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Manuscript
1879-1979
Paper
.6 cubic feet

Dr. Julius E. Sommerfield was a physician who was chief of staff at the Morris Hirsch Clinic and at the Atlanta Tuberculosis Association. He married Clara Rosenfeld, the daughter of Abraham and Emilie Baer Rosenfeld, whose wedding in 1867 encouraged the founding of the Hebrew Benevolent Congregation (the Temple), Atlanta's first congregation. The collection consists of correspondence, autograph books, newspaper articles relating to Margaret Mitchell and Gone With The Wind, postcards and year books from Technological High School. Of special interest are the autograph books which contain the signatures of a significant number of Jewish people living in Atlanta from 1879 - 1888. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically within each folder. Finding aid available online: http://thebreman.org/Research/Cuba-Family-Archives/Finding-Aids/ID/346/Mss-019-Julius-Edward-Sommerfield-Family-Papers.

Mss 19

Julius Edward Sommerfield (Dr.) Family Papers

19 Related Subjects

Autograph Albums


Girls' High School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Public Schools

Technological High School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Public Schools

Exhibitions


Judaism--Fasts and Feasts


Associations, Institutions, etc.


Cotton States & International Exposition, 1895
Expositions

Sommerfield, Alan W., 1898-1986


Sommerfield, Clara Rosenfeld, 1870-1958


Sommerfield, Julius E., 1865-1937
Physicians

Synagogues


Temple (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Postcards


Public Schools


Haggadot
Passover; Seder - Liturgy

Gone With the Wind
Books; Motion Pictures

National Council of Jewish Women - Atlanta Section


Seder - Liturgy
Passover; Judaism - Fasts and Feasts

Passover
Judaism - Fasts and Feasts

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