Descendants of Naftali David Goldberg Papers
Scope and Contents
Hebrew prose and verse diary (with English translation) of Israel Sender Goldberg, son of Naftali David. The diarist was born in the village of Solowitz, lived in Slonim, and came to the U.S. in 1903. The diary was kept sporadically from 1895 to 1917. Memoirs (in English) of Matityahu (Mates) Goldberg. These concern his experiences in the Kovno Ghetto as well as postwar times in Germany and Israel. Family tree and recent family photographs. Diary of Norman Goldberg of Tarrytown, NY. In English, describes family milestones during the years 1958-1977.
- Creation: 1895-1990s
- Goldberg family (Family)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Date of acquisition: May 1997. Accession number: 39/97.
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