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Atlanta, Georgia
March 5, 1989
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41 pages

Rabbi William and Hava Rothschild were friends of Cecil Jr. and Hermoine Alexander. Hava was born and raised on a kibbutz in Israel. Hermoine helped introduce her to American culture. They recall Hermoine's life and her legacy.

OHC-William and Hava Rothschild

William and Hava Rothschild - Oral History

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