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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
August 1987
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23 pages
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Helen Eisemann Alexander was the friend of Hermoine Alexander since 1947 and they fought against segregation together. Their children were also friends. After Hermoine Alexander died in a car crash in 1983, Cecil Alexander Jr. and Helen were married. Helen recalls Hermoine Alexander's legacy in the civil rights and education movements in Atlanta.

OHC-Helen Eisemann Alexander (1)

Helen Eisemann Alexander (1922 - ) - Oral History

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Electioneering


Antisemitism


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