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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
June 27 and July 3 and 11, 1991
Tapes/transcripts
97 pages
Feldman Emanuel OHC.JPG

Rabbi Feldman is descended from a family of generations of rabbis. His father is a Polish Jew and a rabbi, now (2000) living in Jerusalem. Rabbi Feldman came with his family to the United States in 1927. He met and married his wife, Estelle, in 1952 and they had five children. His sons all became rabbis and his daughters are all married to rabbis. Rabbi Feldman, recently retired, was rabbi of Congregation Beth Jacob since 1952, Atlanta's Orthodox community. He is the former vice-president of the Rabbinical Council of America and has served on the Bet-Din (Rabbinical Court). He received his rabbinical education from Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore, a masters from Johns Hopkins University and a Ph.D. from Emory University. He serves as a visiting lecturer at Bar Ilan University in Israel and has written three books and numerous articles. Rabbi Feldman recounts the growth of Orthodox Judaism in Atlanta from the 1960s on and recounts the issues surrounding the creation of the first Jewish day school in Atlanta. His son, Rabbi Ilan Feldman, is now the rabbi of Congregation Beth Jacob.

OHC-Emanuel Feldman (Rabbi)

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