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The Moses family were early German-Jewish immigrants to Atlanta. The collection consists of a program and dance card from the Concordia Club, invitations to various parties hosted by prominent German-Jewish families, and a chain letter on Atlanta Paper Company letterhead sent to raise money for the children's ward at Grady Hospital. Arranged in chronological order.

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Louise Moses Papers

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Eiseman Brothers (Atlanta, Ga.)
Clothing Industry and Trade


Concordia Club (Atlanta, Ga.)
Clubs; Standard Club

Atlanta Paper Company (Atlanta, Ga.)
Paper Industry and Trade

Lieberman, Edward, 1855-1951

Rich, Emanuel, 1849-1897

Rich, Morris, 1847-1928

Men's Clothing Industry
Clothing Industry and Trade

Moses, Louise

Scheuer, Albert

Schoen, Isaac, 1867-1925

Kutz, Max

Paper Industry and Trade

Standard Club (Johns Creek, Ga.)

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