Photograph depicts "Lady Cecilia", part of the Union Steamship Co. fleet
Angled front shot of docked two stack steamship; nautical flags at bow and stern ends of ship; crowd on ship and smaller crowd on dock; "LADY CECILIA" painted on bow; sign beside ship reads "VAN LUMBER CO.", "CECILIA", "BOWEN ISLAND", "ONLY"
Photograph depicts three boys at a table in a class room. Written on the verso: "'We Three' at kindergarten - 5 yr olds Hebrew Academy activity class." Caption on bottom of copy from the JWB, not original photo, reads, "Budding Artists (or draftsmen, or doctors, or lawyers, or...) enjoying crayoning in their kindergarten activities class."
Photograph depicts Project 200 site at advanced state of demolition.
Shipping container in foreground of image with barriers and signs around reading "DETOUR", "ROAD CLOSED", "DEMOLITION BY JOHNSTON"; train tracks in centre of image with rail cars and docks behind; North Shore mountains in background.
Photograph depicts the Project 200 site at advanced state of demolition.
Shipping container in foreground of image with barriers and signs around reading "DETOUR", "ROAD CLOSED", "DEMOLITION BY JOHNSTON"; train tracks in centre of image with rail cars and docks behind; North Shore in background.
Photograph depicts the arrival of "Canberra" at the Port of Vancouver. "Canberra" was a P&O-Orient ocean liner. It is shown here at Vancouver Harbour during her maiden voyage around the world. This was the largest ship to have ever entered Vancouver Harbour at the time.
Large white ocean liner being towed into dock by tugboats; smaller craft crowded around ship; pier on right side of ship; large crowd gathered in bottom right corner of image.
Interview with Aaron Kafka. Interviewed by Michael Schwartz for The Scribe, 2018. Aaron talks about his experiences with coffee shops and cafes before he decided to open Kafka's in Vancouver. He talks about how his coffee shop sets him apart from competition, the city's shifting food scene, and the importance of relationships in the Jewish community.
Interview with Adam Granot. Interviewed by Debby Freiman for The Scribe, 2018. Adam talks about how his family came to open Breka, a chain of bakeries across Vancouver. He describes the challenges they faced in starting and growing the business, and reflects upon Vancouver's changing food scene.