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Series 1


I.L. Peretz School. – 1928-1971

M-1107-1 Application for incorporation, bylaws and related correspondence. – 1929. – Includes speech about Peretz School for opening of Peretz Institute, September 22, 1929.
M-1107-2 Correspondence. – 1929-1943. – re arrangement and payment of mortgage for Peretz School. – Includes copy of mortgage, 1929, and copy of Bond, Leo Paperny et al to Northern Trust Company, 1929.
M-1107-3 Invoices. – 1929. – Eau Claire Lumber Company – for building supplies, Peretz School.
M-1107-4 Tax notices and related correspondence. – 1930-1934. – Includes letters re application for tax exemptions for Peretz School.
M-1107-5 Financial statements. – 1928-1930, 1930-1931, 1931-1932, 1949. – Includes letters (1950, 1951) from Registrar of Companies.
M-1107-6 Correspondence. – 1930-1933. – Re small debt claims.
M-1107-7 School Inspector reports, related correspondence. – 1931-1932.
M-1107-8 Correspondence, etc. – 1934-1935. – Re attempted lawsuit against Jewish Daily Forward of New York by the Peretz School.
M-1107-9 Correspondence, etc. – 1946-1954. – Re Peretz School Association real estate purchases.
M-1107-10 Correspondence. – 1934-1950. – Re hiring of teachers for Peretz School.
M-1107-11 Correspondence. – 1930-1937. – Re hiring of Abram Pravatiner.
M-1107-12 Correspondence. – 1931-1946. – Re requests for particular licenses to present plays, films at the school and in local theatres. – (Some in conjunction with Calgary Hebrew School).
M-1107-13 Correspondence. – 1960, 1968, 1971. – Re requests for copies of “By-Law” and applications for Incorporation of Peretz School Association.
M-1107-14 Correspondence. – 1932-1969. – Re donations to Peretz School by Shumiatcher and payments by him for advertisements in the school’s newsletter.
M-1107-15 Correspondence, announcement of events, request for financial aid. – 1932-1969. – Includes copies of various Peretz School Association newsletters (most correspondence is in Hebrew).

Series 2


Calgary Hebrew School. – 1920-1963

M-1107-16 Declaration of Incorporation of Calgary Hebrew School. – 1920. – Includes 1930 letter regarding Corporate seal for school.
M-1107-17 Partial Will and testament (and related correspondence 1929) of Nathan Roth (1920’s) who bequeathed $500 to the Calgary Hebrew School.
M-1107-18 Miscellaneous correspondence. – 1938-1946. – Includes: placing European refugee religious leaders in teaching positions in Canada (Religious Emergency Fund for German and Austrian Jewry); Educator’s Conference 1939, 1940; formation by Zionist Organization of Canada of a course for the training of travelling teachers for smaller centres in Western Canada; some correspondence in concert with the Amalgamated House of Israel.
M-1107-19 Executive meeting minutes. – 1937-1938.
M-1107-20 Executive meeting minutes. – 1939-1940.
M-1107-21 Executive meeting minutes and related correspondence, 1940-January, 1941. – Re amalgamated committee of Calgary Hebrew School and House of Israel Association (Community Building). Includes a financial report for House of Israel Association, October 31, 1939.
M-1107-22 Executive meeting minutes. – 1941-1943. – Amalgamated committee of Calgary Hebrew School and House of Israel Association.
M-1107-23 Executive meeting minutes (incomplete). – 1943-1948. – For the amalgamated committee of Calgary Hebrew School and House of Israel Association.
M-1107-24 Executive meeting minutes. – December, 1940 – July 1948. – Amalgamated committee of Calgary Hebrew School and House of Israel Association.
M-1107-25 Minutes (incomplete). – 1938-1943. – Board of Education of Calgary Hebrew School. Includes Council for Jewish Education Resolutions adopted at the Calgary Conference (July 3-9, 1940).
M-1107-26 Financial Reports, 1938-1941; Secretary’s Report (Shumiatcher) to annual meeting, 1939-1943; Lists of executive members; 1938- 1946.
M-1107-27 Correspondence. – 1939-1946. – Letters soliciting financial support/favours from Calgary Hebrew School.
M-1107-28 Correspondence, announcement. – 1937-1950. – Re Graduation exercises, Donor Dinners and concerts (Chanuka).
M-1107-29 Correspondence. – 1939-1945. – Re Hebrew School Bus driver – car/bus license, insurance, application for gasoline ration books. Includes a ration book cover, and school van license, 1941-1945.
M-1107-30 Correspondence. – 1937-1941. – Re Hebrew School applications to Attorney General for permission to show Jewish films – some applications in conjunction with I.L. Peretz School. Includes promotional material for some of the films.
M-1107-31 Correspondence, notices. – 1937-1949. – Re general and executive meetings (some include Hebrew School with House of Israel), special services, school registration, special school classes, annual elections.
M-1107-32 Postcard. – 1939-1949. – Re announcement of meetings of Hebrew School and House of Israel.
M-1107-33 Correspondence. – 1938-1943. – Letters of appreciation, condolences, congratulations and best wishes.
M-1107-34 Calgary Hebrew School Year Book, 1945; Calgary Hebrew School Jubilee Dedication, 1963; Two issues “Community Centre Bulletin”, March and May 1941.
M-1107-35 Clippings, excerpts from parish publications, 1937-1942 and n.d. – Re Jewish education.
M-1107-36 Miscellaneous correspondence, announcements, etc. – 1932-1948. – Re School. Includes letters to parents re payment of tuition.
M-1107-37 Miscellaneous correspondence. – 1938-1942. – Re Calgary Hebrew School; Israelite Press; Zionist Organization of Canada; Hebrew Educators’ Council of Western Canada (All above in Hebrew); I..L. Peretz School; Community Building.

