The Breman Museum offers three unique ways to conduct research: The Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History, the Breman Museum Library, and the Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia.
The Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History
The Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History offers unique services to the community by making our collections easily accessible to students, teachers, scholars, and genealogists. Within our archival holdings you can explore thousands of manuscript and photograph collections, and hundreds of artifacts, textiles, and oral histories. Whether its family papers, business records, organizational records, rabbis' papers, or synagogue records, the Cuba Family Archives are here to serve your research needs. To learn more, please visit the Cuba Family Archives page.
The Breman Museum Library
The Breman Museum’s Library houses an extensive collection of both primary and secondary sources related to Southern Jewish History and Holocaust Education. The library actively loans educational resources such as maps, posters, and a wide array of books and films. However, periodicals, city directories and rare books must be viewed in house under librarian supervision.To learn more, please visit the Breman Museum Library page.
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia strives to foster an interest in Jewish Heritage, encourage genealogical research, and promote awareness among the Jewish community of the ease and possibility of tracing their own ancestry. They also provide instruction on genealogical methodology and standards of accuracy, promote the reservation of Jewish genealogical records and resources, and maintain and grow a library of genealogical resources. To learn more, please visit the Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia page.