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  • Mss 037, Isidor Jacobs Family Papers

    Isidor Jacobs and his wife Lizzie were active in a wide variety of community organizations.  He was instrumental in creating the Know Your Neighbor Club on the 1700 block of Noble Drive in Atlanta to break down the barriers between different races and religions.  The papers include minutes from the Ladies Hebrew Charity Association, 1913-1918, and brochures, invitations, programs, and newspaper clippings from the American Red Cross, B’nai B’rith Youth Organization, Junior Mayfair Club, and the Know Your Neighbor Club.

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    B’nai B’rith, Aleph Zadik Aleph, American Red Cross, Voluntarism
  • Mss 077, Moe Goldman Papers

    Moe Goldman (1895 –1976), a respected realtor by vocation, was a committed volunteer and humanitarian, noted for his leadership in the Boy Scouts of America and other organizations working toward the betterment of youth.  The papers consist primarily of correspondence and honors from Mr. Goldman’s association with the Boy Scouts of America and the American Humanics Foundation.  The Papers also include Goldman, Edison and Rosenbaum family correspondence, notably correspondence during Mr. Goldman’s service in Europe during the First World War and correspondence to his future wife.  The collection includes condolence messages, a Rosenbaum family tree, telegrams, a photograph album and a 90th birthday celebration album.

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    Boy Scouts of America, Voluntarism, Real estate agents, American Humanics Foundation

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