Colour image of the Bentall Centre, with only buildings One and Two completed. There are now five buildings in total in Bentall Centre located on the 900 block of Burrard St in downtown Vancouver. Two tall white buildings faced almost entirely with windows with reflective filming; Canadian flag flyin on top of taller building; smaller buildings around base of complex, with Hotel Vancouver in background.
Colour image of the Guiness Tower at 1055 W. Hastings in Vancouver. Twenty three storey concrete and glass building with thirteenth floor windows blocked out; parkades and low buildings surround tower; Vancouver Harbour and North Vancouver in background.
Black and white image of the first Jewish Community Centre with ivy on its facade at 11th & Oak Street. The construction for the building was completed in the fall of 1928. The first JCC provided a headquarters for Jewish community offices, meeting rooms and athletic facilities. Built on the instigation and financial support of Samuel Lodge B'nai Brith. The building was originally to include a gymnasium and a 600 seat auditorium.
Located in Vancouver's East side at 504 East Hastings, Ferrara Court was the residence of Mary Livingston and many other Jewish families. Mary first met Benny Kubelsky (Jack Benny), a vaudeville performer, at a Passover seder at her family's home at Ferrara Court.
Werner Bick escaped Germany in 1939 to Santiago, Chile. His wife Ingrid joined him after spending the war years in a Russian camp. The couple moved to British Columbia's Fraser Valley in 1969 to opperate a 62-1/2 acre dairy farm at 7435-264th Street (Country Line Road), Aldergrove, BC.