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Audio/visual
Atlanta, Georgia
March 18, 1976
Tapes/transcripts
28 pages
Levitas Ida Goldstein OHC.JPG

Ida Levitas Goldstein was born in Bialystok, Poland and came with her family to the United States when she was seven years of age. She grew up in Atlanta and attended public schools although she did get a religious education as well. She discusses her youth, relatives, friends and colleagues, social experiences, religious observances, the Leo M. Frank case, and the relationship of the various parts of the Jewish religious community. Ida later became very active in all manner of Jewish organizations including the Jewish Educational Alliance and Hadassah. She married Louis J. Levitas and they had two sons (Theodore and Elliott). Elliott Levitas became a United States Representative during the time Jimmy Carter was President.

OHC-Ida Goldstein Levitas (1)

Ida Goldstein Levitas (1897 - 1987) - Oral History

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Levitas, Ida Goldstein, 1897-1987


Levitas, Louis J., 1884-1967


Białystok (Poland)
Poland

Peddlers and Peddling


Ahavath Achim Synagogue (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Synagogues


Fair Street School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Public Schools

Public Schools


Goldstein, Charles


Hirmes, Abraham P., 1886-1946
Rabbis

Rabbis


Federation of Jewish Charities (Atlanta, Ga.)


Reform Judaism
Jewish Sects

Jews, German


Sephardim


Ashkenazim
Jewish Sects

Geffen, Tobias, 1870-1970
Rabbis

Jewish Educational Alliance (Atlanta, Ga.)


Workmen's Circle School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Religious Schools, Jewish

Sunday Schools, Jewish
Religious Schools, Jewish

Jewish schools


Levitas, Theodore C. (Ted), 1924-2016
Dentists

Hadassah. Greater Atlanta Chapter (Atlanta, Ga.)
Hadassah

Dublin, Ireland
Ireland

Ireland


Levitas, Elliott H., 1930-
Politicians

Montefiore Relief Association (Atlanta, Ga.)


Frank, Leo M., 1884-1915


Trials - Murder


Jewish-Jewish Relations


Goldstein, Shmuel Y. (Samuel J.), 1858-1951
Rabbis

Goldstein, Elka Golden Kavakerisky, 1861-1928


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