Seidelman family fonds

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L.13082

Black and white image of members of the Seidelman family and friends seated on and leaning against a retaining wall. Rachel on the far left.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
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Object id: 
L.13081

Harry Seidelman, seated in crevice of rock face.

Date: 
[1930]
Source: 
Seidelman family
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Object id: 
L.13080

Male member of the Seidelman family on horseback with a river and mountains in the background.

Date: 
[1930]
Source: 
Seidelman family
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Object id: 
L.13079

Two female members of the Seidelman family posing with Arthur Laing. (Both photo and negative are available. Negative was digitized.)

Date: 
[1930]
Source: 
Seidelman family
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Object id: 
L.13078

Members of the Seidelman family ice skating outdoors - possibly Lost Lagoon in Stanley Park?

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
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Object id: 
L.13077

Members of the Seidelman family seated at a rest stop, overlooking a body of water with a small island just off of the shore. Two unidentified women and Art Lang on the right.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
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Object id: 
L.13076

Black and white image of members of the Seidelman family on a patio. Harry Seidelman standing.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
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Object id: 
L.13075

Black and white image of Fred Chadwick, a friend of the Seidelman family, posing for the camera, probably at an interurban station.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
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Object id: 
L.13074

Black and white image of Birtie Boyanner, a friend of the Seidelman family, posing for the camera.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family
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Object id: 
L.13073

Black and white image of a member of the Seidelman family diving into a cove. Other members of the family are in the water.

Rachel Morris's (nee Seidelman) athletic activities suggest this could be her. However, given the possible date of the photograph, the bathing costume seems to revealing for a woman to wear, suggesting it may be one of ther brothers.

Date: 
[1925]
Source: 
Seidelman family