The Robert Dunsmuir residence at Wellington.
Second James Bay Bridge, Victoria; Shows David Spencer House At Foot Of Bridge On Left.
St. Mary's Anglican Church Manse, New Westminster.
Dockyard Offices And Residences, Esquimalt.
View Of Victoria From Church Hill, Looking South Showing St. Ann's Academy And Beacon Hill Park.
Nanaimo; See A-04637 And G-04674.
The Robert Anderson family at their residence "Loch End", Burnside Road, Victoria; described as a cream coloured house with a green roof.
Lytton Grist Mill
The Robert and Jessie Anderson residence "Loch End", Burnside Road, Victoria; Portage Inlet in the background; this was the first Loch End on the site.
Trutch residence 'Fairfield', Victoria; group includes Joseph W. Trutch, his wife, his mother, John Trutch, Mrs. Peter O'Reilly, nee Caroline Agnes Trutch and two children.
Bibby residence in Barkerville.
"Maplebank", The Admiral's Residence, Esquimalt; See E-07730 To E-07732.
View of Victoria from the Songhees land; part three of seven; see A-03434 to A-03440.
British Naval Ship In Victoria Harbour
Bird Cage Walk, as Goverment Street was known at the time; Victoria.
Boston Bar, Showing Freight Wagons.
Victoria from Church Hill; different cropping than HP009442, A-03422.
The Fort Street home of Miss Fanny Palmer, lost at sea on the Pacific, 4 Nov 1875.
Homes And Businesses Along Humboldt Street, Victoria
Anderson residence "Loch End", Burnside Road, Victoria.
New settlement of Kaslo.
Cloverdale, the home of Dr. and Mrs. William Fraser Tolmie.
Prospecting on the Fraser River, Lillooet.
Blanshard Street, looking north from Burdett Avenue to Pandora Avenue; First Presbyterian Church at centre in the distance, Victoria.
We no longer hold this image. Copy prints and negatives have been returned to the Osoyoos Museum. The McCuddy's place, Fairview
View Of Victoria From Church Hill, Looking Northeast.
Esquimalt Road, Victoria.
Captain Franblyn's home, Nanaimo.