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Berson

1911-09-06_4 Dorothy Polinsky wed Wolfe DNT - -
1911-09-06 Polinsky-Wolfe Wedding occurs at synagogue - Miss Dorothy Polinsky and Joseph E Wolfe wed

1928-06-29_2 Berson wedding Jewish Chronicle - - 1928-6-29 Wedding Bells. The wedding of Miss Estelle Berson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berson, of 173 Johnson avenue, and Joseph Tabin of Brooklyn., son of Mrs. Fannie Tabin, took place Sunday evening, June 17, in Chalif's New York. the ceremony, which was held at 6:30 o'clock, was performed by Rabbi Ebins, of Bensonhurst, assisted by Cantor L. Eskowilz and a choir of twentty-five. Miss Pauline Berson, sister of the bride attended as maid of honor. Mrs. Rose Kahn, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, and the bridesmaids included the Misses Edith Grossman, of Newark; Irene Frost, of Montclair; Rose Pross, of Astoria, L. I.: Sylvia Morgenstern, of Brooklyn; Mildred Sandler, of New York, and Gertrude Frost, of Montclair. Sam Tabin, cousin of the bride-groom, served as best man an the ushers were Isadore Berson, brother of the bride; Carl Edelstein and Sol Berson of Newark; Nathan Grossman and Harold Berson of Newark and Max Beerman of Brooklyn. The flower girls were Lucille Talbin, niece of the bridegroom, and Evelyn Kahn, cousin of the bride. Sheldon Kahn swerved as ring bearer. A gown of duchess lace trimmed with pearls, tulle and orange blossoms was worn by the bride. Her veil, which was arranged in cap fashion, was of tulle and duchess lace trimmed also with pearls and orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of bridal roses and lilies of the valley. The bride's mother wore a silver and gold sequin dress, and the bridegroom's mother a black and silver sequin dress. The maid of honor was attired in green taffeta and tulle, her flowers being yellow roses. The matron of honor's gown was a beaded dress of white with cerise trimming. The bridesmaids wore gowns of taffeta and tulle in pastel shades. After a trip to Canada, the couple will reside at 140 Chancellor avenue.

1929-12-20_7 Double engagement Berson Weissman Jewish Chronicle - - 1929-12-20 New Jersey: Double Engagement In Two Families. A double engagement in the families of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berson of 356 Hunterdon street and Mr. and Mrs. Josepeh Weissman of 540 Valley street. Orange has been announced. Miss Mollie Berson is engaged to Max Weissman and Miss Mollie Weissman is engaged to Benjamin Berson. A double wedding will be performed February 22 at Schary Manor.

1930-02-28_7 Double Wedding Weisman-Molly Weisman and Benjamin Berson Molly Berson and Mac Weisman Rabbi Joseph Wolf Jewish Chronicle - - 1930-2-28 New Jersey: Double Wedding Ceremony Held. A double wedding took place last Saturday-evening in athe families of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weisman of 540 Valley street, Orange, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berson, of 356 Hunterdon street, when Miss Mollly Weisman was married to Benjamin Berson, and Miss Molly Berson became the bride of Mac Weisman. The ceremony was performed at Schary Manor by Rabbi Joseph Wolf of New York. Attending Miss Weisman was her sister, Mrs. David Berlin, as her matron of honor, and Miss Berson's sister, Mrs. Ernest Krauss as her matron of honor. Isadore Berson was his brother's best man and Lee Sherman, Mr. Weisman's best man. The ushers included Sol Berson, David Feldman, Dory Berson, Jay J. Seigal, Abe Wagner, Michael Schockett, Mac Rauchbach, Rod Soskin, Nat Ruderman, Max Weisman, Philip Shurkin and Mark Lazer. Miss Weisman wore a Vionnet model ivory satin gown with a cap-shaped tulle veil. Miss Berson was gowned in eggshell satin in the princess style and also wore a cap-shaped tulle veil. Both carried calla lilies.

1930-03-28_7 Pauline Berson and Jack Flowers marriage Jewish Chronicle - - 1930-3-28 New Jersey: Flower-Berson Wedding. Miss Pauline Berson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berson, of 173 Johnson avenue, became the bride of Jack Flowers, of New York, Sunday evening, March 9. The ceremony, which was performed by Rev. Roman of New York, assisted by Cantor Berele Chagy of Newark, took place at 163 West Fifty-seventh street, New York. A dinner and reception for 150 couples followed. The bride wore an ivory satin gown made in the the princess mode and a cap-shaped veil caught on the sides of the head with orange blossoms. She carried a sheaf of clla lilies. Miss Florence Berson attended her sister as maid of honor, and George Schultz of New York, was best man. The bridesmaids were the Misses Edith Grossman and Anne Cohen of Newark; Minna Sandler, Frances Platterfine and Marion Stillman, of New York. the ushers were Harold and Isadore Berson, brothers of the bride; Benjamin Nadale, Milton Venetian and Joseph Blume, of New York. After a trip through the South, the couple will live at 439 Elizabeth avenue.



Schapery

1914-10-09_4 Harry Oscar Schapery Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1914-10-9 Bemidji daily pioneer. Duluth. Two Die in Duluth Fire. Young Men Perish Wen Building is destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. Schapery lived in a flat over the bakery escaped.

1910-04-28_9 Fanny Schapery oil fire DNT - - 1910-4-28 Oil Can Explodes. 426 East First street. Mrs. Harry Schapery escapes.

1914-10-08 Harry Oscar Schapery DNT - - 1914-10-8 West End Fire Claims 2 Lives; Building Gutted. 2914 West third Street-Mrs. Harry Schapery Snatches Babe From Man and Escapes Death.

1914-12-16_[7] Harry Schapery DNT - - 1914-12-16 Building Is Burned Twice In 3 Months. Was Under Repair, por Duplication of October Casualty Might Have Resulted. 2914 West Third street. The Schaperys carried out their two children in last fire. Leary, Clark, and Henry Larson with several others had attended a party in a flat over the bakery conducted by Harry Schapery in the same building.

yyy - - 1915-3-9 Faces Nonsupport Charge. Schapery, a baker, aged 29, yesterday was arraigned in municipal court. Schapery, who lives and operates a bakery at 2914 West Third street was arrested by A patrolman P. McDonald on complaint of Mrs. Schapery. Hearing was set for March 16 at 10 o’clock.

1915-03-22_8Harry Oscar Schapery.DNT - - 1915-3-22 Seeks Divorce; Charges Cruelty And Adultery. Harry Schapery 30 , Duluth baker, Fannie Schapery 28? Two children. Wife wants to restore to her maiden name. They were married at Duluth Feb. 24, 1910.

1918-03-21_[10] F. Schapery Building permits DNT - - 1918-3-21 Building Permits. Fannie Schapery, repairs.

1919-05-04_9 F. Schapery sale of house DNT - - 1919-5-4 Inquiry For Property is Good, Says Sales Manager. Fannie Schapery, $4,200.

1920-07-29_3 Harry Oscar Schapery DNT - - 1920-7-29 Schapery Denies Charge Of Recless Driving. 212 Third avenue East

1920-08-02_3 Harry Schapery DNT - - 1920-8-2 Court to Decide Speeding Cases On Own Merit. Sane Presentation of Facts Better Than Crusade of Punishment, Judge Avers. Harry Schapery.

1920-08-13_4 Harry Schapery - - 1920-8-13 Four Arraigned For alleged Violation Of Traffic Law. H. Schapery charged with reckless driving out on #100 bail.

1920-08-20_3 H. Schapery reckless driving - - 1920-8-20 Traffic Law Cases Engage Municipal. H. Schapery, continued.

1920-08-27_3 Schapery dismissed charges - - 1920-8-27 Two Cases Dismissed. H. Schapery

1920-10-28_3 Harry Schapery - - 1920-10-28 Harry Schapery for $1,050 for loss of comfort and happiness of his wife’s companionship due to injuries in an auto accident.

1921-03-11_2 Harry Oscar Schapery - - 1921-3-11 Woman, Injured By Auto, Sues Driver for $5,000. Harry Schapery, secretary of the Western Development

1921-03-13_13 Harry Oscar Schapery - - 1921-3-13 Woman Awarded $1,200 For Alleged Injuries. Ellen C. and Charles Erickson against Harry Schapery.

1921-10-08_3 Fannie Schapery - - 1921-10-8 Defendants Win Verdict. Hebrew ladies’ Society against Young Women’s Hebrew association and the Bank of Commerce and Savings. $683. Complainants for the ladies society were Celie Litman, Bessie Love, Mary Jacobson, Eva Levine, Fanny Schapery and Izie Chessen.

1922-06-11_[10] Schapery Resort Company cropped - - 1922-6-11 Ad Schapery’s Place Peterson’s Old Landing route No. 1, Cook, Minn. cropped.

1922-08-27_8 Vacation spots in Minnesota and Wisconsin - - 1922-8-27 Vacation Spots. Ad for Schapery’s

1922-05-06_6 Fanny and Harry Schaper Col. 3 Mtge Default Labor_World - - 1922-5-6 Col. 3 Labor World Default on mortgage Fanny and Harry Schapery.

1914-10-16_4 Harry Schapery cropped - - 1914-10-16 Morris Tribune Two Die In Fire. Young Men Perish When Building Is Destroyed. Harry Schapery bakery building at Duluth. cropped.

1914-10-14_6 Harry Oscar Schapery Willmar_tribune - - 1914-10-14 Wilmar Tribune Two Die in Fire Harry Schapery bakery.

Berman

1909-03-27_77 Mrs._ L. L. Berman Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1909-3-27 Mrs L L Berman - Proprietor of Berman Emporium , Dealer in Millinery, Ladies' shoes, children's shoes, Dry goods, Silks, Ladies' furnishings, etc

1909-11-15_2 L. L. Berman Berman Emporium Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1909-11-15 Mrs l Berman to retire from active business - The entire mammoth up-to-date stock of the Berman Emporium will be sold at once.

1911-01-10_4 Mrs. L L Berman and Miss Leah Berman, Spokane Wash. Eugene Berman Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1911-1-10 col. 2 Mrs. L. L. Berman, Leah Berman, spent one year in Spokane, Washington, visiting Eugene Berman in Bemidji.

1915-07-28_4 Minnie, Leah, Eugene Berman cropped Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1915-7-28 Bemidji Mrs. Minnie Berman (Minneapolis), visiting daughter Leah Berman and son Eugene Berman.

1915-07-28_4 Minnie, Leah, Eugene Berman Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1915-7-28 Mrs Minnie Berman, who has spent the past month in Bemidji visiting her daughter, Miss Leah Berman and her son, Eugene Berman returned to her home in Mpls.

1917-08-10_13 Minnie Berman AJW - - 1917-8-10 American Jewish World: Minnie Berman in charge of arrangements for Y.W.H.A. Picnic. Y.W.H.A. Picnic. Gertrude Silber, Emily Roberts, Ida Fishman, Rose Share, Minnie Berman.

Gavowsky

1906-12-01_5 Siegel Gavowsky Evening_Times - - Evening Times 1906-12-6 Fargo, N.D. Joined Husband At Fargo. Woman, Whose Child is Drowned by Crazed Woman While Crossing Atlantic, Arrives.

1906-12-01_9 Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - Fargo Forum 1906-12-1 Mrs. Siegel Arrived in Fargo Last Night. Heartbroken Mother Tells of the Tragic Fate of Her Baby Boy in Mid-Ocean-The Family Reunited in Fargo.

1906-12-02_3 Gavowsky Siegel cropped Minneapolis_journal - - Minneapolis Journal 1906-12-2 Says Ship's Officers Neglected Their Duty. Mrs. Gavowsky, Heartbroken Over Tragic Death of Babe, Reaches Destination at Fargo.

Benesovitz

1903-12-03_[10] Superior H. B. Benesovitz -DNT - - 1903-12-3 Fraternal Orders Elect Officers Annual Selection of Representatives Made in Three Lodges of Superior. Benesovitz, K. M.

1911-06-03_6 Hibbing H. Benesovitz -DNT - - 1911-6-3 Criminal Cases For Trial At Hibbing. H. Benesovitz is charged with having obtained jewelry under false pretenses.

1912-12-16_2 B. Benesovitz Socialists, women education -DNT - - 1912-12-16 Hibbing: Socialists Lecture At Hibbing Next Week. B. Benesovitz women encouraged to attend. "Education without the ballot would be better than the ballet without education."

1913-02-13_3 Ben Benesovitz -DNT - - 1913-2-13 Hibbing: Socialists After Hibbing Offices. Ben Benesovitz.

1915-02-24_10 Hymon B. Benesovitz and Rachael Slouim -DNT - - 1914-2-24 Hymon (Hymen) B. Benesovitz and Rachael Slouim (Slonim) m.l.

1915-07-10_12 Benesovitch -DNT - - 1915-7-10 Mrs. G. Benssovitz (Benesovitz) returned home Wednesday from Duluth, where she was with her son Abraham, who underwent an operation at St. Luke’s hospital for appendicitis. She reports his condition improved.

1915-07-24_12 Abraham Benesovitz -DNT - - 1915-7-24 Hibbing: Abraham Benesovitz returned from Duluth, were he underwent an operation two weeks ago at St. Mary’s hospital.

1915-08-13_7 H. B. Benesovitz, Allice Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. S. Berkowitz of Superior -DNT - - 1915-8-13 Miss Alice Berkowitz has returned to Boston after visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Benesovitz, 807 East Fifth street, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Berkowitz of Superior.

1917-03-30_5 Elsie Benesovitz Hibbing photo -DNT - - 1917-3-30 Hibbing: Beat Boys Badly In School Honors. Photo. Nearly Five Girls For Every Boy. Elsie Benesovitz, Dorothy Cohen.

1918-06-01_3 Elsie Benesovitz -DNT - - 1918-6-1 Hibbing: 50 To Be Graduated From Hibbing High On June 13. Ruth Rogalsky, Elsie Benesovitz.

1918-06-14_5 Elsie Benesovitz -DNT - - 1918-6-14 Fifty Finish School And College Courses At Hibbing. Photo. Graduates of Lincoln High School, Assembled Yesterday at Entrance to Hibbing Building. Elsie Benesovitz, Dorothy Cohen.

1920-02-19_7 Anna Slomin and Julius L. Siegel marriage Ethel Benesovitgz -DNT - - 1920-2-19 Social Happenings. Wedding of Miss Anna Slomin (Slonim) and Julius L. Siegel. Camels’ temple. Rabbi I. Tepliz. Pearl Siegel. Ben Slonim, Herman Wiener of Eveleth, Mr. and Mrs. H. Benesovitz, Irene Marcus of Superior, Ethel Benesovitz. Guests: Mrs. M. Levitz, Pearl Levitz, Jack Siegel-Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Wiener-Eveleth, Mr. and Mrs. C. Marcus-Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Siegel will make their home in Duluth.

1921-02-03_5 Hyman Benesovitz -DNT - - 1921-2-3 Light Fine Given. Hyman Benesovitz is found guilty of charge of violating a nited States statue by using the mails to send circulars advertising punch boards, by a jury which deliberated seven hours. He was fined $10. Judge Morris advised attorneys for Benesovitz to take an appeal to the circuit court of appeals on the matter, to deice definitely the legality of sending such circulars.

1921-03-06_12 H. B. Benesovitz -DNT - - 1921-3-6 Judge Overrides post office Sanction of Punch Boards. H. B. Benesovitz was told in federal court the violated the postal regulations when he sent circulars through the mails advertising punch boards.

Misc

1908-01-20 Goldish, Simon wedding 1908 - - 1908-01-20 Jewish Wedding is gala affair. Miss Mary Seiesneck of Cleveland became the bride of Mr Simon Godish of St Paul - La Crosse Tribune, 20 January 1908, page 5.

1899-02-04 First Jewish Wedding in Duluth - - 1899-02-04 the first wedding amoung the Jewish people cocured when Rabbi Frey of Dultuh married Jacob Stien of Eveleth to Miss Sarah Fenkle who has just arrived from Yumpel, Russia. Duluth Evening Herald,

1917-04-22 Goldish, A M news - - 1917-04-22 article of AM Goldish talking about how the czar caused the early death of mother of Lewis/Louis J. Selznick. Although from Findagrave we learn it was actually his stepmother Libe Lina Fine who died in Cleveland in December 1893. The stress and the ordeal: She was only 35 or 36. La Crosse Tribune

1908-05-23_7 Harry Siegel Dickinson_press - - 1908-5-23 Dickinson, N. D. The Family Theatre. There has been a good attendance at entertainments given by the Family Theatre Co., with the exception of Wednesday night when it was too stormy to expect anyone to leave their own fireside. The pictures have been pleasing and interesting and the singing and piano solos are deserving of special mention. --- The machine, one of the latest fireproof instruments of the Edison make, is enclosed in a booth, separate from the audience, and lined with two thicknesses of asbestos paper making it absolutely fire proof. The doors of the building have been changed to open out, as all other public buildings should and a side-door exit has been made. --- Several special features have been arranged for Saturday evening’s entertainment and a good time is guaranteed to all who attend. Harry Siegel of Jamestown, an expert operator has been engaged to run the machine for the summer.

1908-06-13_8 Col 3 Harry Siegel Dickinson_press - - 1908-6-13 Dickinson press. Harry Siegel has made arrangements for the opera house for the summer months and is to conduct a moving picture show. Mr. Siegel has secured Ray Jones, an expert pianist to assist in the entertainment line and as soon as possible he will arrange to have Dickinson included in the vaudeville circuit.

1909-12-30_6 Col 5 Harry Siegel, 220 Second Ave., So Jamestown_alert - - 1909-12-30 Jamestown Weekly Alert. Ever Watchful. A Littl Care Will Save Many Jamestown Readers Future Trouble. Ad. Harry Siegel, formerly living at 220 Second Ave., So., Jamestown, N. Dak., says: "About six months ago I commenced to suffer from kidney trouble. My back pained me so severely that I was usable to get about and the kidney secretions also caused me much annoyance. Hearing of Doan’s Kidney Pills, I procured a box at Smith’s drug store and commenced their use. I felt relief immediately and when I had taken the contents of three boxes I was permanently cured."

1914-07-22_12 col. 7 Harry Siegel candle fire Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican_ - - 1914-7-22 Fargo Forum. So Hot ice Chest Blazed. The freak trick of the season at Baltimore was occasioned when it was responsible for a fire that burned the top of a chest containing ice at the home of Harry Siegel, 326 North Front street. - - - Mr. Siegel placed two lighted candles on the chest. The high temperature caused these candles to melt until they bent completely over, the flames igniting the top of the box. There was a blaze and excitement prevailed for a few moments. No alarm was sounded. The fire was extinguished y members of the family.

Codel

1968-02-03_7 Ronnie Esther Goldish Dr. Romberg wed Boston_Herald - - 1968-2-3 Bostan Hearld Miss goldish to Wed Dr. Romberg. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Goldish of Tuls, Okla. Engagement Miss Ronnie Esther Goldish to Dr. Henry Charles Romberg. So of Mrs. Abraham L. Finesinger and the late Dr. Eli C. Romberg.

1901-08-26_5 Sam Braverman and Sarah Feigel ml DNT - - 1901-8-26 Sam Braverman and Sarah Feige marriage license.

1911-06-27_12 Sam S. Goldish and Bessie Walt DNT - - 1911-6-27 Sam S. Goldish and Bessie Walt marriage license.

1916-07-30_4B Mrs . M. Codel Azine party last col DNT - - 1916-7-23 Mrs. Morton M. Azine, 513 ½ Second avenue East entertained. Mrs. M. Codel, Mrs. M. Stein-Gilbert, Mrs. Charles Cohen, Miss Hattie Markowitz, Miss Rose Coran, Miss Dora Simon, Miss Minnie Brusso, Miss Delia Fox, Miss Sarah Rudnitsky, Miss Ruth Raihill, Miss Charlotte Azine.

1917-05-17_3 Sarah Codel milk bottles DNT - - 1917-5-17 Many Milk Bottles, A Cut, Cause Suit. Sarah Codel injured Hand While Seeking Rebate-Asks $1,000 Now.

1917-12-01_9 M Codel grocer ad cropped DNT - - 1917-12-1 Morris Codel Ad Good News for Every Housewife Today.

1917-12-01_9 M Codel grocer ad DNT - - 1917-12-1 M. Codel grocer ad.

1919-06-26_9 Esther Goldish St. Paul wedding party DNT - - 1919-6-26 Miss Rae Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Miller-Jefferson Street and J. D. Ginsberg of Des Moines took place at Forresters’ hall, Miss Esther Goldish-St. Paul, Rabbi Teplitz. Miss Sadie Miller,-maid of honor, Miss Frieda Shapiro-St. Paul, Miss Sarah Goldish-bridesmaids. , Alice Goldish, Herman Ginsberg, Benjamin B. Miller, Abraham Miller.

1922-09-17_6 3rd col. Dry Goods Store M. Codel Hibbing, MN cropped DNT - - 1922-9-17 Hibbing Morris Codel Dry Goods Store-Centrally located, must sell stock and fixtures, rent or sell bldg..;ill health cause of selling. M. Codel, 2528 1st ave., South Hibbing, Minn. Cropped

1922-09-17_6 3rd col. Dry Goods Store M. Codel Hibbing DNT - - 1922-9-17 Hibbing Morris Codel Dry Goods Store-Centrally located, must sell stock and fixtures, rent or sell bldg..;ill health cause of selling. M. Codel, 2528 1st ave., South Hibbing, Minn. Full Page

1986-07-17_67 Jacob Goldish obit Plain_Dealer - - 1986 Jacob Goldish obituary

Siegel

1913-08-13_[4] Elias Siegel jury duty DNT - - 1913-8-13 Duluth Elias Siegel, jury duty

1897-03-10_2 Aaron Siegel, Elias Siegel, J. H. Gosnel cropped Milwaukee_Journal - - 1897-3-10 Milwaukee Journal Aaron Siegel and Aaron Siegel Keystone Loan & Mercantile Co. Superior

1992-09-07_116 Aaron & Elias Siegel 1905 John Ave. Superior Milwaukee_Sentinel - - 1992-9-7 Milwaukee Sentinel Aaron Siegel Unclaimed Land 1905 Jo0hn Ave. Superior

1904-03-29_12Mrs. Elias Siegel gave birth to boy Saint_Paul_globe - - 1904-3-29 Saint Paul Mrs. Elias Siegel

1897-01-30_4 Jacob Siegel, Elias Siegel, Aaron Siegel, Matt Siegel conspiracy Superior_times - - 1897-1-30 Superior Times Actions have been brought against Isaac Cohn, Jacob Siegel, Elias Siegel, Aaron Siegel, Sam Cohen, William Kellar, Matt Siegel and Isaac Rothstein for conspiracy, in connection with the assignment made about a year ago by Cohen & Siegel.

1898-05-28_2 Siegel et al impleaded appeliants Reversed Superior_times - - 1898-5-28 Superior Times Siegel et al impleaded appellants Reversed.

1903-03-08_[14] property Elias Seigel Aaron Siegel DN - - 1903-3-8 Duluth Elias Siegel and Aaron Siegel land movement.

1904-04-14 Max Siegel moving to Minneapolis Princeton_union - - 1914*04-14 The family of Max Siegel will remove to Mpls in a short time.

1973-03-29_25 Max Mendelsohn obituary cropped Chicago_Daily_News - - 1911-12-1 Bismark Daily Tribune Max Mendelsohn and Miss Jennie Siegel of Fargo were united in the holy bonds of wedlock, the young couple plightig their troth according to the rites of the Jewish church.

1973-03-29_25 Max Mendelsohn obituary cropped Chicago_Daily_News - - 1973-3-29 Chicago Daily News Max Mendelsohn obituary.

1907-05-07_11 Jennie Siegel recital Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1907-5-7 Fargo, ND Washington School, Jennie Siegel

1914-04-16_6 Washinton School Gertrude Siegel Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican_ - - 1914-4-16 Fargo, ND Washington School, 6th grade, Jennie Siegel

1960-05-23 Nathanson, Maxine - Mrs Joseph - - 1960-05-23 Mrs Joseph Nathanson - Woman behind the man - Jewish Leader keeps Zoo for her children

1921-06-24_8 Leo Harwin Siegel American_Jewish_world - - 1921-6-24 American Jewish World Leo Harwin Siegel Doctor of Dental Surgery

1911-11-27_8 Leo Siegel Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1911-11-27 Fargo Forum, Jewish Wedding Held Popular Young Couple Plighted Their Trogth According to Rites of Jewish Church. Miss Jennie Siegel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel, and Max Mendelsohn. Etta Levits, Pearile and Mina Siegel, H. Mandelsohn, Delia Levits, Gertrude Siegel, Harris Rubel, Leo Sierel, Gertrude Hartstein, Rabbi Levine, Lask, Out of town guests: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mendelsohn-Minneapolis, Mrs. Mandelsohn, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis (Elias) Seigel-Superior, WI, Mr. and Mrs. Mendesohn making home in Fargo, ND.

1914-07-14_6 Leo Siegel Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1914-7-14 Fargo Forum, Mr. and Mrs. M. Levitt are entertaining as their guests this week, Leo and Mina Siegal of Minneapolis and Master Nathan and Archibald Siegel of Superior, WI.

1914-07-14_6 Mina Siegel cropped Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1914-7-14 Cropped for easier viewing Mena Siegel

1911-11-27_8 Jennie Siegel and Maxwell Mark Mendelsohn wedding cropped Fargo_forum - - 1911-11-27 Cropped Jewish Wedding Held. Mena Siegel - Jennie Siegel and Maxwell Mark Mendelsohn wedding cropped version for easier viewing

1915-03-17_4 B'nai Brith of North Dakota, Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1915-03-17_4 Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican_ B'nai Brith of North Dakota, car of flour sent to Palestine, list of Jewish families who contributed - Bnai Brith sends car of flour to relieve the staring Jews and Christian of war stricken country

Levitz

1910-12-24_9 Albert Levits Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1910-12-24 Albert Levitz brought charges against pool hall.

1908-11-02_7 Jacob Levitz cropped Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1908-11-2 Boy Pleads Guilty To Embezzlement. Chas. S. Post Collected Money For Jacob Levitz And Coverted It To His Own Use-Drew Thirty Days.

1914-04-21_9 Jacog Levitz croppeFargo_forum_and_daily_republican_ - - 1914-4-21 Jacob Levitz Not Guilty.

1917-07-23_9 Jacob Levitz draft 3206 Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1917-7-23 Jacob Levitz registration for draft 3206, 1126 4th Ave. S.

1910-2-3 Jacob Levitz purchased fight show rights - - 1910-2-3 Fargo Man-Buys Fight Pictures Jacob Levitz

Lashkowitz

1918-12-20_12 American_Jewish_world - - 1918-12-20_12 Bnai Brith Elections. Fargo. The John Hay Lodge of the I.O.B.B. of Fargo, North Dakota, held election of officers at the last meeting. The following were chosen: President Harry Lashkowitz; vice president Max Goldberg; secretary, Jake Goldberg; treasurer, Saul Simon; trustee, Matt Siegel; warden, Abe Gilles; guardian Nathan Brandeis; delegate to district convention, Alex Stern.

1918-12-20_12 American_Jewish_world - - 1918-12-20_12 Deceased. Miriam Levine Shapiro. Mrs. Leo Shapiro, 2659 Lake of the Isles Boulevard, passed away on Monday last, after an attack of influenza followed by pneumonia. She was twenty-eight years of age , and is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Levine of Duluth, her two sisters, Mrs. Maurice Rapoport of Indianapolis, and Mrs. David Rapoport of New York, a brother Victor Levine, now with the American Expeditionary Forces in France, her husband, and her three children, Leo, Jr., Elizabeth, and the newly born infant, who arrived on Thursday, December the Twelfth. The baby was taken to her former home in Duluth for burial.

919-11-07_5 Mrs. Lashkowitz son Harold, sister H. T. Bearman AJW - - 1919-11-07 Mrs Harry Lashkowitz and son Harold of Fargo visitied sister and aunt Mrs H T Bearman at their home.

1921-06-03_5 Mrs. Harry Lashkowitz, Mrs. H. T. Bearman sisters AJW - - 1921-6-3-Minneapolis - The American Jewish World -- Mrs. Harry Lashkowitz of Fargo N.D. who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. T. Bearman, 1112 Newton Avenue North, for several weeks, left Wednesday, June 1, for her home. She was joined by Mr. Lashkowitz on his return from Des Moines where he attended the District Lodge convention of the B’nai B’rith as delegate from Fargo. - - - Miss Mayme Weinberg of Duluth, Minn., was the guest of relatives and friends in the Twin Cities last week. - - - Miss Jennie Levitz, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. T. Bearman, for several weeks, left Wednesday for her home in Fargo. - - - Miss Katie Rubin, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lurie, 538 Irving Avenue North, for several weeks, will leave Monday for Chicago and New York City, where she will sail on the Aquitania on June 14 for Glasgow Scotland. After a visit with relatives there, she will sail for her home in Orange Free State Union of South Africa. Miss Rubin has been a year in the United States spending the greater part of the time with her uncle Mr. David Naftalin, in Fargo, N.D. while pursuing her musical studies. - - - Mr. Lazarus Barron of Crystal Lake, Iowa, was in the city this week, the guest of relatives and friends.

1917-06-29 Lashkowitz, Etta Levitz - picture in wedding dress - - 1917-06-29 The marriage of Miss Etta Levits daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Levitz of Fargo, N. Dak., to Mr. Harry Lashkowitz also of Fargo was celebrated Tuesday evening, June 19th at the home of the bride’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lashkowitz are visiting in the Twin Cities, Lake Minnetonka and Duluth for several weeks and will then return to make their home in Fargo where Mr. Lshkowitz is engaged in the practice of law. The American Jewish World June 29, 1917

Bearman

1919-07-04_12 Moses Bearman Harry T. Bearman's father Mpls AJW - - 1919-7-4 The American Jewish World Moses W. Bearman Pioneer Settler Dies.

1921-06-17_8 High School and Universithy of Minnesota graduates AJW - - 1921-6-17 The American Jewish World. Many Jewish Graduations University Graduates.

1922-01-13_16 Dorothy Bearman Flag Day AJW - - 1922-1-19 The American Jewish World. Flag Day A Success. - - Dorothy Bearman

1915-01-06_8 Levitz and Bearman wedding Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1915-1-6 Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bearman Mrs. M. Bearman, Bearman-Levits wedding.

1974-09-27_43 Jane Bearman Newark_Star-Ledger - - 1974-9-27 Newark Star-Ledger Jane Bearman artist.

Julius Siegel and others

1922-03-31_4 Minneapolis Mrs. S. Siegel American_Jewish_world - - 1922-3-31 The American Jewish World Club Kodivrim Society, Mrs. Julius Siegel, Mrs. S. Siegel, Th Northern Lights.Mrs. M. S. Hirschfield, Dr. Alvin Luchs, Ralph Levine, - - - 1922-3-31 The American Jewish World The Symposium Mennorah Society o University of Minnesota. Why Jewish Education is Necessary. Max Shapiro, Gearld Friedman, David Goldstein, Marvin Oerck, given in Hibbing.

1903-05-10 Julius Siegel attending Univ of Minnesota DNT - - 1903-5-10 Seniors Plan To0 Enter College. Many High School Graduates Have Made Selections. Siegel

1907-03-03_11 Julius Siegel of Duluth, A. Siegel party DNT - - 1907-3-3 Society. Mr. and Mrs. A. Siegel of Hammond avenue, private masquerade party in honor of Mrs. Siegel’s sister, Miss Deborah Blom of Minneapolis, Odd Fellows’ hall. Guests of honor: Rose Cohen, Anna Taran, Bessie Stern, Mamie Siegel, Fanny Abrahamson, Elsie Holzber, Sophie Weinstein, Fanny Light, Alice Holzberg, Libbie Holzberg, Molly Cohen, Ray Holzberg, Florence Sterns, B. Cohen, Herman Aronson, A. Holzberg, Sam Weinstein, Isadore Cohen, Julius L. Cohen, Mannie Averbook, Barney Tremblatt, Mannie Stern, Cassel Marcus, Abe Garon, E. Siegel, Ed Lasky, Louis Lasky, J. L. Pollock, H. Stern of Superior, Julius Siegel, Mamie Siegel, Fannie Abrahamson, Sophie Weinstein and Fannie Light of Duluth.

