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[Barkerville & BC Photographs]

Album likely assembled at a later date by a dealer, however many are related to Barkerville, British Columbia, and a fire that destroyed the town in September of 1868. There are also other assorted images including portraits of prominent British C...

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[Istanbul Photo Album 2]

An album of photographs of Istanbul, likely images purchased as souvenirs of a trip. See also UL_1734_03 for snapshots believed to be from the same trip. Both albums come from the estate of one Mr. Abramson, a former Consul General of the United S...

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[Maud Bauer Photo Album]

A photo album with hand-written notes documenting the life and travel of Maud Bauer of Vancouver; in particular a trip with her Mother in 1903. The photos, housed in a small notebook, are well-preserved and almost all have captions including perso...

Bauer, Maud

The Far North

An album of photographs by Charles Wesley Mathers depicting life in the Northwest Territories, including the people, the settlements, their boats, tools, etc. The photographs were taken during Mathers's trip to Northern Alberta and the Northw...

Mathers, C.W.

[Charles Macmunn Album]

A collection of photographs throughout British Columbia and into Alberta by Charles Macmunn (sometimes spelled MacMunn, McMunn, McMann) bound in a large album. The album was included in the final lot of images sold by Macmunn family.

Macmunn, Charles

Informal census taken of the population of the town of Walhachin, British Columbia, on the 19th day of November, 1910.

The first page of the photo album lists the residents of Walhachin as of November 19, 1910. Information includes a person's name and role in the community. Also noted below the list: "Outside the above, there are during 8 or 9 months o...

The British Columbia Development Association Limited

Fort Simpson

View of Lax-Kw'alaams, which is also known as Port Simpson. The name Fort Simpson refers to the Hudson's Bay Company trade post that was located there.

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