Accession consists of the personal records of Mr. Montague Raisman. The records document the activities of B'nai Brith, including: the Commission on Citizenship and Civic Affairs, the Commission on Community & Veterans Services, the Adult Education Committee, Air Cadets, Toronto Lodge, Upper Canada Lodge, Eastern Canadian Council, Anti-Defamation League and other public relations activity in support of Israel during the 1967 war. Other records relate to Canadian Jewish Congress's Joint Public Relations Committee and Second World War work; Jewish Branch No. 256 of the Royal Canadian Legion; Hillcrest Home and School Association, Toronto; Bureau of Jewish Education, Toronto; educational activities at Goel Tzedec (later Beth Tzedec Congregation); the Canadian Centennial in 1967. Accession also contains records that reflect the creator's personal activity in: Manchester Jewish Literary & Social Society (1920s); Royal Canadian Air Force; Canadian Council of Christians and Jews; Zionism; Beth Tzedec Congregation; Boy Scouts; Jewish education; and the insurance industry. The records include speeches given by the creator, and newspaper clippings from British and Canadian periodicals reflecting an interest in Palestine and world Jewish affairs.