Guide to the Papers of Stanley and Mary Ann Snider, undated, 1902-2013 [bulk 1960-1990]

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Jewish Heritage Center at NEHGS

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Stanley Snider
Mary Ann Snider
Title: Stanley and Mary Ann Snider Papers
Dates:undated, 1902-2013 [bulk 1960-1990]
Abstract: The Snider, Winer, Kane and Korelitz families are documented within this collection, although the bulk of the materials pertain to Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s immediate family. The Sniders are the founders of Stanmar, Inc., which developed Smugglers’ Notch Ski Resort. The Winers founded Elm Farm Supermarkets, and the Kanes owned furniture stores before becoming involved with the operations of Elm Farms. This collection contains photographs, slides, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and scrapbooks.
Languages: The collection is in English.
Quantity: 7 linear feet (4 Manuscript boxes and 3 Oversized [OS1] Boxes)
Identification: P-964
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
Location: Located in AJHS Boston, MA
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Biographical Note

Stanley and Mary Ann Kane Snider Family

Note: This collection contains materials pertaining to the Snider, Winer, Korelitz and Kane families.

The Snider Family

Harry Snider (March 10, 1889 – April 1957) was born in Vilna, Lithuania, to Yacov Levi (Yehuda Leib’Reb Mikhail) Snider and Rose Vinecofshy, and immigrated to the United States in either 1905 or 1912. In 1917, he founded the Massachusetts Lime and Cement Company on Portland Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The company was later renamed Massachusetts Lumber Company. Also in 1917, he married Lena Korelitz (May 26, 1895 - December 11, 1980) of Lawrence, Massachusetts. They had four children: Sumner (1918 - 1924), who died of diphtheria at the age of six; Eliot (1921 -), who later ran the family business; Stanley, founder of the development company Stanmar, Inc.; and Ruth (1925 - ), a graduate of Abbot Academy and Wellesley College. Ruth Snider married Eliot Bernstein in 1947.

Stanley Walter Snider (April 12, 1927 - ) is a graduate of Harvard University and Harvard Business School. A United States Navy veteran, Stanley also served on the Board of Beth Israel Hospital. He married Mary Ann Kane on December 6, 1954 at the Belmont Country Club in Belmont, Massachusetts. Their marriage was officiated by Rabbi Israel Kazis. Stanley and Mary Ann were also actively engaged in the Young Presidents’ Organization and Combined Jewish Philanthropies. As a businessman, he was president and CEO of Stanmar, Inc., named for him and his wife Mary Ann; one of Stanmar’s many projects was the development of Smugglers Notch Ski Resort in Vermont. Stanley also founded the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center Summer Institute.

Stanley and Mary Ann have two sons, Mark (1957 - ) and James (1958 - ). Mark Snider and his wife, Gwen Masterman, currently own the Winnetu Oceanside Resort on Martha’s Vineyard and the historic Point Breeze Hotel on Nantucket. Mark also manages Stanmar, Inc. Mark and Gwen have two children, Annie and Oliver. James and his wife, Terra Ziporin, have three children: Pallas, Sage and Solan.

Kane Family

Jacob Kane (1859 or 1872 – October 5, 1934), Mary Ann Snider’s paternal grandfather, was a Cohan who performed official duties in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. He and his wife Anna had three children: David, Louis, and Rose (married name Ketover). He is buried, with Anna, at B’nai Israel Cemetery on Mendon Road in Woonsocket.

His eldest son, David Kane (January 27, 1898 - April 2, 1983) was businessman, philanthropist and community leader. Born in Shashkev, Ukraine, David immigrated to the United States and settled in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where he helped his family manage their general store. With his brother, Louis, he founded a furniture store in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, and in the 1930s, founded a chain of Kane Furniture stores with headquarters based in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1928, he married Frances Winer, daughter of Morris and Mary (Hootstein) Winer. The marriage was officiated by Rabbi Benjamin Birnbaum in Brookline, Massachusetts.

