Series consists of submissions from various communal organizations applying for funding support. These submissions contain information about and from the applicant organizations including financial statements, program descriptions and reports. The series contains applications from some of the following organizations: B’nai B’rith Hillel, Habonim-Zionist Society Agency; Jewish Family Service Agency, Jewish Home for the Aged-Brier Home, Peretz School, Talmud Torah (Vancouver and New Westminster) and others as listed below.
The series consists mainly of poetry that Dr. Morris Levine wrote over the years. Also intermixed with the poetry is some general correspondence, family correspondence, some work records, and a partial draft of a personal memoir (69-B-1, File 7).
The series consists of all administrative work done by the committee and its members. Includes: correspondence, financial records, contracts, minutes, permits and applications, published materials and newspaper clippings, and photographs.
Series consists of general correspondence regarding Branch activities including planning and implementation of local, national and international projects, liaison with the National Council of Jewish Women of Canada and the International Council of Jewish Women, and policy statements to the provincial and federal government in matters such as abortion and human rights.
Series contains minutes of meetings and related records (such as meeting attendance sheets) for the Vancouver Jewish Community Council, 1954 through to 1964, for the Vancouver Jewish Community Fund for 1965, for both the Council and the Fund for 1966, and for the amalgamated Vancouver Jewish Community Fund & Council for 1966 to 1968. It also contains annual reports for various organizations in the Vancouver Jewish community, including the Community Centre Committee, the Community Council, the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and the Budget Committee until 1980. Also included is material relating to a fact-finding initiative leading to the project to create an ongoing census survey of the community (see Census cards series), and a project to honour past presidents of the Community Centre which provides names and tenure dates for Community Centre Presidents from 1932-1954. There are also various committee reports, grant applications, correspondence files and publicity and clipping file.
This series contains letters to and from members of the Seidelman family, especially members in Winnipeg and Minneapolis; records relating to Harry Seidelman’s career; financial records; receipts; published articles concerning Seidelman family members; and schooling records. The series also includes letters to and from William Seidelman, Sr. from the 1889 and 1890s; some of the letters come from Seattle. The CD-R contains family records digitized by the family ca. 2007. Some of the originals of the digitized records on CD-R are part of the fonds.