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Request an Oral History Interview

The Washington State Jewish Historical Society records and preserves oral histories as a part of the "Hear O! Washington" collection. If you believe you or a loved one is a good candidate for an archival interview, please answer the following questions to the best of your ability.

Please note that there is currently a 6 month waiting period for interviews, as the Society takes tremendous care in selecting candidates, interviewers, and post-processing prior to uploading to the Washington Jewish Museum.

We appreciate the care you take in supporting the Society and thank you for broadening our understanding of Jewish history in Washington state.

Questions? Email Committee Chair Jeremy Ehrlich at jeremye@wsjhs.org


About the Submitter

In this section, you will input information related to you, the person requesting the Oral History interview.

First Name *
Last Name *
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Submitter Involvement
If you do not wish to be assigned as the interviewer, a trained interviewer will be assigned by the WSJHS.

About the Interviewee

In this section, you will input information related to the person you believe should be interviewed.

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Relation to Washington State
Was the interviewee...
Jewish Ethnic Heritage
Jewish Religious Identity
Does the interviewee identify as...
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Interview Subjects
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TERMS OF USE

The Washington State Jewish Historical Society may use my provided information in all Washington Jewish Museum exhibits and in the Washington State Jewish physical and digital museum spaces including theWashington Jewish Lifecycles registry. I understand that all interview transcripts, recordings, photos, and other related items submitted or created during the curation of the exhibit(s) and/or program(s) become property of the WSJHS, and therefore can be used in online programs, the Washington Jewish Museum interactive digital museum, physical exhibit boards,Washington Jewish Lifecycles, videos, DVDs, books, social media, traveling exhibits, and other material related to theWashington Jewish Museum and/or Washington Jewish Lifecycles project(s).

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Supplemental Information

Have any documents that support this submission, such as previous oral histories or written accounts? Upload them here.
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