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Article manuscripts and correspondence with the Jewish Chronicle and Keneder Adler (1934-1937)

Contains manuscripts of articles written by Irene R. Wolff for the Jewish Daily Eagle (Keneder Adler) and Jewish Chronicle, interspersed with correspondence with those publications. Subjects covered include antisemitism in Canada, Isaac de la Penha, various conferences, and deaths and inaugurations of prominent figures. Contains one newspaper clipping.

Dreyfus Collection

  • CA JPL-A 1318
  • Fonds
  • 1898-1914 [predominant 1903-1908]

The Dreyfus Collection contains material related to the Dreyfus Affair, specifically the publicity and commentary surrounding the trial. It consists of a collection of editorial cartoons, newspaper clippings, broadsides, photographs and drawings. The content represents both positions in support and against Alfred Dreyfus, some of which are explicitly antisemitic. The collection of postcards contains political cartoons and caricatures that were circulating at the time. Similarly, some of the posters represent the trial in a political manner. Newspaper clippings from the period are also included in the collection.

Dreyfus, Alfred, 1859-1935

Irene R. Wolff

  • CA JPL-A 1049
  • Fonds
  • 1923 - 1939

The fonds contains many manuscripts of articles written by Irene R. Wolff for the Jewish Guardian, the Jewish Daily Eagle (Keneder Adler), and the Jewish Chronicle, which cover subjects like antisemitism in Canada, Jewish women's groups, Jewish education in Quebec and Canada, deaths and inaugurations of prominent figures, and conventions. Correspondence pertaining to her work with the various publications can also be found in the fonds, as well as a book compiled by Irene Wolff's daughter, Rosetta Wolff Elkin, containing passages of Irene Wolff's diary and photocopies of her photographs.

Additionally, a spiral-bound biography of Irene Wolff's life can be found in the fonds.

Wolff, Irene R., 1885-1940

Personal and professional correspondence

Contains correspondence with banks, the Jewish Chronicle, Canadian Jewish Congress, amongst others, mostly pertaining to work, Jewish education for children in Quebec, antisemitism, and Jewish immigration.

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