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"Native homes"; Nome, Alaska.
"Native homes"; Nome, Alaska.
"Orchard house, Penticton"; family posed in front of home.
"Orchard house, Penticton"; family posed in front of home.
"Stopping place at Klukwan, Chilkat River; interior of Chief Kodenaha's house."
"Stopping place at Klukwan, Chilkat River; interior of Chief Kodenaha's house."
A farming family in the Okanagan.
A farming family in the Okanagan.
A garden party at William John Bowser's home, Buncrana, 1001 Terrace Avenue, Victoria.
A garden party at William John Bowser's home, Buncrana, 1001 Terrace Avenue, Victoria.
A group on horseback.
A group on horseback.
A group outside a vine-covered cottage.
A group outside a vine-covered cottage.
A group outside of Hugo Beaven's home.
A group outside of Hugo Beaven's home.
A group outside of Hugo Beaven's home.
A group outside of Hugo Beaven's home.
An unidentified family and their Chinese houseboy in the garden at their home at the corner of Caledonia and Cook Streets, Victoria.
An unidentified family and their Chinese houseboy in the garden at their home at the corner of Caledonia and Cook Streets, Victoria.
An unidentified pair at New Westminster.
An unidentified pair at New Westminster.
Arthur Fellows' home on Birdcage Walk, now Government Street, Victoria; located opposite the museum; torn down in 1937.
Arthur Fellows' home on Birdcage Walk, now Government Street, Victoria; located opposite the museum; torn down in 1937.
British Commissioner's home in Honolulu.
British Commissioner's home in Honolulu.
Camp meeting cabin; Chilliwack
Camp meeting cabin; Chilliwack
Cluny C. Luke and crew building his home, the Heritage, Nanaimo.
Cluny C. Luke and crew building his home, the Heritage, Nanaimo.
Construction of Community home.
Construction of Community home.
D.G. Williams and others.
D.G. Williams and others.
Damage after the Ladysmith riot.
Damage after the Ladysmith riot.
David Prosser Kane home, first home in Kaslo; Mr. Kane later became the postmaster; others in photo are Charlie Clancy on the right and the bear on the roof was a companion to the pi
David Prosser Kane home, first home in Kaslo; Mr. Kane later became the postmaster; others in photo are Charlie Clancy on the right and the bear on the roof was a companion to the pi
Department of Mines albums.
Department of Mines albums.
Departure Bay, includes Laura and James Dunsmuir and their daughter Mrs. Guy Mortimer Audain; nee Sarah Byrd Dunsmuir.
Departure Bay, includes Laura and James Dunsmuir and their daughter Mrs. Guy Mortimer Audain; nee Sarah Byrd Dunsmuir.
Doukhobor-owned flour mill and elevator at Verigin, Saskatchewan.
Doukhobor-owned flour mill and elevator at Verigin, Saskatchewan.
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Humber; nee Gertrude Hackett.
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Humber; nee Gertrude Hackett.
Early pioneer home near Verigin, Saskatchewan.
Early pioneer home near Verigin, Saskatchewan.
First Nations at Bella Coola.
First Nations at Bella Coola.
First house in Three Forks.
First house in Three Forks.
Four young women sitting on the grass outside the Thomas James Skinner home at Quamichan Lake; they are Connie Skinner, who would later marry A.E.B. Davie; Ethel, Winnifred and Sophi
Four young women sitting on the grass outside the Thomas James Skinner home at Quamichan Lake; they are Connie Skinner, who would later marry A.E.B. Davie; Ethel, Winnifred and Sophi
Frank Swannell, Johnson, Dave Hog, unidentified man, Charles Hog, and Anton Olsen in front of Johnson's cabin.
Frank Swannell, Johnson, Dave Hog, unidentified man, Charles Hog, and Anton Olsen in front of Johnson's cabin.
George Little's pre-emption, Vanderhoof.
George Little's pre-emption, Vanderhoof.
Governor Frederick Seymour, seated; Arthur N. Birch standing on the far left.
Governor Frederick Seymour, seated; Arthur N. Birch standing on the far left.
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