Scope and Contents
This collection consists of clippings, telegrams, greeting cards, photographs, and other materials collected by Itzkovitz family members from the 1890s to 1994. Family members include Charles Itzkovitz (1877-1930), Mollie Friedman Itzkovitz (1876-1936), Ethel Segall Itzkovitz (1908-1985), Isidore Itzkovitz (1904-1997), Charles Itzkovitz (b. 1934), and Jacqueline McLean Itzkovitz. Many of the documents are located in scrapbooks. The photographs are organized by family group.
- Creation: 1890 - 1994
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on accessing material in this collection.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright restrictions may apply. Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.
Biographical / Historical
The Itzkovitz (also Iczkovitz) family has been part of the Jewish community in Savannah, Georgia, since the late 1890s. Charles Itzkovitz (1877-1930) and Mollie Friedman (1876-1936) came to the United States from Russia in the last quarter of the 19th Century. They were married in Savannah on December 27, 1898. Their children were Rosalie (1900-1996), Dora "Dinky" (1901-1957), Isidore Aaron (1904-1997), David (1908-1999), and Miriam [Ehrlich] (b. 1910).
Isidore Aaron Itzkovitz married Ethel Segall (1908-1985) on January 3, 1932. They had two boys: Charles (b. 1934) and Murry Irwin (1936-1975). Charles Itzkovitz (b. 1934) married Jacqueline McLean on June 10, 1961. They had three boys: Mark Jonathan (b. 1963), Daniel Lee (b. 1964), and Jordan Ari (b. 1968).
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Language of Materials
The Itzkovitz (also Iczkovitz) family has been part of the Jewish community in Savannah, Georgia, since the late 1890s. Charles Itzkovitz (1877-1930) and Mollie Friedman (1876-1936) came to the United States from Russia in the last quarter of the 19th Century. The items in this collection consist of clippings, telegrams, greeting cards, and other materials collected by Itzkovitz family members from the 1890s to 1994.
The records are arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically within each file.
The Itzkovitz Family Papers are part of the Savannah Jewish Archives that were transferred to the Breman Museum from the Georgia Historical Society in 2015.
Oversize Materials. Textile removed to textile cabinet.
- Itzkovitz Family Papers, Mss 348
- M.J. Belanger (2002), L.M. Spracher (2002), L. Stoudt (2014), J. Kane (2015).
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
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