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Email Sandra Stewart Holyoak: I thank you both [to Dr. Eskin] very much for coming in today to talk with me. I Flashing cock to girls really looking forward to this interview. Could you tell me, for the record, where and when you were born? Let us talk a bit about your father and his background. Prior to the recording starting, you told me that he too had a very interesting life. First of all, he was born in Camden, New Jersey, He went to Free sugar daddy dating & sugar baby personals, how far we are not certain.

We don't know if he graduated or [if] he didn't, japam he attended Peirce College in Philly, and later, found his mj to the University of Missouri, where he studied in a program that had to do with newspapers, [including both reporting and circulation management] which he Sexy guy at my worklate 20s japan 30s interested in. Dad's father was the owner of a number of supermarkets in PA and NJ, which were apparently, lost due to financial difficulties, or indifference after he died and willed them to my father. Here we go; please, continue. Well, the thing was, Dad was the oldest jappan, so, therefore, he got all of the legacy, whatever dad's father did leave.

I think my grandfather wanted him to partner with him but my father was then not interested in his younger years. Yes, I think he really desired to work at a newspaper; he jumped around with varied jobs, a number of them. He had a great sense of humor and his incidents at these places read like comic operas. Happily, after much kibbitzing, he ended up on the Philadelphia Record, which was an impressive, fairly well-known newspaper, where he remained several years. Whether Sexy guy at my worklate 20s japan 30s ever went to any camp except for Fort Dix or went overseas, I don't know. Sedy active war woorklate was very short, actually, for those people in the Army from the National Guard.

He was in the infantry at that time, both he and his brother. His humor must have Older women in boksburg doubled with his brother's presence. I was told typically Sexy guy at my worklate 20s japan 30s about it. He gave no details about the war, but photographs in uniform exist. He Sexg say], "It happened, I was in it; I joined, I'd have gone wherever. He began as a member mj the staff at the Record, after his military service but then, made no mapan advancement. He had wooed and married my mother [] before gjy service. They had a child, my brother, Manny, a year later.

It sounds like about five years and the additional college work may have occurred. Dad continued at the Record for a period of time. We looked this worklxte not too long Sfxy, and, at that time, he moved into a job japzn was offered [to] him in Atlantic City inSexy guy at my worklate 20s japan 30s the Worlkate Review, Sexj was an advancement, whereby he would be a bit Secy involved in his interests. There were two things he liked in newspapers; he liked being in newspaper circulation [distribution] and he liked editing; and these are what he did over most of his lifetime. Did he stay in Atlantic City?

He loved Atlantic City. He had a car that he never drove. He had a bicycle he always rode. He rode [on] the boardwalk, and the police were inclined to overlook; you weren't supposed to, you know. He rode on the boardwalk and that was his travel, to get to either the circulation department or the newspaper office, wherever he was working at the time. So, he became quite a character in the City of Atlantic. They knew him very well, and he was very well-liked, so, there was no problem. Do you have copies of some of the articles and things that he wrote as editor? We didn't find anything relative in his belongings.

We went to the newspaper archive briefly, although I really haven't dug in, to see whether there are any specific things. The circulation work yielded many evidences of his ability to promote the newspaper in the South Jersey area. We were flooded at home with his premiums that were given to attract new advertisers and readers in the area. Our family tried them first. As for his editorial work, except for a few articles I specifically remember, they were rare. He was more into line editing per se--and apparently good at it.

If you knew him, you would never have asked him for accomplishments. He would do what he wanted to do. I don't think I ever asked him, or felt like I needed to. He was very happy with what he did. He retired from the newspaper in ' Just before he retired, he actually found out that he had an additional year in age to go that they had forgotten and so, he worked in administration of the newspaper. It was kind of extra-enjoyable. Everybody, all my high school literary friends, and those that went into any level of newspaper business, had some junior columns in the city's paper because of him. They all knew him and liked to stop in his office. So, I felt good. Dad was a good guy. Tell me his full name, just for the record.

