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Atlanta, Georgia
July 28, 1986
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Jean Aronstam Cohen was born in Atlanta. She was active in the Red Cross Motor Corps in War II, during which time she met and married Herbert Cohen. They married in 1945 and had three children. She was the first chairman of the Junior Division of the Atlanta Jewish Welfare Fund. She was active in the Temple Sisterhood and Vice-President of the National Council of Jewish Women.

OHC-Jean Aronstam Cohen

Jean Aronstam Cohen (1922 - 1998) - Oral History

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