Oral history interview with Morris Saltzman who was born in Winnipeg, 1918. Morris's father brought the family to Vancouver because he was became a successful merchant, eventually owning two grocery stores; 1st in wholesale potato business; second on corner of Nelson and Bute St. Morris was involved in and or speaks of B'nai B'rith, Jewish Community Fund and Council, Zionist Organization, Community Fund and Council, Vancouver Lodge and St. John's Shaughnessy Men's Club.
Oral history interview with Sally Rogow, who was born in New York, 1930. Sally's grandparents were born somewhere in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Sally's uncle was the first Jewish man to be a Lieutenant Colonel in the Canadian Army, while her mother helped organized women during the Second World War. Sally worked as a teacher, teaching blind and handicap children, eventually advocating for those with Special Needs.
Photograph depicts the Harding Memorial in Stanley Park. Warren G. Harding was President of the United States of America when he visited Vancouver in 1923. A week later while in California, he passed away unexpectedly. The Harding Memorial was unveiled in Stanley Park in 1926 to commemorate his visit.
Children stand on walkway and near lily pond in foreground; adults sit and stand near monument in the distance.
Photograph depicts children looking over the Vancouver City Hall rail at the Vancouver Skyline and Lions Peak.
Five children in middle foreground of image leaning against cement barrier covered in vines; Vancouver skyline, including the Hotel Vancouver, the Granville Clock Tower, and the Marine building, and the North Shore mountains, including Lions Peak in background.