They are from a grouping of letters and photos I acquired from one person's estate, someone who immigrated to Alberta Canada. In looking over everything, it seems the images of leisure and such were taken in and around Alberta and British Columbia, so much of which was a new frontier at the time just as the world was becoming modern. I think this has a lot to do with so much of the exuberance in a lot of the photo of the young people. This group of images dates to late teens and through the 1920s.
- the image of the man standing in the bustling street I think is Burrard Inlet in Vancouver dating to the late teens. The interesting sign in the background is: "Canadian Pacific Railway [CPR] Spans the World" which I think locates it so.
- the man with his car... I think that may be a Packard and by the looks of it dates the photo to perhaps 1919.
- the car in the photo with the woman seems to be a later model, dating that photo into the 30s.
All photographs in images here are included.