"The Canadian Friendly League of Jewish Women, Montreal - The Welcome club and Other Activities. Organized in the spring of 1913 for the purpose of bringing into the lives of self-supporting young women opportunities for moral, mental, physical and social improvement, and also to befriend young girls and women whenever necessary."
Dr. Maxwell Lauterman was the second Jewish doctor to graduate from the McGill School of Medicine and the first to practice in Montreal, Quebec. With the rank of Surgeon-Major, Dr. Lauterman was appointed Medical Officer of the cavalry regiment of the Canadian Coronation Contingent in 1911.
The Canadian Jewish Times: Canadian Jewish Women's and Bazaar souvenir number. In commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Baron de Hirsch Institute and the Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society. Includes article "The Jew - Real and Imaginary" (p. 21-24) written by Belle Maud de Sola, wife of Clarence I. de Sola. 80 pages. With advertisements. Photo credits: Rembrandt Studio, St. Catherine Street West, Montreal
This letter represents the personal opinion of Abel Vineberg about the resignation of the Jewish School Commission, not his opinion as an author for The Gazette. Abel Vineberg addresses that although the resignation was a respectful act, there is no institution representing Jewish education without a Commission. 3 pages; written on The Gazette stationery.
Sender's address: Gazette Printing Company, Limited, 1000 St. Antoine Street - P.O. Box 956, Montreal, Quebec. Recipient's address: 507 Argyle Avenue, Westmount, Quebec.
"The Board of Directors and Observers and the Faculties of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America gratefully acknowledge the exemplary devotion of Judaism of Women's Auxiliary of Shaar Hashomayim, Westmount, Montreal, Canada, in the fulfillment of its pledge to the Torah Fund of the National Women's League on behalf of the Seminary in the year 5714 (1953-1954) and confer on it this Award of Honour portraying the late Dr. Louis Ginzberg, Professor of Talmud, and late Dr. Alexander Marx, Director of Libraries, and Jacob H. Schiff, Professor of History at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, whose contributions to Jewish learning have been an inspiration to scholars of all faiths the world over, enhancing their respect and reverence of Torah."
Signed by Louis Finkelstein, Chancellor, The Jewish Theological Seminary of America