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The personal papers of Martin Leffler, Sr., a Past President of Congregation Mickve Israel.
A native Atlantan, Dr. Marvin C. Goldstein was a clinical professor of orthodontics at the Medical College of Gerogia and Emory University. He was active in a wide variety of community activities, including the Civil Rights Movement. His papers include biographies, Civil Rights related material, correspondence, deeds, articles, invitations, programs, newsletters, speeches, newspaper clippings, and material related to his service during Worlds War II.
Maurice Friedman was mayor of Sandersville, Georgia in the late 1950s and into the early 1960s. The papers consists of correspondence, newspaper articles, and business records including minutes.
This collection contains a small sampling of the work Mr. Gettinger accomplished while Executive Director of the Atlanta Jewish Federation.
Max Rosenbluth Family Papers, c.1929-1953, consisting of .4 cubic feet of material relating to the extended family of Max and Beryl Rosenbluth who survived the Holocaust in hiding in Poland and France, including emigration documents; identity documents; writings relating to war experiences.
Maxine and Jacob Goldstein were active in the Democratic National Convention and have a long family history in Milledgeville, Georgia. Their family papers include certificates, correspondence, deeds, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, diaries, and miscellaneous material related to their political involvement and the family owned department store that existed for nearly 100 years.
A native Atlantan, Mendel Romm, Jr. was active in the Jewish community and a successful businessman. His papers include correspondence, certificates, newspaper clippings, photographs, and textiles.
Mendle and Fannie Boorstin were both active in Jewish communal life. In large part, it was the persistence of Fannie Boorstin that led to the creation of a Jewish home for the aged in Atlanta. The papers consist of minutes of the Hungarian Benevolent Society, 1926-1927; newsletters from the Young Women’s Hebrew Association, 1922-1923; and records chronicling the movement in the 1950s to establish a home for the aged in Atlanta.
Papers consisting of a family history, photographs, school documents and correspondence relating the Goldstein and Tanenbaum families of Martinez, Georgia and Augusta, Georgia.
Michael Angelo Greenblatt was a soldier during the War of the Philippine Insurrection, 1900. He later became band director for Georgia School (now Institute) of Technology where he arranged the "Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech". His papers include a diary from the War of the Philippine Insurrection, discharge papers from the United States Army and the Georgia Militia, and newspaper clippings.
Mike Bock was born in Atlanta, Georgia. His parents were from Vladivostok, Russia. The collection consists of memorabilia from Edison Brothers Stores, Inc., 1944-1966; and a scrapbook compiled by Ilene Bock Zier, 1951-1956 consisting of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, school, and camp material.
The Saul family has been active in a wide variety of community activities including Ahavath Achim Congregation, Atlanta Jewish Community Center, Atlanta Jewish Federation and its predecessor organizations, B’nai B’rith Women, and Hillel. The papers consist of records from these various organizations.
The Minis Family was one of the first to settle in Georgia after it was founded as a British colony in 1733. They have been active in business, law, and the military in Savannah and elsewhere for nearly two hundred years. The papers in this collection include correspondence, clippings, diaries, and a prayerbook relating to the family and its history.
Minna Simon Heyman was born on December 29, 1873 in New Orleans, Louisiana. She married Arthur Heyman and had four children; Charles, Herman, Dorah, and Joseph. Her papers consist of diaries spanning 1898-1952 and the book “War Memories” by Frank A. Holden, which mentions Yoel Joel several times throughout the book regarding his service in World War I.
The papers primarily relate to Hermann Hirsch, a Confederate veteran who settled in Columbus, Georgia. The collection contains letters written by Herman Hirsch while in service to the Confederacy. The letters give a full account of the siege of Jackson in 1863.
Various documents about Mitchell Kaye and his politcal career from 1991-2002.
Moe D. Horowitz was an Atlanta businessman and past president of Congregation Shearith Israel. The collection consists of miscellaneous records from Shearith Israel, the Atlanta Jewish Welfare Fund (later known as the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta), and the Hebrew Academy of Atlanta.
Moise Kaplan was a graduate of Boys' High School and attended Georgia Tech’s night school of Commerce. He served in the Army during WWII. After the war he returned to Atlanta and the insurance industry. He engaged in sports fishing and later authored several books on the subject.
