Postcard of several people posing on a felled giant fir tree. Caption on postcard : "THIS FIR GIANT MEASURED 417 FT. IN HEIGHT WITH A CLEAR 300 FT. TO THE FIRST LIMB. AT THE BUTT IT WAS 25 FT. THROUGH WITH BARK 16 IN. THICK. ITS CIRCUMFERENCE BEING 77 FT.; 207 FT. FROM THE GROUND ITS DIAMETER WAS 9 FEET. FELLED NEAR VANCOUVER IN AUGUST '95 BY GEORGE CARY, WHO IS SEEN UPON THE LADDER." Handwritten inscription below caption : "1895" and inscription on verso : "Sam Steeves / 406 . 3rd ave / New Westminster"
Photograph on a card. The front of the card reads "Season's Greetings". The photograph is attached to the inside of the card with an accompanying note from Leonard Frank studios on how the business has been taken over following the deaths of Leonard and Bernard Frank.
Photograph of a man (Fred Nardin) with surveying equipment standing next to a house. Alex Philip is standing on the porch. The annotation on the reverse reads "Fred Nardin who built our house at 2950 Trinity St, 1911, Alex on porch."
Jean Tapley, Elsie Philip and an unknown woman outside Myrtle & Alex's Vancouver home. The annotation on the reverse written by Myrtle reads "Jean, Elsie, ?, our home, 2950 Trinity St, Vancouver, 1912."