A Battery of Pasturizers in the Plant
A Group of Milkers on Frasea Farms - Clean - Husky - Immaculate
A Picture of a Few of the Many Hundreds of Banners, Ribbons and Trophies Won by the Famous Grauer Herds at Exhibitions in Canada and the United States
Aerial Photo of Main Dairy Buildings
Bill Child, Herdsman Washing a Cow's Udder Prior to the Milking Procedure
Dairyman Sampling and Testing Milk for Butter Fat and Bacteria. Assuring the Highest Grade Milk Possible
Engine Control Panel - Test House - B.A.E.L and C.W.L. - Sea Island, B.C.
Frank Way, first Customs Officer, Sea Island Airport and Keith Rider, pilot
Frasea Louise Wayne Being Milked the Modern Way by Sanitary Milking Machine Where the Milk Does Not Come Into Contact With Human Hands or With Air
Fraser Ave. bridge over North Arm - Fraser River
G.W.G. McConachie and Mrs. W.G. McConachie before pre-inaugural flight of the "Empress of Sydney" to Australia.
George Grauer, Jr. Milking One of the Prides of the Herd, Many Times a Grand Champion for J. Grauer and Sons - Her Name is Samaritan's Belle
How the Bottles are Washed and the Milk is Bottled. Automatic Soaker Washer. Vacuum Bottle Filler and Capper.
International Air Terminal, Vancouver
Mayor R.H. Gale and his two sons [in front of] Curtiss J.N.4 two seater bi-plane]
Mr. A. Maclachlan, Miss Bow and Mr. Frank Way [on tarmac] for United Airlines inauguration of air express service between Canada and the United States
Mr. Maclachlan [on tarmac] for United Airlines inauguration of air express service between Canada and the United States
Mr. Way bids Pilot Rider farewell and good luck on the first non-stop flight between Canada and Mexico.
One of The Jersey Herds Tied in One of the Sunlit Barns Ready to Be Milked
One of the Holstein Herds in Comfortable Sanitary Quarters on the Frasea Farms
One of the Jersey Herds Standing at Ease in Pasture Looking North Towards Vancouver
Opening Day of Vancouver International Airport
Opening day at Brighouse Race Track
Orison Davis Sweet [and] Alice Sexsmith Sweet
Panorama of Dairy - Barns - Buildings
Panorama of Dairy - Barns - Buildings
Part of the Fleet of the Special Delivery Trucks Operated by Frasea Farms
Passengers on the First Revenue Flight of Trans-Canada Airlines
Piggery. The Interior View of the Up-To-Date Hog House Where the Famous Yorkshire Pork is Produced.
Pure Bred Holsteins and Jerseys are Bred at Frasea Farms and all the Females are Raised for Future Milk Producers in the Herd
Sea Island Airport Airdrome [hangar]
Seven Beauties Imported From the Island of Jersey By J. Grauer and Sons Forming Part of the Foundation of the Famous Grauer Herds
Standard's Phamon - One of the Nobility From Jersey Island - You Can Tell by the Jewellery Around Her Horns
The "Empress of Auckland", C.P.A. transpacific aircraft, on tarmac at Vancouver Airport.
The Cattle Have Names at Frasea Farms Because they are Pure Bred. Their Milk Production is Weighed Each Day and Accurate Records are Kept of Their Lifetime Production
The Dyke at London's, Lulu Island, B.C.
The Exterior View of Frasea Farms Modern Piggery
The Hospital. Any Cow in the Herd that Becomes Ill is Isolated in the Hospital until Completely Cured and Then is Returned Back to the Herd
The Huge Milk Cooler Where the Pasturized Milk is Cooled From 145 Degrees Down to 40 Degrees While Passing Over this Cooler. This Cooler is Enclosed with Stainless Steel and Glass
The Morning Mash at Frasea is Rich in Vitamins, Calcium and Nutrients that the Cows can Assimilate to Produce a Rich and Healthy Milk
The Storage Room. Milk is Stored in a Cold Temperature Here Until Delivered to the Customers
Vancouver Rifle Association Team - Defenders of Kamloops Challenge Cup
View of Main Dairy Buildings - Looking East
William M. Stark [at the controls of a Curtiss Exhibition-Type Pusher Biplane at Minoru Park]
Women go to work at the Sea Island plant of Boeing aircraft to help build Catalina PB4s
["Gilmore the Record Breaker" airplane taking off on the first non-stop flight to Mexico from the Vancouver Airport]
["The Flying Seven"]
[A Canadian Olympic Team member greets a woman at the airport]
[A Canadian Pacific Airlines employee unrolls a carpet for Queen Elizabeth to walk on]