Esther Rosenblatt Landa: her price is far above rubies
Dr. Robert Goldberg has been a professor of history at the University of Utah since 1980. His teaching and research field is twentieth-century America with a focus on the American West, social, and political history. He has won five teaching awards and is the author of four books: Hooded Empire: The Ku Klux Klan in Colorado; Back to the Soil: The Jewish Farmers of Clarion, Utah, and Their World; Grass Roots Resistance: Social Movements in Twentieth Century America; and Barry Goldwater. He says, "Esther Landa was an easy choice for she is not only the leading woman of the Utah Jewish Community but has played a vital role in matters of education, politics, service, and women's rights in the larger city, state, and national arenas.
Utah State University Press
Worth Their Salt, Utah State University Press, Logan
Landa, Esther Rosenblatt;
Jews -- Utah;
Goldberg, R. A. (1996). Esther Rosenblatt Landa: her price is far above rubies, in Colleen Whitley, ed., Worth Their Salt, Utah State University Press, Logan, 229-41.