Black and white/hand-tinted image of Abraham and Toby Nemetz. Portrait showing head-and-sholder view of a man wearing a suit and woman wearing a dress. Stamp on lower right-corner, "The King Studio." The King Studio was a Vancouver photographic studio that was established in 1903 and closed in 1962.
From left to right: Lee Tunis Kramer, sister of Joe Tunis; Harold Lenett; Dr. David Bercuson, author of 'The Secret Army', about the foreign volunteers who fought in Israel's War of Independence; Lee Sector; Dr. John Sector; and Israel Spector.
Black and white portrait of Henry Nathan Jr.
Black and white image of Louis Brier in a convertible parked in front of an ice cream shop. Louis Brier was the "unknown" benefactor of the Jewish community. He was the owner of the "first and only steam motor car in Lynn Valley", cites Cyril E. Leonoff in his book Pioneers, Pedlars and Prayer Shawls (1978). The building in the background was erected by Brier at the corner of Mountain Highway and Lynn Valley Road.
Mrs. Reinhart served as treasurer of the Ladies' Benevolent Society of San Francisco. In Victoria she was a member of the Hebrew Ladies Society and on the Committee of the Female Infirmary. She lived with her husband Simon on Humboldt Street in Victoria.
Black and white image shows men, women and children seated around tables in semi-square; tables are covered with white linens, with vases of flowers on top. This Seder took place under the aucpices of the B'nai B'rith Lodge. Dr. Sigfried Moritz Hartman (1853-1923) is chairing the head of the table.