Photograph is looking north northwest along 10th Street to Pacific Avenue. Visible are: Pollock Beauty School, Tru-Art for Beauty, Beneficial Financial Systems Loans, Kresge's, Scotia Towers, Cecil Hotel, CPR Station, and the signs for Stylerite, Trifon's Pizza and Spaghetti House, and McCallum's Jewellers.
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Photograph shows seven men posing in front of a wood-framed shack on 10th Street. The men are wearing three-piece suits or vests and long-sleeved shirts. One man can be seen holding an axe another a saw. A double ox-team wagon is in front of the structure.
Writing on the back of the photograph reads: 10th St. May 1882, Brandon. Photograph is stamped Public Archives Canada.
Photograph of 10th Street facing north from Princess Avenue. Vehicles are parallel parked on both sides of the street. The Welcome Brandon sign can be seen at the Rosser Avenue intersection.
Visible businesses on the west side of 10th Street include: Doig's, Box Brothers Hardware and Allied Hardware Stores in the Alexandra Block; followed by Simpsons-Sears in the Strathcona Block. Barry Neill Men's Wear, Kresge's and the Cecil Hotel are also visible. The Johnny Smith Block is visible in the background.
Visible businesses on the east side of 10th Street include: Ollies Steaks and Chops, Elna Sewing Centre, Carlton Cafe, Chop Suey. At the base of the hill the Canadian Pacific train station is visible at the base of the hill.
Writing on the front of the postcard reads: Tenth St. Brandon, Man.