The Hamilton family at their ranch at Lightning Creek, Cariboo, from left to right; John Hamilton Jr., daughter Elizabeth Muir, Mrs. John Hamilton, John Hamilton Sr., unknown.
Tyhee, Chin-e-mitze. The Nincumshin tribe of Indians on the Thompson River. B.C.
Fraser River Indians. At New Westminster (Stump City).
Peace and Plenty. Indian family and hut, 6 feet by 8 ft. where 6 adults and a family of two, reside in comfortable and affluent (indian) circumstances. Fraser River.
The entrance of an Indian house. Nanaimo
Fraser River Indians.
A frame building on Vancouver Island.
Gathering honey for the community of Brilliant, B.C.
Agnes McKenzie Keith and Goodie McKenzie.
Mrs. Catherine Underwood and child.
John Muir and Sons Sawmill, Sooke, BC; first sawmill on Vancouver Island.
Residence Of Guy Tuttle, Yale.
The Atlin Hotel.
The Hills Homestead, Stamp River, Alberni Valley; probably taken on the occasion of James Hill's marriage to Elizabeth (Lizzie) Nicholas.
The Gorden family at Bella Coola.
John and Mary Graham, their family, and homestead, Denman Island.
A family at Westholme on Vancouver Island.
Halfway House, Saanich; West Saanich Road; J. S. Stevens Proprietor.
Lee Mong Kow family
Mrs. Lee Mong Kow
Severnson Family Of Bella Coola
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Combe and their son, Brian.
MacDonald and Burns families. Back; Gavin Hamilton Burns, Somerled Burns, Flora MacDonald Burns, Lilias MacDonald; Middle; Senator and Mrs. MacDonald, Douglas MacDonald; Front; Torquil Burns, Patricia Burns, Flora Burns
Senator W. J. MacDonald and his daughters at Armadale; left to right, Edythe, Flora and Tiny, holding her dog, Frou-Frou; Flora's future husband, Gavin Burns, is peeking from behind
W.H. McNeill family
The three Earle sisters, Lizzie, Ethel and Nellie.
Mrs. Henry A. King with her nephew, Alfred Heal.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Thomas Hance of Hanceville; nee Mary Ellen, or Nellie Verdier.
Lady Douglas and grandchild.