This accession consists of one metal sign with a brown border, green and black hebrew writing and a green and black Star of David. The sign is from the original Shaarei Tzedec Congregation on Centre Avenue in Toronto and reads: “Congregation Shaarei Tzedek, prayer services are held daily, morning and evening, everyone is welcome!”
This accession consists of a Darling Lunch restaurant sign.
The sign was in the possession of the Reuben and Helene Dennis Museum at Beth Tzedec Synagogue before it was transferred to the Archives by the curator, Dorion Liebgott. The sign was used in the Museum's exhibit on the history of the garment industry in Toronto. It was loaned to them by Dr. Martin Belman, who approved of the transfer to the OJA.
The Darling Lunch was located in the rear basement of the Darling Building on the southwest corner of Spadina and Adelaide. It was a frequented by many of the textile workers in the area.