2 edition of preliminary guide to the Jewish Canadiana collection of the Jewish Public Library found in the catalog.
preliminary guide to the Jewish Canadiana collection of the Jewish Public Library
|Other titles||Jewish Canadiana collection of the Jewish Public Library.|
|Statement||compiled by Naomi Caruso, Golda Cukier, Ronald Finegold ; editorial assistance, Claire Stern ; technical assistance, Rose Rosaminer.|
|Contributions||Cukier, Golda, Finegold, Ronald|
|LC Classifications||Z6373.C3 C37, Z6373C2 C37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
The collection contains a holograph manuscript of each book except Mr. Emmanuel. There are research notes, outlines, preliminary drafts, or publicity material for all of the novels except The Glory of Elsie Silver. These papers document Golding's method of conception and the reception of his published works. A travelling exhibit of Jewish history has toured 20 cities from coast to coast and is now housed at the Vancouver Public Library's central branch.
This collection contains journals, travel diaries, correspondence, poetry and short stories published and drafts, magazines, music scores, photographs, and personal papers relating to Karren Alenier's literary career. Most of the collection folders do not have dates supplied. The date range for the entire collection is Sol Kanee OC (–), banker and Jewish community leader Alvin Libin OC (–), investor and co-owner of Calgary Sports and Entertainment Lazarus Phillips OBE ( –), director of the Royal Bank of Canada and senator .
The study of Jewish life in modern Islamic contexts during the Fellowship year at the Katz Center delved into the meaning of modernity in North Africa, the Levant, the Arabian Peninsula, as well as Central and South so doing, the Fellows broke new ground by looking beyond the more familiar paradigms of modern and contemporary Jewish history in European, American, and Israeli. More Personal Stories of Jewish Life, Traditions and Customs. All of the stories above come directly from my book, This Jewish Life. The book is dedicated to contemporary personal accounts of Jewish life and culture. It is set up as one year of Jewish Life as told by 54 different voices and covers Jewish life, death, birth, marriage, holidays.
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A preliminary guide to the Jewish Canadiana Collection of the Jewish Public Library Author: Naomi Caruso ; Golda Cukier ; Ronald Finegold ; Jewish Public Library (Montréal, Québec).
Hershman’s frustrations led to the creation of a small Jewish library. He befriended several newcomers from New York and formed a group of eight to pool their resources and establish an informal Jewish library.
In the fall ofHershman traveled to New York to purchase the first items for the collection: a handful of works in Yiddish, including short volumes on socialism and social. Canadian Jewish periodicals: a preliminary listing. [Golda Cukier; Jewish Public Library (Montréal, Québec)] Home.
WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search # Bronfman Collection of Jewish Canadiana, Jewish Public Library\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 wdrs. The display Jewish Journeys: Stories of Immigration, which will open the same evening, features a selection of rare printed material from the Jacob M.
Lowy Collection, Canada’s national treasure of rare Judaica. The collection, amassed over some 40 years, was donated to Library and Archives Canada in and spans religious, scientific, historical and philological.
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Information about the Jacob M. Lowy Collection, which includes old and rare Hebraica and Judaica comprising volumes from the 15th to 20th century, Hebrew and Latin incunables, bibles, works of the first-century historian Josephus, Italian Hebraica, Hebrew printing, institutional and exhibition catalogues, bibliographical journals and the classic Judaic encyclopedias.
This book focuses principally on the first post-war generationfrom the late s to the mids: a generation ofreconstitution. The generation began with the end of theconflict between the religious and secularist elements in thecommunity, principally because secularism disappeared as anideological force.
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The history of the Jewish community in Canada says as much about the development of the nation as it does about the Jewish people. Spurred on by upheavals in Eastern Europe in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, many Jews emigrated to the Dominion of Canada, which was then considered little more than a British satellite state.
Inventory of Archival Collections. To see a summary of our major collections, photograph collections, or genealogy resources, follow the links here or those at the side of this page.
The links in the list below will take you to the Canadian Jewish Heritage Network, an online catalogue and digital platform for the archival holdings of the Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives (formerly known. May is Jewish Heritage Month in Canada. Here are some great books by Canadian Jewish writers.
fighting both public battles and personal demons. The Art of Leaving is a nonfiction book by. New York Public Library Jewish Division. Pre materials are described in the Dictionary Catalog of the Jewish Collection, published in 14 volumes in ; the 8-volume First Supplement, published in ; and the 4-volume Hebrew- Character Title Catalog of the Jewish Collection, published in You can contact the New York Public Library at.
: and Early Canadiana Online (ECO): A digital library providing access to 3 million pages of Canada's printed heritage. It features works published from the time of the first European settlers up to the early 20th Century.
The Jewish Public Library or JPL (French: Bibliothèque publique juive, Yiddish: ייִדישע פֿאָלקס ביבליאָטעק ) is a public library in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, founded in The library contains the largest circulating collection of Judaica in North America. The JPL has close to members, and receives to visitors weekly.
The library also holds a collection of more than Yizkor Books, the largest unified and open-access collection of this literature in Europe.
Yizkor Books - memorials to Jewish communities destroyed in the Holocaust - are indispensable sources of information regarding Jews in Eastern and Central Europe. La Crosse Public Library Archives February. Main St. La Crosse, Wisconsin, () [email protected] Access to Materials.
Materials in this collection are available for patron use. Acquisitions Information. Donated by Myer Katz, October (Accession No. ) Processing Information. Processed by Amy. The history of the Jews in Canada is the history of Canadian citizens who follow Judaism as their religion and/or are ethnically Canadians are a part of the greater Jewish diaspora and form the fourth largest Jewish community in the world, exceeded only by those in Israel, the United States, and France.
As ofStatistics Canada listedadherents to the Jewish religion. The collection includes denominational histories and biographical compilations of both clergy and laity for many churches, such as The Brethren Encyclopedia /Gc Cbr/, The Mennonite Encyclopedia /Gc M52men & Gc M52mena/, the Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists /Gc B33e/, the American Jewish Year Book /Gc Anyone who enters the library must wear a mask.
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This database, "Jewish Records in the Family History Library Catalog", is an inventory of the microfilms, microfiche and books in the LDS Family History Library Catalog™ (FHLC) which are specifically Jewish genealogical is a valuable finding aid for persons researching their Jewish ancestry, but is not intended to be a replacement for the FHLC.Jewish Data is one of the largest professionally compiled Jewish Genealogy resources of its kind currently available.
We have overJewish Genealogy records including images of Jewish Tombstones, school yearbook pages and Citizen Declaration documents. New Jewish Genealogy records are added on an ongoing basis.The largest Jewish populations exist in Toronto, withMontreal w, Vancouver, w Jewish immigration to Canada continues: 30, Jews entered Canada from to The American Jewish Year Book ofshows a population ofmaking it the fourth largest Jewish community (after the USA, Israel and France).