MADISON: Dane County Print

MADISON: Dane County

BOOK: Swarsensky, Manfred, 1906-1981. Title: Papers, 1937-1983. Description: 2.4 c.f. (2 record center cartons and 1 archives box) and 5 tape recordings. Notes: Papers, primarily composed of addresses, sermons, and reference material, of a prominent Madison, Wisconsin rabbi, Jewish spiritual leader, scholar, and community activist. … cemetery records; … Beth El Temple, …. Forms part of the Wisconsin Jewish Archives. Register. Portions separated from the Lloyd Barbee collection and from the records of the Madison Jewish Community Council; … Location: State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Archives Division. 816 State Street, Madison, Wis. 53706. Box 1-3 MAD 3M/38/P4 1 tape recording MAD Sound/Tape 1170A 4 tape recordings MAD Sound/Tape 1253A. Control No.: WIHVS4880-A

  • Forest Lawn Cemetery: Forest Hill, Forest Home. 1 Speedway Road; phone: 608-266-4721; Three out of 41 sections in this cemetery are Jewish and cover 8 out of the 135 acres of land. A caretaker lives on the premises. Source: Penny Deshur; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Plan of section no. 10, Forest Hill Cemetery, belonging to the Jewish congregation, Madison, Wis. / surveyed and drawn by P. McCabe, city surveyor. McCabe, P.Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives1 ms. map [June 2014]

Last Updated on Monday, 09 June 2014 23:34