mizpah is a town in Minnesota. Mizpah is also a Hebrew word meaning watchtower).
1912-12-06_13 2 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-06 - Virginia Enterprise - Ad Shanedling Clothing Co.
1912-12-06_13 2 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-06 - Virginia Enterprise - Ad A. Kenner Grocer
1912-12-06_13 2 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-06 - Virginia Enterprise - "Blue Law" will Reign In Virginia As Result of Meeting. Close watch on saloons, liquor and gambling laws.
1912-12-06_13 2 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-06 - Virginia Enterprise - Former Virginians Wed At Eveleth. Harry Ellis and Miss Sarah Krelitz, former Virginians, were married Sunday afternoon at Eveleth, where they are now resided. Many residents attended the nuptial ceremonies which were held at the Jewish synagogue, among them being Ben Lippman, Max Lewis, Louis Kahn, and Leo Troupe. Mr. Ellis during his stay in this city conducted the Lippman store, which formerly occupied the building now used by Garon & Soloski on Chestnut Street. Miss Krelitz was also a former resident of this city and is well known. The happy couple were the recipients of many gifts from Virginia friends and relatives.
1912-12-13_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-13 - Virginia Enterprise - Julius Shanedling attends to business matters in the Zenith City today
1912-12-13_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-13 - Virginia Enterprise - H. Kaplan, formerly of Duluth, arrived in the city Tuesday evening and plans to open a meat market here this month.
1912-12-13_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-13 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. S. Bresky, Minneapolis, left yesterday afternoon for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. A. Abramson, Auroa, following an extended stay here at the home of her daughter Mrs. A. Kenner.
1912-12-13_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-13 - Virginia Enterprise - Members of the arrangements committee of the local order of Bnai Brith are making efforts to secure a well known Milwaukee speaker to deliver the principal address at the banquet planned by the lodge. A dance will follow the banquet which will be held next month.
1912-12-13_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-13 - Virginia Enterprise - Ben Milavitz, Hickory street, returned Sunday evening on the Canadian Northern Flyer from a short business visit in the Zenith City.
1912-12-13_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-13 - Virginia Enterprise - S. Garon of Garon & Soloski, local clothiers, has recovered from an attack of typhoid fever and was able to be around Wednesday. His speedy recovery is pleasing news to his many friends.
1912-12-13_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-13 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. B. Shroeder and children, Minneapolis, returned to their home Sunday noon following a five week's visit in the city at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Shanedling, the latter bein Mrs. Shroeder's sister.
1912-12-13_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-13 - Virginia Enterprise - Morris Shanedling of the Shanedling Drygoods store, returned Wednesday evening on the Canadian Northern Flyer from a short business visit in the Zenith City.
1912-12-27_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-27 - Virginia Enterprise - Harry Weinstein, a Duluth merchant, attended to business matters in this city Monday morning.
1912-12-27_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-27 - Virginia Enterprise - Morris Weiner, an Aurora resident, is the guest of local friends and relatives this week.
1912-12-27_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-27 - Virginia Enterprise - Ad for B. Levin, The Reliable Clothier.
1912-12-27_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-27 - Virginia Enterprise - Morris Nathanson, a Chestnut street clothier, spent Sunday with his family at Eveleth.
1912-12-27_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-27 - Virginia Enterprise - Harry Wilk, a law student of the state university, is spending the week here with friends and relatives.
1912-12-27_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-27 - Virginia Enterprise - George Abramson, Aurora, is the guest of his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kenner, Wyoming aveenue, this week.
1912-12-27_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-27 - Virginia Enterprise - Another announcement for B. Levin. After Jan. 1, 1913 My Store will be closed at 6:00 o'clock every evening except Saturdays and pay-pays.
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1913-01-03_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-01-03 - Virginia Enterprise - 1913-1-3 Virginia Enterprise. The night schools are being held through the vacation period without interruption. More than 500 are now attending. Among them are 285 known as "new Americans," that is foreigners who are studying to qualify for citizenship. There are 206 in the manual training department. The North Side night school has 39 enrolled.
1913-01-03_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-01-03 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. Ben Milavetz and her sister Miss Beatrice Kanter, went to their former home in Minneapolis to spend New Year's.
1913-01-03_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-01-03 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. E. Osherman and daughter Florence of Hibbing were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nathanson during the early part of the week.
1913-01-03_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-01-03 - Virginia Enterprise - B. Kenner of Duluth is visiting his brother A. Kenner of this city. Mr. Kenner is in the grocery business in Duluth.
1913-01-03_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-01-03 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. H. Hallock and family of Kinney are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gordon of this city.
1913-01-03_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-01-03 - Virginia Enterprise - David Bloom of Hibbing was a Virginia visitor during the week, staying with his sister, Mrs. H. J. Nathanson.
1913-01-03_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-01-03 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. S. Milavetz and family are visiting New York and other eastern cities. Mrs. Milavetz lived for many years in New York and is well acquainted in that city.
1913-01-03_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-01-03 - Virginia Enterprise - Ben Gordon went to Aurora on Tuesday to attend to various business matters in that town.
1913-05-30_9 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-05-30 - Virginia Enterprise - Ben Milavetz and A. Kenner, cigarette license.
1913-06-06_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-06-06 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. A. Kenner, of Wyoming avenue, have this week as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Abramson and family, of aurora. They returned to their home Monday.
1913-08-01_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-01 - Virginia Enterprise - Sam Lippman of the Minnesota Dry Goods store, left the latter part of last week for a buying trip in the east. Mr. Lippman will be absent from the city for some time and when he returns will have purchased seasonable lines for Virginia's big department store that will make it more popular than ever as a shopping place for Virginia and range people.
1913-08-01_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-01 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. A. Kenner, Wyoming avenue, had as their guest for the weekend S. Naftalin, of Fargo, N.D.
1913-08-22_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-22 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. B. Milavets of Maple street, is the guest of friends in Duluth.
1913-08-22_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-22 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. J. Mesberg left Wednesday morning for a visit with Duluth friends.
1913-08-22_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-22 - Virginia Enterprise - Dr. Lefkovitz, pastor of Temple Emanuel of Duluth, and Max Shapiro, were among Wednesday's guests at the New Fay hotel.
1913-08-22_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-22 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. E. Kenner of Duluth and Miss Sarah Kenner, of Cloquet, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kenner of Wyoming avenue.
1913-08-22_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-22 - Virginia Enterprise - Sam Cohen and Harry Pribnow left Wednesday morning for Duluth, to take part in the tennis tournament in Zenith City this week.
1913-08-22_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-22 - Virginia Enterprise - Phil Paulson of the sales force at the Shanedling Clothing Co. returned the first of the week from a vacation outing at Lake Vermillion.
1913-08-22_11 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-22 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lippman, Lake Boulevard, have as their guest Mrs. Lippman's brother, Mr. Levitas of Chicago, who is connected with the business office ot the Chicago American.
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1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. Ben Gordon of Beach street entertained the Ladies Aid society of the Jewish synagogue yesterday afternoon.
1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. William W. Goldberg arrives Tuesday from Minneapolis to join her husband, the proprietor of the Virginia Fur Factory, in establishing their new home in Virginia.
1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - Manager H. J. Sigel of the Lyric theatre was at Duluth the first of the week on business.
1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - Miss Thelma Abrahamson returned to her home at Aurora Monday afternoon, after having been a guest for two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kenner.
1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. Julius Shanedling left Tuesday for Minneapolis to join her daughters, the Misses Harriet and Evelyn. Mr. Shanedling goes to the twin cities next week for a visit.
1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-08-29_6 - Virginia Enterprise - Jacob Wilk, brother of City Editor Ralph Wilk of the Daily Virginian, who has been visiting at his home in Virginia for some time, left Monday for Denver to attend the opening of "The Only Law," a new play is which he is interested. Mr. Wilk has made a fine success of the theatrical business. He was formerly connected with the staff of the Lyceum, Duluth.
1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - Harry Goldberg went to Minneapolis on business the first of the week.
1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - The Misses Beatrice and Rose Kenner were the guests of Duluth friends Monday.
1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - Isadore Nathanson returned Sunday from a visit with friends and relatives at Hibbing.
1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - I. Milavets and son David are among the Virginia people visiting the state fair this week.
1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Sam Milavetz had as their guests the first of the week Mr. and Mrs. A. Abrahamson and family of Aurora.
1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - The Misses Harriet and Evelyn Shandeling returned Sunday evening from an extended visit with friends and relatives at Minneapolis.
1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-09-05_4 - Virginia Enterprise - I. Milavets will make considerable improvements to his Chestnut Street business property. Another story will be added to the block and a full basement will be put in which will be rented for a bowling alley.
1913-12-19_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-12-19_4 - Virginia Enterprise - A splendid assortment of high grade jewelry at S. Milavetz's.
1913-12-19_17 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1913-12-19_17 - Virginia Enterprise - Ad. A. Kenner Fancy and Staple. Groceries. Dealer in fancy and staple groceries and fruits of all kinds. We sell Rust Park, Table Talk, and in fact all the best brands available. We gladly take orders and deliver when requested. We earnestly solicit your business.
1914-06-12_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-06-12_7 - Virginia Enterprise - Ad. Shanedling Brothers Big Store. Miss Esther Soloski is visiting Duluth friends.
1914-06-12_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-06-12_7 - Virginia Enterprise - George Mesberg of Eveleth, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mesberg, in Virginia yesterday.
1914-06-12_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-06-12_7 - Virginia Enterprise - George Abramson of Aurora, is a guest t the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kenner of Wyoming avenue.
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1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Sermon By Rabbi Silver. Rabbi Silver of Temple Bnai Abraham, last night delivered an interesting address on "The Golden Age of Religion." The general public was invited and Rabbi Silver had an interested audience.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Interested in War Books. The European war has given rise to a big demand for historical books on the various countries engaged. The library is especially well equipped to serve its patrons in this regard. Pictures from the London News on war subjects are posted on the bulletin board and practically every book necessary to supply the historical background of the trouble in available at the library. Arrangements are also being made to receive the Associated Press bulletins from the Virginia Enterprise which will be posted at the library.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - K. Sanders of Duluth came up last night to join his wife who i the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Mesberg for a week-end visit.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - S. Sapero of Chisholm, was a Virginia visitor yesterday.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Ben Lippman of Hibbing was a guest yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lippman.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Ben Milavetz has returned from Winnipeg, Minn., where they have been visiting.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Ben Wilk was a Duluth visitor for the weekend and attended the college day celebration at the Boat club.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Rubin, Hyman, and Jacob Latz and Edward Bubley of International Falls, who is their guest, yesterday visited friends at Hibbing.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Ernest Sigel returned last evening from Milwaukee, where he went the first of last week to attend the convention of the northwestern hotel men.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Sol Abrahamson who have been the guests for a week of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis, 612 Central Avenue, have returned to their home in Milwaukee.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - James Lavick goes to Duluth on a business trip tomorrow.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Raspberry Crop Big. Raspberry pickers are reaping a harvest in the country about Virginia. Early morning trains on the Missabe bear crowds of berry pickers to Wolf and Iron Junction where some of the best of the raspberry "patches" are located, while along the line of the Canadian Northern is also a good crop. the berries are at their best now and are more plentiful than for years.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Automobile Tires Go Up. Local automobile supply dealers today announced an advance of 20 percent in the price of automobile tires effective at once. the increase in price is occasioned by the war in Europe. More than half the entire world's supply of automobile tires is manufactured in Belgium, where all manufacturing industry is now at a standstill because of the war.
1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-14_5 - Virginia Enterprise - James Lavick is a Duluth visitor today.
1914-08-28_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-28_6 - Virginia Enterprise - Gust Simons returned yesterday from an automobile trip to Duluth. He was accompanied by J. Mesberg, who spent the week end at Duluth with Mrs. Mesberg, who is convalescing from an illness of several weeks at the home of Duluth relatives.
1914-08-28_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-08-28_6 - Virginia Enterprise - Gus. Simon, John Mesberg and I. Kener (Kenner?) of Duluth and Miss Kenner of Cloquet motored to Virginia yesterday from Duluth in the Simon's....
1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Gust Simon and a party of friends motored to Eveleth last evening.
1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - I. Kenner of Duluth, who has been visiting his brother, A. Kenner of Wyoming avenue, this week, returned to his home yesterday.
1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. James Lavick of Virginia and Mr. an Mrs. Polinsky of Duluth, left this afternoon to spend the wee end at the Polinsky cottage at Lake Vermilion.
1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - J. Mesberg goes to Duluth to spend the week end with Mrs. Mesber, who has been ill at the home of a relative there. Mrs. Mesberg is expected to accompany him to Virginia Monday.
1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Miss Harriet Shanedling and Monroe Shanedling, who have been visiting in Minneapolis for several weeks, are expected to return tomorrow. Mrs. J. Shanedling, who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. B. Shroeder, will not return until next month.
1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - S. J. Sher of Hibbing is among the St. Louis county fair boosters in the city today. He is distributing literature advertising the fair.
1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. S. N. Rubin of International Falls, who has been visiting at Duluth and superior, was the guest of Virginia relatives today. She will return to her home this evening.
1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-04_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Buy's partner's Interest. Louis Cohen has purchased the interest of his partner Morris Mendelsohn in the building in which he is at present conducting a saloon business. The deal was made yesterday. Mr. Mendelssohn is an old resident of Virginia and was for a number of years in business with Mr. Cohen. He has been here several days on business.
1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Ben Karon and M. Karkell of Hibbing were Virginia visitors yesterday.
1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stone, of Stevenson, and Miss Esther Kenner of Boston, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dorfman, and Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Kaner of Virginia Sunday, returned to Stevenson today.
1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Library Board Meeting. The library board held its regular monthly meeting at the public library last night. It was decided to buy a rug and other furnishings for the club rooms and basement occupied by the Virginia Study club and the Women's Progressive club and the use of a part of the basement was granted to the local organization of the Boy Scouts. The work of the Scouts will be taken up by Rabbi Silver of Temple Bnai Abraham and Rev Hans J. Wolner of St. Paul's Episcopal church and the next meeting will be held at Scout headquarters in the library at 7:30 o'clock on the evening of October 18.
1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Ben Gordon of Hickory stsreet, is tat the head of the lakes today on business.
1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - J. M. Stein of the Ashland Cigar company, is in the city today on business.
1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. I. Cohen of Hibbing was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Adoph Keller of Cedar street yesterday.
1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Maurice Levant of Eveleth, was a Virginia visitor lat night.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Louis Cohen returned last night from a business trip at Milwaukee and Chicago.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Miss Florence Milavetz, teacher in the rural school at Embarass, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. Kaner of Cedar street.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Attend Football Game. Matt Levant. Accompanied the Eveleath football team to Virginia yesterday.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - To Give Dance. The Young Men's Range Hebrew club have issued invitations for a dancing party to be given on Sunday evening, October 18, at Moose hall. A program has been arranged, in which Rabbis Silver of Virginia, and Levfkovitch of Duluth will speak before the dancing party commences. A special car will be chartered from Hibbing and Chisholm.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. David Weiner of Aurora, visited friends in the city yesterday.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. Morris Feldman of Eveleth was the guest of friends in the city last night.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. a. Abrahamson of Aurora, who was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenner of Wyoming avenue, returned to her home today.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. M. S. Cook Dead. Mrs. M. S. Cook, pioneer woman of St. Louis county and the city of Duluth and wife of the man who platted the original townsite of Virginia, died last night at her home in Duluth after a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held at Duluth Friday and a number of old friends from Virginia plan to attend.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Attorney Abe Feldman of Eveleth, transacted business in the city yesterday.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - H. J. Nathanson and son Isidore, left yesterday for a business trip in the twin cities.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. A. Kenner of North Wyoming avenue, left this morning for Duluth, to visit relatives for a few days.
1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-16_5 - Virginia Enterprise - James Golden, a chemist of Hurley, Wis., who was on his way to Hibbing on a business trip, stopped off at Virginia, to renew old acquaintances.
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1914-12-25_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-12-25_5 Virginia_enterprise - Returns From Duluth. Miss Ruth Keller of Cedar street who has been the guest of Miss Rachael Hammel of Duluth, has returned home. She is attending the high school and plans to spend the remainder of her vacation here. Note: Rachael Hammel of Duluth is a daughter of Louis Hammel. - - - Note about the Hammel family: This is something I wrote about Louis Hammel in June 2019, based on newspaper articles that I found on him. - - - Louis Hammel sold horses. In the beginning he was a lonely horse dealer. A family horse could weigh 1,150 pounds and a steal for $75 bucks! BUT that soon grew into a much larger business. Not only did he sell closed and open delivery wagons, dump wagons, farm wagons, milk wagons, carriages and buggies to go along with the driving horses, but eventually Studebaker! Studebaker made wagons before cars and were known for their durability. - - - If you had a horse, you needed a feed box. So he sold feed boxes. Not everyone could afford a new wagon so he also stocked worn wagons for sale. All of this was housed in a show room 100 by 140 feet in size, giving a floor space of 12,000 feet for the company's vehicle trade. Location: Third avenue east and First street. - - - An auditorium was built three stories above the showroom in 1911. It was used for dancing, indoor baseball, wrestling matches, holding conventions, and roller skating. 2000 people could be seated for these conventions and athletic exhibitions. - - - Every year they produced and gave away large calendars. I would love to see one. - - - There is a private street called Hammel in Duluth, MN near the lake front. I bet the Louis Hammel family must have lived there.
1914-12-25_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-12-25_5 Virginia_enterprise - Samuel Dubow of the S. Milavetz store plans to leave soon for a visit in the twin cities.
1914-12-25_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-12-25_5 Virginia_enterprise - A. Kenner, the Wyoming Ave., brother, returned last evening from a business visit at his former home in Duluth.
1914-12-25_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-12-25_5 Virginia_enterprise - Mines To Pay $5,679,917 Tax. Mineral Interests' Share of the County Levy Is 67.42 Per Cent.
1915-04-02_3 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-02_3 Virginia_enterprise - Miss Ray Hamel (?Hammel) of Duluth, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph keller.
1915-04-02_3 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-02_3 Virginia_enterprise - Mrs. A. Kenner of Virginia, is the guest for the week of Mrs. Abraham of Aurora.
1915-04-02_3 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-02_3 Virginia_enterprise - R. Latz, of the Latz Bros. Dry Cleaning establishment, was a business visitor at Eveleth today.
1915-04-09_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-09_5 Virginia_enterprise - 1915-4-9 Virginia Enterprise. War maps were distributed by the newspaper so that the community could follow all the moves of the army and navy area of conflict.
1915-04-09_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-09_5 Virginia_enterprise - Benjamin Levin transacted business at Duluth yesterday.
1915-04-23_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-23_5 Virginia_enterprise - East On Buying Trip. Morris Shanedling, of the Shanedling Bros, Dry Goods Store on Chestnut street, has gone to the eastern markets to buy summer stock for store. He will be away for a week.
1915-04-23_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-23_5 Virginia_enterprise - James Lavick has returned from a business trip of several days in the Twin Cities.
1915-04-23_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-23_5 Virginia_enterprise - Mrs. A. Kenner of Wyoming avenue left last evening for a visit for several days with friends in Duluth. She was accompanied by her two small children.
1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Abe Shapiro of Chisholm were the guests of Virginia friends yesterday afternoon.
1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - J. Goldenberg of Chisholm was among the baseball fans who attended the game at Oliver park yesterday between the Hibbing and Virginia nines.
1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - Morris Shanedling, of the Shanedling Bros. Dry Goods store, Chesnut street returned last evening from the eastern markets where he has been doing his summer buying.
1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - Mrs. L. Cohen and daughter, Miss Minnie, returned Sunday evening from St. Paul where they have been visiting for several days with friends. They were accompanied by Miss Eva Woolpy, who will visit here several days as their guest.
1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - Mrs. A. Abrahamson and family of Auora are visiting today with relatives in this city.
1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - J. E. Feinberg of the Shandling Bros. store at Eveleth was a business visitor here today.
1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - Gets a Federal Job. Ben Wilk leaves today or tomorrow for Chicago, where he has accepted a position in the government engineering service. Mr. Wilk was graduated last year from the University of Minnesota and until a short time ago was connected with the office of the city engineer. Ben's many Virginia friends will be please to learn of his good fortune but will regret to learn that he is to leave the city.
1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-04-30_4 Virginia_enterprise - Mrs. A. Kenner of Wyoming avenue returned yesterday from Duluth where she has been for several days visiting with friends.
1915-08-27_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-08-27_5 Virginia_enterprise - Aurora Clothier Here. Max Levin, a pioneer Auora clothier was a Virginia visitor on business Wednesday afternoon. For several years he has been a member of the Aurora school board. He has also served man terms on the village council.
1915-08-27_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-08-27_5 Virginia_enterprise - Motor to Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Kaner and children, I. Kenner and H. Kenner of Duluth, who motored to Virginia in Mr. Kaner's machine, yesterday afternoon returned to the head of the lakes over the Miller Trunk road.
1915-08-27_5 Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-08-27_5 Virginia_enterprise - J. B. Sattler of Duluth is attending to business matters here today. He is a guest of the Ormonde hotel.
End of Kenner section
1909-03-04_ Stone Kaner ml - - 1909-03-4 - Duluth_News-Tribune - County Clerk Flagstad yesterday issued a marriage license to Bernie S. Kaner and Rose M. Stone, both of Superior.
1909-03-06_ Stone Kaner marriage - - 1909-03-6 - Duluth_News-Tribune - Miss Rose Stone and Benjamin Kaner, both of this city, will be united in marriage Sunday evening at 6:30 at the Achim synagogue. A marriage supper and celebration will follow at Maryland hall. the bride-to-be is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Stone, 712 Weeks Avenue. Announcement of the approaching ceremony was made yesterday.
1909-03-14_ - Duluth_News-Tribune_ - - 1909-03-14 - Duluth_News-Tribune - Mrs. Louis Neuman of the Roosevelt Terrace entertained a number of Duluth ladies at a dainty luncheon Friday. Mrs. L. Zalk, Mrs. Max Albenberg,, Mrs. C. Goldberg-Duluth. assisted by Miss Mary Janet LeClair.
1909-03-14_ - Duluth_News-Tribune_ - - 1909-03-14 - Duluth_News-Tribune - Miss Rose Stone and Benjamin Kaner will be united in marriage this evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Agudas Achim synagogue, the ceremony being followed by a reception and other festivities at Maryland hall. The couple will tour Europe and, on their return, will reside here. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Stone, 712 Grand Avenue and the groom is a member of the firm of S. Kaner & Sons.
1909-03-26_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1909-03-26 - Virginia Enterprise - . Go to Ben Milavetz's for Edison and Victor Phonographs, Records and Supplies.
1909-03-26_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1909-03-26 - Virginia Enterprise - James Lavick was a Proctor visitor the last of the week, where he went to fit out the Proctor Restaurant and Cafe, a new business place being open by Wong Poi and Bert Lum. Mr. Lavick will attend to the furnishing of the new place complete and have same in readines for opening about April 1st.
1909-03-26_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1909-03-26 - Virginia Enterprise - J. Mesberg ad. House Furnisher
1902-03-16_ Basketball Edith Grace Karon Captain (1) - - 1902-3-16 Superior Young Women Who Play Basketball. Photo. Edith G. Karon (captain). - Duluth News-Tribune
1904-07-07_4 Aaron Karon - - 1904-7-7 Hibbing: Win Powers of Odd Fellows Will Conduct Installation of Officers. Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Hibbing lodge No. 245. Aaron Karon, vice grand. - Duluth News-Tribune
1906-06-06_5Edith Frances Karon adams School - - " 1906-6-6 Senior Class Play Is Beautifully Enacted. Fine Presentation of Pretty Comedy Witnessed by Large and Approving Audience-Oration and Unusual Program Meritorious, Grade Graduations Will Begin Today. 600 pupils graduate eighth grade. Endion School: Jeannette Gomberg. Jackson School: Arthur Edward Ableson, Harry Edmund Altman, Marvin Cook, Fred Max Daneiko, Victor Lazarus Levin, Maurice Nusbaum, Sara Anna Danieko. Jefferson School: Mortimer William Bondy, Stance Neumann, Rebecca Rose Altman, Sara Slonim, Gilbert Marcus. Washington School. Herman Phillip Levy, Sarah Helen Light, Oscar Levine Solheim, Morris Salnovitz, Harry Zlatkosvky ?, Frances Gertrude Abrahamson, Esther Zurovsky, Minnie hazel Light, Eva Cohn, Edith Weinstein. Madison School: Arthur Stone, Ruth Jacobson. Adams School: Edith Frances Karon, Edna Lottie Akerman, Emma Hazel Zimmerman. Emerson School Axel Lavin. - Duluth News-Tribune "
1919-09-23_7 Edith Grace Karon Benjamin Karsner eng - - 1919-9-23 Mr. and Mrs. S. Karon announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Edith Karon, to Benjamin Karsner of this city. - Duluth News-Tribune
1921-10-09_ Mrs. Louis Karon Mark Charlotte, Rae - - 1921-10-9 Mrs. Louis Mark, after having visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Karon East Second street, for a month, left Wednesday for Ironwood, Mich., accompanied by her daughter Charlotte and her sister Miss Rae Karon. Later they will leave for Columbus, Ohio the home of Dr. and Mrs. Louis mark. Miss Karon will pass the winter with her sister. - Duluth News-Tribune
1917-07-06_11 Jewish communitites Frank Rabinowitz -AJW - - 1917-7-6 American Jewish World. Range Jews Gain Membership On Honor Roll Of Jewish Communities. $5,000 Raised at Virginia mass Meeting-Julius Shanedling and Joseph Roman Each Give 10 Per Cent of Amount Subscribed., Rabbi Krass, Dr. Maurice Lefkovitz, Max Lewis, Mayor Michael Boylan, Henry Morgenthau, Reverend Father W. J. Power, Reverend C. W. Ramshaw, Mrs. Samuel Milavetz stripped rings from their finger, children gave their bank collections in pennis and small currency, Charles Grabowsky, Sam Lippman, Sam Milavetz, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Simon, Jay Goldenberg, Frank Rabinowitz, Mrs. Stulberg an son. Young Yiddish Club, Morris Shanedling, M. Wilk nd son, A. Kenney, H. B. Booth, Adolph Kellar, John Mesberg, Latz Brothers, Henry Shanedling, M. Bright, McKinley, Carl Shapiro, Dave Shibel, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Milavetz, Ben Walt, Nathan Goldfinder, Dave Kratze, B. Solosky, Herman Baier & Son, Mrs. M. L. Wil, Max Simon, Jewish Temple Aid, Sam Cohen, Ben Gordon, Carl Sigel, Joe Garon, Thomas Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Milaetz, B. Bankman, John Liberman, M. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. I. Weiner, Marcus Levin, Aaron Abrahamson. Leo Shapiro.
1901-08-24_4 Eveleth, son was born to Mr & Mrs Frank Rabinowitz - DNT - - 1901-8-24 A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rabinowitz.
1906-01-27_3 Eveleth, Mrs. Frank Rabinowitz entertained - DNT - - 1906-1-27 Eveleth. Mrs. Frank Rabinowitz entertained a few friends at cards. Mrs. George Mesburg, Mrs. A. Pearlman, M. D. Simon, Mrs. J. Siegl, Mrs. Feldman, Mrs. George Mesberg, Miss Jennette Shannedling.
1907-04-28_2 Eveleth Frank Rabinowitz conract for building - DNT - - 1907-4-28 Frank Rabinowitz Lets Contract For Building. Eveleth. corner of Grant avenue and Pierce street. $22,000. Used for Virginia club or Business Men's association. Add third story request.
1912-08-06_3 Eveleth, Empress theater - DNT - - 1912-8-6 Fire Damages Empress Theater At Eveleth. Third fire.
