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95 Archival description results for Trees

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Card - 1970

Card, dated 1970, says a tree was planted in Israel in honour of Harry Seidelman by William and Racheline Seidelman through the Jewish National Fund.

Certificate to plant trees, October 15, 1946

Certificate to plant five trees in the Canadian Adassah Forest in Palestine in appreciation of Mrs. F. Fromson from Regina Senior Chapter of the Jewish National Fund, October 15, 1946.

Climbers on Siwash Rock, Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts climbers on Siwash Rock. According to Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) legend, Siwash Rock is the transformed body of a Skwxwú7mesh man who asked the great Transformer Q'uas for nothing more than prosperity for his people. Q'uas transformed him to rock so that he could serve as an indestructible monument to selflessness.

Large rock formation with wide base in water; small waves crashing against base; small sapling growing on top of formation; four climbers using ropes at various heights on formation; boat with white sail in background

Ferguson Point Tea House, Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia

Photograph depicts the Ferguson Point Tea House in Stanley Park. The tea house was originally an army mess hall after World War Two when Stanley Park was something of a dwindling fortification. In the 1950s it was converted to a tea house.

Small cottage house-like structure; sign in front reads "TEA ROOM OPEN", "SUPPERS"; trees in background.

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