Photograph of several vehicles parked along a road. A large crowd is visible gathering in the background. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Elks Flag Day, McBride, B.C." Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Jan. 5th 1945. Dear Dad, Am working in a lumber camp, advised by Prof. Johnson and Prof Casey. Altitude about 2,300. Think I will like it, if they don't make me work to[sic] heavy. the Climate and the grub is swell. Otherwise not so hot. Bye for now. Love Will." Postcard is addressed: "To: Mr. A.W. Hockin Big Valley, Alberta. From. W. Hockin c/o E.U. Lamming McBride, B.C."
Street scene in Prince George B.C. Several Union Jack flags are visible and there is a celebration banner at the end of the street. Long shadows in photo indicate summer (perhaps Dominion Day?). River in foreground, railroad and city in mid ground and hill in background. Printed annotation on recto reads: “Prince George. B.C.”
Crowd is gathered for Dominion Day Parade. Decorated float can be seen in centre of street, and Hotel Prince Rupert stands in background. Printed annotation on recto reads: “Dominion Day Prince Rupert 1914 Photo W.W.W.” Handwritten message in ink on verso is addressed to “Mr. S. Smart 2550 Blackwood St Victoria B.C.”
Parade of uniformed men through streets. There is snow on the ground. Printed annotation on recto reads: “1st Church parade 30th Batt Earl Grey Rifles Feb 21st,15, McRae Bros,” handwritten in pencil on verso: “Prince Rupert”. Handwritten message is addressed to “Dear Grandma”.
Large crowd gathered on the street in downtown Prince Rupert around a lavishly decorated arch which reads "Come One Let 'Em All Come Come All. Welcome to Prince Rupert." Annotation on recto reads: "Arch Prince Rupert, BC. Dominion Day Celebration 1909. Allen Photo."
File contains postcards portraying life in Prince Rupert, B.C. Images depict harbour scenes, street scenes (Third Avenue, Sixth Street, Central Street, and Mainstreet), airplanes, large ships, fisheries, city aerials, parades, military, a dog sled mail team, and a frozen fishing boat.
Photograph depicts a team of Clydesdale horses pulling a decorated wagon. Printed annotation on recto reads: “Dominion Day Prince Rupert BC 1914” Handwritten annotation in pencil on verso reads: “1914 Dominion Day Prince Rupert.” Handwritten annotation in ink on verso is addressed to “Mrs. Herbert Hampton New Harvey House Niagara Falls New York” Cancelation mark on Canadian 1 cent stamp is dated: July 22, 14
Photograph depicts crowds of people walking through street, hills in background. Printed annotation on recto reads: “Centre St. Prince Rupert May Celebrations 1909, Allen Photo July 09.” Handwritten annotation in ink on recto reads: “Prince Rupert 1909”
Dock in foreground, ship in water, mountain in background. Unidentified men partially visible in foreground. Printed annotation on recto reads: “Launching of Canadian Scottis –CGM.M. 5500, ton ship at Prince Rupert B.C.”
Elevated street view of a large crowd gathered on Centre Street in Prince Rupert for Dominion Day celebrations. The Dominion Day arch is visible in the background. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Centre Street, Prince Rupert, B.C. Dominion Day Celebration."