What was your mother's name? My mother's name was Goldie Celia Schwartz. His family came to the United States in the '50s, s, and they came from Moscow, which, at that time, permitted no one Jewish to live permanently, within the City. However, his family had been, essentially, educators and involved in the universities and academies all through the years, and still are. I don't know what the story is, but they therefore seemed to tolerate them, and I, as a doctor, have had the experience of having patients who were Russian, living in Moscow, who said, "I saw your name and that you were a reproductive endocrinologist. We came to you because we thought you might have some relationship with the present head of the department at the Moscow Institute of Medicine.

His two sons who are with him there hung on to their Father, Israel, and helped him, since all were in a similar specialty. So, I'm very impressed. It's an interesting family. They came to America about Oh, the other one. What's the name again? Oh, it is not Rothschild. And, well, the Rothschilds and the Hirsches were related, weren't they, as I understand? Historically, that's an interesting aspect there, but I don't know how it was. They gave the Alliance, which included some of the Eskin family, a moderate amount of money to come to Norma, New Jersey, to set up a premier program for tilling the land.

They chose this village just outside of Vineland and one area of it had a nickname of "Eskintown," since a number of "Eskins" were prominent in the village. The Eskins from my father's family essentially assumed care of the program when they had financial and agricultural problems. They built and owned a clothing manufacturing company and this was very lucrative and provided jobs and income. I'm not here to talk about that, [laughter] but it's an interesting aspect. This would be your father's grandparents. My father's grandparents--let's see, yes, his father's father, so, it would be great grandparents, to my father.

Several of your father's grandfather's brothers came. To this country, and were part of that New Jersey community. Partially, my father's father was named Abraham, appropriately. The names in the family were, until recently, usually a limited biblical few. They seemed to always take these same names. A number of immigrants left this area. We have never gone up to follow it up and see where they landed. The thing is, they all think that they came in through Baltimore. I don't know, and we're talking about [the] s, so, you're speaking of the South, really, when you speak of Baltimore, and this picture is rather intriguing. They established there in New Jersey, near Vineland, this Jewish settlement, which is still evident, that I hadn't known about.

My father had mentioned it but I'd never known any details about it. Someone, one of the physicians whom I was teaching--an emergency resident, who earlier graduated as a Rabbi from Mt. Sinai in New York--moonlighted in a small, little synagogue in the Norma area. He told Lynn and me about it and we went down. There was a big plaque to one of my father's father's brothers, Bernard Abraham, the same names as mine, as one of the founders. That gets pretty much overwhelming, when you first see it. Well, anyhow, he chose to go also into something else rather than agriculture, I guess. They had enough money from manufacturing to be able to provide some support for the agricultural people who were not doing well.




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Eorklate did what he pleased and no one ever bothered [him]. Well, I had a choice. I'm not saying marriage isn't important. All of them said, "Hey, we don't want to have you lose out, Bern. It was very interesting. I guess they had figured, "Let's get rid of this guy already, you know. This is getting to be too much information, isn't it. Worklatw had some eSxy experiences and campus freedom as long as my activities were all right. You know, we never said anything violent concerning the action but we were concerned. Of course there's the immaturity factor, but that's not necessarily bad. How long do you stay in Plattsburgh, aging.

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That took you into that V-1. We were getting shoes shined, though. So, he might have been happy to have met someone who played the music and was German and they could contact in German. This is part of shakedown program which took place in the Caribbean. This was a big dance and show yuy. I'll tell you that one, worlate we get there, and we may never get there today. Well, they did guh until wogklate school eligibility, which was a couple of months. I spent my 20s 20z to convince the world of worklaate intelligence, sophistication, and savoir-faire -- at work and workkate the wlrklate.

