The three Earle sisters, Lizzie, Ethel and Nellie.
"Old Teenie" of Victoria; lived near Fort and Cook Streets.
Barbara Lindley Crease.
Richard Carr residence, 207 Government St., Victoria; two women on front porch.
Emily Saunders Carr, mother of Emily Carr
Miss Lizzie Carr, Miss Thornley,(VON head) later Mrs. Prickard, in Carr garden, 207 Government St., Victoria.
Emily Carr (lower right) and her sisters. Clockwise from Emily; Alice; Elizabeth (Lizzie); Edith; Clara.
Emily Carr at the age of 16 with pet crow, Crocker, perched on her arm.
Five shots of Hannah Maynard, multiple exposure; taken from original glass plate.
Edythe, her sister Ruth, her cousin Helen, with Aunts Abigail and Margaret, with Tim the dog, in the Nation family's garden
Edythe and Jeanette Lewis in Edythe's MG, Victoria
W.H. McNeill family, back row: L-R, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Baker, front row: L-R, Mrs. Judson Young, Mrs. Robert Jesse, Mrs. McNeill.
Mae, Mrs. W.A.C. Bennett.
BC Women's Institute Convention, Legislative Buildings, Victoria.
Mrs. William Robert Scafe, nee Alice Maude Mary Wale, and others; Victoria.
Mrs. James William Douglas, nee Mary Rachel Elliot.
The second Mrs. Augustus Borde
Mrs. Adolphus Harding and Mrs. William Hogan
Mrs. William Jackson
Agnes Kripps of the Social Credit Party.
Mrs. Charles A. Lombard, nee Mary Teresa Tynon.
Sitting left to right; Sub-Lieutenant E.P. Bedwell, Second Master Daniel Pender, Mrs. G.H. Richards, First Lieutenant William Moriarity; standing, Dr. David Lyell, Paymaster W.H.J. Brown,
Mary Ann (Mell) Frewing, of Victoria, holding the book "Fridtjof Nansen's Farthest North", published in 1897 and 1898; her son, photographer Arthur Frederick Frewing was invited
A Ladies' Bicycle Race At The Naval Yard Canteen Grounds, Esquimalt.
Songish [Songhees] Indian Women
The Admiral House, Esquimalt, V.I. [Vancouver Island].
All Sooke Day; female prize winners.
Drilling for oil at Muir Creek near Sooke.
All Sooke Day; Sooke centennial celebrations.
Annie Euphemia (Effie) Dunsmuir at Craigdarroch Castle, Victoria.