Jewish Historical Society of B.C. photograph collection
Colour photograph depicts Morris Saltzman (right) receiving an award from an unidentified man].
Colour photograph depicts Morris Saltzman (right) with two unidentified people sitting at a table eating at an unidentified event.
Colour photograph depicts Mildred Saltzman (left), Morris Saltzman (middle) and Sophie Waldman (right) honouring Morris' retirement.
Black and white photograph depicts The Hub, men's clothing store. Caption on verson reads: "Max Freeman - original owner of business called Hub - previously called "Tiny Dog" owned by Grossman. Founded in 1876 by Joshua Levy in a tent right after the fire. Fire was 1886.
Black and white photograph depicts two men and two boys reading a book during Purim at Chabad House in Vancouver, BC. Caption reads: "On the night of the festival of 'Purim' the Book of Esther is recited, recounting the tale of how the Jews of ancient Persia were saved from destruction.
Black and white photograph depicts the 1923-1924 champions of the inter-club bowling league, "The Bear Cats" winners of the Zimmerman challenge trophy. Back row, l-r: H.R. Ripstein, B. Glazer, J. Abrams, H.C. Levin. Front row, l-r: A. Koch, L. Ripstein (captain).
Black and white photograph depicts the V.H.S. (Vancouver Hebrew Society) Lag-Bomer picnic at Maple Grove Park. Back Row: L-R: Bernard Reed, Mitch Snider, unknown, Aser Rothstein, unknown, Abe Charkow, unknown, Harry Halperin, unknown, Dave Rashcov, Jack Klausener, N.J. Klausener , (Jack's Uncle), Maury Jarvis, rest unknown.