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Accession Number
2012-2-5
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2012-2-5
Material Format
text
Physical Description
1 folder of textual records
Date
1942-1967
Scope and Content
Accession consists of two Hadassah Daughter of Israel Chapter cookbooks from Timmins, Ontario (1960, 1967) and the Book of Jewish Recipes published by the Jewish Standard and edited by Tina Lohman (1942).
Custodial History
The provenance and custodial history for these items is unknown.
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2012-9-6
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2012-9-6
Material Format
text
Physical Description
1 folder of textual records
Date
[ca. 1952]-[ca. 1962]
Scope and Content
Accession consists of a Hadassah Naomi Chapter cookbook, 3rd ed., published around 1952. The cookbook was originally owned by Evelyn (Quitt) Drutz and also contain handwritten recipes and inserted copies of recipes from various newspapers and magazines.
Custodial History
The cookbook was in the possession of Mark Drutz, the son of Evelyn (Quitt) Drutz.
Administrative History
Mark Drutz is the youngest child of Harold (Hymie) and Evelyn Sandra (Quitt) Drutz. Harold (1913-1998) was born to Phillip (Fyvish) and Annie Drutz of Russia. In 1946 he married Evelyn Quitt (1924-1999), the daughter of Samuel (1891-?) and Bertha (1890-1953) Quitt, also of Russia. They had two children: Paul, who ultimately succumbed to AIDS (1947-1994) and Mark (aka Donald, 1951-). Evelyn and Harold also helped to raise Paul's son and their grandchild, Ezra Matthew (1975-).
Harold worked in the garment trade as a pattern cutter and also served in the Canadian Medical Corps during the Second World War. He was one of 7 children, his siblings being: Meyer, Daniel, Harry (Drue), David, Pauline and Mollie (Simmons). Evelyn was one of 5 chidren, her siblings being: Estelle (Drue - married Harold's brother Harry), Rivka (Smolkin), Gordon (Gerhson), and Beverley (Brown).
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2013-6-2
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2013-6-2
Material Format
textual record
text
Physical Description
30 cm of textual records
7 books
Date
1966-1974
Scope and Content
Accession consists of several copies of the Canadian Jewish Review, the Chronicle Review and the Canadian Jewish Chronicle Review. Also included is an Ottawa Jewish bulletin and several books.
Custodial History
Records were in the possession of Stanley Shankman.
Administrative History
Stanley Shankman was the former owner of the Canadian Jewish Chronicle Review. He purchased the Canadian Jewish Chronicle (est. 1914, successor to the Jewish Times, est 1897) in Montreal in 1962 when it was experiencing financial difficulties. Max Melamet was his first editor. He later purchased the Canadian Jewish Review (est. 1921) and combined the two publications into one: the Candian Jewish Chronicle Review (ca. 1967), which published editions in both Montreal and Toronto. Carol Frilegh was the paper's first edtor.
When Ray Wolfe, Donald Carr and Charles Bronfman purchased the Candian Jewish News from M. J. Nurenberger, Shankman sold them the Candian Jewish Chronicle Review to incorporate into one community paper serving the two cities.
Subjects
Newspapers
Name Access
Shankman, Stanley
Canadian Jewish Chronicle Review
Canadian Jewish Review
Canadian Jewish Chronicle
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2014-2-10
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2014-2-10
Material Format
text
textual record
graphic material
Physical Description
30 cm of textual records and graphic material
Date
[194-]-[199-]
Scope and Content
Accession consists of records related to the activities of Canadian Young Judaea, as well as a small amount of Ajalon Lodge records that belonged to former member Maurice Berg. Berg was also involved in Young Judaea through the Zionist Organization of Canada. Included are CYJ photo albums documenting various social events as well as several Kinus (1950s-1990s); correspondence, newsletters and reports (1960s-1990s); a CYJ alumni reunion book; Hanoar Hatzioni newsletters (1976-1992); meeting minutes, reports and the constitution (1940s-1960s); two books about A.M. Klein; Ajalon Lodge photo albums and tour of Israel photographs (1960s-1980s, 1979); as well as one pencil drawing of Maurice Berg (1977).
