This collection records the stories of Jewish immigration to Detroit, focusing on memories of the subject’s native homeland and their journey to the United States and Detroit.
This collection documents the history of the Women’s Philanthropy department of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit through the personal recollection and reflection of women who served as a president, campaign chair and staff members. The stories explore the role of women in leadership positions and the events that shaped Women’s Philanthropy since its inception in 1946.
The Albert and Pauline Dubin
This collection includes stories from influential leaders, philanthropists, and those who have helped to shape the Detroit Jewish community.