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Title:
Interview with Haskell and Belle Friedman, October 31, 1981, Stoughton, Wisconsin
Collection:
Wisconsin Jewish Archives Oral Histories
Organization:
Wisconsin Historical Society
Description:
summary Susannah Starr interviews Haskell and Belle Friedman on October 31, 1981 in Stoughton, Wisconsin. Belle discusses her father's jobs as store owner, worker, newspaper stand owner. Belle also discusses the death of her mother during the Great Depression. Haskell talks about his father's saloon in Illinois, and buying a store with Belle in Stoughton. Belle and Haskell talk about Haskell's involvement in politics and their active roles in the social fabric of the community.
Identifier:
accession number WSA0146
Format:
audio
Description:
summary Susannah Starr interviews Haskell and Belle Friedman on October 31, 1981 in Stoughton, Wisconsin. Belle discusses her father's jobs as store owner, worker, newspaper stand owner. Belle also discusses the death of her mother during the Great Depression. Haskell talks about his father's saloon in Illinois, and buying a store with Belle in Stoughton. Belle and Haskell talk about Haskell's involvement in politics and their active roles in the social fabric of the community.
Language:
English
Date:
created 1981-10-31
Agent:
Interviewee Belle Friedman
Interviewer Susannah Starr
Rights Statement:
Copyright to this audio belongs to the Wisconsin Historical Society or, in certain cases, either to the individuals who created them or the organizations for which they worked. We share them here strictly for non-profit educational purposes. If you have questions related to the copyright status of material included here, please contact us at asklibrary@wisconsinhistory.org.
Publisher:
Wisconsin Historical Society
Duration:
01:09:38
Source Metadata URI:
00050266

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