1 Photograph : b&w ; 12.7 x 18 cm. This photograph is of the interior of the Fort Langley Hotel. There is a jukebox in the centre of the image, in front of a window with two sheer curtains pulled across it. Two patterned curtains are drawn back on either side of the window. To the right of the window on the wall is a mirror, hung by a wire. To the left of the window on the wall is a "FORT LANGLEY HOTEL LTD." calendar, with an image of a young woman wearing a stole. Beside the calendar on the right is a poster for the "CALGARY/ EXHIBITION &/ STAMPEDE/ JULY 11-16, 1960." The poster for the stampede includes images of a man being thrown from a bull, two people on horses, a maple leaf with writing on it, and two stars and a badge below. On the right in the photograph's foreground is a counter with a napkin holder and what might be a small fridge atop it. In front of the counter are dark coloured chairs. On the left in the foreground are two tables, covered with light coloured tablecloths with a pattern of scattered lines. The tables have glass salt, pepper, and sugar holders, and glass ashtrays. Only the glass ashtray is visible on the table closest in the foreground, while the further table displays all of these. The chairs at each table are dark in colour, leather or leather-like, with metal bolts along the backs of each chair. The walls and ceiling are light in colour, and the floors are dark.