Helen Rogers Waldbaum Sprincin photograph collection, 1908-1942 PDF
- Sprincin, Helen Rogers Waldbaum
- Helen Rogers Waldbaum Sprincin photograph collection
- 1908-1942 (inclusive)19861992
- 11 photographs (1 folder) ; sizes vary
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- Collection includes photos of Prottas, Rogers, and Abrams family members
- University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
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Entire collection can be viewed on the Libraries’ Digital Collections website. Permission of Visual Materials Curator required to view originals. Contact Special Collections for more information.
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Biographical NoteReturn to Top
Helen Waldbaum Sprincin (1915-2000) was the granddaughter of clothing merchant Solomon Rogers (1860-1946) and his wife Eva Abrams Rogers (1862-1961). Solomon Rogers was a Seattle clothing merchant who with his wife purchased the Stimson mansion at 128 Aloha St. on Queen Anne Hill in 1903. The Stimson-Rogers mansion (as it came to be called) occupied the entire block with a verandah all around offering views of Lake Union, Puget Sound and the city. The Rogers family lived in the house until the death of Eva Rogers in January 1961.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
The collection consists of photographs of the family of Helen Rogers Waldbaum Sprincin, including members of the Prottas, Rogers, and Abrams families.
Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top
Forms part of the Washington State Jewish Archives.
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Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation, or publication. Contact Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries for details.
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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
Rogers family in living room of the Rogers home at 128 Aloha Street, Seattle
Home built in 1888 by Stimson family, sold to Solomon and Eva Rogers in 1903.From accompanying material: Back row, left to right: Harold "Harry" Rogers, "Grandma" Eva Abrams Rogers, "Grandpa" Solomon Rogers, Minnie Abrams, Nate Abrams, "Aunt" Freda Rogers (Loeb), Will Abrams, "Aunt" Floss Rogers, Lou Abrams, "Aunt" Celie (Abrams) Schafer, "Uncle" Dave Schafer. Seated, left to right: Joe Kaufman, "Aunt" Sara (Abrams) Kaufman, Millie Abrams, "Great-grandma" Esther Abrams, Herb Schafer, "Grandpa" Abrams, Lizzie Benjamin, Frank Benjamin, Benjamin Benjamin. Seated on floor, left to right: Ruth Kaufman, Elliot Benjamin, Lillian Kaufman, Rose (Rogers) Fisher. Identifications are probably in relation to Helen Waldbaum Sprincin. Portrait on wall behind group is Solomon Rogers.
Jennie (Levitt) Prottas
Wife of Solomon Prottas and grandmother of Helen Rogers Waldbaum Sprincin.
Sol (Solomon) Prottas
Maternal grandfather of Helen Rogers Waldbaum Sprincin. Sol Prottas came to Seattle in 1902 with his wife Jennie. He partnered with Jennie's brother to open Prottas and Levitt Furniture. Prottas was an early member of Bikur Cholim congregation as well as an influential teacher and leader at Seattle Talmud Torah.
Sol (Solomon) and Jennie (Levitt) Prottas
Maternal grandparents of Helen Rogers Waldbaum Sprincin.
Floss (Florence) Rogers Mendelsohn, daughter of Solomon and Eva Rogers
Aunt of Helen Rogers Waldbaum Sprincin.
Freda (Rogers) Loeb (left) and Floss (Rogers) Mendelsohn in backseat of convertible car on city street
Aunts of Helen Rogers Waldbaum Sprincin. Car belonged to Solomon and Eva Rogers and was the first chauffeur-driven car in Seattle.
Sam Levitt, partner in Prottas and Levitt Furniture, Seattle
Brother of Jennie Prottas.
George Prottas at 8 years old
Maternal uncle of Helen Rogers Waldbaum Sprincin.
Woman and girl in front of gazebo in backyard of Solomon Rogers home at 128 Aloha Street, Seattle
Home built in 1888 by Stimson family, sold to Solomon and Eva Rogers in 1903.
|1||10||Mrs. Sam Levitt and Jennie Prottas||undated|
|1||11||Helen (Rogers) Waldbaum and Rose Prottas in downtown Seattle, wearing striped aprons, on way to sell war stamps in Victory Square, Seattle||1942|
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- Visual Materials Collections (University of Washington)