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Atlanta, Georgia
November 20 and December 17, 1985
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87 pages
Cavalier Helen Fine OHC.JPG

Helen Fine Cavalier was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee and raised in an orthodox household. Her father owned a men's clothing store that failed after World War I. She married Sidney Cavalier in 1930 and moved to Atlanta. Helen Cavalier was active in many organizations, both Jewish and secular, including the March of Dimes (her son, Ben, had polio),and Reach to Recovery and City of Hope after she had breast cancer. She participated in the Chevra kaddisha (Jewish burial society) for many years.

OHC-Helen Fine Cavalier

Helen Fine Cavalier (1908 - 1996) - Oral History

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