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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
July 13, 1987
Tapes/transcripts
38 pages
Alexander Cecil OHC.JPG

Cecil Alexander was married to Hermoine Alexander until 1983 when she was killed in a car crash He recalls her life and her political and social involvement with Jewish and civil rights issues in Atlanta.

OHC-Cecil Alexander (3)

Cecil Alexander Jr. (1918 - ) - Oral History

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