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Chanukah evening at Machzikei Hadas Congregation or Members of the Board.

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Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Fonds No.
C0010; OJA 4-063
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Date
[1947-1948]
Fonds No.
C0010
Item No.
OJA 4-063
Storage Location
vault
Notes
L-R: Front row; A. Goren, M. Bordelay, A. Appotive, B. Greenberg, A. Fireman, H. Gencher, H. Weiner, J. Morris, M. Greenberg, L. Goren, and I. Zunder. Second row; A. Kevanstein, O. Petigorsky, I. Weiner, H. Sidelnik, H. Pleet, S. Saslove, Rev, N. Borenstein, Rev. S. Zuckerman, E. Weiner, and B. Taller. Third row; M. Nadolny, G. Applebaum, B. Applebaum, I. Nadler, M. Pleet,, J. Beckman, L. Snyder I. Finkelstein, T. Bordelay, S. Wiseman, and M. Shulman. Top row; J. Butovsky, Mrs. S. Zuckerman, Mrs. B. Polowin, B. Polowin, Mrs. H. Pleet, Mrs. J. Butovsky, Mrs. S. Eisenberg, Mrs. B. Taller and Mrs. S. Tanner.
Related Material
Also numbered 5-015 and CA1311.
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Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Chanukah evening at Machzikei Hadas Congregation or Members of the Board.

https://www.cjhn.ca/en/permalink/cjhn18255
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Fonds No.
C0010; OJA 4-063
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Date
[1947-1948]
Fonds No.
C0010
Item No.
OJA 4-063
Storage Location
vault
Notes
L-R: Front row; A. Goren, M. Bordelay, A. Appotive, B. Greenberg, A. Fireman, H. Gencher, H. Weiner, J. Morris, M. Greenberg, L. Goren, and I. Zunder. Second row; A. Kevanstein, O. Petigorsky, I. Weiner, H. Sidelnik, H. Pleet, S. Saslove, Rev, N. Borenstein, Rev. S. Zuckerman, E. Weiner, and B. Taller. Third row; M. Nadolny, G. Applebaum, B. Applebaum, I. Nadler, M. Pleet,, J. Beckman, L. Snyder I. Finkelstein, T. Bordelay, S. Wiseman, and M. Shulman. Top row; J. Butovsky, Mrs. S. Zuckerman, Mrs. B. Polowin, B. Polowin, Mrs. H. Pleet, Mrs. J. Butovsky, Mrs. S. Eisenberg, Mrs. B. Taller and Mrs. S. Tanner.
Related Material
Also numbered 5-015 and CA1311.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
Images
Less detail

Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds.

