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A. Cadoux fonds

  • PAA paa-7605
  • Fonds
  • 1921-1923

The fonds consists of a small book of announcements.

Cadoux, A.

A. W. Tozer fonds

  • auc auc-1
  • Fonds
  • 1908-1983, predominant 1958-1963

The fonds consists of correspondence and manuscripts generated by Tozer during his Toronto pastorate as well as selected writings, correspondence, and biographical materials that were evidently assembled by Anita M. Bailey for the use of Tozer's biographer, David J. Fant. The material has been maintained in its original order. Records are arranged in series as follows: correspondence, writings, memorials, administrative documents, other.

Tozer, A.W.

A.S. Cummings fonds

  • PAA paa-7156
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1975

Fonds consists of reminiscences written by A.S. Cummings entitled Slow Train to the Foothills, 1910, The Yellowhead Pass, 1911, and Life at Mannville, Alberta 1908-1909. Fonds also includes a copied newspaper clipping from the Christian Guardian containing an article written by A.S. Cummings dated 1910, and an oral history given by A.S. Cummings to Frontier College in 1975.

Cummings, A.S.

Abe Cristall collection

  • JHSE jhse-9
  • Collection
  • 1963- 1999

The collection consists of materials related to the life of Abe Cristall and dates from 1963- 1999. The collection consists of a biography of Abe Cristall written by Tony Cashman (1963); an article about Abe Cristall photocopied from the Edmonton Journal (1999); and three reproductions of photographs of Abe Cristall (ca. 1993).

Cristall, Abe

Abraham Goldberg fonds

  • JHSE jhse-134
  • Fonds
  • 1998 - 2002

The fonds consists of materials collected and created by Abraham Goldberg and JAHSENA from 1998-2002, including an autobiography, a Negev dinner program and photographs, as well as an autobiographical book by Mr. Goldberg.

Goldberg, Abraham

Abraham I. Fratkin collection

  • JHSE jhse-180
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1928]-1946

Collection consists of photocopied photographs depicting Abraham I. Fratkin with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and his own orchestra, A. Fratkin and his Famous Capitoliens. Collection also includes a letter written by Abraham I. Fratkin and a synopsis of an oral history held at the Provincial Archives of Alberta. Materials date from [ca. 1928]-1946.

Fratkin, Abraham I.

Abraham Shnitka fonds

  • JHSE jhse-64
  • Fonds
  • 1910- 1959

The fonds consists of materials created by Abraham Shnitka of Calgary from 1910- 1959. The fonds consists of these series: 1. Franklin Press (ca. 1915- ca.1935). The series consists of pamphlets, handbills, publications and other materials published by or relating to Franklin Press. Most of the materials relate to meetings of Jewish and Zionist Organizations in Western Canada. 2. King's (Queen's) Printer (1935- 1957) The series consists of publications, brochures and other materials related to Abraham Shnitka's operations of the King's Printers' of Alberta. 3. Miscellaneous (1910- 1959) The series consists of correspondence, photographs, and other materials.

Shnitka, Abraham

Adler family fonds

  • JHSE jhse-100
  • Fonds
  • [192-?]- 1976

The fonds consists of materials created by the Adler family of Vegreville and Edmonton, Alberta from ca. 192-? -- 1976. The fonds consists of family photographs, photographs of the old Vegreville Synagogue, Talmud Torah Graduation photographs, Young Judea, University of Alberta Alumni Association, and Talmud Torah; correspondence; and other materials related to the Adler family. Much of the material is related to Bernie and Eli Adler's involvement in local and national Jewish organizations and the alumni association of the University of Alberta. Ther is also a VHS videocassette containing footage of the old Vegreville synagogue.

Adler (family)

Agnes Comfort fonds

  • RED red-3089
  • Fonds
  • 1918-1986

The fonds consists of personal papers of Agnes Comfort, including correspondence, scrapbooks and newspaper clippings; records of her teaching career including lesson plans, textbooks, examination papers pertaining to the Canadian Nazarene College and River Glen School; and records relating to personal interests such as the Canadian Women's Christian Temperance Union, women's institutes, and the Church of the Nazarene. Includes records of her father, John H. Comfort, and her sister, Mary Reist.

Comfort, Agnes

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