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Atlanta, Georgia
June 7, 1989
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60 pages
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Ida Sloan Borochoff was born in Havana, Cuba and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She attended the University of Georgia and Atlanta College of Art. She married Charles Borochoff and they had four children: Jean, Lynn, Toby, and Lance. She was involved with the Atlanta Ballet and with a group of women she formed the Atlanta Playhouse Theater and the Atlanta Dogwood Festival. She is a prolific painter who has had many exhibitions.

OHC-Ida Sloan Borochoff

Ida Sloan Borochoff (1922 - ) - Oral History

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