Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a church with a sign that states: "Greenock Church, Finished June 1524" and a clock on the steeple.
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts cars on a street and a store with a red and white awning and a sign that states: "Variety Store Ltd., English China, Woolens, Souvenirs, Gifts".
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a white building with several signs on it, including signs that depict lobsters and a sign that states: Market Wharf, Administered by the Town St. Andrew as a Public Service", as well as a truck with a New Brunswick license plate.
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a street with cars and buildings on either sides. There is a large tree on the right side behind the first building.
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a sign that states: "Stickney's Wedgewood Store" with cars on the left and buildings on the right in the background.
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a pamphlet that says: "St. Andrew By-The-Sea New Brunswick" and has a picture of water with buildings and trees in the background.
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a sign with a cutout of a man wearing a blue coat and hat on the left and a sign on the right that says: Tourism New Brunswick, Tourisme Nouveau Brunswick: Visit the Wharf Museum" and "Welcome to the World Famous Reversing Falls Rapids, Saint John New Brunswick".
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a sign that reads at the top: "One of the World's Great Natural Wonders: The Tidal Shore of the Petitcodiac".
Colour Kodachrome 35mm slide depicts a pamphlet which states: New Brunswick - Atlantic Canada" and "Nouveau-Brunswick - Dans Les Provinces de L'Atlantique".
Black and white photograph depicts William Moscovitz (second from right). William Moscovitch was a sports enthusiast. He played for the Vancouver Blue Bombers in 1946 when they won the BC junior football crown, and was a curler for the Kimberly team in the mid-1950s. Moscovitz played second on the Harold Jordan British Columbia Curling Champion Rink of 1956. (See Leonoff, Cyril, Pioneers, Pedlars and Prayer Shawls (1970), pg. 199).