Item consists of a photograph of Musqueam camp on the bank of the Fraser River. Additional explanatory notes are included in the caption of this photograph in Dally album 5 (MS-3100.5): "Native woman examining a child's head (which moved) for native runners and immolating them when found between her teeth. Mosqueem [Musqueam] Indian encampment on the Fraser River. Queens Birthday Visitors 1865." The 1865 date appears in Dally's hand in the album caption, however it may be incorrect; Dally visited New Westminster in 1867.
Item consists of a photograph of Bonaparte house on the Thompson River, 111 miles above Yale. The house was run by Semlin and Park. Charles Semlin is pictured in the white hat. At last two of the figures on horseback are women.
Item consists of one studio portrait (mid-length) of an Ohiat [Huu-ay-aht] man from Barclay Sound [Barkley Sound]. Photograph has been cropped into an oval and adhered to album page. "Ohiat Siwash" has been written by hand below.