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Jewish Junior Welfare League Collection

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Collection
Jewish Junior Welfare League Collection
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
2.1m of textual material and other material
Fonds No.
1022
Scope and Content
This collection consists of office records pertaining to Jewish Junior Welfare League activities, correspondence and material related to these activities, material published or collected by the JJWL, certificates and awards they have received and multiple media material.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
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Collection
Jewish Junior Welfare League Collection
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
2.1m of textual material and other material
Scope and Content
This collection consists of office records pertaining to Jewish Junior Welfare League activities, correspondence and material related to these activities, material published or collected by the JJWL, certificates and awards they have received and multiple media material.
Date
1926-1984
Fonds No.
1022
Storage Location
JPL
Creator
Jewish Junior Welfare League
History Biographical
The Jewish Junior Welfare League was founded in 1926 by 26 young ladies who were dedicated to the ideal of community service. The league's objective from the start were: A. To train and educate its members as able volunteers. B. To sustain by means of volunteer service and financial assistance a number of worthy projects eeded by the community. C. To keep members enlightened on all issues within the scope of the social, economic and cultural welfare of the community. Projects over the years included volunteering in hospitals, schools & developing recreational programs for young and old, healthy and sick. The league reached its zenith in the 1960s with a membership of 300. By the mid 1970s problems began to beset them, however. Their ranks became depleted as more and more women chose to go to work, and many of the needs they were filling were taken over by government agencies. June 19, 1984 at the annual meeting the decision to disband was taken.
Language
English
Custodial History
Transferred from the Jewish Junior Welfare League.
Notes
The fonds also includes objects. Title based on the content of the collection.
Access Restriction
Some privacy restrictions may apply.
Reproduction Restrictions
Some copyright restrictions may apply.
Accession No.
00-126
Name Access
Jewish Junior Welfare League
Subjects
Volunteers
Women's organizations
Philanthropy
Places
Montreal (Quebec)
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Allan Raymond Collection

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Collection
Allan Raymond Collection
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
16 linear metres of multiple media
Fonds No.
1034
Scope and Content
Consists of numerous series and sub-series from individuals, families, organizations and businesses from within the Jewish community of Montreal. Includes various forms of records such as correspondence, photographs, artefacts and ledgers.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
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Collection
Allan Raymond Collection
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
16 linear metres of multiple media
Scope and Content
Consists of numerous series and sub-series from individuals, families, organizations and businesses from within the Jewish community of Montreal. Includes various forms of records such as correspondence, photographs, artefacts and ledgers.
Fonds No.
1034
Storage Location
JPL
History Biographical
Allan Raymond (1922- ) was born in Lithuania and came to Montreal in 1928. He is a researcher and lecturer of Canadian Jewish history and an avid collector of Canadian Judaica. Raymond also considered himself a romantic poet. He had a successful career as an insurance broker in Montreal and during World War II served overseas with the Royal Canadian Air Force. Amongst his varied community activities he served as public relations director of the Westmount Historical Association, Montreal Jewish Historical Society, St. James Literary Society, One Parent Families Association, Parents Without Partners Association, the YMHA Chaverim Group, Avant Garde Singles Group and S-Group. Mr. Raymond conducted research for the Montreal Gazette's "Great Montreal Walks" as well as for the television documentary "Six Decades." Many of his historical documents and photographs were exhibited at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Universite de Montreal, Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom, Shaar Hashomayim Congregation and the Jewish Public Library. He has delivered a series of illustrated lectures dealing with Canadian Judaica at the former Saidye Bronfman Centre among other institutions. This collection was accumulated by Allan Raymond over a period of thirty-five years. Most of the collection held at the Jewish Public Library was donated in 1993 and again in 1999. Mr. Raymond continues in his collecting as well as donations of material to the Jewish Public Library Archives to this day.
Language
English
Yiddish
French
Hebrew
Custodial History
Received by the Jewish Public Library by Allan Raymond in 1993 and 1999.
Arrangement
Each series arranged individual to the specific family, person, institution, business or organization. Also includes materials arranged based on format such as "artefacts."
Access Restriction
Some restrictions may apply due to Privacy legislation.
Reproduction Restrictions
Some restrictions may apply due to Copyright legislation.
Finding Aid
Original finding aid available in JPL-A.
Subjects
Abramowitz, Herman
Abramowitz, Tess (nee Bokar)
Montreal (Quebec) - Buildings, structures, etc.
Montreal (Quebec) - Street scenes
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Fonds