1912-08-27_4 R. E. Gumm The Diamond - DNT - - 1912-8-27 Theater Changes Hands. R. E. Gumm, formerlally connected with the United Theater company Chicago, has purchased the Majestic theater, 24 East Superior stree. Mr. Gumm will change the name of the theater to The Diamond and run it as a high class motion picture theater, charging five cents admisiton: Saturday, Sundays and Holidays, 10 cents. the Diamon will be closed or remodeling until Saturday, Aug. 31. - - - Note: This is Judy Garland's father.
1912-09-09_4 Theater - DNT - - 1912-9-9 News from the theatrical world.
1912-12-03_3 Eveleth, Frank Rabinowitz arrested salon - DNT - - 1912-12-3 Eveleth Pastor After Saloons. Frank Rabinowitz Arrested on Charge of Keeping Resort Open on Sunday.
1913-12-07_5 Eveleth, Eagle Elect Frank Rabinowitz treasurer - DNT - - 1913-12-7 Eveleth Eagles Elect. Frank Rabinowitz inner guard.
1914-01-25_ Frank Gumm returns from wedding trip - DNT - - 1914-1-25 At The parlor. Frank Gumm will return from his wedding trip tomorrow. Note: Judy Garland's parents.
1914-04-08_14 Empress Theater W. M. Abrahamson - Olaf Larson - DNT - - 1914-4-8 Offers Aid To man Who Seeks A Wife. Empress Theater manager Writes Olaf Anderson He Will Assist in Quest. William M. Abrahamson manager of the Empress theater.
1914-11-01_10 Eveleth Congregation Bnai Achim Frank Rabinowitz - DNT - - 1914-11-1 Eveleth Synagogue Officers. Eveleth: Bney Achim congregation. President-H. Perlman. Vice president-H. Siegel. Secretary-A. Goldberg. Treasurer-Isadore Shanedling. First Trustee-Solomon Sax. Second Trustee-Frank Rabinowitz. Third Trustee-frank Weinberg.
1914-12-05_3 Eveleth Eagles Frank Rabinowitz trustee - DNT - - 1914-12-5 Eveleth Eagles Pick Officers For Year. Frank Rabinowitz, worthy trustee.
1916-01-29_10 Frank Rabinowitz collection for war effort - DNT - - 1916-1-29. Virginia Relief Fund Totals $1,200.00 Eastern Mesaba Cities and Towns Contribute Liberally to War Sufferers. Biwabik, Aurora, Gilbert, Genoa, Elaba, sparta. Sam Siegel, Frank Rabinowitz, Jacob Stein, Sam Siegl, Sam Ellis, Louis Rubenstein, Louis Siegel, H. A. Levant, G. H. Perlman, George Mesberg, Nathan Karlensky, Joe Feinberg, S. Messiner, Solomon Sax, Abe Goldberg, Frank Weinberg, M. Kaner, H. Siegel, J. Winer, Harry White, Joe Learner.
1916-11-19_5 Mrs. Frank Gumm Mary Jane daughter visiting Superior - DNT - - 1916-11-19 Who's Who In Grand Rapids. Mrs. Frank Gumm and daughter, Mary Jane are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Gumm's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Milne in superior. Note: Frank Gumm was instrumental in helping Frank Rabinowitz gain possession of a theater. We did some research for Judy's Garland's family relationship with them. There was a museum opening in her home town last year.
1920-12-12_2 Little Tots Mary Janae and Virginia Gumm Frank A. Gumm - DNT - - 1920-12-12 Little Tots Will Spend winter Months South of mason-Dixon Line. photo The Misses Mary Jane and Virginia Gumm. daughter of Mr. . and Mrs. Frank A. Gumm. Judy Garland's sisters.
1921-12-11_6 Evelth Frank A. Gumm Frank Rabinowitz - DNT - - 1921-12-11 theater Is Closed. Eveleth. Empress theater is closing. Manager Frank Rabinowitz of the Regent theater purchased it from Frank A. Gumm of Grand Rapids. Mr. Rabinowitz controls the only two theaters that have been operating in Eveleth. J. A. Jerue ran theater for long time. sold property to Mr. Gumm. Mr. Rabinowitz will open the Empress theater again.
1941-02-06_9 Judy Garland Gumm sisters majorette stick - Ely Miner - - 1941-2-6 Ely miner. Judy Garland Gumm majorette stick baton.
1911-09-06_4 Polinsky Wolfe weddin 300 attended - DNT - - 1911-9-6 Polinsky-Wolfe Wedding Occurs At Synagogue. A pretty wedding took place yesterday afternoon at the synagogue, 323 East Fifth street, when Miss Dorothy Polinsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Polinsky, 1124 East Sixth street, Rabbi Kissin, Rev. Teplitz, Dolly Polinsky, sister of the birde. bridesmaids Florence Levine, Sadie Fostof. David Weinberg of Eveleth, Leo Troup of Virginia, Roy Leven, attendants to Mr. Wolfe. Ushers: Stern, Bert Stern, Jacob Cohen, home 1124 East Sixth street.
1911-11-06_14 Mrs. Joseph Wolfe mother dies - DNT - - 1911-11-6 Leading Jewish Woman Passes. Mrs. Bessie Polinsky Dies Suddenly of Hemorrhage of the Brain. Wife of L. Polinsky, wholesale livestock dealer, pioneer of Duluth. 1124 East Sixth street. 5 years old. Seven daughters. Mrs. S. W. Rubloff-Chisholm, Mrs. J. A. Kohn-Duluth, Mrs. M. D. Nides-Hibbing, Mrs. Charles Levant-Eveleth, Mrs. Joseph Wolfe-Duluth, Dolly and Sheba Polinsky. Jewish cemetery, Rabbi Taplitz, O.B.A. Jewish fraternal societies. 25 years ago came from Russia and settled in Duluth, MN. Opened home to immigrants. Chavre Kadish, Sisters of Israel, Jewish Education society, O.B.A. She passed away two months after her daughter married.
1913-01-29_6 photo Joseph Wolfe - DNT - - 1913-1-29 To Give Piano recital At Steinway Hall. Joseph Wolfe, pianist, photo. Taught two years piano and harmony in Duluth. McDowell, Chopin, Grieg, Franz List program.
1914-08-02_3 Winnepeg connection Polinsky and Wolfe - DNT - - 1914-8-2 Miss Minnie Light of San Francisco, Cal., formerly of Duluth, who has been visiting in Duluth and the ranage for two months, left Thurdday for Minneapolis, for several weeks visit. on her return trip she will stop at Seattle and Portland.
1914-08-02_3 Winnepeg connection Polinsky and Wolfe - DNT - - 1914-8-2 Miss Esther Zurovsky, Miss Rae Zurovsky and Miss Dolly Polinsky have returned from three weeks visit in Winnipeg as the guest of their sister, Mrs. Joseph Wolfe.
1917-03-06_7 Joseph Wolfe at Zelda Sadie Coran Wine wedding - DNT - - Joseph Wolfe of St Paul at Zelda Sadie Coran Wine wedding - DNT
1917-01-16_7B. Duluth_News-Tribune - - 1917-1-16 Latts-Rudnitzky Nuptials. Sarah Helen Rudnitzky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Rudnitzky, 1126 East sixth street and Samuel C. Latts took place Sunday evening at Talmud Torah hall. Rabbi I. S. Teplitz, bride's sister Esther Rudnitzky, maid of honor, Ethel Latts of Superior, cousin of the bridegroom wa the bridesmaid. Samuel Cohen of Milwaukee and Joseph Rudnitzky of St. Paul attended to the bridegroom. Out of town guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rutz and son Aurora, Minn. Samuel Cohen of Miwaukee; Esther Soloski, Mra. and Mrs. M. Solosko ?, L. Milavitz, and Mrs. I. Cohen all of Virginia, Minn.; Mrs. Theodor Lieberman and son of Ironwood, Mich; Joseph Rudnitzky, Mary Latts, N. Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Cohen all of St. Paul; Abe Latts and B. Resnick, both of Ashland.
1917-01-16_7B. Duluth_News-Tribune - - 1917-1-16 Edith Azine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Azine, 420 First avenue West and Harry A. Friedman of Dows, Iowa, formerly of Duluth, home wedding. Rabbi Teplitz. Esther Gomberg orchestra, Mrs. William H. Glass of South Range, Mich., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Gertrude Azine, Ida Azine, Charlotte Azine, Minnie Averbrook, William H. Glass and Arthur Amchel were bridegroom's attendants. Wedding supper served 60 guests, evening reception 75. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. William H. Glass and daughter, Florence Bertha of South Range, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Azine of Denver, Colo., uncle and aunt of bride Mr. and Mrs. John Azine and David Azine of Minneapolis, A. F. Friedman of Des Moines, Iowa, brother of bridegroom.
1920-02-15_4 Ida Resnick - DNT - - 1920-2-15 Miss Ida Resnick of St. Paul will spend three months as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Resnick and Mr. and Mrs. I. Gilberstadt, East Fourth street.
1920-07-04_10 Mrs. D. Resnick - DNT - - 1920-7-4 Miss Marian Yassey has returned to her home in St. Paul after spending the week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Resnick of East First Street.
1922-03-25_4Arnold Resnick - DNT - - 1922-3-25 Seven "Jackies" Sing. Liberty school, dressed as Jackie Coogan, sang at the New Garrick theater. Business Woman's club. Abraham Lipkin, Max Zimmerman, Arnold Resnick, Melvin Schwartz.
1922-07-07_2 B. Resnick - DNT - - 1822-7-7 Three Injured Due to Ashland Auto Smash. Ashland. Mr. and Mrs. B. Resnick and Charles Gorvich miraculously escaped death this noon when the automobile driven by Mr. Gorvich ran head on into the outgoing Bayfield Scoot on the third street crossing. The party was returning home from Duluth, and was driving about twenty miles an hour. They heard the warning bell ring, according to one of the occupants, and it seemed almost instantly the train was upon them. The engine struck the radiator of the automobile, causing the occuupants to be thrown from the car. Mr. and Mrs. Resnick were taken to the Clinic where their cuts and bruises were dressed. the former was injured about the face and neck, while Mrs. Resnick' arm and head were hurt. Mr. Gorvich was injured and bruised about the face.
1905-12-20_18 Maurice H. Grossman and Sarah Margules - - 1905-12-20 Minneapolis. Miss Sarah Margulies and Maurice H. Grossman were married yesterday at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. B. Marulis, 1402 E. Frnaklin avenue, in the presence of seventy-five guests. Rabbi Silber read the service and the wedding music was played by an orchestra as the bridal party approached. Miss Jessie Berman was maid of honor, and Misses Rose Fischler, Minnie Friedman, Rebekah Swartz and Miss Kellman were bridesmaids. They were all gowned in white. Nta Grossman acted as best man. The bride wore white silk mull over taffeta with seed pearl trimmings, and carried a bouquet of bride roses. Her veil was held by a wreath of lilies of the valley. An informal reception followed the ceremony, and Mmes. Bertha Margulis, Lilla Freidman, D. Fischler, and H. Friedman assisted. Smillax and silk flags brightened the rooms, and the small tables in the dining room were decked in green and white and lighted with tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Grossman will be a home after Jan. 1 at 112 Bryant avenue N. Minneapolis_journal
1908-05-24_5 Clarence Odencrans - DNT - - 1908-5-24 Soudan: Miller Speaks To Graduates. Addresses the Soudan Scholars. Exercises of tower High and Grad Schools. Clarence Odencrans.
1917-12-27_ Oscar Odencrans - DNT - - 1917-12-27 Oscar Odencrans - elected officer for Tower Lodges
1937-08-26_11 Oscar Odenecrans - Ely Miner - - 1937-8-26 Ely: Range Old Timer Dies. Oscar F. Odencrans, aged 73, one of the oldest settlers of tower and the Vermillion range, died in a Duluth hospital, Wednesday. he has been with the Oliver Iron Mining Company as stationary engineer for 45 years up to his retirement in 1829. He wa a member of the S. F. of A. lodge in Tower. Surviving are his wife, three sons, and three daughters. - - - Ad for Dr. G. Milavetz Dentist Office in the James Building. Phone 504.
1916-03-11_15 B. Greenspan birth son - DNT - - 1916-3-11 Births. Boy to R. Greenspan 3222 East Ninth street.
1916-09-24_12 Barney Greenspan home - DNT - - 1916-9-24 Sale of house and lot to Barney Greenspan.
1919-03-26_3 Rachael Greenspan honor roll - DNT - - 1919-3-26 Honor Roll Junior High School. William London, Ida Azine. Ruth Shenowsky, Rachael Greenspan, Bessie Lavick.
1919-05-11 Nathan Greenspan music - DNT - - 1919-5-11 Who's Who In School Music. Personnel Of 15 Orchestras. Franklin school: Nathan Greenspan. Lincoln school: Nathan Cohen. Jefferson school: Alicke Cohen, Isadore Snger, Oscar Kahn. Washington Junior high school: Morris Cohen, Sade Meyers.
1919-05-25_3 Rachael Greenspan honor roll Washington - DNT - - 1919-5-25 Washington Junior Roll Of Honor Has 57 Names. Kerman? Meyers, Sherman Kassmir, Anna Kapelow, Tiby Goldfine, Bessie Rosenberg, Ruth Shenosky, Ida Azine.Abraham Kernes, William London, Bernice Shapiro, Mildred Issacson, Mary Cohen, Gladys Kenner, Rachael Greenspan.
1919-07-01_12 Julia Greenspan to Sol Goodman - DNT - - 1919-7-1 Marriage licenses Sol Goodman and Julia Greenspan
1919-07-04_3 Borsech Greenspan citizen - DNT - - 1919-7-4 Citizenship application: Abraham Schusterman, Louis Love, Solomon Schneider, Jacob Winthrop, Barlch Greenspan.
1920-03-03_7 Rachael Greenspan honor roll - DNT - - 1920-3-3 Thirty-Five Junior High Students On Month Honor Roll. Washington Junior high school: Rose Hirsh, Ida Azine, Mary Cohen, Ruth Shenowsky, Bessie Rosenberg. Rachael Greenspan
1920-06-13_3 Rachael Greenspan - DNT - - 1920-6-13 Honor Roll: Ida Azine, Rachel Greenspan, Bessie Rosenberg, Ruth Cohen, Anette Hirsch.
1921-09-16_3 Harry Greenspan accident - DNT - - 1921-9-16 Driver of Wagon Dragged by Frightened Horse. Entangled in the reins when a horse, hitched to a wagon in which he was riding, bolted, Harry Greenspan, age 14, delivery boy for an Eat End grocery, was dragged nearly a block down Fourth avenue East from Ninth street at 6:49p.m. As the horse bolted, witnesses told police, the wagon overturned throwing Greenspan to the roadway. Unable to assist himself, the lad was dragged by the frenzied horse over the stones and ruts of the street to a telephone pole between Seventh and Eighth streets, where the wagon lodged, stopping the animal's run. Greenspan was taken to St. Luke's hospital in the police ambulance. Hospital attendants last night said that his injuries, although serious, would not prove fatal. The boy was badly bruised about the body and limbs. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greenspan, 313 East Seventh street.
1922-05-24_10 Greenspan baseball - DNT - - 1922-5-24 Franklin School Team Wins League B Title. Baseball players: Greenspan, Cohen, Karsner, Rocklin.
1887-04-02_9 Fur establishment B. Levin - - 1887-04-02 1887-4-2 Irish Standard: Fire in the wholesale fur establishment of B. Levin & Co., Montreal, caused a loss of $50,000. - - - Note: I am not sure if there is a street or avenue in Minnesota called Montreal. St. Paul, MN has a Montreal Avenue. Perhaps the fur store was in St. Paul and not Duluth. The newspaper is called the Irish Standard. This is one of the earliest newspaper articles I have. It is at least 10 years earlier than when my great grandfather arrived in Duluth.
1896-01-10_5 Virginia Enterprise - - 1896-01-10 I. Levin and son, of Princeton, Minn., visited with B. Levin of the Model, the last of the week.
1896-01-10_5 Virginia Enterprise - - 1896-01-10 Mrs. B. Levin and brother Jno. (John) Duffla, returned on Friday evening last from their Holiday visit at the parental home at Tower.
1896-01-10_5 Virginia Enterprise - - 1896-01-10 J. B. Sattler was called to Duluth on Wednesday by a telegram announcing the serious illness of his daughter.
1896-01-10_5 Virginia Enterprise - - 1896-01-10 Joe Loeb, the popular Duluth liquor dealer, did business with our wine dispensers on Tuesday.
1896-01-10_5 Virginia Enterprise - - 1896-01-10 Jos. (Joseph) Roman and Julius Shanedling looked after prospective business interests at Ely on Saturday.
1896-01-10_5 Virginia Enterprise - - 1896-01-10 The Mining Minutes is a good article to read in respect that it explains what the relationship to Carnegie and the Olivers is.700,00 tons of ore from the previous season that Oliver Mines produced, was used for the Carnegie furnaces. The ore makes a suitable furnace mixture to produce steel.
1896-01-10_5 Virginia Enterprise - - 1896-01-10 Dissolved partnership between Joseph Cohen and R. Cohen, firm name Joseph Cohen & Co. was mutual.
1897-04-02_5 B. Levin ad Shanedling ad - - 1897-04-02 1897-4-2 Virginia Enterprise. B. Levin Ad. W. L. Douglas shoes. Makes shoes for workmen and business men.
1899-12-22_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1899-12-22 Ad for The Model. B. Levin Proprietor - - - We know you know where to buy, for you know we know how to buy. The Model, B. Levin, Prop.
1899-12-22_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1899-12-22 Candies from 8 to 60 cents per pound, strictly fresh, at Milavetz Bros.
1899-12-22_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1899-12-22 Like a coon eating watermelon is how you will feel when you get on one of our Stein-Bloch suits or overcoats. the Model, B. Levin, Prop.
1899-12-22_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1899-12-22 Buy your husband one of elegant pipes at Milavetz Bros. for Xmas. From 5 cents to $10 each.
1899-12-22_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1899-12-22 Our reputation has cost us many years of hard work and honest dealings. We can't afford to lose it by putting out dishonest goods. The Model B. Levin Prop.
1899-12-22_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1899-12-22 Toy pianos at all prices from 25 cents to $4.00 at Milavetz Bros.
1899-12-22_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1899-12-22 Remember that we select our own stock direct from the eastern factories. Come and examine our stock and take advantage of our low prices. Milavetz Bros.
1899-12-22_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1899-12-22 It is estimated that range railroads will haul 300,000,000 feet of logs to Duluth during 1900.
1899-12-22_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1899-12-22 We sell goods cheap, but we don't sell cheap goods. the Model, B. Levin, Prop.
1900-08-03_9 Virginia Enterprise - - 1900-08-03 Louis Finn is in from Eveleth today.
1900-08-03_9 Virginia Enterprise - - 1900-08-03 M. Mark returned Monday from a short business trip to Duluth and Superior.
1900-08-03_9 Virginia Enterprise - - 1900-08-03 L. Cohen left Tuesday for a visit with his family at Ashland, and with friends at Hurley and Ironwood. He will be absent ten days.
1900-08-03_9 Virginia Enterprise - - 1900-08-03 M. Shanedling left Tuesday for the New York markets, being accompanied as far as Chicago by his brother Julius who will do the Chicago markets in quest of new stock.
1900-08-03_9 Virginia Enterprise - - 1900-08-03 H. Levin, of Levin Bros., manufacturers of upholstered furniture, of Minneapolis, arrived in the city today for a short visit at the home of his brother, B. Levin, of The Model clothing Store. Levin Bros. sell a vast amount of their manufactured product to J. Mesberg of this city.
1913-12-19_5 B. Levin established 1894 - - 1913-12-19 Virginia Enterprise. Greetings From Progressive Virginians. B. Levin Established 1894. Latz Brothers. Virginia Fur Factory, Goldberg Brothers. Shanedling Bros.
1892-12-2 The Bell Levin Bros - - 1892-12-2 Ad. The Bell Duluth, Watch for Great December Discount Sale. Levin Bros. Proprietors. 109-111 West Superior St.- overcoats, children.
1966-02-06_123 Norman Daneiko photographer - - 1966-2-6 San Francisco Chronical: Norman Danieko is a photographer ro the newspaper. - photo of brides. - San Francisco Chronicle
1976-10-29_2 Harriet Daneiko designs - - 1976-10-29 San Francisco Chronical. Liberty House instructor Harriet Daneiko. Learn Kazari punch embroidery designs. - San Francisco Chronicle
1919-09-26_74 Other service men Alex Coran, Michel Daneiko & more - - 1919-9-26 The American Jewish World. Duluth. Military Service. Died. Wounded, In service. Navy. Long list of Other service Men. Includes Fred M. Daneiko. - American Jewish World
1919-09-26_71 other ads for Duluth Garon - - 1919-9-26 Ads for Duluth. Garon Bros. Jewelers; Twin Ports Auto Supply Co.-Fred Daneiko, Prop. 215 E. Superior St.; R. Latts & Son 627 W. Superior St. Jewelry, Clothing, and Gent's Furnishings; Northwestern Iron & Metal Co.; Sam Goldish. 524 4th Ave.; E.Crystal's Kosher Delicatessen. J. Crystal; Samuel Simon. 202 East Second St. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Confectionery, Etc.; Duluth Printing Co. Inc. 121 West Superior St. H. Stein, Mgr.; L. Polinsky & Co. Fresh Meats. - American Jewish World
1955-04-05_15 Mrs. Norman Daneiko cropped - - 1955-5-4 San Francisco Chronical: Passover Seder Service. The story of the slavery and final liberation of the Jewish people and their exodus from Egypt will be commemorated Thursday at 6:45pm at the Contra Costa Community Center, when the League of Jewish Women sponsors a community Passover Seder. David Zukerman, president of the center, will lead the observance of the Seder ritual, and Mrs. Norman Daneiko and the center choir will direct the music. - San Francisco Chronicle
1919-09-26_71 Fred Daneiko Prop. auto service ad cropped - - 1919-9-26 American Jewish World: cropped ad for Fred Daneiko. Twin Ports Auto Supply Co., 216 E. Superior St. Duluth. - American Jewish World
1921-05-06_13 Michael Daneiko - - 1921-5-6 American Jewish World: Michael Daneiko mentioned as a new member of Covenant Lodge along with many others. Mr. Silberstein honored at event. - American Jewish World
1922-12-01_13 Daneiko Bernstein Appleton Duluth marriage - - 1922-12-1 American Jewish World: Daneiko-Bernstein. Invitations have been received in this city for the marriage of Fred M. Daneiko, formerly of Duluth but not of Appleton, Wis., to Miss Eva Bernstein of Neenah, Wis. which will take place Dec. 5 at the home of the bride. Mr. Daneiko is the son of Mrs. B. Daneiko of East Third street. Mrs. Daneiko andher daughter, Mrs. Lyle Oreck, left Wednesday for Appleton. Miss Alic Daneiko and Mr. Michael Daneiko will leave Saturday to attend the wedding of their brother. - American Jewish World
1930 Kaner Superior, directory - - " 1930 Superior directory. Kaner family members. Abraham Kaner Kaner Iron & Metal Co.. Bessie Kaner bookeeper for Pomush & Co. Kaner Brothers Henry and Lawrence, maybe confrs ?, David M. and Eva Kaner Iron & Metal Co. Edward and Rose Kaner, Hardware Co., Esther Kaner, widow of Edward Kaner. Henry Kaner Kaner Bros. Henry and Rose Kaner cattle buyers. Hyman Kaner. Kaner Iron & Metal Co. David M., Jack B., Abe E. Kaner, hides, furs, junk, scrap iron, metals, paper, and wiping cloth. Isadore Kaner, Isadore Kaner salesman for Twin Ports Paper Co. Jack B. and Mae Kaner Iron & Metal Co. Jeannette Kaner, Lawrence Kaner Kaner Bros., Louis Kaner helper to William Kaner, Osher and Chana Kaner clerk, Ralph and Belle Kaner, Rose Kaner clerk, Sam Kaner bgemn? "
1915-05-30_ West End Superior Street - DNT - - 1915-5-30 - West End: A community of Builders - Views of Superior Street in the West End - dnt
1918-04-26_9 Mrs. Louis Rubin - AJW - - 1918-4-26 American Jewish World Mrs. Louis Rubin A Leader In War Work. Ashley N. Dakota.
1916-01-02_3 Workmen's Circle In Costume Gives Dance attendees - DNT - - 1916-1-2 Workmen's Circle In Costume Gives Dance. Forester's hall, Fourth avenue West and First street. Louis Love, Ben Litman, Max Meyers, Max Conoral, Sam Stein, Lena Levin, Rose Garvish, Lena Rigler, Sam Segal, Joe Commesky.
1916-05-07_8 Lena Rigler - DNT - - 1916-5-7 Sunshine Club Meets Informally. Lena Rigler. Note: I do not know if Lambert or Danielson or Rathman are Jewish families.
1917-04-08_2 Lena Sosnoslky and Rose Garish, Karner, Siegle - DNT - - 1917-4-8 June Bride Honored By Afternoon Card Party. Betty Arnovits, Lena Sosnosky, Rose Garish is the bride-to-be. Ida Karsner, Ruth Siegle (? Siegel). Guest: Mr. and Mrs. H. Casmir, Mr. and Mrs. A. Friss, Mrs. A. Mark, Mrs. M. Sosnosky, Mrs. M. Garish, Miss Sarah Rachlin, Miss Doris Simmonds, Miss Leona Cohen, Miss Eva Winer, Miss Martha Fostoff, Miss Eva Sosnosky, Miss Gertrude Flint, Miss Ida Berkson, Miss Le (Lena) Rigler, Miss Lena Gotkin, Miss Ida Kassimir, Miss Doris Kahl, Miss Dena Danieko, Miss Frances McCoy, Miss Bess Goldin, Miss Ethel Rocklin, Miss May Cohn, Arthur Mack, Chauncey Miller, Ben Sanders, George Casmir.
1917-04-17_14 ml Rigler ml Zalk - DNT - - 1917-4-17 marriage Licenses for Samuel Leveson and Lena Rigler. Edward Zalk and Lucille Howe.
1883-01-05_ business Directory cropped - - 1883-1-5 Duluth business list from 1883 - - Silberstein & Bondy -Carpet - Silberstein & Bondy- Millinery - S. Levi Cigars and Tobacco - S. Levy Liquor - H. F. Leopold Jr. Civil Engineer - H. F. Leopold Sr. Tailor Merchant - Duluth_Weekly_Tribune_
1918-12-08_ Abraham Shapiro - DNT - - 1918-12-8 Chicago Crowd Looks On, Soldier Drowns. - - A soldier, identified by papers found in his uniform as Abraham Shapiro lately of the 161st depot brigade at Camp Grant, jumped in to the Chicago River late today and drowned, while a rush hour crowd passing over the Jackson Blvd. bridge looked on. Among his papers was a photograph of a young woman on which was written "Cousin Bessie, Minneapolis.:
1918-12-09_3 Abraham Shapiro - DNT - - 1918-12-9 Duluth Relatives Seek Information About Abe Shapiro. - - Was not Abraham Shapiro, a Duluth soldier, age 21, belonging to same unit as reported by Chicago dispatch. Mrs. Harry Gram of Hibbing is a brother to Abraham Shapiro, received telegram from Camp Grant and he is ok. Another sister Mrs. Joseph Boznu of 119 Seventh avenue West, Duluth. A comrade may have impersonated Shapiro going to Chicago or it may have been a mere confusion of identity owning to similar names.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Mr. and Mrs. J. Oreckovsky, of 531 East Second street, Mrs. J. Boxnu and Mrs. W. Oxman motored to St. Paul.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Mr. Hugo Freimuth, of East Second street, left Sunday for a few days visit in Minneapolis.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Mrs. M. Hirschfield, of 830 East Fourth street, has as herguests Mrs. Jacob Harris and two children of Minneapolis.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Mrs. Nusbaum and daughter have returned to their home in Rockford, Ill., after a two month's visit with Mrs. Morris Freimuth, of East Third street.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 The Tuesday Evening club met at the home of Mrs. Al Abraham.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Altman, of 332 Twelfth Avenue east, left for St. Paul for a few days visit.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Mrs. James Viener, of 618 East Fifth street, left for St. Paul, where she will visit with her mother, Mrs. M. Fink.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Mrs. S. Stern and daughter, Dr. Marie Stern, left for their home in St. Paul, after spending a week here with Mrs. J. Viener. Mrs. M. Viener entertained at cards in honor of the visiting guests. Covers were laid for thirty.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Miss Sheba Polinsky has returned from Hibbing, after visiting with her sister Mrs. Nides, for a month.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Miss Belle Karon of 1124 East Third street has left for Atkin, Minn. where she will teach at the high school there.
