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1 BC-2 Maligne Canyon [192-?] None
2 BC-3 Scene of massacre, Riel Rebellion, 1885 [192-?] None
3 BC-4 The Shack, Banff [189-?] None
4 BC-5 Jason Ovid Allard [189-?]. None
5 BC-6 Ovid Allard [186-?] None
6 BC-7 Alert Bay showing totem poles [193-?]. None
7 BC-9 Looking south down Bow Lake 1956 1956 None
8 BC-10 Part of Simpson Lodge, Bow Lake 1956. None
9 BC-19 The town of Peace River from Judah Hill. [1927?]. None
10 BC-20 The Peace & Smoky Rivers, viewed from Davis' grave [192-?]. None
11 BC-21 Peace & Smoky Rivers [1935?]. None
12 BC-22 View at Peace River, Alberta [192-?]. None
13 BC-23 Peace River auto camp [192-?] None
14 BC-24 Alert Bay Village 1862 [192-?] None
15 BC-26 "The ferry", Rocky Mountain House. [192-?]. None
16 BC-27 "The Chimneys", Rocky Mountain House. None
17 BC-29 [Rocky Mountain House, Alta., the two chimneys in ruins : 192-?]. [192-?]. None
18 BC-30 Rocky Mountain House cairn [1931]. None
19 BC-31 [Rocky Mountain House cairn]. [1931] None
20 BC-33 [View of cairn and two restored chimneys at Rocky Mountain House, Alta] [194-?]. None
21 BC-35 Muir Glacier [1887, July?] None
22 BC-36 Muir Glacier taken at 1/2 past nine at night 1889? None
23 BC-37 The westernmost point of the continent ... Cape Prince of Wales [1927?]. None
24 BC-38 Icy Bay and Mount St. Elias [1794?]. None
25 BC-39 Trailbreaking in Alaska 190-? None
26 BC-41 Fort Astor, Astoria Centennial, Astoria, Oregon [1911?]. None
27 BC-42 Fort Astor, Astoria Centennial, Astoria, Oregon [1911]. None
28 BC-43 Mouth of the Columbia River, Astoria, Oregon [190-?] None
29 BC-44 Oregon's first custom house, Astoria, 1852. First post office, west of Rocky Mts., established 1847, Astoria, Oregon [191-?] None
30 BC-45 Astoria Column [192-?] None
31 BC-46 Astoria Column. [192-?]. None
32 BC-48 [Atlin, B.C., main street in winter] [190-?]. None
33 BC-49 Llewellyn Glacier, Atlin, B.C. July 18th, 1905 1905 July 18 None
34 BC-50 B.C., early branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. [190-?]. None
35 BC-52 Sketch of the "Silent Tyler" temple of Cariboo Lodge No. 4 [19--?]. None
36 BC-53 "Masonic Hall," Barkerville, B.C [192-?]. None
37 BC-54 Barkerville, B.C., view of the town. [1860's?] None
38 BC-55 [Barkerville, B.C., view of buildings] [1922]. None
39 BC-56 The one street of Barkerville, B.C. on August 10, 1929 at time of unveiling. 1929? None
40 BC-57 Lower end of Barkerville. 192-? None
41 BC-58 Forest Rose Mine 1868. None
42 BC-59 Barkerville, B.C., exterior view of Government Assay Office and Hotel de France [186-?] None
43 BC-65 A British Columbia souvenir of America's 400th anniversary 1893. None
44 BC-66 Wreck of the Beaver [19--?]. None
45 BC-70 F.H. Bonsfield, Asst. Assayer to F.G. Claudet, died in England, ca. 1908-1911. [187-?] None
46 BC-71 Robert L. Borden 1911 October 10. None
47 BC-73 Sir Mackenzie Bowell 1894 December 21. None
48 BC-74 Barkerville, B.C., grave of Chartres Brew. 1929? None
49 BC-75 The Illecillewaet Canyon [189-?]. None
50 BC-76 Old Alexandra Bridge, Spuzzum 1863 None
51 BC-77 Alexandra Suspension Bridge - Built 1863 by Joseph Trutch. [187-?]. None
52 BC-78 Spuzzum, B.C., Alexandra Suspension Bridge. [187-?]. None
53 BC-80 Alexandra Suspension Bridge. [187-?] None
54 BC-81 Alexandra Bridge Over the Fraser River, British Columbia [195-?] None
55 BC-82 New Alexandra Bridge over the Fraser [193-?]. None
56 BC-83 Old Cariboo stage, Ashcroft, B.C [19--?]. None
57 BC-86 Barkerville (after the fire 1868) 1868 None
58 BC-87 Barkerville, 1925 [1925?] None
59 BC-88 Fire hall, Barkerville [1925]. None
60 BC-89 Barkerville cairn [1929 August 10] None
61 BC-90 Tame moose at Barkerville, B.C. [192-]. None
62 BC-91 Charles Moore and moose calf, Barkerville, 1925 [1925] None
63 BC-92 Barkerville, B.C., two men who attended unveiling of the cairn. 1929 August 15. None
64 BC-93 Anglican church, Barkerville [192-?] None
65 BC-94 Anglican church, Barkerville [192-?]. None
66 BC-95 Winter mail service, Barkerville, B.C. [192-?]. None
67 BC-96 Gardner's Ranch, Beaver Pass, Barkerville Road, Cariboo, B.C., 1930, looking east [1930?] None
68 BC-97 Band playing at Kelly's Hotel, Aug. 10, 1929 [1929?]. None
69 BC-98 [Barkerville, B.C., group of old-timers : 191-?]. [191-?]. None
70 BC-99 Barkerville, B.C [1929?]. None
71 BC-100 Kelly's Hotel, Barkerville, Cariboo, B.C. [1929 August 10?]. None
72 BC-101 Barkerville in January [192-] None
73 BC-102 "Early days in Barkerville, B.C." [187-?] None
74 BC-103 Barkerville [192-?]. None
75 BC-104 Off the Barkerville Road, Aug. 20th 1926 [1926?] None
76 BC-105 Barkerville [1929 August 10?] None
77 BC-106 [Barkerville, B.C., view of main street ] [192-?]. None
78 BC-107 Old Masonic temple, Barkerville, B.C. [192-?]. None
79 BC-108 Barkerville, B.C. [192-?]. None
80 BC-109 Barkerville, B.C. [192-?]. None
81 BC-110 Barkerville, B.C., cairn at Barkerville during unveiling ceremony : 1929 August 10. 1929 None
82 BC-111/1-2 [Barkerville, B.C., members of the Masonic Grand Lodge B.C.R.] [1926?]. None
83 BC-112 Westwold, B.C., last of the camels used on the Cariboo Trail in the early 1860's [19--?]. None
84 BC-113 Barkerville, Cariboo Road, Antler Creek Bridge and Road, mouth of Conklin Gulch, Oct. 1921 [1921?]. None
85 BC-114 Barkerville, B.C., looking across street from J.H. Office to Harpers, Nov. 1922 [1922?]. None
86 BC-115 Queen's birthday, Barkerville : [1869 May 24]. [1869 May 24] None
87 BC-118 Mile 52 near Tete Jaune Cache, the Buster House, 1912 [1912?]. None
88 BC-119 Butedale Falls, Grenville Channel [192-?]. None
89 BC-120 Castle Mountain on the way and near to Bute Inlet [192-?]. None
90 BC-121 China Hat, Inside Passage [192-?] None
91 BC-122 Looking up Dean Channel from Mackenzie Rock [192-?]. None
92 BC-123 Kincolith, the home of Arch. Collison, Nass, B.C. [192-?] None
93 BC-124 Port Essington, Skeena River, 1888 [1888?]. None
94 BC-125 The Rousseau Range along the Portland Canal [192-?] None
95 BC-126 Entrance to Princess Louisa Inlet [192-?]. None
96 BC-127 Canoe Pass and Ripple Rock [193-?]. None
97 BC-128 Maud Island and the rip after flood hits Ripple Rock [193-?]. None
98 BC-129 Flood tide in Seymour Narrows looking towards Race Pt. and Gowlland Harbour [193-?]. None
99 BC-130 Flood tide in Seymour Narrows [193-?]. None
100 BC-131 S.S. Cardena, Union Steamship Ltd. on crest of big floodtide in Seymour Nars. [i.e. Narrows ] [193-?] None
101 BC-132 Seymour Narrows showing flood tide rip with back eddy in foreground [193-?]. None
102 BC-133 Tug heading for Menzies Bay in the flood [193-?]. None
103 BC-134 Cruising in B.C. waters [195-?] None
104 BC-135 Along B.C. coast [195-?] None
105 BC-136 B.C., unidentified coastal scene. [19--?]. None
106 BC-137 B.C., unidentified coastal scene. [19--?]. None
107 BC-138 B.C., unidentified forest scene. [19--?]. None
108 BC-139 B.C., unidentified coastal scene with village at water's edge. [19--?]. None
109 BC-140 B.C., unidentified coastal scene. [19--?]. None
110 BC-141 Finlay Forks [192-?] None
111 BC-142 Blaeberry Creek ... view looking east toward the Rocky Mts 1922 September None
112 BC-143 The extreme upper or southerly end of Columbia Lake, source of the Columbia river. 1912? None
113 BC-144 Canoe River, B.C. ... taken at mouth of Canoe River ... where it empties into the Columbia : 1924 October. [1924?]. None
114 BC-145 The very upper or southerly end of upper Columbia Lake ... looking across at the Stanford Range : 1912 August. 1912 None
115 BC-146 The very source of the Columbia River, looking south across Canal Flat toward the Kootenay river ... 1912 None
116 BC-147 First bend of the Columbia River immediately below the outlet from Lake Windermere ... steamboat "Klahowya" 1912 None
117 BC-148 Fort Fork, Peace River, people landing from S.S. D.A. Thomas, July 1929 [1929?]. None
118 BC-149 Fort Fork, Peace River [192-?]. None
119 BC-150 Stuart River from bridge crossing to Ft. St. James [192-?]. None
120 BC-151 Interior "Douglas Lodge" [192-?]. None
121 BC-152 Sir George Simpson Centenary, Fort St. James Sept. 17 1928 [1928?] None
122 BC-153 Judge Howay speaking, Sir George Simpson Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928, Fort St. James 1928? None
123 BC-154 Sir George Simpson Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928, Fort St. James [1928?]. None
124 BC-155 Sir George Simpson Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928, Fort St. James [1928?]. None
125 BC-156 Sir George Simpson's Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928, Fort St. James [1928?]. None
126 BC-157 Sir George Simpson's Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928, Fort St. James [1928?]. None
127 BC-158 Sir George Simpson's Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928, Fort St. James [1928?]. None
128 BC-159 Sir George Simpson's Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928, Fort St. James [1928?]. None
129 BC-160 Sir George Simpson's Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928 [1928?]. None
130 BC-161 Sir George Simpson's Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928 [1928?]. None
131 BC-162 Sir George Simpson's Centenary, Sept. 17, 1928, Fort St. James [1928?]. None
132 BC-163 Fort St. James, B.C., Sir George Simpson party and Tsimshian Indian chiefs entering Fort St. James. 1928 None
133 BC-164 [Fort St. James, B.C., Carrier Indians' gambling game exhibition at Sir George Simpson Centennial : 1928 September 17]. [1928?]. None
134 BC-165 Old log warehouse, Ft. St. James, near Douglas Lodge : 1925 September. [1925?]. None
135 BC-166 Old Factors House, Fort St. James near Douglas Lodge : 1925 September. [1925?]. None
136 BC-167 Fort St. James near "Douglas Lodge" : 1925 September. [1925?]. None
137 BC-168 [Fort St. James, B.C. Factor's house] [194-?]. None
138 BC-169 Top of Mt. Pope, 2200 ft. above Douglas Lodge [192-?]. None
139 BC-170 [Fort St. James, B.C., two unidentified men standing in front of house [194-?]. None
140 BC-171 View of Fort St. James, B.C. 192-? None
141 BC-171/1 Monument at Sir Wilfrid Laurier's birthplace, St. Lin, Quebec 1941 November 20 None
142 BC-171/2 Birthplace of Sir Wilfred Laurier, St. Lin, Quebec 1941 November 20 None
143 BC-172 Bridge over Stuart River into Fort St. James, B.C. [194-?]. None
144 BC-173 Stuart Lake above Douglas Lodge [192-?]. None
145 BC-174 Church at Fort St. James, B.C. [194-?]. None
146 BC-175 Stuart Lake, B.C., view of the lake. [194-?]. None
147 BC-176 Necoslie Band Reserve, Fort St. James, B.C., grave of Kwah. [194?]. None
148 BC-177 Necoslie Band Reserve, Fort St. James, B.C., grave of Kwah. [194-?]. None
149 BC-178 Fort St. James, B.C., old log warehouse. [194-?]. None
150 BC-179 Fort St. James, B.C., new Hudson's Bay Company store. [194-?]. None
