B&W photograph depicts a man, President of the United States Warren Harding, and a woman, Mrs. Harding, departing a ship.
This image seems to correspond to a group of captions on a letter from Leonard Frank Photos titled, "President Harding's Visit to Vancouver, B.C. July 26th 1923." Although it is numbered 31-A, this image seems to correspond to "5. Mrs. Harding & Pres. Harding leaving U.S. Transport Henderson."
B&W photograph depicts a group of men in suits gathered around one man and one woman who are President Warren Harding and Mrs. Harding on their July 26th 1923 trip to Vancouver.
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 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.