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Audio/visual
Atlanta, Georgia
September 9, 1992
Tapes/transcript
32 pages
Frank Rae Rosenberg OHC.JPG

Rae Rosenberg Frank was born in Slonim, Poland/Lithuania. She came to the United States with her parents when she was about one year old. Her brother Louis "Lukey" was also born in Europe while Sam was born in the United States. The family came to Atlanta because her father, Karl Rosenberg, had a sister here. Rae discusses her extended family, education, Jewish neighborhoods, Shearith Israel and Ahavath Achim, and the family's business (scrap metal). She discusses her participation in Jewish social activities, including Junior Hadassah and putting on minstrel shows. She married Maurice Frank and undertook many volunteer activities in the Jewish community throughout her life.

OHC-Rae Rosenberg Frank

Rae Rosenberg Frank (1907 - 1995) - Oral History

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