The file contains loose ledge pages containing a brief daily journal. Entries appear to be in two different hands and on the fourth page, the page begins with the header "Stuarts Lake Journal" and all entries may be from Stuart Lake post. The entries document events like weather and daily activities. Individuals mentioned include Michel Lacroix, Tomma, and Michel Deschamp. The two last pages contain lists of places (Thomasson River, New Caledonia British Columbia, Stuarts Lake) and the name Charles G. Ogden.
Item consists of one bound sketchbook containing watercolours, sketches, and one photograph. The majority of the works have printed titles. The subject matter consists primarily of coastal and ocean scenes in British Columbia and abroad (primarily Rio de Janeiro).
File consists of one sketchbook that belonged to B.W. Pearse. The sketchbook is a hardcover folder, with an expanding file on the left side and a pencil loop along the spine. The folder contains 9 sketches (graphite) by B.W. Pearse of scenes and buildings in England, as well as 1 painting by B.W. Pearse. There are also two blank pages.
The item is a b&w portrait photograph of Kenneth McKenzie, Sr. The photograph is filed with an information card that reads: "Kenneth McKenzie. Bailiff from 'Renton Hall,' Haddington, Scotland. Founder of Craigflower Farm 1853 which he operated for the Puget Sound Agricultural Company for several years."