This series documents the first four decades of J.I. Glick's life, before he and Sadie Glick moved to Yellowknife. Records relate to his involvement in the mining and fur trade in Ontario, his trials and incarceration, correspondence, World War II service records, return to civilian life and preparation to move to Yellowknife.Glick, Jacob Isaac
Series contains the records of Lizel Holdings, a holdings company, and Yellowknife Tog Shop Ltd., including documentation of the construction of a department store building at 50th Avenue and 50th Street in Yellowknife (5002-5006 Franklin Avenue). This building opened in 1968 and housed the new Yellowknife Radio store as well as The Tog Shop clothing store. Both J.I. Glick and Harold Glick were Directors of Lizel Holdings, while Harold Glick, Zelda Glick and Elizabeth Maybroda were the Directors of the Tog Shop Ltd., which was incorporated in 1966. J.I. Glick was the mortgagee for the Tog Shop Ltd.
Series also includes some records relating to the design of La Gondola restaurant.Glick, Jacob Isaac
Records include J.I. Glick's personal correspondence, political correspondence and ephemera, and passports. Also included are recordings of radio programs on topics of interest to Glick, namely Northern issues and the Progressive Conservative party.Glick, Jacob Isaac
Series contains financial records and correspondence regarding Premier Electrical (Yellowknife) Ltd., a company offering electrical repairs and installations. In 1969 J.I. Glick became a director of the company, which had been incorporated in 1967 and was in operation through the 1970s.Glick, Jacob Isaac
This series contains records arising from J.I. Glick's involvement with local governance in Yellowknife, both as a resident and as a member of the Yellowknife Ratepayers Association and the Town Council. Records include reports submitted to Yellowknife Town Council Meetings (meetings of the Yellowknife Ratepayers Association), meeting minutes, meeting recordings, speaking notes, and correspondence between J.I. Glick and Plains Western Gas and Electric company. The records document a dispute between the Gold Range Hotel Ltd. and Plains Western Gas and Electric Company regarding rates, which Glick brought before the courts and before the Town Council. The records also document a second dispute between J.I. Glick and the Town Council regarding property acquisition through tax sales, including the lots for the Gold Range Hotel.Glick, Jacob Isaac
The series documents J.I. Glick's Yellowknife real estate business, Central Real Estate, as well as the Gold Range Hotel, which was an asset of Central Real Estate. The property records include records predating formal incorporation of Central Real Estate in 1953. Glick was the first manager of the Gold Range Hotel from 1958-1966, when he and his wife Sadie Glick sold their shares.Glick, Jacob Isaac
The series documents J.I. Glick's finances, namely through tax returns and financial ledgers, for his various business and real estate interests in Yellowknife. The financial ledgers include both personal and business accounts, and the tax returns include balance sheets for Central Real Estate and the Gold Range Hotel.Glick, Jacob Isaac