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Miles Alexander was an Atlanta attorney. The collection consists of a copy the Emory Wheel containing an article regarding a performance of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performing at Emory under Henry Sopkin and an article regarding Miles Alexander and Eliott Levitas for winning the debate forum, and photocopies of correspondence regarding the integration of the Commerce Club to Afro-Americans and women. It also contains a obituary of Louis Regenstein written by Miles and a validictorian speech by Louis Regenstein upon graduating from Boys High Schoo, 1929. Arranged in chronological order.

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Miles Alexander Family Papers

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Alexander, Miles


Blacks--Relations with Jews
Jews - Relations with Blacks

Emory University
Universities and Colleges

Commerce Club

Race Relations

Emory Wheel
Newspaper - Student

Jews--Relations with Blacks
Blacks - Relations with Jews

Women's Rights

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