The treasurer was responsible for overseeing all financial operations of the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. The treasurer was chairman of the Finance Committee which recommended, discussed and approved the day-to-day financial requirements for the operation of the "Y". The committee was also responsible for submitting the financial information to the accounting houses who prepared the "Y's" audited financial reports.
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the financial reports and statements for the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A., the Jewish Community Centre of Toronto, the Combined Building Campaign, the Northern Building Fund Campaign, the Jewish Camp Council, Camp Northland, Camp B’nai Brith, the Mothers' and Babes' Rest Home and Camp Fundale.
The reports are organized chronologically by year. Each year often contains more than one report, either for different periods of the same year, or for different structures under the control of the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. The reports were kept by the office of the executive director.
This file contains annual and interim financial reports for Yeshivah Torath Chaim and its capital account prepared by Eisenberg, Dworkin, Katz, Kirsh & Young Chartered Accountants, Jordan and Jordan Chartered Accountants, and Seymour B. Brudner Chartered Accountant.
Series consists of textual records and graphic material created by Phil Givens during his tenure as MPP for the provincial ridings of York-Forest Hill and Armourdale. Included is campaign material, general correspondence, photographs and a certificate declaring his appointment to the legislature.
File consists of financial records and auditors reports for the CJC Central Division; the Central Division Canadian Jewish Committee for Refugees; and the United Jewish Relief Conference, for the financial years of 1937 through to 1943.
Records in off-site storage; advance notice required to view.
Sol Edell organized a seniors group, Chug Arichat Yomin (or Long Life Club), which provided religious, cultural and recreational activities. It was based in Clanton park synagogue and was funded by the New Horizons, an agency of Health and Welfare Canada.
Scope and Content
File consists of financial reports listing assets, liabilities, income and expenses as well as cheques and invoices.
The file consists of financial statements, schedules of remittances, correspondence and memoranda concerning the financial position of the United Israel Appeal, statements of collections, lists of contributors and Auditor's Reports.
St. Andrew was a provinicial electoral district in downtown Toronto that stretched from Yonge to Bathurst and included Spadina Avenue and Kensington Market. It was created in 1926 and existed until 1967 when it was merged with an adjacent riding to form St. Andrew: St. Patrick.
Scope and Content
File consists of correspondence related to the re-election of John Glass as a Liberal member of the Ontario parliament for the riding of St. Andrew. Campaign organization is documented with letters requesting and acknowleddging support from Liberal organizations and individuals hosting meetings and making endorsements on the radio. There is also information regarding publicity material and staff appointments. Telegrams and letters from friends, colleagues, and other supporters congratulating John Glass on his victory.
Many of the copies are in poor condidtion and are housed in plastic.
File consists of correspondence related to the re-election of Johm Glass as a Liberal Member of the Ontario parliament for the riding of St. Andrew. Included are letters of congratulations to Glass from politicians, members of the legal profession, hotel executives, businessmen and organizations and institutions such as the Royal Conservatory of Music, the Toronto Liberal Association, and the Zionist Organization of Toronto.
John Glass thanks those who congratulated him on his victory and assisted his campaign by providing goods and services and publicity. In turn he expresses his warm wishes to cabinet ministers on their recent appointments and thanks prime minister (premier) of Ontario Mitch Hepburn for his supportive message.
As well there is correspondence concerning invoices for campaign equipment and submission of information regarding receipts and disbursement of expenses. Lastly there is a letter from Glass to the editor of the Der Kampf newspaper refuting what Glass believes is a scandalous accusation of election fraud.
Many of the copies are in poor condition and are housed in plastic.
The file consists of a notice of taxation assessment, correspondence regarding permits for Board of Education property, insurance, travel, lease documentation and general financial correspondence concerning Canadian Young Judaea - Central Region.
Series consists of monthly (cumulative) audited financial reports summarizing JIAS Toronto’s assets, liabilities, deficits, receipts, and disbursements. The reports cover the years between 1950 and 1980. After 1972 they become more detailed, with main headings broken down into sub-categories detailing figures for such areas as revenue receipts, support from the general public, relief costs and special projects. A number of files contain details of salaries and departmental expenses, with a small amount of correspondence and decisions taken at meetings relating to salaries. Series also contains files on the National Budgeting Committee (Conference) of Canadian Jewry, an overseeing body established in 1974 that brought together eleven leading federations and the United Israel Appeal to coordinate and manage the allocation of funds. The NBC files in this series contain minutes of the Study Committee on Immigrant Aid, statistical reports on JIAS expenditures, and correspondence.
The records have been weeded of duplicates, and repeating years combined into single folders. The audit reports formerly constituted the series known as MG2 I1a G. The National Budgeting Committee files were originally part of the series known as MG2 I1a K2, "Immigration Files - Administration, Projects." In the JIAS office, these files were maintained in a central registry system of random numerical classification.
File consists of statistics documenting JCWA's annual and monthly case loads. JCWA compiled these statistics for the Province of Ontario's statistical return. Some statistics document case loads for the Jewish Children's Home and the Jewish Children's Bureau.
Closed. Researchers must receive permission from the OJA Director and head of the Jewish Family and Child prior to accessing the records.
File consists of campaign material documenting J.B. Salsberg's bid in the St. Andrew riding during the 1943 provincial election. Included are campaign posters and copy of the Progressive Conservative Party's platform.
Copyright is held by the Ontario Jewish Archives. Please contact the Archives to obtain permission prior to use.
File consists of records documenting J.B. Salsberg's failed bid for re-election in the St. Andrew riding as Member of Provincial Parliament. Included is correspondence, Labour Progressive Party campaign notes, and the returning officer's report on the votes polled and rejected in the St. Andrew riding.