Black and white panoramic image of Vancouver. Panoramic view shows Vancouver skyline with the Woodwards' Building "W" tower and Gastown in right of image; Sun Tower in foreground with Hotel Vancouver and North Shore mountains in background.
Black and white image of the Vancouver Courthouse, what is now the Vancouver Art Gallery, located at 750 Hornby St. The original 165,000 square foot (15,329 square metre) neoclassical building was designed by Francis Rattenbury after winning a design competition in 1905. Rattenbury also designed the British Columbia Parliament Buildings and the Empress Hotel in Victoria.
Black and white image of downtown Vancouver. Street view shows the Hotel Georgia and Hotel Vancouver rising above small shops and buildings.
Black and white photograph depicts Kent Chemicals building, at Franklin and Clark Drive. Debby also has a framed hand-coloured print that she has kept in her possession.
Colour photograph depicts a sign for the Showcase of Canadian Jewish Writers and Book Fair on the outside of the JCC.
Colour photograph depicts architect Jack Lutsky showing synagogue plans to Burquest building committee members. From left: Mark Winston, Burquest Jewish Community Association president; architect Jack Lutsky; Ellen Freedman; and Sandra Hochstein.
Original Title: Lutsky (architect)/Passover/Building.