Accession consists of a group photo of Ray Havelock with other young men of Balfour Lodge with identifying information, a photo of Ray Havelock with Allan White and Toronto Mayor Nathan Phillips, and a photo of Ray Havelock with United Synagogue Day School students at Beth Tzedec Synagogue.
001: Ray Havelock presents shofar to USDS students, Beth Tzedec Synagouge, (Toronto, ON), ca. 1961. Identified in photo are Ray Havelock, Director of Youth (left) and Kenny Orenstein (right).
002: Members of Balfour Lodge, young men’s fundraising drive, (Toronto, ON), 1960. Photo by Barsky. Text written on reverse indicates that the photo was used for Havelock’s editorial entitled “Hogwash”. Identified in the photo: Back row (L to R): Earl Levi, Cy Flacks, Al White, Sheldon Greenberg and Lionel Miskin. Middle row (L to R): Roy Havelock, Joel Greenspan, Tom Shatsky, Henry (Shlomie) Goldbach. Front row (L to R): Leonard Sigel and Charles (Chuck) Freedman.
Havelock annotated a photocopy of this photograph identifying the eventual professions of these young men aged 17-21. Back row (L to R): Earl Levi (Chemist), Cy Flacks (Engineer), Al White (Bookkeeper), Sheldon Greenberg (TV production and Engineering), Lionel Miskin(Lawyer and member of Jewish Scholar Society). Middle row (L to R): Roy Havelock, Joel Greenspan (accountant), Tom Schatsky (worked for CIDA, Canadian International Development Agency, executive for Oxfam), Henry (Shlomie) Goldbach (Accountant and CJC). Front row (L to R): Leonard (Len) Sigal (accountant) and Charles (Chuck) Freedman (economist, Deputy Governor, Bank of Canada).
003: Balfour Lodge publicity photo, “Beacon of Hope” campaign, (Toronto, ON), ca. 1964. Photo by Mayfair Camera Centre. Identified in the photo are Alan White, Mayor Nathan Phillips and Ray Havelock.