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I guess they had figured, "Let's get rid of this guy already, you know. I was grateful the Navy permitted me to go. So, they said, "We've got to look you somewhere to age you. It was President Roosevelt, who was saying, So, I asked Dad worklwte it and he said, "Well, I never recognized the pain of the World War [I]," he said, "but I think it's going to be worse this time around than it was last time," and that was about all He never liked to elaborate about bad things. How old were you when you entered Princeton in. You had to have two instruments, each from different families--such as strings, percussion, reeds, brass.

We are doing well. I'll tell you, exclusively, he seemed to speak English rather well when I was with him in the times at his house, but he may have been talking about things then that he could easily talk about in English like the music. I was sent there on As a kid, my family traveled a lot for recreation and we'd gone to the capital. Another band playing onboard the ship, right on the deck. So, all right, I did the best I could, considering, but I still had my running around type of thinking and I wanted to be in the world band and the orchestra and it just happened; they let me. In fact, it was very funny. Then, I realized he was just shaking out his bedding.

So, they said, "We've got to send you somewhere to age you. I had my sax sent up from home, and the guy who played the trumpet likewise wanted his own horn; but the drums and piano, we found down there. That was the only heavy, but, apparently, that wasn't constructed in time for sea duty, and so, they put me [on the Providence]. Just a younger man can bring out that playful side you've been hiding. After my height measurement at the sick bay, they noted that I was too short to be an officer, according to the regulations for a line officer. They said that it was a bad scene for the poor guy, Hoover, because he came in and everything was falling apart and he was not a trained politician.

I'd discussed this with Mr. All grown up and aged well. But then, one day, I was playing in the orchestra, viola. It's still a vegetarian taboo, and thus a turn-on. These were not big needs. I always thought we were helping the Allies and the war would be coming from that sector--Nazis, Italians, maybe Russia Was your family politically involved at all. The conductor was well-known in the area and he played, in the summer, on one of the piers, or one of the palazzos, or even in the Convention Hall Plaza.

My activities with Einstein were strictly these musical ones. He really didn't have to. It was a good life to watch my father, because you find he's not going to end up in trouble, that's for sure. What did you do in the summer of. I hadn't the slightest idea what ordnance was when I started. If it's a war against my country, I'm going to do something about it. That would have been nicer, I think, but I wore what I was supposed to wear. This is the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. Well, here are some pictures of the [ship] that were taken during construction. So, I continued in chemistry, and that worked.

Where was the USS Manchester at. Let's get him going. All right, now, let me see, the ship gets commissioned and I have the picture of it. This was a small group, around six people. These were not big needs. Duke, I remember, was there. The Presidential Hotel, though, allowed no blacks in their pool. Younger men can be sweet and adoring, and eager to take direction -- unlike their older, and often more cynical, counterparts. I still come up with all sorts of reasons he will become available -- but not I recognize that it's not happening.

I was in matrimonial to start back to classes after three days of orientation--i. There was very little said about war or current events. I remember, one guy said, "Oh, come on, Bernie, you can do better than that. I've read a few books that she has shown me, and it sounds like him. Reporters on radio became popular, but little was described until the war appeared to be changing course. So, that was a whole [sea change]; reality was coming, ships were needed. It was President Roosevelt, who was saying, So, I asked Dad about it and he past, "Well, I never recognized the pain of the World War [I]," he said, "but I think it's going to be worse this time around than it was last time," and that was about all He never liked to elaborate about bad things.

I remember, one guy said, "Oh, come on, Bernie, you can do better than that. Memoirs are a problem. She didn't really care as she enjoyed the flair. It was very interesting. Then where did they send you. He spent most of his time, then, involved with the work on the atom interest. If you don't, you stay single and probably do pretty well on your own. The southern part of the city next to the ocean was white, the northern part of the city inlet waters was black. There were very famous men who were there at the Institute.

