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Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
L.14994

Colour photograph depicts Rachel Meir with Talmud Torah students. Woman standing back centre is Gita Kron, and the boy in front of her (in the black, white and red sweater) is Dania David.

Date: 
[1986]
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
L.14846

Black and white photographs depicts Talmud Torah parents in discussion at table. L-R: ?, Naomi Frankenburg, ?, ?. 

Date: 
[1972]
Posted by jyuhasz
Object id: 
L.14792

The first students to complete six years of general schooling combined with Hebrew-Jewish education are graduating from the Vancouver Talmud Torah Day School this month. Back row, L-R: Mr. Chaim Reznik (Hebrew teacher), Sydney Erlichman, Leon Bogner, Mrs. Joy Trunkfield (Head English teacher), Malcolm Weinstein, Kenny Glasner, Mr. Harry Sherman (acting principal). Front row, L-R: Reesa Gelmon, Michael Levy, Sharon Flax, Gerald Lipsky, Elaine Wall, Gary Averbach.

Date: 
June 1954
Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.14236

At the Fairview Legion - BB Shaughnessy party. Among the members of the committee who conducted the Xmas party at Shaughnessy on behalf of Fairview Branch Canadian Legion and B'nai B'rith were, standing left to right: Ralph Greenberg, Wolf Cub Ian Lifchus, Jack Sparton, Chuck Kemp, Maurice Lifchus, and Harry Appleton. Seated, Charles Gorvich and Gordon Collins, Recreation Supervisor, Shaughnessy Hospital. Original article in the Jewish Western Bulletin January 8, 1954: 

Date: 
December 21, 1953
Posted by Anonymous
Object id: 
L.14505

B&W print. The air was alive with the sound of good music and good comedy last Thursday evening at Queen Elizabeth theatre when a capacity audience was present for a concert of the Israel-Gadna Youth Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Danny Kaye. Leading Provincial and civic officials were present at the event. These included, Lieutenant-Governor George Pearkes, Mayor Thomas Campbell, and the Honourable Grace McCarthy. Photo shows the Lieutenant-Governor being officially welcomed to the theatre. Pictured left to right: Major L. Cook, Aide to the Lieutenant-Governor; Ted Cohen; Mrs.

Date: 
November 1967