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Meyer Arnovitch


Aronovitch, Meyer. (Aranovitch, Mayor; Aromovich; Aronovitz); b. July 5, 1914, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Never in Spain; Father Solomon Aronovitch, Mother Nate B. Aronovitch; Single; Writer; CP 1937; Received Passport# 374274 (36782) on March 12, 1937 which listed his address as 2890 West 21st Street, Brooklyn, New York, Among a group of seven volunteers who were refused permission to disembark by French authorities due to a lack of funds, the group included:  Abraham Bernard, Albert Clarence Hofmann, Herbert Frank Hofmann, Willliam Lux, Oscar O’Neil, and Victor Samulis; All had their passports taken up after returning to the US; Returned to the US on  April 10, 1937 aboard the President Roosevelt.

Source: Sail; SACB; Cadre; USSDA/321/342/351/352/359; Ancestry.

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Last Name Arnovitch
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