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Jewish Research and Education - Cuba Family Archives, Finding Aids

Dates: 1914-1998 

Creator:  Kole, Kaye Robinson, 1935-

Summary/Abstract: Research conducted by Certified Genealogist Kaye Kole into the Henry-Hendricks Family of Colonial America. 

Quantity/Physical Description: 0.8 linear feet

Language(s):  English

Repository:  The Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History, The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, 1440 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30309.

Restrictions on Access:  There are no restrictions on accessing material in this collection.

Restrictions on Use:  Copyright restrictions may apply.  Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright.  Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation:  Box #, Folder #, Mss 394, Henry-Hendricks Family Papers, The Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History, The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, 1440 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30309.

Acquisition: 1999, Henry H. Minis and Kaye Robinson Kole.

Custodial History: The Henry-Hendricks Family Papers are part of the Savannah Jewish Archives that were transferred from the Georgia Historical Society to the Breman Museum in 2015.

Separated Material:  Oversize Materials

Related Materials: Mss 344, Minis Family Papers

Processed by: Kaye R. Kole, 1999 and Lindsay B. Resnick, 2017.

Arrangement: Arranged according to original order of the items, with folder titles provided by the creator.

Biographical/Historical Note: Kaye Kole is a Certified Genealogist who wrote the book The Minis Family of Georgia. She later wrote The Hendricks-Henry Family. The materials in this collection are her research materials for this book. The Minis family was related to the Hendricks-Henry family.

Scope and Content: This collection contains Kaye Kole’s research materials for her publication The Hendricks-Henry Family, as well as two drafts of the manuscript itself.

Collection Inventory

Box

File

Description

Date

 

1

1

Henry-Hendricks Family final manuscript

1998

 

2

Henry-Hendricks Family edited draft

1998

 

3

AJHS Index

1914

 

4

American Jewry: Documents from the 18th Century

1959

 

5

Braynard – S.S. Savannah: The Elegant Steamship

1963

 

6

Brilliant – Facing the New World

1997

 

7

Cardozo- Think and Thank

1933

 

8

Colonial American Jew

1970

 

9

Critical Studies in American Jewish History

1971

 

10

Crowd

1967

 

11

Early

1951

 

12

Encyclopaedia

1972

 

13

Faber - A Time for Planning

1992

 

14

Faith

1955

 

15

Franklin – Records of the Henry Family

1933

 

16

Grandees

1971

 

17

Kole – The Minis Family of Georgia

1992

 

18

Minis – Autobiography of My Mother

1970

 

19

Memoir of American Jews

1974

 

20

Portraits Etched in Stone

1952

 

21

Rezneck

1975

 

22

Simonhoff

1956

 

23

Stern

1991

 

24

Whiteman

1971

2

1

2 – Henry Solomon Henry

1971

 

2

6 – Henry Hendricks

7- Harriet Tobias

1955-1972

 

3

8 – Levi Abraham

1933

 

4

12 - Harmon Hendricks

1955-1974

 

5

24 – Uriah Hendricks

25 – Eve Esther Gomez

 

1953-1992

 

6

26 – Joshua Isaacs

27 – Brandly Lazarus

1955-1959

 

7

26 – Joshua Isaacs

27 – Brandly Lazarus (EMPTY)

Undated

 

8

50 – Mordecai Nunez

51 – Rebecca de Lucena

1953-1992

 

9

52- Joshua Isaacs

1955-1970

 

10

54 – Samson Lazarus

1955-1975

 

11

100 – Lewis Moses Gomez

101 – Esther Marques

1953-1992

 

12

102 – Abraham Haim de Lucena

1953-1992

 

13

106 – Moses Levy

107 – Grace Mears

1953-1992

 

14

200 – Isaac Gomez

1959-1992

 

15

202 – Isaac Rodriguez Marques

1955-1992

 

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