Sub-series consists of depictions and portraits of individuals such as William Lyon Mackenzie King at Cambridge University, England, receiving an honorary LL D degree; the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York to Hamilton, Ontario; visit to Canada by H.R.H the Prince of Wales, 1919; visit and opening by the Prince of Wales of the Peace Bridge, 1927; Sir Arthur George Doughty with views of the Public Archives building, Ottawa, Ontario; Major-General Daniel Butterfield, U.S. Army; Captain Joseph-Elzéar Bernier; the Duke of Connaught while Governor-General of Canada; General Sir Arthur W. Currie; Lady Sybil Grey; Earl Curzon of Kedleston; Isabella Valancy Crawford; Sir Charles Tupper; President Theodore Roosevelt; Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur George Doughty and Major Gustave Lanctôt; Earl Grey while Governor General of Canada; H.M. King George V and Queen Mary; Mrs. W.M. Macpherson; Brigadier-General Joseph Hooker, U.S. Army; Major-General Edwin V. Sumner, U.S. Army; Brigadier-General Fitz-John Porter, U.S. Army; the Prince of Wales and Prince George; Sir John A. Macdonald; autographed portrait of H.R.H. Princess Alexandra, 1886; Sir Arthur George Doughty; Empress Louise of Germany; Lord Alfred Tennyson; V.C. Barker in a plane at Leaside, Toronto, Ontario; H.R.H. the Prince of Wales at Winnipeg, 1919; Sarah Bernhardt at a battlefield, ca. 1915; Lieutenant Shaw firing a new Browning machine gun, Los Angeles Exhibition, 1918; Sir Wilfrid Laurier; M. and Mme. Louis-Philippe Pelletier; Lieutenant-Colonel P.M. O'Leary, C.E.F.; Mackenzie King; Mackenzie King and four others at the Unknown Soldiers Grave, Paris, France; Archbishop Mathieu; General Pershing; Alice Holford, Lady Grey; portrait of an unidentified woman.