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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
January 30, 1989
Tapes/transcript
30 pages

Therese (Terry) is the daughter of Hermoine Weil Alexander and Cecil Alexander Jr. She attended Lovett School where she experienced antisemitism. She married a Catholic, Herb Milkey. She discusses her mother's life and social and political involvement in the Atlanta community.

OHC-Therese Alexander Milkey

Therese Alexander Milkey (1942 - ) - Oral History

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