2 edition of guide to the archival holdings at the Jewish Public Library of Montreal = found in the catalog.
guide to the archival holdings at the Jewish Public Library of Montreal =
Jewish Public Library (MontreМЃal, QueМЃbec). Archives.
English and Yiddish.
|Other titles||Répertoire des fonds d"archives de la Bibliothèque publique juive de Montréal.|
|Statement||compilers, Florence Cymbalista Silverstone, English, Rose Switzman Rosaminer, Yiddish ; consultant, Carol Katz.|
|Contributions||Silverstone, Florence Cymbalista., Rosaminer, Rose Switzman.|
|LC Classifications||F1054.5.M89 J55 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > ;|
|LC Control Number||92121396|
Aug 20, · The Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives (ADCJA), formerly the Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) National Archives, will open to the public at its new location at Jean Talon St. W., suite , after Labour Day – by appointment only for the time being. Mar 03, · From the archives: The Jewish Public Library had humble beginnings. There had been other attempts to establish a Jewish library in Montreal. As early as , a .
Canadian Jewish Congress Charities Committee National Archives - extensive information on the holdings of the Archives including a searchable collections guide. Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People - Now merged with the National Library of Israel - very extensive collection archival material from Jewish organizations and. This file includes information about all libraries and archives that have substantial collections of Yizkor Books (i.e., more than 25). *Those libraries marked with an asterisk have their Yizkor book collections included in the Yizkor Book Database.
Jewish Public Library, Montreal. The JPL, which celebrated its th anniversary in , is both a neighborhood public library and the most significant repository of Yiddish books, periodicals, and archives in Canada. FROM PEDDLERS TO BUSINESS LEADERS Jewish Public Library Archives, Montreal Fonds # and Image # Samuel Bronfman with Prime Minister John G. Diefenbaker, Source: Jewish Museum and Archives of BC Internet, biomedical and software holdings, and a land mine removal organization.
request for an additional appropriation for the fourth police station, 1866.
contribution of snacking to the diets of freshman college women
Night Kill (Mack Bolan, The Executioner #124)
The Titan and the Titanic
Memorial of Henry Wolcott, one of the first settlers of Windsor, Connecticut, and of some of his descendants
Republic of China in 1974-75.
Shakspere to Sheridan
Look for the Sea Gulls
Chronic Heart Failure: I Quality of Life
2000 Import and Export Market for Unwrought Copper and Copper Alloys in Sweden
philosophy of dress.
book of great mysteries
Less on plans
Some memorials of John Hampden, his party, and his times.
U.S. grazing lands, 1950-82
The work of the Jewish Public Library Archives is generously supported by the Alex Dworkin Foundation for Jewish Archives, the Azrieli Foundation and the Peter and Ellen Jacobs Virtual Archives Fund of the Jewish Public Library.
Archives Blog» Prologue» Virtual Exhibits». Get this from a library. A guide to the archival holdings at the Jewish Public Library of Montreal = Répertoire des fonds d'archives de la Bibliothèque publique juive de Montréal. [Florence Cymbalista Silverstone; Rose Switzman Rosaminer; Jewish Public Library (Montréal, Québec).
Archives.]. Established inthe library serves the Montreal Community in five languages - English, French, Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian and holds the largest public collection of Judaica in North America. THE HISTORY OF THE MONTREAL JEWISH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES Evelyn Miller The history of the Montreal Jewish Public Library falls into two parts.
The first has to do with the several attempts to found the Library, the final successful achievement of this goal and the Library. The links in the list below will take you to the Canadian Jewish Heritage Network, an online catalogue and digital platform for the archival holdings of the Alex Dworkin Canadian Jewish Archives (formerly known as the CJCCC National Archives) as well as those of.
This page, fully indexed volume contains abstracts of Trepman’s articles and summarizes the holdings of the Paul Trepman Collection at the Jewish Public Library Archives.
The book is beautifully produced and includes many photographs and archival documents about Trepman’s interactions with well-known Jewish personalities such as. Mar 25, · Introduction. The Research Guide to Holocaust-related Holdings at Library and Archives Canada (LAC) provides an introduction to our holdings.
In keeping with the example set by such institutions as the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre and the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre, this guide includes holdings related to the Holocaust in its widest definition.