While in Springfield, he and Frances founded Temple Sinai, a Reform congregation. He was also the founder and president of the Oxford Country Club. In 1946, Kane retired from his position as president of Kane Furniture Stores, and moved with his family to Beverly Hills, California. In 1950, the Kane family returned to Massachusetts so David Kane could head the real estate division of his father-in-law’s company, Elm Farm Foods.

David Kane was a Trustee at Beth Israel Hospital, Temple Israel and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for the Aged; the founder of the American Society of Technion University; and director of Stanmar, Inc., as well as Bonnybrook Venture Corp. In 1962, as general campaign manager of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies, he helped raise $5,500,000.00 for their philanthropic endeavors.

David and Frances Kane had two children: Mary Ann (m. Snider, September 9, 1932 - ) and Irving “Joel” Kane (November 18, 1934- ). Joel married Sarah Wise (August 1, 1938 - ) and ran the family business, Elm Farm Foods, overseeing its transition into Marathon Realty Corporation alongside his son-in-law, David Wanger, in the role of President and CEO. Joel and Sarah have two children: Johnathan, born in 1964 (m. Melissa Katz) and Gwen, born in 1962 (m. David Wanger.) Johnathan and Melissa have two children: George and Lily; Gwen and David have three children: Benjamin, Daniel and Emily.

Mary Ann (Kane) Snider graduated from Wellesley College in 1953, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She later graduated from Radcliffe Management Training Program.

Winer Family

Morris Winer (1871 or 1873 – October 18, 1954) was Mary Ann Kane Snider’s maternal grandfather. Born in a shtetl known as Malat (various spellings, Maletos, Malaty) outside of Vilna in Lithuania (then Russia), he immigrated to the United States where in 1896, he started his creamery business on Salem Street in the North End of Boston. This dairy store was the beginning of Elm Farm Supermarkets, which later became a chain of 126 stores. Morris was an original charter member of Beth Israel Hospital and in 1947, established the Morris Winer Foundation. He was also a member of Congregation Adath Jeshrun of Roxbury, Kehillath Israel of Brookline, Temple Israel of Sharon and Temple Adath of Sharon.

Morris and his wife Mary (Hootstein, 1875 – May 21, 1930) married on August 9, 1896 and had five children: Hy (m. Rose David); Sara (m. Paul Ross); Frances (m. David Kane), Irving (m. Ruth Becker), and Sam (married Evelyn). Morris’s second wife was Minnie Sambedale; they lived in Sharon until his death at the age of 84. Family legend has it that Morris was a fiddler in Lithuania, where he eloped with the Rabbi’s daughter. The marriage was annulled. This fiddle is at the Temple Israel Museum in Boston, Massachusetts.

Morris and Mary Winer’s daughter, Frances (January 13, 1903 – July 14, 1975) was a native Bostonian, born on Salem Street in the North End. A graduate of Sargent College, her interest in Zionism led to her involvement in Junior Hadassah. She was an active member of the Reform synagogue she co-founded with her husband David, a charter member of the Friends of Technion and an organizer of the Women’s Auxiliary of the Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for the Aged. In 1950, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) and was paralyzed, although she was later able to overcome her paralysis.


