Black and white image of United Distiller's Limited.
Black and white image of the interior of the first Schara Tzedeck Funeral Chapel.
Extensive captioning giving names on back of one print; one print mounted display copy with caption. Another copy in CEL File # 92. L-R: Julius Ablovctz, Percy Berkson, Max Bobroff, Henry Brown, Sam Cook, Myer Dexal, Morton Doane, David Freeman, Dr. Gold, Sam Goldstone, Jack Gorosh, Louis Gorosh, Morris Green, Gerry Hirshberg, Milton Hershberg, Al Izen, Hans Kam, Pete Kantor, George Kostman, Sam Levi, Norman Levin, Nathan Nemetz, Harry Nemetz, Sam Pelman, Pucky Pelman, Myer Pottoer, Morrie Silverman, Ben Shapiro, Dave Sisson.
Black and white image of boys at Camp Hatikvah in south Surrey, BC. Group photograph of eight boys at camp, walking double-file down a stairway; three are wearing cadet-style caps with the Magen David. Crescent Beach Camp was dedicated in July 1937. In 1946, the camp was sold to the Zionist Organization of British Columbia and became Camp Hatikvah ("camp of hope"). The camp later relocated to Oyama in the Okanagan Valley, reopening on July 1, 1956.
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.
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 interior of the Vancouver Mayor's Office. Wood panelled room with inset pot lights in ceiling; wood sideboard displays various trophies and figurines; black side chair to right of sideboard; long wood table with ten chairs in middle of room; Canadian and BC flags behind table.