The file consists of a copy of the constitution of the Council of Jewish Organizations of Hamilton, fundraising campaign objectives, statements of remittance, lists of members of the Campaign cabinet, and notices of events.
The folder from accession 1991-3-3 contains eighteen printed scores with extensive intonation notes, hand written on the scores by the author, and one method book, “Fiddling for fun: the visual and aural art of violin playing”. Two of the titles were published by Berandol Music Limited; Sixteen titles are published by E.C. Kerby Limited; and one title (co-written with Bill Isbister) entitled "Open fireplace" was published by BMI Canada and is marked as an "artist copy". This last is an imperfect photocopy of the original and is cut off at the bottom of the first and second page. It is also missing the cover. All the other documents are printed original scores.
The folder from accession 1988-10-9 contains five unmarked printed scores. Three of the compositions are duplicate copies of pieces found in accession 1991-3-3. This file also includes the original sheet music from the movie "The Violin", published in 1973.
The majority of these works were published in the 1980s.
File contains samples of printed material relating to the March for Israel: three flyers; an advertisement; a copy of the event entry in the "What's New" column of Canadian Jewish News; designs with the March logo (possibly for t-shirts); and a memo ordering the t-shirts.
Series contains articles and illustrations from a book and several architecture and design journals that influenced Benjamin Brown‘s work, as well as plans of buildings he didn’t design, but he either subsequently altered, influenced his work or was built for one of his clients.
Included are the original plans of an office building of Doctors Solway and Pollock that Brown later altered, the plans of a Talmud Torah Hebrew School in New York City and the plans of a theatre on Kingston Road. Architectural drawings of the house of Samuel Godfrey and stores for Mr. A. Levy, both of whom hired Brown for other projects, are also included.
Series consists of various materials collected by Ben Kayfetz. It includes various items from Nazi Germany including a Jewish yellow star and number on a badge, Nazi hymn book and a service book of a Nazi Stormtrooper. Among the other materials are photographs of the Bronfman family, World War II enlistment posters, Peretz School Composition books and Jewish Old Folks Home Committee minutes.
The file consists of information concerning the election of delegates to meetings of the World Zionist Congress and includes general correspondence; the rules for the election of delegates; resolutions of the World Zionist Congress held in 1971; and the model of rules for the election of delegates.
The file consists of promotional material for the 28th World Zionist Congress consisting of information about the Kfar Silver Agricultural School and general correspondence concerning the 28th World Zionist Congress; an invoice from the Canadian Jewish News concerning the insertion of advertisements; tour information; list of Canadian delegates and observers to the 28th Congress; and memoranda.
Series consists of five files related to the Harris and Geldzaeler families. Included are reference materials related to Samuel and Sarah Harris, Samuel Aaron Harris, Judge Sydney Harris, Mark Geldzaeler, and Albert Rose. The documentation includes items such as: copies of newsclippings, Toronto Directory listings, obituaries, biographies, publications by Mark Geldzaeler and Dr. Ellen Scheinberg, and a transcript from an interview with Samuel Aaron Harris undertaken in 1973.
File consists of articles, reports, and publications on the Ethiopian Jews dated 1985 to 1987; a letter to Ron from Andrea Krames-Zians dated 7 September 1989; and a CAEJ annual general meeting notice dated 7 August 1990.
File contains a draft public relations/communications plan and timeline; advertisement designs of various sizes; quotes and invoices for giveaway items and signage; a press release and March updates published in the Canadian Jewish News; correspondence; and a poster.
File contains clippings of articles and advertisements, a flyer, a list of ads published with dates and prices, as well as a press release. File also includes designs for the giveaway t-shirt and hats.
File consists of publications entitled Jews of the Empire and the Great War (1919), The Jew in Battle, and Jewish War Heroes, an invitation to an annual Remembrance Day dinner held by the Jewish Branch Canadian Legion, and two certificates from Buckingham Palace accompanying medals for John Glass to wear in commemoration of royal events. Also included is Glass's membership card for the Canadian Legion of the British Empire Service League, and his 1943 certificate of military qualification for the Canadian Army issued at National Defence Headquarters, Ottawa.
9 photographs : b&w and col. ; 25 x 20 cm or smaller
Scope and Content
File consists of two Branch Membership Guides; 1970 and 1971-73 lists of names of Council members who are representatives to other organizations, and their corresponding organizations, a press cutting detailing Council's annual 1959 donor campaign, and 9 photographs of Council and potential Council members.
File consists of 2 photographs, and literature pertaining to the Education portfolio. The portfolio provides a forum for women to exchange thoughts and feelings, update knowledge pertinent to Jewish women and educational programs run by NCJW for the community, e.g. the breast self-examination awareness program.
File consists of various promotional materials such as brochures, flyers, hand-outs and Campaign newspapers. Of special note is a 1947 UJWF campaign comic for the Youth Campaign, drawn by Winslow Mortimer, famous for his drawings of Batman and Superman.
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This file contains the following items: 1) Souvenir from the seventh annual convention, held in Toronto in 1906. It features a rendering of Theodor Herzl; 2) Jewish Colonial Trust Share Club booklet issued to Betty Goldstick in 1907 by the Herzl Girls for the purpose of tracking instalments towards share holding. Stamps from the organization were used to track payments; 3) Pamphlet advertising The Herzl Girls' production of "Esther, a Purim play," March 16, 1908. Assisted by the Zion Cadet Corps, the production was held at Assembly Hall, Zion Institute; 4) Program from a comedietta and dance given by The Herzl Girls' Zionist Society on Jan. 25, 1916. The dance was held at the Orange Hall on Euclid and College Streets; 5) "The Zionist movement: its aims and achievements," by Israel Cohen; 6) "A Zionist catechism," published by the Federation of Zionist Societies of Canada; 7) Certificate from JNF's King George V Jubilee Forest in Israel, made out to "Elijah Lindgreen" of Toronto, Ontario. "Elijah" was likely the Hebrew name of Betty's son Edward; 8) May, 1948, State of Israel issue of "Canadian Zionist". The materials in this file are arranged in chronological order by date of publication.
File contains a participation certificate for walkers that is modelled like a certificate of citizenship to match the Walk's theme. There are also stickers for several checkpoints with the themes and trivia facts, which were likely affixed to walkers' passports as they passed through each checkpoint. The file also contains a package for Walk participants, which consists of a letter to parents, a collection envelope, and a sponsor book.
Title based on file contents.
Series 17-1-18 (1992), file 18, contains a promotional booklet on the 1991 Walk.
File contains a collection of published and promotional material from several years of the Walk. The records include: the "Operation Exodus quiz" from 1990; facsimile copies of the 1986 and 1989 posters; a promotional booklet on the 1991 Walk; a 1987 passport with the routemap; a programme from the 1987 Festival; a walk sponsor book and collection envelope from 1992; a 1987 sponsor/collection booklet; two packages of quotations, cartoons, articles and stories about tzedakah; a full-page newspaper adverstisement for the 1987 Walk for Israel; a collection book for the 1988 Israel 40 Walk; and a sheet of passport stickers from a checkpoint at a early 1990s Walk. Also included is a Baycrest fun run/walk sponsor form for 1992.