[Oral history interview with Miriam Goldberg]

Goldberg, Miriam Harris, 1916-


1 audiocassette (55 min.) : analog, mono.
Miriam Goldberg (née Harris) details the history of her family, beginning with her maternal great-grandparents, Louis and Bertha (née Joseph) Cohn, German immigrants in the late 1840s. Specifics of her grandmother's family, and mother and father's family, are also included, as well as a discussion of her four children. She recounts growing up in Denver, Colo. in a Jewish family, and comments on the division between Denver's East Side and West Side Jewish communities. She talks about Temple Emanuel and Rabbi William Friedman. She discusses how her husband, Max Goldberg, became involved in publishing the Intermountain Jewish News and her continuing involvement in the newspaper following his death. Miriam Goldberg's husband, Max Goldberg, took over the Intermountain Jewish News after World War II and ran it until his death in 1972.
Miriam Harris (Mrs. Max) Goldberg had a career in communications, including publishing, writing, advertising, television, radio, and public relations. For 30 years Max Goldberg's advertising agency handled congressional, senatorial, and gubernatorial political campaigns. Mirian Goldberg was a founding member of the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame, a Colorado Press Woman of Achievement and a National Press Woman runner-up. She took over as editor and publisher of the Intermountain Jewish News after her husband's death.
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Duration: 55 min.
Interviewer: Jeanne Abrams.
Conducted July 15, 1982, Denver, Colo.
Digital reproduction Denver, Colo. : Penrose Library, University of Denver, 2006 User system requirements: Computer with graphical browser and audio player software Streamed 11.025 kHz sample rate, 16 Kbits/sec. data rate Both derived from an audio master digitized at 44.1 kHz, 24 bits per sample, mono. from an analog audiocassette Digitized by Safe Sound Archive, Philadelphia; 2006 Equipment: Nakamichi Dragon Cassette Deck (playback machine); Prism Sound Dream ADA-8XR multi-channel 24bit/192kHz AD/DA converter; Intel Celeron 1.8 GHz/224 MB RAM PCs with FireWire hard drive and M-Audio Delta Audiophile internal sound card; external FireWire hard drive Software: Steinberg WaveLab 4.01b Audio Editing and Mastering Software Sound files: DUbaoh-gen096Goldberg.sideA.wav; DUbaoh-gen096Goldberg.sideB.wav For rights statement see: http://www.penlib.du.edu/about/collections/specialcollections/copyri.cfm.

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