1908-03-14_4 Julius Siegels pawn shop DNT - - 1908-3-14 Endless Chain Thefts Land Them In Jail. Julius Siegel’s pawn shop

1908-09-24_3 Coleraine, MN Julius Siegel Univ of Wisc draftsman or Oliver Iron Mining Co DNT - - 1908-9-24 Coleraine Young Men Will Go To College. Julius Siegel University of Wisconsin, mechanical engineering. . Leading draftsman for Oliver Iron Mining Company. Lieberman-Siegel. Miss Ida Lieberman and Samuel Siegel. Rabbi Teplitz. Rose LiebermanIda Dorfman-Chicago, Julius Siegel, David Lieberman, 303 West Third street. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. Confeldt, Mrs. Joseph Confeldt, K. Confeldt-Minneapolis, Mrs. Stein-Gilbert, Mrs. A. Confeldt-Minneapolis, Mrs. J. Dorfman, Bessie Winer-Minneapolis, J. Simon-Bovey, David Wienberg-Eveleth, Mrs. W. Steinman-St. Paul.

1909-08-10_4 Ida Lieberman and Samuel Siegel wedding Julius Siegel groomsman DNT - - 1909-08-10 Ida Lieberman and Samuel Siegel wedding Julius Siegel groomsman DNT - - - Lieberman-Siegel. Miss Ida Lieberman and Samuel Siegel. Rabbi Teplitz. Rose LiebermanIda Dorfman-Chicago, Julius Siegel, David Lieberman, 303 West Third street. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. Confeldt, Mrs. Joseph Confeldt, K. Confeldt-Minneapolis, Mrs. Stein-Gilbert, Mrs. A. Confeldt-Minneapolis, Mrs. J. Dorfman, Bessie Winer-Minneapolis, J. Simon-Bovey, David Wienberg-Eveleth, Mrs. W. Steinman-St. Paul.

1910-01-09_2 Mae Siegel, J. D. Siegel's daughter, Julius Siegel of Superior DNT - - 1910-01-09 Miss Mae Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Siegel and Cassel Marcus of Fargo, ND. Rabbi Kissam, Rose Cohen-Superior, Sara Hurvick, Julius Siegel, Julius Cohen-Superior, Pearl Siegel, Leslie Hurvick, Mr. and Mrs. I. Cohen and daughters-hibbing. Mrs. Marie Kosing, Natalie Kosing, Etta Kosing=Minneapolis, Franklin=New York, Jennie Aronsohn=St. Paul, Celia Sloane=Hurley, Wis., Dora Levitz, Jake Leitz, Alexander Rosenbloom-Fargo, N.D. Mr. Marcus and his bride will live in Fargo, N.D.

1910-01-09_2 , Mr. and Mrs. I. Oreckovsky, 348 Lake Ave. north. Rabbi Kissam, will make home in Duluth. - - 1910-01-09 Rachel Oreckovsky and Joseph Harris married, Mr. and Mrs. I. Oreckovsky, 348 Lake Ave. north. Rabbi Kissam, will make home in Duluth.

Golberg

1920-05-22_6 Bertha Golberg cropped Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1920-5-22 Bemidji Daily Pioneer Surprise For Miss Golberg. Lady Macabees, Bertha Goldberg, 112 Third street. Handkerchiefs gift. Leaving in June for Philadelphia to make her home. Cropped

1920-05-22_6 Bertha Golberg Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1920-5-22 Bemidji Daily Pioneer Surprise For Miss Golberg. Lady Macabees, Bertha Goldberg, 112 Third street. Handkerchiefs gift. Leaving in June for Philadelphia to make her home.

1904-10-31_8 S. Golberg DNT - - 1904-10-31 Of Interest To Women. Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Kernes. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Kernes, East Ninth street, Ida Elberts, A. Berg, Samuel Kernes. Mr. and Mrs. I. Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cohen, L. Kassmir, Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Kassmir, Mr. and Mrs. S. Kassmir, Mr. and Mrs. D. Simon, Mr. and Mrs. M. Shenosky, Mr. and Mrs. L. Shenosky, Mr. amd Mrs. M. Polinsky, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Polinsky, Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rocklin, Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. H. Capalov, Mr. and Mrs. F. Popkin, Mr. and Mrs. L. Toback, Mr. and Mrs. S. Kernes, Mr. and Mrs. P. Levine, Esther Kernes, Ida Elberts, Anna Elberts Sophie Kassmir, Lilly Kassmir, Harold Kassmir, Harold Kernes, Samuel Kernes, Morris Nides, Sam Lavick, Joe Laskowitz, D. Foustousky, A. Berg. (note: maybe a Halloween party?)

1910-03-05_12 Mose Golberg or Goldberg DNT - - 1910-03-05 Harry W. Wins Match Ice Race. Goldberg Horse Springs Surprise by Defeating Miss Hartford in Fast Heats. Mose Goldberg’s Harry W. captured race.

1911-04-06 Nathan Golberg and W. Wise DNT - - 1911-4-6 Loses Patience And Ends Up In Court. J. Goldberg charged with assault and battery. W. Wise charges Godberg of beating his son Nathan Goldber denies charges.

1914-07-13 Myer Golberg DNT - - 1914-7-13 Duluthian Invents New Cipher Code, Using Letter X” And Characters; Has Become Proficient In Its Use. Meyer Golberg simplified alphabet. Wants to sell code. Places xxxx across page and fills in characters. Makes it easy to write. - - - (There is a Meyer Goldberg who marries Lillian London and is a grocer in Duluth. There must be a younger Goldberg because the Meyer in the article is a school boy.)

1915-06-15_14 Moses Golberg DNT - - 1915-6-15 Ships Six Carloads Of Duluth Horses To European War. Moses Golberg, owner of the Zenith Sales stable. Will be sent to France. Will be used for the French cavalry.

1918-06-16_12 G. Golberg DNT - - 1918-6-16 Zionists Will Elect Officers. Program and Report on Sale of Shekels Will be Features of Meeting tonight. Agudath Zionist society. Tower Hall. Edith Lasky, Sarah Cohen, Harry Cohen, Mollie Handlovsky. Chas. Aronovitz, Isadore Cohen, Robert Cohen, Roy Edelstein, N. Borvotsky, G. Golberg, M. Greenberg, Herman Aronsohn, Lewis Lasky, Edwin Lasky, Ed Lurye, Alex Shapiro, Casel Marcus.

1919-10-29_11 l. D. Golberg and Dan Marks DNT - - 1919-10-29 Auto Burns; Suit Follows. Dan Marks and L. D. Golberg

1920-12-25 Lillian Golbrg Myer Golberg divorce DNT - - 1920-12-25 Divorce Suits Christmas Prsents For Hubbies. Lillie Golberg, age 28, started divorce proceedings against Myer Golberg, age 37. They were married Aug. 1, 1909, and have three children. The plaintiff asked the court to award her custody of the children.

1921-02-20_[18] Ruth Golberg 224 East 7th St. Tiny Tots DNT - - 1921-2-20 Ruth Golberg, Tiny Tots

1922-04-06_12 Marvin Golberg DNT - - 1922-4-6 Superior New. Prize Winners in Bird House Contest Picked. Marvin Golberg

1920-10-08_3 Lillie Goldberg selling cig. to minors DNT - - 1920-10-8 Hearing Set For Pair Arrested On Assault Charge. Lillie Goldberg pleaded guilty to selling cigarettes to minors and was fined $25.

London

1911-04-08_14 Joseph London obit DNT - - 1911-4-8 Joseph London obit.

1914-12-09_6 Jacob London DNT - - 1914-12-9 Jacob London horse trade

1914-03-04_2 Bessie London, wife of Jacob London obit DNT - - 1914-3-4 Bessie London obit.

Karsner

1920-04-25_8 Jacob Karsner Western Young Judaean convention DNT - - 1920-4-25 Is Convention Delegate. Jacob Karsner has gone to St. Paul as a delegate to the convention of the Western Young Judaean, now in session there.

1912-05-24_12 Evaa Karsner and Thomas Davis ml DNT - - 1912-5-24 Marriage Licenses: Thomas Davis and Eva Karsner.

1920-12-10_10 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Karsner daughter born DNT - - 1920-12-10 Births. Girls. Karsner, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin, 213 22nd avenue West, Dec. 2.

1922-05-19_13 Jacob Karsner The Knights of Judea AJW - - 1922-5-19 American Jewish World 1912-5 - - - Clubs The Duluth Hebrew Brotherhood. B.N.O.B. Club , home of Miss Anna Toback, East Seventh street. The Knights of Judea, a club for boys of High School age, home of Rabbi Lebendiger, Rudolph Segal, president; Ben Serrant, vice president, Jacob Karsner, treasurer; Abraham Kerness, secretary. The Duluth Hebrew Brotherhood, dance, Covenant Hall, 50 couples. - - - Entertaining, Mrs. N. Love, East 5th street, birthday party, son Hymen, 6th birthday. Card party Covenant Hall, benefit Temple Fund. Hostesses. J. Lieberman, H. Freidmuth, M. Mann, M. Bondy, B. J. Cook. F. Labovits left for Europe,,, Zionist friends. Will visit his father. Raised $1,650. For Keren Hayesod fund. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Aarons, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mogelson, Mr. and Mrs. Saksonoff, Mr. and Mrs. H. Davis, Miss Ida Cook, Mr. J. Braverman, Mr. and Mrs.Natelson, Mr. H. Y. Josephs, Mr. and Mrs. Shenowsky, Mr. G. Mendelson, Mr. and Mrs. F. Kiel, Mr. Solomon, Rabbi and Mrs. Lebendiger, Miss Rosalie and Mr. Maurice Labovitz, and Mr. and Mrs. Labovitz. - - - Change of Address, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fleissner, formerly of Superior moved to Duluth. - - - With the Travelers. Mr. and Mrs. M. Shapiro returned from Minneapolis Monday evening, have motored down for the weekend-Duluth. Miss Sarah Cohen of West Duluth will leave soon for an extended trip to Chicago. Rabbi Luchs will leave Sunday for the range where he will spend a few days continuing his work in organizing Sunday Schools in Virginia, Eveleth, Hibbing, and Chisholm. He will deliver lectures in each of those towns. Mr. Hymen Lewis of Virginia was in Duluth Tuesday on a short business trip. Mr. Walter Goldman of Minneapolis spent last week-end in Duluth. Mr. A. Y. Litman left Thursday, May 11, for the East where he will spend two weeks on a business trip.

1919-12-30_10 Benjamin Karsner and Edith Karon ml DNT - - 1919-12-30 Marriage Licenses: Benjamin Karsner, 26, to Edith Karon 23.

1921-11-08_5 Karsner's Grocery ad DNT - - 1921-11-8 Kasner’s Grocery ad. Full page. The Grocery With a Variety.

1921-11-08_5 Karsner's Grocery ad cropped DNT - - 1921-11-8 Kasner’s Grocery ad. Cropped. The Grocery With a Variety.

Benesovitz

1903-12-03_[10] Superior H. B. Benesovitz DNT - - 1903-12-3 Fraternal Orders Elect Officers Annual Selection of Representatives Made in Three Lodges of Superior. Benesovitz, K. M.

1911-06-03_6 Hibbing H. Benesovitz DNT - - 1911-6-3 Criminal Cases For Trial At Hibbing. H. Benesovitz is charged with having obtained jewelry under false pretenses.

1912-12-16_2 B. Benesovitz Socialists, women education DNT - - 1912-12-16 Hibbing: Socialists Lecture At Hibbing Next Week. B. Benesovitz women encouraged to attend. "Education without the ballot would be better than the ballet without education."

1913-02-13_3 Ben Benesovitz DNT - - 1913-2-13 Hibbing: Socialists After Hibbing Offices. Ben Benesovitz.

1915-02-24_10 Hymon B. Benesovitz and Rachael Slouim, DNT - - 1914-2-24 Hymon (Hymen) B. Benesovitz and Rachael Slouim (Slonim) m.l.

1915-07-10_12 Benesovitch DNT - - 1915-7-10 Mrs. G. Benssovitz (Benesovitz) returned home Wednesday from Duluth, where she was with her son Abraham, who underwent an operation at St. Luke’s hospital for appendicitis. She reports his condition improved.

1915-07-24_12 Abraham Benesovitz DNT - - 1915-7-24 Hibbing: Abraham Benesovitz returned from Duluth, were he underwent an operation two weeks ago at St. Mary’s hospital.

1915-08-13_7 H. B. Benesovitz, Allice Berkowitz, Mr-Mrs S Berkowitz DNT - - 1915-8-13 Miss Alice Berkowitz has returned to Boston after visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Benesovitz, 807 East Fifth street, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Berkowitz of Superior.

1917-03-30_5 Elsie Benesovitz Hibbing photo DNT - - 1917-3-30 Hibbing: Beat Boys Badly In School Honors. Photo. Nearly Five Girls For Every Boy. Elsie Benesovitz, Dorothy Cohen.

1918-06-01_3 Elsie Benesovitz. DNT - - 1918-6-1 Hibbing: 50 To Be Graduated From Hibbing High On June 13. Ruth Rogalsky, Elsie Benesovitz.

1918-06-14_5 Elsie Benesovitz DNT - - 1918-6-14 Fifty Finish School And College Courses At Hibbing. Photo. Graduates of Lincoln High School, Assembled Yesterday at Entrance to Hibbing Building. Elsie Benesovitz, Dorothy Cohen.

1920-02-19_7 Anna Slomin & Julius Siegel wed Ethel Benesovitz DNT - - 1920-2-19 Social Happenings. Wedding of Miss Anna Slomin (Slonim) and Julius L. Siegel. Camels’ temple. Rabbi I. Tepliz. Pearl Siegel. Ben Slonim, Herman Wiener of Eveleth, Mr. and Mrs. H. Benesovitz, Irene Marcus of Superior, Ethel Benesovitz. Guests: Mrs. M. Levitz, Pearl Levitz, Jack Siegel-Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Wiener-Eveleth, Mr. and Mrs. C. Marcus-Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Siegel will make their home in Duluth.

1921-02-03_5 Hyman Benesovitz DNT - - 1921-2-3 Light Fine Given. Hyman Benesovitz is found guilty of charge of violating a nited States statue by using the mails to send circulars advertising punch boards, by a jury which deliberated seven hours. He was fined $10. Judge Morris advised attorneys for Benesovitz to take an appeal to the circuit court of appeals on the matter, to deice definitely the legality of sending such circulars.

1921-03-06_[12 H. B. ] Benesovitz DNT - - 1921-3-6 Judge Overrides post office Sanction of Punch Boards. H. B. Benesovitz was told in federal court the violated the postal regulations when he sent circulars through the mails advertising punch boards.

Silber

1902-04-14_8 Reception for Rabbi Silber in Mpls Minneapolis_journal - - 1902-4-14 Minneapolis Journal: Cropped. Reception To Rabbi. Rabbi S. M. Silber Honored by People of His Church. S. M. Silber, new chief rabbi of the united orthodox churches in Minnesota. Kenneseth Israel congregation synagogue.

1902-10-01_3 Rabbi Silber officiates at Temple in Duluth DNT - - 1902-10-1 Jews To Observe The New Year. Impressive Ceremonies At Timple Emanuel, This Evening and Tomorrow. Grand Musical Program. Best Voices In The City Included In This Choir. Sermon and Reading in English By Rabbi Silber-Public Invited. Corner of Seventh avenue and East and Second street. Organist Mrs. S. L. Tyler. Miss Rena Smith, Cyril Tyler, Antoinette West, c. O. Applehagen, Miss Lind. - - (Note: The singers and organists were most likely gentiles in the community who were accomplished musicians.)

1902-10-02_2 Jews observe New Years Dr. Silber DNT - - 1902-10-2 Jews Observe New Year’s Day. Preliminary Services Are Held At The Different Synagogues Of The City. At The Orthodox Temple. Rabbi Epstein To Officiate This Morning. Elaborate Program Has Been Arranged for Emanuel, Conducted by Rabbi Silber. Rabbi Epstein orthodox congregation, Third street and Third avenue West. Note that the gentile community also attended the srvices. Rabbi Silber Speaks, Cincinnati Hebrew Union College officiated at Temple Emanuel. (Note: Rabbi Silber appreciated the theater and probably took notes as to how things were staged and performed. It helped him stage the High Holy Days. Services). After services the congregation met at Louis Hammel’s home. 1423 East Third street.

1903-05-18_11 Rabbi Silber history cropped Minneapolis_journal - - 1903-5-18 Minneapolis Journal: Cropped.To Send Aid To Russia. Minneapolis Hebrews Will Help Survivors of Recent Atrocities in Bessarabia. Rabbi Silber. Martin Ginsberg, Martin Pinch. Town of Kishineff. Count Cassini. Replies To Cassini. H. Lippman Says Russian Jews Are Barred from Agriculture. Jews are money lenders. Note: Inheritance killing at Easter time set off massacre by blaming Jews for the killing. Cropped

1903-05-18_11 Rabbi Silber history Minneapolis_journal - - 1903-5-18 Minneapolis Journal: Cropped.To Send Aid To Russia. Minneapolis Hebrews Will Help Survivors of Recent Atrocities in Bessarabia. Rabbi Silber. Martin Ginsberg, Martin Pinch. Town of Kishineff. Count Cassini. Replies To Cassini. H. Lippman Says Russian Jews Are Barred from Agriculture. Jews are money lenders. Note: Inheritance killing at Easter time set off massacre by blaming Jews for the killing. Full page

1903-05-19_13 cropped Mpls_journal - - 1903-5-19 Minneapolis Journal: Cropped. City News. Band Boys To Help. Journal Newsboys’ Band to Give a Benefit for Kishinef Massacre Survivors. Max Kohen, Who Formerly Resided at Kishinef, Explains Conditions There. Max Kohen of 327 Washington avenue S. - - - Father operated tobacco plantation. Town of Kishineff. Count Cassini. Replies To Cassini. H. Lippman Says Russian Jews Are Barred from Agriculture. Jews are money lenders. Note: Inheritance killing at Easter time set off massacre by blaming Jews for the killing.

1903-05-19_13 Mpls_journal - - 1903-5-19 Minneapolis Journal: Full Page - City News. Band Boys To Help. Journal Newsboys’ Band to Give a Benefit for Kishinef Massacre Survivors. Max Kohen, Who Formerly Resided at Kishinef, Explains Conditions There. Max Kohen of 327 Washington avenue S. - - - Father operated tobacco plantation. Town of Kishineff. Count Cassini. Replies To Cassini. H. Lippman Says Russian Jews Are Barred from Agriculture. Jews are money lenders. Note: Inheritance killing at Easter time set off massacre by blaming Jews for the killing.

1903-11-26_15 Rabbi Silber Minneapolis_journal - - 1903-11-26_15 Rabbi Silber Mikro Kodesh Synagogue Minneapolis_journal - photo and article

1903-11-26_15 Rabbi Silber Mikro Kodesh Synagogue Mpls_journal - - 1903-11-26 Minneapolis Journal: The Hebrews. An Important Factor in the Religious Life of the City. Rabbi Silber Note: A good history of the first Jews of 1878 and their settling in Minneapolis. Includes photos of Bridge Square of 1878. Minneapolis congregations: Kenneseth Israel, Kenneseth Israel II., Mikro Kodes, Adath Yeshurin, Anshel Tavrig, Rumanian Hebrew and Temple Shaari-reform. Photo of Mikro Kodesh Synagogue. Rev. Mordace S. Silber-Chief Rabbi.

1903-12-31_8 Jeanette Glassner and Julius H. Silber married DNT - - 1903-12-31 Pretty Wedding At The Spalding Jeanette Glassner of Biwabik and J. H. Silber of Hibbing Are Married. Julius H. Silber, a business man of Hibbing. Rev. Dr. Rypans of St. Paul. Myer Glassner of Biwabik, Miss Silber of Milwaukee, a soster of the groom, Miss Edith Karon of Superior, Clara Shapiro of Eveleth, Mandetta Casimer of Duluth, Lewis Glassner, a brother of the bride best man. Outsiders: Miss silber of Milwaukee, Samuel sprisberger of Chicago, Clara shapiro of Eveleth, Edith and Helen Karon of Superior, Nellie Jacoby of La Crosse, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Glassner of Ironwood, Mich, Mina Glassner of Cleveland, Samuel Silber of Milwaukee, Sol simon of Chicago. Lewis M. Glassner-toastmaster, Sol Simon, Samuel Speisberger, Samuel Silber, John Mullen –Duluth responded to toasts.

1904-09-09_7 Rabbi Silber returns to Duluth after 2 years of study DNT - - 1904-9-9 Will Preach His Inaugural Sermon. Rabbi Silber Returns to Temple Emanuel After Two Year’s Absence. Mendel Silber studied at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati.

1904-12-17_7 Moses Maimonides Rabbi Silber DNT - - 1904-12-17 Master Mind Of The Middle Ages. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Classes This as Topic of Discussion. Moses Maimonides, the Master Mind of the Middle Ages. Died Dec. 13, 1204.

1905-05-20 Pain is a moral guidance rabbi Silber DNT - - 1905-5-20 “the Mystery of Pain.” Rabbi Mandel Silber, a moral guidance rather than a visitation of the wrath of an angry God.

1905-06-03_[12] Rabbi Silber DNT - - 1905-6-3 Rabbi Is Opposed To Intermarriage. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Tells His Duluth Congregation That He Sees In It Race Suicide and a Desertion From the Battle Jews Have Been Place Here to Fight. Photo Duluth Rabbi Who Takes Decided Stand on Inter-Marriage Question.

1905-06-03_[12] Rabbi Silber DNT - - 1905-6-3 Rabbi Is Opposed To intermarriage. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Tells His Duluth Congregation…

1905-06-12_5 Rabbi Silber hired for another year. increased salary DNT - - 1905-6-12 Rabbi Silber Is Re-elected. Temple Emanuel. Leaves for Philadelphia, PA to preach opening sermon at Israel Synagogue annual National Jewish convention. Will supervise publication of work that he wrote “The Jewish Renaissance”.

1905-09-08_[12] Temple Emanuel Duluth Rabbi Silber War report DNT - - 1905-9-8 War To Benefit Jews In Russia. Photo Dr. Mendel Silber. Rabbi of Temple Emanuel, Duluth. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Says This Upon His Return From New York, Where He Was In Close Contact With Prominent Men. Indications Are, He Adds, That the Crushing Defeat of Czar’s Fources’ will Lead to revolution In Nicholas’ Domain.

1905-09-09_2 Rabbi Silber askes for congregation support and financial aid DNT - - 1905-9-9 Rabbi Silber Talks Of “Pastor’s Duty”. Temple Emanuel. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber. The Duty of the Pastor to His Flock. Constant friend, guide his congregation, teach the young, council adult and old. Congregation is oalso obligied to support financially, and make a personal effort for the welfare of all.

1905-09-16_7 Rabbi Silber science religion DNT - - 1905-9-16 Religion Wins Over Learning. Dr. Mendel Silber Shows Its Triumph In Sermon At the Temple. Temple Emanuel.

1905-11-04_6 Rabbi Solomon Isaac 1040 lecture by Rabbi Silber DNT - - 1905-11-4 Lauds Life Of Rabbi Isaaci. Dr. Mendel Silber Discourses Entertainingly On the Great Teacher. Commentator on the bible and Talmud. Rashi.

1905-12-18 Dr. Mendel Silber Discusses David at YMCA DNT - - 1905-12-18 Rabbi Speaks To Christians. Dr. Mendel Silber discusses Character of David at Y.M.C.A. Luncheon.

1905-12-30_9 Feast of Lights Dr. Silber DNT - - 1805-12-30 Feast Of Lights Comes To Close. Dr. Mendel Silber Preaches Impressive Sermon At Temple Emanuel.

1906-02-25_6 Dr. Silber and play Sarah Bernhardt DNT - - 1906-2-25 Pleased With Divine Sarah. Dr. Mendel Silber Speaks In Highest Terms of Great Player’s Work.

1906-02-25_6 Dr Silber and play Sarah Bernhardt DNT - - 1906-2-25 Pleased With Divine Sarah. Dr. Mendel Silber Speaks In Highest Terms of Great Players's Work. Sarah Bernhardt. Minneapolis Auditorium performance. Appreciation for the artistic production.

1906-06-03_14 Rabbi Silber Israel DNT - - 1906-6-3 The Secret Of Israel’s Survivial. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Discusses Question Before Congregation at Temple Emanuel on Question of Annual Commemoration of "The Feaast of the Law."

1906-07-13 Rabbi Silber decides to stay DNT - - 1906-7-13 Silber Will Remain Here. Flattering Offers Accompanying Calls to Other Pulpits Are Rejected by Jewish Rabbi.

1906-09-11_7 Rabbi Silber leaves Temple in Duluth for St. Louis DNT - - 1906-9-11 Rabbi Silber To Leave City. Popular Jewish Pastor Will Take Charge of Congregation at St. Louis.

1906-09-15_3 DNT - - 1906-9-15 Bids Farewell To His People. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Speaks Feelingly At Temple Emanuel. Temple Emanuel located at corner of Seventh avenue east and Second street.

1908-07-31_9 Rabbi Mendel Silber & Ida Deinard marry inSt. Louis DNT - - 1908-7-31 Rabbi Will Marry. Miss Ida Deinard of Arlington N. Y. to Rabbi Mendel Silber of St. Louis. August 11th, Roche’s hotel in Arlington, N. Y. scholarly young man, popular among Jewish circles in Duluth, prominent writer. Making home in St

1922-02-28_[8] Jewish_Daily_News_ - - 1922-2-28 Answers to Correspondents - New Department Inaugurated in this issue. Jewish Daily News. Several years ago, Rabbi Mendel Silber published a very handy little book dealing with the subject "Great Americans of Jewish Ancestry"

1922-03-31_7 Rabbi Silber Passover supplies ad AJW - - 1922-3-31 American Jewish Wolrd. Wine for the Seder under the suspices of Rabbi S. M. Silber. M. D. Mirviss Ad.

1922-04-07_16 Passover Rabbi S. M. Silber ad for Passover AJW - - 1922-4-7 Ad Kosher Milk and Butter for Passover. Rabbi S. M. Silber.

1922-05-12_8 Rabbi - Mrs. S M Silber visit daughter in Brooklyn AJW - - 1922-5-12 American Jewish World. Rabbi Silber In The East. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Silber visit daughter and son in Brooklyn, N. Y. Attends annual convention of the Agudas Harabbonim, Union of Orthodox Rabbis, meet in New York.

1922-09-22_53 Rabbi Silber orthodox rabbie serving Minneapolis 20 years AJW - - 1922-9-22 New Year Greetings From rabbi S. M. Silber. Photo. - - - The Kenesseth Israel oldest orthodox synagogue on the North Side of Minneapolis. History, photo. Sixth and Lyndale.

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1910-08-31_12 col 1 property A. B. Kenner to Benjamin Kenner DNT - - 1910-8-31 A.B. Kenner to Benjamin Kenner property column 1

1917-02-06_7 Benjamin Kenner DNT - - 1917-2-16 Mrs. S. M. Kaner and Mrs. Frank Sher, 1123 East Fifth Street, honor Miss Sadie Coran, marriage to Oscar Wine. Mrs. A. J. Garon, Mrs. Benjamin Kenner, Miss Ida Sher, 25 guests.

1917-03-06_7 Benjamin Kenner, Israel Kenner, E. Kenner Sadie and Oscar Wine wedding DNT - - 1917-3-6 Miss Coran the Bride of Oscar Wine.

1922-07-24_8 Hattie Kenner, Samuel L. Goldish engagement DNT - - 1917-7-24 Kenner-Goldish Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kenner. First avenue East, announce the engagement of their daughter Hattie to Samuel L. Goldish of this city.

1922-08-11_1 American_Jewish_world_multiple short article DNT - - 1922-8-11 American Jewish World - - - Mrs. M. Kastriner formerly of Duluth now Chicago. - - - Mr. and Mrs. D. Shibel of Virginia visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. L. Simmond, 420 East Fourth street. - - - Mrs. Ben Monderer and son from Springfield, Mass. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Wetzler. - - - Married Goldfine-Ovetsky. Fanny Ovetsky and Abe Goldfine. - - - Gotkin-Handlovsky. Sally Handlovsky and Tony Gotkin. - - - Mr. and Mrs. M. Bondy guest Mrs. A. Abels of Chicago mother to Mrs. Bondy. - - - Miss Elsie Silberstein visiting East. - - - Miss Becky Sasner of St. Paul, motored to Duluth. - - - Miss Dorothy Kardonsky of St. Paul visiting sister Mrs. J. Litman Jr. of East Fifth street. - - - Miss Isabelle Cohen of 1215 East Third street, returned from Minneapolis after visiting her sister, Mrs. N. Polson. - - - Miss Ida Oreck left for New York on the Steamer Tionesta. - - - Miss Sarah Sinagel, of Minneapolis visiting Miss Isabelle Cohen of 1215 East Third St. - - - Miss Sarah Helstein-Chisholm visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miller of East Fifth Street. - - - Dr. S. N. Litman of Walter Reed Hospital visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Litman of 128 East Fifth St. Will be located at Meadowlands. - - - Dr. Wm Medalie-Shisholm, spent weekend with friends. - - - Rabbi Moses Eckstein of Elmira, N.Y. visited Rabbi Luchs. - - - Miss Ida Oreck New York - - - Miss Ann Hoffman visiting Mrs. J. Litman. - - - Harry Glickman, Rudi Segal, B. Bessler, Joe Rudig of Minneapolis visit schoolmates Felix and Abe Litman of East Fifth St. - - - Mr. e. A. Silberstein business trip N. Y. - - - Mr. L. Traubman visit East business trip. - - - Superior Notes Zionist Picnic August 13. Herman A. Aronsohn, H. Cohen, I. D. Cohen, Alex Shapiro, L. Kempinsky, Mike Shapiro Chas. Arnovitch, Joe Zimmerman, Paul Hyman, Joe Levitan, Hannah Kaner, Edward Lasky, M. A. Rudolph. Albert Mark-Duluth, Nathan Nides-Hibbing, Ben Milavitz-Virginia, Harry Rabinowitz-Eveleth, Harry Goldenberg-Chisholm.

1904-09-05_[3] Rabbi Isaac Zeprenblogt Superior Hebrew synagogue DNT - - 1904-9-5 Rabbi Zepronblogt Is Much Improved. Superior, WI

1904-09-06_[6] Rabbi Isaac Zeprenblogt DNT - - 1904-9-6 Rabbi Drinks Carbolic Acid. Mistakes Deadly Drug for Medicine and Nearly Ends Life.Superior, WI.

1904-09-08_5 Jewish year book for 1904 Hebrew population 10,93277 - - 1904-9-8 Nearly Eleven Million Hebrews. New York. A year book just issued for the period from Sept. 10, 1904, to Sept. 29, 1905, the Jewish year 5665, contains statistics showing that the Hebrew population of the world is now 10,932,401; Austria-Hungary 2,076,378 and the United States 1,253,218. Germany comes next with 586,948 and then Turkey with 466,361. Of the 600,000 Jews credited to the state of New York, about 500,000 are residents of New York city. - - This is why Duluth's Jewish population went up!

1910-06-17_3 Harry Rabinowitz DNT - - 1910-6-17 Eveleth Graduates Class Of Fourteen. Harry Rabinowitz

1905-01-13_8 Attended wedding at Hibbing - Virginia_enterprise - - 1905-1-13 Virginia: Attended Wedding at Hibbing. S. J. Seigel, Amie Belle Wollfran, Mr. and Mrs . J. Lindeke, Mr. and Mrs. B. Milavetz, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Nathanson, Mrs. I. Cohen, Miss Celia Milavetz, B. Gordon, M. Seigel. Close's Hall Rabbi Bloom Rabbi C. B. Groman. - - - Rabbi C. B. Groman, Chisholm, S. J. Seigelm, Eveleth, Amie Belle Wollfram, Hibbing - Virginia_enterprise

1906-12-19_3 S. B. Groman, moved his stock of groceries DNT - - 1906-12-19 Chisholm: S. B. Groman has rented the building formerly occupied by E. G. Dahl and has moved his stock of groceries.

1922-03-19_4 Hazel Groman violin solo DNT - - 1922-3-19 Chisholm Zionist Club Has Program at Library. Young Judean club. Purim. Dr. Medalie, Sarah Ladin, Dorothy Miller, Rayna Lewis, Rose Ladin, Lillian Gordon, Sarah Shapiro, Helen Passman, Janet Hoberman, yale Lewis, Gabriel Borken, Allen Goldenberg, Hazel Groman, Mrs. Mose Shapiro, Eva Manson, Florence Frisch, Grace Peck.

