2 edition of Lillian and Archie Freiman found in the catalog.
Lillian and Archie Freiman
|Statement||by Bernard Figler ; forewords by Vera Weizmann, Michael Garber.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||331|
Lillian Bilsky Freiman Best known in her native Canada for mobilizing aid for soldiers and veterans, Lillian Bilsky Freiman was also instrumental in raising funds for the new State of Israel. Freiman married department store founder Archibald Freiman at age eighteen and led a quiet life until spurred into action by WWI. Arčibaldas Džeikobas Freimanas (angl. Archibald Jacob Freiman) ( m. birželio 6 d. Virbalyje, Rusijos imperijoje – m. birželio 4 d. Otavoje, Kanada) – Lietuvos žydų kilmės Kanados verslininkas ir rašytojo Bernard Figler Freimanas buvo įtakingiausias savo kartos Kanados žydas.. Biografija. Gimė m. birželio 6 d. Gimė: m. birželio 6 d., Virbalis, Rusijos imperija.
Moses Bilsky (10 December – 4 January ) was a Canadian merchant and community leader who was believed to be the first Jewish settler in Ottawa, Ontario. Moses Bilsky. Born 10 December Kovno, Lithuania. Died: 4 January Born: 10 December , Kovno, Lithuania. FREIMAN. FREIMAN, Canadian family. moses bilsky (–) was a Canadian pioneer figure and an ancestor of the Freiman family by way of his daughter was born in Kovno and at the age of 14 went to Montreal with his father, moving to Ottawa in In the years –67 he traveled throughout North and Central America, going to the Caribou gold fields in .
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The first Canadian poppies were made in in Lillian Freiman's living room here in Ottawa at Somerset St., writes Betsy Rigal, who is Freiman's granddaughter. A picture of Archie and Lillian.
The former home of A.J. and Lillian Freiman on Somerset Street is about to receive a plaque commemorating Lillian Freiman's work on the behalf of veterans and the Canadian Jewish : Kelly Egan. Figler, Barnard (), Lillian and Archie Freiman Biographies, Montreal: The Northern Printing and Lithographing Co.
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gruodžio 10 d., Kaunas, Rusijos imperija. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Figler, Bernard.
Lillian and Archie Freiman. Montreal: B. Figler,© (OCoLC) Named Person. Unquestionably the most prominent Jewish woman in Canada in the interwar period, Lillian Freiman was born in Mattawa, Ontario, one of the eleven children of Moses Bilsky (–) and his wife, Pauline (née Reich, b.
Berlin,m. From World War I until their death, the couple spearheaded Canadian Zionism, he as president of the Zionist Organization of Canada.
Lillian Bilsky Freiman OBE ( – November 2, ), nicknamed The Poppy Lady, was a Jewish-Canadian philanthropist, and Zionist. Inshe was designated a Person of National Historic Significance by the Canadian Government for being "a gifted organizer and philanthropist who worked to improve the health and welfare of her fellow citizens.".
Genre/Form: Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Figler, Bernard. Lillian and Archie Freiman. Montreal, Printed by the Northern Print. and. Lillian and Archie Freiman Biographies. Montréal: The Author, [c]. Call Number: Ff Freiman, Lawrence.
Don’t Fall Off the Rocking Horse: An Autobiography. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, p. Call Number: F Hendrickson, Robert. The Grand Emporiums: The Illustrated History of America’s Great Department Stores. Lillian and Archie Freiman, Biographies, Northern Printing and Lithography Co.: Montreal.
Freiman, Lawrence, Don’t Fall Off The Rocking Horse: An Autobiography of Lawrence Freiman, McClellan and Stewart: Toronto. Ottawa Citizen (The), “Bay buying Freiman’s Company offering $6/shr.” 24 November.
————————- He is also remembered alongside his wife, Lillian Freiman, who in her own right was an utterly amazing woman who deserves her own write-up. Freiman's continued to run as a family owned business until when it was sold to The Hudson's Bay Co., which itself was eventually sold several times starting in Title: Ottawa jewish bulletin 05 16, Author: The Ottawa Jewish Bulletin, Name: Ottawa jewish bulletin 05 16, Length: 28 pages, Page: 9, Published: Issuu company logo Issuu.
24 November The A. Freiman Department Store was an Ottawa retailing institution that dated back to the end of the nineteenth century. Its founder was Archibald (Archie) Jacob Freiman who had immigrated to Canada as a child with his family in the late 19 th century from Lithuania.
Coming to Ottawa from Hamilton inthe nineteen-year old Freiman and. Archibald and Lillian Freiman family fonds General material designation. Parallel title.
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Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. who have written the most books on this subject. Bernard Figler, 2 books. Lists. watch for edits. Bernard Figler, Lillian and Archie Freiman: Biographies (Montreal: Northern Printing and Lithographing, ), p.
Figler, Lillian and Archie Freiman, p. Widely discussed, including by OCAP’s John Clarke in his “Social Resistance and the Disturbing of the Peace,” Osgoode Hall Law Journal (Vol.
41, Nos 2 & 3), p. Lillian and Archie Freiman 2 editions - first published in Rabbi Dr. Herman Abramowitz, Lazarus Cohen, Lyon Cohen 1 edition - first published in Hannaniah Meir Caiserman; a biography 1 edition - first published in (Hardcover) Very good, no dust jacket.
pp. Frontispiece, bibliography. There is a previous owner's bookplate on the front endpaper and tape marks on front and back endpapers. Biography of Archie Freiman & Lillian Freiman.
Foreword by Michael Garber & Vera Weizmann. (Canada, Jewish History, Zionism). Seller Inventory # Lillian Freiman lived in France for several years and had an exhibition of her works in the Salon d'Automne in Paris.
Later she made her home in New York City. Her work is represented in collections in England, France, Canada and the United States.