Rabbi Herman Abramowitz encourages Joseph Levinson, Sr., to deny the attendance at the opening and closing dinners for the annual Federation campaign. According to Mr. Abramowitz, there was no kosher food the year before and therefore will stay away from these dinners. He expects the Board and the members of the Congregation to support him.
Sender's address: Kensington Ave., Cote St. Antoine Road, Westmount, Quebec. Recipient's address: Congregation Shaar Hashomayim, Westmount, Quebec.
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 letter has attached a newspaper article with drawings of Mr. Max Goldstein, Mr. S.W. Jacobs and Mr. Harris Vineburg. Letter and article describe protests against "educational disability" for Jewish citizens. 3 pages.
The Baron De Hirsch Institute writes in its first paragraph: "Pursuant to a notice through the public press and arising out of a decision rendered in The Superior Court in the case the City of Montreal, in which it was held that Jews have no rights to education in the Public Schools of this city. A mass meeting of all parties interested in obtaining equal rights in educational matters was held in the Baron de Hirsch Institute on Tuesday evening the 24th of February, 1903. There were over Two Hundred Persons present [...]."