B&W print depicts Jeanette, Mrs. Ann Snider and two unknown men posing in front of one of Mrs. Snider's tailor shops. There is a sign on the left of the image which says: "Highest Price Paid for Mens Clothing". The Store is written on the bottom of the image.
B&W print depicts Mrs. Ann Snider and two unknown men posing in front of one of Mrs. Snider's tailor shops. There are several signs on the building including a sign that says: "B.C. Clothiers and Tailors 311".
Colour photograph depicts the front entrance and display window of the National Council of Jewish Women's Thrift Shop at 1047 Robson Street. Helen Goldberg and Rose Silverman are standing at the front door.
Black and white photograph depicts The Hub, men's clothing store. Caption on verson reads: "Max Freeman - original owner of business called Hub - previously called "Tiny Dog" owned by Grossman. Founded in 1876 by Joshua Levy in a tent right after the fire. Fire was 1886.
Black and white image of shoppers at Reitman's in on Granville St.
Streetview shows display windows of Reitman's clothing store; mannequins in windows display spring fashions; die cuts on window read "Reitman's WHERE SMART WOMEN SHOP"
Black and white image of shoppers at Reitman's in Brentwood Shopping Centre.
Interior shot shows mostly female shoppers in dreary looking shop, crowded racks of clothing advertising opening day specials.