Business Records (A – C)

A–C | D–F | H–L | M–O | R–Z

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.



J. Regenstein Company. Atlanta, Georgia.  Records, 1918.
(receipt and invoice)

Sydney A. Rushin. Papers, undated.
(advertisement from the Norris Candy Co.)

Regenstein's. Records, 1918.
(receipt and invoice)

Rich’s Inc. Atlanta, Georgia. Records, 1900–1986.
Mss 114

Size: 1.6 linear feet

Content: Annual reports and financial records

Significance: Rich’s was established on May 28, 1867, as M. Rich Dry Goods and would grow to become the South’s largest retailer.

Rich's Inc. Records, 1975.
(biography of Richard Rich)

The Rosenfeld Company. Records, 1912.
(letter dated June 8, 1912, from Rosenfeld Company to B.F. Strickland regarding carpet samples)


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The Rich brothers, founders of Rich's.

The Rich brothers, founders of Rich's.



S.J. Gold Groceries and Delicatessen. Records, 1933.

Dave Schulman. Papers, undated.
(Pic n' Save coupon)

Standard Truck and Equipment Co. Records, c.1992.

Adam Stein Family. Papers, 1923–1945.
(correspondence, receipt from Stein Brothers, Inc. Smelters and Dealers in New and Scrap Iron, and program from the Gordon-Eppley School of Dancing)



Teeny Weeny Lunch Room. Records, undated.
(advertisement for this restaurant owned by Morris Israel)

Tenenbaum Bros. Atlanta, Georgia. Records, 1927.
(lease agreement)

Tichon Atlanta. Records, 1994.
(course book and newspaper article)

Torah Day School. Records, 1993.
(auction book)



Union of American Hebrew Congregations Camp Coleman. Records, 1962-1989.
(photocopy of dedication program and minutes)



Vrono's Market, Atlanta, 1954.

Vrono's Market, Atlanta, 1954.

Louis Vrono (1897–1987). Family. Papers, 1933–1939.
(newspaper clippings regarding Vrono Groceries)



Wachovia Bank of Georgia. Records, 1948–1954.
(agreements between the Atlanta Jewish Welfare Fund and The First National Bank of Atlanta)

Jack Weinstock (?–1961) Family. Papers, 1921–1983.
(advertisements and newspaper articles regarding Weinstocks Florists and Weinstock family members)

Hyman Winer Family. Papers, 1910–1979.
(photocopies of newspaper articles regarding Winer's, a department store in LaFayette, Georgia)



Yeshiva High School. Records, 1981–1990.


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