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1889-1967
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Louis Elsas was the son of Jacob Elsas, the founder of Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills. The collection consists of a copy of a certificate and patents from the mill, and a copy of the Reform Advocate, highlighting members and organizations of Atlanta's Jewish community. Arranged in chronological order.

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Louis Elsas Family Papers

26 Related Subjects

Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills (Atlanta, Ga.)
Mills and Mill-work

Eichberg, David


Einstein, Simon


Clubs


Elsas, Jacob, 1842-1932


Elsas, Louis Jacob, 1879-1931


Elsas, Oscar, 1871-1924


Congregation Beth Israel (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Byck, Werner S.


Loeb, Marcus (1852 - 1930)


Phillips, Benjamin Zebulan (1871 - 1921)


Standard Club (Johns Creek, Ga.)
Clubs

Synagogues


Temple (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Haas, Aaron (1841 - 1912)


Haas, Isaac H. (1852 - 1923)


Haas, Leonard, Sr. (1880 - 1969)


Reform Advocate
Periodicals

Meyer, Aaron Alexander


Hirsch, Henry (1838 - 1919)


Mills and Mill-work


Kleinfeld, Alexander S., 1875-1943
Rabbis

Schaul, Henry H.


Kriegshaber, Victor Hugo (1859 - 1934)


Patents


Rich, Walter H., 1880-1947


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