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Addition to St. George's School, facing northwest

Photograph depicts the construction of the addition to St. George's School. Other print does not have title box.

Two story concrete building under construction; framing built up on second story suggests addition of a third story; extensive wooden framing and scaffolding around sides of building; crane tower to left of building; existing school structure visible in far right of image.

White title box in bottom right corner reads "ADDITION TO ST. GEORGE'S SCHOOL", "HODGSON KING & MARBLE LTD. GENERAL CONTRACTORS", "C.B.K. VAN NORMAN - ARCHITECT", "No.4", "DATE MARCH 4, 1959", "FACING N.W."

Ben and Rita Akselrod

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.

Betty Nitkin

Oral history interview with Betty Nitkin, who was born in Montreal, 1941. He parents studied and met at the University of Lwow. Working in between Montreal and England during the 1960's but due to a combination of Montreal's winters and the political situation in Quebec convinced the family to move to Vancouver in 1968. Mrs. Nitkin was involved in the National Council of Jewish Woman for many years chairing the Committee for Soviet Jewry during the 1970's. Mrs. Nitkin volunteered the Vancouver Jewish Centre helping settle Bosnian refugee families during the 1990's.

Bridges of Light Book - Stern, Lottie Interview

File consists of an interview transcription from the "Bridges of Light" book interview with Lottie Stern. She was born in Berlin. She went to collage and worked as a secretary in Germany. She talks about the rise of Hitler. In 1936, she left Germany and lived in South Africa for 10 years. Mentions many people who lived in South Africa in the 40’s. Her brother-in-law had moved to Canada and opened a furniture business and Lottie and her husband moved to Canada in 1946 to take care of the business.

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