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Manuscript
1948-1984
Paper
.2 linear feet

Irving Greenberg was born in 1911 and lived in Atlanta, Georgia from 1911 until his death in. He attended Atlanta public schools and graduated from Emory University in 1932. He then attended the Emory University School of Medicine, graduating in 1935. Following his completion of his medical studies, Dr. Greenberg established a general surgery practice in Atlanta in 1940. During World War II he was part of the United State Medical Corps and served overseas in the European Theatre. Throughout his career Dr. Greenberg participated in numerous general and Jewish community organizations including the Jewish Community Council, Hebrew Academy of Atlanta, Atlanta Breakfast Club, American Red Cross, and the American Jewish Committee. The collection consists primarily of records from the American Red Cross Presidents Committee to Study the Blood Program of which Dr. Greenberg was a member. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically within each folder.

Mss 199

Irving Greenberg (Dr.) Family Papers

6 Related Subjects

Greenberg, Irving L. (Dr.)


American Red Cross


Jewish physicians


Physicians


Camp Rutledge (Ga.)
Camps

Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Inc. Post No. 112 (Atlanta, Ga.)
Veterans, Jewish

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