This memorial photograph album documents the funeral of Moshe Yidel Gelbart. Gelbart died of appendicitis on February 25, 1935, in Mogielnica, Poland. The album, made of fabric and paper, contains black and white photographs that chronicle Gelbart's funeral procession, his casket, mourners, and gravesite, including an image of Gelbart with his wife and son eight days before his death. The cover of this book pictures a broken candle and a broken tree, symbolic of a life cut short. Each page includes decorative labels in Hebrew. This album was given to one of his two brothers, George Goldberg or Israel Geldbart, in South Carolina.
Black-and-white illustration of the interior of the Türkischer Tempel (Turkish Temple) in Vienna during the celebration of Shavuot. From the calendar card for the youth service of the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien, dated June 1, 1935.
Photograph of eleven members of the Avery men's basketball team in uniform on the main stairccase at the Avery Institute. The coach stands to one side and one player holds a plaque that reads "S.C. State… First Place Boys." A basketball sits in front of the players that reads "Avery '35.
Black-and-white image depciting left side of north view of McLeod Plantation. Writing on image reads, "McLeod Residence. James Island near Charleston, S.C." Writing on back of image reads, "McLeod House 1854 built, Photograph by Howard R. Jacobs. About 1935."