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Leo Finkelstein Papers, 1903 - 1998

This collection contains materials relating to Leo Finkelstein, resident of Asheville, North Carolina, the Asheville Lions Club, and the Beth Ha-Tephila Cemetery in Asheville. It contains computer discs, notes, scrapbooks, book drafts, correspondence, photographs, programs, fliers, and other materials related Leo Finkelstein, his wife Sylvia, and the Lions Club, Elks Club, and Jewish Community in Asheville, North Carolina.

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Harry and Fannye Sherman Finkelstein wedding; circa 1904

Leo and Sylvia Finkelstein, circa 1980

Group Photo, Party of Asheville, NC, Jewish Community, circa 1920

Group Photo, Costume Party of Asheville, NC, Jewish Community, circa 1920

Group of children in front of car, Asheville, NC, 1910s

Plaque, Lion of Judah Award Presented to Leo Finkelstein, 1997

Father of Leo Finkelstein in front of car, circa 1910

Deputy sheriff certificate for Leo Finkelstein, 1936

Asheville, NC Convention badge for Leo Finkelstein, 1933