Suspension bridge over Hagwilget Canyon on the Bulkley River near Hazelton, BC.
"Vernon Road, Woods Lake"
"Relief map made from the engineers notes by the Geographical Branch, of the Taseko-Chilko-Homathko project, or country covered by the project, or suggested development"
"Key-map drawn by Mr. McKie to assist in the explanation or simplify the plan of the scheme shown on slide no. 75"
"The start of a survey party from Taylor's ranch".
"Moose on the Ground-hog Range, Cassiar district; moose at bay with one of the dogs of the survey party seen in the distance".
"Breaking camp, Downton's survey party on the Cariboo Wagon Road near Clinton".
The Richter home, Keremeos.
The Conkling house and property,three owners in five years.
Steep nature of land and broken topography, Mr. Lunsden's house in middle distance.
"Southeast Kelowna, Mr. E. Gregory's orchard home".
"Southeast Kelowna, Mr. C.R. Reid's orchard home".
"Southeast Kelowna, Col. Lindsay's house, orchard of the Edzell ranch syndicate".
Settler E. J. Pearce's house at Merville after becoming established, Land Settlement Board.
Record print, type of depreciated land, now low meadow land, Pates and Tunbridge houses both empty.
Record print, orchard home of Captain and Mr. C.R. Bull, Black Mountain district.
Record print, Oct 22, 1926, Mr. P. French's orchard with concrete gate posts, house in middle distance.
Record print, Mrs. C.L. Waivmans house and grounds.
Record print, Mr. Jack's orchard and home.
Record print, Mr. Barren's R.M. house and orchard and Mr. Laidlaw's behind the Poplars.
Record print, looking over Long Lake from McClemont's property, showing residential values, pillars of porch in shade, lake and opposite shore in sunlight.
Record print, Colonel Armstrong's orchard and house at the back.
Record print, Baron Henry's house and property.
Record print Oct 22, 1926, the Coatsworth house and property, (3 owners in 5 years).
"R. Tait's house adjoining the main road, Oliver".
"Peachland, 1926, Seth Davison 82 years old and his cobble stone house (Mr. Small with Davison) which won the $100.00 prize from Cement Co., etc. Note the top graft in cherry at
Oswald Jones cottage and garden.
"Orchard house, Penticton"; family posed in front of home.