1905-01-10_4 Chisholm Rabbi C. B. Groman DNT - - 1905-1-10 Happy Affair At Hibbing. Prominent Couple Is Married With Elaborate Jewish Ceremonies. Belle Amie Woolfan of Hibbing and Samuel Seigel of Eveleth married. Bessie Osherman, Rabbi Bloom of Superior, Rabbi C. B. Groman of Chisholm. Annie Seigel, E. S. Woolfan, Mollie Cohen, Fannie Woolfan, H. Bloom, Miney and Abe Woolfan, Mr. and Mrs. Seigel depart for wedding trip to St. Paul and Minneapolis.Will reside at Eveleth. Has business is in Eveleth. did reside in Hibbing. Samuel Seigel is engaged in furniture tore in O'Rourke building business in Eveleth. Wedding guests: Eveleth- Mr. and Mrs. D. Simon, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nicholson, Mrs. Seigel, Mike, John, and L. Seigel, Isadore Simon, Jr. and Ben M. Pippman and M. Reet. Chisholm -Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Karon and Rose, Bessie and Lillian Karon; Mr. and Mrs. Levitt, Mose Shiparo, Dora Bear, J. Roman, Mary and Herbert Stolberg. Buhl- Mr. and Mrs. Ike Lewis and family. Virginia- Mr. and Mrs. J. Lindeke, Mr. and Mrs. B. Milowitz and Mrs. L. Kohen. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nathonson (Nathanson?) , Ceilia Milowitz, B. Gordon and M. Seigel. Superior -Mr. and Mrs. Osherman, S. Karon, H. Bloom, William Woolfan, Himan Bloom, Mollie Cohen, Lizzie Strong and McCullom. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernstein of Minneapolis. Ben Karon of Stevenson. Hibbing: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hallock, M. S. Greenblatt, Harry Witz, Dave Ellas, Max Rogalsky, Markel and Lurvitz, William Kitz, Peter karon, Daniel Mark; Mrs. Jacob Kitz. Christian faith guests: Dr. C. N. Butchart, P. Wring, Judge Brady, J. F. Nelson and A. E. Pfremmer; Mrs. J. M. Smith; J. H. Nelson, Thomas York, Dunning: Mrs. Close, Mrs. Ja. A. Healey, Mrs. Eaton.

1922-02-19_4 Charles Rivers DNT - - 1922-2-19 Russ Soviet Taps Duluthians's Mail of $1; Issues His Mother 190,000 Rubles Instead.

1920-12-09_10 Hyman Barkovitch Barkovech DNT - - 1920-12-9 Carpenter Athletic Club Reorganizes; Issues Defy. Hyman Barkovech Ogden 41 1227 Hammon avenue, Superior

1904-04-05_8 S Barkovitch DNT - - 1904-4-5 Superior, Wisconsin: The Hebrew congregation has elected the following officers: President, A. Pomish; (Pomush) vice president, H. Sparberg; treasurer, S. Barkovech; secretary P. Jaffa; trustee, Louis Lasky; directors, A. Averbrook, H. Taran, L. Weinstein, L. Harris, Louis Lasky.

1903-01-04_[1] Sarah Cohen and Michael M. Sher wed DNT - - 1903-1-4 Superior: Sarah Cohen and Michael M. Sher wed. Rev. A. Sher, Anna Sher, Esther Kaner, Benjamin Sher, I. Kaner.

1904-10-12_[8] Esther Kaner Benjamin Cohen ml DNT - - 1904-10-12 Superior: Esther Kaner and Benjamin Cohen marriage license.

1904-10-25_[8] Esther Kaner and Benjamin Cohen Superior wed DNT - - 1904-10-25 Superior: Esther Kaner and Benjamin Cohen married. Rabbi Tremblatt.

1917-08-01_12 Cloquet I Kaner DNT - - 1917-8-1 Cloquet: I. Kaner of Duluth guest at J. Kaner.

1917-08-01_12 Clouet, Esther Jacobson DNT - - 1917-8-1 Cloquet: Esther Jacobson and brother Antone Jacobson of Moose Lake visiting John Samuelson.

1906-10-06_8 Rose Kaner killed Ladysmith_news - - 1906-10-6 Superior: Rose Kaner killed by John Young, 18 year old daughter of Sam Kaner.

1922-07-28_9 Esther Kaner and Gertrude Kirby Fort Atkinson - Wisc_tobacco_reporter - - 1922-7-28 Col. 1 Esther Kaner and Gertrude Kirby at Fort Atkinson.

1914-09-04_7 Russian Jews Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-9-4 Virginia Enterprise. Russian Jews Now To Have Equal Rights in Czar's Domain. In the year 1910 it was estimate that the world population of Jews was 13,000,000. 6,200,000 were living in Russia!

1906-06-21_5 Isadore Abramson M. B. Abramson, Sam Abrahamson DNT - - 1906-6-21 Mrs. M. B. Abrahamson 516 Fifty eighth avenue west, graduation party for nices Frances Abrahamson, Sarah Light, Minnie Light. Washington school colors. Sam Abrahamson, Isadore Abramson, Esther Shapiro.

1912-05-19_9 Isadore Abramson DNT - - 1912-5-19 Honor Students at Industrial High. Isadore Abramson.

1912-06-02_[4] Isadore Abramson DNT - - 1912-6-2 Irving Industrial High School Will Graduate Exceptionally Large Class. photo Isadore Abramson.

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1916-01-07_11 Pauline Rabinowitz AJW - - 1916-1-7 Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth, guest of Mrs. J. E. Brill, 4541 Xerexes Ave. S.

1921-01-07_14 Wisc Jewish Communities, Rabinowitz AJW - - 1921-1-7 Wisconsin Jewish Communities Socially Active. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rabinowitz of Park Falls, WI. Dave Rabinowitz, Park Falls, WI. Frank Rabinowitz, Louis Rabinowitz, Esther Rabinowitz, Jake Rabinovitz, Sam Rabinovitz Anne Rabinowitz, Park Falls, WI. Abe Goldfine of Bayfield, WI

1921-12-23_8 Marcus Rabinowitz president of the Univ Menorah AJW - - 1921-12-23 Marcus Rabinowitz, president of the University Menorah. Convention held in Madison, WI. David Goldstein, Max Shapiro, Harry Kregal. - - - - 1921-12-23 Heifetz Is Coming Minneapolis National Guard Armory. Jascha Heifetz, Wonder vionist of the age.

1922-03-03_8 Frank Rabinowitz donation to Keren Hayesod AJW - - 1922-3-3 Eveleth, MINN. Keren Hayesod Abe Goldberg, Harry Ellis, Max Goldberg, Sam Ellis, I. Weiner, Sam Siegel, Solomon Sax, Frank Rabinowitz, Jacob Stein, G. H. Perlman, Jacob Daniel, harry Levant, Masinter Bros., and Ladies’ Aid.

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1899-06-17_7 Frank Rabinowitz of Eveleth bankruptcy DNT - - 1899-6-17 Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. Frank Rabinowitz bankruptcy.

1899-07-21_3 Frank Rabinowitz cropped DNT - - 1899-7-21 Proceedings In Bankruptcy. Frank Rabinowitz.

1901-08-24_4 Mr Mrs Frank Rabinowitz son was born DNT - - 1901-8-24 Eveleth: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rabinowitz Friday.

1903-01-26_5 Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1903-1-26 Frank Rabinowitz of Eveleth, and wife were in the city yesterday on their way to Minneapolis for a ten day visit.

1903-02-14_7 Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1903-2-14 Frank Rabinowtiz was a Zenith city visitor Tuesday.

1906-12-22_3 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1906-12-22 Cantata Was Great Success Eveleth School Children Gave Successful Christmas Entertainment Last Night. Mr. Abe Feldman, Miss Pauline Rabinowitz-pianist.

1907-04-26 Pauline & Esther Rabinowitz, Sadie Feldman 9th birthday DNT - - 1907-4-26 Eveleth: Sadie Feldman Has A Birthday Party. Ninth birthday. Mrs. Feldman, Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz hostess.

1907-09-05_3 Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1907-9-5 Eveleth: Council Agrees To Pay Half Cost of Curbing. Frank Rabinowitz.

1908-06-13_3 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1908-6-13 Eveleth Students Pass State Examination. Pauline Rabinowitz.

1910-06-17_3 Eveleth graduation Harry Rabinowitz DNT - - 1910-6-17 Eveleth Graduates Class of Fourteen. Harry Rabinowitz.

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1910-12-20_3 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz St Cloud Normal School DNT - - 1910-12-20 Eveleth: Students Home For Yuletide. People of Eveleth Welcoming Collegians for the Holiday Season. Abraham Feldman, Harry Rabinowitz from the University of Michigan; Esther Rabinowitz from the St. Cloud normal school.

1911-09-16 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz DNT - - 1911-9-16 Eveleth: Alumni Elect Officers. Esther Rabinowitz-vice-president. Permanent entertainment committee.

1912-03-03_3 Sara Rabinowitz DNT - - 1912-3-3 Eveleth: School Concert And Operetta At Eveleth.

1912-06-23_7 Mrs F Rabinowitz and daughters attend Brill shower DNT - - 1912-6-23 Virginia: Matinee Party For Soon To-Be-Bride. Mrs. Ben Milavetz, gave part at Lyric theater in honor of her cousin Miss Marietta Sapero of Chisholm who is to be married June 30 to Josia E. Brill, a rising young attorney of Minneapolis. Guests Mrs. S. Sapero, Marietta Sapero, Mrs. F. Rabinowitz and daughters Pauline and Esther Mrs. Bachman from Eau Claire, WI.

1913-08-16_[5] Pauline Rabinowitz teacher DNT - - 1913-8-16 Eveleth: ?Teachers For The Eveleth Schools. Pauline Rabinowitz, Esther Rabinowitz.

1913-08-24_8 col. 2 Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth bridge DNT - - 1913-8-24 Chisholm: Mrs. Goldenberg entertained at bridge Wednesday for Miss Tressa Hummelstein of Minneapolis. Miss Esther Sapero and Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth won prizes.

1914-09-12_3 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1914-9-12 Eveleth: Eveleth Corps Of Teachers Finally Completed For Present Term. Pauline Rabinowtiz.

1914-10-23_3 Sara Rabinowitz DNT - - 1914-10-23 Eveleth: Eveleth High Literary society Begins Work. Sara Rabinowitz.

1914-11-01_10 Eveleth, Bney Achim, Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1914-11-1 Eveleth: Eveleth Synagogue Officers Elected. Bney (B’nai) Achim. 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, Eveleth Eagles lodge No. 1181 DNT - - 1914-12-5 Eveleth: Eveleth Eagles Pick Officers For Year. Frank Rabinowitz. Worthy Treasurer.

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1914-12-13_4 Morris Rabinowitz Eveleth Junior in HS DNT - - 1914-12-13 Eveleth: Eveleth High School Pupils Pic Officers. Morris Rabinowitz Juniors President.

1915-02-16_3 Harry Rabinowitz of Eveleth DNT - - 1915-2-16 Hibbing: Range Students Join Michigan Fraternity. Emmanuel B. Woolfan of Hibbing, Samuel Cohen of Virginia, Harry Rabinowitz of Eveleth. Zeta Beta Tau. Woolfan and Cohen are literary students and Rabinowitz is in the junior law class. Ann Arbor, MI

1915-06-19_10 Sara Grace Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-6-19 Eveleth: Eveleth, MN high school graduated class Sara Grace Rabinowitz. Florence Shappiro.

1915-06-26_11 Harry Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-6-26 Eveleth: Eveleth, Minn.

1915-07-27_6 Rabinowitz, Sax, Mesberg DNT - - 1915-07-27_6 Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz teaching domestic science instruction - - - 1915-7-27 Harry Rabinowitz, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, studying law, taking arts and law courses and will graduate next year. - - - 1915-7-27 Eveleth: Solomon Sax was a Nashwauk business visitor the first of the week. - - - 1915-7-27 Eveleth: Mrs. George Mesberg and sons, Bunnie and Harold left for Milwaukee to visit Mrs. Max Greenblat.

1915-10-11_8 Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-10-11 Eveleth: Improvements For Agudas Achim Church at Eveleth Planned. Frank E. Rabinowitz president H. Siegel vice president. A. Goldberg secretary. Sam Siegel treasurer. Solomon sax Frank Weinberg, and Jacob Stein trustees. Raising funds for Jewish war sufferers in Europe. $500 collected.

1915-11-26_2 Esther Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-11-26 Eveleth: School Children Provide For Needy. Miss Esther Rabinowitz secretary of Associated Charities.

1915-12-26_6 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-12-26 Eveleth: Judge Moylan Is Santa To Eveleth Children. Esther Rabinowitz, school nurse and secretary of the Associated Charities.

1916-01-24_8 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1916-1-24 Virginia: Kindergarten Union Meetng. Succssful Opening Session of the Range Organization Is Held at Virginia. Next Gathering To Be Held At Eveleth. Duluth and Superior Normal Teachers Entertained-Folk Dances and Programs. Pauline Rabinowitz.

1916-02-08_[11] Eveleth- Esther Rabinowitz, Traverl's Aid DNT - - 1916-2-8 Eveleth: Eveleth Charities Joins Travelers’ Aid. Miss Esther Rabinowtiz, secretary.

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1916-04-01_9 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1916-4-1 Eveleth: 300 Eveleth Pupils In Exhibition Drill. Portray American History From Indian Period to Present Day-Gym Work. Pauline Rabinowitz, instructor. Bessie Feldman, leader

1916-06-03_9 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1916-6-3 Eveleth: Eveleth Will Have ‘Follies’. Successful Virginia Production Will Be Produced Tonight With Same Cast. Welcome Is Assured. Ladies’ Guild of St. Paul’s Church Sponsor Entertainment-Many New Songs. Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz.

1916-06-16_13 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1916-6-16 Eveleth: Will Sentence Kids To School. Eveleth Judge Declares That Is How He Will Punish Juveniles. Open summer School. More Than 1,000 Pupils Are in Attendance-Plan an Innovation. Pauline Rabinowitz.

1920-06-23_5 Marcus Rabinowitz U of MN Regent theater in Eveleth DNT - - 1920-6-23 Eveleth: Eveleth Students Have Returned From Colleges. Marcus Rabinowitz remains in Minneapolis and is working in the interest of the Regent Theater of this city.

1920-08-04_5 Eveleth. Babcock Roads, Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1920-8-4 Eveleth: Many Evelethians Give Money For Babcock Roads. B. Kaner. J. Stein, J. Shandeling, H. A. Levant, Frank Rabinowitz, Sam Siegel, Soloman Sax.

1921-01-03_5 Sara Rabinowitz DNT - - 1921-1-3 Eveleth: Eleanor K. Shea and Dr. Albert M. Snell marry. Sara Rabinowitz

1903-01-21_11 col. 1 Pauline Rabinowitz marriage of Gertrude Shulman cropped Mpls_J - - 1903-1-21 Minneapolis: Kenesseth Israel synagogue. Gertrud Schulman and Benjamin Beskin, 400 guests. Pauline Rabinowitz bridesmaid, Sarah Berman (cropped)

1903-02-16_8 Harry Rabinowitz Mpls_journal - - 1903-2-16 Minneapolis: Rally To Kolontersky’s Aid. Hebrews of North Minneapolis Will Ask Mayor to Reconsider His removal Order. 250 Hebrews met to protest Mayor’s removal of Patorlman Kolontersky from police force. Harry Rabinowitz. (full page)

1903-02-16_8 Harry Rabinowitz cropped Mpls_journal - - 1903-2-16 Minneapolis: Rally To Kolontersky’s Aid. Hebrews of North Minneapolis Will Ask Mayor to Reconsider His removal Order. 250 Hebrews met to protest Mayor’s removal of Patorlman Kolontersky from police force. Harry Rabinowitz. (cropped)

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1907-08-16_6 Litman & Oshinsky, Pauline & Easter Rabinowitz cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1907-8-16 Virginia: Frank Litman and Robert Oshinsky host dance for Libbie Holzberg of Superior. Maurice and Mary Sapero of Chisholm, Pauline and Ester Rabinowitz of Eveleth, Libbie Holzberg of Superior, Sam Altman of Duluth, and Robert Oshinsky of Hancock, Mich.

1907-08-16_6 Mrs. J. Mesberg, Rose Cohen Esther Sanderson Virginia_enterprise - - 1907-8-16 Virginia: Mrs. J. Mesberg, Rose Cohen of Chicago, Esther Sanderson of Duluth

1912-10-25_10 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz visiting city Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-10-25 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz visiting city Virginia_enterprise

1912-10-25_10 M. Cohen Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-10-25 Virginia: M. Cohen of Eveleth, butcher.

1912-10-25_10 Max P. Shapiro Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-10-25 Max P. Shapiro, Duluth real estate man.

1912-10-25_10 Morris Bright Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-10-25 Morris Bright, McKinley merchant.

1912-11-15_14 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz, School teacher Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-11-15 Virginia: Miss Esther Rabinowitz , Eveleth school teacher visiting.

1912-11-15_14 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz, School teacher cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-11-15 Virginia: Miss Esther Rabinowitz , Eveleth school teacher visiting.

1913-01-03_13 Mrs Frank Rabinowitz & Pauline Sarah Rabinowitz Lippman Virginia_enterprise - - 1913-01-03 Mrs Frank Rabinowitz & Pauline Sarah Rabinowitz Lippman

1913-06-13_12 Reuben and Jacob Latz Virginia_enterprise - - 1913-6-13 Virginia: Jacob and Reuben Latz

1913-06-13_12 Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth grad private school in Mpls cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1913-6-13 Virginia: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth graduated from Miss Wood’s private school of Minneapolis. Mrs. Frank Rabinowitz attended.

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1914-05-29_7 Abe Feldman & Ether Rabinowitz attend Theatre cropped Va_enterprise - - 1914-5-29 Virginia: Attorney Abe Feldman of Eveleth and Miss Esther Rabinowitz, attended Lyric theatre.

1914-07-17_6 Samuel Lippman cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-7-17 Virginia: Samuel Lippman Minnesota Dry Goods company at Head of the Lakes on business.

1914-07-17_6 Sara Rabinowitz cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-7-17 Virginia: Miss Sara Rabinowitz of Eveleth, vising friends.

1914-09-04_7 Russian Jews cropped Virginia_enterprise Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-9-4 Virginia: Russian Jews Now To Have Equal rights In Czar’s Domain.

1914-09-04_7 Russian Jews & Pauline Rabinowits full page Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-9-4 Virginia: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz, a teacher, Eveleth, visiting friends. - - - 1914-9-4 Virginia: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz, a teacher, Eveleth, visiting friends.

1914-09-04_7 Pauline Rabinowitz cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-9-4 Virginia: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz, a teacher, Eveleth, visiting friends.

1914-11-20_5 Abe Feldman Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-11-20 Virginia: Attorney Abe Feldman of Eveleth, visited on business.

1914-11-20_5 Pauline & Esther Rabinowitz Feldman, Milavetz cropped Va_enterprise - - 1914-11-20 Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz, Abe Feldman of Eveleth, Esther and Abe Sapero of Chisholm, visited Ben Milavetz, 311 Maple street.

1914-11-20_5 Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-11-20 Virginia: Attorney Abe Feldman of Eveleth, visited on business. - - - 1914-11-20 Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz, Abe Feldman of Eveleth, Esther and Abe Sapero of Chisholm, visited Ben Milavetz, 311 Maple street. Full Page

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1917-08-31_11 Polly Rabinowitz of Eveleth cropped AJW - - 1917-8-31 American Jewish World. Miss Polly Rabinowitz of Eveleth, Minn. Visiting city, guests of Leona and Kate Schaffer. -- cropped

1917-08-31_11 Polly Rabinowitz of Eveleth AJW - - 1917-8-31 American Jewish World. Miss Polly Rabinowitz of Eveleth, Minn. Visiting city, guests of Leona and Kate Schaffer. - - full page

1922-06-16_9 David Rabinowitz and Frieda Minsky wed, Duluth cropped AJW - - 1922-6-16 American Jewish World. Rabinowitz-Minsky marriage. Frieda Minsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Minsky, to David Rabinowitz, Duluth. 1159 Sixth street north, Rabbi s. M. Silber and Rev. H. Horwitz of St. Paul. Rose Minsky, Betty Rabinowitz, Mrs. J. Rabinowitz of Des Moines, Mrs. Alfred Minsky, Clarice Minsky, 2912 Thomas avenue home. Guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Rabinowitz of Des Moines, IA, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rabinowitz, daughters Betty, Rose, of Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ginsberg of Aberdeen, S. D. and Mrs. J. Ribnick of Aberdeen, S. D. -- cropped

1922-06-16_9 David Rabinowitz and Frieda Minsky wed, Duluth AJW - - 1922-6-16 American Jewish World. Rabinowitz-Minsky marriage. Frieda Minsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Minsky, to David Rabinowitz, Duluth. 1159 Sixth street north, Rabbi s. M. Silber and Rev. H. Horwitz of St. Paul. Rose Minsky, Betty Rabinowitz, Mrs. J. Rabinowitz of Des Moines, Mrs. Alfred Minsky, Clarice Minsky, 2912 Thomas avenue home. Guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Rabinowitz of Des Moines, IA, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rabinowitz, daughters Betty, Rose, of Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ginsberg of Aberdeen, S. D. and Mrs. J. Ribnick of Aberdeen, S. D. -- full page

1922-06-15_4 Harry Rabinowtiz of Eveleth. DNT - - 1922-6-15 Duluth News Tribune. Range Nominee Indorsed. American Legion and Women’s Auxillary opost at Chisholm, indorced Miss Bissonette. Range newspaper fraternity rallied to her support. Range Press club of Hibbing, Frank Harris of Chisholm, and Harry Rabinowitz of Eveleth. Also the French club of Hibbing. Interested in election of Miss Bissonette.

1932-07-24_1 Dr. Marcus Rabwin, attending physician to Ziegfeld San_Diego_Union - - 1932-7-24 San Diego Union: M. Shapiro of Duluth, pioneer resident of the range, is renewing acquaintances among old residents of Virginia today.

1932-07-24_8 Dr. Marcus Rabwin San_Diego_Union - - 1932-7-24 San Diego Union: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz, a teacher in the Eveleth schools, visited here with Virginia friends last evening.

1940-11-18_22 Mrs. Marcella Rabin horses San_Diego_Union - - 1940-11-18 San Francisco Chronical. “The Double O” And Here, Gentlemen, Is Real Love For Horses. By Oscar Otis. Mrs. Rawin. (Rabinowitz) horse racing.

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1918-07-21_3 Jacob Garon DNT - - 1918-7-21 In Training. Photo Jacob Garon. Receives Appoinment To Officer Training Camp. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Garon 517 Fourth Avenue East. training camp, Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. One hundred and Twenty fifth field artillery at Camp Cody, Deming, N. M. One hundred and Twenty sixth field artillery. under age, required to hold an officer's commission. Graduated Central high school, class of 1916.

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1916-02-25_12 Mr Mrs Louis E. Kanter baby boy AJW - - 1916-2-25 American Jewish World: New Arrivals. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kanter, North Fifth street, announce the arrival of a baby boy, Wednesday Feb. 16.

1901-11-09_7 H Kanter daughter Lena Kanter Ben Milavetz married DNT - - 1901-11-9 Benjamin Milavetz, notion firm of Milavetz Bros. married Lena Kanter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kanter of Minneapolis. Roumanion synagogue.

1905-09-10_6 Eveleth, MN Bessie Kanter DNT - - 1905-9-10 City of Eveleth information - This was a period of growth for Eveleth.

1906-03-04_2 Louis Kanter of Minneapolis DNT - - 1906-3-4 Mr. and Mrs. M. Bloom gave a benefit dancing party. H. Kassimer, D. Kenigsberg, Max Shapiro, Louis Oreck, G. Oreck, J. Siegel, A. Polinsky, Mrs. S. Karon of Superior, Mrs. Milavitz of Virginia, Helen Karon, Bessie Rocklin, Sadie Rocklin, Lizzle Helperin, Della Siegel, Sarah Simon, Hattie Shapria (Shapira?) Sophie Winstien, Sarah Milavitz, Clara Shapiro, Bessie Markezitz (Marewitz?) Mary Shapiro, Selma Kasmir, Eva Kasmir, Minnie Winstein. Rabbi Mendel Silber, Allan Rocklin, Milton Rosenberger, Louis Kanter of Minneapolis, Harry Winstein of Bovey, Isadore Cohen of Superior, Julius Siegel, Herman Aronsohn, Louis Zalk of St. Paul, Zien and H. Hernos. Full page

1912-07-02_3 Louis Kanter DNT - - 1912-7-2 Chisholm: Range Girl Weds Mill City Man. Sapero-Brill Nuptials, at Chisholm. Marked by Unusually Beautiful Setting. Mariesha Sapero to Josiah E. Brill of Minneapolis. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Sapero, one of the oldest families of Chisholm. Hazel Sapero, briee's sister, Ester Sapero, sister of the bride, Mrs. Mose Sapero matron of honor, Mose best man. , Abe Sapero, best man, Ester Brill, Pauline Rabinovitz, Louis Kanter, Harry Rabinovitz, Harlan Sapero, bride's brother, Rabbi Maurice Lefkovitz of Duluth. Home in Minneapolis.

1920-07-03_8 Louis E Kanter, Max A and M G Kohen Mpls jewelry business Labor_world - - 1920-7-3 Labor World:Column 5. Certificate of Incorporation of Max A. Kohen, Incorporated. Max A. Kohen, M. G. Kohen, Louis E. Kanter Jewelry business.

1905-09-08_6 Bessie Kanter Virginia_enterprise - - 1905-9-8 Virginia Enterprise: Miss Bessie Kanter spending summer in city. Sister Mrs. B. Milavetz.

1905-12-08_2 Samuel, Isaac, Milvetz, Virginia, Eveleth Virginia_enterprise - - 1905-12-8 Virginia Enterprise. Died From Effects of Operation. - - Samuel and Benjamin, and Isaac Milavetz went to Duluth Tuesday to accompany their mother Mrs. F. Milavetz of Eveleth to St. Luke's Hospital for an operation for cancer of the stomach. She passed away at the age of 51 years of age and is survivied by her husband and seven children, five of whom are residences of Virginia. Samuel, Benjamin, Isaac, Mrs. S. M. Dorfman, and Mrs. P. Hostin. Celia and Anna Milavetz reside with parents at Eveleth. Funeral held in Duluth.

1906-03-04_2 Louis Kanter of Mpls cropped DNT - - 1906-3-4 Mr. and Mrs. M. Bloom gave a benefit dancing party. H. Kassimer, D. Kenigsberg, Max Shapiro, Louis Oreck, G. Oreck, J. Siegel, A. Polinsky, Mrs. S. Karon of Superior, Mrs. Milavitz of Virginia, Helen Karon, Bessie Rocklin, Sadie Rocklin, Lizzle Helperin, Della Siegel, Sarah Simon, Hattie Shapria (Shapira?) Sophie Winstien, Sarah Milavitz, Clara Shapiro, Bessie Markezitz (Marewitz?) Mary Shapiro, Selma Kasmir, Eva Kasmir, Minnie Winstein. Rabbi Mendel Silber, Allan Rocklin, Milton Rosenberger, Louis Kanter of Minneapolis, Harry Winstein of Bovey, Isadore Cohen of Superior, Julius Siegel, Herman Aronsohn, Louis Zalk of St. Paul, Zien and H. Hernos. cropped

Grais and Henry

1917-07-13_13 Gertrude Grais AJW - - 1917-7-13-American Jewish World Just Seven Weeks More For That Big Event On August 26th. “Box” Collection On South Side. For War Sufferers. Florence Rabinowitz, Gertrude Grais. Adele Zalk

1920-03-05_5 Mrs. M. Grais, Milford Grais AJW - - 1920-3-5 American Jewish World: Mr. and Mrs. M. Grais and son, Milford, 8121 Third avenue south, left last Monday for Los Angeles where they will be the guests of Mrs. Grais’ aunt and brothers. - - - 1920-3-5 American Jewish World: Mrs. S. Levin of Duluth, Minn. Spent several days here the guest of Mr. Leo Shapiro of Lake of the Isles Blvd.

1921-06-17_8 Joseph Grais high school AJW - - 1921-6-17 American Jewish World: High School Students Win Honors, Joseph Grais, many other names mentioned, including universities.

1922-03-03_6 Joseph Grais AJW - - 1922-3-3 American Jewish World: Joseph Grais Stars at Chess. 912 15th avenue south, freshman at the University, won the state junior chess championship in the elimination tournament at the Athletic club, St. Paul, Wednesday, Feb 22. He was awarded a gold championship metal and a cash prize of five dollars. Besides his university work, he plays basketball with the Semitix Intermediate five and is a gymnast of no mean ability.

1922-12-29_14 Joseph Grais AJW - - 1922-12-29 American Jewish World: Club Notes. The Semitix Club. Joseph Graais president. Ted Fishbein vice president, Louis Greene secretary, Nathan Gottlieb treasurer. Basketball league.

1904-06-09_5 Charles Grais acquitted cropped Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1904-6-9 Benidji: Acquitted of Larceny. Charles Grais, of Bagley, who is quite well known in Bemidji, was yesterday acquitted of a charge of grand larceny before the Clearwater county district court at Bagley. Grais was accused of stealing a number of cords of wood, but the charge was not proven to the satisfaction of the jury. L. H. Bailey of this city appeared for Gris at the trial. Cropped

1904-06-09_5 Charles Grais acquitted Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1904-6-9 Benidji: Acquitted of Larceny. Charles Grais, of Bagley, who is quite well known in Bemidji, was yesterday acquitted of a charge of grand larceny before the Clearwater county district court at Bagley. Grais was accused of stealing a number of cords of wood, but the charge was not proven to the satisfaction of the jury. L. H. Bailey of this city appeared for Gris at the trial. - Full Page

1907-12-29 Charles Grais DNT - - 1907-12-29 General Store Burned. Frazee, Minn. Dec. 28-The general store of Charles Grais, at Ponsford, Minn, was entirely destroyed by fire last night. The loss will amount to about $10,000 with little insurance Ponsford is an inland town on the line of the White Earth reservation.

1913-05-08_11 White Earth DNT - - 1913-5-8 Big Council of Chippewa Indians at Cass Lake Selects Football Star as Chairman. Photos. Group of the delegates to the Indian council of Chippewas at Cass Lake. Many of the delegates did not want to have their pictures taken.

1961-04-24_16 Samuel Grais affiliated w social agencies in MN cropped Grand_Rapids_Press - - 1961-4-24 Grand Rapids Press: Samuel Grais Indian Affairs - Cropped

1961-04-24_16 Samuel Grais affiliated w social agencies in MN Grand_Rapids_Press - - 1961-4-24 Grand Rapids Press: Samuel Grais Indian Affairs - Full page

1906-01-05_22 Marriage licenses for Joseph Grais & Jennie Kronick cropped Mps_journal - - 1906-1-5 Minneapolis Journal: Joseph Grais and Jennie Kronick marriage license. - Cropped

1906-01-05_22 Marriage licenses for Joseph Grais & Jennie Kronick. Mps_journal - - 1906-1-5 Minneapolis Journal: Joseph Grais and Jennie Kronick marriage license. - Full page

1903-04-09_5 Robert James Henry Tomahawk - - 1903-4-9 Tomahawk: Mr. Robert James Henry disciplinarian of the Indian boarding school at Pine Point is visiting his mother here. He reports everything at Pine Point as being in a flourishing condition.

1903-07-09_2 Samuel Grais, Ponsford Indian celebration CROPPED Tomahawk - - 1903-7-9 Tomahawk: The 4th at Ponsford. Pine Point.Mr. Samuel Grais and William A Spinwall managers, praised and credited for their energetic labors they manifested in the interest of the reservation people. - Cropped

1903-07-09_2 Samuel Grais, Ponsford Indian celebration Tomahawk - - 1903-7-9 Tomahawk: The 4th at Ponsford. Pine Point.Mr. Samuel Grais and William A Spinwall managers, praised and credited for their energetic labors they manifested in the interest of the reservation people. - Full page

1903-08-27_5 Robert Henry cropped Tomahawk - - 1903-8-27 Tomahawk: Robert J. Henry came over on Monday from Ponsford and returned yesterday.- cropped

1903-08-27_5 Robert Henry, Miss Grais Tomahawk - - 1903-8-27 Miss Wilkenson of Park Rapids and Miss Grais of Ponsford, were the guests of Miss Florence Beaulieu the past week. - cropped

1903-08-27_5 Robert Henry Tomahawk - - 1903-8-27 Tomahawk: Robert J. Henry came over on Monday from Ponsford and returned yesterday.- - - 1903-8-27 Miss Wilkenson of Park Rapids and Miss Grais of Ponsford, were the guests of Miss Florence Beaulieu the past week. - Full page

1904-01-01_5 Robert Henry cropped Tomahawk - - 1904-01-01_5 Robert Henry cropped Tomahawk - cropped

1904-01-01_5 Robert Henry Tomahawk - - 1904-01-01_5 Robert Henry cropped Tomahawk - f Full page

1904-05-26_5 Charles Grais business cropped Tomahawk - - 1904-5-26 Tomahawk: Charles Grais, the Ponsford merchant, was doing business here last Monday. - cropped

1904-05-26_5 Charles Grais business Tomahawk - - 1904-5-26 Tomahawk: Charles Grais, the Ponsford merchant, was doing business here last Monday. Full page

1904-06-02_6 Charles Grais merchant Tomahawk - - 1904-6-2 Tomahawk: Charles Grais, the Ponsford merchant was doing business at the Agency during the week. - - Full page

1904-06-02_6 Charles Grais merchant cropped Tomahawk - - 1904-6-2 Tomahawk: Charles Grais, the Ponsford merchant was doing business at the Agency during the week. - cropped

Lieberman

1911-10-06_3 Jake, Charles, A. S., and Ben Lieberman DNT - - 1911-10-6 Business Change At Coleraine. Lieberman Brothers Inc. Jake Lieberman managed Coleraine store, will go to Bovey and Charles and A. S. Lieberman will go to Coleraine store. Charles is from Bovey and A. S. from Marble. Ben Lieberman will continue in Grand Rapids.

