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1940-1959
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Hill Bermont is a Holocaust survivor who immigrated to the United States from Vienna, Austria in 1939. He settled in Atlanta where he opened a dance studio and directed local theatre. He later moved to Athens, Georgia where he was employed as the Executive Producer for the public television station of the University of Georgia. The collection consists of photocopy of a scrapbook with clippings and memorabilia from Hill Bermont's career as a dance instructor, the owner of a studio at the Georgia Conservatory and Music Center, and as an actor. Arranged in chronological order.

03-007 V/F B

Hill Bermont Papers

11 Related Subjects

Bermont, Hill H. (Hans Blum), 1912-2009


Emigration and Immigration


Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)


Ballet
Dancing

Georgia Conservatory of Music (Atlanta, Ga.)
Music--Instruction and Study

Dance Schools


Dancers


Dancing


Acting


Actors


Southern Ballet of Atlanta (Atlanta, Ga.)
Dance Schools

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