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  • Tags: Leo Finkelstein

107_01_Fam_M.pdf
Finkelstein explains his family's past, beginning in 1799 in Lithuania and ending with his life in Asheville.

107_cd2_01_certif_M.pdf
Leo Finkelstein was awarded the title of "Most Memorable" in 1997 at a talent show in Green Tree Ridge.

107_cd1_09_santim_M.pdf
An article about the music group "Sanctimonious Seven" that Leo Finkelstein joined when he started learning piano after his retirement from pawnbroking.

107_cd1_07_leocli_M.pdf
A newspaper clipping about Leo Finkelstein's life after he retired and a brief overview of his career as a pawnbroker.

107_03_05_Scrapbooks_02_Photocopies_M.pdf
A conglomeration of papers Leo collected over his lifetime, from newspaper clippings about a bookmobile and his father's death to letters from the Buncombe County library. It includes pictures from the Asheville Lions Club and Leo's years serving the…

107_02_07_MrsBein_M.pdf
Information about Sylvia's mother, Rose Bein, and her death in 1960. Includes letter correspondence between Leo and friends and papers about the inheritance money.

107_01_26_Advertisement_Asheville_PoorMansBank_M.pdf
An advertisement for buying Leo's books: Asheville and the Poor Man's Bank.

107_01_13_LeoFinkelstein_DeclarationForNaturalDeath_M.pdf
Leo and Sylvia Finkelstein's declaration for a natural death instead of life extending by extraordinary means.