Marjorie Groberman fonds

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Object id: 
L.18462

Black and white photograph depicts Marjorie Groberman speaking at a Hadassah-WIZO event.

Date: 
[ca. 1945]
Source: 
Barnett, Hildy
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Object id: 
L.18461

Black and white photograph depicts, L-R: Mayor (of Jerusalem) Teddy Kollek, Marjorie Groberman, and Mrs. Hyman Wisenthal.

Date: 
[ca. 1970]
Source: 
Barnett, Hildy
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Object id: 
L.18460

Black and white portrait of Marjorie Groberman (nee Frome).

Date: 
[ca. 1945]
Source: 
Barnett, Hildy
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Object id: 
L.18459

Black and white photograph depicts the National Furniture store with a sign that reads: "opening specials". National Furniture was opened by Morris Groberman, the father of Cyril, Sidney, Jack, Alfie and Cecil (all worked in the store with their father); they also had another store in New Westminister. National Furniture was sold in 1962 to the Gelmon's.

Date: 
[ca. 1950]
Source: 
Barnett, Hildy
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Object id: 
L.18458

Black and white portrait of Marjorie Groberman (nee Frome) and her brother Alan Frome.

Date: 
[ca. 1932]
Source: 
Barnett, Hildy
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Object id: 
L.18457

Black and white portrait of Marjorie Groberman (nee Frome) and her brother Alan Frome.

Date: 
[ca. 1929]
Source: 
Barnett, Hildy
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Object id: 
L.18456

Black and white portrait of the parents of Marjorie Groberman (nee Frome), Harry and Betty (Babe) Frome.

Date: 
[ca. 1940]
Source: 
Barnett, Hildy
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Object id: 
L.18455

Black and white portrait of Marjorie Groberman (nee Frome) as a child on postcard stock.

Date: 
[ca. 1922]
Source: 
Barnett, Hildy
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Object id: 
L.16333

1 b&w print of group standing at an airport. Back row, L-R; Bea Goldberg, Lionel Shapiro, Alvin Narod, Marjorie Groberman , Mr. Checov, Mrs. Checov. Front row, L-R; ?, ?, Dave Silvers.

Date: 
[1964]
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Object id: 
L.16332

1 b&w print of a banquet, purpose unknown. L-R; Blossom Wine, Molly Picon,Marjorie Groberman, ?, Bea Goldberg, Jacob Kalich, Molly Picon's husband.

Date: 
[c.1950]