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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.
11 men and women in costumes standing at front of stage with man and woman seated on stage edge in front of them
Front and back covers of program – “Sisterhood of the Congregation Shaarei Zedek presents Overlaid, a one-act dramatic comedy and South Persia, a musical satire, Shul Hall, Sunday March 23, 1952, curtain 8:15 p.m. – Congratulations and every good wish to the Sisterhood for continued success – Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Bernstein and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Lieberman and Sons.
Women seated at long tables with one table as the head table in the background.
13 boys and men in suits and with prayer shawls over their shoulders with the Rabbi holding an opened prayer book
A brick building in the High Victorian Gothic style with arched windows and a central column once topped with a steeple.
A stone building with a sharp peaked roof and door and windows with rounded arches over them
Man with white hair holding infant son in his arms and wife in background – all are posing behind a barbed wire fence
Family portrait showing three generations of the Tanzman family including three children and five adults
Printed document with green border and text granting naturalization to immigrants under The Naturalization Act of Canada
Unpaved village street with small two story wooden buildings on either side and several men walking or gathered in street
Storefront with large glass window with “Havana Cigars” written at top of window and “Louis Green” printed at bottom – the window displays cigars and tobacco products – two men standing in doorway
Family Group with Louis and Elizabeth Green seated in chairs with their five adult children – two sons and three daughters
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