B&W print (photograph proof sheet) depicts a band playing on a stage at a Congregation Beth Israel event.
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts two unknown men who are wearing what appears to be Grecian or Roman costumes and one of the men is playing the saxophone. Snider #24 is written in red on the slide.
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a sign made out of orange material with black stripes and the words "Leos, will tear, those Meece's to Piece's" painted in white. There is a marching band in the background on a football field. This image was likely taken at the 1964 Grey Cup in Toronto, Ontario.
Colour photograph depicts Ben Dayson's 80th birthday at the Ole Cantina Restaurant in Richmond. Ben Dayson is standing in the middle, holding a violin upside down.
Colour photograph depicts an unidentified man (left) with Austrian-born Canadian musician (pianist, music teacher, composer, and conductor), Anton Kuerti (right) holding a piece of art.