Rich's of Atlanta: The Story of a Store
"The Atlanta Federal Penitentiary and Area Jews: A Social Service Case Study"
"Jewish Community of Atlanta"
"Southern Jewish Women and Jewish Social Service Organizations"
"The Transformation of Jewish Social Services in Atlanta, 1928-1948"
"Abram, Morris B."
Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces Facing the People of Many Communities: Atlanta Jewry from the Frank Case to the Great Depression
The Quiet Voices: Southern Rabbis and Black Civil Rights, 1880s to 1990s
The Rabbi as Ethnic Broker: The Case of David Marx
Factionalism and Ethnic Politics in Atlanta: German Jews from the Civil War through the Progressive Era
The Youthful Musings of a Jewish Community Activist: Josephine Joel Heyman
Harry H. Epstein and the Rabbinate as Conduit of Change
Rabbi Harry H. Epstein and the Adaptation of Second-Generation East European Jews in Atlanta
Victor H. Kriegshaber, Community Builder
The Emergence of Jewish Social Service Agencies in Atlanta
Role Theory and History: The Illustration of Ethnic Brokerage in the Atlanta Jewish Community in an Era of Transition and Conflict
Ethnic Residential Patterns in Atlanta, 1880-1940
"Leo Frank Revisited: New Sources on a New Subject"
Screening a Lynching: The Leo Frank Case on Film and Television
Sephardim and a History of Congregation Or VeShalom
Sephardim - Atlanta
Abraham Bisno: Union Pioneer
"Browne, Edward B.M."
Prophet in a Time of Priests: Rabbi "Alphabet" Browne 1845-1929: A Biography
Sophie Weil Browne: From Rabbi's Wife to Clubwoman
Pre-1967 Atlanta Jewry
Rabbi Alphabet Browne: The Atlanta Years
One Voice: Jacob M. Rothschild and the Troubled South
The Bomb that Healed: A Personal Memoir of the Bombing of the Temple in Atlanta, 1958
As But a Day: The First Hundred Years, 1867-1967
"Lawyer Sam Boorstin"
The Edison Brothers, Shoe Merchants: Their Georgia Years
Atlanta and the American Settlement House Movement
"Atlanta and the American Settlement House Movement"
When Middle Class Ambition met Southern Honor: A Cultural History of the Leo Frank Case
The Jewish Sections of Oakland Cemetery
Rich's: A Southern Institution
"Toward an 'immigrant Turn' in Jewish Entrepreneurial History: A View from the New South
Jews and Booze: Becoming American in the Age of Prohibition
Recollections of Atlanta
In Gang Fun di Yorn (Passing Years)
"The Chamber of Commerce in the Economic and Political Development of Atlanta from 1900-1916"
The Leo Frank Case
Leo Frank and the American Jewish Community
Atlanta in the Progressive Era: A Dreyfus Case in Georgia
Judaism and Progress: Sermons and Addresses
Tales out of Shul: The Unorthodox Journal of an Orthodox Rabbi
"Efficiency and Control: Labor Espionage in Southern Textiles"
"Labor Espionage and the Organization of Southern Textiles: The Fulton Bag And Cotton Mill Strike of 1914-1915"
The Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Strike of 1914-1915: Espionage, Labor Conflict, and New South Industrial Relations
A Passion to Serve: Memoirs of a Jewish Activist
The Literary Legacy of Rabbi Tobias Geffen in Atlanta
Coming of Age: The Atlanta Jewish Federation, 1962-1982
"A Second Eyewitness to Jim Conley's Actions: The Leo Frank Case Revisited"
From Generation to Generation: Congregation Ahavath Achim, 1887-1987
The Temple Bombing
American Synagogues: A Century of Architecture and Jewish Community
"Growing Up Assimilated in the South"
Private Eyes, Public Women: Images of Class and Sex in the Urban South, Atlanta, Georgia, 1913-1915
Southern Jews and their Encounter with Blacks: Atlanta, 1850-1915
Strangers in the Gate City: The Jews of Atlanta, 1845-1915
