Guide to the Papers of the Solis-Cohen Family,
undated, 1808-1990


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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Solis-Cohen Family
Title: Papers of the Solis-Cohen Family
Dates:undated, 1808-1990
Abstract: Family papers of the American Sephardic Solis and Cohen families, composed of materials primarily from the American Civil War to the 1930s, with some additional materials prior to and after the time period. Contains correspondence, diaries, journals, medical papers, and eulogies of the family; materials relating to Zionist and Jewish organizations in the United States and abroad; genealogical research and correspondence of several famous Jewish personas; and artifacts, art work and other ephemera.
Languages: The collection is in English and Hebrew.
Quantity: 3 linear feet (6 manuscript boxes) and 2 oversized folders
Accession number: P-642
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
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Biographical Note

The Solis-Cohen family is of Sephardic origin, tracing its ancestry back to the time of the expulsion from Spain after 1492 during the time of the Inquisition, specifically back to Solomon da Silva Solis (Jacob's great-grandfather), who fled to Amsterdam from Spain in the 17th century and married Isabel da Fonseca, daughter of the marquis of Turin, count of Villa Real and Monterrey. The family established itself in the United States with the arrival of Jacob da Silva Solis from London on October 25, 1803. Jacob's grandfather (Solomon da Silva Solis) is reported to have refused succession to the marquisate of Turin, since it would have required his defection from Judaism. Many of Jacob's descendants were born and lived in Philadelphia.

This large Sephardic family, with roots in antebellum Philadelphia was active in Colonial and Revolutionary public affairs. There have been seven generations of Jacob's descendants, and family members have had and still have among them many who are respected for their notable accomplishments in the areas of medicine, literature, art, law, real estate and Jewish communal service, at both the national as well as local levels.

Biographical Sketches

Jacob da Silva Solis was born in London, on August 4, 1780 to Solomon da Silva Solis and Benvenida de Isaac Henriques Valentine and arrived in the United States (in New Orleans, according to family tradition) on October 25, 1803. He married Charity Hays (daughter of David Barrack Hays of Westchester, New York) on April 24, 1811, with whom he had five daughters (Benveneda, Esther Etting, Judith Simha, Sarah Miriam and Phoebe Elizabeth) and two sons (Solomon and David Hays). He lived in Wilmington, Delaware for approximately seven years (where he and his brother Daniel operated a dry goods and quill pen business from 1814-1816); temporarily in New Orleans, Louisiana (where he founded Congregation Shanarai Chasset in 1827); and Mt. Pleasant, New York, where he was affiliated with Congregation Shearith Israel, and where he died on December 29, 1829 at the early age of 49. These papers are continued by his grandsons (through his daughter Judith) Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, Leon Solis-Cohen and Solomon da Silva Solis-Cohen and his great grandson, Jacob da Silva, Jr., as well as by two of his grandchildren, Elvira Nathan Solis and Isaac Nathan Solis (daughter and son of David Hays).

Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, M.D., was born on February 28, 1838 in New York City to Myer David Cohen and Judith Simha Solis. He was an elder brother of Leon da Silva Solis-Cohen and Solomon Solis-Cohen and a grandson of Jacob da Silva Solis. In 1875 he married Miriam Binswanger, with whom he had eight daughters (Judith Simira, Sophia Rebecca, Miriam Fonseca, Elinor, Rosalie Isabel, Bertha Florence, Esther and Edith) and three sons (Myer, Jacob da Silva, Jr. and Isadore). During the Civil War he served as Assistant Surgeon to the Union Army in the Twenty-Sixth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. After serving in Hooker's Brigade in the defense of Washington, D.C., he later transferred to the Navy as Acting Assistant Surgeon, serving under Rear Admiral S.F. DuPont, in the expedition to Port Royal Harbor, South Carolina, on the United States Steamer "Florida." He remained in the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron until January 12, 1864, when he resigned from the Navy.

He attended Jefferson Medical College, and in 1860 received his medical degree from the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania. An eminent physician, he was an internationally renowned pioneer nose and throat specialist and a founder of the Philadelphia Polyclinic, becoming its first professor of diseases of the throat and chest. He later received an honorary professorship at the Jefferson Medical College. He wrote pioneering treatises in his specialty and was one of the founders of the American Laryngologic Association (President, 1880-1882). He founded and edited the Archives of Laryngology. He died in Philadelphia in 1927.

