Ida Pearle & Joseph Cuba Archives and Genealogy Center
Cuba Archives Overview
The Cuba Archives is the largest repository of its type in the Southeast. Its holdings of personal and family papers and organizational records include diaries, minutes, scrapbooks and photographs, audio and video recordings, and oral histories, as well as an extensive newspaper collection.
Over 2,000 manuscript collections and 15,000 photographs support study in Georgia and Alabama Jewish history, genealogy, and the Holocaust. Cemetery records, family histories, synagogue membership records, and population studies.
A world of information awaits both the professional historian and family biographer. Whether your interest is in the Civil War or civil rights, social service or social justice, the answers can be discovered at the Cuba Archives and Genealogical Center.
Contact Sandra Berman, Archivist, for more information or to make an appointment at 404-870-1862 or by e-mail.
The Joy Seekers Club, Atlanta, Georgia, 1912.
Jews located all up and down Washington Street, and then Fair Street, some of them, and Capitol Avenue...The interesting part about it is that on Yom Tovim [holidays] on the way to shul [synagogue], we would go from Shearith Israel to Ahavath Achim to Anshi S'fard, that is as children, and we always had a glorious parade going up and down on Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashana. —David Alterman, 1989.