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Atlanta, Georgia
February 2, 1992
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78 pages

Eleonora Cadranel Galanti was born in Bodrum, Turkey in 1910. At the age of 15 she moved to the island of Rhodes to take advantage of a better education. She was married in 1929 to Nace Galanti and moved to Atlanta, Georgia. She was an active volunteer for Congregation Or VeShalom and Hadassah.

OHC-Eleonora Cadranel Galanti

Eleonora Cadranel Galanti (1910 - ) - Oral History

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Depression - United States - 1929


French Language
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Cohen, Joseph I. (Rabbi) (1896 - 1985)
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Judaism - Fasts and Feasts


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Jews, Russian


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Murder Victims


Russia


Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)


Sephardim


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Ladino Language
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Intermarriage


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