1871-1873 Morris Winer, father of Frances Winer Kane, born during this time in Russia.
1875 Mary Hootstein Winer, mother of Frances Winer Kane, born in Russia.
1895/1896 Morris Winer opens his first creamery, which becomes the first Elm Farm Supermarket.
March 10, 1889 Harry Snider, father of Stanley Snider, is born in Vilna, Lithuania.
January 27, 1898 David Kane, father of Mary Ann Kane Snider, born in Shaskev, Ukraine.
January 13, 1903 Frances Winer Kane is born on Salem Street in Boston.
1903 Chaim Winer (Morris Winer’s father) dies.
1905 or 1912 Harry Snider immigrates to Boston.
April 12, 1927 Stanley Walter Snider, son of Harry and Lena Karelitz Snider, is born.
1928 David Kane marries Frances Winer.
1930s David Kane founds Kane Furniture Stores based in Springfield, Massachusetts.
May 21, 1930 Mary Hootstein Winer dies at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston.
September 9, 1932 Mary Ann Kane Snider is born to David and Frances Winer Kane.
November 18, 1934 Irving “Joel” Kane, brother to Mary Ann Kane Snider, is born to David and Frances Winer Kane.
August 1, 1938 Sarah Wise Kane is born (later married to Joel Kane.)
1945 Stanley Snider serves in the Navy.
1946 David Kane retires as President of Kane Furniture Stores.
The Kane family moves to Beverly Hills, California.
1947 Morris Winer founds the Morris Winer Foundation.
1950 Frances Winer Kane is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
The Kane family returns to Boston.
David Kane becomes Vice President of the Real Estate Division of Elm Farm Food Company.
1953 Mary Ann Kane Snider graduates from Wellesley College.
December 6, 1954 Mary Ann Kane and Stanley Snider are married at Belmont Country Club in Belmont, Massachusetts.
October 18, 1955 Morris Winer dies at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston.
1957 Mark Snider is born.
Harry Snider dies.
1958 James Snider is born.
1962 David Kane manages the General Campaign for the Combined Jewish Philanthropies.
Gwen Kane, daughter of Joel and Sarah Wise Kane, is born.
1964 Johnathan Kane, son of Joel and Sarah Wise Kane, is born.
July 14, 1975 Frances Winer Kane dies.
April 2, 1983 David Kane dies.
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Scope and Content Note

This collection contains photographs, slides, genealogies, scrapbooks and correspondence relating to Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s families, including the Winer, Kane and Korelitz families. Although the bulk of the collection contains photographs and slides primarily documenting Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s family vacations, events and business trips, there is also a fair amount of genealogical materials and newspaper clippings that document the various families’ histories, as well as philanthropic ventures.

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The collection is arranged into six series as follows:

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

The collection is open to all researchers by permission of the Director of Collections and Engagement of the American Jewish Historical Society, except items that are restricted due to their fragility.

This collection contains audiovisual or electronic media that requires special equipment to access. Please notify reference staff at 24 hours in advance of needing access.

Use Restrictions

Information concerning the literary rights may be obtained from the Director of Library and Archives of the American Jewish Historical Society. Users must apply in writing for permission to quote, reproduce or otherwise publish manuscript materials found in this collection. For more information contact:
American Jewish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY, 10011

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Related Material

Papers of Eliot Snider, P-977

Records of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies, I-220

Records of Beth Israel Hospital, I-455

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Archives, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital

Records of Elm Farm Supermarkets, I-552

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); Stanley and Mary Ann Snider Papers; P-964; box number; folder number; Jewish Heritage Center at NEHGS.

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Acquisition Information

Donated to the American Jewish Historical Society, New England Archives in December 2012 by Stanley and Mary Ann Kane Snider.

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Access Points

This collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

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Container List

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

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Series I: Business and Philanthropy, 1961-2012

Boxes 1 and 6.

Arranged by type of material and alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

This series includes news clippings, correspondence, photographs and related records and ephemera regarding the business and philanthropic dealings of the Kane and Snider families, including Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s work with the Young Presidents’ Organization, a newspaper article about the origins of Stanmar, Inc., and materials relating to Mark Snider’s renovation of a hotel on Nantucket Island. Box 6 contains oversized materials.

1 1 David Kane 1961-1971 request_box
1 2 Nantucket Hotel (Mark Snider) 2012 request_box
1 3 News Clippings 1962, 1996 request_box
1 4 Stanley Snider 1970-1990 request_box
1 5 Young Presidents’ Organization - Africa Seminar 1973 request_box
1 6 Young Presidents’ Organization - Nordic Seminar 1977 request_box
OS 6 1 Nantucket Hotel (Mark Snider) 2012 request_box
OS 6 Framed News Article: “From Lumber Firm ‘Design-Build’” 1986 request_box
OS 6 Plaque - Young Presidents’ Organization Membership, Stanley Snider 1969 request_box
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Series II: Correspondence, 1948, 1958

Box 1.
Scope and Content:

This series includes two folders of correspondence. One folder includes correspondence from David and Frances Winer to their daughter Mary Ann whilst traveling. The second folder contains correspondence between David Kane to his brother-in-law, Hy Winer, about the Elm Farm Supermarkets.

