Evelyn’s family fits into the Jewish community in Glasgow
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INT: And did your parents mix with other Jewish people here?
E.S: Yes. The first thing my mother did was to phone Rabbi Rubinstein.
INT: That’s the Giffnock Synagogue, that’s right?
E.S: At that time it was Clarkston.
INT: Ah I see.
E.S: And then he went to Giffnock. And became members of the Shul and made a lot of friends, all the Jewish friends through the Shul.
INT: Did you mix with other refugees?
E.S: Yes there was a big crowd of refugees at that time. We went to the refugee centre in Sauchiehall Street. I saw it on your [ the talk given the previous week]
INT: In Harvey’s photographs last week?
E.S: Yes, yes. And we met a lot of Jewish people because, you know…
INT: You felt more at home?