Tychman Shapiro Gallery

Fall Season



SCRAP STORIES

April 3 – May 26, 2016

Learn how the barely tolerated Jewish junkman, who picked up everything from bones and bottles to rags and iron, became a leader in the Green Revolution. You may find your grandparents’ story here. Produced by the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest.

On display in the Tychman Shapiro Gallery & Shared Walls Exhibition Areas

Panel Discussion

Sunday, May 1st at 2:00PM
FREE
Sabes JCC 4330 S. Cedar Lake Road, St. Louis Park, MN 55416

The Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest will hold a panel discussion about Jews in the scrap business in the Upper Midwest. Five people who were formerly in this business will talk about their experiences, and the discussion will be moderated by Linda Schloff, a former Director of the JHSUM.

Related Event

Preserving History: A Community Scanning Event
Tuesday, May 17th from 4:00PM to 7:00PM

Do you have treasured historical documents that you've always wanted to share with others but can't bear to part with the original? Drop by this event armed with up to five of your best historical photographs or documents and we will digitize them for you on the spot! After scanning with one of our knowledgeable librarians you will walk away not only with your original documents but also a thumb drive containing a high resolution digital copy of your materials. This is a great way to increase the usability of your photos or treasured historical documents and to finally email a copy to family members or post it on Facebook! More information to come.

Sponsored by the Upper Midwest Jewish Archives and Minitex,
University of Minnesota.