Steve S. Goldberg papers
Collection contains two naturalization certificates issued by Canada to Frimet Goldberg and Leon Goldberg in 1935-1936.
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Also in Steve S. Goldberg collection
Contains materials documenting the Holocaust-era experiences of the family of Steve S. Goldberg. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The Steven S. Goldberg collection consists of biographical information of the Goldberg family for "census" purposes, 1930; a Military Army identification card issued to donor's father, undated; donor's parents' marriage certificate, 1919; certificate for emigration purposes stating that donor's father was a furrier, 1930; handwritten Yiddish letter from donor's maternal grandfather, circa 1938; handwritten Polish letter from Sonia, a maternal cousin, stating that she would like to join the family in Canada, 1938; four pages of correspondence from Adolph, a maternal uncle in New York; Steve Goldberg’s original birth certificate issued in 1930 for emigration purposes; notification to donor's family regarding their emigration to Canada, 1930; Military Army Reserve identification card issued to donor's father, 1924; and two original passports issued to donor's parents (photographs removed by donor) in order to emigrate to Canada, 1930.