Leon da Silva Solis-Cohen , Esq., was born in Philadelphia on October 16, 1840 to Myer David Cohen and Judith Simha Solis. He was a brother of Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen and Solomon Solis-Cohen, and a grandson of Jacob da Silva Solis. On April 10, 1872 he married a cousin, Lucia Manness Ritterband, with whom he had two daughters (Jessie Myra and Gertrude) and one son (Leon Manness). He served in the Union army in the Keystone Battery, during the Civil War, until just before the Battle of Gettysburg, when he was medically disabled. He was an attorney and a writer of prose and poetry, sometimes writing as "Lemon S. Cream" or by the pseudonym "Sh'muel". He died an early death on September 19, 1884 at age 44.

Solomon Solis-Cohen, M.D., was born in Philadelphia to Myer David Cohen and Judith Simha Solis on September 1, 1857. He was a brother of Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen and Leon da Silva Solis-Cohen, and a grandson of Jacob da Silva Solis. He married his cousin Emily Grace Solis on March 24, 1885, also in Philadelphia, and with whom he had three sons (David Hays, Leon and Francis Nathan) and one daughter (Emily Elvira). He died on July 12, 1948 in Philadelphia. He attended Jefferson Medical College, where he received his medical degree in 1883, and served as professor of clinical medicine from 1902 to 1927. He also taught at the Philadelphia Polyclinic (1887-1902) and at Dartmouth College (1890-1892). He was a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a trustee of the U.S. Pharmacopoeia Convention. His basic research in medicine was widely noted.

He was active in Jewish affairs as the founder of the associate organization of the YMHA of Philadelphia; a founder and trustee of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America; and a founder of the Jewish Publication Society of America. One of the earliest Zionists in the United States, he attended the Third Zionist Congress at Basel (1899), and was for a time a member of the provisional executive of the Zionist Organization of America during the first World War. In 1929 he was appointed a non-Zionist member of the new Jewish Agency for Palestine.

In addition to being a physician, he was also a poet, publishing When Love Passed by and Other Verses and translations from Hebrew poets of the Middle Ages. A selection of his writings and addresses was published under the title Judaism and Science and Other Addresses which contains a full bibliography of his writings.

Isaac Nathan Solis, Esq., was born in 1857, the son of David Hays Solis and Elvira Nathan Solis, and died in 1909. In 1880 he married Marcia Morgan; they had five children, of whom two died in infancy. He was an attorney.

Emily Grace Solis Solis-Cohen was born on November 26, 1859 in Philadelphia to David Hays Solis and Elvira Nathan Solis. She married her first cousin Solomon Solis-Cohen, M.D. in that same city on March 24, 1885 with whom she had three sons (David Hays, Leon and Francis Nathan) and one daughter (Emily Elvira, also known as Emily Solis-Cohen, Jr., who never married). She died on November 31, 1936, also in Philadelphia. Active in Jewish community affairs, Emily Solis-Cohen was also greatly involved in Zionist affairs, especially raising funds for the School of the Parents' Education Association in Jerusalem.

Elvira Nathan Solis was born sometime in the 1860s and died in New York on November 30, 1953. She was the daughter of David Hays Solis and Elvira Nathan Solis, sister of Emily Grace Soils Solis-Cohen and Isaac Nathan Solis, and a granddaughter of Jacob da Silva Solis. She engaged in extensive genealogical studies of various families from which she descended. She never married.

Emily Elvira Solis-Cohen, daughter of Solomon and Emily Grace Solis-Cohen, was born in Philadelphia in 1886. In her early years she studied with Henrietta Szold and Lucy Wilson. She later became a welfare worker and was the author of children's books as well as poems, miscellaneous articles and monographs on the status of women in Jewish law and Jewish religious festivals. For many years the field secretary of the Jewish Welfare Board, she organized and promoted the YWHA and other Jewish women's organizations. She never married, and died at Philadelphia in 1969.

Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, Jr., was born in Philadelphia on June 26, 1890 to Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, M.D. and Miriam Binswanger Solis-Cohen. He was a great grandson of Jacob da Silva Solis. On December 13, 1916, he married Marion Gimbel Labe in Philadelphia, with whom he had two daughters (Mary and Ann). [Ann Solis-Cohen Rosenthal and her husband Charles are the donors of this collection.] He died on July 8, 1968. A prominent realtor in Philadelphia, he was President of Mastbaum Brothers and Fleisher and of Albert M. Greenfield and Company. As a genealogist he conducted historical research of his family, and published articles and addresses on his results. His service to the Jewish community included, among others, Presidencies of the Jewish Publication Society of America, the Philadelphia Branch of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and honorary president of Congregation Mikveh Israel. He wrote a paper on the founder of the family, "Jacob S. Solis: Traveling Advocate of American Judaism." [American Jewish History Quarterly, 52 (1962-63), 310].


Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 15. (Jerusalem: Encyclopedia Judaica, 1972).

Kagen, Solomon R. Jewish Contributions to Medicine in America. (Boston: Boston Medical Publishing Co., 1939)

Solis-Cohen, Jacob da Silva, Jr. in The Jewish Experience in America, Vol. 2, pp. 335-386 (on Jacob da Silva). Abraham J. Karp, editor (New York: DTAV Publishing House, 1969).

Stern, Malcolm H. First American Jewish Families, 3rd ed. (Baltimore: Ottenheimer Publishers, 1991).

The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Vol. 6 (New York: Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Inc., 1943).

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Scope and Content Note

The Papers of the Solis-Cohen Family is composed of material mostly from the period from the Civil War through the 1930's, although it also includes some material from both earlier and later dates. Although the collection does not preserve the total volume of papers produced by this large and intellectually active family, its importance for American Jewish history is immense.

This collection is valuable to researchers studying not only the lives and genealogies of the Solis and Solis-Cohen family, but also students of the Civil War, Jewish communal activities, early Zionist activities and particularly the ways in which Jews have assimilated and contributed to secular National affairs.

The collection contains correspondence, diaries and journal, medical papers, and eulogies; various materials concerning the Joint Distribution Committee, German refugees in the 1930's, Zionist Organization of America, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Palestine, the National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, Clinical Proceedings of the Jewish Hospital, typescript essays; committee reports, financial records and printed materials about the School of the Parents' Education Association in Israel, as well as correspondence with Sophie Udin, Henrietta Szold, Stephen S. Wise, John Hanes Holmes, Julian Mack and Horace Kallen; research notes and correspondence for genealogical studies of the Cardozo, Etting, Menken, Nathan, Nones, Peixotto, and Solis families; correspondence, news clippings, histories, genealogies, photographs, printed material on members of the extended Solis-Cohen family such as Solomon Nunes Carvalho, David Barrak Hays, Bernhard Marks, Clara Binswanger, Aaron Levy and Hyman Polock; as well as correspondence, photographs, histories and printed works by the great Jewish historian of England, Cecil Roth. There are also artifacts, art work, and other ephemera.

The collection is primarily in English, with some Hebrew language materials.

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The collection is organized into eight series by Solis or Solis-Cohen family member.

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

The collection is open to all researchers by permission of the Director of Library and Archives of the American Jewish Historical Society, except items that are restricted due to their fragility.

Use Restrictions

Information concerning the literary rights may be obtained from the Executive Director of the American Jewish Historical Society. Users must apply in writing for permission to quote, reproduce or otherwise publish manuscript materials found in this collection. For more information contact: American Jewish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011.

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Related Material

Rosenbach Collection of Rare American Judaica and the Soble Collection of American Judaica.

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The bulk of the collection was donated in 1993 by Ann (née Solis-Cohen) and Charles L. Rosenthal. The papers of Emily Grace and Emily Elvira Solis-Cohen, Solomon Solis-Cohen, M.D., Elvira Nathan Solis, Isaac Nathan and Jacob da Silva Solis were donations received through prior donations.

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); Papers of the Solis-Cohen Family; P-642; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY, and Boston, MA.

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Access Points

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Container List

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Click the box in the request column to open the form that allows you to request a box for onsite viewing in the reading room at the Center for Jewish History, New York, NY.


Series I: Jacob da Silva Solis (1780-1829), 1808, , 1814-1830

Box 1, Folders 1-3.

Arranged by type of material.

Scope and Content:

This series consists of correspondence to Sarah Hayes and from Aaron Solomon, as well as others, and a personal calendar of Jewish holidays.

11Correspondenceundated, 1814-1830request_box
13Solomon Solis (1819-1854) [son of Jacob da Silva Solis and Charity Hays], Resolutions of the Hebrew Education Society of PhiladelphiaJune 27, 1854request_box
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Series II: Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, M.D. (1838-1927), undated, 1849-1918

Box 1, Folders 4-17; Box 2, Folders 1-10.

