Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Petti, a restaurateur, was born in Spokane, Washington in 1916. She married Henry Thiele, the restaurant owner, and later after his death married August Petti. In the interview she discusses Portland restaurants, in particular Henry Theiles restaurant, the depression, Kaiser Shipyards, and her marriages to both Thiele and Petti
University of Denver - Penrose Library
"Desperation meets circumstance when a man is forced to do all his best to save the family business. After 35 years of community service, Slappy Ray Johnson, a fiery and disgruntle barbecue restaurant owner in the Crenshaw District of South Central Los Angeles learns he owes the IRA $10,000 in back taxes. If he doesn't pay within the next 15 days he'll lose the business. Slappy and his jailbird son, Rollo, must think of fast and creative ways to raise money. Rollo decides to go back to his old ways, selling drugs, but after Slappy discovers the secret and confronts him about stashing drugs in the restaurant. A police officer walks in-- then all hell breaks loose"--Attached registration form
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Diamonstein interviews Kreindler, owner of the New York restaurant 21, concerning his interest in Frederic Remington, Kreindler's life, and famous people he has known