Fonds P0068 - Harriet Eisenkraft fonds

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Harriet Eisenkraft fonds

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  • Sound recording

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P0068

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  • April 2009 (Creation)
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    Eisenkraft, Harriet

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16 sound recordings

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([19--]-)

Biographical history

Harriet Eisenkraft is a journalist and editor. She studied at the University of Toronto and at Ryerson University. She is married to Gary Klein, and they have two children, Elise and Daniel. She is involved in several non-profit organizations and charities, like Axis Music and Dancing with Parkinson. Eisenkraft was deeply involved in the administration and the building up of the Jewish congregation Shir Libeynu, Toronto, Ontario, since 2000, and had been a board member and served as Vice President of the congregation since 2007. From 2012 to 2014 Eisenkraft was president of the congregation.

Custodial history

The fonds was transferred from Concordia University's Records Management and Archives Department to Concordia University Libraries' Special Collections April 20, 2016 and May 10, 2016.

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The fonds consists of interviews conducted by Harriet Eisenkraft.

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Draft

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Partial

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