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1982
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Max Berman was a native of Kovno, Lithuania and immigrated to the United States in 1882. He arrived in Baltimore and began a career as a peddler moving South. Seven years after arriving he sent for his wife and children who had remained in Kovno. The Berman family lived in several towns in the South, eventually settling in Elberton, Georgia. The collection consists of a family history written by Corene Bear, a daughter of Max and Rachel Leah Berman.

00-049 V/F B

Max Berman Family Papers

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Cordish, Ethel Patz, 1915-1952


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Crawfordville (Ga.)
Georgia

Dry Goods
General Stores; Dime Stores; Department Stores

Elberton (Ga.)
Georgia

Elloree (S.C.)
South Carolina

Emigration and Immigration


Emory University
Universities and Colleges

Florida


Frogmore, St. Helena Island - South Carolina
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Granite Industry and Trade
Stone Industry and Trade

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society of America (HIAS)


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Hyde, Joseph


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Jews, East European


Jews, Lithuanian


Judaism - Study and Teaching


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Men's Clothing Industry
Clothing Industry and Trade

Miami Beach (Fla.)
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Mills and Mill-work


Music Teachers
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New Smyrna, Florida
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New York City (N.Y.)
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Patz, Sam


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Peddlers and Peddling


Public Schools


Reform Judaism
Jewish Sects

Russia


Social Circle, Georgia
Georgia

Stone Industry and Trade
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Traveling Sales Personnel


Universities and Colleges


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Berman, Mary


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