Mrs. Kenneth McKenzie, nee Agnes Russell.
The Reverend Edward Cridge, chaplain to the Hudson's Bay Company.
Victoria, on Vancouver Island.
Craigflower Farm and Craigflower School.
Lady Douglas, nee Amelia Connolly, and child.
Mrs. W. A. Mouat.
John Russell, Councillor in 1855.
James Buie Leighton and his older sister Margaret Brown Leighton; later married Robert Burns McMicking.
Thomas James Skinner, of the Hudson's Bay Company.
The Reverend Edward Cridge; second chaplain to the Hudson's Bay Company; arrived in 1855.
Envelope address to Kenneth McKenzie at Fort Victoria.
Members of the first Legislative Assembly on Vancouver Island, 1856 - 1859; Victoria.
Members of the first Legislative Assembly on Vancouver Island, 1856 - 1859; Victoria; Dr. J.S. Helmcken in the centre of the front row.
Grave of Thomas Blinkhorn, of Metchosin, near Victoria.
View From The Bottom Of Sir James Douglas' Garden, Looking Across The Harbour Towards Fort Victoria.
HMS Satellite, deck view.
View Of Victoria, Vancouver's Island, British America.
View of Victoria from Church Hill, looking wesst; Inner Harbour, James Bay on left; Laurel Point, centre.
John T. Howard of Esquimalt, near Victoria.
M.P.P. James Orr.
Denis Murphy, Sr.
Union Hook and Ladder Company building and Fort Victoria (right)
Victoria, looking west; Fort Victoria centre left; note piles of sawn lumber.
Andrew Astrico, hotelkeeper.
View along Bastion Street, showing McDonald's Import Store and Gaol (right)
Daniel Fowler Adams and his wife Adelaide.
Victoria contractor, Thomas Smith Allatt; grandfather of C. T. Wriglesworth.
Mary Maberly Crease, aged 4, and her sister Susan Reynolds Crease, aged 2 1/2.
Mrs. Thomas Harris.
Christian Kammerer of the firm Hibben and Carswell.