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JHSBC Oral History Collection Saskatchewan
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Leon Braverman

Oral history interview with Leon Braverman who was born in Ganchasti, Bessarbia in 1890. He learned to be a watchmaker in Russia. Started his own watchmaking business which collapsed, he than worked at Birks jewelry store in Vancouver, than Miller's Jewelers.

Harry Ferman

Oral history interview with Harry Ferman who was born 1898 in Russia. He and his brothers emigrated to Canada in 1912. Joined the Jewish Legion in Winnipeg and went to basic training in Windsor, N.S. and England. He arrived on the front in the Middle East when Turkey surrendered; Harry's unit responsible for German and Turkish prisoners. Later he would spend his life farming in Kamsack, B.C.

Al Kolberg

Oral history interview with Al Kolberg who was born in Saskatoon, 1919. His father came from Russia in 1905 where he worked as a shochet. Al recalls the reasons for Jewish assimilation in Vancouver in the early to mid twentieth century.

Dr. Isaac Stoffman

Oral history interview with Dr. Isaac Stoffman who was born in Winnipeg, 1916. He graduated from the University of Manitoba, began his Doctor's practice in Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan. He than enlisted in the Canadian army in 1943 as a medical officer, stationed in Regina Military Hospital and Dundern military training camp than as a psychiatrist in London Ontario.

Judy Mandleman

Oral history interview with Judy Mandleman who was born in Vancouver. Judy was involved in Vancouver's Hadassah-Wizo, Hadassah-Wizo Council, UJA Women’s Div. campaign, Canadian Jewish Congress, World Zionist Organization in Jerusalem and chair of Hadassah-Wizo Canada Foundation.

Judy Zaitzow

Oral history interview with Judy Zaitzow who was born in Vancouver. Her Grandfather William Seidelman was a postmaster and a shochet. Judy discusses her family history in detail through her Grandparents, parents, brother and sisters. Judy volunteers time with the Beth Israel school board, Hadassah, was door-to-door volunteer for Mothers March (forerunner of United Way), and for Heart & Stroke fund.

Marjorie Groberman and Bea Goldberg

Oral history interview with Marjorie Groberman and Bea Goldberg, who were born in Edmonton, Alberta and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan respectively. Both have been involved in Vancouver's Hadassah Bazaar development. The Jewish community was enthusiastic in their support of the Bazaar which first was held at the Sea Forth Armories, eventually moving to the PNE fairgrounds. Marjorie has helped to develop a number of cities' Bazaar's across Canada.

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