Jews -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a scrapbook compiled by Addie Steinheimer. Included in the scrapbook are newspaper clippings regarding David Mayer, David Steinheimer, and the Atlanta Jewish Community. It also contains newspaper articles on the history of Atlanta. There is also a 1939 Commercial High School yearbook and an obituary for Addie.
This collection contains material regarding Crossroads restaurant and Allan and Gail Ripans. Included are newspaper and magazine reviews, articles, recipes, and other memorabilia including coasters, menus, and cocktail napkins.
This collection contains documents pertaining to the 1913 murder of Mary Phagan and the murder trial of Leo Frank. Newspaper articles and a dissertation describe the details of the trial and Frank's lynching as well as new witness for the case and the push for a pardon for Frank in the 1980s. Also included are genealogy papers on the Phagan family.
Included in this collection is a certificate of naturalization for Augustus Berman and a reissued marriage license for Augustus and Gertrude Berman. Also included is a letter of acknowledgement to Gertrude Berman from Mrs. Abe Fitterman, President of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, for the donation of a sewing machine, and a Georgia medical license issued to Louis C. Rouglin.
This collection contains organization minutes, correspondence, and ephemeral materials.
This collection contains handwritten copies of poems Eve F. Silver wrote about her experience as a Holocaust survivor. Also included are photocopies of the poems printed in the Atlanta Jewish Times and photocopies of Eve F. Silver's false identification documents from her time as a member of the Polish resistance movement.
This collection contains images of the Sugarman, Fader, Haas, and Kahn families. It primarily features identified portraits and family photographs. Of special note is a portrait silhouette of Carolyn Haas and Nathan Kahn Jr., as well as images of their wedding venue at the Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.
This collection contains newspaper clippings, pamphlets, meeting minutes, calendar of events, and some correspondence.
This collection contains a typewritten copy of a speech by Rabbi M. David Geffen entitled "Three Score and Ten" in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Congregation Shearith Israel; a pamphlet titled "Memory in Script--Eulogy on the Noble Personage Mr. Harold Hirsch'; a biography of Rabbi Geffen, and a contract between Rabbi J. M. Levin and the Congregation Ahavath Achim.
This collection contains material collected by and about Tom Watson Brown. There are reviews and critiques of the television documentary The Murder of Mary Phagan that aired on NBC in 1988; speeches given by Brown at the Confederate Memorial Day service in Stone Mountain, Georgia in 1978, and about the Leo Frank trial, given in 1982; and an assortment of tickets from sporting and entertainment events primarily from the Atlanta area.