Recipes for kosher meals; including prologue by Mrs. Theresa Abramowitz; 197 pages plus advertisements; price: $2.25; 6 recipes highlighted at the very back page. This is a collection of recipes from many contributors; compiled by Miss Libbie Jacobs; assisted by Mrs. A. M. Bilsky and Mrs. A. H. Jackson.
Document : b&w ; Ht:27.8 cm x W:36.8 cm : Latin and English
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November 9, 1978
This document certifies that Heram Abramowitz advanced to the First, Second and Third Degree of St. George's No. 10 Lodge. Signed by W. W. Williamson, Grand Secretary. Number '25255' typed on the centre bottom, which probably addresses the membership number.
Document ; Ht:40.2 cm x W:50.4 cm : Latin and English
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April 17, 1891
"These are to certify that our Brother, Lazarus Cohen, who hath signed his name in the margin hereof was regularly received into Free Masonry on the 12th day of April A.L. 5890 in the Mount Moriah Lodge No 38 was advanced to the second Degree on the 7th day of November A.L. 5890 in the above named Lodge, and was admitted to the Third Degree on the 6th day of Feb. A.L. 5891 in the same Lodge and that he is duly registered in the Books of this grand Lodge accordingly.
In Testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of the Grand Lodge at Montreal the 17th day of April A.L. 5891. A.D. 1891."
Front view of the synagogue on St. Constant St. (now du Bullion) in Montreal. The Congregation moved to McGill College Avenue in 1886, where it was renamed Congregation Shaar Hashomayim (The Gate of Heaven).
Photograph depicting Prime Minister, W.L. Mackenzie King, who was Prime Minister of Canada intermittently between 1921 and 1948. Among the Members of Parliament representing the Province of Quebec was S.W. Jacobs (third row, second from right), who had figured in many important cases before the courts in matters affecting Canadian Jews and their rights under the Civil Law in the early 20th century.
Herbert Asler son of Moses Vineberg, merchant, and Augusta, his wife, of Montreal, was born on the 8th day of month of September one thousand eight hundred and ninety three, and registered by me on the eleventh day of the month of October in the same year. Signed E. Friedlander, Rabbi. Stamped on postage stamp "From Secretary’s Office." Also signed by Deputy Eugene Garneau, Montreal, March 18, 1917. On reverse "The 8th day of September 1893, Extract of Registration of Herman Ansler Vineberg."