1918-06-21_11 Ben Lieberman AJW - - 1918-6-21 American Jewish World: Minneapolis With the Travelers. Mrs. Ben Lieberman of Grand Rapids, Minn. is the guest of friends and relatives in the Twin Cities. - - - 1918-6-21 American Jewish World: Max Goldberg of Duluth home from college. - - - 1918-6-21 American Jewish World: Bar Mitzvoh. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kronick 2101 Fremont south, announced the Bar Mitzvah of their son Sigmund Henry to the Adath Yeshurun Synagog, Saturdy, June 15.

1920-10-15_15 Ben Lieberman AJW - - 1920-6-10-15 American Jewish World: Ben Lieberman and H. Lieberman donation to Yom Kippur Fund.

1922-03-17_15 Ben Lieberman, Charles Lieberman AJW - - 1922-3-17 American Jewish World: Ben and Charles Lieberman. War fund. Maurice J. Kronick on committee.

1922-08-04_7 Mr and Mrs Ben Lieberman AJW - - 1922-8-4 American Jewish World: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lieberman, Grand Raoids, Minn. - - - 1922-8-4 Max Wain of Chisholm. mother Mrs. A. Wain. Florence Frisch granddaughter. Eveleyn Frisch guest of sister Mrs. Julius Fligelman.

1908-08-17_2 Ben Lieberman Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1908-8-17 Bemidji: Ben and Mike Lieberman Grand Rapids, Minn. helped victim at crime scene, Mrs. George Cochran.

1919-09-10_5 Ben Lieberman DNT - - 1919-9-10 Grand Rapids: Ben Lieberman jury duty

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1912-10-04_3 Hibbing B. H. Edelstein DNT - - 1912-10-4 Hibbing B. H. Edelstein Center street furniture store, arrested for keeping his daughter out of school. His daughter was watching the store while her father was attending the orthdox synagogue for Hoshama Rabe/Rosh Hashana.

1896-01-07_3 Samuel Edelstein groceries fire insurance 3,500 DNT - - 1896-1-7 The Solon Block Losses. Samuel Edelstein, groceries, $3,500, insurance $2,000.

1896-01-07_3 Typhoid outbreak schools teachers ill DNT - - 1896-1-7 School Notes. Several Teachers Are Ill and A Number of Substitutes Take Their Places. Spring water provided to drink.

1898-06-23_6 Samuel Edelstein and Sadie Cohen ml DNT - - 1898-6-23 Marriage license for Samuel Edelstein and Sadie Cohen

1901-06-12 Morris Edelstein DNT - - 1901-6-12 Judegment Against Morris Edelstein

1904-06-19_[10] B. H. Edelstein brick Opera house Cronin DNT - - 1904—6-19 Lyel Cronin charged with hitting B. H. Edelstein with a brick.

1904-12-24_[12] Martin Edelstein furniture store Superior DNT - - 1904-12-24 Former Superior Man Accused of Forgery. Martin Edelstin (Morris) charged with forgery. Charged with setting a house on fire belonging to T. J. Solon.

1905-01-01_11 Morris Edelstein DNT - - 1905-1-1 St. Paul: Bankrupt Held Under $2,000 Bonds. Morris Edelstein, Charged With Swearing Falsely, Must Face Grand Jury.

1905-05-10_[6] E. H. Edelstein fire five children and wife rescued DNT - - 1905-5-10 Home In Flames; Family Is Saved. E. H. Edelstein, Wife and Five Children Have Narrow Escape From Death.

1905-06-17_[6] Second Hand dealers without licenses. Roy Edelstein DNT - - 1905-6-17 Impending Fines Bring Out Cash. Dealers Arraigned For Doing Business Without License Secure Papers. S. Karon, Sam Weiner, Roy Edelstein, S. Helstein, H. Kall, Sam Harris, P. Handlovesky, S. Popkins, Sam Rosenbloom, and S. Barklousky.

1905-08-14_[3] New synagogue Roy Edelstein Hammond and Sixth DNT - - 1905-8-14 Appoint Committee To Arrange Program. Hammond avenue and Sixth street. New Jewish congregation. H. Sparkberg, A. Holzberg, A. Siegel, L. Larski, S. Rosenbloom, D. Bergstein, R. Edelstein, and E. Cohen.

1905-12-10 M. Edelstein fraud DNT - - 1905-12-10 St. Paul: Is Found Guilty In Perjury Case. M. Edelstein, Who Shipped Goods to Eveleth Will Be Sentenced tomorrow. Morris Edelstein, Eveleth, Minnesota, J. A. Clapp

1905-12-21_[10] Roy Edelstein ad furniture store DNT - - 1905-12-21 Ad The Globe Furniture House, 518-520 Tower Avenue. R. Edelstein.

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1906-11-11_2 Lena and Rachael Edelstein DNT - - 1906-11-11 Mr. and Mrs. M. Cook announce engagement of their sister, Miss Mayme Gittelson to Marcus Jaffey of this city. (Duluth). - - - 1906-11-11 Miss Lena Karon surprise party, 127 East Second Street, Sarah Milavitz, Ida Milavitz, Bessie Call, Rachael Levin, Tena Simon, Sarah Cohen, Lena Cohen, Lena Edelson, Rachael Edelstein, Ben Goldish, Israel Brown, Zalk, Henry Berkowitz, Getchel Simon, Joe Sloulm (Slonim ?), Joe Karon, Ben Karon, Barrney Karon.

1912-03-18_[11] Roy L Edelstein Candidate for Councilman Superior photo DNT - - 1912-3-18 Ad for Roy L. Edelstein Candidate for Councilman photo.

1912-09-01_[15] Mrs Roy Edelstein recovering from typhoid fever DNT - - 1912-9-1 Reported Convalescent. Mrs. Roy Edelstein, 1515 Hughitt avenue, typhoid fever.

1912-10-04_3 Hibbing B H Edelstein arrested kept daughter out of school DNT - - 1912-10-4 Hibbing Merchants Fight Truancy Law. B. H. Edelstein, Center street furniture store, violating truancy law. Daughter kept out of school. Hoshama Rabe (Rosh Hashanah). Orthodox Jewish church (synagogue). He announces he will fight the case and has a right to keep his daughter out of school to assist him while he is attending church. Herman Buros, Tower Avenue, saloon man.

1916-04-09_12 Roy Edelstein DNT - - 1916-4-9 ‘Pinch’ Swan Hard On Assault Charge. Alleged to Have “Swatted” Roy Edelstein in Connection With Court Case. Commissioner Swan Hard.

1917-02-24_6 J Edelstein DNT - - 1917-2-24 Hibbing’s Red Men At Masquerade Ball.

1917-08-30_5 Hibbing-Mrs. E. H. Edelstein injured DNT - - 1917-8-30 Hibbing: Woman Seriously Hurt In Street Car Accident. Mrs. E. H. Edelstein, Pine street, suffered street car accident. Mrs. Edelstein on one side of the tract and her cow on the other. Cow struck by street car which in turn knowcked Mrs. Edelstein. J. Edelstein

1918-04-04_5 Hibbing Fanny Edelstein DNT - - 1918-4-4 Hibbing: A Kiss For A Jitney At Hibbing School Carnival. Exhibitions to Be Given by Girl Divers and Side-Show Attractions on Program. Fanny Edelstein.

1918-06-02_11 Mrs. R. Edelstein Jewish war relief DNT - - 1918-6-2 Campaign For Jewish War Fund Soon To Start. Committees Named and Headquarters Secured for Drive Next Week. Headquarters 816 Tower avenue. Julius Cohan, A. Siegal, Alice Holzberg, Robert Jacobs, E. I. Lurye, Julius Weingarten, Julius Cohen, S. Y. Josephs, E. I. Lurye, Herman Aronsohn, C. Marcus, H. Leibovitz, M. Sher., A. Holzberg, S. Y. Josephs, Mrs. B. Edelstein.

1918-07-01_5 Julius Edelstein draft DNT - - 1918-7-1 Hibbing: Questionnaires Sent At Hibbing. Draft Board Begins Week of Reclassifying Men Beyond First Available Group. Julius Edelstein, Benjamin E. Karon

1919-02-27_5 Hibbing Julius Edelstein Lyric theater robbery DNT - - 1919-2-27 Hibbing: Thieves Steal Clothing/ Hibbing Man Victim. Julius Edelstein, owner of the Lyric theater.

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1919-03-07_4 Lizzie Edelstein DNT - - 1919-3-7 Ask Removal Of Case To United States Courts. Libie Edelstein against Mesaba Railway company.

1919-03-12_3 Hibbing Lizzie Edelstein court case DNT - - 1919-3-12 One Cow Figures Big In Federal Court Action. Lizzie Edelstein against Mesaba Railway company. Aug. 29, 1917.

1919-11-28_5 Hibbing Louis Deitch & Rose Edelstein wed DNT - - 1919-11-28 Hibbing: Wed At Workers’ Hall Louis Deitch and rose Edelstein.

1920-01-23_6 Abe Edelstein dance DNT - - 1920-1-23 Is Host At Dance. Abe Edelstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edelstein, 1708 Ogden avenue was host for young people dancing party.

1920-09-29_5 E. H. Edelstein new building DNT - - 1920-9-29 Hibbing: $15,000 Store Under Way In New South Hibbing. E. H. Edelstein store building on third avenue South. Furniture business.

1921-04-20_10 Roy Edelstein DNT - - 1921-4-20 Superior man Claims Assessor ‘Gyped’ Him. Roy Edelstein, 1708 Ogden avenue.

1922-06-25_10 Walter Edelstein violinist DNT - - 1922-6-25 Hempel gives ‘Doll Clothes’ to Hospital. Madam Alda Also Gives Toys, Dolls to Charity Hospital. A new violinist was also heard. He is Walter Edelstein, a pupil of Franz Kneisel. Mr. Edelstein has had considerable experience as a solo violinist, and is looked upon by his teacher as a pupil of exceptional promise.

1922-09-17_4 Hibbing Nellie Rutstein & Julius Edelstein wed DNT - - 1922-9-17 Hibbing Girl To Wed. Miss Nellie Rutstein and Julius Edelstein . E. H. Edelstein, 111 First avenue, Brooklyn. Cousins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hallock gave bride away. Badonna Hallock played wedding march.

1922-09-30_12 Arthur and Julius Edelstein DNT - - 1922-9-30 Merit Badges, Emblems Given Scouts In Court Of Honor. Julius Edelstein.

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1898 10-01_4 S Edelstein Furniture businesson Tower Labor_world - - 1898-10-1 3rd. col. Labor world S. Edelstein, Furniture. 509-511 Tower avenue. Second hand furniture, stoves, bedding, carpets.

1898-10-08_5 Second Hand Store S. Edelstein Labor_world - - 1898-10-8 Labor world Directory of Duluth and Superior Business Firms. - - - . - - - Clothing and Gents’ Furnishing goods - - - William M. Abrahamson 112 and 225 W. Superior Clothing and Gents’ Furnishing goods. - - - Louis Oreckovsky, 530 West Superior street. - - - M. Cook, 400 West Superior street.. - - - N. L. Summerfield Twentieth avenue west. . - - - . - - - Furs and Fur Goods Made.. - - - H. Gross, 1011 Tower Ave., W. Sup., Wis. . - - - . - - - Groceries, Fruits, Etc. . - - - M. M. Sher, 123 First avenue east. . - - - Livery, Sale Stables, Etc.. - - - J. Hammel & Co., 125-127 West First St. . - - - . - - - Second Hand Goods.. - - - Bloom & Co., 102 West First St.. - - - M. Shapira, 12 First avenue west.. - - - S. Edelstein, 509 tower Ave., W. Sup., Wis. . - - - . - - - Wholesale Liquors.. - - - . - - - B. Heller Liquor Co., 102 W. Michigan Sts. . - - - . - - - Wines, Fine Liquors, Etc.. - - - . - - - M. S. Cook, 509 West Superior street..

1898-10-08_5 St Paul and Duluth Railroad Labor_world - - 1898-10-8_5 St Paul and Duluth Railroad Labor_world - Cropped - The short line between st Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, West Superior

1898-10-15_5 R Edelstein & Co. 2nd Hand Goods 516 Tower Labor_world - - 1898-10-15 Labor world R. Edelstein & Co., Second Hand Goods. 516 Tower avenue, furniture store. Stoves, bedroom sets. - - There may be other businesses Listed

1898-11-19_6 Roy and Samuel Edelstein listings Labor_world - - 1898-11-19-6 Labor world Businesses directory. This edition includes S. Edelstein and R. Edelstein with their locations.- - - - - - Second Hand Goods - - - S. Edelstein, 509 Tower Ave., W. Sup., Wis - - - R. Edelstein & Co., 516 Tower Ave. W. Sup., Wis.

Samuel Widdes

1922-10-06_17 Samuel Wides American_Jewish_world - - 1922-10-6 Mr. and Mrs. David G. Hirschman of 690 Dayton avenue, announced the marriage of their daughter, Ethel, to Mr. William Widdes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Widdes, of Duluth, on Sunday, September 3.

1918-10-27_9 Cloquet Relief from fire, house county cattle DNT - - 1918-10-27 Cloquet fire relief, place to shelter cattle.

1918-07-26_5 Samuel and Rose Ginsberg Echo_de_l'ouest - - 1918-7-26 col. 2 Samuel and Rose Ginsberg

1898-01-05_6 Rose Ginsberg, hearst built Saint_Paul_globe - - 1898-1-5 Hearst build in St. Paul for Jewish Community, Rose Ginsberg

Goldberg

1917-11-23_4 Jacob Goldberg Bemidji Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1917-11-23 Jacob Goldberg Ad Hides and Furs - Bemidji Daily Pioneer

1907-01-28 Chisholm 2Jacob Goldberg married DNT - - 1907-1-28 Chisholm Man Married. Jacob Goldberg, El Queeno Cigar company. Wife’s name is not mentioned.

1914-10-08_[4] Jacob Goldberg DNT - - 1914-10-8 Fined For Slaughtering Animals Within Limits. Jacob Goldberg. John avenue and Fifth street. Arrested in superior.

1916-05-26_4 Jacob Goldberg DNT - - 1916-5-26 Superior News: Duluth Wallingford Sells Cow, Not His, to Superior Butcher.

1919-08-17_13 Jacob Goldberg Superior DNT - - 1919-8-17 Cruelty to Animals Charge. Jacob Goldberg Superior police department.

1920-08-29_[4] Morris Goldberg DNT - - 1920-8-29 Forfeits Bail. Morris Goldberg.

1920-08-31_[7] Morris Goldberg DNT - - 1920-8-31 Morris Goldberg charged with passing open street car gates, forfeited $10 bail by not appearing.

1920-09-18_6 Morris Goldberg DNT - - 1920-9-18 Meat Market Man Arrested. Morris Goldberg, proprietor of a meatmarket at 425 John avenue. Unsanitary shop.

Misc

2020-11-29 Bob Dylan_ The Lost Bar Mitzvah Tapes - - Untold Dylan - Bob Dylan: The Lost Bar Mitzvah Tapes - - Pastor Wendell Helgason of the Wesley United Methodist Church, in Hibbing, discovered a rare artifact in the basement of the Church last Easter Sunday. It was an audio tape recording from the days before the Church moved in and took over the mortgage from the former owners, the Agudath Achim Synagogue which closed its doors in 1964 due to a dwindling local Jewish population. - - When Pastor Helgason dusted off and activated the old Sony reel to reel he was intrigued at first by the melodic chanting which he assumed to be the young men’s Hebrew choir. It turned out to be the Synagogue Cantor’s own recording of each boy’s Bar Mitzvah rehearsal. He was about to turn off the tape when he heard a distinct voice that he immediately recognized. "I would know that nasal sound anywhere,”Pastor Wendell said, bursting with hometown pride. “No mistaking that voice belonged to the prodigal son of Hibbing."

2020-11-29 Bob Dylan_ The Lost Bar Mitzvah Tapes - - 1966-09-13_17 David Hiram Margolien Boston_Record_American - - an ad for David Hiram Margolien in Boston as a tool maker.

1915-09-07_11 Herman Wilk accident Fargo_forum - - 1915-9-7 Herman Wilk In auto Wreck. Moorhead Man Had Close Call Early Last Night When His Car Collided With A Threshing Rig Near Hickson-Injuries Are Slight. Herman Wilk, Empire Bottle Co., roadster.

1918-05-02_10 Herman Wilk cropped Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1918-5-2 Fargo Forum - - Bought Thrift Stamps. Young People of Moorhead Found Valuable Papers. Norman Wright and May Borgen Tuesday afternoon found a package of valuable papers hidden under the grating of one of the basement windows of the Wright & Son's awning factory, Moorhead. The papers were lost several weeks ago by Herman Wilk and the young people "split" the $25 reward and invested the money in thrift stamps.

1915-09-08 Two Herman Wilk Grand_Forks_Daily_Herald - - 1915-9-8 Moorhead Man Is Severely Injured. Herman Wilk recovering from accident.

1922-06-23_3 Full page with Duluth news - American_Jewish_world - - 1922-6-23 American Jewish World: General news Duluth News. Talmud Torah News Names mentioned...Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hammel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. M. R. Mann, Mrs. R. W. Gottschalk, Mrs. S. Birdie, Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mr. and Mrs. Max Wetzler, Mr. and Mrs. Krojanker, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Freimuth, Dr. and Mrs. M. Lefkovits, Mr. Louis Zalk, Theodore Cook, Percy Weinberg, Maurice Bailer, Sylvester Meyers, Fredrich Albenberg. Morris Kohn, Rabbi Israel Teplitz, Samuel Braverman, Marvin Aarons, Helen Segal, Morris Gotkin, Anita Averbook, Alfred Weinberg, Morris Kohn, Hyman Goldfarb, Irene Levine, Mr. S. natelson, Diplomas to Alfred Weinberg, Marvin Aarons, Samuel Braverman, Morris Gotkin, Hyman Goldfarb, Harry Fagel, Max Shershonsky, Hyman Widdes, Louis King, Benjamin Davis, Herbert Samuel, Paul Wiener.

1922-06-23_3 Full page with Duluth news - American_Jewish_world - - 1922-6-23 American Jewish World: High School Graduates. Out of a class of 270 from the Duluth Central High School there are 25 Jews or almost ten per cent of the graduates. The Jewish population of Duluth is only 3 per cent of the entire population of Duluth. (Note: an interesting fact about Jewish students attending high school in Duluth.)

Fagel

1917-09-18_[14] Samuel Fagel DNT - - 1917-9-18 Body Of Second Victim Found In Wrecked Viking. Samuel Fagel; 21, Engineer of Craft, Drowned in Engine Room of Steamer. Cropped.

1915-06-01_[14] Abie Fagel water accident DNT - - 1915-6-1 Lad Is Hero In Near-Drowning. Hymie Schraber, Age 16, Rescues 15 Year Old "Abie" Fagel From Death in Lake. Boy Falls Ten Feet And 'Pal Pluges After Him. Abie Fagel 220 1/2 East Second street.

1919-12-31_8 Samuel Fagel, brother to J. S. Fagel DNT - - 1919-1-31 Asks Distribution Of $500 Award In Death Of Brother. Samuel Fagel drowned. J. S. Fagel brother.

1917-09-17_[1] Full page DNT.pdf - - 1917-9-17 Boats Crash; Fear 1 Dead. Fishing Smack Hit By A Tug Off Lester Park. Viking fish boat owned by J. S. Fagel, 21 North Second avenue East. Samuel and William Fargel sons, engineer and captain. Note: in other reports, the captain was William Cook. We do not think that there is a son by the name of William Fargel. - - - Also, Russia proclaimed republic.

1919-03-22_7 J S Fagel & Son Ad for fish Catholic_bulletin full page - - 1919-3-22 Ad in Catholic bulletin around the time of lent. J. S. Fagel & Son Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Fresh, Frozen, Smoked And Salted Fish. Lake Superior Herring And Siscoes A Specialty, Grand 370 Melrose 5056, 21 N. Second Av. E., Duluth. - - More about Cisco, the fish: Wikipedia

1919-03-22_7 J S Fagel & Son Ad for fish Catholic_bulletin cropped - - 1919-3-22 Ad in Catholic bulletin around the time of lent. J. S. Fagel & Son Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Fresh, Frozen, Smoked And Salted Fish. Lake Superior Herring And Siscoes A Specialty, Grand 370 Melrose 5056, 21 N. Second Av. E., Duluth. - - More about Cisco, the fish: Wikipedia

1913-02-22_8 Abie Fagel sings in court house DNT - - 1913-2-22 Winds Howl, boys Sing in the Big Courthouse. Abie Fagel and Gottfried Azinski. (Azine?)

1913-06-30_7 Abie Fagel, Jake Goldish, Robert Barney arrested DNT - - 1913-6-30 Boys Make Raid On Melon Car. Five Arrested Charged With Breaking Door Seal-One Attemps to Sell Booty. carload of watermelon. Jake Goldifsh (Goldish?) 12 years old 208 East First street, Robert Barney, age 14, 201 East Second street, Abie Fagel, age 10, 220 East Second street.

1915-06-01_[14] Abie Fagel water accident DNT (2) - - 1915-6-1 Lad Is Hero In Near-Drowning. Hymie Scraber, Age 16, Rescues 15-Year-Old "Abie" Fagel From Death in Lake. Boy Falls Ten Feet And 'Pal' Plunges After Him. Falls 10 feet into lake Fist avenue East. 220 1/2 East Second street, Hymie Schraber, 203 1/2 East Second street.

1917-04-07_7 Godfrey Azine and Abe Fagel sing duet DNT - - 1917-4-7 Boys Give Annual Minstrel Show April 11. YMCA, Max Goldberg, Godfrey Azine, Abe Fagel.

1920-06-22 Abe Fagel larceny DNT - - 1920-6-22 Two Men Are Arraigned On Charges Of Larceny. Abe Fagel, grand larceny, in the second degree, alleged to have stolen $71 in cash.

1920-09-23_3 Abe Fagel larceny DNT - - 1920-9-23 Three Witnesses Testify In Fagel Larceny Case. Abe Fagel charged with second degree larceny.

1915-03-06 Ida Fagel engagement to Morton M. Azine DNT - - 1915-3-6 Engagement Announced Of Miss Ida Fagel. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fagel, 220 East Second street, announced the engagement of their daughter, Ida, to Morton M. Azine of this city.

1915-06-23_7 short social articles DNT - - 1915-6-23 Miss Selma Oreckovsky, 11 East Third street, has gone to Minneapolis where she will enter the summer school at the state university.

1915-06-23_7 short social articles DNT - - 1915-6-23 Miss Ida Berkson, 613 East First street, will entertain the members of the Osewa club tonight, the affair to be given in honor of Miss Ida Fagelson, whose marriage to Morton Azine will take place Monday.

1915-06-23_7 short social articles DNT - - 1915-6-23 Miss Irma Levin, 117 West Third street, returned yesterday on the Noronic from Cleveland, where she has been visiting since leaving Chevy Chase school at Washington. She was acompanied by Miss Edith Halle, who will be her guest.

1912 Duluth Directory Levin and Levine - - 1912 Duluth directory for 1912 covering Levin and Levine.

1915-06-01_[14] Abie Fagel water accident DNT (3) - - 1915-6-1 Lad Is Hero In Near Drowning. Hymie Schraber, Age 16, Resuces 15 Year Old "Abie" Fagel From Death in Lake. Boy Falls Ten Feet And 'Pal' Plunges After Him. Abbie-220 1/2 East Second street. Hymie Schraber, age 16, 203 1/2 East Second street.

1917-09-17_[1] boat crash DNT - - 1917-9-17 Boat Crash; Fear 1 Dead. Fishing Smack Hit By A Tug Off Lester park. j. S. Fagel, 21 North Second avenue East. J. S. Fagel is son of Samuel Fagel.

1917-09-18_[14] Samuel Fagel DNT (2) - - 1917-9-18 Body Of Second Victim Found In Wrecked Vicking. Samuel Fagel, 21, Engineer of Craft, Drowned in Engine Room of Steamer. William Cook, pilot, hurled from wheelhouse, body not recovered. Fagel was son of J. S. Fagel, 21 Second avenue East.

1917-09-19_10 Sam Fagel 23 years old, son of Jake Fagel DNT - - 1917-9-19 Fagel, funeral services for Sam Fagel, age 22, son of Jake Fagel, 21 North Second avenue East who was drowned in Lake Superior off Lester Park Sunday night in a boat collision, where held yesterday. Crawford's undertaking rooms having charge of the body.

1918-01-14_[1] Harry Fagel falls into ice saved by Zalzulak DNT - - 1918-1-14 Boy Leaps In Icy Lake; Rescues His Companion. John Zazulak, age 14 rescued Harry Fagel, age 8 from Lake Superior. Harry Fagel lives at 21 North Second ave. Zazulak lives at 102 East Second street.

1918-06-05_11 Ida Fagel wins tickets to theater DNT - - 1918-6-5 Ida Fagel 513 1/2 Second Ave. East, will find a pair of tickets for the Lyceum at the Tribune office to see "Cheating Cheaters" Thursday night.

1919-10-29_12 J S Fagel Sam Fagel Barnett & Record company DNT - - 1919-10-29 A suit for $5,150 has been started regarding collision of tug Ferris and Viking. J. S. Fagel, estate of Sam Fagel. drowning. A separate suit for $860 started by Fagel against co. for repairs to Viking.

1919-12-31_8 Samuel Fagel, brother to J. S. Fagel DNT (2) - - 1919-12-31 Ask Distribution of $500 Award In Death Of Brother. Samuel Fagel, J. S. Fagel brother of deceased.

1918-06-05_1 1 Ida Fagel wins tickets to theater cropped DNT - - 1918-06-05 Ida Fagel wins tickets to theater

1920-01-03_4 J Goldberg Cohen cropped Labor_world - - 1920-1-3 Goldberg and Cohen

1920-01-03_4 J S Fagel and Lena Fagel Sam Fagel cropped Labor_world - - 1920-1-3 J. Fagel and Lena Fagel

1920-01-03_4 J S Fagel and Lena Fagel Sam Fagel Labor_world - - 1920-1-3 J. Fagel and Lena Fagel

1910-09-15_[5] George Leamon DNT - - 1910-9-15 Buys Ogden Lots And Will Build. George Leamon Will Let Contract for a Brick Structure This Week. The City Bakery, Tower avenue, near Eleventh street. Mr. Leamon is proprietor.

1917-07-08_8 George Leamon bakery DNT - - 1917-7-8 Will Follow Rules On Return Of Bread. Leamon Notifies Agencies That Order Will Be in Effect Tuesday. George W. Leamon.

Naymark

1917-07-10_10 M. D. Naymark DNT - - 1917-7-10 Draft: 1311 M. L. Solosky, 1320 F. L. Jacobs, 1330 Jacob Bernstein, 1332 Sam Goldish, 1335 Samuel Zeidel. 1345 J. M. Rabinovitz, 1367 David Kaplan, 1373 C. Halperin, 1374 Lyle A. Oreck, 1397 Abe Glassman, 1398 Louis Caplan, 1400 J. H. Viener, 1406 Jacob Sher, 1428 A. I. Karon, 1431 M. D. Naymark, 1435 H. Vertelney, 1443 Joe Kaplan.

1921-04-20_3 Bertha Naymark DNT - - 1921-4-20 52 Ar On Washinton Junior Honor Slate: Etta Levine, Celia Walt, Rose Kenner, Jeanette Kaner, Bertha Naymark, Elizabeth London, Phillip Shapiro.

1922-01-06_3 D. Naymark injured by auto DNT - - 1922-1-6 One Hurt by Auto. D. Naymark, 212 Third avenue East.

1922-02-21_[1] D. Naymark 519 West Superior clothing store DNT - - 1922-2-21 Store Fire Drives Lodgers to Street. Clothing store of D. Naymark. 519 West Superior street.

Litman

1912-04-12_6 Samuel and Abe Litman DNT - - 1912-4-12 Litman brothers, Samuel and Abraham. building permit.

Sophie Cohen Henry Cohen

1919-02-16_11 Henry and Sophie Cohen violin duets DNT - - 1919-2-16 Permanent Plan For Citizenship Is Established. Americanization-Meetings to Be Continued in Superior; Much Good is Resultant.Henry and Sophie Cohen.

1919-03-30_15 Sophie Cohen and broher DNT - - 1919-3-30 Miss Elmgren will Head the Musicale Club. Superior Organization Choses Officers for 1919-Members Entertain With Program. Sophie Cohen.

1922-02-17_4 Miss Sophie cohen violin DNT - - 1922-2-17 Church To Celebrate Birth. Methodist church. Miss Sophie Cohen violin selection.

1922-12-25_2 Miss Sophie Cohen violin solo DNT - - 1922-12-25 Superior Hospitals, Mission Hear Musical Programs. Miss Sophie Cohen violin solos.

Misc

1895-03-11_3 Shapira Cook wedding St_Paul_daily_globe_ - - 1895-3-11 St. Paul, MN Shapira and Cook wedding. Of Ancient Style. Was the Mariage Yesterday of albert Shapira and Miss Annie Coook. Orthodox Jewish Wedding. A Duplicate in Many Ways of the immortal Cermony at Cana. Two Thousand Years Ago. Strange and Impressive Services-Gentlemen Wear Their Hats. - - - Shapira and Cook wedding in St. Paul, MN. Guests from Duluth listed. Good description of a Jewish wedding.

1894-09-02 Hinckley fire DNTa - - 1894-09-02 Hinckley fire - - The Horror - Over seventy victoms of terrible fire - Return of the second relief train - Work of relief nobly started by the people of Duluth

1894-09-02 Hinckley fire DNTb - - 1894-09-02 Hinckley fire - - Hincklye Burned - Prosperous town of 1200 entirely wiped out - 500 survivors here. - What has become of the rest, no one knows. - Little change for the rest..

1894-09-02 Hinckley fire DNTc - - 1894-09-02 Hinckley fire - - Fire at Menahga, Minnesota - Forest fires raging in this vacinity. Entire town fighting the fire.

1900 Duluth Directory Karon - - 1900 Duluth directory Karon family - Abraham Karon, peddler, b 13 West 3rd. - Louis S. Karon (S & L Karon), residence 112 16th ave. West - Sapsil (Sapsil and Louis), proprs Northwestern Iron & Metal Co. junk 17-19 East 1st and 15333 West Superior.

1892 Duluth Directory Karon famiies and Kasmer - - 1892 Duluth Directory Karon family - - Abram, peddler, residence 414 Lake avenue South. - - Louis Karon (S & L Karon, res. 18 1/2 East 2nd. - - Sampson Karon (S & L Karon), res. 24 1/2 East 2nd. - - Simon Karon (Mark & Karon), res 362 St. Croix av. - - S & L Karon (Sampson & Louis) proprs N W Iron & Metal Co 17 E 1st.

1900 Duluth Directory Kenner families - - 1900 Duluth directory Kenner family - - Abraham Kenner tmstr, boarder 422 St. Croix ave. - - Elijah Kenner, fish 422 St. Croix ave., boarder same. - - Gustav Kenner, farmer, residence 422 St. Croix ave. - - Henry Kenner, tmstr. boarder 422 St. Croix ave.


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The 425 news articles below were collected after March 2020 and have already been integrated into the Main Index.

