Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Abraham Mondry - June 15, 22, 29 & July 13, 1992

Women Employees

And this girl worked for you?

Yeah. She worked for a while, then she went back home. She went to New York, Queens, New York. Nice girl, smart, very bright. So I got something ??? the college, after I had...in Newport. You know Newport, New York?


There's a state college.

SUNY City?

Was the, the Orchard Street, you know, Orchard? I took a store there, when A&P went out of business. A&P had a empty store. I rent the store, a good-sized store, near the...near a college too. And I come from Poughkeepsie a few times. I always come lunch to make sure...there's so many...so many womans walk in there, you know. I see when I can only get a high percent of womans in the store. I can get them in, you know.

Because it's a college town.

Yeah. Outside Poughkeepsie. I don't know...I forgot what they called this little town. Outside Poughkeepsie you know. And the college was...was...What's that college? A girl...girl's...girl's college.

Rich girls.

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