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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
September 22 and 24, 1986
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78 pages
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Ethel Aaronson Copelan was born and raised in New England. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work. She married Matthew Copelan, a structural steel engineer, and had one daughter, Ruth Copelan Geller. She came to Atlanta in 1944 as Director of the Jewish Children's Service where she remained for 17 years, retiring in 1962. She discusses her involvement in the placement of refugee children during World War II.

OHC-Ethel Aaronson Copelan

Ethel Aaronson Copelan (1893 - ) - Oral History

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