https://www.cjhn.ca/en/permalink/cjhn80305
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
textual records, graphic material, objects
Fonds No.
C0010
Scope and Content
BOX 1 - Various A folded poster donated by Estelle Gunner in 2009 showing several photographs of Machzikei Hadas on Murray Street on one side and model of new synagogue in Alta Vista. Produced for purpose of advertising telephone campaign for pledges to pay for new building. Rabbi Bulka's photo an…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
textual records, graphic material, objects
Scope and Content
BOX 1 - Various A folded poster donated by Estelle Gunner in 2009 showing several photographs of Machzikei Hadas on Murray Street on one side and model of new synagogue in Alta Vista. Produced for purpose of advertising telephone campaign for pledges to pay for new building. Rabbi Bulka's photo and message included (see 5-080-03); A copy of an interview with Mr. Laibel Steinberg on the early history of the congregation - Date Unknown; Sisterhood of Machzikei Hadas Senior Girls of the Junior Congregation formal tea invitation. Hostesses - Debbie Applebaum, Enid Appotive, Ilsa Dubrovsky, Barbara Greenberg, Minchie Goldberg, Adele Goldstein, Zena Koffman, Norma Kufsky, Shelly Segal, Eleanor Schwartz, Eleanor Steinberg - 1963 Notices of Formal Meetings, 1958-1974 (with gaps); A list of past presidents; The original mortgage agreement for M. H. Clarence St., 1908; Bylaws of Machzikei Hadas Congregation, 1919; Constitution and Bylaws, 1959; Declaration of trust (two originals - one signed, one unsigned), 1930; Mortgage documents, 1916; Correspondence - Legal, Corporation Statements, 1928-1936, 1946, 1960; Member Lists, 1949, 1970, 1971, 1972 (includes a list of leaders for various committees within the congregation and a letter that was sent to new congregants - 1971-1972); Three certificates of Pew Ownership - H. Steinman, 1933; Max Drazin, 1931; H. PLeet, 1931; Application cards for membership - One completed, many blanks, 1950's; An agreement of Seat Purchase for H. Steinman, 1927; A list of Officers of the Corporation of Spanish and Portuguese Jews and their bylaws, 1949; Contract with Cantor Reverend Nathan Borenstein, 1957; Burning the mortgage banquet, 1947; Hebrew Publishing Compnay calendar, 1936; Financial Reports, 1955, 1960; Copy of Ben Karp Yiddish Bar Mitzva speech, 1930; A file of material donated by Oscar Petegorsky in the Fall of 2002 - A receipt for Oscar Petegorsky for the sum of $25.00 for the purchace of a burial plot for Mr. Slack - 1934, An account statement from A. J. Freiman Limited showing a $100.00 fee for the decoration of his department store building on Rideau St. to decorate it for the King's visit - 1939, An invoice to Mr. Steinberg detailing expenses to be paid - 1939, A pamphlet announcing the final shabbat (shabbos) service at Machzikei Hadas on Murray Street; A Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 1967; A small file of newspaper clippings; Murray Street blank stationary; Cornerstone contents; a list of names on paper in the cornerstone. It came in a tin box which was stolen during a break-in. A Minutes Ledger and its translations, 1946-1960?; A plaque regarding the Machzikei Hadas murals; Artifiact, ironstone plate with a decal of 264 Murray Street synagogue, dated September 24, 1973. Signed by Saul Saslove, President, Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka. Donated by Mrs Ben Karp, 2004 located in small records centre box; An Alta Vista location Bingo advertisement matchbook; Machzikei Hadas constitution, 1975; A Jewish National Fund certificate from the Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood stating that two trees have been planted in honour of Minnie Drazin for being "Woman of the Year," 1967; A file on the Coat of Arms for Machzikei Hadas, 1994; A book written by Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka called, "An Unforgettable Hour: Congregation Machzikei Hadas receives a coat of arms,"1997; Machzikei Hadas Calendars; BOX 2 - Various A "History" file - Machzikei Hadas but also many other handwritten notes from former Archivist Shirley Berman on a variety of subjects. There is an interview from 1950 from Jacob Freedman. He talks of coming to the city, meeting John Dover, Jacob Cohen, Moses Bilsky, Issacher Dov Berman and others. He talks about the Shohets of Ottawa and matters of Kashruth and the early competing Minyanim. Three pages on the history of the Machzikei Hadas congregation and synagogue. Sylvia Kershman's notes and Remembrances, 2001; Promotional brochure for the Alta Vista synagogue location, date nknown; Dedication - Script and Direction by Sol Max "Memory Lane," June, 1974; Rosh Hashana, 1973; Max Nadolny dinner, 1976; Program for the Sefer Torah Presentation, 1979; Burn the mortgage campaign, 1981; 25th Anniversary, 1999; Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka - Invitations and programs, 1982-1993; Correspondence from Jack Haberman, 1977; Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Passover preparations, list of Officers, list of activities, 1971, 1982-1990; Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Invitations, 1981-1989; Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Strawberry Tea Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Sale of Israel Bonds, 1966-1987; Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Minutes, 1949-160 (file states that contents are on loan from Bessie Applebaum); Machziei Hadas Sisterhood - Administrative Documents and notes, 1987; Machzikei Hadas - Debut Theater, contains many advertisements for local businesses, date unknown; Newsletters and Announcements, 1982-2006; Fundraising for Capital Campaign, $2,000,000.00, possibly 2006; Shabbat-iton, 1990, 1991, 1997, 2002; Announcements, various dates begining 1981; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 1975-1984; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 1985-1990; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 1997-2001; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 2002-2008; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 2008-2013; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 2013- General Information from the Machzikei Hadas website, December 22, 2009; The Future of the Congregation, 2009, 2011; Members Information, 2009-2005;
Date
1908-2016
Fonds No.
C0010
Storage Location
vault
History Biographical
Machzikei Hadas Congregation began as a small group of people who worshipped in a home on St. Patrick Street owned by Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg. They met every Shabbat, winter and summer, paying 25 cents per week for dues. Then one High Holiday, they rented a hall at the corner of Dalhousie and St. Patrick Street for one month covering Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and charged $1.00. In 1908, approximatly 15 to 20 families bought the building at 264 Murrary Street, the former site of Adath Jeshrun Congregation and repurposed soda water factory of Michael Fine, and returned it to its original religious function. 264 Murrary Street became the first permanent Machzikei Hadas synagogue. Laibel and Max Steinberg and Kseil and Abraham Applebaum worked on 264 Murray to transform it into a synagogue again. An $1800.00 mortgage, taken out on May 12, 1908, uses the formal name of the congregation. Signatures include Henry Levine - tailor, Nathan Wolfe - tailor, Benjamin Nathan (son) - peddler, Max Friedman - shoemaker, Max (Mendel) Lachowitz - peddler and Abraham Applebaum - carpenter.The Congregation was incorporated on July 15, 1919 as Machezike Hadath Congregation (a spelling which was later modified). In 1923, the congregation purchased two homes owned by Oscar Petigorsky at the corner of King Edward and Murray Streets. The synagogue at 259 Murray Street opened in 1929. It was during Abraham Doren's presidency from 1935-1938 that the decorative murals were installed along the women's gallery. Reverend Baker served as cantor from 1910 until his death in 1945. He was followed by Reverend Nathan Borenstein and Reverend Harry Weissbord. Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka arrived in 1967 and continued in that post into the 21st century. Machzikei Hadas relocated in 1973 to a newly designed synagogue on Virginia Drive in Alta Vista. In its new location it extends services to 500 families including youth, seniors, educational and public awareness programs. On December 27, 1973, by Letters Patent, the name was changed to Congregation Machzikei Hadas. In 1994 Machzikei Hadas congregation became the first synagogue in the history of the Commonwealth to be granted a coat of arms. Presidents of Machzikei Hadas: 1925-1932 - Max Drazin 1932-1934 - Abraham Dworkin 1934-1935 - Oscar Petigorsky 1935-1938 - Abraham Goren 1938-1939 - Oscar Petigorsky 1939-1941 - Edward Weiner 1941-1942 - Zalman Silver 1942-1943 - Mendel Steinberg 1943-1953 - Saul Saslove 1953-1955 - Edward Weiner 1956-1957 - Mendel Steinberg 1957-1962 - Saul Saslove 1962-1964 - David Appotive 1964- Max Greenberg 1964-1970 - Rudy Appotive 1970-1973 - Saul Saslove 1973-1975 - Jack Pleet 1975-1977 - Laurence Sugerman 1977-1981 - Harry Rosenberg 1981-1983 - Morris Melamed 1983-1985 - Murray Citron 1985-1987 - Kenneth Miller 1987-1989 - Akiva Kriger 1989-1991 - Stephen Appotive 1991-1993 - Howard Goldberg 1993-1995 - David Kardish 1995-1997 - Louis Honigman 1997-1999 - Hymie Reichstein 2000-2002 - Joel Taller 2003-2006 - David Freeman 2007-2008 - Eric Wilner 2008-2010 - Andrew Fainer 2010-2012 - Harry Prizant 2012- present - Jonah Rabinovitch
Notes
1. Early history quotation taken from Sol Max. Retrospect and Prospect presentation at Machzikei Hadas Dedication, Sunday, June 16, 1974. 2. A documentary by the National Film Board called Bar Mitzvah was filmed at 264 Murray Street, probably the late 1950s, and is available from Adele Sidney. 3. Incorporation date from Rabbi Lifschutz letter, January 17, 1951; 4. A decorative and inscribed silver tray given to L. Gunner in recognition of being a life member of the Machzikei Hadas Congregation. Inscription states, "Congregation Machzikei / Adas / Life Member / Mr L. Gunner." and a black marble pen holder given in recognition to L. Gunner. Inscription reads incorrectly as "L. Gonner". It states, "Chevra Mishnyas / Machzikei Adas / Feb. 21st - 1960 / Sec. L. Gonner". Donated in July, 2011 by his son, Sol Gunner, located in artifacts section of vault. 10. Information pertaining to date of murals obtained from Abraham Goren's daughter, Mrs. Sally Taller in November, 2011. She remembers that he liked colour and was very proud of this accomplishment during his presidency.
Related Material
Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka fonds, MG 31, F 14, is available with the National Archives of Canada See Individual file for Laibel Steinberg's history of early congregation. See Committee to Save the Murals subseries.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds.

