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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
April 18 and May 4, 1988
Tapes/transcripts
141 pages
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Virginia Barnett was born in Atlanta in 1934, Virginia was the daughter of Richard Rosenheim (later Richard Rich), a member of the Rich's department store family. She began dance training at the age of three. She studied with Dorothy Alexander at the Atlanta School of Ballet as well as at the School of American Ballet in New York. She joined the New York City Ballet in 1955. She returned to Atlanta and was associate director and principal dancer with the Atlanta Ballet. Together with Carl Ratcliff she formed the Carl Ratcliff Dance Theatre, Georgia's first professional modern dance company. Married Robert Barnett, another dancer, and had two children: Robert James Barnett, Jr. (1959) and David Michael Barnett (1962).

OHC-Virginia Rich Barnett

Virginia Rich Barnett (1934 - ) - Oral History

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Georgia Institute of Technology
Universities and Colleges

Georgia State University
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Acting


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Balanchine, George, 1904-1983
Dancers; Ballet Dancers

Ballet
Dancing

Ballet Dancers


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Barnett, Robert J., Jr., 1959-


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Theater Companies

Alexander, Dorothy


Christ the King School (Atlanta, Ga.)
Private School

Clubs


American Ballet (New York, N.Y.)
Dance Schools

Blacks--Relations with Jews
Jews - Relations with Blacks

Associations, Institutions, etc.


Atlanta Ballet (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Dancers


Dancing


Darling, Sally Adolph


Standard Club (Johns Creek, Ga.)
Clubs

Synagogues


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

Rabbis


Jewish Sects


Racism


Radio City Music Hall - New York City, New York
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Ratcliff, Carl


Harvard University. School of Law.
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McGill, Ralph, 1898-1969


Red Cross - American - Atlanta Chapter


Reform Judaism
Jewish Sects

Jewish-Jewish Relations


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Rich's, Inc. (Atlanta, Ga.)
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High Museum of Art (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority


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Rothschild, Jacob M., 1911-1973
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New York City Ballet (New York City, N.Y.)
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School of American Ballet (New York City, N.Y.)
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Opera


Senior Citizens


Hungary


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Lazarus, Michael


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Touro Synagogue (New Orleans, La.)
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Theatre Under the Stars (Atlanta, Ga.)
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Tripp Lake Camp - Maine
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Jews--Relations with Blacks
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