Photograph : Paper : Printed : Ink : b&w ; Ht: 8,4 cm x W: 5,8 cm
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White ridged border. Image shows three young women walking outside, with arms linked, looking at the camera. Trees and other people are visible in the background. The young women are on the way home from school. Two of them are wearing berets with a button that bears their school insignia. The woman in the centre is named Bela. Narrative: The young women were friends of donor.
Left to Right: Mrs. Leo (Sophie Lipnitz) Livingstone, Mrs. Herbert (Eva Friedman) Vineberg, Mrs. Arthur I. (Teresa Samuel) Livingstone, Miss Gladys Livingstone, Mrs. Bertram (Ruth Livingstone) Jacobs. Children: David Solomon, Constance Friedman, Lewis Fineberg. May 16,1922.
The Canadian Jewish Times: Canadian Jewish Women's and Bazaar souvenir number. In commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Baron de Hirsch Institute and the Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society. Includes article "The Jew - Real and Imaginary" (p. 21-24) written by Belle Maud de Sola, wife of Clarence I. de Sola. 80 pages. With advertisements. Photo credits: Rembrandt Studio, St. Catherine Street West, Montreal
The Prime Minister of Quebec, Mr. René Lévesque, requests the pleasure of the company of Mr. B.J. Finestone at breakfast at the Restaurant Le Parlementaire de l'Hotel du Parlement, Quebec City. On the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Declaration granting equal rights and privileges to persons of the Jewish religion in Lower Canada.