Arranged into four informal subseries by type of material: correspondence, diaries and journals, medical papers and miscellaneous documents primarily by year.

Scope and Content:

This series consists of correspondence with Judith Simha Solis, Leon Solis-Cohen, Bernhard Marks, Jacob Solis Ritterband and various relatives, among them Benjamin Etting Hays, Jr., Ellen W. Solis Falk, Judith Hays, Myer Solis Cohen and Solomon Solis, as well as Civil War correspondence including Jacob Solis Ritterband, Leon Solis-Cohen, B. Nathan, Esq., the Surgeon General, Secretary of War, Army Medical Board, Navy Department, Rear Admiral Samuel F. DuPont, Gideon Welles, George Clymer, and others. It also includes diaries and journals describing his military service as Assistant Surgeon on the USS Florida during the Civil War, and other medical papers including reports, a death certificate, reprints of articles, and ephemera.


14To Judith Simha Solis1873request_box
15From various relatives1849-1873request_box
15AFrom Ellen Solis Falk to her sister Matilda Cohen1860request_box
16Bernhard Marks1850-1857request_box
17J.S. Ritterband1855-1858request_box
18Personal Matters1860request_box
19Civil War1861request_box
110Civil War1862request_box
111Civil War1863request_box
112Civil War1864request_box
113To and From Leon Solis-Cohen from Abroadundated, 1867-1873request_box
114Relating to Civil War Military Service1894-1913request_box

Diaries and Journals

116Ward Room Diary/USS Florida1861-1862request_box
117US Steamer Florida1862request_box
21Navy Register1863request_box
22Patient Treatment Diary1863request_box
23Narrative of Privations and Sufferingsundatedrequest_box

Medical Papers

25Death Certificate1868request_box
29Articlesundated, 1907-1918request_box


210Matriculation Certificate to U. of Pennsylvania; AMA Membership Card; Address to Hebrew Literary Society; Speech by Jefferson Davis, 1860; Program; Stock Certificates; Passport, 1865; Check to Self; Charter and By-laws of Union League; Part of Article on Hays Revolutionary History Oversized Materialsundated, 1850-1879request_box
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Series III: Leon da Silva Solis-Cohen, Esq. (1840-1884), 1867-1884

Box 2, Folders 11-14.

Arranged by type of material in chronological order.

Scope and Content:

Covering the period from 1867 to 1884, this series includes correspondence with Jacob Solis Ritterband and with John G. Dale, Dr. Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, Judith Simha Solis, Attorney Armant Petot of New Orleans regarding the estate of Jacob da Silva Solis; miscellaneous bank papers and a eulogy from The American Hebrew of September 26, 1884 which includes some of his poetry.

211Correspondence: From Jacob Solis Ritterband1867request_box
212Correspondence: Regarding Jacob da Silva Solisundated, 1867-1871request_box
213Bank Papers, Miscellaneous Oversized Materials1870request_box
214"In Memoriam" (Eulogy)1884request_box
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Series IV: Solomon Solis-Cohen, M.D. (1857-1948), undated, 1892-1953

Box 3, Folders 1-14.

Arranged by organization and type of material.

Scope and Content:

This series consists primarily of correspondence with national Jewish institutions in the United States and Palestine, including the Joint Distribution Committee, the Zionist Organization of America, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Palestine, National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds and material relating to German refugees during the Holocaust period and events in Palestine. Also included are Clinical Proceedings of the Jewish Hospital and assorted ephemera.

31Joint Distribution Committee: Correspondence1931-1938request_box
32Joint Distribution Committee: Printed Material Oversized Materialsundated, 1933-1936request_box
33Germany, Refugees: Correspondence1933-1938request_box
34Germany, Refugees: Miscellaneous1933-1934request_box
35Zionist Organization of America: Correspondence1927-1936request_box
36Hebrew University: Correspondence1930request_box
37Hebrew University: Photographscirca 1924request_box
38Palestine: Correspondence1930-1941request_box
39Palestine: Printed Materialundated, 1931request_box
310National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds1934-1941request_box
311Clinical Proceedings of the Jewish Hospital1949request_box
312Correspondence, Miscellaneousundated, 1900-1940request_box
313Ephemera: American Phil. Society Mtg. Ticket; Fundraiser Letter; Programs; Medical Article Reprint; Publicity Letter; Press Release; Invitations; Yahrzeit Cards' Eulogy; Cemetery Brochure; Advertisement; Order Form; Membership List; Printed Hymn; Copy of Letter1892-1953request_box
314Leon Solis-Cohen, M.D. [son of Solomon Solis-Cohen, M.D. and Emily Grace Solis], Correspondence Regarding Middle East Crisis 19561956-1958request_box
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Series V: Isaac Nathan Solis (1857-1909), undated, 1908-1909

Box 3, Folders 15-18.