1916-09-08 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-8 Mr. and Mrs. H. Aaronson, of Minneapolis, are making their home at the Theresa apartment.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Mrs. H. Graham of Hibbing is visiting her sister Mrs. J. Boznu.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Miss Hattie Levy is the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. Zalk.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Miss Lizette Abrahams of Superior has returned from a short visit in Minneapolis.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Miss Harriet Simons of Virginia spent a few days in the city before leaving for Milwaukee, where she will enter Milwaukee Downer college.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Mr. Benjamin Gingold left Monday for Minneapolis, where he will continue his studies at the university.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Mrs. Edward Rose, 531 West 3rd street left for Minneapolis, where she will visit with her parents.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Mrs. H. Nides, of Hibbing, is visiting in the city.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Mrs. S. Cohen entertained at cards Saturday evening. Favorers were won by Miss Esther Zerovsky and Mrs. Charles Levant.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Miss Sadie Feldman of Eveleth is visiting the city before attending the Normal school at Superior.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Kassmir-Silk wedding. Miss Sarah Kassmir, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kassmir of 409 First avenue west, Duluth, and Morris W. Silk were married last Tuesday evening at Talmud torah hall by Rev. w. Kissin of St. Paul.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Miss Sophie Sacks of Hibbing has left to teach at Blackberry, Minn.
1916-09-22 - American Jewish World - - 1916-9-22 Master Louis Gomberg acquitted himself so well at the concert Thursday evening at the Endion Methodist church that he has earned the title of the wonder-child pianist for his wonderfully mature handling of difficult Beethoven, Schubert and Chopin numbers. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gomberg.
1917-03-09_7 American Jewish World - - 1917--3-9 Duluth Notes. Mrs. J. Boznu entertained Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Samuel Fink. Favors were won by Mrs. H. E. Altman and Miss Rae Zurovsky.
1917-03-09_7 American Jewish World - - 1917--3-9 Mrs. Samuel Fink of St. Paul, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Viener.
1917-03-09_7 American Jewish World - - 1917--3-9 Mr. and Mrs. S. Schwarts, formerly of Providence, R. I., but not of the city, entertained informally at their home Sunday. evening.
1917-03-09_7 American Jewish World - - 1917--3-9 the Misses Sadie Rocklin and Bertha Mendelsohn have returned from their trip through the East.
1917-03-09_7 American Jewish World - - 1917--3-9 Mr. J. Altman and son, Maurice, are in the Twin Cities on a business trip.
1917-03-09_7 American Jewish World - - 1917--3-9 Mrs. Abe Oreckovsky entertained the Friday Bridge club at her home Friday afternoon. Favor was won by Mrs. James Lavick.
1910-05-10_7 Book Store Boznu - DNT - - 1910-5-10 Ad for Ron Fernandez Cigars. Lists businesses where they are sold. Includes Book Stores. Jos. Boznu.
1913-12-21_ Ad Palladio Newsh and Curio shop Joseph H. Boznu - DNT - - 1913-12-21 Ad. Palladio News and Curio Store J. H. Boznu Corner Fourth Avenue West. Moccasins, fancy leather goods, scarfs, pillows, pennants, smokes, pens, candy, cards, booklets. - - - Note: The Palladio building was razed. It was a tv station at one time. Now a parking lot.
1914-02-26_7 Joseph H. Boznu fire in shop - DNT - - 1914-2-26 Blaze Costs $100. An alarm of fire was rung in at 1:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon when workmen repairing the Palladio building detected smoke as they began tearing away the ceiling on the ground floor. A smudge, the firemen discovered, was smoldering in the ceiling in the rear of the Joseph H. Boznu curio shop. Falling plaster caused damage estimated at $100 to the stock of the curio shop and the floor of the Anchor line offices also were slightly damaged.
1914-06-26_12 Joseph H. Boznu and Esther Shapiro ml - DNT - - 1914-6-26 Marriage license. Joseph H. Boznu and Esther Shapiro.
1914-07-05_2 Boznu Shapiro wedding - DNT - - 1914-7-5 The marriage of Miss Esther Shapiro, daughter of Mrs. J. Shapiro, daughter of Mrs. J. Shapiro and Joseph H. Bosnu took place at the home of the birde's mother, 119 Mesaba avenue last Sunday. Rev. Israel Teplitz read the service. Mrs. I. Abercook of Superior, maid of honor.
1916-12-20_14 Ad J. H. Boznu - DNT - - 1916-12-20 Personal. Ad. J. H. Boznu 419 West Sup. St. One Door West of Haley's Cafe. The small store with the big bargains.
1916-12-22_16 Ad J. H. Boznu - DNT - - 1916-12-22 Ad J. H. Boznu.419 W. Superior St. West of Haley's.
1918-10-18_6 Red Cross Fire relief Boznu - DNT - - 1918-10-18 News Tribune Fire Relief Fund Closed With $27,413.33. Lis of people who donated. Includes Boznu,
1919-06-22_ Boznu Viener Zurovsky - DNT - - 1919-6-22 Mrs. J. Viener and Mrs. J. Boznu gave a 1'oclock bridge luncheon Wednesday at the Little Jack Horner tea rooms for Miss Zurovsky. ridge was played at 10 tables.
1919-06-22_ Oreck, Zurovsky - DNT - - 1919-6-22 Miss Ida Oreck entertained in compliment to Miss Zurovsky at a dinner party given Wednesday night at the Congress. Following the dinner a theater party was given at the Lyceum.
1919-08-17_10 Duluth News Tribune - - 1919-8-17 1919-8-17 Many Parties This Week. Miss Lillian Lieberman, East Fifh street, entertained at a daning party at her home Friday night. The rooms were attractiely decorated with garden flowers.
1919-08-17_10 Duluth News Tribune - - 1919-8-17 Miss Rose Meyers, Eas Seventh street, will entertain next Wednesday at her parents' home.
1919-08-17_10 Duluth News Tribune - - 1919-8-17 Mrs. Joe Boznu will entertain at a party today in honor of her rother Abe Shapiro.
1920-06-16_12 store license to Sam Golden, Sam Shusterman, Albert Boznu - DNT - - 1920-6-16 Grant Licenses To Appliants. Resolutions, Adopted by City Council, Award Permits to 26 in Varied Lines. Second Hand Store Sam Golden 202 Lake avenue South; Sam Shusterman 20 North Fifth avenue West; Albert Boznu, 418 West Superior street.
1920-10-02_3 Duluth News Tribune - - The Curious Reporter. The Question. Should Everyone Aid in Putting the Salvation Army Home Service Campaign "Over the Top."
1920-10-02_3 Duluth News Tribune - - Albert Boznu, ev-A.E.F. serviceman, 418 West Superior street: "Why I don't know how I could begin to repay them for those doughnuts they fed us over in France."
1922-04-09_11 Joseph H. Boznu - DNT - - 1922-4-9 Jos. H. Boznu was fortunate to buy at the trustee's Sale. The Entire High-Grade Stock of Henricksen Jewelers Inc. At a Fraction Of Its Cost!
1922-12-05 Polinsky, Boznu The Albert Company - DNT - - 1922-12-5 Pattison Estate Sells New Jersey Building To Polinsky. Located at lower side of Superior and second avenue West. Polinsky Retires From Jewelry Business. Polinsky turns over his lease and business to the Boznu brothers, who will continue under the firm name The Albert company.
2021-07-28 Robert W. Marans - autobiography - - 2021-07-28 Pioneer in Quality of Urban Life Research: Robert W. Marans - auto biography
1937-12-10_26 Mrs. A. Marans - Detroit_Times - - 1937-12-10 Detroit Times. Matmen to Perform For Babies' Milk Fund. Mrs. A. Marans
1939-01-15_71 Mrs. Albert Marans Infant Service - Detroit_Times - - 1939-1-15 Detroit Times. Bridge Luncheon For Service Group. Mrs. Alberts Infant Service
1956-01-25_16 Judy Bloomfield and Robert Marans wed - Detroit_Times - - 1956-1-25 Detroit Times Judith Ann Bloomfield wed robert Warren Marans son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marans of Lauder avenue. bride is the daughter of the Victor Bloomfields of Marlowe avenue.
1975-02-23_41 Robert Marans - Flint_Journal - - " 1975-2-23 Flint-M symposium to look at quality of urban life. Robert Marans "
1978-07-06_28 Robert Marans - Flint_Journal - - 1978-7-6 Flint \ Journal. Population boom in two counties has residents of area worried. Robert W. Marans.
1939-02-21_8 Eleanor Pecha wedding attending Siegel and Marans - Saginaw_News - - 1939-2-21 Saginaw News. Eleanor Pecha Becomes Bride. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marans attend.
1902-10-04 Duluth News Tribune - - Mr. Max Cohen and family went over to Eveleth Wednesday for a visit.
1902-10-04 Duluth News Tribune - - Mr. Rabin went over to Virginia Wednesday for a few days on business.
1902-10-04 Duluth News Tribune - - Miss Rose Karon was over from Evleeth Monday visiting with friends and took in the dance.
1902-10-04 Duluth News Tribune - - J. Satler (Sattler?) of Duluth transacted business in town a few days this week.
1903-12-30_8 Rose Karon-Eveleth Mr. and Mrs. W. Simon - DNT - - 1903-12-30 Mr. and Mrs. W. Simon are entertaining Miss rose Karon, of Eveleth.
1904-01-24 Eveleth, Max Shapiro building lien - DNT - - 1909-1-24 Shapiro Asks For New Trial. Eveleth Man Would Recover Money Paid Out on a Lien. Max P. Shapiro. Shapiro built a store building at Eveleth for Burchell. Lien attached by Paine & Nixon company for materials furnished.
1904-03-03 Eveleth, Max Shapiro, building - DNT - - 1904-3-3 Fails To Secure Another Trial. Understood That Max Shapiro Will Appeal His Case.
1922-12-23_5 Ann Siegel - - 1922-12-23 Eveleth: Students To Give A Play. Rabbi E. F. Freier. Bernice Weiner, Ann Siegel, Rosalyn Eillis, Meyer Perlman, Ruth Feldman, Simon Sax, Gertrude Siegel, Jake Weinberg. - Duluth News Tribune
1913-08-14_8 Mrs. A. Siegel 3 children Superior, WI - - 1913-8-14 Grand Forks Daily. Mrs. A. Siegel and children drowned. Superior People, Who Have Often Visited in This City, Victims of Accident in St. Louis River. Visited Mr. and Mrs. Max Rabinovich. Mrs. Louis Larsky and daughter Nettie, also of Superior and Miss Clara Goldstein were also drowned in the accident. Mr. Matt Siegel, a brother-in-law of Mrs. Max Rabinovich was thrown from boat, but did not drown. Seven out of fourteen thrown into the water were saved. - Grand Forks Daily Herald
1915-01-04_8 Fargo marriage of Miss Delia Levits to H. T. Bearman - - 1915-1-4 Fargo: Miss Maybelle Greenberg of St. Paul, arrived in the city Sunday and Elias Siegel of Superior, Wis. attending marriage of Miss Delia Levits of this city to H. T. Bearman of Minneapolis. Max Siegel's home. Miss Greenberg is a niece to Mr. Bearman and Mr. Siegel is an uncle of Miss Levitz. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Harris sister of Mr. Bearman, of Minneapolis, Mr. Harris is an assistant coach at the state university. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bearman, brother to groom. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bearman, parents of the groom. Louis Bearman, brother to groom. Miss Marion Baernstein-Minneapolis. Mrs. Sam Greenberg, a sister of the groom of St. Paul. - - - Note spellings of surnames in article may be errors. Bearman and Baernstein. -Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1906-03-23_2 Eveleth,Max P. Shapiro, building - DNT - - 1906-3-23 High Price For Lot In Eveleth. Max Shapiro Reuses Offer of $300 Per Front Foot-Will Erect Building.
1907-05-04_3 Cloquet, David Shapiro, grand larceny, new write up - DNT - - 1907-5-4 Shapiro Faces Charges Of Grand Larceny.
1907-08-27_3 Eveleth, Sam Shapiro - DNT - - 1907-8-27 Eveleth: Shapiro Gets Verdict Against J. W. Falk.
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-11-24 Miss Silberstein's dinner for Miss Cora Shapiro and Dr. Lefkowitz.
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-11-24 Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Shapiro sent out invitations for wedding of their daughter Miss Clara Shapiro and Dr. Maurice Lefkovits. Rabbi Lowenthal of Nashville, Tenn.
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-11-24 Mrs. L. S. Loeb hosted three parties this week. tea and bridge parties.
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-11-24 Miss Irene Wetzler, 1024 East Second street, entertained at luncheon yesterday in honor of Miss Claira Abraham, Miss Clar Shapiro and Miss Rose Krojanker.
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News Tribune - - 1907-11-24 Charity ball. Miss A. D. Goodman, Mrs. T. J. Davis. Mrs. J. P. Gordon, Mrs. L. S. Loeb, B. Silberstein, A. W. Hartman, J. T. Gordon
1907-12-05_4 Cora Shapiro marriage to Rabbi Morris L. Lefkovitz - DNT - - 1907-12-5 Miss Shapiro Is Bride Of Rabbi. Prominent Jewish Girl and Rev. Morris L. Lefkovitz United in Marriage. Miss Cora Shapiro, daughter of M. P. Shapiro and Rev. Morris L. Lefkovitz. Temple Emanuel. Rabbi I. Lowenthal of Nashville, Tenn. Bertha Stein of Chicago; Miss Bella Shapiro of St. Paul; Miss Elsie Silberstein; Ruth Freimuth; Lyllan ? Shapiro; Leo Shapiro; Carl Shapiro; Hugo Kohn; Richard Freimuth; Harry Levy. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hess; Mr. and Mrs. H. Risser-Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Siegel-Washburn, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Baer-St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. P. Shapiro-St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. J. Lefkovitz-Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Sol Reiser-Chicago; Mrs. A. Stein-Chicago- Rae Shapiro; Sue Shapiro-St. Paul; Bertha Stein-Chicago; Mr. Len Shapiro-Eveleth; Mr. Roy Stein- Chicago.
1910-12-11 Esther Shapiro Abraham Rocklin Chicago wedding - DNT - - 1910-12-11 Miss Esther Shapiro and Abraham Rocklin of Chicago were wedded Tuesday at the Synagogue. They will be at home in Chicago, Ill.
1912-06-11_ Karon - DNT - - 1912-6-11 Over Two Hundred Students Finish Work in Grade Schools this Week. Carpenter School: Henry Kaner, Bert Karon-treasurer, Isadore Karon-vice-president, Abraham Shapiro, Jacob Weiss.
1913-01-05_S. Y. Josephs and L. M. Shapiro dry goods store - DNT - - 1913-1-5 New Business Block for Superior; Josephs & Shapiro Will Build. S. Y. Josephs and L. M. Shapiro have taken a 50-year lease on the site adjoining their present location and by July 1 will have erected there-on a two-story building connected with their present dry goods store in order that they may better handle their increased business. the firm will put in a larger stock, and when the new structure is completed, they will have one of the finest storerooms in this part of the state. It will be so constructed that additional stores can be added when necessary. - - - It is only five years since Mr. Josephs started in business in Superior. The present location has long been too small for the business which the firm is doing. Last September the firm incorporated and took in L. M. Shapiro, who will be associated with Mr. Josephs in the new enterprise. the splendid basement in the new store has brought many inquiries from people who desire to rent this portion of the building. It will be one of the finest in the city. - - - Sketch of how the new building will look when completed. Boston Building.
1908-04-26_2 Max Louis Zalk Josephs property 513 West Superior cropped - DNT - - 1908-4-26 513 West Superior Street sol by Louis Rocheau to H. Y. Josephs, Max and Louis Zalk of Duluth Iron & Metal company for $27,500 or $1,100 a front foot. one-story frame building 25 x 100 feet. Investment purposes.
1921-01-20_6 Boston Store Superior, WI Josephs Shapiro brothers sell to Charles Linee - DNT - - 1921-1-20 Charles Linee Buys Out Josephs Co., In Superior. manager of Roth Brothers store. S. Y. Josephs company Boston Building company Thirteenth street and Tower Avenue. Retiring from active business to manage large financial holdings. Mr. Josephs came to Superior in 1908 and with Shapiro brothers erected the present Boston building.
1883-08-04_ Eddie Silberstein celebrates tenth birthday (1) - DNT - - 1883-8-4 Last evening Eddie Silberstein gave a party at his father's residence on Second street in celebration of the tenth anniversary of his birth day. Thirty-five children, boys an girls, were present, and if little folks ever had a good time these had last night. After games out of doors there was dancing in the parlors, and then lots of good things to eat. - - - In another place this morning Jos. Silberstein advertises business suits made to order for $28. Joe means business. - - - Persons returning from Fargo and Winnipeg report that the former is dull and later duller. - - - Yesterday Sebania Kippa, a Russin Finlander, twenty-three years of age, applied to the clerk of the court for first papers of citizenship. After getting them, he asked for and procured a marriage license, by virtue of which he will become the proud husband of Mrs. Kristina Trunva, a widow of Fond du Lac, thirty-four years old, owner of a farm, and mother of six children, four of whom are yet living. Kippa probably thinks the farm is worth it.
1883-09-16_ Opening of Silberstein and Bondy - DNT - - 1883-9-16 Don't Forget. To attend the grand opening at Silberstein & Bondy's on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 17th and 18th. - - - Look Out! For the grand fall and winter opening of Dry Goods, Millinery, which takes place at Silberstein & Bondy's on Monday and Tuesday Sept. 17th and 18th. - - - The Opera. For a nice Opera Bonnet, Shawl or Fan go to Silberstein & Bondy's. - - - A Grand Sight. Will be seen at the grand opening of fall and winter goods, on Monday and Tuesday next, at Silberstein & Bondy's.
1883-07-13_ S. Levy, Kentucky buys Blue Grass whisky wholesale - Duluth_Weekly_Tribune - - 1883-7-13 S. Levy has gone to Kentucky to buy Blue Grass whisky by wholesale.
1917-05-04_11 Tau Sigma Delta honorary architectural fraternity - AJW - - 1917-5-4 American Jewish World. Win Engineering Honors. Annual Cap and Gown day celebration in the armory of the University of Minnesota. J M Levin and seeman Kaplan
1913-4-13 Lillian Fostof wed S J Bennett - DNT - - 1913-04-23 The wedding of Miss Lillan Fostof to S J Bennett, boht of this city will take place this afternoon, Rabbi teplitz officiating.
1913-4-13 Mae Levy wed Maruice Kornfelt - DNT - - 1913-04-23 The wedding of Miss Mae Levy to Maurice Kornfelf of Great Falls will be held at the residence of the birdes parents Mr and Mrs P. H. Levy.
1912-11-29_2 Kornfeld robbery after fire cropped - Ely_miner - - 1912-11-29 Ely. After The Police. Officer Muhich to Answer Kornfeld Charges. After Nov. 15th fire, Kornfeld was assaulted, insulted, hooted and jeered at by a party of 150 children and men. Laughed at by the officers. Officer Muhvich paid no attention to the riotous conduct. Police force of the city of Ely was not doing its duty.
1912-12-02_3 H. Kornfeld in need of protection - DNT - - 1912-12-2 Ely Policeman On The Carpet. Charges Filed Against Officer Muhvick by H. Kornfeld, Alleging Laxity in Duty.
1920-01-23_5 Morris Bourgin 415 Sheridan St. Furs dealer ad - Ely Miner - - 1920-1-23 Ely Ad Morris Bourgin. 415 E. Sheridan St. Notice Trappers. Fur.
1923-11-02_6 Morris Bourgin moving to Bloomenson Building - Ely Miner - - 1923-11-2 Ely. Ad Morris Bourgin moving business to Bloomenson Building from Second Avenue East and Sheridan Street.
1924-05-30_6 Gordon Bros., Philip Rosenbloom, Morris Bourgin, Harry Burgin store - Ely Miner - - 1924-5-30 Ely. Notice Merchants agree to close their stores at 7pm except Saturday and paydays of Oliver Iron Mining company. Gordon Bros., Philip Rosenbloom, Morris Bourgin, and Harry Burgin.
1928-02-03_6 Morris Bourgain operation - Ely Miner - - 1928-2-3 Ely. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin, returned Sunday from Rochester where Mr. Bourgin underwent an operation at the Mayo hospital. Mrs. Philip Rosenbloom spent a few days with her son Dr. S. S. Rosenbloom and family, at Duluth last week. The town of Ely began in 1889.
1928-02-10_6 Dave Bourgin son of Morris - Ely Miner - - 1928-2-10 Ely David Bourgin who is a student at the university of Minnesota spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin.
1928-02-10_6 Harold Rosenbloom - Ely Miner - - 1928-2-10 Ely. Harold Rosenbloom of Duluth is making a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rosenbloom.
1928-06-08_9 Dave Bourgin graduates from Univ of Minn - Ely Miner - - 1928-6-8 Ely. Mrs. Morris Bourgin and son David, left sunday for Minneapolis where David will graduate Monday from the University.
1928-10-05_8 Bourgin ad - Ely Miner - - 1928-10-5 Ely.Ad Morris Bourgin, shoes and hosiery.
1928-11-09_6 David A. Bourgin opens law office at Virginia - Ely Miner - - 1928-11-9 Ely. Cards have been received in the city announcing the opening of law offices at Virginia by David A. Bourgin of this city, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin. His many friends wish him success in his new undertaking.
1929-02-22_6 Dave Bourgin marries Lillian Ellis - Ely Miner - - 1929-2-22 Ely. David Bourgin of Virginia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin of this city, was married Tuesday, February 19, to Miss Lillian Ellis of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, formerly of Eveleth, at Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Bourgin will make their home at Virginia.ext
1929-02-22_6 Mrs Philip Rosenbloom - Ely Miner - - 1929-2-22 Ely. Mrs. Philip Rosenbloom was a guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Rosenbloom, at Duluth last week.
1929-05-31_6 Louis Gornick buys Morris Bourgin business - Ely Miner - - 1929-5-31 Ely. Announcement! Louis Gornick purchased the stock and business of Morris Bourgin. 209 East Sheridan Street.
1930-03-28_6 Morris Bourgin opens Vogue Shoppe - Ely Miner - - 1930-3-28 Ely. Ad. Morris Bourgin The Opening of the Vogue Shoppe. Grahek Building, 205 East Sheridan St. Ladies and Girls Ready to Wear and Furnishings.
1938-09-22_8 Frank Bourgin Ely Junior College Duluth State Teacher College - Ely Miner - - 1938-9-22 Ely. Frank Bourgin on Faculty of State Teacher's College. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin, instructor of social science in the Ely Junior College, added to the faculty of the Duluth State Teachers' college, social science instructor, political theory, doctoral thesis on National Planning in American Political Theory. B. A. degree University of Minnesota, graduating magna cum laude. Master's Degree at Claremont college on Pomona campus, California. Taught there for three years, established an adult education forum in the community. Held fellowships at the University of Minnesota nd the University of Chicago, doctorate at Chicago with Dr. Charles Edward Merriam, member of National Resources committee.
1938-10-27_5 Harry, Morris, and Emil Bourgin - Ely Miner - - 1938 10-27 Ely. Hello, Stranger-The Stranger Was Harry Burgin's Brother Who Had Not Seen in 30 Years. Mrs. Harry Burgin, Morris Bourgin, Emil Burgin, lived in Brooklyn, N.Y. Emil and Harry had not seen each other for 30 years. Now lives in Bridgeport, Conn. Came to Duluth with Jack Burgin, a nephew. Made special trip to Ely to visit brother.
1938-11-10_9 Simon Bourgin Labor Relations Reporter Bureau of national Affairs - Ely Miner - - " 1938-11-10 Ely. Simon Bourgin, who has been with the Chicago Federation of Tax Administrations for the past three months, is home for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin. He leaves tomorrow for Washinton D.C. where he will be on the staff of the Labor Relations Reporter, issued by the Bureau of National Affairs. "
1942-07-30_8 Ad Bourgin Building for Rent - Ely Miner - - 1942-7-30 Ely. Ad. For Rent. Store or Office on Ground Floor of Bourgin Building at 209 E. Sheridan St. Morris Bourgin care Northland Bldg. Virginia, Minnesota. - - - Note: Looks like Morris is living in Virgina, but still has business dealings, real-estate in Ely. 52 miles away.
1942-12-31_5 Pfc. Simon Bourgin visiting Camp Lee, VA - Ely Miner - - 1942-12-31 Ely. PFC.Simon Bourgin Here. from public relations office at Camp Lee, Va. was in the city last week visiting friends. He was on a furlough visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin at Virginia and came here to see old school mates.
1943-05-20_6 Mrs. M. Bourgin obituary - Ely Miner - - 1943-5-20 Ely. Mrs. Bourgin Dies At Virginia Sunday. Mrs. Morris Bourgin, a former resident of this city, died Sunday at a Virginia hospital after a long illness. the Bourgin family resided here for over 30 years where Mr. Bourgin was in the clothing business. In the fall of 1940 Mr. and Mrs. Bourgin moved to Virginia. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sons, David A., an attorney t Virginia, Frank P. of Chicago, and Cadet Simon E. with the army at Camp Lee. Va. two grandchildren also survive. Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday morning at Virginia at the B'nai Abraham synagogue. Burial was in the Adas Israel cemetery, Duluth. - - - Also of interest: Ration Calendar for sugar, coffee, meats, canned goods, shoes, fuel oil, gasoline, tire inspections.
1943-11-11_5 Morris Bourgin deer hides ad - Ely Miner - - 1943-11-11 Ely. Ad for Deer Hides. Morris Bourgin 207 East Sheridan Street.
1909-01-02_3 (1) Eveleth Sam White - DNT - - 1909-1-2 Brith Abraham Election. Eveleth: The election officers of Brith Abraham lodge Monitor Hall resulted as follows: Sam Siegel, president, Charles Levant, vice president, Harry Levant, recording secretary, Morris Stein, financial secretary, Jacob Stein, treasurer, Frank Weyenberg, outside guard, Sam White, Morris Feldman and Abe Rubenstein were chosen trustees for one year. the installation of officers will be held Jan. 19, and that night a grand ball will be given at Walon Lahde Hall.
1910-03-06_7 Gilbert Sam White Hebrew ad Social Political club - DNT - - 1910-3-6 Gilbert: New Club Formed. Marach 1. A club to be known as the Hebrew Social and Political club" has been formed here with R. Ellis as president; Sam White, vice-president; Alexander Shapiro, treasurer and Sam White, Alexander Shapiro and Harry Glazer, trustees. the first social will be held tomorrow night when there will be a basketball game and dance.
