Adolph Rosenberg Photographs
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Adolph Rosenberg Photographs

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. 130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA 30305. 404.814.4040. reference@atlantahistorycenter.com
Creator: Rosenberg, previous hitAdolph next hit, 1912-1977
Title: Adolph next hit Rosenberg Photographs
Dates: 1945-1955, undated
Quantity: 57.0 Image(s)
Quantity: 52 black and white photographic prints and 5 black and white copy negatives
Identification: ahc.VIS124

Biographical/Historical Note

previous hitAdolph Rosenberg became the editor of the “Southern Israelite” in the 1970’s after serving as a reporter for the Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution. A well honored member of the Atlanta journalism community, Rosenberg was the founder of the Atlanta Press Club, second president of the Georgia Scholastic Press Association and served three terms as president of the American Jewish Press Association.


Scope and Content Note

A varied collection, these photographs are a mixture of images of rural areas in Fulton County, images relating to Atlanta’s Jewish community, military photographs, and photographs of an elementary class. Most of the images in the collection were taken by Rosenberg, but several were not. The photographs of Fulton County include images of buildings, stores, and farms in Buckhead, Roswell, and Lebanon, Georgia, and several in Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta. Images of Atlanta’s Jewish community include group portraits of officers from a synagogue in Gainesville, and members of the Atlanta Brandeis University Associates. Also included are photographs of Atlanta realtor Benjamin Feld, Rabbi Jobias Geffen, and interior and exterior photographs of Or Ve Shalon Synagogue in Atlanta. Images that Rosenberg collected include military photographs of Jewish soldiers, and a copy of a daguerreotype depicting unidentified girls from Atlanta in the antebellum era. Other images include classroom photographs of Atlanta’s Howell School, and an image of a returning soldier after World War II.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged alphabetically according to titles supplied by staff.


Index Terms

Advertising--Georgia--Atlanta
Animals
Apartments--Georgia--Fulton County
Aronstam, Louis
Atlanta Public Library. Ida Williams Branch.
Atlanta Safe and Lock Works (Fulton County, Ga.).
Automobiles--1940-1950
Automobiles--1950-1960
Barns--Georgia--Lebanon
Barns--Georgia--Roswell
Benatar, Victor
Bennett, George -- Homes and haunts
Big Creek Bridge (Fulton County, Ga.).
Breman, William
Bridges--Georgia--Fulton County
Buckhead Farmers Market (Fulton County, Ga.).
Cavalier , Sidney
Clark Howell School (Atlanta, Ga.).
Clothing & dress--1840-1850
Coca-Cola Company
Construction--Georgia-- Fulton County
Cows
Farm supplies--Georgia--Roswell
Farms--Georgia--Roswell
Feld, Benjamin
Fulton County (Ga.)
Galantt, Isaac, Mrs.
Garson, Frank
Geffen, Jobias
General stores--Georgia--Roswell
Goldstein, Abe
Habif, Isaac
Harrison, Harry
Jacobs, Hyman
Janus, Sidney, Mrs.
Lebanon (Ga.)
Lebanon Baptist Church (Fulton County, Ga.)
London, Max
Mansell Brothers, Inc. (Roswell, Ga.)
Marcus, Harold, Mrs.
Massell, Ben
Mayer, Albert
Mules
Old Alabama Road (Fulton County, Ga.)
Peachtree Street (Fulton County, Ga.)
Regenstein, Louis
Ringel, Herbert
Rittenbaum, Max
Roswell (Ga.)
Rothberg, Sam
Service stations--Georgia--Fulton County
Singer Sewing Center (Fulton County, Ga.)
Teachers--Georgia--Atlanta
Weiss, Morton L.
Women--Georgia--Atlanta--1840-1950
World War, 1939-1945

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

previous hitAdolph next hit Rosenberg Photographs, VIS 124, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center.

Acquisition Information

Gift of previous hitAdolph next hit Rosenburg.

Processing Information

Collection processed in 2007.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright law. (Title 17, U.S. Code) Permission for use must be cleared through the Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. Licensing agreement may be required.


Container List

 

Location

VIS 124.01VIS 124.01 Atlanta Girls, Copy of Daguerreotype, circa 1840, ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.02VIS 124.02 Atlanta Realtor, Benjamon Feld, undated ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.03VIS 124.03 Beck Shoe Store, 52 Whitehall St, SW, 1950 ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.04VIS 124.04 Buckhead Apartments, Aug. 1948 ( 2.0 Image(s) )
 

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VIS 124.05VIS 124.05 Buckhead Library, Ida Williams Branch, Aug. 1948 ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.06VIS 124.06 Buckhead Telephone Building, Aug. 1948 ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.07VIS 124.07 Clark Howell School Teacher, students and classrooms, undated ( 5.0 Image(s) )
 

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VIS 124.08VIS 124.08 Jewish Synagogue Officers, circa 1951 ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.09VIS 124.09 Lion Monument at Oakland Cemetery, Copy negatives, 1953 September 9 ( 5.0 Image(s) )
 

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VIS 124.10VIS 124.10 Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Presentation of the "Fulton Centennial", 1955 ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.11VIS 124.11 Master Sergeant Simka Cohen, Israel Army, With Sergeant First Class W.S. Westbrooke learning automotive mechanics, 1950 August 30 ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.12VIS 124.12 North Korean Tank, Korean War, Acme Telephoto, circa 1941-1945 ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.14, VIS OS Box 7VIS 124.14 Peachtree Rd. Scenes, 1948 ( 3.0 Image(s) )
 

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VIS 124.15VIS 124.15 Planning Committee for Brandeis University, Members at a dinner meeting, 1954 ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.16VIS 124.16 Rabbi Jobias Geffen and Grandson, 1951 ( 1.0 image )
 

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VIS 124.17VIS 124.17 Rural North Fulton County, Construction of Big Creek Bridge Hwy 19, J.S Patton's Place Lebanon Area Mansell Brothers Inc. Newtown Area Old Alabama Rd. Roswell Area, Home of Herbert Hawkins, Feb. 1954 ( 23.0 Image(s) )
 

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VIS 124.18VIS 124.18 World War II Veteran, Nov. 1945 ( 1.0 image )