Metropolitan Andrij Sheptytckyj (Andrei Sheptytskyj) is seated, facing the camera. He is clean-shaven. Beneath the photo, a subtitle identifies him as the Metropolitan of Galicia. The back of the print bears the stamp of the Archeparchy library, and the remnants of a glued label.
Metropolitan Andrij Sheptytckyj (Andrei Sheptytskyj) sits with Colonel Guzhekovsky on the left and Archduke Wilhelm von Habsburg, known as Colonel Vyshyvany on the right. Small pictures of the Metropolitan appear to be on the wooden wall in the background. Identification is written in pencil on the back of the print/card.
Photo postcard of Sich Riflemen before a crowd of military personnel and Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytskyj, Ukraine, October 28, 1917. Black and white sepia-toned print; date written on front. Identifying information on the back.
Photo postcard of Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytskyj entering a convertible where a military figure is seated, Lviv, Ukraine, September 1, 1917. A large crowd, including other military figures, are behind them. Hand-written description in Ukrainian on the left face of photo. Hand-written date on the back, indelible pencil.
Metropolitan Andrij Sheptytckyj (Andrei Sheptytskyj) with Reverend Lev Sembrayovych in Winnipeg, Manitoba, during the Metropolitan's second visit to Canada. The back of the card bears identification written in pencil.
Black and white photo postcard of seven clergy seated in a field, Winnipeg, Manitoba, September 1921. Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytskyj is seated in the centre of the photo and Bishop Nykyta Budka seated third from the right.