Subjects
Recreation
Zionism
Name Access
Berg, Maurice, 1913-1993
Canadian Young Judaea
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2014-9-3
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2014-9-3
Material Format
graphic material (electronic)
architectural drawing (electronic)
textual record (electronic)
Physical Description
ca. 30 photographs (tiff)
ca. 15 architectural drawings (tiff)
3 textual records (pdf)
Date
[1945?]-[ca. 1990]
Scope and Content
Accession consists of photographs and architectural drawings documenting Jaime Levy-Bencheton's architectural career in Ontario and Morocco. The bulk of the material relates to projects Levy-Bencheton designed while working for the Government of Ontario including: a greenhouse for the Ontario Science Centre, OPP Headquarters building in London, ON, Rideau Correctional Centre, and Chestnut Hill (Southwestern Ontario regional archaeological office). Also included are architectutal drawings and photographs related to Levy-Bencheton's private practices in Morocco and Toronto and work for architect Martin Mendelow.
Administrative History
Jaime Levy-Bencheton was born on July 6, 1918 in Casablanca, Morocco. Jaime started a private architectural practice in Morocco in 1945. He immigrated to Canada in 1963 and initially found work with the architect Martin Mendelow. In 1965, he started working for the Government of Ontario's Department of Public Works as a draftsman. Starting in 1969, he worked for the Ministry of Government Services as an architectural job captain until his retirement in 1985. During his career Levy-Bencheton specialized in designing facilities for the handicapped and worked on a variety of buildings across Ontario including, industrial, institutional, and office use buildings. In his retirement, Levy-Bencheton became devoted to the study of the Bible and creating Jewish religious art.
Subjects
Architects
Occupations
Name Access
Levy-Bencheton, Jaime, 1918-
Places
Casablanca, Morocco
Toronto, Ont.
Source
Archival Accessions
Part Of
Canadian Jewish Congress, Ontario Region fonds
Committee meeting agendas, minutes, reports and correspondence series
Level
Series
Fonds
17
Series
1
Material Format
textual record
graphic material
text
Date
1948-1998
Physical Description
ca. 3.3 metres of textual records
14 photographs
1 book
Scope and Content
Series consists of the correspondence, minutes, agendas, and reports of a wide variety of committees of the Canadian Jewish Congress. The bulk of the material relates to the CJC National and Ontario region executive committees, officers' committees, and plenary arrangements committees. Additional records relate to committees concerned with such topics as, small Jewish communities, culture, Holocaust remembrance, student campus services, education, finance and fundraising, kashruth, and Israel.
Notes
Files created by the United Jewish Relief Agencies have been removed and may now be found within Fonds 17, Series 4.
Files created by the Committee for Soviet Jewry have been removed and may now be found within Fonds 17, Series 3
Files created by the Joint Community Relations Committee have been removed and may now be found within fonds 17, Series 5.
Access Restriction
Partially closed. Some records are closed for conservation reasons.
Records in off-site storage; advance notice required to view.
Source
Archival Descriptions
Accession Number
1985-11-11
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
1985-11-11
Material Format
object
graphic material
textual record
text
Physical Description
47 artifacts
6 cm of textual records
1 photograph : b&w ; 20 x 77 cm
Date
1925-[198?]
Scope and Content
Accession consists of textual records, predominantly clippings, from a scrapbook that has been dissassembled. The clippings date from the 1920s through the 1980s and relate to sports, politics, the Toronto Boys' Municipal Council, and Joe Goodman's trucking business. There is also one file of personal correspondence and Goodman's certificate for his Canada Centennial Medal.
The accession also contains one photograph: a panoramic photograph of the Toronto Boys' Municipal Council from 1930. Individuals are identified on the photograph.
The artifacts in the accession include: various ribbons, crests, and badges associated with athletic prowess. Some were given at the Canadian National Exhibition track. These honours were given for sports: rugby, wrestling, and boxing.
