Found in 96 Collections and/or Records:
The Waldo and Carolyn Goldberg Oettinger Papers
Various papers collected by the Carolyn Goldberg Oettinger and her daughter Janice Rothschild Blumberg from 1871 to 1976.
The William Breman Jewish Home Records
A study of Jewish population, funded by the Federation in 1947, highlighted the need for a facility based on the growing number and higher percentage of aged in the total population. The William Breman Jewish Home opened its facility for the aged in 1951. The collection consists of minutes, correspondence, and newsletters.
United Benevolent Society (Atlanta, Ga.) Records
The Hungarian Benevolent Society was founded in 1911 in Atlanta, Georgia. The mission of the organization was to come to the relief of its members. In 1942, the organization changed its name to the United Benevolent Society.
United Jewish Orthodox Association (Atlanta, Ga.) Records
The United Jewish Orthodox Association was organized by members of the Orthodox community of Atlanta and the Southeast to encourage the Hebrew Orphans' Home to provide orphans with both a Kosher kitchen and a Jewish education. The records include correspondence, minutes (in Yiddish), and contribution lists.
William B. Schwartz, Jr. Family Papers
Miscellaneous records from Ambassador William B. Schwartz, Jr.'s tenure as United States Ambassador to the Bahamas during President Jimmy Carter's administration.
Young Judaea – Followers of Zion Chapter (Atlanta, Georgia) Records
Followers of Zion (F.O.Z) Chapter of Young Judaea was founded in Atlanta in 1951. The collection consists of a scrapbook of chapter activities.