Research & Collections
The Breman’s Cuba Archives and Genealogy Center holds memories and documentation of Jewish life in Georgia and Alabama. The archives contribute greatly to the study of Jewish culture and the humanities by illuminating how Jewish people lived, organized and participated in communities throughout the state. Personal stories and historical memorabilia of individuals provide a springboard for discovery and dialogue.
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› The Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia
› Georgia Cemetery Project
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The library at The Breman includes non-circulating materials relating mostly to the Holocaust and to Jews in America and in particular, the South. Resources include city directories from 1876—1988, journals, and synagogue and community publications.
A small collection of Yizkor Books (memorial books) from Jewish communities destroyed during the Holocaust assists genealogists in the search for their roots.› Learn More
The Ida Pearle and Joseph Cuba Archives
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