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Audio/visual
Atlanta, Georgia
March 8, 1994
Tapes/transcript
65 pages
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Carlyn Feldman Abram Fisher is the daughter of Abrom Lewis (A.L.) Feldman, a prominent member of the Atlanta Jewish community and founder of the Puritan Chemical Company. Carlyn was born in Atlanta and describes her childhood and experiences with antisemitism, her religious background, her education and growth as an artist, her marriages (first to Morris Abram and then Ted Fisher) and the influence of her parents on her life. Carlyn is an artist and a founder of the Piedmont Art Festival. She discusses the art and cultural environment in Atlanta over the years in detail and her involvement with prominent political and Jewish figures in the course of her work. She writes an art column for Atlanta media and has produced a series for PBS on artists in Georgia. She also produced an award winning documentary on the artist colony in Provincetown, Massachusetts and recently designed the murals for the Cobb Galleria and a sculpture for the Shirley Blumenthal Jewish Community Center in Cobb County.

OHC-Carlyn Feldman Abram Fisher

Carlyn Feldman Fisher (1923 - ) - Oral History

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Hartwell (Ga.)
Georgia

Peddlers and Peddling


Integration


South Africa


Dairy Industry and Trade


Feldman, A.L. (Abrom Lewis), 1896-1988


Feldman, Jennie Saul, 1901-1985


Grocery Industry and Trade
Supermarkets; Wholesale Trade

Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Newspapers


Rich's, Inc. (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Department Stores
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Frank, Leo M., 1884-1915


Antisemitism--Georgia--Atlanta
Antisemitism

Selig Chemical Industries, Inc. (Atlanta, Ga.)
Chemical Industry

Chemical Industry


Rotary
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Clubs


Puritan Chemical Company (Atlanta, Ga.)
Chemical Industry

Universities and Colleges


Georgia State University
Universities and Colleges

Segregation


Blacks--Relations with Jews
Jews - Relations with Blacks

Jews--Relations with Blacks
Blacks - Relations with Jews

Alabama


Washington, Booker T., 1856-1915


Selig, Simon S., Sr., 1879-1943


Georgia Institute of Technology
Universities and Colleges

Russia


Community Chest (Atlanta, Ga.)


Hebrew Language
Languages

Bar Mitzvah
Judaism - Customs and Practices

Judaism--Customs and Practices


Inman Middle School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Public Schools

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

Public Schools


Latin Language
Languages

Greek Letter Societies


Highland School (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Marx, David M., 1872-1962
Rabbis

Temple (Atlanta, Ga.)
Synagogues

Sunday Schools, Jewish
Religious Schools, Jewish

Jewish schools


Passover - Cookery
Passover

Yom Kippur
Judaism - Fasts and Feasts; High Holidays

Rosh ha-Shanah
Judaism - Fasts and Feasts; High Holidays

Judaism--Fasts and Feasts


Lang, Elaine Montag, 1923-1998


Quotas (education)


Skidmore College
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Frey, Brena Feldman, 1925-1987


Standard Club (Johns Creek, Ga.)
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Jews, German


Mayfair Club (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Jewish Progressive Club (Atlanta, Ga.)
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World War, 1939-1945


United States. Army


Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941
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Biltmore Hotel (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Hotels


Weddings


Artists, Women


Jewish artists


World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Pacific Ocean
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Niemann-Pick Disease (genetic disorder)


High Museum of Art (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Pollock, Jackson, 1912-1956
Artists

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Piedmont Arts Festival (Atlanta, Ga.)


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Art Exhibitions


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Atlanta Magazine (Atlanta, Ga.)
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National Endowment of the Arts


Chicago (Ill.)
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Leukemia


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Cape Cod, Massachusetts
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