Accession consists of a scrapbook created by Morris Lofsky. The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings of zionist and labour materials. Of particular note is a stop-work broadside featuring information about the march and demonstration at Queen's Park from 1933 in protest the pogroms of German Jews leading up to the Second World War. There are also several strike notices from the furrier, dressmakers and other unions.
Morris Lofsky lived with his family in the downtown Kengsington market area of Toronto. He worked as a fur worker and was an active member of the Jewish community.
Copyright is in the public domain and permission for use is not required. Please credit the Ontario Jewish Archives as the source of the photograph.
Accession consists of newspaper and magazine clippings -- photographs and articles -- on Canadian and American Jewish athletes. The accession also includes lists of the athletes' names, organized by their sports.
Accession consists of a scrapbook created by Eleanor Cadesky Miller when she was a student at U of T and during the early years of her nursing career and marriage to Harold Miller. The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings and mementoes including cards, tickets, letters, invitations, poems and programmes from social events, plays and concerts. The entities documented include the UJWF Women's Campaign, Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, the Deborah chapter of Hadassah, the Temple Players of Holy Blossom Temple, and Forest Hill veterans. Also featured are obituaries for Eleanor Miller's contemporary, Harry Sniderman, and a 1939 newsletter from Camp Winnebagoe.
Eleanor Cadesky (1923- ) is the daughter of R. L. Cadesky. She attended the University of Toronto from 1939 to 1943, graduating with a diploma in physiotherapy. The following year she married Harold Miller, also a graduate of U of T. Together they raised three children in Toronto, Ronald, Gary and Lynn.
This accession consists of one oversized photograph taken at the 60th birthday party for Michael Garber. The party was at a club in Montreal. Pictured in the photo are (left to right): Samuel Bronfman, Michael Garber and Edward Gelber.