Mollie Bressler Bergman was a native Atlantan and a member of Ahavath Achim Congregation. During her teenage years she was involved in Junior Hadassah and a number of other clubs.
Moments in Time is an oral history project to capture, preserve and share stories of 3 generations of Jews in Atlanta. The project was founded in 2016 by Justin Milrad, Rabbi Brad Levenberg, and Isaac Frank with support from the Marcus Foundation. In 2019, the project transfered to the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.
Montag Bros., a school supply manufacturer and distributor, was established in Atlanta in 1889 by Sigmund Montag and his four brothers. Of special interest are examples of the products produced by the National Pencil Company, the factory where Leo Frank was employed. The records consist of product catalogues, 1916-1930.
In 1773 Mordecai Sheftall, a leader among the Jews of Savannah, Georgia, established a second burial site specifically for the Jewish community. Items contain correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and minutes related to the work of the trustees of the Mordecai Sheftall Cemetery, the care of the cemetery and adjacent property, the establishment of the Hebrew Cemetery Trust Fund, the Mickve Israel Memorial Endowment Fund, and the Mordecai Sheftall Memorial Building.
Morris Arnovitz was a navigator with the Army Air Corps and had completed 21 missions before being shot down over Germany. He was a prisoner of war in Germany for the remainder of the war. Of special interest are his flight log and a journal kept by him while a prisoner of war. His papers consist primarily documents relating to the military service of Morris Arnovitz during World War II.
Morris Dwoskin was the founder of Dwoskin, Inc. an Atlanta based wallpaper company. His son Harry was extremely active in wide variety of Jewish and general community organizations and was elected the president of the Better Business Bureau in Atlanta in 1966. The collection consists of a scrapbook highlighting the accomplishments of Harry Dwoskin; records and memorabilia from Dwoskin, Inc.; and records from Ahavath Achim Congregation.
The papers reflect upon the life of Morris Hartman from Thomaston, Ga. The collection contains correspondence to his future wife, prayers, poems and miscellaneous business papers.
An early setter of Atlanta, Morris Hirsch was a founder of The Temple and of Hirsch’s, an Atlanta retailer for over 100 years. The papers contain a discharge certificate (photocopy) for Confederate soldier Henry Hirsch, 1861; and documents from Hirsch’s, an Atlanta retailer established in 1863.
- Atlanta (Ga.) 96
- Jews -- Georgia -- Atlanta 83
- Jewish businesspeople 65
- Jews -- Georgia -- Savannah 53
- Savannah (Ga.) 44
- Jews -- Georgia 40
- Congregation Ahavath Achim (Atlanta, Ga.) 38
- Jewish women 37
- Savannah Jewish Archives 32
- World War, 1939-1945 26
- Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta 25
- Emigration and immigration 24
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) 24
- Rabbis 21
- B'nai B'rith International 18
- B'nai B'rith Women 18
- Jews -- United States 16
- Jewish youth 15
- Entrepreneurship 13
- Jewish lawyers 13 ∧ less
- English 432
- German 7
- Yiddish 6
- Hebrew 4
- Russian 3
- French 2
- Czech 1
- Dutch; Flemish 1
- Germanic languages 1
- Latin 1
- Polish 1
- Romanian; Moldavian; Moldovan 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1 ∧ less
- Frank, Leo, 1884-1915 5
- Congregation B’nai B’rith Jacob (Savannah, Ga.) 3
- Epstein, Harry H., Rabbi, 1903-2003 3
- Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America 3
- Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta 3
- Wexler, William A., Dr., 1913-2000 3
- William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum 3
- B'nai B'rith Women 2
- Bauman, Mark K., 1946- 2
- Eplan, Samuel L., 1905-1982 2
- Hebrew Benevolent Congregation (Atlanta, Ga.) 2
- Jewish Educational Alliance (Savannah, Ga.) 2
- Levy, Jack M., 1908-1988 2
- Rosenberg, Abraham I., Rabbi, 1912-1985 2
- Steiner, Andre, 1908-2009 2
- Travis, Robert M., 1900-1985 2
- United Jewish Appeal 2
- AMIT (Organization) 1
- AMIT Women 1
- Abrams, Ann Uhry, 1934- 1 ∧ less