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Klein Family Papers

Min and Al Klein were prominent in both the Jewish and military communities in Greensboro during World War II. Together they served as coordinators for the soldiers’ lounge at Temple Emanuel, were two of the founders of the Greensboro USO, and hosted Jewish soldiers at their house for dinner every Sunday night. Min also volunteered for the Jewish chaplains at the ORD.

Only selected items from this collection were digitized for this project. They include several documents that highlight Min Klein’s involvement in supporting servicemen and women in Greensboro during World War II.  The 1994 reminiscence that she wrote for Ned Harrison, featured elsewhere on this website, goes into detail about World War II Greensboro and her and her husband’s involvement.

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