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Oral History Interview with Hannah Pearl Goodman, 1978

Identifier: B098.04.0007.00005


Topics covered: Born and grew up in New York, came to Denver in 1907 with her family to be closer to her mother’s extended family, parents originally from Romania, she thought Denver was terrible because it wasn't anything like New York, went to work at the Golden Eagle, worked as a candy packer for a while filling chocolate boxes, family had a little grocery store, story of how she was set up with her husband and their wedding, living in Grand Junction and Tabernash because her husband worked for the railroad. Came back to Denver in 1937 with her husband and children. Talks about losing her husband and living in Beth Israel.


  • 1978


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1 Items (1 sound tape cassette)

Scope and Contents

From the Series:

Series 4 consists of recorded oral histories by residents of Beth Israel Home. The interviewees reflect on their experiences as either Jewish immigrants or children of immigrants to America.


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Repository Details

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