Browse Items (164 total)

  • Collection: Adriana B. and Peter N. Termaat collection
Go to Pieter Termaat teaching certificate item page

Teaching certificate of Pieter N. Termaat. In Dutch.
Go to Life Enricher Certificate of Appreciation item page

Life Enricher Certificate of Appreciation awarded to Peter Termaat by Rich DeVos, President of Amway Corporation
Go to Courage and Care Awards, Anti-Defamation League item page

Invitation to an Evening of Reflection and Tribute, including Courage and Care Awards to Pieter N. and Adriana B. Termaat, held at the Jewish Community Center on June 4, 1991.
Go to Royal Decision of 29 December 1980, Number 104 item page

Royal Decision by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands to award the Resistence Memorial Cross to members of the 1940-1945 Foundation resistance group and others. In Dutch.
Go to Adriana Termaat (1879-1952), 1897 item page

Portrait photograph of Adriana Termaat (1879-1952), dauther of Aris Termaat (b. 1832) and Neeltje DeJong (b. 1847), taken by J. W. Besyn in Alkmaar, 1897.
Go to Schuurman family, 1928 item page

Photograph of the Schuurman family. Left to right: Adriana B., Cornelis, L. Schuurman-Hennipman, Lisje Schuurman, Jacob N. and Nicolaas P. J. Schuurman.
Go to Evacuation instructions item page

Detailed instructions in the case of an evacuation for the town of Broek op Langendijk, North Holland, Netherlands, circa 1940. In Dutch.
Go to Pieter Termaat work order item page

Work assignment to report to bridge near Heerhugowaard canal in Broek op Langedijk, North Holland, Netherlands with a spade, signed by the Mayor of Langedijk. The author also reminds the receiver of the order of serious penalties should they not…
Go to Pieter Termaat bicycle registration item page

Bicycle registration of Pieter Termaat, signed by the Mayor of Langedijk. Termaat was given permission to keep his bicycle due to his position on the staff of the local air defense office. In Dutch.
Go to Neeltje Termaat (1886-1975) with two unidentified women, circa 1908 item page

Portrait of Neetlje Termaat (1886-1975) with two unidentified women, by J. Chrispijn. Neeltje was the unmarried daughter of Aris Termaat (b. 1832) and Neeltje De Jong (b. 1847).
Go to Holocaust Remembrance Service program item page

Program for the Congregation Ahavas Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Service, with poems and hymns in English and Hebrew.
Go to Blessings for Our Food item page

Pamphlet of blessings and prayers for mealtime by the Men's Club of Congregation Ahavas Israel, in English and Hebrew
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