A home--Port Townsend
A small settlement.
Believed to be Melvin McKay Stephens home in Rossland.
Bird Cage Walk, as Goverment Street was known at the time; Victoria.
Captain Gasset's residence.
Christ Church Cathedral deanery, Burdett Avenue, Victoria.
Fort Steele vicarage.
Glaslyn Cottage, the home of Reverend and Mrs. T.H. Laundy, Simcoe Street, Victoria.
Home At 1510 Dallas Road, Victoria.
Home At 2634 Quadra Street, Victoria.
Mr. Sam Elliott's home on the corner of 5th Avenue and Battle Street; Kamloops.
Mr. and Mrs. James Muirhead and family.
Mrs. Wilkinson outside her home.
Poplar trees on Blanshard Street, looking north from Courtney Street, Victoria, C.C. Pemberton collection
Roderick Finlaysons [sic] Esq. House & Grounds.
Senator Hewitt Bostock's home, Rockland Avenue, Victoria.
St. Stephen's parsonage.
Stonehenge Park, the 1909 residence of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Lyle, 1170 Munro Street, Esquimalt; P. Leonard James, architect.
The H. Hunter home on Thetis Island; P. Leonard James, architect.
The Henry Slye Mason home on Bird Cage Walk in Victoria; note the birdhouses on each of the fenceposts.
The J.H. Todd residence, 196 Johnson Street, Victoria, BC.
The Jacob Hunter Todd home, 196 Johnson Street, Victoria, BC.
The Jacob Sehl residence at Montreal and Belleville Streets, Victoria; built in 1885 and destroyed by fire in 1894; note lumber at right, likley for Sehl Furniture located adjacent.
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.
The R. P. McLennan home on Gorge Road, in Victoria.
The Veasey Ranch, sixteen miles from Ashcroft on the Bonaparte River.
The William Muncie home, Victoria.
The front aspect of George H. Aylard's residence "Stonehaven", 625 Elliot Street, Victoria; just prior to being demolished.
Unidentified home and family.