File consists of writings and speeches collected or created by Dr. Brown. The bulk of the material is on religious and educational topics, but there is also a biography of Wilferd Gordon, the son of Rabbi Jacob Gordon.
File consists of biographical sketches of Isaac Matenko. The bulk of these sketches were written just after Isaac's death in 1960 and were originally published in various newspapers, including; The Vochenblat, Der Yiddisher Zhurnal, and On the Threshold. The Yiddish articles are accompanied by English translations.
File consists of J. B. Salsberg's published and unpublished political writings. Topics covered include: Metropolitan Toronto taxes, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), the Soviet Union, Soviet antisemitism, Palestine, the provincial Department of Lands and Forests and provincial fair practices legislation.
Series consists of records documenting J.B. Salsberg's writing and lecturing activities. The bulk of the records are textual and include: correspondence, newspaper clippings, booklets, a Smolar Award plaque, notes, articles, transcripts, lists, and a course outline.
The sub-series consists of Dr. Joseph Diamond's and Rabbi Irwin Witty's personal correpondence, filed with their executive director records, the text of public talks and of commentaries made on Zelda Young's "Jewish hour" radio programme, broadcast every Sunday on the CHIN (Toronto) radio station. The topics of these commentaries varied widely, including Talmudic commentaries, Israeli and Diaspora Jewish politics, as well as matters relating to Jewish education in Toronto and elsewhere. Although much of the personal correspondence is routine in nature, some of the letters include discussions of Jewish education and activities of the BJE.
The file consists of an essay by Alan Rose, "From Baghdad to Montreal," reprinted from Viewpoints (June 1966), a draft of a speech on the present tension in the Middle East, a eulogy of Martin Buber, and a speech lauding Max Goody at Kovod Night.
Series consists of transcripts, drafts and audio recordings of addresses delivered by Ben Kayfetz to various audiences and organizations as well as a brochure for a speech he gave at a Brotherhood breakfast.
File consists of various speeches delivered by Ben Kayfetz in both Yiddish and English. These were delivered on such topics as his retirement from the CJC, antisemitism, the development of Ontario's Jewish community, anti-hate legislation, the Jewish press in Toronto, Jewish immigration to Canada and others.
Throughout much of his adult life, Dunkelman wrote and gave speeches in support of Israel. Forums for these talks ranged from synagogues and temples to the Galt Kiwanis Club, the Hadassah-Wizo Organization of Toronto, military reunions, B'Nai Brith and the Detroit Book Fair at that city's Jewish Community Centre.
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Series consists of speeches delivered and written by Benjamin Dunkelman on subjects such as Canadian Jewry, Machal, Hadassah, Zionism, the Arab League and the Allon Plan. The series includes correspondence related to these speeches, along with notes and brochures.
File consists of two speeches delivered by JCWA's Executive Director at various events. Included is one speech delivered at a Big Sister Committee Luncheon, and one speech delivered at both a United Jewish Welfare Fund annual meeting and a B'nai Brith meeting.
File consists of speeches and reports presented by or to Baycrest Centre's Board of Directors. Included are reports on programs and services,such as recreation services, occupational therapy, religious services, and food services. Also included is a speech by Morris Rosenberg regarding the opening of the Jewish Home for the Aged and Baycrest Hospital in 1954.
File consists of various speeches and reports, many of which were delivered at meetings. Topics covered include fundraising projects, the Honour Roll, volunteers, programs, and general information about the MSG's operation and activities.
File consists of speeches and essays on a range of topics including: Zionism; the death of Arthur Balfour in 1930; Rosh Hashana; the meaning of Passover; Remembrance Day; the B'nei Yehuda youth movement, a St. Andrew riding campaign speech; and a speech titled "Comparative Jurisprudence: Roman, English, and Jewish."
File consists of speeches and correspondence documenting Phil Givens' activities as Mayor. Included is correspondence with the Board of Control, memos from the Department of Buildings, correspondence regarding the CNE Association's Director's Luncheon, Givens' 1965 Inaugural address and a speech by Givens entitled "The Case Against the City Manager".