|Esther Norma Rosenblatt Landa, Salt Lake City, Utah: an interview by Floyd O'Neil and Hynda Rudd, December 26, 1972
|Esther Norma Rosenblatt Landa
|Landa, Esther Norma Rosenblatt, 1912-2014
|O'Neil, Floyd A.; Rudd, Hynda
|Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
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|Landa, Esther Norma Rosenblatt, 1912-2014--Interviews; Jews--Utah--Interviews; Synagogues--Utah--History; Judaism--Utah; Public schools--Utah; Rosenblatt family
|Transcript (31 pages) of an interview by Floyd O'Neil and Hynda Rudd with Esther Norma Rosenblatt Landa on December 26, 1972. From tape number H-16 in the Jewish Oral History Project
|Mrs. Landa (b. 1912) recalls various places in Salt Lake City that she lived in as a child, Wasatch elementary school, Jewish friends and congregations, family business, attending Uintah elementary, high school and Mills College, family gatherings, and involvement in civic affairs. She details the Rosenblatt family tree.
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