This folder contains photographic prints of people and places associated with or featured in Canadian Architect magazine between 1926-1991. The file includes portrait, candid, and architectural photographs. Photos include pictures of architects Richard Archambault, Barry V.Downs, Jean Lague, Susan Bronson, Peter Lanken, Michael Kirkland, Edward Fife, George Baird, George Farrow, Robert J. Posliff, Raymond Moriyama, George Baird, Donald Fleming, William Beddal, Leon Krier, Phyllis Lambert, Trevor Boddy, Pierre du Prey, as well as a photograph of Ernest Hemingway next to a leopard he had hunted. Photographs include portraits and group shots of "Masters and Teachers" and other Faculty of the German art school, the Bauhaus, used in an exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario called, "The Bauhaus: 50 Years," that ran from December 6 - February 1, 1970. File also contains group shots of participants in the CA Symposium in 1987 and the RAIC Symposium in 1989. Architectural photographs include five shots of buildings in Winnipeg designed by Gustavo da Roza and The Number Ten Architectural Group, two exterior shots of Coronation Park Pool in Edmonton designed by Peter Hemingway, one exterior shot of Lethbridge University designed by Arthur Erickson, one exterior shot of the Vancouver Pubic Library, one shot of Fortress Louisbourg in Nova Scotia and one of an unidentified fishing village in Newfoundland, an interior shot of a building designed by Raymond Moriyama, two interior shots of Ottawa Station, an exterior shot of superblock housing in Brasilia, two exterior shots of the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa, two shots of Place Ville Marie, a shot of downtown Vancouver, a shot of the exterior of an unidentified house, two shots of unidentified government buildings, and an unidentified shot of a spiral staircase. File also includes six sketches of the head shots of architecture faculty at the University of Toronto.