The file consists of a volume of minutes of meetings of the Executive Committee of the Federation of Zionist Societies of Canada, and, as of 7 February 1921, of the National Administrative Council and the Executive Board of the Zionist Organization of Canada.
Records are in good condition; spine of minutes book brittle and damaged.
The file consists of programme director's activity reports, expense reports, notices, agendas of meetings and meeting attendance lists, general correspondence and information regarding the summer camps that are owned and operated by the Zionist Organization of Canada. These camps include: Biluim Canada; Hagshamah; Hatikvah; Kadima; Massad; Shachar; Shalom and Solelim. These summer camps are co-sponsored by Canadian Young Judaea and Hadassah-Wizo.
This file consists of correspondence with S.A. Abella, who served as Secretary for the Mizrachi Organization of Toronto. Also included is a 1940 election notice for the Mizrachi Organization of Toronto and a letter to Katz from the Toronto Jewish Old Folks Home.
This file consists of correspondence with S.A. Abella, who served as Secretary for the Mizrachi Organization of Toronto. Also included are two letters from Katz acknowledging donations and a personal letter from Katz.
This file consists of correspondence with Associated Hebrew Schools of Toronto regarding the Talmud Torah Building Campaign. Included is a program from graduation exercises held December 1952, pledge cards from the building campaign, a list of fund-raisers and a Hebrew Almanac form 5720 (1959-1960).
This file consists of written material designed to publicize and fund-raise on behalf of the Rabbi Meyer Berlin Forest project. Included are written correspondence, publicity brochures, donation sheets and letters to fund-raisers and donors.
This file consists of a copy of the Deed for Beth Jacob (1922), a signed agreement for the mortgage for The Beth Jacob Congregation (1942), an agenda for The Kehilla of Toronto (1944) and statements of receipts and disbursement (1942-1943, 1954-1955).
This file consists of correspondence to and from Bronte, Ontario. Included are letters concerning maintenance of Katz's cottage, a local election, and a request for medication from a doctor at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
This file consists of letters from Katz, Chairman Executive Committee, Mizrachi Organization of Canada with Gedaliah Bublick of Brooklyn, N.Y. Also included is a delegate's credential for the Eighteen Annual Convention for the Mizrachi Organization of America held in Detroit, 1935.
This file consists of correspondence and notices issued by the Canadian Federation of Polish Jews. Katz served as a member of the National Executive and acted as a delegate to the conventions. Included are notices of meetings, reports concerning relief efforts and appeals for contributions.
This file consists of communication from the Canadian Jewish Congress. Included are: summary of proceedings from the Fourth National Assembly of Canadian Jewish Congress (1939), summary of correspondence received by Canadian Jewish Congress (1939), letters requesting representatives to attend the conference (1939), letter announcing Katz was elected to the National Executive (1939), a report of the activities of the war efforts committee of the Canadian Jewish Congress (1940), opening address from the Fifth Annual Regional Conference, a Hanukkah booklet in Yiddish, a notice to the Jewish community to avoid buying German coal (1939), a notice from the American Jewish Congress (1938), and a 1938 publication, The Anti-Nazi Bulletin.
This file consists of communication from the Canadian Jewish Congress. Included are: receipt for an ad in the Daily Hebrew Journal (1942), announcements of an upcoming lecture and list of lectures from the Institute of Jewish Studies (1940, 1942), periodical devoted to Jewish affairs (1942, in Polish), a poster published by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis, packet of ribbons with the insignia "I support United Jewish Welfare" (1942-1943), newspaper clipping (1942, in Yiddish), solicitation letter from High Rabbinical Jeshivah Sfath Emeth (1942), two wedding invitations (1942), invitation to honour Samuel Bronfman on the occasion of his fiftieth birthday (1941), printed speech presented by Samuel Bronfman, President of CJC (1941), communication with the Canadian Jewish Congress (e.g. announcements of meetings, meeting minutes, call to support the victory loan, a letter in support of the Greek War Relief Fund, a letter reporting vandalism of "Moncatta Library" at University College, London) and a list of delegates to the 5th Plenary Session.
This file consists of a report from the Educational and Cultural Committee of CJC Central Division, a resume bulletin published by the CJC listing a digest of books, pamphlets, magazines, newspapers and articles received at CJC Headquarters, a pastoral letter from the Chief Rabbi of Great Britain, J.H. Hertz, a letter from the Canadian Jewish Congress in support of the Victory Loan, and News Bulletins sent by United Jewish Refugee & War Relief Agencies (in Yiddish and English).
This file consists of meeting minutes from various committees of the Canadian Jewish Congress, including Refugee Committee Meeting, combined meeting Archives Committee of the CJC & Canadian Jewish Historical Society, National Dominion Council, Dominion Council, Executive Committee, Dominion Council and War Efforts Committee, Canadian Jewish Committee for Refugees Establishing Committee, Archives Committee,
This file consists of A Prospectus of Cultural Events arranged by Jewish organizations in Toronto, a notice of a Regional Executive Committee meeting, list of CJC representatives from across Canada, a copy of the resolutions adopted at the 10th Plenary Session of CJC and a summary of inter-office information sent to members of Dominion Council and community leaders.
This file consists of a letter from Canadian News inviting Katz to submit an ad and authorization from Katz to print an ad. Also included is an invitation to a general meeting and a letter from B'nai Zion Association.