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1982
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The Berman family emigrated from Kovno, Lithuania to the American South in the late 1800s, eventually settling in Elberton, Georgia. The collection consists of a family history.

04-022 V/F B

Corene Bear Family Papers

111 Related Subjects

Elberton (Ga.)
Georgia

Kovno, Lithuania
Lithuania

Lithuania


Berman, Rachel Tobin, 1860-1930


Berman, Max, 1853-1908


Emigration and Immigration


Bear, Corene Berman, 1904-1993


Baltimore (Md.)
Maryland

Maryland


Peddlers and Peddling


Charleston (S.C.)
South Carolina

South Carolina


Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society of America (HIAS)


Palos, South Carolina
South Carolina

Shadkhan (Matchmakers)
Matchmakers (Shadkhan)

Matchmakers (Shadkhan)
Shadkhan (Matchmakers)

Cohen, Florence Berman, -1939


Cohen, Wolf


South Orange, New Jersey
New Jersey

New Jersey


Covington (Ga.)
Georgia

Georgia


Bear, Gustave S. (Gus), 1897-1953


Frank, Leo M., 1884-1915


Marietta, Georgia
Georgia

Lynchings


Antisemitism


Elloree (S.C.)
South Carolina

Social Circle, Georgia
Georgia

Berman, Louis


Crawfordville (Ga.)
Georgia

English Language--Study and Teaching--Foreign Speakers
Languages

English Language
Languages

Cohen, Joseph


Patz, Sara Berman ( - 1951)


Patz, Sam


Traveling Sales Personnel


Marx, David M., 1872-1962
Rabbis

Rabbis


Judaism, Reform
Jewish Sects

Talmud Torah


Judaism, Orthodox
Jewish Sects

Marriages


Frogmore, St. Helena Island - South Carolina
South Carolina

St. Helena Island - South Carolina
South Carolina

Beaufort, South Carolina
South Carolina

Music - Instruction and Study


Brenau University
Universities and Colleges

Universities and Colleges


Rabies


Peabody School of Music - Baltimore, Maryland
Music - Instruction and Study

Cotton Growing
Agriculture; Cotton Industry and Trade

Boll Weevil


Patz, Arnall


Jewish-Christian Relations


Avery, Millard


World War, 1914-1918


Soldiers


Elbert County High School (Elberton, Ga.)
Public Schools; High Schools

Florida - Land Boom, 1920


Granite Industry and Trade
Stone Industry and Trade

Stone Industry and Trade
Granite Industry and Trade

Banks and Banking, American


Converse College - Spartanburg, South Carolina
Universities and Colleges

Cincinnati Conservatory of Music (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Music - Instruction and Study

Agnes Scott College (Decatur, Ga.)
Universities and Colleges

Moultrie (Ga.)
Georgia

Barnard College (New York, N.Y.)
Universities and Colleges

New Smyrna, Florida
Florida

Florida


Georgia Conservatory of Music (Atlanta, Ga.)
Music--Instruction and Study

Berman's Shop (New Smyrna Beach, Fla.)


Berman, Moses


New York University
Universities and Colleges

Cohn, Madelyn Patz


Cohn, David


Honduras


Jewish social workers


Teachers


Teaching


Weinberg, George


Weinberg, Gladys Patz


Cornell University
Universities and Colleges

Goucher College - Baltimore, Maryland
Universities and Colleges

Cordish, Paul


Cordish, Ethel Patz, 1915-1952


Berman, Fannie Glazer


South Bend, Indiana
Indiana

Indiana


Betty's Salon (Miami Beach, Fla.)


Miami Beach, Florida
Florida

Hyde, Joseph


Hyde, Betty (Rebecca Marigold) Berman


Corene's - Orlando, Florida
Clothing Industry and Trade; Women's Clothing Trade

Clothing Industry and Trade


Jewish soldiers


World War, 1939-1945


Orlando, Florida
Florida

Avery, Gussie Berman


Jacksonville, Florida
Florida

Berman, Florette Cohen


Aircraft Accidents--Paris, France, 1962


Patz, Ellen


Emory University. School of Medicine
Universities and Colleges; Medical Education

Walter Reed Hospital - Washington, D.C.
Hospitals

Radcliffe College - Cambridge, Massachusetts
Universities and Colleges

Military Bases


Public Schools


High Schools


Agriculture


Cotton Industry and Trade


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