1 7 David and Frances Winer Kane to Mary Ann Kane Snider 1958 request_box
1 8 David Kane and Hy Winer 1948 request_box
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Series III: Family Ephemera and Artifacts, undated, 1922-2012

Boxes 1 and 5-7.

Arranged alphabetically by type of object.

Scope and Content:

This series contains a collection of miscellaneous ephemera and artifacts from the Kane, Snider, Karelitz and Winer families. This includes several genealogies for the family, as well as newspaper clippings, ephemera pertaining to family events such as Bar Mitzvahs and anniversaries, as well as Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s Ketubah, Stanley Snider’s degrees from Harvard University, and memorabilia from David Kane as founding member of the Oxford Country Club in 1946. Also in this series is a menorah (located in box 7), given to David Kane by the Combined Jewish Philanthropies, in honor of his service to their general campaign.

1 9 Book: Chazan Ish: A Biography of Rabbi Isaiah Karelitz 1971 request_box
1 10 Book: The Center Table - Recipes from Temple Mishkan Tefila (Dorchester, Massachusetts) 1922 request_box
1 11 Boston Sunday Herald Featuring Stanley Snider 1948 request_box
1 12 Cartoon Drawing of Stanley and Mary Ann Kane Snider 2012 request_box
1 13 David Kane’s 75th Birthday undated request_box
1 14 Stanley Snider’s Bar Mitzvah 1940 request_box
1 15 Surprise 45th Wedding Anniversary Party for David and Frances Winer Kane 1973 request_box
1 16 David Kane’s Funeral 1983 request_box
1 17 Eliot Bernstein (Brother-in-Law to Stanley and Mary Ann Kane Snider) 1976 request_box
1 18 Eliot Snider (Brother to Stanley Snider) 1962, 1975 request_box
1 19 Frances Winer Kane’s Death and Funeral (some items restricted) 1975, 1977-1979 request_box
1 20 Kane Family History undated request_box
1 21 Karelitz Family Research (a connection through Stanley Snider’s mother Lena Karelitz) 2003 request_box
1 22 Morris Winer’s Family Genealogy 2009 request_box
1 23 Snider-Karelitz Family Tree undated request_box
1 24 Story of Morris Winer’s Fiddle undated request_box
1 25 Winer Family Genealogy 1941, 2000 request_box
OS5 Frances Winer’s Prayer Book (fragile) undated request_box
OS6 2 Miscellaneous Certificates 1945-1954 request_box
OS7 Menorah undated request_box
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Series IV: Photographs and Slides, undated, 1902-2012

Boxes 1-3 and 6.

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

This series contains hundreds of slides and photographs documenting events, vacations and every day happenings in the Snider, Kane, Winer and Karelitz families. Oversized photographs include Stanley Snider’s Navy photograph (1945), Mary Ann Kane Snider on her wedding day (1954), Frances Winer Kane on her wedding day (1928), a professional portrait of Mary Ann Kane Snider, a photograph of Morris Winer and an assistant outside of his creamery on Salem Street in the North End of Boston, and a group photograph taken at a Karelitz Wedding (1930.) Folders containing slides are identified by a (s.) Please note that slides have been digitized and can be viewed online at User access is by permission only. Oversized photographs are in box 6. Photograph and slide folders are primarily labeled as the donor originally labeled them.

