This accession consists of seventeen electronic copies of photographs taken at the wedding of William Freedman and Eunice Garshowitz. The ceremony took place at the Shaw Street Synagogue in Toronto. The photographs depict the bride and groom; the bridal party, including sister Goldie Greenspan-Glayt (nee Garshowitz), cousin Judy Miller (nee Halpern); and the best man, Gord Rosenberg; as well as the groom's father Abe Freedman; the bride's great uncle Sam Garshowitz; and her parents, Max and Freda Garshowitz. Many of the photographs were taken inside the synagogue.
William Freedman was born in North Bay on 27 August 1926. He moved to Toronto to attend the University of Toronto. In 1948, he married Eunice Garshowitz of Hamilton who was living in Toronto with her family at the time. Shortly thereafter, the couple moved back to North Bay, where Bill ran a furniture store and, later, a government surplus store. They had four boys, Shelly, Larry, Paul, and Steven.
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