Sub-series consists of textual and graphic material documenting the Men's Service Group's membership recruitment and recognition. Included are meeting notices and minutes, a report, correspondence, invitations, and a photograph.
Sub-series consists of textual and graphic material documenting the Women's Auxiliary's membership campaigns and membership. Included are meeting notices, agendas and minutes, membership lists, reports, correspondence, invitations, and photographs.
This file contains textual records relating to the Membership Committee of the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. The records include committee correspondence, membership cards, membership reports, meeting minutes and agendas and committee list.
Shomrai Shabbos was an orthodox congregation that was founded by Galician Jews in 1896. They originally met in a room on Richmond Street in Toronto. They purchased a building in 1899 on Chestnut Street which was once a mission church. The first rabbi was Rabbi Yosef Weinreb, who was hired in 1899 when the synagogue opened. He was the grandfather of Sol Edell. The synagogue was in several downtown locations until it moved to Glengrove Avenue in North York in 1966. The congregation has its own cemetery located on Jones Avenue in the east end of Toronto.
Scope and Content
File consists of a Shomrai Shabbos ledger listing membership dues and donations for the years 1923 to 1935. The ledger begins with a list of members whose names are written in Englsh and Yiddish. Each member is assigned a number. The ledger includes entries for close to 400 individuals. Each page is assigned a number which corresponds to the names listed in the front of the ledger. Each entry includes the name of the individual, address, as well as the dates of each payment made by the individual to the synagogue.
Ledger is in very poor condition and requires conservation attention. The spine cover is missing and thread binding is disintegrating, there is some mould damage to the cover and likely some of the pages, the leather corners on the cover are rotting, and there is considerable water damage to the cover and interior pages.
Toronto Section's executive historically incorporated five or six vice-presidents, each in charge of a portfolio made up of a group of related committees. The membership portfolio was responsible for the recruitment and retention of members.
Scope and Content
Sub-series documents the activities of the membership portfolio and its various committees, predominantly from the 1970s and 1980s. It consists of publicity material, resource handbooks, by-laws and photographs.
The file consists of correspondence between the book club and its members regarding the selections and special offers available from series of books. It also contains promotional flyers and leaflets sent to members.
File consists of photographs taken at the Women's Auxiliary's membership tea, which was held at Evelyn Librach's home. Identified in the photographs is (left to right): Esther Exton, Lillian Morgenthau, Evelyn Librach, and Tillie Goldberg (standing).
This file consists of membership cards belonging to Maurice Berg for Ajalon Lodge, the Gil Zimmerman Baby Minding Association, and as a registered delegate at the Eleventh National Convention of the Federation of Young Judaea of Canada.
The file consists of correspondence to members regarding the status of their book orders. It also contains pricing lists for books available to club members and promotional flyers that advertise books available to book club members.
9 photographs : b&w and col. ; 25 x 20 cm or smaller
Scope and Content
File consists of two Branch Membership Guides; 1970 and 1971-73 lists of names of Council members who are representatives to other organizations, and their corresponding organizations, a press cutting detailing Council's annual 1959 donor campaign, and 9 photographs of Council and potential Council members.
File consists of a photograph of a life membership tea that took place at Esther Exton's home. Identified in the photograph is (left to right): Mrs. Morris Rubenstein, Bluma Kogan (resident), and Mrs. Joseph Kleinstein.