To Fonds Description
Robinson, David Alkin
David Alkin Robinson fonds
F.1 Art Gallery of Hamilton includes rough drafts and copies of speeches,
meetings, letters, etc. 1956-1963.
F.2 Big Brothers Association includes letters, notices of meetings, speeches,
etc. for 1931-1964; also undated reports and surveys.
F.3 B'nai B'rith copies of letters, programs, reports and speeches, 1931-1937.
F.4 Burlington Beach Citizens' Committee posters, notices, speeches, etc.
concerning this committee.
F.5 Canadian Club of Hamilton letters and speeches of introduction 1959-1966.
F.6 City of Hamilton Committee of Adjustment memorandum, rules of procedure,
applications, letters, etc. 1952-1957.
F.7 Estate Planners Council (founded in 1962) speeches, memorandum, list
of members of the council
F.8 Hamilton Association for the Advancement of Literature, Science and
Art speeches of introduction, letters, etc. including speech by Robinson
"The Law and the Lawyer in Literature" given October 7, 1944.
F.9 Hamilton Board of Education speeches, committee notes, financial reports,
legal reports, and letters covering 1938-1965; includes folder "The history
and romance of education" by L.T. Spalding, Sec.-Treasurer, Hamilton Board
F.10 Hamilton Lawyers' Club programmes, letters, constitution, speeches
of introduction, 1945-1969.
F.11 Hamilton-Wentworth Progressive Conservative Association speeches,
programmes, letters, 1947-1955.
F.12 Head-of-the-Lake Historical Society letter, notice, and draft of
speech by Robinson, "The County Court of the County of Wentworth"
F.13 MacDonald Club of Hamilton letters, proceedings, resolutions, 1933-1935.
F.14 United Nations Association letters and speeches, 1948-1950.
F.15 Women's Progressive Conservative Association of Hamilton 1961-1964;
includes speech "Life and Times of Sir John A. MacDonald"
F.1-2 Lectures and speeches by Robinson on Judaism.
F.3 "Jewish contribution to the law" draft of speech given by Robinson.
F.4 Law--various speeches concerning law and lawyers.
F.5 "Laws affecting women," "Are women persons?", "Should women serve
on juries?"drafts of speeches.
F.6 Political speeches, letters and campaigns. includes campaign for alderman
1951, letters to the editor of the Hamilton Spectator concerning political
topics, drafts of political speeches.
F.7 Temple Anshe Sholom. programmes, speeches, and letters showing Robinson's
active involvement in the life of the temple. Includes a great deal of
material on the Temple Breakfast Club, and the Religious School.
F.8 Miscellaneous clippings, letters, research on wills, poems, unidentified