Wrestling Clarkson AA medal awarded to Joe Goodman. -- 28 January 1932. -- 1 medal : sterling silver ; 2 cm in diam. -- Manufacturer: Recdos Sterling. -- A sterling silver medal-pendant with an image of two men wrestling on one side and an engraving on the other side In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Wrestling City Championships medal awarded to Joe Goodman. -- 1932. -- 1 medal : sterling silver ; 3 x 2.5 cm. -- A sterling medallion with two men wrestling on one side and an engraving on the other. In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Ontario Championship Second Place medal awarded to Joe Goodman. -- 1930. -- 1 medal : sterling silver ; 3.5 x 2.5 cm. -- Manufacturer: Ellis Bros. -- Sterling silver medal with two men wrestling in a circular mound, with an engraving on the other side In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Central "Y" Wrestling First Place medal awarded to Joe Goodman. -- 1930. -- 1 medal : silver ; 2.5 x 1.5 cm; 1 ribbon : textile, red, white and blue. -- Manufacturer: Bailey Sterling. -- Silver medal with the emblem of two men wrestling mounted onto the base There is an engraving on the other side and a blue, red and white ribbon attached to the clasp In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Central Y.M.C.A Team medal awarded to Joe Goodman. -- 1929-1930. -- 1 medal : silver ; 3 x 2.5 cm. -- Manufacturer: Bailey Sterling. -- A silver medal with a leaf branches bordering the emblem of 2 men wrestling and an inscription at the bottom and on the other side. In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
J.Goodman Wrestling medal awarded to Joe Goodman. -- [ca. 1930]. -- 1 medal : silver ; 3 x 2 cm. -- Manufacturer: Bailey Sterling. -- Medal is decorated with various patterns along the edges, and borders two men wrestling in a circle. "J.Goodman" is engraved on the back In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Rugby league President medal awarded to Joe Goodman. -- 1929. -- 1 medal : copper, brown, white and blue ; 3 x 4 cm. -- A diamond shaped medal with a pattern along the border. In it is another border (white and blue), inside of which, is an image of a man playing rugby. The other side has an inscription. In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Green River Boosters pin. -- [ca. 1930s]. -- 1 pin : copper, green, blue and gold ; 1 cm in diam. -- A tiny circular pin with a blue border and gold writing along the border with a picture of a landscape in the center. In good condition, but some of the paint on the pin is coming off. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Toronto City Playgrounds medals given to Joe Goodman. -- 1926 (2) and 1925 (1). - - 2 medals : copper ; 2.5 cm in diam.; 1 medal : silver, beige ; 2.5 cm in diam.; 1 ribbon : textile, red, white and blue. -- Manufacturer: Trophy Craft Sterling. -- 2 copper, one silver medals. "Toronto City Playgrounds" written along the border with different images embossed in the center. One of a man playing basketball, one of two men wrestling, one of a man running. On the back is the City Playgrounds logo an an inscription of the year. One of the copper medals has a blue, red and white ribbon weaves through the clasp. In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Boys Council Swim medal. -- [ca. 1930]. -- 1 medal : silver ; 3.5 x 3 cm. -- Manufacturer: Bailey Sterling. -- A silver medal with an engraving bordering a welded image of a man swimming. On the opposite side is an image of an ancient Rome or Greek character In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Toronto Public School Board medal given to Joe Goodman. -- [ca. 1930]. -- 1 medal : copper ; 3.5 cm in diam. -- A copper coin with an intricate emblem on one side bordered by maple leaf carvings. In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Medal given to Joe Goodman from the Toronto Public School Board. -- [ca. 1930]. - - 1 medal : copper ; 3 cm in diam. -- A copper medal with the Toronto Public School Board emblem on one side and an inscription on the other side. In good condition, a bit tarnished. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Ostrovtzer Independent Sick Benefit Society pin. -- [ca. 1930]. -- 1 pin : metal, blue, white and gold, crest shaped ; 1 cm in length. -- A tiny pin in the shape of a shield, half being white and half blue, with gold writing. In good condition, but some of the paint is falling off. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Gold menorah pin. -- [ca. 1930]. -- 1 pin : gold, menorah shaped ; 1 cm In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Gold menorah pin with blue background. -- [ca. 1930]. -- 1 pin : gold, blue and gold, square ; 1.5 x 1.5 cm. -- A gold menorah mounted on a blue background with a gold border. In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
