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Manuscript
Columbus, Georgia
1889-1974
Paper
1 folder

Julius Friedlaender was born in 1861 in Thorn, Germany. He immigrated to the United States and settled in Columbus, Georgia in 1899. He was the founder of Julius Friedlaender & Co. a textile manufacturer in Columbus. He was active in a wide variety of civic organzations in Columbus and served as a long-time member of the school board. A lecture fund was created as a memorial to him a year after his of his death in 1934. The collection consists of copies of newspaper clippings; a "give-away" blotter depicting Julius Friedlaender & Co.; postcards written to Friedlaender family members and copies of transcribed letters from Irma Friedlaender Schwartz to her granddaughter describing her childhood.

011-038 V/F

Julius Friedlaender Family Papers

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