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 miner's cabin, Cariboo.
A view at 19 Mile Post, Fraser River
A view at the 17 mile post, Fraser River Waggon Road, B.C.
A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster
A view of the mile 89 post Thompson River.
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, The Ladies Seminary, Victoria, B.C.
Barkerville after the fire, looking up creek from Cameron town [Camerontown]
Barkerville Masonic Group in Cariboo. S.R. [Scottish Rite?] 469. A. Kelly, J.D. Thompson M.P. for Cariboo, W.W. Hill, D. Ballantyne, James [Mara?]
[Barkerville, The Day After The Fire Of September 1868]
[Barkerville's Hotel de France, before the fire of September 16, 1868.]
Barnard's Stage at Yale. For Soda Creek, Fraser River.
Beach view of village and totem poles, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte Islands
Black Jack flume. Williams Creek.
Bonaparte house, 111 miles above Yale
Bonaparte River Indian women on horseback - British Columbia.
Burrards [Burrard] Inlet. British Columbia. When I was taking this photograph the boy imitated all my movements with an empty beer bottle and a coat over his head as if he was doing the same thing.
Cache Creek House.
Called Montgomery Street by pioneer teamsters after Montgomery St. San Francisco. Chapmans Bar Bluff.
Camerontown, William's Creek, Cariboo
Camp of Victoria Rifles. August 1870
Canoe Creek Chief, Fraser River.
Cañon on Williams Creek, gold discovered here in 1861
Cariboo Road one mile above Yale
Chapman's Bar Bluff. Fraser River.
Chapmans Bar House, 14 miles above Yale, Fraser R.