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Audio/visual
Athens, Georgia
March 13, 2002
Tapes/transcripts
17 pages

Bernard and Carlene Cristal are members of Congregation Children of Israel in Athens. Carlene was born in Atlanta and grew up here although her family originated in Odessa (Russia/Ukraine). Bernard was born in Bermuda and eventually immigrated to the United States. Bernard and Carlene met at the Mayfair Club in Atlanta. They discuss their package liquor store then Bernard's ventures in real estate development, their family, children, life in Atlanta and Athens, Carlene's familys influence on Ahavath Achim Congregation, Israel, intermarriage, and antisemitism in Atlanta.

OHC-Bernard and Carlene Cristal

Bernard and Carlene Cristal - Oral History

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Metal Industry and Trade


Cristal, Carlene Lewis


Cristal, Bernard


Congregation Children of Israel (Athens, Ga.)
Synagogues

Synagogues


Athens (Ga.)
Georgia

Georgia


Liquor Industry and Trade


Russia


Odessa, Ukraine
Ukraine

Ukraine


Emigration and Immigration


Ahavath Achim Congregration (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Taratoot, Jake (Rabbi)
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Bermuda


Mayfair Club (Atlanta, Ga.)
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New York City (N.Y.)
New York

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Lewis, Carl, 1904-


Lewis, Sam, 1877-


Antisemitism


Atlanta (Ga.)
Georgia

Israel


Real estate, development


Massell, Benjamin J., Sr. (1886 - 1962)


Bar Mitzvah
Judaism - Customs and Practices

Judaism--Customs and Practices


Voznesensk, Russia/Ukraine


Wishek (N.D.)


Cantors (Judaism)


Chazzan (Cantor)
Cantors - Judaism

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Meat Industry and Trade


Broad Street (Atlanta, Ga.)
Atlanta, Georgia

Jewish schools


Hebrew Language - Study and Teaching


Sisterhoods


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