Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Recording of Arnold Sky speaking at a BMH study group about his upbringing in Chugwater, WY. Includes questions form the audience.
Dates: 1979 June 24
Abstract The Sky family from Chugwater, Wyoming pose with their friends the Cotton family from California. Back row left to right Effie Cotton, Clara Sky, Fern Cotton, Louis Sky, and Arnold Sky and front row left to right Mary Cotton and Edna Cotton.
Dates: between 1945-1950
Abstract Yiddish-speaking homesteaders from Eastern Europe settled in this remote prairie town in response to free land and a dream of life on the farm. Thirty-one families eventually formed a tight-knit community and organized the Chugwater Yiddishe School, a one-room schoolhouse. Most Jews eventually left, but a few families stayed until the 1930s.
Abstract Clara Sky and Arnold Sky standing in front of the home on their ranch in Chugwater, Wyoming. Arnold holds a bucket to feed a calf as Clara and their dog Shep look on in the background.
Dates: circa 1918
Abstract Frieda Marcus describes life in the Jewish settlement in Chugwater, Wyoming, circa 1912. This recording is a family conversation rather than a formal interview.
Dates: 1977 September