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Seidelman family fonds File
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Banking records

This file contains various records relating to banking. Passbooks and account statements are included.

Seidelman schooling

This file contains a certificate for Harry Seidelman, congratulating him on his attendance at Macdonald Public School. The certificate is dated June 17, 1907.

Digitized records on CD-R

This file contains a CD-R with digitized Seidelman family records. The Seidelman family digitized some records before donating the records to the archives. Some of the digitized records are in the archives in the original format.

Private Seidelman’s letters from July 1916

This file contains four letters written by Private Edward Joseph Seidelman to his family during July 1916. The letters were written when Private Seidelman was stationed in Camp Hughes, Manitoba.Two letters were written by Private Edward Joseph Seidelman to his sister Rachel while in training at Camp Hughes, Manitoba. One postcard was written by Private Seidelman to his brother William. One letter was written to his entire family.

Private Seidelman’s letters from November 1916

This file contains three letters written by Private Edward Joseph Seidelman to his family in November 1916. Two letters were addressed to his sister Rachel while stationed in Seaford, Sussex, England. One postcard was addressed "To all the folks at home".

Private Seidelman’s letters from December 1916

This file contains three letters written by Private Edward Joseph Seidelman to his sister Rachel in December 1916. One letter was from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman to his sister Rachel while in London, England and two letters to Rachel were sent from Seaford, Sussex, England.

Private Seidelman’s letters from February 1917

This file contains four letters written by Private Edward Joseph Seidelman to his sister Rachel in February 1917. One letter was sent from England, two letters were sent from "Somewhere in France", and another letter was sent from "Somewhere in Europe". The letters were opened by censors.

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