- (1885-1940)Canadian Zionist, the wife of Archibald Jacob Freiman. She headed the Canadian Hadassah (1919-40).
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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FREIMAN — FREIMAN, Canadian family. MOSES BILSKY (1831–1923) was a Canadian pioneer figure and an ancestor of the Freiman family by way of his daughter Lillian. He was born in Kovno and at the age of 14 went to Montreal with his father, moving to Ottawa in … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Freiman Family — (20th century) Canadian Zionist leaders. Archibald Jacob (1880–1944). In the Emek Hefer, on the coastal plain between Tel Aviv and Haifa, the two adjoining villages of Beitan Aharon and Havatselet haSharon are named after A.J.Freiman and his… … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
Moses Bilsky — Born 10 December 1829(1829 12 10) Kovno (Kaunas, Lithuania) Died 4 January 1923(1923 01 04) (aged 93) Ottawa, Ontario Known for merchant and comm … Wikipedia
CANADA — CANADA, country in northern half of North America and a member of the British Commonwealth. At the beginning of the 21st century, its population of approximately 370,000 Jews made it the world s fourth largest Jewish community after the United… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
OTTAWA — OTTAWA, city in the province of Ontario and capital of Canada, situated at the junction of the Ottawa and Rideau rivers. Settled in the early 1800s, Ottawa was originally called Bytown (1826) after Colonel John By, who supervised the building of… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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WYLER, WILLIAM — (1902–1981), U.S. film director and producer. Born in Mulhouse, Alsace, Wyler emigrated to the United States in 1920 with his uncle, carl laemmle , head of Universal Pictures. In 1925 he directed the first of 50 two reel Westerns, starting his… … Encyclopedia of Judaism