Leonard Frank Photos Studio fonds
Black and white photograph depicts Canadian highway, first western post planted, Alberni, Vancouver Island.
Black and white photograph depicts a Purim Carnival at Lester Court; Ruth Mahrer crowned Queen Esther by Mayor Taylor, at right is Morris Soskin and Rabbi Wohlgelernter (wearing spectacles).
Black and white image of the Spencer's Remnants Pipe Band marching down the 500 block of Granville Street, past Tod & Manning storefront and Maxine's Hat Shop, during the royal visit of their majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
B&W photograph depicts a man standing.
Hand written caption on lantern slide reads, "H. S. Clements M. P. Comox - Atlin."
H. S. Clements is most likely Herbert Slyvester Clements (November 8, 1865 - November 30, 1939), Conservative MP for Comox - Atlin from 1911 to 1917 (when the riding was redistrubed to Comox - Alberni) until 1921. Port Clements in Haida Gwaii is named after him.
B&W photograph depicts a dog sitting beside a sign post that reads, "Canadian Highway."
Hand written caption on bottom of lantern slide reads, "What we have we'll hold." This photograph used in the Cyril E. Leonoff's "An Enterprising Life: Leonard Frank Photographs 1895 - 1944" with the caption: "Canadian Highway post and guard dog, Alberni, Vancouver Island, May 4, 1912."
B&W photograph depicts a portrait of a man.
Hand written caption on bottom of lantern slide reads, "R. P. Wallis" and "Photo by Leonard Frank, Alberni."
R. P. Wallis is most likely Richard Pateman Wallis, a Conservative MLA for the riding of Alberni, elected January 24, 1918.
B&W photograph depicts a portrait of a woman. On original film negative, which has been attached to glass plate with tape, there is another woman beside her in a circular vingnette.
Negative is film attached to a glass plate which has a portion painted out.
B&W photograph depicts a man, President of the United States Warren Harding, and a woman, Mrs. Harding, departing a ship.
This image seems to correspond to a group of captions on a letter from Leonard Frank Photos titled, "President Harding's Visit to Vancouver, B.C. July 26th 1923." Although it is numbered 31-A, this image seems to correspond to "5. Mrs. Harding & Pres. Harding leaving U.S. Transport Henderson."