This file contains Betty Lindgren's personal correspondence from between 1911 and 1938. A large portion of the letters are from Betty's mother (Sarah Goldstick), and her niece Ellen (Honey) Dworkin, but among them are letters from Betty's sisters Ellen Lurie (and daughter Mae), Jean Slone, Dora (Dorothy) Dworkin and Annie Constam. The file includes notes of condolence from when Betty's father Wolf Goldstick passed away in 1923, and dental x-rays made in 1925. The correspondence has been arranged in chronological order. The first folder covers 1911 to 1924, and the second covers 1925 to 1938, and includes undated correspondence.
File consists of records documenting Heinz Kassel's university education in Germany. The bulk of the records are textual and include study books and academic certificates. Also included is one photograph of Heinz with friends at the Berlin University in 1932. Identified in the photograph are (left to right): Heinz Kassel, Horst Wolf, Tamara (?), Fritz (?), and Franz Oppenheimer.
A similar photograph of Heinz with his university friends can be found in the Kassel family photo album (fonds 93, file 2).
File consists of correspondence and legal records documenting Henry Cassel's emigration from Germany and attempt to immigrate to the United States of America. Included is Henry's passport, nationality identification card, birth certificates, driving certificates, USA immigration sponsorship application, correspondence regarding his application to enter the USA, criminal background checks, a citizenship visa for Italy, and a registration card indicating Henry's place of employment. Also included are newspaper clippings that were collected by Henry regarding the Jewish community of Ferrara, Italy (a region that Henry had travelled through).
Photocopies of some Italian and German records with translated titles are attached to the accession record.
Closed. Researchers must receive permission from the OJA Director prior to accessing the records.
This file consists of correspondence between the Mizrachi organization of Germany with the Mizrachi Organization of Toronto. Some of the correspondence requests assistance with immigration to Canada in 1938.
File consists of records documenting Henry Cassel's internment in Canada. Included is a small hand-made booklet in which Cassel recorded notes about his internment experience, the transcript of a speech delivered to internees upon their arrival at "Camp N," Cassel's prisoner of war card and national registration certificate, a mug shot photograph of Cassel that was taken soon after his arrival in Canada by Canadian officials, Cassel's certificate of exemption for enemy aliens, correspondence between Cassel and Jewish agencies, correspondence from various departments of the Canadian government, and magazine articles collected by Cassel regarding the internment of refugees in Canada. Some of the records are copies obtained by Cassel from his case file in the United Jewish Relief Agencies records at the Canadian Jewish Archives in Montreal.