"$1,000 Reward: The Government of British Columbia hereby offers a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS for the arrest of Simon Gun-an-noot [sic] and Peter Hi-Ma-Dan (both Indians of the Kispiox Tribe)"
"$1,000,000 in gold bricks; part of winter's cleanup purchased by the Alaska Bank and Safe Deposit Co., Nome, Alaska, June 10th, 1906."
"$28,000 cleanup on the Bessie Mine operated by Bard, Nixon and Denhart, Nome, Alaska, May 23rd, 1906"
"(Lisbon Falls Maine) to George Sylvester received Whitworth College, Tacoma, Washington. "Samuel Sylvester was the brother of Rufus Sylvester of the Cassiar".
"1884; Eighteen Hundred Gems of British Columbia Greet You!"; composite photo made up of children's portraits taken the previous year; also included are the Gems from 1881, 1882 and
"1931 - George Ball, guide and outfitter. Trophies taken by Major Workman of Belfast, Ireland - first hunting party in Turnagain River country"
"1938 - Colonel Leonard Ropner, M.C., M.P. - owned Empire Shipping Co. in England - took a 40-day hunt with George Ball as guide and outfitter in the Cassiar in 1938. Ropner standin
"34 x 54 x 90; furnished by the Pacific Coast Lumber Company, Vancouver, BC"; beam hewn out of a single log.