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Atlanta, Georgia
August 23 and October 3, 1989
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Isaac Joseph Glazer was born in Kobrin, Belarus (Ukraine) and his family immigrated to the United States after World War I. He studied at Emory University and became a dentist. He married Rachel Shamos and they had three children. Dr. Glazer was deeply involved in Yiddish culture and art: he wrote poetry and played the violin with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. He also studied and taught Yiddish music and literature in the community and actively promoted its renaissance as a living culture.

OHC-Isaac Joseph Glazer

Isaac Joseph Glazer (1911 - 1989) - Oral History

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