Series consists of various descriptions of the content in the photographs, inventories of the photographs, and guides for managing photography as well as the photographs collected by the St. Albert Historical Society.
Image depicts a view of Mission Hill, looking north on a dirt road that is roughly leading to where Perron Street is today. The inscription on the verso of the copy print indicates that after 1887 - 1st convent demolished and before 1892 - centre portion of convent added.
Ross Portrait and Landscape photographer, Calgary, Alta.
Image depicts the street car used on the Edmonton to St. Albert inter-urban railway which operated between 1913 and 1914. The train entered St. Albert near the present day Grandin Road, turned onto St. Michael Street to the present Bank of Montreal. Image used in The Black Robe's Vision on page 319.