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Samuel R. Greenblatt was a veteran of the Spanish American War and a prominent Atlanta businessman. Along with his brother Morris, he established American Laundry and Dry Cleaning in 1915 in Atlanta. The collection consists of correspondence, a certificate relating to Sam Greenblatt's 50 years of service to the Fulton Lodge of the Masons of Georgia, 1961, a business card from West Side Loan Office, letterhead from American Laundry, and photocopies of newspaper articles on aviator Evelyn Greenblatt Howren.

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Samuel R. Greenblatt Family Papers

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Greenblatt, Samuel R., 1879-1967

Howren, Evelyn Greenblatt, 1918-1998

American Laundry (Atlanta, Ga.)
Laundry Industry and Trade

Women's Air Service Pilots (WASP)

Fraternal Organizations

Fulton Lodge No. 216 F&AM (Atlanta, Ga.)
Freemasons; Fraternal Organizations


West Side Loan Office (Atlanta, Ga.)


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