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Funeral of S.W. Jacobs

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Collection
CONGREGATION SHAAR HASHOMAYIM MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
Photograph : b&w ; Ht:9" x W:12"
Fonds No.
SH-01; 247
Archival / Genealogical
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Collection
CONGREGATION SHAAR HASHOMAYIM MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
Photograph : b&w ; Ht:9" x W:12"
Date
1938
Fonds No.
SH-01
Item No.
247
Physical Condition
Good
Notes
Funeral procession for S.W. Jacobs
Places
Canada
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Congregation Shaar Hashomayim Museum and Archives
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Civil Status documents concerning congregation members

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Collection
The Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue
Description Level
File
Material Format
textual record
Fonds No.
SP-01; C; SP-01-C-5-1
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
The Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue
Description Level
File
Material Format
textual record
Date
1927-1990
Fonds No.
SP-01
Series No.
C
File No.
SP-01-C-5-1
Notes
In metal box. Contains nominative personal information.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
The Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue
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Molly Switzer Lander a member of the Beth Shalom Congregation at age 6.

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Collection
Beth Shalom Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Fonds No.
C0008; OJA 5-319
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Beth Shalom Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Date
1936
Fonds No.
C0008
Item No.
OJA 5-319
Notes
Molly was a tap dancer and was performing for a concert in Pembroke.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Minute book (original). Bound book pages 1-218.

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Collection
Jewish Colonization Association (JCA or ICA)
Description Level
File
Material Format
textual record
Fonds No.
I0032; S-KA; MA 1-S-KA-4
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Jewish Colonization Association (JCA or ICA)
Description Level
File
Material Format
textual record
Date
1935-1946
Fonds No.
I0032
Series No.
S-KA
File No.
MA 1-S-KA-4
Notes
Minutes of meetings of the Board of Governors of ICA of Canada, Annual meetings of the ICA class A members, resolutions of the Council of Administration. March 19, 1935-November 14, 1946
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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Agudath Achim Congregation = United Brethren Congregation fonds