1 26 Acapulco, Mexico (p) request_box
1 27 Africa - Ambosili, Kilimanjaro (s) request_box
1 28 Africa - Nairobi, Tsaro East and West (s) request_box
1 29 Africa - Zululand (s) request_box
1 30 American Jewish Committee to East and West Germany (p) request_box
1 31 Annie and Oliver (p) request_box
1 32 Art Tour, France (p) request_box
1 33 Austria (p) request_box
1 34 Bar Mitzvah Presentation - Mark Snider (s) (includes cassette tape) request_box
1 35 Bare Boats Charter with Jim Fleck in the British West Indies (p) request_box
1 36 Bedouin Home, Israel (p) request_box
1 37 Bicycle Tour - Normandy, France (p) request_box
1 38-39 Bicycle Tour - Switzerland (p) request_box
2 1 Bicycle Trip through France (p) request_box
2 2 Bicycle Trip through Provence, France (p) request_box
2 3 Bicycle Trip to Dordogne (p) request_box
2 4 Bicycle Trip to Lucerne, Vitznau, Riga and Giessbach (p) request_box
2 5 Carol and Phil’s Engagement (p) request_box
2 6 Children and Passover; Sarasota, Florida (s) request_box
2 7-11 China (s) request_box
2 12 China Gardens (s) request_box
2 13 China - Peking and Great Wall (s) request_box
2 14 China - Peking and Japan - Katsura (s) request_box
2 15 China - Peking and Summer Palace (s) request_box
2 16 Courchevel (p) request_box
2 17-18 Cross Country Trip - Mark Snider (s) request_box
2 19 Cuba (p) request_box
2 20 David and Frances Kane’s 45th Wedding Anniversary (s) request_box
2 21 David Kane (p) request_box
2 22-23 England (p) request_box
2 24 European Vacation - Zurs, Klosters, Switzerland; and Israel (s) request_box
2 25 Family Photographs (p) request_box
2 26 Hong Kong and Shanghai (s) request_box
2 27 Israel Bar Mitzvah Presentation (s) request_box
2 28 Ivory Coast and Ghana (s) request_box
2 29-33 Japan (s) request_box
2 34-35 Japan and China (s) request_box
2 36 Jim Snider at Summer Camp (Camp Marblehead?) request_box
2 37 Jim Snider’s 5th and 6th Birthdays and World’s Fair (New York) (s) request_box
2 38-39 Jim Snider’s Bar Mitzvah (s) request_box
2 40 Jinsa Trip to Kennedy Aircraft Carrier (p) request_box
2 41 Joint “155th” Birthday for Stanley and Mary Ann Snider (p) request_box
2 42 Katsura in China (s) request_box
2 43 Kyoto, Japan (s) request_box
2 44-45 Martha’s Vineyard (p) request_box
2 46 Mary Ann and Stanley Snider (p) request_box
2 47 Mary Ann Snider’s 50th Birthday (Cape Cod and Hyannis Railroad) (p) request_box
2 48 Mary Ann Snider’s Birthday (p) request_box
2 49 Miscellaneous - Christmas, Jim Snider’s 9th Birthday, Weddings and Camp (s) request_box
2 50 Miscellaneous - Vacations, Christmas, Children, Stanmar Meetings (s) request_box
2 51 Miscellaneous - Europe (s) request_box
2 52 Miscellaneous Keys to Slides request_box
2 53 Miscellaneous - Mary Ann (Kane) Snider (p) request_box
2 54 Miscellaneous Negatives and Slides request_box
2 55 Miscellaneous Photographs request_box
3 1 Miscellaneous - Romeo & Juliet, Vacations, Camp, Family Events (s) request_box
3 2 Miscellaneous - Stanley and Mary Ann Snider and Family (p) request_box
3 3 Miscellaneous - St. Croix, Birthdays, Jim and Mark Snider’s Birthdays (s) request_box
3 4 Miscellaneous - Unlabeled Slides request_box
3 5 Miscellaneous - Vacations (p) request_box
3 6 Miscellaneous - Vacations, Birthdays, Christmas (s) request_box
3 7 New York City (p) request_box
3 8 Papillon (France) (p) request_box
3 9-10 Passover (p) request_box
3 11 Roof Deck (p) request_box
3 12 Russia (p) request_box
3 13-14 Sailing (p) request_box
3 15 Santa Fe (s) request_box
3 16-17 Shanghai (s) request_box
3 18 Shanghai and Siam (s) request_box
3 19 Skiing, Radcliffe and Kenmore Engagement Party (p) request_box
3 20 Snider Family (p) request_box
3 21-23 Snider House on Martha’s Vineyard (p) request_box
3 24 Soochow and Shanghai (s) request_box
3 25 Soochow Water Gardens (s) request_box
3 26 South Beach 3 (Martha’s Vineyard) (p) request_box
3 27 St. Thomas (p) request_box
3 28 St. Thomas - Cowpet Bay and Little Dix (p) request_box
3 29 Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s Engagement Party and Wedding (s) request_box
3 30 Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s 10th Anniversary Vacation (s) request_box
3 31 Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s Wedding (s) request_box
3 32 Stanley Snider’s Birthday (p) request_box
3 33 Stanley Snider’s Family and Friends (p) request_box
3 34 Vacation (s) request_box
3 35-37 Vacation - Egypt (p) request_box
3 38 Vacations - Grand Canyon, Zion Bay, Las Vegas, etc. (s) request_box
3 39-40 Walking Group (p) request_box
3 41-42 Wellesley College (s) request_box
3 43 Wellesley College, Harvard - Radcliffe, ILE de France (p) request_box
3 44 Winer, Kane and Snider Families (p) request_box
3 45 Winter Storm (p) request_box
3 46 YPO Family Trip to Africa (p) request_box
3 47 YPO Scandinavia (s) request_box
3 48 YPO Tour - Kyoto, Japan (s) request_box
3 49 YPO University in Athens, Greece (p) request_box
3 50 Yosemite (s) request_box
3 51 Zermatt, Switzerland (p) request_box
OS 6 2 Early View of Village at Smuggler’s Notch, Jeffersonville, Vermont request_box
OS 6 3 Miscellaneous Family Photographs request_box
OS 6 4 Oversized Camp Woodland Photograph (Mary Ann Kane) request_box
OS 6 5 Oversized Wellesley College Graduation (Mary Ann Kane) request_box
OS 6 6 Stanley Snider’s Birthday request_box
OS 6 Mounted Photograph Plaque of Hi and Irving Winer Room at Hebrew Teacher’s College, with David Kane request_box
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Series V: Scrapbooks and Albums, undated, 1921-2003

