Konnilyn G. Feig
Selma (Wolf) Black, born in 1916, grew up on Munjoy Hill and graduated from Portland High School in 1932. She earned her law degree in 1937 and subsequently opened her own law firm. She was very active in the Portland community and took on leadership roles in both Jewish and non-Jewish organizations. She helped create the Refugee Program.
She and her husband, Louis have two children, Scott and Barbara.
She was interviewed September 30, 1976 at the Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences, University of Maine, Portland.
Portland, Maine : The Jewish Federation of Southern Maine, 1977
Portland, Cumberland, Maine, USA
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Black, Selma Frances Wolf, "Mrs. Louis (Selma) Black" (1976). Portraits of the Past: The Jewish Bicentennial Oral History Program. 4.
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