Series 3


Canadian Jewish Congress. – 1933-1948

M-1107-38 Miscellaneous. – 1933-1937. – Includes reports; bulletins; national meeting minutes; correspondence re fund raising, register of the unemployed; list of people considered to be agents of international anti-Semitic propaganda; booklet “Jew-Baiting in Canada” (lists Anti-Semitic organizations and Groups in Operation from 1933 to 1937); various printed items.
M-1107-39 Calgary Jewish unemployment file. – 1936-1946. – Includes lists of unemployed Jewish Young people, completed application forms.
M-1107-40 Correspondence, conference proceedings, newspaper clippings. – 1938.
M-1107-41 Miscellaneous correspondence, news bulletins. – 1938-1939. – Re Jewish refugee situation, etc. Includes list of officers, Calgary branch.
M-1107-42 Miscellaneous correspondence, minutes for meetings (3 minute books), etc. – 1938-1939. – Includes a list of Calgary Jewish homes and addresses.
M-1107-43 Executive meeting minutes, notices of meetings, reports, memorandums, and bulletins. – 1938-1941. – Includes receipts and expenditures of the Calgary Branch, November 1938 – October 1939; Canadian Jewish Congress constitution and resolutions adopted, Toronto, January 1939; attendance sheets for Calgary branch, 1939-1940.
M-1107-44 Third Regional Conference, 1939. – Minutes, correspondence, clippings. – Includes constitution and resolutions adopted.
M-1107-45 Third Regional Conference, July – November 1939. – Also includes particulars of Wainwright Ranch; bulletins of the JDC re Jewish refugees; financial statement of Calgary Branch.
M-1107-46 Miscellaneous. – 1939. – Includes meeting minutes; agendas; resolutions. Correspondence re Aberhart’s address of CJC, plight of Jewish German refugees aboard the SS St. Louis which was refused entry into Cuba.
M-1107-47 Minutes of meetings, reports, bulletins and miscellaneous correspondence. – October, 1939 – May, 1940. – Includes “Statistics on the Participation of the Jews in the First World War 1914-1918; various printed items.
M-1107-48 Miscellaneous. – October, 1939-1941. – Includes minutes of national meetings – includes War Efforts Committee and Canadian Jewish Archives; meeting notices; reports; statement of Income and expenditures, 1939-1940. Correspondence re fund raising campaign; lost refugees; anti-Semitic statements made in House of Commons by E.E. Perley; letters of appeal for boxes of aid for Jewish servicemen in England.
M-1107-49 Miscellaneous correspondence. – 1940. – Re Jewish enlistments; monetary appeals for Jewish refugees in Europe; placement of Jewish refugee children in Canadian Jewish homes. Includes lists of homes in Calgary (with applications) for those wishing to take in refugee children.
M-1107-50 Miscellaneous correspondence, reports, clippings, printed items. – 1940.
M-1107-51 Minutes, reports, bulletins, and correspondence. – June-September, 1941.
M-1107-52 Minutes, reports, bulletins, and correspondence. – September-December, 1941. – Includes newspaper, Army Week, June 29-July 5, 1942.
M-1107-53 Miscellaneous correspondence, reports, meeting and lecture notices, and bulletins. – 1941-1946. – Includes a list of Jewish families – including addresses – residing in Calgary, October, 1941, and correspondence Re Jewish census, 1942.
M-1107-54 Correspondence, bulletins, notices, agendas and reports of meeting and conferences. – 1942-1943. – Includes correspondence re placement of Jewish military men stationed at Red Deer in Calgary homes for Passover; 1942 list of Jewish boys in Canadian Active fighting forces.
M-1107-55 Correspondence. – 1942-1943. – Re placement of Jewish soldiers from military camps (mainly Red Deer) into Calgary Jewish homes for Passover; Calgary Branch Jewish Questionnaire. Also includes: list of Calgary Jewish boys who had joined the Canadian Active fighting forces; Educational Committee Questionnaire.
M-1107-56 Report of Economics and Research Committee, Canadian Jewish Congress, Calgary Branch. – (1942?). – Includes detailed census of Jewish population of Calgary giving occupational status of all those listed.
M-1107-57 Correspondence. – 1942-1943. – Re meetings, conferences, fund raising. Also includes bulletins, reports, etc. of the Joint Distribution Committee regarding Jewish problems in Europe.
M-1107-58 Miscellaneous correspondence, etc. – 1943. – Includes a report, September 11, 1943 by Shumiatcher Re Jews in Canada, refugees and settlement, etc. and other reports and bulletins regarding same.
M-1107-59 Correspondence, bulletins, reports, radio broadcasts. – January-April 1944.
M-1107-60 Correspondence, bulletins, reports, radio broadcasts. – May, 1944-January, 1945.
M-1107-61 Correspondence. – 1945-1946. – Re lecture of Raymond Arthur Davies (was correspondent) January 23, 1946; yearly National appeal for funds.
M-1107-62 Miscellaneous. – 1945-1947. – Includes correspondence. – Re clothing campaign for Jewish war sufferers, overseas; placement of refugee children in Saskatchewan.
M-1107-63 Miscellaneous correspondence and bulletins. – 1946-1949. – Includes Annual Report of American Joint Distribution Committee, 1948.

Series 4


B’nai B’rith. – 1928-1966

M-1107-64 Miscellaneous. – 1928-1938
M-1107-65 Miscellaneous, correspondence. – 1937-1938. – Includes conference programmes and reports; phoning lists; financial statement – Calgary.
M-1107-66 Agreements, resolutions, minutes, etc. – 1938. – Re conferences and conventions.
M-1107-67 Correspondence, clippings, speeches. – 1938. – Also includes lists of Calgary committees and committee members; phoning lists; lists of executive members; list of Regina Lodge members.
M-1107-68 Miscellaneous. – 1938
M-1107-69 Miscellaneous. – 1939. – Includes correspondence, minutes, Re local district and District Grand Lodge no.6; lists of Lodges, including presidents and secretaries; various completed applications for membership, etc.
M-1107-70 Miscellaneous. – 1940-1945
M-1107-71 Miscellaneous. – 1946-1949. – Includes various printed items; newsletter.
M-1107-72 Miscellaneous. – 1949-1953. – Includes meeting programmes; event and meeting notices; various letters of recommendation for Jewish young men seeking employment.
M-1107-73 Miscellaneous. – 1953-1958. – Includes newsletters; bulletins; programmes; newspaper clippings; pamphlets; invitations; membership cards; Constitution and bylaws, 1955.
M-1107-74 Miscellaneous. – 1957-1963. – Includes biography, programme and invitation for Jack Edelson Negev testimonial dinner; newsletter; bulletins.
M-1107-75 Miscellaneous. – 1958-1961. – Includes correspondence; newsletters; Menorah, 1958, 1959, 1960; budget sheet, 1961; rough notes on individuals seeking employment.
M-1107-76 Miscellaneous. – 1961-1963. – Includes newsletters; list of charter members, 1963; list of past presidents, 1962; invitation, New Years, 1960; booklet of guidelines – B’nai B’rith Vocational Service; proposed budget, 1961; Nomination list for election of officers, 1961.
M-1107-77 Miscellaneous. 1963-1966. – Includes newsletters; bulletins; various event invitations; constitution and by-laws; membership cards; 1963 lists of past presidents and charter members.

Series 5


House of Jacob. – 1909-1969

M-1107-78 Miscellaneous. – 1909-1965. – Includes correspondence and documents, 1956, re filing of income tax returns and providing executive lists and annual financial reports for the Registrar of Companies (statements for 1956-1957, 1960-1961, 1963, 1965); Declaration of Incorporation of Congregation of House of Jacob, 1909; agreement between Calgary Jewish community Council and M. Torchinsky, Jack Diamond, David Smolensky, Gershon Berman, I. Ellenberg and Shumiatcher.
M-1107-79 Correspondence and documents. – 1939-1941. – Re question of incorporation of Shaarei Zedek congregation and licensing of Rabbi S. Smolensky. Also includes employment Agreement between House of Jacob Congregation and Rabbi David, 1939; correspondence re Calgary Jewish Hachnosas Orchim.
M-1107-80 Employment of staff, cantor and rabbi, 1939-1945, 1969.
M-1107-81 Miscellaneous correspondence, meeting notices and minutes, etc. – 1943-1949. – Includes correspondence re hiring of Rabbi Abraham Rabinowitz of Texas (some in Hebrew); establishment of an Honour Roll; questionnaire for United Synagogue of America. Also includes a deed of sale for a congregational seat; congregational member list; list of Jewish population and addresses; 1943 financial statement.
M-1107-82 Congregational pledge lists. – 1944-1945. – Includes lists of those in arrears for payment of seats.
M-1107-83 Miscellaneous. – 1944-1947. – Includes lists of executive officers; lists of those holding congregational seats; meeting minutes; pledge lists; correspondence re filling position of rabbi, hiring Cantor Samuel Vigoda, city taxes.
M-1107-84 Annual financial statements and list of executive officers required by registrar of companies, related correspondence, 1944-1945.
M-1107-85 Correspondence. – 1945. – Re letter from Sanitation Department, City of Calgary; selling of congregational seats.
M-1107-86 Miscellaneous correspondence, meeting notices. – 1945-1951. – Re Canadian Jewish Congress commemoration service for Battle of Britain; Jewish welfare committees for returned soldiers; Calgary Jewish Relief Committee; Chevro Kadisho; Amalgamated House of Israel and Calgary Hebrew School.
M-1107-87 Miscellaneous. – 1964-1965. – Includes correspondence and document re smoke and fire damage to House of Jacob Synagogue; speech made on occasion of the High Holiday of Rosh Hashana.
M-1107-88 Correspondence and documents. – 1965-1968. – Re sale of House of Jacob building to the City of Calgary, location of Synagogue, etc.
M-1107-89 Correspondence and documents. – 1967-1968. – Re purchase of property and building new synagogue.
M-1107-90 Minutes of executive meetings. – 1945, 1969

