The file consists of general correspondence. The file includes correspondence regarding the Shalom television programme, Schlichim of Canadian Young Judaea, Rabbi Reuven Slonim, requests for information regarding a screening of the film "Hester Street" and memoranda concerning the 1972 national convention.
File consists of one programme booklet, containing best wishes and messages from Pierre Elliot Trudeau, the City of Toronto, the JNF, family, friends, and local businesses. Also included are 54 photographs of the dinner, programme notes, and messages of congratulations.
The photographs and programme notes have been removed from the album and have been placed in Melinex (when necessary) and transferred to an acid free folder for conservation purposes.
Item is a photograph of Phil Givens (left) conversing with Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau (centre) and Mayor William Dennison during a visit to Toronto's New City Hall during the 1968 federal election.
Canada. Prime Minister (1968-1979 : Trudeau)
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The file consists of general correspondence, notices of appointments as plenary delegates, a calendar of events and an invitation to a banquet in honour of Mr. Saul Hayes. The guest of honour for the Saul Hayes banquet is the Rt. Hon. Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada and an invitation to attend the opening ceremony for Samuel Bronfman House. The file also contains a photostat of a Stuermer propaganda leaflet produced by the National Socialist Underground.
The file consists of correspondence concerning loans and meetings of the Toronto Independent Benevolent Society. The file also includes a letter of thanks written to the Rt. Hon. Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, and a letter of congratulations to Morley Torgov for winning the Stephen Leacock Award for the book "A good place to come from."
The file consists of correspondence with the Royal Bank of Canada concerning the move to the new Zionist Centre in Toronto, the Jewish Public Library and a schedule of functions and events for the visit of Rabbi Louis Rabinowitz to Toronto. The file also includes correspondence from Mr. Egon Rohmann concerning relations with the United Church of Canada, historical revision, and Israel.