Emma Bader Glickman (1905-1992)

Emma Bader Glickman was born March 23, 1905 in Portland, Oregon. Emma’s father lived in Dublin, Ireland and Winnipeg, Canada before moving to Portland. Her mother came from Germany and lived in a number of places in the US before settling in Seattle. She eventually moved to Portland, where met and married Emma's father in 1904. Her father had a bakery, which later became the famous Mr. Mosler’s Bakery. Emma grew up in Old South Portland, attended the Neighborhood House for kindergarten, Failing School, and Lincoln High School, and was involved in the Jewish Community Center. After high school she worked at the Gas Company until she married Ruben Glickman whose family immigrated from Poland when he was three. 

Emma died on June 29, 1992. 

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