Series consists of photographs taken by or of Jack Heit. Photographs include the 1939 Royal Visit by the King & Queen, Christ the King Church, the Bell Park Diving Board, VE Day Celebrations, Pioneer Construction activities, the Garson Fire Department, and Falconbridge Nickel Mines Ltd (mining images predominantly pertain to health and safety).
File consists of three photographs relating to Jack Heit's time working for Pioneer Construction (est. 1938); a company who's activities ranged from building roads for both government and private customers to the construction of dams and even the design and operation of open pit mines.
One annotated photograph of Green Bay Lodge on French River. Jack Heit stayed in this cabin while working on a project for Pioneer Construction. Several cabins are visible by the shore of a river. Several boats are floating on the water and two individuals are partially visible near the dock.
One photograph of the Garson Volunteer Fire Brigade. Seated in the front row from left to right are Courtney Gregg, Lorne Bronson, Orlando Rinaldi and Jack Heit. Standing in the back row from left to right are Art Caswell, Pete Van Heukelom, Gus Della Vedova, Sam Gillis, Jack Hayes, and Urho Nasi.
One annotated photograph of three [mine rescue workers during the inaugural Falconbridge Nickel Mines First Aid Championship] assisting an individual. [On the left with back to camera is Frank Heino and the person leaning over the casualty is Jack Heit.]