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Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
textual records, graphic material, objects
Fonds No.
C0010
Scope and Content
BOX 1 - Various A folded poster donated by Estelle Gunner in 2009 showing several photographs of Machzikei Hadas on Murray Street on one side and model of new synagogue in Alta Vista. Produced for purpose of advertising telephone campaign for pledges to pay for new building. Rabbi Bulka's photo an…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
textual records, graphic material, objects
Scope and Content
BOX 1 - Various A folded poster donated by Estelle Gunner in 2009 showing several photographs of Machzikei Hadas on Murray Street on one side and model of new synagogue in Alta Vista. Produced for purpose of advertising telephone campaign for pledges to pay for new building. Rabbi Bulka's photo and message included (see 5-080-03); A copy of an interview with Mr. Laibel Steinberg on the early history of the congregation - Date Unknown; Sisterhood of Machzikei Hadas Senior Girls of the Junior Congregation formal tea invitation. Hostesses - Debbie Applebaum, Enid Appotive, Ilsa Dubrovsky, Barbara Greenberg, Minchie Goldberg, Adele Goldstein, Zena Koffman, Norma Kufsky, Shelly Segal, Eleanor Schwartz, Eleanor Steinberg - 1963 Notices of Formal Meetings, 1958-1974 (with gaps); A list of past presidents; The original mortgage agreement for M. H. Clarence St., 1908; Bylaws of Machzikei Hadas Congregation, 1919; Constitution and Bylaws, 1959; Declaration of trust (two originals - one signed, one unsigned), 1930; Mortgage documents, 1916; Correspondence - Legal, Corporation Statements, 1928-1936, 1946, 1960; Member Lists, 1949, 1970, 1971, 1972 (includes a list of leaders for various committees within the congregation and a letter that was sent to new congregants - 1971-1972); Three certificates of Pew Ownership - H. Steinman, 1933; Max Drazin, 1931; H. PLeet, 1931; Application cards for membership - One completed, many blanks, 1950's; An agreement of Seat Purchase for H. Steinman, 1927; A list of Officers of the Corporation of Spanish and Portuguese Jews and their bylaws, 1949; Contract with Cantor Reverend Nathan Borenstein, 1957; Burning the mortgage banquet, 1947; Hebrew Publishing Compnay calendar, 1936; Financial Reports, 1955, 1960; Copy of Ben Karp Yiddish Bar Mitzva speech, 1930; A file of material donated by Oscar Petegorsky in the Fall of 2002 - A receipt for Oscar Petegorsky for the sum of $25.00 for the purchace of a burial plot for Mr. Slack - 1934, An account statement from A. J. Freiman Limited showing a $100.00 fee for the decoration of his department store building on Rideau St. to decorate it for the King's visit - 1939, An invoice to Mr. Steinberg detailing expenses to be paid - 1939, A pamphlet announcing the final shabbat (shabbos) service at Machzikei Hadas on Murray Street; A Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 1967; A small file of newspaper clippings; Murray Street blank stationary; Cornerstone contents; a list of names on paper in the cornerstone. It came in a tin box which was stolen during a break-in. A Minutes Ledger and its translations, 1946-1960?; A plaque regarding the Machzikei Hadas murals; Artifiact, ironstone plate with a decal of 264 Murray Street synagogue, dated September 24, 1973. Signed by Saul Saslove, President, Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka. Donated by Mrs Ben Karp, 2004 located in small records centre box; An Alta Vista location Bingo advertisement matchbook; Machzikei Hadas constitution, 1975; A Jewish National Fund certificate from the Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood stating that two trees have been planted in honour of Minnie Drazin for being "Woman of the Year," 1967; A file on the Coat of Arms for Machzikei Hadas, 1994; A book written by Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka called, "An Unforgettable Hour: Congregation Machzikei Hadas receives a coat of arms,"1997; Machzikei Hadas Calendars; BOX 2 - Various A "History" file - Machzikei Hadas but also many other handwritten notes from former Archivist Shirley Berman on a variety of subjects. There is an interview from 1950 from Jacob Freedman. He talks of coming to the city, meeting John Dover, Jacob Cohen, Moses Bilsky, Issacher Dov Berman and others. He talks about the Shohets of Ottawa and matters of Kashruth and the early competing Minyanim. Three pages on the history of the Machzikei Hadas congregation and synagogue. Sylvia Kershman's notes and Remembrances, 2001; Promotional brochure for the Alta Vista synagogue location, date nknown; Dedication - Script and Direction by Sol Max "Memory Lane," June, 1974; Rosh Hashanah, 1973; Max Nadolny dinner, 1976; Program for the Sefer Torah Presentation, 1979; Burn the mortgage campaign, 1981; 25th Anniversary, 1999; Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka - Invitations and programs, 1982-1993; Correspondence from Jack Haberman, 1977; Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Passover preparations, list of Officers, list of activities, 1971, 1982-1990; Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Invitations, 1981-1989; Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Strawberry Tea Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Sale of Israel Bonds, 1966-1987; Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood - Minutes, 1949-160 (file states that contents are on loan from Bessie Applebaum); Machziei Hadas Sisterhood - Administrative Documents and notes, 1987; Machzikei Hadas - Debut Theater, contains many advertisements for local businesses, date unknown; Newsletters and Announcements, 1982-2006; Fundraising for Capital Campaign, $2,000,000.00, possibly 2006; Shabbat-iton, 1990, 1991, 1997, 2002; Announcements, various dates begining 1981; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 1975-1984; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 1985-1990; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 1997-2001; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 2002-2008; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 2008-2013; Shuleinu - Machzikei Hadas Bulletin, 2013- General Information from the Machzikei Hadas website, December 22, 2009; The Future of the Congregation, 2009, 2011; Members Information, 2009-2005;
