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CA JPL-A 1447-[1] · File · 1959-1995
Part of Louis Muhlstock Fonds

File contains invitations to exhibitions and award ceremonies featuring the work of Louis Mulhstock, the file also contains and invitation to an exhibition of artist Rachel Muhlstock, Louis Muhlstock's niece. The file consists of seven invitations to gallery exhibitions featuring the work of Louis Muhlstock. The file also has two invitations to award ceremonies celebrating Muhlstock.

Louis Muhlstock Fonds
CA JPL-A 1447 · Fonds · 1977-2001

Fonds consists of 5 folders of material, mainly ephemera and press clippings. Clippings consist of magazine and newpaper articles which report on Muhlstock's life and work, including his passing. Other material include pamphlets, invitations and other ephemera from Muhlstock's exhibits.

Muhlstock, Louis, 1904-2001
Samuel Lapitsky Fonds
CA JPL-A 1052 · Fonds · 1938 - 1965

The fonds contains materials pertaining to Samuel Lapitsky's life, with an emphasis on his relationship to the Jewish Public Library. This includes records surrounding a dinner honouring Lapitsky at the Jewish Public Library in 1955, in the form of newspaper announcements, telegrams, photographs, dedications, and programs. Likewise, photographs of and programs for the Samuel Lapitsky Collection exhibition of paintings at the Jewish Public Library in 1956 are contained in the fonds. A number of other certificates and dedications acknowledging Lapitsky's support can be found in the fonds, as well as information pertaining to the Samuel Lapitsky Scholarship at McGill University.

Some personal records, including portraits of Samuel Lapitsky, family members, and classmates, as well as Lapitsky's and his wife Rose's passports and registration, can be found in the fonds. Finally, a series of photographs (and copies of photographs) from Itzik Feffer and Solomon Mikhoels' visit to North America with the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee are also included.

Lapitsky, Samuel, 1884-