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Jews -- Migrations

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Bernard Birnbaum Family Papers

Identifier: Mss 131

Bernard Birnbaum was a Holocaust survivor from France. The collection consists of immigration and identification documents for members of the Birnbaum and Zwern families. Of special interest is the French identification card of Eli Georges Birnbaum marked with "Juif," the French word for Jew.

Dates: 1922 - 1962

Helen Gordon Family Papers

Identifier: Mss 422
Abstract Helen Citron Gordon and Mendel Temkin Gordon lived in Atlanta in the mid-twentieth century. The Citron family belonged to Ahavath Achim synagogue and the Gordon family belonged to Shearith Israel. Most of the records detail the educational and employment history of Helen and Mendel as well as that of Helen’s brother, Irvin Meyer Citron, and Mendel’s parents, Julius Gordon and Sadie...
Dates: 1938 - 1994

Mattie Lee Baxley Papers

Identifier: Mss 224
Abstract Mattie Lee Baxley Papers, consisting of 1 cubic foot of material containing documents relating to the career of Marcos Fernan-Nunez, a direct descendant of Dr. Samuel Ribiero Nunez a member of the group of 42 Jews who settled in Georgia in 1733; research and genealogical records relating to the 42 Jewish settlers and in particular to the Nunez family; and a draft and final copy of the manuscript "Gold Buttons," a history of the Nunez family by Mattie Lee Baxley wife of Marcos...
Dates: 1919 - 2002

Sam Goldstein Family Papers

Identifier: Mss 380

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.

Dates: 1902 - 1992

The Georgia Farm School and Resettlement Bureau Records

Identifier: Mss 002
Abstract The Georgia Farm School and Resettlement Bureau was a non-profit agency interested in resettling and retraining Jewish refugees just prior to the outbreak of World War II. The records are composed primarily of the correspondence, minutes, committee reports and financial records relating to the daily activities of this organization. Also included are the records of some of the agencies with which the Farm School had dealings, eg. the National Refugee Service and the National Council of Jewish...
Dates: 1936 - 1948