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JHSBC Oral History Collection Quebec
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Moe Cohen

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

Harry Toban

Oral history interview with Harry Toban who was born in Lithuania in 1895, but family emigrated to Canada in 1911 because his uncle had gone to Montreal in 1895 and his aunts had come to Vancouver from Montreal in 1905. Mr. Toban primarily discus...

Louis Zagin

An Oral history interview with Louis Zagin who was born in Vilna in 1885. He lived in many cities across Canada including: Montreal; Toronto; Brandon, Manitoba; Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; Trail, BC; and Vancouver. He was a Labour Zionist.

Bertha Hornstein

Oral history interview with Bertha Hornstein who was born in Montreal and moved to Vancouver in 1926. Well involved in the Jewish community such as B'nai Brith, Hadassah and the Federated Jewish Women of Vancouver. During the Second World War...

Dorothy Grossman

Oral history interview with Dorothy Grossman who was born 1893 in Montreal. She was involved with the Red Cross during the Second World War.

Reva Checov

Oral history interview with Reva Checov who was born in a small village in Russia in 1897. Later in life when she emigrated to Canada she went to McGill University and the University of British Columbia. Reva was involved in the Pioneer Women, Nat...

Bertha Krivel

Oral history interview with Bertha Krivel who was born in Montreal, 1891 though soon after moved to Hirsch colony. Bertha recounts her hardships and experiences as a elder daughter on a prairie farm.

Lily Brounstein

Oral history interview with Lily Brounstein who was born in St. Paul and whose mother and grandmother were midwifes. Lived in a Sod house in Hirsch colony.

Horace Ripstein

Oral history interview with Horace Ripstein who was born in Vancouver, 1908. His grandparents come from Lithuania.

Ida Albert

Oral history interview with Ida Albert. Her memories of the Russo/ Japanese war. Ida was involved in the Council of Jewish Women, the Sisterhood, Beth Israel and worked with the Red Cross. She was interned at a Japanese interment camp.

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