Black and white image of the intersection at Granville St. and W. 16th Ave. Streetview shows woman leaning against lamp post on sidewalk at intersection labeled "16TH AVE. W." and "GRANVILLE ST."; two cars passing opposite directions through intersection; north view of Granville St. in background.
Black and white image of damaged vehicles in an industrial area, probably East Vancouver, just past Strathcona. Landscape shows vehicles parked in rear of house; most vehicles dented, approximately two are substantially damaged; sign on warehouse across street from house reads "DAVIS TRADING & SUPPLY CO." [located on Grant Street, East Vancouver].
Black and white image of Louis Brier in a convertible parked in front of an ice cream shop. Louis Brier was the "unknown" benefactor of the Jewish community. He was the owner of the "first and only steam motor car in Lynn Valley", cites Cyril E. Leonoff in his book Pioneers, Pedlars and Prayer Shawls (1978). The building in the background was erected by Brier at the corner of Mountain Highway and Lynn Valley Road.