Colour print depicts a group of men lined up and an unknown woman is standing at a podium on the far right. Cantor Murray Nixon is singing into a microphone to the left of the podium and a man who is likely Marvin Weintraub is standing to his left. There is a Canadian and Israeli flag behind the group on the right of the image. This image was taken at the 60th anniversary event.
Colour print depicts a group of people posing for the camera including Cantor Murray Nixon 2nd from the left and Rabbi Wilfred Solomon 4th from the left. They are posing in front of a Canadian and Israeli flag. This image was taken at the 60th anniversary event.
Colour print depicts Cantor Murray Nixon on the far right and two unknown women and an unknown man posing for the camera at the 60th anniversary event.
B & W print.
Members of the Schara Tzedeck Choir who accompanied Cantor Bela Herskovits at services last Friday night are seen here with the Cantor, left to right they are Aaron Puterman, Harry Toft, Cantor Herskovits, Fred Toft and Harry Osovsky. Original article in the Jewish Western Bulletin August 2, 1957:
Just before the new Schara Tzedeck Chapel (3642 West Broadway) was officially opened, the people who participated in the ceremonies posed for camera. From left to right are: Mrs. Paula Fouks (white coat), Rebbetzin Ginsberg (black coat), Rabbi Ch. B. Ginsberg (kippah), Mr. I.J. Klein (white hat), Mrs. I.J. Klein (who officially opened the door), Rabbi David C. Kogen, Cantor David Reznik, Rabbi Leon M. Mozeson, Mrs. Jaffe, Mr. J.B. Jaffe (who was chairman of the opening ceremonies), Mr.
Written on verso: "Dec. 17/87."Colour print.