Accession consists of material pertaining to the Labour League's 10th anniversary [ca.1944] and the League's successor organization - United Jewish People's Order, including material from it's Fourth National Convention in 1954. There is memorabilia documenting asociated camps Kinderland and Naivelt. Included are newsletters, flyers, and newspaper clippings, and sketches. The photographs feature UJPO schools with children in classrooms.
In 1936 the Labour League (later the United Jewish People's Order) bought Eldorado Park near Brampton, Ontario from the Canadian National Railway to establish Camp Naivelt. It functioned as a camp for children and families and ran a teacher training facility.