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Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art

Oklahoma Jewish Experience

Prairie Landsmen Photographs

Prairie Landsmen:The Jews of Oklahoma

A documentary photographic project undertaken by the Gershon and Rebecca Fenster Museum of Jewish Art, Tulsa, OK (now The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art) and funded by the generous contributions of the Jewish Federation Foundation of Tulsa, The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation and other individual contributors.

Ruth Aberson, Oklahoma City
Temple Emeth, Ardmore

Ludwig Eisenberg, Ardmore
Goldsmith Tombstone, Ardmore

Sholem Alechem oil field, Velma
Neustadt Brothers, Ardmore

Infant's tombstone, Ardmore
Fisman Tombstone, Ardmore

Kirshner Fountain, Muskogee
Temple Beth Ahava, Muskogee

Phil Stolper, Muskogee
Nancy Stolper, Muskogee

Ben Siegel's Store, Caddo
Landwirth Home, Ft. Gibson

Landwirth/Freedman, Ft. Gibson
Levines and store, Hobart

Rosalyn G. Stolper, Ponca City
Klein Sisters, Tonkawa

David Milsten, Claremore
Ezie Kahn, Muskogee

Goldbergs, Hartshorne
Sue Ellen Singer, Enid

Wm. Mason's grave, Enid
Sid Matles, Nelagoney

Harris Brenner's Grave, Pawhuska
Brenner's Bank, Pawhuska

Stan Levine, Chikasha
Okla. Tire& Supply, Hobart

Sylvia Mayer Wilk, Chandler
Joe & Mary Levine, Hobart

Irv Frank, Erick
Seminole Trmple

B'nai Emunah Dome, Collinsville
Desert Storm, Collinsville

Richard Singer, Enid
Benny Goldberg, Hartshorne

Ben Stein, Lawton
Mmes. Trope, Ritzwoller, Page - Lawton

Melvin Moran, Seminole
Mike and Marty May , Bartlesville

Mitch Fram, Tahlequah
Lillie Greenberg/daughter, Purcell

Gathering data, Hobart
Katz Family, Stillwater

Westheimer Tombstone, Ardmore

All photographs Copyright © David Halpern, All rights reserved