Photograph is a group portrait showing a number of men and women at an archery event at Jericho Beach. Individuals identified are: Mayor L.D. Taylor, eighth from the right and Alderman E.W. Dean in centre of group.
Individuals identified are: L.D. Taylor (far left), George J. Fowler (second from left) and Annie Fowler (second from right). Photograph likely taken outside the Fowlers' home at 1436 14th Avenue West.
Photograph shows two men inside the truck, with two uniformed men on motorcycles and several men in suits and uniforms standing next to the truck. Sign on side of truck reads: "Mexico to Canada, Border to Border Run."
File consists of images of early Vancouver, including Gastown, Hastings Mill, Granville Street, Burrard Inlet, Prospect Point, the first City Council, arrival of the first C.P.R. train, Cordova Street, and Mount Pleasant.
Photograph shows J.W. Horne Real Estate men, who are selling Vancouver lots, standing on, and next to, a large cut down tree. The men include H.A. Jones, A.W. Ross, Mr. Stiles, Dr. Port, J.W Horne, Mr. Henorickson [Hendrickson], and U.S. Consul.