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Cantor Isaac Goodfriend and his wife, Betty, are Holocaust survivors from Poland. They immigrated to the United States following World War II settling in Cleveland, Ohio and eventually in Atlanta. Cantor Goodfriend was employed as cantor at Ahavath Achim Congregation for over 30 years. The collection consists of immigration documents for Isaac and Betty Goodfriend including ship's tags, train tags, berth cards, and identification cards; a copy of a paper by Isaac Goodfriend entitled "Returning To The Unknown"; a telegram inviting Cantor Goodfriend to a dinner in celebration of the signing of the Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty, 1979; photocopies of a visa petition; and newspaper articles and programs, 1956-1979. Arranged in chronological order.

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Cantor Isaac Goodfriend Family

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Goodfriend, Betty Grossman ( - 2008)

Goodfriend, Isaac, 1924-2009
Cantors - Judaism


Ahavath Achim Congregration (Atlanta, Ga.)

Emigration and Immigration

Paper Money


World War, 1939-1945

Ghettos: Poland
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

Lodz (Ghettos: Poland)
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945); Ghettos: Poland

Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

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