"Syphon under McIntyre Creek".
"Sarita River below the falls".
West Kootenay Power and Light Company Limited, on the Kootenay River, Lower Bonnington
"Woodstave, penstock and surge tank on the Bull River, East Kootenay Power Company".
"Premier Gold Mines, exterior view of No. 2 powerhouse, Stewart, Grandby Consolidated".
"Helmcken Falls on the Murtle River at lot 3195".
Boulder-strewn river bed with snow-capped mountain peak in background.
"Helmcken Falls under winter conditions; Murtle River power possibilities".
"On Stave River"; Stave Falls power project; photograph no 13.
"Stave River below the falls"; Stave Falls power project; photograph no. 9.
"View of sluice dam as built looking north or from down stream side. These are to be filled in solid to the top and similar piers to these erected on top 25 feet hight. They are
The Grande Canyon on the peace River.
BC Hydro's Ruskin development; crane and aggregate processing plant; photograph no. R.P. 180.
"Stamp Falls on the Stamp River, location Great Central lake, Vancouver Island; Stamp River is tributary of the Somass River, entering the sea at Alberni".
"A homestead on the Nechacko River near Vanderhoof".
Ground level view of water flowing through canyon.
"McIntyre Bluff", view of stream bank looking up.
"Damsite on Stave River at Ruskin".
"Marble River, site for storage and diversion dam at the middle canyon looking upstream; location drains into Quatsino Sound northwesterly end of Vancouver Island".
"Head of the upper falls on the Nahmint River, near Nahmint Lake; the river drains the northwest side of Barclay [Barkley] Sound to the Alberni Canal".
"Foch Lake, showing outlet, elevation 1400 feet, location Foch Creek draining Foch Lake flows into Douglas Channel, south of Prince Rupert".
Box Canyon on the Little Qualicum River, source of Cameron Lake, Vancouver Island.
"Sarita River Falls near the Alberni Canal, Vancouver Island".
"Della Falls (1580 feet fall) on Drinkwater Creek, tributary of Stamp River, Vancouver Island".
Another view of the Lower Bonnington Falls plant on the Kootenay River; West Kootenay Power and Light Company; installed capacity 60,000 horsepower
"Bruce Little's place at Grassy Plains, just south of Francois Lake".
"Stave Lake development, Blind Slough Dam, Western Power Company of Canada".
"Dawson Falls on the Murtle River, a tributary of the Clearwater River, tributary Thompson, tributary Fraser River".
"Lake, reservoir or river near the Nanaimo Dam, 5th Sep 1930", No. 62.
"General view from above dam, looking south", 1-sluice dam; 2-intake site; 3-powerhouse site; 4-flume to provisional power plant; 5-construction camp; Stave Falls power project.