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[Miscellaneous photographs]
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"The great Chasm" 11 miles above Clinton. About 4 1/2 miles long, 1000 ft. broad and 960 ft. deep.
"The great Chasm" 11 miles above Clinton. About 4 1/2 miles long, 1000 ft. broad and 960 ft. deep.
Quarter Deck. H. M. S. "Sutlej".  35 Guns.
Quarter Deck. H. M. S. "Sutlej". 35 Guns.
H.M.S. 'Malacca' (13 Guns); H.M.S. 'Sutlej' (35 Guns).
H.M.S. 'Malacca' (13 Guns); H.M.S. 'Sutlej' (35 Guns).
Frederick Dally papers
Frederick Dally papers
Letters of introduction
Letters of introduction
Letters of Introduction: 6. Henry Cheetham: 1 letter
Letters of Introduction: 6. Henry Cheetham: 1 letter
Ephemera
Ephemera
Frederick Dally fonds
Frederick Dally fonds
Letters of Introduction: 3. Thomas Williamson: 1 letter
Letters of Introduction: 3. Thomas Williamson: 1 letter
Letters of Introduction: 5. H.V. Broughton: 2 letters and 1 envelope
Letters of Introduction: 5. H.V. Broughton: 2 letters and 1 envelope
Correspondence inward
Correspondence inward
Letters of Introduction: 1. Robert Bentley + Sons: 1 letter
Letters of Introduction: 1. Robert Bentley + Sons: 1 letter
Letters of Introduction: 2. William Cleaver: 1 letter
Letters of Introduction: 2. William Cleaver: 1 letter
The Log of the China Clipper built Tea-Ship Cyclone from London May 5th 1862 to Sep 18th, 1862 to...
The Log of the China Clipper built Tea-Ship Cyclone from London May 5th 1862 to Sep 18th, 1862 to Victoria, Vancouver Island. 7 pp
Cabin Passengers' Contract Ticket. Ship Cyclone, London to Victoria, on May 1, 1862
Cabin Passengers' Contract Ticket. Ship Cyclone, London to Victoria, on May 1, 1862
Correspondence inward: 1. Robert M. Gibbs: 1 letter
Correspondence inward: 1. Robert M. Gibbs: 1 letter
Letters of Introduction: 4. John B. Sanderson: 1 letter
Letters of Introduction: 4. John B. Sanderson: 1 letter
Spences Bridge, Cook's ferry, where gold was first discovered.
Spences Bridge, Cook's ferry, where gold was first discovered.
Indenture between Allan T. Robinson, John B. Robinson and Frederick Dally. Victoria
Indenture between Allan T. Robinson, John B. Robinson and Frederick Dally. Victoria
Songhish [Songhees] Indian Rancherie, Victoria Harbour, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Songhish [Songhees] Indian Rancherie, Victoria Harbour, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Agreements
Agreements
St’át’imc Group at Lillooet, BC
St’át’imc Group at Lillooet, BC
Yale - the head of navigation, 175 miles from Victoria, B.C.
Yale - the head of navigation, 175 miles from Victoria, B.C.
Main Deck "Sutlej"
Main Deck "Sutlej"
Musqueam encampment on Fraser River
Musqueam encampment on Fraser River
China Bar Bluff. 24 miles above Yale.
China Bar Bluff. 24 miles above Yale.
Nin-cum-shin [Nincumshin] tribe of Indians. Thompson River.
Nin-cum-shin [Nincumshin] tribe of Indians. Thompson River.
The Little Bluff. Thompson River.
The Little Bluff. Thompson River.
The Albion Machine Works, Victoria, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
The Albion Machine Works, Victoria, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
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