They are listed below in Chronological order:

1892 Duluth Directory Karon famiies and Kasmer - - 1892 Duluth Directory Karon family - - Abram, peddler, residence 414 Lake avenue South. - - Louis Karon (S & L Karon, res. 18 1/2 East 2nd. - - Sampson Karon (S & L Karon), res. 24 1/2 East 2nd. - - Simon Karon (Mark & Karon), res 362 St. Croix av. - - S & L Karon (Sampson & Louis) proprs N W Iron & Metal Co 17 E 1st.

1894-09-02 Hinckley fire DNTa - - 1894-09-02 Hinckley fire - - The Horror - Over seventy victoms of terrible fire - Return of the second relief train - Work of relief nobly started by the people of Duluth

1894-09-02 Hinckley fire DNTb - - 1894-09-02 Hinckley fire - - Hincklye Burned - Prosperous town of 1200 entirely wiped out - 500 survivors here. - What has become of the rest, no one knows. - Little change for the rest..

1894-09-02 Hinckley fire DNTc - - 1894-09-02 Hinckley fire - - Fire at Menahga, Minnesota - Forest fires raging in this vacinity. Entire town fighting the fire.

1895-03-11_3 Shapira Cook wedding St_Paul_daily_globe_ - - 1895-3-11 St. Paul, MN Shapira and Cook wedding. Of Ancient Style. Was the Mariage Yesterday of albert Shapira and Miss Annie Coook. Orthodox Jewish Wedding. A Duplicate in Many Ways of the immortal Cermony at Cana. Two Thousand Years Ago. Strange and Impressive Services-Gentlemen Wear Their Hats. - - - Shapira and Cook wedding in St. Paul, MN. Guests from Duluth listed. Good description of a Jewish wedding.

1896-01-07_3 Samuel Edelstein groceries fire insurance 3,500 DNT - - 1896-1-7 The Solon Block Losses. Samuel Edelstein, groceries, $3,500, insurance $2,000.

1896-01-07_3 Typhoid outbreak schools teachers ill DNT - - 1896-1-7 School Notes. Several Teachers Are Ill and A Number of Substitutes Take Their Places. Spring water provided to drink.

1897-01-30_4 Jacob Siegel, Elias Siegel, Aaron Siegel, Matt Siegel conspiracy Superior_times - - 1897-1-30 Superior Times Actions have been brought against Isaac Cohn, Jacob Siegel, Elias Siegel, Aaron Siegel, Sam Cohen, William Kellar, Matt Siegel and Isaac Rothstein for conspiracy, in connection with the assignment made about a year ago by Cohen & Siegel.

1897-03-10_2 Aaron Siegel, Elias Siegel, J. H. Gosnel cropped Milwaukee_Journal - - 1897-3-10 Milwaukee Journal Aaron Siegel and Aaron Siegel Keystone Loan & Mercantile Co. Superior

1898-01-05_6 Rose Ginsberg, hearst built Saint_Paul_globe - - 1898-1-5 Hearst build in St. Paul for Jewish Community, Rose Ginsberg

1898-05-28_2 Siegel et al impleaded appeliants Reversed Superior_times - - 1898-5-28 Superior Times Siegel et al impleaded appellants Reversed.

1898-06-23_6 Samuel Edelstein and Sadie Cohen ml DNT - - 1898-6-23 Marriage license for Samuel Edelstein and Sadie Cohen

1898 10-01_4 S Edelstein Furniture businesson Tower Labor_world - - 1898-10-1 3rd. col. Labor world S. Edelstein, Furniture. 509-511 Tower avenue. Second hand furniture, stoves, bedding, carpets.

1898-10-08_5 Second Hand Store S. Edelstein Labor_world - - 1898-10-8 Labor world Directory of Duluth and Superior Business Firms. - - - . - - - Clothing and Gents’ Furnishing goods - - - William M. Abrahamson 112 and 225 W. Superior Clothing and Gents’ Furnishing goods. - - - Louis Oreckovsky, 530 West Superior street. - - - M. Cook, 400 West Superior street.. - - - N. L. Summerfield Twentieth avenue west. . - - - . - - - Furs and Fur Goods Made.. - - - H. Gross, 1011 Tower Ave., W. Sup., Wis. . - - - . - - - Groceries, Fruits, Etc. . - - - M. M. Sher, 123 First avenue east. . - - - Livery, Sale Stables, Etc.. - - - J. Hammel & Co., 125-127 West First St. . - - - . - - - Second Hand Goods.. - - - Bloom & Co., 102 West First St.. - - - M. Shapira, 12 First avenue west.. - - - S. Edelstein, 509 tower Ave., W. Sup., Wis. . - - - . - - - Wholesale Liquors.. - - - . - - - B. Heller Liquor Co., 102 W. Michigan Sts. . - - - . - - - Wines, Fine Liquors, Etc.. - - - . - - - M. S. Cook, 509 West Superior street..

1898-10-08_5 St Paul and Duluth Railroad Labor_world - - 1898-10-8_5 St Paul and Duluth Railroad Labor_world - Cropped - The short line between st Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, West Superior

1898-10-15_5 R Edelstein & Co. 2nd Hand Goods 516 Tower Labor_world - - 1898-10-15 Labor world R. Edelstein & Co., Second Hand Goods. 516 Tower avenue, furniture store. Stoves, bedroom sets. - - There may be other businesses Listed

1898-11-19_6 Roy and Samuel Edelstein listings Labor_world - - 1898-11-19-6 Labor world Businesses directory. This edition includes S. Edelstein and R. Edelstein with their locations.- - - - - - Second Hand Goods - - - S. Edelstein, 509 Tower Ave., W. Sup., Wis - - - R. Edelstein & Co., 516 Tower Ave. W. Sup., Wis.

1899-02-04 First Jewish Wedding in Duluth - - 1899-02-04 the first wedding amoung the Jewish people cocured when Rabbi Frey of Dultuh married Jacob Stien of Eveleth to Miss Sarah Fenkle who has just arrived from Yumpel, Russia. Duluth Evening Herald,

1899-06-17_7 Frank Rabinowitz of Eveleth bankruptcy DNT - - 1899-6-17 Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. Frank Rabinowitz bankruptcy.

1899-07-21_3 Frank Rabinowitz cropped DNT - - 1899-7-21 Proceedings In Bankruptcy. Frank Rabinowitz.

1900 Duluth Directory Karon - - 1900 Duluth directory Karon family - Abraham Karon, peddler, b 13 West 3rd. - Louis S. Karon (S & L Karon), residence 112 16th ave. West - Sapsil (Sapsil and Louis), proprs Northwestern Iron & Metal Co. junk 17-19 East 1st and 15333 West Superior.

1900 Duluth Directory Kenner families - - 1900 Duluth directory Kenner family - - Abraham Kenner tmstr, boarder 422 St. Croix ave. - - Elijah Kenner, fish 422 St. Croix ave., boarder same. - - Gustav Kenner, farmer, residence 422 St. Croix ave. - - Henry Kenner, tmstr. boarder 422 St. Croix ave.

1901-06-12 Morris Edelstein DNT - - 1901-6-12 Judegment Against Morris Edelstein

1901-08-24_4 Mr Mrs Frank Rabinowitz son was born DNT - - 1901-8-24 Eveleth: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rabinowitz Friday.

1901-08-26_5 Sam Braverman and Sarah Feigel ml DNT - - 1901-8-26 Sam Braverman and Sarah Feige marriage license.

1901-11-09_7 H Kanter daughter Lena Kanter Ben Milavetz married DNT - - 1901-11-9 Benjamin Milavetz, notion firm of Milavetz Bros. married Lena Kanter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kanter of Minneapolis. Roumanion synagogue.

1902-04-14_8 Reception for Rabbi Silber in Mpls Minneapolis_journal - - 1902-4-14 Minneapolis Journal: Cropped. Reception To Rabbi. Rabbi S. M. Silber Honored by People of His Church. S. M. Silber, new chief rabbi of the united orthodox churches in Minnesota. Kenneseth Israel congregation synagogue.

1902-10-01_3 Rabbi Silber officiates at Temple in Duluth DNT - - 1902-10-1 Jews To Observe The New Year. Impressive Ceremonies At Timple Emanuel, This Evening and Tomorrow. Grand Musical Program. Best Voices In The City Included In This Choir. Sermon and Reading in English By Rabbi Silber-Public Invited. Corner of Seventh avenue and East and Second street. Organist Mrs. S. L. Tyler. Miss Rena Smith, Cyril Tyler, Antoinette West, c. O. Applehagen, Miss Lind. - - (Note: The singers and organists were most likely gentiles in the community who were accomplished musicians.)

1902-10-02_2 Jews observe New Years Dr. Silber DNT - - 1902-10-2 Jews Observe New Year’s Day. Preliminary Services Are Held At The Different Synagogues Of The City. At The Orthodox Temple. Rabbi Epstein To Officiate This Morning. Elaborate Program Has Been Arranged for Emanuel, Conducted by Rabbi Silber. Rabbi Epstein orthodox congregation, Third street and Third avenue West. Note that the gentile community also attended the srvices. Rabbi Silber Speaks, Cincinnati Hebrew Union College officiated at Temple Emanuel. (Note: Rabbi Silber appreciated the theater and probably took notes as to how things were staged and performed. It helped him stage the High Holy Days. Services). After services the congregation met at Louis Hammel’s home. 1423 East Third street.

1903-01-04_[1] Sarah Cohen and Michael M. Sher wed DNT - - 1903-1-4 Superior: Sarah Cohen and Michael M. Sher wed. Rev. A. Sher, Anna Sher, Esther Kaner, Benjamin Sher, I. Kaner.

1903-01-21_11 col. 1 Pauline Rabinowitz marriage of Gertrude Shulman cropped Mpls_J - - 1903-1-21 Minneapolis: Kenesseth Israel synagogue. Gertrud Schulman and Benjamin Beskin, 400 guests. Pauline Rabinowitz bridesmaid, Sarah Berman (cropped)

1903-01-26_5 Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1903-1-26 Frank Rabinowitz of Eveleth, and wife were in the city yesterday on their way to Minneapolis for a ten day visit.

1903-02-14_7 Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1903-2-14 Frank Rabinowtiz was a Zenith city visitor Tuesday.

1903-02-16_8 Harry Rabinowitz Mpls_journal - - 1903-2-16 Minneapolis: Rally To Kolontersky’s Aid. Hebrews of North Minneapolis Will Ask Mayor to Reconsider His removal Order. 250 Hebrews met to protest Mayor’s removal of Patorlman Kolontersky from police force. Harry Rabinowitz. (full page)

1903-02-16_8 Harry Rabinowitz cropped Mpls_journal - - 1903-2-16 Minneapolis: Rally To Kolontersky’s Aid. Hebrews of North Minneapolis Will Ask Mayor to Reconsider His removal Order. 250 Hebrews met to protest Mayor’s removal of Patorlman Kolontersky from police force. Harry Rabinowitz. (cropped)

1903-03-08_[14] property Elias Seigel Aaron Siegel DN - - 1903-3-8 Duluth Elias Siegel and Aaron Siegel land movement.

1903-04-09_5 Robert James Henry Tomahawk - - 1903-4-9 Tomahawk: Mr. Robert James Henry disciplinarian of the Indian boarding school at Pine Point is visiting his mother here. He reports everything at Pine Point as being in a flourishing condition.

1903-05-10 Julius Siegel attending Univ of Minnesota DNT - - 1903-5-10 Seniors Plan To0 Enter College. Many High School Graduates Have Made Selections. Siegel

1903-05-18_11 Rabbi Silber history cropped Minneapolis_journal - - 1903-5-18 Minneapolis Journal: Cropped.To Send Aid To Russia. Minneapolis Hebrews Will Help Survivors of Recent Atrocities in Bessarabia. Rabbi Silber. Martin Ginsberg, Martin Pinch. Town of Kishineff. Count Cassini. Replies To Cassini. H. Lippman Says Russian Jews Are Barred from Agriculture. Jews are money lenders. Note: Inheritance killing at Easter time set off massacre by blaming Jews for the killing. Cropped

1903-05-18_11 Rabbi Silber history Minneapolis_journal - - 1903-5-18 Minneapolis Journal: Cropped.To Send Aid To Russia. Minneapolis Hebrews Will Help Survivors of Recent Atrocities in Bessarabia. Rabbi Silber. Martin Ginsberg, Martin Pinch. Town of Kishineff. Count Cassini. Replies To Cassini. H. Lippman Says Russian Jews Are Barred from Agriculture. Jews are money lenders. Note: Inheritance killing at Easter time set off massacre by blaming Jews for the killing. Full page

1903-05-19_13 cropped Mpls_journal - - 1903-5-19 Minneapolis Journal: Cropped. City News. Band Boys To Help. Journal Newsboys’ Band to Give a Benefit for Kishinef Massacre Survivors. Max Kohen, Who Formerly Resided at Kishinef, Explains Conditions There. Max Kohen of 327 Washington avenue S. - - - Father operated tobacco plantation. Town of Kishineff. Count Cassini. Replies To Cassini. H. Lippman Says Russian Jews Are Barred from Agriculture. Jews are money lenders. Note: Inheritance killing at Easter time set off massacre by blaming Jews for the killing.

1903-05-19_13 Mpls_journal - - 1903-5-19 Minneapolis Journal: Full Page - City News. Band Boys To Help. Journal Newsboys’ Band to Give a Benefit for Kishinef Massacre Survivors. Max Kohen, Who Formerly Resided at Kishinef, Explains Conditions There. Max Kohen of 327 Washington avenue S. - - - Father operated tobacco plantation. Town of Kishineff. Count Cassini. Replies To Cassini. H. Lippman Says Russian Jews Are Barred from Agriculture. Jews are money lenders. Note: Inheritance killing at Easter time set off massacre by blaming Jews for the killing.

1903-07-09_2 Samuel Grais, Ponsford Indian celebration CROPPED Tomahawk - - 1903-7-9 Tomahawk: The 4th at Ponsford. Pine Point.Mr. Samuel Grais and William A Spinwall managers, praised and credited for their energetic labors they manifested in the interest of the reservation people. - Cropped

1903-07-09_2 Samuel Grais, Ponsford Indian celebration Tomahawk - - 1903-7-9 Tomahawk: The 4th at Ponsford. Pine Point.Mr. Samuel Grais and William A Spinwall managers, praised and credited for their energetic labors they manifested in the interest of the reservation people. - Full page

1903-08-27_5 Robert Henry cropped Tomahawk - - 1903-8-27 Tomahawk: Robert J. Henry came over on Monday from Ponsford and returned yesterday.- cropped

1903-08-27_5 Robert Henry, Miss Grais Tomahawk - - 1903-8-27 Miss Wilkenson of Park Rapids and Miss Grais of Ponsford, were the guests of Miss Florence Beaulieu the past week. - cropped

1903-08-27_5 Robert Henry Tomahawk - - 1903-8-27 Tomahawk: Robert J. Henry came over on Monday from Ponsford and returned yesterday.- - - 1903-8-27 Miss Wilkenson of Park Rapids and Miss Grais of Ponsford, were the guests of Miss Florence Beaulieu the past week. - Full page

1903-11-26_15 Rabbi Silber Minneapolis_journal - - 1903-11-26_15 Rabbi Silber Mikro Kodesh Synagogue Minneapolis_journal - photo and article

1903-11-26_15 Rabbi Silber Mikro Kodesh Synagogue Mpls_journal - - 1903-11-26 Minneapolis Journal: The Hebrews. An Important Factor in the Religious Life of the City. Rabbi Silber Note: A good history of the first Jews of 1878 and their settling in Minneapolis. Includes photos of Bridge Square of 1878. Minneapolis congregations: Kenneseth Israel, Kenneseth Israel II., Mikro Kodes, Adath Yeshurin, Anshel Tavrig, Rumanian Hebrew and Temple Shaari-reform. Photo of Mikro Kodesh Synagogue. Rev. Mordace S. Silber-Chief Rabbi.

1903-12-03_[10] Superior H. B. Benesovitz -DNT - - 1903-12-3 Fraternal Orders Elect Officers Annual Selection of Representatives Made in Three Lodges of Superior. Benesovitz, K. M.

1903-12-03_[10] Superior H. B. Benesovitz DNT - - 1903-12-3 Fraternal Orders Elect Officers Annual Selection of Representatives Made in Three Lodges of Superior. Benesovitz, K. M.

1903-12-31_8 Jeanette Glassner and Julius H. Silber married DNT - - 1903-12-31 Pretty Wedding At The Spalding Jeanette Glassner of Biwabik and J. H. Silber of Hibbing Are Married. Julius H. Silber, a business man of Hibbing. Rev. Dr. Rypans of St. Paul. Myer Glassner of Biwabik, Miss Silber of Milwaukee, a soster of the groom, Miss Edith Karon of Superior, Clara Shapiro of Eveleth, Mandetta Casimer of Duluth, Lewis Glassner, a brother of the bride best man. Outsiders: Miss silber of Milwaukee, Samuel sprisberger of Chicago, Clara shapiro of Eveleth, Edith and Helen Karon of Superior, Nellie Jacoby of La Crosse, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Glassner of Ironwood, Mich, Mina Glassner of Cleveland, Samuel Silber of Milwaukee, Sol simon of Chicago. Lewis M. Glassner-toastmaster, Sol Simon, Samuel Speisberger, Samuel Silber, John Mullen –Duluth responded to toasts.

1904-01-01_5 Robert Henry cropped Tomahawk - - 1904-01-01_5 Robert Henry cropped Tomahawk - cropped

1904-01-01_5 Robert Henry Tomahawk - - 1904-01-01_5 Robert Henry cropped Tomahawk - f Full page

1904-03-29_12Mrs. Elias Siegel gave birth to boy Saint_Paul_globe - - 1904-3-29 Saint Paul Mrs. Elias Siegel

1904-04-05_8 S Barkovitch DNT - - 1904-4-5 Superior, Wisconsin: The Hebrew congregation has elected the following officers: President, A. Pomish; (Pomush) vice president, H. Sparberg; treasurer, S. Barkovech; secretary P. Jaffa; trustee, Louis Lasky; directors, A. Averbrook, H. Taran, L. Weinstein, L. Harris, Louis Lasky.

1904-04-14 Max Siegel moving to Minneapolis Princeton_union - - 1914-04-14 The family of Max Siegel will remove to Mpls in a short time.

1904-05-26_5 Charles Grais business cropped Tomahawk - - 1904-5-26 Tomahawk: Charles Grais, the Ponsford merchant, was doing business here last Monday. - cropped

1904-05-26_5 Charles Grais business Tomahawk - - 1904-5-26 Tomahawk: Charles Grais, the Ponsford merchant, was doing business here last Monday. Full page

1904-06-02_6 Charles Grais merchant Tomahawk - - 1904-6-2 Tomahawk: Charles Grais, the Ponsford merchant was doing business at the Agency during the week. - - Full page

1904-06-02_6 Charles Grais merchant cropped Tomahawk - - 1904-6-2 Tomahawk: Charles Grais, the Ponsford merchant was doing business at the Agency during the week. - cropped

1904-06-09_5 Charles Grais acquitted cropped Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1904-6-9 Benidji: Acquitted of Larceny. Charles Grais, of Bagley, who is quite well known in Bemidji, was yesterday acquitted of a charge of grand larceny before the Clearwater county district court at Bagley. Grais was accused of stealing a number of cords of wood, but the charge was not proven to the satisfaction of the jury. L. H. Bailey of this city appeared for Gris at the trial. Cropped

1904-06-09_5 Charles Grais acquitted Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1904-6-9 Benidji: Acquitted of Larceny. Charles Grais, of Bagley, who is quite well known in Bemidji, was yesterday acquitted of a charge of grand larceny before the Clearwater county district court at Bagley. Grais was accused of stealing a number of cords of wood, but the charge was not proven to the satisfaction of the jury. L. H. Bailey of this city appeared for Gris at the trial. - Full Page

1904-06-19_[10] B. H. Edelstein brick Opera house Cronin DNT - - 1904—6-19 Lyel Cronin charged with hitting B. H. Edelstein with a brick.

1904-09-05_[3] Rabbi Isaac Zeprenblogt Superior Hebrew synagogue DNT - - 1904-9-5 Rabbi Zepronblogt Is Much Improved. Superior, WI

1904-09-06_[6] Rabbi Isaac Zeprenblogt DNT - - 1904-9-6 Rabbi Drinks Carbolic Acid. Mistakes Deadly Drug for Medicine and Nearly Ends Life.Superior, WI.

1904-09-08_5 Jewish year book for 1904 Hebrew population 10,93277 - - 1904-9-8 Nearly Eleven Million Hebrews. New York. A year book just issued for the period from Sept. 10, 1904, to Sept. 29, 1905, the Jewish year 5665, contains statistics showing that the Hebrew population of the world is now 10,932,401; Austria-Hungary 2,076,378 and the United States 1,253,218. Germany comes next with 586,948 and then Turkey with 466,361. Of the 600,000 Jews credited to the state of New York, about 500,000 are residents of New York city. - - This is why Duluth's Jewish population went up!

1904-09-09_7 Rabbi Silber returns to Duluth after 2 years of study DNT - - 1904-9-9 Will Preach His Inaugural Sermon. Rabbi Silber Returns to Temple Emanuel After Two Year’s Absence. Mendel Silber studied at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati.

1904-10-12_[8] Esther Kaner Benjamin Cohen ml DNT - - 1904-10-12 Superior: Esther Kaner and Benjamin Cohen marriage license.

1904-10-25_[8] Esther Kaner and Benjamin Cohen Superior wed DNT - - 1904-10-25 Superior: Esther Kaner and Benjamin Cohen married. Rabbi Tremblatt.

1904-10-31_8 S. Golberg DNT - - 1904-10-31 Of Interest To Women. Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Kernes. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Kernes, East Ninth street, Ida Elberts, A. Berg, Samuel Kernes. Mr. and Mrs. I. Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cohen, L. Kassmir, Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Kassmir, Mr. and Mrs. S. Kassmir, Mr. and Mrs. D. Simon, Mr. and Mrs. M. Shenosky, Mr. and Mrs. L. Shenosky, Mr. amd Mrs. M. Polinsky, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Polinsky, Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rocklin, Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. H. Capalov, Mr. and Mrs. F. Popkin, Mr. and Mrs. L. Toback, Mr. and Mrs. S. Kernes, Mr. and Mrs. P. Levine, Esther Kernes, Ida Elberts, Anna Elberts Sophie Kassmir, Lilly Kassmir, Harold Kassmir, Harold Kernes, Samuel Kernes, Morris Nides, Sam Lavick, Joe Laskowitz, D. Foustousky, A. Berg. (note: maybe a Halloween party?)

1904-12-17_7 Moses Maimonides Rabbi Silber DNT - - 1904-12-17 Master Mind Of The Middle Ages. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Classes This as Topic of Discussion. Moses Maimonides, the Master Mind of the Middle Ages. Died Dec. 13, 1204.

1904-12-24_[12] Martin Edelstein furniture store Superior DNT - - 1904-12-24 Former Superior Man Accused of Forgery. Martin Edelstin (Morris) charged with forgery. Charged with setting a house on fire belonging to T. J. Solon.

1905-01-01_11 Morris Edelstein DNT - - 1905-1-1 St. Paul: Bankrupt Held Under $2,000 Bonds. Morris Edelstein, Charged With Swearing Falsely, Must Face Grand Jury.

1905-01-10_4 Chisholm Rabbi C. B. Groman DNT - - 1905-1-10 Happy Affair At Hibbing. Prominent Couple Is Married With Elaborate Jewish Ceremonies. Belle Amie Woolfan of Hibbing and Samuel Seigel of Eveleth married. Bessie Osherman, Rabbi Bloom of Superior, Rabbi C. B. Groman of Chisholm. Annie Seigel, E. S. Woolfan, Mollie Cohen, Fannie Woolfan, H. Bloom, Miney and Abe Woolfan, Mr. and Mrs. Seigel depart for wedding trip to St. Paul and Minneapolis.Will reside at Eveleth. Has business is in Eveleth. did reside in Hibbing. Samuel Seigel is engaged in furniture tore in O'Rourke building business in Eveleth. Wedding guests: Eveleth- Mr. and Mrs. D. Simon, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nicholson, Mrs. Seigel, Mike, John, and L. Seigel, Isadore Simon, Jr. and Ben M. Pippman and M. Reet. Chisholm -Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Karon and Rose, Bessie and Lillian Karon; Mr. and Mrs. Levitt, Mose Shiparo, Dora Bear, J. Roman, Mary and Herbert Stolberg. Buhl- Mr. and Mrs. Ike Lewis and family. Virginia- Mr. and Mrs. J. Lindeke, Mr. and Mrs. B. Milowitz and Mrs. L. Kohen. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nathonson (Nathanson?) , Ceilia Milowitz, B. Gordon and M. Seigel. Superior -Mr. and Mrs. Osherman, S. Karon, H. Bloom, William Woolfan, Himan Bloom, Mollie Cohen, Lizzie Strong and McCullom. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernstein of Minneapolis. Ben Karon of Stevenson. Hibbing: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hallock, M. S. Greenblatt, Harry Witz, Dave Ellas, Max Rogalsky, Markel and Lurvitz, William Kitz, Peter karon, Daniel Mark; Mrs. Jacob Kitz. Christian faith guests: Dr. C. N. Butchart, P. Wring, Judge Brady, J. F. Nelson and A. E. Pfremmer; Mrs. J. M. Smith; J. H. Nelson, Thomas York, Dunning: Mrs. Close, Mrs. Ja. A. Healey, Mrs. Eaton.

1905-01-13_8 Attended wedding at Hibbing - Virginia_enterprise - - 1905-1-13 Virginia: Attended Wedding at Hibbing. S. J. Seigel, Amie Belle Wollfran, Mr. and Mrs . J. Lindeke, Mr. and Mrs. B. Milavetz, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Nathanson, Mrs. I. Cohen, Miss Celia Milavetz, B. Gordon, M. Seigel. Close's Hall Rabbi Bloom Rabbi C. B. Groman. - - - Rabbi C. B. Groman, Chisholm, S. J. Seigelm, Eveleth, Amie Belle Wollfram, Hibbing - Virginia_enterprise

1905-05-10_[6] E. H. Edelstein fire five children and wife rescued DNT - - 1905-5-10 Home In Flames; Family Is Saved. E. H. Edelstein, Wife and Five Children Have Narrow Escape From Death.

1905-05-20 Pain is a moral guidance rabbi Silber DNT - - 1905-5-20 “the Mystery of Pain.” Rabbi Mandel Silber, a moral guidance rather than a visitation of the wrath of an angry God.

1905-06-03_[12] Rabbi Silber DNT - - 1905-6-3 Rabbi Is Opposed To Intermarriage. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Tells His Duluth Congregation That He Sees In It Race Suicide and a Desertion From the Battle Jews Have Been Place Here to Fight. Photo Duluth Rabbi Who Takes Decided Stand on Inter-Marriage Question.

1905-06-03_[12] Rabbi Silber DNT - - 1905-6-3 Rabbi Is Opposed To intermarriage. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Tells His Duluth Congregation…

1905-06-12_5 Rabbi Silber hired for another year. increased salary DNT - - 1905-6-12 Rabbi Silber Is Re-elected. Temple Emanuel. Leaves for Philadelphia, PA to preach opening sermon at Israel Synagogue annual National Jewish convention. Will supervise publication of work that he wrote “The Jewish Renaissance”.

1905-06-17_[6] Second Hand dealers without licenses. Roy Edelstein DNT - - 1905-6-17 Impending Fines Bring Out Cash. Dealers Arraigned For Doing Business Without License Secure Papers. S. Karon, Sam Weiner, Roy Edelstein, S. Helstein, H. Kall, Sam Harris, P. Handlovesky, S. Popkins, Sam Rosenbloom, and S. Barklousky.

1905-08-14_[3] New synagogue Roy Edelstein Hammond and Sixth DNT - - 1905-8-14 Appoint Committee To Arrange Program. Hammond avenue and Sixth street. New Jewish congregation. H. Sparkberg, A. Holzberg, A. Siegel, L. Larski, S. Rosenbloom, D. Bergstein, R. Edelstein, and E. Cohen.

1905-09-08_[12] Temple Emanuel Duluth Rabbi Silber War report DNT - - 1905-9-8 War To Benefit Jews In Russia. Photo Dr. Mendel Silber. Rabbi of Temple Emanuel, Duluth. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Says This Upon His Return From New York, Where He Was In Close Contact With Prominent Men. Indications Are, He Adds, That the Crushing Defeat of Czar’s Fources’ will Lead to revolution In Nicholas’ Domain.

1905-09-08_6 Bessie Kanter Virginia_enterprise - - 1905-9-8 Virginia Enterprise: Miss Bessie Kanter spending summer in city. Sister Mrs. B. Milavetz.

1905-09-09_2 Rabbi Silber askes for congregation support and financial aid DNT - - 1905-9-9 Rabbi Silber Talks Of “Pastor’s Duty”. Temple Emanuel. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber. The Duty of the Pastor to His Flock. Constant friend, guide his congregation, teach the young, council adult and old. Congregation is oalso obligied to support financially, and make a personal effort for the welfare of all.

1905-09-10_6 Eveleth, MN Bessie Kanter DNT - - 1905-9-10 City of Eveleth information - This was a period of growth for Eveleth.

1905-09-16_7 Rabbi Silber science religion DNT - - 1905-9-16 Religion Wins Over Learning. Dr. Mendel Silber Shows Its Triumph In Sermon At the Temple. Temple Emanuel.

1905-11-04_6 Rabbi Solomon Isaac 1040 lecture by Rabbi Silber DNT - - 1905-11-4 Lauds Life Of Rabbi Isaaci. Dr. Mendel Silber Discourses Entertainingly On the Great Teacher. Commentator on the bible and Talmud. Rashi.

1905-12-08_2 Samuel, Isaac, Milvetz, Virginia, Eveleth Virginia_enterprise - - 1905-12-8 Virginia Enterprise. Died From Effects of Operation. - - Samuel and Benjamin, and Isaac Milavetz went to Duluth Tuesday to accompany their mother Mrs. F. Milavetz of Eveleth to St. Luke's Hospital for an operation for cancer of the stomach. She passed away at the age of 51 years of age and is survivied by her husband and seven children, five of whom are residences of Virginia. Samuel, Benjamin, Isaac, Mrs. S. M. Dorfman, and Mrs. P. Hostin. Celia and Anna Milavetz reside with parents at Eveleth. Funeral held in Duluth.

1905-12-10 M. Edelstein fraud DNT - - 1905-12-10 St. Paul: Is Found Guilty In Perjury Case. M. Edelstein, Who Shipped Goods to Eveleth Will Be Sentenced tomorrow. Morris Edelstein, Eveleth, Minnesota, J. A. Clapp

1905-12-18 Dr. Mendel Silber Discusses David at YMCA DNT - - 1905-12-18 Rabbi Speaks To Christians. Dr. Mendel Silber discusses Character of David at Y.M.C.A. Luncheon.

1905-12-21_[10] Roy Edelstein ad furniture store DNT - - 1905-12-21 Ad The Globe Furniture House, 518-520 Tower Avenue. R. Edelstein.

1905-12-30_9 Feast of Lights Dr. Silber DNT - - 1805-12-30 Feast Of Lights Comes To Close. Dr. Mendel Silber Preaches Impressive Sermon At Temple Emanuel.

1906-01-05_22 Marriage licenses for Joseph Grais & Jennie Kronick cropped Mps_journal - - 1906-1-5 Minneapolis Journal: Joseph Grais and Jennie Kronick marriage license. - Cropped

1906-01-05_22 Marriage licenses for Joseph Grais & Jennie Kronick. Mps_journal - - 1906-1-5 Minneapolis Journal: Joseph Grais and Jennie Kronick marriage license. - Full page

1906-02-25_6 Dr. Silber and play Sarah Bernhardt DNT - - 1906-2-25 Pleased With Divine Sarah. Dr. Mendel Silber Speaks In Highest Terms of Great Player’s Work.

1906-02-25_6 Dr Silber and play Sarah Bernhardt DNT - - 1906-2-25 Pleased With Divine Sarah. Dr. Mendel Silber Speaks In Highest Terms of Great Players's Work. Sarah Bernhardt. Minneapolis Auditorium performance. Appreciation for the artistic production.