https://www.cjhn.ca/en/permalink/cjhn34043
Collection
Co-operative Commonwealth Federation
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
Physical Description
8cm of textual records
Fonds No.
1199
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of 11 files of records relating to the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation Fonds. Included are political platforms, notices of public events, financial statements, correspondence, reports on elections, publications on the CCF in Saskatchewan, Ontario and Quebec.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
Co-operative Commonwealth Federation
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
Physical Description
8cm of textual records
Scope and Content
The fonds consists of 11 files of records relating to the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation Fonds. Included are political platforms, notices of public events, financial statements, correspondence, reports on elections, publications on the CCF in Saskatchewan, Ontario and Quebec.
Date
1945-1953
Fonds No.
1199
Storage Location
JPL
Physical Condition
Varying condition among documents, some brittle.
Language
English
French
Yiddish
Subjects
Cooperative Commonwealth Federation
Caldwell, M.J.
Klein, A. M. (Abraham Moses), 1909-1972.
Political elections
Politics and government
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Lea Roback Fonds

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Collection
Lea Roback Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
4.8m of textual records. -- 1013 photographs.
Fonds No.
1243
Scope and Content
The Fonds contains material reflecting Lea Roback's activity in politics, union organization and activism in addition to personal records that document her relationship with family. Records from her political and activist work include radio addresses, correspondence, fliers, reports, and periodical…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
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Collection
Lea Roback Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
4.8m of textual records. -- 1013 photographs.
Scope and Content
The Fonds contains material reflecting Lea Roback's activity in politics, union organization and activism in addition to personal records that document her relationship with family. Records from her political and activist work include radio addresses, correspondence, fliers, reports, and periodicals. Personal records include correspondence wit her family members, the narrative of the Roback family written in prose, and various pieces of memorabilia belonging to Roback. The majority of the photographs in the collection are of Lea and her family from their time in Montreal, Beauport (QC) as well as Lea's travels in Europe. The series included within the Lea Roback Fonds are the following:
Series 1 -- Professional activity
Series 2 -- Biographical and personal material
Series 3 -- Correspondence
Series 4 -- Bibliographic reference publications
Series 5 -- Videos
Series 6 -- Photographs
Series 7 -- Graphic material
Date
1901-1998 ; predominant 1930-1998
Fonds No.
1243
Storage Location
JPL
History Biographical
Activist and organizer, Lea Roback was born on November 3rd, 1903 in Montreal. She was the second of nine children of Fanny (1885-1973) and Moses (1870-1935) Roback, both of whom immigrated from Poland. She spent her childhood in Beauport, Quebec where her parents ran a general store. The Robacks spoke Yiddish at home; outside it was French or English. Léa was able to switch freely between languages, a skill that became useful in work with labour organizations. When Léa was fourteen the family returned to Montreal where, two years later, she began working in the city's factories. It was at this point that she became accutely aware of the inequality between Montreal's affluent English-speaking families and the mostly French and Jewish working class. In the mid-1920s, Léa spent a two years at the University of Grenoble in France, supporting herself by privately teaching English to students. In 1928, Léa joined her older brother Harry in Berlin where he was studying medicine. She enrolled at the University of Berlin studying Sociology and German. Léa became involved with leftwing student groups and eventually joined the Communist Party. In 1932 Lea returned to Montreal, finding work as a youth group director at the Young Women’s Hebrew Association, where her mentor was Saidye Bronfman, wife of Sam Bronfman. In 1935 she managed the Modern Bookshop on Bleury Street, the first Marxist bookstore in Quebec, which became a gathering place for local radicals. That same year Lea coordinated Fred Rose's bid for election. Eight years following this campaign, Rose became the first communist elected to the House of Commons. In 1936 she was recruited by Thérèse Casgrain, legendary women’s suffrage leader, to assist in her work to obtain the vote for women in Quebec. Léa also became involved with the International Ladies Garment Workers’ Union (ILGWU) during their attempts to improve conditions in the garment industry. In 1937, Léa was a leader – along with organizers such as Rose Pesotta and Bernard Shane – in organizing over 5,000 women who walked off the job from the garment industry factories of Montreal. During the war years, Lea began working for the Radio Corporation of America (R.C.A.) and became an organizer for the United Electrical Workers, where she was a business agent for the 3,000 R.C.A. workers in Montreal. Lea was an active advocate for social justice and human rights for the majority of her life. She was affliated with numerous organizations in Montreal including the Québec Aid to the Partially Sighted, the Voice of Women, as well as anti-nuclear and anti-war groups. Lea was a continual presence within the ranks passing out leaflets, demonstrationing, providing support and lending her respected voice to so many causes.
Language
English
French
Yiddish
Spanish
Acquisition Source
Lea Roback
Custodial History
This material was donated to the Jewish Public Library Archives by Lea Roback in 1998. The material of the Fonds was in the possession of Ms. Roback until the date of the transfer.
Arrangement
The arrangement of the Lea Roback fonds maintained the order in which it was donated to the archives with the exception of Series 3. In the correspondence series, letters were grouped by sender and when without date or an identifiable author, were grouped together. In 2015, as a result of entering unprocessed material into the database, the intellectual arrangement of this fonds was also updated. To consult the original finding aid please contact the JPL-A directly.
Notes
In addition to textual and photographic material, the Lea Roback Fonds contains sound recordings (10 audio cassettes) and graphic material (2 prints, 7 posters)
Access Restriction
Some privacy restrictions apply to material within the Léa Roback Fonds. Please contact the JPL-A directly for further information.
Reproduction Restrictions
Some Copyright restrictions may apply
Finding Aid
Detailed finding aid available; file level control.
Accession No.
09-002
Name Access
Roback, Lea, 1903-2000
Subjects
Roback, Lea, 1903-2000
Labour movement
Labour unions
Women Workers
Women in the labour movement - Canada
Working Class
Feminism
Social justice
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Rita Briansky Fonds

