British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooet] B.C.
Fraser River Above Yale.
The entrance of an Indian house. Nanaimo
Freighting on the Cariboo Highway through the Fraser Canyon, BC, in 1898
The Albion Machine Works, Victoria, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Burrard Inlet, Vancouver; hulk of the Cornelius to the right of the sailing ships
The Land Office, The Legislative Council Court, The Colonial Office, The Supreme Court, The Treasury
A Sheeshat Indian
A collection of portraits of native people from different tribes
Government Street, Victoria, B.C.
Looking east on Fort Street from Government Street, Victoria
West Government St. [Victoria]
"Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Greer"; on their wedding day
"The Chasm, BC; on the Cariboo Wagon Road."
The Great Chasm. Cariboo Wagon Rd. 107 miles above Yale.
[Members of first Legislature after the union of the two colonies, in front of Birdcages, Victoria]
Songish [Songhees] Indian Village Victoria Harbour. Vancouver Island. Brith. [sic] Columbia. 1864
Funeral of Sir James Douglas, at the Church of our Lord, corner of Blanshard and Humboldt Streets, Victoria; Sir James donated the land the church was built on
Looking up Peace River Valley from hill behind Dunvegan
A view at Yale, Fraser River; the two ladies are Miss Irving and Miss Brown of New Westminster
Camp of Victoria Rifles. August 1870
Reformed Episcopal Church, the Church of Our Lord at the left, the second Christ Church Cathedral on the hill at the right, at the base of Church Hill is the Whitehorse Saloon; Blanshard Street
Indian Salmon Caches at Yale British Columbia shewing a double pointed spear, primitive ladder, salmon net, and the Indians with their shirts out of their trousers, which is the prevaling [sic] fashion amongst them.
Thompson R. [On reverse in Archives staff hand?]: Thompson R. Indians - Nincumshin Tribe.
Indian monumental carvings and totems with dressed figures in front of the Chiefs lodges at Comox
The Aurora gold mining claim on Williams Creek; wash up for that day 485 ozs [ounces] gold. June 15th 1867.
Canoe Creek Chief, Fraser River.
Nine of the greatest Indian Chiefs of British Columbia dressed in their fur caps, buckskin coats & moccasins