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Footstone of Morris Speizman

Subject

Morris Speizman was the author of "The Jews of Charlotte." He is buried in the Hebrew Cemetery, in Charlotte, N.C.

Description

Morris Speizman (1905-1987) was a Charlotte businessman, author, and Jewish community leader. He founded Speizman Industries, Inc., a textile machinery company. In addition to his business, Speizman was very active in the Jewish and civic communities.
As an author, he wrote This Week's Miracle (Charlotte: Heritage Printers, 1968), Our World To Come (Charlotte: Graham Publishing Co., 1975), The Jews of Charlotte (Charlotte: McNally and Loftin, 1978), and Some Things I Wish I Had Said--And Some I Did! (Charlotte: Graham Publishing Co., 1983). He died in Charlotte on July 25, 1987 and was buried in the Hebrew Cemetery.

Creator

Mary Carolyn Dominick

Publisher

Atkins Library, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Date

2010

Contributor

Mary Carolyn Dominick
Group #5

Rights

Materials in the UNC Charlotte 2010 History in the Digital Age class project site are provided free for educational use under fair use as outlined by current U.S. Copyright law and accompanying guidelines. Written permission from the J. Murrey Atkins Library or the rights holder must be obtained before using an item for publishing or commercial purposes.

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JPEG

Language

English

Type

Color Photograph (digital)

Identifier

http://history.uncc.edu/digitalage/admin/items/show/93

Coverage

Hebrew Cemetery, 1801 Statesville Ave. Charlotte, N.C. 28206
November 9, 2010

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Citation

Mary Carolyn Dominick, "Footstone of Morris Speizman," in Life in a New South City: Charlotte, NC 1865-1929, Item #93, http://digitalage.uncc.edu/items/show/93 (accessed November 24, 2017).

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