Series 6


Histadrut. – 1931-1967

M-1107-91 Information booklets, correspondence. – 1931-1935. – Re People’s Tool Campaign – For the Declassed Jews in Russia.
M-1107-92 Miscellaneous. – 1940-1944
M-1107-93 Miscellaneous. – 1945. – Includes programme for second annual Western Canada Histadrut Conference.
M-1107-94 Miscellaneous. – 1946. – Includes list of Jewish organizations and Presidents.
M-1107-95 Miscellaneous. – 1947
M-1107-96 Miscellaneous. – 1948-1949. – Includes Yearbook, 1948 Histadrut Campaign in Winnipeg and Western Canada; printed programme of Second National Histadrut convention, 1948.
M-1107-97 Miscellaneous. – 1948-1949
M-1107-98 Miscellaneous. – 1948-1949
M-1107-99 Miscellaneous. – 1951
M-1107-100 Correspondence. – March-May, 1951. – Re Calgary concert appearance of Mr. M. Kusevitsky.
M-1107-101 Miscellaneous. – 1952-1953
M-1107-102 Miscellaneous. – April-August, 1954. – Primarily bulletins/newsletters.
M-1107-103 Miscellaneous. – December 1953-March 1954
M-1107-104 Miscellaneous. – 1953
M-1107-105 Miscellaneous. – 1958-1959
M-1107-106 Miscellaneous. – 1959
M-1107-107 Miscellaneous. – 1959-1960
M-1107-108 Miscellaneous. – 1960. – Includes primarily bulletins re situation in Israel.
M-1107-109 Miscellaneous. – 1960
M-1107-110 Miscellaneous. – 1961-1962
M-1107-111 Miscellaneous. – 1963-1967

Series 7


House of Israel Association. – 1929-1963

M-1107-112 Correspondence, documents. – 1929-1950. – Re incorporation of House of Israel. Includes short history of community building and constitution/by-laws of Association.
M-1107-113 Miscellaneous. – 1940-1952. – Includes correspondence re hiring of rabbi; minutes of Beth Israel Congregation Committee, June, 1943, July, 1944
M-1107-114 Miscellaneous. – 1940-1963. – Includes financial statements, 1940-1941, 1943, 1945; correspondence, budget re building of new community building.
M-1107-115 Correspondence, documents. – 1958. – Re Agreement between House of Israel Association and the Shaare Tzedec congregation regarding the latter building a synagogue on the Association’s property.

Series 8


Federation of Young Judea of Canada. – 1929-1965

M-1107-116 Local and national correspondence, meeting minutes, conference programs and related printed material, 1929-1933.
M-1107-117 Miscellaneous. – 1931-1937. – Includes conference programmes.
M-1107-118 Correspondence, documents, clippings. – 1932-1934. – Re Oratorical contests (and Shumiatcher trophy).
M-1107-119 Correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, various printed items. – 1932-1934. – Includes letters to Shumiatcher from William Engle from Europe and Palestine.
M-1107-120 Morris Shumiatcher’s file – Miscellaneous. – 1933-1936. – Includes newsletters of Disraeli Judaean and schools M. Shumiatcher attended.
M-1107-121 Miscellaneous. – 1942-, 1965. – Includes 25th anniversary edition of The Judaean, 1942.

Series 9


Doukhobors (Christian Community of Universal Brotherhood). – 1928- 1934

M-1107-122 Annual financial statements. – 1928-1933. – Copies in English and Russian.
M-1107-123 Miscellaneous. – 1928-1933. – Includes correspondence, clippings, legal petitions re imprisonment of Peter P. Verigin; notes about Doukhobors in the prairie provinces; minutes of meeting of authorized delegates of Society of “Named Doukhobors”, June, 1928.
M-1107-124 Correspondence. – 1930. – Re Supreme Counsel of Community Economics – General management (Some correspondence in English).
M-1107-125 Correspondence. – 1931. – (only letter in English)
M-1107-126 Correspondence. – 1932
M-1107-127 Correspondence. – 1933
M-1107-128 Minutes of shareholder annual meetings. – 1930-1932. – In English.
M-1107-129 Correspondence. – 1932-1934. – Shumiatcher with Peter Verigin re ordering of fruit; and Verigin’s 7 week imprisonment in Winnipeg.

Series 10


Other Organizations. – 1927-1971

M-1107-130 Calgary Jewish Bakers’ Association. Minutes of meetings. – 1929-January, 1932.
M-1107-131 Pioneer Women’s Organization Correspondence. – 1940-1947. – Re obtaining permission from the Attorney General to show films with their Sunday religious programs; determining winner of the organization’s war bond. Includes printed material about Palestine.
M-1107-132 Zionist Organization of Canada. Miscellaneous. – 1959-1963. – Includes bulletins; newsletters; Resolution of Organizations (includes most Jewish organizations).
M-1107-133 Jewish Immigration Aid Society. – 1930-1934. – Minutes; annual reports, 1933-1934, 1935-1936; correspondence and documents re Jewish refugees seeking to enter Canada; various printed items.
M-1107-134 Peoples ORT Federation. – Correspondence, 1933-1936, re speakers and fund raising. Includes various printed items.
M-1107-135 American ORT Federation. Correspondence, reports; printed items. – 1937-1941. – Re ORT’s activities in Europe – developing trade courses, agricultural projects, industrial workshops, etc. for persecuted and displaced Jews. Includes correspondence re fund raising campaign of Lord Marley and his visit to Calgary.
M-1107-136 Allen Hebrew Free Loan Association. – 1927-1935. – Lists of Debtors to Society, collection letters and payment schedule cards.
M-1107-137 Calgary Jewish Family Service Bureau. – Correspondence, meeting minutes, meeting reports, monthly reports, 1967-1971.

