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Alexander, Hermoine Weil, 1922-1983

First wife of architect Cecil Alexander. Was killed by a drunk driver in 1983.

20 Related Objects

Atlanta Jewish Times Records
Manuscript
1917-1985
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Cecil Alexander Family Papers
Photograph
Unkown
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Cecil Alexander Family Papers
Photograph
Unkown
Alexander Cecil OHC.JPG
Cecil Alexander Jr. (1918 - ) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
July 13, 1987
Alexander Cecil OHC.JPG
Cecil Alexander Jr. (1918 - ) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
April, 1979 and November 10, 1980
Alexander Cecil OHC.JPG
Cecil Alexander Jr. (1918 - ) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
June 1, 1982
Alterman David OHC.JPG
David Alterman (1917 - 1993) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
November 29 and December 13, 1989
Douglas Alexander (1959 - ) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
February 12, 1989
Alexander Helen Mantler OHC.JPG
Helen Eisemann Alexander (1922 - ) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
August 1987
Alexander Helen Mantler OHC.JPG
Helen Eisemann Alexander (1922 - ) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
November 25 and December 28, 1993
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Henry Aaron Alexander Sr. Family Papers
Photograph
Unknown
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Henry Aaron Alexander Sr. Family Papers
Photograph
Mid 1940s
Hermoine Weil Alexander Papers
Manuscript
1952
Judith Alexander Augustine (1949 - ) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
May 2, 1988
Luther Alverson and Ruth Alverson - Oral History
Audio/Visual
April 11, 1988
Frank Sherry OHC.JPG
Sherry Zimmerman Frank (1942 - ) - Oral History
AudioVisual
April 21, and June 16, 1993 and April 27, 1994
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Sidney Q. and Leah Janus Family Photographs
Photograph

Therese Alexander Milkey (1942 - ) - Oral History
Audio/Visual
January 30, 1989
Therese Weil Lansburgh - Oral History
Audio/Visual
October 28, 1987
William and Hava Rothschild - Oral History
Audio/Visual
March 5, 1989
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