Re: President Robert E. Lee
It would be fun to watch. But I don't think Jews in the South had as much difficulty being accepted in those days as they did in the North. For many years my mother worked for Ben Millender on the square in Marietta, at Millender's. He was a good friend to us. There were also Levy's and, I think, Epstein's department stores on the square.
A couple of years ago aa gentleman named Moses had an article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding his ancestors in the WTBS. There were, if memory serves, five brothers in the Confederate Army from the Moses family. One was a quartermaster for a division or corps. He was a Colonel, I think. Since Thursday I'm 72, and you know those senior moments. Stan