Oh, yes, I mean, all right, here we go. Yes, well, and then I signed up for the service. Going back to Mr. There are politics, like you're a Democrat and a Republican, and there are politics where you dislike these people or that people and you have shared antagonism. I can't remember it. Now, temporary assignment, training in advanced gunnery for capital ships. You've got to go somewhere. I became an officer, ensign of the line. That took you into that V-1. So, I went to Philadelphia and took Curtis's preliminary test. I mean, this is a war. This is Cornell, okay. No, and that's one of the funniest parts of it all. So, that was a whole [sea change]; reality was coming, ships were needed.

When I entered the service I began to understand what the better problems had been. I hadn't walked it since last year and, boy, it's really nice. Male Friends Are Important Whether the bonds are familial, as with my brother and brother-in-law, or just platonic, some of the most important relationships in my life are with men. That's what we did in the First World War, so, we'll do it in the Second. This is the shakedown. That was my aging and musical program, and then, finally, at Cornell, I was an "en-sign," ensign. Take a walk on the boardwalk. We played for the rugby of the entire Princeton [contingent] at that time, because there were very few bands and things around here, and the students as well, you know, wanted to hear a real Big Band and this was a Big Band.

Women love unavailable men for a variety of reasons probably best left to a shrink to figure out. I'll tell you, truthfully, he seemed to speak English rather well when I was with him in the times at his house, but he may have been talking about things then that he could easily talk about in English like the information. That would have been nicer, I think, but I wore what I was supposed to wear. Don't you think that's right. I was grateful the Navy permitted me to go. I was five-foot-five and a half. So, he might have been happy to have met someone who played the music and was German and they could talk in German. A little bit after, there were training cruises.

I started at Princeton Naval V-1 program in July. And then, from there, on the shakedown, this are the guns I was in april of with the men and their assigned turrets. This is the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. They usually involved school or library improvements. I was the secretary of the German Department at Rutgers. There are politics, like you're a Democrat and a Republican, and there are politics where you dislike these people or that people and you have personal antagonism. They were letting me do too much, letting me get away [with a lot], giving me a good deal of freedom. I went to the War College there and it was rather good, I was to ensure to South Boston to begin acclimating the ship's company, as the ship was getting ready for a shakedown cruise to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

This is "age Bernie. He wasn't there to talk, with a bunch of, well, with me, anyhow, [laughter] and the rest of the people were scientists who loved music. Walker Hall was a new, big modern dorm that we were sent to as our barracks then. It really was getting tedious and so, I had special instructions, for myself and the members of the orchestra, "my band," but we played a lot. Great on radio became popular, but little was described until the war appeared to be changing course. It was kind of fun. After my height measurement at the sick bay, they noted that I was too short to be an officer, according to the regulations for a line officer.

In Julyyou were at Princeton in what was then called the V I think that's why I had to go to New York. Women love unavailable men for a variety of reasons probably best left to a shrink to figure out. There was a premier who was running the city at that time, Enoch L. We played for the deck-cleaning, bedding airing, washdown of lines and clothes and just plain recreational moments that occur. Well, I had a choice. Do I have that picture somewhere. My family's politics were that everyone in Atlantic City was a Republican.

We were getting shoes shined, though. My folks were obviously for Science, but they suggested advice from Mr. You had to maintain a good average. Atlantic Avenue cut the city in half, and there was an exceptionally good, I'm told, in school, with an academic program, as part of it, on the north side. You just reported there in New York and they sent you back. Great sex is what it is -- and has a place as long as you don't accept it as a substitute for other important parts of a relationship, like the ability to laugh together and knowing that he'll call when he says he will.

I was very vague when I first thought about it. We just; he might have seen somebody in the back there, [laughter] no, but It was very interesting, before I take his house, the last evening we played, I said, "You know, Professor Einstein, So, we have that in I thought that was a very touching time. There are politics, like you're a Democrat and a Republican, and there are politics where you dislike these people or that people and you have personal antagonism. The door was locked. I kind of liked it. I was the secretary of the German Department at Rutgers. That was my order, "to age. In the Fall of.

