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Atlanta, Georgia
November 2, 1998
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65 pages
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Elinor Angel Rosenberg Breman was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She married Herbert Rosenberg and moved to Atlanta and they had three children. Elinor got involved the the arts in Atlanta where she owned an art gallery. She was also involved in the theater and the Atlanta Symphony. Re remembered the terrible plane crash in Paris that claimed the lives of many prominent Atlantan Jews. She divorced Herbert in the early 1980s and supported herself very successfully selling real estate. In 1993 she married William Breman, who had recently lost his first wife, Sylvia. Elinor discusses her family and childhood in Chattanooga, her social life which revolved around the Ballyhoo Club in Atlanta, and her involvement with the arts community (art, theater and symphony). She discusses the growth of Atlanta and some of the problems that its rapid growth entailed, antisemitism, her career in real estate and the publishing of her book Roller Coast Ride. She discusses her life with William Breman (d. 2002) and her involvement in the Jewish community including with the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.

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Elinor Rosenberg Breman (1922 - ) - Oral History

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