File consists of 3 copy prints and 2 copy negatives of an Emily Carr painting showing St. Paul's Church in North Vancouver. Original is at the BC Archives, Item PDP00656 titled "Indian Reserve, North Vancouver". Title includes the dates 1943-44, but the original artwork is attributed to 1905-1908.
Series consists of photographs of the Metro family. Four of the photographs are large portraits that have been hand-painted (see item level descriptions for more detail). The other six photographs are photographic prints mounted on cardstock. Three of the photographs are exterior and interior views of the Kleanthes Metro's restaurant, Maryland Oyster and Chop House, located at 85 Government Street in Victoria, and the other three photographs are family portraits, however the individuals cannot be identified in all photographs. One of the family portraits is taken by Richard Maynard and another is taken by Hannah Maynard.
Fonds consists of the personal and professional records of Ina D. D. Uhthoff and three of her paintings. The records primarily document Uhthoff's relationships with various art galleries, either regarding selling or exhibiting her works. Some of these records were created by other individuals connected to Ina Uhthoff (principally John Uhthoff, son of Ina Uhthoff) and relate to the selling or disposition of her artwork.
The item is a small oil sketch in a Modernist style. It depicts a cloudy, bright sky with Mount Baker, Washington State, in the background. The foreground shows a field, trees and house rooftops. The painting was done by Jean Gow in 1927.