Series 11


Miscellaneous Files. – 1904-1971

M-1107-138 Miscellaneous. – 1932-1965. – Includes speeches by Shumiatcher and son Morris (1); clippings; poem by Ida Nelson; correspondence re personal matters.
M-1107-139 Miscellaneous. – 1930-1940. – Includes debates and lectures; CPR correspondence; personal correspondence; office matters.
M-1107-140 Correspondence, clippings, reports, radio addresses. – 1936-1937. – Re tax/financial situation of City of Calgary.
M-1107-141 Clippings, reports, memorandums. -1933 and n.d. – Re Adolf Hitler and Germany.
M-1107-142 Personal correspondence, Shumiatcher family. – 1931-1939. – Includes correspondence re Minuetta Shumiatcher’s schooling in New York; letters with Ernest Hutcheson and the Julliard School of Music.
M-1107-143 Miscellaneous. – 1936-1939. – Includes musical programme arranged by Mrs. A.I. Shumiatcher for Calgary Women’s Musical Club, 1937; miscellaneous general and private correspondence; note to William Aberthart, n.d.
M-1107-144 Miscellaneous. – 1906-1949. – Includes Notebook, 1911 (in Russian); school ? notebook, 1906 (in Russian); Minutes of Jewish National workers alliance and Histadrut, Calgary, 1944-1949 (in Yiddish).
M-1107-145 Correspondence. – 1949. – Re purchase of bicycle in Washington for Shumiatcher’s grandson in New York.
M-1107-146 Miscellaneous. – 1916-1923. – Includes correspondence, 1922-1923, re relief parcels forwarded to Russian families by relatives in Alberta; Shumiatcher’s CPR employee expense claims, 1916.
M-1107-147 Histories of various Jewish community organizations written by Shumiatcher, 1945. Includes a certificate of the Polish-Jewish Family Loan Association (issued to P. Feshman in 1936 which contains photograph of original founders and charter members).
M-1107-148 Miscellaneous. – 1939-1957. – Includes correspondence re various Jewish organization, conferences, concepts and tours.
M-1107-49 Miscellaneous. – 1955-1958. – Includes personal correspondence; birthday and Christmas cards; correspondence re Calgary Philharmonic, various legal matters, letters of reference.
M-1107-150 Correspondence, Law Society of Alberta. – 1922-1928. – Re Shumiatcher’s grades in Law School and re-writing of exams.
M-1107-151 Two small pocket books. – 1907-1908; 1909 (in Russian).
M-1107-152 Personal correspondence. – 1951
M-1107-153 Miscellaneous correspondence. – 1932-1933. – Re B’nai B’rith, Young Judeans and Canadian Jewish Historical Publishing Co.
M-1107-154 Miscellaneous personal correspondence. – 1945-1957. – Includes correspondence and newspaper clippings re Calgary Symphony Orchestra and music awards in Calgary.
M-1107-155 Miscellaneous, etc. – 1930-1933. – Correspondence re personal matters; legal business, C.P.R. business; Canadian Young Judea; Law Society of Alberta. Also includes: C.P.R. report re Clan Donald colony; progress reports re Minuetta and her music; commentary on a Communist meeting held at Variety Theatre (n.d. but ca. 1918); questionnaire revealing personal and family information.
M-1107-156 Miscellaneous. – 1928-1931. – Includes correspondence re personal matters, Law Society of Alberta, office and legal business; documents re Shumiatcher’s entry to the Bar, appointment as Notary Public; concert program, Lazar Weiner, 1929; Shumiatcher’s C.P.R. expense claims, 1923-1928.
M-1107-157 Correspondence, interview typescript, unedited autobiographical paper. – 1971. – Re Shumiatcher’s submission to Henry G. Klassen, Editor, Canadian Ethnic Studies, Volume 2, No. 2.
M-1107-158 Correspondence (Yiddish). – 1914 and n.d.
M-1107-159 Miscellaneous. – 1922. – Includes correspondence, between Canadian Commission House and J. Schecter Company re sending of relief parcels to Russia; copyright document for the unpublished musical work, “Join Your Country” by Minuetta and Morris Shumiatcher.
M-1107-160 Newspaper clippings, lectures. – 1936-1938. – Re local and provincial politics (some federal and outside political issues as well).
M-1107-161 Clippings, lectures (re local and provincial politics), correspondence re lectures. – 1936-1937
M-1107-162 Lectures, clippings. – 1939-1940. – Re political issues.
M-1107-163 Contract of marriage, December 27, 1904 between Moses A. Wener and Bessie Romanoff.
M-1107-164 Correspondence and documents. – 1940. – Re Maurice Pechet’s application for a passport.
M-1107-165 Lists of names and addresses of Jewish people residing in the city of Calgary, November 24, 1943.
M-1107-166 Correspondence and documents. – 1961-1962. – Re Mrs. Rose Manson’s application for old age pension and attempts to obtain documents to prove age.
M-1107-167 Correspondence and related documents. – 1933-1939. – Re immigration to Canada of Rabbi Ben Well and his family and later his travel to the United States to work.
M-1107-168 Correspondence and documents. – 1936-1939. – Re Rabbi David Well’s return to the United States to undertake employment.
M-1107-169 Clipping, etc. – 1941. – Re case of Annie and Mike Radomski, charged with shoplifting.
M-1107-170 Documents and correspondence. – 1924-1935. – Re the application and immigration of the Aaron Sholomenko family from Russia to Canada.
M-1107-171 Correspondence and comments. – 1923-1932. – Re the application for immigration of Mr. And Mrs. Zalman Lubinsky to Canada (includes correspondence with the government, Canadian Pacific Railway, and the Jewish Immigrant Aid Society, related to gaining permission for them to enter Canada, and arranging for their ship and rail transportation); attempts to have Sarah Lubinsky’s family (Chaim Meilach Rivkin family) immigrate to Canada from Russia; Torgsin purchase orders for R.F. Lubinsky in Russia from S. Lubinsky, Calgary. View now.
M-1107-172 Documents and correspondence. – 1929. – Re transfer of ownership of the Calgary Silver Plating Works from William S. Swaggert to Henry Libin and Isaac Engle.
M-1107-173 Correspondence. – 1939. – Between Ida Nelson and Anna Nelson (both of “The Canadian Trio”) and the Shumiatchers.
M-1107-174 Correspondence and documents. – 1925-1931. – Re immigration of Vitia Alberta from Palestine to Canada; application of Peretz Gorenman and Vitia Alberta to University of Alberta; return of V. Alberta and later husband to Palestine.
M-1107-175 Correspondence. – 1926-1927. — Consists of letters to George A Walker Canadian Pacific Railway (C.P.R.), re employment of Shumiatcher; the case of John Dower versus Canadian Pacific Railway (C.P.R.).
M-1107-175a Marriage certificate, 1932. Minnie Chetner and Abram Berge.
M-1107-176 Correspondence, price lists. – 1944-1949. – Re sending food/clothing parcels to Russia. Includes personal family correspondence from Russia to Shumiatcher’s mother. (translated by Shumiatcher)
