Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a street scene with people, cars and shop fronts.
Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a destroyed Syrian car, as a result of the Six Day War, in Golan Heights.
Black and white photograph depicts members of the Canadian Legion, Shalom Branch No. 178, taking Vets from the Shaughnessy Hospital to the Harrison Hot Springs. Left-Right: Ralph Greenberg, Harold Appleton, ?, Chuck Kemp, ?, ?, ?, Charles (Charlie) Gurvich, ?, ?.
Black and white photograph depicts Canadian highway, first western post planted, Alberni, Vancouver Island.
Black and white photograph, Camp Hatikvah, group in Arthur Goldberg's 'Arts' Car', including Arthur Goldberg and Harold Lenett. Man on far left identified as Arthur Goldberg; Harold Lenett is second from left.
B&W photograph depicts a man stepping out of a car with men surrounding him lifting off their hats and Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the background.
Man is possibly Prince of Wales or Prince George on their 1927 visit to Vancouver, of which Leonard Frank has numerous other photographs. Also possibly Edward, Prince of Wales on his 1919 trip to Canada, which Leonard Frank also has other photographs of.