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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
March 31, 1992
Tapes/transcripts
47 pages
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Solomon (Sol) Beton's parents were Sephardic Jews who were born in Rhodes and immigrated to Montgomery, Alabama in the early 1900s. His father had a shoe repair shop. Sol married Rose Habib from Atlanta and moved to that city, followed by his parents. He attended the Atlanta College of Art. Sol Beton is an artist and he discusses Sephardic art, history, music, literature, language, liturgy, and cooking. He discusses his childhood years, his neighborhood, activities, and friends and relationships between the varous Jewish identities in Atlanta.

OHC-Solomon (Sol) Beton

Solomon (Sol) Beton (1921 - 1997) - Oral History

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