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    During a 2006 classroom visit, Judith Magyar Isaacson, author and Holocaust survivor, signs her memoir “Seed of Sarah” for students in a history course about the Holocaust taught by Bates College professor Steve Hochstadt.

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    Judith and Irving Isaacson as newlyweds.

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    Judith Isaacson in August with granddaughter Kaitlin Barnett and her great-granddaughter. Her family describes her enthusiasm for her family.

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    Judith Isaacson with her mother, Rose Magyar, who is pushing Isaacson's first child, John Isaacson.

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    Judith Isaacson greets a friend, Jill Reich, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty, at Bates College.

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    Judith Isaacson taught math at Lewiston High School before becoming a computer science teacher at Bates College.

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    Holocaust survivor Judith Isaacson speaks at a Bates luncheon to celebrate the Berlin release in German of Isaacson's collection of stories, "All Who Live, Rejoice, Rejoice."

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    Judith and Irving Isaacson, who would have celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on Dec. 24.

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    Judith Magyar Isaacson, then dean of women at Bates College, confers with students in 1970.

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    Bates history Professor Steve Hochstadt hosted Judith Magyar Isaacson, author and Holocaust survivor, in his class. “It’s very important for Holocaust students to meet a survivor,” said Hochstadt, referring to Isaacson's annual visits to his Holocaust course, like this one in 2006. “And Bates students get to see what kind of survivor Judith is: a warm and humorous optimist.”

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    Judith Isaacson reads to her son, John, and daughter, Ilona.

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    Judith Magyar Isaacson, Class of '65, received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Bates in 1994.

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    Three generations of Judith Isaacson's family. Adults from left, Irving Isaacson, Judith, Robert Bell (Ilona's husband), Mark Isaacson (son), Rose Magyar (mother), Ilona Bell (daughter), John Isaacson (son), Consuelo Isaacson (John's wife). Children from left to right, Max Isaacson, Tess Isaacson, Kaitlin Bell, Noah Isaacson, Amanda Bell, Anna Isaacson and Peter Isaacson.

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