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|Named Person:||Solomon family.; Prystowsky family.|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Marilyn Solomon Brilliant
|Notes:||Related to Aaron Solomon Papers, 1924-1967, at the South Carolina Historical Society, regarding Blue Laws.|
|Description:||.5 linear ft|
Also included are Solomon family photographs (1880s-1980s, bulk 1930s-50s, candid snapshots), images of Aaron Solomon receiving awards, and photocopied photo album (1934) compiled by A. Solomon while at Charleston High School.
Sam Solomon Company papers (1960s) contain mock-up designs for sporting goods, men's gifts and dolls (Tressy and Teenie Weenie Tiny Tears), catalog pages, photographs (1940s-1960s) of 484 King and 338 East Bay locations, and miscellaneous ephemera and clippings (1960s).
Aaron Solomon's Jewish Community Center affiliation is documented by JCC budget reports and financial statements (1964-1970), Evaluative Committee correspondence (1969-70), questionnaires, and final report. Free Mason-Scottish Rite papers contain commemorative booklet (1924) from Charleston Supreme Council meeting, typed excerpts from Masonic ceremonies, and group photographs (1950s). Miscellaneous material includes Jewish interest pamphlets and clippings (1960s-80s) and photocopies of bill of sale (1945) for 180-182 Rutledge Avenue.
- Solomon family.
- Prystowsky family.
- Jews -- South Carolina -- Charleston -- History.
- Jews -- South Carolina -- Charleston -- Correspondence.
- Jewish families -- South Carolina -- Charleston -- History.
- Jewish merchants -- South Carolina -- Charleston -- History.
- Sam Solomon Company, Inc. (Charleston, S.C.)
- Dolls -- Catalogs.
- Jewish Community Center (Charleston, S.C.)
- Scottish Rite (Masonic order). -- Supreme Council of the Thirty-Third Degree for the Southern Jurisdiction.