Surasky Family Papers - Accession 250 - M115 (147)
Accession 250 - M115 (147)
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Scope and Content Note
The Surasky Family Papers consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, reminiscences, poetry, and other papers mostly photocopies. Of particular interest are a reminiscence by Esther Pinck entitled “Remembrance of Things Past”, concerned with the Jewish experience in Aiken, SC; papers related to Mina Tropp, a painter who developed a unique medium of painting with flora and who is also published poet; and letters of Judge Justine Wise Polier, well known Juvenile Court judge in New York. Collection is almost all photocopies.
The Surasky Family Papers were deposited with the Archives by various members of the family including Mina Tropp, and Judge Justine Wise Polier via Dr. Arnold Shankman, Winthrop History Department on June 4, 1979. 1 piece was deposited with the Archives by Mina Tropp via Dr. Arnold Shankman on January 26, 1987,
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Surasky Family Papers - Accession 250 - M115 (147)". Finding Aid 212.
LC Subject Headings
Surasky family--Archives; Persky, Esther Surasky, 1899-1985; Tropp, Mina Surasky, 1897-1990; Polier, Justine Wise, 1903-1987--Correspondence; Jews--South Carolina--Aiken--History