Did you know Milwaukee was home to a well-known Jewish featherweight boxer during the 1920s? Julius Singer, later known as Joey Sangor, was born on July 4th, 1903 in Russia. In 1905, Sangor came to Milwaukee with his mother and… Read More
Category: Tuesday’s Treasure
The Archives at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee recently received a collection of letters written by Arthur (Artie) J Grossman, a Jewish soldier from Milwaukee during World War II; they were donated by Lloyd Levin, Artie’s nephew. This collection of letters provides insight to what life was like for both Artie in the Army and his family in Milwaukee during World War II.