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Inventory of the Jewish Business Card Collection, circa 1950s-2000s

Descriptive Summary

Abstract: Collection consists of the business cards of Southern businessmen, Oscar Sokol, and Marc Howard Wilson, and Southern rabbis, Yossi J. Liebowitz D.D., and Arnold Mark Belzer.
Title: Jewish business card collection
Date(s): circa 1950s-2000s  
Extent: 1 folder
(4 items)
Repository: Jewish Heritage Collection, Special Collections, College of Charleston Libraries
66 George Street
Charleston, SC 29424
Phone: (843) 953-8016
Fax: (843) 953-6319
Call Number: Mss 1034-095
Language of Material: Materials in English

Biographical Note

These business cards were gathered by Karen Tannenbaum while conducting field work research for the Jewish Heritage Collection.

Collection Overview

Collection consists of the individual business cards of Oscar Sokol, Marc Howard Wilson, Rabbi Yossi J. Liebowitz D.D., and Rabbi Arnold Mark Belzer.

Collection Arrangement

Materials are arranged and described at the item level.

Search Terms

The following terms have been used to index this collection in the Library's online catalog. They are grouped by name of person, family, or organization, by topical subject, by place, and by types of material.


    • Sokol, Oscar, 1908-1967
    • Belzer, Arnold Mark
    • Liebowitz, Yossi, J.
    • Wilson, Marc Howard


    • Jewish businesspeople--Southern States
    • Business cards

    Types of Material

    • Business cards

    Related Resources

    Related Material

    Related materials in Special Collections include the 1995 publication Our family: a short history of the Sokol family by Frances Sokol Halio.


    Oscar Sokol business card, circa 1950s

    Sokol (1908-1967) was the owner and operator of the Oscar Sokol Agency, a subsidiary of the Milwaukee Insurance Company, located at 29 Broad Street, Charleston, South Carolina. Sokol would later become a successful real estate developer in Charleston.

    Marc Howard Wilson business card, circa 2000s

    Wilson is the owner and operator of Rabbi Ribeye Catering and fine specialty foods to order, located in Greenville, South Carolina. For a period of time Wilson served as rabbi of congregation Beth Israel in Greenville, South Carolina.

    Rabbi Yossi J. Liebowitz D.D. business card, circa 2000s

    Rabbi Liebowitz is the Rabbi of Congregation B'nai Israel, Spartanburg, South Carolina.

    Rabbi Arnold Mark Belzer business card, circa 2000s

    Rabbi Belzer was the Rabbi of Congregation Mickve Israel, Savannah, Georgia, from 1990 until his retirement in 2011.

    Administrative Information

    Access Restrictions

    This collection is open for research.

    Copyright Notice

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    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], Jewish business card collection, College of Charleston Libraries, Charleston, SC, USA.

    Acquisitions Information

    Materials were donated in 2006 by Karen Tannenbaum.

    Processing Information

    Processed by Joshua Minor and Anne Bennett, August 2011.

    Encoded by Joshua Minor, October 2011.

    Reviewed, edited, and uploaded by Martha McTear, January 2012.

    Funding from the Council on Library and Information Resources supported the processing of this collection and encoding of the finding aid.

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