The Harold V. Cohen Collection, 1926-1993
Harold V. Cohen was a motion picture and drama critic for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from 1929 to 1969. These papers include newspaper clippings, correspondence, "Drama Desk" columns, and photographs of Cohen alongside various celebrities.
Harold Cohen and Ingrid Bergman, undated
The Corinne Azen Krause Collection, 1845-2002
Historian Corinne Azen Krause conducted research regarding the social history of Jews that resulted in a documented oral history project and published books and articles. Included are originals and photocopies of certificates, handwritten research notes, oral history transcripts, presentation and exhibit drafts, programs, various materials related to organizational membership, and newspaper clippings.
Photograph of Rabbi Ashinsky from the Corinne Azen Krause collection, undated
The Richard E. Rauh Collection, 1863-2005
The history of the Rauh family in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania began in 1870 when Solomon Rauh, a dry-goods merchant, moved to the city. Since that time, four generations of Rauhs have been involved in the Jewish community, in civic affairs, in music and theater arts, and in philanthropy. These papers include personal and professional correspondence, news clippings, scrapbooks, travel souvenirs, personal documents, genealogical records, and materials related to local political, social, and arts organizations and activities.
Bertha F. and Enoch Rauh with children Richard S. and Helen B., c.1897