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Collection
Agudath Achim Congregation = United Brethren Congregation fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
textual records; framed certificate
Fonds No.
C0004
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of 1928 - 1954 minutes, early mortgages, contents of 1912 cornerstone and programs for corner stone ceremony and 1913 opening ceremonies, 1930 contract for tennis court at 417 Rideau Street, 1939 - 1956 Sisterhood records, Chevra Misnayes Agudath Achim minutes and financial records,…
Archival / Genealogical
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Collection
Agudath Achim Congregation = United Brethren Congregation fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
textual records; framed certificate
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of 1928 - 1954 minutes, early mortgages, contents of 1912 cornerstone and programs for corner stone ceremony and 1913 opening ceremonies, 1930 contract for tennis court at 417 Rideau Street, 1939 - 1956 Sisterhood records, Chevra Misnayes Agudath Achim minutes and financial records, membership lists and lists of seat holders, cemetery ledger, bulletins, notices and invitations, 1928 - 1956 financial material and ledgers, 1943 - 1956 correspondence including merger correspondence between Agudath Achim and Adath Jeshurun congregations with the Jewish Community Council. Also included in this fonds is a framed certificate to commemorate the donation of 25 dollars by the "Rideau Street Ladies Synagogue"for the Erez Israel Palestine Foundation fund "Karen Hayesod" (See Photographic Database - 5-331-01). BOX 1 - Series: Legal, Administrative, Correspondence - 1902-1956 (with gaps) Ephemera - Newspaper clipping - "First Synagogue in Ottawa," The Jewish Times - August 15, 1902; Ephemera - Contents of Cornerstone Box placed June 25, 1912. Removed at demolition; Ephemera - Opening invitation - January 19, 1913; Ephemera - Stationary; Legal - Surveys and Plans - Plan of Rideau and Chapel Streets - undated; Cemetery Plan, two copies - April 2, 1940; Floor plans for proposed alterations, undated; Legal - Building Committee, Yiddish; Legal - Mortgage - October 22, 1902; Legal - Mortgages and Indentures - 1984, 1903, 1912, 1919, 1923, 1927; Legal - Deed of Land, two copies - February 3, 1902; Legal - Constitution Booklet - 1933-1934, 1944-1945; Legal - Tennis Court Contract, donated by Hon. Abraham Lieff - 1930; Administrative - Minutes - re: successors to the trustees of the Agudath Achim property - April 20, 1916; Administrative - Bulletins and Notices - 1924-1955; Administrative - Synagogue Executive - 1941-1953; Administrative - Minutes of Executive and General Meetings - 1953-1956; Correspondence - Ottawa Vaad Ha'ir - 1947-1956; Correspondence - Letters from H.H. Sugarman, Yiddish; Correspondence - General - 1946-1949; Correspondence - General - 1950-1952; Correspondence - General - 1953-1954; Correspondence - General - 1955-1956; Correspondence - Funeral Arrangements - 1948-1956; Correspondence - Letters of Thanks and Condolences - 1947-1956; Correspondence - Letters of Resignation - 1944-1955 Correspondence - Letters of Appreciation - 1951-1954; Correspondence - Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America - 1947-1956; Correspondence - Synagogue Suppliers - Books and Prayer Books - 1948-1953; The Jewish Chronicle, London England - 1959; Books - Daily Prayer Books, two copies; Booklet - Dedication of Beth Shalom Synagogue - 1957;Newspaper clipping - "Elect Officers of Synagogue" - September 29, 1926; BOX 2 - Series: Minute Books - 1928-1954 Minute Book - Minutes of Meeting - August 5, 1928 to March 5, 1933; Minute Book - Minutes of Meeting and Constitution and Bylaws - April 2, 1933 to August 3, 1939; Minute Book - Minutes of Meeting - August 10, 1939 to April 12, 1945; Minute Book - Minutes of Meeting - April 30, 1945 to February 6, 1949; Minute Book - Minutes of Meeting - February 9, 1949 to July 30, 1952; Minute Book - Minutes of Meeting - September 4, 1952 to August 8, 1954; Box 3 - Series: Financial, Sisterhood, Chevra Mishnayos Financial: Congregation Receipt Book Financial: Congregation Financial Ledger - 1943-1955; Financial: - Cantor Jacob Dorskind Contract Financial: - Income Tax - 1942-1952; Financial: Statements - 1943-1955; Ladies Auxiliary: activities 1939- 1952; Ladies Auxiliary: Minute Book - 1939-1952; Agudath Achim Sisterhood: Correspondence - 1951-1955; Agudath Achim Sisterhood: Financial Items - 1951-1954; Agudath Achim Sisterhood: Testimonial dinners - 1952-1956; Agudath Achim Sisterhood: Bills - 1953-1956; Agudath Achim Sisterhood: Membership and Financial Record - 1948-1953; Agudath Achim Sisterhood: Financial Record - 1953-1956; Chevra Mishnayos: Minutes - 1946, 1950, 1953-1954; Chevra Mislays: Financial Records - 1945-1956; Box 4 - Series: Membership, etc. Administrative: Agreements and Seating Arrangements - 1913-1920; Applications for Membership 1947-1956; Seat Sales and Seat Holders list - 1913-1956 Membership Lists - various dates; Honour Roll List - circa 1945; Cemetery Deeds - 1907, 1948-1950; Meeting Minutes, concerning Jewish Community Cemetery - 1951-1955; Ephemera; various textual items; Yarhzeit Lists; Items wrapped separately: two financial ledgers, cemetery ledger.
Date
1902-1956
Fonds No.
C0004
History Biographical
The formal beginning of the Agudath Achim, or the United Hebrew Brethren Congregation, was in 1902 on at 417 Rideau Street. The founding trustees of the synagogue were Abraham Kert - trader and traveler, Moses Rudman (or Moses Roodman) - peddler, Myer Held - peddler, Elias Pullan - merchant, Isaac Noe - carpenter, Michael Addleman - peddler, and Moses Merson – upholsterer. These men committed the congregation to a $3000 mortgage for the purchase and conversion of the Rideau Street building. The cornerstone for the new synagogue was laid on July 1st, 1912 with the building being opened on January 19, 1913. It was designed by Burgess & Coyle with a seating capacity for 400. The Building Committee consisted of Israel Sugarman (Chairman), Henry Finkelstein (President) - 1912, Abraham L. Florence (President) - 1913, and Kastrel Cohen (Secretary). The synagogue was extended in 1928. In April 1940 the Rideau St. Shul brought its new Cantor, Reverend Aaron Weiss, from Breslau, Germany. In 1955-1956, Congregation Agudath Achim amalgamated with Congregation Adath Jeshurun to form Congregation Beth Shalom and their new synagogue was dedicated in 1957. Rabbi Joseph D. Berger served the Congregation from 1902 to 1927. When the Congregation joined the Associated Synagogues of Ottawa the shared Rabbis were Abraham H. Freedman, William Margolis, Oscar Z. Fasman, Emanuel Lifschutz and Simon L. Eckstein. Religious functionaries included the Reverend Louis Doctor, Cantor Jacob Dorskind, Rabbi Max Maser, Rabbi Aaron Weiss, Reverend Hyman Gertler and Reverend Jacob Y. Cement.
Custodial History
In 1973, these records were transferred to the National Archives of Canada and returned to the Ottawa Jewish Archives in 1996.
Notes
1. 1913 invitation, donated by Inez Zelikovitz in 1999, restored by Wanda McWilliams for display in, "A Capital Experience" exhibition, By Town Museum, Ottawa, summer, 2000. 2. After amalgamation, records were given to the Jewish Community Council of Ottawa. 3. Tennis Court contract donated by the Honourable Abraham H. Lieff, September, 2002 4. The Chevra Mishnayes Agudath Achim (Rideau Street Synagogue) and the Chevra Mishnayes Adath Jeshurun amalgamated in October 1956 under one society called Chevra Mishanyes Beth Shalom.
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Rev. Louis Doctor fonds
Archival / Genealogical
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Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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B'nai Jacob Congregation = Sons of Jacob Congregation fonds

