Holidays

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L.14962

Black and white photograph depicts Eric Pellow demonstrating the finer points of matzah making to Richa Dwor (centre) and Gabriella Weisbom (right).

From the April 29, 1993 Jewish Western Bulletin: http://multiculturalcanada.ca/node/747916

Date: 
[1993]
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L.14917

Colour photograph depicts a woman lighting Hanukkah lamp in front of audience of seated children wearing paper crowns with paper candles on them.

Date: 
[1978]
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L.14912

Black and white photograph depicts five students standing in front of a decorated wall.

Date: 
[1976]
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L.14902

Black and white photograph depicts a person in clown costume in the middle of a room full of seated children.

Date: 
1976
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L.14901

Black and white photograph depicts a man in costume holding a rolling pin and bowl in front of an audience of children wearing crowns and face paint.

Date: 
[1976]
Posted by jyuhasz
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L.14805

Black and white Talmud Torah photograph of children performing on stage, Tu B'Shevat.

Date: 
[1962]
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Object id: 
L.14796

Talmud Torah photograph of Children singing.

Date: 
[1956]
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Object id: 
L.14795

Black and white Talmud Torah photograph of children singing, Chanuka ceremony.

Date: 
[1954]
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L.14789

Black and white Talmud Torah photograph of three boys lighting Chanuka candle.

Date: 
[1953]
Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.14236

At the Fairview Legion - BB Shaughnessy party. Among the members of the committee who conducted the Xmas party at Shaughnessy on behalf of Fairview Branch Canadian Legion and B'nai B'rith were, standing left to right: Ralph Greenberg, Wolf Cub Ian Lifchus, Jack Sparton, Chuck Kemp, Maurice Lifchus, and Harry Appleton. Seated, Charles Gorvich and Gordon Collins, Recreation Supervisor, Shaughnessy Hospital. Original article in the Jewish Western Bulletin January 8, 1954: 

Date: 
December 21, 1953