Photograph depicts George Zukerman an internationally acclaimed Solo Bassoonist. Zuckerman came to the US during WWII where his father was a correspondent for several Yiddish newspapers. He first played with the Vancouver Symphony in 1950 on invitation from New York, where he met and married Netta Karmel, a social worker with the Jewish Family Welfare Bureau. Zukerman took up permanent residence in Vancouver in 1953.
Photograph depicts five people, (l-r) Allan Tapper, David Barnett, Leonore Freiman (award recipient), President Sheldon Cole, fifth man (may possibly be Joe Segal). Written on the verso: "87% P.11. Dec. 11/86. Allan Tapper, president Vancouver Lions Gate Lodge Bnai Brith 668. L to R Recipient of the Community award for outstanding organizational support to J.F.S.A. Dinner M.C. David Barnett. Past president Lee Freim"
The fonds consists of a large portion of the photographic archives of the newspaper dating primarily from 1960 to 1990, microfilm copies of back issues including material published by predecessor community newspapers, and hard copies of recent "Bulletin" issues.
Photograph depicts the remains of a wild goat after a wildfire. Written on the verso: "50% Feb. 1/90 2 cols. Please return to J.N.F. 1980 Sherbrooke St. W. Suite 500 Montreal H3H 1E8. (Wild goat petrified) JNF Carmel Forest Wildlife Destroyed."