Esther Landa

Esther Landa was born in 1912. She was well-known for her contributions to education and social welfare. Esther Landa was a Utah women's rights activist who was also active in various Jewish organizations and in the antinuclear movement. Her many titles include: President of the National Council of Jewish Women, Vice Chairman of the Utah State Board of Education, Co-founder of Project Head Start in Utah, Director of Women's programs in the Division of Continuing Education at the University of Utah, and leader in Utah's International Women's Year Conference in 1977.

Oral Histories featuring Esther Landa


Additional archival materials

Esther Landa Photograph Collection Finding Aid

Photos of Esther Landa in the Utah Department of Heritage and Arts, Salt Lake Tribune Negative Collection

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