Water view of mountain and rock formation.
"Townsite of Okanagan Falls looking south east from Wair Road".
"Gallagher Bluff and Lake, steel flume and rock sheds".
"Overhanging rock at Vaseaux Lake".
"Peachland, looking south from Peachland, Squally Point in middle distance".
Kelowna, the waterfront at the lake
"Looking north towards Dog Lake seen in the distance".
Record print, Swan Lake looking north from the east side.
Record print, west side of Swan lake looking north.
Record print, the L and A. Bench lands on the east side of Swan Lake, taken from the west side of the lake.
Record print, looking over Long Lake from McClemont's property, showing residential values, pillars of porch in shade, lake and opposite shore in sunlight.
Record print, looking toward Vernon from the east bank of Long Lake, Buchanan and McClemont's houses in foreground, residential values.
Peachland record print, the village looking north from the hills, note church and school.
"Hydraulic fill dam, Coquitlam Lake, Vancouver Power Company".
"Ootsa Lake, central interior of BC."
Ocean Falls; Link Lake Dam
"Sugar Lake from the north shore, Shuswap River".
"Sugar Lake from the west shore, Shuswap River".
"Marble Bay from head of the bay, Quantsino Sound".
"Showing outlet of Nahmint Lake at site for storage dam, location near Alberni, Vancouver Island".
"Nahmint Lake, mean area computed at 1690 acres, location near Alberni, Vancouver Island".
"Sproat Falls and highway bridge over Sproat River, location Sproat Lake, Vancouver Island".
"Foch Lake, showing outlet, elevation 1400 feet, location Foch Creek draining Foch Lake flows into Douglas Channel, south of Prince Rupert".
"Natalkuz Lake 60 miles southwest of Fort Fraser near the head of upper Nechacko River; note tree felled by beavers at left foreground".
"Ferry on Francois Lake, central interior of British Columbia".
"Meadow and willow bottom on Chedakoz Creek an outlet of Natulkuz Lake and tributary of the Nechacko River, which from here flows north to Fort Fraser".
"Intata or Inthalta Lake east of Ootsa Lake, almost an extension of same, it is the source of the Nechacko River".