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Adelstein, Stanford M., 1931-



Stanford M. Adelstein is a son of Morris Adelstein of Northwestern Engineering Company in South Dakota. Stanford Mark Adelstein was born on August 19, 1931 in Sioux City, Iowa. Stanford Adelstein met Ita Korn at Temple Emanuel in Denver, Colorado while he was freshman at the University of Colorado. They were married on December 19, 1952. Stanford Adelstein joined Northwestern Engineering in 1957, after serving in the Army Corps of Engineers. Stanford Adelstein and his family moved to Rapid City, South Dakota, where he became president of Northwestern Engineering Company in 1968. Stanford Adelstein was a South Dakota State Representative and Senator for many years. He is also active in helping the Lakota Sioux in South Dakota, particularly in developing future engineers. Donor. (Paving The Way: The Life of Morris E. Adelstein). Stanford M. Adelstein (R), South Dakota State Senator, 32nd Dist. See

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Morris E. Adelstein (Northwestern Engineering Company) Papers

Identifier: B207
Abstract Morris Adelstein was born in Des Moines, Iowa on June 2, 1894. His parents had immigrated from Russia and settled in Des Moines, Iowa. His mother Bailey Adelstein Martinsky homesteaded land in South Dakota in 1910 and moved with her youngest daughters to Kadoka, South Dakota. Morris Adelstein graduated from Highland Park College in Des Moines with a degree in englineering. After serving in the Army as an engineer during World War I, he joined his mother in Kadoka and was elected as the...
Dates: Other: between 1919-2005

Publications, 1944-1945, 2005

Identifier: B207.02
Scope and Contents

Series contains 1 folder with two issues of The National Jewish Monthly and a book on Morris E. Adelstein and Northwestern Engineering Company.

Dates: 1944-1945, 2005

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