Freiman family fonds
Colour photograph depicts people in the Freiman living room 6749 Laurel Street; l-r: Abe Arnold, Bertha Arnold, Lee Freiman, Sophie Drache.
Black and white photograph depicts a National Council of Jewish Women convention in Banff. Left-Right: Moza Goldberg Zemens, ?, Reva Gerstein, Verna Cypress.
Photo taken at a Northern Region BBYO (B'nai B'rith Youth Organization) event (held in Vancouver). Girl standing top middle is Joanne Zack. Below her, sitting on the stairs is Neil Loomer. Below him the girl with the long dark hair is Jacquie Goldberg. The rest of the people are from various cities in the Northern Region (Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Eugene, Spokane).
Black and white photograph depicts, l-r: Shelly Aceman, Toni Wertman, Phil Pelzman, Debby Freiman, Jacquie Goldberg.
Debby Freiman (far left), Cindy Wine, Jacquie Goldberg, ? Kiki, and Toni Wertman and other members of Drora chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls acting out a skit at the winter Northern Region Convention.
Convention could have taken place in Seattle, Portland, or Tacoma.
Black and white photograph depicts a lecture at UBC, Buchanan building "A". Written on the verso: "Department of Extension University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8, B.C." Lillian Zimmerman front row, second from the left. Hannah Hirt second row, second from the left.
Black and white photograph depicts a group of unidentified men and Lillian Zimmerman.
Black and white photograph depicts Debby and Milton Freiman walking down Granville Street. This is a Foncie Photo; the photographer's full name was Foncie Pulice and he used to stand on Granville street and would take photographs of people as they passed by. People then had the choice to purchase the print. Foncie took over a million people walking on Granville Street between 1946-1979.