1906-03-04_2 Louis Kanter of Minneapolis DNT - - 1906-3-4 Mr. and Mrs. M. Bloom gave a benefit dancing party. H. Kassimer, D. Kenigsberg, Max Shapiro, Louis Oreck, G. Oreck, J. Siegel, A. Polinsky, Mrs. S. Karon of Superior, Mrs. Milavitz of Virginia, Helen Karon, Bessie Rocklin, Sadie Rocklin, Lizzle Helperin, Della Siegel, Sarah Simon, Hattie Shapria (Shapira?) Sophie Winstien, Sarah Milavitz, Clara Shapiro, Bessie Markezitz (Marewitz?) Mary Shapiro, Selma Kasmir, Eva Kasmir, Minnie Winstein. Rabbi Mendel Silber, Allan Rocklin, Milton Rosenberger, Louis Kanter of Minneapolis, Harry Winstein of Bovey, Isadore Cohen of Superior, Julius Siegel, Herman Aronsohn, Louis Zalk of St. Paul, Zien and H. Hernos. Full page

1906-03-04_2 Louis Kanter of Mpls cropped DNT - - 1906-3-4 Mr. and Mrs. M. Bloom gave a benefit dancing party. H. Kassimer, D. Kenigsberg, Max Shapiro, Louis Oreck, G. Oreck, J. Siegel, A. Polinsky, Mrs. S. Karon of Superior, Mrs. Milavitz of Virginia, Helen Karon, Bessie Rocklin, Sadie Rocklin, Lizzle Helperin, Della Siegel, Sarah Simon, Hattie Shapria (Shapira?) Sophie Winstien, Sarah Milavitz, Clara Shapiro, Bessie Markezitz (Marewitz?) Mary Shapiro, Selma Kasmir, Eva Kasmir, Minnie Winstein. Rabbi Mendel Silber, Allan Rocklin, Milton Rosenberger, Louis Kanter of Minneapolis, Harry Winstein of Bovey, Isadore Cohen of Superior, Julius Siegel, Herman Aronsohn, Louis Zalk of St. Paul, Zien and H. Hernos. cropped

1906-06-03_14 Rabbi Silber Israel DNT - - 1906-6-3 The Secret Of Israel’s Survivial. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Discusses Question Before Congregation at Temple Emanuel on Question of Annual Commemoration of "The Feaast of the Law."

1906-06-21_5 Isadore Abramson M. B. Abramson, Sam Abrahamson DNT - - 1906-6-21 Mrs. M. B. Abrahamson 516 Fifty eighth avenue west, graduation party for nices Frances Abrahamson, Sarah Light, Minnie Light. Washington school colors. Sam Abrahamson, Isadore Abramson, Esther Shapiro.

1906-07-13 Rabbi Silber decides to stay DNT - - 1906-7-13 Silber Will Remain Here. Flattering Offers Accompanying Calls to Other Pulpits Are Rejected by Jewish Rabbi.

1906-09-11_7 Rabbi Silber leaves Temple in Duluth for St. Louis DNT - - 1906-9-11 Rabbi Silber To Leave City. Popular Jewish Pastor Will Take Charge of Congregation at St. Louis.

1906-09-15_3 DNT - - 1906-9-15 Bids Farewell To His People. Rev. Dr. Mendel Silber Speaks Feelingly At Temple Emanuel. Temple Emanuel located at corner of Seventh avenue east and Second street.

1906-10-06_8 Rose Kaner killed Ladysmith_news - - 1906-10-6 Superior: Rose Kaner killed by John Young, 18 year old daughter of Sam Kaner.

1906-11-11_2 Lena and Rachael Edelstein DNT - - 1906-11-11 Mr. and Mrs. M. Cook announce engagement of their sister, Miss Mayme Gittelson to Marcus Jaffey of this city. (Duluth). - - - 1906-11-11 Miss Lena Karon surprise party, 127 East Second Street, Sarah Milavitz, Ida Milavitz, Bessie Call, Rachael Levin, Tena Simon, Sarah Cohen, Lena Cohen, Lena Edelson, Rachael Edelstein, Ben Goldish, Israel Brown, Zalk, Henry Berkowitz, Getchel Simon, Joe Sloulm (Slonim ?), Joe Karon, Ben Karon, Barrney Karon.

1906-12-01_5 Siegel Gavowsky Evening_Times - - Evening Times 1906-12-6 Fargo, N.D. Joined Husband At Fargo. Woman, Whose Child is Drowned by Crazed Woman While Crossing Atlantic, Arrives.

1906-12-01_9 Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - Fargo Forum 1906-12-1 Mrs. Siegel Arrived in Fargo Last Night. Heartbroken Mother Tells of the Tragic Fate of Her Baby Boy in Mid-Ocean-The Family Reunited in Fargo.

1906-12-02_3 Gavowsky Siegel cropped Minneapolis_journal - - Minneapolis Journal 1906-12-2 Says Ship's Officers Neglected Their Duty. Mrs. Gavowsky, Heartbroken Over Tragic Death of Babe, Reaches Destination at Fargo.

1906-12-19_3 S. B. Groman, moved his stock of groceries DNT - - 1906-12-19 Chisholm: S. B. Groman has rented the building formerly occupied by E. G. Dahl and has moved his stock of groceries.

1906-12-22_3 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1906-12-22 Cantata Was Great Success Eveleth School Children Gave Successful Christmas Entertainment Last Night. Mr. Abe Feldman, Miss Pauline Rabinowitz-pianist.

1907-01-28 Chisholm 2Jacob Goldberg married DNT - - 1907-1-28 Chisholm Man Married. Jacob Goldberg, El Queeno Cigar company. Wife’s name is not mentioned.

1907-03-03_11 Julius Siegel of Duluth, A. Siegel party DNT - - 1907-3-3 Society. Mr. and Mrs. A. Siegel of Hammond avenue, private masquerade party in honor of Mrs. Siegel’s sister, Miss Deborah Blom of Minneapolis, Odd Fellows’ hall. Guests of honor: Rose Cohen, Anna Taran, Bessie Stern, Mamie Siegel, Fanny Abrahamson, Elsie Holzber, Sophie Weinstein, Fanny Light, Alice Holzberg, Libbie Holzberg, Molly Cohen, Ray Holzberg, Florence Sterns, B. Cohen, Herman Aronson, A. Holzberg, Sam Weinstein, Isadore Cohen, Julius L. Cohen, Mannie Averbook, Barney Tremblatt, Mannie Stern, Cassel Marcus, Abe Garon, E. Siegel, Ed Lasky, Louis Lasky, J. L. Pollock, H. Stern of Superior, Julius Siegel, Mamie Siegel, Fannie Abrahamson, Sophie Weinstein and Fannie Light of Duluth.

1907-04-26 Pauline & Esther Rabinowitz, Sadie Feldman 9th birthday DNT - - 1907-4-26 Eveleth: Sadie Feldman Has A Birthday Party. Ninth birthday. Mrs. Feldman, Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz hostess.

1907-05-07_11 Jennie Siegel recital Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1907-5-7 Fargo, ND Washington School, Jennie Siegel

1907-08-16_6 Litman & Oshinsky, Pauline & Easter Rabinowitz cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1907-8-16 Virginia: Frank Litman and Robert Oshinsky host dance for Libbie Holzberg of Superior. Maurice and Mary Sapero of Chisholm, Pauline and Ester Rabinowitz of Eveleth, Libbie Holzberg of Superior, Sam Altman of Duluth, and Robert Oshinsky of Hancock, Mich.

1907-08-16_6 Mrs. J. Mesberg, Rose Cohen Esther Sanderson Virginia_enterprise - - 1907-8-16 Virginia: Mrs. J. Mesberg, Rose Cohen of Chicago, Esther Sanderson of Duluth

1907-09-05_3 Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1907-9-5 Eveleth: Council Agrees To Pay Half Cost of Curbing. Frank Rabinowitz.

1907-12-29 Charles Grais DNT - - 1907-12-29 General Store Burned. Frazee, Minn. Dec. 28-The general store of Charles Grais, at Ponsford, Minn, was entirely destroyed by fire last night. The loss will amount to about $10,000 with little insurance Ponsford is an inland town on the line of the White Earth reservation.

1908-01-20 Goldish, Simon wedding 1908 - - 1908-01-20 Jewish Wedding is gala affair. Miss Mary Seiesneck of Cleveland became the bride of Mr Simon Godish of St Paul - La Crosse Tribune, 20 January 1908, page 5.

1908-03-14_4 Julius Siegels pawn shop DNT - - 1908-3-14 Endless Chain Thefts Land Them In Jail. Julius Siegel’s pawn shop

1908-05-23_7 Harry Siegel Dickinson_press - - 1908-5-23 Dickinson, N. D. The Family Theatre. There has been a good attendance at entertainments given by the Family Theatre Co., with the exception of Wednesday night when it was too stormy to expect anyone to leave their own fireside. The pictures have been pleasing and interesting and the singing and piano solos are deserving of special mention. --- The machine, one of the latest fireproof instruments of the Edison make, is enclosed in a booth, separate from the audience, and lined with two thicknesses of asbestos paper making it absolutely fire proof. The doors of the building have been changed to open out, as all other public buildings should and a side-door exit has been made. --- Several special features have been arranged for Saturday evening’s entertainment and a good time is guaranteed to all who attend. Harry Siegel of Jamestown, an expert operator has been engaged to run the machine for the summer.

1908-06-13_8 Col 3 Harry Siegel Dickinson_press - - 1908-6-13 Dickinson press. Harry Siegel has made arrangements for the opera house for the summer months and is to conduct a moving picture show. Mr. Siegel has secured Ray Jones, an expert pianist to assist in the entertainment line and as soon as possible he will arrange to have Dickinson included in the vaudeville circuit.

1908-06-13_3 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1908-6-13 Eveleth Students Pass State Examination. Pauline Rabinowitz.

1908-07-31_9 Rabbi Mendel Silber & Ida Deinard marry inSt. Louis DNT - - 1908-7-31 Rabbi Will Marry. Miss Ida Deinard of Arlington N. Y. to Rabbi Mendel Silber of St. Louis. August 11th, Roche’s hotel in Arlington, N. Y. scholarly young man, popular among Jewish circles in Duluth, prominent writer. Making home in St

1908-08-17_2 Ben Lieberman Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1908-8-17 Bemidji: Ben and Mike Lieberman Grand Rapids, Minn. helped victim at crime scene, Mrs. George Cochran.

1908-09-24_3 Coleraine, MN Julius Siegel Univ of Wisc draftsman or Oliver Iron Mining Co DNT - - 1908-9-24 Coleraine Young Men Will Go To College. Julius Siegel University of Wisconsin, mechanical engineering. . Leading draftsman for Oliver Iron Mining Company. Lieberman-Siegel. Miss Ida Lieberman and Samuel Siegel. Rabbi Teplitz. Rose LiebermanIda Dorfman-Chicago, Julius Siegel, David Lieberman, 303 West Third street. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. Confeldt, Mrs. Joseph Confeldt, K. Confeldt-Minneapolis, Mrs. Stein-Gilbert, Mrs. A. Confeldt-Minneapolis, Mrs. J. Dorfman, Bessie Winer-Minneapolis, J. Simon-Bovey, David Wienberg-Eveleth, Mrs. W. Steinman-St. Paul.

1908-11-02_7 Jacob Levitz cropped Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1908-11-2 Boy Pleads Guilty To Embezzlement. Chas. S. Post Collected Money For Jacob Levitz And Coverted It To His Own Use-Drew Thirty Days.

1909-03-27_77 Mrs._ L. L. Berman Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1909-3-27 Mrs L L Berman - Proprietor of Berman Emporium , Dealer in Millinery, Ladies' shoes, children's shoes, Dry goods, Silks, Ladies' furnishings, etc

1909-08-10_4 Ida Lieberman and Samuel Siegel wedding Julius Siegel groomsman DNT - - 1909-08-10 Ida Lieberman and Samuel Siegel wedding Julius Siegel groomsman DNT - - - Lieberman-Siegel. Miss Ida Lieberman and Samuel Siegel. Rabbi Teplitz. Rose LiebermanIda Dorfman-Chicago, Julius Siegel, David Lieberman, 303 West Third street. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. Confeldt, Mrs. Joseph Confeldt, K. Confeldt-Minneapolis, Mrs. Stein-Gilbert, Mrs. A. Confeldt-Minneapolis, Mrs. J. Dorfman, Bessie Winer-Minneapolis, J. Simon-Bovey, David Wienberg-Eveleth, Mrs. W. Steinman-St. Paul.

1909-11-15_2 L. L. Berman Berman Emporium Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1909-11-15 Mrs l Berman to retire from active business - The entire mammoth up-to-date stock of the Berman Emporium will be sold at once.

1909-12-30_6 Col 5 Harry Siegel, 220 Second Ave., So Jamestown_alert - - 1909-12-30 Jamestown Weekly Alert. Ever Watchful. A Littl Care Will Save Many Jamestown Readers Future Trouble. Ad. Harry Siegel, formerly living at 220 Second Ave., So., Jamestown, N. Dak., says: "About six months ago I commenced to suffer from kidney trouble. My back pained me so severely that I was usable to get about and the kidney secretions also caused me much annoyance. Hearing of Doan’s Kidney Pills, I procured a box at Smith’s drug store and commenced their use. I felt relief immediately and when I had taken the contents of three boxes I was permanently cured."

1910-01-09_2 Mae Siegel, J. D. Siegel's daughter, Julius Siegel of Superior DNT - - 1910-01-09 Miss Mae Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Siegel and Cassel Marcus of Fargo, ND. Rabbi Kissam, Rose Cohen-Superior, Sara Hurvick, Julius Siegel, Julius Cohen-Superior, Pearl Siegel, Leslie Hurvick, Mr. and Mrs. I. Cohen and daughters-hibbing. Mrs. Marie Kosing, Natalie Kosing, Etta Kosing=Minneapolis, Franklin=New York, Jennie Aronsohn=St. Paul, Celia Sloane=Hurley, Wis., Dora Levitz, Jake Leitz, Alexander Rosenbloom-Fargo, N.D. Mr. Marcus and his bride will live in Fargo, N.D.

1910-01-09_2 , Mr. and Mrs. I. Oreckovsky, 348 Lake Ave. north. Rabbi Kissam, will make home in Duluth. - - 1910-01-09 Rachel Oreckovsky and Joseph Harris married, Mr. and Mrs. I. Oreckovsky, 348 Lake Ave. north. Rabbi Kissam, will make home in Duluth.

1910-2-3 Jacob Levitz purchased fight show rights - - 1910-2-3 Fargo Man-Buys Fight Pictures Jacob Levitz

1910-03-05_12 Mose Golberg or Goldberg DNT - - 1910-03-05 Harry W. Wins Match Ice Race. Goldberg Horse Springs Surprise by Defeating Miss Hartford in Fast Heats. Mose Goldberg’s Harry W. captured race.

1910-04-28_9 Fanny Schapery oil fire DNT - - 1910-4-28 Oil Can Explodes. 426 East First street. Mrs. Harry Schapery escapes.

1910-06-17_3 Harry Rabinowitz DNT - - 1910-6-17 Eveleth Graduates Class Of Fourteen. Harry Rabinowitz

1910-06-17_3 Eveleth graduation Harry Rabinowitz DNT - - 1910-6-17 Eveleth Graduates Class of Fourteen. Harry Rabinowitz.

1910-08-31_12 col 1 property A. B. Kenner to Benjamin Kenner DNT - - 1910-8-31 A.B. Kenner to Benjamin Kenner property column 1

1910-09-15_[5] George Leamon DNT - - 1910-9-15 Buys Ogden Lots And Will Build. George Leamon Will Let Contract for a Brick Structure This Week. The City Bakery, Tower avenue, near Eleventh street. Mr. Leamon is proprietor.

1910-12-20_3 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz St Cloud Normal School DNT - - 1910-12-20 Eveleth: Students Home For Yuletide. People of Eveleth Welcoming Collegians for the Holiday Season. Abraham Feldman, Harry Rabinowitz from the University of Michigan; Esther Rabinowitz from the St. Cloud normal school.

1910-12-24_9 Albert Levits Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1910-12-24 Albert Levitz brought charges against pool hall.

1911-01-10_4 Mrs. L L Berman and Miss Leah Berman, Spokane Wash. Eugene Berman Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1911-1-10 col. 2 Mrs. L. L. Berman, Leah Berman, spent one year in Spokane, Washington, visiting Eugene Berman in Bemidji.

1911-04-06 Nathan Golberg and W. Wise DNT - - 1911-4-6 Loses Patience And Ends Up In Court. J. Goldberg charged with assault and battery. W. Wise charges Godberg of beating his son Nathan Goldber denies charges.

1911-04-08_14 Joseph London obit DNT - - 1911-4-8 Joseph London obit.

1911-06-03_6 Hibbing H. Benesovitz -DNT - - 1911-6-3 Criminal Cases For Trial At Hibbing. H. Benesovitz is charged with having obtained jewelry under false pretenses.

1911-06-03_6 Hibbing H. Benesovitz DNT - - 1911-6-3 Criminal Cases For Trial At Hibbing. H. Benesovitz is charged with having obtained jewelry under false pretenses.

1911-06-27_12 Sam S. Goldish and Bessie Walt DNT - - 1911-6-27 Sam S. Goldish and Bessie Walt marriage license.

1911-09-06_4 Dorothy Polinsky wed Wolfe DNT - - 1911-09-06 Polinsky-Wolfe Wedding occurs at synagogue - Miss Dorothy Polinsky and Joseph E Wolfe wed

1911-09-16 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz DNT - - 1911-9-16 Eveleth: Alumni Elect Officers. Esther Rabinowitz-vice-president. Permanent entertainment committee.

1911-10-06_3 Jake, Charles, A. S., and Ben Lieberman DNT - - 1911-10-6 Business Change At Coleraine. Lieberman Brothers Inc. Jake Lieberman managed Coleraine store, will go to Bovey and Charles and A. S. Lieberman will go to Coleraine store. Charles is from Bovey and A. S. from Marble. Ben Lieberman will continue in Grand Rapids.

1911-11-27_8 Leo Siegel Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1911-11-27 Fargo Forum, Jewish Wedding Held Popular Young Couple Plighted Their Trogth According to Rites of Jewish Church. Miss Jennie Siegel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel, and Max Mendelsohn. Etta Levits, Pearile and Mina Siegel, H. Mandelsohn, Delia Levits, Gertrude Siegel, Harris Rubel, Leo Sierel, Gertrude Hartstein, Rabbi Levine, Lask, Out of town guests: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mendelsohn-Minneapolis, Mrs. Mandelsohn, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis (Elias) Seigel-Superior, WI, Mr. and Mrs. Mendesohn making home in Fargo, ND.

1911-11-27_8 Jennie Siegel and Maxwell Mark Mendelsohn wedding cropped Fargo_forum - - 1911-11-27 Cropped Jewish Wedding Held. Mena Siegel - Jennie Siegel and Maxwell Mark Mendelsohn wedding cropped version for easier viewing

1912 Duluth Directory Levin and Levine - - 1912 Duluth directory for 1912 covering Levin and Levine.

1912-03-03_3 Sara Rabinowitz DNT - - 1912-3-3 Eveleth: School Concert And Operetta At Eveleth.

1912-03-18_[11] Roy L Edelstein Candidate for Councilman Superior photo DNT - - 1912-3-18 Ad for Roy L. Edelstein Candidate for Councilman photo.

1912-04-12_6 Samuel and Abe Litman DNT - - 1912-4-12 Litman brothers, Samuel and Abraham. building permit.

1912-05-19_9 Isadore Abramson DNT - - 1912-5-19 Honor Students at Industrial High. Isadore Abramson.

1912-05-24_12 Evaa Karsner and Thomas Davis ml DNT - - 1912-5-24 Marriage Licenses: Thomas Davis and Eva Karsner.

1912-06-02_[4] Isadore Abramson DNT - - 1912-6-2 Irving Industrial High School Will Graduate Exceptionally Large Class. photo Isadore Abramson.

1912-06-23_7 Mrs F Rabinowitz and daughters attend Brill shower DNT - - 1912-6-23 Virginia: Matinee Party For Soon To-Be-Bride. Mrs. Ben Milavetz, gave part at Lyric theater in honor of her cousin Miss Marietta Sapero of Chisholm who is to be married June 30 to Josia E. Brill, a rising young attorney of Minneapolis. Guests Mrs. S. Sapero, Marietta Sapero, Mrs. F. Rabinowitz and daughters Pauline and Esther Mrs. Bachman from Eau Claire, WI.

1912-07-02_3 Louis Kanter DNT - - 1912-7-2 Chisholm: Range Girl Weds Mill City Man. Sapero-Brill Nuptials, at Chisholm. Marked by Unusually Beautiful Setting. Mariesha Sapero to Josiah E. Brill of Minneapolis. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Sapero, one of the oldest families of Chisholm. Hazel Sapero, briee's sister, Ester Sapero, sister of the bride, Mrs. Mose Sapero matron of honor, Mose best man. , Abe Sapero, best man, Ester Brill, Pauline Rabinovitz, Louis Kanter, Harry Rabinovitz, Harlan Sapero, bride's brother, Rabbi Maurice Lefkovitz of Duluth. Home in Minneapolis.

1912-09-01_[15] Mrs Roy Edelstein recovering from typhoid fever DNT - - 1912-9-1 Reported Convalescent. Mrs. Roy Edelstein, 1515 Hughitt avenue, typhoid fever.

1912-10-04_3 Hibbing B. H. Edelstein DNT - - 1912-10-4 Hibbing B. H. Edelstein Center street furniture store, arrested for keeping his daughter out of school. His daughter was watching the store while her father was attending the orthdox synagogue for Hoshama Rabe/Rosh Hashana.

1912-10-04_3 Hibbing B H Edelstein arrested kept daughter out of school DNT - - 1912-10-4 Hibbing Merchants Fight Truancy Law. B. H. Edelstein, Center street furniture store, violating truancy law. Daughter kept out of school. Hoshama Rabe (Rosh Hashanah). Orthodox Jewish church (synagogue). He announces he will fight the case and has a right to keep his daughter out of school to assist him while he is attending church. Herman Buros, Tower Avenue, saloon man.

1912-10-25_10 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz visiting city Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-10-25 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz visiting city Virginia_enterprise

1912-10-25_10 M. Cohen Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-10-25 Virginia: M. Cohen of Eveleth, butcher.

1912-10-25_10 Max P. Shapiro Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-10-25 Max P. Shapiro, Duluth real estate man.

1912-10-25_10 Morris Bright Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-10-25 Morris Bright, McKinley merchant.

1912-11-15_14 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz, School teacher Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-11-15 Virginia: Miss Esther Rabinowitz , Eveleth school teacher visiting.

1912-11-15_14 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz, School teacher cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1912-11-15 Virginia: Miss Esther Rabinowitz , Eveleth school teacher visiting.

1912-12-16_2 B. Benesovitz Socialists, women education -DNT - - 1912-12-16 Hibbing: Socialists Lecture At Hibbing Next Week. B. Benesovitz women encouraged to attend. "Education without the ballot would be better than the ballet without education."

1912-12-16_2 B. Benesovitz Socialists, women education DNT - - 1912-12-16 Hibbing: Socialists Lecture At Hibbing Next Week. B. Benesovitz women encouraged to attend. "Education without the ballot would be better than the ballet without education."

1913-01-03_13 Mrs Frank Rabinowitz & Pauline Sarah Rabinowitz Lippman Virginia_enterprise - - 1913-01-03 Mrs Frank Rabinowitz & Pauline Sarah Rabinowitz Lippman

1913-02-13_3 Ben Benesovitz -DNT - - 1913-2-13 Hibbing: Socialists After Hibbing Offices. Ben Benesovitz.

1913-02-13_3 Ben Benesovitz DNT - - 1913-2-13 Hibbing: Socialists After Hibbing Offices. Ben Benesovitz.

1913-02-22_8 Abie Fagel sings in court house DNT - - 1913-2-22 Winds Howl, boys Sing in the Big Courthouse. Abie Fagel and Gottfried Azinski. (Azine?)

1913-05-08_11 White Earth DNT - - 1913-5-8 Big Council of Chippewa Indians at Cass Lake Selects Football Star as Chairman. Photos. Group of the delegates to the Indian council of Chippewas at Cass Lake. Many of the delegates did not want to have their pictures taken.

1913-06-13_12 Reuben and Jacob Latz Virginia_enterprise - - 1913-6-13 Virginia: Jacob and Reuben Latz

1913-06-13_12 Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth grad private school in Mpls cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1913-6-13 Virginia: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth graduated from Miss Wood’s private school of Minneapolis. Mrs. Frank Rabinowitz attended.

1913-06-30_7 Abie Fagel, Jake Goldish, Robert Barney arrested DNT - - 1913-6-30 Boys Make Raid On Melon Car. Five Arrested Charged With Breaking Door Seal-One Attemps to Sell Booty. carload of watermelon. Jake Goldifsh (Goldish?) 12 years old 208 East First street, Robert Barney, age 14, 201 East Second street, Abie Fagel, age 10, 220 East Second street.

1913-08-13_[4] Elias Siegel jury duty DNT - - 1913-8-13 Duluth Elias Siegel, jury duty

1913-08-16_[5] Pauline Rabinowitz teacher DNT - - 1913-8-16 Eveleth: ?Teachers For The Eveleth Schools. Pauline Rabinowitz, Esther Rabinowitz.

1913-08-24_8 col. 2 Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth bridge DNT - - 1913-8-24 Chisholm: Mrs. Goldenberg entertained at bridge Wednesday for Miss Tressa Hummelstein of Minneapolis. Miss Esther Sapero and Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth won prizes.

1914-03-04_2 Bessie London, wife of Jacob London obit DNT - - 1914-3-4 Bessie London obit.

1914-04-16_6 Washinton School Gertrude Siegel Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican_ - - 1914-4-16 Fargo, ND Washington School, 6th grade, Jennie Siegel

1914-04-21_9 Jacog Levitz croppeFargo_forum_and_daily_republican_ - - 1914-4-21 Jacob Levitz Not Guilty.

1914-05-29_7 Abe Feldman & Ether Rabinowitz attend Theatre cropped Va_enterprise - - 1914-5-29 Virginia: Attorney Abe Feldman of Eveleth and Miss Esther Rabinowitz, attended Lyric theatre.

1914-07-13 Myer Golberg DNT - - 1914-7-13 Duluthian Invents New Cipher Code, Using Letter X” And Characters; Has Become Proficient In Its Use. Meyer Golberg simplified alphabet. Wants to sell code. Places xxxx across page and fills in characters. Makes it easy to write. - - - (There is a Meyer Goldberg who marries Lillian London and is a grocer in Duluth. There must be a younger Goldberg because the Meyer in the article is a school boy.)

1914-07-14_6 Leo Siegel Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1914-7-14 Fargo Forum, Mr. and Mrs. M. Levitt are entertaining as their guests this week, Leo and Mina Siegal of Minneapolis and Master Nathan and Archibald Siegel of Superior, WI.

1914-07-14_6 Mina Siegel cropped Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1914-7-14 Cropped for easier viewing Mena Siegel

1914-07-17_6 Samuel Lippman cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-7-17 Virginia: Samuel Lippman Minnesota Dry Goods company at Head of the Lakes on business.

1914-07-17_6 Sara Rabinowitz cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-7-17 Virginia: Miss Sara Rabinowitz of Eveleth, vising friends.

1914-07-22_12 col. 7 Harry Siegel candle fire Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican_ - - 1914-7-22 Fargo Forum. So Hot ice Chest Blazed. The freak trick of the season at Baltimore was occasioned when it was responsible for a fire that burned the top of a chest containing ice at the home of Harry Siegel, 326 North Front street. - - - Mr. Siegel placed two lighted candles on the chest. The high temperature caused these candles to melt until they bent completely over, the flames igniting the top of the box. There was a blaze and excitement prevailed for a few moments. No alarm was sounded. The fire was extinguished y members of the family.

1914-09-04_7 Russian Jews Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-9-4 Virginia Enterprise. Russian Jews Now To Have Equal Rights in Czar's Domain. In the year 1910 it was estimate that the world population of Jews was 13,000,000. 6,200,000 were living in Russia!

1914-09-04_7 Russian Jews cropped Virginia_enterprise Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-9-4 Virginia: Russian Jews Now To Have Equal rights In Czar’s Domain.

1914-09-04_7 Russian Jews & Pauline Rabinowits full page Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-9-4 Virginia: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz, a teacher, Eveleth, visiting friends. - - - 1914-9-4 Virginia: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz, a teacher, Eveleth, visiting friends.

1914-09-04_7 Pauline Rabinowitz cropped Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-9-4 Virginia: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz, a teacher, Eveleth, visiting friends.

1914-09-12_3 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1914-9-12 Eveleth: Eveleth Corps Of Teachers Finally Completed For Present Term. Pauline Rabinowtiz.

1914-10-08 Harry Oscar Schapery DNT - - 1914-10-8 West End Fire Claims 2 Lives; Building Gutted. 2914 West third Street-Mrs. Harry Schapery Snatches Babe From Man and Escapes Death.

1914-10-08_[4] Jacob Goldberg DNT - - 1914-10-8 Fined For Slaughtering Animals Within Limits. Jacob Goldberg. John avenue and Fifth street. Arrested in superior.

1914-10-09_4 Harry Oscar Schapery Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1914-10-9 Bemidji daily pioneer. Duluth. Two Die in Duluth Fire. Young Men Perish Wen Building is destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. Schapery lived in a flat over the bakery escaped.

1914-10-14_6 Harry Oscar Schapery Willmar_tribune - - 1914-10-14 Wilmar Tribune Two Die in Fire Harry Schapery bakery.

1914-10-16_4 Harry Schapery cropped - - 1914-10-16 Morris Tribune Two Die In Fire. Young Men Perish When Building Is Destroyed. Harry Schapery bakery building at Duluth. cropped.

1914-10-23_3 Sara Rabinowitz DNT - - 1914-10-23 Eveleth: Eveleth High Literary society Begins Work. Sara Rabinowitz.

1914-11-01_10 Eveleth, Bney Achim, Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1914-11-1 Eveleth: Eveleth Synagogue Officers Elected. Bney (B’nai) Achim. 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.

1914-11-20_5 Abe Feldman Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-11-20 Virginia: Attorney Abe Feldman of Eveleth, visited on business.

1914-11-20_5 Pauline & Esther Rabinowitz Feldman, Milavetz cropped Va_enterprise - - 1914-11-20 Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz, Abe Feldman of Eveleth, Esther and Abe Sapero of Chisholm, visited Ben Milavetz, 311 Maple street.

1914-11-20_5 Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz Virginia_enterprise - - 1914-11-20 Virginia: Attorney Abe Feldman of Eveleth, visited on business. - - - 1914-11-20 Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz, Abe Feldman of Eveleth, Esther and Abe Sapero of Chisholm, visited Ben Milavetz, 311 Maple street. Full Page

1914-12-05_3 Eveleth, Eveleth Eagles lodge No. 1181 DNT - - 1914-12-5 Eveleth: Eveleth Eagles Pick Officers For Year. Frank Rabinowitz. Worthy Treasurer.

1914-12-09_6 Jacob London DNT - - 1914-12-9 Jacob London horse trade

1914-12-13_4 Morris Rabinowitz Eveleth Junior in HS DNT - - 1914-12-13 Eveleth: Eveleth High School Pupils Pic Officers. Morris Rabinowitz Juniors President.

1914-12-16_[7] Harry Schapery DNT - - 1914-12-16 Building Is Burned Twice In 3 Months. Was Under Repair, por Duplication of October Casualty Might Have Resulted. 2914 West Third street. The Schaperys carried out their two children in last fire. Leary, Clark, and Henry Larson with several others had attended a party in a flat over the bakery conducted by Harry Schapery in the same building.

1915-01-06_8 Levitz and Bearman wedding Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1915-1-6 Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bearman Mrs. M. Bearman, Bearman-Levits wedding.

1915-02-16_3 Harry Rabinowitz of Eveleth DNT - - 1915-2-16 Hibbing: Range Students Join Michigan Fraternity. Emmanuel B. Woolfan of Hibbing, Samuel Cohen of Virginia, Harry Rabinowitz of Eveleth. Zeta Beta Tau. Woolfan and Cohen are literary students and Rabinowitz is in the junior law class. Ann Arbor, MI

1915-02-24_10 Hymon B. Benesovitz and Rachael Slouim -DNT - - 1914-2-24 Hymon (Hymen) B. Benesovitz and Rachael Slouim (Slonim) m.l.

1915-02-24_10 Hymon B. Benesovitz and Rachael Slouim, DNT - - 1914-2-24 Hymon (Hymen) B. Benesovitz and Rachael Slouim (Slonim) m.l.

1915-03-06 Ida Fagel engagement to Morton M. Azine DNT - - 1915-3-6 Engagement Announced Of Miss Ida Fagel. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fagel, 220 East Second street, announced the engagement of their daughter, Ida, to Morton M. Azine of this city.

