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Manuscript
1853-1989
Paper
17.5 cubic feet

The Hebrew Benevolent Congregation was formally incorporated in 1867. It is the oldest Jewish congregation in Atlanta. In 1946, it became commonly known as the Temple. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically within each folder. A finding aid is available in the library.

Mss 59

The Temple Records - Atlanta, Georgia

83 Related Subjects

Gate City Lodge No. 144 - Independent Order B'nai B'rith - Atlanta, Georgia
Fraternal Organizations; B'nai B'rith

Adler, Charles (1867 - 1939)


Dittler, Alexander Jr. (1901 - 1974)


Bar Mitzvah
Judaism - Customs and Practices

Cemeteries


Alexander, Cecil A. Sr. (1877 - 1952)


Bat Mitzvah
Judaism - Customs and Practices

Bertisch, Felix


American Israelite
Newspapers - Jewish

American Jewish Committee


Cohen, Dewald A. (1883 - 1967)


Cohen, Edward P.


Cohen, Jonas Loeb (1843 - 1885)


Independent Order B'nai B'rith - Gate City Lodge No. 144 - Atlanta, Georgia
Fraternal Organizations; B'nai B'rith

Cohen, Levi (1834 - 1909)


Confirmation (Jewish Rite)
Judaism - Customs and Practices

Associations, Institutions, etc.


Bombings


Brail, Jacob Samuel (Jake) (1895 - 1949)


Conversion


Atlanta Federal Prison - Atlanta, Georgia
Prisons and Jails

Davis, Stuart E. (Rabbi)
Rabbis

Frank, Leo M. (1884 - 1915)


Lipshutz, Robert J. (1921 - 2010)


Solomonson, Solomonson L. (1837 - 1907)


Sommerfield, Julius Edward (Dr.) (1865 - 1937)


Spivey, Emilie


Steiner, Albert (1846 - 1919)


Steinheimer, David (1839 - 1930)


Sugarman, Alvin (Rabbi)
Rabbis

Synagogues


Temple - Atlanta, Georgia
Synagogues

Posner, Phillip M. (Rabbi)
Rabbis

Prisons and Jails


Marx, Eleanor Rosenfeld (1878 - 1953)


Marx, David M. (Rabbi) (1872 - 1962)
Rabbis

Marx, Salomon


Purim
Judaism - Fasts and Feasts

Haas, Aaron (1841 - 1912)


Haas, Caroline A. (1848 - 1922)


Haas, Jacob (1844 - 1909)


Religious Education, Jewish


Mayer, David (1815 - 1890)


Haverty, James J.


Judaism, Reform
Jewish Sects

Reich, Leo (Rabbi)
Rabbis

Hebrew Union College - Cincinnati, Ohio
Religious Schools, Jewish; Universities and Colleges

Menko, Martin (1821 - 1883)


High Holidays
Judaism - Fasts and Feasts; Yom Kippur; Rosh Ha-Shanah

Roosevelt, Theodore (1858 - 1919) - United States - President


Hirsch, Harold D. Sr. (1881 - 1939)


Rosenfeld, Meyer


Rothschild, Jacob M. (Rabbi) (1911 - 1973)
Rabbis

Holidays


Holland, Joseph Kurt (1904 - 1979)


Kaufman, Rhoda (1889 - 1956)


National Council of Jewish Women - Atlanta Section


Sabbath


Saltzman, Nathan T. (1878 - 1954)


Salz, Jack W.


Newspapers - Jewish


Schwartz, Larry


Old Age Homes
Institutional Care

Sheldon, Charles A. Jr. (1887 - 1952)


Shulhafer, Aaron Edward (1844 - 1916)


Shurgin, Eloise Kaufman (1916 - 1973)


Sisterhoods


Lehrman, Richard J. (Rabbi) (1938 - 1979)
Rabbis

Lesser, Louis


Passover
Judaism - Fasts and Feasts

Bombings - Temple - Atlanta, Georgia - 1958
Bombings; Synagogues

Temple Sinai - Atlanta, Georgia
Synagogues

Thanksgiving Day
Holidays

Union of American Hebrew Congregations


Youth - Societies and Clubs


Bonds


B'nai B'rith


Zionism


Weilman, Amalia Elisha


William Breman Jewish Home (Howell Mill) - Atlanta, Georgia
Old Age Homes

Israel Bonds


Wise, Isaac Mayer (Rabbi) (1819 - 1900)
Rabbis

World War, 1914-1918


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