MTC pin. -- [ca. 1930]. -- 1 pin : gold, red and gold, circular ; 1.5 cm in diam. -- Red circular pin with the letters MTC in gold, and a gold border In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Toronto Boy Municipal Council pin. -- 1930. -- 1 pin : metal, white, gold and blue ; 1.5 cm. -- A blue and white oval pin with gold writing and a picture of a clock tower in the center In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Boy Scouts medal. -- [prob. 1930]. -- 1 medal : gold, gold and black, dog shaped ; 1.5 cm. -- A gold medal in the shape of the face of a dog with a black banner in front of his mouth that reads "Boy Scouts" . A stand in the shape of a crescent holds up this medal In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Boy Council Athletic Day medal. -- 1929. -- 1 medal : metal, gold, rectangular ; 3.5 cm. -- A gold medal with a picture of a Greek god standing in a toga holding a branch in one hand and resting on the TBMC emblem. In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Toronto Municipal Boys Council 1927 Championship medal. -- 1927. -- 1 medal : metal, gold ; 3 cm. -- Manufacturer: TrophyCraft. -- An engraving of the words "The Toronto Boy Municipal Council" borders an engraving of a clock tower. On the other side is another engraving. In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Toronto Boy Municipal Council Ontario Championships medal. -- 1927-1930. -- 1 medal : metal, silver, oval ; 1.5 cm. -- There is an image of a clock tower on one side and engraving on the other In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Toronto Boy Municipal Council Boys Championship medal. -- [prob. 1930]. -- 1 medal : copper, oval ; 1.5 cm. -- A copper emblem of the T.B.M.C with an engraving on the other side In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Toronto Boy Municipal Council Boys Week medals. -- 3-10 June 1922. -- 2 medals : copper, oval ; 1.5 cm; 1 ribbon : textile, blue In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Toronto Boy Municipal Council medal. -- 1930. -- 1 medal : metal, gold ; 1.5 cm; 1 pin : metal and textile, gold, blue and red. -- A red ribbon hangs from a rectangular pin that says "official". From the ribbon hangs the medal with the TBMC emblem on it In good condition. Current location: PacArt, Box 16.
Administrative History
Joe Goodman, born 1912, was a member of the council when he was 19-20. He won a number of medals, pins and ribbons that are a testament to his involvement and athletic participation.
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
1985-5-12
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
1985-5-12
Material Format
text
Physical Description
6 volumes
Date
1928-1960
Scope and Content
Accession consists of various issues of the Naomi Chapter cook book. The 1928 and 1934 issues contain handwritten notes, newsclippings, and marginalia.
Custodial History
The 1928 cookbook (and possibly the others) belonged to Helen Merker Stanway (her last name was previously Steinberg before it was changed to Stanway). The donor saw the book for sale at her friend's garage sale and took it for the OJA. Her friend was the daughter of Helen.
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Subjects
Community cookbooks
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
1980-2-2
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
1980-2-2
Material Format
text
graphic material
Physical Description
15 cm of textual records and other material
Date
1940-1962
Scope and Content
Accession consists of material documenting the Workmen's Circle (Arbeiter Ring). Included are: three architectural drawings of the summer cottage for Camp Yunvelt (Pickering, Ont.); two group portraits (one with identification and one without); a bound periodical/journal from 1935; a hardcopy of Fertsik yor arbeter-ring: a geshikhte in bilder (English: Forty Years Workmen's Circle: A History in Pictures) put out by the National Executive Committee of the Workmen's Circle in 1940; a bound periodical/journal of Kultur un dertsiung (English: Culture and Education) for the year 1942; a bound periodical/journal of Der freynd (English: The Friend) for the year 1942; a booklet by Rev. Nathan Stolnitz's titled Some of the Numerous Comments and Reviews on Music in Jewish Life (1957?); a newspaper clipping titled "A bukh vom oyngt" (English: A Book That Opens) that was published in 1957; a hardcopy of Workmen's Circle, Pioneers and Builders put out by the Workmen's Circle Pioneers and Builders Committee in 1962; and two other Yiddish-language publications that have not been identified.
Administrative History
The Workmen's Circle (Yiddish: Arbeiter Ring) was founded in the United States by Jewish immigrants in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Circle branches were established in Canada in Montreal and Toronto in 1907 and 1908. In 1917, the Toronto branches incorporated as nonprofit organization called the Arbeiter Ring. The organization celebrated its centenery in 2017.
Descriptive Notes
Language: Most of the material in the accession is in Yiddish. The drawings are in English and a few of the publications are in English and Yiddish.
Subjects
Camps
Cottages
Nonprofit organizations
Name Access
Workmen's Circle (Toronto, Ont.)
Places
Pickering (Ont.)
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2006-4-1
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2006-4-1
Material Format
text
Physical Description
4 texts
Date
1935-2000
Scope and Content
Accession consists of 4 books of poetry written by Morris J. Granite / Morris Granatstein including Street Corners (1935), My City Lodz (1995), Welcome to the Year 2000 (1999), and Toronto, My City (2000).
