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Manuscript
1914-1980
Paper
.4 cubic feet

Milton Saul is an Atlanta businessman. With his wife, Virginia Diamond, he is active in Jewish and general community organizations. The collection consists of papers from the various organizations in which the Saul's were members including brochures, invitations, fliers, receipts, newsletters, and correspondence. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically within each folder.

Mss 73

Milton Saul Family Papers

35 Related Subjects

Delta Phi Epsilon - Psi Chapter
Greek Letter Societies

Department Stores
General Stores; Dime Stores; Dry Goods

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

Ahavath Achim Synagogue (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Alpha Epsilon Pi. Omicron Chapter (Athens, Ga.)
Greek Letter Societies, Jewish

B'nai B'rith Girls
Youth - Societies and Clubs; B'nai B'rith Youth Organization

B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Youth - Societies and Groups; B'nai B'rith

Congregation Beth Israel (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Associations, Institutions, etc.


Atlanta Jewish Community Center (Atlanta, Ga.)


Camp Barney Medintz (Cleveland, Ga.)
Camps

Atlanta Jewish Welfare Fund (Atlanta, Ga.)


Synagogues


Tau Epsilon Phi. Nu Chapter (University of Georgia)
Greek Letter Societies, Jewish

Jewish Greek Letter Societies
Greek Letter Societies

Public Schools


Holidays


Saul, Milton


Saul, Virginia Diamond, 1928-


Saul's Department Store (Temple, Ga.)
Department Stores

Kovno, Lithuania
Lithuania

Israel


University of Georgia. Hillel
Youth - Societies and Clubs

Youth--Societies and Clubs


Yom Ha-Shoah


Young Judaea
Youth - Societies and Clubs

Daughters of Zion
Young Judaea; Youth - Societies and Clubs

B'nai B'rith


Zion Colony of Atlanta


Zionism


Zionist Organization of America
Zionism

Saul's Department Store (Marietta, Ga.)
Department Stores

Georgia Conservatory of Music (Atlanta, Ga.)
Music--Instruction and Study

Universities and Colleges


University of Georgia
Universities and Colleges

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