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  • Mss 042, The Temple Sisterhood Records

    The Temple Sisterhood was established on December 9, 1912, and is the oldest congregation-sponsored women's organization in Atlanta.  The records are primarily composed of minutes, scrapbooks, programs, invitations, reports, speeches and Garden Club records. 

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    Jewish women
  • Mss 097, The Hebrew Ladies Benevolent Society of Albany, Georgia, Records

    The Hebrew Ladies Benevolent Society of Albany, Georgia was organized on February 10, 1878, by 13 women with the purpose of  “doing good to all mankind and to bestow charity upon all that are needy and worthy of the same, and to promote in general all that is good and noble.”  Throughout its history, the Society has lived up to these ideals and can be credited with benefiting hundreds of Albany’s citizens by providing both charity and benevolence. The records consist of minutes, correspondence, histories of Temple B’nai Israel and of The Society, financial records, memorial resolutions, membership records, and reports.

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    Jewish women, Albany (Ga.)
  • Mss 282, Sidney Q. and Leah Janus Family Papers

    Papers consisting of files from the many organizations in which Leah Janus was involved such as the Coalition for Women in International Development, numerous committees of the United Nations, the League of women Voters, the United Way, the Georgia Department of Human Resources, the Atlanta Jewish Federation, Jewish Family Services, the Hebrew Academy, the Atlanta Public Schools, and files relating to some of Dr. Sidney Janus' consultations as a psychologist including a job analysis of a B-47 crew, 1953, and the development of a psychological course in culture and the arts.

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    Jewish women, Zionism, Zionist Organization of America

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