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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
November 29 and December 13, 1989
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94 pages
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David Alterman is a member of the Alterman family that founded first a grocery store, then a wholesale food store, and then a chain of supermarkets. He was married to Sara Cohen Alterman. His parents came from Russia and Austria. The Altermans had three children: Phyllis Alterman Franco, Richard Alterman, and Stephen Alterman. The Alterman family is active in Ahavath Achim Congregation and in Jewish education in Atlanta.

OHC-David Alterman

David Alterman (1917 - 1993) - Oral History

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