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Atlanta, Georgia
February, 2000
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Betsy Cohen Baker is a community activist and volunteer in the arts and Jewish community. She worked for the City of Atlanta under Mayor Andrew Young and served as one of the directors for the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996. She reflects on growing up in a small Southern town. She married David Samuel Baker, an attorney, and moved to Atlanta in 1965, where she became active at the Temple and in major Jewish organizations. She also developed the first audiology clinic at Gracy Hospital. She participated in an Interfaith Task Force. She discusses the Olympic Games and the bombing in Centennial Olympic Park.

OHC-Betsy Cohen Baker

Betsy Cohen Baker (1938 - ) - Oral History

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Antisemitism


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Wisconsin


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