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Collection
Rita Briansky Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
1.0m of textual documents ; 54 sketchbooks ; 1623 photographs ; 3 audio cassettes
Fonds No.
1291
Scope and Content
The fonds contains documentation, professional and working materials of Rita Briansky’s many projects and works. The fonds consists of textual records, including correspondence, selections of the artist’s writing; graphic material, including sketchbooks and photographic documentation of…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
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Collection
Rita Briansky Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
multiple media
Physical Description
1.0m of textual documents ; 54 sketchbooks ; 1623 photographs ; 3 audio cassettes
Scope and Content
The fonds contains documentation, professional and working materials of Rita Briansky’s many projects and works. The fonds consists of textual records, including correspondence, selections of the artist’s writing; graphic material, including sketchbooks and photographic documentation of her work; audio recordings of Rita Briansky’s interviews and reviews; newspaper clippings, bibliographic reference publications and articles citing the artist’s work.
Date
1910 - 2011 [predominant 1950 to 2000]
Fonds No.
1291
Storage Location
JPL
Creator
Rita Briansky
History Biographical
Rita Briansky, painter, printmaker-etcher and teacher, was born in 1925 in Grajewo, Poland. Together with her mother and two sisters, Bella and Becky, the family moved to Ansonville, Ontario in 1929. Here, they joined Briansky’s father and uncle, Jake Perlmutter, and his family in Ansonville, which at the time had a small Jewish community. In 1939, the family moved to Val d’Or, Quebec and finally to Montreal in 1941. Then in her mid-teens, Rita Briansky was a keen student who nourished a continued interest in art. With the move to Montreal, the Briansky Family struggled financially and was unable to afford the fee for Rita’s high school education. It was the Yiddish poet Ida Massey who found Rita a job so she would be able to pay for her schooling. This encouragement served as the beginning of a valuable friendship, as well as helping foster Briansky’s artistic career. Massey later introduced Rita to Alexander Berkowitz who at the time was giving art classes at the St. Urbain Street ‘Y’. Her training and experience quickly expanded, taking the young artist through Montreal’s Ecole des Beaux-Arts and New York’s Arts Student League. In 1949, Rita married fellow painter, Joseph Prezament.The couple had two children together, Anna and Wendy. Briansky’s work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions both in Canada and internationally. Her body of work is diverse in both theme and subject matter, reflecting her interests in fields such as astronomy and the natural world, while remaining deeply rooted in her own experiences. Following her travels to her birth place and memorial sites in Poland in 1995, Briansky produced the ‘Kaddish series’ as her reflection on the trauma of the Holocaust. Other series have broadly used landscape, portraiture and still lifes as a passionate response to the world around her and that speak fundamentally to the human condition. Briansky has participated in multiple collaborative projects, for example the children's book “On Stage, Please” with dancer/ choreographer Veronica Tennant. Briansky is long-established within Montreal’s art community working and living alongside a tight-knit group of artists. In addition, she has worked as teacher, both of art history and studio arts. Briansky’s artistic practice has won her multiple awards and her work is included in the permanent collections of institutions such as the National Gallery in Ottawa, the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Language
English
French
Yiddish
Custodial History
The material was donated by Rita Briansky in August 2012.
Arrangement
Textual material in Series 2 through 4 was given an imposed order as no discernable original order could be identified. The graphic material in Series 3, 6 and 7 were vetted for duplicates, though otherwise maintain the order given by the artist.
Notes
Selected images from Series 1,6 and 7 have been digitized and are available to researchers upon request.
Access Restriction
Privacy restrictions may apply
Reproduction Restrictions
Copyright restrictions may apply. For queries please contact Head of Archives, Shannon Hodge: shannon.hodge@jplmontreal.org
Finding Aid
Detailed finding aid available, file level control
Accession No.
12-015
Name Access
Briansky, Rita
Subjects
Briansky, Rita. 1925 -
Artists
Fine Arts
Drawings
Maze, Ida, 1893-1962.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Camp Kindervelt

