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.
2 handwritten pages of a letter addressed to A. Hoffman from A. Matherson, acknowledging an invitation to St. Andrew's Society to participate in the laying to the cornerstone of the Synagogue, dated May 28, 1863.
Oral History interview with Adele Vernon. Born in London, England. During the war her mother told her and her siblings “don’t let anyone know we’re Jewish” and leaving the Jewish faith for years. Talks about being sponsored to come to Canada by his father's aunt, arriving at Pier 41, arriving during the Calgary stampede. Went back to school as a mature student in 1973 for performing arts. Started the Shalom Dancers in 1978/79. Took Wednesday night classes with Rabbi Victor Reinstein and returned to the Jewish faith later in life.