Residence of William Fisher Jr., in New Westminster.
The Fawcett home on Franklin Street.
Andrew Onderdonk's home at Yale.
The home of Dr. John Sebastian Helmcken on Elliot Street in Victoria; the roof of the Empress Hotel may be seen in the background.
Dr. John Sebastian Helmcken outside of his Elliot Street home in Victoria.
Dr. John Sebastian Helmcken in front of his Elliot Street residence in Victoria.
The Elliot Street home of Dr. John Sebastian Helmcken in Victoria.
Judge John Hamilton Gray and others outside his Fort Street home in Victoria.
New Westminster home of Captain John Irving; Captain Irving later moved to James Bay on Vancouver Island.
The James Bay home of Captain John Irving; located on the southwest corner of Michigan and Menzies Streets; the house was painted in twelve colours.
The home of Captain E. E. Langford in Colwood, near Victoria.
First house in Victoria; Kenneth McKenzie and family lived south of the Fort Victoria stockade.
The residence of Kenneth McKenzie at Craigflower.
Craigflower Farm, home of Kenneth McKenzie.
Front door of Craigflower Manor at Craigflower Farm; Kenneth McKenzie's residence.
Kenneth McKenzie's home, Craigflower Farm.
The parlour at Kenneth McKenzie's home, Craigflower Farm.
Kenneth McKenzie's home at Craigflower Farm.
Craigflower Manor, picture taken from the east side of the Craigflower Bridge.
The cabin near Ashcroft where the sons of Donald McLean, Hudson's Bay Company, were besieged.
The home of Dr. and Mrs. William Fraser Tolmie; Cloverdale.
Cloverdale; once the home of Dr. and Mrs. William Fraser Tolmie.
Cloverdale, the home of Dr. and Mrs. William Fraser Tolmie.
"Armadale", residence of Senator William John MacDonald, 241 Niagara Street in Victoria.
Castle Menzies, founded 1057, near Aberfeldy Scotland; family manse of Dr. Archibald Menzies, Royal Navy.
Clayton House at Bella Coola.
East Ucluelet, or Port Albion; Sutton Mill.
Pack Train At Telegraph Creek.