1915-03-09_7 Schapery, non support charges DNT - - 1915-3-9 Faces Nonsupport Charge. Schapery, a baker, aged 29, yesterday was arraigned in municipal court. Schapery, who lives and operates a bakery at 2914 West Third street was arrested by A patrolman P. McDonald on complaint of Mrs. Schapery. Hearing was set for March 16 at 10 o’clock.

1915-03-17_4 B'nai Brith of North Dakota, Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1915-03-17_4 Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican_ B'nai Brith of North Dakota, car of flour sent to Palestine, list of Jewish families who contributed - Bnai Brith sends car of flour to relieve the staring Jews and Christian of war stricken country

1915-03-22_8Harry Oscar Schapery.DNT - - 1915-3-22 Seeks Divorce; Charges Cruelty And Adultery. Harry Schapery 30 , Duluth baker, Fannie Schapery 28? Two children. Wife wants to restore to her maiden name. They were married at Duluth Feb. 24, 1910.

1915-06-01_[14] Abie Fagel water accident DNT - - 1915-6-1 Lad Is Hero In Near-Drowning. Hymie Schraber, Age 16, Rescues 15 Year Old "Abie" Fagel From Death in Lake. Boy Falls Ten Feet And 'Pal Pluges After Him. Abie Fagel 220 1/2 East Second street.

1915-06-01_[14] Abie Fagel water accident DNT (2) - - 1915-6-1 Lad Is Hero In Near-Drowning. Hymie Scraber, Age 16, Rescues 15-Year-Old "Abie" Fagel From Death in Lake. Boy Falls Ten Feet And 'Pal' Plunges After Him. Falls 10 feet into lake Fist avenue East. 220 1/2 East Second street, Hymie Schraber, 203 1/2 East Second street.

1915-06-01_[14] Abie Fagel water accident DNT (3) - - 1915-6-1 Lad Is Hero In Near Drowning. Hymie Schraber, Age 16, Resuces 15 Year Old "Abie" Fagel From Death in Lake. Boy Falls Ten Feet And 'Pal' Plunges After Him. Abbie-220 1/2 East Second street. Hymie Schraber, age 16, 203 1/2 East Second street.

1915-06-15_14 Moses Golberg DNT - - 1915-6-15 Ships Six Carloads Of Duluth Horses To European War. Moses Golberg, owner of the Zenith Sales stable. Will be sent to France. Will be used for the French cavalry.

1915-06-19_10 Sara Grace Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-6-19 Eveleth: Eveleth, MN high school graduated class Sara Grace Rabinowitz. Florence Shappiro.

1915-06-23_7 short social articles DNT - - 1915-6-23 Miss Selma Oreckovsky, 11 East Third street, has gone to Minneapolis where she will enter the summer school at the state university.

1915-06-23_7 short social articles DNT - - 1915-6-23 Miss Ida Berkson, 613 East First street, will entertain the members of the Osewa club tonight, the affair to be given in honor of Miss Ida Fagelson, whose marriage to Morton Azine will take place Monday.

1915-06-23_7 short social articles DNT - - 1915-6-23 Miss Irma Levin, 117 West Third street, returned yesterday on the Noronic from Cleveland, where she has been visiting since leaving Chevy Chase school at Washington. She was acompanied by Miss Edith Halle, who will be her guest.

1915-06-26_11 Harry Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-6-26 Eveleth: Eveleth, Minn.

1915-07-10_12 Benesovitch -DNT - - 1915-7-10 Mrs. G. Benssovitz (Benesovitz) returned home Wednesday from Duluth, where she was with her son Abraham, who underwent an operation at St. Luke’s hospital for appendicitis. She reports his condition improved.

1915-07-10_12 Benesovitch DNT - - 1915-7-10 Mrs. G. Benssovitz (Benesovitz) returned home Wednesday from Duluth, where she was with her son Abraham, who underwent an operation at St. Luke’s hospital for appendicitis. She reports his condition improved.

1915-07-24_12 Abraham Benesovitz -DNT - - 1915-7-24 Hibbing: Abraham Benesovitz returned from Duluth, were he underwent an operation two weeks ago at St. Mary’s hospital.

1915-07-24_12 Abraham Benesovitz DNT - - 1915-7-24 Hibbing: Abraham Benesovitz returned from Duluth, were he underwent an operation two weeks ago at St. Mary’s hospital.

1915-07-27_6 Rabinowitz, Sax, Mesberg DNT - - 1915-07-27_6 Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz teaching domestic science instruction - - - 1915-7-27 Harry Rabinowitz, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, studying law, taking arts and law courses and will graduate next year. - - - 1915-7-27 Eveleth: Solomon Sax was a Nashwauk business visitor the first of the week. - - - 1915-7-27 Eveleth: Mrs. George Mesberg and sons, Bunnie and Harold left for Milwaukee to visit Mrs. Max Greenblat.

1915-07-28_4 Minnie, Leah, Eugene Berman cropped Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1915-7-28 Bemidji Mrs. Minnie Berman (Minneapolis), visiting daughter Leah Berman and son Eugene Berman.

1915-07-28_4 Minnie, Leah, Eugene Berman Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1915-7-28 Mrs Minnie Berman, who has spent the past month in Bemidji visiting her daughter, Miss Leah Berman and her son, Eugene Berman returned to her home in Mpls.

1915-08-13_7 H. B. Benesovitz, Allice Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. S. Berkowitz of Superior -DNT - - 1915-8-13 Miss Alice Berkowitz has returned to Boston after visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Benesovitz, 807 East Fifth street, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Berkowitz of Superior.

1915-08-13_7 H. B. Benesovitz, Allice Berkowitz, Mr-Mrs S Berkowitz DNT - - 1915-8-13 Miss Alice Berkowitz has returned to Boston after visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Benesovitz, 807 East Fifth street, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Berkowitz of Superior.

1915-09-07_11 Herman Wilk accident Fargo_forum - - 1915-9-7 Herman Wilk In auto Wreck. Moorhead Man Had Close Call Early Last Night When His Car Collided With A Threshing Rig Near Hickson-Injuries Are Slight. Herman Wilk, Empire Bottle Co., roadster.

1915-09-08 Two Herman Wilk Grand_Forks_Daily_Herald - - 1915-9-8 Moorhead Man Is Severely Injured. Herman Wilk recovering from accident.

1915-10-11_8 Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-10-11 Eveleth: Improvements For Agudas Achim Church at Eveleth Planned. Frank E. Rabinowitz president H. Siegel vice president. A. Goldberg secretary. Sam Siegel treasurer. Solomon sax Frank Weinberg, and Jacob Stein trustees. Raising funds for Jewish war sufferers in Europe. $500 collected.

1915-11-26_2 Esther Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-11-26 Eveleth: School Children Provide For Needy. Miss Esther Rabinowitz secretary of Associated Charities.

1915-12-26_6 Eveleth-Esther Rabinowitz DNT - - 1915-12-26 Eveleth: Judge Moylan Is Santa To Eveleth Children. Esther Rabinowitz, school nurse and secretary of the Associated Charities.

1916-01-07_11 Pauline Rabinowitz AJW - - 1916-1-7 Pauline Rabinowitz of Eveleth, guest of Mrs. J. E. Brill, 4541 Xerexes Ave. S.

1916-01-24_8 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1916-1-24 Virginia: Kindergarten Union Meetng. Succssful Opening Session of the Range Organization Is Held at Virginia. Next Gathering To Be Held At Eveleth. Duluth and Superior Normal Teachers Entertained-Folk Dances and Programs. Pauline Rabinowitz.

1916-02-08_[11] Eveleth- Esther Rabinowitz, Traverl's Aid DNT - - 1916-2-8 Eveleth: Eveleth Charities Joins Travelers’ Aid. Miss Esther Rabinowtiz, secretary.

1916-02-25_12 Mr Mrs Louis E. Kanter baby boy AJW - - 1916-2-25 American Jewish World: New Arrivals. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kanter, North Fifth street, announce the arrival of a baby boy, Wednesday Feb. 16.

1916-04-01_9 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1916-4-1 Eveleth: 300 Eveleth Pupils In Exhibition Drill. Portray American History From Indian Period to Present Day-Gym Work. Pauline Rabinowitz, instructor. Bessie Feldman, leader

1916-04-09_12 Roy Edelstein DNT - - 1916-4-9 ‘Pinch’ Swan Hard On Assault Charge. Alleged to Have “Swatted” Roy Edelstein in Connection With Court Case. Commissioner Swan Hard.

1916-05-26_4 Jacob Goldberg DNT - - 1916-5-26 Superior News: Duluth Wallingford Sells Cow, Not His, to Superior Butcher.

1916-06-03_9 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1916-6-3 Eveleth: Eveleth Will Have ‘Follies’. Successful Virginia Production Will Be Produced Tonight With Same Cast. Welcome Is Assured. Ladies’ Guild of St. Paul’s Church Sponsor Entertainment-Many New Songs. Pauline and Esther Rabinowitz.

1916-06-16_13 Pauline Rabinowitz DNT - - 1916-6-16 Eveleth: Will Sentence Kids To School. Eveleth Judge Declares That Is How He Will Punish Juveniles. Open summer School. More Than 1,000 Pupils Are in Attendance-Plan an Innovation. Pauline Rabinowitz.

1916-07-30_4B Mrs . M. Codel Azine party last col DNT - - 1916-7-23 Mrs. Morton M. Azine, 513 ½ Second avenue East entertained. Mrs. M. Codel, Mrs. M. Stein-Gilbert, Mrs. Charles Cohen, Miss Hattie Markowitz, Miss Rose Coran, Miss Dora Simon, Miss Minnie Brusso, Miss Delia Fox, Miss Sarah Rudnitsky, Miss Ruth Raihill, Miss Charlotte Azine.

1917-02-06_7 Benjamin Kenner DNT - - 1917-2-16 Mrs. S. M. Kaner and Mrs. Frank Sher, 1123 East Fifth Street, honor Miss Sadie Coran, marriage to Oscar Wine. Mrs. A. J. Garon, Mrs. Benjamin Kenner, Miss Ida Sher, 25 guests.

1917-02-24_6 J Edelstein DNT - - 1917-2-24 Hibbing’s Red Men At Masquerade Ball.

1917-03-06_7 Benjamin Kenner, Israel Kenner, E. Kenner Sadie and Oscar Wine wedding DNT - - 1917-3-6 Miss Coran the Bride of Oscar Wine.

1917-03-30_5 Elsie Benesovitz Hibbing photo -DNT - - 1917-3-30 Hibbing: Beat Boys Badly In School Honors. Photo. Nearly Five Girls For Every Boy. Elsie Benesovitz, Dorothy Cohen.

1917-03-30_5 Elsie Benesovitz Hibbing photo DNT - - 1917-3-30 Hibbing: Beat Boys Badly In School Honors. Photo. Nearly Five Girls For Every Boy. Elsie Benesovitz, Dorothy Cohen.

1917-04-07_7 Godfrey Azine and Abe Fagel sing duet DNT - - 1917-4-7 Boys Give Annual Minstrel Show April 11. YMCA, Max Goldberg, Godfrey Azine, Abe Fagel.

1917-04-22 Goldish, A M news - - 1917-04-22 article of AM Goldish talking about how the czar caused the early death of mother of Lewis/Louis J. Selznick. Although from Findagrave we learn it was actually his stepmother Libe Lina Fine who died in Cleveland in December 1893. The stress and the ordeal: She was only 35 or 36. La Crosse Tribune

1917-05-17_3 Sarah Codel milk bottles DNT - - 1917-5-17 Many Milk Bottles, A Cut, Cause Suit. Sarah Codel injured Hand While Seeking Rebate-Asks $1,000 Now.

1917-06-29 Lashkowitz, Etta Levitz - picture in wedding dress - - 1917-06-29 The marriage of Miss Etta Levits daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mandel Levitz of Fargo, N. Dak., to Mr. Harry Lashkowitz also of Fargo was celebrated Tuesday evening, June 19th at the home of the bride’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lashkowitz are visiting in the Twin Cities, Lake Minnetonka and Duluth for several weeks and will then return to make their home in Fargo where Mr. Lshkowitz is engaged in the practice of law. The American Jewish World June 29, 1917

1917-07-08_8 George Leamon bakery DNT - - 1917-7-8 Will Follow Rules On Return Of Bread. Leamon Notifies Agencies That Order Will Be in Effect Tuesday. George W. Leamon.

1917-07-10_10 M. D. Naymark DNT - - 1917-7-10 Draft: 1311 M. L. Solosky, 1320 F. L. Jacobs, 1330 Jacob Bernstein, 1332 Sam Goldish, 1335 Samuel Zeidel. 1345 J. M. Rabinovitz, 1367 David Kaplan, 1373 C. Halperin, 1374 Lyle A. Oreck, 1397 Abe Glassman, 1398 Louis Caplan, 1400 J. H. Viener, 1406 Jacob Sher, 1428 A. I. Karon, 1431 M. D. Naymark, 1435 H. Vertelney, 1443 Joe Kaplan.

1917-07-13_13 Gertrude Grais AJW - - 1917-7-13-American Jewish World Just Seven Weeks More For That Big Event On August 26th. “Box” Collection On South Side. For War Sufferers. Florence Rabinowitz, Gertrude Grais. Adele Zalk

1917-07-23_9 Jacob Levitz draft 3206 Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1917-7-23 Jacob Levitz registration for draft 3206, 1126 4th Ave. S.

1917-08-01_12 Cloquet I Kaner DNT - - 1917-8-1 Cloquet: I. Kaner of Duluth guest at J. Kaner.

1917-08-01_12 Clouet, Esther Jacobson DNT - - 1917-8-1 Cloquet: Esther Jacobson and brother Antone Jacobson of Moose Lake visiting John Samuelson.

1917-08-10_13 Minnie Berman AJW - - 1917-8-10 American Jewish World: Minnie Berman in charge of arrangements for Y.W.H.A. Picnic. Y.W.H.A. Picnic. Gertrude Silber, Emily Roberts, Ida Fishman, Rose Share, Minnie Berman.

1917-08-30_5 Hibbing-Mrs. E. H. Edelstein injured DNT - - 1917-8-30 Hibbing: Woman Seriously Hurt In Street Car Accident. Mrs. E. H. Edelstein, Pine street, suffered street car accident. Mrs. Edelstein on one side of the tract and her cow on the other. Cow struck by street car which in turn knowcked Mrs. Edelstein. J. Edelstein

1917-08-31_11 Polly Rabinowitz of Eveleth cropped AJW - - 1917-8-31 American Jewish World. Miss Polly Rabinowitz of Eveleth, Minn. Visiting city, guests of Leona and Kate Schaffer. -- cropped

1917-08-31_11 Polly Rabinowitz of Eveleth AJW - - 1917-8-31 American Jewish World. Miss Polly Rabinowitz of Eveleth, Minn. Visiting city, guests of Leona and Kate Schaffer. - - full page

1917-09-17_[1] Full page DNT.pdf - - 1917-9-17 Boats Crash; Fear 1 Dead. Fishing Smack Hit By A Tug Off Lester Park. Viking fish boat owned by J. S. Fagel, 21 North Second avenue East. Samuel and William Fargel sons, engineer and captain. Note: in other reports, the captain was William Cook. We do not think that there is a son by the name of William Fargel. - - - Also, Russia proclaimed republic.

1917-09-17_[1] boat crash DNT - - 1917-9-17 Boat Crash; Fear 1 Dead. Fishing Smack Hit By A Tug Off Lester park. j. S. Fagel, 21 North Second avenue East. J. S. Fagel is son of Samuel Fagel.

1917-09-18_[14] Samuel Fagel DNT - - 1917-9-18 Body Of Second Victim Found In Wrecked Viking. Samuel Fagel; 21, Engineer of Craft, Drowned in Engine Room of Steamer. Cropped.

1917-09-18_[14] Samuel Fagel DNT (2) - - 1917-9-18 Body Of Second Victim Found In Wrecked Vicking. Samuel Fagel, 21, Engineer of Craft, Drowned in Engine Room of Steamer. William Cook, pilot, hurled from wheelhouse, body not recovered. Fagel was son of J. S. Fagel, 21 Second avenue East.

1917-09-19_10 Sam Fagel 23 years old, son of Jake Fagel DNT - - 1917-9-19 Fagel, funeral services for Sam Fagel, age 22, son of Jake Fagel, 21 North Second avenue East who was drowned in Lake Superior off Lester Park Sunday night in a boat collision, where held yesterday. Crawford's undertaking rooms having charge of the body.

1917-11-23_4 Jacob Goldberg Bemidji Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1917-11-23 Jacob Goldberg Ad Hides and Furs - Bemidji Daily Pioneer

1917-12-01_9 M Codel grocer ad cropped DNT - - 1917-12-1 Morris Codel Ad Good News for Every Housewife Today.

1917-12-01_9 M Codel grocer ad DNT - - 1917-12-1 M. Codel grocer ad.

1918-01-14_[1] Harry Fagel falls into ice saved by Zalzulak DNT - - 1918-1-14 Boy Leaps In Icy Lake; Rescues His Companion. John Zazulak, age 14 rescued Harry Fagel, age 8 from Lake Superior. Harry Fagel lives at 21 North Second ave. Zazulak lives at 102 East Second street.

1918-03-21_[10] F. Schapery Building permits DNT - - 1918-3-21 Building Permits. Fannie Schapery, repairs.

1918-04-04_5 Hibbing Fanny Edelstein DNT - - 1918-4-4 Hibbing: A Kiss For A Jitney At Hibbing School Carnival. Exhibitions to Be Given by Girl Divers and Side-Show Attractions on Program. Fanny Edelstein.

1918-05-02_10 Herman Wilk cropped Fargo_forum_and_daily_republican - - 1918-5-2 Fargo Forum - - Bought Thrift Stamps. Young People of Moorhead Found Valuable Papers. Norman Wright and May Borgen Tuesday afternoon found a package of valuable papers hidden under the grating of one of the basement windows of the Wright & Son's awning factory, Moorhead. The papers were lost several weeks ago by Herman Wilk and the young people "split" the $25 reward and invested the money in thrift stamps.

1918-06-01_3 Elsie Benesovitz -DNT - - 1918-6-1 Hibbing: 50 To Be Graduated From Hibbing High On June 13. Ruth Rogalsky, Elsie Benesovitz.

1918-06-01_3 Elsie Benesovitz. DNT - - 1918-6-1 Hibbing: 50 To Be Graduated From Hibbing High On June 13. Ruth Rogalsky, Elsie Benesovitz.

1918-06-02_11 Mrs. R. Edelstein Jewish war relief DNT - - 1918-6-2 Campaign For Jewish War Fund Soon To Start. Committees Named and Headquarters Secured for Drive Next Week. Headquarters 816 Tower avenue. Julius Cohan, A. Siegal, Alice Holzberg, Robert Jacobs, E. I. Lurye, Julius Weingarten, Julius Cohen, S. Y. Josephs, E. I. Lurye, Herman Aronsohn, C. Marcus, H. Leibovitz, M. Sher., A. Holzberg, S. Y. Josephs, Mrs. B. Edelstein.

1918-06-05_11 Ida Fagel wins tickets to theater DNT - - 1918-6-5 Ida Fagel 513 1/2 Second Ave. East, will find a pair of tickets for the Lyceum at the Tribune office to see "Cheating Cheaters" Thursday night.

1918-06-05_1 1 Ida Fagel wins tickets to theater cropped DNT - - 1918-06-05 Ida Fagel wins tickets to theater

1918-06-14_5 Elsie Benesovitz -DNT - - 1918-6-14 Fifty Finish School And College Courses At Hibbing. Photo. Graduates of Lincoln High School, Assembled Yesterday at Entrance to Hibbing Building. Elsie Benesovitz, Dorothy Cohen.

1918-06-14_5 Elsie Benesovitz DNT - - 1918-6-14 Fifty Finish School And College Courses At Hibbing. Photo. Graduates of Lincoln High School, Assembled Yesterday at Entrance to Hibbing Building. Elsie Benesovitz, Dorothy Cohen.

1918-06-16_12 G. Golberg DNT - - 1918-6-16 Zionists Will Elect Officers. Program and Report on Sale of Shekels Will be Features of Meeting tonight. Agudath Zionist society. Tower Hall. Edith Lasky, Sarah Cohen, Harry Cohen, Mollie Handlovsky. Chas. Aronovitz, Isadore Cohen, Robert Cohen, Roy Edelstein, N. Borvotsky, G. Golberg, M. Greenberg, Herman Aronsohn, Lewis Lasky, Edwin Lasky, Ed Lurye, Alex Shapiro, Casel Marcus.

1918-06-21_11 Ben Lieberman AJW - - 1918-6-21 American Jewish World: Minneapolis With the Travelers. Mrs. Ben Lieberman of Grand Rapids, Minn. is the guest of friends and relatives in the Twin Cities. - - - 1918-6-21 American Jewish World: Max Goldberg of Duluth home from college. - - - 1918-6-21 American Jewish World: Bar Mitzvoh. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kronick 2101 Fremont south, announced the Bar Mitzvah of their son Sigmund Henry to the Adath Yeshurun Synagog, Saturdy, June 15.

1918-07-01_5 Julius Edelstein draft DNT - - 1918-7-1 Hibbing: Questionnaires Sent At Hibbing. Draft Board Begins Week of Reclassifying Men Beyond First Available Group. Julius Edelstein, Benjamin E. Karon

1918-07-21_3 Jacob Garon DNT - - 1918-7-21 In Training. Photo Jacob Garon. Receives Appoinment To Officer Training Camp. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Garon 517 Fourth Avenue East. training camp, Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. One hundred and Twenty fifth field artillery at Camp Cody, Deming, N. M. One hundred and Twenty sixth field artillery. under age, required to hold an officer's commission. Graduated Central high school, class of 1916.

1918-07-26_5 Samuel and Rose Ginsberg Echo_de_l'ouest - - 1918-7-26 col. 2 Samuel and Rose Ginsberg

1918-10-27_9 Cloquet Relief from fire, house county cattle DNT - - 1918-10-27 Cloquet fire relief, place to shelter cattle.

1918-12-20_12 American_Jewish_world - - 1918-12-20_12 Bnai Brith Elections. Fargo. The John Hay Lodge of the I.O.B.B. of Fargo, North Dakota, held election of officers at the last meeting. The following were chosen: President Harry Lashkowitz; vice president Max Goldberg; secretary, Jake Goldberg; treasurer, Saul Simon; trustee, Matt Siegel; warden, Abe Gilles; guardian Nathan Brandeis; delegate to district convention, Alex Stern.

1918-12-20_12 American_Jewish_world - - 1918-12-20_12 Deceased. Miriam Levine Shapiro. Mrs. Leo Shapiro, 2659 Lake of the Isles Boulevard, passed away on Monday last, after an attack of influenza followed by pneumonia. She was twenty-eight years of age , and is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Levine of Duluth, her two sisters, Mrs. Maurice Rapoport of Indianapolis, and Mrs. David Rapoport of New York, a brother Victor Levine, now with the American Expeditionary Forces in France, her husband, and her three children, Leo, Jr., Elizabeth, and the newly born infant, who arrived on Thursday, December the Twelfth. The baby was taken to her former home in Duluth for burial.

1919-02-16_11 Henry and Sophie Cohen violin duets DNT - - 1919-2-16 Permanent Plan For Citizenship Is Established. Americanization-Meetings to Be Continued in Superior; Much Good is Resultant.Henry and Sophie Cohen.

1919-02-27_5 Hibbing Julius Edelstein Lyric theater robbery DNT - - 1919-2-27 Hibbing: Thieves Steal Clothing/ Hibbing Man Victim. Julius Edelstein, owner of the Lyric theater.

1919-03-07_4 Lizzie Edelstein DNT - - 1919-3-7 Ask Removal Of Case To United States Courts. Libie Edelstein against Mesaba Railway company.

1919-03-12_3 Hibbing Lizzie Edelstein court case DNT - - 1919-3-12 One Cow Figures Big In Federal Court Action. Lizzie Edelstein against Mesaba Railway company. Aug. 29, 1917.

1919-03-22_7 J S Fagel & Son Ad for fish Catholic_bulletin full page - - 1919-3-22 Ad in Catholic bulletin around the time of lent. J. S. Fagel & Son Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Fresh, Frozen, Smoked And Salted Fish. Lake Superior Herring And Siscoes A Specialty, Grand 370 Melrose 5056, 21 N. Second Av. E., Duluth. - - More about Cisco, the fish: Wikipedia

1919-03-22_7 J S Fagel & Son Ad for fish Catholic_bulletin cropped - - 1919-3-22 Ad in Catholic bulletin around the time of lent. J. S. Fagel & Son Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Fresh, Frozen, Smoked And Salted Fish. Lake Superior Herring And Siscoes A Specialty, Grand 370 Melrose 5056, 21 N. Second Av. E., Duluth. - - More about Cisco, the fish: Wikipedia

1919-03-30_15 Sophie Cohen and broher DNT - - 1919-3-30 Miss Elmgren will Head the Musicale Club. Superior Organization Choses Officers for 1919-Members Entertain With Program. Sophie Cohen.

1919-05-04_9 F. Schapery sale of house DNT - - 1919-5-4 Inquiry For Property is Good, Says Sales Manager. Fannie Schapery, $4,200.

1919-06-26_9 Esther Goldish St. Paul wedding party DNT - - 1919-6-26 Miss Rae Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Miller-Jefferson Street and J. D. Ginsberg of Des Moines took place at Forresters’ hall, Miss Esther Goldish-St. Paul, Rabbi Teplitz. Miss Sadie Miller,-maid of honor, Miss Frieda Shapiro-St. Paul, Miss Sarah Goldish-bridesmaids. , Alice Goldish, Herman Ginsberg, Benjamin B. Miller, Abraham Miller.

1919-07-04_12 Moses Bearman Harry T. Bearman's father Mpls AJW - - 1919-7-4 The American Jewish World Moses W. Bearman Pioneer Settler Dies.

1919-08-17_13 Jacob Goldberg Superior DNT - - 1919-8-17 Cruelty to Animals Charge. Jacob Goldberg Superior police department.

1919-09-10_5 Ben Lieberman DNT - - 1919-9-10 Grand Rapids: Ben Lieberman jury duty

1919-10-29_11 l. D. Golberg and Dan Marks DNT - - 1919-10-29 Auto Burns; Suit Follows. Dan Marks and L. D. Golberg

1919-10-29_12 J S Fagel Sam Fagel Barnett & Record company DNT - - 1919-10-29 A suit for $5,150 has been started regarding collision of tug Ferris and Viking. J. S. Fagel, estate of Sam Fagel. drowning. A separate suit for $860 started by Fagel against co. for repairs to Viking.

919-11-07_5 Mrs. Lashkowitz son Harold, sister H. T. Bearman AJW - - 1919-11-07 Mrs Harry Lashkowitz and son Harold of Fargo visitied sister and aunt Mrs H T Bearman at their home.

1919-11-28_5 Hibbing Louis Deitch & Rose Edelstein wed DNT - - 1919-11-28 Hibbing: Wed At Workers’ Hall Louis Deitch and rose Edelstein.

1919-12-30_10 Benjamin Karsner and Edith Karon ml DNT - - 1919-12-30 Marriage Licenses: Benjamin Karsner, 26, to Edith Karon 23.

1919-12-31_8 Samuel Fagel, brother to J. S. Fagel DNT - - 1919-1-31 Asks Distribution Of $500 Award In Death Of Brother. Samuel Fagel drowned. J. S. Fagel brother.

1919-12-31_8 Samuel Fagel, brother to J. S. Fagel DNT (2) - - 1919-12-31 Ask Distribution of $500 Award In Death Of Brother. Samuel Fagel, J. S. Fagel brother of deceased.

1920-01-03_4 J Goldberg Cohen cropped Labor_world - - 1920-1-3 Goldberg and Cohen

1920-01-03_4 J S Fagel and Lena Fagel Sam Fagel cropped Labor_world - - 1920-1-3 J. Fagel and Lena Fagel

1920-01-03_4 J S Fagel and Lena Fagel Sam Fagel Labor_world - - 1920-1-3 J. Fagel and Lena Fagel

1920-01-23_6 Abe Edelstein dance DNT - - 1920-1-23 Is Host At Dance. Abe Edelstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edelstein, 1708 Ogden avenue was host for young people dancing party.

1920-02-19_7 Anna Slomin and Julius L. Siegel marriage Ethel Benesovitgz -DNT - - 1920-2-19 Social Happenings. Wedding of Miss Anna Slomin (Slonim) and Julius L. Siegel. Camels’ temple. Rabbi I. Tepliz. Pearl Siegel. Ben Slonim, Herman Wiener of Eveleth, Mr. and Mrs. H. Benesovitz, Irene Marcus of Superior, Ethel Benesovitz. Guests: Mrs. M. Levitz, Pearl Levitz, Jack Siegel-Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Wiener-Eveleth, Mr. and Mrs. C. Marcus-Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Siegel will make their home in Duluth.

1920-02-19_7 Anna Slomin & Julius Siegel wed Ethel Benesovitz DNT - - 1920-2-19 Social Happenings. Wedding of Miss Anna Slomin (Slonim) and Julius L. Siegel. Camels’ temple. Rabbi I. Tepliz. Pearl Siegel. Ben Slonim, Herman Wiener of Eveleth, Mr. and Mrs. H. Benesovitz, Irene Marcus of Superior, Ethel Benesovitz. Guests: Mrs. M. Levitz, Pearl Levitz, Jack Siegel-Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Wiener-Eveleth, Mr. and Mrs. C. Marcus-Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Siegel will make their home in Duluth.

1920-03-05_5 Mrs. M. Grais, Milford Grais AJW - - 1920-3-5 American Jewish World: Mr. and Mrs. M. Grais and son, Milford, 8121 Third avenue south, left last Monday for Los Angeles where they will be the guests of Mrs. Grais’ aunt and brothers. - - - 1920-3-5 American Jewish World: Mrs. S. Levin of Duluth, Minn. Spent several days here the guest of Mr. Leo Shapiro of Lake of the Isles Blvd.

1920-04-25_8 Jacob Karsner Western Young Judaean convention DNT - - 1920-4-25 Is Convention Delegate. Jacob Karsner has gone to St. Paul as a delegate to the convention of the Western Young Judaean, now in session there.

1920-05-22_6 Bertha Golberg cropped Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1920-5-22 Bemidji Daily Pioneer Surprise For Miss Golberg. Lady Macabees, Bertha Goldberg, 112 Third street. Handkerchiefs gift. Leaving in June for Philadelphia to make her home. Cropped

1920-05-22_6 Bertha Golberg Bemidji_daily_pioneer - - 1920-5-22 Bemidji Daily Pioneer Surprise For Miss Golberg. Lady Macabees, Bertha Goldberg, 112 Third street. Handkerchiefs gift. Leaving in June for Philadelphia to make her home.

1920-06-22 Abe Fagel larceny DNT - - 1920-6-22 Two Men Are Arraigned On Charges Of Larceny. Abe Fagel, grand larceny, in the second degree, alleged to have stolen $71 in cash.

1920-06-23_5 Marcus Rabinowitz U of MN Regent theater in Eveleth DNT - - 1920-6-23 Eveleth: Eveleth Students Have Returned From Colleges. Marcus Rabinowitz remains in Minneapolis and is working in the interest of the Regent Theater of this city.

1920-07-03_8 Louis E Kanter, Max A and M G Kohen Mpls jewelry business Labor_world - - 1920-7-3 Labor World:Column 5. Certificate of Incorporation of Max A. Kohen, Incorporated. Max A. Kohen, M. G. Kohen, Louis E. Kanter Jewelry business.

1920-07-29_3 Harry Oscar Schapery DNT - - 1920-7-29 Schapery Denies Charge Of Recless Driving. 212 Third avenue East

1920-08-02_3 Harry Schapery DNT - - 1920-8-2 Court to Decide Speeding Cases On Own Merit. Sane Presentation of Facts Better Than Crusade of Punishment, Judge Avers. Harry Schapery.

1920-08-04_5 Eveleth. Babcock Roads, Frank Rabinowitz DNT - - 1920-8-4 Eveleth: Many Evelethians Give Money For Babcock Roads. B. Kaner. J. Stein, J. Shandeling, H. A. Levant, Frank Rabinowitz, Sam Siegel, Soloman Sax.

1920-08-13_4 Harry Schapery - - 1920-8-13 Four Arraigned For alleged Violation Of Traffic Law. H. Schapery charged with reckless driving out on #100 bail.

1920-08-20_3 H. Schapery reckless driving - - 1920-8-20 Traffic Law Cases Engage Municipal. H. Schapery, continued.

