Black and white portrait of Leonard Frank.
Black and white image of four men at Elk Falls.
Black and white image, possibly of Jack Cornish, an operative engineer on the Port Mann Bridge. Portrait shot of man in black hat with radio headset.
Black and white image of the course of construction on the Port Mann Bridge. Side portrait shot of man in hard hat and life jacket speaking into a megaphone with bridge frame looming in background.
Extensive captioning giving names on back of one print; one print mounted display copy with caption. Another copy in CEL File # 92. L-R: Julius Ablovctz, Percy Berkson, Max Bobroff, Henry Brown, Sam Cook, Myer Dexal, Morton Doane, David Freeman, Dr. Gold, Sam Goldstone, Jack Gorosh, Louis Gorosh, Morris Green, Gerry Hirshberg, Milton Hershberg, Al Izen, Hans Kam, Pete Kantor, George Kostman, Sam Levi, Norman Levin, Nathan Nemetz, Harry Nemetz, Sam Pelman, Pucky Pelman, Myer Pottoer, Morrie Silverman, Ben Shapiro, Dave Sisson.
The Hoffman family were very active in the Temple Emanu-El's early congregation. Abraham was the first secretary when the congregation formed and Samuel Hoffman was the first Vice President.
Samuel Gintzburger was the president of the reform Congregation Emanu-El in Vancouver. He was also instrumental in organizing the Vancouver Hebrew Free Loan Association, serving as president from 1915-24. He was also a leader in the greater community. He served as Councillor of the West Vancouver Municipality, he was the Honorary Life President of the Vancouver Automobile Club, and was involved in the BC Philatelic Society; the Vancouver Scientific, Arts and Historical Society; and L'Alliance Francaise.