151 BC-180 Stuart Lake, B.C., view of the lake and Mount Pope taken from base of a flagpole. [194-?]. None
152 BC-181 Stuart Lake Indian Mission, Fort St. James, B.C., view of the church building. [194-?]. None
153 BC-184 The lake, Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. [192-?]. None
154 BC-185 Kootenae House, Windermere Lake, B.C., view of Kootenae House. [1922?]. None
155 BC-186 Site of Kootenae House of David Thompson (1807-8-9) looking east across the valley. [1912?]. None
156 BC-187/1 The site of Kootenae House, built by David Thompson in July 1807 1912? None
157 BC-187/2 The site of Kootenae House, built by David Thompson in July 1807 1912 August 8 None
158 BC-187/3 The site of Kootenae House, built by David Thompson in July 1807 1912 August 8 None
159 BC-188/1 Day after the Great Fire, 1886. 1886 None
160 BC-188/1 David Thompson Celebration. Fort rebuilt at Lake Windermere and opened Aug 30, 1922 [1922?]. None
161 BC-188/2 Lake Windermere, Aug. 30/22 [1922?]. None
162 BC-188/3 Kootenay women with their children. [1922?]. None
163 BC-188/4 Pageant Aug. 20, 1922 [1922?] None
164 BC-188/5 Thompson memorial fort, Windermere, Sept. 1922 [1922?] None
165 BC-188/6 [Kootenay women on horseback] [1922?] None
166 BC-188/7 Kootenay man standing in front of a crowd. [1922?] None
167 BC-188/9 [Local residents enter Kootenae House Museum] [1922?] None
168 BC-188/10 Row of Kootenay women at Kootenay House Museum opening ceremony. [1922?] None
169 BC-188/11 Three illuminated tepees at night at Lake Windermere. [1922?] None
170 BC-188/12 Pageant Aug. 20, 1922. [1922?] None
171 BC-188/13 Religious procession. [1922?] None
172 BC-188/14 Parade to Kootenae House Museum celebrations. [1922?] None
173 BC-188/15 Residents share tobacco at Kootenae House Museum opening celebrations. [1922?] None
174 BC-188/16 Two Kootenay women on horseback. [1922?] None
175 BC-188/17 Nine men in a canoe at Windermere lake. [1922?] None
176 BC-188/18 Residents and Kootenay people at Lake Windermere Camp. [1922?] None
177 BC-188/19 [Crowd celebrating at Lake Windermere Camp] [1922?] None
178 BC-188/20 Group of Kootenay people in costume at Kootenae House Museum opening celebrations. [1922?] None
179 BC-188/21 Crowd gathered at Lake Windermere camp. 1922 None
180 BC-188/22 Kootenay woman with child on a travois. 1922 None
181 BC-188/23 Group of Kootenay women at Kootenae House Museum opening celebration. 1922 None
182 BC-188/24 Kootenae House Museum, opened August 30, 1922 - view of front 1922 None
183 BC-188/25 Opening of Kootanae House Museum, August 30, 1922 1922 None
184 BC-188/28 Near Lake Windermere est. 1807. Inside Kootanae House Museum, opened August 30, 1922 1922 None
185 BC-189 Old time hotel, Perry Creek, 1930 1930 None
186 BC-189 Old time hotel, Perry Creek, 1930 [1930?] None
187 BC-190 Fish Lake on Sheep Creek near Fort Steele, B.C. 1912 None
188 BC-191 Confluence of Vermilion and Simpson Rivers, 54 miles west of Banff, Kootenay Park [194-?]. None
189 BC-192 Mouth of the Simpson River and Simpson valley [194-?]. None
190 BC-196 Legislative Assembly, Victoria B.C. [1886?]. None
191 BC-196 Legislative Assembly, Victoria B.C. : 1887. [1886?]. None
192 BC-198 Thirteenth Parliament of British Columbia Session 1913, elected 1912 [1913]. None
193 BC-199 First Legislature of 1864 1864 None
194 BC-200 First Legislative Assembly of B.C. after Confederation, 1872 [1872?]. None
195 BC-201 Legislative Council 1870 [19--?]. None
196 BC-203 On the road to Cariboo, the start from Lillooet, from an old drawing : [186-?] [191-?]. None
197 BC-204 English church, Lillooet, B.C. [192-?]. None
198 BC-205 Freight teams, Lillooet, B.C. [1912-1920]. None
199 BC-206 Lillooet, B.C. [192-?]. None
200 BC-207 Seaton Lake, Lillooet, B.C. 192-? None
201 BC-208/1-4 Lillooet, B.C., views of an adobe house. 1923 September None
202 BC-209 Lillooet, B.C., Judge F.W. Howay and unidentified man sitting on a porch. 1923 September None
203 BC-210 Lillooet, B.C., view of a church? and countryside. 1923 September None
204 BC-212 Along Richmond Road [192-?]. None
205 BC-215 The Prairie Flower, Williams Creek. 186-? None
206 BC-216 The Ne'er Do Well, Grouse Creek. 186-? None
207 BC-217 The Sheepshead, Williams Creek. 186-? None
208 BC-218 The Rankin Company Mine. 186-? None
209 BC-219 Treadwell Mines. 189-? None
210 BC-221 Nelson, B.C., showing smelter and Kootenay Lake. [192-]. None
211 BC-222 Baker St. Nelson, B.C., May 1897 [1897?]. None
212 BC-223 Reid Building, Nelson, B.C., 4 Dec. 1912 [1912?]. None
213 BC-225 Nelson, B.C., horse race, July 1st, 1898 [1898] None
214 BC-228 Ocean Falls, B.C. [192-?]. None
215 BC-229 Apartments 4 and 5 and tennis courts, Ocean Falls, B.C. [192-?]. None
216 BC-230 Ocean Falls, B.C. [192-?]. None
217 BC-231 Duplex dwellings, Ocean Falls, B.C. [192-?]. None
218 BC-232 Aerial view, Ocean Falls, B.C. [192-?]. None
219 BC-233 Peace River District, B.C., wheat field showing cut and stacked sheaves. [19--?]. None
220 BC-234 Entrance to Peace River Canyon [192-?]. None
221 BC-235 Rock drilling contest, Sandon, B.C., Sept. 7th, 1904. Team of McDonald and McGilvery. 1904 None
222 BC-236 Fould Bros. of Greenwood, B.C. at work, winners of $1,000 purse at Sandon, B.C., Sept. 7th, 1904. Distance drilled in 15 minutes, 32 5/8 inches 1904 None
223 BC-237 Head of Tramway, Payne Mine, Sandon, B.C. 1898 None
224 BC-238 Actual play in competition game, New Year's Day, 1902, Crawford vs. Hood 1902]. None
225 BC-239 Sandon, B.C., just after big fire of May 4th, 1900. 1900? None
226 BC-240 Sandon, B.C., just after big fire of May 4th, 1900. 1900? None
227 BC-241 R.C. [Roman Catholic] church at Sechelt, B.C. 1890 June 10 None
228 BC-242 Shawingan [i.e. Shawnigan] Lake Hotel, near Victoria, B.C. [190-?]. None
229 BC-243 Koenig's Shawnigan Lake, B.C. [190-?]. None
230 BC-244 Strathcona Lodge, Shawnigan Lake, B.C. 1922 July. None
231 BC-245 Rapids at Shuswap Falls [189-?]. None
232 BC-246 Bridge at Shuswap Falls [189-?]. None
233 BC-247 Potholes at Shuswap Falls [189-?]. None
234 BC-248 Potholes at Shuswap Falls [189-?]. None
235 BC-249 Mule team, Yale, B.C. ca.1868 None
236 BC-250 Looking down Carpenter Creek showing train from Idaho Mines residence, Alamo, Slocan, B.C. 189-? None
237 BC-251 Old view of Spence's Bridge across Thompson River [191--?]. None
238 BC-252 Spence's Bridge [19--?]. None
239 BC-253 Summerland Experimental Station grounds looking west toward Snow Mountain near railway bridge over Trout Creek [195-?]. None
240 BC-254 Experimental Station overlooking Okanagan Lake, showing cow barns, dairy and main administration buildings [195-?]. None
241 BC-255 View from Summerland Experimental Station [195-?]. None
242 BC-256 Lamplugh Glacier, Tarr Inlet, Alaska [192-?]. None
243 BC-257 Icy Straits, Alaska. 192-? None
244 BC-258 Foot of Reid Glacier, Tarr Inlet, Alaska [192-?]. None
245 BC-259 Icebergs in Tarr Inlet, Alaska [192-?]. None
246 BC-260 Marjorie Glacier, Tarr Inlet, Alaska [192-?]. None
247 BC-261 Reid Glacier, Alaska [192-?]. None
248 BC-262 [Tarr Inlet, B.C., man and woman in a boat in front of Grand Pacific Glacier] None
249 BC-263 Tarr Inlet, B.C. [192-?]. None
250 BC-264 Icebergs in Tarr Inlet, B.C. [192-?]. None
251 BC-265 Grand Pacific Glacier, Tarr Inlet, B.C. [192-?]. None
252 BC-266 Iceberg in Tarr Inlet, B.C. [192-?]. None
253 BC-267 Stranded icebergs, Tarr Inlet, B.C. [192-?]. None
254 BC-269 Grand Pacific Glacier, Tarr Inlet, B.C. [192-?]. None
255 BC-270 Portion of front of Grand Pacific Glacier, Tarr Inlet, B.C. [192-?]. None
256 BC-271 Front of Grand Pacific Glacier, from International Boundary [192-?]. None
257 BC-272 Wire Cache, B.C., 109 miles up the North Thompson River from Kamloops, B.C. Wire packed over Yale Cariboo Trail in 1865. The laying of the Atlantic Cable stopped this telegraphic movement [1910?]. None
258 BC-275 Sumas, B.C., view of farms. [195-?]. None
259 BC-276/1-2 Vancouver, B.C., Sept. 1901 "The Ophir", Burrard Inlet, Vancouver B.C., Sept. 1901 [1901?]. None
260 BC-277/1-2 Vancouver, B.C. [and] Vancouver, B.C. Sept. 1901 [1901?]. None
261 BC-278/1-2 Vancouver, B.C., Sept. 1901 [and] Parliament buildings, Victoria at night, Sept. 1901 [1901?]. None
262 BC-279 Ashcroft, B.C., a "B.X." six-horse stagecoach in front of the B.C. Express Co. building. [189-?]. None
263 BC-280 Original CPR hotel, 1890 1890. None
264 BC-281 Possibly Northern Bank, Hastings Street, Vancouver, 190-? [190-?]. None
265 BC-282 Pennant winners of Northwestern Baseball League "Beavers", Vancouver, B.C. 191-? None
266 BC-283 Vancouver, B.C., Christ Church Cathedral, Church of England, corner of Burrard and Georgia. [189-?]. None
267 BC-284 Hastings Street, corner [of] Granville, 1890 [1890?]. None
268 BC-285 Deadman's [i.e. Deadman] Island [192-?]. None
269 BC-285 Deadman's [i.e. Deadman] Island [192-?]. None
270 BC-286 Deadman's [i.e. Deadman] Island [192-?]. None
271 BC-287 View of Coal Harbour, painted by Edward Roper in June 1887. [19--?]. None
272 BC-288/2 Water front [sic], showing Princess Louise Tree, 1886. 1886 None
273 BC-288/3 Foot of Granville St. 1886 None
274 BC-288/4 Looking west from Hastings Mill. 1886 None
275 BC-288/5 City Hall and 1st council, 1886. 1886 None
276 BC-288/6 Carrall and Powell Sts. 1886. 1886 None
277 BC-288/7 Granville St. 1900. 1900 None
278 BC-288/8 First C.P.R. train arriving in Vancouver May 1887. 1900 None
279 BC-288/9 Vancouver from Mt. Pleasant, 1890. 1890 None
280 BC-288/10 July 1st, 1890. Cordova St. 1890 None
281 BC-288/11 Site of Hudsons Bay stores on Granville St. 1890 None
282 BC-289 First court held in Vancouver,B.C., Hastings Street, Fall of 1890 [19--?]. None
283 BC-290 Shore of Burrard Inlet where Vancouver stands [1868?] None
284 BC-291 [Vancouver, B.C., beach scene, English Bay Pier looking towards Pt. Atkinson] [192-?]. None
285 BC-292 Sunset on English Bay [190-?] None
286 BC-294 Vancouver, B.C., postcard showing Vancouver twenty years ago, Vancouver today, and Vancouver ten years ago [1912?] None
287 BC-295 Vancouver outer harbour from Jericho Beach looking toward Stanley Park : 1887 June. [192-?]. None
288 BC-296 Downtown Vancouver [195-?]. None
289 BC-297 North Arm Bridge, autumn of 1889, looking north from Sea Island ... : 1889 [195-?]. None
290 BC-298/1 Hastings Mill, Vancouver, B.C., 1888 [1936?]. None
291 BC-298/2 Hastings Mill, Vancouver, B.C., 1904 [1936?]. None
292 BC-299 The Canadian Bank of Commerce, the old and the new, Vanderhoof, B.C. 1952 November 11 None
293 BC-300 Vanderhoof, B.C., old Post Office on left, new Federal Building on right. 1952 December None
294 BC-301 Federal Building, Vanderhoof, B.C. 1952 November 11 None
295 BC-302 Vernon Contingent, Strathcona's Horse [1900]. None
296 BC-303 Vernon Exhibition, 1892 1892 None
297 BC-304 Long Lake near Vernon, B.C. [192-?]. None
298 BC-307 B.C., two men standing beside large water pipe, possibly in Okanagan valley. [191-?]. None
