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Manuscript
1908-1997
Paper
.2 linear feet

Bertram Ehrlich (1913-2001) was born in Bainbridge, Georgia. Growing up in Bainbridge he later attended Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana from which he graduated with a doctoral degree. He was employed as a pharmacist in numerous drug stores in New Orleans, Louisiana; Atlanta, Georgia; and Tennessee. In 1941, he moved back to Bainbridge, Georgia to assist his father in the Ehrlich Drug Co. The collection consists of newspaper clippings; photocopies of formulas from Ehrlich Drug Company; a Confirmation certificate of Bertram Ehrlich from Congregation Beth El of Bainbridge, Georgia; photocopies of writings by Bertram Ehrlich including "One Hundred and Twenty Years of Pharmacy in Decatur County," 1989, "Mixed Memories of Over Fifty Years of the Practice of Pharmacy," an "Historical Sketch of Temple Beth El," and "I Remember Life in a Small Southern Town: Bainbridge, Georgia," 1913-1985; genealogies of the Ehrlich and Kwilecki families; a photocopy of "An Unknown Jew in the South: Abraham Ehrlich," by Louis Schmier; a photocopy of the Memorandum of the Electric Lighting and Ice Plants of Sig. Nussbaum, located in Bainbridge Georgia; and a copy of the last will and testament of Sarah B. Erhlich. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically within each folder.

Mss 127

Bertram Ehrlich Family Papers

11 Related Subjects

Ehrlich, Bertram, 1913-2001


Bainbridge (Ga.)
Georgia

Pharmacies


Pharmacists


Temple Beth El (Bainbridge, Ga.)
Synagogues

Synagogues


Ehrlich Drug Co. (Bainbridge, Ga.)
Pharmacies

Confirmation (Jewish Rite)
Judaism - Customs and Practices

Ehrlich, Abraham, 1841-1870


United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865


Confederate States of America


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