Boxes 4-5.

Arranged by type of material and alphabetically by subject.

Scope and Content:

This series includes several family albums, including Frances Winer Kane’s scrapbooks from the early 1920s detailing her school and college years; Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s wedding album, and David Kane’s scrapbook from his time as General Manager of a Combined Jewish Philanthropy campaign. Please note that Frances Winer Kane’s scrapbooks and the Sniders’ wedding album are fragile.

4 1 David and Frances Kane’s Cruise 1958 request_box
4 2 Mary Ann (Kane) Snider’s Scrapbook - Springfield, Massachusetts to Stanford University 1932-1950 request_box
4 3-4 Pallas Snider’s Bat Mitzvah 2001 request_box
4 5-6 Stanley Snider and Smuggler’s Notch 1996 request_box
4 7 Stanley Snider’s 75th Birthday 2002 request_box
4 8 Tour of Jewish Cuba 2003 request_box
OS 5 David Kane’s Combined Jewish Philanthropies Scrapbook 1962 request_box
OS 5 Frances Winer’s Scrapbook circa 1921 request_box
OS 5 Frances Winer’s Scrapbook circa 1923 request_box
OS 5 Stanley and Mary Ann Snider’s Wedding Album 1954 request_box
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Series VI: Audio-Visual, undated, 1969, 1992, 1998

Box 4.

Arranged alphabetically by title.

Scope and Content:

This series contains a small collection of home movies on VHS tape, as well as a Smugglers Notch promotional video cassette and a VHS cassette of Stanmar, Inc. projects.

4 VHS Cassettes: undated, 1969, 1992, 1998 request_box
Mark Snider’s Bar Mitzvah, Israel 1969 request_box
Rabbi Kushner at Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center 1998 request_box
Stanmar Projects request_box
Family Vacations (recorded over Smuggler’s Notch Tourist Promotion Video (?) 1992 request_box
Smuggler’s Notch Tourist Promotion Videos (2 variations) request_box
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