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Adams family

A studio portrait taken at a photographic studio attributed to Mrs. R. Maynards Photographic Gallery, part of a larger portfolio of individual and group studio portraits of Maynard clientele. The portrait (full-length) consists of a group of five individuals (1 adult seated, 2 adults standing, and two youth) identified as the Adams family. It is a gelatin dry glass plate negative (10x12 inches). The studio flooring (carpet with a repeating pattern featuring single plant-like leaves, fur rug), furniture (chairs), curtain and plain scenic backdrop are visible. This negative has been manipulated (e.g. there are touch-ups including around the faces of the sitters).

Aerial of downtown Victoria

Item consists of one aerial photograph of downtown Victoria. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on the corner of Douglas Street and Courtney Street is at centre.

Aerial of Victoria from Christ Church Cathedral

Item consists of one stereograph photograph of Victoria, taken from Christ Church Cathedral. The Old Burying Ground (also known as Pioneer Square or Quadra Street Cemetery) is on the viewer's left and Bishop's Close on Quadra Street is visible at centre.

Aerial of Victoria from Church Hill

Item consists of one stereograph photograph of Victoria, taken from Church Hill. Beacon Hill is visible on the viewer's left, St. Ann's Academy is at centre, and the White Horse Hotel and Reformed Episcopalian Church are on the viewer's right.

Aerial of Victoria from Church Hill

Item consists of one stereograph, aerial photograph of Victoria, taken from Church Hill. In the foreground, the French Hospital is visible at the viewer's left and the Roman Catholic church on Humboldt Street, now St. Ann's Chapel, is visible at the viewer's right. Bishop Demer's home is between them.

Aerial of Victoria from Church Hill

Item consists of one stereograph photograph of Victoria, taken from Church Hill. Kanaka Row is visible in the foreground. Also visible are the James Bay Bridge and mud flats, the Colonial Administration Buildings (known as 'The Birdcages'), and Belleville Street.

Aerial of Victoria from Church Hill

Item consists of one stereograph, aerial photograph of Victoria, taken from Church Hill. Rae Street is visible in the foreground and Yates Street in the distance. Quadra Street Cemetery is at the viewer's right.

Aftermath of Point Ellice Bridge disaster

Item consists of one photograph of the Point Ellice Bridge, following its collapse under the Consolidated Electric Railway Company’s No. 16 street car earlier that day (May 26, 1896). Numerous large and small boats and spectators are rushing to assist and survey the resulting disaster.

Aftermath of Point Ellice Bridge disaster

Item consists of one photograph of the Point Ellice Bridge, following its collapse under the Consolidated Electric Railway Company’s No. 16 street car earlier that day (May 26, 1896). Numerous large and small boats and spectators are rushing to assist and survey the resulting disaster.

Alert Bay

Item consists of photograph of house at Yalis with Thunderbird design. The same individuals are pictured in J-04139.

Alert Bay (Yalis)

Item consists of a photograph of a building at Alert Bay (Yalis) taken by Richard Maynard during the 1874 tour of inspection aboard the H.M.S. Boxer. The photograph shows a structure with a thunderbird design. A similar photograph (PN02709) in the ICAR collection identifies the house as the Chief's house.

Alert Bay (Yalis)

Item consists of a photograph of the shoreline at Alert Bay (Yalis) and shows the steamer Princess Louise at dock.

Alert Bay (Yalis)

Item consists of a stereo photograph of a building with thunderbird design at Alert Bay (Yalis). The photograph was taken by Richard Maynard during the 1874 tour of inspection. Other photographs of this building (see PN02772) identify the building as Nimkessh Chief's House, Tlah-Go-Glass.

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