HERMAN TIMBERG

50 items found relating to : Herman Timberg

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New York Times FASHION DISPLAY AT PALACE
4th December 1917
Lady Duff-Gordon Appears far a War Charity---Herman Timberg --- A fashion display staged by Lady Duff-Gordon, and including that personage herself as an added attraction, was the mecca that drew an unusually large crowd to the Palace T...
Newark Evening News TELLS OF HER FINANCIAL LOSS
24th April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS BERNARDSVILLE, April 24---Mrs. Jane Herman, wife of Samuel Herman, who lost his life in the Titanic disaster, said yesterday that her husband had with him a check for a large sum, a gold watch and chain belo...
MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL HERMAN AND DAUGHTERS ALICE AND KATE   MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL HERMAN AND DAUGHTERS ALICE AND KATE
1900
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New York Times MRS. JANE L. HERMAN
16th January 1937
She and Two Daughters Titanic Survivors---Husband, Son Lost --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- BEDMINSTER, N. J., Jan. 16---Mrs. Janes Laber [sic] Herman, 75 years old, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, died at her ho...
Newark Evening News SAY LIFEBOAT COULD HAVE HELD TEN MORE
20th April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS BERNARDSVILLE, April 20---That the lifeboat which bore them from the Titanic might easily have contained ten more passengers, is the statement of Mrs. Jane Herman and her twin daughters, the Misses Kate and ...
HERMAN PRAETORIUS   HERMAN PRAETORIUS

Herman Praetorius, the nephew with whom Henry Sonneborn kept in frequent contact via postcard....
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Newark Star JERSEY WOMAN LOST FORTUNE ON TITANIC
25th April 1912
--- NEW YORK, April 24---Mrs. Jane Herman, of Bernardsville, N. J., who was saved, with her daughters, when the Titanic foundered, but whose husband, Samuel Herman, was drowned, lost all she had in the world in that disaster. He...
ALICE HERMAN IN 1913   ALICE HERMAN IN 1913
1913
An archive photographic portrait of Titanic survivor Alice Herman, taken in 1913. ...
New York Times HERMAN MANDELBAUM
20th April 1933
Herman Mandlebaum, a retired wholesale tobacco merchant, died yesterday at his residence, 200 West Eighty-sixth Street, after a long illness. He was born in Kassel, Germany, eighty-three years ago, and came to the United States at the age of 13. Th...
KATE HERMAN IN 1913   KATE HERMAN IN 1913

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Castle Carey Visitor CARYITES ON BOARD
April 1912
The loss of the Titanic has been keenly felt in Castle Cary: as apart from its being a National Disaster, there were a number of Caryites on board. Mr. Sam Herman, for many years a butcher in the town, and for some years proprietor of the Britannia H...
ALICE AND KATE HERMAN   ALICE AND KATE HERMAN

PORTRAIT OF JANE HERMAN   PORTRAIT OF JANE HERMAN

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YOUNG ALICE HERMAN   YOUNG ALICE HERMAN

MRS. JANE HERMAN AND HER DAUGHTERS WITH GEORGE SWEET   MRS. JANE HERMAN AND HER DAUGHTERS WITH GEORGE SWEET

Family photograph of the Titanic passengers the Hermans with George Sweet...
Chicago Examiner TITANIC WIDOW KILLED BY A FORMER SUITOR
25th February 1914
San Francisco, Feb. 24---Mrs. S. L. Johnson of Tacoma, Wash., a Titanic widow and a bride of two weeks, was shot and instantly killed at the Sutter Hotel to-day by Abraham Pepper, a former suitor.  Mrs. Johnson formerly was Mrs. Herman Kla...
BOHEMIA 1908 (BACK)   BOHEMIA 1908 (BACK)

Marienbad, August 1908. Letters cross in the mail. Just as Henry's mildly reproachful card arrives in the US, Herman's apparently delayed letter arrives in Marienbad. Henry sends a second card. "August 15, 1908. Mariendbad, Bohemia. Wr received your letter and was very glad to receive same. Hope you went to Atlantic City. Love to you and brother and Elsa. Love, Uncle Henry." Elsa was the young daughter of Henry's brother, Louis Sonneborn. Louis, his wife, daughter and son were living at the Battery Ave, address when the 1910 census was taken. Residing with Wilelmina Sonneborn were Herman Praetorius and his parents, Louis Sonneborn and his family, Henry Sonneborn, Lee Schwabacher and Hay Becker, Wilhemina's unmarried brother....
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RUHRSTEIN 1908 (FRONT)   RUHRSTEIN 1908 (FRONT)

"Dear Herman Where I live X mark is Kemp Mansion. It is simply beautiful & we are having a grand old time. Love for all. Uncle Henry and Lee." ...
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New York Times MEMORIAL NOTICE
21st June 1921
In Memoriam *** MANDELBAUM---Rosa, beloved wife of Herman Mandelbaum, mother of Sahra [sic] Dessauer, Tillie Samuel, Blanch Lang. Gone, but not forgotten. *** ...
GEORGE SWEET AND HIS DOG   GEORGE SWEET AND HIS DOG

Photograph of Titanic victim George Sweet and his dog....
LIGHT STREET TAVERN-CAFE   LIGHT STREET TAVERN-CAFE

The Sonneborn Cafe on Light Street, Baltimore. In 1900, the Sonneborn family was living in rooms over the care, along with boarder Leo Schwabacher. Herman Praetorius, Henry's nephew, was born in the house next door in 1895....
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New York Times ESTATES APPRAISED
20th October 1933
*** MANDELBAUM, HERMAN (April 19, 1933). Gross assets,, $159,224; net, $142,897. To Sarah Dessauer, daughter, life estate in $58,643; Tillie M. Samuel, daughter, $15,000; Selma Molendo, not related, $10,000; estate of Blanche M. Lang, one-half...
ROMA 1906 (FRONT)   ROMA 1906 (FRONT)

Roma: Piazza Delle Terme. Fontana delle Naiadi. May 1, 1906. Nine years to the day that Henry and Leo would begin their final journey, Mr. Sonneborn sent this message to Herman Praetorius: "Lots of love. Be a good boy & study. We won't forget your watch. Uncle Henry and Lee."...
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Bernardsville News MRS. WILLIAM D. CLELAND
27th March 1947
MRS. WILLIAM D. CLELAND Mrs. William D. Cleland of Bedminster died Sunday, March 23 in Somerset Hospital, Somerville. She was the former Alice Herman. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p. m., Wednesday in St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Gladsto...
San Francisco Examiner HERMAN KLABER ON BOARD THE TITANIC
16th April 1912
Native of San Francisco, in Business in Portland, Titanic Passenger Herman Klaber of Portland, one of the biggest hop merchants on the Pacific Coast, was a passenger on the Titanic. Klaber was born in San Francisco, went throu...