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The Zwack and Sons Funeral Home was established in 1894 by John Zwack. In the beginning the business name was Zwack Funeral Home. Then in 1916 his son joined the business changing the name to Zwack & Son Funeral Home, then his other son (Raymond) joined the business, and they changed the name to Zwack & Sons Funeral Home. At some point in time, possibly between 1990 and 2010 the Zwack Funeral Home was taken over by the Scott & Barbieri funeral Home chain , but they continue to keep their original name. This collection contains bills receipts, cemetery plot deeds, and receipt confirmation cards.
Yefroikin, S.
Papers of the American educator, author. Yefroikin also used the name S. Efron. Collection includes correspondence, 1912-1966; memorabilia, 1902-1968; and manuscripts, 1920-1968, relating to Yefroikin's writings and to Jewish secular education, particularly the Workmen's Circle schools. Correspondents include Chaim Grade and Melech Ravitch.
Zabriskie Family

Family correspondence, deeds, wills, genealogical data, travel mementos, patents, clippings,and scrapbooks of Charles F. Zabriskie (CFZ) and his son Charles Lemaire Zabriskie (CLZ) of Cooperstown. Also documents of Jean LeMaire, an immigrant from France.

Mikhashoff, Yvar
The collection contains 423 indexed images and approximately 350 additional, un-indexed snapshots. The images include publicity shots, professional photographs and snapshots of Mikhashoff in rehearsal and performance, and snapshots from some of Mikhashoff's travels. Other people included in the images include noteworthy performers and composers, such as Aaron Copland, Virgil Thomson, Sylvano Bussotti, Henri Dutilleux, Giacinto Scelsi, Toru Takemitsu, Frederic Rzewski, Luis de Pablo, Henry Brant, John Cage, Milton Babbitt, Conlon Nancarrow, Nils Vigeland, and Poul Ruders.