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Louis Perling immigrated from Russia to the United States in 1920 and settled in Sandersville, Georgia. The Perling family has owned and operated a clothing store in Sandersville for the last 75 years. The collection consists of immigration documents, letters, and photocopies of newspaper articles. Arranged in chronological order.

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Louis Perling Family Papers

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Clothing Industry and Trade; Women's Clothing Industry

Perling, Louis (1893 - )

Emigration and Immigration

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Clothing and Dress

Perling's - Sandersville, Georgia
Department Stores

Sports; Athletics

Jewish football players
Sports; Athletics

Jewish soldiers

World War, 1939-1945

Clothing Industry and Trade


Jewish baseball players
Sports; Athletics

Baseball Teams
Sports; Athletics

Sandersville High School - Sandersville, Georgia
Public Schools

High Schools

Public Schools



Perling, Joseph

United States--Armed Forces--Civilian employees

United States. Marine Corps
Armed Forces

Perling, Milton

Perling, Sara

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Banks and Banking, American

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Department Stores; Clothing Industry and Trade

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Clothing Industry and Trade

Men's Clothing Industry
Clothing Industry and Trade

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Dry goods

Dry Goods
General Stores; Dime Stores; Department Stores

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