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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
May 9, 1994 and April 10, 1995
Tapes/transcripts
114 pages

Mollie Baum Firestone was born in Atlanta. Her father, Morris Baum, was one of the founders of the Atlanta Free Loan Association that made interest free loans to Jews who wanted to start businesses. Most of the members of the family were in the grocery trade. Mollie attended religious school then Commercial High School. Her parents had come from Poland and Kobryn and her mother was faithful about Jewish customs, including kosher food. Mollie married Marcus (Mark) Firestone from Chattanooga, Tennessee. Mollie recalls her Jewish childhood and friends, Jewish neighborhoods and businesses, rabbis, snyagogues, Jewish customs and holidays (mostly Passover), her marriage and family. Mollie had wonderful affirming stories of her life and the Jewish community in Atlanta in the early years of the 20th century.

OHC-Mollie Baum Firestone

Mollie Baum Firestone (1909 - 1999 ) - Oral History

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Passover - Cookery
Passover

Tenenbaum, Aaron


Candy Industry and Trade


New York City (N.Y.)
New York

New York


Poland


Cordele (Ga.)
Georgia

Georgia


Peddlers and Peddling


Glazer, Minnie Baum


Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania


Jewish Educational Alliance (Atlanta, Ga.)


Baum, Rosalee Kabatsky, 1870-1965


Epstein, Harry H. (Harry Hyman), 1903-2003
Rabbis

Rabbis, Female
Rabbis

Geffen, Tobias, 1870-1970
Rabbis

Congregation Shearith Israel (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Synagogues


Ahavath Achim Synagogue (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Baum, Morris, 1872-1958


Atlanta Free Loan Association (Atlanta, Ga.)
Savings and Loan Associations, Jewish

Dorfan, Joel, 1873-1948


Firestone, Marcus, 1904-1987


Passover
Judaism - Fasts and Feasts

Judaism--Fasts and Feasts


Zaban Furniture Company (Atlanta, Ga.)
Furniture Industry and Trade

Furniture Industry and Trade


Sabbath


Grocery Industry and Trade
Supermarkets; Wholesale Trade

Newspapers--Jewish


Forward
Newspaper - Jewish

Tenenbaum, Abe (1900 - 1990)


Tenenbaum, Julius L., 1891-1974


Tenenbaum, Philip, 1894-1952


Tenenbaum Brothers (Atlanta, Ga.)
Candy Industry and Trade

Chattanooga (Tenn.)
Tennessee

Tennessee


Baum, Jacob, 1904-1916


Jewish funerals


Max Siegel's Kosher Market (Atlanta, Ga.)
Delicatessens

Delicatessens


Wilmington (N.C.)
North Carolina

North Carolina


Charleston (S.C.)
South Carolina

South Carolina


Miami (Fla.)
Florida

Florida


Hendersonville (N.C.)


Panama Canal


Pollock, Jeanette Baum (1910 - 1969)


Alabama


Montgomery (Ala.)
Alabama

Birmingham (Ala.)
Alabama

Hillman, Rose G. (1909 - 1973)


Hillman, Arthur (1905 - 1994)


Stone Mountain (Stone Mountain, Ga.)


Lake Lanier - Georgia
Georgia

Standard Club (Johns Creek, Ga.)
Clubs

Clubs


Garber, Alfred E., 1910-1997


Tuberculosis


Hebrew Orphans' Home (Atlanta, Ga.)
Orphanages

Orphanages


Borstein, Paul P., 1911-2003
Clergy

Shochet
Jews - Dietary Laws

Jews--Dietary Laws


Kosher Food
Jews - Dietary Laws

Golden, Ben, 1911-2007


Glazer, Sol, 1902-1957


King, Ella Baum (1898 - 2001)


King, Louis (1891 - 1968)


Mah Jong
Games

Games


Jewish Progressive Club (Atlanta, Ga.)
Clubs

Mayfair Club (Atlanta, Ga.)
Clubs

Commercial High School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Public Schools

Public Schools


Hebrew Language
Languages

Glazer, Charles, 1886-1934


Dwoskin, Morris, 1878-1938


Jews--Relations with Blacks
Blacks - Relations with Jews

Blacks--Relations with Jews
Jews - Relations with Blacks

Piggly Wiggly
Grocery Industry and Trade; Supermarkets

Maziar, Jack, 1908-1997


Associated Grocers Cooperative (Atlanta, Ga.)
Grocery Industry and Trade

Hoffman's Kosher Meats (Atlanta, Ga.)
Delicatessens; Butchers

S. J. Gold Kosher Groceries and Delicatessen (Atlanta, Ga.)
Delicatessens; Grocery Industry and Trade

Gefilte Fish
Cookery, Jewish

Challah
Bread - Religious Aspects - Judaism

Bread--Religious Aspects--Judaism


Dwoskin, Harry, 1907-1990


Rich's, Inc. (Atlanta, Ga.)
Department Stores

Department Stores
General Stores; Dime Stores; Dry Goods

Jewish cookery


Morris Hirsch Dental Clinic (Atlanta, Ga.)
Clinics

Clinics


Boorstin, Fannie Spielberger, 1899-1986


William Breman Jewish Home (Atlanta, Ga.)
Old Age Homes

Old Age Homes
Institutional Care

Garson, Frank, 1886-1955


Copeloff, Moses B., 1893-1963


Kahn, Edward M., 1895-1984


Congregation Or VeShalom (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Ichay, S. Robert (Solomon Robert), 1929-2012
Rabbis

Emigration and Immigration


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