Edward "Eddie" Lindgren was born on 4 November 1926 to Betty and Tycko Lindgren in Toronto. He married Charlotte Minerva Nussbaum on 30 June 1952 and moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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This file contains JNF Tree Fund certificate no. 2843, for two trees, made out "In the name of Elijah Lidgren," "on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah, Nov. 4/39 Inscribed by the Western So. Hadassah Chapter, Toronto, Ont." Elijah is likely Betty's son Edward's Hebrew name.
Biographical information on Edward Lindgren taken from Betty Lindgren's book of "family research," Fonds 45, file 12.
Series consists of bound reports of proceedings of annual meetings from 1929 to 1942, as well as annual meeting programmes with statistics from 1957 to 1964. Years 1933 and 1936-1938 are missing. The records consist of executive member lists, presidential addresses, treasurer’s reports, executive secretary’s reports, lists of subscriptions; and reports of activities. The series is arranged chronologically.
The scrapbook includes numerous press clippings about The 17th Anniversary of the Hebrew Women’s Convalescent Home celebration dinner in honour of Mrs. Kamarner and the 50th wedding anniversary of Harry and Rebecca Kamarner; photographs; notes of thanks and recognition from Lillian Freiman, Mrs. Samuel (Jimmie) Norris, Mrs. Israel (Ruth) Shapiro, Teme Shapiro, A. Posluns, Dora Till, David Croll and Ada Adelberg; and, other articles in English and Hebrew (mostly material from the 1950s). The file also includes four loose clippings pulled from the scrapbook and put into a separate file folder.
Some of the pages of the scrapbook have come apart from the binding.
File consists of a copy of the Text Book of the Toronto Jewish Free School, written and published in Toronto by Edmund Scheuer in 1915. It was printed by the Traders Printing and Stationery Company. The book has been inscribed "Souvenir of Edmund Scheuer Sept. 1933" on the inside front cover.
The book contains prayers, songs and hymns, information on Jewish holidays, and a chronology of important dates in Jewish history.