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Manuscript
1998
Paper
1 folder

Jean K. Kent is a long-time resident of Columbus, Georgia. The collection consists of a history of the Jewish community of Columbus, Georgia and of Temple Israel of Columbus written by Jean K. Kent.

98-028 V/F K

Jean K. Kent Family Papers

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Goodman, Alfred L., 1918-1986
Rabbis

Century Club (Columbus, Ga.)
Clubs

Dry Goods
General Stores; Dime Stores; Department Stores

Clubs


Columbus (Ga.)
Georgia

Browne, Edward B.M.
Rabbis

Firearms
Weapons

Firearms Industry and Trade


Loeb, Solomon


Straus, Isidor


Straus, Lazarus


Straus, Nathan


Straus, Oscar


Swords


Swordsmiths


Synagogues


Jewish Ladies Aid Society (Columbus, Ga.)
Sisterhoods

Politicians


Grocery Industry and Trade
Supermarkets; Wholesale Trade

Harmony Club (Columbus, Ga.)
Clubs

Jews--United States--South


Men's Clothing Industry
Clothing Industry and Trade

Moses, Raphael J., 1812-1893


Moses, Stanford J.


Rosenberg, Laura Friedlander, 1868-1950


Rothschild, Maurice D.


Rothschild, Nathan


Kern and Loeb (Columbus, Ga.)
Grocery Industry and Trade; Wholesale Trade; Dry goods

Sol Loeb Wholesale Grocery Company (Columbus, Ga.)
Grocery Industry and Trade; Wholesale Trade

Temple Israel (Columbus, Ga.)
Synagogues

Cemeteries


Louis Haiman and Brothers (Columbus, Ga.)
Weapons Industry

Schwob, Simon, 1886-1954
Columbus, Ga.

Wholesale Trade


Wolfson Paper Company (Columbus, Ga.)
Paper Industry and Trade

Wolfson, Wolf


Ashkenazim
Jewish Sects

Sephardim


Jewish Sects


Jewish-Jewish Relations


Charleston (S.C.)
South Carolina

Esquiline Hill (Columbus, Ga.)
Cemeteries

Talbotton (Ga.)
Georgia

Kern, Emmanuel


United States - History - Spanish-American War, 1898


Rosenthal, Frank L., 1911-1979
Rabbis

World War, 1914-1918


Antisemitism


Jewish-Christian Relations


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United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865


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