Colour Munshaw 35mm slide depicts Phyliss Snider sitting at a table wearing a large unusual hat which looks like a blue globe with artificial flowers on it. The hat is tied to Phyliss's head by a large blue ribbon which is tied under her chin.
Colour Anscochrome 35mm slide depicts Phyliss Snider standing next to a dead fish which is hanging upside down on a hook in front of an open door. There is a sign on the left side of the image, which is cut off, but says: "Elk Hotel", Official Weigh In Station, King Salmon Club". Note: colour adjusted on jpg.
Photograph depicts Cyril Leonoff looking at pictures in his library. Written on the verso: "Reduce entire pix to 3 cols x 4 1/4. 1/2 col. Nov. 22/90 185%. June 23/88. 170%. Cyril Leonoff "In his library". Photo by Ronnie Tessler. May 19, 1988."
Interview with Michael Braude. Interviewed by Sara Bernstein. Michael talks about his family's history and speaks fondly about his childhood in Cape Town, and in particular about his grandfather. Once he finished school, he wanted to leave South Africa because of the Apartheid. In the meantime he found a position in the jewelry trade, which he enjoyed, before going on to work for his fathers clothing business. He and his family lived in Israel for six years, but the climate didn't suit them and so they moved back to Cape Town where he had his career in clothing manufacturing. He also speaks about his wife, children, and grandchildren, as well as his interests such as music and archaeology. He has lived in Vancouver throughout the second half of his life.