|Mrs. Eva Siegel, Salt Lake City, Utah: an interview by Ralph DeRose and Hynda Rudd, August 22, 1972
|Siegel, Eva, 1906-2009
|DeRose, Ralph; Rudd, Hynda
|Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States; Gunnison, Sanpete County, Utah, United States; Richfield, Sevier County, Utah, United States; Russia
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|Siegel, Eva, 1906-2009--Interviews; Jews--Utah--Interviews; Judaism--Utah; Jews, Russian; Immigrants--Utah
|Transcript (39 pages) of an interview by Ralph DeRose and Hynda Rudd with Eva Siegel on August 22, 1972. From tape number H-7 in the Jewish Oral History Project
|Mrs. Siegel (b. 1907) relates how her parents emigrated from Russia to New York City in 1904, and from there to Utah. She recalls living in several small towns in Central Utah, and talks about her father's stores in Gunnison and Richfield, the move to Salt Lake, Jewish friends in Salt Lake in the 1920s, Jewish community organizations, and attending college at Berkeley.
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