Louis Eliel Blumberg

January 14, 1894 to February 17, 1964 (70 years)

When Louis Eliel Blumberg was born on January 14, 1894, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, his father, Helman, was 40 and his mother, Ida, was 34. He married Leah Schulman on June 15, 1922, in Sumter, Alabama. They had two children during their marriage. He died on February 17, 1964, in Dalton, Georgia, at the age of 70.

Louis grew up in Chattanooga in a large family. He served in WW I around 1917-1918 and, after marriage, worked for the National Linen Co. At the beginning of WW II, he and Leah opened a successful jewelry store in Dalton. He was always interested and talented with mechanical devices and gadgets.

He was a member of the Freemasons and Elks lodge.

Wedding of Sanda Goldberg and Burton Epstein

first on the left is Jennie, followed Jacob Rady, then Alice, then Reuben, then his wife Alice, then Joe Jacobs and then Lena, then Rose, Lou behind her, his wife Leah followed by Eva on far right

daddy Lou

Louis Eliel Blumberg as a young man

Leah and Louis Blumberg with young kids

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On top row, from left: Rueben Blumberg, Rose Jacobson, Lena Jacobs, Louis Blumberg On bottom, from left: Alice Epstein, Rae Kanter, Eva Pearlman, Jenny Rady

Louis Blumberg. older

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