MEMORIES OF EUROPE, PRIOR
By the Kottler sisters;
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1 like, see, and he would take
it to the market.
2 There was a market on certain days in the
3 little town; what was it?
4 FREEDA HURWITZ: Danilovich (Dunilovitz)
5 BEA WEINBERG: Danilovich it was called.
6 SYLVIA LEVINSON: And that was the closest
7 little town to you?
8 BEA WEINBERG: Yes. Yes.
9 FREEDA HURWITZ: Yes.
10 SYLVIA LEVINSON: So when you are talking
11 about little, how many people lived there? Was
12 it like a --
13 FREEDA HURWITZ: Like a village.
14 BEA WEINBERG: I wouldn't say, because I
15 don't know, and I wouldn't want to speak as to
16 how many.
17 FREEDA HURWITZ: It wasn't as big as
18 maybe, maybe as big as Lebanon or those little
19 places around.
20 BEA WEINBERG: Well, we don't know how
21 big Lebanon is.
22 SYLVIA LEVINSON: But it was where the
23 farmers would bring their --
24 BEA WEINBERG: It was small. It is what
25 you call, what is known in Yiddish literature as
1 a shtetl.
2 FREEDA HURWITZ: Yes, a shtetl. There
3 were a lot of Jewish people there, a lot of
4 Jewish people.
5 SYLVIA LEVINSON: About how far would you
6 imagine your --
7 BEA WEINBERG: I would say twenty miles.
8 SYLVIA LEVINSON: About twenty miles from
10 BEA WEINBERG: Yes.
11 SYLVIA LEVINSON: And then he would sell
12 the milk?
13 BEA WEINBERG: He would sell the milk and
14 bring the money. And we had I don't know how
15 many cows, a lot of cows and sheep and geese;
16 not ducks much because we didn't have any water
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