Accession consists of photographs and oral history interviews created as part of the Prosserman JCC's Intergenerational Oral History Program. Interviews were conducted by CHAT and CHAR grade 9 students with seniors about their memories growing up in Toronto, particularly in the Kensington Market area. Clips from many of the interviews were used in the film, Shtetl in the City, which was created by the Prosserman JCC. The photographs depict the seniors with the students who interviewed them.
Included are interviews with the following people: Bunny Bergstein, Jetta Bergstein, Aaron Nussbaum, Barry Muroff, Bea Muroff, Bernice Shuster, Bill Mondrow, Brenda (Brindle) Burkes, David Bisgould, Fran Shaul, Fred Goren, Gerald Ziedenberg, Gerry Ross, Gertrude Ludwig, Gloria Roden, Helen Marks, Irene Fritz, Janet Page, Marvin Givertz, Miriam Beckerman, Nina Rezmovitz, Norm Solomon, Pauline Goldberg, Pauline Ross, Rene Daiter, Ruth Cohen, Sandy Greenberg, and Sydney Moscoe.
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Related Material Note: A copy of Shtetl in the City is in the OJA's library