1916-06-03_12 Sam White and James Crane motor to Tower - DNT - - 1916-6-3 Gilbert, Minn. James Crane and Sam White motored to Tower Sunday.
1913 Frankell Marion Wade Oberlin College in Ohio - - 1913 Oberlin College in Ohio graduation photo. Frankell Marion Wade.
1912-12-31 Gilbert, photo, 1912 athletic dept., William Medalie (1) - DNT - - 1912-12-31 Gilbert School Football Team to Lose Several of Its Best Players Nex Year. Photo.
1913-5-22 Gilbert, Lazarus Medalie, high school play (1) - DNT - - 1913-5-22 School Actors In 'The Princess' east High School Class to Present Tenyson's Masterpiece on Saturday Night. Training drills under the supervision of Miss Frankell Wade
1912-12-22_6 Gilbert Frankell Wade - DNT - - 1912-12-22 Annual Exodus Of The Teachers. Members of Gilbert's Public School Faculty Go to Homes For the Holidays. Frankell Wade, Oberlin, Ohio - - - Note: The teachers came from all over! The person listed right before Frankell is Lula Van Patten, Appleton, Wis. I was born in Appleton.
1913-03-15_3 Gilbert Frankell Wade - DNT - - 1913-3-15 Musical Treat In Store For Range Enthusiasts. Gilbert: Miss Frankell Wade.
1913-05-27_3 Gilbert Frankell Wade - DNT - - 1913-5-27 Children Plan Big Festival. Gilbert, McKinley and Neighboring Schools to Have Elaborate may Celebration. Several Hundred Pupils In Patriotic Spectacle. Affair Will Take Place on Memorial Day and Will Be Noteworthy. Swedish dances in costume will be given by students of the Gilbert grades under the direction of Miss Frankell Wade, physical director for girls.
1913-09-01_5 Gilbert Frankell Wade - DNT - - " 1913-9-1 Instructors Named For Gilbert School. Physical training girls, Frankell Wade. "
1913-12-17_ Gilbert Frankell Wade - DNT - - 1913-12-17 Gilbert High School Students To Present Comic Opera Tonight. Chorus-Frankell Wade.
1917-12-09_ Jimmy Azine - DNT - - 1917-12-9Jimmy Azine is written up frequently. Third avenue East, first fight in a Duluth Alley, sold newspapers, bought candy for his mother. posters adertised him as he coming king of the bantam weights. Left Duluth two years ago.
1910-11-27_3 D. Applebaum dancing academy - DNT - - 1910-11-27 D. Applebaum ad for dancing.
1912-01-04_4 Ada Azine Calumet_News - - 1912-1-4 Calumet News Azine-Glass Wedding. Marriage of Hancock Merchant to Young Lady at Duluth. William Glass, of Glass Brothers store, Hancock, and Miss Lena Azine of Duluth which took place Tuesday afternoon: The wedding of Miss Lena Azine and William H. Glass of Hancock, Mich. took place Tuesday evening at 5:39 at the Jewish Synagogue, Rabbi W. Kissin officiated. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Ada Azine as maid of honor and Miss Bessie Horwitz of Hancock, Mich., birdesmaid. D. J. Azine was best man and Mendel Glass was the usher. After the ceremony the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Azine of 314 East First street entertained a party of eighty at supper and a dance at the old Masonic temple. La Brosse's orchestra furnished the music. The out-of-town guests were A. B. Liebermann, Watertown, Wis.; J. B. Azine of Houston Texas; Jacob Azine, Denver, Col.; Max Azine, Portland, Or.; W. C. Horwitz, Chicago and W. C. Max of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Glass left for the East and will be home in Hancock after April 15.
1971-02-08_20 Ben Azine obituary Chicago_Daily_News - - 1971-2-8 Chicago Daily Azine, Ben. of Parkview Home, beloved son of the late Louis and Jennie Azine, fond brother of Gertrude A. (Harry) Shapiro, Lena A. Glass, of Indianapolis, Ida A. (Marvin)Shapiro, of Duluth, Minn., the late Edith A. Friedman and Nathan M. Azine, devoted uncle of many nieces and nephews, Series and Internment Duluth, Minn., Shiva in Duluth, Minn. Internment Weinstein Bros. RO1-2400
1911-04-30_2 Lena Azine William H. Glass engagement - DNT - - 1911-4-30 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Azine, 314 East First street have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lena Azine to William Howard glass of South Range. the date for the wedding has not been set.
1912-01-07 Lena Azine William H. Glass wed - DNT - - 1912-1-7 Lena Azine weds William H. Glass of Hancock, Mich. Adas Israel synagogue.
1919-07-22_7 Mrs. Max H. Yettra Margaret Azine of Chicago - DNT - - " 1919-7-22 Mrs. Max H. Yettra (Margaret Azine of Chicago is spending several weeks with her paents Mr. and Mrs. James Azine. "
1917-12-09_ Jimmy Azine 2 - DNT - - 1917-12-9 Jimmy Azine. The Twin Ports will be pulling for the Duluth boy-Azine-who made his first start in this city and who first saw daylight in a residence on Third avenue East. Azine had selling newspapers and spent the first penny, his mother gave him for candy, in a Duluth store. Since leaving Duluth, two years ago, Jimmy was advertised as Duluth's boy and in every city, he fought the posters advertised him as the coming king of the bantamweights and after each fight he reserved a warm sot i the hearts of the lovers of clean and fast fighting.
1918-05-30_7 Gertrude Azine sister Calumet, Mich - DNT - - 1918-5-30 Miss Gertrude Azine, 420 First avenue West, is the guest of her sister at Calumet, Mich.
1911-04-30_2 Lena Azine & William H. Glass engagement - DNT - - 1911-4-30 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Azine, 314 East First street have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Lena Azine, to William Howard Glass of South Range. The date for the wedding has not been set.
1971-02-08_20 Ben Azine obituary - Chicago Daily News - - 1971-2-8 Azine, Ben, of Parkview Hom, beloved son of the late Louis and Jennie Azine, fond brother of Gertrude A. (Harry) Shapiro, Lena A. Glass, of Indianapolis, Ida A. (Marvin) Sahpiro, of Duluth, Minn., the late Edith A. Friedman and Nathan M. Azine, devoted uncle of many nieces and nephews. Services Duluth, MN.
1912-01-07 Lena Azine & William H. Glass wed - DNT - - 1912-1-7 Tuesday, Miss Lena Azine became the bride of William H. glass of Hancock, Mich. Mrs. Glass is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Azine, of 314 East First street. Rabbi W. Kissin, of Adas Israel synagogue Miss Ada Azine was maid of honor and the bridesmaid was Miss Bessie Horowitz of Hancock. D. J. Azine attended the bridegroom. Mendel Glass acted as usher. A party of eight was entertained at a dance and supper at the old Masonic Temple for which music was furnished by La Breosso's orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Glass, after a short trip through the east, will be at home at Hancock.
1916-07-26_7 Louis Azine Mrs. William H. Glass Floerence Bertha Theresa Glass - DNT - - 1916-7-26 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Azine, 420 First avenue West, have as their guests their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. William H. Glass and Florence Bertha, also Miss Theresa Glass of South Range, Mich., who arrived by boat yesterday.
1919-03-09_ Mrs. Louis Azine Mrs. Harry C. A. Freeman - DNT - - 1919-3-9 Mrs. Louis Azine First avenue West, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry C. A. Freeman (Edith Azine) in Des Moines.
1920-01-03_5 Mr. an Mrs. Louis Azine. - DNT - - 1920-1-3 Mrs. William Howard Glass of Hancock, Mich., and Mrs. Harrit Friedman, Des Moines, Iowa are guests at the home of their parents Mr. an Mrs. Louis Azine.
1920-01-03_5 Mrs. Max H. Yettra - DNT - - 1920-1-3 Mrs. Max H. Yettra of Des Moines, Iowa, is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Azine, East Fourth Street.
1920-01-11 Louis Azine obituary - DNT - - 1920-1-11 To Hold Funeral Monday. the funeral of Louis Azine, age 51?, 420 First avenue West, a pioneer furniture dealer and resident of Duluth for 33 years, was held Monday. Mr. Azine is survived by his wife an children, Mrs. William H. Glass of South Range, Mich., Mrs. H. A. Friedman Des Moines, Mrs. H. A. Shapiro, Ben Nathan an Ida Azine of Duluth.
1917-06-23 Mrs. Morton M. Azine Charlotte Azine Morris Azine - DNT - - 1917-6-23 Mrs. Morton M. Azine of 513 Second avenue East, entertained at a theater party last night at the Rex in honor of Miss Batonick of New York. there were eight i her party: Miss Harriet Markowitz, Miss Ruth Raihill, Miss Minnie Brusso, miss charlotte Azine, Miss Sara Liberman, Miss Ida Azine and Mrs. P. Averbrook. Luncheon was served afterwards at Huot's.
1912-02-03_7 David Azine - DNT - - 1912-2-3 Fined for Contempt. David Azine, a resident of West Duluth, an alternative 10 days in county jail, failure to appear before referee in bankruptcy proceedings.
1916-07-25_7 Miss Ida Tibel Berkson - DNT - - 1916-7-25 The Osewa club will have its regular meeting tonight at the home of Miss Ida Tibel Berkson, 613 East First street.
1916-07-25_7 Mrs. J. Brusso - DNT - - 1916-7-25 Birthday Celebrated At Informal Affiar. Mrs. J. Brusso, 222 East Second street, entertained Sunday in honor of her daughter, Minnie's birthday anniversary. Miss Rose Coran, Miss Ida Tibel Berkson, Miss Lillian Lieberman, Mrs. M. Stein of Gilbert, diamond ring from mother, Mrs. Morton N. Azine, Miss Dora Simon, Miss Ruth Raihill, Miss Della Fox, Miss Hatti Markowitz, Miss Ruth Siegel, Miss Minnie Averbrook, Miss Charlotte Azine, Al Loffalmacher, G. W. Lorence and A. J. Brusso.
1917-08-19_8 Morton M. Azine exempt from service - DNT - - 1917-8-19 Third District, exempt Morton M. Azin. Certified for service Charles Albert Freeman. - - - Interesting paragraph regarding Len Song, Chinese born in this country claims exemption because he is supporting three children and a mamma in China. Government decreed that dependents not in the United States could not be recognized as a valid cause for exemption.
1900-06-21_8 Mr .and Mrs. Louis Azinsky assaulted - DNT - - 1900-6-21 Four Assault Cases. Thomas Rohan Charged With Disfiguring a Family. Mr. and Mrs. James Azinsky.
1900-07-29_5 Louis Azinsky quarrel - DNT - - 1900-7-29 Charles R. Black, a colored barber, spli a heavy two inch board over the head of Louis Azinsky. 129 first avenue west.
1907-06-08_9 Lena Azinsky - DNT - - 1907-6-8 Eighth Graders Give Interesting Program Washington school. Rachael Zurosky, Sarah Alnovitz, Edwin Berg, Lena Rocklin, Lena Azinsky,
1909-05-11_10 Israel Azinsky 119 Third ave. east 32 obit - DNT - - 1909-5-11 Israel Azinsky, 119 Third avenue east, 32, Liver trouble.
1904-01-06_5 David Casmir - DNT - - 1904-1-6 David Casmir, who has for some time been manager of the Brockton Shoe and Fifth Avenue Clothing companies, has purchas4d the stock of the Eagle Clothing company from B. J. Cook & Co. Mr. Casmir took possession yesterday and will continue the business.
1904-01-06_5 Jack Azinsky second papers - DNT - - 1904-1-6 Second naturalization papers were issued to Jack Azinsky, a former subject of the czar of Russia.
1910-04-22_10 Henry Azinsky pitcher - DNT - - 1910-4-22 Grade School Baseball League Is Organized; Athletic Meet Tonight. Henry Azinsky, pitchers Washington team, elected president.
1910-04-23_ Henry Azinsky - DNT - - 1910-4-23 Washingtons Win Indoor Contests. Pull Out Meet Over Other Grade Schools at Boys' "Gym" by Six-Point Margin. Henry Azinsky (Washington) Pullup and Relay race.
1910-06-12_13 Washington school - DNT - - 1910-6-12 This Is The Week Of "Sweet Girl Graduates" And Commencement. west End Schools-Jackson. Mina E. Abrahamson, Minnie Averbrok?, Lena B. Lieberman, Abe H. Shapiro, Minnie Helstein, Annie R. Oreckovsky. Washington- Henry N. (Newton) Azinsky, Abraham N. Edelson David Dorfman ?, Willliam Salnovitz?, Samuel Sher, Gertrude Azinsky, Sarah I. Goldish, Lena Golkin ?, Edith Karon, Eva Oreckovsky.
1901-11-02_2 son of Mr & Mrs John Azinsky Israel Azinsky - Labor World - - 1901-11-2 Labor world. Son, Isael Azinsky of Mr. and Mrs. J. Azinsky, saved by drowning.
1954-03-03_38 Henry Newton Azine obituary - Atlanta Journal - - 1954-3-3 Atlanta Journal. Azine, The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Newton Azine. Miss Thelma Gail Azine, the two brothers and the eight sisters are invited to attend the funeral of Mr. Henry Newton Azine Thursday afternoon. March 5, 1954, at 1:30 o'clock at the chapel of Henry M. Blanchard & Son. Rabbi Ralph DeKoven will officiate with interment in Greenwood Cemetery.
1910-04-17_4 Henry Azine photo baseball group photo - DNT - - 1910-4-17 Washington Baseball Team photo Bottom row Henry Azine, pitcher. Mike Walt right field
1913-09-02_3 Henry Azine manager of Jimmy Azine boxer - DNT - - 1913-9-2 Trouble Brewing In Featherweight Circles. Henry Azine, manager of Kid Azine, the 115-pound boxer.
1915-10-20_7 Charlotte Azine - DNT - - 1915-10-20 The members of the Osewa club met at the home of Miss Minnie Brusso. 412 Fourth avenue East, last night and elected the following officers: Miss Charlotte Azine, president, Dora Simon treasurer. The class meets every Tuesday night for a social gathering. Miss Ida Berkson, 613 East First street, will be hostess at the next meeting. - - - Note: I finally figured out wat the Osewa club is. It is a sewing group. My great aunt Rose Coran belonged to it. Another article mentions sewing and the name of the club has sew in it.
1915-12-09_7 Charlotte Azine - DNT - - 1915-12-9 The Osewa club will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the home of the president, Miss Charlotte Azine, 513 Second Avenue East. This meeting was postponed from Tuesday night. The guests will take their sewing.
1919-02-25_7 James Azine Margaret Ada Azine - DNT - - 1919-2-25 Mr. and Mrs. James Azine, 215 East Fourth street, announced the marriage of their daughter Margaret Ada to Max H. Yettra of Minneapolis. The ceremony took place Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Yettra left on a trip to Chicago and after March 1 will be home in Minneapolis.
1919-08-19_7 Charlotte Azine Solon Springs camp - DNT - - 1919=8-19 Camping Party Returns Home. Two weeks' camping paraty at Solon Springs. Charlotte Azine of Duluth.
1909-02-22_8 Edith Azine party - DNT - - 1909-2-22 Five Hundred Attend Social. Large Crowd at Function Given by the Duluth Business University. Edith Azine, Annie Coran (my great aunt!), Mamie Caran (s//b Coran, my grandmother!), Rose Silk,
1910-04-17_4 Henry Azine baseball group photo - DNT - - 1910-4-17 Notes: Washington Baseball Team photo. Maybe Earl Goetz left field is Jewish. Henry Azine, pitcher. Mike Walt, right field may be Jewish. Azine is a little fellow, but he is cleaver and cool and in one of the games with the high school he had the fellows fanning the helplessly. I believe that Henry is the brother to Jimmy Azine the boxer, and his manager. I will have to check this. I sent this photo to you earlier. I thought it was a great find. Can you check the names and see if they are from families that are Jewish?
1911-11-08_6 Geodfrey Azine solo - DNT - - 1911-11-8 Y.M.C.A. Pop Is A Big Success. Capacity Audience Witnesses Fine Program of Interesting Features. Miss Kilgour Scores In Scottish Dances. Troubadour Mandolin Club and Game of Volleyball Are Entertaining. Godfrey Azine came out and sang "I Never Kew Anybody Like You." unaccompanied. His solo was a surprise and he was recalled several times.
1913-04-22_6 Geodfrey Azine songs - DNT - - 1913-4-22 Modern Samaritans Give Entertainment. A group of songs by little Godfrey Azine were received with enthusiasm.
1913-09-02_3 Henry Azine manager of Jimmy Azine - DNT - - 1913-9-2 Trouble Brewing In Featherweight Circles. Henry Azine, manager of of Kid Azine, the 115-pound boxer, takes exception to the challenge of Abe O'Neil and trouble is in sight in the feather weight division.
1914-11-25_9 Godfrey Azine songs - DNT - - 1914-11-25 'Kids" Clothed, Feted By Duluth Rotaryians. "Big Brothers", Host at Club. One Lad Gets Christmas Gift for Mother. Just so they would not be completely left out of the program the boys proposed Godfrey Azine as their representative, and a real "little brother"-so little that he had to be stood on a table to be readily seen-astonished everyone with two songs in a wonderful boyish voice.
1915-10-20_7 Charlotte Azine - DNT - - 1915-10-20 The members of the Osewa club met at the home of 'Miss Minnie Brusso, 412 Fourth avenue East, last night and elected the following officers: Miss Charlotte Azine, president, Miss Minnie Brusso, secretary; Miss Dora Simon treasurer. The club meets every Tuesday night for a social gathering. Miss Ida Berkson. 613 East First street, will be hostess at the next meeting.
1915-12-09_7 Charlotte Azine - DNT - - 1915-12-9 The Osewa Club. Event held at home of president miss Charlotte Azine
1917-05-25_4 Godfrey Azine sing solo - DNT - - 1917-5-25 'Y' Plans Benefit For Guard At Dock. Harry Lauder, Second, Will Be One of Features-School Kids, too. Program for Company E., camped at the ore docks. Godfrey Azine will sing popular solos.
1918-01-04_7 Rose Azine Celia Walt childrens Circle - DNT - - 1918-1-4 Children's Circle Formed Ten little girls have formed "Little Band of Fairies," and meet at the homes of the different members to knit wristlets and scarfs for their soldier brothers. they will meet Wednesday at the home of Miss Rose Azine, 215 East Fourth street and met yesterday at the home of Miss Celia Walt, 213 East Fifth street.
1918-02-17_7 Godfrey Azine vocal - DNT - - 1918-2-17 Godfrey Azine will present a vocal solo. Society Metting to be held this week.
1913-01-02_5 engagement of Ross Shavitch o John C. Azine - Fargo Forumr - - 1913-1-2 Fargo: An item of interest to Fargo people is found in The Chicago Daily Tribune of Dec. 31: Mr. and Mrs. I. Shavitch, 4909 Prairie Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ross, to John C. Azine of Fargo, N.D. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1913-03-20_13 John and Dave Azine court date - Fargo Forumr - - 1913-3-20 Fargo: County court Term Is Over. Spring Term of County Court Closed This Morning-Jury Discharged By Judge Hanson-Last Two Cases Were Dismissed. State against John and Dave Azine. Dismissed. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1914-10-13_13 Mrs. John Azine faher Isadore Shavitah of Chicago - Fargo Forumr - - 1914-10-13 Fargo: Former Fargo And Very Near Death. Isadore Shavitsh, formerly of this city, is at death's door in Chicago-daughter, Mrs. John azine, departed for bedside of father. Isadore Shavitsh of Chicago, a former resident of Fargo and prominent in the building of the Jewish Synagogue here and for several years president of the congregation, who has been very ill for the past year and a half is rapidly sinking and his death is hourly expected. His daughter, Mrs. John Azine was summoned by wire to his bedside. Mr. Shavitsh is the owner of a number of store buildings on Front Street and has a large circle of friends and acquaintances here who will regret to learn that he is so low. Mrs. Azine left for the windy city of the Oriental Limited last night. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1914-11-02_8 Mrs. John Azine death of father Chicago - Fargo Forumr - - 1914-11-2 Fargo: Mrs. John Azine arrived home Friday night from Chicago, where she was called three weeks ago by the illness of her father, I. Shavitah, who was dead, however, before she could reach Chicago after receiving the word. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1916-08-01_6 John and Dave Azine moving to Minneapolis - Fargo Forumr - - 1916-8-1 Fargo: Former Fargo Business Men Will Enter Shoe Game in the Mill City-To Have Exclusive Ladies' Store. John and Dave Azine, formerly in business in Fargo as proprietors of the Sample Shoe Store on First avenue north, are in open as exclusive ladies' shoe store at 411 Nicolet Avenue in Minneapolis according to word received here today. both gentlemen are experienced shoe men and will be sure to get their share of the shoe business there. John and Dave, as they were familiarly known here, have a host of friends in Fargo who will wish them every success in their latest undertaking.f
1910-12-07_18 Ads for Jewish businesses) - DNT - - 1910-12-7 Duluth: Cowen & Zimmerman. Interior Decorators, Fine Furniture, Art Novelties. - - - Pittsburgh Coal Co. The Next Cold Wave. - - - A. B. Siewert & Co. Mufflers and Cravats. gloves, huggers, silk hose, half hose. - - - J. M. Gidding & Company. High Class Cloth Coats, Balck Fox Furs. - - - Azine Sample Shoe Store. 231 Central Avenue, West Duluth. located near the Postoffice. Sacrifice Sale of High Class Footwear. Men, Women, and Children's rubbers. - This is just to call your attention that our large bills left our store and they will reach every house of West Duluth hand vicinity, it is recommending you original facts. We are in a critical moment and decided to sacrifice our Holiday profits and to ? in our swell up to date $15,000 Shoe Stock of Men, Women and Children's Rubbers, etc., from the swellest store in the city to a bazar, at this big Slaughter Sale that starts Thursday, Dec. 8th, 9 a.m. Everything will be removed from the shelving to a big Bargain Counter and will be sold at your price. No odds and ends with us, for we are not even one birthday in business. We do not go out of business the old way, to clean up secondhand merchandise; we are her to stay for good and our Shoes made a winner and forced old competition to offer Going Out of Business Sales. Follow the crowd to Azine's Sample Shoe Store, where you will pick your shoe, not from old style, but from the best and swellest that money can buy, at your own price. We must rais a large amount of cash at once. Yours to please.
1912-05-03_11 Azine, the Sample Shoe Man - Fargo Forum - - 1912-5-3 Fargo. Ad. Azine, the Sample Shoe Man. 608 1st Avenue North. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1913-10-04_16 cropped want ad Mrs. J. Azine - Fargo Forum - - " 1913-10-4 Fargo. Wanted A good girl for general housework' two in family' no children' easy work' good home and good pay. Apply Flat 7, Burrell flats, or phone 2201-J. Mrs. J. Azine. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican "
1915-04-21_6 Frank Nelson now with Azine shoes - Fargo Forum - - 1915-4-21 Fargo. Frank Nelson, formerly of the Herbat store shoe department, is now with Azine Bros. in their sample shoe store on First avenue north. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1915-06-24_6 D. J. Azine six weeks shoe market - Fargo Forum - - 1915-6-24 Fargo. Azine To Go East. D. J. Azie, of the Sample Shoe store expects to leave Sunday evening for Boston and New York to purchase his new fall line of shoes. While in the east Mr. Azine will visit the large shoe headquarters. He expects to be gone some six weeks. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1915-07-26_6 Dave Azine talk in east all about war - Fargo Forum - - 1915-7-26 Fargo Dave Azine returned from his buying trip to New York and Boston this morning and is now hard at work in the Sample store. He says the talk in the east is all war and that the talk is interfering with business to some extent. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1915-05-07 - Original news clipping not available - - 1915-5-7 Fargo Ad. Sample Shoe Store. - - - Wed Sunday Evening At Jewish Synagogue. In the presence of fully 300 guests, Miss Anna Kalmann and Solomon Kohn, both of this city, were united in marriage Sunday evening at the Jewish synagogue. Rabby Lask and S. Levin officiating. the ceremony too place at 7:o'clock, instead of 6. as previously announced, and wa marked by the usual impressiveness of the Jewish ritual. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. H. Lerner, the latter a sister of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Weingarten, all of this city. - - - Shortly after the service at the synagogue, a reception was held at the Lerner home, 208 Front Street, at which about twenty-five couples were guests. A very enjoyable evening was spent there, as da? nice wedding collation was served. - - - Mr. and Mrs. Kohn are to reside at the William Block home, on Fifth street south, where hey are located now, and have many friends here. The bride has made her home in Fargo, with Mr. and Mrs. H. Lerner, ever since coming to this country three years ago from Russia. Mr. Kohn has been in America eight years, coming here from Roumania and locating first in New York City. From there he went to St. Paul, and later came to Fargo several years ago, holding fine references from every place he has worked in all those cities. He is in the employ of the Fargo Clothing Bazaar at present. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1904-09-02_6 Ellen Marcus opens school - Ely Miner - - 1904-9-2 Ellen Marcus opens school. From Duluth, going to Fall Lake district.
1917-07-01_8 Givovski letter to brother Marcus from Russia - DNT - - 1917-7-1 Letter Says 'Glad To See Czar Work' J. Marcus Hears From Sister Regarding Recent Russian Revolution. Epistle Is Uncensored. "We Fear Only Germany," She Writes in Reference to Happiness. Written in Yiddish language or Hebrew.
1919-03-30_4 (1) Dr. I MarcusYiddish speaker - DNT - - 1919-3-30 Judge Pam, Dr. Marcus To Tell Of, Jes' Hopes. Zionist Organization of Duluth Plans Mass Meeting Tonight on Current Themes. Dr. Lefkovits is Chairman. Sol Bublick, president of the Duluth Zionist organization.
1919-09-15_7 Elsie Marcus, Lipman - DNT - - 1919-09-15 Miss Marcus A Guest. Miss Sara Litman. 1415 Eleventh street. Miss Marcus will attend the Superior normal where she will graduate this year.
1903-09-04_6 Ellen Marcus from Duluth teaching in Two Harbors - Ely Miner - - 1903-9-4 Ely: Miss Ellen Marcus, of Duluth arrived Saturday and at once left for Fall lake where she opened school Monday morning with 26 children enrolled. This school is located in Lake county and is part of the Two Harbors district.
1904-09-02_6 Ellen Marcus opens school - Ely Miner - - 1904-9-2 Ely: Miss Ellen Marcus returned from Duluth Saturday and opened school in the Fall Lake district Monday
1905-06-23_6 Ellen Marcus Stillwater visit - Ely Miner - - 1905-6-23 Ely: Miss Ellen Marcs Left for Stillwater Monday for an extended visit.
1905-06-23_6 Ely Miner - Ely Miner - - 1905-06-23 Deputy Sheriff Sig. Levy was up from Duluth this week collecting delinquent personal property taxes.
1905-06-23_6 Ely Miner - Ely Miner - - 1905-06-23 M. Blumberg, formerly on the Ely Times and also of the firm of Blumberg & Krohn, was in the city yesterday renewing acquaintances. Mr. Blumberg is now traveling for a silk house and sold goods to Ely merchants. His many friends were pleased to see him.
1928-01-20_6 Marjorie Kernes nice of Mike and Louis Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1928-1-20 Miss Marjorie Kernes of Duluth is the guest of her aunts, Mrs. Mike and Mrs. Louis Gordon.
