Colour photograph depicts Canadian Jewish Historical Society delegates attending the Learned Society's Conference held at the University of Victoria; delegates visiting Congregation Emanu-El. From left: Allan Klenman (JHSBC President), Gerald Tulchinsky (Queen's University), Judith Nefsky (CJC Archivist), Professor Jonathan (UBC) and Cristine Wisenthal, Victor Sefton (and Mrs.) (CJHS President), William and Mrs. Jacobs (Holocaust group), Mildred and Harry Gutkin (President Jewish Historical Society of Western Canada).
Caption title continues: inspect some of the work carried out to restore the 119 year old Congregation Emanuel Synagogue, once heralded as the first in "Her Majesty's Pacific Possessions".
Two man standing in front of building; plaque behind them reads: "Congregation Emanual-Canada's Oldest Synagogue. Services: Friday evening 8:00 p.m. Saturday 10:00 a.m. Rededication Ceremony 1863-1982, Sun. June 6, 2:00p.m."
Two men in front of congregation in Congregation Emanu-El.
Black and white photograph depicts two men using a hammer on the exterior wall of a building, in front of a crowd.
Black and white photograph depicts a group of people watching a man in a hard hat using a hammer on the exterior wall of a building.
Black and white photograph depicts an early view of Congregation Emanu-El (as it is now called) showing boardwalk and iron fence.
Black and white image of the new wing at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria.
Landscape shows five story modernist brick building with three floors of windows; unpaved driveway and concourse in foreground.