"D Company" feature includes a history of the company, a list of members, company notes, and photographs. Photograph of battalion may be similar to a photograph mentioned in August 1916 letter (File 2, item 4).
The April 20, 1955 "Rails-to-Rubber" issue of The Buzzer, the publication of the British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd. Pamphlet announces the retirement of Vancouver's street cars, and describes the history of transportation in Vancouver. Also included are many photographs showing Vancouver in the past.
Photograph depicts from L-R Eileen Cristall, Retta Krasnoff, Shirley Diner. The three women are standing in what is probably their booth at the Hadassah Bazaar which is what appears to be a Hawaiian or South Pacific themed booth. There is a sign over their heads that says: 'Grass Shack'. This image came from Shirley Diner's daughter Lynne Altman.
A programme of Oliver Goldsmith's play, "She Stoops to Conquer", held at Britannia High School on April 27 and 28, 1917. On page 3 of programme, Mr. Seidelman is listed as the agriculturalist in the "Science Super Six" group.