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Collection
B'nai Jacob Congregation = Sons of Jacob Congregation fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
65m of records, 4 rubber stamps, 10 prayer books.
Fonds No.
C0006
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of: Early synagogue material including 1916 constitution; 1915-1916 seating accounts; 1931 cornerstone documents (and old copies of these documents); 1920-1971 Board minutes; A complete financial history of the B’nai Jacob Loan Society from 1943 onwards; A short written history of B…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
B'nai Jacob Congregation = Sons of Jacob Congregation fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
65m of records, 4 rubber stamps, 10 prayer books.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of: Early synagogue material including 1916 constitution; 1915-1916 seating accounts; 1931 cornerstone documents (and old copies of these documents); 1920-1971 Board minutes; A complete financial history of the B’nai Jacob Loan Society from 1943 onwards; A short written history of B’nai Jacob by Reuben Kalin; Membership records; Cemetery accounts Correspondence; Sisterhood minutes - 1930-1968; 50th anniversary activities – 1967; News clippings; Amalgamation committee minutes - 1969-1973 A history of Sons of Jacob Congregation - 1911-1944; A souvenir marking the occasion of the burning of the James Street Synagogue mortgage - November 19, 1944; Max Bookman, Honour Roll, 1939-1945; 1966 Bulletins of Congregations B’nai Jacob and Machzikei Hadas, Framed prayer instructions written in Yiddish that were once bolted to the wall (the document is stored in the Congregation’s fonds Box 2, and the frame is stored on the wrapped items shelf (see - 4-725)); A hand-written calligraphic document from the Sons of Jacob Congregation to the Uptown Ladies Auxiliary on behalf of their work done during their 25th anniversary - 1937 (see 4-740); A photocopy of a typed list listing members – 1931;
Date
1915-1974
Fonds No.
C0006
History Biographical
This fonds consists of early administrative records, Correspondence, documents pertaining to the Women's Auxiliary 'Sisterhood', financial ledgers of the Loan Society, and religious texts. Box 1: Constitution, Cornerstone Documents, Minute Books, Membership Lists, Newspaper Clippings Cornerstone: Documents 1 – 1930-1931; Cornerstone: Documents 2 – 1930-1931; Cornerstone: Documents 3 – 1930-1931; Cornerstone: Documents 4- July 1, 1931; Cornerstone: Photocopied Cornerstone Documents; Constitution – Nov 23, 1916; Account Book with Seat List – 1914-1944; Minute Book, Yiddish – 1920-1932; Minute Book, Yiddish – June 7, 1936- July 20, 1939; Minute Book – Apr 13, 1958 – Dec 3, 1967; Membership Lists – 1940’s, 1964; Letter regarding the Imposition of taxes on Member seats – May 5, 1930; Incorporation Papers and Rules and Regulations of Constitution – 1928, 1933; Election Ballots and results – Jan 22, 1950; Congregational Financial Statements; Invitations; Bulletins of Congregations: Machzikei Hadas and B’nai Jacob; Honour Roll – 1939-1945; Newspaper Clippings – 1929-1967; Plaque from State Bonds of Israel for Distinguished Service in Economic Development; B’nai Jacob Cemetery Map; Box 2: History, Correspondence, Cemetery Records, 5 Prayer Books Hist: A History of the Sons of Jacob Congregation – 1911-1944; Hist: B’nai Jacob Synagogue Youth List – 1964-1965; Hist: Minutes on Amalgamation – 1969-1973; Correspondence, various subjects – 1952-1970; Deed to Lot for Cemetery – Feb 5, 1957; Rules and Regulations Governing Jewish Cemetery – 1957; Correspondence: Cemetery Lots and Estate Funds – 1958-1972; Correspondence: received from Vaad Ha’ir – 1963-1968; Blank Deeds for Purchase of Burial Lots; Burial Lists – 1963-1966; Cemetery receipt Books; Prayer Books (5); Plaque Distinguishing B’nai Jacob from State of Israel Bonds; Box 3: Women’s Auxiliary “Sisterhood” History; Ladies Auxiliary: Obituary of Rebecca Levin – 1941; Sisterhood Minutes Book, Yiddish and English – 1930-1954; Sisterhood Minutes Book – 1954-1967; Mailing Membership Lists; Sisterhood Purim Play Program and Script – 1962; Donated receipts; Certificate of 50th Anniversary – 1967; Sisterhood Correspondence; Newspaper Clippings; Sisterhood Invitations; Box 4: Loan Society Reuben Kalin’s History of the Loan Society – 1929; Minutes – Feb 6, 1952 – Dec 1, 1974; Minute Book – 1968-1974; Minutes – Apr 4 1943- Dec 30, 1951; Financial Statements – May 3, 1943- Jan 15, 1950; Financial Statements – Jan 15, 1950- Feb 7, 1960; Financial Statements – Feb 16, 1960 – Mar 1, 1970; Financial Statements – Mar 1, 1970 – Dec 15, 1974; Invoices – 1946-1972; Cemetery Committee – 1965-1970; Bank Ledger Sheets – 1959- 1967; Accounts Payable – 1948- 1961; “On Demand” Notes of Loan Society – 1947-1959; Cancelled Cheques – 1961-1970; Cancelled Cheques – 1947-1955; Bank Books – 1969-1975; Bank Books – 1959, 1955-1967, 1971; Ledger – 1959-1962; Ledger – 1962-1973; Ledger – 1963- 1966; Box 5: Loan Society Ledgers, Rubber Stamps, Cash Box Loan Society Rubber Stamp; Loan Society Rubber Stamp, For Deposits; Loan Society Rubber Stamps, Signature; Loan Society Rubber Stamp, Signatures; Cash Box; Ledger – 1945-1951; Ledger – 1945-1953; Ledger – 1953-1961; Ledger – 1969-1972; Ledger – 1972-1974; Box 6: Religious Texts Festival Prayer Book; Hebrew Prayer Book; Hebrew Prayer Book; Holy Bible, Hebrew and English; Holy Bible, Hebrew; Prayer Book, Donated to Charles Finkelstein Family by Aurora Lodge – 1961; Prayer Book, Donated to Ivan Goodman by Aurora Lodge – 1962;
Custodial History
1. These records were transferred to the National Archives of Canada in 1973, and returned to the Ottawa Jewish Archives in 1996.
Notes
1. 1920-1939 board minutes in Yiddish 2. 1930-1943 Sisterhood minutes in Yiddish 3. Shamas is a caretaker who lived in synagogue quarters 4. After amalgamation, records given to the Jewish Community Centre 5. Abe Finestein recalled in a telephone conversation with L. D. that Aron Henry Levin lived on Gladstone and at one time stocked the fire at the James St. synagogue. He was the first president of B.J.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Spanish and Portuguese Congregation (Shearith Israel) - including original 1832 list of members