Date
1908-2016
Fonds No.
C0010
Storage Location
1 box in OS
History Biographical
Machzikei Hadas Congregation began as a small group of people who worshipped in a home on St. Patrick Street owned by Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg. They met every Shabbat, winter and summer, paying 25 cents per week for dues. Then one High Holiday, they rented a hall at the corner of Dalhousie and St. Patrick Street for one month covering Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and charged $1.00. In 1908, approximately 15 to 20 families bought the building at 264 Murray Street, the former site of Adath Jeshrun Congregation and repurposed soda water factory of Michael Fine, and returned it to its original religious function. 264 Murray Street became the first permanent Machzikei Hadas synagogue. Laibel and Max Steinberg and Kseil and Abraham Applebaum worked on 264 Murray to transform it into a synagogue again. An $1800.00 mortgage, taken out on May 12, 1908, uses the formal name of the congregation. Signatures include Henry Levine - tailor, Nathan Wolfe - tailor, Benjamin Nathan (son) - peddler, Max Friedman - shoemaker, Max (Mendel) Lachowitz - peddler and Abraham Applebaum - carpenter. The Congregation was incorporated on July 15, 1919 as Machezike Hadath Congregation (a spelling which was later modified). In 1923, the congregation purchased two homes owned by Oscar Petigorsky at the corner of King Edward and Murray Streets. The synagogue at 259 Murray Street opened in 1929. It was during Abraham Doren's presidency from 1935-1938 that the decorative murals were installed along the women's gallery. Reverend Baker served as cantor from 1910 until his death in 1945. He was followed by Reverend Nathan Borenstein and Reverend Harry Weissbord. Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka arrived in 1967 and continued in that post into the 21st century. Machzikei Hadas relocated in 1973 to a newly designed synagogue on Virginia Drive in Alta Vista. In its new location it extends services to 500 families including youth, seniors, educational and public awareness programs. On December 27, 1973, by Letters Patent, the name was changed to Congregation Machzikei Hadas. In 1994 Machzikei Hadas congregation became the first synagogue in the history of the Commonwealth to be granted a coat of arms. Presidents of Machzikei Hadas: 1925-1932 - Max Drazin 1932-1934 - Abraham Dworkin 1934-1935 - Oscar Petigorsky 1935-1938 - Abraham Goren 1938-1939 - Oscar Petigorsky 1939-1941 - Edward Weiner 1941-1942 - Zalman Silver 1942-1943 - Mendel Steinberg 1943-1953 - Saul Saslove 1953-1955 - Edward Weiner 1956-1957 - Mendel Steinberg 1957-1962 - Saul Saslove 1962-1964 - David Appotive 1964- Max Greenberg 1964-1970 - Rudy Appotive 1970-1973 - Saul Saslove 1973-1975 - Jack Pleet 1975-1977 - Laurence Sugerman 1977-1981 - Harry Rosenberg 1981-1983 - Morris Melamed 1983-1985 - Murray Citron 1985-1987 - Kenneth Miller 1987-1989 - Akiva Kriger 1989-1991 - Stephen Appotive 1991-1993 - Howard Goldberg 1993-1995 - David Kardish 1995-1997 - Louis Honigman 1997-1999 - Hymie Reichstein 2000-2002 - Joel Taller 2003-2006 - David Freeman 2007-2008 - Eric Wilner 2008-2010 - Andrew Fainer 2010-2012 - Harry Prizant 2012- present - Jonah Rabinovitch
Notes
1. Early history quotation taken from Sol Max. Retrospect and Prospect presentation at Machzikei Hadas Dedication, Sunday, June 16, 1974. 2. A documentary by the National Film Board called Bar Mitzvah was filmed at 264 Murray Street, probably the late 1950s, and is available from Adele Sidney. 3. Incorporation date from Rabbi Lifschutz letter, January 17, 1951; 4. A decorative and inscribed silver tray given to L. Gunner in recognition of being a life member of the Machzikei Hadas Congregation. Inscription states, "Congregation Machzikei / Adas / Life Member / Mr L. Gunner." and a black marble pen holder given in recognition to L. Gunner. Inscription reads incorrectly as "L. Gonner". It states, "Chevra Mishnyas / Machzikei Adas / Feb. 21st - 1960 / Sec. L. Gonner". Donated in July, 2011 by his son, Sol Gunner, located in artifacts section of vault. 10. Information pertaining to date of murals obtained from Abraham Goren's daughter, Mrs. Sally Taller in November, 2011. She remembers that he liked colour and was very proud of this accomplishment during his presidency.
Related Material
Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka fonds, MG 31, F 14, is available with the National Archives of Canada See Individual file for Laibel Steinberg's history of early congregation. See Committee to Save the Murals subseries.
Archival / Genealogical
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Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Banquet at Machzikei Hadas Congregation.

