Koepsell, Eva; Interviews with Western New Yorkers; 01-2002
Eva Koepsell born in Hungary her parents escaped through Budapest during World War II. Both parents Jewish but raised her Catholic to avoid the stigma. Her first marriage was abusive and her son from the marriage was taken away from her and adopted by other family members. After her attempted suicide she discovered poetry as an outlet for her problems. She was married several times one of which produced another child. At the time of the interview she was the Assistant to the Chair of the Philosophy Department at the University at Buffalo.
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"Koepsell, Eva; Interviews with Western New Yorkers; 01-2002." The Betsy Naylon Interviews & Oral Histories. Digital Collections. Monroe Fordham Regional History Center, Archives & Special Collections Department, E. H. Butler Library, SUNY Buffalo State.