Dora A. Goldstein

Dora was interviewed by Rose Biderman on August 31, 1989.

She was born in Dallas. The Jewish society found them a place near North Dallas when they needed to move. Later, the family lived in their clothing store but soon gave up the store and moved into one of Barney Schwartz’s apartments. Then they moved again to an apartment in the Jewish section. In school the gentile children would bully, even the Teachers would ignore the Jewish students. Her husband got a loan to open a store that they had for 11 and a half years then moved to a Jewish neighborhood. They decided to move again, so they rented an apartment.


Sarah Goldberg

Sarah Goldberg was born in New York City in 1903. She met and married her husband, and their two children were born there as well. They moved to Cincinnati, and then eventually to Dallas in 1940. She and her husband ran a millinery business in the Dallas area and eventually their son took over the business that culminated with 5 generations of milliners. Sarah always did the bookkeeping. She was a member of the Pioneer Women and was Chairperson of the JNF for many years also while being an active member for over 30 years. She volunteered at the Golden Ages retirement home, Veteran’s Hospital on Oak Cliff, and helped cancer patients. She received several awards for her charity work. Most notably, the Golda Meir Award.

Sarah Goldberg was interviewed by Rose Biderman on June 8, 1987.