1. 2 Audio Cassette tapes
2. Undertaken as a Millennium joint project between the UJA (Va'ad Ha'ir), the Ottawa Jewish Historical Society and the Carleton University Jewish Studies Program. See Ottawa Jewish Bulletin July 24, 2000.
Telegraph Journal, August 15, 1952, Page 5
Takiff – At the Saint John General Hospital, August 14, 1952, Max Takiff, 35, survived by one brother, Frank Takiff of Greenville Station, N.S., and one sister, Mrs., Jack Guss, Saint John.
Funeral Service will be held afternoon from Chamberlain’s Funeral Home, 145 King Street East, at 2 o’clock.
The Telegraph Journal
Friday, August 15, 1952, page 16
Ill Two Weeks, Dies in Hospital
Many friends will learn with regret of the death of Max Takiff, 35, which occurred at the General Hospital yesterday after an illness of one week.
Mr. Takiff was born in Moncton and was a member of the Jewish Congregation in that city for several years. Of retiring and kindly nature, he was active in community work and was widely known by a host of friends.
He is survived by a brother, Frank Takiff of Greenville Station, N.S., with whom he made his home in recent years, and a sister, Mrs. Jack Guss of Saint John.
The funeral service will be held this afternoon from Chamberlains Funeral Home, 145 King Street East, with Rabbi A. Green and Rev. E. Slotki officiating.
Gravestone reference code(s): JM 998.61.303. Additional notes: merchant