|Dora Steres, Salt Lake City, Utah: an interview by Floyd A. O'Neil, June 7, 1982
|Steres, Dora, 1898-1984
|O'Neil, Floyd A.
|Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States; Russia
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|Steres, Dora, 1898-1984--Interviews; Jews--Utah--Interviews; Synagogues--Utah--History; Judaism--Utah; Jews, Russian; Immigrants--Utah
|Transcript (66 pages) of an interview by Floyd O'Neil with Dora Steres on June 7, 1982. From tapes H-36 and H-37 in the Jewish Oral History Project
|Mrs. Steres (b. 1898) recalls life in Czarist Russia and talks about her father's emigration in 1902, about emigrating through Ellis Island with her mother and siblings in 1905, life in Vernal, the move to Salt Lake City in 1914, holidays, Jewish congregations, and people in Salt Lake.
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|Jews--Interviews; Jews, Russian; Judaism; Synagogues; Immigrants
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