Our histories are woven. Come see what makes it yours.

Housing the region’s largest repository of Jewish history and the Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia, we offer many sources for conducting research and connecting with remarkable stories from our past. Whether you’re here to learn about your ancestry or to research Jewish life in the South, everyone is welcome to get up close and personal with our ever-evolving collections.

Joseph Cuba Archives

Hoping to steep yourself in history? Get immersed in the largest collection of Jewish archives in the Southeast and learn countless stories of joy, resiliency and sweet tea.

Estroff Family Library

Wondering what gems you can find? Our extensive collection of maps, posters, books, films, periodicals, and directories paint a clear picture of Southern Jewish life.


Looking to learn more about your ancestry or simply dig into the science of genealogy? The Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia is here to guide you along your journey.

Donate to
Our Archives

Contemplating what to do with those heirlooms and old photos? Donating family keepsakes allows us to continue preserving and sharing these beautiful stories.


Ask the Archivist

Having trouble navigating our collections or not seeing what you’re looking for? Ask our Archivist and someone will be in touch shortly to help guide you.

We are closed for Rosh Hashanah today. You can purchase tickets for an upcoming day when we are open by clicking the button on the right.