299 BC-308 Ocean-going ship taking advantage of the flood tide in Seymour Narrows [193-?]. None
300 BC-309 The railroad, Long Lake [i.e. Kalamalka Lake], B.C. [191-?]. None
301 BC-310 Legislative Library, Victoria, B.C. 1915. None
302 BC-311/1 The Reference Room , Provincial Library, Victoria, B.C. [1915?]. None
303 BC-311/2 Reference Room Prov. Library, Victoria, B.C. [1915?]. None
304 BC-311/3 Northwest History Division, Prov. Library Victoria, B.C. [1915?]. None
305 BC-311/4 Archives and Northwest History room, prov. library, Victoria, B.C. [1915?]. None
306 BC-313 William Burns. ca. 1910 None
307 BC-315/2 Central View of Fort Ross, Calif, 1934 [195-?]. None
308 BC-315/3 Soldiers Barrack Fort Ross in 1884 [195-?]. None
309 BC-315/4 Old Russian Well 1884 Fort Ross, Calif. [195-?]. None
310 BC-315/5 Reconstructed "Bastion" or Block House built in 1881 by Russians. Fort Ross, Calif. [195-?]. None
311 BC-315/6 Fort Ross. Built by the Russians in 1812 [195-?]. None
312 BC-315/7 Fort Ross, Calit. 1901 [195-?]. None
313 BC-315/8 Stockade and Bastion. Fort Ross, Calif. [195-?]. None
314 BC-315/9 Fireplace - Russian Officers Bldg. Fort Ross, Calif. [195-?]. None
315 BC-315/10 Original Chapel, built by Russians in 1811 a Fort Ross, Calif. [195-?]. None
316 BC-315/11 [plauqe placed on Fort Ross chapel] [195-?]. None
317 BC-316 Reconstructed commander's house or officers' building, Fort Ross, California 1949 September None
318 BC-317/1 Majestic sweep of the Golden Gate Bridge at sunset. ca. 1937. None
319 BC-317/1-6 [San Francisco, California, six views of the Golden Gate Bridge] ca. 1937. None
320 BC-317/2 Golden Gate Bridge Looking Through the Golden Gate from the Pacific. ca. 1937. None
321 BC-317/3 The Golden Gate Bridge. Here the Sky seems to Smile Upon Man's Splendid Achievement. ca. 1937. None
322 BC-317/4 Golden Gate Bridge Main Span ca. 1937. None
323 BC-317/5 Golden Gate Bridge Distance Lends Enchantment ca. 1937. None
324 BC-317/6 The Golden Gate Bridge. The towers -- Reaching Skyward. ca. 1937. None
325 BC-318/1 [Summerstown, Ontario, view of Fairfield estate, built by John A. Cameron] [1939?]. None
326 BC-318/1-3 [Summerstown, Ontario, three views of Fairfield estate, built by John A. Cameron] [1939?]. None
327 BC-318/2 [Summerstown, Ontario, view of Fairfield estate, built by John A. Cameron] [1939?]. None
328 BC-318/3 [Summerstown, Ontario, view of Fairfield estate, built by John A. Cameron] [1939?]. None
329 BC-319 Salem, Ontario, grave of Sophia Cameron, wife of John A. Cameron [1939?]. None
330 BC-320 Cariboo Cameron's wedding party None
331 BC-321 View on Parsnip River 192-? None
332 BC-322/1 Lake Windermere, B.C. [192-?]. None
333 BC-322/2 Lake Windermere, B.C. [192-?]. None
334 BC-323/1-3 [Lake Windermere Camp, B.C., group portraits of those attending Kootenae House Museum opening? : 1922 August 30?]. [1922?]. None
335 BC-324/1 Windermere Lake, B.C., wading pool on hillside?. [1922?]. None
336 BC-324/1-42 Windermere Lake, B.C., camping scenes at and around the Windermere Lake area : 1922 August?. [1922?]. None
337 BC-324/2 Windermere Lake, B.C. area woman on horseback?. [1922?]. None
338 BC-324/3 Windermere Lake, B.C. man with pipe?. [1922?]. None
339 BC-324/4 Windermere Lake, camping scene?. [1922?]. None
340 BC-324/5 Windermere Lake, night-time bonfire?. [1922?]. None
341 BC-324/6 Windermere Lake area, wading pool resevoir?. [1922?]. None
342 BC-324/7 Windermere Lake area, outing on horseback?. 1922? None
343 BC-324/8 Windermere Lake area, person chopping wood?. [1922?]. None
344 BC-324/9 Windermere Lake area, picnic?. [1922?]. None
345 BC-324/10 Windermere Lake area, man mounting a horse. [1922?]. None
346 BC-324/11 Windermere Lake area, wading pool resevoir. [1922?]. None
347 BC-324/12 Windermere Lake area, river flowing through mountain side?. [1922?]. None
348 BC-324/14 Windermere Lake area, camping?. [1922?]. None
349 BC-324/15 Windermere Lake area, bridge?. [1922?]. None
350 BC-324/16 Windermere Lake area, river?. [1922?]. None
351 BC-324/17 Windermere Lake area, hikers and ravine?. 1922?. None
352 BC-324/18 Windermere Lake area, unpaved road through forest?. [1922?]. None
353 BC-324/19 Windermere Lake area, rural landscape?. [1922?]. None
354 BC-324/20 Windermere Lake area, unpaved road with pack horses?. [1922?]. None
355 BC-324/21 Windermere Lake area, trail with pack horses?. [1922?]. None
356 BC-324/22 Windermere Lake area, horseback on unpaved road in mountains?. [1922?]. None
357 BC-324/23 Windermere Lake area, unpaved road in the wilderness?. [1922?]. None
358 BC-324/24 Windermere Lake area, river flowing through ravine?. [1922?]. None
359 BC-324/25 Windermere Lake area, pack horses on unpaved road next to a lake?. 1922? None
360 BC-324/26 Windermere Lake area, pack horses on unpaved road in the forest?. [1922?]. None
361 BC-324/27 Windermere Lake area, riverbank?. [1922?]. None
362 BC-324/28 Windermere Lake area, packhorses on unpaved road?. [1922?]. None
363 BC-324/29 Windermere Lake area, logging site?. [1922?]. None
364 BC-324/30 Windermere Lake area, packhorses traversing river?. [1922?]. None
365 BC-324/31 Windermere Lake area, packhorses next to stream?. [1922?]. None
366 BC-324/32 Windermere Lake area, river cutting through ravine?. [1922?]. None
367 BC-324/33 Windermere Lake area, river cutting through ravine?. [1922?]. None
368 BC-324/34 Windermere Lake area, packhorses on unpaved road?. [1922?]. None
369 BC-324/35 Windermere Lake area, packhorses on unpaved road?. [1922?]. None
370 BC-324/36 Windermere Lake area, man fishing in river?. [1922?]. None
371 BC-324/37 Windermere Lake area, men on horseback next to pond?. [1922?]. None
372 BC-324/38 Windermere Lake area, group on horseback on unpaved road?. [1922?]. None
373 BC-324/39 Windermere Lake area, group on horseback on unpaved road?. [1922?]. None
374 BC-324/40 Windermere Lake area, group on horseback on rough unpaved road?. [1922?]. None
375 BC-324/41 Windermere Lake area, view of valley?. [1922?]. None
376 BC-324/42 Windermere Lake area, man and woman standing in front of house?. [1922?]. None
377 BC-325 Tablet erected on Dealy Island by Captain Kellett and Commander McClintock in 1852-3, whose vessels were lost. This tablet was found by Commander Bernier and re-erected with his own tablet on Parry's Rock, commemorating annexing of the Arctic Archipeligo [195-?]. None
378 BC-326 Tablet left on Parry's Rock, Winter Harbour, July 1st, 1909, by Captain J. E. Bernier. Young musk ox licking commander's hand. Officers and crew of the "Arctic" [195-?]. None
379 BC-327 Copy of memorial of taking possession of Arctic Archipelago for Canada [195-?]. None
380 BC-328 Buffalo being driven over a cliff by hunters on horseback [18--?] None
381 BC-329 This grave of a member of the C.P.R. [i.e. Canadian Pacific Railway] survey in 1876, is near the old Cannery at Kimsquit on Dean Channel, about 30 miles north of Bella Coola ... [19--?]. None
382 BC-330 Cold Storage Plant, 1913 None
383 BC-331 Driving the last spike of the Canadian Pacific Railway 1885 November 7. None
384 BC-332 Bear River, n. of Barkerville 192-? None
385 BC-333 The Cameron, Tinker and Watte [sic] claims, Camerontown, Williams Creek [19--?]. None
386 BC-334 Craigellachie, B.C. [195-?]. None
387 BC-335 Boothroyd Lake, B.C. [188-?]. None
388 BC-336 Panoramic view of Jack of Clubs Lake with New Mount and Cariboo Quartz [1934?]. None
389 BC-337 Craigellachie, B.C., portrait of seven men present at unveiling of cairn. 1935? None
390 BC-338/1 Craigellachie, B.C., the cairn commemorating the last spike driven for the CPR tracks. [1935?]. None
391 BC-338/2 Craigellachie, B.C., close up of plaque on cairn commemorating the last spike driven for the CPR tracks. [1935?]. None
392 BC-339 McLeary's [sic] Lake, returning to camp with the goods. 191-? None
393 BC-340 View of Camerontown, B.C. [191-?]. None
394 BC-341 Engine of first train in Vancouver [194-?] None
395 BC-343 Old Courthouse, Richfield, 1925 [1925?]. None
396 BC-344 Stanley, B.C. (formerly Van Winkle), on the Cariboo Wagon Road at the junction of Van Winkle and Lightning Creeks. [191-?]. None
397 BC-345 C.P.R. [i.e. Canadian Pacific Railway] Engine [No. 378], brought from Montreal to Vancouver by Engineer D. MacKenzie in 1886. One of the first passenger engines put in service [191-?]. None
398 BC-346 Van Winkle (now Stanley), Lightning Creek. 191-? None
399 BC-347 "Forest Rose," hydraulic mine, nr. Barkerville, B.C. 191-? None
400 BC-348 Bear Lake, 20 miles from Barkerville, B.C. [192-?]. None
401 BC-349 he Gold Quartz in the foreground, Island Mountain diagonally across Jack of Clubs Lake [193-?]. None
402 BC-351 "Point" Hydraulic Mine (Chinese), Slough Cr., nr. Van Winkle, B.C. [191-?]. None
403 BC-353 The old courthouse at Richfield on Williams Creek, B.C. [1929?]. None
404 BC-354 Williams' [sic] Creek from Valley Mtn. 191-? None
405 BC-355 Between Isaac's and McLeary's Lakes 191-? None
406 BC-356 Mt. Robson [1927?]. None
407 BC-357 Hydraulicing, 8 in. nozzle, 320 ft. head, nr. Barkerville, B.C. 191-? None
408 BC-358 By Tilton Creek, Cariboo Road [189-?]. None
409 BC-359 Tailings from Hopp's Hydraulic, Lowhee Creek, August 1926 [1926?]. None
410 BC-360/1 View along the Cariboo Road [188-?]. None
411 BC-360/1-3 Three views along the Cariboo Road [188-?]. None
412 BC-360/2 View along the Cariboo Road [188-?]. None
413 BC-360/3 View along the Cariboo Road [188-?]. None
414 BC-361/1-2 Wagon road up Fraser River ; View at 17 Mile Post None
415 BC-362 Minnihaha, Mosquito Creek [187-?]. None
416 BC-363 Coming down Jackass Mountain, about 12 miles from Lytton. [192-?]. None
417 BC-364 China Bar Bluff, Cariboo Road, B.C. [191-?]. None
418 BC-365 A stretch of the Cariboo Road [186-?]. None
419 BC-366 Kelly's Lake, P.G.E. above Lillooet, Cariboo Trail [192-?]. None
420 BC-367 Cariboo District, B.C., unidentified claim with two women and three men in front of claim shack. 187-? None
421 BC-368 Mosquito Creek, Cariboo 186-?. None
422 BC-369 The Cariboo Highway through the Fraser Canyon [193-?]. None
423 BC-370 View of the old Cariboo Road, taken at Macalister about 12 miles south of Alexandria 1928 Dec. 1 None
424 BC-371 The Canon [sic], William's Creek. [1868?] None
425 BC-372 Drawing out tree stumps with cattle : [18--?]. [191-?]. None
426 BC-374 Mountain roads : [18--?]. [191-?]. None
427 BC-375 Route over fallen trees : [186-?]. [191-?]. None
428 BC-376 Crossing a river on a felled tree : [186-?]. [191-?]. None
429 BC-377 Huts and stores at Antler's [i.e. Antler] Creek [191-?]. None
430 BC-379 Rocky slide, 6 miles below Lytton ; Road over Jackass Mountain [188-?]. None
431 BC-380 Wagon road up Fraser River [1865] None
432 BC-381 Freighting on Cariboo Road 1913. None
433 BC-383 Early days on the Cariboo Trail [191-?]. None
