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Helen Zelkowitz and Margo Waddell discuss being Jewish in a small Protestant town, their family histories, and Margo's transition from Germany to America. They mention the rise of anti-semitism in Europe again, the Berlin Wall, and their Jewish practices, despite not having a Synagogue, a Rabbi, or access to Kosher food.
Judaism, Family History, Holocaust, Germany, Mount Vernon
Zelkowitz, Helen; Waddell, Margo; LeStage, Christina; and Feldman, Darlene, "Interview with Helen Zelkowitz and Margo Waddell" (1998). Interviews. 20.