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Fisher on the campus of Ohio State University

June 1, 1929

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Fisher outside of his fraternity house in Columbus, Ohio, 1929. Because he was Jewish, Fisher was barred from many fraternities but joined Alpha Epsilon chapter of Phi Beta Delta, a nonsectarian fraternity whose members were primarily Jewish. It was his first exposure to Jews, but he was the only rural boy among his new urban fraternity brothers. Says Fisher: "They had a style I didn't have. It was hard for me to get adjusted."
Credit: Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation

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Fisher outside of his fraternity house in Columbus, Ohio, 1929.
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