1 photograph : col.; of a one storey blue house in Fort Langley along Glover Road. The photograph was taken from the east side of Glover Road, looking west onto the front of the house. There is a red sedan parked in front of the house to the right. The house has dark blue trim around the two windows in the front and a burgundy front door, which is partially hidden behind a large tree in front of the house. There is a bicycle with a plant in it in the front yard to the right of the door. The front yard is encircled by a wooden, short fence. There are hedges behind the red sedan. There is a "street maintained by" sign in front of the house to the left that says "FORT LANGLEY/ BUSINESS/ IMPROVEMENT/ ASSOCIATION." The top of Wendel's Bookstore and Cafe is visible on the right of the photograph behind hedges, and there is a white building in the background on the left. Both lanes of Glover Road are visible in the foreground of the photograph, as well as gravel beside the road on the east side, likely due to construction. The large tree in front of the house fans out and up in front of the house. The house is believed to have been built by one of the managers of the Fort Langley Sawmill in the 1930s.