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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
March 16, 1992
Tapes/transcripts
46 pages

Rebecca Alhadeff was born in Bodrum, Turkey. She immigrated to Atlanta at age 10 where she lived on Ivy Street and Pryor Street. Her father was in the shoe repair business. She moved to Tallahassee where her father had acquired a shoe repair shop. Later she returned to Atlanta where she married Joseph Alhadeff in 1929. Her husband came from Turkey and also owned a shoe repair shop on Peachtree Street. The Alhadeffs had three daughters : Jeanette Arogetti, Stella Firestone, and Rachel Berger.

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