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Simon Abraham Goldberg [textual record]. 

Date(s)

1940-1973

Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

16.0 m of textual records

Scope and content

Sub-series consists of records reflecting Simon Abraham Goldberg's various positions within the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, including the Research and Development Division and the Integration Division. Included are papers from other members of Statistics Canada staff, including Robert Hamilton Coats, and Herbert Marshall; information from/on various Statistics Canada divisions; estimates and program review; conferences, including the International Statistical Institute, British Commonwealth Statistics Conference; and the census.

Textual records
90: Open
Volume
from 1439 to 1515
from 1561 to 1564
90: Open
Archival reference no.
Former archival reference no.

Terms of use

Copyright belongs to the Crown.

Textual records Finding aid 31-13 is a typed file list. 31-13 90 (Paper)

Biography / Administrative history

Simon Abraham Goldberg joined the Dominion Bureau of Statistics at the end of the second world war as a National Income Statistician. In 1950, he became Director of the Research and Development Division and in 1954 the Assistant Dominion Statistician, Integration. In 1967, Goldberg's role changed slightly as he became Assistant Dominion Statistician, Integration and Development Staff. He served in this role until 1972, when he became the Director of the United Nations Statistical Office. RG 31 General Inventory; Statistics Canada Annual Reports; David A Worton, The Dominion Bureau of Statistics: A history of Canada's Central Statistics Office and its antecedents, 1841-1972".

Additional information

Source of title
Title is based on the contents of the sub-series.

Accruals
No further accruals are expected.

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