Photograph of WWI soliders marching down Rosser Avenue. The photograph looks easts from 9th Street. Businesses and buildings in the photograph include John McDonald Clothing Store, W.E Crawford (jeweler), the Diamond Hall, Empire Hotel, Imperial Hotel, John McDonald Clothing Store, and The Patricia (candy and ice cream).
Postcard picturing group of Canadian soldiers posing with guns; appear to be First World War era; wearing uniforms; back of postcard reads, "The was taken at Salsbury Camp in England, could be a few from Brandon!"
Aerial photograph of 9th Street and Princess Avenue. The old Brandon City Hall is pictured left-of-centre with a "Welcome" sign on the front. The Prince Edward Hotel (red building) is pictured right-of-centre. Businesses pictured include Andrew Smith Tailor, Churchill Barber Shop, Williams Lumber & Fuel Co. Ltd., Cosmopolitan Chambers, Playalls, and S. Rosenman Auctioneer. The Brandon Hotel is across Princess Avenue from the Prince Edward Hotel.
Aerial photograph of 8th Street and Rosser Avenue. Businesses pictured along Rosser from left to right include the Teco Store, Smith's Drug Store, Modern Department Store, Christie School Supply Limited, The Mitrous Cafe and Tea Room. Buildings in the background: the fire hall, Dr. Ross, Pays to Paint, and the Beaubier Hotel.
Photograph of a horse-drawn wagon in front of the A.E. McKensie Seeds building filled with wooden boxes for the Canadian Siberian Expeditionary Force to fight against the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia between 1918 and 1919. Written on the boxes: "Canadian Economic Commission Siberia. c/o L.D. Wilgress, Canadian Government Trade Commissioner. Sulfunskaya Street, No.10, Vladivostok, Siberia. Via Steamer "Cyclops" - Vancouver."