May 10, · Today, the Jewish Public Library serves the literary and intellectual needs of Notre-Dame-de-Grace and Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal’s largest borough and one of the most ethnically diverse areas in the country.
Moreover, it has strong links with other similar institutions in the city, including the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec.
Guide to archival resources at McGill University = Guide des sources d'archives à l'Université McGill. CD M65 M54 V.3. Les archives du Musée McCord = The McCord Museum archives /. London, Elaine Condos from the Ottawa Public Library, Ingrid Parent from Library and Archives Canada (and chair of the General Research Libraries division of IFLA), Eddie Paul from the Jewish Public Library in Montreal, Dr.
Victor Rabinovitch, from the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hélène. This library, which caters mostly to the Montreal Jewish community is a great place to pick up a book, movie, or newspaper related to Judaism and/or Israel, and many other cultural writings/5(2).
Jan 09, · The archive houses some million documents, maps, stamps, audio tapes and video with many digitized collections. JDC ArchivesThe JDC records of activity in over 90 countries dating from to the present; Jewish Public Library (Montréal) Jewish Languages Provides information and bibliographic references about Jewish languagesAuthor: Sonia Smith.
Genealogy resources The mandate of the Canadian Jewish Archives is to collect archival and reference material on Jewish life in Canada. As a general rule, birth, death and marriage records are not available here.
We offer a limited amount of information about current and past Jewish. A growing collection of in-depth interviews with people of all ages and backgrounds, whose stories about the legacy and changing nature of Yiddish language and culture offer a rich and complex chronicle of Jewish identity.
History Behind The Multilingual Holdings Of The Montreal Jewish Public Library. The Jewish Public Library or JPL is a public library in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, founded in The library contains the largest circulating collection of Judaica in North America.
The JPL has close to members, and receives to visitors weekly. A constituent agency of Federation CJA, the Jewish Public Library is independent of the Montreal Public Libraries Network and instead receives its funding from the city's Jewish community Location:chemin de la Côte-Sainte.
Jan 20, · While the writer has faded into obscurity, Brent Shpigl can still be found in many ultra-Orthodox homes today, say Jewish Public Library (JPL) librarians Eddie Paul and Nicole Beaudry.
The naughty caution was scribbled sometime during the book’s long journey from Poland to Holland, and, eventually, to the JPL’s Rare Books Collection.
The Hebrew Sick Benefit Association of Montreal’s membership book listings from – are available at the Canadian Jewish Heritage Network. Toronto Jewish City Directories for and can be found at Ontario Jewish Archives in Toronto.
Toronto City and Ottawa Directories Various Years. City of Ottawa, Ontario Online Historical Directories. You can contact the New York Public Library at: New York Public Library 42nd Street & 5th Avenue New York, NY The American Jewish Archives has organizational records, family and personal papers, and synagogue records (many of the synagogue records have been filmed by the Family History Library).
An online catalog of the Archives’ holdings is available at: American Jewish Archives. Created by Michael Davidson, this page is "a virtual guide to the great Jewish libraries and rare book collections on-line housing Hebrew manuscripts, incunabula, and written antiquities." While it has not been updated sinceit still provides useful information.
An excellent general guidebook to Montreal is published by Insight Guides. The Jewish Information Referral Service ([email protected]) publishes a Quick Guide to Jewish Montreal. Finding one’s way around Montreal is as easy as discovering the city’s rich Jewish ogmaexpo.com: Renata Polt.
Among these are the 11,plus books digitized by the Yiddish Book Center, and over 1, Yiddish lectures and Yiddish Talking Books from the Jewish Public Library of Montreal (also digitized by the Yiddish Book Center; described below).
The search interface is rather cumbersome, to put it mildly.May 27, · This was the case until the Jewish Public Library hosted Montreal’s very first young adult (YA) book festival last year.
This event was a game changer as bookworms came from around the city and beyond to celebrate their love of books.Oct 06, · I have long enjoyed libraries, since this is where the books are kept.
One of my first libraries that I visited—I was six or seven when my father took me— was Montreal’s Jewish Public Library (Yidishe Folks biblyotek) at Esplanade Avenue at the corner of Mont-Royal Avenue, the first time that the library would have a building purposely built for it.