M-1107-177 Completed application forms. – 1942. – Re German classes offered servicemen at Currie Barracks (Canadian Legion War Services) by Shumiatcher. Application forms completed by: R.J. Brockman (St. Benedict, Saskatchewan); J.H. Farn (Strathallen, Saskatchewan); R.E. Galusha (Mannville, Alberta); F. Sulik (North Battleford, Saskatchewan); A.P.R. Hantke (Kerrobert, Saskatchewan); C.S. Svab (Middle Lake, Saskatchewan); T.C. Scott (Calgary, Alberta); N.W. Trithart (Kipling, Saskatchewan); J.E. Wosny (Resouce, Saskatchewan).
M-1107-178 Brief biographical sheets; completed application forms, correspondence. – 1940-1941. – Re servicemen at Currie Barracks (Canadian Legion War Services) by Shumiatcher. Application forms completed by: R.J. Brockman (St. Benedict, Saskatchewan); J.H. Farn (Strathallen, Saskatchewan); R.E. Galusha (Mannville, Alberta); F. Sulik (North Battleford, Saskatchewan); A.P.R. Hantke (Kerrobert, Saskatchewan); C.S. Svab (Middle Lake, Saskatchewan); T.C. Scott (Calgary, Alberta); N.W. Trithart (Kipling, Saskatchewan); J.E. Wosny (Resouce, Saskatchewan).
M-1107-179 Programmes. – 1959. – Negev Testimonial Dinner; United Jewish Appeal first annual Campaign Dinner.
M-1107-180 Miscellaneous correspondence, applications, etc. – 1938-1940. – Re Shumiatcher’s application for a job as a translator for Bureau for Translations, Secretary of State Department, Ottawa; Shumiatcher’s application re Dominion of Canada National Registration for Electoral Division of Calgary, etc.
M-1107-181 Correspondence. – 1915-1916. – Testimonial letters of immigrant farmers. Includes translations (by Shumiatcher) of the correspondence by immigrant farmers for the Canadian Pacific Railway (C.P.R.) Colonization office.
M-1107-182 Miscellaneous correspondence, documents, clippings, etc. – 1938-1944. – Includes case of John Troll, alien, needing permission to go to Vancouver for medical treatment; typed transcript, “1939 Alberta Legislation – What It Means”.
M-1107-183 Miscellaneous. – 1911-1944. – Includes postcards to Shumiatcher (most from Russia) 1911-1916; two Russian passports, one belonging to Anne Chereyolmiller (sic), 1922; Shumiatcher’s “Notice of Intention to Attend for Examination”, The Law Society of Alberta, 1924.
M-1107-184 Miscellaneous. – 1926-1927. – Includes clipping re Minuetta Shumiatcher winning a silver medal in music (1927?); Russian passport, 1926.
M-1107-185 Miscellaneous. – 1911-1922. – Includes personal correspondence between Shumiatcher and his wife and children (almost all in Russian); itemized receipts of goods purchased from the Neilson Furniture Co. Ltd., 1916-1917; Constitution of the Disraeli Young Judeans of Calgary.
M-1107-186 Clippings. – 1941-1948. – Includes issues of The Western Jewish News, August 14, 1947 which has a feature article on A.I. Shumiatcher.
M-1107-187 Correspondence, receipts. – 1930-1936. – Re purchase orders for Torgsin stores in Russia.
M-1107-188 Correspondence, documents, etc. – 1929-1936. – Re immigration of Altschuler family from Russia to Calgary. Includes blank form, “Application for the Admission to Canada of the Following Described Immigrants” and fares schedule from Europe.
M-1107-189 Correspondence, clipping. – 1921-1947. – Re Jacob and Pearl (Karasik) Kerr family. Includes correspondence re their immigration to Canada from Russia.
M-1107-190 Personal correspondence. – 1942-1943. – Between Mr. and Mrs. Shumiatcher and Ruth and Harry Cohen who were stationed at Macleod and then Edmonton (RCAF).
M-1107-191 Correspondence, legal documents, etc. – 1930-1935. – Re Aaron Sholomenko and the purchase and later dissolution of Imperial Confectionery and Grocery.
M-1107-192 Correspondence, legal documents, passport application. – 1926-1941. – Re Abraham Busheiken. Includes his participation in business partnership of Alberta News, Ltd.
M-1107-193 Correspondence. – 1927-1928. – Re the immigration to Canada from Russia of Mrs. Pessia Grossman (and children).
M-1107-194 Personal correspondence. – 1944-1958. – Between Shumiatcher and his sister Esther Hirshbein and later his nephew Omus Hirshbein.
M-1107-195 Correspondence. – 1927-1930. – Re Mr. and Mrs. Peretz Hirshbein’s claim for damages against Compagnie Francaise de Navigation a Vapeur of Marseilles, France.
M-1107-196 Correspondence. – 1938-1944. – Re Rabbi Abraham Shtern.
M-1107-197 Correspondence, court documents, clippings surrounding court case. – 1937-1942. – Re attempt to unseat Mrs. Rose Wilkinson from her Calgary aldermanic seat in 1937.
M-1107-198 Correspondence, court documents. – 1936-1937. – Re court case to unseat Arthur Rowe from his Calgary aldermanic seat in 1937.
M-1107-199 Correspondence, nomination list, nomination paper. – 1940. – Re nomination of William Aberhart to represent an electoral division in Legislative Assembly of Alberta.
M-1107-200 Correspondence, etc. – 1938-1939. – Re Union of Orphans Relief Association of Poland (“Centos”).
M-1107-201 Correspondence. – 1915-1953. – Re Jewish Colonization Association of Canada.
M-1107-202 Correspondence and documents. – 1931-1950. – Re Vegreville Hebrew Association.
M-1107-203 Correspondence, etc. – 1948-1966. – Re Chevra Kadusha of Calgary.
M-1107-204 Correspondence. – 1929-1934. – Re Mrs. Shumiatcher’s purchase orders or Torgsin Stores for relatives and friends in the U.S.S.R.
M-1107-205 Testimonial letters and translations. – 1915-1922. – Letters written by farmers from various ethnic groups for the Canadian Pacific Railway (C.P.R.) Colonization Dept. Translated by Shumiatcher.
M-1107-206 Correspondence. – 1933-1939. – Re legal case of Rev. Bela Buchin. Includes life insurance policy, 1934.
M-1107-207 Award, appointment certificates. – 1927-1968, n.d.
M-1107-208 Correspondence. – 1927-1933. – Re divorce of Peter Yuchnevich and Olga Yuchnevich and later adoption proceedings re Alexander Broda by Peter and Kadai Yuchnevich.
M-1107-209 Business/personal correspondence. – 1926-1928. – with A.E. Keith.
M-1107-210 Correspondence. – 1922. – Re sending of a relief parcel to Russia by William Dlin of Bruderheim, Alberta.
M-1107-211 Miscellaneous. – 1959-1963. – Includes newspaper clippings; draft of an address on the “Indian Canadian” by Morris C. Shumiatcher; autobiography by A.I. Shumiatcher, 1962.
M-1107-212 Jewish wedding certificates. – [ca. 1930’s]
M-1107-213 Correspondence. – 1919. – Re ordering of books from the Yiddish Literary Publishing Co. in New York. (orders in Yiddish)
M-1107-214 Account Book. – 1914-1921 (not complete). – Re household account of Mrs. Jessie Shumiatcher; Bank book of Shumiatcher’s, 1913.
M-1107-215 Calgary Symphony Orchestra Programmes, 1933-1939 and 1952; Celebrity Concerts Programmes – Gershwin Concert Festival, 1953, William Warfield, 1953.
M-1107-216 Miscellaneous. – 1938-1942. – Includes newspaper clippings re Shumiatcher family; William Aberhart, Shumiatcher’s legal cases; phone and address directory, n.d.; correspondence between Morris Shumiatcher and S. Jaffe regarding summer employment.

