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Audio/Visual
Atlanta, Georgia
October, 1990
Tapes/transcripts
16 pages

Rose Libowsky (Klein) grew up in a socialist Jewish family in Atlanta. She recalls the activities of the Workmen's Circle and going to the Workmen's Circle School.

OHC-Rose Libowsky Klein

Rose Libowsky Klein - Oral History

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