Broome Cottage; the Edward Graham Alston residence; later became the site of Pentrelew, the Crease family home.
Looking east from the Songhees land; Victoria; the Johnson Street Bridge is at the left.
Assembly House, Victoria.
Mrs. Joseph Despard Pemberton.
Lydon LeLievre, teacher at Craigflower School.
Craigflower Manor; Kenneth McKenzie's residence.
The Honourable Clement Francis Cornwall, Lieutenant Governor 1881 to 1887.
Mrs. Arthur Peatt Sr. of Metchosin.
William Haynes, Royal Engineer and bandmaster.
The SS Beaver in Victoria Harbour.
HMS Sparrowhawk, Victoria Harbour; Customs House on the right; Hudson's Bay warehouse left of centre.
Victoria from the site of the Legislative Buildings.
Sir James Douglas's home, between Belleville and Elliot Streets, Victoria, stereo view.
Chief Justice David Cameron.
Mrs. John McAdoo Wark and her daughter.
Mrs. John Pawson.
Bastion at Fort Victoria, southwest corner of Fort Street looking north along Wharf Street from Broughton.
Thomas Napier Hibben, founder of the firm Hibben and Company; and T.N. Hibben's.
William H. McNeill estate at McNeill Bay, Victoria.
Victoria advertisment for the S.S. Eliza Anderson
Joseph Despard Pemberton, Colonial Engineer from 1851 to 1859; Surveyor General 1859 to 1864.
Cornelius Booth, M.P.P.
Kenneth McKenzie's home, Craigflower Farm.
Ralph Borthwick, of the Albion Iron Works.
William Parsons Sayward.
View of Victoria, from Songhees Reserve
Fire Department Group Portrait; Bastion Square, Victoria.
Henry F. Heisterman.