Oral history interview with Edythe Katz conducted by Walter Duttweiler on March 01, 1977 for the Ralph Roske Oral History Project on Early Las Vegas. Katz discusses the Jewish community, Ralph Denton, atomic testing, and integration in movie theatres.
Oral history interview with Edythe Katz-Yarchever conducted by David Schwartz in 2006 for the UNLV University Libraries Oral History Collection. In this interview, Katz-Yarchever discusses 1960s Las Vegas, Nevada, the opening of the Caesar's Palace Hotel and Casino, Nate Jacobson, and William "Billy" Weinberger and his wife Jean. She also talks about Jake Freedman, president of the Sands Hotel and Casino. She also spends time talking about race relations and discrimination in Las Vegas businesses and community, the Westside, and the three movie theatres she and her husband, Lloyd Katz, owned in the city.
Oral history interview with Edythe Katz-Yarchever conducted by Claytee White on December 09, 2000, February 11, 2003, March 11, 2003, and December 06, 2005 for the Boyer Early Las Vegas History Project. In the interviews, Katz-Yarchever discusses her life in Las Vegas, Nevada, owning movie theaters with her husband, Lloyd Katz, and the strides they made in civil rights. She talks about her service in Civil Defense and the National Guard, moving to various places, and working in Los Angeles, California. She also discusses becoming involved in the community in various ways with Operation Independence and Holocaust education.