Harriet Shapiro (1924- ) was a freelance writer and contributor of articles, feature stories, and reviews to magazines and
scholarly journals. The collection consists of biographical information relating to Jewish individuals, families, businesses,
and groups in the western U.S. Includes newspaper and magazine articles, book excerpts, correspondence, advertisements, interviews,
memoirs, obituaries, professional listings, affidavits, oral histories, notes, maps, brochures, photographs, and audiocassettes.
Harriet Shapiro was born in Los Angeles, California, November 4, 1924; BA, UC Berkeley, 1947; married Fred Rochlin, 1947;
freelance writer and contributor of articles, feature stories, and reviews to magazines and scholarly journals; published
novel, So far away (1981) and photodocumentary, Pioneer Jews: a new life in the far west (1984).
82 boxes (41.0 linear ft.)
1 oversize box
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