The Kasanovich Family
Edmund Kasanovich immigrated from ______ Toronto, Canada in ________. By 1911, he was renting a room in the home of Ruven Henkin and his family, which included Ruven's younger sister, Anna.
On _________, 1912, Anna and Edmund married.
(Did Edmund become a Canadian citizen?)
Edmund had a printing business with his brother ________.
Around 1918, during World War I, all the Henkin family and their spouses moved to Detroit to avoid being drafted into the Canadian army. They moved back around 1920, but by 1922 Anna convinced everyone else that Canada was COLD! and California was WARM. In early 1923, everyone moved to Los Angeles.
Edmund began his printing business again.
Edmund and Anna had ______ children: Lee, Mel, Shirley, and ________.