Isaac Victor's Violin Case, between 1914-1922
Isaac Victor was a violinist from Russia who first entered the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society as a patient in 1914. He was admitted for the last time and died in 1922. His patient numbers were 2859, 3912, 4537, and 6133. An autographed photograph was found in the violin case.
- between 1914-1922
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1 Items (case) ; 11 x 79 x 26 centimeters
Scope and Contents
This series includes religious, medical, printing, administrative, trophies, and other types of objects used at the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. Examples of objects are Torah scrolls, embroidered towels made by a patient, a Hebrew Corona typewriter, printing cases and type, and a chess trophy.
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Title supplied by archivist. ||The photograph was removed from the violin case and placed in JCRS Records, B002.04.0217.00020.
11 x 79 x 26 centimeters
- From the Collection: Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.) (Organization)