Tangier

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Albert Melul

Oral History interview with Albert Melul. He speaks French, Spanish, Arabic, Hebrew, Italian, English, and some Ladino. He grew up in Tangiers. He was a scout and scout master as a teenager. When Israel was established, he helped move people there but decided to go see the world before settling. When he first came to Canada he worked in a factory in Toronto. He moved to Vancouver for a job with the JCC and National Council. He talks about the Sephardic community as well as the general community in Vancouver.

Tangier

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a woman standing outside a doorway. Tangier joined with Morocco in 1956, thus this slide may have been mislabelled. Note: the jpg was lightened in Photoshop.

Tangier

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts the Tangier airport. Tangier joined with Morocco in 1956, thus this slide may have been mislabeled.

Tangier

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a woman carrying wood on her back walking down a street. There is a sign in Arabic in the background. Tangier joined with Morocco in 1956, thus this slide may have been mislabeled.

Tangier

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts three people walking in a street with two in traditional dress. Tangier joined with Morocco in 1956, thus this slide may have been mislabeled.

Tangier, bazaar

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a bazaar. There is a sign in Arabic in the background Tangier joined with Morocco in 1956, thus this slide may have been mislabeled.

Tangier, children

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts four children standing in front of a building. Tangier joined with Morocco in 1956, thus this slide may have been mislabeled.

Tangier, stall

Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a man fixing a pot with many tea pots in the background. Tangier joined with Morocco in 1956, thus this slide may have been mislabeled.