1 photograph : b&w ; of Langley Prairie along Old Yale Road (Fraser Highway), looking south-east at Pioneer Dry Goods and Sam Brown's Barber Shop. A man, possibly Sam Brown, is standing in the front doorway entrance of his barber shop. The man is wearing a light coloured barber jacket. The Sam Brown Barber Shop has display windows on each side of the door. The windows have dark and light stripes displayed on the bottom. There is a hanging sign above the doorway entrance that reads, "BARBER SHOP / SAM BROWN / BILLIARD HALL." Above the windows of the barber shop is a brick upper façade with two large signs on it. Both signs read, "Sweet / Caporal / CIGARETTES."
There two additional buildings to the right of the Sam Brown Barber Shop. The first has very large display windows with women's clothing on display in the right window. This shop has a sign protruding from its brick upper façade that reads, "PIONEER / DRY GOODS." The last building on the right has light coloured window trim and a wooden upper façade. It has text on the upper façade that reads, "EXPERT / Permanent Waving." This upper façade also has a hanging sign protruding out from it that reads, "JEANNETTE / Beauty Salon / PERMANENT WAVING." One additional hanging sign is visible at the end of the building at the corner of 204th Street. It reads, "DICK'S COF[FEE] / LIGHT LU...[illegible]."
The Columbia Funeral Home building can be seen on 204th Street in the top centre of the photo. The Lyttleton Block is also visible beyond the 204th Street intersection. The Lyttleton Block was the first brick building built in Langley Prarie. The second Langley Prairie Liquor Store occupies the corner unit of the Lyttleton Block; the liquor store occupied this location from 1933 to 1941. It has light coloured blinds in its display windows to block the view of the alcohol inside. The Ladies Shop and Macartney's Cash Grocery can be seen to the left of the liquor store in the Lyttleton Block. There are multiple cars parked in front of the Lyttleton Block. A motorcycle is parked on the left, near the Fraser Valley Library and the Langley Electric Bakery.