Beth Hoffman, a native Clevelander, was born to Hungarian immigrant parents. Her father was a pharmacist and owned two drug stores in the Buckeye and East Boulevard Area. She describes this neighborhood in detail and the Hungarian traditions and culture that was practiced and celebrated. Creative writing, especially poetry writing for elementary students, was a passion of hers. Hoffman became very successful in her profession and eventually earned a PhD. Even at Judson she is still educating people and making a difference through poetry.
Hoffman, Beth (interviewee)
Souther, Mark (interviewer)
"Beth Hoffman interview, 27 October 2016" (2016). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 913056.
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