Accession consists of records related to Pearl Freedhoff's volunteer work with the Goel Tzedec Sisterhood as well as general records of Goel Tzedec and Beth Tzedec Synagogues. Included are Goel Tzedec Sisterhood bulletins (1945-1950), Sisterhood Annual Torah Tea invitations (1946-1951), Sisterhood Luncheon and Dinner Meeting invitations (1945-1952), Sisterhood Sabbath service invitaions (194-?), a Sisterhood finanical statement (1950), general Goel Tzedec Sisterhood correspondence (1950-1952), a script for a Goel Tzedec Sisterhood play (194-?), a speech given by Pearl Freedhoff (195-?), Beth Tzedec Sisterhood meeting invitations (1955), records related to the binennial convention of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America (1950), Goel Tzedec graduation and confirmation programs (1950-1951), a program book for the consecration of the Goel Tzedec Memorial Park (1949), Goel Tzedec Weekly Bulletins (1950-1951), and records documenting the Beth Tzedec Syangogue Dedication (1955).
Pearl (nee Narrol) Freedhoff (17 Sept. 1906-18 Dec. 1997) was born in 1906, the daughter of Harry and Esther (nee Newman) Narrol. She had four siblings: Albert, Gertie, Hilda (m. Spivak), and Mendell (died as infant). Pearl married Dr. Samuel Osias Freedhoff (24 July 1903-19 Feb. 1973) in 1927 and had two children: Stephen and Judith. Samuel was the son of Harry and Mollie (nee Bohnen) Freedhoff. Pearl graduated from the University of Toronto, School of Social Work and Samuel graduated from the School of Dentistry. Both were members of Goel Tzedec Synagogue with Pearl serving as Sisterhood President in 1949-1950 and Samuel as President of the Men's Club in 1952.