There are three building, the middle one with a bell tower and sign which reads "Biggar Public School" There are adults and children standing on the steps of the middle building and walking all around it; and a car is parked in front Three children can be seen in the foreground Written on the bottom: "1923" Written on the back in black ink: "R.N.Blaikie"
A view of the town Biggar, Saskatchewan taken from the south end of town in the rail yard Written on the bottom of the photo: "Biggar Sask. 1912 & 13" Written on the back in black and red ink :"R.N. Blaikie 1912-13."
Approximately five rows of train cars are in the foreground and the town of Biggar, SK can be seen in the background Written on the back in pencil: "CN yard - Biggar 8[circled] ? Date" Written on the back in black ink: "R.N. Blaikie"
Six buildings beside dirt roads can be seen Three signs on some of the buildings read from right to left: "Canadian Restaurant Restaurant"; "The Biggar Hotel"; "Empire Hotel" Written on the bottom: "First Ave Biggar Sask" Written on the back in black ink: "R.N. Blaikie"
People standing in front of a burned down building on Main Street, Biggar, SK Written at the top in red ink: "1917" Written on the back in blue ink: "R.N. Blaikie" Written on the back in pencil: "HH Ellis store next City meat market GA Gerhart owner/proprietor of Poolroom since 1910. Henny & Messer Bought Jan 20th 1913 Poolroom/Barber & Miller Bros next Jan 28, 1915 Independent/ Fire Fighter notes 13[circled] ?Any details?" Written in pencil on a white sticker on the back: "Cut off 1917 (its wrong)"