The collection consists of 15 photographs of the Banff area including views of "Beehive Mountain", a waterfall at "Johnson's Creek", a canoe, and the Banff Springs Hotel; a photograph of Vancouver; a photograph of Santa Monica featuring electric street lights; a photograph of New York Woolworth Building; two photographs of unidentified women; and two photographs of an unidentified harbor. The photographs date from ca. 1918 and were taken by an unknown photographer.
The collection consists of five photographs featuring views of Edmonton during a flood in 1915 including Currie Street, Edmonton Boat Building Co, 5th Street Bridge, Low Level Bridge, and Ross Flats from McDougall Hill.
The collection consists of materials related to the operation of the Florence Hotel in Killiam, Alberta created by Theo Skagen dating from 1916 to 1926, a negative of the Parliament Building by J.A. Brown dating from 1920, a copy of a map of the Westmount neighborhood in Edmonton circa 1910, a map of the Yellowhead Highway from Edmonton to Lloydminster, Alberta dating from the 1960s, and a photograph of Morley, Alberta taken by A.W. "Nick" Carter in 1920.