The Royal Navy Cemetry [Cemetery], Esquimalt, V.I. [Vancouver Island].
The grave of the late Govr. [Governor] Fredk. [Frederick] Seymour, Esq. [Esquire], R.N. [Royal Navy] Cemetry [Cemetery], Esquimalt.
The grave of the late Cmdr. The Honble. [Honorable] Horace Douglas Lascelles, Esquimalt R.N. [Royal Navy] Cemetry [Cemetery].
Sutlej Monument. Victoria Cemetry [sic].
The late Governor Seymour's grave at the R.N. [Royal Navy] Cemery [cemetery], Esquimalt.
Boston Bar. [On reverse] Zadoskis Grave. Fraser R.
Chief's grave at Chapman's Bar
Fraser Canyon. Indian Chiefs Grave on the Fraser River. Brit. Columbia. The horse skins adorned his favourites when in this world, and are expected to be rehabilited [sic] in the happy hunting grounds, the copper kettle and old gun will in their ideas come in useful in the future state.
Fraser R. [First Nations grave at Yale, B.C.]
Indian Chief buried in his canoe, others in boxes above. San Juan Island. (The disputed island.)
Indian Chiefs Grave (near Lytton). Indian Chiefs grave near Lytton, Fraser River, the figures are dressed up and painted, with a well made (European) kettle, punctured to prevent stealing & the skins of two of his horses for use in the happy hunting grounds - no white man there!!! (see back)....
Indian chiefs grave near Yale on the Fraser River. Brit. Columbia. No. 40.
Indian Chiefs Mausoleum at Yale, Fraser River, a great fisherman who was drowned when trying to land an enormous salmon.
Indian Chiefs [sic] Tomb and painted face Monument. Fraser River. One of the chiefs [sic] wives was dying gradually and willingly in a lean to shed at the back of the tomb. Indian chiefs [sic] tomb and effigy opposite New Westminster. Fraser River, British Columbia, 1868. No. 32....
Indian Chiefs tomb and effigy. Fraser River, opposite New Westminster. His wife dying of hunger and starvation at the back of the shed."