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Abe Hochberg fonds

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Collection
Abe Hochberg fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
object
Physical Description
1 newspaper clipping, 2 artifacts
Fonds No.
I0004
Scope and Content
Fonds includes a 39th Boy Scout Troop shirt worn by Abe Hochberg in the early 1940's; a garment bag printed with “A. M. Hochberg Gentlemen’s Fine Apparel”; and a newspaper clipping.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Abe Hochberg fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
object
Physical Description
1 newspaper clipping, 2 artifacts
Scope and Content
Fonds includes a 39th Boy Scout Troop shirt worn by Abe Hochberg in the early 1940's; a garment bag printed with “A. M. Hochberg Gentlemen’s Fine Apparel”; and a newspaper clipping.
Date
[ca. 1940]
Fonds No.
I0004
History Biographical
Abe Hochberg (b. 1928- d. 2005) was the son of Yetta (b. 1896- d. 1977) and Nathan Hochberg (b. 1896-d. 1933). The Hochebergs immigrated to Canada from Poland in 1928, and first stopped in Montreal before settling permanently in Ottawa. Five years after their arrival, Nathan Hochberg passed away suddenly, leaving Abe along with his mother, and siblings Hy Hochberg (b. 1923- d. 1985) and Rose (m. Harry Goldberg) to fend for themselves and to tend the family's small lunch counter on Nicholas Street. As a teenager in the 1940's Abe became involved with the 39th Jewish Scout Troop (later renamed the 39th Henry Hank Torontow Scout Troop). Too young to enlist in World War II, he amassed 300 War Hours and more Proficiency Badges than any other of his fellow scouts. From the scouts he joined the Macabee Air Cadet Squadron. and later in the 1940's became a Scout Leader. In 1954, Abe took on the role of Director of the Sunday morning services for the Hanoar Breakfast Club. Abe was first employed by Joe Feller where he first got his start in the tailoring business. Abe went on to open his own men's tailoring shop named Gentleman's Fine Apparel, which was located at 204 Rideau Street.
Acquisition Source
1. Boy Scout Shirt donated by Linda Kerzner, 2006. 2. Garment bag and newspaper clipping donated by Sharon Edelson, 2009.
Related Material
See Hy Hochberg fonds
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Abelson family fonds

