Black and white view of one of the arches built for the visit of Lord and Lady Minto. The exact location of the arch is unknown but is most likely on Front Street. The arch bears a banner that reads: Britain's Most Northerly Possession Welcomes Their Excellencies.
A young boy with a wagon harnessed to a dog walks in front of the arch. His wagon bears a sign reading Laundry. Several men and women are visible on the boardwalk behind the arch.