Harry, Helen, & Evelyn Lubow (1297-1299)

Harry, Helen, & Evelyn Lubow Following the death of her husband William, Bessie Kahan Lubow was left alone to raise her three young children. Although she was the beneficiary of a life insurance policy administered by B’nai B’rith’s Birmingham...

Ben, Mollie, & Jacob Greenberg (1102-1104)

Ben, Mollie, & Jacob Greenberg Polish-born Samuel (S.I.) Greenberg, the first service leader and shochet at Congregation Ahavath Achim in Tyler, Texas, died of pneumonia in 1905. Two years later, his wife, the former Jennie Bergman, sent to the Home their three...

Bessie & Etta Berger (794-795)

Bessie & Etta Berger In 1893, following the deaths of their parents, the causes of which were not recorded, two-year-old Bessie Berger and her one-year-old sister, Etta, were admitted to the Home from Birmingham, Alabama. Within a year, Bessie was discharged to...

Kronenberg Siblings (1281-1284)

Kronenberg Siblings: Archie, Isadore, Louis, and Altie In September 1914, in Dallas, Texas, Rachel Yonack Kronenberg died during the birth of her fifth child. Her widowed husband, David, was unable to support the family and by December admitted the four eldest...

Beulah Blondheim (1268)

Beulah Blondheim aNative Virginian Solomon Blondheim and his wife, the former Gussie Brash of Florida, ran a restaurant on Greensboro Avenue in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. They had one child, Beulah, who was born in 1911. Three years later, Gussie died. On the recommendation...