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Collection
Abelson family fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
graphic material
object
Physical Description
multiple media
Fonds No.
I0005
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of records of Wolf and Julia Abelson obituaries; Jess Abelson business life, photographs of his sporting life, Duke (Lawrence) Abelson’s early education and World War II career as a flyer with the Royal Canadian Air Force including his Canadian log book, commission, Certificate of Pr…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Abelson family fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
graphic material
object
Physical Description
multiple media
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of records of Wolf and Julia Abelson obituaries; Jess Abelson business life, photographs of his sporting life, Duke (Lawrence) Abelson’s early education and World War II career as a flyer with the Royal Canadian Air Force including his Canadian log book, commission, Certificate of Promotion to rank of Pilot Officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force - November, 1941 (see 1-992), correspondence of 160 letters as well as telegrams to his family, 1941-1943; Alan Abelson educational, sporting, and married life; 2002; Brief to the Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame for induction of Jess Abelson. Artifacts include one Boy Scout uniform (worn by Alan Abelson), 2 of Alan Abelson tennis racquets, 1 velvet jacket (worn by Julia Rosenblum on her marriage to Wolf Abelson), 3 infant dresses and 1 bonnet (worn by Jess and Mollie Abelson's children), 1 sweater with an “O” for Ottawa Football Team, Duke Abelson Officer hat; 4 World War II medals; 4 photograph albums and 1 scrapbook. Later accrual of textiles include 2 baby capes, hand made by Molly Abelson in the 1920's for daughter Sylvia and a pink crochet sweater or coat.
Date
1913-2002
Fonds No.
I0005
Conservation
1. Duke Abelson’s commission to Pilot Officer, February 11, 1942 conserved by Kyla Ubink in 2006. 2. Duke Abelson’s officer’s hat dry cleaned and repaired at Brown’s Cleaners, Champagne Street, Ottawa, Fall, 2006 and exhibited in Duke Abelson exhibit, Remembrance Day, 2006.
History Biographical
Wolf Abelson married Julia Rosenblum of Toronto and settled in Ottawa in the early 1900's. Both were born in Lithuania. Prior to settling in Ottawa, Wolf lived in Syracuse, New York, and in Cleveland, Ohio. Wolf grew up in Neinstadt, a toen near Kovno, Lithuania. According to the Abelson family, Moses Bilsky, the first known Jewish settler in Ottawa, came from the same area in Lituania and encouraged Wolf to also settle in Ottawa. Wolf established the Rideau House Furnishing Company at 180 Rideau Street. He and wife Julia had seven children; sons Jess, Nathan and Sidney and four daughters, Birdie, Helen, Sarah and Sally. The Abelsons were members of the Adath Jeshurun Congregation and Wolf Abelson served as congregation vice-president during A. J. Freiman’s tenure as president between 1904 to 1930. Jess Abelson (1892-1975), born in Cleveland, Ohio, was an outstanding sportsman. He played football in 1913 - 1914 for the Ottawa Rough Riders and played basketball with the Y.M.C.A. He was also a member of the 1913 Canadian Champion War Canoe Team. In 1920, he became the first scoutmaster of the 39th Jewish Boy Scout Troop, one of the first Jewish scout troops in Canada. In 1920 Jess married Mollie Gray from New York. Their children included Sylvia, Lawrence, Stan, Alan (b. August 27, 1928) and Bobby. Jess was a top salesman with the Northern Life Assurance Company and in later years he was active in curling and was the founder of the Tel Aviv Tennis Club. In 1986, Jess Abelson was the first person inducted into the Ottawa Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. His influence on Ottawa and on the Ottawa Jewish community extended well beyond sports, but as a sports personality he was a paragon of excellence for young Jewish athletes. All of Jess Abelsons sons excelled in sports. Tragically, Flying Officer Lawrence "Duke" Abelson died in a training flight in England November 15, 1943 while serving in World War II. Duke went overseas in the fall of 1942 and with R.C.A.F. Mosquito Squadron. Alan became a lawyer, and lives and works in Ottawa.
Acquisition Source
Sylvia Abelson Gellman, Alan Abelson
Notes
1. Lawrence's nickname Duke came from living on Marlborough Street, Ottawa 2. Recoreded interview with Alan Abelson located in the Local Social History Project series, Jewish Community Council of Ottawa fonds. 3. Alan Abelson provided the details of Wolf Abelson's heritage in September 2006. 4. Duke Abelson’s war service is recorded in 'Canadian Jews in World War II: Part II: casualities' and in 'There I was ... a collection of reminiscences by members of the Ottawa Jewish Community who served in World War II.' 5. Duke Abelson’s commission to Pilot Officer was exhibited in Duke Abelson exhibit, Remembrance Day, 2006. 6. A note from Shirley Berman is attached to the textile items providing additional information.
Related Material
Material related to Jess Abelson in Tel Aviv Tennis Club fonds and Samuel Caplan fonds. Jess Abelson article in Ottawa Jewish Bulletin & Review, December 12, 1986.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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ABER, Ita

