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ROSENBERG, Louis.

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Collection
ROSENBERG, Louis.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
8 metres of textual records. - 52 photographs. - 1 artefact.
Fonds No.
P0130
Scope and Content
Autobiography, 13 diary and other notebooks, correspondence, will, tributes clippings, bibliography, Ettie Rosenberg correspondence and passports, briefcase and small personal items. One album of photographs, Jewish Colonization association farm colonies, Lipton, etc. 1915-1930 circa (in PC 1-L). O…
Archival / Genealogical
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Collection
ROSENBERG, Louis.
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
8 metres of textual records. - 52 photographs. - 1 artefact.
Scope and Content
Autobiography, 13 diary and other notebooks, correspondence, will, tributes clippings, bibliography, Ettie Rosenberg correspondence and passports, briefcase and small personal items. One album of photographs, Jewish Colonization association farm colonies, Lipton, etc. 1915-1930 circa (in PC 1-L). One file of family photos (in PC 1/4).
Fonds No.
P0130
History Biographical
Louis Rosenberg was born in Poland in 1893 and educated in England. Upon his arrival in Canada in 1914, he taught at the Tiferes Israel School in Lipton, Saskatchewan, was field inspector for the Western farm colonies of the Jewish Colonization Association, and later became the director of the Western Region office of Canadian Jewish Congress. Rosenberg joined the national headquarters staff of CJC in Montreal in 1945, where, in the position of director of the Bureau of Social and Economic research, he continued his lifelong study of Canadian Jewish demographics and history. He died in 1987.
Notes
CJC Staff records DA 2 (4 meters) - containing research notes, charts, census and electoral list information, and manuscripts of his published studies.
Archival / Genealogical
Archival Descriptions
Repository
Canadian Jewish Archives
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