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Clarice Furchgott Geigerman Woodruff was born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1917. In 1941 she married Henry David Geigerman Jr. and moved to Atlanta where she made a career writing for the "Southern Israelite Magazine." Her by-line can be seen on articles throughout the 1950s and 1960s. In later years she also wrote a regular column about people and social events for the "Jewish Georgian." Clarice later married Bruce Woodruff. She was active in the Atllanta arts scene and was a member of the Atlanta Symphony Guild and the Atlanta Music Club. She was also an advisor and extra in "Driving Miss Daisy" a film written by Alfred Uhry. The collection consists of the script used by Clarice Geigerman Woodruff from "Driving Miss Daisy," newspaper articles, and ivitations, programs and flyers from the many arts related organizations in which she was involved. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically within each folder.

Mss 219

Clarice Geigerman Woodruff Family

6 Related Subjects

Woodruff, Clarice Furchgott Geigerman, 1917-2004


Driving Miss Daisy (motion picture)
Motion Pictures; Dramas

Atlanta Symphony Guild (Atlanta, Ga.)

Artists, Women

Borochoff, Ida Sloan, 1922-2005

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