Colour photograph depicts the British Columbia Lung Association - First JCC, 2675 Oak Street.
Black and white image depicts barns, out-buildings and a house at the Grandview Poultry Farm.
B&W photograph depicts a man in a canoe with a building on the rocky shore in the background.
There is a hand written caption on the side of the negative which appears to read, "[illegible] H. J. Cabin. L. Frank."
B&W photograph depicts a horse pulling a man in a buggy with a house in the background.
Caption on original negative sleeve reads, "Mrs. D. C. McGregor 'Lady Galore' lead "Pepperpot" wheel 1914."
Although negative sleeve says it is a woman, Mrs. D. C. McGregor, photograph is of a man, perhaps Mr. McGregor as the house is the same residence as LF.40696
B&W photograph depicts a woman on horseback in front of a building.
Caption on original negative sleeve reads, "Miss Ruth McClain on 'Empress Sonia' in front of Irish Fuselier Armory on W. Georgia 1914"
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.
B&W photograph depicts a horse drawn buggy with people sitting in it, in front of a building where the front reads, "Pioneer Furniture, A. I. Bind."
Image featured in Cyril Leonoff's "An Enterprising Life Leonard Frank Photographs 1895 - 1944."