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Atlanta, Georgia
June 19 and July 6, 1989
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122 pages
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Chippie Rubin Alterman was born in Atlanta in 1917. Her mother came from Poland and her father from Russia. Her early childhood was spent in Columbus, Georgia. Her father was a peddler in the north Georgia and North Carolina mountains and was a self-educated liberal, philosopher, and agnostic. During high school Chippie went to work at Alterman Brothers Wholesale Feed and Grocery business. She later married Sam Alterman and the Altermans adopted three children. Chippie Alterman was active in the community, was a member of Young Judaea, Hadassah, Brandeis University-National Women's Committee, and was on the National Board of the United Jewish Appeal. She discusses influential Jewish leaders in Atlanta including Edward Kahn, Sam Rosenberg, and Barney Medintz. She recalls Ku Klux Klan activities and Atlanta Jewish neighborhoods.

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Chippie Rubin Alterman (1917 - 1997) - Oral History

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