Series 12


Family Papers. — 1890-1989, predominant 1940-1974. — 96 cm of textual records. — Consists of correspondence, news clippings, photographs, tax returns; birth, marriage and naturalization certificates, railway passes and other personal papers belonging to Abraham, Luba, Minuetta and Morris Shumiatcher. – Some documents in Yiddish and Russian. — Original order maintained.

M-8686-1 Christmas / New Year’s card lists. — 1967-1969
M-8686-2 Correspondence, Abraham and Luba. – 1936-1970
M-8686-3 Correspondence, Abraham to Luba and children. — 1927-1928
M-8686-4 Correspondence, Calgary Properties. — 1972-1989. — 2000-6-33 (3)
M-8686-5 Correspondence, Income tax department. – 1961-1973. – 1024
M-8686-6 Correspondence, Luba and A.I. – 1918-1968. – Includes early personal papers.
M-8686-7 Correspondence, Minuetta and Ernest Borek. — 1934-1939
M-8686-8 Correspondence, Minuetta and Ernest Borek. — 1940-1944
M-8686-9 Correspondence, Minuetta Shumiatcher Borek. — 1944-1974
M-8686-10 Correspondence, Morris Shumiatcher. — 1928-1951. — 1024-11
M-8686-11 Correspondence, Morris Shumiatcher. — 1932-1949. – 1024
M-8686-12 Correspondence, Morris Shumiatcher. – 1937-1940
M-8686-13 Correspondence, Morris Shumiatcher. — 1941-1943
M-8686-14 Correspondence, Morris Shumiatcher. – 1944-1945. – 1024
M-8686-15 Correspondence, Morris Shumiatcher. – 1950-1951. – 1024
M-8686-16 Correspondence, Morris Shumiatcher. – 1952-1954. – 1024
M-8686-17 Correspondence, Morris and Jacqui Shumiatcher. — 1937-1973
M-8686-18 Correspondence, Morris and Jacqui Shumiatcher. — 1947-1987. – 1024
M-8686-19 Correspondence, Morris and Jacqui Shumiatcher. – 1948-1956. – 1024
M-8686-20 Correspondence, Morris and Jacqui Shumiatcher. – 1957-1958. — 1024
M-8686-21 Correspondence, retirement and A.I.’s financial affairs. — 1971-1972. — 2000-6-31
M-8686-22 Correspondence, Western Intelligence Bureau Ltd. Security Officers & Uniformed Guards. – 1973-1974. — 2000-6-31 (1)
M-8686-23 Jewish Directory. – 1969, n.d.
M-8686-24 Miscellaneous. – 1953, n.d.
M-8686-25 News clippings, Dr. M.C. Shumiatcher, “Rebrin Case”. — 1960. – 1024
M-8686-26 News clippings, Dr. M.C. Shumiatcher, Q.C. — 1949-1966. — 1024
M-8686-27 Passports (Abraham and Luba). -1941, 1943, 1962 ; cashbook. — 1944-1964, notebooks. – n.d.
M-8686-28 Persad, Mrs. Reanti D. — 1970-1972. – 1024
M-8686-29 Personal papers, A.I. Shumiatcher. – 1941-1974. – 1024
M-8686-30 Personal papers, Abraham and Luba. — 1890-1974. — 2000-6-35(2)
M-8686-31 [Personal papers]. – Abraham and Luba, Re: naturalization. – 1921-1938. — 1024
M-8686-32 [Personal papers].-Luba. – 1916, 1943-1972
M-8686-33 [Personal papers]. – Luba, “sayings and writings”. -1944-1974
M-8686-34 [Personal papers].-Minuetta Shumiatcher Borek. — 1930-1964
M-8686-35 [Personal papers]. – Morris Shumiatcher. — 1937-1942. — 1024
M-8686-36 [Personal papers]. – Morris Shumiatcher. — 1940-1965. — 1024-11
M-8686-37 Photographs. – 1909-1973
M-8686-38 Photographs. – 1926, 1950-1966
M-8686-39 Postcards. – 1930-1936
M-8686-40 Shumiatcher, A.I., estate of. – 1973-1980. — 2000-6-35
M-8686-41 Shumiatcher, A.I, “My Years in Russia: Some Memories”, Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol.II, No. 2. – 1970
M-8686-42 Shumiatcher, A.I., Re: Calgary Properties. — 1971-1987. — 2000-6-33
M-8686-43 Shumiatcher, A.I., Re: 1530 Northmount Drive N.W., Calgary, Alberta. — 1969-1975. — 2000-6-32
M-8686-44 Shumiatcher, A.I., Re: Listed Properties, Block Brothers Realty, Arthur Lee Agencies. — 1972-1973. — 2000-6-33 (a)
M-8686-45 Shumiatcher, Mrs. Luba, estate of. — 1973-1986.-Includes headstone rubbing. — 2000-6-36
M-8686-46 Shumiatcher, Mrs. Luba, Re: Probate. — 1974-1978. — 2000-6-38
M-8686-47 Tax returns. — 1937-1940
M-8686-48 Tax returns. – 1942-1957. – 1024
M-8686-49 Tax returns. –1958-1960
M-8686-50 Tax returns. — 1961-1963
M-8686-51 Tax returns. — 1964-1966
M-8686-52 Tax returns. — 1967-1969
M-8686-53 Tax returns. – 1970-1971
M-8686-54 Tax return. — 1972-1973. — 2000-6-35 (3)
M-8686-55 Tax return. — 1974. — 2000-6-35 (3)
M-8686-56 Tax return, estate of A.I. Shumiatcher. — 1975-1976
M-8686-57 Tax return, estate of Luba Shumiatcher. — 1973-1975

Series 13


Legal Client Files. – 1945-1987, predominant 1953-1968. – 1.20 m of textual records. Consists of client files from Abraham’s law practice. Includes documents on immigration, citizenship and claims against European governments for wartime compensation. Some documents in other languages including German, Russian, Polish and Yiddish. Some of the files have been restricted for a prescribed period in accordance with the legal principle of solicitor-client confidentiality. Originally arranged by client number.