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Collection
ABER, Ita
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
graphic material
object
moving images
sound recording
textual record
Physical Description
13 photographs. - 4 artefacts. - 2 videos. - 1 compact disc (CD-ROM). - Env. 0.07 metres of textual records.
Fonds No.
P0184
Scope and Content
Recipies Mother Never Knew Mizrachi-Hapoel, 1965. Glass milk bottle designed with input from Mrs. Aber's mother for Montreal's Milk Fund, pre-WWII. Pins and badges from Zionist groups and conventions, photos of the staff of Aid to Israel 1950, Aid to Israel Jewish Youth Group 1950, Zionist Organiza…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
  1 image  
Collection
ABER, Ita
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
graphic material
object
moving images
sound recording
textual record
Physical Description
13 photographs. - 4 artefacts. - 2 videos. - 1 compact disc (CD-ROM). - Env. 0.07 metres of textual records.
Scope and Content
Recipies Mother Never Knew Mizrachi-Hapoel, 1965. Glass milk bottle designed with input from Mrs. Aber's mother for Montreal's Milk Fund, pre-WWII. Pins and badges from Zionist groups and conventions, photos of the staff of Aid to Israel 1950, Aid to Israel Jewish Youth Group 1950, Zionist Organization of Canada 1949-1950. Material on the Jewish Child's Day Appeal. Clippings and ephemera re: Zionism, Child's Day, and actor William Shatner, a former Montrealer. 9 Photos of Montreal scenes. Material about Montreal's Talmud Torah, Jewish Artists at Congregation Shaar Hashomayim. Additions 2001: 2 photos (snapshots) of Camp Hashomer Hadati in Bronte, Ontario, Hebrew textbook and prayer book dated 1979, photo of a 9th-grade class of Baron Byng High School including Ita Aber, Clippings, 2 Videos. Additions post 2001 (passim): Articles written by Ita Aber, information about her artwork and recent exhibitions. Addition 2015: Autobiographical audio interview of Ita Herscovitch Aber recorded in New York January 9, 2015 by Renata Stein; WAV file, 56 minutes, provided on CD. Transcript of interview, done by her daughter Mindy Aber Barad via email correspondence from Israel, 30 pages. Themes covered in the interview include her early life in Montreal, art education at Baron Byng high school with teacher Ann Savage, religious background, mother's involvement in charitable efforts such as the Milk Fund, help given to a German Jewish internee and a Jewish refugee, Ita Aber's work for the Israeli consulate in Montreal in the early 1950s, her establishment in New York circa 1953, her career as a textile artist, encounters with Martin Luther King, and Judy Chicago, art groups such as the Pomegranate Guild, Jewish motifs in artwork.
Date
[ca. 1930]-2015.
Fonds No.
P0184
History Biographical
Ita Aber was born in Montreal, in 1932 and grew up in a family dedicated to Zionist and charitable causes. She later moved to New York, where she made her name as an artist. As described in a 2001 article; "Ita Aber is an artist who delights in unconventional formats that provide unique and startling insights into Jewish Life. Her work is found in almost every major Jewish museum throughout the world. She is a master of the fabric arts, which is by its very nature, an interdisciplinary field. As practiced by Ita Aber, the fabric arts explode in scale to include the diverse skills of embroidering, beadwork, sewing, appliqué, silkscreen, jewelry design, weaving, painting, sculpture, and assemblage. The stunning range of her talents is reflected in the vast array of work and Judaic objects she has produced, from wall hangings, jewelry, and sculpture to Torah covers, etrog boxes, and Purim masks." Ita Aber is also known as a conservator of textiles, an art historian, a curator, teacher, and the author of The Art of Judaic Needlework: Traditional and Contemporary designs (Scribner 1979).
Custodial History
This collection was donated by Mrs. Ita Aber.
Notes
Alpha-numeric designations: P01/12, P93/08, and subsequent additions (ongoing to P15/04.). Associated material: Clippings by and about Canadian-born journalist Sam Orbaum (1956-2002), a Jerusalem Post humour columnist (donated by Ita Aber and filed under his name.) General note: The biography is from an article published in The Artists Proof, Spring 2001.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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Address stamp.

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Collection
Hebrew Free Loan Association Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
object
Physical Description
1 stamp.
Fonds No.
1394; 1; 1394_001
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Hebrew Free Loan Association Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
object
Physical Description
1 stamp.
Date
c. 1960-1980
Fonds No.
1394
Series No.
1
Item No.
1394_001
Storage Location
JPL
Creator
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Physical Condition
Fair.
Language
English
Subjects
Hebrew Free Loan Association (Montreal)
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Associated Synagogues of Ottawa fonds

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Collection
Associated Synagogues of Ottawa fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
object
Physical Description
1 minute book
Fonds No.
O0004
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of one minute book.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Associated Synagogues of Ottawa fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
object
Physical Description
1 minute book
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of one minute book.
Date
1931-1933
Fonds No.
O0004
History Biographical
During the early 1930s, synagogues in Ottawa were having difficulty retaining the services of rabbis due to financial challenges facing the congregations. As a result, a committee known as the Associated Synagogues of Ottawa was formed with the purpose of hiring a community rabbi to act as the spiritual leader for the entire Jewish community. At the time, the Jewish community was exclusively Orthodox and numbered approximately 2,800 people. Early in 1933, after several months of negotiations, each of the four congregations; Agudath Achim Congregation (Rideau Street), Machzikei Hadas Congregation (Murray Street), B’nai Jacob Congregation (James Street) and Congregation of Adath Jeshurun (King Edward Street), agreed to pay a proportionate amount of the rabbi’s salary of $2500.00 per year. Rabbi Rev. Abraham H. Freedman was the Associated Synagogues of Ottawa’s first appointment and became Ottawa’s first Community Rabbi. Proportionate payment continued to be the standard working formula for the next 20 years for employing five different, “community” or “city” rabbis. With the successful engagement of Rabbi Freedman, the next logical step for the community was the formation of a community council, or Vaad Ha’Ir. Mr. Casper Caplan put forth this motion during a meeting of the Associated Synagogues of Ottawa on August 28, 1933, where he is quoted as having proposed that “the executives of the Associated Synagogues of Ottawa recommend that a Vaad Ha’Ir of twenty-six members be appointed by the Congregations ... and that this body administer the various branches of Jewish activities in the city, principally Kashrut, Jewish education and spiritual guidance, with powers to act for the Congregations in the advancement of Judaism in our city”. The Associated Synagogues were then organized into the Ottawa Vaad Ha’Ir in 1934.
Custodial History
Received from National Archives of Canada, July, 1996.
Access Restriction
Please use photocopies.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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BATSHAW, Justice Harry

