Letter from Capt. Franklin Cohn to Pvt. Sam Glass from the Regimental Infirmary of the 51st Artillery at Camp Jackson, SC. The letter is a notice of a religious service being held by the Jewish Welfare Board and also notes Rabbi Dr. Jacob S. Raisin conducting the services. The back of the letter also includes a handwritten list of names and personal notes.
Souvenir card and registration certificate given to Isaac W. Hirsch from the 25th Annual Reunion of the United Confederate Veterans held in Richmond, Virginia. The card notes Hirsch's registration at the registration office in Richmond.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of French army officer Alfred Dreyfus with his lawyer Edgar Demange during his 1899 trial for treason. Published in the September 2, 1899, edition of Harper's Weekly.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction with a portrait of French army officer Alfred Dreyfus during his 1899 trial for treason, from a sketch by Dr. Benoit Cimino. Published in the August 26, 1899, edition of Harper's Weekly.
Certificate from the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution noting Armida Cohen Emanuel as an approved member. The certificate also notes Marks Lazarus, Samuel Mordecai, and Myer Moses as serving in the Revolutionary War.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of the interior of the Synagogue de Nazareth, located on the Rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth, in Paris during the funeral service of Commandant Léon Franchetti, killed in the battle of Champigny. Published in the January 1, 1871, edition of L'Univers illustré.
Letter to Edgar M. Lazarus from C. J. Elford regarding Lazarus' application for pardon. Elford states he has procured a pardon for Lazarus and asks for him to sign the acceptance to make to complete the process.
Amnesty Oath certificate stating Edgar M. Lazarus had taken the oath and filed a petition for pardon under President Andrew Johnson. The certificate also states that Lazarus' petition had been approved and his pardon recommended to the President.