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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
August 6 and October 12, 1987
Tapes/transcripts
60 pages

Rosalind Penso Cohen grew up in Atlanta. In 1966, she went to Florence, Italy to become a "Mud Angel" after the disastrous flood of 1966. She remained in Florence and Italy for many years after. When she returned to Atlanta she took up political and volunteer work and was active in National Council of Jewish Women. This series of interviews of her friends and family was conducted posthumously as Rosalind Cohen died in 1984 of cancer.

OHC-Rosalind Penso Cohen

Rosalind Penso Cohen (1944 - 1984) - Oral History

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Sunday Schools, Jewish
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Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta (Atlanta, Ga.)


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Rabbis


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