ROSALIE BRAVERMAN (1910- )
ORAL HISTORY AND ASSOCIATED PAPERS, 1996 and undated
0.25 linear inches and
ACQUISITION: The papers (donor no. 361) were donated by Rosalie Braverman in 1996.
ACCESS: The oral history and associated papers are open for research.
AUDIOVISUAL: One audiocassette shelved in audiocassette collection (AC324).
has been transferred to the
PHOTOGRAPHS: In folder 1.
PROCESSED BY: Rachel Bohlmann, 1996.
wife, mother, clubwoman and community worker, was born in
Scope and Content Note
The Rosalie Braverman oral history was taped on June 19, 1996, when Rachel Bohlmann interviewed Rosalie Braverman in Braverman's Iowa City home. The history was recorded on audio tape and is just under one hour in length. No transcript exists.
interview provides an oral record of one woman's life as a Jewish immigrant in
A short story written by Rosalie Braverman is also available in the Archives.
Interview Table of Contents (with counter numbers):
#000-146 Emigration from
146-404 Student life and marriage
405-439 Hillel and Jewish fraternities and sororities
440-456 Anti-Semitism and segregation
#000-040 Anti-Semitism and segregation (cont.)
041-074 Women's Club of
074-164 Jewish organizations
164-193 Housework and family business
193-218 Jewish religious observations
219-267 Jewish community in
267-289 Braverman's mother's Shabbat silver
Folder 1 Short
story, photographs, 1996 and undated
Oral history, 1996 [shelved in audiocassette collection: AC324]
Videocassette [shelved in videocassette collection: V212]
Folder 2 “Youthful Journeys in Poland and Germany”