Fonds PHO-383-386 (Box 600-1) - Gertrude and Samuel Pearlman fonds.

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Gertrude and Samuel Pearlman fonds.

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CMC PHO-383-386 (Box 600-1)

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  • [ca. 1908-1948], copied [ca. 1950] - 1993. (Creation)

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4 photographic images + other materials

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Gertrude Chaliff was born in Winnipeg in 1889, one of seven children born to Isaac and Clara Chaliff. Isaac Chaliff had emigrated from Russia in 1882. After a period working with the CPR he opened Retail stores on Winnipeg's Main Street and in Plum Coulee, Altona and MacGregor. Isaac Chaliff was a charter member of Sha'arey Zedek Synagogue in Winnipeg. Gertrude attended Norquay School in Winnipeg and in 1908 married Sam Pearlman, who had helped to manage her father's rural stores. The young couple moved to Regina where they opened Pearlman's Ladies Wear. Samuel and Gertrude had six children and some of their children and grand-children continued to operate Pearlman's Ladies Wear until the 1980s when the property was sold. Samuel was the first president of the organised Jewish community in Regina. Gertrude served as president of the ladies auxiliary and was active with many charitable groups.

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Items were donated to the Costume Museum by Etta Hyman [a daughter of Gertrude and Samuel Pearlman] in 1993.

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Items consist of 2 black and white copy photographs of earlier photographs of Gertrude (Chaliff) Pearlman as a young woman, ca. 1908. Also include here are a photocopy of an older photograph of Lyle Pearlman, son of Gertrude and Samuel (born March 1, 1910) aged approximately 16 years and a photocopy of a 1948 photograph of baby Jack R. Hyman with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Hyman. A 1925-26 brochure for Pearlman's Store is also found here.

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No use or reproduction without prior permission.

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