Photographs of work being done on various building and public works projects. This includes work at the Union Stock Yards, work on a City pipeline, work on a sewer in Tuxedo, work being done on a septic tank for the Ninette Sanatorium, and work being done on a sump pump in Port Arthur (Thunder Bay), Ontario. Also included are a small number of photographs of leisure activities in unknown rural locations. Photographs are all similar in style and may have been taken by a single, unidentified photographer.
A collection of promotional stereograms produced by the T. Eaton Company, showing various scenes and operations at its store and factories in Winnipeg. This includes images of Eaton’s main department store on Portage Avenue, both inside and outside, the company’s factories throughout the City and work being done in them, as well as street scenes of Winnipeg. The stereograms are numbered from one to fifty and have descriptive text on their reverse.
Two stereograms produced by the Keystone View Company, which had offices in New York State, Oregon, London, and Sydney. The stereograms are numbered, indicating they are part of a larger series of images and show Winnipeg street scenes, along with information about Winnipeg on their reverse.
Photographs of various Winnipeg buildings, such as fire stations and the Land Titles building, and scenes of streets such as Broadway. The photographs appear to be reproductions, some marked as being from the Archives of Manitoba.