Administrative History
Morris J. Granite was born in 1911 in Lodz, Poland. His parents had a small business dyeing textiles, which they operated out of their apartment on Constantinouska Street, Lodz. His father's family originally came from Glowaszow in Radom, Poland.
In 1926, the family immigrated to Toronto. During the Great Depression, he worked in Toronto, New York City and Philadelphia as a waiter, power press operator, construction worker and teacher at Hebrew and Yiddish schools. Morris served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War. He later worked as a teacher and draftsman in his early years and then as a builder in his middle to later years. The buildings and homes that he worked on still stand in Cuba, Detroit and Toronto.
He served as president of the Jewish Public Library, editor of the Canadian Jewish Outlook, and as a member of the League of Canadian Poets. He was also a major supporter of artistic and progressive causes.
Throughout his life, he possessed a true passion for the written word. He published many articles and poems in literary magazines. He also produced four books of poetry: Street Corners (1935), My City Lodz (1995), Welcome to the Year 2000 (1999), and Toronto, My City (2000). At first, he published under the name Granite and later relied on Granatstein as his surname for his last three books.
He had one daugher, Ettie and two grandchildren. His long-time companion was Barbara Moore.
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2007-9-2
Source
Archival Accessions
Accession Number
2007-9-2
Material Format
graphic material (electronic)
textual record (electronic)
architectural drawing (electronic)
Physical Description
37 photographs : b&w and col. (jpg) + 2 identification keys
16 documents (28 jpgs)
2 architectural drawings (jpg)
Date
[189-]-2004
Scope and Content
Accession consists of scanned copies of original records documenting the Jewish community in Cornwall. The records relate to various individuals in the community, including the donor, as well as organizations such as B'nai Brith, Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, and the Beth-El Congregation. The items include scans of cemetery plans, burial certificates, photographs, meeting minutes, memorial books and various legal documents.
Photographs are as follows:
01. 60th Anniversary of D-Day Programme.
02. Abe and Rose Goldhamer, Long Sault Rapids before the seaway, ca. 1941.
03. Al Burnes in uniform. Al lived in Cornwall and moved to Toronto, [between 1939 and 1945].
04. Archie Dover, first person buried in the new cemetery, pg. 1, 1962.
05. Archie Dover, first person buried in the new cemetery, pg. 2, 1962.
06. Beth El Synagogue, exterior, nd.
07. Beth El Synagogue, interior, nd.
08. Birdie Phillips Miller.
09. B’nai Brith, ca. 1961. [obverse]
10. B’nai Brith, ca. 1961. [reverse]
11. B’nai Brith entertaining seniors from Glen Stor Dun Lodge, 1964.
12. B’nai Brith girls temporary charter, 1967.
13. B’nai Brith Youth Organization temporary charter, 1967.
14. Boys playing hockey behind the shul, 1930s. Back row, left to right: unidentified, Jack Abrugov, Murray Berns, Julius Kolomier. Front row, left to right: unidentified, Jack Goldhamer, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified.
15. Braham Goldhamer on piano.
16. Cemetery plan from office of LP Stidwill, civil engineer and Ontario land surveyor, April 18 1958.
17. Cemetery plan, nd.
18. Construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway, Robert Saunders Dam, 1957.
19. B’nai Brith emergency meeting minutes, 1967.
20. Entertainer, Helen Goldhamer and her father, Julius Miller.
21. General meeting regarding building of the synagogue, pg. 1, Oct. 5, 1924.
22. General meeting regarding building of the synagogue, pg. 2, Oct. 5, 1924.
23. B’nai Brith Cornwall Lodge, 1961. [obverse] Pictured are, Standing left to right: Moe Helperin, Peter Solway, Oscar Niduvitch, Louis Dubinsky, Alex Abugor, Sam Nyman, Moe Schulman, Bernard Miller, I. Martin, Saul Schulman. Seated left to right: Mark Goldhamer, Sam Smolkin, Saul Kaye, Mrs. Eddie Cantor (guest speaker), Rabbi Matts, Julius Miller.