Arranged by type of material.

Scope and Content:

This series is made up of personal correspondence and two unsigned typescripts, one on Christianity and Jewish suffering, the other on socialism. There is also a memorial tribute.

315Correspondence to Isaac Nathan Solisundated, 1908request_box
316Typescript Essaysundatedrequest_box
317Memorial Tribute[circa 1909]request_box
318David Hays Solis, Jr. (1862-1936) [Brother to Isaac Nathan Solis, Esq. and Elvira Nathan Solis] Correspondence with a Customer1889request_box
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Series VI: Emily Grace Solis Solis-Cohen (1859-1936) and Emily Elvira Solis-Cohen (1886-1969), undated, 1923-1936

Box 4.

Arranged by correspondence mostly relating to the Deborah Kallen School and other materials relating to the Kallen school including reports, minutes, financial records, printed material and speeches by year. Additional material includes miscellaneous materials, writings and Hadassah correspondence arranged by year.

Scope and Content:

These papers of an active mother and daughter consist primarily of material relating to the School of the Parents' Education Association in Jerusalem and the American Committee working on behalf of the School. They include correspondence with Deborah Kallen, founder and principal of the school, published material relating to the work of the School and the financial records, reports and minute-books, etc. of the American Committee. In addition there is correspondence with Sophie Udin concerning the Hebrew University Library and miscellaneous letters to and from Henrietta Szold, Stephen S. Wise, John Haynes Holmes, Julian Mack and Horace Kallen. There is also printed material consisting of brochures, a magazine article, invitations, a program of lectures and a rough diagram of the school.

Deborah Kallen School Correspondence. (Box 4, Folders 1-12)

41From Deborah Kallenundated, 1922-1931request_box
42To Deborah Kallenundated, 1924-1931request_box
43Deborah Kallen's School, Miscellaneousundated, 1925request_box
44With Bank re: Parent's Cooperative Schoolundated, 1925-1927request_box
45Sophie Udin, Jewish National and University Libraryundated, 1926-1927request_box
46School of Parents' Education Association1923request_box
47School of Parents' Education Association1924request_box
48School of Parents' Education Association1925request_box
49School of Parents' Education Association1926request_box
410School of Parents' Education Association1927request_box
411School of Parents' Education Association1928request_box
412School of Parents' Education Association1931, 1936request_box

Correspondence. (Box 4, Folder 13)

413Miscellaneousundated, 1920-1933request_box

Deborah Kallen School Documents. (Box 4, Folders 14-17)

414Reports, Minutes, etc. of the Committee for Deborah Kallen Schoolundated, 1925request_box
415Financial Records of the Committee for Deborah Kallen Schoolundated, 1924-1927request_box
416Speechesundated, 1924-1930request_box
417Printed Material: Deborah Kallen School Oversized Materialundated, 1924-1931request_box

Emily Grace Solis Solis-Cohen and Emily Elvira Solis-Cohen Documents. (Box 4, Folders 18-20)

418Miscellaneousundated, 1928-1931request_box
419Hadassah Correspondence1928-1930request_box
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Series VII: Elvira Nathan Solis (186?-1953), undated, 1893-1904

Box 5, Folders 1-11.

Genealogical materials are arranged alphabetically by family name.

Scope and Content:

This series contains the research notes and correspondence for genealogical studies of the families listed below. It also includes a list of Jewish officers who served in the Revolutionary War from New Jersey and a letter to a member of the Solis family by Joseph A. Hertz in 1893.

51Cardozo Familyundatedrequest_box
52Etting Familyundatedrequest_box
53Menken Family Correspondenceundated, 1902-1904request_box
54Menken Family Notes and Family Historyundatedrequest_box
55Nathan Family Oversized Materialsundated, 1904request_box
56Nones Family Oversized Materialsundated, 1903request_box
57Peixotto Family1902request_box
58Solis Family Oversized Materialundatedrequest_box
59Register of Jewish Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary Warundatedrequest_box
510Letter from Joseph H. Hertz1893request_box
511Miscellaneousundated, 1902request_box
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Series VIII: Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, Jr., (1890-1968), undated, 1803-1990

Box 5, Folders 12-20; Box 6.

