Back standing (L-R):Marilyn Greene (nee Hollenberg), unknown male from Seattle, Bert Rogoway (Seattle), Arnold Nemetz, Vala Liverant (nee Gold), Harold Berson, Sally Berry (nee Tenenbaum).Front crouching (L-R): Mort Dodek, Gordon Katznelson, Carol ? (nee Goldbloom).
Black and white photograph depicts Fairview Branch No. 178 Canadian Legion and Vancouver B'nai B'rith participating in Shaughnessy Hospital Christmas Party, including bingo game.
Black and white image of False Creek as an industrial area of Vancouver. Landscape shows warehouses and fabrication plants with smokestacks built around the waterfront of small inlet spanned by bridge; Vancouver skyline in background; Hotel Vancouver appears to be under construction.
Black and white panoramic image of Vancouver. Panoramic view shows Vancouver skyline with the Woodwards' Building "W" tower and Gastown in right of image; Sun Tower in foreground with Hotel Vancouver and North Shore mountains in background.
Two black and white panoramic images of Vancouver. Landscape shows cars on bridge extending over railyard in foreground of image with city skyline rising in the background, including the Hotel Vancouver and the Granville Clock Tower
Black and white image of Vancouver, as seen from the docks, facing west. Landscape shows dockyard with grain elevator in foreground of image, with railyard and warehouses to left; Vancouver skyline and Stanley Park, with the Sun Tower, Hotel Vancouver, and Marine Building as the most prominent buildings in the background.
Black and white image of Vancouver waterfront as seen from Stanley Park, probably near Prospect Point. Landscape shows shoreline of Stanley Park, including Brockton Point Lighthouse, with ships docked at the Port of Vancouver in the background; city skyline to right of port, with Marine Building and Hotel Vancouver most prominent among the buildings.
Black and white image of Vancouver as viewed from Little Mountain or Queen Elizabeth Park. Landscape shows foliage and concentrated residential area in foreground with City Hall and the Vancouver skyline in the background, including the Hotel Vancouver, the Marine Building, the Dominion Building and the Sun Tower.
Black and white image of the Vancouver Courthouse, what is now the Vancouver Art Gallery, located at 750 Hornby St. The original 165,000 square foot (15,329 square metre) neoclassical building was designed by Francis Rattenbury after winning a design competition in 1905. Rattenbury also designed the British Columbia Parliament Buildings and the Empress Hotel in Victoria.
Four black and white images of the Granville St. Bridge. Landscape shows steel truss bridge spanning over industrial area along False Creek shoreline; Hotel Vancouver and North Shore mountains in background.