B&W photograph depicts a tug boat towing a three masted sail ship in a body of water.
Hand written note on original negative sleeve reads, "Tug towing three masted Barque entering 1st Narrows, about 1920."
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."
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.
B&W photograph depicts a large group of men standing on the deck of a boat docked at a wharf, two children are present. The boat docked beside the occupied boat is the "Scenic" out of Vancouver, B.C. as noted on the life ring.