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  • Nathan, Betty Weinstock – Atlanta
  • Nathan, Muriel – Ft. Valley, Georgia
  • Nathan, Sophie – Atlanta, Georgia and Birmingham, Alabama (Holocaust survivor)
  • Nemo, Carol – Atlanta
  • Netter, Hohn and Dorothy – Athens, Georgia
  • Newmark, Lewis – Atlanta
  • holes, Fred – Atlanta
  • Nikishin, Irena – Atlanta
  • Oberdorfer, Donald – Atlanta
  • Oberdorfer, Mollie – Atlanta
  • Oberdorfer, Saralyn – Atlanta
  • Orkin, Sanford – Atlanta
  • Orloff, Mollie (Dr.) – Atlanta
  • Parks, Eleanor – Atlanta
  • Parks, Sidney – Atlanta
  • Patterson, Joseph (Dr.) – Atlanta
  • Polansky, Norman and Nancy – Athens, Georgia
  • Penso, Elliot (re. Roz Cohen) – Atlanta
  • Penso, Irvin (re. Roz Cohen) – Atlanta
  • Perry, Jonathan and Amalia – Atlanta
  • Piem, Sara – Atlanta
  • Piha, Morris – Atlanta
  • Platschek, Carlos – Atlanta (Holocaust survivor)
  • Popkin, Harry – Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia
  • Powell, Jack and Edwina – Athens, Georgia
  • Pulgram, Willian – Atlanta (Holocaust survivor)

 

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Governor Ellis Arnall and Donald Oberdorfer, Jr.

Governor Ellis Arnall and Donald Oberdorfer, Jr.