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Collection
BATSHAW, Justice Harry
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
graphic material
textual record
object
sound recording
Physical Description
Env. 62 photographs. - Env. 0.08 metres of textual records. - 7 medals. - 1 sound element.
Fonds No.
P0257
Scope and Content
Documents include a scrapbook of fragile newclippings and publicity about the United Palestine Appeal of 1940-1941; two bound volumes of Canadan Zionist, vols 7 and 8 (1939-1941); two scrapbook folders of photocopies, one of congratulatory letters from when Harry Batshaw became a judge in 1950, and…
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
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Collection
BATSHAW, Justice Harry
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
graphic material
textual record
object
sound recording
Physical Description
Env. 62 photographs. - Env. 0.08 metres of textual records. - 7 medals. - 1 sound element.
Scope and Content
Documents include a scrapbook of fragile newclippings and publicity about the United Palestine Appeal of 1940-1941; two bound volumes of Canadan Zionist, vols 7 and 8 (1939-1941); two scrapbook folders of photocopies, one of congratulatory letters from when Harry Batshaw became a judge in 1950, and one of newsclippings dating from this time (These photocopies are additions to the materials already at CJ Archives in Harry Batshaw's box, ZB collection). There is an album of photographs and documents about events such as the Negev dinner honouring Harry Batshaw, and other events (JNF, Allience Israelite Universelle, Harry Batshaw Foundation, etc). The dinner photos include pictures of family members who attended. A second photo album contains mostly family photos and portraits. Among the regular sized and smaller photographs, both loose and in albums, there are several portraits of Harry Batshaw taken at various times, including in judge's robes; picture of Harry with son Lewis (aged around 9), both wearing military-style uniforms, in front of their Westmount house; picture of son Lewis Batshaw on a boat at the Lord Reading Yacht Club and a small picture of him circa 1942 (aged around 8) holding a fish at the family's country home on Lake Connolly; family pictures in album including at Yacht Club and Lake Connolly. Two large photos: group photo of the Workman's Circle of Montreal, 1940 with Harry's father identified in the group; composite photo of Jewish judges in Canada at time of Canada's Centennial in 1967. Two large rolled JNF certificates, one with several Montreal signatures. One large rolled certificate from Hebrew University of Jerusalem. One of the loose documents in the family album is the marriage certificate for Harry Batshaw and Anne Tarshis, 1928. Other loose documents in the collection include ephemera from a royal visit to Canada and materials pertaining to the Allience Israelite Universelle and other topics. Objects: 1956 Negev Dinner commemorative certificate for Harry Bartshaw, with photo and map of land, wax seal, ribbon; in wooden-cover book inside a box. 7 medals for various commemorative honours, in an open box; two are of the same type in large and small versions, René Cassin Human Rights award, Coronation of Queen Elizabeth, Canada's 1967 Centennial. One interview of Harry Batshaw on audiocassette speaking about his brother Manny, 14 minutes 30 seconds (a digital copy was made from the tape on Feb 1, 2017.)
Date
1939-2007.
Fonds No.
P0257
History Biographical
Born in 1902, Harry Batshaw was a lawyer and a judge. He was educated at McGill University and at the Sorbonne, appointed King's Counsel in 1940 and made a Judge of the Quebec Superior Court in 1950. He was the first Jew to be appointed to a Superior Court in Canada. He was very active in Jewish community issues: notably he was honorary vice-president of the Zionist Organization of Canada; secretary of the Baron de Hirsch Institute; president of Canadian Young Judea; and co­chairman of the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews. He helped found Amitiés culturelles Canada-Français-Israël. He died in 1984.
Custodial History
The collection was donated Sept. 9, 2016. by son Lewis Batshaw and daughter-in-law Huguette Batshaw
Notes
Alpha-numeric designations: P16/13, MCAT, PCAT.Associated material: See also Harry Batshaw collection P0007 (in CJC collection, series ZB).
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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Bella Herscovitch Fonds

