File consists of photographs of John Diefenbaker, the 13th Prime Minister of Canada. All photographs are identical shots of Diefenbaker with some variations in development. One photograph is a group shot that is also labelled to include Neil Crawford, former executive assistant to Diefenbaker and Member of Legislative Assembly of Alberta.
File consists of photographs of an individual on a lawnmower near the grounds of St. Albert Place. Also included are photographs of Perron St. looking north towards Mission Hill. These photographs might have been a submission for a magazine or newspaper.
File consists of photographs of an old log house in the woods where the right hand side of the house has fallen in. One of the photographs was used in the Treasury Board calendar. There is variation in development of these photographs. Also included are some photographs of a well and an unidentified woman standing by a door.
File consists of a photograph of a couple of people in a visual arts studio, Laubental Studios. The photograph was used in a poster entitled, Best of St. Albert, that was made to commemorate 125 years of St. Albert in 1986.
File consists of photographs of Father Ubald Duchesneau conducting a concert. He was the Religion teacher at St. Albert Catholic High School. He also formed three musical groups: The St. Albert High Singers, People in The Crowd Harmonizing (PITCH), and Spreading Peace in Crowds Everywhere (SPICE).