Torahs

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Object id: 
L.22453

B&W print (photograph proof sheet) depicts a group of people standing holding a torah scroll while standing in front of the open ark. From L-R: an unknown woman, David Rubin, Rabbi Wilfred Solomon, Arthur Hayes, and Cantor Murray Nixon.

Date: 
[ca. 1975]
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Object id: 
L.22452

B&W print (photograph proof sheet) depicts a group of people standing around a torah scroll which is unrolled. From L-R: Rabbi Wilfred Solomon, David Rubin, an unknown woman, Cantor Murray Nixon, Arthur Hayes.

Date: 
[ca. 1975]
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Object id: 
L.22442

B&W negative depicts the open ark at Congregation Beth Israel. 

Date: 
[ca. 1975]
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Object id: 
L.22441

Colour negative depicts the open ark at Congregation Beth Israel. 

Date: 
[ca. 1975]
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Object id: 
L.22439

B&W print depicts a row of Torahs in a glass case.

Date: 
[ca. 1980]
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Object id: 
L.22428

Colour print depicts the temporary ark in the Jewish Community Centre open with two Torahs visible.

Date: 
[ca. 1975]
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Object id: 
L.22426

Colour print depicts a torah with a shofar resting on top. The torah has a cover with the image of a lulav and etrog sewn on to it.

Date: 
[ca. 1975]
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Object id: 
L.22366

Colour print depicts a crowd of unidentified people walking down a street led by a car. The car is carrying several people including Rabbi Wilfred Solomon on the right side sitting on the back. The man in the middle is carrying a torah. The man driving the car is likely David Rubin. The title is on the verso.

Date: 
[ca. 1965]
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Object id: 
L.22344

B&W print depicts the interior of the ark with four torahs.

Date: 
[October 3, 1948]
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Object id: 
L.22202

B&W print depicts three men and a woman standing around a Torah scroll with the man on the left of the image pointing at the parchment with a Yad (torah pointer). The man in the centre of the image is Rabbi Wilfred Solomon and the man to his left is likely David Rubin. On the reverse of the image is written Dedication of new Torah and two names, one of which is illegible and the other appears to be Archie Baker. 

Date: 
[ca.1970]