The residence of Kenneth McKenzie at Craigflower.
Holy Trinity Church in New Westminster.
residence of Mr. David McCaulloch; Manager, Bank of British Columbia in New Westminster in 1864.
Victoria from Church Hill, Rae Street at bottom, Yates furthest from camera; Quadra Street Cemetery at right; see A-3419, A-3422, A-3423, A-03424, A-3425, A-3426, A-3427, A-3428.
Blanshard Street, looking north from Burdett Avenue to Pandora Avenue; First Presbyterian Church at centre in the distance, Victoria.
Esquimalt Road, Victoria.
F. G. Claudet's home in New Westminster.
The Fawcett home on Franklin Street.
The W. G. Bowman residence, Yates Street, Victoria.
Looking north on Blanshard Street from Kane Street; later known as Courtney Street, Victoria.
The Palmer home on Fort Street, near Blanshard, Victoria; Fanny Palmer was one of the drowning victims of the wreck of the Pacific in 1875..
The north side of Pandora Avenue, looking east; Victoria.
Fairview, at the southwest corner of Menzies and Quebec Streets; Robert Dunsmuir's home in Victoria before building Craigdarroch Castle.
Fairview; southwest corner of Menzies and Quebec Streets; Robert Dunsmuir's home in Victoria before building Craigdarroch Castle.
The David Spencer home, Victoria.
Vancouver. Carrall Street
The James Bay home of Captain John Irving; located on the southwest corner of Michigan and Menzies Streets; the house was painted in twelve colours.
A hansom cab driven by Squire Hilton outside a Victoria home.
Homes in Dawson, Y.T.
"Huntington Place", first house on left, home of Mrs. D. Fraser, Victoria.
The north side of Lorne Street, Kamloops.
The William Joiseph Pendray home in Victoria.
South Turner Street, James Bay, Victoria; Mrs. William Gold on the sidewalk.
Esquimalt Street Scene.
Fort Steele; looking east from Moore's Trading Store.