Arranged by individual.

Scope and Content:

This series includes material relating to the genealogy and history of branches of the Solis-Cohen family. Included are correspondence, photographs, family trees, news clippings, photostats, manuscripts, transcripts and a Hebrew prayerbook of the Solis-Cohen family generally, Solomon Nunes Carvalho, Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, M.D., Bernhard Marks, David Barrak Hays, Jacob da Silva Solis, Myer D. Cohen, Clara Binswanger, Aaron Levy and Hyman Polock. It also includes correspondence, photographs, histories and printed works of Cecil Roth relating to research on this family.

Genealogy. (Folder 12)

512Genealogyundated, 1928-1951request_box

Cecil Roth. (Folders 13-17)

513Family Research Correspondence1927-1951request_box
514Family Research Photograph1937request_box
515Family Research Histories1936request_box
516Family Research Printed Worksundated, 1930-1933request_box
517Family Research "Medieval Lincoln Jewry and Its Synagogue"1934request_box

Solomon Nunes Carvalho, (1815-1897). (Folders 18-20)

519Carvalho Material1862-1878request_box

Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, M.D., (1838-1927). (Box 6, Folders 1-5)

62NY Times/USS Florida Storyundatedrequest_box
63News Clippings and Newspapers Oversized Materials1871-1954request_box
64Transcripts of Correspondence1873request_box
65Photos and Bookplateundatedrequest_box

Bernhard Marks. (Folder 6-7)

67Family Historyundatedrequest_box

David Barrak Hays, (1732-1812). (Folders 9-12)

69Histories, Genealogiesundated, 1950-1953request_box
611Printed Materialundated, 1952-1990request_box

Jacob da Silva Solis, (1780-1829). (Folders 13-18)

614Hebrew Prayerbook1811request_box
615Photographs, Photostatsundated, 1805-1830request_box
616Historiesundated, 1953request_box
618Wilmington Oversized Materialsundatedrequest_box

Myer D. Cohen (1811-1865). (Folder 19)

619Myer D. Cohen (1811-1865): Oversized Materials1865-1959request_box

Clara Binswanger's (1860-1901) Birthday. (Folder 20)

620Clara Binswanger (1860-1901): Birthday1901-1957request_box

Aaron Levy, (1742-1815). (Folders 21-23)

622Photographsundated, 1931-1949request_box
623Family Treeundatedrequest_box

The Aaronsburg Story (Folders 24-25)

624The Aaronsburg Story 1949: Programs, Pamphlets, Directions [1949?]request_box
625The Aaronsburg Story 1949: Newsclippings and Newspapers[1949?]request_box

Passport of Hyman Polock (Folder 26)

626Passport of Hyman Polock1852request_box
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Oversized Materials

Series II: Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, M.D. (1838-1927), 1849-1918

OS 2Box 2, Folder 10Miscellaneous Documentsundated, 1850-1879request_box

Series III: Leon da Silva Solis-Cohen, Esq. (1840-1884), 1867-1884

OS 2Box 2, Folder 10Miscellaneous Bank Documents1870request_box

Series IV: Solomon Solis-Cohen, M.D. (1857-1948), 1892-1953

OS 2Box 3, Folder 2Joint Distribution Committee Printed Materialundated, 1933-1936request_box

Series VI: Emily Grace Solis Solis-Cohen (1859-1936) and Emily Elvira Solis-Cohen (1886-1969), undated, 1924-1931

OS 2Box 4, Folder 17Printed Material: Deborah Kallen Schoolundated, 1924-1931request_box

Series VII: Elvira Nathan Solis (186?-1953), undated, 1893-1904

OS 2Box 5, Folder 5Nathan Familyundated, 1904request_box
OS 2Box 5, Folder 6Nones Familyundated, 1903request_box
OS 2Box 5, Folder 8Solis Familyundatedrequest_box

Series VIII: Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, Jr. (1890-1968), 1803-1990

OS 2Box 6, Folder 3Jacob da Silva Solis-Cohen, M.D., (1838-1927): News Clippings and Newspapers1871-1954request_box
OS 2Box 6, Folder 18Jacob da Silva Solis, (1780-1829): Wilmingtonundatedrequest_box
OS 2Box 6, Folder 19Myer D. Cohen1865-1959request_box
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