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Moe Cohen

Oral history interview with Moe Cohen who was born in 1896 in Montreal.

Ann Krieger

Oral history interview with Ann Krieger. Ann speaks on the Jewish community in Vancouver around the early turn of the century. She speaks of O’Bryan Hall and the two Jewish groups - orthodox and reform - that had no meeting place for High Holy Days, and rented O’Bryan Hall and held services together. They hired a rabbi (from Seattle).

Originally, David Oppenheimer and Ann's brother-in-law [Milton], were in business together, managing the Oppenheimer Brothers Ltd.. David's grandfather started the business, then David's father (Simon) and mother died, left two children -- mother's maiden name Leiser, an old Victoria family. Milton Oppenheimer was Simon's brother, he married his sister-in-law's sister, and adopted the two children, David and Ruth, and subsequently had Edith, who was Ann's sister-in-law.

Milton brought the business over to Vancouver, which became head office, with Victoria still in operation.

Ann remembers Milton as a very fine man, and felt sure he must have been active in the community. His wife Amy was Jewish (she was a Leiser), but anti-Semitic, and had no Jewish friends at all. David married a non-Jew, and Milton objected to the marriage. Edith had a few Jewish friends, but knew the Wassermans and the Evans family; she was sent to Berkeley to meet Jewish people.

Ann tells of a collection of Oppenheimer memorabilia that Edith had and suggests that Cyril contact her about seeing the material and copying some of it.

Bertha Baron

Oral history with Bertha Baron who arrived in Canada 1907 from Minsk, Russia; settled in Rumsey, Alberta. In this interview she discusses her involvement in the Victoria Jewish community and reflects on Zionism.

Sally Osovsky

Oral history interview with Sally Osovsky who came to Vancouver from Toronto in 1913. She married Abraham Zlotnik and lived in the West End. She was involved with the Hebrew Ladies Aid Society and National Council of Jewish Women.

Rebecca Kemp

Oral history interview with Rebecca Kemp who was born in Manchester, 1885 and her husband Harry Kemp who was the founder of the Jewish Old Folks' Home on 13th Avenue, Vancouver, BC. Rebecca was involved with the Ladies Auxiliary, Talmud Torah, Schara Tzedeck and B'nai' B'rith'.

Rachel Morris

Oral history interview with Rachel Morris (nee Seidelman) who was born in Vancouver, B.C. She married Dr. William Morris, one of first Jewish physicians in city. Tape includes interviews with Rebecca Kemp and Jeannette Nuttall.

Jeanette Nuttall

Oral history interview with Jeanette Nuttall who arrived in Victoria in June 1890 from Nottingham, England with her husband, Harry, who served in the Canadian army during the First World War. She was a member of Hadassah and B'nai B'rith in Victoria.

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