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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
June 1, 1991
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44 pages
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In 1991, Reverend Borstein was mashgiach and shammash at Ahavath Achim. Originally from Poland/Lithuania, he came to New York in 1921 and arrived in Atlanta in 1932, where he married. His family was in the grocery/delicatessen trade. Reverend Borstein was also a shochet, mohel, and mashgiach - the final capacity in which he supervised the installation of kosher kitchens in several major Atlanta hotels. He also participated in the Hevra Kaddisha. He was a major participant in Atlanta Jewish orthodox life.

OHC-Paul Borstein (Reverend)

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