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Rabbi Joseph I. Cohen was the spiritual leader of Congregation Or-VeShalom for more than thirty years. The papers consist of death, birth and marriage records of members of Congregation Or VeShalom, records of the Atlanta Rabbinical Association, 1969-1978, and records from various organizations in which Rabbi Cohen was active.
Rabbi Nathan Katz was the spiritual leader of Congregation Anshi S'fard in Atlanta, Georgia for more than 50 years. The collection consists of sermons, writings, correspondence and newspaper articles.
Rabbi Nathan Kohen was the spiritual leader of Fitzgerald Hebrew Congregation in Fitzgerald, Georgia for 25 years. His papers include correspondence, newsletters and programs from the Fitzgerald Hebrew Congregation and sermons.
Rabbi Kranz served Temple Sinai in Atlanta, Georgia for over 25 years. The bulk of the collection is correspondence thanking him for all his service to the community and his congregants. Also in the collection are materials from his tenure at Chicago Sinai congregation. Additional correspondence can be found in subject specific folders.
Rabbi Raphael Gold served congregations in Atlanta, Savannah and Montgomery, Alabama. Much of this collection relates to his tenure and rabbinate at Agudath Achim in Savannah, Georgia from 1982-1990 but there is also material related to his earlier career in Washington, D.C. and later academic work in pastoral care. His papers consist of sermons, homiletic notes, eulogies, prayers, correspondence and academic course work.
Researchers studying the Rabbi Tobias Geffen Papers will gain insight into orthodox Jewish life during the 20th century. All materials arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronically within each folder.
Papers consisting of honor, awards, certificates and memorabilia from school and camp activities, and files from the Southern Branch Women's League for Conservative Judaism, the Torah Fund of the Jewish Theological Seminary, and Ahavath Achim Congregation Sisterhood.
Papers consisting of a birth certificate, two Masonic certificates, an Atlanta street directory, 1935-1936, a photograph, report card, 1924, a Masonic ring, and a medal from Camp Osceola in Henderson, North Carolina.
Documents relating to the Rambam Day School (formerly the Hebrew Community School and Savannah Hebrew Day School), a Jewish day school in Savannah, Georgia.
Raphael Moses was born in 1812 in Charleston, South Carolina. He was an eminent lawyer and leader in the Civil War and Reconstruction periods of Georgia. He served on the staff of General James Longstreet in the Army of Northern Virginia. His papers consist of a typescript copy of the autobiography of Raphael Moses, 1890, a biography of Raphael Moses written by his grandson Stanford Moses, 1939, and letters of Raphael Moses, copied from the original, by Stanford Moses, 1812-1893.
Photocopies of documents and records relating to the Raskin family of Savannah, Georgia, with particular emphasis on attorney Sidney L. Raskin (1916-2011).
Reuben Aaron Kunnes was born in Russia and immigrated to the United States with his family in 1882. The family settled in Thomson, Georgia where they owned a dry goods business that eventually became R. A. Kunnes Department Store. The Kunnes family was active in all aspects of community life in Thomson, Georgia.
The papers pertaining to the Altman family and the incorporation and operation of Altman’s Store in Brunswick, GA (1907 – 2002), and Temple Beth Tefilloh records from 1949 - 2002.
Rich’s was established on May 28, 1867 as M. Rich Dry Goods and would grow to become the South’s largest retailer. The records consist of annual reports and financial records.
A native of Atlanta, Robert J. (Bob) Lipshutz was a senior partner in the Atlanta law firm of Lipshutz, Greenblatt & King and had an active career in the practice of law and in public service to his country, state and community. He even served as Legal Counsel for President Jimmy Carter. The papers include biographies, writings, correspondence, and a scrapbook.
Rodeph Sholom Congregation was founded in 1875 and is still in existence today. The records consist of minutes, correspondence, cemetery records, financial and legal records, and general administrative files. Of special interest to researchers are the indentures which provide a clear account of the congregation’s property.
An Atlanta native, Dr. Ronald Goldstein is a renowned dentist specializing in esthetic dentistry. He is an author and researcher who has published throughout his career, as well as a clinical professor of Restorative Sciences and Dentistry. Dr. Goldstein's work has also included numerous civic and philanthropic projects. His papers consist of awards, blueprints, brochures, certificates, curriculum vita, newspaper and magazine articles, and family papers.
The Goldberg and Salloway families were active members of the Jewish and business community of Sylacauga, Alabama. The papers include advertisements, correspondence, ledgers, newspaper clippings, and receipts.
Rosalie Hirsch Alterman was an Atlanta native, a graduate of Girls' High School and active in community organizations. The collection consists of memorabilia from Girls' High School, Hadassah, the Coterie Club and Camp Civitania.
Rubin and Lola Lansky were Holocaust survivors. They married in 1947 and moved to Atlanta in 1953. The collection consists of immigration documents, records from Eternal Life-Hemshech, Inc. a Holocaust survivor’s organization and records from the 50th anniversary celebration of the Victory in Europe in 1995.
Ruth and Joe Levin settled in Savannah in 1919, established a successful business and became active members of the Savannah Jewish Community. The papers include birth certificates, personal letters, military records, wedding memorabilia and business documents.
Ruth Kuniansky was born in Atlanta, Georgia and attended Girls' High School. The collection consists of a memory book of her high school years.
Sam Glass was active in the Zionist movement in Atlanta, Georgia. The papers primarily reflect upon the Zionist interest and activities and consist of correspondence, programs, and newspaper articles.