Jewish Heritage Collection: Oral History Interview with Carolee Rosen Fox
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- Jewish Heritage Collection: Oral History Interview with Carolee Rosen Fox
- Fox, Carolee Rosen, 1930-2009
- Carolee Rosen Fox, born and raised in Asheville, North Carolina, relates some of her Charleston family history. Her maternal great-grandparents, Caroline Goldstein and Isaac Belitzer, lived at 344 East Bay Street in Charleston, South Carolina. Carolee describes the home, known as the John Falls Walker House. It was passed down in the family to her great-aunt Gertrude Belitzer who, in turn, left it to the interviewee’s mother, Selina Leidloff, daughter of Blanche Belitzer and photographer Herman Leidloff. The house, featured in the Historic American Building Survey collection in the Library of Congress, was torn down in 1961. Carolee briefly discusses how her mother, Selina, met her father, Abe Rosen, a New York dress manufacturer.
- Collection Title:
- Jewish Heritage Collection Oral Histories
- Contributing Institution:
- College of Charleston Libraries
- Media Type:
- Oral Histories
- Preferred Citation:
- Carolee Rosen Fox, audio interview by Michael Samuel Grossman, 7 August 1997, Mss 1035-160, Special Collections, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, USA.
- Topical Subject:
- Historic buildings--South Carolina--Charleston and Jews--South Carolina--Charleston--Interviews
- Geographic Subject:
- South Carolina
- S.C. County:
- Charleston County (S.C.)
- Shelving Locator:
- Mss 1035-160
- Date Digital:
- Digitization Specifications:
- Mp3 derivative audio created with Audacity software. Archival masters are wav files.
- Internet Media Type:
- Copyright Status Statement:
- Copyright © College of Charleston Libraries.
- Access Statement:
- All rights reserved.
- Access Information:
- For more information contact Special Collections, Addlestone Library, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC 29424.
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