M-8686-58 Guide to filing, n.d.
M-8686-59 Aboltins, Eduard. – 1960-1967. — 6695
M-8686-60 Ackland vs. Ackland. – 1964. -RESTRICTED UNTIL 2014. — 7128/2000-6-5
M-8686-61 Adrien, Orville. – 1967-1973. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2023. — 7158
M-8686-62 Alberta Western Beef Co. Ltd. -1961. – 2000-6-5
M-8686-63 Archer, Gerald C. vs. Nickolas N. Dyck and Jacob G. Dyck. – 1967-1969. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2019. –7526
M-8686-64 Befus, Katherine (Katie). – 1970. — RESTRICTED UNTIL 2020. – 2000-6-5.
M-8686-65 Barenholtz, Rabbi David. – 1968. — 3655/2000-6-5
M-8686-66 Berndl, Maria. – 1960. – 2000-6-5
M-8686-67 Bloemendaal, Shirley. 1962-1971. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2041. — 6449
M-8686-68 Bloemendaal, Shirley. 1964, 1970-1971. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2021. – 6449
M-8686-69 Bloemendaal, Shirley (now Tymchuk) Re: divorce action. Legal documents and fees paid in full to date. — 1964, 1966-1967, 1972, 1987. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2041. — 6449
M-8686-70 Blazowski, Sol. – 1963-1968. – 7036. – Includes personal documents from 1926-1927.
M-8686-71 Borysowski, Maria (Molly) and Borysowski, Isaak and Borysowski, Ida (his mother). – 1966-1968. – 7381. – Includes personal documents from 1959.
M-8686-72 Botka, Julius. — 1960, 1962, 1969. – 6225. – Includes personal documents from 1930.
M-8686-73 Brown, Peter William and Gertrude. – 1953. -2000-6-5.
M-8686-74 Buckley, Mary Gerarda. – 1948, 1953-1958. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2028. — 5436
M-8686-75 Bush, Lia. – 1964, 1972. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2014. — 7142/2000-6-5
M-8686-76 Butcher, John A. and the Bank of Nova Scotia. – 1968. — 7787/2000-6-5
M-8686-77 Carter and Carter. – 1965. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2035. — 7267/2000-6-5
M-8686-78 Chadwick to Reaseback. – 1965. — 3658/2000-6-5
M-8686-79 Chamberlain, Mrs. Ida J. — 1957-1958. — 2000-6-5
M-8686-80 Choquette, Alvena Jean. — 1966-1968.-RESTRICTED UNTIL 2038. — 7473
M-8686-81 Cohen, Miriam.– 1961.-RESTRICTED UNTIL 2031. –6278/2000-6-5
M-8686-82 Cote, Margaret. – 1966. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2016. – 2000-6-5
M-8686-83 Crawford, Cleo (wife of Clayton Johnson Crawford). -1967-1971. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2041. — 7668
M-8686-84 Delude, Frederick John and estate of Jean Ethel Weeks. – 1968. – 7724/2000-6-5
M-8686-85 Dorchik, Ben. — 1948-1962. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2012. — 6304
M-8686-86 Doria, James. — 1956. – 4876/2000-6-5
M-8686-87 Dreffke, Horst Carl. – 1958-1959. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2014. — 6251
M-8686-88 Dreffke, Horst Carl – 1960-1962. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2014. — 6251
M-8686-89 Dreffke, Horst Carl. – 1963-1964. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2014. – 6251
M-8686-90 Ducommun, L.L. and Ozark Drilling Co. Ltd. – 1954-1956. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2006. – 2000-6-5.
M-8686-91 Dyck, Nickolas N. and Dyck, Jacob G., Re: Calgary Power. – 1966-1970. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2020. — 7526
M-8686-92 Dyck, Nickolas N. and Dyck, Jacob G., Re: Mortgage loan regarding Farm Credit Corporation. – 1966-1967, 1982. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2017. — 7526
M-8686-93 Dyck, Nickolas N. and Dyck, Jacob G., Re: Royal Bank. – 1963-1968. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2018. — 7526
M-8686-94 Dyck, Nickolas N. and Dyck, Jacob G., Re: Statement of Claim – Frank Cook. – 1966-1968. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2018. –7526
M-8686-95 Dyck, Nickolas N. and Dyck, Jacob G., Re: Statement of Claim-George C. Bowness 7526. – 1966-1968. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2018. –7526
M-8686-96 Dyck, Nickolas N. and Dyck, Jacob G., Re: Statement of Claim-Harold J. Horn. – 1966-1968. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2018. — 7526
M-8686-97 Dyck, Nickolas N. and Dyck, Jacob G., Re: Willie R. Hildebrandt – 1966-1967. – RESTRICTED UNTIIL 2017. — 7526
M-8686-98 Eckstein, Oscar. – 1963-1964. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2014. – 2000-6-5
M-8686-99 Eglais, Janis. – 1965-1966. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2016. — 7334
M-8686-100 Feusi Case. — 1967. – 2000-6-5
M-8686-101 Ficaccio, Aurelio. – 1956. — 5810
M-8686-102 Fournier, Mr. Ronald. – 1956. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2006. – 5801/2000-6-5.
M-8686-103 Fusshoeller, Christa. Also Katharina Mueller – 1959-1966. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2016. — 6360
M-8686-104 Gerbholz, Hugo and Edith. – 1955, 1959. — 5710
M-8686-105 Glicman, Lili and Glicman, Abraham. – 1965-1968. – 7333. – Includes personal documents from 1959.
M-8686-106 Goszczurny, Franciszek (Frank). – 1948-1970. — 6743
M-8686-107 Gurevitch Estate, General Correspondence. – February – July 1956.-RESTRICTED UNTIL 2007. — 700-69-1.
M-8686-108 Gurevitch Estate, General Correspondence. – August 1956 – 1957. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2007. — 700-69-1.
M-8686-109 Gurevitch Estate, Re: Documents – General. – 1945-1957. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2007. — 700-69-1. – Also includes documents from 1927.
M-8686-110 Hankins, Herman, estate of. — 1948-1952. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2010. — 2000-6-3.
M-8686-111 Hankins, Herman, estate of. — 1953-1960. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2010. — 2000-6-3.
M-8686-112 Halahuric, John – 1955-1957. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2007. — 5640. – Includes personal documents from 1927.
M-8686-113 Hochman, Isak. – 1966 -1968. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2018. — 7424. – Includes personal documents from 1953.
M-8686-114 Hogan, James. – 1968. — 2000-6-5.
M-8686-115 Horvai, Janos (John). – 1965- 1966 . – 7278. – Includes personal documents from 1945, 1957.
M-8686-116 Howell, Donald. – 1965. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2035. — 6245/2000-6-5.
M-8686-117 Hrapekin, Anna. – 1955. – 5602. – Includes personal documents from 1951.
M-8686-118 Hughes, Robert Leslie. – 1954-1964. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2014. — 5510
M-8686-119 Jakula, Sophia. — 1963-1968. – 7040.
M-8686-120 J.B. Contractors Limited. – 1968. – 2000-6-5.
M-8686-121 Jobs, Reinhold vs. Jacob G. Dyck and Nickolas N. Dyck. – 1967-1968. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2018. — 7526
M-8686-122 Kapush, Jakim (Jack William), Re: his claim against the Government of Germany. – 1961-1966. – 6829-1
M-8686-123 Karpoff, Vera. – 1961. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2011. — 6739/2000-6-5
M-8686-124 Kasey, Zylpha, estate of.- 1965-1967. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2017. — 5992/2000-6-5