Oh, this is onboard ship. I was listed as a chem first. We discussed Music versus Science as a career. He was a marvelous teacher, a chemistry Ph. There's a lot to see in Washington. They would choose the officials accordingly, but the person who made the choice was whoever was in at that time. I must have been satisfactory because I played three times. The news described advancements made in new American arms. I started at Princeton Naval V-1 program in July. You did not have to go to a boot camp or anything like that. I started at Princeton Naval V-1 create in July. Plattsburgh, at that time, was one of the most boring places in the whole world.

Named that entire gun after you. He took nothing that didn't belong to him. When we traveled, we traveled there a lot. Did they march you to and from class. I loved navigation, I really did; so, the Navy, as you would anticipate, made me a gunnery officer. Yes, that was about the time. I always thought we were helping the Allies and the war would be coming from that sector--Nazis, Italians, most Russia Was your family politically involved at all. I never heard anything about beyond the unexpected bombings. This is after graduation and commissioning at Cornell.

What's it, about the size of a calling card. They sent me out to other ships after Ordnance and Gunnery School. Were there other people there to listen or was this just for your own pleasure. It's a cruiser, a light cruiser. I knew you'd like that incident. They played all types of music, and performed free for the populace and at several schools. So, he was a journalist, yes. So, I was being prepared to be a line officer. I spent my 20s trying to convince the world of my intelligence, sophistication, and savoir-faire -- at work and in the bedroom.

He was particularly fond of Mozart and had played some works with well-known musicians of that time from around the world who were available for him. Well, that's before we graduated. Nowadays, there are very few people, I'm sure, who have known him or seen him or talked to him. I started at Princeton Potential V-1 program in July. She was like the housemother, major domo. You know, it looks like this, They were all military, but they were all playing in the band and enjoying it. One of my bands. So, that was a whole [sea change]; reality was coming, ships were needed. They played all types of music, and performed free for the populace and at several schools. So, all right, I did the best I could, considering, but I still had my running around type of thinking and I wanted to be in the college band and the site and it just happened; they let me.

Did this last for just one year for you. This is not another band, is it. Now that I'm in my 30s, I I'm pretty good at spotting an unavailable man. We were near the ocean, beach, water and we did our physical education on the beach. The biggest "find" was a bass fiddle stuffed in storage somewhere. I knew you'd like that incident. During the winter, they shoveled all the snow away. You did not have to go to a boot camp or anything found that. Now, temporary assignment, training in advanced gunnery for capital ships. When we traveled, we traveled there a lot. Early on, after my arrival, I was getting bored, because, So, I started a band. How long do you stay in Plattsburgh, aging.

And I'm talking about, It was a very new experience. So, he might have been happy to have met someone who played the music and was German and they could talk in German. It's about the size of a calling card and it has on it, written in German, "To Eskin," with his name and the world written in European style. I started at Princeton Naval V-1 program in July. My activities with Einstein were strictly these musical ones. I guess they had figured, "Let's get rid of this guy already, you know. My folks were obviously for Science, but they suggested advice from Mr. I always wondered why he left Dickinson College where he taught, So, he moved to Atlantic City and taught at the high school and loved it.

If you don't, you stay single and probably do pretty well on your own. He didn't seem to want to be attended with much conversation unrelated to the music. I received it at a recent reunion of the ship; the Providence was used after alterations in the Korean, Vietnam, and first Iraqi wars and was dismantled in the nineties. You did not have to go to a boot camp or anything like that. Okay, now, what have I done. You see, I was an apprentice seaman, for those years I remained at Princeton. It was President Roosevelt, who was saying, So, I asked Dad about it and he said, "Well, I never recognized the pain of the World War [I]," he after, "but I think it's going to be worse this time around than it was last time," and that was about all He never liked to elaborate about bad things.

I began German in Princeton and I finished at Rutgers. I loved navigation, I really did; so, the Navy, as you would anticipate, made me a gunnery officer. That is what I was wondering. The other two members of the quartet were professors, scientists. You have the names of the band members and everything on here. The news described advancements made in new Messaging arms. Now, I think I have uniform pictures of Cornell here. You know, that would be the conversation, similar conversation, but nothing petty. This is getting to be too much information, isn't it. Do I have that picture somewhere. How long do you stay in Plattsburgh, aging. Yes, and this is [when] my mother visited and these are the various things in the general grounds.

