Amalgamation agreement between HOPSH and Steinhouse/Nachlass Zkainim Home (1927). Annual reports (1925-1933, 1941, 1945, 1958). Financial documents. Board member lists (1917-1941). Publications. Correspondence (1924-1930). Clippings.
History / Biographical
The Hebrew Old People's and Sheltering Home was founded in 1910 in Montreal. It was an old people's home (originally housing orphans as well), with certain additional services provided (medical, dental, recreational, social, religious, etc.). It amalgamated with the Steinhouse/Nachlass Zkainim Home in 1927. Located for 35 years on Esplanade Avenue, the Home later became Maimonides Hospital (1964) and relocated to Cote St. Luc.
"Federation".Maimonides Hospital reference files. Also Federation of Jewish Philanthropies collection, correspondence (MB 1, series B and C).