Nota(s) sobre el alcance

Nota(s) sobre el origen

Mostrar nota(s)

Términos jerárquicos


Término General Canada


Términos equivalentes


Términos asociados


116 Descripción archivística results for Saskatchewan

9 resultados directamente relacionados Excluir términos relacionados

Morris Saltzman

Oral history interview with Morris Saltzman who was born in Winnipeg, 1918. Morris's father brought the family to Vancouver because he was became a successful merchant, eventually owning two grocery stores; 1st in wholesale potato business; second on corner of Nelson and Bute St. Morris was involved in and or speaks of B'nai B'rith, Jewish Community Fund and Council, Zionist Organization, Community Fund and Council, Vancouver Lodge and St. John's Shaughnessy Men's Club.

Harold Lenett

Oral history interview with Harold Lenett who was born in Regina, 1928.

Charna Plottel

An Oral history interview with Charna Plottel who was born in Saskatoon, 1920. Charna was Secretary to the Chairman of Continuing Medical Education at UBC, Secretary to the Associate Dean of Medicine at UBC, Secretary to the Medical Director (Vice-President) at Shaughnessy Hospital.

Zora ("Zoe") Gropper

Oral history interview with Zora ("Zoe") Gropper, who was a part of the National Council of Jewish Women in Saskatoon and discusses the political climate of the twenty-first century.

Dr. Harold Laimon

Oral history interview with Dr. Harold Laimon. Dr. Harold Laimon and Dr. Morley Lertzman are cousins.

Irving Goldenberg

Oral history interview with Irving Goldenberg, born in 1930, in preparation for the 2015 Scribe on Jewish clothiers. Irving speaks primarily on Zionism in Canada and Vancouver.

Bea Goldberg

Oral interview with Bea Goldberg. Interviewed by Irene Dodeck. Bea has been involved with numerous Zionist organizations throughout her life such as Young Judaea and Canadian Hadassah-WIZO.

Letter - August 27, 1916

Letter from Private Edward Joseph Seidelman, dated August 27, 1916. Sent from Tyvan, Saskatchewan to Rachel Seidelman of Vancouver. In the letter, Private Seidelman writes that most of the men at Camp Hughes are now on "harvest leave" for a month. He mentions that while on "harvest leave" he is staying on a farm not far from the village of Tyvan, Saskatchewan, and gives a description of the village. Private Seidelman also talks about seeing the Northern lights while on leave. In another part of the letter, Private Seidelman talks about the "Dominion Government" passing a compulsory registration act requiring men aged 19 years and older to register to be better prepared in the event that conscription is enforced.

Private Seidelman notes his mailing address is now changed to the following:
Pte. E.J. Seidelman
c/o Mr. Porter

Resultados 1 a 10 de 116