B&W photograph depicts a man in a buggy being pulled by a horse.
Original negative sleeve reads, "19, 22 Horse "Perfect Dream" Owner: Gen. A. D. McRae. Dr. Frye driving 1914. Note: photogr. taken in front of "Hycroft" McRae residence (in No. 19 at right)."
B&W photograph depicts a photograph of Edward, Prince of Wales in a military uniform shaking hands with a man in a kilt.
Man in military uniform shaking hands with man in kilt is Edward, Prince of Wales on his 1919 or 1927 trip to Canada.
B&W photograph depicts men in military uniforms with a car on the left side of the image.
Man in military uniform in the front of the group is Edward, Prince of Wales on his 1919 Canada. Image was used in Cyril Leonoff's "An Enterprising Life" on page 32.
B&W photograph depicts a group of women and one man on horseback in a field.
Caption on original negative sleeve read, "Riding class 1914 Stanley Park."
Original 5" x 7" glass plate negative is silvering/mirroring extensively.
Leonard Frank partnered with Orville J. Rognon to form the Commerical Photo Company between about 1918 and 1919, after he moved to Vancouver from Alberni.