- Newberger family
- Newberger family photograph collection
- circa 1895-circa 1925 (inclusive)18951925
- 12 photographic prints (1 folder) ; various sizes
- Collection Number
- Photographs of Seattle Jewish families: the Newberger and Frauenthal families in Germany and Seattle
- University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
- Access Restrictions
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
Henrietta (Frauenthal) Newberger (died April 7, 1934) was mother to siblings Caroline "Carrie" Newberger (died July 16, 1926), Blanche H. Newberger (Mrs. Samuel R. Stern), Joseph H. Newberger, who was a vice president of the Seattle National Bank, (died December 1982), and Meyer A. Newberger (died August 15, 1951). Henrietta's brothers Jacob, Samuel, and Joseph Frauenthal were early Jewish residents of Seattle who established one of the first general merchandise stores at First Avenue South and Yesler Way in the 1860s. The Newberger home was located at 1701 17th Avenue.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
The collection consists of photographs of the Frauenthal and Newberger families in Germany and Seattle.
Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top
Forms part of the Washington State Jewish Archives.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation, or publication. Contact Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries for details.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
Frauenthal/Newberger family group picture taken outside
From accompanying material: Standing, left to right: Carrie (Frauenthal) Rosenblatt, Joe Newberger, Jacob Frauenthal, Blanche Newberger (Stern), Carrie Newberger, Joe Frauenthal; sitting: Henrietta Newberger, Meyer Newberger.
|1||2||Sam and Ida Frauenthal and Hilda Geers next to Frauenthal grave stone in the cemetery of their home town of Kaiserslantern, Germany||circa 1900|
|1||3||Henrietta Newberger standing by her sister Rosina Koshland who lived in San Francisco||circa 1900|
|1||4||Meyer Newberger, Carrie Newberger, Milton Blum, Blanche Newberger (Stern), Flora Rosenberg, and Henry Bories seated outside in tall grass||circa 1900|
|1||5||Joe Newberger and Herbert Schoenfeld smiling from window of cabin on yacht||circa 1905|
Group of hikers resting on rocks with snowfield or glacier in background
From accompanying material: Left to right: Cliff Winkler, Meyer Newberger, unidentified man, unidentified man, Jack Winkler, Joe Newberger, unidentified man.
|1||7||Newberger home at 1701 17th Avenue, Seattle with Newberger's houseboy standing on balcony||circa 1905|
Large group of women seated in open touring vehicle with "Seeing Seattle" painted on side.
From accompanying material: Driver is standing in front of vehicle and Blanche Newberger (Stern) is eighth from right.
|1||9||Jacob Frauenthal sitting outside in wicker chair||circa 1910|
Group in garden
From accompanying material: Including Melville Monheimer (standing, far right), Isaac Singerman (sitting, far left), and Lester Lobe (sitting, far right).
Group of women sitting outside
From accompanying material: Left to right: Flora Rosenberg, Blanche Newberger (Stern), Mrs. Jack Danzinger, Hattie Bria Schwartz, Mrs. Isaac Lurie, Jessie Hiller, Helen Blumenthal, Etta (Dinkelspiel) Shermer.
|1||12||Blanche (Newberger) Stern with Judge Samuel Stern on golf course||circa 1920s|
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Newberger family--Photographs
Form or Genre Terms
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Visual Materials Collections (University of Washington)