In this interview, Max Drilling speaks to a woman from a magazine about his past with the jewelry business from Newark, New Jersey to Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. Drilling discusses the intricacies of cutting diamonds, and the various jobs when working with diamonds. Retired from his business Drilling & Goldberg, he discusses the various activities that keeps him busy.
Interviewer and date of interview are unknown.
Nathan Donsky talks to Ginger Jacobs about his life and the history of his work career. Mr. Donsky was part of the San Angelo and West Texas community, but grew up and eventually lived part time in Dallas. As an adult he gave back in many ways, funding the Jewish Foundation of Greater Dallas to help give back to local charities.
He was interviewed by Ginger Jacobs on January 5, 1988.
Bertha Dreeben was interviewed by Ginger Jacobs on February 25, 1975.
Bertha first came to Dallas in 1892 to visit family and later moved to the city permanently and taught children to read Hebrew.