Tonight / tomorrow the 13th of Kislev is Edah nee Miller Travis’ Yartzheit. She was the wife of Yitzchok Naftali Hertz Travis and was Zaidy Shlomo Travis’s mother. Her Neshama should have an Aliya. Below is a newspaper article and Continue reading TIOFH – Edah Travis Yartzheit
From the Freidiker Rebbe’s Safer Hatoldos:
The following are three documents from Rabbi S. Gourary requesting the help of the US government to arrange to get the Lagovier’s out of Europe.
A brief history on Tulsa in slides and pictures TIP – click the double arrow button on the bottom right to expand the screen.
Have a Kesiva Vechasima Tova and a gut gebenshed yar!!
From the Jewish Chronicle Newspaper dated August 15, 1919 Click here Travis Brothers Donate Oil Lands to YU 1919 for a PDF of the page in the newspaper.
Engraver Alters Die of a Postage Stamp By CLYDE H. FARNSWORTH, Special to the New York Times – Published: August 16, 1987 WASHINGTON, Aug. 15— An unauthorized Star of David, invisible to the naked eye, was etched into the die of Continue reading FTP – Revel – Engraver Alters Die of a Postage Stamp
The following is a glimpse into the history of the Congregation B’nai Emunah Shul that the Travis family helped build and fund in Tulsa, OK. Click here Bnei Emunah 1-44 highlighted for a PDF of the first 44 pages (till about Continue reading FTP – A Glimpse Into The History Of Tulsa, OK – Cong. B’nai Emunah And The Travis Family