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Sol Singer (1918-2003) was born and raised in Unadilla, Georgia. He graduated from high school in 1934 and attended the University of Georgia where he met his wife-to-be Ruth Kruger (1918-2004) of Fitzgerald, Georgia. In 1939, Sol graduated from UGA with a law degree and married Ruth. The couple moved to Columbus, Georgia where they became integral members of the Jewish community for the next 23 years. In 1962, as president of Singer and Co., Sol moved with his family to Atlanta. In Atlanta, Sol and Ruth continued their practice of volunteerism and soon became influential and respected members of the Atlanta Jewish Community. The Sol Singer family Papers includes documents relating to the Singers' involvement in various Jewish organizations, their family histories and correspondences. Included are records relating to Sol Singer's interest in stamp collecting and the Jewish community of Pilsen, Czechoslovakia. The social historian interested in Jewish life in small southern towns and the development of the Atlanta Jewish community will find this collection of special interest. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically within each folder. Finding aid available in the library.

Mss 141

Sol Singer Family Papers

20 Related Subjects

Singer, Sol (1918 - 2003)

Singer, Ruth Kruger (1918 - 2004)

Congregation Shearith Israel (Columbus, Ga.)


Columbus (Ga.)

Unadilla, Georgia

Abram, Morris B. (1918 - 2000)

Ahavath Achim Synagogue. Sisterhood (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues; Sisterhoods

Atlanta Bureau of Jewish Education (Atlanta, Ga.)

Congregation Shearith Israel (Atlanta, Ga.)

Atlanta Jewish Federation (Atlanta, Ga.)

Conservative Judaism
Jewish Sects

Epstein School (Sandy Springs, Ga.)
Religious Schools, Jewish

Fitzgerald (Ga.)

Israel Bonds

Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
White Supremacy Movements

Pilsen, Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic

Singer, Philip

Kruger, Elex (1891-1947)

Kruger, Buddy L. (1921 - 1957)

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