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Atlanta, Georgia
December 8, 1995
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67 pages
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Jan Lencove Epstein was born in Shreveport, Louisiana. She married Warren Epstein and they moved to Atlanta, Georgia. Jan was instrumental in founding the Reform Temple Sinai and later served as its president. She was also key in the creation of several major Jewish schools in Atlanta. She has been involved in Jewish life in Atlanta in many forms--including interfaith broadcasting to foster Jewish-Christian relations--throughout her life. She recalls coming to Atlanta in the 1950s and 1960s and how the town has changed especially in the Jewish community. She recalls some of the key figures at the Temple (Rabbi Rothschild) and other synagogues.

OHC-Jan Lencove Epstein

Jan Lencove Epstein (1937 - ) - Oral History

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Shreveport, Louisiana
Louisiana

Louisiana


Lencove, Rose Gold


Lencove, Manuel


Poland


Houston, Texas
Texas

Texas


General Stores
Dry Goods; Department Stores

Conservative Judaism
Jewish Sects

Jewish Sects


Lencove, Dan


New Orleans (La.)
Louisiana

Maison Dlanche - New Orleans, Louisiana
Louisiana

Department Stores
General Stores; Dime Stores; Dry Goods

Public Schools


Young Judaea
Youth - Societies and Clubs

Youth--Societies and Clubs


University of Colorado Boulder
Universities and colleges

Colorado


Universities and Colleges


Confirmation (Jewish Rite)
Judaism - Customs and Practices

Judaism--Customs and Practices


Jewish schools


Sabbath


Kosher Food
Jews - Dietary Laws

Jews--Dietary Laws


Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
White Supremacy Movements

White Supremacy Movements


Temple (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Synagogues


Rothschild, Jacob M., 1911-1973
Rabbis

Epstein, Warren


Jewish soldiers


Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, Ga.)
Universities and Colleges

Architects


Delta Airlines
Airlines

Airlines


Epstein, Mark


Epstein, Kyle


Epstein, Glen


Kittredge School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Private Schools

Private Schools


URJ Camp Coleman (Cleveland, Ga.)
Camps

Temple Sinai (Sandy Springs, Ga.)
Synagogues

Ahavath Achim Congregration (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Epstein, Harry H. (Harry Hyman), 1903-2003
Rabbis

Deitch, Milton (Dr.)


Standard Club (Johns Creek, Ga.)
Clubs

Clubs


Lehrman, Richard J., 1938-1979
Rabbis

Rabbis


Kranz, Phillip N., 1943-
Rabbis

Union of American Hebrew Congregations


Epstein School (Sandy Springs, Ga.)
Religious Schools, Jewish

Greenfield Hebrew Academy (Sandy Springs, Ga.)
Religious Schools, Jewish

Torah Day School of Atlanta (Atlanta, Ga.)
Religious Schools, Jewish

Nemo, Carol Breman (1938 - )


Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters (Atlanta, Ga.)


Judaism, Reform
Jewish Sects

Bat Mitzvah
Judaism - Customs and Practices

Hebrew Language
Languages

Kabbalah


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Private Schools; Religious Schools, Jewish

Georgia Commission on the Holocaust


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