Jewish Historical Society of B.C. photograph collection
Black and white photograph depicts Sonia and Ed Bellas, one of Sonia's brothers Sam and Donna [Bugia?]] (probably Sonia's niece) at the dinner table with Ed cutting a challah, probably at Passover.
Black and white photograph depicts Francine and Joel Bellas (Sonia and Ed's children); Joel was born in 1948 and Francine in 1943.Note: possibly a Foncie Photo.
Black and white photograph depicts Ed Bellas at the army barracks while in the army; Ed served overseas in the army and marched throughout Europe until 1945.
Black and white photograph, Camp Hatikvah, group in Arthur Goldberg's 'Arts' Car', including Arthur Goldberg and Harold Lenett. Man on far left identified as Arthur Goldberg; Harold Lenett is second from left.
Philip Adelberg was a hunter, fisherman and farmer who lived on his homestead at Rolla, near Dawson Creek, in northeastern BC. This photograph dates from about 1915, and shows Adelberg with his dog and pet bear cub, and his sod-roofed log cabin. He was the first Justice of the Peace on the BC side of the Peace River district, with the Province of Alberta being just to the east.
Black and white photograph depicts an early view of Temple Emanu-el Synagogue (now called Congregation Emanu-El).