Photograph of Mayor Fleming driving the first spike for the Brandon Municipal Street Railway on 10th Street. Visible in the background are the Bank of British North America, the Canadian Bank of Commerce, the Smith Block, the Cecil Hotel, and the Sun Building.
Composite photograph of the 1923 Brandon City Council members. Pictured are: G.W. Epton, M. McKenzie, J.M. Robertson, J.B. Curran, Fred H. Young, Robt. Crawford, H.L. Patmore, G.B. Coleman, J.B. Hales, J.D. Kennedy, City Clerk G.F. Sykes, and Mayor H.W. Cater.
Photograph of the Street Railway tracks being lain on the corner of 10th and Rosser Avenue (looking east), October 1911. Businesses in the photograph include the Bank of Montreal, W.H. Howey & Co. and Christie's.
Men laying street car tracks on 10th Street in October, 1911. Photograph was taken looking north down 10th Street. Visible businesses from left to right include Campbell & Campbell Furniture Company, The Bank of Montreal Chambers, YMCA Central Reading Room, George Café, and the Ione Cigar Factory.
Photograph of a public reception for the H.R.H. Duke of Connaught and Strathearn's visit to Brandon in 1912. The photograph shows a large crowd gathered at Brandon City Hall (9th Street and Princess Avenue), including the Manitoba Mounted Rifles performing the Guard of Honour.
Photograph of a street car at the corner of 10th Street and Rosser Avenue. Photograph looks northwest. Visible businesses include the Canadian Bank of Commerce, the Canadian Pacific Railway ticket office, W. J. Young (grocer), the John E. Smith Block, and Model Repair Works. Also in the photograph is an automobile, horse-drawn buggies, and a police officer directing traffic.