434 BC-384 Three miles south of Clinton, freight going north, express south, circa 1895, Fred [Steve] Tingley driving stage, Hautier driving freight [1895?]. None
435 BC-388 Cottonwood Camp, 5 miles south of Clinton, c. 1895, La Forest driving. Steve Tingley with him ca. 1895 None
436 BC-389 Mucho Oro Co., Cariboo [1868?] None
437 BC-390 51 Mile Post, stage going south, Bp. Doutenville on top at back, Fred [Steve] Tingley driving, about 1897 ca. 1897. None
438 BC-394 A farmstead in British Columbia [186-?]. None
439 BC-395 Bliss Carman and Miss Isabel Frances Eastman at Bowen Island, , Sept. 22 [1922?]. None
440 BC-396 [B.C. Indian family by sign reading "To Cache Creek House] [188-?]. None
441 BC-397 Pack train (mules) on Cariboo Road at the ferry on Quesnel River. 1868 None
442 BC-398 Enlarged snapshot taken by A.M. Pound at Grouse Mountain, May 15, 1929. Probably the last picture taken of Bliss Carman 1929? None
443 BC-400 Cariboo gold escort in 1862 1862 None
444 BC-401 Pack horses from Hope to Steamboat Mountain, B.C. [192-?]. None
445 BC-403 Pioneer Hotel Mosquito Creek, B.C. [188-?]. None
446 BC-405 Zadoski's grave on the banks of the Fraser River [186-?] None
447 BC-407 B.C., log cabins beside a creek [186-?] None
448 BC-408 The Church (St. Pauls), Esquimalt, V.I. [186?] None
449 BC-409 Tom Cole's cabin, pavilion, one of the oldest buildings on the Cariboo Trail, P.G.E. Bridge in background 192-? None
450 BC-410 Teamsters camping at Bonaparte, B.C. [187-?]. None
451 BC-411/1 Flood at Chilliwack, 1894. [1894?]. None
452 BC-411/2 Flood at Chilliwack, 1894. 1894 None
453 BC-411/3 Flood at Chilliwack, 1894. 1894? None
454 BC-412 Captain Charles Clerke, B.N., 1741-1779 [19--?]. None
455 BC-413 100 Mile House, Bridge Creek [187-?]. None
456 BC-414 Dismantled R.C. church built by Father Randel in 1850 [19--?]. None
457 BC-415 Yale Church Centenary : 1940 July 10. [1940?]. None
458 BC-416 Bill Bose ox team on way to Barkerville, 1871 ; Ox team, Clinton, 136 miles above Yale. [188-?]. None
459 BC-417 Colonial Hotel, Soda Creek, B.C. [1868]. None
460 BC-418 Holy Trinity [Church], New Westminster [1861]. None
461 BC-419 Side view of Colonial Hotel, Soda Creek, B.C. 186-? None
462 BC-420 St. John's Church, Haney, B.C. [1931?] None
463 BC-421 At Soda Creek, Aug. 19/26 1926 None
464 BC-422 Night encampment at Boothroyd's 1868 None
465 BC-423 St. John the Divine Anglican Church, Haney, B.C. 192-? None
466 BC-424 108 Mile House, owned by Thomas Roper [187-?] None
467 BC-424 B.C., unidentified wooden church building [194-?]. None
468 BC-427/1 Exterieur eglise de la Laroisse. [1938?] None
469 BC-427/2 Interior of church at Three Rivers, Quebec, where Bishop Provencher attended 1938 None
470 BC-428 164 Mile House (Frank Way's) [186-?]. None
471 BC-429 Bonaparte House, Semlen and Parke [186-?] None
472 BC-430 Hudson's Bay Company team at Yale [191-?]. None
473 BC-431 Clinton, B.C., two stagecoaches with passengers and drivers parked outside the Clinton Hotel [1865?]. None
474 BC-437 A street scene, Clinton, B.C. [19--?]. None
475 BC-439 To the diggings and from the diggings [186-?]. None
476 BC-440 Conrad City, Y.T. [1907?]. None
477 BC-441 Birthplace of Capt. James Cook. Marton, near Middlesborough, Yorkshire, England. [191-?]. None
478 BC-442 Bridge over the Coquihalla [192-?]. None
479 BC-443 Captain Cook's monument, Napoopoo, Hawaii [193-?]. None
480 BC-444/1 View of First monument to Captain Cook. 1966 None
481 BC-444/2 Cook monument on knoll. 19 June 1966 None
482 BC-444/3 Cook monument inscription. 19 June 1966 None
483 BC-444/4 Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser's house, The Vache, Chalfont, St. Giles, Bucks., from the top of the Cook monument. 1966 June 19 None
484 BC-444/5 Part of Cook monument at The Vache, Chalfont St Giles. 1966 None
485 BC-444/6 Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser's house, The Vache, Chalfont, St. Giles, Bucks. 19 June 1966 None
486 BC-445 J.W. Creighton [ca. 1910]. None
487 BC-447 Benjamin Sulte [1896?]. None
488 BC-449 Dairying British Columbia. Holstein Freisian Cattle. [1892]. None
489 BC-450 A. Dalrymple [17--?]. None
490 BC-451 Dawson, Y.T. [189-?]. None
491 BC-452 Pioneers of 1859 : 1870. [1870?] None
492 BC-453 The Right Reverend Bishop Demers [1883?]. None
493 BC-455 William Douglas, 7th Earl of Morton, Lord High Treasurer. From a painting at Dalmahoy [18--?]. None
494 BC-457 F.H. Caledonia Metropolitan of British Columbia. [1915?]. None
495 BC-458 T.C. Elliott family posed in front of automobile 1923 September 23. None
496 BC-459 Esquimalt Harbor about 1867 ca. 1867 None
497 BC-460 Esquimalt Harbor with "Warspite," British flagship near Victoria, B.C. [1890]. None
498 BC-461 John Evans' grave [19--?]. None
499 BC-462 Macaulay [Point], 1878 1878 None
500 BC-463 John Evans and son, Taliesin None
501 BC-464 Esquimalt, town about 1867 1867 None
502 BC-466 Esquimalt, B.C., view of the harbour and wharves [186-?]. None
503 BC-467 Cannery and warehouse on the Columbia River. [192-?]. None
504 BC-467 Esquimalt Hospital pier 1873 None
505 BC-468 Parsons' Bridge Pub 1873 None
506 BC-469 Hells Gate, Fraser River, on old Cariboo Road, about 20 miles from Yale. [189-?] None
507 BC-470 Eight Mile Canyon above Yale. [189-?]. None
508 BC-471 Sir Sandford Fleming [19--?]. None
509 BC-472 Royal Navy dockyard. [186-?] None
510 BC-473 Towing aeroplane spruce out of Massett [i.e. Masset] Inlet for use during the war. [194-?]. None
511 BC-474 The Royal Navy cemetary [ca. 186-?] None
512 BC-475 Esquimalt, Naval Hospital 1873 None
513 BC-477 Part of hospital, Esquimalt 1873 None
514 BC-478 Topping the spar tree, B.C. [192-?]. None
515 BC-479 Four of these logs with an actual scale of 63,790 feet were cut from one tree. [193-?]. None
516 BC-480 B.C., group photo of loggers. [192-?]. None
517 BC-481 Doctors' quarters 1873 None
518 BC-482 Logging scene near Vancouver, B.C. [189-?] None
519 BC-484 Royal Engineer Barracks [186-?] None
520 BC-486 B.C., unidentified lumberyard with eight men standing on a pile of logs. [189-?]. None
521 BC-487 Oxen pulling logs over a skid road 191-? None
522 BC-488 [Vancouver, B.C., oxen pulling logs over a skid road] [between 1895 and 1900] None
523 BC-489/1 Formal portrait of a group of East Indian men. 1900 - 1910 None
524 BC-489/1-12 New Westminster, B.C., 12 photographs of East Indians working at the Canadian Western Lumber Company and the Royal City Mills : between 1900 and 1910 1900-1910. None
525 BC-489/2 Crowd of East Indian men standing outside of an unidentified building. 1900 - 1910 None
526 BC-489/3 Three East Indian men inside of mill? [190?] None
527 BC-489/4 Four East Indian men inside of mill. [190?] None
528 BC-489/5 Three East Indian men in lumber yard. [190?] None
529 BC-489/6 Four men working inside mill. [190?] None
530 BC-489/7 Men working outside at a mill. [190?] None
531 BC-489/8 Men lined up outside of unidentified building. [190?] None
532 BC-489/9 Men working in mill. [190?] None
533 BC-489/10 Men working at mill site. [190?] None
534 BC-489/11 Men working at mill site. [190?] None
535 BC-489/12 Men loading lumber onto a boat. [190?] None
536 BC-491 Fort Union, North Dakota 1863 None
537 BC-492 Interior of Fort Langley looking s[outh], showing the hall. 1858 December None
538 BC-493 New Fort Langley 1858 None
539 BC-494 Sketch of Fort Langley, B.C., north view 1859 None
540 BC-495 Hudson [sic] Bay post, Langley, 1862 1862 None
541 BC-496 Fort Langely - Hudson's Bay co. post. 186-? None
542 BC-498 Sir Michael Foster, somewhere prior to 1890 [188-?]. None
543 BC-499 Fort Langley, about 1912 or 1913, Mr. Elliot and myself [1912?]. None
544 BC-500/1-2 Two views from the same general angle of the decaying, abandoned Fort Langley, B.C. [191-?]. None
545 BC-501 Photograph of a portrait painting of Simon Fraser. 180-? None
546 BC-502 Hudson's Bay Company store, shown occupied by cattle, Fort Langley, B.C. : 1924 May 9 [1924?] None
547 BC-503/1 Building with dog standing in front of it, Fort Langley, B.C. [192-?]. None
548 BC-503/1-6 Fort Langley, B.C., six views of the only original building still standing on the site of Fort Langley [192-?]. None
549 BC-503/2 Building with child standing in front of it, Fort Langley, B.C. [192-?]. None
550 BC-503/3 Back side of building with child standing in front of it, Fort Langley, B.C. [192-?]. None
551 BC-503/4 Side of building, Fort Langley, B.C. [192-?]. None
552 BC-503/5 Side of building with child standing in front, Fort Langley, B.C. [192-?]. None
553 BC-503/6 Side of building, Fort Langley, B.C. [192-?]. None
554 BC-504 [Photograph of a painting of Simon Fraser] [180-?] None
555 BC-505 Fort Langley, B.C., only original building still standing on the site of Fort Langley. [192-?]. None
556 BC-506 Hell's Gate on Fraser River, B.C. [195-?] None
557 BC-508 Fraser showing C.P.R. on right Bank, C.N.R. on left and Highway high up the Highway. [192-?]. None
558 BC-509 Lillooet, B.C., view of the Fraser River and Chimney Creek Bridge [1927?] None
559 BC-510 Fort Langley, B.C., flag raising ceremony at the unveiling of the memorial cairn. 1925 May 2. None
560 BC-511 Fort Langley, B.C., Judge Howay addressing the crowd on August 8, 1923. 1923 None
561 BC-512 Yale Canyon. [192-?]. None
562 BC-513 Fort Langley Centennial celebration, May 2, 1925. 1925 None
563 BC-514 Fort Langley Centennial celebration, May 2, 1925. 1925 None
564 BC-515 Langley Centennial Museum [196-?] None
565 BC-516 Hudson's Bay Company gun in possession of Jas. Robertson, Albion, B.C., from Langley 192-? None
566 BC-517/1 View of car parked on road by Fraser River. 192-? None
567 BC-517/2 View of a tunnel and a car parked on road by Fraser River. 192-? None
568 BC-517/3 Back of a car parked on road by Fraser River. 192-? None
569 BC-517/4 Car parked on road in front of a tunnel. 192-? None
570 BC-519 N.W.T., close-up of plaque on a rock commemorating the first regular Masonic lodge held north of the Arctic Circle on August 30, 1938 [194-?]. None
571 BC-520 Cariboo Lodge No. 469, taken at a partially built cabin, "Nutt's Biggin", Barkerville, B.C. 1868 June 24 None
572 BC-521 E.M. Furstenan, who built and owned the Landsdowne Hotel [189-?] None
573 BC-522 Looking east, Lillooet, B.C., winter, 1916-17 1917? None
574 BC-523/1 Station "W. Glacier" [1894?]. None
575 BC-523/2 Station "W. Glacier" [1894?]. None
576 BC-523/3 Station "W. Glacier" [1894?]. None
577 BC-523/4 Station "W. Glacier" [1894?]. None
578 BC-524 Station Wright 1907 None
579 BC-524/1 Station Wright 1907 None
580 BC-524/2 Station Wright 1907 None
581 BC-524/3 Station Wright 1907 None
582 BC-524/4 Station Wright 1907 None
583 bc-524/5 Station Wright 1907 None
584 BC-524/6 Station Wright 1907 None
585 BC-525/1 Station E. Glacier 1894. None
586 BC-525/2 Station E. Glacier 1894. None
