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Entries for 'Immigration'

  • Mss 145, David Mayer Family Papers

    David Mayer was born in Bavaria in 1815.  He immigrated to the United States in 1839, settling first in Tennessee and then in Washington, Georgia.  Eight years later he moved to Atlanta where he remained until his death in 1890. David Mayer was a businessman, confederate veteran, free mason, and one of the founders of the Atlanta public schools. The collection consists of letters from notables such as Joseph E. Brown, elected as Georgia's governor four times, and from Alexander H. Stephens, vice president of the Confederacy.  Also contained are personal letters written by David Mayer and his children.

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    Jewish businessmen, Immigration, American Civil War, Atlanta Public Schools
  • Mss 146, Louis Morris Family Papers

    Louis Morris was born in Russia as Leib Yampolsky.  The name was changed to Morris at Ellis Island.  Louis married Jeanette Hartstein.  He was the owner of Louis Morris' Grocery Store on Haygood Avenue in Atlanta. The collection consists of the ledger book from Louis Morris' grocery store, the Naturalization certificate of Louis Morris, 1938, the obituary of Leon Steinberg, 1978, and a newspaper article relating to the American Jewish Committee's Oral History Project.

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    Jewish businessmen, Immigration, Entrepreneurs
  • Mss 284, Isak Rosenbaum Family Papers

    Isak Rosenbaum was a Holocaust survivor from Jassy, Romania.  He was incarcerated in Dachau after Kristallnacht where he wrote postcards and letters home to his wife.  He later immigrated to the United States via Palestine. The collection consists of family genealogical material and scrapbooks.

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    Immigration, Holocaust

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