Accession consists of eighteen original photographs of the Rapp and Nadelberg families and their friends. There is also one letter written to John J. Glass from the US Department of Labor regarding Leah Naidelberg's immigrant arrival information.
The photographs were in the possesion of Anne Rapp, the mother of the donor, until her death in 1990 at which point they were transfered to her daughter Sandra.
Salmon Nadelberg was born in 1873 in Russia. Salmon, his wife Leah (1873-1965), and their eleven-month-old daughter Anne (1906-1990) immigrated to Canada via the United States. In Toronto, the couple had two more children, Gertrude (Gross), and Irving. Irving is the father of Miles Nadal.
Samuel and Fanny Rapp had six children: William Rapp, George Jacob (1891-1970), Rose (Rash), Helen Rapp (1913-?), Dora (Feldman), and Minnie (Zarnett). Dora and Minnie were twins. George Jacob later married Anne Nadelberg in March of 1929.
Copyright is in the public domain and permission for use is not required. Please credit the Ontario Jewish Archives as the source of the photograph.