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Eva and Sophia: Two Strong Women from Odessa

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Juliet Grossman

on 7 June 2014

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Transcript of Eva and Sophia: Two Strong Women from Odessa

Eva and Sophia: Two Strong Women from Odessa
By Eva Grossman

Shtetl: a small Jewish town or village in Eastern Europe
Eva's grandparents' headstones, East LA
Sophia Stelmakher with
her husband and son
Sophia's
family
Eva Grossman (seated, far right)
with her husband Sam, standing
Pogrom: an organized
massacre of an ethnic
group, particularly Jews
Eva and Sam on the
steps of their Boyle Heights house, under
construction

My great-grandma, Pearl,
with great-great grandma Eva and
their goats, whose milk the family drank
Eva Grossman's daughter, my great-grandma Pearl,
with college roommates at
U.C. Berkeley during WWII
Eva's daughters
Bea and Pearl, East LA,
Great Depression
Eva with her great grandchildren, Van Nuys, 1970s
Four generations: my great-great grandma Eva, great-grandma Pearl, grandma Ruth, and mom Juliet (with Danny the dog)
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