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  THE BURAK-GNIAZDOWICZ WING 

Third Floor

 

The Philip and Lottie Burack Room

A BURACK AFFAIR

cir 1950s

 

Seated, clockwise: Chatzkel Burack, Dora and Max Burack,

Phil and Bertha Sheff, Flora and Harry Ness, Lottie, Adele and Phil Burack

 

Phil, the youngest child of Chatzkel and Lena Burack, was the only child to move out of the state of Connecticut after he got married. He attended Fordham University and earned a law degree. Phil's wife Lottie (nee Berger), originally a school teacher, later decided to become an attorney too and did so. Their law firm, known as "Burack & Burack," was located in New York City, NY.

 

Phil was also instrumental in filing a form for my uncle Sam Burack that would have prevented him from ever being deported back to Poland, had the possibility ever arose. He had also helped my Burack family at other times with regards to other legal affairs.



 

 

The Chatzkel and Lena Burack Room
The Max and Dora 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

 

 


 



 

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