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Atlanta, Georgia
March 4, 1992
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Lydia Sarda Amiel was born into the Sephardic community of Jews in Cairo, Egypt and came to the United States in 1939. She married Ralph Amiel and they two children: Ralph and Anita (Zimmer). She discusses the growth of the Sephardic community in Atlanta from a tiny nucleus into the modern Or VeShalom Congregation and the key personalities in that growth. Her in-laws, Rebecca and Raphael Amiel, were the first Sephardic families in Atlanta.

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Lydia Sarda Amiel (1913 - ) - Oral History

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