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The Marinoff family consisted of Meyer and Leah Marinoff and their children: Israel (Mike), Jacob, Louis, Sam and Fania. Leah Marinoff died shortly after Fania was born and Meyer married Schonenchaya and she and her daughter Sarah became part of the family. The Marinoffs immigrated to the United States in 1993.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Family at Meyer Marinoff's Grave, c. 1908

Identifier: B420.01.0001.0002.00001

Photo sleeve contains a photograph of the Jack, Mike, their sisters and others at the site of Meyer Marinoff's grave.

Dates: c. 1908

Jacob Marinoff Papers and Photographs

Identifier: B420
Abstract Jacob Marinoff was a founder and the first superintendent of the JCRS Sanatorium in 1906. He served as the field secretary for four years, doing press and propaganda work in Yiddish. He was also involved in The Sanatorium, a journal from the JCFRS Press and Propaganda Committee. Jacob Marinoff was born in Russia in 1869 and immigrated United States in 1893. He came to Denver in 1895. He married May Charsky, the sister-in-law of Dr. Charles Spivak, in 1899. They were divorced and Jacob...
Dates: 1893-1970

Marinoff Family, 1893

Identifier: B420.01.0001.0002.00002
Abstract The photograph shows Meyer Marinoff, his second wife Schonechaya, her daughter Sarah at the left of the photograph, and the children of Meyer and his first wife Leah Marinoff. The children of Meyer and Leah Marinoff identified in the photograph are Israel (Mike), Jacob, Louis, Sam and Fania. Leah Marinoff died shortly after Fania was born. A women in the photograph is identified as Libby. The Marinoffs in the photograph immigrated to Boston in the mid 1890s. Fania Marinoff was orphaned at...
Dates: 1893

Marinoff Family in New York

Identifier: B420.01.0001.0002.00006

Shows the extended Marinoff family in front of an synagogue in New York.

Dates: 1893-1970