|Bernice Frank Bernstein, Interviews with Jews in Utah, Accn 998
|Accn 998, Interviews with Jews in Utah, Bernice Frank Bernstein
|Bernstein, Bernice Frank, 1913-2009
|Kelen, Joyce A., 1949-; Oral History Institute
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|Jews, American--Utah--Interviews; Bernstein, Bernice Frank, 1913-2009--Interviews; United States--Emigration and immigration; Utah--Emigration and immigration; Voluntarism--Religious aspects--Judaism
|Transcript (34 pages) of interview by Joyce Kelen with Bernice Frank Bernstein on June 17, 1982 for the Interviews with Jews in Utah Project.
|This interview was conducted by Joyce Kelen. Mrs. Bernstein (b. 1913) talks about her parents' life in Russia, their views as young radicals, and their emigration from Russia to the United States. She discusses the tensions between Russian and German Jews in th 1920s, and details her family's situation during the Depression. She also remembers the tensions between B'nai Israel and Montefiore, World War II, Franklin D. Roosevelt, her involvement in B'nai Israel, the Jewish Family Service, and her work as a social worker. 34 pages.
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|Interviews with Jews in Utah collection, 1982-1988, http://archiveswest.orbiscascade.org/ark:/80444/xv70657/; Aileen H. Clyde 20th Century Women's Legacy Archive
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|Jews, American; Emigration and immigration; Voluntarism--Religious aspects--Judaism