Fisher on the campus of Ohio State University
June 1, 1929
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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