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Browsing items in: Polish-Jewish Relations in Milwaukee Oral History Project

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    • Oral History Interview with Allen Goldmann, June 28, 1990

    • 1990-06-28
    • "Mr. Allen Goldmann was born and spent the first year of his life on the Polish South Side of Milwaukee. He is the grandson of Abraham Goldmann and the son of Leo, who were co-founders of Goldmann's department store on Mitchell Street. Both Abraham...
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    • Oral History Interview with Claire Krom, June 25, 1990

    • 1990-06-25
    • "Mr. Claire Krom was born in north central Wisconsin. His father, Louis Krom, immigrated to Wisconsin from Lithuania around the turn of the century. Many members of the Krom family were already living in Wisconsin. Louis Krom choose to settle in...
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    • Oral History Interview with Edward Stein, July 9, 1990

    • 1990-07-09
    • “Mr. Edward Stein was born on the Polish South Side of Milwaukee to Jewish immigrant parents in 1905. His father, Max Stein came from Russia, his mother from Rumania. Upon arriving in Milwaukee Max Stein founded a furniture business with the name...
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    • Oral History Interview with Howard Weinshel, July 9, 1990

    • 1990-07-09
    • "Mr. Howard Weinshel was born in 1904 in a village in Russian Poland. His father was 'middle class' as he dealt in livestock. Mr. Weinshel's place of birth was a classic shtetl as 90% of the population was Jewish. Citing Polish anti-Semitism as the...
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    • Oral History Interview with Jules Levin, September 3, 1990

    • 1990-09-03
    • “Dr. Jules Levin was born in 1910 to Jewish immigrant parents in a farming community in Milwaukee county. Both of his parents came from a multi-ethnic area of White Russia and knew both Polish and Russian upon their arrival in the United States....
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    • Oral History Interview with Max Karl, June 29, 1990

    • 1990-06-29
    • “Mr. Max Karl was born within view of the Polish Basilica in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Jewish immigrant parents in 1910. Mr. Karl's father, Louis Karl arrived from Russian Poland in 1898 and opened a dry goods store on the Polish South Side of...
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    • Oral History Interview with Minnie Friedman, June 19, 1990

    • 1990-06-19
    • “Mrs. Minnie Friedman was born over a dry goods store in the Polish South side of Milwaukee to Jewish immigrant parents in 1905. Her father, Louis Karl arrived in Milwaukee in 1898 from a shtetl on the Russian-Austrian border. Her mother came from...
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