1928-09-07_10 Mrs. Louis Gordon and Mrs. Mike Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1928-9-7 Mike Gordon and Louis Gordon motored to International Falls this week
1928-09-07_10 Mike and Louis Gordon motor to International Falls - Ely Miner - - 1928-9-7 Mrs. Louis Gordon and Mrs. Mike Gordon returned last week after spending a week with friends at Minneapolis
1928-12-28_7 Mrs. Louis Gordon Mrs. Mike Gordon attend Duluth wedding - Ely Miner - - 1928-12-28 Mrs. Louis Gordon and Mrs. Mike Gordon attended a wedding of a friend in Duluth Tuesday. - - - In other news - Electric Lamp Progress. perfected in 1900. industrial age, today greatly increased and cheaper light. - - - Indian summer first used in the 18th century. Pennsylvania, New England, New York, Canada, England. Horace Walpole used term in 1776.
1929-06-28_6 Dr. George Milavetz Dentist - Ely Miner - - 1929-6-28 Ad Dr. George Milavetz Dentist. 2 East Sheridan Street, over Ely Table Supply-formerly Dr. McCarty's Office
1929-06-28_6 Mrs. Louis and Mike Gordon shipwreak - Ely Miner - - 1929-6-28 Have Harrowing Experience. Mrs. M. Gordon and Mrs. Louis Gordon, Ely delegates to the 8th District Meeting of Federated Women's Club at International Falls. Rainy Lake, Backus boat in rough waters. Helped by summer cottager on an island.
1930-01-17_2 Dr. Rabbi B. Mints of Winnipeg visits - Ely Miner - - 1930-1-17 Jewish Rabbi Visits Dr. Rabbi S. Mintz of Winnipeg. Jewish National Fund of America. Palestine. Louis Gordon.
1927-03-04_6 Ida Abrahamson - Ely Miner - - 1927-3-4 Mrs. Mike Gordon has as her guest Mrs. I. Milavetz of Virginia.
1927-03-04_6 Mrs. Mike Gordon and Mrs. I. Milavets of Virginia - Ely Miner - - 1927-3-4 Ida Abrahamson is a guest at the wedding of Mrs. James Peyla.
1927-05-20_8 Mrs. Mike Gordon bridge - Ely Miner - - 1927-5-20 Three tables of bridge in honor of Mrs. elden Ellefson. Mrs. Mike Gordon.
1927-07-15_6 Mrs. Ben Milavetz of Virginia, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1927-7-15 Mrs. Ben Milavetz of Virginia house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gordon.
1927-09-09_6 Miss Lillian Rosenbloom and Miss Helen Patlow - Ely Miner - - 1927-9-9 Miss Lillian Rosenbloom and Miss Helen Patlow of Gilbert spent the week and in the city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phili Rosenbloom.
1927-09-09_6 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goldstein of Duluth guests of I. L Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1927-9-9 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goldstein of Duluth were visitors over Sunday and Monday as the guests of Mrs. I. L. Gordon.
1927-11-04_8 Mr and Mrs Philip Rosenbloom - Ely Miner - - 1927-11-4 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rosenbloom and son, Herbert, motored to Gilbert Sunday to visit their daughter, Miss Lillian Rosenbloom.
1927-11-04_8 Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1927-11-4 A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gordon Thursday morning, November 3, at the Shipman hospital.
1930-10-31_10 Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1930-10-31 Mr. and Mrs. M. Gordon, a son.
1931-12-11_5 Anita Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1931-12-11 Serve as jurors. Herbert Rosenbloom, Mike Gordon - - - Also - Sophomore Anita Gordon
1932-12-30_6 Greting ad Mike Gordon Clothing - Ely Miner - - 1932-12-30 Ad Greetings Clothing Mike Gordon
1933-06-30_6 Louis Gordon ill - Ely Miner - - 1933-6-30 Mrs. Louis Gordon and Mike Gordon are in Duluth Sunday to visit Louis Gordon who is ill at St. Mary's hospital.
1933-09-15_5 Ad Mike Gordon Clothier - Ely Miner - - 1933-9-15 Ad Mike Gordon Clothier It Pays To Dress Well Let Us Supply Your Needs Clothier
1933-12-22_7 Ad Mike Gordon gifts for men - Ely Miner - - 1933-12-22 Ad You'll find a variety of Gifts for Men at Mike Gordon
1934-06-08_2 Anita Gordon salutatory address - Ely Miner - - 1934-6-8 High School-Junior College Commencement Neat Affair. Program Presented Thursday Evening Applauded by Crowd that Filled the Auditorium to the Doors-156 From High School and College. Miss Anita Gordon's daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon made the salutatory address. Miss Gordon gave a very fine talk in which she spoke feelingly of the schools, the teachers, and the board of education, not forgetting to pay tribute to the parents and the audience. photo Anita Gordon.
1934-06-29_6 Mrs. Mike Gordon letter to Ely Miner press PTA secretary - Ely Miner - - 1934-6-29 The Ely Miner, Gentlemen: We wish to express our sincere appreciation for all the publicity for have given so freely to the activities of the Ely Parent-Teachers Association. Thanking you for past favors, we remain, Sincerely, Mrs. Mike Gordon, Secretary. Ely Parent-Teachers Association.
1934-11-16_6 Peoples' Department Store Louis Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1934-11-16 Mrs. Philip Rosenbloom has returned from Duluth where she spent some time at the hospital. She is very much improved. - - - Also - Advertising matter has been distributed calling attention to the sales being conducted by the Peoples' Department Store and Louis Gordon.
1935-05-24_8 Joseph Cohen, Louis and Mike Gordon Morris Bourgin - Ely Miner - - 1935-5-24 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen and family of Duluth were Ely visitors over Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin and family at Birch Lake dam on a picnic and fishing trip.
1935-08-15_8 Anita Bubley guest of Louis Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1935-8-15 Miss Anita Bubbly (Spelling) of Duluth is in the city for a visit. She is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon.
1935-12-19_12 ad Louis Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1935-12-19 Ad Louis Gordon Joyful Christmas Season's Greetings
1937-04-15_11 Lilith, Female Demon In Jewish folklore - Ely Miner - - 1937-4-15 Lilith, Female Demon In Jewish folklore, Lilith is a female demon equivalent to the English vampire. - - - Also - Ad. Dr. G. Milavetz Dentist. Office in the James Building. Phone 504
1937-04-15_11 Milton Gordon son of Louis Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1937-4-15 Ely Contestants Win Second Places in Contest. Milton Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon of this city, took second place in the Junior High School subdistrict declamatory contest held at Soudan, Thursday, with his offering, "Bankrupt Leadership" in the oratorical division. Eugene Shull of International Falls took first in the division with "The Big Parade."
1937-06-10_8 Louis Gordon Rochester Mayo Clinic, operation - Ely Miner - - " 1937-6-10 Louis Gordon left Saturday for Rochester where Mr. Gordon underwent a major operation at the Mayo Clinic. "
1937-09-30_6 Mrs. Louis Gordon Mrs. Mike Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin - Ely Miner - - 1937-9-30 Mr. Louis Gordon, Mrs. Mike Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bourgin attended the I. Milavetz funeral at Duluth on Sunday. - - - Note: I like the Greyhound Line Bus Ad.
1937-09-30_6 Sam Cohen - Ely Miner - - 1937-9-30 Sam Cohen of Duluth was a business visitor in Ely several days this week
1938-12-08_7 Ad Louis Gordon - Ely Miner - - text
1938-03-17_2Harold and Milton Gordon Sophomores - Ely Miner - - 1938-3-17 Name School Honor Rolls. High School Honor and Near Honor Students Announced for Jan. 31 to Marc. 11. Sophomores: Harold Gordon and Milton Gordon.
1938-04-07_5 Anita Gordon Honore at University of Minn education - Ely Miner - - 1938-4-7 Miss Anita Gordon Honored at University. Pi Lambda Theda, honorary education fraternity. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon.
1938-06-16_10 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon son Milton and Anita Gordon - Ely Miner - - 1935-6-16 Louis Gordon and son Milton, and Mrs. Mike Gordon returned Tuesday after attending the graduation exercises at the University of Minnesota where Anita Gordon was one of the honor graduates.
1938-06-16_10 Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Kaner of Eveleth - Ely Miner - - 1938-6-16 Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Kaner of Eveleth were in the city, Sunday, for a visit at the home of Mrs. Kaner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rosenbloom.
1938-08-11_6 Louis Gordon ad - Ely Miner - - 1938-8-11 Ad Philip Rosenbloom Mother Goose Shoes for the Whole Family. - - - Also - Ad: Louis Gordon 429 East Sheridan St.
1903-08-24_ William Oxman - DNT - - 1903-8-24 Woman Fights With A Burglar. Marauder Runs Into Arms of Officer and Is Caught. Mrs Annie Oxman and son Joseph in New York
1931-12-31 Fire at Lurye furniture store - - 1931-12-31 Fire at Lurye furniture store. Sam Lurye, president of the store said that none of the stock could be saved.
1915 Duluth Directory - - 1915 Duluth Directory Rose Garish, several Garons including Abraham, Julius, Himan, Israel, Jacob, Moses, Tobias
1913-05-22_9 Mrs. Frank Garish - DNT - - 1913-5-22 West Duluth Briefs. Mrs. Frank Garish, who has been at Winnepeg is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Batley, 110 North Fifty-fourth Avenue West. Mr. and Mrs. W. Carey of Seattle, were also guests at the Batley home this week, en route to Detroit Mich. where they will make their home.
1916-07-18_7 Rose Garish - DNT - - 1916-7-18 Mrs. H. Casmir, 420 third avenue East entertained at dinner for the following Sunday night: Mr. and Mrs. S. Kassmir, Mr. and Mrs. C. Lavick, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lavick, Mr. and dMrs. S. Casmir, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerness, Mrs. S. Prinz and son of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mrs. Levy and daughter of St. Paul, Miss Ida Kassmir, Miss Rose Garish, Miss Sadie Fostoff, Miss Sara Kassmir, George Casmir and Arthur Mark.
1917-05-11_7 Rose Garish and Arthur Mark - DNT - - 1917-5-11 Miss Rose Garish Is Bride of Arthur Mark. The marriage of Miss Rose Garish, 401 East Ninth street, to Arthur mark, took place at 8 o'clock Wednesday night at the home of the bride, the service being read by Rabbi Israel Teplitz. Miss Betty Arinovich and Henry Garish, brother of the bride, attended the couple. Allan Rachlin sang "O Promise Me" before the ceremony and Chauncey Miller of Eau Claire, Wis., pianist, and George Casmier, violinist, played Medelsohn's "Wedding March." - - - The bride wore a gouwn of white satin and carried a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley. Her veil formed a train. The brindesmaid was gowned in pink taffeta and she carried pink roses. - - - A supper for 50 guests followed the ceremony. - - - Mr. and Mrs. Mark left for a trip in the east and after June 1 will make their home in Duluth.
1917-05-13_6 Mrs. Arthur Mark, Rose Garish photo - DNT - - 1917-5-13Wedding Event Of Wednesday. Photo. Mrs. Arthur Mark (Miss Rose Garish). Rose Garish, formerly of St. Paul. Rabbi Teplitz. Miss Betty Arnovitz, Miss Lena Sosnosky, Henry Garish, brother of the bride, best man. Chauncey Miller, pianist. George Casmir violinist. Mr. b. Miller, Chauncey Miller, Harvey Miller of Eau Claire, Wis. Mrs. H. Krelof and daughter, Miss Aberley Krelof of Milwaukee.
1917-05-19_10 A. Garish - DNT - - 1917-5-19 St. Paul Couple Return Home After Visit Here. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mark of St. Paul have returned home after a several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lavick ? North Central avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Mark are returning from their honeymoon, their marriage taking place Thursday, May 19?, in St. Paul. Mrs. Mark was formerly Miss Hannah Ash, a popular young woman o that city. Mr. Mark, who is Mrs. Lavick's cousin, is connected with the well-known Myron jewelry firm of St. Paul. Mrs. Lavick's brother, Arthur Mark, a well-known business man of West Duluth, and his bride, have just returned from their wedding trip and are established in their new home. 1920? North Fifty-sixth avenue West. Mrs. Mark was formerly Miss Rose Garish, her marriage taking place May 9.
1917-05-13_6 Miss Lillilan Laskey - DNT - - 1917-5-13Miss Lillilan Laskey, 1210 West First Street, visited Twin Cities, Brother, student at the university
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1902-10-04 Duluth News-Tribune - - 1902-10-4 Mr. E. Light of Duluth was in town the forepart of the week on business.
1902-10-04 Duluth News-Tribune - - 1902-10-4 Mr. Rabin went over to Virginia Wednesday for a few days of business.
1902-10-04 Duluth News-Tribune - - 1902-10-4 J. Satler of Duluth, transacted business in town a few days this week.
1902-10-04 Duluth News-Tribune - - 1902-10-4 Miss Rose Karon was over from Eveleth Monday visiting with friends.
1903-12-30_8 Rose Karon-Eveleth Mr. and Mrs. W. Simon - DNT - - 1903-12-30 People You Know. Mr. and Mrs. W. Simon are entertaining Miss rose Karon, of Eveleth
1904-01-24 Eveleth, Max Shapiro building lien - DNT - - 1904-1-24 Shapiro Asks For New Trial. Eveleth Man Would Recover Money paid Out on a Lien. Max P. Shapiro, of Eveleth, has filed notice of a motion for a new trial and the suit begun by him in district court against H. C Burchell and others recover money paid out on a lien. Shapiro built a store building at Eveleth for Burchell and the other defendants in the action, and it was attached by Pain & Nixon company for some material furnished the defendants. Shapiro was compelled to pay the amount, and he sued the recover it.
1904-03-03 Eveleth, Max Shapiro, building - DNT - - 1904-3-3 Fails To Secure Another Trial. Understood That Max Shapiro Will Appeal His Case.
1918-12-09_3 Abe Shapiro. - DNT - - 1918-12-9 Duluth Relatives See Information About Abe Shapiro.
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1906-03-23_2 Eveleth,Max P. Shapiro, building - DNT - - 1906-3-23 Eveleth: High Price for Lot in Eveleth. Max Shapiro Refuses Offer of $300 Per Front Foot-Will Erect Building.
1907-05-04_3 Cloquet, David Shapiro, grand larceny, new write up - DNT - - 1907-5- 4 Shapiro Faces Charge of Grand Larceny. David Shapiro
1907-08-27_3 Eveleth, Sam Shapiro - DNT - - 1907-8-27 Eveleth: Shapiro Gets Verdict Against J. W. Falk.
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News-Tribune - - 1907-11-24 Miss Silberstein dinner for Miss Cora Shapiro and Dr. Lefkowitz.
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News-Tribune - - 1907-11-24 Mrs. Max P. Shapiro Thursday issued invitations for the wedding of their daughter Miss Clara Shapiro to Dr. Dr. Maurice Lefkovitz.
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News-Tribune - - 1907-11-24 Mrs. L. S. Loeb was the hostess at a series of three parties this week. On Tuesday afternoon she gave a tea, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon bridge parties.
1907-11-24_2 Duluth News-Tribune - - 1907-11-24 Miss Irene Wetzler, 1024East Second street, entertained at luncheon yesterday to honor at Miss Claire Abraham, Miss Clara Shapiro and Miss Rose Krojanker.
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1907-12-05_4 Cora Shapior marriage to Rabbi Morris L. Lefkovitz - DNT - - 1907-12-5 Miss Shapiro Is Bride Of Rabbi. Prominent Jewish Girl and Rev. Morris L. Lefkovitz United in Marriage. Miss Cora Shapiro, daughter of M. P. Shapiro. Rabbi I. Lowenthal of Nashville, Tenn. Miss Bertha Stein of Chicago, Miss Bella Shapiro of St. Paul, Miss Elsie Silberstein, Ruth Freimuth, Lylian Shapiro. Loe Shapiro, Carl Shapiro, Hugo Kohn, Richard Reimuth, Harry Levy. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. a. Hesa, Mr. and Mrs. Siegel, Washburn, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. I. Baer-St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. P. Shapiro-St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lefkovitz of Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Reiser-Chicago, Mr. A. Stein-Chicago, Miss Rae Shapiro and Miss Sue Shapiro-St. Paul, Miss Bertha Stein-Chicago, Mr. Leo Shapiro-Eveleth, and Mr. Roy Stein of Chicago.
1910-12-11 Esther Shapiro Abraham Rocklin Chicago wed - DNT - - 1910-12-11 Miss Esther Shapiro and Abraham Rocklin of Chicago were wedded Tuesday at the Synagogue. They will be at home in Chicago.
1912-06-11_ Karon - DNT - - 1912-6-11 Over Two Hundred Students Finish Work in Grade Schools This Week. Carpenter School: Henry Kaner, Bert Karon, Isadore Karon, Abraham Shapiro, Jacob Weiss.
1912-06-30_4 This is Rose Coran, not Karon - DNT - - 1912-6-30 Note: We already have this one. Miss Rose Karon photo is labeled incorrectly. This is my great aunt Rose Coran Simon. President of Young Girl's Industrial Society. rose Coran president, Ruth Siegel secretary, Edith Karon treasurer, Mary Simon, Ida Berkson, Bessie Simon, and Fanny Weinberg.
1913-01-05_ S. Y. Josephs and L. M. Shapiro dry goods store, - DNT - - 1913-1-5 New Business Block for Superior; Josephs & Shapiro Will Build. rendering of building. S. Y. Josephs andL. M. Shapiro.
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1913-03-24_ Golden Rule, Abe Shapiro baseball manager - DNT - - 1913-3-24 Shapiro May Be Rules' Manager. Last Year's Semi-Pro Baseball Champions Will Reorganize. Golden Rule store.
1913-03-26_ A. Shapiro Golden Rule Baseball manager - DNT - - 1913-3-26 A. Shapiro Is made manager. Golden Rule Baseball Team Last Years Champions, Are Reorganized. Captain to Be named At Meeting Next Week. Schedule-Making Is already Under Way and Two Games Are Already in Sight.
1915-05-14_ Chisohlm, Simon Shapiro department store fire (1) - DNT - - 1915-5-14 Fire Destroys Chisholm Store. Shapiro & Sons' Mercantile Establishment Prey Of Flames.
1916-02-22_7 Dr. Emanuel Z. Shapiro and Miss Edna M. Baker wed, photo - DNT - - 1916-2-22 Dr. Shapiro And Bride Snapped On Honeymoon At Minneapolis. Dr. Emanuel Z. Shapiro and Mrs. Shapiro (Edna M. Baker) Judge Bert Fesler, Dr. Horace s. Davis, Mrs. Davis. Bride was a nurse at St. Mary's hospital for a year and through her profession she met her husband. Home in Granville apartments.
1916-05-26_7 Lillian Shapiro daughter of Max Shapiro - DNT - - 1916-5-26 Miss Lillian Shapiro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shapiro, 2420 East Fourth street, has returned from Washington, D. C. where she has been attending Martha Washington seminary.
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1916-08-06_ Eva Shapiro noise damage - DNT - - 1916-8-6 Asks $10,000 Of City As 'Balm'. Mrs. Eva Shapiro Alleges Blasting at Point of Rocks Shattered Her Nerves.Payrolls Are Passed. Claims Aginst the City Aggregating $15,000 Were Filed Yesterday. March 21, 1916 on Third street and Mesaba avenue.
1917-03-15_3 Morris Levy, Jacob Shapiro reunited with sister - DNT - - 1907-3-15 Search Rewarded. Morris Levy. Photo. Rich Merchant Finds Sister in Zenith City. Mrs. Jacob Shapiro Proves to Be Much-Sought-for Relative of Morris Levy. Jacob Shapiro.
1918-09-22_5 Dr. E. Z. Emanuel health care free clinic - DNT - - 1918-9-22 Vice Disease To Be Treated Free. Duluth Health Department to Open Clinic-Dr. Shapiro to Be in Charge.
1918-12-09_3 Abe Shapiro, Chicago river - DNT - - 1918-12-9 Duluth Relatives Seek Information About Abe Shapiro.
1919-01-19 Gurtrude Azine and Harry Shapiro wed write up - DNT - - 1919-1-19 Miss Azine Will Marry. Harry Shapiro, Groom; Wedding to Take Place Today. Gertrude Azine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Azine 420 First avenue West. Harry Arthur Shapiro. Adas Israel synagogue. Rabbi A. B. Sakslow and Rabbi. Teplitz. Miss Minnie Averbrook, Miss Ida Azine, Bessie Shapiro, Florence Glass, Harris Shapiro. Guests: Mrs. William Glass and children, Florence Glass and Alfred Glass of South Range, Mich. Mrs. Harry A. Friedman of Des Moines, Iowa, Mrs. Samuel Weiss of St. Paul, Max Yetra of Minneapolis and David Azine of Minneapolis.
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1919-06-08_6 Dr. E. Z. Shapiro Y.W.C.A., venerial social deseases - DNT - - 1919-6-8 Dr. E. Z. Shapior will show slides on venereal diseases at the Y.W.C.A. Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. the films are made up of cases in social diseases that have come to Dr. Shapiro's attention while in Duluth. No children will be admitted.
1919-12-08_3 Dr. E. Z. Shapiro, health department - DNT - - 1919-12-8 Venereal Clinic Needs New Home to Aid Patients. Growth In Year Shows Lack of Quarters to Accommodate Women, Dr. Shapiro Says. 200 patients a week. benefits poorly paid employes, municipal and juvenile courts. Sixteenth avenue East and London road.
1919-12-12_2 Dr. E. Z. Shapiro, spoke on venereal disease - DNT - - 1919-12-12 Dr. Shapiro of this city speaks today at new Lyric performances of "The End of the Road." For women only. Duluth Free Venereal Clinic.
1920-10-15_4 Commercial Club Dr. E. Z. Shapiro elected president - DNT - - 1920-10-15 Medics Oppose Law Aimed to Aid Employes. County Society Elects Dr. Shapiro President; Hears Group of Addresses.
1920-12-09_4 Dr. E. Z. Shapio, Rotary Club - DNT - - 1920-12-9 Dr. Shapiro to speak. The entire program of the rotary club this noon will be devoted to consideration of the problems of :Public Health week.: Dr. E. Z. Shapiro will be the speaker.
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1922-09-10_7 Miss Florence Shirley Shapiro teacher, photo - DNT - - 1922-9-10 Duluthian to Teach in Platte. Photo. Miss Florence Shirley Shapiro. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shapiro. East Second street. Head of the English department in high school. Platte, S. D. Downer college-Milwaukee, graduate of the University of Minnesota.
1915-01-08_2 Sam and Abraham Shapior - Echo_de_l'ouest - - 1915-1-8 Echo de l'Ouest Abrahaham Shapiro printing business, Minneapolis.
1906-04-06_6 Rose Karon Sam Shapiro marriage - Ely_miner - - 1906-4-6 Ely Miner, Rose Karon and Sam Shapiro marriage.
1896-11-07_6 St. Paul pawnbrocker Louis Shapiro - Minneapolis_Journal - - 1896-11-7 An Alleged Fence: Louis Shapiro of St. Paul Aarrested on a Serious Charge. Burglars "Peached" On Him. The Prisoner Displays Wonderial Ignorance Even as to His Own Address. pawnbroker
1906-01-10_8 Abraham Shapiro - Minneapolis_journal_ - - 1906-01-10 Abraham Shapiro - Minneapolis Journal
1915-05-28_4 Abraham Shapiro - Virginia_enterprise - - 1915-5-28 Virginia enterprise. Abraham Shapiro. Attended a picnic.
1909-06-23_3 Isadore Karon - DNT - - 1909-6-23 Keewatin Decides To Celebrate July Third. Commercial club Isadore Karon
1912-04-06_3 Isadore Karon fire chief of villge - DNT - - 1912-4-6 Keewatin Appointments Are Delayed A Week. New Council. Isadore Karon. fire chief.
1912-11-10_ Isadore Karon - DNT - - 1912-11-10 Miss Rose Jaffe, daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. R. Jaffe was married to Isadore Karon of Keewatin. Miss An Markus Duluth, Miss Arah Rudnitsky Duluth Miss Sarah Karon, Alex Jaffe brother of the bride.
1914-03-27_14 Isadore Karon citizenship - DNT - - 1914-3-27 Isadore Karon admitted citizenship.
1915-12-04_9 Isadore Karon - DNT - - 1915-12-4 Round robin Final will Clsoe Series. Central High Squads to Clash in Postponed Game Monday. Interclass Come Next. Mandy Rosenberg, M. Karon, J. Garon.
1916-04-29_12 Isadore - DNT - - 1916-4-29 Baseball Series Will Start Monday. Central High School Isadore Karon-Senior.
1916-05-02_10 Isadore Karon track - DNT - - 1916-5-2 Forty names For Track Team Recommended By Coach Blake. Principal Young Will Return List After Approving athletes today-School Wants to Send a Full Team to Minneapolis, But Finances Are Bothering. Isadore Karon
1916-05-27_12 Isadore Karon - DNT - - 1916-5-27 Duluth Central Team Off to Meet. Coach Blake Expects Local Athletes to make Fine Showing at Minneapolis. Isadore Karon
1916-06-18_4 Isadore Karon - DNT - - 1916-6-18 Harold Cavaaugh Is '17' Track Leader. Isadore Karon
1907-04-26_6 Ad Louis Finn photo - Virginia Enterprise - - 1907-4-26 Virginia Enterprise: Through a deal closed on Friday last A. Kellar local manager of I. Hammel Co., purchsed the fine southside residence property of Jacob Stein, the price of the transaction involving $4,000. Mr. Stein and family will shortly remove to Duluth, where they will make their future home.
1911-05-19_13 Louis Finn Salesman for garments - Virginia Enterprise - - 1911--5-19 Virginia Enterprise: Louis Is Again On Deck. Mr. Finn on the road as traveling salesman for Western Garment Manufacturing Co. of Milwaukee. He arrived in the city a week ago and makes Virginia his range headquarters. - - - Ad for Shaenedling Clothing Co.
1907-04-27 - original clipping not available - - 1907-4-27 Virginia Enterprise: Ad: Office of Louis Finn. Barum of Advertisers. 208 East First Street Duluth, Minn. Any Storekeeper wishing to raise money fast will please drop me a line. Louis Finn The Barnum of Advertisers. Photo.
1907-09-06_9 Virginia Enterprise - - 1907-9-6 Virginia Enterprise: J. Mesberg Furniture and Hardware, ad Virginia and Eveleth.
1907-09-06_9 Virginia Enterprise - - 1907-9-6 Miss Goldie Finn, of Eveleth, was the guest of her father, Louis Finn, the cyclone sales-maker, the first of this week. Mr. Finn at present conducts a closing-out sale for the Siegel Bros. Funiture store.
1907-09-06_9 Virginia Enterprise - - 1907-9-6 Mrs. H. J. Nathanson returned Wednesday from an extended western trip, visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Shipley at North Yakima, Wash., and with other old Virginians during her absence. Mr. Nathanson went to Duluth to meet her upon her return trip.
1919-09-26_75 Louis Finn military - AJW - - 1919-9-26 American Jewish World: Miliary List. Louis Finn from Virginia, MN and many more. This is a good list by city. Amazing how many Jewish men served in World War I.
1927-09-29_6 Maurice Weinberger - - 1927-9-29 Askov American: Maurice Weinberger, superintendent of the village school. Willow river. - - - A. Markus was in Duluth Tuesday and Wednesday to celebrate the Jewish holidays. Askov and Bruno, Minnesota. - - - Highway Traffic Growth continues. Increase by 12% - - - After School, What! commercial, agricultural, industrial. business college, agricultural college, State University. Trades and industries, printing, automobile work, machine shop, carpentry, electrical work, sheet metal, drafting, highway construction. Work with hands as well as heads. Dunwoody institute training.
1907-06-09_8D Louis Finn Louis Gordon - DNT - - 1907-6-9 Tower: Louis Finn is here to take charge of the closing out sale at Louis Gordon's which begins June 10.
1907-10-22_3 Finn - DNT - - 1907-10-22 Eaveleth: One More Candidate For Municipal Judge. Louis Finn.
