M94-08 - HARRY STEINBERG COLLECTION

The collection consists of the papers of Harry Steinberg.  It also includes materials and correspondence of several of his brothers, S. Steinberg, Nathan and Jake Steinberg, and his cousin, Samuel Sklar.  Harry Steinberg was born in 1897 in Neelyville, Missouri to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steinberg, both of Jewish heritages.  He died in 1971 in El Dorado, Arkansas, where he had lived and worked for 46 years.  He attended the University of Arkansas, University of Missouri, and graduated in 1921 with an A.B. degree from Washington University in St. Louis.  He received a law degree there in 1924, and later became a prominent attorney.  Steinberg was a veteran of WWI and WWII.  He organized the first AMVET post in Arkansas and served as the national vice commander for the organization at one time.  He was also very active in Masonic organizations in the state.

 

Box 1

File 1 – Correspondence, 1916-1930

File 2 – Correspondence, 1940-1969

File 3 – Correspondence, undated

File 4 – Masonic Correspondence, 1925-1961

File 5 – Masonic Correspondence, 1962-1970 and undated

File 6 – Masonic Materials

File 7 – Military Correspondence, 1940-1942

File 8 – Military Correspondence, 1943-1944 and undated

File 9 – Miscellaneous Materials, Certificate, etc.

File 10- Miscellaneous News clippings

File 11- Photographs

File 12- Photographs

File 13- Photographs

File 14- Photographs

End of Box 1

 

Box 2 – Oversize Materials

Item 1 – Various Slides, 1965-1978 and undated

Item 2 – Certificate of Mystic Order Veiled Prophets of the Enchanted Realm, 1920

Item 3 – Certificate of U.S. Eastern District Court, 1924

Item 4 – Certificate of U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, 1924

Item 5 – Arkansas Attorneys License, 1924

Item 6 – Tennessee License to Practice Law, 1925

Item 7 – Nobles of the Mystic Shrine Certificate, 1933

Item 8 – Photograph, 1934

Item 9 – Certificate of Appointment as Government Appeal Agent, 1941

Item 10- Simon L. Steinberg Masonic Certificate

Item 11- Supreme Court Certificate, 1961

Item 12- Freemason Certificate, 1961

Item 13- National Association of Real Estate Boards Certificate, 1964

Item 14- Texas Association of Realtors Membership Certificate, 1974

Item 15- Texas Association of Realtors Membership Certificate, 1979

Item 16- Masonic Home and School of Texas Certificate of Appreciation

Item 17- Washington University Certificate

Item 18- Washington University Certificate

Item 19- Freemason Certificate

End of Box 2

End of Collection