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Manuscript
1941-2008
Paper
1 folder

Benjamin Hirsch was a Holocaust survivor, and an architect who has designed numerous synagogues and homes in Atlanta. He also designed the Holcaust exhibition at the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum. The collection consists of photocopies of two letters written by Mathilde Hirsch to her children, 1941, photocopies of articles and a story by Rabbi Emanuel Feldman regarding the possible opening of the Atlanta Jewish Community Center on the Sabbath and material relating to the listing of the Memorial to the Six Million located at Greenwood Cemetery to the National Register of Historic Places. Arranged in chronological order.

96-010 V/F H

Benjamin Hirsch Family Papers

15 Related Subjects

Associations, Institutions, etc.


Feldman, Emanuel, 1927-
Rabbis

Foster Home Care


Atlanta Jewish Community Center (Atlanta, Ga.)


Hirsch, Benjamin, 1932-2018


Hirsch, Mathilde Auerbach, 1904-1943


Holocaust Survivors


Sabbath


Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)


Germany


Greenwood Cemetery (Atlanta, Ga.)
Cemeteries

Cemeteries


Holocaust Memorials


Memorials


Greenwood Cemetery. Memorial to the Six Million (Atlanta, Ga.)
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Memorials

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