Fremantle Stuff > authors > Eric Silbert (1922-) Click/tap on images for larger size.
Silbert, Eric, Dinkum Mishpochah, Artlook Books, Perth, 1981.
Extract attached to Hutchison's history of Fremantle Park + the second page (they are images, not text - I should fix that).
Silbert, Eric 1999, 'Jewish personalities of Fremantle', Fremantle Studies, 1: 77-91.
Page for Barney Silbert, Eric's father, including info about 55 Ellen Street, the house that Barney built.
Bio in Fremantle Studies 1, 1999:
Eric Silbert AM, DFCMC (Poland), JP was born in Fremantle in 1922. He worked in his family’s business until he and his brother took it over after the second World War. The business was ﬁnally sold to Betts and Betts and Eric managed their Fremantle store.
During the war, he served in the RAAF in the Bomber Command RAF and the Elite Pathﬁnder Force. As well as helping his wife Joan raise their family of four, Eric has been an active member of his community including sporting clubs, local service associations, the Perth Council, the University of WA Senate and the Temple David Congregation.
Page for Keith Silbert (Eric's brother: 1917-2015) including obituary.
Fremantle Park history page.
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