587 BC-525/3 Station E. Glacier 1894. None
588 BC-525/4 Station E. Glacier 1894. None
589 BC-526/1 Station "Wells" 1907 None
590 BC-526/2 Station "Wells" 1907 None
591 BC-526/3 Station "Wells" 1907 None
592 BC-526/4 Station "Wells" 1907 None
593 BC-526/5 Station "Wells" 1907 None
594 BC-526/6 Station "Wells" 1907 None
595 BC-526/7 Station "Wells" 1907 None
596 BC-527 Aulnay de Charnisay, Governor of Acadia and great colonizer [164?] None
597 BC-528 Golden, B.C. 192-? None
598 BC-529 Golden, B.C.?, early buildings, including the Golden and East Kootenay Trading Company [188-?]. None
599 BC-531 Donald Graham, J.P., first Reeve of Spallumcheen Muni 189-? None
600 BC-534 Captain J.M. Grant [18--?] None
601 BC-536 Judge Haliburton, author of "Sam Slick", and residence, Windsor, N.S. [19--?] None
602 BC-537 Hong Kong?, unidentified scene of a junk sailing in a harbour. [192-?]. None
603 BC-538 Hong Kong?, houses built on stilts over the shore [192-?]. None
604 BC-539 Outrigger canoes at Kealakekua Bay after escorting [two ships] ashore, August 18 1928 1928 None
605 BC-540 H.M.S. Cornwall firing salute to Captain Cook, Kealakekua Bay 1928 None
606 BC-541 Captain Cook memorial, Aug. 16, 1928 at Waimea Bay, Kauai, to commemorate the discovery and first place of landing 1928 None
607 BC-542 Ceremony at Kaawaloa, dedicating a bronze monument to mark the exact spot where Capt. Cook fell (Kealakekua Bay) 1928 None
608 BC-543/1 Close up of Captain Cook's monument at Kaawaloa 1928 None
609 BC-543/2 Captain Cook's monument at Kaawaloa 1928 None
610 BC-543/3 Captain Cook's monument at Kaawaloa viewed from the ocean. 1928 None
611 BC-544 Judge F.W. Howay placing a wreath on the Captain Cook Monument at Kaawaloa, Kealakekua Bay, Kona, Hawaii, Aug. 18, 1928 : 1928 Aug. 18 1928 None
612 BC-545 Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii, Judge Howay with Canadian wreath 1928 None
613 BC-546 Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii, Judge Howay with Canadian wreath 1928 Aug None
614 BC-547 Napoopoo, Hawaii, monument commemorating the first English burial in Hawaii 1928 None
615 BC-548 Judge Thos. Chandler Haliburton, author of Sam Slick [18--?] None
616 BC-549 Neil Henley [18--?] None
617 BC-550 Hitchcock, Assistant Melter at Assay Office and Mint. [186-?] None
618 BC-551 Church of England, Hope, B.C. [192-?]. None
619 BC-552 Street scene, Hope, B.C. [194-?]. None
620 BC-553 Hope, B.C. [1920?]. None
621 BC-554 Hudson's Bay Company, old store at Hope. [192-?] None
622 BC-555 Hope, B.C., about 1886 ca. 1866 None
623 BC-556 Sundial erected at Hope, B.C., by Royal Engineers of New Westminster in December 1869 1928. None
624 BC-557 Hope, in 1859 ... ca. 1859 None
625 BC-558 Judge F.W. Howay, with cigar, informal, candid shot [194-?]. None
626 BC-559 Judge F.W. Howay [192-?]. None
627 BC-560 Simpson Pass, B.C., site of memorial to Sir George Simpson [192?] None
628 BC-561/1 At Chapmans Bar, Oct. 4, 1925 1925 None
629 BC-561/2 At Chapmans Bar, Oct. 4, 1925 1925 None
630 BC-562 Sappers Monument, Spuzzum, B.C. : 1928 July 2. [1928]. None
631 BC-563 Judge F.W. Howay painting a boat, possibly the "Sanita" [193-?] None
632 BC-564 Judge F.W. Howay and wife? ca. 1920 None
633 BC-565 F.W. Howay and J.H. Johnston, Prov. Govt. Surveyor and Engineer, Peace River, B.C. on the site of Fort Fork, July 3, 1927, standing on first chimney bottom found 1927 None
634 BC-566 Grounds of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel 1928 August. None
635 BC-567 Judge Howay standing on a street, possibly Hawaii. [1928?] None
636 BC-568 Judge Howay standing on a balcony [193-?] None
637 BC-569 Alberta honors its coal pioneers. 1928 None
638 BC-570/1-2 Photograph of document, minutes of meeting held October 28, 1922 by Oregon Historical Society, to which Judge Howay was elected honorary member. 1928 None
639 BC-571 Photograph of document, address to F.W. Howay, presented during unveiling of memorial tablet at Nootka Sound, B.C. : 1924 August 13. 1924 None
640 BC-572 Portrait of F.W. Howay [193-?]. None
641 BC-573 F.W. Howay residence, winter. 192-? None
642 BC-574 The garden at the back of the house. 192-? None
643 BC-575/1 Interview view of room in Judge Howay's home. [194-?] None
644 BC-575/2 Interview view of room in Judge Howay's home. [194-?] None
645 BC-575/3 Interview view of room in Judge Howay's home. [194-?] None
646 BC-576 Undine Howay ca. 1927 None
647 BC-577 Capt. Jefferson D. Howell. [187-?] None
648 BC-579 The home of Dr. John McLoughlin, Oregon City, Ore. [192-?] None
649 BC-579 Birdseye view of Kettle Falls. [192-?] None
650 BC-581 Ruined chimney at Fort Reliance, Great Slave Lake, N.W.T. [192-?] None
651 BC-582 Remains of Cumberland House [192-?] None
652 BC-583 Bygones 1929 None
653 BC-584/1 Remains of a chimney at McDonnells House in Fort Assiniboine N.W. (Co No2.?) 1793-1804. 192-? None
654 BC-584/1-15 Brandon House No. 1, Fort Souris and Fort Assiniboine, Manitoba [192-?]. None
655 BC-584/2 Up river from Brandon House. No 1. 1793-1824. 192-? None
656 BC-584/3 McDonnell's House at Fort Assiniboine N.W. Co. post No 2. 1793-1804 192-? None
657 BC-584/4 McDonnell's House at Fort Assiniboine N.W. Co. post No 2. (1793-1804). 192-? None
658 BC-584/5 Down at the creek... 192-? None
659 BC-584/6 The big cellar at N.W.G Co. Post No.3. La Souris. 192-? None
660 BC-584/7 Looking accross from Brandon House no. 1 (1793-1824) to N.W. Co La Souris 1804-1821 [192-?]. None
661 BC-584/8 Looking accross river from Brandon House no. 1 (1793-1824) to N.W. Co La Souris 1804-1824 [192-?]. None
662 BC-584/9 The path to the river from N.W. Co. La Souris 1804-1821 [192-?]. None
663 BC-584/10 Mairs field sité. (perhaps x.y. co) [192-?]. None
664 BC-584/11 McDonnell's House at Fort Assiniboine...1793-1804 [192-?]. None
665 BC-584/12 A discussion about Brandon House n.o.1. HB co. (Hudson's Bay Company) 1793-1824 [192-?]. None
666 BC-584/13 The sité of Brandon House No 1. 1793-1824 [192-?]. None
667 BC-584/14 "Brandon House" No. 1. 1793-1824. [192-?]. None
668 BC-584/15 The river near Mairs field fort. [192-?]. None
669 BC-585 First United British Imperial War Council 1917 None
670 BC-586 Stone implements of the Stone Age, found recently on a British Columbia farm. [192-?] None
671 BC-587 Skeena River, B.C., Indians. [192-?] None
672 BC-588 Athapasckan [i.e. Athapascan] Indian. 1900 None
673 BC-589 B.C., unidentified scene [192-?]. None
674 BC-590 Indian girls near Douglas Lodge. [192-?] None
675 BC-591 Two Indian women seated in front of a store. [191-?] None
676 BC-592 Indian woman and child (possibly Nootka) on a dock, B.C. [192?] None
677 BC-593 Portrait of an Indian man. [191-?]. None
678 BC-594 Indian maiden, British Columbia. [191-?] None
679 BC-596 Many Mules, Blood Indian, a great warrier, died when over 90 years old, lived near Cardston [1930?]. None
680 BC-597 Types of British Columbia Indians. [186-?] None
681 BC-598/1-2 Totem poles and house, Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C. [192-?] None
682 BC-601 Winnipeg Jack, Blackfoot [192-?] None
683 BC-602 Chief Two-Guns-White-Calf, Blackfoot [192-?]. None
684 BC-603 Alberta Indian man on horseback [191-?] None
685 BC-604 Alberta Indian man with coup stick, lighting a fire. [191-?] None
686 BC-605 Ceremony of self torture, a young Blackfoot qualifying for a brave ... 1887 None
687 BC-606 Blackfoot encampment. [19--?]. None
688 BC-607 Blackfoot encampment. [19--?] None
689 BC-608 Indian warrior. [19--?]. None
690 BC-609 Group of Canadian North West Indians. [19--?] None
691 BC-610 Indian ceremonies, Blackfoot. [19--?]. None
692 BC-611 Bella Bella concert band, 1913 1913 None
693 BC-612 Quatsino, B.C., Kwakiutl house, man standing in doorway. 1915? None
694 BC-613 View of reservation at Bella Bella. [19--?]. None
695 BC-614 Blackfoot Indian in ceremonial dress on horseback with travois. 191-? None
696 BC-615 Victoria, B.C. Kwakiutl Chief William Scow presenting model totem pole to W.A. McAdam, Agent General for B.C. in the U.K. 1956 None
697 BC-616 Group portrait of Indian people, three men, one woman and two children. [188-?]. None
698 BC-617/1 Alert Bay - Kwakiutl. Boats. May 1948 None
699 BC-617/2 Alert Bay - Kwakiutl. From a distance. May 1948 None
700 BC-617/3 Alert Bay - Kwakiutl. From a distance. May 1948 None
701 BC-617/4 One and only road through Alert Bay - Kwakiutl May 1948 None
702 BC-617/5 Alert Bay - Totem pole in cemetary - kwakiutl May 1948 None
703 BC-617/6 Alert Bay - Totem poles in cemetary - kwakiutl May 1948 None
704 BC-617/7 Alert Bay - Showing entrance to cemetary - kwakiutl May 1948 None
705 BC-617/8 Alert Bay - totem poles in cemetary - kwakiutl May 1948 None
706 BC-617/9 Alert Bay - cemetary - kwakiutl May 1948 None
707 BC-617/10 Alert Bay - Totem pole in cemetary overlooking the bay - kwakiutl May 1948 None
708 BC-617/11 Alert Bay - Fish boats tied at wharf - Kwakiutl May 1948 None
709 BC-617/12 Alert Bay - remains of potlatch or community house - Kwakiutl May 1948 None
710 BC-617/13 Alert Bay - remains of potlatch or community house - Kwakiutl May 1948 None
711 BC-617/14 Alert Bay - Totem poles at entrance to Anglican Residential School - Kwakiutl May 1948 None
712 BC-618/1 A west coast grandma, Quatsino [191-?] None
713 BC-618/1-14 A souvenir, the vanishing race, the Long Headed Indian of the west coast of British Columbia [191-?] None
714 BC-618/2 West coast natives, Wacas and wife [191-?] None
715 BC-618/4 Natives, Orwat and W. [191-?] None
716 BC-618/5 West coast natives, Quacum and wife [191-?] None
717 BC-618/7 West coast native, a Quatsino granddad. [191-?] None
718 BC-618/8 West coast natives, village and dance party [191-?] None
719 BC-618/10 West coast natives, aunty [191-?] None
720 BC-619/1 Mexico presentation of Mungo martin totem pole - man unveils plaque. 1962 None
721 BC-619/1-6 Presentation of Mungo martin totem pole 1962 None
722 BC-619/3 Mexico presentation of Mungo martin totem pole - close of of totem pole. 1962 None
723 BC-619/4 Mexico presentation of Mungo martin totem pole - view from the crowd. 1962 None
724 BC-619/5 Mexico presentation of Mungo martin totem pole - view from the crowd. 1962 None
725 BC-619/6 Mexico presentation of Mungo martin totem pole - unidentified officials. 1962 None
726 BC-620/1 Alert Bay - unpaved residential street. [192-?] None
727 BC-620/1-7 Views of Alert Bay, B.C. [192-?] None
728 BC-620/2 Alert Bay - Unfinished potlatch house. [192-?] None
729 BC-620/3 Ancient & Modern - at Alert Bay cemetary. [192-?] None
730 BC-620/4 In the Indian graveyard Alert Bay B.C. [192-?] None
731 BC-620/5 Chiefs coppers at Alert Bay cemetary. [192-?] None
732 BC-620/6 In the cemetary at Alert bay. [192-?] None
733 BC-620/7 In Indian cemetary, Alert bay - Kwakiutl. [192-?] None
734 BC-621 At Alert Bay, B.C. [192-?] None