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Collection
Camp Kindervelt/Camp Unzer Collection
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
moving images
Physical Description
1 film reel : col.
Fonds No.
1357; 1357_001
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 video     1 image  
Collection
Camp Kindervelt/Camp Unzer Collection
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
moving images
Physical Description
1 film reel : col.
Date
1949-1954
Fonds No.
1357
Item No.
1357_001
Storage Location
8-5A
Notes
Film capturing daily activities at Camp Kindervelt and Camp Unzer, between 1949-1954.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
Video Tracks
Images
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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
Archival Descriptions
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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
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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APEX PANTS COMPANY.

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Collection
APEX PANTS COMPANY.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.33 metres of textual records. - 1 photograph.
Fonds No.
I0002
Scope and Content
Journal of pants sales (1942-1959). Ledger (1959-1964). Accounts receivable binder (1961-1968). Payroll sheet (1962). Photo of Harry Hertz (early 1900s)
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
APEX PANTS COMPANY.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.33 metres of textual records. - 1 photograph.
Scope and Content
Journal of pants sales (1942-1959). Ledger (1959-1964). Accounts receivable binder (1961-1968). Payroll sheet (1962). Photo of Harry Hertz (early 1900s)
Date
1900-1968.
Fonds No.
I0002
History Biographical
There is very little information on the Apex Pants Company, other than that it was one of many businesses in the textile industry. It manufactured pants, probably in Montreal, and sold them all over Eastern Canada. It is no longer in existence
Notes
P90/02.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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BETH ISRAEL BETH AARON CONGREGATION OF COTE ST. LUC.

