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Atlanta, Georgia
December 2, 1990 and January 7, 1991
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Sidney Feldman was born in Brest Litovsk, Poland (now Belarus) in 1921. He came with his family to Atlanta in 1929 as a child. He was one of four children. He was educated at Columbia University in New York and became a co-owner (with his uncle, Max London) of a scrap metal company. He was active in community service including the Atlanta Jewish Federation, Atlanta Jewish Community Center, Greenfield Hebrew Academy, and the William Breman Jewish Home. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Morehouse University School of Medicine. He recalls the early days of the Jewish Progressive Club and his service in World War II.

OHC-Sidney Feldman

Sidney Feldman (1921 - ) - Oral History

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