Thomas Harding, a Victoria merchant
James Lindsay, clerk and registrar from 1869 to 1890; a sergeant in the Royal Artillery.
Roman Catholic missionary Father Augustus Joseph Brabant of Hesquiat Mission
Francis L. Carter Cotton.
John Braden of Victoria.
Left to right; James Ammes, a blacksmith at Barkerville, and William Cameron.
Lieutenant Governor Albert Norton Richards; served from 1876 to 1881.
Mrs. J.W. Church, nee Emily Eilbeck Wilson
Charles William Digby Clifford.
John Jardine, M.P.P.
Charles Augustus Semlin
Frederick William Foster.
Mrs. Maurice Humber.
Robert Paterson Rithet.
Tom Hamilton on the left, and E.D. McKinley on the right.
Annie Hunt, standing, with her her sister Jane and brother George, both seated.
Mrs. James Pottinger, nee Clara Cameron.
Interior View Of Legislative Assembly, Victoria
Simon Anthony [sic] Bantly and his brother Benedict Bantly.
James Anderson, Auditor General.
Governor General, the Earl of Aberdeen, 1893 to 1898.
R.E. Gosnell, Librarian; Thornton Fell, Clerk Legislative Assembly; C.C. Pemberton, Law Clerk; Lieutenant Colonel Richard Wolfenden, King's Printer; J. Anderson, Serge
Honourable John Patton Booth, Speaker, 1898 - 1902.
James Robert Anderson.
Mrs. Alexander Rocke Robertson, nee Margaret Bruce Eberts.
The bar in the Hotel Victoria.