Accession consists of negatives, likely created by Gordon Mendly. Included are the Rabbi at Beth Tzedec; the Bar Mitzvah portrait of a boy named Abella; J. P. Katz; Cantor Cooper; Dr. Tanenbaum Zucker; Guttman couple; Cantor Zigelman; Joe Lottman; graduation portrait of Cantor Ephraim Rosenberg; Mr. Adler; Dr. Gerry Goldberg; Joe Levine; Cantor Rechter; Mr. [Kraizman?]; Cantor Skurka; Lili Sherizen, Q.C.; Sam Yuchtman; Isaac Matenko; Egelnick family; Mr. and Mrs. Ogden; a Canadian Jewish Congress event; the Ner Israel Yeshiva building; antisemitic graffiti painted on the Shomrai Shabbos Synagogue; the Rabbi or Principal of Eitz Chaim; the son of Jack Orenstein; a Baycrest Men's Service Club event; a B'nai Brith Toronto Lodge event; a Baycrest Men's Service Club event; and several photographs of cheques being presented to Gordon Mendly.
Identification gleaned from contents of negatives and notations on original negative sleeves.
Gordon Mendly may be the creator of these negatives given the similarity to others in his collection.