Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
B’nai B’rith Women (Birmingham, Ala.) Records, 1955-1956, consisting of a scrapbook.
Dixie Minatra worked for Rich's Department Store, which would later become known as Federated Department Store. The papers include annual reports, magazines, Rich Bits, newspaper articles, directories, and documents related to the history of Rich's and Federated Department Stores.
Two Scrapbooks featuring officers and their escorts, and a plaque of the twelve tribes of Israel.
Levite Jewish Community Center (Birmingham, Ala.) Records consisting of records, c.1929-2006, including bulletins, newsletters, fliers, programs, and minutes; yearbooks from the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization District 7, 1973-1975; and a felt banner from Louis Pizitz A.Z.A. Chapter 1212.
The Sewelowitz Hebrew Free Loan Association (Birmingham, Ala.) was established in 1910 as the Birmingham Free Loan Society. It was renamed in 1946 to honor the work of founding member Sam Sewelowitz. The mission of the organization was to provide interest free loans to members of the Jewish community of Birmingham. The collection consists of minutes, correspondence and financial records.