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Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Fonds No.
C0010; OJA 5-316
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Date
February 1, 1943
Fonds No.
C0010
Item No.
OJA 5-316
Notes
Sam Kardash is located at the bottom right of the photograph.
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Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Channukah Banquet at Machzikei Hadas Congregation on Murray Street in Ottawa.

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Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Fonds No.
C0010; OJA 5-317
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Date
1946
Fonds No.
C0010
Item No.
OJA 5-317
History Biographical
Mrs. Rachel Gunner (shown with pearls) is Sol Gunner's mother.
Notes
L-R: Rabbi Lifschutz (standing). Rabbi B. Kravetz (seated), Mr. Lachavitz, guest from Montreal next to Rabbi. Others are Harry Pleet, Bertha Pleet, Mr. & Mrs. H. Sedelnick and Mrs. Rachel Gunner.
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Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Machzikei Hadas Congregation in Ottawa murals, view of balcony and murals.

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Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : col.
Fonds No.
C0010; OJA 14-042
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : col.
Date
[1978-1979]
Fonds No.
C0010
Item No.
OJA 14-042
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Plaque presentation at Machzikei Hadas Congregation.

https://www.cjhn.ca/en/permalink/cjhn82143
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Fonds No.
C0010; OJA 5-278
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Date
[ca. 1948]
Fonds No.
C0010
Item No.
OJA 5-278
Storage Location
vault
Acquisition Source
John Greenberg
Notes
L-R: fifth individual is Harry Pleet, Mrs. Lillian Saslove, Saul Saslove, Rabbi Kravetz, Rabbi E. Lifschutz, Mr. Lachovitz and Cantor Borenstein.
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Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Members of Machzikei Hadas Sisterhood at the home of Lillian Saslove.

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Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Fonds No.
C0010; OJA 5-276-03
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w
Date
[194-?]
Fonds No.
C0010
Item No.
OJA 5-276-03
Storage Location
vault
Notes
L-R: Back row; Millie Korn, Fanny Blostein, Lillie (Marcovitch) Saslove, unidentified, Mary Goldfield, Sarah Cogan, Helen Goldenberg, and Mary Klaman. Front row; Unidentified, Betty Segal, Lillian Saslove, and Minnie Herscovitch. Photograph taken at the Saslove homeon Chapel Street.
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Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Machzikei Hadas Congregation in Ottawa murals, view of murals from the balcony with the north window.

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Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : col.
Fonds No.
C0010; OJA 14-034
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Machzikei Hadas Congregation fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Format
graphic material
Physical Description
1 photograph : col.
Date
[1978-1979]
Fonds No.
C0010
Item No.
OJA 14-034
Notes
This photograph was taken just before the demolition of the synagogue.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
Images
Less detail

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