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Manuscript
1871-1976
Paper
1.5 cubic feet

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.

Mss 56

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

Clubs


Elsas, Jacob, 1842-1932


Elsas, Oscar, 1871-1924


Asher, Joseph F., 1901-1992


Fox, Lawrence M., 1889-1959


Synagogues


Temple (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

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.)
Clubs

Sibley, Celestine


Standard Club (Johns Creek, Ga.)
Clubs

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