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Campers at Camp Kadimah

  • MG 21.5 A.4.1.5
  • Item
  • [between 1970 and 1989]

Item is a photograph of counselors and campers at Camp Kadimah, dating sometime between 1970 and 1989. Standing in the back are: (2) Mary Simon, (4) Sidney Lipkus, (7) Marta Chernin, (9) Rhea Simon.

Glace Bay Hebrew School

Item is a photograph of the Hebrew School in Glace Bay in 1935.

Pictured from left to right: (first row) Rabbi Simon, Rachel Mendelson, Ruth Simon, I. Hamburg, Pauline Zamesky, Bella Cohen, Eddy Cohen, Shandel Lipkus, R. Marshall, Art Simon, Julius Zamesky, Reuben Cipin, Rabbi Kirshenblatt.

(second row) Daniel Mendelson, Mendel Burnstein, Polly Zamesky, Nate Waldman, Sally Goldman, Irving Behun, Yuddie Long, Leo Chernin, Miriam Gold.

(back row) Fikel Cohen, Bessie Chernin, Doris (Sis) Chernin, Lilly Lipkus, Myer Chernin, Ellie Marshall, Joe Chernin, Philip Simon, Hymie Sable, Harold Chernin, Sidney Chernin, Ruth Chernin.

Glace Bay High School English Rugby Team

Item is a newspaper clipping showing a reproduction of a photograph of the Glace Bay English Rugby Team.

Identified from left to right: (front) 2: Sol Chernin, and 9: Tom Marshall

(back) 3: Irving Siegel, Nate Goldman, and Lloyd Hull.

Gordon Elman fonds

  • MG 12.38
  • Fonds
  • 1921-1972

Fonds consists of manuscripts, scrapbooks, personal correspondence, a speech transcript, clippings, certificates, and newsletters. Records reflect Elman's extensive involvement in community organizations.

Elman, Gordon

Interview with Rose Schwartz of New Waterford

Item is an audio interview. Pam Newton interviews Mrs. Rose Schwartz about her life in New Waterford over a span of six decades. In the interview, Rose Schwartz mentions biographical data, family genealogy, occupation as peddlers, businessmen, various Jewish families, family life, Jewish organizations, and the synagogue.
Recording available for streaming: T-2206a [http://beaton.cbu.ca/AtoM/audio/T-2206a.mp3] and
T-2206b [http://beaton.cbu.ca/AtoM/audio/T-2206b.mp3]

Nina F. Cohen fonds

  • MG 12.187
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1984

Fonds consists of textual documents related to the life and career of Nina Cohen, of Glace Bay. Ms. Cohen has served with the Red Cross during World War II, on the board of the National Museums of Canada, National Council of Women, the Canadian Jewish Congress, and the Professional Women's Club. She is best known for the initiation and founding of the Miners' Museum in Glace Bay. Papers relate mainly to the Miners' Museum.

Only the Shadows Remain: Ethnic History of Whitney Pier

  • Item
  • 1980

Item is a report that features information about the Black, Jewish, Newfoundland and Eastern European communities in Whitney Pier. The report pays special attention to issues faced by the Black Quarter, including racism and out-migration, and features population statistics for the years 1961-1980. Part of the report also focuses on the establishment of St. Philip's African Orthodox Church (1921).

Sam Goodman and others

  • 81-1163-6243
  • Item
  • 1914-1918

Item is a negative of a portrait of Sam Gordon with some other Jewish immigrants.

Seven recent Jewish immigrants, six identified - Sam Gordon, Ike Green, Louis Gallon, Saul Epstein, Abe Jacobson, Dave Epstein

Shirley Chernin Collection

  • MG 21.5
  • 1901-2012

Collection consists of biographical and genealogical materials, correspondence and clippings, as well as photographs collected and maintained by Shirley Chernin. Collection also consists of correspondence, clippings and photographs, as well as administrative, financial and promotional materials relating to the Congregation Sons of Israel Synagogue in Glace Bay, the Kum-a-Haym in 2001, and the Cape Breton Chapters of the Canadian Hadassah-WIZO.