|Betsy Anne Bamberger Lesser, Interviews with Jews in Utah, Accn 998
|Accn 998, Interviews with Jews in Utah, Betsy Anne Bamberger Lesser
|Lesser, Betsy Anne Bamberger, 1922-
|Kelen, Leslie G., 1949-; Oral History Institute
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|Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States, http://sws.geonames.org/5780993
|Jews, American--Utah--Interviews; Lesser, Betsy Anne Bamberger, 1922---Interviews; Bamberger, Simon, 1847-1926; International House (Berkeley, Calif.); Jews--Social life and customs; Salt Lake City (Utah); Bamberger Railroad Company; Rowland Hall (Salt Lake City, Utah)
|Transcript (104 pages) of interview by Leslie Kelen with Betsy Lesser on January 1, 1927 for the Interviews with Jews in Utah Oral History Project.
|Betsy Lesser (b. 1922) tells Leslie Kelen about her childhood, and about her grandfather, Utah Governor Simon Bamberger. She recalls her memories of Mills College, World War II, the night of VJ Day, the Bamburger Railroad, Utah Coal Company, and the tensions between German Jews and other ethnic Jews. She also talks about segregation as she remembers it. She tells stories about family members, remembers going to high school at Rowland Hall, and talks about first hearing Hitler on the radio. Other topics include her father, Lagoon, ethnic groups in Salt Lake City, the community response to World War II, changes she has seen in Salt Lake, and her memories of International House at the University of California at Berkeley. 104 pages.
|oral histories (literary works)
|Is Part of
|Interviews with Jews in Utah collection, 1982-1988, http://archiveswest.orbiscascade.org/ark:/80444/xv70657/; Aileen H. Clyde 20th Century Women's Legacy Archive
|Niko Amaya; Halima Noor
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|Jews, American; Jews--Social life and customs; International House (Berkeley, Calif.); Utah--Salt Lake City; Bamberger Railroad Company; Rowland Hall (Salt Lake City, Utah)