New fan, No. 1, Nanaimo
No. 1 Nanaimo
John Shaw central bldg. (jr. high) main hallway, lower floor
An early Nanaimo home
Rough Sketch Of Commercial Inlet, From The Entrance Of Nanaimo Harbour.
Nanaimo in the early days.
NANAIMO; PART C; SEE A-04416 to A-04420.
NANAIMO; PART D; SEE A-04416 to A-04420.
"Nanaimo in 1858."
Nanaimo, From The Anchorage, 1858: Fort And Coal Works.
The Reverend Cornelius Bryant, Methodist minister in Nanaimo in the early 1860's.
NANAIMO; PART B; SEE A-04416 to A-04420.
NANAIMO; PART E; SEE A-04416 to A-04420.
NANAIMO;PART A; SEE A-04416 to A-04420.
Early view of Nanaimo.
Nanaimo in 1859, showing the Bastion, the first coal mine in the colony and a square-rigger loading coal.
George Robinson, manager at the Hudson's Bay Company at the Nanaimo mines from 1854 to 1859; also was a photographer.
The Conrad Reifel home in Nanaimo.
Church of England; St. Paul's Anglican Church, Nanaimo
John Bryden of Nanaimo.
Adam Grant Horne, of Nanaimo; the second in command at the fort.
Mary, Mrs. John McGregor; died in Nanaimo 27 May 1905, at the age of 94.
St. Paul's Anglican Church, Nanaimo.