Unsettled Jews: Geographic Mobility in a Nineteenth-Century City
The Jewish Community of Atlanta from the End of the Civil War until the Eve of the Frank Case
Jewish Identity in the Reconstruction South: Ambivalence and Adaptation
Hearing a Different Drummer: A Holocaust Survivor's Search for Identity
Patterns of Persistence and Occupational Mobility in a Southern City: Atlanta, 1870-1920
Kosher USA: How Coke Became Kosher and Other Tales of Modern Food
A Brief History of Rich's
An Orthodox Rabbinate in the South: Tobias Geffen, 1870-1970
"Both SIdes of the Same Coin: Two Atlantans in Israel's War of Independence"
"'NCJW Joins the War on Poverty': The National Council of Jewish Women and the Quest for Opportunity in 1960s Atlanta"
Saturday School: How One Town Kept Out the "Jewish" 1902-1932
Inside or Outside the Fold: The Circumstances under which Jews Join the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Atlanta
The Settlement of Rhodian and Other Sephardic Jews in Montgomery and Atlanta in the 20th Century
Living Atlanta: An Oral History of the City, 1914-1948
We Lived that Way: An Oral History Interview with Joe Jacobs
The Bible and Bombings: Southern Rabbis Respond during the Civil Rights Movement
Is the Jew a White Man?: Press Reaction to the Leo Frank Case, 1913-1915
You Can't Imagine this Life: Diaries and Letters of a Southern Jewish Grande Dame, Josephine Joel Heyman, 1901-1993
A Study of Southern Bigotry and Injustice: The Leo Frank Case
That Pride of Race and Character: The Roots of Jewish Benevolence in the Jim Crow South
Touched with Fire: Morris Abram and the Battle Against Racial and Religious Discrimination
Judaeo-Spanish Ballads from Atlanta, Georgia
Women's Work: Atlanta's Industrialization and Urbanization, 1879-1929
A History of the Hebrew Benevolent Congregation of Atlanta
A Church, A School
Rich's, Atlanta, Salutes the New South!
"The Leo Frank Case Reconsidered: Gender and Sexual Politics in the Making of Reactionary Populism"
Play It Again Sam: The Notable Life of Sam Masell, Atlanta's First Minority Mayor
Immigrant Patterns in Atlanta, 1880 and 1896
Black-Jewish Relations on Trial: Leo Frank and Jim Conley in the New South
And the Dead Shall Rise: The Murder of Mary Phagan and the Lynching of Leo Frank
"Esther Kahn Taylor: Hadassah Lady Turned Birth Control Advocate"
It's Hard Living in Atlanta; The Contrasting Views of Two Jewish Immigrants, 1905-1906
Jewish Racial Identity in Pittsburgh and Atlanta, 1890-1930
A Comparison of the Coverage of the Leo Frank Case by the Hearst-Controlled Atlanta Georgian and the Home-Owned Atlanta Journal, April 28, 1913-August 30, 1913
Congregation Beth Jacob's First Fifty Years, 1943-1993
Climbing the Crystal Stair: Annie T. Wise's Success as an Immigrant in Atlanta's Public School System
Migration of Jewish Refugees to Atlanta
Atlanta Jewry, 1900-1930
A Temple is Bombed - Atlanta 1958
Rhoda Kaufman: A Southern Progressive's Career, 1913-1956
A History of the Ahavath Achim Congregation, 1887-1927
A History of the Ahvath Achim Congregation (1887-1977)
"The Jewish Organizational Elite of Atlanta, Georgia"
The Role of Social Clubs in the Atlanta Jewish Community
The Jews of Atlanta: Their Social Structure and Leadership Patterns
Historic Oakland Cemetery
"Sephardic Culture in America"
"Woman Suffrage Activities in Atlanta"
"A Quiet Revolution: Jewish Women's Clubs and the Widening Female Sphere, 1897-1920"
The Last Night of Ballyhoo
Driving Miss Daisy
The Social Basis of City Politics: Atlanta, 1865-1903
"Counterblast: How the Atlanta Temple Bombing Strengthened the Civil Rights Cause"