Item consists of one piece of paper with two separate artworks on recto and verso. One side features a pencil sketch of a man pulling a water barrel in Victoria and the other side is a watercolour of people in a canoe with Mt. Baker in the background. Both pieces have been assigned the same PDP number. The artist(s) is unknown.
File consists of one album, which contains 98 graphic works (lithographs, drawings, watercolours, and one photograph). Affixed plates at the front of the album identify the contents as "The St. Helena Collection, 1826" and "The India Collection, 1858."
Item consists of one album containing 41 diagram-style sketches in crayon and ink created by David Henry Norcross. Norcross was born in Granite Siding (or Granite) near Nelson, BC, and began his mining career at age 16. The drawings document his memories and history of mining and mining technology in British Columbia, particularly within the Kootenay district.
The London Student Sojourn contains 21 illustrations depicting boarding house life at Mrs Dodd's, 4 Bulstrode Street, London, England. The illustrations are painted directly onto the right hand pages and accompany detailed verses typed on paper glued to the left hand pages. The verses and illustrations describing the boarders, aspects of communal living, commeraderie as well as personal or situational discord. Two typed pages of the preface and the 21 left hand pages are not
MS-3326 consists of one funny book, created by Emily Carr in 1901. The funny book is comprised of seven pairs of works, which consist of graphite and ink drawings with accompanying hand-written verse. The work details the shared adventure of Carr and her friend, Hannah Kendall, as they attempted to view the funeral procession of Queen Victoria in London, February 2, 1901.
Each pair of works has been described at the item level.