Clothing

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2006.28.001

Tie owned and worn by Murray Goldman, owner of Goldman and Son store, Vancouver, BC. Murray Goldman was born in Poland and raised in Montreal, Quebec, until he entered the armed forces in the Second World War. He was stationed in British Columbia and moved to Vancouver after he left the service. Goldman's entertaining marketing ploys, such as cutting his tie in half in a television ad promoting a half-price sale, contributed to his success as a menswear retailer and fashion leader.

Date: 
circa 1980s
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2006.27.001

Worn by David Tessler as member of the Vancouver Jewish Community Centre floor hockey team "the Junior Leafs."

Date: 
late 1970s
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2006.26.005

First Nations moccasins typical of souvenir goods sold at Lando's Ltd, "The House of Fine Furs" Vancouver, BC; owned by Harold Lando

Date: 
circa 1970s
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2006.25.001b

Men's sweater, Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA) B'nai B'rith youth group. Owned by David Segal, active member of AZA Totem 646.

Date: 
1950s
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2006.25.001a

Men's sweater, Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA) B'nai B'rith youth group. Owned by David Segal, active member of AZA Totem 646.

Date: 
1950s
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2006.22.001

Max and Mandel Dodek immigrated from Poland to Canada in the mid-1920s and moved to Vancouver in the mid-1930s. They established

Date: 
circa 1960s
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2006.18.003

Myer Franks' Masonic Apron. Since the 1960s, British Columbia's Jews have joined fraternal organizations that raise money for o

Date: 
Early to mid 20th century