Alwyn Goldstein is interviewed by his grandson, Keith Greenspon. Goldstein discusses his parents, Max and Rosie Goldstein, who owned a clothing store on King Street in Charleston (S.C.); his childhood in Charleston and working in the family store; and starting his own store, Alwyn's Department Store, in Georgetown (S.C.).
Transcriptions of Rabbi Padoll’s typewritten and handwritten sermons and addresses from his various rabbinates, including Charleston’s Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim. A civil rights advocate, Padoll discusses ongoing struggles for social justice, contemporary events such as the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, and parables related to the Sabbath and holiday celebrations.
As Confederate States Secretary of War, Judah P. Benjamin requests Printups assistance in mustering companies to populate the 55th regiment of the Confederate army. Printup was the son of wealthy planter who owned land near Rome, Georgia.