Lipinsky Family Collection
Series 3: Newspaper Clippings, Misc.
Box Folder Item Description
M2006.1.1 3 1 Fall/Winter 1992 special issue of Asheville Gazette, containing articles from the 1920s. Included: "New Bon Marche Opens," (p. 1) ; "Interesting Facts and Comparison Noted in the New Bon Marche" and "Fine New Store is Really Deserved by Firm that Made Bon Marche Famous," (p. 4).
    2 Single page chronology of Beth Ha-Tephila Congregation, 1891-1991.
    3 Newspaper clipping: "Mary Parker is Library's Longtime, Loyal Friend. 'It Has Been a Family Involvement for Generations.'" n.d.
    4 Photocopy of newspaper clipping: "Morris Lipinsky's Record of Service," "Morris Lipinsky Sr., who died here yesterday. . . ." [Asheville Times, June 30, 1960 ?]
    5 Photocopy of newspaper clipping: "Lipinsky Retiring After 33 Years," Asheville Citizen-Times, Sunday Sept. 26, 1971. (referring to: Morris Lipinsky Jr.)
    6 Newspaper clipping: "Henry M. Nathan Taken By Death. Well-Known Retired Merchant Dies at Home; Funeral Services to Be Held Today." [Charlotte Observer? ca. 1930]  He is Mrs. Louis (Clara Nathan) Lipinsky's father.
    7 Newspaper clipping: "Henry Nathan" upon his death, by the editor of The Charlotte Observer. n.d.
    8 Newspaper clipping: "Mrs. Nathan's Funeral Today. Services Will Be Held at J. M. Harry's Funeral Home at 3 O'Clock." She is Mrs. Louis (Clara Nathan) Lipinsky's mother.
  2 1 Newspaper: "Bon Marche Presented Civic Achievement Awards. Executive Contributions to Community Activities Recognized At Meeting." Also, "Morris Lipinsky Sr. Made Life Member of National Retail Credit Association" and "Bon Marche Launches 65th 'Best-Yet' Year Anniversary Sale to Open Year-Long Program." Includes photographs of: Louis Lipinsky, Jr.; Morris Lipinsky, Jr.; S. Whitlock Lees; Morris Lipinsky Sr.; and L. O. Howard. Asheville Citizen, May 15th, 1954.
    2 Newspaper: "My Family owes a lot to the generosity of Joseph Dave," Asheville Citizen-Times, Monday January 5, 2004.
  3 1 Celebration of Silver Wedding by Mr. and Mrs. Lipinsky, at College Street Home Last Evening.
    2 Telegram:  "Night Message: The Western Union Telegraph Company. Received 51 So. Main St., Asheville, N.C.  271111, 'New York April 27, 1903. Mrs. and Mr. S. Lipinsky, Asheville, NC.C. With best Wishes and hoping you celebrate the golden. Mr. & Mrs. W.H. Dean.  1029P
    3 Obituary from newspaper. [source ?]
    4 Lipinsky Rites will Be Held At Jewish Temple: Asheville Mourning Death of Founder of Bon Marche and one of City's Best Business Men. End Came Suddenly at His Residence. Came to this city when it was a small village and built up big mercantile concern.
    5 A Good Man Gone. Editor of the Citizen:  ....
      Burial Service for S. Lipinsky at Four Today. Entire City Mourns Loss of  Business and Civic Leader.
      [Advertisement]: The Fashion Book. Illustrating Pictorial Review Patterns. Summer 1917

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