Fonds jhse-169 - Nozick family fonds

Mandle and Norma Nozick 55th Anniversary. Mandle Nozick as a child. Norma Faintuch Nozick as a child. Norma in front of drugstore. Mandle and Norma Nozick Wedding Photo Shaw-Newhouse Passsover Seder. Leo Nozick in British Palestine. The Shaws and Newhouses. Presentation of Menorah Curling Club Cheque. Jewish group at the Barn Ballroom.

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Nozick family fonds

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JHSE jhse-169

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  • 1921-2002 (Creation)
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    Nozick (family)

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7 p. textual records and other materials

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Leo S. Nozick, born in 1899 in Mundare, Alberta, (d. 1959)joined the Jewish Legion in Palestine at the age of 17 in 1916, and served under Trumpledore. On January 25, 1921, he married Evelyn Shaw (d. 1994)of Vegreville, daughter of Mr. B. Shaw. Their son Mandle Nozick was born in Vegreville in 1922. He married Norma Faintuch (born Aug. 6, 1921) of Winnipeg, daughter of Solomon Faintuch and Golda Stein. Norma was active for many years in Edmonton Hadassah-WIZO, and was honoured as "Woman of the Year." Mandle graduated from the University of Alberta, and worked in the insurance business. He was involved in B'nai Brith Edmonton Lodge and served as Vice President of JAHSENA. Mandle and Norma have two daughters, Myra Lee Smolnicky and Hanita Dagan.

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The fonds consists of some newspaper clippings and invitations, 8 photographs, 4 digital photographs and one audiocassette, and one B'nai Brith Menorah Curling trophy, as well as one prayer book, dating from 1921-2002.

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Includes 8 photographs, 1 audiocassette, 1 trophy and 1 bound volume.

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The material was donated by Mandle Nozick in 2002.

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  • The material is in English.

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Additional material may be found in the Shaw/Newhouse and Bloomfield family fonds.<br><br>Record No. NOZ.02.1<br><br>

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