|Laura Young Wells: Subject is Samuel Newhouse, Salt Lake City, Utah: an interview by Hynda Rudd, July 19, 1977
|Laura Young Wells on Samuel Newhouse
|Wells, Laura Young, 1912-1997
|Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
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|Wells, Laura Young, 1912-1997--Interviews; Newhouse, Samuel, 1853-1930; Businessmen--Utah--Salt Lake City--Interviews; Jews--Utah--Salt Lake City
|Transcript (34 pages) of an interview by Hynda Rudd with Laura Young Wells on her recollections of Samuel Newhouse on July 19, 1977. From tape number H-35 in the Jewish Oral History Project
|Mrs. Wells recalls the life of Samuel Newhouse, including his mining interests, the McCune railroads, his business buildings, and his eventual bankruptcy. She also recalls Ida Newhouse, her life in English court society, her jewels, and her home on South Temple.
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