1920-08-27_3 Schapery dismissed charges - - 1920-8-27 Two Cases Dismissed. H. Schapery

1920-08-29_[4] Morris Goldberg DNT - - 1920-8-29 Forfeits Bail. Morris Goldberg.

1920-08-31_[7] Morris Goldberg DNT - - 1920-8-31 Morris Goldberg charged with passing open street car gates, forfeited $10 bail by not appearing.

1920-09-18_6 Morris Goldberg DNT - - 1920-9-18 Meat Market Man Arrested. Morris Goldberg, proprietor of a meatmarket at 425 John avenue. Unsanitary shop.

1920-09-23_3 Abe Fagel larceny DNT - - 1920-9-23 Three Witnesses Testify In Fagel Larceny Case. Abe Fagel charged with second degree larceny.

1920-09-29_5 E. H. Edelstein new building DNT - - 1920-9-29 Hibbing: $15,000 Store Under Way In New South Hibbing. E. H. Edelstein store building on third avenue South. Furniture business.

1920-10-08_3 Lillie Goldberg selling cig. to minors DNT - - 1920-10-8 Hearing Set For Pair Arrested On Assault Charge. Lillie Goldberg pleaded guilty to selling cigarettes to minors and was fined $25.

1920-10-15_15 Ben Lieberman AJW - - 1920-6-10-15 American Jewish World: Ben Lieberman and H. Lieberman donation to Yom Kippur Fund.

1920-10-28_3 Harry Schapery - - 1920-10-28 Harry Schapery for $1,050 for loss of comfort and happiness of his wife’s companionship due to injuries in an auto accident.

1920-12-09_10 Hyman Barkovitch Barkovech DNT - - 1920-12-9 Carpenter Athletic Club Reorganizes; Issues Defy. Hyman Barkovech Ogden 41 1227 Hammon avenue, Superior

1920-12-10_10 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Karsner daughter born DNT - - 1920-12-10 Births. Girls. Karsner, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin, 213 22nd avenue West, Dec. 2.

1920-12-25 Lillian Golbrg Myer Golberg divorce DNT - - 1920-12-25 Divorce Suits Christmas Prsents For Hubbies. Lillie Golberg, age 28, started divorce proceedings against Myer Golberg, age 37. They were married Aug. 1, 1909, and have three children. The plaintiff asked the court to award her custody of the children.

1921-01-03_5 Sara Rabinowitz DNT - - 1921-1-3 Eveleth: Eleanor K. Shea and Dr. Albert M. Snell marry. Sara Rabinowitz

1921-01-07_14 Wisc Jewish Communities, Rabinowitz AJW - - 1921-1-7 Wisconsin Jewish Communities Socially Active. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rabinowitz of Park Falls, WI. Dave Rabinowitz, Park Falls, WI. Frank Rabinowitz, Louis Rabinowitz, Esther Rabinowitz, Jake Rabinovitz, Sam Rabinovitz Anne Rabinowitz, Park Falls, WI. Abe Goldfine of Bayfield, WI

1921-02-03_5 Hyman Benesovitz -DNT - - 1921-2-3 Light Fine Given. Hyman Benesovitz is found guilty of charge of violating a nited States statue by using the mails to send circulars advertising punch boards, by a jury which deliberated seven hours. He was fined $10. Judge Morris advised attorneys for Benesovitz to take an appeal to the circuit court of appeals on the matter, to deice definitely the legality of sending such circulars.

1921-02-03_5 Hyman Benesovitz DNT - - 1921-2-3 Light Fine Given. Hyman Benesovitz is found guilty of charge of violating a nited States statue by using the mails to send circulars advertising punch boards, by a jury which deliberated seven hours. He was fined $10. Judge Morris advised attorneys for Benesovitz to take an appeal to the circuit court of appeals on the matter, to deice definitely the legality of sending such circulars.

1921-02-20_[18] Ruth Golberg 224 East 7th St. Tiny Tots DNT - - 1921-2-20 Ruth Golberg, Tiny Tots

1921-03-06_12 H. B. Benesovitz -DNT - - 1921-3-6 Judge Overrides post office Sanction of Punch Boards. H. B. Benesovitz was told in federal court the violated the postal regulations when he sent circulars through the mails advertising punch boards.

1921-03-06_[12 H. B. ] Benesovitz DNT - - 1921-3-6 Judge Overrides post office Sanction of Punch Boards. H. B. Benesovitz was told in federal court the violated the postal regulations when he sent circulars through the mails advertising punch boards.

1921-03-11_2 Harry Oscar Schapery - - 1921-3-11 Woman, Injured By Auto, Sues Driver for $5,000. Harry Schapery, secretary of the Western Development

1921-03-13_13 Harry Oscar Schapery - - 1921-3-13 Woman Awarded $1,200 For Alleged Injuries. Ellen C. and Charles Erickson against Harry Schapery.

1921-04-20_10 Roy Edelstein DNT - - 1921-4-20 Superior man Claims Assessor ‘Gyped’ Him. Roy Edelstein, 1708 Ogden avenue.

1921-04-20_3 Bertha Naymark DNT - - 1921-4-20 52 Ar On Washinton Junior Honor Slate: Etta Levine, Celia Walt, Rose Kenner, Jeanette Kaner, Bertha Naymark, Elizabeth London, Phillip Shapiro.

1921-06-03_5 Mrs. Harry Lashkowitz, Mrs. H. T. Bearman sisters AJW - - 1921-6-3-Minneapolis - The American Jewish World -- Mrs. Harry Lashkowitz of Fargo N.D. who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. T. Bearman, 1112 Newton Avenue North, for several weeks, left Wednesday, June 1, for her home. She was joined by Mr. Lashkowitz on his return from Des Moines where he attended the District Lodge convention of the B’nai B’rith as delegate from Fargo. - - - Miss Mayme Weinberg of Duluth, Minn., was the guest of relatives and friends in the Twin Cities last week. - - - Miss Jennie Levitz, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. T. Bearman, for several weeks, left Wednesday for her home in Fargo. - - - Miss Katie Rubin, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lurie, 538 Irving Avenue North, for several weeks, will leave Monday for Chicago and New York City, where she will sail on the Aquitania on June 14 for Glasgow Scotland. After a visit with relatives there, she will sail for her home in Orange Free State Union of South Africa. Miss Rubin has been a year in the United States spending the greater part of the time with her uncle Mr. David Naftalin, in Fargo, N.D. while pursuing her musical studies. - - - Mr. Lazarus Barron of Crystal Lake, Iowa, was in the city this week, the guest of relatives and friends.

1921-06-17_8 High School and Universithy of Minnesota graduates AJW - - 1921-6-17 The American Jewish World. Many Jewish Graduations University Graduates.

1921-06-17_8 Joseph Grais high school AJW - - 1921-6-17 American Jewish World: High School Students Win Honors, Joseph Grais, many other names mentioned, including universities.

1921-06-24_8 Leo Harwin Siegel American_Jewish_world - - 1921-6-24 American Jewish World Leo Harwin Siegel Doctor of Dental Surgery

1921-10-08_3 Fannie Schapery - - 1921-10-8 Defendants Win Verdict. Hebrew ladies’ Society against Young Women’s Hebrew association and the Bank of Commerce and Savings. $683. Complainants for the ladies society were Celie Litman, Bessie Love, Mary Jacobson, Eva Levine, Fanny Schapery and Izie Chessen.

1921-11-08_5 Karsner's Grocery ad DNT - - 1921-11-8 Kasner’s Grocery ad. Full page. The Grocery With a Variety.

1921-11-08_5 Karsner's Grocery ad cropped DNT - - 1921-11-8 Kasner’s Grocery ad. Cropped. The Grocery With a Variety.

1921-12-23_8 Marcus Rabinowitz president of the Univ Menorah AJW - - 1921-12-23 Marcus Rabinowitz, president of the University Menorah. Convention held in Madison, WI. David Goldstein, Max Shapiro, Harry Kregal. - - - - 1921-12-23 Heifetz Is Coming Minneapolis National Guard Armory. Jascha Heifetz, Wonder vionist of the age.

1922-01-06_3 D. Naymark injured by auto DNT - - 1922-1-6 One Hurt by Auto. D. Naymark, 212 Third avenue East.

1922-01-13_16 Dorothy Bearman Flag Day AJW - - 1922-1-19 The American Jewish World. Flag Day A Success. - - Dorothy Bearman

1922-02-17_4 Miss Sophie cohen violin DNT - - 1922-2-17 Church To Celebrate Birth. Methodist church. Miss Sophie Cohen violin selection.

1922-02-19_4 Charles Rivers DNT - - 1922-2-19 Russ Soviet Taps Duluthians's Mail of $1; Issues His Mother 190,000 Rubles Instead.

1922-02-21_[1] D. Naymark 519 West Superior clothing store DNT - - 1922-2-21 Store Fire Drives Lodgers to Street. Clothing store of D. Naymark. 519 West Superior street.

1922-02-28_[8] Jewish_Daily_News_ - - 1922-2-28 Answers to Correspondents - New Department Inaugurated in this issue. Jewish Daily News. Several years ago, Rabbi Mendel Silber published a very handy little book dealing with the subject "Great Americans of Jewish Ancestry"

1922-03-03_8 Frank Rabinowitz donation to Keren Hayesod AJW - - 1922-3-3 Eveleth, MINN. Keren Hayesod Abe Goldberg, Harry Ellis, Max Goldberg, Sam Ellis, I. Weiner, Sam Siegel, Solomon Sax, Frank Rabinowitz, Jacob Stein, G. H. Perlman, Jacob Daniel, harry Levant, Masinter Bros., and Ladies’ Aid.

1922-03-03_6 Joseph Grais AJW - - 1922-3-3 American Jewish World: Joseph Grais Stars at Chess. 912 15th avenue south, freshman at the University, won the state junior chess championship in the elimination tournament at the Athletic club, St. Paul, Wednesday, Feb 22. He was awarded a gold championship metal and a cash prize of five dollars. Besides his university work, he plays basketball with the Semitix Intermediate five and is a gymnast of no mean ability.

1922-03-17_15 Ben Lieberman, Charles Lieberman AJW - - 1922-3-17 American Jewish World: Ben and Charles Lieberman. War fund. Maurice J. Kronick on committee.

1922-03-19_4 Hazel Groman violin solo DNT - - 1922-3-19 Chisholm Zionist Club Has Program at Library. Young Judean club. Purim. Dr. Medalie, Sarah Ladin, Dorothy Miller, Rayna Lewis, Rose Ladin, Lillian Gordon, Sarah Shapiro, Helen Passman, Janet Hoberman, yale Lewis, Gabriel Borken, Allen Goldenberg, Hazel Groman, Mrs. Mose Shapiro, Eva Manson, Florence Frisch, Grace Peck.

1922-03-31_4 Minneapolis Mrs. S. Siegel American_Jewish_world - - 1922-3-31 The American Jewish World Club Kodivrim Society, Mrs. Julius Siegel, Mrs. S. Siegel, Th Northern Lights.Mrs. M. S. Hirschfield, Dr. Alvin Luchs, Ralph Levine, - - - 1922-3-31 The American Jewish World The Symposium Mennorah Society o University of Minnesota. Why Jewish Education is Necessary. Max Shapiro, Gearld Friedman, David Goldstein, Marvin Oerck, given in Hibbing.

1922-03-31_7 Rabbi Silber Passover supplies ad AJW - - 1922-3-31 American Jewish Wolrd. Wine for the Seder under the suspices of Rabbi S. M. Silber. M. D. Mirviss Ad.

1922-04-06_12 Marvin Golberg DNT - - 1922-4-6 Superior New. Prize Winners in Bird House Contest Picked. Marvin Golberg

1922-04-07_16 Passover Rabbi S. M. Silber ad for Passover AJW - - 1922-4-7 Ad Kosher Milk and Butter for Passover. Rabbi S. M. Silber.

1922-05-06_6 Fanny and Harry Schaper Col. 3 Mtge Default Labor_World - - 1922-5-6 Col. 3 Labor World Default on mortgage Fanny and Harry Schapery.

1922-05-12_8 Rabbi - Mrs. S M Silber visit daughter in Brooklyn AJW - - 1922-5-12 American Jewish World. Rabbi Silber In The East. Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Silber visit daughter and son in Brooklyn, N. Y. Attends annual convention of the Agudas Harabbonim, Union of Orthodox Rabbis, meet in New York.

1922-05-19_13 Jacob Karsner The Knights of Judea AJW - - 1922-5-19 American Jewish World 1912-5 - - - Clubs The Duluth Hebrew Brotherhood. B.N.O.B. Club , home of Miss Anna Toback, East Seventh street. The Knights of Judea, a club for boys of High School age, home of Rabbi Lebendiger, Rudolph Segal, president; Ben Serrant, vice president, Jacob Karsner, treasurer; Abraham Kerness, secretary. The Duluth Hebrew Brotherhood, dance, Covenant Hall, 50 couples. - - - Entertaining, Mrs. N. Love, East 5th street, birthday party, son Hymen, 6th birthday. Card party Covenant Hall, benefit Temple Fund. Hostesses. J. Lieberman, H. Freidmuth, M. Mann, M. Bondy, B. J. Cook. F. Labovits left for Europe,,, Zionist friends. Will visit his father. Raised $1,650. For Keren Hayesod fund. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Aarons, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mogelson, Mr. and Mrs. Saksonoff, Mr. and Mrs. H. Davis, Miss Ida Cook, Mr. J. Braverman, Mr. and Mrs.Natelson, Mr. H. Y. Josephs, Mr. and Mrs. Shenowsky, Mr. G. Mendelson, Mr. and Mrs. F. Kiel, Mr. Solomon, Rabbi and Mrs. Lebendiger, Miss Rosalie and Mr. Maurice Labovitz, and Mr. and Mrs. Labovitz. - - - Change of Address, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fleissner, formerly of Superior moved to Duluth. - - - With the Travelers. Mr. and Mrs. M. Shapiro returned from Minneapolis Monday evening, have motored down for the weekend-Duluth. Miss Sarah Cohen of West Duluth will leave soon for an extended trip to Chicago. Rabbi Luchs will leave Sunday for the range where he will spend a few days continuing his work in organizing Sunday Schools in Virginia, Eveleth, Hibbing, and Chisholm. He will deliver lectures in each of those towns. Mr. Hymen Lewis of Virginia was in Duluth Tuesday on a short business trip. Mr. Walter Goldman of Minneapolis spent last week-end in Duluth. Mr. A. Y. Litman left Thursday, May 11, for the East where he will spend two weeks on a business trip.

1922-06-11_[10] Schapery Resort Company cropped - - 1922-6-11 Ad Schapery’s Place Peterson’s Old Landing route No. 1, Cook, Minn. cropped.

1922-06-15_4 Harry Rabinowtiz of Eveleth. DNT - - 1922-6-15 Duluth News Tribune. Range Nominee Indorsed. American Legion and Women’s Auxillary opost at Chisholm, indorced Miss Bissonette. Range newspaper fraternity rallied to her support. Range Press club of Hibbing, Frank Harris of Chisholm, and Harry Rabinowitz of Eveleth. Also the French club of Hibbing. Interested in election of Miss Bissonette.

1922-06-16_9 David Rabinowitz and Frieda Minsky wed, Duluth cropped AJW - - 1922-6-16 American Jewish World. Rabinowitz-Minsky marriage. Frieda Minsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Minsky, to David Rabinowitz, Duluth. 1159 Sixth street north, Rabbi s. M. Silber and Rev. H. Horwitz of St. Paul. Rose Minsky, Betty Rabinowitz, Mrs. J. Rabinowitz of Des Moines, Mrs. Alfred Minsky, Clarice Minsky, 2912 Thomas avenue home. Guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Rabinowitz of Des Moines, IA, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rabinowitz, daughters Betty, Rose, of Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ginsberg of Aberdeen, S. D. and Mrs. J. Ribnick of Aberdeen, S. D. -- cropped

1922-06-16_9 David Rabinowitz and Frieda Minsky wed, Duluth AJW - - 1922-6-16 American Jewish World. Rabinowitz-Minsky marriage. Frieda Minsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Minsky, to David Rabinowitz, Duluth. 1159 Sixth street north, Rabbi s. M. Silber and Rev. H. Horwitz of St. Paul. Rose Minsky, Betty Rabinowitz, Mrs. J. Rabinowitz of Des Moines, Mrs. Alfred Minsky, Clarice Minsky, 2912 Thomas avenue home. Guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Rabinowitz of Des Moines, IA, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rabinowitz, daughters Betty, Rose, of Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ginsberg of Aberdeen, S. D. and Mrs. J. Ribnick of Aberdeen, S. D. -- full page

1922-06-23_3 Full page with Duluth news - American_Jewish_world - - 1922-6-23 American Jewish World: General news Duluth News. Talmud Torah News Names mentioned...Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hammel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. M. R. Mann, Mrs. R. W. Gottschalk, Mrs. S. Birdie, Mr. and Mrs. I. Freimuth, Mr. and Mrs. Max Wetzler, Mr. and Mrs. Krojanker, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Freimuth, Dr. and Mrs. M. Lefkovits, Mr. Louis Zalk, Theodore Cook, Percy Weinberg, Maurice Bailer, Sylvester Meyers, Fredrich Albenberg. Morris Kohn, Rabbi Israel Teplitz, Samuel Braverman, Marvin Aarons, Helen Segal, Morris Gotkin, Anita Averbook, Alfred Weinberg, Morris Kohn, Hyman Goldfarb, Irene Levine, Mr. S. natelson, Diplomas to Alfred Weinberg, Marvin Aarons, Samuel Braverman, Morris Gotkin, Hyman Goldfarb, Harry Fagel, Max Shershonsky, Hyman Widdes, Louis King, Benjamin Davis, Herbert Samuel, Paul Wiener.

1922-06-23_3 Full page with Duluth news - American_Jewish_world - - 1922-6-23 American Jewish World: High School Graduates. Out of a class of 270 from the Duluth Central High School there are 25 Jews or almost ten per cent of the graduates. The Jewish population of Duluth is only 3 per cent of the entire population of Duluth. (Note: an interesting fact about Jewish students attending high school in Duluth.)

1922-06-25_10 Walter Edelstein violinist DNT - - 1922-6-25 Hempel gives ‘Doll Clothes’ to Hospital. Madam Alda Also Gives Toys, Dolls to Charity Hospital. A new violinist was also heard. He is Walter Edelstein, a pupil of Franz Kneisel. Mr. Edelstein has had considerable experience as a solo violinist, and is looked upon by his teacher as a pupil of exceptional promise.

1922-07-24_8 Hattie Kenner, Samuel L. Goldish engagement DNT - - 1917-7-24 Kenner-Goldish Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kenner. First avenue East, announce the engagement of their daughter Hattie to Samuel L. Goldish of this city.

1922-07-28_9 Esther Kaner and Gertrude Kirby Fort Atkinson - Wisc_tobacco_reporter - - 1922-7-28 Col. 1 Esther Kaner and Gertrude Kirby at Fort Atkinson.

1922-08-04_7 Mr and Mrs Ben Lieberman AJW - - 1922-8-4 American Jewish World: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lieberman, Grand Raoids, Minn. - - - 1922-8-4 Max Wain of Chisholm. mother Mrs. A. Wain. Florence Frisch granddaughter. Eveleyn Frisch guest of sister Mrs. Julius Fligelman.

1922-08-11_1 American_Jewish_world_multiple short article DNT - - 1922-8-11 American Jewish World - - - Mrs. M. Kastriner formerly of Duluth now Chicago. - - - Mr. and Mrs. D. Shibel of Virginia visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. L. Simmond, 420 East Fourth street. - - - Mrs. Ben Monderer and son from Springfield, Mass. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Wetzler. - - - Married Goldfine-Ovetsky. Fanny Ovetsky and Abe Goldfine. - - - Gotkin-Handlovsky. Sally Handlovsky and Tony Gotkin. - - - Mr. and Mrs. M. Bondy guest Mrs. A. Abels of Chicago mother to Mrs. Bondy. - - - Miss Elsie Silberstein visiting East. - - - Miss Becky Sasner of St. Paul, motored to Duluth. - - - Miss Dorothy Kardonsky of St. Paul visiting sister Mrs. J. Litman Jr. of East Fifth street. - - - Miss Isabelle Cohen of 1215 East Third street, returned from Minneapolis after visiting her sister, Mrs. N. Polson. - - - Miss Ida Oreck left for New York on the Steamer Tionesta. - - - Miss Sarah Sinagel, of Minneapolis visiting Miss Isabelle Cohen of 1215 East Third St. - - - Miss Sarah Helstein-Chisholm visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miller of East Fifth Street. - - - Dr. S. N. Litman of Walter Reed Hospital visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Litman of 128 East Fifth St. Will be located at Meadowlands. - - - Dr. Wm Medalie-Shisholm, spent weekend with friends. - - - Rabbi Moses Eckstein of Elmira, N.Y. visited Rabbi Luchs. - - - Miss Ida Oreck New York - - - Miss Ann Hoffman visiting Mrs. J. Litman. - - - Harry Glickman, Rudi Segal, B. Bessler, Joe Rudig of Minneapolis visit schoolmates Felix and Abe Litman of East Fifth St. - - - Mr. e. A. Silberstein business trip N. Y. - - - Mr. L. Traubman visit East business trip. - - - Superior Notes Zionist Picnic August 13. Herman A. Aronsohn, H. Cohen, I. D. Cohen, Alex Shapiro, L. Kempinsky, Mike Shapiro Chas. Arnovitch, Joe Zimmerman, Paul Hyman, Joe Levitan, Hannah Kaner, Edward Lasky, M. A. Rudolph. Albert Mark-Duluth, Nathan Nides-Hibbing, Ben Milavitz-Virginia, Harry Rabinowitz-Eveleth, Harry Goldenberg-Chisholm.

1922-08-27_8 Vacation spots in Minnesota and Wisconsin - - 1922-8-27 Vacation Spots. Ad for Schapery’s

1922-09-17_6 3rd col. Dry Goods Store M. Codel Hibbing, MN cropped DNT - - 1922-9-17 Hibbing Morris Codel Dry Goods Store-Centrally located, must sell stock and fixtures, rent or sell bldg..;ill health cause of selling. M. Codel, 2528 1st ave., South Hibbing, Minn. Cropped

1922-09-17_6 3rd col. Dry Goods Store M. Codel Hibbing DNT - - 1922-9-17 Hibbing Morris Codel Dry Goods Store-Centrally located, must sell stock and fixtures, rent or sell bldg..;ill health cause of selling. M. Codel, 2528 1st ave., South Hibbing, Minn. Full Page

1922-09-17_4 Hibbing Nellie Rutstein & Julius Edelstein wed DNT - - 1922-9-17 Hibbing Girl To Wed. Miss Nellie Rutstein and Julius Edelstein . E. H. Edelstein, 111 First avenue, Brooklyn. Cousins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hallock gave bride away. Badonna Hallock played wedding march.

1922-09-22_53 Rabbi Silber orthodox rabbie serving Minneapolis 20 years AJW - - 1922-9-22 New Year Greetings From rabbi S. M. Silber. Photo. - - - The Kenesseth Israel oldest orthodox synagogue on the North Side of Minneapolis. History, photo. Sixth and Lyndale.

1922-09-30_12 Arthur and Julius Edelstein DNT - - 1922-9-30 Merit Badges, Emblems Given Scouts In Court Of Honor. Julius Edelstein.

1922-10-06_17 Samuel Wides American_Jewish_world - - 1922-10-6 Mr. and Mrs. David G. Hirschman of 690 Dayton avenue, announced the marriage of their daughter, Ethel, to Mr. William Widdes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Widdes, of Duluth, on Sunday, September 3.

1922-12-25_2 Miss Sophie Cohen violin solo DNT - - 1922-12-25 Superior Hospitals, Mission Hear Musical Programs. Miss Sophie Cohen violin solos.

1922-12-29_14 Joseph Grais AJW - - 1922-12-29 American Jewish World: Club Notes. The Semitix Club. Joseph Graais president. Ted Fishbein vice president, Louis Greene secretary, Nathan Gottlieb treasurer. Basketball league.

1928-06-29_2 Berson wedding Jewish Chronicle - - 1928-6-29 Wedding Bells. The wedding of Miss Estelle Berson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berson, of 173 Johnson avenue, and Joseph Tabin of Brooklyn., son of Mrs. Fannie Tabin, took place Sunday evening, June 17, in Chalif's New York. the ceremony, which was held at 6:30 o'clock, was performed by Rabbi Ebins, of Bensonhurst, assisted by Cantor L. Eskowilz and a choir of twentty-five. Miss Pauline Berson, sister of the bride attended as maid of honor. Mrs. Rose Kahn, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, and the bridesmaids included the Misses Edith Grossman, of Newark; Irene Frost, of Montclair; Rose Pross, of Astoria, L. I.: Sylvia Morgenstern, of Brooklyn; Mildred Sandler, of New York, and Gertrude Frost, of Montclair. Sam Tabin, cousin of the bride-groom, served as best man an the ushers were Isadore Berson, brother of the bride; Carl Edelstein and Sol Berson of Newark; Nathan Grossman and Harold Berson of Newark and Max Beerman of Brooklyn. The flower girls were Lucille Talbin, niece of the bridegroom, and Evelyn Kahn, cousin of the bride. Sheldon Kahn swerved as ring bearer. A gown of duchess lace trimmed with pearls, tulle and orange blossoms was worn by the bride. Her veil, which was arranged in cap fashion, was of tulle and duchess lace trimmed also with pearls and orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of bridal roses and lilies of the valley. The bride's mother wore a silver and gold sequin dress, and the bridegroom's mother a black and silver sequin dress. The maid of honor was attired in green taffeta and tulle, her flowers being yellow roses. The matron of honor's gown was a beaded dress of white with cerise trimming. The bridesmaids wore gowns of taffeta and tulle in pastel shades. After a trip to Canada, the couple will reside at 140 Chancellor avenue.

1929-12-20_7 Double engagement Berson Weissman Jewish Chronicle - - 1929-12-20 New Jersey: Double Engagement In Two Families. A double engagement in the families of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berson of 356 Hunterdon street and Mr. and Mrs. Josepeh Weissman of 540 Valley street. Orange has been announced. Miss Mollie Berson is engaged to Max Weissman and Miss Mollie Weissman is engaged to Benjamin Berson. A double wedding will be performed February 22 at Schary Manor.

1930-02-28_7 Double Wedding Weisman-Molly Weisman and Benjamin Berson Molly Berson and Mac Weisman Rabbi Joseph Wolf Jewish Chronicle - - 1930-2-28 New Jersey: Double Wedding Ceremony Held. A double wedding took place last Saturday-evening in athe families of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weisman of 540 Valley street, Orange, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berson, of 356 Hunterdon street, when Miss Mollly Weisman was married to Benjamin Berson, and Miss Molly Berson became the bride of Mac Weisman. The ceremony was performed at Schary Manor by Rabbi Joseph Wolf of New York. Attending Miss Weisman was her sister, Mrs. David Berlin, as her matron of honor, and Miss Berson's sister, Mrs. Ernest Krauss as her matron of honor. Isadore Berson was his brother's best man and Lee Sherman, Mr. Weisman's best man. The ushers included Sol Berson, David Feldman, Dory Berson, Jay J. Seigal, Abe Wagner, Michael Schockett, Mac Rauchbach, Rod Soskin, Nat Ruderman, Max Weisman, Philip Shurkin and Mark Lazer. Miss Weisman wore a Vionnet model ivory satin gown with a cap-shaped tulle veil. Miss Berson was gowned in eggshell satin in the princess style and also wore a cap-shaped tulle veil. Both carried calla lilies.

1930-03-28_7 Pauline Berson and Jack Flowers marriage Jewish Chronicle - - 1930-3-28 New Jersey: Flower-Berson Wedding. Miss Pauline Berson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berson, of 173 Johnson avenue, became the bride of Jack Flowers, of New York, Sunday evening, March 9. The ceremony, which was performed by Rev. Roman of New York, assisted by Cantor Berele Chagy of Newark, took place at 163 West Fifty-seventh street, New York. A dinner and reception for 150 couples followed. The bride wore an ivory satin gown made in the the princess mode and a cap-shaped veil caught on the sides of the head with orange blossoms. She carried a sheaf of clla lilies. Miss Florence Berson attended her sister as maid of honor, and George Schultz of New York, was best man. The bridesmaids were the Misses Edith Grossman and Anne Cohen of Newark; Minna Sandler, Frances Platterfine and Marion Stillman, of New York. the ushers were Harold and Isadore Berson, brothers of the bride; Benjamin Nadale, Milton Venetian and Joseph Blume, of New York. After a trip through the South, the couple will live at 439 Elizabeth avenue.

1932-07-24_1 Dr. Marcus Rabwin, attending physician to Ziegfeld San_Diego_Union - - 1932-7-24 San Diego Union: M. Shapiro of Duluth, pioneer resident of the range, is renewing acquaintances among old residents of Virginia today.

1932-07-24_8 Dr. Marcus Rabwin San_Diego_Union - - 1932-7-24 San Diego Union: Miss Pauline Rabinowitz, a teacher in the Eveleth schools, visited here with Virginia friends last evening.

1940-11-18_22 Mrs. Marcella Rabin horses San_Diego_Union - - 1940-11-18 San Francisco Chronical. “The Double O” And Here, Gentlemen, Is Real Love For Horses. By Oscar Otis. Mrs. Rawin. (Rabinowitz) horse racing.

1960-05-23 Nathanson, Maxine - Mrs Joseph - - 1960-05-23 Mrs Joseph Nathanson - Woman behind the man - Jewish Leader keeps Zoo for her children

1961-04-24_16 Samuel Grais affiliated w social agencies in MN cropped Grand_Rapids_Press - - 1961-4-24 Grand Rapids Press: Samuel Grais Indian Affairs - Cropped

1961-04-24_16 Samuel Grais affiliated w social agencies in MN Grand_Rapids_Press - - 1961-4-24 Grand Rapids Press: Samuel Grais Indian Affairs - Full page

1968-02-03_7 Ronnie Esther Goldish Dr. Romberg wed Boston_Herald - - 1968-2-3 Bostan Hearld Miss goldish to Wed Dr. Romberg. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Goldish of Tuls, Okla. Engagement Miss Ronnie Esther Goldish to Dr. Henry Charles Romberg. So of Mrs. Abraham L. Finesinger and the late Dr. Eli C. Romberg.

1973-03-29_25 Max Mendelsohn obituary cropped Chicago_Daily_News - - 1911-12-1 Bismark Daily Tribune Max Mendelsohn and Miss Jennie Siegel of Fargo were united in the holy bonds of wedlock, the young couple plightig their troth according to the rites of the Jewish church.

1973-03-29_25 Max Mendelsohn obituary cropped Chicago_Daily_News - - 1973-3-29 Chicago Daily News Max Mendelsohn obituary.

1974-09-27_43 Jane Bearman Newark_Star-Ledger - - 1974-9-27 Newark Star-Ledger Jane Bearman artist.

1986-07-17_67 Jacob Goldish obit Plain_Dealer - - 1986 Jacob Goldish obituary

1992-09-07_116 Aaron & Elias Siegel 1905 John Ave. Superior Milwaukee_Sentinel - - 1992-9-7 Milwaukee Sentinel Aaron Siegel Unclaimed Land 1905 Jo0hn Ave. Superior

2020-11-29 Bob Dylan_ The Lost Bar Mitzvah Tapes - - Untold Dylan - Bob Dylan: The Lost Bar Mitzvah Tapes - - Pastor Wendell Helgason of the Wesley United Methodist Church, in Hibbing, discovered a rare artifact in the basement of the Church last Easter Sunday. It was an audio tape recording from the days before the Church moved in and took over the mortgage from the former owners, the Agudath Achim Synagogue which closed its doors in 1964 due to a dwindling local Jewish population. - - When Pastor Helgason dusted off and activated the old Sony reel to reel he was intrigued at first by the melodic chanting which he assumed to be the young men’s Hebrew choir. It turned out to be the Synagogue Cantor’s own recording of each boy’s Bar Mitzvah rehearsal. He was about to turn off the tape when he heard a distinct voice that he immediately recognized. "I would know that nasal sound anywhere,”Pastor Wendell said, bursting with hometown pride. “No mistaking that voice belonged to the prodigal son of Hibbing."

2020-11-29 Bob Dylan_ The Lost Bar Mitzvah Tapes - - 1966-09-13_17 David Hiram Margolien Boston_Record_American - - an ad for David Hiram Margolien in Boston as a tool maker.


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