Communication Artifact

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L.2006.04.001

A special menorah with eight lights (plus an additional one that lights the others) is used during the holiday of Hannukah. Hanukiahs come in all shapes, sizes, and materials. The hand, also called a hamsa, is a typical Sephardic decorative symbol, meaning protection from the evil eye. This hanukiah is lit using oil and wicks.

Date: 
1950
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2006.25.011

An invitation to a confirmation celebration and dance at Gleneagles Golf and Country club in Vancouver. Confirmants listed were Marcia Kahn, Judy Freeman, Judy Greenberg, Fran Charkow, Bertie Lando, Irene Heller, Connie Friedberg, Toby Fouks, Myrna Margulius and Lorilee Mallek.

Date: 
1956
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Object id: 
2006.25.011

An invitation to a confirmation celebration and dance at Gleneagles Golf and Country club in Vancouver. Confirmants listed were Marcia Kahn, Judy Freeman, Judy Greenberg, Fran Charkow, Bertie Lando, Irene Heller, Connie Friedberg, Toby Fouks, Myrna Margulius and Lorilee Mallek.

Date: 
1956
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2006.10.001

This prayer book, called a machzor, is used during the High Holiday services of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Sam Hoffman, who i

Date: 
1911
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2006.11.001

The Girl of The Golden West, novelized from the play by David Belasco with Illustrations by J.N.Marchand. Humphrey Abraham Belas

Date: 
1912
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2006.08.001

Prayer book for Jewish members of the H.M. Forces

Date: 
1940