1908-07-27_5 Louis Finn, Goldstein - DNT - - 1908-7-27 Former Justices Use The Strong Right Arm. Louis Finn, one time justice of peace at Ashland, Wis. Isaac Goldstein was seen in walk up the street with Finn's divorced wife. Fist fight. Goldstein was once a justice of peace in Wisconsin. Finn was taken into custody at Virginia.
1922-09-22_41 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ornstein and son Harding - AJW - - 1922-9-22 American Jewish World Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ornstein and son Harding.786 Aurora Ave. Cordial Greetings of the season to their relatives and friends. (This is Karen's aunt and uncle from St. Paul, MN)
1895-06-03_8 Sarah Orenstein and James Orenstein wedding - DNT - - 1895-6-3 Imposing Wedding The Ceremony Conducted According to the Picturesque Jewish Custom. the Word Of God Is Come. Eloquent Sermon Delivered at the Cummings Avenue Church-Notes. - - - Marriage of Miss Sarah Oreckovsky of this city and James orenstein of Stillwater was celebrated yesterday. Rabbi Mochim, Miss Anna Scheckman, Miss Mary Rosenthal, Miss Ida Harris, Miss Jennie Orenstein, Miss Anna Sipkins, Jennie Borenstein. Guests Mr. and Mrs. M. Orenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Harris, L. F. Orenstein, William Orenstein, William Harris, Miss Jennie Orenstein, Miss Ida Harris, Miss Anna Scheckman, Miss Mary Rosenthal, Miss Anna Sipkins of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Orenstein of Ashland, Wis.
1916-11-07_7 Lean Zein and Max Orenstein wedding - DNT - - 1916-11-7 Orenstein-Zein Wedding Sunday. Miss Lena Zein daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Zein to Max Orenstein, Talmud Torah Hall. Dora Zein, Ida Orenstein, Robert Schway of St. Paul, J. Klezner of Minneapolis, Guests: Mr. and Mrs. M. Orenstein, Miss Ida Orenstein, Mr. and Mrs. I. Gunman, Miss Fannie Glunman, Mr. and Mrs. N. Lepoetzky of St. Paul, Mrs. Steinman, Miss Mary Steinman, mr. and Mrs. Kloezner, Arthur Fleischner of Minneapolis.
1917-08-08_4 Max Orenstein - DNT - - 1917-8-8 Orenstein Released Under $100 Bond. Max Orenstein. running a gambling house.
1919-12-29 Joseph Ornstein to Marie Coran ml - DNT - - 1919-12-29 Joseph S. Ornstein, 21, to Marie Coran 25. Marriage Licenses
1902-11-09_22 Jenette Orenstein and Maurice Simon marry - St Paul Globe - - 1902-11-9 St. Paul Matrimonial. Miss Jenette Orenstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Orenstein of East Tenth street and Maurice Simon of Duluth married. Sons of Zion synagogue Rev. D. Arohnson, Mrs. H. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. D. Simon of Eveleth, Miss Elinor Greengaard, William Orenstein, Master William Harris, Annette and Maymie, engagement of William Orenstein and Miss Greengard announced. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. I. Simon of tower, Mr. and Mrs. William Simon of Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. D. Simon of Eveleth, Mr. and Mrs. J. Simon of tower, Mr. and Mrs. S. Kovial of Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. L. Oreck of Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. L. Neurcarisky of Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Simon will be home in Duluth.
1896-07-04_17 The Great Easterner Kastriner and Neuman ad - - 1896-7-4 Labor World. The Great Eastern, West Duluth Ad. Kastriner & Neuman - - - Also: This one was funny! Benson's Detective Agency: I am now prepared to submit a daily typewritten report of my operations in detail in any and all cases I may undertake. You then know what you are paying for. No guess work here. I shall endeavor to ascertain facts and facts only. No divorce cases handled. All matterst strictly confidential. Rember I am here to stay and while I am out of politcs, I am not out of the business. I am doing business every day in the week.....Robt. A. Benson
1918-04-26_9 Mrs Louis Rubin - AJW - - 1918-4-26 American Jewish World: Mrs. Louis Rubin A Leader in War Work. - - - also - Pogroms Feared In Lithuania.
1916-01-02_3 Rigler Love, Litman, Meyers, Conoral, Stein, Levin, Garnish, Segel, Commesky - DNT - - 1916-1-2 Workmen's Circle In Costume Gives Dance. first annual masquerade ball of Duluth Progressive Workmen's Circle Branch No. 353 Louis Love, Ben Litman, Max Meyers, Max Conoral, Sam Stein, Lena Levine Rose Garvish, Lena Rigler, Sam Segal, Joe Commesky.
1916-05-07_8 Lena Rigler Sunshine Club - DNT - - 1916-5-7 Mothers Day Program At Adams School Friday. - - - also -Sunshine Club Meets Informally. Lena Rigler, Emma Lambert.
1917-04-08_2 Lena Rigler - DNT - - 1917-4-8 June Bride Honored By Afternoon Card Party. Miss Betty Arnovits, Lena Sosnosky, Rose Garish, Ida Karsner, Ruth Siegle, Mr. and Mrs. H. Casmir, Mr. and Mrs. A. Friss, Mrs. A. Mark, Mrs. M. Sosnosky, Mrs. M. Garish, Miss Sara Rachlin, Doris Simmonds, Leona Cohn, Eva Winer, Martha Fostoff, Eva Sosnosky, Gertrude Flint, Ida Berkson, Lena Rigler, Lena Gotkin, Ida Kassmir, Doris Kahl, Dena Danieko, Frances McCoy, Bess Goldin, Ethel Rocklin, May Cohn, Arthur Mack, Chauncey Miller, Ben Sanders, George Casmir.
1917-04-17_14 ml Rigler and Zalk - DNT - - 1917-4-17 Marriage Licenses. Edward Zalk and Lucille Howe,. Samuel Leveson and Lena Rigler
1916-11-24_11 American Jewish World - - 1916-11-24 American Jewish World: Mrs. Siegelbaum, Grand Avenue, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Shapiro in Virginia, MN.
1916-11-24_11 American Jewish World - - 1916-11-24 American Jewish World: Mrs. M. Lefkowitz and Miss Elsie Silberstein of Duluth are at the Radisson for a week stay.
1916-11-24_11 American Jewish World - - 1916-11-24 American Jewish World: Mrs. Leo Shapiro, Irving south, and little son, leave Wednesday for a visit in Duluth.
1916-11-24_11 American Jewish World - - 1916-11-24 American Jewish World: Xi Psi Theta pledge list. Phillip levin, David Pink, Ben Segal of Minneapolis. Emmanuel Zimmerman, Michael Cohler of St. Paul. Herman Sinaiko, Madison, WI. Abe Salnovitz, Abe Sosnovsky of Duluth.
1907-06-08_9 Salnovitz - DNT - - 1907-6-8 Eigth Graders Give Interesting Program. Sarah Salnovitz, Rachael Zurovsky.
1909-04-14_4 A. and W. Salnovitz - DNT - - 1909-4-14 With The Amateurs. Play Eleven Innings. A. Salnovitz, Walt and W. Salnovitz for the Tigers. Goldfine for the Juniors.
1909-07-04_ A. and W. Alnovitz - DNT - - 1909-7-4 The Maroons defeated the Stars in a fast game yesterday in Mendenhall's field. A. Salnovitz, W. Salnovitz, Azinski, Shapiro.
1909-09-29_6 Sarah D. Salnovitz - DNT - - 1909-9-29 Miss Lena Azine was Surprised by Friends. See long list of friends. Last names include: Shapira, Salnovitz, Cohen, Azine, canfield, Casmir, Finkelstein, Caplov, Altman, Oreckovsky, Rocklin, Light, Sosnovsky, Nusbaum, Oreck, Averbrok, Oreck, Azine, Goldberg, Cohen, Harris, Feldman, Abrahamson, Stern, Nattleson.
1909-10-03_2 Sarah Salnovitz - DNT - - 1909-10-3 Sarah D. Salnovitz Miss Lena Azine surprised by her friends.
1910-03-19_7 Sarah Salnovitz - DNT - - 1910-3-19 Girls Named For Debating Team. High School Tryouts Result in Choice of Young Women to meet West Duluth Orators. Sarah Salnovitz.
1912-07-30_4 Abe Salnovitz - DNT - - 1912-7-30 Passe Temps Entertains. Abe Shapiro, 115 Mesaba avenue., Abe Miller, Abe Salnovitz, etc.
1912-08-18_2 Salnovitz - DNT - - 1912-8-18 Miss Sarah Salnovitz, 606 East Sixth street, entertained Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. William H. Glass of Hancock, Mich. who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Azine of 314 East First street.
1913-04-13 Sara Salnovitz - DNT - - 1913-4-13 Miss Edythe Azine, 7 East Fifth street entertained the Carpe Diem club. Miss Eva Sosnosky, Miss Fannie Altman, Esther Fieldman, Minnie Weinstein, Sara Lavick, Gertrude Josph, Lena Finklestin, Sarah Salnovitz.
1914-12-25_6 J. Salnovitz - DNT - - 1914-12-25 Mrs. theoore Lieberman of ironwood, Mich. visiting her parensts Mr. ad Mrs. J. Salnovitz 616 East Sixth street.
1915-05-20_8 Abe Salnovitz - DNT - - 1915-5-20 Commencement Season For Central High School Seniors Approaches. photo.Louis Altman, Phillip Altman, mary Altman, Alice Daneiko, Mike Daneiko, Edna Freimuth, Benjamin Gingold, Arthur Levy, Mandel Levy, lazer Nusbaum, Henry Olin, Dores Phelps Abe Salnovitz, Lylian Shapiro, Ruth Siegel, Hyman Silk, Bessie Simon, Anna Slonim, Hiram Stenberg, Louis Zalk.
1915-10-13_7 Salnovitz - DNT - - 1915-10-13 Mrs. Theo Lieberman and little son Leonard, of Ironwood, Mich., who have been visiting Mrs. Lieberman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Salnovitz, 616 East Sixth street, and relatives on the range for six weeks, have returned home.
1916-07-06_3 Salnovitz - DNT - - 1916-7-6 Supposed Duluthian Drowns At Bayfield. Seized With Cramps, W. J. Saunders Drowns in Presence of Score of Boys. Bayfield, Wis.from Duluth, worked for Wachmuth Lumber company, - - - Fifteen year old Theodore Klatsky was drowned and William Sanlowitz narrowly escaped a similar fate as he attempted in rescue the lad after he had been seized with cramps while in swimming Tuesday afternoon in Beaver lake. - - - A. J. Katsky, formerly of Duluth, but now of Canosta township, is the father of the boy. Salnowitz is proprietor of the Universal Electric company there.
1916-08-01_7 Salnovitz Lieberman - DNT - - 1916-8-1 Mr. and Mrs. J. Salnovitz, 616 Sixth street are entertaining their daughter, Mrs. Theodore Liebermann and grandson Leonard Lieberman of Ironwood, Mich.
1918-06-09_5 A. Salnovitz draft - DNT - - 1916-8-1 Mr. and Mrs. J. Salnovitz, 616 Sixth street are entertaining their daughter, Mrs. Theodore Liebermann and grandson Leonard Lieberman of Ironwood, Mich.
1913-5-22 Gilbert, Lazarus Medalie, high school play - - 1913-5-22 Gilbert: School Actors In "The Princess" East High School Class to Present Tennyson's Masterpiece Saturday Night. Lazarus Medalie
1912-12-31 Gilbert, photo, 1912 athletic dept., William Medalie - - 1912-12-31 Gilbert School Football Team to Lose Several of Its Best Players Next Year. Photo The 1912 Team. Willam Medalie.
1912-12-22_6 Gilbert Frankell Wade - DNT - - 1912-12-22 Gilbert: Annual Exodus Of The Teacher. Members of Gilbert's Public School Faculty Go to Homes For the Holidays. Frankell Wade, Oberlin, Ohio.
1913-09-01_5 Gilbert Frankell Wade - DNT - - 1913-9-1 Instructors Named For Gilbert School. Frankell Wade-girls physical training.
1913-05-27_3 Gilbert Frankell Wade - DNT - - 1913-5-27 Children Plan Big Festival. Gilbert, McKinley and Neighboring Schools to Have Elaborate May Celebration. Several Hundred Pupils In Patriotic Spectacle. Affair Will Take Place on Memorial Day and Will Be Noteworthy. Frankell Wade. Irish lilts, Maypole drills.
1913-09-01_5 Gilbert - Frankell Wade - DNT - - 1913-9-1 Instructors Named For Gilbert School. Frankall Wade.
1913-12-17_ Gilbert - Frankell Wade - DNT - - 1913-12-17 Gilbert High School Students To Present Comic Opera tonight. Chorus-Frankell Wade.
1912 Gilbert Directory - - 1912 Gilbert Directory Frankell Wade. teacher high school - - - Samuel White Chemist Schley Mine. - - - Frankell Wade marries Samuel White.
1915 Gilbert Directory - - 1915 Gilbert Directory. Frankell Wade, instructor High School. - - - Samuel White, chemist Schley Mne. - - - Frankell Wade marries Samuel White.
1915-01-04_8 Elias Siegel and Maybelle Greenberg at Levitz wedding - Fargo Forum - - 1915-1-4 Fargo: Miss Maybelle Greenberg of St. Paul and Elias Siegel of Superior, Wis. attendees at marriage of Miss Dellia Levitz of this city to H. T. Bearman. Max Siegel's home, Miss Greenberg is a niece of Mr. Bearman and Mr Siegel. Max Siegel iis an uncle to Miss Levits. guests: Mr. and Mrs. Sig Harris, a sister of Mr. Bearman of Minneapolis. Mr Harris is an assistant coach at the state university. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bearman brother, Mr. and Mrs. M. Bearman parents, Louis Bearman brother, Miss Marion Baernstein Minneapolis, Mrs. Sam Greenberg, sister. St. Paul. - Fargo Forum and Daily Republican
1913-08-14_8 Mrs. A. Siegel three children Superior - - 1913-8-14 Grand Forks Daily: Mrs. A. Siegel and Children Drowned. Superior People, Who Have Often Visited in This City, Victims of Accident in St. Louis River. Mr. and Mrs. Rabinovich. Mrs. Louis Larsky, daughter Nettie, Superior, Clara Goldsen drowned. Mr. Matt Siegel, a brother-in-law of Max Rabinovich, also in party, thrown from boat. Seven of the fourteen were thrown into the water and recovered and saved. - Grand Forks Kaily Herald
1913-10-18_3 Van Baalen death scene - San_Francisco_Call_Bulletin - - 1913-10-18 San Francisco Girl Shoots, Man Falls Dying. Tragedy Occurs in Corridor of Market Street Building.Quit Job To marry Him. Van Ballen. Miss Leah Alexander.
1913-10-19_1 Van Baalan shot by Leah A - Augusta Chronicle - - 1913-10-19 Augusta Chronicle: Said He Deceived Her, Fired On Him. San Francisco J. D. Van Baalen, advertising agent. Mrs Leah Anderson (Alexander in later articles). - - - Joseph D Van Baalen (1882-1913) was a son of Rebecca Cohen and Daniel Van Baalen. A descendents list for the Van Baalen family is included with the news article.
1913-10-20_ Van Baalen buried in Duluth - DNT - - 1913-10-20 Body Of Van Baalen Will Be Brought Here. J. D. Van Baalen, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Van Baalen, 524 East Third street. Charles Freimuth, brother-in-law of Van Baalen. Mrs. Van Baalem realizes the affair. Other woman Anderson.
1913-10-26_11 Van Baalen burial - DNT - - 1913-10-26 J. d. Van Baalen funeral son of Mrs. and Mrs. D. J. Van Baalen. 528 East Third street. Maurice Lefkovitz
1913-11-05_ Mrs. Van Baalen - DNT - - 1913-11-5 Faith In Slain Husband Unshaken. Mrs. Van Baalen Quotes Murdered Duluthian About Woman Who Must Answer for Crime. Mrs. Antionette Van Baalen widow.
1914-01-31_ found not guilty Leah A - DNT - - 1914-1-31 Woman Acquitted Of Killing J. D. Van Baalen. Leah Alexander not guilty.
1914-2-3 Joseph Van Baalen, Leah Alexander. - - 1914-2-3 Acquittal of Leah Alexander who killed Joseph Van Baalen. He courted her and told her that he was a single man. They became engaged. They travelled together to Cuba. She then found out that he was married. Unwritten law was featured in the defense. - - - Note: The Van Baalen newspaper stories are real headlines, and perhaps gruesome to read, but I like the idea of there being told in an organized fashion. I am amazed at the national coverage and details written up in the last news article I submitted.
1914-03-13 furs Mrs. Van Baalen refused to pay - DNT - - 1914-3-13 Mrs. J. D. Van Baalen Is Sued At Frisco Widow Refused to Recognize ? for Fur Husband Bought for Another. Miss Leah Alexander of Los Angeles.
1914-05-26_4 insurance policy Leah Alexander and Mrs. Van Baalen - El_Paso_herald-post - - 1914-5-26 El Paso Hearld: Dangerous to Have An Affinity Claims Company Leah Alexander Is Called A Hazard Which Van Baalem Overlooked.
1914-08-31_3 Leah Alexander - Evening_News - - 1914-8-31 Girl Who Shot Her Lover And Was Acquitted Says Notoriety Will Kill Godd Resolutions. Leah Alexander who shot and Killed J D van Baalen was aquitted.
1914-09-30 Leah Alexander makes home in Portland, Ore - Oregonian - - 1914-9-30 Acquitted Woman Is Here. Miss Leah Alexander Comes to Oregon to Make Future Home. Killed Joseph D. Van Baalen unsavory publicity. pleaded temporary insanity. Acquittal Of Leah Alexander Who Killed Van Baalen. Took a Chance When He Said He Was Unmarried. Unwritten Law Was Feature Of This Defense.
Bnai Abraham Temple
1908-05-03_4 Bnai Abraham in Eveleth - DNT - - 1908-5-3 Fifty Will Be Taken Into Bnai Of Abraham. Eveleth: About 50 members of the Bnai of Abraham will be initiated at Eveleth tomorrow. the new members include citizens from all the range towns between Mountain Iron and Aurora.
1909-10-31_6 Bnai Abraham - DNT - - 1909-10-31 Virginia Jews Build Synagogue. Bnai Abraham congregation Begins Work on New $10,000 Building. Corner of Locust street and Cleveland avenue.
1915-09-11 James Golden - DNT - - 1915-9-11 Hurley, Wis. James Golden has accepted a position as chemist with Lerch Bros. at Hibbing, Minn. - - - Social services were held this week at Hurley Jewish synagogue.
1908-12-11_2 Bnai Abraham Congregation purchase three lots - - 1908-12-11 Will Condemn Block 43 For Park Purposes. Council Takes Definite Action in Several Matters of Importance at Tuesday Evening Session. Bnai Abraham purchased 3 lots. The purchase of these lands as named meets with the hearty approval of citizens in general, although the members of the Bnai Abraham Congregation, owning three of the lots in the tract named, are desirous that the proceedings if to include their property, shall also include the remaining six lots in the block. It is understood probable that this objection will be stated by officers of the congregations at the next meeting of the council, Tuesday evening. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-03-01_2 Abraham, Julius, Joseph Garon - - 1912-3-1 Virginia Enterprise: Buy Interest In Chestnut St. Property. Joseph Garon and Morris Soloski of the Golden Rule, on Saturday concluded a deal for the purchase of the interest in the building occupied by them from Abraham and Julius Garon, of Duluth. the property is well located and will always be well worth the price paid. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-03-01_13 Morris Soloski and AnnYessni wedding - - 1912-3-1 Wedded At Bnai Abraham Temple. Morris Soloski and Miss Annie Yessni United in Marriage by Rabbi Teplitz on Sunday Last. Golden Rule Store. Miss Sibyl Yessni, sister of the bride, Julius Solomon best man. Jennie Soloski and Jacob Latz and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Garon. groom's mother, Mrs. F. Soloski, 113 Maple Street. Will make their home on Hemlock Street. The groom is one of the rising businessmen of Virginia, and the Enterprise adds its congratulations to those of other fiends. - Virginia Enterprise
1908-12-25_2 Bnai Abraham ladies musical program - - 1908-12-25 Virginia Enterprise: An Enjoyable Concert. A concert at North Pole Hall. Bnai Abraham congregation, Miss Rose Levinson, Rabby M. Booth, James Lavick, F. Srog, Sam Booth, Morris M. Friedman, Joseph Lippman, Mary Mesberg, Harriet Shanedling, Ruth Kellar, Mindelia and Ruby Friedman. Dance after program. - Virginia Enterprise
1909-01-29_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1909-1-29 Virginia Enterprise: Mr. L. Cohen was the guest of Hibbing friends Monday. - Virginia Enterprise
1909-01-29_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1909-1-29 Miss Minnie Cohen who att4ends the Duluth Normal, spent Sunday at her home in this city. - - - also: Ad J. Mesberg House Furnisher - Virginia Enterprise
1909-01-29_6 Virginia Enterprise - - 1909-1-29 J. Mesberg and M. Shanedling left Tuesday morning for St. Paul, Chicago, New York, and Washington on a stock purchasing trip and for a purpose of attending to other business matters. During their absence they will also attend to the obtaining of plans and specifications for the new synagogue to be erected in this city the coming spring by the Bnai Abraham congregation. - Virginia Enterprise
1909-07-09_2 Bnai Abraham buy lots - - 1909-7-9 Virginia Enterprise: Buy Lots for Synagogue. 2 /12 lots purchased on Locust Street at the corner of Cleveland Avenue. Made of brick. Cost $10,000. The newly organized society have paid for their lots and have in addition nearly or quite the half of the requisite amount for the erection and furnishing of their edifice. - - - also: Ad, J. Mesberg. - Virginia Enterprise
1909-10-08_2 Bnai Abraham work to begin (1) - - 1909-10-28 Virginia Enterprise: Commence Work on New Synagogue. Bnai Abraham Congregation awarded building foundation contract to Rappoport of Chisholm. Cost $12,000. solid brick. Purchased Block 15 and 16 and half of lot 14 in Block 84 of Hemlock and Cleveland. - - - also: Ad, J. Mesberg - Virginia Enterprise
1909-10-29_9 Bnai Abraham building (1) - - 1909-10-29 Virginia Enterprise: The Bnai Abraham Congregation, which erects a handsome synagogue at the corner of Cleveland and Locust was granted permisison for the use of a portion of the street during the term of operation. - Virginia Enterprise
1909-11-05_5 Bnai Abraham permit to build city council - - 1909-11-5 Virginia Enterprise: Bnai Abraham permit to build carried by City Council - Virginia Enterprise
1910-03-25_11 Bnai Abraham near completion - - 1910-3-25 Virginia Enterprise: A Handsome Edifice. Bnai Abraham near completion. later part of April or May. Donations. I. Mesburg and M. Shandling received over $1000. Sears-Roebuck & Co., Jacob Shiff, New York A. Fiter, Duluth and James J. Hill. - Virginia Enterprise
1910-04-01_2 Virginia Enterprise - - 1910-4-1 Virgina Enterprise: Wedded Ten Years. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Milavetz celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary on Sunday last by delightfully entertaining a large number of friends. Among those present from outside the city were Miss Bresky of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wilk and Mrs. Kaner of Eveleth. Bridge was played, the honors being won by Mrs. Jos Roman and Mrs. L. Cohen. All united in wishing the host and hostess many happy returns of the day. - Virginia Enterprise
1910-04-01_2 Virginia Enterprise - - 1910-4-1 Hockey Team Enjoys a Banquet. Gordon Cohen, manager, Jack Goldstein, official rooter. - Virginia Enterprise
1910-04-01_2 Virginia Enterprise - - 1910-4-1 Will Lay Corner-Stone of New Synagogue. Congregation Bnai Abraham. Sunday at 3pm. Lodge of Bnai Brith of Duluth, Rabbi Lefkowitz rabbi of Duluth Temple. Cost about $10,000. credit cogregation for success. J. Mesberg, president, M. Shanedling, vice president, Julius Shanedling, Joseph Roman, H. J. nathason, Samuel Lippman, and J. F. Lavick. - Virginia Enterprise
1910-04-08_2 Bnai Abraham new congregation - - 1910-4-8 Viginia Enterbrize, photo ofBnai Abraham Congregation. Unable to see entire photo. Mesberg ad. - Virginia Enterprise
1911-06-23_2 Temple Bnai Abraham Shandeling wedding - - 1911-6-23 Virgina Enterprise: Shanedling-Feinberg. Brilliant Wedding Ceremony Solemnized on Sunday at Bnai Abraham Temple Is Prsence of Seveal Hundred Assembled Guests. Jeanette Shanedling, daughter of Mrs. S. Shanedling and sister of Morris Shanedling, Julius Shanedling, Harry Shanedling and Henry Shanedling of this city, and Isadore Shanedling of Eveleth, to Mr. Joseph B. Feinberg of Philadelphia. Rabbi Tepletz. Ruth Keller, harriet Simon, Charles Seaman, Meyer Seaman. Mrs. G. Perlman of Eveleth-sister of the bride., Marion Shanedling, Mrs. S. Shanedling, G. Perlman. Miss Henrietta Rodgel of Chicago, Minnie Cohen, Mary Mesberg. Marion Shanedling ring bearer and flower girl. 300 guests. Reception and ball at North Pole Hall. Guests: Leo Rodgef, Steffia Rodgef, Chicago, Mrs. W. Crink of Milwaukee, Miss Margulas of Milwaukee, Mrs. M. Schreider of Minneapolis. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-06-07_2 Marie Mesberg Henry Shandling invites to wedding - - 1912-6-7 Virginia Enterprise: Will Wed On June 30th. Henry Shanedling and Miss Marie Mesberg. Temple Bnai Abraham Sunday June 30th. 6pm. bride is youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mesberg. groom in mercantile business, young man of unquestioned future. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-06-28_Ten guests Shandling wedding - - 1912-6-28 Virginia Enterprise: Many guests from other cities already arrived in Virginia to be in attendance at the Shanedling-Mesberg nuptials, to be celebrated at the Bnai Abraham Temple on Sunday evening next. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-07-05_2 Mesberg Shandling wedding - - 1912-7-5 Virginia Enterprise: Mesberg-Shanedling. Popular Jewish Young People in Wedlock-Hold Big Reception at North Pole Hall. Marie Mesberg and Henry Shanedling. Marie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mesberg and Henry is a member of the firm Shanedling Bros. Bungaloo being built for them on Maple street. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. Chas Lavick, Henry Lavick, Sarah Lavick, Mr. and Mrs. a. H. Polinsky, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oreck, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oreck, Mr. and Mrs. K. Sanders, Solomon Sanders, Harry Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Polinsky, David Frankford, Rabbi and Mrs. Lippleich, Leo Bundy, Leon Ebhart, Duluth; Nellie Cohen-Chicago, Anna Lavick-Chicago, Nathan Niedes-Hibbing, Mr. and Mrs. George Mesberg, Mr. and Mrs. S. Levant, Harry Levant, Florence Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Mantel-Eveleth, Miss A. R. Rosenbloom-St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Glasner-Chicago, Mrs. J. Barron-St. Paul, M. Rabinovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Rubenstein-Gilbert; Lena Cohen-Superior, Fannie Woolfan-Hibbing. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-04-28_7 Ethel Wilk photo Thespians - DNT - - 1912-4-28 Duluth News Tribune: Talented Eveleth Thespians. Ethel Wilk. photo. Bottom row second from right.
1912-09-13_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-09-13_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. C. M. Golden visited with Duluth friends the past week.
