Gallery Archive


Albert Kahn

Albert Kahn: Jewish Detroit’s Favorite Architect


Detroit City Flag

The flag of the city of Detroit was designed by David Heineman in 1907


Elaine Jacob

Bottling, plastics and packaging visionary with a passion for the arts


Evelyn Golden

First female intern at Hurley Hospital devoted life to aiding women and children


Blanche Hart

Helped lay the foundations for Jewish social services throughout Detroit.


Emil Heineman

David Emil Henieman, born in Detroit on October 17, 1865, was the son of Emil and Fanny Butzel Heineman, prominent Jewish Detroiters who ran a clothing store within Detroit’s Russell House on Campus Martius, and were very involved in the community.


Fanny and Emil Heineman

She served as president for some thirty years of the Detroit Ladies' Society for the Support of Hebrew Widows and Orphans in the State of Michigan, popularly known as The Frauen Verein.


David Heineman

David Emil Henieman, born in Detroit on October 17, 1865, was the son of Emil and Fanny Butzel Heineman, prominent Jewish Detroiters who ran a clothing store within Detroit’s Russell House on Campus Martius, and were very involved in the community.


Magnus Butzel

The Butzel company not only provided uniforms to the Union soldiers during the Civil War, but the brothers also helped provide safe passage for slaves making their way along the Underground Railroad.