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Atlanta, Georgia
August 2, 1989
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Edith Levy Elsas was born in New York City, but grew up in New Rochelle, New York. She attended Wellesley College at the age of 16, where she met and married Herbert R. Elsas during her senior year in 1933. They had two sons. Her family was active in the Reform movement. She worked for the YWCA, the National Council of Jewish Women, and the Child Services Association for a number of years and still has strong ties with Wellesley.

OHC-Edith Levy Elsas

Edith Levy Elsas (1914 - ) - Oral History

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