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Collection
Bella Herscovitch Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
object
Physical Description
1 folk costume : cotton and velvet
Fonds No.
1188
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of Rumanian folk costume made and given to Bella Herscovitch by grandmother in 1934, in Rumania.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Bella Herscovitch Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
object
Physical Description
1 folk costume : cotton and velvet
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of Rumanian folk costume made and given to Bella Herscovitch by grandmother in 1934, in Rumania.
Fonds No.
1188
Storage Location
JPL
Notes
Includes cotton shirt, embroidered and velvet leggings.
Subjects
Romania -- Jews.
Costumes
Children - Jewish
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Chateau Furs Limited fonds

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Collection
Chateau Furs Limited fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
object
graphic material
Physical Description
3 objects and 3 photographs : b&w
Fonds No.
B0005
Scope and Content
Fonds consist of two large ink blotters printed with advertising detailing Chateau Furs Limited fur storage services; 1 fur coat hanger and a photograph of Chateau Furs Limited opening in 1939; small New Year's card for Morris Goldberg dated 1924; 3 photographs : b&w.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Chateau Furs Limited fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
object
graphic material
Physical Description
3 objects and 3 photographs : b&w
Scope and Content
Fonds consist of two large ink blotters printed with advertising detailing Chateau Furs Limited fur storage services; 1 fur coat hanger and a photograph of Chateau Furs Limited opening in 1939; small New Year's card for Morris Goldberg dated 1924; 3 photographs : b&w.
Date
[1939-196-?]
Fonds No.
B0005
History Biographical
Morris Goldberg was born in Poland in 1900 and arrived in Ottawa in 1921. He came to Ottawa as his brother Louis Goldberg had already settled here. Morris began a career as a fur trader and worked with Louis in the Pontiac region. They bought from trappers and sold the furs in Montreal. All the while, Morris sewed the occasional fur coat. Morris married Zena Cohen in 1930 and they had two sons, Arnell and Lewis. In 1939, Morris partnered with Edward Gittleson and they opened Chateau Furs at 107 Bank Street. In 1948, Morris bought out his partner and continued the furrier business until he sold to Swears & Wells Limited in 1986.
Acquisition Source
Phyllis Rackow July 2003, hanger and card donated by Sharon Edelson, November 21, 2007.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Ottawa Jewish Archives
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Hebrew Free Loan Association Fonds

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Collection
Hebrew Free Loan Association Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
object
Physical Description
3.5 linear feet of textual records, 2 artefacts.
Fonds No.
1394
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of minute books, annual reports from 1911-2017, anniversary booklets, stamps, bylaws, and individual loan booklets.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Hebrew Free Loan Association Fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
object
Physical Description
3.5 linear feet of textual records, 2 artefacts.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of minute books, annual reports from 1911-2017, anniversary booklets, stamps, bylaws, and individual loan booklets.
Date
1911-2017
Fonds No.
1394
Storage Location
JPL
Creator
Hebrew Free Loan Association
Physical Condition
Fair to good.
History Biographical
The Association was founded in 1911 as the personal project of businessman Zigmond Fineberg. As he said at the opening meeting, held at the Baron de Hirsch Institute on May 28, 1911: It has been my lifelong ambition to see established in this city a Hebrew Free Loan Association: a Society "That would help man to help himself," one that would build manhood instead of making paupers, one that would stimulate instead of depress ambition… Since 1911 the Hebrew Free Loan Association of Montreal has helped over 95,000 people by providing interest-free loans for a variety of purposes, but all with the same goal – to help man help himself. (From www.hflamtl.org/en/aboutus.php "About Us.")
Language
English
Hebrew
Custodial History
Donated to the Jewish Public Library Archives by the Hebrew Free Loan Association under the authority of Mark Mintzberg in 2018.
Accession No.
18-013
Subjects
Hebrew Free Loan Association (Montreal)
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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Hungarian Sick Benefit Association

https://www.cjhn.ca/en/permalink/cjhn45436
Collection
Hungarian Sick Benefit Association
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
object
Fonds No.
1250
Scope and Content
Collection includes financial statements, membership accounts, correspondence, by-laws, receipts, minutes, a ledger and a stamp.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Collection
Hungarian Sick Benefit Association
Description Level
Fonds
Material Format
textual record
object
Scope and Content
Collection includes financial statements, membership accounts, correspondence, by-laws, receipts, minutes, a ledger and a stamp.
Date
1947-1985
Fonds No.
1250
Storage Location
Bay 1
Language
English
Yiddish
Access Restriction
Some Privacy restictions may apply.
Reproduction Restrictions
Some Copyright restrictions may apply.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Jewish Public Library Archives
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