"Chawassen [Tsawwassen] Indians, Mouth of Fraser River, British Columbia."
"Fort McLeod, meridian altitude for latitude, May 23/14"; group of aboriginal men examining a surveyors transit
"Fraser River Indians"
"Siwash Madonna"; a First Nations woman and child on the beach
A collection of portraits of native people from different tribes
A family outside their home.
An Indian encampment Esquimalt Harbour [On reverse]: Indians encamped in a small cove, showing the rush mat habitation, mode of drying herrings, Chinook-shaped canoes, by the landing stage Esquimalt harbour, Vancouver Island.
An Indian encampment on the Fraser River. Encampment of Scachett [sic] [Skagit?] Indians at New Westminster Fraser River Brit. Columbia who came to celebrate the Queens [sic] Birthday and engage in the Canoe Races on that occasion. The blurred figures of an Indian woman, and child, the first separating the childs [sic] hair whose head is resting against the womans [sic] knees, catching the lice, and cracking them between her teeth; I have seen this done very many times F. Dally.
An unidentified family portrait.
Boston Bar. [On reverse] Zadoskis Grave. Fraser R.
British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
Canoe Creek Chief, Fraser River.
Chemanus [Chemainus] Chief, Flat head
Comox Indian Village, north east coast Vancouver Island. No. 24
Comox [Indian village]
Copper kettle, quite new with a hole through it. Horse skins for the life eternal. Horse skin for the happy hunting grounds. No white men There!!!!!! Indian Chiefs grave near Lytton. Fraser R.
Cowichan First Nations women.
Cowichans. Potatoe [sic] sellers.
Esq. [Esquimalt Harbour]
Father and son from the Queen Charlotte Islands.
First Nations meeting with Governor Seymour and others near Lillooet.
First Nations woman knitting on four needles.
Fort Rupert Indian.
Fort Rupert [Kwagu'ł] Indian
Fraser Canyon. Indian Chiefs Grave on the Fraser River. Brit. Columbia. The horse skins adorned his favourites when in this world, and are expected to be rehabilited [sic] in the happy hunting grounds, the copper kettle and old gun will in their ideas come in useful in the future state.
Fraser R. [First Nations grave at Yale, B.C.]
Fraser River Indians B.C. near Mission. Pretending to be at prayer, all humbug. Never paid for, not a red cent. No. 39
Fraser River Indians.
Fraser River Indians. At New Westminster (Stump City).