Oral history interview with Carol (Kayla) Leiran who was born in Vancouver, 1943. Involved in the National Council of Jewish Women while her children grew up, later joining her father's company Wosk’s Ltd.
Interview with Carole Malkin. Interviewed by Jane Cherry for The Scribe, 2018. Carole talks about her family's history and their restaurants in Vancouver, including Skipper Seafoods, The Fish and Oyster Bar, and The Dollhouse. Carole talks about her childhood and involvement in the Jewish community, including United Synagogue Youth, Young Judea, and Camp Hatikvah.
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts the Cathedral of the Annunciation.
Note for this slide reads: "The historical centre of Kremlin is Cathedral Square and this is where the coronation of the czars took place. There are 7 cathedrals - main ones are Assumption, Annunciation and Archangel Michael. These are now museums and painting and frescoes are being restored. Archangel Michael - buried vault for czars and princes built 15th century."
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a large scale monument of the Communist symbol, the hammer and sickle, superimposed over the world and flanked by sheaves of wheat. A red and white propaganda banner of Lenin is visible in the background.
Oral history interview with Cyril Edel Leonoff who was born in Winnipeg, 1925. First job was building the Royal Alexandra Hotel in Winnipeg. Cyril went into the armed services, specifically the Signal Corps, afterwards taking engineering and marrying Faye in 1949. He started as a engineering assistant at Rivers & Harbours Branch, Public Works in New Westminster. After two years of civil service he took Geo-technical engineering. While focusing on his engineering career, Cyril met the 'Barish' brothers during the nineteen sixties which brought his attention onto Jewish History.