Postcard format (Christmas card). Pictures Ethel Barwise (teacher at Smithers Public School) fishing at Silver Lake on Hudson Bay Mountain. Card reads: "Changes may come and still we send / The old-time wish from friend to friend. Hearty Christmas Greetings and all Good Wishes for your Happiness and Welfare in the Coming Year. Smithers, B.C."
Postcard format. Writing on the back reads: "My dear Daddy, Can you find the kiddo "schoolgirl" among this group? We had this taken at the masquerade on Friday. Just after we unmasked [Gerty?] bobbed down + so wasn't in it. Fondest love, Hetty." Written by school teacher Ethel Barwise who is third from the left in the back row.
Pekoe (Picco) was carrying mail to Cronin Mine in the Babine Mountains when he got caught in a snowslide. Pekoe (Picco) would carry the mail into Silverking, over Hyland Pass and down into the mine. His body wasn't found until the following summer.
Written on the back: "Smithers B.C. 26.10.16" "This is a view of Smithers Bob taken from a hill lying to the South. It is call "The Bluff". Last Sunday we went up there & took our lunch & lit a camp fire. I knitted socks for the soldiers. Is it better to do good on the Sabbath? Haven't we a fine Round House in Smithers? I'll show you all the interesting places on the p.c. soon Love Hetty(?)"
A mock trial in the Methodist (United) Church. Identified subjects (not necessarily in order): Rev. Franks, W.S. Henry, Bill Henry (back row, second from left), Ed Henry (back row, third from left), Bill Doodson (back row, fifth from left), Bob Griffith, Ernie Hill, Ernie Hann, George Smith, Ed Kenney, Joe Greer (front row, fist on left), Fred Rogers