File MS-2-800, SF Box 89, Folder 2 - Scrapbook of memorabilia and photographs collected by Ruth Goodman

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Scrapbook of memorabilia and photographs collected by Ruth Goodman

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MS-2-800, SF Box 89, Folder 2

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  • [ca. 1936-2015, bulk 1936-1937] (Creation)
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    Pink, Ruth Marilyn (Goodman)

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18 p. of textual records : b&w photographs ; 19 x 29 cm

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(1915-2014)

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Ruth Marilyn Goodman was born on May 23, 1915 to Jeanette and Solomon Goodman and had three sisters named Rose, Edith, and Annetta. She attended Dalhousie University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in 1936. She married lawyer Irving Pink (B.A. 1934, LL.B. 1936) and had four sons named Steven, Joel, Ronald, and Darrel. Pink lived in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, where she supported the YMCA and the Yarmouth Hospital with fundraising campaigns. She was also active in the Jewish community, serving as National Vice President of Hadassah WIZO Canada. In Yarmouth, Pink was known as a gardener and a potter among other hobbies. The Irving and Ruth Pink Award for Youth Development and Social Justice was first awarded in 2016 to celebrate Irving and Ruth Pink’s legacy of public service and advocacy. Pink passed away on October 13, 2014.

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File contains a scrapbook assembled by Ruth Marilyn (Goodman) Pink during her graduation from Dalhousie University and for some time afterwards. The scrapbook contains musical programs from the Dalhousie Glee Club and local orchestras; programs and other material from Dalhousie convocation ceremonies in 1936; telegrams and greeting cards sent to Goodman for her graduation; remnants of flowers; dance cards; place cards with attached pencils; menus; a Valentine card and other greeting cards; and other memorabilia from events at Dalhousie and in other places around Nova Scotia. The scrapbook also contains photographs of Ruth Goodman; Rose Goodman; Jeanette Goodman; Dalhousie gradautes in 1936; unidentified family and friends; White Point Beach; the Annapolis Valley; Pictou Lodge; Sydney; and other locations in Nova Scotia. A computer printout of an obituary for Alice Simensky (1918-2015) is tucked in the back of the scrapbook.

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