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Collection
BETH ISRAEL BETH AARON CONGREGATION OF COTE ST. LUC.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.13 metres of textual records.
Fonds No.
I0007
Scope and Content
Beth Aaron: Minutes of Park Extension Jewish Community Association Women's Division (1949-1953). Lease (United Talmud Torah and Beth Aaron, 1957). Correspondence (1953-1954, 1956, 1959, 1961, 1965, 1976-1977). Bulletins (1964-1965). Wedding contracts (1969-1970). Date book (1970). Zemirot book (195…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
BETH ISRAEL BETH AARON CONGREGATION OF COTE ST. LUC.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.13 metres of textual records.
Scope and Content
Beth Aaron: Minutes of Park Extension Jewish Community Association Women's Division (1949-1953). Lease (United Talmud Torah and Beth Aaron, 1957). Correspondence (1953-1954, 1956, 1959, 1961, 1965, 1976-1977). Bulletins (1964-1965). Wedding contracts (1969-1970). Date book (1970). Zemirot book (1954). Deposit slip (1969). Jewish Yearbook entry (1964). Seat ticket. List of officers' duties. Clippings (1958, 1965-1966, 1969, 1986). Beth Israel: Correspondence (1969). Clippings (1966-1967, 1969, 1980-1981, 1984) Beth Israel Beth Aaron: Photo of synagogue (copy, 1990). Flyers. Invitations. Clippings (1986-1991)
Date
1947-1991.
Fonds No.
I0007
History Biographical
The Beth Aaron Congregation was founded after World War II in Park Extension. Originally known as the Jewish Community Association of Park Extension, the name was changed to Beth Aaron in 1952 with the opening of the new synagogue building. Rented space had been used previously. The synagogue was chartered in 1954, grew in membership, and ran an afternoon school. Shifting populations and emigration caused the Beth Aaron to merge with the Beth Israel of Cote St. Luc in 1986 and sell its own building. The Beth Israel Congregation was founded in 1965 as an offshoot of the Beth Hamedrash Hagodol Tifreth Israel. After meeting in a variety of locations in Cote St. Luc, the Jewish Conservative Congregation became the Beth Israel in 1967. Their first synagogue was in an apartment on Kildare, which was used until the building on Mackle, built on land purchased in 1966, was completed in 1971. A new addition was added in 1986 when the synagogue merged with the Beth Aaron to become the Beth Israel Beth Aaron Congregation, the third major Orthodox synagogue in the community.
Notes
P89/27.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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BETH ZION SYNAGOGUE.

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Collection
BETH ZION SYNAGOGUE.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.07 metres of textual records. - 3 photographs.
Fonds No.
I0009
Scope and Content
Bulletins (1969-1975, 1981). Dedication book (1968). Jewish yearbook entry (1964). National Synagogue Directory entry. Course list (1972). New Year cards. Beth Zion information sheet (1969). Photos, flyers, clippings (1955, 1959, 1964-1967, 1984-1991). Three letters from Beth Zion of Verdun, 1945
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
BETH ZION SYNAGOGUE.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.07 metres of textual records. - 3 photographs.
Scope and Content
Bulletins (1969-1975, 1981). Dedication book (1968). Jewish yearbook entry (1964). National Synagogue Directory entry. Course list (1972). New Year cards. Beth Zion information sheet (1969). Photos, flyers, clippings (1955, 1959, 1964-1967, 1984-1991). Three letters from Beth Zion of Verdun, 1945
Date
1945-1981.
Fonds No.
I0009
History Biographical
In 1953, approximately 25 families had recently moved into the west end suburb of Cote St. Luc. They worked together to achieve their goal: the establishment of a synagogue and Hebrew school. At first, both functions were carried out in the homes of members until 1955, when land was purchased and a small cottage constructed. The Beth Zion Congregation soon outgrew this building, and after using a tent and a school auditorium, a new synagogue was built on Hudson Avenue, and dedicated in 1959. This too was outgrown, and by 1968 another addition was constructed. This large Orthodox synagogue is known for its active congregation, both within the synagogue and the community
Notes
Fonds consists of mostly clippings and copies 3 photos.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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