DJN Foundation’s Davidson Archive finds a permanent home at U-M Bentley Historical Library.
Photos by Marcin Chumiecki
A Nov. 5 event at the Gerald Ford Presidential Library at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor celebrated the new permanent home of the DJN Foundation’s William Davidson Archive of Jewish Detroit History at U-M’s Bentley Historical Library. Find the archive at djnfoundation.org.
Detroit Jewish News Foundation President Arthur Horwitz, University of Michigan President Dr. Mark Schlissel and U-M Bentley Historical Library Executive Director Terry McDonald
Dan Cherrin, Huntington Woods; Eli Saulson, Franklin; Dr. Mark Schlissel, Ann Arbor; Arthur Horwitz, West Bloomfield; Ralph Gerson, Bloomfield Hills; Mike Smith, Farmington Hills; Kevin Browett, Bloomfield Hills; Darin McKeever, Birmingham; and Kari Alterman, Franklin
Detroit Jewis News COO Kevin Browett of Bloomfield Hills, and Michelle and Eli Saulson of Franklin
Terry McDonald and Arthur Horwitz in conversation
Jordyn Rosenzweig, Emily Cloch and Ali Duhan, all of Ann Arbor and all students in U-M’s Jewish Communal Leadership Program
University of Michigan President Dr. Mark Schlissel
Dede and Jerry Weinberg of West Bloomfield, and Nancy and Phil Margolis of Ann Arbor.
Arthur Horwitz, Kari Alterman of the William Davidson Foundation, Davidson Foundation CEO Darin McKeever and Terry McDonald.
Dr. Adam Horwitz and son Benjamin
of Ann Arbor
Sandy Hermanoff of Bingham Farms and Mary Lou Zieve of Bloomfield Hills
Schlissel and Sarai Brachman Shoup of Ann Arbor.