Found in 96 Collections and/or Records:
Martin and Doris Goldstein are active members in the Jewish community of Atlanta, Georgia. During the Cold War, they were strong supporters of Soviet Jewry. The collection consists of correspondence, writings, programs, speeches, and newspaper clippings.
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.
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.
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.
An Atlanta native, Nathan Lipton was a prominent businessman and community leader. The collection primarily consists of papers relating to his family member Louise Asman Marks who was born in Darien, Georgia in 1917 and includes her baby book.
From its founding in 1962 to its demise in 2001, National Service Industries, Inc. was one of the largest textile rental companies in the United States. The records consist of records of acquisitions, mergers and sales of the various companies that were a part of NSI. Also included are annual reports from NSI and National Linen Services as well as a variety of records from some of its component brands, ZEP Manufacturing Company and Selig Chemical.
This collection contains the papers of Noah Levine during his time working with the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta from 1990 to 2007. It includes pictures, artifacts and records of the organization’s Community Relations Committee as it designed outreach programs such as the Atlanta Literacy Program, the Hunger Walks, relief funds for those effected by Hurricane Katrina and the events of September 11th, 2001.
Paul Ginsberg was an intelligence officer during World War II, a Jewish War Veterans Commander, prominent Atlanta attorney, and community leader. His papers include correspondence, military records, newspapers clippings, invitations, programs, scrapbooks, family histories and genealogies, as well as material related to his daughter Marilyn Ginsberg Eckstein.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sam Goldstein was born in Russia and immigrated to the United States in 1894, settling in Atlanta, Georgia. The papers include birth and death certificates, immigration documents, newspaper clippings, and correspondence.
Papers consisting of the high school memory book of Sara Cohen Alterman, 1933-1936; one photograph of a State of Israel bonds dinner, 1974; miscellaneous newspaper articles; a copy of an interview of Sara Alterman by Stacey Saha, 1996; and a copy of the Cohen Genealogy compiled in 1999.
This collection contains materials related to the immigration and post-war life of Sholom Iteld whose son in law eventually ran for representation in the Georgia House of Representatives in 1976. The collection includes materials related to both Sholom Iteld and Stanley M. Baum.
Stanford Makover was a prominent businessman and community leader in in Atlanta, Georgia. The collection consists of records from Shirley of Atlanta and an annual report from Ahavath Achim Congregation.
Susan Barnard was one of the founders of the Atlanta Group Home, Inc a home for developmentally disabled adults. This collection includes newspaper articles and documents about how the home was established.
From its humble beginning in 1867, The Temple has become one of the most well-respected congregations in the Southeast and continues to offer both spiritual and secular leadership for its many members. The records consist of meeting minutes, reports, financial statements, bulletins, correspondence, membership records, religious school records, and newsletters.