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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
November 21 and 31, 1990
Tapes/transcript
48 pages
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Herbert Elsas was born in and grew up in Atlanta. His grandfather, Jacob Elsas, was the founder of Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills. Herbert studied at Harvard Law School and practiced law in Atlanta. He recalls the life and times of the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills business and its ultimate sale. Herbert discusses his participation in the Temple and Jewish community work, his Air Force experience in World War II, and his work with some of the leading Jewish lawyers in Atlanta.

OHC-Herbert Rothschild Elsas

Herbert Rothschild Elsas (1910 - 1995) - Oral History

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