Two images displayed and photographed together; both images are of Indigenous individuals in traditional dress. One appears to have been taken in a studio; the other is an out-of-doors scene which includes views of a horse and teepees.
Jim Delaney on horseback in forefront, poses with several Indigenous men, two also on horseback, on Jasper Avenue and Grierson Street (101st Avenue). Buildings in the background include houses and the Columbia House and Nova Scotian Hotels. Also partially
Photograph of a copy of a Paul Kane painting, described as follows by the National Gallery of Canada: "Big Snake, Chief of the Blackfoot Indians, Recounting his War Exploits to Five Subordinate Chiefs".