Synagogues

Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
L.15021

Black and white photograph depicts a group of people watching a man in a hard hat using a hammer on the exterior wall of a building.

Date: 
[1980]
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
L.15019

Black and white photograph depicts an early view of Congregation Emanu-El (as it is now called) showing boardwalk and iron fence.

Date: 
[1910]
Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.14320

B & W print.

Date: 
1965
Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.14273

Just before the new Schara Tzedeck Chapel (3642 West Broadway) was officially opened, the people who participated in the ceremonies posed for camera. From left to right are: Mrs. Paula Fouks (white coat), Rebbetzin Ginsberg (black coat), Rabbi Ch. B. Ginsberg (kippah), Mr. I.J. Klein (white hat), Mrs. I.J. Klein (who officially opened the door), Rabbi David C. Kogen, Cantor David Reznik, Rabbi Leon M. Mozeson, Mrs. Jaffe, Mr. J.B. Jaffe (who was chairman of the opening ceremonies), Mr.

Date: 
June 1951
Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.14266

Two copies: 6" x 4" (scanned) and 5 3/4" x 4." Written on verso of 6" x 4": "Felstein." B & W prints.

Date: 
1948
Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.14316

6 contact prints on 5" x 8" sheet: L.14313-L.14318. B & W print.

Date: 
1965
Posted by jhsadmin
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Mini-doc on British Columbia's Jewish community, dating from 1858. The election of Canada's first Jewish MLA, MP and Premier all took place in BC. Victoria's Temple Emmanuel, opened in 1863, is Canada's oldest continuously-operating synagogue.

Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.14432

Written on verso: "Nov. 2/78." Colour print.

Date: 
1978
Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.14136

Synagogue interior includes seating, menorahs, and large number "6" on the wall." Colour print.

Date: 
1990
Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.13026

Men, women and young people digging in the ground. White tent in the background.

Date: 
1997