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Oscar Elsas was born in Atlanta on September 28, 1971, the son of Jacob and Clara Stahl Elsas. Jacob Elsas was the founder of Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill, a business which opened its doors on Decatur Street in 1881, and which would eventually become the largest employer in Atlanta. The collection consists of correspondence, 1871-1975, family histories, business records from Rich's Inc. and a record book from Ingelside Country Club. A finding aid is available in the library. The collection is arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically within each folder.

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Oscar Elsas Family Papers

20 Related Subjects

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

Circumcision (Jewish Rite)
Judaism - Customs and Practices; Berit Milah

Erhlich, Adolph

Berit milah
Judaism - Customs and Practices; Circumcision - Judaism


Elsas, Jacob, 1842-1932

Elsas, Oscar, 1871-1924

Asher, Joseph F., 1901-1992

Fox, Lawrence M., 1889-1959


Temple (Atlanta, Ga.)

Private Schools

Rich's, Inc. (Atlanta, Ga.)
Department Stores

Mills and Mill-work

Gone With the Wind
Books; Motion Pictures

Neely, Frank H., 1884-1979

Howard School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Private Schools

Ingleside Country Club (Avondale Estates, Ga.)

Sibley, Celestine

Standard Club (Johns Creek, Ga.)

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