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Colouring Pages from the OJA

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August 18, 2020

The Ontario Jewish Archives has over 100,000 photographs documenting Jewish life in the province. OJA Archivist Kara Isozaki selected some of her favourites to create a series of fun downloadable colouring pages. Choose one to colour and share back your masterpiece on the OJA’s Facebook page.

Image credits:

Based on F. Goldstien Butcher Shop, 231 Augusta Avenue, 16 May 1959, Gordon Mendy fonds. Ontario Jewish Archives, series 2, item 1.

Based on Metro Theatre (Toronto), [1938?], Harold S. Kaplan fonds. Ontario Jewish Archives, series 1, file 13.

Based on a Mothers’ and Babes’ Summer Rest Home camper cabin at the Tollandale location, [ca. 1941]. Ontario Jewish Archives, Dora Till fonds, series 1-7, file 3, item 1.

Based on Brunswick Avenue building, [ca. 1960]-1963, Jewish Community Centre of Toronto fonds. Ontario Jewish Archives, series 2-2, file 44, item 2.

Based on a Mothers’ and Babes’ Summer Rest Home camper cabin at the Tollandale location, [ca. 1941]. Ontario Jewish Archives, Dora Till fonds, series 1-7, file 3, item 1.

Based on Brunswick Avenue building, [ca. 1960]-1963, Jewish Community Centre of Toronto fonds. Ontario Jewish Archives, series 2-2, file 44, item 2.

Based on Primrose Club exterior, [194-], Dora Till fonds. Ontario Jewish Archives, series 7, item 1.

Based on S. Gryfe & Sons Crown Bakery, 319 Augusta Ave., Toronto, [between 1933 and 1937], Moishe Gryfe. Ontario Jewish Archives, accession 1989-2-6, item 4521.

Based on S. Gryfe & Sons Crown Bakery, 319 Augusta Ave., Toronto, [between 1933 and 1937], Moishe Gryfe. Ontario Jewish Archives, accession 1989-2-6, item 4521.

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