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Atlanta, Georgia
February 9, 1988
42 pages
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Lucinda Weil Bunnen grew up in Katonah, New York where she recieved little training in Judaism. Her maternal grandfather bought out Roebuck of Sears, Roebuck and Company, thereby establishing the family fortune. She married Robert L. Bunnen, an oral surgeon, in 1952 and moved to Atlanta, which whom she had three children: Belinda, Melissa and Robert Jr. At the age of 40 she developed an interest in photography and has exhibited in many museums and galleries since as well as being deeply involved in the artistic life of Atlanta as a member of boards of museums. She has also served on the boards of many social activist organizations.

OHC-Lucinda Weil Bunnen (1)

Lucinda Weil Bunnen - Oral History

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