A greeting card in celebration of Rosh Hashanah on August 20, 1893. Sent by unknown sender from Winnipeg. On page 1 (front) of card, there are English, German, Hebrew, and Yiddish words, as well as an image of "Baron De Hirsh". The handwritten message in the pages of the card seems to be in a combination of Hebrew and Yiddish. There is also a Congress stamp at the top left corner of page 4. Card is meant to be read from right to left (in accordance with Hebrew and Yiddish language).
Letter sent to the Seidelman family from the Adjutant-General of the Canadian Militia, dated August 14, 1919. The letter states that the death certificate of Private Edward Joseph Seidelman is being given to the Seidelman family. Letter is assumed to have been sent together with the official death certificate.
The official death certificate of Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, issued on August 12, 1919 by Militia Headquarters at the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Death certificate states that Private Seidelman was killed in action on October 26, 1917, as part of the 46th Battalion.
The death certificate would likely have been sent with the letter of August 14, 1919.
One of two copies of the programme from July 15, 1931 for the United Milling and Grain Co. Ltd. annual picnic on Bowen Island. In the programme, Harry Seidelman is listed as belonging to the General Committee, and is also the "Starter" for the day's sporting activities.