"First ocean-going vessel to enter the Fraser River"; New Westminster
"HMS Boxer at Nootka Sound Where Captain Cook Was in March 1778."
"HMS Sutlej". [And "Mohawk" In Esquimalt Harbour.]
"Hydah [Haida] Indian"
"Maplebank", The Admiral's Residence, Esquimalt.
"Nootka Sound Indians, Vancouver Island, Where Captain Cook was in March 1778"; Friendly Cove; also in photo is Dr. I.W. Powell, Indian Commissioner; boat and seamen
"St. Andrew's Church, Victoria, Vancouver Island".
"Steamer Reliance at Yale, BC"; stereographic view.
(Northeast view) Government House.
13 miles from Yale, B.C., the Alexandra suspension bridge, Fraser River, B.C.
22 miles above Yale; The ascent to China Bar Bluff; Fraser River wagon road.
A Cañon, Fraser River, B.C.
A Miss Brown and a Miss Irving, the only two unmarried women of New Westminster at that time; on the road to Spuzzum from Yale, on the Fraser River
A collection of portraits of native people from different tribes
A miner's cabin, Cariboo.
A sternwheeler on Tenass Lake, Little Harrison Lake.
A view at 19 Mile Post, Fraser River
A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster
A view at the 17 mile post, Fraser River Waggon Road, B.C.
A view of the mile 89 post Thompson River.
Admiral Hastings, Mrs. Hastings, and the ship's officers and men of HMS Zealous, at Esquimalt.
Alexandra suspension bridge across the Fraser River, built 1863; at Spuzzum, thirteen miles above Yale
Alkali Valley. 93 miles above Yale on the Cariboo Wagon Rd.
Angela College for Girls, 923 Burdett Avenue; later became the Angela Hotel and later still Mount St. Angela Hospital.
Angela College, The Ladies Seminary, Victoria, B.C.
Arch on east side of Johnson Street; visit of Lord Dufferin.
Arthur T. Bushby.
Artist's rendition of the second bridge over the Gorge, Victoria Arm.