David Prosser Kane home, first home in Kaslo; Mr. Kane later became the postmaster; others in photo are Charlie Clancy on the right and the bear on the roof was a companion to the pi
A farming family in the Okanagan.
Judge John Hamilton Gray and others outside his Fort Street home in Victoria.
Arthur Fellows' home on Birdcage Walk, now Government Street, Victoria; located opposite the museum; torn down in 1937.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fellows and family at Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy's Thetis Cottage, in Esquimalt; Mrs. Fellows at centre; two nurses at left; boy with dog Walter Wilson, later a plumber
Kamloops Museum photo; Residence of William Fortune at Tranquille, near Kamloops; believed to be William Fortune in cart in front of house
The Alex A. Green home on Birdcage Walk; Mrs. Green and Mrs. Cridge are standing in the gateway.
Parsonage of "the Methodist Church on Broad Street"; the Reverend William Pollard.
William G. Bowman and family at his residence at 57 Yates Street, Victoria.
The James Murray Yale home in Saanich, near Victoria; Brenda and Elsie Peers with escorts in the foreground; Mordaunt Macauley alone.
Home of Henry St. Leger Bury Palliser.
Tom Turner Home In North Vancouver.
residence of Mr. David McCaulloch; Manager, Bank of British Columbia in New Westminster in 1864.
William Parker's home at Big Lake; near 150 Mile House.
The D. W. Miller home, in Sumas.
Riley Home, Nicola.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pauline on the porch at the Tod house; J.K. Nesbitt collection.
Three generations of the Pauline family at Tod house in the 1890s; J.K. Nesbitt collection.
Point Ellice house, Victoria.
Kamloops Museum photo; SS Lady Dufferin at Spillimacheen on the Columbia River
Four young women sitting on the grass outside the Thomas James Skinner home at Quamichan Lake; they are Connie Skinner, who would later marry A.E.B. Davie; Ethel, Winnifred and Sophi
A group outside of Hugo Beaven's home.
H. Wiles Home, Taylor Flats.
The E.B. Marvin home, Fort Street, Victoria; on the steps, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Babbit, Alec Babbit, Florence Unknown and Mr. Marvin.
Methodist church group on the lawn outside David Spencer's home, Victoria.
Group ouside the Canney home at Tranquille.
William Fortune and friends outside his home in Tranquille.
An unidentified pair at New Westminster.
An unidentified family and their Chinese houseboy in the garden at their home at the corner of Caledonia and Cook Streets, Victoria.