Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Ben Z. Grenald (formerly Greenwald) Family papers
Content Description Ben Grenald, member of the Louisville Jewish Greenwald family, spent most of his childhood and youth in Louisville. His family papers consist of photos, correspondence, clippings, public school documents, Louisville College of Pharmacy 1942 commencement items, and materials related to his family’s automobile sales and supply business. There is also an unedited transcript of a 2000 oral history interview with Ben by the Jewish Museum of Florida that includes recollections of Grenald’s...
Dates: circa 1928-2000
Sara Landau papers
Scope and Contents The Sara Landau papers date from 1905 to 1986. These papers fully document Landau's life as a teacher, world traveler, economist, and enthusiast of life. There is enough correspondence to document her genuine care for people and her feelings about life, travel, and teaching. The reference materials show her continuing thirst for knowledge in her field of economics, and the educational materials support her enthusiasm for the educational process.This large collection has been...