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Lucile Friedman Oral History: as narrated to Teresa Bergin.
Friedman, Lucile, 190?.
Lucile Friedman Oral Hi...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0031 FRI
 
Title Lucile Friedman Oral History: as narrated to Teresa Bergin.
Creator Friedman, Lucile, 190?.
Description [The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents., This exciting history has a little of everything. Great stories about the Chinese in Hailey and the close relationship the Friedmans family had with them. Tales of the Red light district, bootlegging, and gambling, gives one a great outlook on what it was like back then. The Friedman family had a general store in Hailey and Lucile worked at the Hiawatha Hotel. Topics of discussion include: the Hailey family; Chinese places along River Street in Hailey; Chinese launderers; growing vegetables in China Gardens area of Hailey; Chineese cooks and wood choppers in Hailey; Dot Allen and the River Street red light district; visitors to the Hiawatha Hotel during Prohibition and the jars of alcohol they brought with them that they called "fruit juice"; some stories of Lucile's family coming to the US; native Americans on the Friedman homestead in the early days; Lucile's father's store in Hailey; memories of T. E. Picotte in Hailey; mention of Dr. Fox.]
Identifier OH 0031 FRI
Lucile Friedman Oral History: as narrated to Teresa Bergin.
Friedman, Lucile, 190?.
Lucile Friedman Oral Hi...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0031 FRI
 
Title Lucile Friedman Oral History: as narrated to Teresa Bergin.
Creator Friedman, Lucile, 190?.
Description [The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents., This exciting history has a little of everything. Great stories about the Chinese in Hailey and the close relationship the Friedmans family had with them. Tales of the Red light district, bootlegging, and gambling, gives one a great outlook on what it was like back then. The Friedman family had a general store in Hailey and Lucile worked at the Hiawatha Hotel. Topics of discussion include: the Hailey family; Chinese places along River Street in Hailey; Chinese launderers; growing vegetables in China Gardens area of Hailey; Chineese cooks and wood choppers in Hailey; Dot Allen and the River Street red light district; visitors to the Hiawatha Hotel during Prohibition and the jars of alcohol they brought with them that they called "fruit juice"; some stories of Lucile's family coming to the US; native Americans on the Friedman homestead in the early days; Lucile's father's store in Hailey; memories of T. E. Picotte in Hailey; mention of Dr. Fox.]
Identifier OH 0031 FRI
An interview with Victor Otazua
Otazua, Victor, 1934-
An interview with Victo...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0014 OTA
 
Title An interview with Victor Otazua
Creator Otazua, Victor, 1934-
Description [The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents. This oral history interview was conducted by Miriam Breckenridge; and edited by Miriam Breckenridge, Judy Johnson, Sandra Hofferber, Shirley Huckins, and Clara Spiegel; and transcribed by Claudia Walsworth., This Oral History tells about the Basques coming to Idaho and why they came and why they stayed and their customs and how they tended the sheep. Topics of discussion include: coming to America from the old country; learning the sheep herding trade; the Basque influx; why the basques became sheep herders; sheep predators; sheep camp; social life of sheep herders; changing Spanish political and economic conditions; Basques and music; Basque food; Basque Christmas; Basque games; the decline of the sheep business; shearing sheep; and hualing water to shhep on the range., Transcription index reads as follows: 1890 12; 1940 7; 1948 7-8; 1951 2, 7, 8, 10, 22, 27; 1954 10; 1956 22; 1957 23; 1959 53; 1960 22, 24, 26, 53; 1963 24; 1968 24; Arco, ID 23; Australia 11; Basque 1-2, 6-14, 25-26, 28-43; Basque, dances 28, 31-32; Basque, food 3-4, 32-36; Basque, games 39-42; Basque, music 28-32, 42-43; Blair, James (Jim) 22; Breckenridge, JKatherine (Katy) 34; Bureau of Land Management 46-47; California 8, 23, 34; Castleford, ID 45; Cavenaugh 45; Christmas 36-37; desert 5, 6, 20, 50; Easter 36; employment, dairy 3, 33-34; employment, mill work 27; employment, farming 2; Episcopal Church 37; France 11, 44; Fresno, CA 12; Gondiaga 45; Hagerman, ID 45; Hanson, Ray 45; hauling hay 22; hauling water 52-53; horses 4, 17; Idaho State Fish and Game 16; Idaho 1, 8, 44-45; Kentucky 48; L. L. Breckenridge Company 22, 23, 38, 43, 46; Little, James (Jim) 23; Lombard, Ernest 45; Lyons 45; Mahan, John (JOhnny) 45; monetary exchange rate 26; Morris 45; Morrison 45; Nevada 8, Noh, Laird 45; Ornapa 45; Otazua, Ambrosio 9, 27; Otazua, John 2; Otazua, Paul 2, 5, 9, 10; pack string 17; Pagera 51; Philips 45; poisin 15-16; predators, 15-17; predators, bear 15; predators, dogs 48-49; predators, cats 15; predators, coyote 15, 46-47; Pyrenees Mountains, Spain 44; Rock Springs, Wyoming 5, 14; Roman Catholic Church 37-39; Rupert, ID 2; Speep, camp 17-21; sheep, herding 4-7, 13-15; sheep, lambing 21-22, 43; sheep, rock monuments 6; sheep, shearing 50-52; Shoshone, ID 23, 45; Smith, Sidney (Sid) 23; Snake River canyon, ID 29-30; Three King's Day 37; U. S. Forest Service 46-47; U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service 16; Venezuela 11; Waite 51, wildlife, deer 18; wildlife, elk.]
Identifier OH 0014 OTA
An interview with Victor Otazua
Otazua, Victor, 1934-
An interview with Victo...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0014 OTA
 
