Kenneth McKenzie's home at Craigflower Farm.
The parlour at Kenneth McKenzie's home, Craigflower Farm.
The Henry Classon Courtney residence at Rockland Avenue and Cook Street, Victoria.
Residence of Dr. Forbes Barclay at Oregon City, Oregon; erected 1850.
Fairfield, the home of Richard Blanshard in Lymington, England.
Governor Frederick Seymour, seated; Arthur N. Birch standing on the far left.
The back view of the first Roman Catholic Bishop's 'palace' Vancouver Island; erected in 1851; Victoria
Yale, on the Fraser River.
The George Robinson home in Nanaimo.
Finlayson Falls Near Government Street, Victoria.
The residence of Kenneth McKenzie at Craigflower.
View of Victoria; Driard House Hotel on the far right.
The Conrad Reifel home in Nanaimo.
North Vancouver; Early Moodyville.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fellows and family at Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy's Thetis Cottage, in Esquimalt; Mrs. Fellows at centre; two nurses at left; boy with dog Walter Wilson, later a plumber
Kamloops Museum photo; Camerontown; Cameron, Wattie and Tinker Companies claims
Arthur Fellows' home on Birdcage Walk, now Government Street, Victoria; located opposite the museum; torn down in 1937.
Ince cottage, New Westminster. Home of Henry and Sarah Crease, (home of Arthur Bushby shown in behind).
Holy Trinity Church in New Westminster.
New Westminster; early view.
Fernwood, 1863; the Benjamin William Pearse residence in Victoria
The Crimean Huts at Esquimalt; built 1885; the hospital is on the left; Dr. Campbell's residence at right.
Camerontown; The Cameron, The Wattie And The Tinker Companies Claims.
Group on the Craigflower Bridge, Craigflower Manor in the background.
The archdeacon's manse, New Westminster.