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An interview with Lucille Friedman
Friedman, Lucille 1894-
An interview with Lucil...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0002 FRI
 
Title An interview with Lucille Friedman
Creator Friedman, Lucille 1894-
Description [This oral history interview was conducted by Miriam Breckenridge in July 1977., Lucile Friedman discusses the Friedman family history; Lucile's father, Simon Moses Friedman and his cousin S. J. Friedman, who came to America together from Germany; her father's early work experiences with livestock and his arrival in the Hailey area with a band of sheep circa 1886; mention of Frank and Fred Gooding and other sheep ranchers; mention of her father's return to Germany to persuade her mother to marry and move to America; mentions Dot Allen, prostitution, and the Red Light District on River St. in Hailey, ID; father's decision to sell the sheepherding business and purchase a grocery store in Hailey, ID (originally the Williams and Walker Grocery); Guyer Hot Springs; horse riding; sage hens on the Camas Prairie; brief discussion of sheep herding/ranching lifestyle; mother contracting typhoid fever story; sheepherding familiies that camped in Hailey; discussion of Lucile's career teaching; the family purchase of the Hiawatha Hotel (formerly the Alturas Hotel); the eventual sale of the Hiawatha Hotel ca. 1945; Hailey Hot Springs resort; early Hailey businesses including Chinese businesses; discussion of Chinese presence in China Gardens, Hailey, ID, 1880s.; and Fox and Ensign families. Edited by Miram Breckenridge and Judith G. Johnson, transcribed by Maida Spaulding and Jane Chesley.]
Identifier OH 0002 FRI
An interview with Lucille Friedman
Friedman, Lucille 1894-
An interview with Lucil...
Oral history sound reco...
OH 0002 FRI
 
Title An interview with Lucille Friedman
Creator Friedman, Lucille 1894-
Description [This oral history interview was conducted by Miriam Breckenridge in July 1977., Lucile Friedman discusses the Friedman family history; Lucile's father, Simon Moses Friedman and his cousin S. J. Friedman, who came to America together from Germany; her father's early work experiences with livestock and his arrival in the Hailey area with a band of sheep circa 1886; mention of Frank and Fred Gooding and other sheep ranchers; mention of her father's return to Germany to persuade her mother to marry and move to America; mentions Dot Allen, prostitution, and the Red Light District on River St. in Hailey, ID; father's decision to sell the sheepherding business and purchase a grocery store in Hailey, ID (originally the Williams and Walker Grocery); Guyer Hot Springs; horse riding; sage hens on the Camas Prairie; brief discussion of sheep herding/ranching lifestyle; mother contracting typhoid fever story; sheepherding familiies that camped in Hailey; discussion of Lucile's career teaching; the family purchase of the Hiawatha Hotel (formerly the Alturas Hotel); the eventual sale of the Hiawatha Hotel ca. 1945; Hailey Hot Springs resort; early Hailey businesses including Chinese businesses; discussion of Chinese presence in China Gardens, Hailey, ID, 1880s.; and Fox and Ensign families. Edited by Miram Breckenridge and Judith G. Johnson, transcribed by Maida Spaulding and Jane Chesley.]
Identifier OH 0002 FRI
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