The national subject file series was created during the early 1950s. The Zionist Organization of Canada relied on this series in order to organize their records that dealt with disperate themes. The files in this series document internal issues as well as external groups and individuals. There are therefore files on internal budgetary matters as well as files documenting external groups that ZOC liaised with, such as FZOC and the Canadian Jewish Congress. In turn, this series also documents particular themes and events that were of interest to ZOC.
Scope and Content
The subject files include such materials as correspondence and memoranda, reports, newsletters and publications, publicity for ZOC events, and financial and budgetary information.
The files in this series were arranged alphabetically in chronological order. While some organizations and themes were assigned a file, others were grouped together under a "miscellaneous" heading for each letter