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Corner Of View And Wharf Streets, Victoria; See Also  A-4656, H-3766, F-6691, A-4099, A-4101.
Corner Of View And Wharf Streets, Victoria; See Also A-4656, H-3766, F-6691, A-4099, A-4101.
First Methodist Church, Victoria; corner of Pandora and Broad Streets; Dr. E. Evans, pastor.
First Methodist Church, Victoria; corner of Pandora and Broad Streets; Dr. E. Evans, pastor.
"First Methodist Church, 1859"; southwest corner of Broad Street and Pandora Avenue, Victoria.
"First Methodist Church, 1859"; southwest corner of Broad Street and Pandora Avenue, Victoria.
Victoria, Christ Church Cathedral From Beacon Hill; Showing Cedar Hill And Mount Tolmie.
Victoria, Christ Church Cathedral From Beacon Hill; Showing Cedar Hill And Mount Tolmie.
Victoria; looking towards the Songhees Reserve; the Protestant's Orphan's Home far right in the foreground.
Victoria; looking towards the Songhees Reserve; the Protestant's Orphan's Home far right in the foreground.
St. Paul's Naval Chapel, Esquimalt.
St. Paul's Naval Chapel, Esquimalt.
Victoria; Christ Church Cathedral on the far left.
Victoria; Christ Church Cathedral on the far left.
First Roman Catholic Church, Humboldt Street, Victoria.
First Roman Catholic Church, Humboldt Street, Victoria.
St. John's Church, known as the Iron Church, and rectory; NE corner of Douglas and Fisgard Streets; site of where the Hudson's Bay store operated for most of the 20th century.
St. John's Church, known as the Iron Church, and rectory; NE corner of Douglas and Fisgard Streets; site of where the Hudson's Bay store operated for most of the 20th century.
First Methodist Church, Victoria.
First Methodist Church, Victoria.
Victoria's first Christ Church Cathedral.
Victoria's first Christ Church Cathedral.
Victoria's first Christ Church Cathedral; begun in 1853, opened 1856, and destroyed by fire in 1869.
Victoria's first Christ Church Cathedral; begun in 1853, opened 1856, and destroyed by fire in 1869.
First Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria; Shot Taken From The Southwest.
First Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria; Shot Taken From The Southwest.
"First Presbyterian Church, Vancouver Island; Victoria".
"First Presbyterian Church, Vancouver Island; Victoria".
St. John's Church in Victoria, also known as the Iron Church.
St. John's Church in Victoria, also known as the Iron Church.
The Church of Our Lord, Victoria; corner of Blanshard and Humboldt Streets; Whitehorse Saloon in stone on left.
The Church of Our Lord, Victoria; corner of Blanshard and Humboldt Streets; Whitehorse Saloon in stone on left.
Sutlej Monument.  Victoria Cemetry [sic].
Sutlej Monument. Victoria Cemetry [sic].
First Presbyterian Church, Victoria; Corner Of Pandora  And Blanshard Streets.
First Presbyterian Church, Victoria; Corner Of Pandora And Blanshard Streets.
St. Andrew's Church, Victoria.
St. Andrew's Church, Victoria.
Funeral of Sir James Douglas, at the Church of our Lord, corner of Blanshard and Humboldt Streets, Victoria; Sir James donated the land the church was built on
Funeral of Sir James Douglas, at the Church of our Lord, corner of Blanshard and Humboldt Streets, Victoria; Sir James donated the land the church was built on
Esquimalt Town, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
Esquimalt Town, V.I. [Vancouver Island]
The Church (St. Paul's) Esquimalt, V.I.
The Church (St. Paul's) Esquimalt, V.I.
First Presbyterian Church, Victoria; Corner Of Pandora  Avenue And Blanshard Street.
First Presbyterian Church, Victoria; Corner Of Pandora Avenue And Blanshard Street.
"St. Andrew's Church, Victoria, Vancouver Island".
"St. Andrew's Church, Victoria, Vancouver Island".
"The Fort - Esquimalt"; from Admiral Hastings' album, 1866-1869.
"The Fort - Esquimalt"; from Admiral Hastings' album, 1866-1869.
First Methodist Church, Victoria.
First Methodist Church, Victoria.
First Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria; Shot Taken From The Northwest.
First Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria; Shot Taken From The Northwest.
St. Nicholas Hall, Broughton Street, Victoria; used as a house of worship before the building of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in 1868
St. Nicholas Hall, Broughton Street, Victoria; used as a house of worship before the building of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in 1868
St. Paul's church, Esquimalt
St. Paul's church, Esquimalt
Interior, Showing Sunday School, Second Christ Chrurch Cathedral, Victoria..
Interior, Showing Sunday School, Second Christ Chrurch Cathedral, Victoria..
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