An Interview with Sam Rothstein whose family came to Vancouver before World War I and settled in the Strathcona neighborhood. Sam took a PhD in Librarianship in California, and took a job at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. He was involved in the Waldman Library and the Beth Israel Library.
Film depicts a trip by boat, likely from Vancouver to Dawson. One of the boats taken was the Princess Louise. The film depicts various shots of the ocean, river, and other boats along the trip, and well as the scenery between Vancouver and Dawson.
Film depicts an a flight trip through the Yukon. The trip was part of an official police and Indian Department inspection of the Yukon. The trip was under the supervision of Major Sandy-Wunsch of the RCMP. It was a 200 mile flight, with twelve stops. Medical and dental attention were given to the native communities visited by Dr. Duncan and Dr. Snider. The film depicts aerial shots of the Yukon and film of native communities.
Audio cassette depicts the history of the Louis Brier Home and Hospital. The film highlights the need for a Jewish seniors home, the building process of the home, the facilities and programs that Louis Brier offers, and the need for additional funding to keep the Louis Brier operating.
Film depicts various shots of the Yukon (likely Dawson City), mining and panning shots, and shots of a parade followed by what appears to be a town fair. There are also shots of people playing on the beach, husky puppies, aerial shots of the Yukon, and footage of the Town of Mayo.
Film depicts footage of a plane flying into Whitehorse, shipyards, skiing, men logging, Ed Barker Day, dinner parties, people taking a ship called the Princess Norah. The film also shows shots of San Francisco, Oregon, and Los Angeles markets, and well as Sunset Boulevard (Los Angeles) at night.