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Oral history interview with Iona Isaakievich Kesel'brener and Klara Mikhailovna Kesel'brener

Oral History | Accession Number: 2009.103.18 | RG Number: RG-50.632.0018

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Iona Isakievich Kesel’brener (born in 1947 in Tulchin, Ukraine) and Klara Mikhailovna Kesel’brener (born in 1957 in Tulchin, Ukraine) describe Jewish traditions surrounding the births of boys, after which cakes were baked and given to children; the celebration of Hanukkah in December and how money was given to children and latkes were made from buckwheat flour; the lighting of candles on Saturday; the importance of having faith in God; her parents who were religious and spoke both Russian and Yiddish; and the cooking done for Purim, for which they baked cakes with poppy seeds.

Interviewee
Klara M. Kesel'brener
Iona I. Kesel'brener
Date
2005 July 16  (interview)
Extent
1 digital file : MP3.
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