David Siegel papers
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The David Siegel papers document Siegel’s time working for the Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC), serving as a liaison to the Canadian immigration department, assisting with Jewish displaced persons from 1948-1949. Included in the records are documents from Siegel’s time with the CJC, such as his diary, address book, and travel documents. In addition, a photograph album documents Siegel’s travels across Europe. The biography series contains Siegel’s reflections on his time with the CJC, both in written responses to questions via mail, and an historical narrative that Siegel gave that broke down his day-to-day activities with the CJC. Also included are personal items that Siegel kept, including some event programs and news clippings concerning displaced persons after World War II.
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