Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Folder containes fourteen nomination letters suggesting Maria Lowenstein for the Americans by Choice Distinguished Citizen Award including letter from the DAR and the YWCA. Also included is the citizenship day even program from September 17, 1972 and two newspaper clipplings with Maria mentioned and pictured. Lastly a letter from Henry in 1988 informing the Citizenshp Day committee of his mothers passing in 1982 after they had invited her to the celebration.
Overview Rabbi Samuel Baskin served in pulpits in Denver, Salt Lake City, and Brooklyn. His son, Rabbi Bernard Baskin, temporarily replaced Rabbi Herbert Friedman at Temple Emanuel when the latter became a wartime chaplain from 1944 to 1947. He retired after 40 years at a liberal synagogue in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Bernard's wife was Marjorie Schatz, known and admired for her expertise in metallurgy, health care, social service, and Jewish community affairs. Elfrieda Erlich was Marjorie Shatz's...
Scope and Contents Contains the Naturalization Certificate of Bernard Hurwitz (1887) and a Certificate from "The Provisional Executive Commitee for General Zionist Affairs to Bernard Hurwitz "in recognition of services rendered to the Zionist Cause during the Emergency of the Great War."
Scope and Contents Folder contains identity papers, work documents, passports, immigration papers, Air Force documents, naturalization papers, and 1938 Nakhshon Limited shares from Haifa.
Scope and Contents Folder contains documents pertaining to the US citizenship of Henry Lowenstein: naturalization certificate, letter regarding naturalization and receipt from county clerk, SSN card, and a German identification document from 1939 with the Nazi Party stamp on it- perhaps a sort of birth verification certificate.
Overview A cotton American flag with thirteen horizontal stripes, seven red and six white, with 48 white stars on a blue field in the upper left corner. This flag was presented to Israel Smith when he became a U.S. citizen at the age of 21, ca.1927.
Overview Final certificate of Naturalization form of Joe M. Siegman. The form is an official State of Illinois certificate affirming the naturalization of Joe M. Siegman previously from Austria. Document is signed in black ink by Henry Wulff, clerk of the County Court of Cook County in Illinois. Document is dated December 4th, 1893.
Overview A triplicate copy of Max Lowenstein's Declaration of Intention for naturalization. The form is an official U. S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service form filled out with a typewriter and signed By Max Lowenstein and the deputy clerk. The form includes Max's current address, brief physical description, birthplace, where he originally came to in the U. S. and where from, and information on Marie, Karin and Henry. A small photograph of Henry is attached.
Overview Morris Eber was born in 1879 and immigrated from Russia in 1892. He married Ida and they had two children, Bessie and Helen. He lived in Denver, owned Eber’s Grocery Store and worked in Real Estate. One framed certificate stating that Morris Eber is hereby a citizen of the United States. The certificate is issued by the District Court of the second judicial district, County of Arapahoe, State of Colorado. Stamped October 13, 1900.