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Atlanta, Georgia
June 12, 1992
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34 pages
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Emily Benbenisty Amato was born in Atlanta but her parents came from the island of Rhodes. She married Jack Amato. Emily Amato recalls life in the Sephardic culture of Atlanta in its early years. She was active in the Or VeShalom synagogue.

OHC-Emily Benvenisty Amato

Emily Benvenisty Amato - Oral History

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