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Visitors to this exhibit will explore the history of the Jewish community of Saint John, New Brunswick through a sample of photographs and chapters which introduce the most important aspects of the community’s rich history from 1783 to the present day.
View shows interior of store with counter hilding small items, shelves with boxes and young woman at counter beside large cash register
Four story building with 12 pairs of double windows on three upper floors – signage at street level for “Jack Calp The Men’s Shop and “Wiezel Bros.”
View inside a narrow dry goods shop with counters and shelves with boxes on either side and at the back, man at left, woman at right
Storefront for Dreskin’s Ltd. in Lancaster Shopping Mall – window display includes three mannequins and sweaters – shoppers can be inside store
Shows horse harnessed to small closed carriage with sign – Rainbow Smoking Tobacco
70 young men and women in business suits and in evening dresses arranged in four rows
Colour photograph showing man in business with mayoral chain of office and woman standing in front of baking table at Hadassah Bazaar
14 middle aged women in skirts and jackets standing in two rows
Group of 12 men and 2 women – men in suit jackets and hats or caps, women in overcoats and hats
14 boys in Cub uniforms with hats in hand standing in two rows on stairs with leaders in third row behind
9 girls in Brownie uniform dresses with leader in Brownie uniform standing behind
10 young men posing for team photograph – wearing long sleeved shirts with YMHA on the front.
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