Image of Dr. Robert S. Mendelsohn holding a book under one arm, and standing in front of a bookcase featuring books related to Judaism and Israel. Books titles include "Jerusalem," "Geography of Israel," and "Contemporary Synagogue Art."
Image of Dr. Robert S. Mendelsohn hitting the ball as he and 2 [possibly 3?] girls play tetherball at Camp Marimeta in Eagle River, Wisconsin (where R.S. Mendelsohn was doctor in the summers from 1956-1967).
Image of unidentified girl standing in the foreground while Dr. Robert S. Mendelsohn ducks as he and 3 girls play tetherball in the background, at Camp Marimeta (where Dr. Robert S. Mendelsohn was doctor in the summers from 1956-1967).
Image of Dr. Robert S. and Sally Mendelsohn sitting [on a trampoline?] in front of a body of water with kayaks on its shore, at Camp Marimeta (where Dr. Robert S. Mendelsohn was doctor in the summers from 1956-1967).
Image of Dr. Robert S. Mendelsohn , TG Remer, Harry Remer, Ruth Lockshin, and Annetta Remer sitting on a couch in front of Martin Lockshin, Sally Mendelsohn, Abby Remer, Rita Mendelsohn, and Pat Remer, in NYC on Thanksgiving 1977.
A map of the Midwestern United States from the German atlas Hand Atlas Uber Alle Theile Der Erde Und Uber Das Weltgebaude, published in 1873. The title and attribution is in German but most of the map itself is in English. Cities, towns and bodies of water are labelled throughout. Elevations are marked with hachures. The maps notes where Indigenous people reside and many reserves are outlined. Indigenous peoples represented on the map include the Omaha, Pawnee, Dakota, Otoe, Missouri, Yankton, and Winnebago/Ho Chunk peoples.