An embroidered postcard sent from France by First World War soldier, Laurie Smith to his niece, Phyllis Ricou (donor). The note is addressed to Phyllis from Uncle Laurie. The card was produced in Paris.
Photograph of J.D. McGregor (center) with his prize winning Aberdeen Angus cattle. Printed on border on front under the heading "A Product of Glencarnock": "Revolution 7th - First prize aged bull, Senior and Grand Champion. Black Lass Glencarnock - First prize cow and Senior Champion female. Edella of Glencarnock - First prize two-year-old heifer. Glencarnock Jessie 9th - First prize Junior yearling, Junior and Grand Champion female Chicago Inernational Exhibition, 1927. All four animals bred at Glencarnock Stock Farms, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada."
An embroidered postcard sent from France by First World War soldier, Laurie Smith to his sister. The front of the postcard is fashioned like a envelope and has "To My Dear Sister" is embroidered in blue. There is a small card inside the pocket (numbered separately as 1985.322.18b) with the phrase "Many Happy Returns" on its front.
Photographic postcard of the cast members of a play regarding the women's early struggle for voting priviledges by Brandon College Students. Woman pictured on the right side of picture is wearing a banner that reads: "Vote for Women." Photograph was taken in Clark Hall.
Photograph of 10th Street looking north toward the CPR Station. Visible buildings include: the Bank of British North America, the Bank of Commerce, the Cecil Hotel, the Brandon Sun building, the CPR Station, Campbell & Campbell Furniture Store, the Royal Bank of Canada, the Bank of Montreal, and Davidson & Gowen.
This is a photograph of The Security Block and other businesses on the 00 black of 10th street looking south; "The Security Block is a four story building but 4 story not apparent in photo" is written on back. Businesses pictured on the left: Freeman Brothers, The Scott Fruit Company, Olympia Cafe, Carlton Cafe. Businesses pictured on the right include: include Heintzman Pianos, The Strand Theatre, T & D Clothes, and the Bank of Montreal. Street is line with cars and people walking.