Family and personal life

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Private Receiving Station Licence - [June] 18, 1948

Licence for Harry Seidelman to establish a private radio receiving station at the address of 2440 W. Broadway St. in Vancouver, B.C. Licence is issued by the Department of Transport-Radio Division of Canada on [June] 18, 1948 and is valid until Ma...

Newspaper Clipping

Newspaper clipping announcing the marriage of Judy Morris and Irving Zaitzow. Also contains a photograph of the newly married couple.

Life Insurance Provisional Receipt - April 1, 1949

A provisional receipt from the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in Ottawa for Harry Seidelman in Vancouver. Receipt issued on April 1, 1949. Back side has one line filled out that states, "Tender of premium due April 8, 1949."

Life Insurance Policy Receipt - April 1, 1949

Life insurance policy receipt from the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in Ottawa for Harry Seidelman in Vancouver. Receipt issued on April 1, 1949. The back side has the French version of a Policy Change Adjustment Receipt.

Newspaper Clipping - November 29, 1956

Newspaper clipping talks about Harry [Seidelman] attending an elementary school reunion for Macdonald School in Vancouver. Clipping also mentions Mary Livingstone, wife of famous American comedian Jack Benny, having been Harry's classmate at ...

Letter - October 10, 1958

Copy of a letter sent to Mr. J.S. Broadbent, General Manager of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, from Harry Seidelman, dated October 10, 1958. Harry Seidelman thanks the railway company for inviting him to be at event of the extension of the rai...

Letter - August 11, 1960

Letter from [E. B. Hyndman], Postmaster in Wellington, Kansas, to Harry Seidelman in Vancouver, dated August 11, 1960. Letter is in response to Harry Seidelman's inquiry regarding his family history in the Kansas area.

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