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  • Mss 075, Congregation Shearith Israel (Atlanta, Ga.) Records

    Congregation Shearith Israel was founded in 1904 by a segment of Atlanta’s East European Jewish community. Under Rabbi Geffen’s leadership, the congregation grew as an orthodox congregation that upheld traditional Old World values and rites. The largest piece of the collection consists of congregational minutes from 1947-1974.  Many of these are in great detail, and they highlight congregational business, as well as discussion and dispute for that period.  The collection also contains synagogue bulletins from 1959-1990, correspondence beginning in 1956 and various membership rosters from throughout the period.  Other sections of the collection include Sisterhood minutes, Religious School publications, Passover manuals, and High Holy Day materials.

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    Congregation Shearith Israel, Rabbis, Orthodox Judaism
  • Mss 157, Atlanta Rabbinic Association (ARA) Records

    The Atlanta Rabbinical Assembly, founded sometime prior to 1970, is comprised of rabbis who represent the full spectrum of organized religious expression in the Atlanta area. Membership is open to and includes colleagues, both active and retired, from all sectors of the Jewish community: members serve in congregational as well as non-congregational settings. The records contain officer and membership lists, meeting agendas and minutes that reflect critical issues that have come before the organized Jewish community of Atlanta. 

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    Rabbis, Atlanta Rabbinic Association (ARA)

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