Today the beekeeper came over to see how the hives are doing. I stood back and took lots of pictures which can be seen in this slide view:
Some of the comb is held in the frames by chicken wire. This comb came from the original hive that was removed from somebody's house and the chicken wire holds it in place until the bees have glued it into the frames with more wax. When the comb is sufficiently fixed into the frames by the bees, the beekeeper removes the chicken wire.
Some of these hives came from swarms and some from hive removals from buildings. So far, they all are making brood, which is a good sign.