Conversations with Judge Richard Gergel and Robert Rosen

Dr. Leon Banov: A Renaissance Man

The Pollitzer Sisters: Fighters for Women’s Rights

Rosa Hirschmann Gantt: Pioneering Doctor and Suffragette

A Legend in Her Own Time: The Life of Libby Levinson

Louise Levi Marcus: Behind the Counter in Eutawville, SC

Patty Levi Barnett: Steel Magnolia

Doris Levkoff Meddin: To Make the World a Better Place

L’dor v’dor: A Daughter’s Perspective

My Mother and the New State of Israel

Regina Greene (née Kawer): A Woman of Valor

“Miz Clara”

Turning Out the Lights

Growing Up Jewish in Camden

Holding On: Temple B’Nai Israel of Anderson

Building a Memorial in Marion Square 

“The ‘Kingdom of Israel’ in this town”

From Pineland to Flowertown: Jewish Merchants of Summerville

Albert & Sons: The Schneiders of Georgetown

The Rosen Family

The Fogels of Front Street

Max and Trude Heller: Giving Back to Greenville

“I don’t run from nobody!” Hyman Rubin, Sr.

Isadore E. Lourie: Advocate for the Underprivileged

Columbia’s Jewish Merchants: A Storied Past

Eutawville: A View from the North

South of the Border

A History of the Jewish Community in Florence

Southern Jewish Summer Camp

Recollections of Growing Up in Aiken

Suraskys and Poliers: The Old World Meets the New

From White Russia to Aiken County: The Kaplan Family’s Story

Aboard the Huddleston: WW II Diaries of Dr. A. Ellis Poliakoff, Cpt., US Army Medical Corps

“H” is for Hebrew: a Jewish Combat Soldier and Prisoner of War

A View from the Foxhole: Sam Siegel’s Story

Report from the Front: Lt. Earl Mazo

A Few Among Many: South Carolina’s Jewish WWII Veterans

Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina



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