735 BC-622/1 Quatsino Sound, Kwakiutl - canoe rigged with sail. ca 1918 None
736 BC-622/2 Quatsino Sound, Kwakiutl - canoe rigged with sail. ca 1918 None
737 BC-623/1 Kwakiutl artifacts [192-?]. None
738 BC-623/2 Kwakiutl artifacts [192-?]. None
739 BC-624 Koskeemo Clootchmen, Quotosino [i.e. Quatsino] Sound, V.I. [191-?] None
740 BC-625 Encampment of Bloods, Blackfeet, Piegans and Sarcee Indians near Gleichen. [19--?]. None
741 BC-626 Heron Bay, Ont., group of Indians and whites posed outside Heron Bay Store. [1890?]. None
742 BC-627 Potlatch on Songhees Reserve, Victoria, Vancouver Island [191-?]. None
743 BC-628 Frog Lake, Alta., three Assiniboin Indian men posed beside Frog Lake Massacre cairn. 1925 None
744 BC-629 Indian squaw. Nootka. [192-?]. None
745 BC-630 Indian passion play, representing the Crucifixion, St. Mary's Mission, B.C. [1901?]. None
746 BC-631 Indian squaw selling clams. [192-?] None
747 BC-632 Photograph of a painting of Nootka Indians, by Paul Kane. [184?] None
748 BC-633 Indian chiefs, British Columbia. [19--?]. None
749 BC-634 Photograph of a painting of Nootka Indians in a canoe [186-?] None
750 BC-635/1 Nootka canoe with sails. [192-?] None
751 BC-635/2 "Northern canoe with sprit sails - by for the commonest rig used by the Indians in later years." [192-?] None
752 BC-636 Unveiling of "Nootka Sound" cairn [1924]. None
753 BC-637/1 Indian potlatch, Duncan, B.C. [191-?]. None
754 BC-637/2 Indian potlatch, Duncan, B.C. [191-?]. None
755 BC-638/1 Indian women selling crafts at unveiling of "Nootka Sound" cairn, Friendly Cove [1924?]. None
756 BC-638/2 Indian women selling crafts at unveiling of "Nootka Sound" cairn, Friendly Cove [1924?]. None
757 BC-638/3 Indian women selling crafts at unveiling of "Nootka Sound" cairn, Friendly Cove [1924?]. None
758 BC-638/4 Lieutenant Governor W.C. Nichol shaking hands with Chief Napoleon Maquinna at unveiling of "Nootka Sound" cairn, Friendly Cove [1924?]. None
759 BC-639/1 Indian mask dance, Duncan, B.C. None
760 BC-639/2 Indian mask dance, Duncan, B.C. None
761 BC-642 Emma, wife of Chief George of Nootka [19--?] None
762 BC-643 Chief George of Nootka. [19--?] None
763 BC-644 Kyuquot Indians, Vancouver Id., B.C. [191-?]. None
764 BC-645 Come for the bride, west coast natives, Indian wedding. 191-? None
765 BC-647 Totem pole at Friendly Cove Village, Nootka Sound, V.I. [1929?]. None
766 BC-648 Missionaries and their congregation. 1868 None
767 BC-649 Songees reserve Coast Salish. 1890 None
768 BC-650 Old view of Songhees Reserve, Victoria [191-?]. None
769 BC-651 Encampment of Songeesh Indians, Esquimalt Harbour. [187-?] None
770 BC-652 Vancouver Indian carving totem [191-?]. None
771 BC-653 Princess "Angeline", daughter of Chief Seattle [ca. 1985] None
772 BC-654/1 Seated human figure from Fraser valley. Front view. 1928. None
773 BC-654/2 Seated human figure from Fraser valley. Side view. 1928. None
774 BC-655 Alberni, B.C., two men standing beside a totem pole . [192-?]. None
775 BC-656 Nootka canoe - Friendly Cove. [1924]. None
776 BC-657 Coast Salish First Nations seated beside a building [189-?]. None
777 BC-658/1 Two coast salish women standing in front of building. [19--?]. None
778 BC-658/2 Coast salish women sitting with baskets. [19--?]. None
779 BC-658/3 Coast Salish man standing in front of building. [19--?]. None
780 BC-658/4 Coast Salish family. [19--?]. None
781 BC-658/5 Coast Salish woman with basket [19--?]. None
782 BC-659/1 Two Coast Salish (Lummi) women [191-?]. None
783 BC-659/2 Coast Salish (Lummi) man and woman. [191-?]. None
784 BC-660 Squamish Klootchmen, British Columbia [191-?] None
785 BC-661 Mary Capilano 1935 None
786 BC-662 Group of Coast Salish Indians sitting on the ground in front of St. Mary's Mission, Mission, B.C. [189-?]. None
787 BC-664 Indians sitting by a house, Fraser River, B.C. [186-?] None
788 BC-665 Interior Salish? woman, B.C. [186-?] None
789 BC-666 Chief Charley Lush 192-? None
790 BC-667 The Koochman's pride [191-?] None
791 BC-668 Interior Salish Indian salmon cache in Fraser Canyon, B.C. 189? None
792 BC-669 Frog Lake. 1925 None
793 BC-670 Tahl-Zan, Indian guide. [191-?] None
794 BC-671 Tahl-tan Indian, "Sue" [191-?] None
795 BC-672 Tahl-tan Indian dancers. [191-?]. None
796 BC-673 Indian village and totem pole, Alaska? [189-?]. None
797 BC-674 Northern chiefs in ceremonial dress. 1928 None
798 BC-675 Native chiefs in ceremonial dress at Sir George Simpson Centenary. 1928 None
799 BC-676 Back view of costumes worn by Indian chiefs at Sir George Simpson Centennial, Fort St. James, B.C. [1928]. None
800 BC-677/1 Totem pole at the Indian village of Kitwanga. [192-?]. None
801 BC-677/2 Totem poles at the Indian village of Kitwanga. [192-?]. None
802 BC-678 Grave of Indian chief, Kinwangan [Kitwanga], B.C. [192-?]. None
803 BC-679 Chieftan's grave, Kinwangan [Kitwanga], B.C. [192-?]. None
804 BC-682 Photograph of painting titled "Meeting of the First Council of the City of Vancouver, June 1886" 1886 None
805 BC-683 This monument marks the extreme western boundary between the United States and Canada. [191-?]. None
806 BC-684 Farm house where William Irving, father of Washington Irving, was born, Orkney Islands, Scotland [19--?]. None
807 BC-685 Monument marking the extreme western boundary between the United States and Canada, Point Roberts, Wash. [1861?]. None
808 BC-687 Captain Jack, the poet scout. [187-?] None
809 BC-689 San Juan American Artillery [186-?]. None
810 BC-690 Philip Jackman, a former Royal Engineer. [1925]. None
811 BC-692 San Juan, British troops [186-?]. None
812 BC-694 An American officer of the Boundary Commission [186-?]. None
813 BC-695 Monument marking western boundary between the United States and Canada, Point Roberts, Wash. [186-?]. None
814 BC-696 Kootenay or plains babies. [19--?]. None
815 BC-697 Juneau ca. 1897 None
816 BC-698 A.A. Kanthack Aug. 21, 1892 None
817 BC-699/1 Round Up, Kamloops 1898 None
818 BC-699/2 Round Up, Kamloops, bucking horse. 1898 None
819 BC-699/3 W.J. Roper getting lunch at round up 1898 None
820 BC-700 Old HBC [Hudson's Bay Company] house and warehouse, Kamloops. 1898 None
821 BC-701/1 Another view of the site of the old post. 1912 None
822 BC-701/2 Site of chimney of first post on Thompson River. 1912 None
823 BC-701/3 Looking south, Fort Kamloops 1912 None
824 BC-701/4 Site of the second post at Kamloops. 1912 None
825 BC-701/5 Site of the third fort at Kamloops. 1912 None
826 BC-701/6 Line of stockage of first fort, Kamloops. 1912 None
827 BC-702 Louis Falardeau, age 76 years, Indian reservation, Kamloops, Aug. 1912. 1912 None
828 BC-703 Hubert R. Kemp, Toronto, Ontario. 192-? None
829 BC-704 Father Kelman, Ft. Alexander, May 1934 1934] None
830 BC-705 The Prime Minister [William Lyon Mackenzie King] at dedication ceremony, Sir Wilfrid Laurier birthplace ... 1941 November 20. None
831 BC-706 Portrait of William Lyon Mackenzie King. 1924 None
832 BC-707 Portrait of Watson Kirkconnell and twin sons, Jamie and Tommy 1925-1930 None
833 BC-709 Portrait of William Mainwaring Langton 1917 None
834 BC-710 Photo of Eli Lequine [i.e. Lequime], the first trader to establish himself at Okanagan Mission, 1862-3. 186-? None
835 BC-711 Portrait of Arthur Meighen. ca. 1917 None
836 BC-711 Skagway residents waiting in line for mail 1898 None
837 BC-712 Rescue camp on Middle Lake, Skagway Trail [1898?] None
838 BC-713 Scales and summit of Chilkoot Pass. 1898 None
839 BC-714 Dogsled and townspeople on street in Skagway, Alaska. 1897 None
840 BC-715 Uncle Ned's Hotel ... Third Bridge 1898 None
841 BC-716 The Soapy Smith tradegy, Skagway, Alaska. 1898 None
842 BC-717/3 Interior view of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's birthplace, St Lin, P.Q. 1941 November 20 None
843 BC-718 Carnegie Public Library, New Westminster, B.C. [192-?]. None
844 BC-719 View of front of Carnegie Public Library, Main and Hastings Streets, Vancouver, B.C. 19--? None
845 BC-720 Vancouver Public Library and annex, Vancouver, B.C. 1932? None
846 BC-721 Interior of staff dining room, University of Michigan General Library, Ann Arbor. ca. 1925 None
847 BC-723 Lytton (the forks). 1868 None
848 BC-724 Lytton, B.C., Fraser River [195-?] None
849 BC-726 A gold hunter in British Columbia. ca.1897 None
850 BC-727 Portrait of Colonel Richard Clement Moody. [186-?] None
851 BC-728 S.P. Moody, 1875 ca. 1861 None
852 BC-729 J.E. Moore. ca. 1900 None
853 BC-730/1 Father A.G. Morice 1933 May 15 None
854 BC-730/2 Father A.G. Morice and F.W. Howay 1933 May 15 None
855 BC-731 Shot bear, July 28th, 1874 1874 None
856 BC-732 Dead deer, shot by Edward L. Moss, Vancouver Island. 1874 None
857 BC-733 Portrait of Edward L. Moss ca. 1872 None
858 BC-734 Portrait of E.L. Moss, Esquimalt?, B.C. 187-? None
859 BC-735 Portrait of Mrs. Edward L. (T.M.) Moss 1873. None
860 BC-736 Portrait of Mrs. Edward L. (T.M.) Moss, Guildford, Eng. 1927. None
861 BC-737 Portrait of Rev. George J. Mountain ca. 1860 None
862 BC-738 Judge Denis Murphy addressing crowd at ceremony, Yale, B.C. 1925 June 27 None
863 BC-739 A.C. Murray, former factor at Ft. St. James. 1928 None
864 BC-741 Sir Anthony Musgrave ca. 1870 None
865 BC-742 Sir Anthony Musgrave ca. 1870 None
866 BC-743 Portrait of Sir Anthony Musgrave ca. 1870 None
867 BC-744/1-2 Sir Anthony Musgrave, Brisbane, Australia ca 1880 None
868 BC-745/1-2 Members of Anthony Musgrave's family playing croquet in front of house. 1870 September None
869 BC-746 Archibald McDonald, a prominent officer of the Hudson's Bay Company in the Columbia River District between 1823 and 1846 ca. 1850 None
870 BC-747 Portrait of Sir John A. Macdonald 1886 None
871 BC-748 Sign marking location of John A. Macdonald's summer residence, Kingston?, Ontario [192-?]. None
872 BC-749 Sign marking spot where D'Arcy McGee was assassinated, Ottawa, Ont. [19--?]. None
873 BC-750 Macdonald Park and environs, McGill University, Montreal, proposed residencies, playing fields and gymnasium. ca. 1913 None
874 BC-752 Portrait of Alexander Mackenzie, Ottawa, Ont. ca. 1873 None
875 BC-753 Mackenzie's Rock with cairn, Dean Channel, B.C. [192-?]. None
876 BC-754 Mackenzie's Rock with cairn, Dean Channel, B.C. [193-?]. None
877 BC-755 Mackenzie's Rock [192-]. None
878 BC-756 Mackenzie's Rock monument, August 26, 1927, Aquilo yacht in foreground. [1927]. None
879 BC-757 H.M.C.S. Patrician at Mackenzie Rock, Aug. 26, 1927. [1927]. None
880 BC-758 Words painted on Mackenzie's Rock, Dean Channel, B.C. [192-?]. None
881 BC-759 Mackenzie's Village site, Dean Channel, B.C. [195-?] None
882 BC-760 Alexander Mackenzie Monument, Dean Channel, near Ocean Falls, B.C. ca. 1935 None
883 BC-761 Portrait of D.L. MacLaurin. ca. 1918 None
884 BC-762 R.E. Macnaghten ca. 1915 None
885 BC-763/1-2 Charles Mair and friends 1922 January None
886 BC-764 Fort Dufferin in 1877. None