Title An interview with Victor Otazua
Creator Otazua, Victor, 1934-
Description [The Oral History Collection consists of taped interviews of long-time residents. This oral history interview was conducted by Miriam Breckenridge; and edited by Miriam Breckenridge, Judy Johnson, Sandra Hofferber, Shirley Huckins, and Clara Spiegel; and transcribed by Claudia Walsworth., This Oral History tells about the Basques coming to Idaho and why they came and why they stayed and their customs and how they tended the sheep. Topics of discussion include: coming to America from the old country; learning the sheep herding trade; the Basque influx; why the basques became sheep herders; sheep predators; sheep camp; social life of sheep herders; changing Spanish political and economic conditions; Basques and music; Basque food; Basque Christmas; Basque games; the decline of the sheep business; shearing sheep; and hualing water to shhep on the range., Transcription index reads as follows: 1890 12; 1940 7; 1948 7-8; 1951 2, 7, 8, 10, 22, 27; 1954 10; 1956 22; 1957 23; 1959 53; 1960 22, 24, 26, 53; 1963 24; 1968 24; Arco, ID 23; Australia 11; Basque 1-2, 6-14, 25-26, 28-43; Basque, dances 28, 31-32; Basque, food 3-4, 32-36; Basque, games 39-42; Basque, music 28-32, 42-43; Blair, James (Jim) 22; Breckenridge, JKatherine (Katy) 34; Bureau of Land Management 46-47; California 8, 23, 34; Castleford, ID 45; Cavenaugh 45; Christmas 36-37; desert 5, 6, 20, 50; Easter 36; employment, dairy 3, 33-34; employment, mill work 27; employment, farming 2; Episcopal Church 37; France 11, 44; Fresno, CA 12; Gondiaga 45; Hagerman, ID 45; Hanson, Ray 45; hauling hay 22; hauling water 52-53; horses 4, 17; Idaho State Fish and Game 16; Idaho 1, 8, 44-45; Kentucky 48; L. L. Breckenridge Company 22, 23, 38, 43, 46; Little, James (Jim) 23; Lombard, Ernest 45; Lyons 45; Mahan, John (JOhnny) 45; monetary exchange rate 26; Morris 45; Morrison 45; Nevada 8, Noh, Laird 45; Ornapa 45; Otazua, Ambrosio 9, 27; Otazua, John 2; Otazua, Paul 2, 5, 9, 10; pack string 17; Pagera 51; Philips 45; poisin 15-16; predators, 15-17; predators, bear 15; predators, dogs 48-49; predators, cats 15; predators, coyote 15, 46-47; Pyrenees Mountains, Spain 44; Rock Springs, Wyoming 5, 14; Roman Catholic Church 37-39; Rupert, ID 2; Speep, camp 17-21; sheep, herding 4-7, 13-15; sheep, lambing 21-22, 43; sheep, rock monuments 6; sheep, shearing 50-52; Shoshone, ID 23, 45; Smith, Sidney (Sid) 23; Snake River canyon, ID 29-30; Three King's Day 37; U. S. Forest Service 46-47; U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service 16; Venezuela 11; Waite 51, wildlife, deer 18; wildlife, elk.]
Identifier OH 0014 OTA
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