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  THE BURAK-GNIAZDOWICZ WING 
 Second Floor

 

The Max and Dora Burack Room

Dora and Max Burack
New Haven, Connecticut

cir 1913

 

Max was the oldest son of Chatzkel and Lena. He immigrated to the United States with his mother in 1894 from Russian Poland. He and Dora married in 1913, the year before his cousin, my grandmother, Flora Burak, married. Max and Dora had four boys: Morton, David, Leonard and Arnold.

 

Max worked as a plumber and owned his own business in New Haven, Connecticut. He and Dora owned their own home, where they often held family gatherings. They eventually retired to Miami, Florida, where they spent the rest of their days.


The Chatzkel and Lena Burack Room

The Samuel and Edith Burack Room

The Bertha and Philip Sheff Room

The Joseph and Tillie Burack Room

The Meyer and Rose Burack Room

The Philip and Lottie Burack Room

A Day at the Zoo with the Buracks


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 



 

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