Moritz Winter papers, 1910-1956.

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Winter, Moritz, b. 1886. Moritz Winter papers, 1910-1956.

Moritz Winter papers, 1910-1956.

The collection includes doctoral and rabbinical certificates from Germany; clippings (1941-1956); a musical program autographed by Yehudi Menuhin; a scrapbook; two letters from Rabbi William Stern; and a photograph of Rabbi Winter giving an Eternal Light Medal to the first Jewish Boy Scout in Oakland to have received the honor.

1 folder and 1 oversize folder.

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Stern, William, 1897-1965

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Winter, Moritz, 1886-

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Menuhin, Yehudi, 1916-1999

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An American violinist, Yehudi Menuhin was engaged in 1947 by Two Continent Pictures to appear and play in a projected moving picture named Delirium and an associated short movie; and later for a series of short films. He suggested changes in the script and performed the Mendelssohn Concerto for Delirium, but the picture apparently was not completed, nor were the short films although 22 reels were recorded and photographed. From the description of Letters and other papers relating to ...