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  THE BURAK-GNIAZDOWICZ WING 

Third Floor

 

The Samuel and Edith Burack Room

A Day Out in New Haven

cir 1938

New Haven, Connecticut

 

left to right, back row: Edith, Sherman, and Sam Burack;

front row: Kenneth Burack and cousin Elaine Green

 

Sam Burack was a trolley conductor and bus driver in New Haven. He and his wife Edith had two children, Sherman and Kenneth. Sam was close to his father Chatzkel, living downstairs from him his entire life.

"As a child, I remember meeting my father while he was on his bus route, so I could bring him his lunch. Then I would ride on the bus 'til the end of the line, and then I would help him turn back the seats on the trolley." - son Kenneth
 

 

 

The Chatzkel and Lena Burack Room
The Max and Dora 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

 

 

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