1 photograph; digital copy; color; taken May 21, 1956. This photograph shows part of the 1956 May Day parade in Langley City; 3 young girls (left to right: Lynda Body (May Queen of 1956), retiring May Queen Lydia Seide, and Langley's Miss Canada, Dorothy Milburn) are seen seated atop the back of a light blue convertible car; all three girls are dressed in white; Lydia and Dorothy both have one hand raised as if to wave; all three appear to be smiling at the camera as they are being photographed; Lynda is holding a bouquet of pink and white flowers in one hand; the vehicle is being driven by a man in a dark suit; there is a woman in the passenger seat wearing a pink hat and pink clothing; there are ribbons decorating the front of the vehicle across the hood; there are young boys in matching uniforms on either side of the vehicle; the boys are wearing dark shorts, dark green collared shirts with pins and badges, red and yellow neck ties and light brown rimmed hats; a large building can be seen in the background with a brick and tile exterior; the sign above the entrance reads "IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA"; there are additional signs for businesses in the background that read "LANGLEY MUSIC STUDIOS", "SEVERIDE & MULLIGAN / Barristers & Solicitors / NOTARY PUBLIC", and "Canadian(?) Bank ... Commerce(?)".