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0:00 - Introduction 0:17 - Bunny's Father's Life in Austria-Hungary, His Immigration to America, and His Life as an Orthodox Jew

Keywords: 1890s; American Jews; Austro-Hungarian Jews; Der Tog; immigration; Jewish businesses; Jewish newspapers; Jewish writers; Jewish ZIonists; migration; Orthodox Jews; The Day; zionism; Zionist Jews

6:47 - Bunny's Mother's Life in a Poor Orthodox Jewish Home on the Lower East Side

Keywords: American Jews; Austro-Hungarian Jews; Jewish home; Jewish immigrants; Lower East Side; Manhattan, New York; New York; New York City; Orthodox Jews; poverty

8:17 - Bunny's Childhood Growing up in Brooklyn

Keywords: 1930s; American Jews; Brooklyn, New York; childhood; garment workers; immigrant communities; intercultural communities; Jewish families; Jewish family life; Jewish homes; New York City; textile workers

13:33 - Bunny's Memories of Jewish Rituals, Holidays, Food, and Education as a Child

Keywords: 1930s; 1940s; American Jews; Hebrew school; Jewish culture; Jewish education; Jewish food; Jewish masculinity; New York; New York City; Orthodox Jews; Passover; Pesach; peysekh; religious Jews; religious life at home; religious observance; shul; synagogue

17:33 - Living in a Bilingual Yiddish-English Household Immersed in Yiddishkayt

Keywords: bilingualism; English language; Jewish identity; multilingualism; Yiddish families; Yiddish households; Yiddish language; Yiddish literature; Yiddish music; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre; Yiddishkayt; yiddishkayt; Yiddishkeit; yiddishkeyt

19:56 - Bunny's Family's Involvement in Unser Camp, a Labor Zionist Camp

Keywords: Camp Boiberik; Camp Kinderwelt; childhood; Farband; Jewish summer camp; Labor Zionism; Labor Zionist Jews; singing; Socialist Zionism; songs; Unser Camp; Yiddish communities; Yiddish culture; Yiddish language; Yiddish organizations; Zionist Jews; Zvee Scooler

25:45 - The Trauma of Losing Her Father's Family in the Holocaust

Keywords: 1940s; American Jewry; diaspora trauma; familial trauma; Holocaust; Holocaust trauma; Jewish American life; Jewish American trauma; Jewish Diaspora trauma; loss; World War 2; World War II; WW2; WWII

27:42 - The Place of Newspapers and Radio in Bunny's House

Keywords: Der Tog; Forverts; news; news media; radio; technological advancements; The Day; The Forward; The Jewish Daily Forward; The New York Times; The Yiddish Daily Forward; WEVD; Yiddish newspapers; Zvee Scooler

28:50 - Song and Theater at Unser Camp and Bunny's Personal Connection to the Yiddish Actors There

Keywords: Camp Kinderwelt; childhood; Farband; Golda Meir; Jewish community; Jewish summer camp; Leon Liebgold; Manny Azenberg; Maurice Schwartz; Unser Camp; Wolfe Barzell; Yiddish actors; Yiddish community; Yiddish culture; Yiddish language; Yiddish music; Yiddish singing; Yiddish songs; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre; Zvee Scooler

35:14 - Bunny's Memories and Lessons from Unser Camp

Subjects: Camp Kinderwelt; childhood; Farband; gender roles; Jewish community; Jewish families; Jewish summer camp; Jewish values; Jewish womanhood; Jewish Zionists; Labor Socialist Zionists; Unser Camp; Yiddish singing; Yiddish songs; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre; zionism; Zionist Jews

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