887 BC-765/1 Lower Fort Garry, Fort Garry, Manitoba. [192-]. None
888 BC-765/2 Lower Fort Garry, Fort Garry, Manitoba. [192-]. None
889 BC-766/1 Churchill 1934, Oct 3. Fort Prince of Wales. Work on north wall. Debris cleared. One gun mounted. 1934 None
890 BC-766/1-13 Scenes of reconstruction of Fort Price of Wales, Churchill, Manitoba ca. 1935 None
891 BC-766/2 Churchill 1934, Oct 10. Gun mountings. 1934 None
892 BC-766/3 Churchill 1934, Oct 17. Repairs to Fort Prince of Wales, looking N.W. 1934 None
893 BC-766/4 Churchill 1934, Oct 7. Fort Prince of Wales, west portion of north wall in fair shape. 1934 None
894 BC-766/5 Churchill 1935, Sept 7. Fort Prince of Wales. Entrance ... inside. 1935 None
895 BC-766/6 Churchill 1935, Sept 7. Fort Prince of Wales. Ravelin rebuilt. 1935 None
896 BC-766/7 Churchill 1935, Sept 7. Fort Prince of Wales entrance. 1935 None
897 BC-766/8 Churchill 1935, Sept 7. Fort Prince of Wales. South wall. 1935 None
898 BC-766/9 Churchill 1935, Oct 11. Fort Prince of Wales. Centre of rebuilt south wall. View from west side of ravelin. 1935 None
899 BC-766/10 Churchill 1935, Oct 10. Fort Prince of Wales. West wall, view from high ground to west. 1935 None
900 BC-766/11 Churchill 1935, Oct 10. Fort Prince of Wales. Centre of south wall. View from east side of ravelin. 1935 None
901 BC-766/12 Churchill 1935, Oct 10. Fort Prince of Wales completed south wall, view from S.S.E. 1935 None
902 BC-766/13 Churchill 1935, Oct 10. Fort Prince of Wales. Rebuilt south wall. View from west end. 1935 None
903 BC-767 Monument to Edward Martin, woodcutter. ca. 1928 None
904 BC-768 Mederic Martin, M.P., Mayor of Montreal. 1916 August 18. None
905 BC-770 Portrait of Admiral R.C. Mayne. [186-] None
906 BC-772 Metlakahtla, Alaska, from steamer. 1897 None
907 BC-773 Portrait of Bailey Millard [19--]. None
908 BC-774 Tobacco Plains, Montana ... the site of Kootenai Fort at point marked "X", four miles from camera... 1913 None
909 BC-775 John Muir [19--] None
910 BC-776 Nanaimo. 1862 None
911 BC-777 H.B. [Hudson's Bay Company] Post, Nanaimo. [1862]. None
912 BC-778 Nanaimo. ca. 1867 None
913 BC-779 Nanaimo. 1867 None
914 BC-781/1 U.S. boat at Nanaimo. [188-]. None
915 BC-781/1-10 Scenes of Nanaimo, B.C. and harbour. [188-]. None
916 BC-781/2 Vessel Nanaimo [188-]. None
917 BC-781/3 P.O. at Nanaimo. [188-]. None
918 BC-781/4 Dock at Nanaimo. [188-]. None
919 BC-781/5 Nanaimo. [188-]. None
920 BC-781/6 Harbour at Nanaimo. [188-]. None
921 BC-781/7 Old Hudson Bay Fort - Nanaimo. [188-]. None
922 BC-781/8 Nanaimo. [188-]. None
923 BC-781/9 Sailing Nanaimo [188-]. None
924 BC-781/10 Boats at Nanaimo. [188-]. None
925 BC-782 Public and high schools, New Westminster 189- None
926 BC-786 Homes along the river, New Westminster, B.C. [187-]. None
927 BC-788 View of New Westminster, B.C. ca. 1866 None
928 BC-792 The Government House, New Westminster, B.C. c186-? None
929 BC-793 May Day festival, New Westminster, B.C. [189-?]. None
930 BC-794 Portrait of New Westminster's first school teacher, James McIlveen. ca. 1863 None
931 BC-796 Brunette Saw Mills, 1895, New Westminster, BC 1895 None
932 BC-797 Royal Engineers' Camp, Sapperton. ca. 1862 None
933 BC-798 New Westminster from the south side of the Fraser. ca. 1897 None
934 BC-799 Dominion Day, 1878, New Westminster, B.C. 1878 None
935 BC-800 Portion of New Westminster. [188-?] None
936 BC-802 Sapperton, New Westminster, B.C., from Brownsville. ca. 188-? None
937 BC-803 Slocan Hospital, New Denver, B.C. 1900 None
938 BC-804 New Denver, B.C., from N & S Railway. 1898 None
939 BC-805 Fraser River Bridge and Simon Fraser memorial, New Westminster, B.C. ca. 1908 None
940 BC-806 Simon Fraser monument, building in background is St. Ann's Convent. ca. 1908 None
941 BC-807 1920, Columbian College, New Westminster. 1920. None
942 BC-808 Duke of Connaught High School, New Westminster, B.C. 1914 None
943 BC-809 May Day, 1914, at Royal Columbian Hospital : 1914 May 1. 1914. None
944 BC-810 Roadway, Keith Road Bridge, North Vancouver, B.C. 1915 April 14 None
945 BC-811 View of collapsed bridge, Keith Road Bridge? [191-?]. None
946 BC-813 Portrait of F.G. Novy. ca. 1905 None
947 BC-814 T.C. Elliott, F.W. Howay & Miss Nellie B. Pipes at Ogden's grave, Oregon City, 1935 1935 None
948 BC-815 Branding calves. [19--]. None
949 BC-816 The first header for reaping grain in B.C., imported by Mr. G.J. Wallace, Spallumcheen. [19--] None
950 BC-817 Cornelius O'Keefe, postmaster of Okanagan Post Office. [192-?]. None
951 BC-818/1 Allen McLean, One of the Desperadoes of British Columbia. 1880 None
952 BC-818/1-4 Outlaws Charles McLean, Archie McLean, Charley McLean and Alexander Hare : 1880 March 1880 None
953 BC-818/2 Archie McLean, One of the Desperadoes of British Columbia. 1880 None
954 BC-818/3 Charley McLean, One of the Desperadoes of British Columbia. 1880 None
955 BC-818/4 Alexander Hare, One of the Desperadoes of British Columbia. 1880 None
956 BC-818/5 The McLeans and Hare 1800 None
957 BC-819 Log cabin where outlaw McLean brothers and Alexander Ware were captured. [19--?] None
958 BC-820 Henry Spencer Palmer. [191-?]. None
959 BC-821 Road and path through Stanley Park?, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1908 None
960 BC-822 Siwash Rock, English Bay, Vancouver, B.C. 191-? None
961 BC-824 Stanley Park. 1920 None
962 BC-825 Siwash Rock, Vancouver, B.C. [193-?] None
963 BC-827 Portrait of Justinian Pelly. ca. 1910 None
964 BC-829 Petroglyphs near Nanaimo. [191-?]. None
965 BC-830 Indian carving of cannibal spirit ... at Mackenzie Rock. [192-]. None
966 BC-831 Old-timers of Fraser Valley 1901 None
967 BC-832/1-2 Unidentified pioneers, sitting on porch of a house, somewhere in B.C. [191-?]. None
968 BC-833 1875 Calgary, 1925 1925. None
969 BC-834 Unidentified old-timer. [19--]. None
970 BC-835 Unidentified old-timer, B.C. [19--]. None
971 BC-836 Portrait of Robert ..., standing, Captain T.D. Shorts, sitting on left, and Mr. Beers?, sitting on right. [191-?]. None
972 BC-837 Hope cap shorts. 19-? None
973 BC-838 Chilliwack pioneers, 1858-1871 [19--]. None
974 BC-839/1-3 Bloedel, Stewart & Welch, Ltd. memorial, Port Alberni, B.C. [194-]. None
975 BC-841 The Nootka Sound cairn at Friendly Cove ... as it appears to persons entering the sound. 1924 None
976 BC-842/1 View of village along the coastline, Nootka Sound, B.C. 1924 None
977 BC-842/1-6 Views of villages along the coastline, Nootka Sound, B.C. 1924 None
978 BC-842/2 Figures standing on proposed site for Nootka Sound cairn. ca. 1920 - 1924 None
979 BC-842/2 View of village along the coastline, Nootka Sound, B.C. 1924 None
980 BC-842/3 View of village along the coastline, Nootka Sound, B.C. 1924 None
981 BC-842/4 View of village along the coastline, Nootka Sound, B.C. 1924 None
982 BC-842/5 View of village along the coastline, Nootka Sound, B.C. 1924 None
983 BC-842/6 View of village along the coastline, Nootka Sound, B.C. 1924 None
984 BC-843/1 Figures standing on proposed site for Nootka Sound cairn. ca. 1920 - 1924 None
985 BC-844/1-6 Views of Friendly Cove and Nootka village. ca. 1791 None
986 BC-848 Lower terminal, Last Chance, showing tramway to mine, Sandon, B.C. 190-? None
987 BC-849 McDonald and McGilvery at work in the rock-drilling contest at Sandon, B.C., Sept. 7th, 1904. 1904 None
988 BC-864 Steamship Beaver, wrecked on Prospect Point, first steamer on Pacific Ocean. ca. 1892 None
989 BC-868 Pacific Great Eastern Railway Motor No. 101, west of Hollyburn, B.C., 1919. 1919 None
990 BC-869 B.L. and K.N. Co.'s steamer "Flora" loading wood on Yukon River, June 7, 1900 1900 None
991 BC-870/1-2 Two views of a Pacific Great Eastern train, B.C. 191-? None
992 BC-882 Canadian Pacific Railway, wharves and offices, inner harbour, Victoria, British Columbia. 192-? None
993 BC-884 St. Barnabas' Church, Easter, New Westminster, B.C. 1934. None
994 BC-888/1 Boundary information sign, Point Roberts, Washington. 1966 Oct. None
995 BC-888/1-6 Views of boundary monument and information sign, Point Roberts, Washington. 1966 Oct. None
996 BC-888/2 Boundary mounument and scaffolding, Point Roberts, Washington. 1966 Oct. None
997 BC-888/3 Boundary mounument inscription, Point Roberts, Washington. 1966 Oct. None
998 BC-888/4 Boundary mounument, Point Roberts, Washington. 1966 Oct. None
999 BC-888/5 Boundary mounument, Point Roberts, Washington. 1966 Oct. None
1000 BC-888/6 Bottom of boundary mounument, Point Roberts, Washington. 1966 Oct. None
1001 BC-889 Portrait of Ernest Edward Winch, Victoria, B.C. 195-? None
1002 BC-894 Village of Gold Harbour, Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C. : 1888. 1888 None
1003 BC-895 Nonai of Sandspit? [191-?] None
1004 BC-896 Kiusta, Queen Charlotte Islands. 1913. None
1005 BC-897/1-2 Edenshaw blanket. [191-?] None
1006 BC-898 Haida canoe, Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C. 191-? None
1007 BC-899 Indian totem poles. [191-?]. None
1008 BC-900 Types of British Columbia Indians 191-? None
1009 BC-903/1 Service in Edmonton Camp. [190-?] None
1010 BC-903/1-5 Canadian Mounted Rifles, Camp Edmonton. [190-?] None
1011 BC-903/2 Canadian mounted Rifles. [190-?] None
1012 BC-903/3 Canadian mounted Rifles, Camp Edmonton. [190-?] None
1013 BC-903/4 Canadian mounted Rifles, Camp Edmonton. [190-?] None
1014 BC-903/5 Canadian mounted Rifles, Camp Edmonton. [190-?] None
1015 BC-919 Vancouver harbour. 1863 None
1016 BC-920 Bears in the Cariboo. 194-? None
1017 BC-921 Unidentified ship in port, Vancouver, B.C.? [192-?]. None
1018 BC-922 Harry Jones in B.C. 1863-1935. [193-?]. None
1019 BC-923/1 View of Port Simpson, B.C. [191-?]. None
1020 BC-923/1-7 Views of Port Simpson, B.C. [191-?]. None
1021 BC-923/2 View of Port Simpson, B.C. [191-?]. None
1022 BC-923/3 Port Simpson, B.C, totem pole. [191-?]. None
1023 BC-923/4 View of Port Simpson, B.C. [191-?]. None
1024 BC-923/5 View of Port Simpson, B.C. [191-?]. None
1025 BC-923/6 Firehall - Port Simpson, B.C. [191-?]. None
1026 BC-923/7 View from water near Fort Simpson, B.C. [191-?]. None
1027 BC-924 S.S. "B.X." in the Fort George Canyon, B.C. [191-?]. None
1028 BC-925 A dog team on the Fraser River at Fort George, B.C. [191-?]. None
1029 BC-926 Bird's-eye view of South Fort George, B.C. [191-?]. None
1030 BC-927 The B.C. Express mail steamers. 191-? None
1031 BC-928 Six Mile Mary (age 107), oldest Indian trapper at Fort George, B.C. [191-?]. None
1032 BC-929 S.S. "Operator" and "Conveyor" at Fort George, B.C. [190-?]. None
1033 BC-930 Grand Trunk Pacific freight yards, Prince George, B.C. [191-?]. None
1034 BC-931 South Fort George, B.C. 1910 None
1035 BC-932 South Ft. George, B.C. 191-? None
1036 BC-933 Grand Trunk Pacific wharf and terminals, Prince Rupert, B.C. 191-? None
1037 BC-934 Prince Rupert, June 1906 1906 None
1038 BC-935 Prince Rupert, June 1906. 1906 None
