Papers, Photographs, scrapbooks, and house plans from Edgar and Beth Rossheim. There are also magazine clippings, design inspirations, and progress of the construction that was collected as the Rossheim's built their home in the Kingsmill Community of Williamsburg. Additionally, there is a large scrapbook maintained by Beth and her family documenting her birth and childhood as well as her activities and involvement with the Temple Beth El Synagogue in Williamsburg, Va.
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2.3 Linear Feet
Gift of Gift of Beth Rossheim, 2018.
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