1912-09-13_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-09-13_5 - Virginia Enterprise - A doctor will sit down and write a prescription: - - Note: cute article about costs
1912-09-13_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-09-13_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Many of the stores of Virginia closed yesterday and today in honor of the celebration of the Jewish New Year. appropriate services for the occasion are being held at the Temple Bnai Abraham.
1912-10-11_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11_10 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. I. Milavets, of Maple Street, returned yesterday afternoon from a visit with acquaintances at Gilbert. she wass accompanied on her return by Mrs. A. Siegel of Gilbert.
1912-10-11_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11_10 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. S. Sapero and the latter's father, S. Ostrov, of superior, Wis., who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kaster, Sunday, left for Chisholm Monday morning.
1912-10-11_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11_10 - Virginia Enterprise - Classes in Jewish writing an reading have been resumed at Bnai Abraham Temple with Rabbi S. Abramson of Mountain Iron in charge. About tw3nty students are attending the classes, which will be continued throughout the winter and spring.
1912-10-11_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-10-11_10 - Virginia Enterprise - Miss Ethel Wilk, of Beech Street, left yesterday afternoon for visit with Duluth friends and relatives.
1912-11-22_9 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-22_9 - Virginia Enterprise - Jewish Singers Start Practicing For Concert. Many members of the younger set of the Jewish residents of this city have started practicing for the song recital they will give at the Bnai Abraham synagogue in this city, under the direction of Rabi M. Booth and Frank Shrogg, well known vocalists. The singers are practicing daily and will give their concert the latter part of next month. Invitations will be sent out in the various Jewish residents at the range.
1912-11-22_9 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-22_9 - Virginia Enterprise - Mrs. N. Stein and children, Maple Street, returned Friday from a visit at their former home at Aurora.
1914-05-29_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-05-29_5 - Virginia Enterprise - To Observe the Feast of Weeks. Congregation of Temple Bnai Abraham will observe the Feast of Weeks next Sundan and Monday. The Feast of Weeks commemorates the giving of the ten commandments to Moses and Rabbi Silver will conduct special services at Temple Bnai Abraham in observance of the occasion.
1914-05-29_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-05-29_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Will Build New Home. Nathan Stein has awarded to Victor Williams of Duluth, the contract for building a fine new residence at 204 Maple Street. Work begins Wednesday. The house will be all modern and will have 10 rooms.
1914-05-29_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-05-29_5 - Virginia Enterprise - James Lavik is at Ely on business today.
1914-05-29_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - " 1914-05-29_5 - Virginia Enterprise - J. Mesberg was an Eveleth visitor on business last evening. "
1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Soloski yesterday.
1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Ben Milavetz and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keifer returned this morning from a fishing trip to Lake Vermilion.
1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Ben Milavetz and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keifer returned this morning from a fishing trip to Lake Vermilion.
1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. James Lavick and Sam Cohen have returned from a weekend visit at Lake Vermillion.
1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Henry G. Lavick of Duluth was in the city last night, a guest at the home of his brother, James Lavick.
1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-06-26_5 - Virginia Enterprise - Harry Wilke (Wilk?) has gone to Minneapolis where he will have charge of the work of getting out a special football edition for the Minnesota Alumni Weekly.
1914-09-25_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-25_4 - Virginia Enterprise - Morris Levant and William Saari of Eveleth were Virginia visitors Saturday evening.
1914-09-25_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-25_4 - Virginia Enterprise - Miss Louise Carrier of the millinery department of Shanedling Brothers' store at Eveleth, visited here with friends yesterday.
1914-09-25_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-25_4 - Virginia Enterprise - A. Abrahams of Aurora, was in the city yesterday to observe Rosh Hashanah with Virginia friends and attend the services at Temple Bnai Abraham.
1914-09-25_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-09-25_4 - Virginia Enterprise - Ernest Sigel of Dusk & Sigel, is transacting business at the Head of the Lakes today.
1914-10-02_2 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-02_2 - Virginia Enterprise - Subscription for Relief of Needy Hebrews. Closing Services of Fast of Yom Kippur at Temple Baal Abraham. Fund Raised For The Poor In Europe. rabbi Silver Delivers Strong Sermon on Yom Kippur; Lesson in Right Living. Jewish Relief Society in New York.
1914-10-02_2 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-02_2 - Virginia Enterprise - Many Mothers Want Pensions.- - note: I am thinking about the stories that we read where a husband deserted a family. If not taken in by family members, what was available?
1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - Ladies Elect Officers. A meeting of the Ladies' Aid of Temple Bnai Abraham was held yesterday afternoon at the synagogue and elected the following officer: Mrs. J. Lavick Mrs. I. Milavetz, Mrs. Ben Milavtez, Mrs. D. Schapiro, Mrs. J. Silver, Mrs. H. Shanedling, Mrs. J. Weiner, Mrs. Sam Dorfman.
1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - Attorneys Abe Feldman and J. P. Boyle, transacted business in the city yesterday.
1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. George Mesberg of Eveleth visited relatives in the city last night.
1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - B. Levin of the Levin Clothing company on Chestnut Street left this morning for the head if the lakes on a business mission.
1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-10-09_7 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. Rubenstein of Gilbert, who are on their way to Chisholm, stopped off in the city today, to visit relatives.
1914-12-18_8 Bnai Abraham Hanukah - Ben Wilk - Virginia Enterprise - - 1914-12-18 Virginia Enterprise: Entertainment at Moose Hall. The children of the congregation of Temple Bnai Abraham last evening gave the play "Chanukkah Eve" at Moose Hall. There were 16 in the cast. They were drilled by Ben Wilk and the entertainment which was largely attended by the Jewish people of Virginia was highly creditable to the children.
1915-01-15 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1915-01-15 - Virginia Enterprise - Will Take Vacations. Mrs. M. West and the Misses Ethel Sorenson, Edna Heisel and Alina Jacobson beginning Saturday will take vacations of a couple of weeks each, from their duties at Shanedlings store.
1915-01-15 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1915-01-15 - Virginia Enterprise - Ad For Sale-home and lot on northside. Joe Garon 321 Chesnut Street.
1915-01-15 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1915-01-15 - Virginia Enterprise - Announcement" I have purchased the interest of M. Soloski in the Golden Rule Store, dealers in Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, and will continue the business in the same manner as heretofore. Joseph H. Garon Prop. 321 Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minnesota. - - - Note: Now called Butercup Boutique.
1915-02-26_2 Feast of Purim Bnai Abraham - - 1915-2-26 Virginia Enterprise: Feast Of Purim To Be Observed. Temple Bnai Abraham. Rabbi Jospeh Silver. children's choir,
1915-04-09_3 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1915-04-09_3 - Virginia Enterprise - Entertain Tonight. Mr. and Mrs. I. Kaner entertain this evening at a dinner and card party at their home. 201 Cedar Street. Mr. and Mrs. William Kaner and Sarah, Fannie, and Benjamin Kaner of Eveleth and the Misses Sarah Kusnier and Ida Kusiner o Duluth, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solosky will be the guests.
1915-04-09_3 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1915-04-09_3 - Virginia Enterprise - Entertained at Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. S. Milavetz entertained at dinner yesterday for Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Milavetz and Mr. and Mrs. Kaner.
1915-04-09_3 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1915-04-09_3 - Virginia Enterprise - Mr. and Mrs. I. Kaner visited yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kaner in Eveleth.
1915-04-09_3 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1915-04-09_3 - Virginia Enterprise - Arranging for Bnai. The Jewish Ladies Aid of Temple Bnai Abraham are arranging for a dancing party which will be held at 1 and will be one of the events of the season in Virginia.
1915-05-07_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1915-05-07_4 - Virginia Enterprise - Give Dancing Party. The Independent Order of Bnai Brith gave a dancing party last evening at Moose Hall. It was attended by members from all parts of the Range and was a very enjoyable affair. The Ladies' Aid of Temple Bnai Abraham auctioned lunch baskets and netted a neat sum. Music was by Dahl & Anhalat's orchestra
1915-05-07_4 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1915-05-07_4 - Virginia Enterprise - Looking Virginia Over. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg of Duluth are Virginia visitors today, coming up to look the city over. Mr. Goldberg is one of the proprietors of the Holland hotel at Duluth. They returned this afternoon to their home.
1915-10-01_2 Bnai Abraham eleced officers - - 1915-10-1 Virginia Enterprise: Give Entertainment. Officials of the Bnai Abraham synogogue, who were recently elected, entertained in honor of members of the congregation at the synagogue last evening. Refreshments were served and music provided. - Virginia Enterprise
1915-11-05_2 Mrs. Benjamin Milavets sent $250 for War Effort - - 1015-11-5 Virginia Enterprise: Send $250 For War Sufferers. Secretary Mrs. Benjamin Milavetz, of the Ladies' Aid society of the Bnai Abraham synogogue ? sent $250 to New York where the Central relief committee will arrange to have the money sent to Jewish war sufferers. The money consists of the funds raised on Tag Day and contributions made since then. - Virginia Enterprise
1940 DCHS Miss Karon, Beatrice Davis - - 1940 Miss Karon, Beatrice Davis-part of Keller descendant chart - 1940 Duluth Central High school yearbook
1888-05-04_ Heller and Loeb move into building - DNT - - 1888-5-4 McFarlane & Anson have moved into the O'Brien & Knowlton building and Heller & Loeb will move in on Monday. There are still two nice stores for either wholesale or retail purposes unengaged. The two middle floors are being made into private rooms, while the top story will be converted into a hall for Co. K. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1890-11-24_7 Ad Samuel Loeb 209 West Superior Street - DNT - - " 1890-11-24 Ad. Sam'l Loeb 209 West Superior Street. Duluth, Minn. Heavy Overcoat suits for men and boys. - Dulluth News-Tribune "
1893-01-02_4 Ad Heller and Loeb wine and liquor - DNT - - 1893-1-2 Ad. Heller & Loeb. Importer and Wholesale. Wine and Liquor. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1896-09-20_14 Ad Oswald, Heller, Klein, Loeb stove - DNT - - 1896-9-20 Ad Ohio Stove. Parties that have sold them: Bernard Heller, G. A. Klein, L.S. Loeb, B. Silberstein , J. H. Winterfield, Joseph Orecovosky, Sieg. Levy. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1897-08-22_18 Abrahams - DNT - - 1897-8-22 The big reception of the week was given on Friday by Mrs. Henry Abrahams. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1897-10-24_ P. H. Levy - DNT - - 1897-10-24 A very handsome G. Levine, reception was given last Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Levy in honor of their son. The guest were: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sattler. Mr. and Mrs. S. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. L. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. G. Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Edelman Mr and Mrs Aronhaems ? Aronsohn?, Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mr and Mrs. B. Silberstein, Mr. and Mrs. R. Krojanker, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hammel, Mr. and Mrs Oswald, and Mrs. L. S. Loeb; Mrs. J. D. Zein, W. Abrahamson, Mrs. Kallish, Mrs. Hoopie, Mrs. I. Abrahamson, Mrs. J. Abrahamson, Mrs. S. Levine, Mrs. Meining; Miss Sophie Friemuth, Florence Silberstein, Irene Silbertstein, Emma Meining, Louise Meining, Elsa Silberstein, Rosalie Freimuth and A Freimuth, C. .Oswald, S. Levy, L. Freimuth, M. Zunder, S. Loeb, M. Freimuth, H. Hirschman. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1899-09-03_ Northland to Buffalo boat trip Loeb - DNT - - 1899-9-3 With 150 Passengers. North Land Leaves on her Down Trip. L. A. Loeb, Mrs Loeb. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1899-11-26 Mr & Mrs M. Kastriner of West Duluth crystal wedding - DNT - - 1899-11-26 Mr. and Mrs. M. Kastriner of West Duluth celebrate crystal wedding 15th year of marriage. by giving a party at the St. Louis hotel. L. S. Neuman, brother of Mrs. Kastriner. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. Neuman-Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. S. Newman-St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Gatzert-Chicago; Mr, and Mrs. H. Abraham, Mr. and Mrs. S. Abraham, Miss Meinholdt, Mr. Meinholdt, Mr. Billstein, Mr. Zunder -West Superior; Miss Loewe-Chippewa Falls; Mr. and Mrs B. Silberstein, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gidding, Mrs. A. Bondy, Miss Irene Silberstein, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Loeb, Mr. Sam Loeb, Mr. Lew Heller, Mr. and Mrs. B. Heller, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Oswald, Miss Fannie Haas, Mr. and Mrs. J. Winterfield, Mrs. G. L. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs R. Marcuse, Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mr. A. Freimuth, Mr J. D. Sattler, Mr. J. B. Sattler, Mr. I. Abrahamson, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Abrahamson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Abrahamson, Miss Lolie Abrahamson, Mr. and Mrs. K. Storer, Mr. L. Hammel, Mr. A. Hammel, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Klein, Miss Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. M. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. P. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. L. Levy, Miss Pauline Levy, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Zien, Mrs. Moonshine, Mr. Hugo Hirschman, Mr. and Mrs. Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roos, Miss Sallie Pulverman, Mr. and Mrs. Mamie Mark, Mr. LMose Mrk, Mr. J. N.. Dunn, Mr. Victor Kahn, Mr and Mrss. M. Kastriner, Mrs. and Mrs. L. S. Newman. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1904-05-28 Children's Home for sick, Loeb - DNT - - 1904-5-28 Children's to Be Home Dedicated, Structure Will Be Opened Formally on Friday and Saturday. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1909-04-18 Loeb's mother visiting - DNT - - 1909-4-18 Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Loeb, 1125 East Superior Street, have as their guest Mr. Loeb's mother, Mrs. M. Loeb of Ligonler, Ind. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1909-09-09_2 Northern National Bank Louis Loeb ad - DNT - - 1909-9-9 Ad Northern National Bank Louis Loeb - Dulluth News-Tribune
1909-12-05_10 Butte and Superior Copper G. M. Loeb - DNT - - 1909-12-5 Considering Plans For Building Concentrator. Butte & Superior Copper company. I. Freimuth, G. M. Loeb, Dr. Sussman. construction and operation of a zinc concentrator and mill for treatment of Butte & Superior zinc ores. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1910-06-11_16 Dorothy Loeb Temple Emanuel Confirmation - DNT - - 1010-6-11 Confirmation Services At Temple Emanuel. Second street and Seventh avenue. Dorothy Loeb, Rae M. Abraham, Leonard S. Lugoff, Jesse L. Cohen, Esther L. Gomberg, Miss Hyland vocal solo. Mr. Brown, e. A. Silberstein. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1910-11-25_3 Mrs. Loeb travels. Indiana visiting son L. Loeb - DNT - - 1910-11-25 Mrs. M. Loeb is visiting her son L. S. Loeb of this city for a few days enroute to her home in Indiana from Seattle. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1911-01-27_10 United Wireless Telegraph Co. Bamberger, Loeb & Co - DNT - - 1911-1-27 Ad United Wireless Telegraph Co. Bamberger, Loeb & Co. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1920-8-24 Jacob G. Butwin and Rose W. Lurye ml - DNT - - 1920-8-24 Jacob G. Butwin, 23, to Rose Lurye, 20. Marriage license - Dulluth News-Tribune
1911-05-27_4 L. S. Loeb, 1123 East Superior street - DNT - - 1911-5-27 Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Loeb, 1122 East Superior Street has as their guest for the summer, Mr. Loeb's mother. Mrs. M. Loeb of Legonier, Ind. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1912-12-18 National City Bank - Loeb - DNT - - 1912-12-18 Not Parties To Loan. Newy York Dec. 17-Officials of Kohn, Loeb & Co. and of the National City bank denied tonight that they were parties in any negotiations for a 50-million-dollar loan to the Hungarian government. There is positively nothing in the report," said the representative of the National City bank. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1913-10-25_6 Loeb sister death in Seattle, Wash - DNT - - 1913-10-25 Mr. and Mr.s L. S. Loeb, 1128 East Superior street, and Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Selig Loeb have returned from Ligonler, Ind. where they were called y the death of Mr. Loeb's sister. Mrs. M. Loeb of Seattle, Wash. will arrive soon from Ligonler to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Loeb for the winter. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1922-11-12_2 Kuhn, Loeb & Co. sale - DNT - - 1922-11-12 Smelters Company Board votes to Disincorporate. The proceeds of the recent sale of the Smelting company Kuhn, Loeb & Co. will be used to pay off this outstanding stock of the Securities company. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1882-11-24_ Sam S. Loeb art exhibit Erdmann - DNT - - 1882-11-24 Duluth Weekly Tribune: Sam S. Loeb invitation to exhibition of portraits, prominent citizens, European sketches from nature and life, by Prof. Otto Erdmann. - Dulluth News-Tribune - - - Note: Otto Wilhelm Eduard Erdmann (7 December 1834, Leipzig - 9 December 1905, Düsseldorf) was a German genre painter in the Rococo Revival style.
1889-12-11_9 M. Loeb representing Dueber Watch company - - 1889-12-11 St. Paul Daily Globe: col. 2, M. Loeb, representing the Dueber Watch Case company, the largest manufactory of the kind in the world, is stopping at the Ryan. - St Paul Daily Globe
1892-03-15_4 Albert S. Loeb - - 1892-3-15 St. Paul Daily globe: Col. 3, The grand jury reported that it found no indictments against Harry Moss and Albert s. Loeb. Two preceding grand juries did find the charge of making an erroneous inventory of their effects after an assignment. - St Paul Daily Globe
1892-05-27_3 R. Loeb selling business col. 1 - - 1892-5-27 St. Paul Daily Glob: col. 1 On Saturday, May 28, 1892. At No. 57 East Seventh street, at 10 a.m. I will sell to the highest bidder the entire stock of Ladies' Cloaks, Furnishings and Notions, including fixtures contained in the store at above number. Stock can be seen, and inventory examined between now and Saturday at No. 57 East Seventh, from 9 a.m. to 6pm. R. Loeb. - St Paul Daily Globe
1910-03-09_3 Zenith Telephone sold. Loeb - - 1910-3-9 Willmar Tribune: col. Zenith Tribune Co. Sold. Tri-State Co., of Minneapolis, Buys Controlling Interest. The four Duluth men most interested were W. M. Hubbard, S. Loeb, William Harrison, and George W. Buck. the price paid for the holdings was not made public. - Wilmar Tribune
1899-02-01_5 Louis Loeb - DNT - - 1899-2-1 Louis Loeb and family left yesterday for a trip to New York. - - - also: l. Siegel staying at the St. Louis Hotel. From Marquette. - - - also: F. Cohen staying at the St. Louis Hotel. From Ashland. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1897-08-21_6 Max Shapiro, Eveleth clothing merchant - DNT - - 1897-8-21 Max Shapiro, the Eveleth clothing arrangements to move his family o Eveleth next week. - - - also: Missabe Wreck At Biwabik. Ore Cars Pile Up in the Yards and Obstract ? Tracks. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1918-12-08_ Abraham Shapiro - DNT - - 1918-12-8 Chicago Crowd Looks On as Soldier Drowns. Abraham Shapiro. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1918-12-09_3 Abraham Shapiro - DNT - - 1918-12-9 Duluth Relaives Seek information About Abe Shapiro – apparently this Abraham Shapiro was not the one in our database. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1887-02-12_7 Mrs. Max Shapiro attends sister's wedding in Chicago - - 1887-2-12 St. Paul: col. 2 Brainerd. Mrs. Max Shapiro attends sister's wedding in Chicago and visit friends. - St Paul Dailly
1895-05-31_2 Max Shapiro Meat busness since 1870 in Tower - - 1895-5-31 Virginia Enterprise: Max Shapiro, the well-known meat man of Tower, has purchased the Falk market in this city. taking possession thereof tomorrow Mr. Shapiro has been in the meat business since 1870, for the past seven years being located at Tower, where he still continues business. he will run a first-class market and carry the best of stock. it is Mr. Falk's intention to leave the last of June for a European trip. - Virginia Enterprise
1895-07-12_5 Ad Max Shapiro - Butcher Shop, Virginia, MN - - 1895-7-12 Ad: Max Shapiro Butcher Shop in Falk's old Stand in Virginia, MN - - Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Game and Oysters in Season. - Virginia Enterprise
1895-07-12_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1895-7-12 Virginia Enterprise: Solomon Sax attended to business matters at Bessemer, Michigan, the first of the week, returning to the city Wednesday. - Virginia Enterprise
1895-07-12_5 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1895-7-12 S. Sax has discontinued his Kentucky Liquor Store at Besmer, Mich., and has brought the entire stock of old whiskies, brandies and wines here and added to his California Wine house. Being he is overstocked he is forced to sell his goods at a greatly reduced priced. Come around and convince yourself as you will benefitted by it. - Virginia Enterprise
1917-10-12_11 Ethel Wilk - - 1917-10-12 American Jewish World: Out-Of-Town Students At University. Miss Ethel Wilk, Harriet Shanedling, Mr. Monroe Shanedling, from Virginia. Miss Ida Wolf of Hibbing. Miss Katz of Omaha, Neb. - American Jewish World
1912-01-11_3M. L. Wilk clothier Eveleth, lease Central hotel - DNT - - 1912-1-11 Eveleth Man Buys the Central Hotel. Virginia. M. L. Wilk, a clothier of Eveleth, has purchased the lease of the Central hotel contents of J. T. Moody, formerly of Duluth, taking possession today. Mr. Wilk will make extensive improvements in the building in the near future. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1912-04-28_7 Ethel Wilk photo Thespians - DNT - - 1912-4-28 Talented Eveleth Thespians. Photo. Ethel Wilk - Dulluth News-Tribune
1912-12-25_13 Ben Wilk - DNT - - 1912-12-25 Collegians Home For The Holidays. Many Virginia Young People Attending Outside Schools Return for Visit. Ben Wilk. from University of Minnesota. Sam Cohen rom the University of Michigan. - Dulluth News-Tribune
1912-01-12_5 M. L. Wilk lease - - 1912-1-12 Virginia Enterprise: Buy Lease Of Central Hotel. M. L. Wilk, an Eveleth clothier, completes arrangements for the purchase of hte lease of the Central Hotel in this city. His son and a partner from International Falls, will be in direct charge of the place, it is understood. The Central is very well located and by the opening of a European plan dining room in connection a pleasing business would doubtless be given the place. It has been conducted of late by J. T. Moody, formerly of Duluth, the dining room service being closed. - - - also: Enrollment summary of education comparing years. - - - also: Ad: Dr. J. L. Richards Dentist Office in the Karon Block. Virginia, Minn. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-02-23_2 M. J. Wilk clothing - - 1912-2-23 Virginia Enterprise: New Clothing Store In Prospect. M. L. Wilk, of Eveleth, who recently leased the Sutherland building and runs the Central Hotel, remodels the same and will in addition to the hotel conduct a clothing and gents' furnishing establishment, removing his stock from Eveleth to this city. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-01_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-1 J. D. Sattler, a Duluth merchant, attended to business matters in this city Wednesday. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-01_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-1 Ben Stone (G. Stone?) will attend the Wisconsin-Chicago University football game at Madison, Wis. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-01_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-1 Ben Milavetz, Ralph Wilk attended Hibbing Virginia football game at Hibbing Saurday afternoon. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-01_10 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-1 col. 4 M. L. Wilk of this city disposed of some business property at Gilbert to a resident of that growing village. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-22_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-22 Virginia Enterprise: 1909 Class Memorial Received Today. Viola B. Slavick, Gertrude Steinberg - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-22_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-22 Former Virginians Purchases Part Of Eveleth Stock. Isidor Shandling old member of the Shanedling Bros. company, now engaged in the clothing business t Eveleth. Purchased stock form Nichols & Griswold, pioneer Eveleth clothiers. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-22_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-22 Virginian Aids In Chicago Charity Work. Among the Theatrical managers who will give dolls is Jacob Wilk, who spends the summer here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wilk, Beech Street. "Jacob Wilk, of the Bunt Pulls the Strings company, now on the road, will dress doll with Miss Moly MacIntyre, the Bunty, in a duplicate of one of Miss Macintyre's costumes." - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-22_6 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-22 Ad: A. (Abraham) Kenner Grocer 105 Wyoming Ave. Specials For Saturday - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-29_2 Ralph Wilk newspaper - - 1912-11-29 Virginia Enterprise: Ralph Wilk, Virginia newspaper man covers opening of armory auditorium. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-29_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-29 Duluth Logger Plan Dncing Party. Members of the Bnai Brith order of this city are making arrangements for holding a dancing party here next month. Invitations will soon be sent out to all the Jewish residents of the range, and several Duluthians and Superiorities will reeive invitations. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-11-29_7 - Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-11-29 Virginian Chosen For Leading Part In University Play. Benjamin Wil, the city, a student in the engineering department of the state university, has been chosen in a tryout of the University Dramatic Clu to play the leading role in George Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man," to be given at the Shubert Theater, Minneapolis, in January. The club pans to give many plays during the year and will tour the state with the University Extension department in June. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-12-27_5 Ben Wilk - - 912-12-27 Ben Wilk - Virginia Enterprise
1912-12-20_7 Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-20 Mrs. S. Milavetz, Chestnut Street, plans to leave soon for an extended visit at the home of her parents in New York City. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-12-20_7 Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-20 Harry Wilk, of this city, who is attending the law department of the state university, is expected home today to spend the regular Christmas vacation in this city with friends and relatives. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-12-20_7 Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-20 Louis Stein, of Shanedling's Bargain Annex, attended to business matters at his former home at Aurora Tuesday afternoon. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-12-20_7 Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-20 Abraham Cohen, local surveyor, returned Sunday evening from a week-end visit at his home at Gilbert. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-12-20_7 Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-20 Ad B. Levin After Jan. 1, 1913, My Store will be closed at 6:00 o'clock every evening except Saturdays and pay-pays. - Virginia Enterprise
1912-12-20_7 Virginia Enterprise - - 1912-12-20 Morris Bright, a McKinley clothier, attended to business matters in this city Saturday morning. - Virginia Enterprise
1921-05-26_5 Badonna Hallock - music graduate - DNT - - 1921-5-25 Finishes Music Course. Hibbing May 25-Miss Badonna Hallock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hallock of Hibbing, was graduated from the Coombs conservatory of Music at the thirty-sixth annual commencement at the school at Philadelphia. - Duluth News-Tribune - - - Note: Combs still exists: Combs College of Music was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, in 1885 as Combs Broad Street Conservatory of Music by Gilbert Raynolds Combs, celebrated pianist, organist and composer.
1920-12-17_12 Louis Rosensweig - AJW - - 1920-12-17 American Jewish World - Aleph Beth Club Elects. Louis Rosenzweig, seargeant at arms. - - Note: news article on Louis Rosensweig. He definitely was in Minnesota before he was married to Badonna Hallock in 1922.
