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.
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.
Oral History interview with Ben and Rita Akselrod. Rita was born in Bacau, Romania. They met in a DP camp in Austria. After the war they went to Israel then came to Canada via Italy. They worked as a peddlers then with antiques. Then started a second-hand and antique store in New Westminster. They talk about how antisemitism didn't disappear after the war.
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a sign which reads: "Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic" at the top of the sign. The rest of the sign explains what the Museum offers, such as the gift shop, as well as "A Branch of the Nova Scotia Museums" and "Nova Scotia's Official Fisheries Museum".
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts an unknown man standing next to a sign that reads: "Welcome Aboard the Rum Runner: Rio II, A Relic of the Prohibition Era". Note: the "A" and "R" of Relic are partially hidden.