Consists of both professional and personal papers divided into four series: Literary Activities, Professional Activities, Biography and Correspondence.
Born in Radzyn, Poland in 1900. Received a traditional Jewish education, as well as secular, and chose teaching as his profession. Danielack's first position was in an orphanage in Mezritch where he taught Yiddish and was the cultural director. He was also very active in regional Jewish press in Poland and directed the Yiddish newspaper, "Mezritsher Vokhnblat." In 1922 he came to Canada with a large group of orphans. He stayed with that group in Georgetown, Ontario at a farm school.
Lived in Toronto until 1947 where he taught at the Peretz school, wrote and directed children's plays. Danielack also edited for both the "Yidisher Journal" in Toronto and the "Keneder Adler" in Montreal.
Became Executive Director of the Jewish Public Library in Montreal in 1947, where he worked with devotion and great enthusiasm. Danielack died on June 10, 1951.
Listing translated from the original Yiddish listing.