Sincerely, Lake Banook has so many odd and unexpected additions to it that somebody should do a series of ukiyoe called Eleven Famous Views of Lake Banook. This pedestrian bridge, suspended from a metal A-frame at one end is quite the unusual object, and a challenge to do justice in a photograph. (The ukiyoe would have it under a clear night sky with a full moon in the upper right and moon-viewers on the bridge.) An early concept had it suspended from a mast at the other end. Source.
Jerry O'Brien operated a used book store at the corner of Argyle and Blowers from around 1961 till 1983. His store was known to some people as Black Cat Books because of the advertising decal -- for cigarettes or shoe polish -- left on the window by an earlier tenant. So far from having a store cat O'Brien fed sparrows that flew in and hopped around on the books. He also smoked cigars, which left ash around. He was a bearded man who could have passed for fellow Haligonian George Grant. In fact I'd be interested to hear from anyone who ever saw them together in the same room. Sherman Hines did his portrait. (Then picture source.)