Item is a photograph of two students seated on a floral pattern couch in a student residence both with their eyes closed. The student in the foreground wears an abstract design jumpsuit in pink, green and white and their hands are crossed over their chest. The student seated beside them is leaning back with their hands holding headphones over their ears. This student is wearing a white shirt, tie and blue pants. In the background on the bulletin board are the letters JTC for 'Junior Trinity College".
Photograph of members of the Willoughby Fire Department filling the Seal Kap Farm swimming pool for the first time. The donor indicated that the owner, Dan Armstead, may be the person standing on the left side of the photograph, wearing light-coloured shirt and trousers.
Photograph of Seal Kap Farm before the land was purchased for the establishment of Trinity Junior College. The picture is taken from the north/northeast, and shows the main farm house hidden by trees just right of the centre of the photograph, and the railway in the background.
Photograph of Seal Kap Farm before the land was purchased for the establishment of Trinity Junior College. The picture is taken from the southeast, and shows the main farm house near the centre of the photograph, and Glover Road in the background.
Slide of School for Canada Committe members standing in a field with a calf. Present, among others, are David Enarson, Pastor Cahill, and possibly Perry Havens. According to the accompanying slideshow presentation transcript, "Three committee members surveyed pasture land in the Langley area. David Enarson noticed that Pastor K. Hill [actually Walter Cahill] was taking off his shoes. When asked why, he answered, 'I am walking on holy ground.' It was this deep spiritual conviction of a select few that led to the purchase of the Seal Kap Dairy Farm.