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Collection
Canadian Jewish Congress organizational records
Description Level
File
Material Format
textual record
Fonds No.
CJC0001; DA 02; DA 02-17-27
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Canadian Jewish Congress organizational records
Description Level
File
Material Format
textual record
Date
1937
Fonds No.
CJC0001
Series No.
DA 02
File No.
DA 02-17-27
Subjects
Spanish and Portuguese Congregation (Shearith Israel) - including original 1832 list of members
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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B'nai Jacob Congregation.

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Collection
B'nai Jacob Congregation = Sons of Jacob Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Fonds No.
C0006; OJA 5-274
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
B'nai Jacob Congregation = Sons of Jacob Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Date
July 2, 1931
Fonds No.
C0006
Item No.
OJA 5-274
Conservation
Photograph was restored at Lux Photographic Inc, August 2002.
Acquisition Source
Sylvia Friedman
Notes
L-R: Ottawa Mayor J. J. Allan standing in the forefront, Adolphe Sherman (with moustache) is seated behind the table, Mr. J. R. Fogle, and Hyman Bookman with his hand on his hat.
Archival / Genealogical
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Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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ADATH ISRAEL CONGREGATION.

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Collection
ADATH ISRAEL CONGREGATION.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.125 metres of textual records.
Fonds No.
I0001
Scope and Content
Minutes (1971). Documents about the sale of the building (1976). Agreement with Young Israel. Arbitration hearings documents. Correspondence. Notes. Report to Canadian Jewish Congress and other related documents (1977-1979). Financial reports (1947, 1957, 1966, 1968-1979). Money raised and owed (19…
Archival / Genealogical
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Collection
ADATH ISRAEL CONGREGATION.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.125 metres of textual records.
Scope and Content
Minutes (1971). Documents about the sale of the building (1976). Agreement with Young Israel. Arbitration hearings documents. Correspondence. Notes. Report to Canadian Jewish Congress and other related documents (1977-1979). Financial reports (1947, 1957, 1966, 1968-1979). Money raised and owed (1963). Members lists (1957). Outremont documents (1974-1978). Building recommendations (1977). Press releases. Correspondence (1935-1936, 1944, 1978-1979). Bulletins (1941-1944, 1947, 1952-1972, 1978). School statistics (Canadian Jewish Congress 1948). Graduation booklet (1948). Dedication/ anniversary booklets (1947, 1965, 1980). Fundraising information (1953-1957). Model Seder report (1977). Proposed architectural plans (not used. c.1938). Flyers. Invitations. Clippings (1939-1940, 1944-1956, 1966, 1981, 1986-1987)
Date
1935-1987.
Fonds No.
I0001
History Biographical
The Adath Israel Congregation first met in a rented hall in 1930. In 1936, land was bought in Outremont; in 1938 the synagogue was incorporated; by 1940 the building was completed. The Adath Israel, an Orthodox synagogue, also ran the first congregational day school in Canada in the synagogue building; a school was built in 1947. A Hebrew high school, the Adath Israel Academy, was begun in 1952, also with its own building. It was later called Hebrew Academy, and both schools amalgamated with Young Israel Synagogue's schools in 1965. The Adath Israel has its own cemetery. It also ran an afternoon school and developed a separate Sephardi service (Adat Yisrael S'faradi). Eventually, due to the shifting Jewish population, the Outremont buildings were sold and the congregation moved to a newly built synagogue in Hampstead in 1980. The Adath Israel had one of the first "contemporary" synagogue designs and was the first large, new synagogue built in the post-Depression era in Montreal.
Archival / Genealogical
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Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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SHAARE ZION CONGREGATION.

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Collection
SHAARE ZION CONGREGATION.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.21 metres of textual records.
Fonds No.
I0056
Scope and Content
Congregation list. Correspondence (1948, 1963). Synagogue bulletins (1937-1989). Sisterhood calendars and bulletins (1970, 1973, 1977). Men's club programs and calendars (1946, 1954, 1964). Conference agenda (1953). Dedication program (1957). Campaign literature (1941). Jewish Yearbook entries on S…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
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Collection
SHAARE ZION CONGREGATION.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.21 metres of textual records.
Scope and Content
Congregation list. Correspondence (1948, 1963). Synagogue bulletins (1937-1989). Sisterhood calendars and bulletins (1970, 1973, 1977). Men's club programs and calendars (1946, 1954, 1964). Conference agenda (1953). Dedication program (1957). Campaign literature (1941). Jewish Yearbook entries on Shaare Zion (1936, 1946, 1954, 1964 copies). Song sheet. Invitations. Flyers. Clippings (1932 copy, 1940-1963, 1974-1991). Shaare Zion Academy: student statistics, teachers' questionnaires (Canadian Jewish Congress 1948). Student magazine (Itonenu) (1962-1969, e/h).
Date
1932-1991.
Fonds No.
I0056
History Biographical
The Shaare Zion Congregation was begun in 1920, when services were held in two members' homes. As the congregation grew, a variety of locations were used until an Anglican church building was bought in 1925. A charter was granted in 1926 and the synagogue was officially founded. A Hebrew school was established in 1926 as well. The synagogue merged with the B'nai Israel Congregation in 1932. In 1939 the synagogue building was destroyed by fire. A temporary location was used until land was purchased on Cote St. Luc Road. The initial part of the new synagogue was finished in 1941, the completed building in 1947. In 1951 the Shaare Zion began the first Conservative day school in Canada, the Shaare Zion Academy, now known as the Solomon Schechter Academy. In 1955, a school building was added on and was recently expanded. The synagogue building was dedicated to the memory of synagogues destroyed in Europe by the Nazis.
Notes
English and Hebrew.Julius Berger files in Monty Berger collection (MC 10).Mostly clippings and copies.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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