Black and white image of the course of construction on the Port Mann Bridge. Barge loaded with steel girders being towed by tug boat "GANDER" through False Creek; Canadian National train station and north east False Creek waterfront in background.
Individuals seated (L-R) are: E.V. Bodwell, (His Honor) Edgar Dewdney (Lieut-Gov. of B.C.), Mrs. Dewdney, Mrs. E.V. Bodwell, Mrs. David Oppenheimer [nee Julia Walters], Mrs. H.J. Cambie, unidentified person, Mrs. Isaac Oppenheimer (Celia), Mrs. Rose Townley (Mrs. Grange Holt), Miss Annie Bodwell (Mrs. Sherlock), (His Worship) David Oppenheimer, James Orr (M.P.), Capt. Hugh Stalker. Individuals standing (L-R) are: presumed Ald. Robert Clark, unidentified person, Ald. Thomas Dunn.
B&W photograph depicts a snowy mountain peak with a forest in the foreground.
Original negative sleeve reads, "6757 Sproat Lake, V. I. Upright Fr. Davis's with boat. Often published." At the bottom it also reads, "6757 Sproat Lake, V. I. Upright Fr. Mrs. Warks."
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.
B&W photograph depicts a large duck, goose, or swan figure floating in a body of water beside a fishing boat, which is docked at a wharf. A man in the fishing boat is controlling the bird with a pole and the bird has a sign near its head which reads, "Honk! Honk!"