Winifred Lippman Papers, 1930-2007, bulk 1954-2001 (S0188)
5 cubic feet, 377 photographs, 5 video tapes
The papers of Winifred Lippman contain correspondence, photographs, video tapes, an oral history interview, newspaper clippings, and organizational records documenting Lippman's seventy-year career as a Labor activist and her work for the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.
John Henry Pohlman Papers, 1938-1949 (S0282)
2.4 cubic feet (52 folders, 16 photographs, 1 photographic negative)
The John Henry Pohlman Papers contain correspondence, military orders, and case files pertaining to Pohlman's service in the United States Army during and after World War II. The papers include the case files Pohlman created while working as a legal officer prosecuting Nazi war crimes cases in 1947 as part of the 7708 War Crimes Group.
Addition of annual meeting minutes, 1986-2015; board of trustee minutes, 2010-2016; sisterhood minutes, 1935-1986; and miscellaneous material. See also C3914.
The records of Temple Beth El, a synagogue in Jefferson City, MO, include legal papers, by-laws, minutes, newspaper clippings, and correspondence that document the temple's history from its origination as the Jefferson City Hebrew Cemetery Association to its 100th Anniversary in 1983.