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Atlanta, Georgia
August 25, 1992
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88 pages

Natalie Cohen was born in Atlanta. Her family has deep roots in the South: her great-grandfather made shoes for Confederate soldiers in the Civil War and was one of the founders of the Temple. Ms. Cohen attended the University of California in Berkeley and remained deeply involved in alumni matters including organizing class reunions and supporting the cheerleaders and the football team. Ms. Cohen never married. She was involved in the sport of tennis for most of her adult life, serving as an umpire and referee as well as being a local, state and national champion herself. She discusses her father's activities relating to the Temple and Freemasonry and discusses her own career in government civil service.

OHC-Natalie Cohen

Natalie Cohen (1912 - 2007) - Oral History

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