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Atlanta, Georgia
November 16, 2001
24 pages
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Harriet Rosenbaum Draluck was born in Atlanta. Her father came to the United States from Poland. He settled in Atlanta where had a grocery store and movie theater (for black people only). Her mother was born in Atlanta was a teacher. Her family belonged to Ahavath Achim and she attended public schools supplement by a Jewish religious education at the Workmens' Circle school. Harriet married Solomon Draluck whose family had the Spick-N-Span store. She discusses her family, childhood, growing up Jewish in Atlanta, youthful social activities, Pearl Harbor and the death of President Roosevelt, and her involvement with the Jewish community in Hadassah. Some of her father's family were murdered in the Holocaust, including an uncle named Jacob, who had desperately tried to get a visa to come to the United States but failed and perished.

OHC-Harriet Rosenbaum Draluck

Harriet Rosenbaum Draluck (1932 - ) - Oral History

41 Related Subjects

Emigration and Immigration

Draluck, Harriet Rosenbaum, 1932-

Rosenbaum, Louis, 1900-1986


United States

Dixie Army-Navy Store (Atlanta, Ga.)

Sea Green, Florida


Spick-N-Span Co. (Decatur, Ga.)
Grocery Industry and Trade

Grocery Industry and Trade
Supermarkets; Wholesale Trade


Hebrew Language

Jewish-Christian Relations

Pazol, Louis J., 1882-1964

Pazol, Esther Sevelovitz, 1882-1935

Ahavath Achim Synagogue (Atlanta, Ga.)


Ahavath Achim Synagogue. Sisterhood (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues; Sisterhoods


Saturday School

B'nai B'rith Girls
Youth - Societies and Clubs; B'nai B'rith Youth Organization

Youth--Societies and Clubs

Jewish Progressive Club (Atlanta, Ga.)


Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

Agnes Scott College
Universities and Colleges

Universities and Colleges

Draluck, Solomon William

Draluck, Rose, 1904-1999

Draluck, Norman, 1898-1972

Draluck, Jonathan

Draluck, Lonnie

Draluck, Merlyn

Hines, Marcy Draluck

World War, 1939-1945

Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
Presidents - United States


Hadassah - Tel Chai Chapter

Girls' High School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Public Schools

Public Schools

Rosenbaum, Sarah Pazol, 1906-1995

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