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Katherine H. Davidson Clemson University Libraries Portrait photograph of Katherine Harbin Davidson, wife of A. Wolfe Davidson. On back: Mss356_0326 [Katherine Davidson]
Katherine H. Davidson Clemson University Libraries Portrait photograph of Katherine Harbin Davidson, wife of A. Wolfe Davidson. On back: Mss356_0325 [Katherine Davidson]
Davidson family photo Clemson University Libraries Candid photograph of the Davidson family sitting down to a formal meal. A. Wolfe Davidson is partially visible on the far left, midground. Front and center is his wife, Katherine H. Davidson, with daughter Dorothy. Center back is Davidson's mother, Chasia Davidson. On back: Mss356_0324 [Davidson Family]
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Circa 1940
Davidson family in Russia Clemson University Libraries Portrait photograph of the Davidson family, taken in Vitebsk, in the Pale of Settlement in Russia (now Belarus) . With Chasia Davidson, A. Wolfe Davidson's mother, on left; Aaron Davidson, his older brother, on top; and Chaim Mayer Davidson, his father, on right. Intended for illustrative use in A. Wolfe Davidson's memoir "The Power of Pearls."On back: Mss356_0591; [illustration from the Power of Pearls]
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Circa 1905
Davidson with his wife and daughter Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson (right) posing for a photograph with his wife, Katherine Harbin Davidson (left) and daughter Dorothy McCulloch (nee Davidson, center) . On back: Mss356_0283
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Circa 1970
Davidson with daughter, Dorothy Clemson University Libraries Photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson and daughter Dorothy McCulloch (nee Davidson) at an awards banquet. On back: Mss356_0287
Travel photograph of Davidson family Clemson University Libraries Souvenir photograph of A. Wolfe Davidson (center) with wife, Katherine (left), and daughter Dorothy (right), taken during a trip to Europe and the Middle East in 1966. Image taken from negative. On back: Mss356_0949n [Katherine and Dorothy Davidson]
1966
Davidson family in Russia Clemson University Libraries Portrait photograph of the Davidson family, taken in Vitebsk, in the Pale of Settlement in Russia (now Belarus). With Chasia Davidson, A. Wolfe Davidson's mother, on left; Mordechai Davidson, his older brother, on top; Chaim Mayer Davidson, his father, on right; and Davidson himself in the center. This family photograph was taken shortly before Mordechai emigrated to the United States. Intended for illustrative use in A. Wolfe Davidson's memoir "The Power of Pearls." Image taken from negative.
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circa 1905
Portrait photograph of Zalmon Hillman Clemson University Libraries Portrait photograph of Zalmon Hillman, father to Chasia Hillman Davidson and maternal grandfather to A. Wolfe Davidson. Image taken from a negative.
Davidson family home Clemson University Libraries Exterior shot of the front of the Davidson family home on Candler Street in Gainesville, GA; A. Wolfe Davidson lived here from about 1960 to his death in 1981. On back: Mss356_0874
Chaim Meyer and Chasia H. Davidson (busts) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay busts of Chasia Davidson (left) and Chaim Meyer Davidson (right) , A. Wolfe Davidson's mother and father. Their portraits are hung above.  Davidson's mother emigrated to the United States with him in 1922; Davidson's father was killed in Ukraine, in 1919, during a skirmish between German and Red Army forces. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0323bust of [Chaim Meyer Davidson] [and Chasia Davidson]
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Circa 1965
Chaim Meyer and Chasia H. Davidson (busts) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay busts of Chasia Davidson (left) and Chaim Meyer Davidson (right) , A. Wolfe Davidson's mother and father. Davidson's mother emigrated to the United States with him in 1922; Davidson's father was killed in Ukraine, in 1919, during a skirmish between German and Red Army forces. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0315busts of [Chaim Meyer Davidson andChasia Davidson]
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Circa 1965
Chaim Meyer and Chasia H. Davidson (busts) Clemson University Libraries Clay busts of Chasia Davidson (left) and Chaim Meyer Davidson (right) , A. Wolfe Davidson's mother and father. Family photos can be seen above and at right.  Davidson's mother emigrated to the United States with him in 1922; Davidson's father was killed in Ukraine, in 1919, during a skirmish between German and Red Army forces. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0314busts of [Chaim Meyer Davidson andChasia Davidson]
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Circa 1965
Chaim Meyer and Chasia H. Davidson (busts) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay busts of Chasia Davidson (left) and Chaim Meyer Davidson (right) , A. Wolfe Davidson's mother and father. Family photos can be seen above and at right.  Davidson's mother emigrated to the United States with him in 1922; Davidson's father was killed in Ukraine, in 1919, during a skirmish between German and Red Army forces. Sculpted during the artist's residency in Gainesville, GA. On back: Mss356_0316busts of [Chaim Meyer Davidson andChasia Davidson]
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Circa 1965
Dorothy Davidson with two children Clemson University Libraries Snapshot of Dorothy Davidson, eldest daughter of A. Wolfe Davidson, posing with two children - possibly taken during her time as a Peace Corps volunteer in Iran, where she worked with blind children. Image taken from a negative. On back: Mss356_0973n-0974n
Chaim Meyer and Chasia H. Davidson (busts) Clemson University Libraries Sculpted clay busts of Chasia Davidson (left) and Chaim Meyer Davidson (right) , A. Wolfe Davidson's mother and father. Family photos can be seen at left and bottom.  Davidson's mother emigrated to the United States with him in 1922; Davidson's father was killed in Ukraine, in 1919, during a skirmish between German and Red Army forces. Sculpted during the artist's tenure at Brenau College. On back: Mss356_0313busts of [Chaim Meyer Davidsonand Chasia Davidson]
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Circa 1965
Chaim Meyer and Chasia H. Davidson (busts) Clemson University Libraries Clay busts of Chasia Davidson (left) and Chaim Meyer Davidson (right) , A. Wolfe Davidson's mother and father. Family photos can be seen at left and bottom.  Davidson's mother emigrated to the United States with him in 1922; Davidson's father was killed in Ukraine, in 1919, during a skirmish between German and Red Army forces. Sculpted during the artist's tenure at Brenau College. Image taken from a negative.
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circa 1965
Berry Hillman (portrait photograph) Clemson University Libraries Photograph of Berry Hilllman, maternal uncle of A. Wolfe Davidson. Hillman was the first member of Davidson's family to emigrate from Russia to the United States and settle in South Carolina. Davidson and his mother, Chasia H. Davidson, would join Hillman in 1922. On back: Mss356_0608; [Berry Hillman]
Portrait photograph of Berry Davidson Clemson University Libraries Portrait of photograph of Berry Davidson, older brother of A. Wolfe Davidson, in his Russian military uniform. Intended for illustrative use in A. Wolfe Davidson's memoir "The Power of Pearls." Image taken from a negative.
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circa 1905
Davidson family at Jennifer Burwinkle's bat mitzvah Clemson University Libraries A. Wolfe Davidson (far right) with daughter Edith Burwinkle (far left, wearing hat) and her family, on the occasion of her eldest daughter Jennifer's (center back) bat mitzvah. Photograph taken in front of the Knesseth Israel synagogue. On back: Mss356_0299May 29, 1977Reb. Jenny PinkyAbe BurwinkleDavidson Hana JEssat Knesseth Israel for JennysBat Mitzvah
1977-05-29

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