Caption on verso reads: "Construction man The hidden giant has grown. High above traffic, a construction worker walks without his traditional rivets." Additional annotations include : Jul 22 1963, Sep 11 1965 Box 149 #1041
Caption on verso reads: "2 girls. Native Peoples. Saddleback Family Dancers (crossed out). Abeenojig Metro Tor. Group. Dear Teacher (?). Photo property of Mariposa Folk Festival. Please Credit Marcia Colthorpe."
Construction worker excavating tunnel using drill (possibly air spade) on Sagenay St, North York, for story on work safety. Day crew "cut away at the clay soil at the face of the tunnel... they move forward six feet a day"
Image of three young people seated around a pool. Caption on verso reads: "Many miles across the ocean from the dangers of Hun bombs, young Robin Kingsley, son of Capt. Charles Kingsley, R.A.F. and Mrs. Kingsley, is shown here on the edge of the swimming pool on the farm of Mr. and Mrs. J. Grant Glassco, just north of Maple. On the diving board are Dick and June Glassco, who will be his companions "for the duration," as Robin will make his home with the Glasscos." Additional annotations include : Jul 6 - 1940 Dick & Gay Glassco 9on board) Robin Kingsley Maple Farm 3 cols 7 1/2."