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Elaine Charkow

Oral History interview with Elaine Charkow. Elaine was born in Russia, the family emigrated when she was 8. They first stopped in Winnipeg. Father worked in the grain business. Moved to Vancouver in 1926. Her mother took in 2 refugees from China in the 30’s. Father was one of the founders of the Vancouver Free Loan Association. Talks about the Jewish Community Center on 11th and Oak. Elaine instrumental in finding housing for Polish immigrants. Worked with B’nai B’rith Girls, United Jewish Appeal, and Hadassah.

Goldie Angel

Oral history interview with Goldie Angel who was born in Poland and arrived in Winnipeg in 1909. She belonged to B'nai B'rith in Vancouver.

Rachel Morris and Harry Seidelman

Oral history interview with the Seidelman family who emigrated to Canada from Russia. Rachel Morris (nee Seidelman) and her brother Harry Seidelman describe being relatively isolated from the Jewish community as young people but they met more Jewish people in high school and became increasingly involved in community activities. Rachel's husband William Morris trained as doctor and had a private practice for a time. Rachel was involved with the Council of Jewish Women, served on the Vancouver Jewish Community Chest board. The CJW worked with the Red Cross during the Second World War.

Sam Barrett

Oral history interview with Sam Barrett who was born in Winnipeg in 1897, fought during the First World War where he sustained a life-long eye injury.

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.

Anne & Jack Black

Oral history interview with Anne & Jack Black who were born in Toronto and Winnipeg respectively. Jack was an electrician and later worked in a number of local Vancouver businesses. Anne was involved in numerous organizations, she was the chairman of the Kinsmen Club; Heart Foundation; Diabetic Association and Young Judea.

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.

Dorothy Pelzman

Oral history interview with Dorothy Pelzman who was born in Vancouver, 1927.

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