Business Records (A – C)
- Individual & Family Records
- Organizational Records
- Synagogue Records
- Unprocessed Collections
- Taylor Oral History Collection
Business, day school, and university-related records.
For more information or to make an appointment, call Sandra Berman, Archivist, at 404-870-1862, or contact her by e-mail.
Note: many individual and family papers also contain business records.
Atlanta Jewish Times. Atlanta, Georgia. Records, 1917–1985.
Size: 2.5 cubic feet.
Content: Correspondence, biographical material, records and memorabilia from Atlanta and the various other communities throughout the state and the South that were served by this publication.
Significance: Although not the oldest English-Jewish newspaper in the Southeast, it is the most enduring. Established in 1925 in Augusta, Georgia, the paper moved to Atlanta in 1929. The records reflect the varied subjects and individuals that were profiled in the newspaper during the years that it was known as The Southern Israelite.
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Records, 1949–1950.
The Blue Card, Inc. Records, 1961.
(booklet re. the destroyed synagogues of Europe)
Cotton States and International Exposition-Atlanta, Georgia. Records, 1895.
(three official souvenir postcards depicting the Women's Building, the AgriculturalBuilding and the Government Building)
Bound volumes of the Southern Israelite, precursor of the Atlanta Jewish Times, in the stacks of the Cuba Archives.