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Manny Batshaw Fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1918-2006

The Fonds consists of correspondence regarding both personal and business matters, newspaper clippings (both loose and in scrapbooks), publications by AJCS and other Jewish organizations, a published biography of Manuel Batshaw, documents regarding his time as a social worker, photographs, audio and visual materials and awards. There are three series present within the Fonds. Series I covers Mr. Batshaw's personal affairs, and consists mainly of photographs, degrees, certificates, scrapbooks and correspondence. Series II covers Mr. Batshaw's career as a social worker, and currently consists of a summary of the 1975 Batshaw Report, although further accruals are expected. Series III covers Mr. Batshaw's professional work within the Jewish community, and consists of annual reports, publications, awards and photographs.

Batshaw, Manuel G., 1915-

Federation of Jewish Philanthropies/AJCS/FEDERATION CJA Collection

  • Fonds
  • 1917-current

This fonds consists of material deposited by FED CJA offices as well as collected by the JPL-A through the Jewish Canadiana collection. Currently, the fonds is divided into five series based on the present organization: Series I - Minute Books (Bound, Executive and Directors) and Annual Reports, Series II - Executive Office, Series III - Campaign FED CJA, Series IV - Marketing and Communications Department, and Series V - Scrapbooks (1935-1967)

Federation of Jewish Philanthropies/Allied Jewish Community Services/Federation CJA

Reuben Brainin Fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1893-1940

The papers represent the scope of Brainin's life endeavours as writer, editor, biographer, critic, translator, lecturer, Zionist and one of the founders of the Jewish Public Library. The Fonds is divided into five major series: Literary and editorial activities (Gr. I), Biography and criticism (Gr. II), Correspondence (Gr. III), Special Collections (Gr. IV), and the records of the Jewish Public Library Archives Committee (Gr. V). Each group is further divided by subseries. In addition to this groups, the fonds also includes approximately fifty photographs, all arranged and described in the JPL Photograph Database.

Brainin, Reuben, 1862-1939

Ariel Bension Fonds

  • Fonds
  • ca1900-1932

Manuscripts, published essays, criticisms, travel accounts, correspondence (including three letters from Albert Einstein).

Bension, Ariel, 1887-1932

Asher Pierce Fonds

  • Fonds
  • ca 1928-1929

Fonds consists of biographical writings on Asher Pierce, correspondence between family members and one photograph album documenting the first planting at the Gan Chayim Orange plantation in Palestine.

Pierce, Asher, 1867-1936

Tylia and Eric Helfield Fonds

  • Fonds
  • ca 1890-1985

Series 1 and series 2 include textual records arranged chronologically. Series 3 consists of group photographs related to Wilfred Gallay's professional life and a group of family snapshots dating mostly from the 1920s. Series 4 consists of religious objects, and kitchen and tailoring artefacts documenting the spiritual, domestic and professional life of members of the Helfield and Gallay families over more than a century.

Helfield, Tilya Gallay.

Lea Roback Fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1901-1995

Consists of 4.8m of textual records reflecting Léa Roback's work in politics, in unions and activism and also her close relationship with her family. Documents from her work in politics and in various causes include radio addresses, correspondence, fliers and reports and periodicals. The majority of the photographs in the collection are of Léa and her large family from their time in Beauport, in Montreal as well as Léa's travels in Europe. Also includes correspondence with her family members, the story of the Roback family written in prose, and various memorabilia belonging to Roback.

Roback, Léa, 1903-2000

Collection Société d'histoire de Joliette De Lanaudière

  • Fonds
  • [1672?]-2000

La collection nous renseigne sur ce que la Société d'histoire de Joliette De Lanaudière a accumulé comme documents non institutionnels, depuis sa création, sur différents sujets relatifs à l'histoire régionale.

Société d'histoire de Joliette De Lanaudière (Qc)

Collection Hector Geoffroy

  • Fonds
  • 1841-1994

La collection nous renseigne sur l'appartenance de Hector Geoffroy à la Société d'histoire de Joliette De Lanaudière et à la Société généalogique canadienne-française. Donc, cette collection illustre son goût pour la généalogie. La collection témoigne aussi de la correspondance personnelle qu'il a reçue. La Collection nous domme également des informations sur Pierre Brien. La collection se compose de documents textuels tels qu'une liste de membres, un bulletin d'information, des notes et doucments généalogiques, des notes historiques, un manuel scolaire, des documents comptables, des reçus, un contrat d'assurance, un livre de prières et des coupures de journaux. La collection se compose de documents iconographiques tels une photographie, une carte postale et une image.

Geoffroy, Hector, prêtre (1908-2004)

Collection Anna Ducharme

  • Fonds
  • [1886?]-1986

La collection témoigne des relations familiales et amicales qu'a entretenu Anna Ducharme au cours de sa vie. La collection présente de la documentation qu'Anna Ducharme a accumulé sur les membres de sa famille. La collection nous renseigne également sur des activités exercées par des membres du clergé de la région de Joliette. La collection se compose de documents textuels tels que des cartes de remerciements, des cartes mortuaires, des notes biographiques, une carte de souhaits et des coupures de journaux. La collection comprend également des documents iconographiques tels que des photographies, des cartes postales et des images.

Ducharme, Anna

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