Harold Hirsch papers, 1915-1935.


Hirsch, Harold, 1882-1939. Harold Hirsch papers, 1915-1935.

Harold Hirsch papers, 1915-1935.

The collection consists of papers of Harold Hirsch from 1915-1935. The papers consist mostly of correspondence regarding Hirsch's involvement in several organizations including letters from David M. Bressler and Harry Shapiro regarding the American Jewish Committee's (1930) effort to raise money in Atlanta (Ga.); letters (1915-1919) regarding Hirsch's presidency of the Ingleside Country Club, many from Oscar Elsas; correspondence (1933-1936) as president of the Atlanta Committee for German-Jewish Relief, a committee related to the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; and letters (1888-1920) pertaining to Hirsch's activities as chief legal counsel for Coca-Cola.

.5 linear ft.

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American Jewish joint distribution committee

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The American Joint Distribution Committee was founded on November 27, 1914 when the American Jewish Relief Committee (AJRC) and the Central Committee for the Relief of Jews (CCRJ) joined forces under the name of the Joint Distribution Committee of American Funds for the Relief of Jewish War Sufferers. Although JDC reflected the diversity of the American Jewish Community, the Reform-oriented American Jewish Committee faction dominated its early leadership. Conceived as a temporary agency to relie...

Hirsch, Harold, 1882-1939.

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Harold Hirsch (1882-1939), lawyer with the firm of Candler, Thomson & Hirsch in Atlanta, Georgia. From the description of Harold Hirsch papers, 1915-1935. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 38476998 ...

Ingleside Country Club (Atlanta, Ga.)

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Coca-Cola Company.

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American Jewish Committee

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Founded in 1906 to safeguard the rights of Jews and to alleviate the consequences of persecution or disaster affecting them at home or abroad. ...

Atlanta Committee for German-Jewish Relief.

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Shapiro, Harry, 1952-

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Elsas, Oscar, 1871-1924.

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Oscar Elsas (1871-1924), president of the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill (Atlanta, Ga.) and Jewish community leader. From the description of Oscar Elsas family papers, 1871-1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 38476974 ...

Bressler, David M.

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