Torah Pointer [71.5]: Torah Pointer, Morocco, n.d The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, UC Berkeley
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Heyman (Agnes) papers, 1978-1992.

Agnes Heyman was born in Czechoslovakia in 1923 and was a Holocaust survivor. She worked as a San Francisco City Controller and was a San Francisco City Guide. Heyman was also an active volunteer and a member of the De Young Museum and Hadassah. Her husband was Alfred Heyman.

Consists of certificates and letters of appreciation given to Heyman for her work for the city of San Francisco and her volunteer endeavors. Some of the material came from or was signed by Milton Marks; San Francisco mayor George Moscone; Archbishop John Quinn; the University of San Francisco art museum; the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; and San Francisco Architectural Heritage volunteers.


Author/Creator

Heyman, Agnes

Size

1 folder.

Collection #

BANC MSS 2010/535

Publication Date

May 1, 1978


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