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Ontario’s Small Jewish Communities

An online project by the OJA including original historic text, photographs, audio and video clips, archival documents, maps and architectural plans.

Type of Exhibition: Heritage, History, Toronto

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In November 2009, the Ontario Jewish Archives launched Ontario’s Small Jewish Communities, an extraordinary online project including approximately 250 pages of original historic text, over 500 photographs, 109 audio and video clips, 94 archival documents and 18 maps and architectural plans. It also includes hypertext links to pertinent web sites, a number of slideshows, and finally, pop up screens of the digitized items that are featured on the site.

This online exhibition remains a very popular resource for people researching Jewish life around the province of Ontario.

The project was made possible by a grant received in 2005 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The initiative involved partnerships with the Regional Jewish Communities of Ontario (RJCO) and the Ontario Historical Society (OHS). In turn, further partnerships were sought out and secured with local heritage organizations, synagogues, community organizations and individuals. In all, there were 15 staff and contract workers and close to 200 partners and donors involved in creating this virtual exhibit.

To view the online exhibition please click here. (new window will open)

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date:

May 11, 2009

End Date:

May 10, 2021

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