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Manuscript
1909-1976
Papers
.4 cubic feet

Donald Oberdorfer was a community leader and businessman, active in numerous charities within the Jewish and general communities of Atlanta. The collection consists of correspondence, programs, certificates, and memorabilia. Arranged in alphabetical by subject and chronologically within each folder. Finding aid available online: http://thebreman.org/Research/Cuba-Family-Archives/Finding-Aids/ID/350/Mss-023-Donald-Oberdorfer-Family-Papers.

Mss 23

Donald Oberdorfer Family Papers

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Jewish Greek Letter Societies
Greek Letter Societies

Freemasons


Future, Inc.
Investment Clubs

Clubs


American Jewish Committee


Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
B'nai B'rith

Associations, Institutions, etc.


Atlanta Ballyhoo Club (Atlanta, Ga.)
Clubs

Chamber of Commerce (Atlanta, Ga.)


Atlanta Jewish Federation (Atlanta, Ga.)


Standard Club (Johns Creek, Ga.)
Clubs

Synagogues


Taft, William Howard (1857 - 1930)


Temple (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Greek Letter Societies


Hai Resh Fraternity - Lesh Chapter
Greek Letter Societies, Jewish

American Red Cross


Oberdorfer Insurance Agency Inc. (Atlanta, Ga.)
Insurance Business

Oberdorfer, Donald, Jr. (1931 - 2015)


Oberdorfer, Donald, Sr. (1901 - 1984)


Oberdorfer, Eugene II, 1932-


Oberdorfer, Eugene, Jr. (1896 - 1965)


Oberdorfer, Saralyn Bonowitz, 1931-


Charitable Uses, Trusts, and Foundations


Sparkman, John, 1899-1985
United States - Senators

B'nai B'rith


Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 - Tet Offensive


Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite (Atlanta, Ga.)
Freemasons; Fraternal Organizations

Investment Clubs
Investment and Financial Industry

Investment and Financial Industry


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