1960-12 Hallock, Charles Editorial obit 1875-1960 - - 1960-12 - Editorial obituary for Charles Hallock - Residents of Hibbing and the Range area who were privileged to have known Charles Hallock, pioneer Hibbing merchant, who died Satuday, knew him as an individual whos mind was full of sympathetic understanding and a heart full of friendship, etc
1888-07-29_ Levy Bros. Eagle clothing store. Freimuth ad - DNT - - 1888-7-28 Ad: I. Freimuth Millinery - - - Ad: Levy Eagle Clothing. - Duluth News-Tribune
1881-12-30_ Henry Leopold and S. Levy - DNT - - 1881-12-30 Henry Leopold and S. Levy had business at Superior today. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-03-06_ northeast winds blew pane out of liquor store S. Levy - DNT - - 1882-3-6 The power and peculiarities of the high northeast wind of Saturday may be well illustrated by the fact that it blew a pane of glass out of Levy's wholesale liquor store, which fronts the northwest. - - - also Note story about church steps without light. language - - - Note story about someone falling through the ice and surviving. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-06-04_ J. Torbe, of Milwaukee, relative of S. Levy - DNT - - 1882-6-4 S. Levy has gone to Cincinnati. - - - J. Torbe, of Milwaukee, is a relative of S. Levy, is spending a few days in the Zenith City, with which he is much pleased, as everybody always is. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-10-10_ Duluth News Tribune - DNT - - 1882-10-10 At present there are 850 pupils enrolled in our schools. - - - also: Note that the city of Duluth is anticipating a St. Paul dry goods store to open up for business. And the brick used on the veneer of the St. Louis hotel was made by a local company, Duluth Brick and Tile Company and of good quality. The city is growing. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-10-10_ Duluth News Tribune - DNT - - 1882-10-10 Silberstein & Bondy open their new store at Superior on Saturday with Lou Bondy in charge. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-10-10_ Duluth News Tribune - DNT - - 1882-10-10 S. Levy has received a handsome delivery wagon from Milwaukee for the purpose of delivering Falt's beer, for which he is agent. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-11-10_ S. Levy birth of boy - DNT - - 1882-11-10 There is joy and also a boy in the house of S. Levy. the boy is healthy, and the joy is abundant. Note: what a nice way to announce a new birth! - - - also Note departure of goods from the port on barges. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-11-23_ Prof. Erdmann portraits Paula - S. Levy daughter - DNT - - 1882-11-23 The Art Exhibition. Prof. Otto Erdmann's art at the St. Louis parlors. Life size portraits in oil of citizens of Duluth. H. F. Leopold Jr. S. Levy's young daughter Paula. lead pencil sketches of scenes along the lake shore near Duluth, oil, watercolors, crayon, charcoal and lead pencil. - Duluth News-Tribune
1883-09-18_ S. Levy and family vacation in Marquette - DNT - - 1883-9-18 Additional Local. Personal. The family of S. Levy returned Sunday on the propeller Toledo from a four week visit at Marquette and other Lake Superior towns. - Duluth News-Tribune
1890-02-02_4 S. Levy clothing merchants non support for Davis - DNT - - 1890-2-2 The Business Men of Superior Street Are For J. K. Shaw. His Great Popularity With Duluth Merchants Clearly Apparent. Republicans, Democrats and Independents Will Support Him. - - Levy Bros. clothing merchants. L.Kahn rep. dry goods. I, Levine rep. clothing merchant. Silberstein & Bondy, dry goods. "Vote for men whom we believe best qualify for the respective places." - Duluth News-Tribune
1895-07-25 Bernard Silberstein and son Edward - DNT - - 1895-7-25 Bernard Silberstein has returned from Colorado. He reports that the health of his son Edward has been much improved by his sojoun there. - Duluth News-Tribune
1895-07-25 Polly Levy, niece of S. Levy - DNT - - 1895-7-25 J. D. Zien and his wife and niece,Miss Polly Levy, returned yesterdayfrom lake trip and Mr. Zien immediately left for a trip of two or three days out on the range. - Duluth News-Tribune
1929-01-17_5 Mekler Future of Judaism - - 1929-1-17 Bismarck Daily: Mekler Will Discuss 'Future of Judaism' Rev. J. M. Mekler, rabbi of the Bismarck Hebrew congregation, discussion will continue for two months. Services in Hebrew and English. Young Israel will meet at home of Miss rose Davis. Bible Class will meet at Hebrew school. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1929-02-14_8 Mekler Judaism Services - - 1929-2-14 Bismarck Daily: Mekler Continues Judaism Services. Rev. J. H. Mekler, rabbi of the Bismarck Hebrew congregation. "What is Judaism?". Services conducted at the Hebrew school. Children's services held Saturday at the school. Hebrew and Yiddish classes will meet at the school. Bible classes on "Social and Ideal Phases of the Bible." - Bismark Daily Tribune
1929-03-01_6 Rabbi Mekler - - 1929-3-1 Rabbi Mekler to speak on the minority of Israel in Bismark - Bismark Daily Tribune
1929-03-01_6 Rabbi Mekler - - 1929-3-1 Bismarck Daily: Mekler to Speak on 'Minority of Israel'. - - Rev. J. H. Mekler. local Hebrew congregation, services at Hebrew school, Hebrew Bible class, 'Origin of the Bible." - Bismark Daily Tribune
1929-03-15_7 Mekler The Key of Life - - 1929-3-15 Bismarck Daily: Mekler Speaks on 'The Key of Life' A sermon by Rev. J. H. Mekler, rabbi of Bismarck Hebrew organization. luncheon served Mrs. M. Macovas and Mrs. I. Davis. Children services. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1929-03-29_10 Mekler lecture on soul - - 1929-3-29 Bismarck Daily: Rev. Mekler Will Lecture on 'Soul'. Bismarck Hebrew congregation. Rev. J. H. Mekler, at Hebrew school. lunch served by Rev. Mekler and Mrs. R. Miller. Children Hebrew institute, Purim program. plays slides Book of Esther. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1929-06-29_6 Rabbi Mekler home silver wedding party - - 1929-6-29 Silver Wedding Party at Rabbi Meklers Ome for Mr and Mrs M Zvorist. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1929-06-29_6 Rabbi Mekler's home silver wedding party Zvorist - - 1929-6-29 Bismarck Daily: Silver Wedding Party At Rabbi Mekler Home. Mr. and Mrs. M. Zvorist. Rabbi Mekler, Cantor A. Marcoves. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1929-12-12_8 Mekler scripture - - 1929-12-12 Bismarck Daily: Mekler Will Discuss Scripture at Temple. Mekler Will Discuss Scripture at Temple. Rev. J. M. Mekler, rabbi of Bismarck Hebrew congregation. Children services. Study club. History of the Jews and the philosophy of their religion. Jewish Ladies' Aid. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1929-12-18_4 Mekler Jewish History Class - - 1929-12-18 Bismarck Daily: Jewish History Class Hears Mekler Tonight. Rev. M. M. Mekler, Bismarck Hebrew congregation. Bible and Philosophical Ideas of the Jewish religion. every Wednesday evening. services on Friday evening. Religion and knowledge will be the subject of the sermon. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1930-01-31_6 Mekler Moses - - 1930-1-31 Bismarck Daily: Rev. J. H. Mekler, rabbi of the Bismarck Hebrew Congregation will preach on "Moses" at regular services in temple. Children services Saturday and Sunday. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1930-09-04_2 Mekler new synagogue site dedication - - 1930-9-4 Bismarck Daily Tribune: Ancient Ritual Of Jewish Church To Dedicate Temple. New Building Here to Be Opened With Appropriate Ceremony Sunday, September 7. Many Coming From Afar. Three Separate Services Will Be Conducted During Day. Bismarck Hebrew congregation. Rabbi J. H. Mekler. located at Fifth stree and Avenue C. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1930-09-04_10 9 pg. 8 Mekler synagogue - - 1930-9-4 Page 9 Ancient ritual of Jewish Church to Dedicate Temple. Cantor H. Macoves. Miss Emma Zvorist. Miss Annette Leibold, Psalm 132. Rabbi Benjamin Papermaster, Grand Forks. Dorene Markovits. Rabbi Mekler, Charles Rigler, president of the Bismarck Hebrew congregation, C. B. Rosen vice president, N. Greengard secretary, Mandan secretary, N. Zvorist treasurer, Sam Sloven, H. Laskin, Al Thal, Alex Rosen trustees. The local group is the only Hebrew congregation in North Dakota on the Northern Paciric line west of Fargo and its membership includes many Jews of the Missouri Slope area. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1930-09-04_10 Mekler synagogue pg. 9 cropped (1) - - 1930-9-4 Page 9 - cropped - Ancient ritual of Jewish Church to Dedicate Temple. Cantor H. Macoves. Miss Emma Zvorist. Miss Annette Leibold, Psalm 132. Rabbi Benjamin Papermaster, Grand Forks. Dorene Markovits. Rabbi Mekler, Charles Rigler, president of the Bismarck Hebrew congregation, C. B. Rosen vice president, N. Greengard secretary, Mandan secretary, N. Zvorist treasurer, Sam Sloven, H. Laskin, Al Thal, Alex Rosen trustees. The local group is the only Hebrew congregation in North Dakota on the Northern Paciric line west of Fargo and its membership includes many Jews of the Missouri Slope area. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1931-08-04_4 Rabbi Mekler background - - 1931-8-4 Rabbi Mekler Takes Post In Sioux Falls. Leader of Hebrew Congregation in Tendered Farewell Reception Sunday. Sons of Israel Congregation, Mrs. Mekler, two children. 2 1/2 years ago moved to Grand Forks, headed Hebrew Institute and the Independent Children of Israel Congregation. His Bismarck congregation embraces Jewry from the entire Missouri Slope country. downtown halls used for services used before Bismarck Synagogue was constructed in 1929 and 1930. Graduate of the Vilna Rabbinical Seminary in southeastern Lithuania, Hebrew scholars came from here. Came to United States in 1920, ordained at Boston, awarded rabbinical degree by rabbis of the Orthodox synagogue, attended University of Gran Forks, B. A. degree in 1929 - Bismark Daily Tribune
1931-08-04_4 Rabbi Mekler background - - 1931-8-4 Bismarck Daily: Rabbi Mekler Takes post In Sioux Falls. Leader of Hebrew Congregation is Tendered Farewell Reception Sunday. Rabbi J. H. Mekler of Bismarck Hebrew congregation accepted position at Sons of Israel Congregation at Sioux Falls, S.D. Will leave next week with wife and two children. 2 1/2 years ago came from Grand Forks to Bismarck. Headed Hebrew Institiute and the Independent Children of Israel Congregation. His Bismarck congregation embraced Jewry from the entire Missouri Slope country. - Bismark Daily Tribune
1933-06-29_2 Rabbi J. H. Mekler Sioux Falls S. D. formerly of Duluth - - 1933-6-29 Rabbi J H Mekler of Sioux Falls formeral of Duluth will speak at Adath Israel synagogue on the future of Judaism in America - Evansville Press
1933-06-29_2 Rabbi J. H. Mekler Sioux Falls S. D. formerly of Duluth - - 1933-6-29 Evansville Press. Rabbi J. H. Mekler of Sioux Falls, S. D., formerly of Duluth, Minn. will speak at Adath Israel Synagogue on "The Future of Judaism in America." - Evansville Press
1952-12-31_16 Morris Mekler brother of Rabby J. H. mekler obiturary - - 1952-12-31 Boston Traveler Morris Mekler obituary. Dorchester. son Nathan,, Herbert, and Iring Mekler. Brothers Oscar at Maiden, David L. and Rabbi J. H Mekler of N.Y.C. - Boston Traveler
1888-07-29_ Levy Bros. Eagle clothing store - Freimuth ad - DNT - - 1888-7-29 Ad: I. Freimuth Millinery - - Ad: Levy Eagle Clothing. - Duluth News-Tribune
1881-12-30_ Henry Leopold & S. Levy - DNT - - 1881-12-30 Henry Leopold and S. Levy had business at Superior today. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-03-06_ liquor store - S. Levy - DNT - - 1882-3-6 The power and peculiarities of the high northeast wind of Saturday may be well illustrated by the fact that it blew a pane of glass out of Levy's wholesale liquor store, which fronts the northwest. - - - Note story about church steps without light. language - - - Note story about someone falling through the ice and surviving. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-06-04_ J Torbe of Milwaukee, relative of S. Levy - DNT - - 1882-6-4 S. Levy has gone to Cincinnati. - - - J. Torbe, of Milwaukee, is a relative of S. Levy, is spending a few days in the Zenith City, with which he is much pleased, as everybody always is. - Duluth News-Tribune
1882-10-10_ S. Levy deiviery wagon from Milwaukee - Falta's beer - DNT - - 1882-10-10 At present there are 850 pupils enrolled in our schools. - - - Silberstein & Bondy open their new store at Superior on Saturday with Lou Bondy in charge. - - - S. Levy has received a handsome delivery wagon from Milwaukee for the purpose of delivering Falt's beer, for which he is agent. - Duluth News-Tribune
1898-07-31_4 S. Levy Sattler party pg. 2 - - 1898-7-31 W. M. Abrahamson Dolls, flowers - - - Magnificent reception given by Mrs. J. B. Sattler and Mrs. J. D. Sattler for Mrs. David C. Abels of St. Cloud. Mrs. N. L. Summerfield, Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mrs. B. Heller and Mrs. Levin. Mrs. M. Levy, Mrs. L. Loeb, Mrs. L. Hammet, Mrs. S. Frey, Mrs. R. Krojanker, Mrs. L. Aronheim, Mrs. A. Bondy, Mrs. S. I. Levine, Mrs. Mondstaine, Mrs. J. Meaken, Mrs. Newman, Mrs. S. Levy, Mrs. G. A. Klein, Mrs. L. R. Bondy, Mrs. I. Abrahamson, Mrs. L. Rose, Mrs. B. Silberstein, Mrs. P. H. Oswold, Mrs. L. P. Kallesh, Mrs. G. Levin, Mrs. N. L. Summerfield, Mrs. M. Kastriner, Mrs. P. H. Levy, Mrs. A. Abraham of Superior, Mrs. T. Monahan, Mrs. L. Abraham of Superior, Mrs. Lannigan, Mrs. W. F. Henry, Mrs. James McAuliffe, Mrs. V. D. Cliffe, Mrs. H. Gengnagle, Mrs. J. Beck, Mrs. A. Hoelscher, Mrs. H. Abraham of Superior, Mrs. H. Heller, Mrs. M. Aldenberg of Superior, Mrs. G. P. Stillman, Mrs. P. Daran, Mrs. J. F. Killorin, Mrs. J. D. Kenna, Mrs. E. Baker, Mrs. J. ? Ellis, Mrs. M. Keley, Mr. W. M. Abrahamson, Mrs. A. Heller, Mrs. Steinberg, Mrs. Eleiman, Mrs. W. H. Stultz, Mrs. W. Smith, Mrs. J. Hutchart, Mrs. W. B. Cross, Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mrs. J. Norton, Mrs. G. Gray, Miss Jacobs of New York, Miss Haas, Miss Newman, Miss Bergman, Miss Menthold of Superior, Miss May Naughton, Miss Sophie Freimuth, Miss A Sarglsson, Miss Schram of Milwaukee, Miss Hirschman of St. Paul, Miss Schwartz, Miss Abrahamson, Miss Sicker, Miss Naughton, Miss Sarglsson, Miss Henry, Miss Ownes, and Miss Barker. - Duluth News-Tribune
1898-09-14_5 Siegfried and Anna Levy, Nettie and Bernard Silberstein - - 1898-9-14 Answers Are Filed. In the suit of Fred O. Harris against Siegfried Levy et al., separate answers were filed in district court yesterday by the defenders, Bernard and Nettie Silberstein, Siegfried Levy and Anna Levy. - Duluth News-Tribune
1881-09-09_ Mr. S. Levy wholesale and retail liquor Mr. Bondy, from Marquette - - 1881-9-9 Mr. S. Levy has filed his bond and application for to sell liquor at wholesale and retain and will open out a first-class wholesale liquor store in the room now occupied by Mr. Bondy, in the course of a short time. Mr. L. is a Michigan man, hailing from Marquette, and as he is a gentleman of long experience in the wholesale liquor trade there is no doubt, but his venture here will prove a profitable one. - Duluth Weekly Tribune
1881-09-30_ First avenue West and Superior S. Levy - - 1881-9-30 Mr. S. Levy has opened out a fine line of liquors and cigars at his new wholesale house corner of Superior St. and First avenue west and report business is good. - - - Note article regarding the need for a city hospital. Sick people are staying at hotels throughout the city. or sent to the county poor house to be cared for. Remember that this is the year 1881. - Duluth Weekly Tribune
1883-04-06_ S. Levy Opera block sale liquor dealer - - 1883-4-6 An infant child of Henry Jacobson died Wednesday morning. - - - S. Levy, the leading wholesale liquor dealer, will occupy the east store and basement of the opera house block. - Duluth Weekly Tribune
1883-04-27_ S. Levy purchased lot - - 1883-4-27 Yesterday S. Levy purchased from Mr. A. Bouchard the fourth lot west of Fourth avenue west, on First street, for $2,000. - - - The health maintenance of a city that is just evolving must have been very difficult. Note the paragraph reporting that several dead horses were dumped near Superior Street, in the neighborhood of Chester creek. Another, a body of stagnant water and filthy slopes in the old schoolhouse basement. - Duluth Weekly Tribune
1884-11-14_ Mrs. S. Levy and two children carriage accident - - 1884-11-14 A double team attached to a heavy wagon ran into S. Levy's horse and carriage yesterday morning on East Superior Street, overturning Mrs. Levy and the two children, besides the driver. The driver of the double team was arrested and fined in police court in the afternoon. - Duluth Weekly Tribune
1897-08-21_6 Max Shapiro, Eveleth - clothing merchant - DNT - - 1897-8-21 Max Shapiro, the Eveleth clothing merchant, and formerly in business here is making arrangements to move his family to Eveleth next week. - Duluth News-Tribune
1918-12-08_ Abraham Shapiro - DNT - - 1918-12-8 Chicago Crowd Looks on, Soldier Dorwn. Abraham Shapiro. - Duluth News-Tribune
1918-12-09_3 Abraham Shapiro - DNT - - 1918-12-9 Duluth Relatives Seek Information About Abe Shapiro. Camp Grant. Mrs. Harry Gram of Hibbing, sister. Mrs. Joseph Bornu of 119 Seventh avenue, West, Duluth. - Duluth News-Tribune
1887-02-12_7 Mrs Max Shapiro attends sisters wedding in Chicago - - 1887-2-12 St. Paul: co. 2, Mrs. Max Shapiro attends sister's wedding in Chicago. - St Paul Daily Globe
1895-05-31_2 Max Shapiro Meat busness since 1870 in Tower, MN - - 1895-5-31 Virginia: col. 4, Max Shapiro, the well-known meat man of Tower, has purchased the Falk market in this city, taking possession thereof tomorrow. Mr. Shapiro has been in the meat business since 1870, for the past seven years being located at Tower, where he still continues business. He will run a first-class market and carry the best of stock. It is Mr. Falk's intention toleave the last of June for a European trip. - Virginia Enterprise
1895-05-31_2 S. Sax has discontinued his Kentucky Liquor Store - - 1895-5-31 S. Sax has discontinued his Kentucky Liquor Store at Bessmer, Mich., and has bought the entire stock of old whiskies, brandies and wines here and added to his California Wine House. Being he is overstocked he is forced to sell his goods at a greatly reduced price. come around and convince yourself as you will be benefitted by it. - Virginia Enterprise
1895-07-12_5 Ad Max Shapiro Falk's Old Stand, Virginia, MN - - 1895-7-12 Virginia: Ad. Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish, Game and Oysters in Season. Max Shapiro. Falk's Old Stand. Virginia, Minn. - Virginia Enterprise
1922-09-15_10 Loceff ad business delicatessen - - 1922--9-15 American Jewish World: Loceff's Kosher Delicatessen. 1711 Plymouth Ave. - American Jewish World
1969-02-11_22 Alan D. Loceff Helen J. Kraus marriage license - - 1969-2-11 Ann Arbor News. Alan D. Loceff 30, and Helen J. Kraus, 22, both of Ann Arbor. marriage license. Vital Statistics. far right. - Ann Arbor News
1936-01-12_85 Katzman and Loceff - - 1936-1-12 Detroit Times: last col. Mr .and Mrs. Nathan Katzman of Sturtevant avenue announce the forthcoming marraige of their daughter Ethel, to Sanford Loceff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Loceff. - Detroit Times
1936-01-15_28 Sanford Loceff and Ethel Katzman marriage license - - 1936-1-15 Detroit Times: Sanford Loceff and Ethel Katzman marriage license. col. to far right. - Detroit Times
1943-07-30_24 Jennie Loceff, death announcement - - 1943-7-30 Detroit Times: Death announcement Jennie Loceff. 9703 Martindale, 54. - Detroit Times
1945-04-01_57 Prisoner Goodman, mother Mrs. Ethel Loceff - - 1945-4-1 Detroit Times: Prisoners. PFC. Sydney L. Goodman. reported missing in Luxembourg: Central and Wayne University graduate; owner of Acme Chemical Co; in service November 1943; overseas last August; wife Grace, and daughter, 3250 Culvert; Father Nathan Goodman, Webster Hall; mother, Mrs. Ethel Loceff, 8811 Dexter; one brother in navy. - Detroit Time
1912-09-06_15 M. Loceff jobbers credit bureau - - 1912-9-6 Duluth: M. Loceff, general merchandising of Drygoods, notions, gents, hings, etc. inventories of estate. - Duluth News-Tribune
1912-09-09_14 Trustees sale M. Loeceff Kinney, Minn - - 1912-9-9 Duluth: Trustee's sale of M. Loceff. Kinney, MN. scroll down to end. - Duluth News-Tribune
1915-12-20_3 M. Loceff, Eveleth stain at McKay Hotel in Duluth - - 1915-12-20 Range Visitors At The Duluth Hotels - Duluth News-Tribune
1921-01-25_11 col. 1Jeannie Loceff bankrupt - - 1921-1-25 Duluth: col. 1. Jennie Loceff bankrupt. - Duluth News-Tribune
1920-01-16_2 Max Loceff jury duty - Ely Miner - - 1920-1-16 Ely: Max Loceff jury duty. Ely Miner
1985-04-28_205 Computers Michael Loceff on the Japanese Computer Industry - - 1985-4-28 San Francisco Chronical col. 3 Michael Loceff Computer program - San Francisco Chronicle
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1920-12-21_4 Hurvitach military burial - DNT - - 1920-12-21 Military Rites To Mark Funeral Of Duluth Soldier. Corp. Joseph Hurvitch, so of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hurvitch, 320 East First street. Left Duluth in 1917, Three Hundred and Forty-eighth infantry of the Eighty-seventh division. Died at a base hospital in France on Oct. 25, 1918 following an attack of influenza. - Duluth News-Tribune
1913-01-30_7 Levine fire apartment - DNT - - 1913-1-30 Five Narrowly Escape Death. Young Sons of M. Levine Awake to Find House Filled With Gas-Give Alarm. Neighbors Respond Just In Time To Save Lives. Mother and Daughter Leah Are Unconscious When Dragged From Their Beds. Five members of the family of M. Levine, 722 East Third street, narrowly escaped death by asphyxiation. two youngest boys aged four and six years, and alerted neighbors to the house. Mrs. Levine and her oldest daughter, Leah were unconscious when carried from their beds. They were revived by neighbors. - Duluth News-Tribune
1915-06-06_ Badonna Hallock - DNT - - 1915-6-6 Annual Musical To Be Held At Hibbing. Miss Badonna Halloc, School Gir Artist, Will Be Interesting Performer. Phot Miss Badonna Hallock. Hibbing. Armory. - Duluth News-Tribune
1917-04-15_8 Badonna Hallock - DNT - - 1917-4-15 Hibbing Girl Praised By Walter Damrosch. sympnony orchestra director. Badonna Hallock. - Duluth News-Tribune
1918-01-02_7 Markowiz, Summerfield Hallock - DNT - - 1918-1-2 Marlowitz, Summerfield, Hallock - Duluth News-Tribune
1921-05-26_5 Badonna Hallock, music - DNT - - 1921-5-26 Badonna Hallock daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hallock - Duluth News-Tribune
1911-05-16_8 Louis Rosenzwig - - 1911-5-16 Evening Times Dancing party Monday Evening. Twenty five couples made merry at the Knights of Pythias hall as guests of the members of the Hebrew Literary society for Lag B'Omer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. N. Papermaster, Mr. and Mrs. N. Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. L. Feinstein, Mrs. Van Cleef of Chicago, Mrs. B. Starkman, Mrs. H. Goldstein, Misses Mary Griver, Ann Paletz, Nessa Paletz, Nessa Greenberg, Mary Vogel, Esther Palets, Sarah Rapoport of Minneapolis, Mattie Diekel, Leah Greenberg, Leah Grossman, Anna Heller, Bessie Fisher, Anna Rabinovich, Bell and Rebecca Grossman, Mary and Fanny Fishman, Flora Rosenzweig and Sarah Phillips. Messrs. Harry Schwam Morris Griver, Dr. J. Greenberg of Mayville, Samuel Papermaster, Shepherd Pyes, Abraham Heller, M. Leipsic, L M. Vogel, George Papermaster, Saul Fishman, Joe Rabinovich, Bernard Stoffer, Hugo Vogel, David Grossman, Nathan Heller, Harry Rosenthal. Sameul Grossman, Isadore Papermaster, Louis Rosoff, Louis Rosenzweig, Nathan Papermaster and L. Greenberg. - Evening Times
1911-09-27_5 Louis L. Rosenzweig - - 1911-9-27 Grand Forks Daily At U. S. Bank. Sam Rosenzweig, Bellboy at the Frederick, Is First at Postal Bank. Ten Depositors Visited Postal Bank During the Day and Total Business For Day Amounted to $155-Sam Says He Would Have Deposited More Than Three Dollars If It Hadn't Been First Dao of New Year. Grand Forks of Federal Postal Savings bank. Sam Rosenzweig, aged 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Rosenzweig, 768 South third street, wa the first depositor. Sam is a B=bell boy at he Hotel Frederick, ad for some time prior to the opening of the local bank has had his mind set on being the first one to make a deposit. He was on hand at about 8 o'clock Saturday morning and waited around until the window was opening for the transaction of business. He deposited the sum of $3, at the same time, stating that if it had not been the first day of the Jewish New Year, he would have been able to get hold of more of his money and deposited that with Uncle Sam. - Grand Forks Daily Herald
1917-08-10_Page_Two Louis Rosenzweig - - 1917-8-10 Grand Forks Daily: Examinations of Men First Called Ended. County Draft Board Finishers Work in Three Days. As Planned. Second Summons In Near Future. Quota of County Far from Complete Up to Present Time. Louis Rosenzweig - Grand Forks Daily Herald
1918-12-22_Page_Five Louis Rosensweig - - 1918-12-22 Grand Forks Daily: Rosenzweig to Return. Mr. and Mrs. P. Rosensweig received a telegram from mother son Louis, who has been stationed at the base hospital at Camp Logan Housten, Texas. He has received his discharge from the army and will visit Camp Dodge, enroute home. - Grand Forks Daily Herald
1919-01-03_Page_Eight Louis Rosenszweig - - 1919-1-3 Louis Rosenzweig Back from Camp, Tells of Hospital. Louis Rosenzweig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rosenzweig, and brother of "Mose," who is now in France, returned last night from Camp Logan, Texas, where he has been stationed in the camp surgeon's office at camp headquarters, as a sanitary inspector. He has received his honorable discharge from the service, and reports that out of 20,000 men in the camp, but 155 died during the influenza epidemic, and that the base hospital there claims the record of any military camp in the country in this respect. He also reports that the hospital is now being used as a convalescent base hospital for the wounded soldiers who are being returned from the battlefronts, and that many wounded and gassed men have already arrived. - Grand Forks Daily Herald
1919-01-03_Page_Eight Rosenzweig - - 1919-1-3 Grand Forks Daily: Louis Rosenzweig Back From Camp, Tells of Hospital.Louis Rosenzweig, son fo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rosenzweig. - Grand Forks Daily Herald
1918-03-22_7 George Papermaster, Joseph Heller, Louis Rosenzweig - - 1918-3-22 Grand Forks Daily:. Drafted Men Must Report Sat., March 30. George Papermaster, Joseph Heller, Louis Rosenzweig, - Grand Forks Daily Herald and Evening Times
1918-03-22_7 Louis Rosenzweig & others - - 1918-3-22 Grand Forks Daily Abe Joseph Heller, Edwin R. Sain. Fred Louis Romberg, Joe Paul Markevic, Louis Rosensweig George Papermaster - Grand Forks Daily Herald and Evening Times
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