24. B’nai Brith Cornwall Lodge, 1961. [reverse]
25. Hebrew School, ca. 1958.
26. Helen, Mark and Brham Goldhamer, ca. 1958.
27. Helen Goldhamer on the St. Lawrence just west of Cornwall.
28. Helen Goldhamer speaking.
29. Helen Goldhamer thanking guest speaker.
30. Joel Horovitz, Bar Mitzvah programme, 1954.
31. Julius Miller and daughter Helen Goldhamer with father Moses Miller (seated) and grandson Braham Goldhamer at age 2.
32. Julius Miller and wife Birdie in front of their furniture company’s first truck, ca. 1946.
33. Julius Miller Grove invitation to ceremony, 1969.
34. Julius Miller Grove letter, 1969.
35. Julius Miller Grove plaque, ca. 1969.
36. [Phillips family?], ca. 1900.
37. Annette Phillips and Mary Phillips, ca. 1948.
38. Julius Miller presented with a pin by Mrs. Eddie Cantor at an Israel Bonds drive, 1961.
39. Nathan Phillips with unidentified boy.
40. Left to right: Annette Phillips, Mary Phillips, Birdie Phillips Miller and Riva Phillips, 1940s.
41. Left to right: Archie Dover, Julius Miller and Rabbi Lewin at the Memory Board dedication.
42. Left to right: Helen Goldhamer, Sarah Vineberg, Mrs. M. Phillips, Birdie Phillips Miller, Annette Phillips, ca. 1938.
43. Succot. Left to right: Margot Miller, Jack Miller and Braham Goldhamer, ca. 1956.
44. Left to right: Mark Goldhamer, Iruim Thaw, Saul Schulman and guest speaker, ca. 1961.
45. Nathan and Sam Phillips, ca. 1920.
46. Legal letter regarding the deed to the cemetery, pg. 1, 1929.
47. Legal letter regarding the deed to the cemetery, pg. 2, 1929.
48. Markus Goldhamer RCAF discharge papers, pg. 1, 1945.
49. Markus Goldhamer RCAF discharge papers, pg. 2, 1945.
50. Markus Goldhamer RCAF photo, Second World War.
51. Mary Phillips, life member of Hadassah-WIZO card, April 5, 1954.
52. Memorial book, pg. 1, 1926.
53. Memorial book, pg. 2, 1926.
54. Memorial book, pg. 3, 1926.
55. Memorial book, pg. 4, 1926.
56. Memory board.
57. Moses Miller.
58. Original minutes forming the B’nai Brith chapter in Cornwall, pg. 1, 1934.
59. Original minutes forming the B’nai Brith chapter in Cornwall, pg. 2, 1934.
60. Original minutes forming the B’nai Brith chapter in Cornwall, pg. 3, 1934.
61. Original minutes forming the B’nai Brith chapter in Cornwall, pg. 4, 1934.
62. Part of crowd at the annual dinner in Beth El Synagogue hall.
63. Photocopy of Hebrew Ladies’ Aid meeting minutes, pg. 1, Nov. 29, 1922.
64. Photocopy of Hebrew Ladies’ Aid meeting minutes, pg. 2, Nov. 29, 1922.
65. President of B’nai Brith Mark Goldhamer speaking. Helen Goldhamer seated to his left.
66. Riva Phillips beside Julius Miller Furniture shop, 1950s.
67. Thank you card to Mark Goldhamer, pg. 1.
68. Thank you card to Mark Goldhamer, pg. 2.
69. [Phillips family?], ca. 1900.
Custodial History
The original records are in the possession of the donor. The OJA was granted permission to scan the records in September 2007, as part of the Ontario Small Jewish Communities initiative. These copies were then donated to the Archives on 2007-09-04.
Subjects
Communities
Cemeteries
Name Access
Goldhamer, Mark
Places
Cornwall, Ont.
Source
Archival Accessions
Part Of
Ida Lewis Siegel fonds
Level
File
ID
Fonds 15; File 9
Source
Archival Descriptions
Part Of
Ida Lewis Siegel fonds
Level
File
Fonds
15
File
9
Material Format
textual record
text
Date
1926-1975
Physical Description
1 folder of textual records
Scope and Content
File consists of one book, "The Story of the Women Teachers' Association of Toronto", written correspondence to and from Ida Siegel on a variety of topics concerning education, women's issues, her service as a school trustee,a newspaper clipping, 2 programmes listing Ida Siegel as serving on the Board of Education for Ward 4, Ida's membership card with and bylaws for the Workers' Educational Association.
Source
Archival Descriptions
12 records – page 1 of 1.