British Columbia

Posted by ahellman
Object id: 
L.13068

Black and white image of Harry Seidelman posing in a sailor's uniform (while working on the S.S. Rupert) in the backyard of the family house at 1735 East 2nd Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

Date: 
[1917]
Source: 
Seidelman family
Posted by ahellman
Object id: 
L.13067

Black and white image of Harry Seidelman tending the garden at the family home at 4623 West 7th Avenue.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
Posted by ahellman
Object id: 
L.13066

Black and white image of (L-R) Lillian Fryfield and Judy Zaitow (nees Morris) at the family in Kerrisdale at West 45th Avenue and Marguerite Street.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
Posted by ahellman
Object id: 
L.13065

Black and white image of (L-R) Rachel Morris (nee Seidelman) with Birtie Boyanner. Unidentified woman in middle of image.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
Posted by ahellman
Object id: 
L.13064

Black and white image of Oli Greenhalgh, a shipmate of Harry Seidelman

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
Posted by ahellman
Object id: 
L.13062

Black and white image of Harry Seidelman, working in the garden at the family home at 1735 East 2nd Avenue.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
Posted by ahellman
Object id: 
L.13061

Black and white image of Harry Seidelman, dressed in a suit and hat, kneeling on the grass at Stanley Park.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
Posted by ahellman
Object id: 
L.13060

Two black and white images of two teenage girls in formal dresses or costume, standing in a front yard. Possibly Dorothy Grad and Judy Zaitow (nees Morris).

Date: 
[1945]
Source: 
Seidelman family
Posted by ahellman
Object id: 
L.13059

Birtie Boyanner, a friend of the Seidelman family, holding a young child, probably a child of Harry and Esther Seidelman.

Date: 
[1940]
Source: 
Seidelman family
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
L.16303

Black and white photograph depicts Irving Seidler walking down what could be Granville Street. A Men's Wear store and a Stetson Hats store are in the background.

Source: 
Miller, Sandra