Colour slides depicting various sights in and around Sudbury in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Some of the slides are numbered suggesting they were part of a larger slideshow on Sudbury. Slides may have been collected to support claims related to the city expropriation of properties on Borgia Street in the 1960s. Slides were produced by various studios in Ontario.
Item is picture of buildings including the Sudbury Public Library and four schools taken from behind a fence, cars, and a roadsign advertising "Carpark" with rates. The schools shown on the hill from left to right are College Notre Dame at s s Levis, Mary Mount High School at 165 D'Youville Street, and St. Elizabeth School Of Nursing (nine floor building) at 30 Ste-Anne Road. On the left side of the library is St Aloysius at 164 Mackenzie Street and the Sudbury High School is accross the street at 154 College Street.