File contains one invitation sent out by Phil Givens and his wife for a "5-IN-ONE PARTY" celebrating five big family events that occurred in 1972: Phil's 20th year in politics, Phil's 50th birthday, Phil and Min's twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, Eleanor's graduation as a registered nurse, and Michael's bar mitzvah.
The file consists of correspondence and cards of invitation concerning the installation of officers for 1961-1962; laying of the corner stone of the new Zionist Centre; a celebration reception for the 15th anniversary of the independence of the State of Israel; and a farewell reception honouring His Excellency, Dr. Yaacov Herzog, Ambassador for the State of Israel to Canada.
File consists of invitations to Lipa and Mrs. Green, for a variety of events including a testimonial dinner, bazaar and auction, and several lunch, tea and dinner fundraisers. A bi-monthly copy of "Technion", published by the Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, is in the file with an invitation to a general meeting for members and friends of its Toronto Chapter.
File consists of invitations to wedding, anniversary and birthday celebrations. There are also table place cards, personalised Grace after Meals booklets, an announcement of the 35th wedding anniversary of Lipa and Fanny Green, and a songbook for the wedding of a family member. The songs are all in Hebrew.
This file includes 8 textual records: an invitation to the 25th anniversary of Harry and Rebecca Kamarner (11 Sep. 1927); invitation to tea in Anne’s honour (13 May 1931); invitation to the wedding ceremony for Harry Graner and Anne Kamarner (16 Jun. 1931); invitation to social event, Re-Mar Social Service League, from Vera Latchman, secretary (4 May 1941); a letter of congratulations on the occasion of Mr. and Mrs. Kamarner’s 60th wedding anniversary (14 Sep. 1962) from Mayor Nathan Phillips, Q.C.; an invitation to attend a “Gala Champagne Party” as “honoured guest” from The Women’s Auxiliary, New Mount Sinai Hospital (14 Nov. 1963); invitation to life membership, Women’s Auxiliary, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care (10/06/68) ; and, a hand written resume of Rebecca Kamarner’s record of community service [author unidentified; no date].
The file consists of invitations and flyers for events for members of Canadian Young Judaea who attend Camp Shalom. Events include weekend seminars, a camp reunion and a day trip outing to Camp Shalom.
File consists of invitations and correspondence documenting the marriages, births, and bar mitzvahs of the Edell family. Also included are greeting cards that were sent to family and friends by the Edell family and that were given to Sol and Celia Edell from their children.
A finding aid listing the names, dates, and locations for the celebrations can be found in the file.
Accession consists of an invitation to the 13th anniversary meeting of the organization which became known as the Yiddish Vinkl.
Invitation document originally sent to and property of group member David Greenspan, deceased husband of OJA donor Lisa Newman Greenspan.
The Yiddish Vinkl was an informal Toronto Yiddish-speaking dinner-club formed in 1980. Among the group’s original founders were well-know Toronto Jewish community leaders Ben Kayfetz and Bill Stern. Its first dinner meeting was held at Simpson’s Arcadian Court restaurant on 4 June 1980. Later venues included the Essex Park Hotel, the Lipa Green Building, Old Ed’s restaurant, and Toronto City Hall. The group, which currently had about sixty members as of 2008, now meets monthly at the Free Time Café. Between ten and twenty-five members attend each meeting.
Document was removed from glass-covered metal frame in which it arrived, but maintained within acid-free cardboard mounting.
Administrative history details supplied by Ethel Cooper, Coordinator, Committee for Yiddish.