M-8686-125 Kish, Frank. – 1962, 1967. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2017. — 6232/6000-6-5
M-8686-126 Koch, Vern J. and Doris Helen. – 1953, 1957. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2007. — 4595
M-8686-127 Konowalski, Norbert Hans and Karola Melitta. – 1962-1965. – 6853-2
M-8686-128 Kussman, Hedwig and Kussman, Joseph (her son). – 1958-1959. – 6256. – Personal documents from 1948.
M-8686-129 Laptos, Josef. – 1957-1965. — 6110
M-8686-130 Lebedew, Simon and Anna. – 1964. — RESTRICTED UNTIL 2014. — 6175
M-8686-131 Leitz, Friedrich Wilhelm. – 1958-1968. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2038. — 6328
M-8686-132 Lyle Bros. vs. Annie Marek. – 1964. — 7087/2000-6-5
M-8686-133 MacMillan, Mrs. Lorraine. – 1967. – 7321/2000-6-5
M-8686-134 Majnaric, Ljerka (Helen). – 1966-1968. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2018. — 7527
M 80686/135 Malyx, Olga. – 1965. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2015. — 7235/2000-6-5
M-8686-136 Maryszczak, Eugeniusz. – 1964. – 6609/2000-6-5.
M-8686-137 Mastag, Ernst and Mastag, Anna. – 1964-1965. – 7191.
M-8686-138 McMurray, Dorothy. – 1964-1970. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2020. – 7666.
M-8686-139 McRobbie, J.C. – 1967. – 6356/2000-6-5.
M-8686-140 Miller, Adrienne v. Miller, Alfred Hans Gustave. – 1969-1972. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2042. — 5937.
M-8686-141 Mitchell, Charles William. – 1960-1965. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2015. – 5946
M-8686-142 Mitchell, Charles William. – 1966.- RESTRICTED UNTIL 2016. – 5946
M-8686-143 Mitchell, Charles William, Re: Joseph Balig and Cecil Sterling. – 1957-1958. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2008. — 5946
M-8686-144 Mitchell, James Allan. – 1962. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2012. — 5946
M-8686-145 Mitchell, William, Re: Sanitary Steam Cleaners and Painters – correspondence. – 1956-1960. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2010. – 5946
M-8686-146 Mitchell, William, Re: Sanitary Steam Cleaners and Painters – court documents. – 1956-1960. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2010. — 5946
M-8686-147 Mrowinski, Janina. -1954. – 5483. – Includes personal documents from 1938, 1949, 1953
M-8686-148 Papp, Mrs. Kathleen vs. Michael Papp. – 1956-1957. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2027. – 5804/2000-6-5
M-8686-149 Pejkovic, George. – 1967. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2037. — 7643
M-8686-150 Pelletier, Sally Mary. – 1967. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2017. — 7644/2000-6-5
M-8686-151 Poffenroth, Peter. – 1953-1954, 1966. – 5427. – Includes personal documents from 1912.
M-8686-152 Ritchie, Mrs. Kay Frances. – 1958-1959, 1967-1971. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2041. – 6228.
M-8686-153 Ritchie, Mrs, Kay Frances, Re: Clarke and Clarke vs. Ritchie and Ritchie. – 1959, 1960, 1962. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2032. – 6228.
M-8686-154 Romanchuk, Peter (Estate of) and Romanchuk, Annie. – 1963-1964. — 5098
M-8686-155 Ruoho, Dorothy Opal vs. Ruoho, Andy Sulo Allen. – 1961-1962. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2032. – 6646/2000-6-5.
M-8686-156 Savjord, Elsie Maud. – 1962-1963. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2033. – 6874. – Includes personal documents from 1947
M-8686-157 Schaefer vs. Meyer, Gauley et al. – 1965. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2015. — 7106/2000-6-5
M-8686-158 Schmold, Eunice Eulale. 1966, 1970. — 7399
M-8686-159 Schneider, Anna vs. estate of George Schneider. – 1963, 1968 – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2013. — 6751/2000-6-5.
M-8686-160 Schneider, Willi. – 1955, 1958. — 6189
M-8686-161 Schroeder, Hans Rudolf. – 1956-1957. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2027. – Includes personal documents from 1952.
M-8686-162 Schwartz, Eugene. – 1965-1969. — 5735-2.
M-8686-163 Schwartz, Samuel. – 1969-1971. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2021. – 6703-B
M-8686-164 Scott, Walter W. – 1964-64. – 2000-6-5
M-8686-165 Semigran, M. – 1965-1968. – 7363
M-8686-166 Skaar, Miss Marion. – 1957-1959. – 5624
M-8686-167 Skaar, Otto Ferdinand and Skaar, Marjorie. – 1950-1965. RESTRICTED UNTIL 2015. — 5624
M-8686-168 Skaar, Otto Ferdinand and Skaar, Marjorie. – 1951, 1955-1958.-RESTRICTED UNTIL 2008. – 5624
M-8686-169 Slusarski, Piotor. – 1954. — 5552
M-8686-170 Soldier Settlement & Veteran’s Land Act and Mrs. Amalie Nickel. – 1959-1960. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2010. – 5762/2000-6-5
M-8686-171 Stahlberg, Inge Elfrie de Herta. – 1961?. – 6810. – Includes personal documents from 1957.
M-8686-172 Steinberg, Joseph. – 1965-1969. – 7374.
M-8686-173 Syrowatko, Jurij. – 1948-1949. – 2000-6-5
M-8686-174 Taylor, William M. – 1954-1965. — RESTRICTED UNTIL 2015. – 5490.
M-8686-175 Van Keimpema, Gerben. – 1962-1968, 1988. – 6025.
M-8686-176 Van Keimpema, Gerban and Bloemendaal, Shirley (his daughter) re: 1040 Raynard Crescent, Calgary, Alberta. 1967-1970. – 6025
M-8686-177 Van Keimpema, Gerben and Wytske. – 1969. – 6025a
M-8686-178 Van Keimpema, Jacob. – 1969. – 6025b
M-8686-179 Von Pohlreich, Emile Jakob. – 1967-1968. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2038. — 7703
M-8686-180 Whalen, Arthur James. – 1949-1955. – RESTRICTED UNTIL 2005. — 5570
M-8686-181 White, Ernest George. – 1949, 1966-1967. — 7476
M-8686-182 Yakowchic, Fred. – 1955. – 5646. – Includes personal document from 1913.
M-9217 Unprocessed records: inventories of legal files, certificate (oversize) and miscellany. — [ca. 1955-1975]. — 12.5 cm of textual records. — Note: This material is has not been catalogued. Please consult Archivist before requesting. [accession 2007.046 and 2010.003]
Series 14

Photographs. – 1914-1968


Some of the photographs have been scanned. View now.

PA-2043 Interior views of the House of Jacob prior to demolition; military group. – 8 photographs
PA-2957 Shumiatcher family, activities, wedding, at synagogue; views of the House of Israel, House of Jacob and various dwellings. – 1914-1963. – 32 photographs
PB-446 Portrait of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of Israel. – 1948. – 1 photograph
PB-614 Shumiatcher family; testimonial dinner; Governor-General Roland Mitchener with A.I. Sumiatcher. – 3 photographs
PB-955 Delegates of the Canadian Bar Association at their 23rd annual meeting, Vancouver. – August 1938. – 1 photograph. – Both A.I. Shumiatcher and Luba Shumiatcher are in this group shot.
NA-3493 Ruth and Harry Cohen on 8th Avenue, Calgary; group at B’nai B’rith dinner. – 1942 and 1967. – 2 photographs
NA-3886 Sam Hector; signing over of the House of Jacob property to the City of Calgary. – 1930s and 1968. – 2 photographs
NA-5151 Portrait of A.I. Shumiatcher. – 1 photograph