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Go to "For Jews, a life of compromise" item page

Newspaper clipping from the Detroit Free Press of an article about Temple B'nai Israel's centennial celebration.
Go to "Keith and R.G." item page

Color slide of an older man holding a baby boy dressed in a blue jacket on the hood of a car.
Go to "Land of the Vikings" item page

Letter from S.O. Field published in the local Shelby, Michigan paper describing why he decided to leave Michigan and move back to Norway, the country of his birth.
Go to "Muskegon getting nationwide raves for Jewish celebration" item page

Newspaper clipping of an article about the Temple's Centennial Celebration.
Go to "Muskegon Jewish community to mark centennial" item page

Newspaper image of Sylvia Kaufman, chairwoman of the Jewish Centennial Celebration Committee.
Go to "Prepare for Invasion by Pest Enemies: M.C. Field and Area Associates have Real Defense Against Enemy Horde" item page

Article published in local Shelby, Michigan newspaper highlighting where to purchase pesticides in the area, including M.C. Field Company.
Go to "Save Your Crop With Insecticides and Fungicides!" item page

Advertisement in Shelby, Michigan newspaper for insecticides sold by M.C. Field. S.O. Field, Marge's great grandfather owned a share of that company, as did her grandparents Anton and Abba Field. Company was located in downtown Shelby.
Go to "Success Without a Mortgage: A Thrifty Norwegian's Way," circa 1900 item page

Article published in the local Shelby newspaper discussing S. O. Field's (great grandfather of Marge Peterson) success at financing their farm. Article accompanies Peterson_Marge-006.jpg
Go to "Summer School of Painting," Old Harbor, Saugatuck, Mich. postcard item page

Scenic view painting of the beach, with forest and a house in the distance, circa 1920
Go to "Tell Me Why" Stories item page

Binding of "Tell Me Why" Stories, by C.H. Claudy, published by McBride, Nast & Co., 1912.
Go to "The Old Norway Home" item page

Letter written by S. O. Field describing his visit to Norway, where he was born. Published in the local newspaper, Shelby, Michigan.
Go to "Ticket sales open for Perlman concert" item page

Newspaper clipping about the solo recital of Itzhak Perlman, an Israeli-born artist.
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