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February 19 and July 3, 1990
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180 pages
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Joseph Cuba was born in Atlanta. He married Ida Pearle Miller and had three children: Lana, Philip, and Lawrence. He was active in the Ahavath Achim Congregration and founded the Max M. Cuba & Company (an accounting firm) with his brother, Max. He discusses the history of the Atlanta Jewish community in general, including Jewish-Jewish relations. He knew and worked with the major leaders of the Atlanta Jewish secular community including Edward Kahn and Barney Medintz. His children contributed substantially to the museum archives in his name and helped to establish the Ida Pearle and Joseph Cuba Community Archives and Geneology Center.

OHC-Joseph Cuba

Joseph Cuba (1909 - 1993) - Oral History

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