Prince George

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L.00114

Charles and Lily Graham were leading members of the Prince George community.  Mr. Graham was the Prince George alderman between 1959-64, president of the Industrial Development Commission and twice a Liberal candidate for the Cariboo Federal Riding.  Their home was also the centre of Jewish community life in Prince George.    

Date: 
1962
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L.00083

Jacob Leith (1914-1966)  who read the Torah at Prince George Jewish services.   

Date: 
[1966]
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L.00036

Image shows Hannah Director (right) and sister Rhoda Goldberg (left) posing with a cow in the wilderness.

Date: 
[ca. 1914]
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L.00315

Black and white photograph depicts soldiers at first Seder ever held.

Date: 
1943
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L.00214

Charles Graham is standing third from right. The Graham home was known as the centre of Jewish life in the Prince George community.

Date: 
1958-1964
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L.00104

Leith Bros. Hardware (1914-1966) in Prince George, BC. Mr. Jacob Leith was prominant in the Prince George community. He was involved in the Chamber of Commerce, and after the Second World War he was a recipient of a certificate of appreciation by the Government of Canada for his contribution to militia, civil defence and victory loan sales. At age 93, he was still reading the Torah at religous services in the Prince George community.

Date: 
1920
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Object id: 
L.00106

L-R Lou Simkin, Jack Horlick, Lawrence Shatsky, Harry Greenhut, Sam Arbour, Harry Brown, Moe Arbour, Charile Graham, Gerry Saunders, Jack Spaner, Morris Spaner.

Date: 
1955
Source: 
Graham, Lily