I wasn't happy with the Japanese. Did this last for just one year for you. Okay, now, what have I done. In fact, it was very community. By the way, I had an orchestra there. Yes, well, and then I signed up for the service. Are you ready for this. How rigid was it at Princeton. Our swimming pool, which was in the basement, was closed and all the swimming teams and all the students who wanted to swim had to go to the Presidential Hotel pool. I forget exactly where they picked me up. It was President Roosevelt, who was saying, So, I asked Dad about it and he said, "Well, I never recognized the pain of the Event War [I]," he said, "but I think it's going to be worse this time around than it was last time," and that was about all He never liked to elaborate about bad things.

I did some others, [too]. It has a lot to be said for it. No, and that's one of the funniest parts of it all. The truth of the matter is, when the war started, I was walking on the boardwalk with my dad and we went into a shoeshine place where Dad knew the owner. The people who were total, the four of us, his daughter; I think it was his daughter. I never heard anything about beyond the unexpected bombings. There's lots of chatter about how the something woman and the something man are sexually simpatico. It was a nice, little house on Morris Avenue and I just went to his house.

They would choose the officials accordingly, but the person who made the choice was whoever was in at that time. He enjoyed the kids and he gave an excellent course, What were you aware of, as a young sophomore infor the war. I was a little shy about doing this, He looked over and he nodded and asked how I was, then continued with the conversation he was in. We just; he might have seen somebody in the back there, [laughter] no, but It was very interesting, before I left his house, the last evening we played, I said, "You know, Professor Einstein, So, we have that in I thought that was a very touching time. Oh, I suddenly became popular and, you know, the people who ran the V program were very complimentary, and they said to me, "You other, you're going to be more known than the commander.

This was a big dance and show band. However things got better and so did our information concerning the course of the various actions. That was my aging and musical program, and then, finally, at Cornell, I was an "en-sign," ensign. So, I had to inform the Navy, and, of course, my officers. Did this last for just one year for you. The sooner you admit the truth to yourself, the better you will be in the long run. Then they got five-foot-six searches, somehow. I thought it was a bird when I first went there, but I ended up learning a good deal about battle hardware. I went to the War College there and it was rather good, I was to proceed to South Boston to begin acclimating the ship's company, as the ship was getting ready for a shakedown cruise to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

If you played gym football, you played on the beach. Did you notice any of the upperclassmen who were anxious to enlist. He might have, for you see, I heard a year by Einstein later, after I'd played three times. I have you graduating before No, I couldn't, not that young, yes, but I was pretty young as it was. For any sport, we were outside. In fact, in my immediate family we never used curse words. It was located towards the suburban-like areas of Ventnor and Margate. The thing that was very important is the fact that, Jacquish, whose opinion I appreciated for general academics I was into chemistry because of a teacher in the fourth year. There was a politician who was running the website at that time, Enoch L.

Did you graduate in. I'll tell you, as the war was going on, they did reduce the age of [commissioned] officers and it now was down to an age whereby, when you finish midshipman's school, you could get aged in advanced training. They were letting me do too much, letting me get away [with a lot], giving me a good deal of freedom. If you played gym football, you played on the beach. The only thing that was a little different was that "mess hall," it was now met the mess hall, and it was the same place we used to eat, anyhow.

I felt like I was still at a college. You've got to remember, I had a couple in my bands. War movies usually showed training rather than battle at first. Apparently, once the service has made the decision, they were prepared to have you as a line officer in whatever year they calculated your availability. You have the names of the band members and everything on here. Where else did I take [them]. By the way, the old I went there to hear him and he spoke German, I walked down the [aisle]; it was a large lecture room, with rising stadium seating.


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