Always a Kaddish:
Rear Admiral Herb Bridge

Resources


Selected list of resources related to this exhibit and to learn more about the legacy of Herb Bridge.

Artifacts

Ben Bridge Watch. National Museum of American History.

Biographies & Tributes

Chesley, Frank. “Bridge, Herbert “Herb” Marvin (1925-2018).” HistoryLink.org. May 7, 2005.

Columns Staff, “Herb Bridge, 1925-2018,” University of Washington Magazine, June 5, 2018.

“Herbert Marvin Bridge.” Ancestry.com.

“Herbert Marvin Bridge.” Dignity Memorial.

Ng, Assunta. “Herb: A bridge for all — Two Seattle giants honored: Mr. Downtown Admiral Herb Bridge and Wing Luke.” Northwest Asian Weekly. March 20, 2015. 

“RAdm Herbert M. Bridge; (ret)” navy.memorieshop.com.

“Remembering Herb Bridge,” Downtown Seattle Association.

Seymour “Sy” Brody, “Rear Admiral Herbert M. Bridge: A Veteran of Two Wars and 41 Years in the U.S. Navy,” Jewish Generals and Admirals in America's Military.

Books

Bridge Herbert M. Building Bridges. Seattle: the author, 2012.

Cone, Molly, Howard Droker and Jacqueline B. Williams. Family of Strangers. University of Washington Press; First Edition (July 1, 2003).

Collections

Benjamin M. Bridge papers, 1912-1930. Accession No. 2314-001. Washington State Jewish Archives. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.

Herbert M. Bridge family films and photographs, 1938-2009. Washington State Jewish Archives. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.

Washington State Jewish Historical Society photograph collection, 1890-1992. Washington State Jewish Archives. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.

Yearbook collection. Seattle Public Schools Archive.

Oral Histories

Bobbe Bridge oral history, 2009, Accession No. 5610-001. Washington State Jewish Archives. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.

Herb Bridge Interview. March 30, 2000. Washington State Jewish Archives. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.

Jon Bridge Interview. March 10, 2020. Washington State Jewish Archives. University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.

Oral History of Shirley G. Bridge, 2001 June 27 and August 8. Brookline, Mass: Jewish Women's Archive. Retrieved from https://archive.org/details/ShirleyG.Bridge27-june-2001WeavingWomensWords, May 15, 2021.


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Beginnings of Seattle's Bridge Family

Embracing Independence

Bridge Family Extended

Navy Years and Military Career

Family Means Business

"Mr. Downtown"

Tikkun Olam

Resources

Acknowledgments

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