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Guide to the Eugenie Fribourg family photographs and ephemera 2011.002

128 Pierrepont Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11201

Brooklyn Historical Society

Collection processed by Michael Satalof under the supervision of Julie I. May.

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Fribourg family
Title: Eugenie Fribourg family photographs and ephemera
Dates [inclusive]: 1857-2007
Dates [bulk]: Bulk, 1890-1950
Abstract: The Eugenie Fribourg family photographs and ephemera collection is comprised of materials relating to and documenting the family and professional life of Eugenie Merzbach Fribourg, a Jewish-American Brooklynite whose life spanned nearly the entire 20th century. Eugenie Fribourg became a doctor at a time when the medical profession was dominated by men, and she remained active in the field for more than 60 years. The collection provides a rich visual document of Jewish-American family life in the early-20th century, historical photographic materials in various formats, 1940s French wine and spirits, and a visual history of various neighborhoods in Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Quantity: 1.5 linear feet in one manuscript box, four odd-size or oversize boxes, and two phase boxes
Language of Materials: Materials primarily in English, while parts of family prayer books are in Hebrew.
Call Phrase: 2011.002