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Scope and Content Note
The Esther Surasky Pinck Papers consist of correspondence and newspaper clippings, relating to the Pinck, Surasky, and Polier families, together with concert, literary, and drama programs, newsletters, photographs, citations, poems, and memorabilia. The papers contain information on Mrs. Pinck’s years at Winthrop and her extensive work for Jewish causes, such as the United Jewish Appeal, the Jewish National Fund, Technion, Hadassah, and the Hebrew Home for the Aged. There is also a biographical file on Mrs. Pinck’s husband, Dr. Louis A. Pinck, who was a chemist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Mrs. Esther S. Pinck deposited her papers with the Archives on December 6, 1979.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Esther Surasky Pinck Papers - Accession 293". Finding Aid 333.
LC Subject Headings
Pinck, Esther Surasky, 1891-1990--Archives; Pinck, Louis A.; Pinck family; Surasky family; Polier family; Winthrop Normal and Industrial College--Alumni and alumnae; Jewish college students--Social life and customs; Jews--Southern States; United Jewish Appeal; Jewish National Fund; Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America