Fonds jhse-177 - Helen Dlin fonds

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Helen Dlin fonds

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JHSE jhse-177

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  • [193-?]-1999 (Creation)
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    Dlin, Helen

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4 p. of textual records. -- 1 photograph

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Helen Srolovitz (later Sanders) married Saul Dlin and together they had three children, Arnie, Elliott and Bonnie. The Dlin family lived in Edmonton, Alberta where both Helen and Saul Dlin were active in the Jewish community. Helen Dlin was active in the Citizenship Council, the Winnifred Stewart School for Retarded Children, the United Community fund, the Edmonton Heart Fund, Edmonton Talmud Torah School Mother's Auxiliary, and Hadassah-WIZO Edmonton Council. She was also elected president of the Canadian Zionist Federation Edmonton Council in 1972. Her husband was also a member of the Canadian Zionist Federation Edmonton Council in 1972, and was active in the Chevra Kadisha, the Edmonton Talmud Torah School, State of Israel Bonds, and United Jewish Appeal. He was also a Negev Dinner honouree in 1961.

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The fonds consists of materials collected and created from [ca. 193?]-1999, including information about the Zionist Council in Edmonton, Alberta provided by Helen Dlin, and newspaper clippings about Helen and Saul Dlin. Fonds also includes a copied photograph dating [193-?] depicting the Dlin family.

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Helen Dlin deposited these records in JAHSENA in 1999.

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  • The material is in English.

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There are no restrictions on access. Subject to The Copyright Act.

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Oral histories by Helen and Saul Dlin can be found in the JAHSENA Oral History Project fonds.

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The newspaper clippings have been photocopied for preservation purposes. Information for the biographical sketch was taken from the records and from <em>The First Century of Jewish Life in Edmonton and Northern Alberta</em>.<br><br>Record No. DLI.99.1<br><br>

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