1039 BC-936 First police office and court house, Prince Rupert, 1908 1908 None
1040 BC-937 Third Avenue, Prince Rupert, B.C. 1913 None
1041 BC-938 Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B.C. 1913 None
1042 BC-939 Prince Rupert, B.C., 1909 1909. None
1043 BC-940 Second Ave., Borden St. and Acropolis Reservoir. 191-? None
1044 BC-941 Marine and fisheries, Digby Island, Prince Rupert, B.C. 1913 None
1045 BC-942 Prince Rupert and Kaien Island from Mt. Morse. 1913. None
1046 BC-943 Prince Rupert, B.C. 1911 None
1047 BC-944 Prince Rupert, B.C. 1913 None
1048 BC-945 Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C. 1913 None
1049 BC-946 King Edward School. 1914? None
1050 BC-947/1-2 Drawing of the Two-Million-Dollar Hotel, which the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway is building at Prince Rupert 1914 None
1051 BC-948 Hospital, General, 1913. 1913 None
1052 BC-949 City of Prince Rupert, B.C. 191-? None
1053 BC-950 Prince Rupert, B.C. 191-? None
1054 BC-951 Prince Rupert, B.C. 191-? None
1055 BC-952 Prince Rupert, B.C. 192-? None
1056 BC-954 Business section, Prince Rupert, B.C. 191-? None
1057 BC-955 Prince Rupert waterfront. 1913 None
1058 BC-956 Arrival of first train through Prince Rupert, B.C., 9th April 1914 1914 None
1059 BC-957 Dry dock, Prince Rupert, B.C., Sept., 1913. 1913 None
1060 BC-958 Princeton, B.C. 192-? None
1061 BC-959 Paper mill, Port Alberni, B.C. 193-? None
1062 BC-960 Lumbermill, B.C.? 191-? None
1063 BC-961 Quebec City. 194-? None
1064 BC-962/1 Steps heading to top of embankment, Fort no. 3, Levis (West end). 192-? None
1065 BC-962/1-8 Eight photographs of Fort No. 3 at Levis, Quebec. 192-? None
1066 BC-962/2 Moat and embankment from inside gateway, Fort no. 3, Levis. 192-? None
1067 BC-962/3 Fort no. 3 Levis, from main entrance. 192-? None
1068 BC-962/4 East section, Fort no. 3, Levis. 192-? None
1069 BC-962/5 Entrance fort no. 3 Levis. 192-? None
1070 BC-962/6 Gun emplacement and moat S.E. corner, Fort no. 3 Levis. 192-? None
1071 Bc-962/7 West end of Fort no. 3 Levis from top of embankment. 192-? None
1072 BC-962/8 West section fort no. 3, Levis. 192-? None
1073 BC-963 Maisonneuve Monument, Montreal. 191-? None
1074 BC-964 Chateau de Ramesay, Montreal. 192-? None
1075 BC-965 Dollard Monument, Lafontaine Park, Montreal. 192-? None
1076 BC-966 Cartier Monument, Montreal. Monument Cartier. 192-? None
1077 BC-967 St. Sulpice Seminary, founded about 1657, Montreal. 192-? None
1078 BC-968 Chateau de Ramsay, Montreal 192-? None
1079 BC-969 Totem poles, Massett, F.C. Island, B.C. 192-? None
1080 BC-970 Coy Isld., Cloak Bay from Kiusta, Q.C.I. 191-? None
1081 BC-971 Mouth of Quesnel River. 191-? None
1082 BC-973 C.P.R. i.e. Canadian Pacific Railway passenger train near summit of Rockies, Field, B.C. 1896 None
1083 BC-975 Derailed train, railroad accident, B.C.? 191-? None
1084 BC-976 B.C. Electric tower at Woodwards, B.C. completed February, 1907. 190-? None
1085 BC-977 Lake Buntzen Plant No. 2 1939. None
1086 BC-978 New engine from the Erie R.R., taken near Twin Oak Station on B.O. [Baltimore and Ohio] R.R., June 11, 1914. 1914 None
1087 BC-979 General view of Knoxville, Prince Rupert, B.C. 190-? None
1088 BC-980 Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Prince Rupert terminal. 1914 None
1089 BC-981/1 Kettle Valley Railway, two tunnels... 192-? None
1090 BC-981/1-6 Six views of Kettle Valley Railroad in the Hope area. 192-? None
1091 BC-981/2 On Kettle Valley RR. 192-? None
1092 BC-981/3 Kettle Valley Railway. 192-? None
1093 BC-981/4 Kettle Valley Railway. 192-? None
1094 BC-981/5 Kettle Valley Railway bridge 192-? None
1095 BC-981/6 Kettle Valley bridge at Hope. 192-? None
1096 BC-983 Inspiration Point, Alaska, White Pass and Yukon Railroad. 192-? None
1097 BC-984 Near Clifton, White Pass and Yukon Railway. 192-? None
1098 BC-985 White Pass and Yukon Railroad?, Alaska? 192-? None
1099 BC-986 A line of those Southern Pacific engines ready to leave Eddystone shop ... 192-? None
1100 BC-987 Fifty heavy engines ready to be shipped at Baldwin Locomotive Works. 192-? None
1101 BC-988 Group of men posed on board a ship. 192-? None
1102 BC-990/1 Richmond, Duke of...original Richmond Road. 192-? None
1103 BC-990/1-7 Site in Richmond, Ontario where Duke of Richmond died. 192-? None
1104 BC-990/2 Site of house where Duke of Richmond died. 192-? None
1105 BC-990/3 Jack River... 192-? None
1106 BC-990/4 Right edge of haule? where house stood in which the Duke of Richmond died. 192-? None
1107 BC-990/5 Site of house where Duke of Richmond died. 192-? None
1108 BC-990/6 Barn in which the Duke of Richmond spent the night before his death. 192-? None
1109 BC-990/7 Corner where proposed site to commemorate death of Duke of Richmond is. 192-? None
1110 BC-994 Photograph of rough sketch of six of the persons involved in the trial of Louis Riel. 1885 None
1111 BC-995 Photograph of portrait painting of Louis Riel. 1885 None
1112 BC-996/1 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1113 BC-996/1-19 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. Photographs taken during the second Riel Rebellion . 192-? None
1114 BC-996/2 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1115 BC-996/3 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1116 BC-996/4 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1117 BC-996/4 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1118 BC-996/5 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1119 BC-996/6 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1120 BC-996/7 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1121 BC-996/8 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1122 BC-996/9 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1123 BC-996/10 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1124 BC-996/11 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1125 BC-996/12 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1126 BC-996/13 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1127 BC-996/15 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1128 BC-996/16 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1129 BC-996/17 Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year 1885 by Prof. Buell in the office of the Minister of Agriculture. 1885 None
1130 BC-996/18 Troops lined up at a train station, Qu'Appelle, Sask.? 1885 None
1131 BC-996/19 Troops crossing the Saskatchewan prairies by wagon. 1885 None
1132 BC-997 Portrait of Louis Riel. 1885 None
1133 BC-998 Tarantula Jack, John M. Robson. 188-? None
1134 BC-1001 Mounted police veterans of 1873-1874 1925 None
1135 BC-1002 Royal Engineers' printing press, used by the engineers in New Westminster. 192-? None
1136 BC-1003/1 Royal children performing in theatrical - Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. 194-? None
1137 BC-1003/1-4 Royal children performing in theatrical, London, Eng.? 194-? None
1138 BC-1003/2 Royal children performance in theatrical - Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret and their mother Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. 194-? None
1139 BC-1003/3 Royal children performing in theatrical - including Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret. 194-? None
1140 BC-1003/4 Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret performing in theatrical. 194-? None
1141 BC-1004 Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, with the mayor of one of the districts of London for the opening of Youth Week. 1949 None
1142 BC-1005 Portrait of Charles de Salaberry. 188-? None
1143 BC-1007 Primitive land clearing. 1893 None
1144 BC-1008 Edinburgh Castle, Sept. 1941. 1941 None
1145 BC-1009 Capt. Charles A. Sawyer. 187-? None
1146 BC-1012 Moodyville Mills [1870?] None
1147 BC-1013 Photograph of cover design for "Sepass Poems," designed by George Clutesi 196-? None
1148 BC-1014 Chief K'hhalserten (Golden Snake) Sepass. 194-? None
1149 BC-1015 Chief Shup-She. 196-? None
1150 BC-1016 Gerald Sepass, Sardis, B.C. 196-? None
1151 BC-1017 Oliver N. Wells 196-? None
1152 BC-1018 George Clutesi. 196-? None
1153 BC-1019 George Clutesi - Sepass Poems. 196-? None
1154 BC-1020 Sophia Jane White. 1880 None
1155 BC-1021 Ada Currie Robertson 1962. None
1156 BC-1022 Eloise Street Harries. 196-? None
1157 BC-1023 Photograph of a painting of Jonathan Sewell. 188-? None
1158 BC-1024/1 Governor Seymour, Vancouver Island. 186-? None
1159 BC-1024/2 Governor Seymour, Vancouver Island. 186-? None
1160 BC-1025 The cast from the face of Shakespeare after death, 1616. 188-? None
1161 BC-1026 Cap Shorts. 1915 October None
1162 BC-1028 Original part of tree trunk found on Simpson Pass by J.I. Brewster, Banff, and carrying Sir George Simpson's blaze. 192-? None
1163 BC-1029 Block house, Sitka, Alaska. 189-? None
1164 BC-1030 View of Sitka, Alaska. 18-? None
1165 BC-1031 Old Russion log house. 189-? None
1166 BC-1032 Pullen House. 192-? None
1167 BC-1033 Mrs. Harriet Pullen, Skagway, Alaska. 191-? None
1168 BC-1034 Scotchmen's march to Klondike, Skagway, Alaska. 1897? None
1169 BC-1035 O.D. Skelton. 191-? None
1170 BC-1036 November 18, Vilhjalmur Stefansson, Arctic explorer, geographer, "Our Northern Frontier" 196-? None
1171 BC-1039 Rev. Edward White. 188-? None
1172 BC-1040 Sarah Jane White. 188-? None
1173 BC-1041 Sophia Jane White. 187-? None
1174 BC-1042 Charles Sibbald Lockwood Street and Mrs. Street with children, Emily Clare (Mrs. Winfield Maxwell), Marion Alice on her father's knee (Mrs. N.H. Anning). 188-? None
1175 BC-1043 Charles Sibbald Lockwood Street. 1885? None
1176 BC-1044 Alfred Edward White and Helen White. 192-? None
1177 BC-1045 Campbel Sweeny, Esq. 1912-1915? None
1178 BC-1046 Monument to David Thompson, celebrated geographer and astronomer at Verendrye, N.D. 191-? None
1179 BC-1047 From the site of "Saleesh House," of David Thompson, built in October, 1809, on Thompson's Prairie, Sanders County, Montana ... 1913 None
1180 BC-1048 Photograph of a portrait painting of John Tod. 18--? None
1181 BC-1049 Portrait of Simon Fraser Tolmie and family, Victoria? 188-? None
1182 BC-1050 John Trutch and daughter at Clawton Church, burial place of John and Sarah Trutch, (England?) 190-? None
1183 BC-1051 John Trutch. 188-? None
1184 BC-1052 Headstone of grave of Sir Joseph William Trutch and his wife, Somerset, Eng. 190-? None
1185 BC-1053 Portrait of Sir Joseph Trutch. 1880? None
1186 BC-1054 Petersham churchyard, Surrey, Eng., where stands the tomb and monumental tablet erected to the memory of Captain George Vancouver by the Hudson's Bay Company. 18--? None
1187 BC-1055 Captain Vancouver's grave, Petersham, Surrey. 191-? None
1188 BC-1056 Petersham churchyard, Captain George Vancouver's grave. 1945. None
1189 BC-1058 Petersham Church ; Grave of Captain Vancouver, Petersham ; Islewood Church Village. 191-? None
1190 BC-1059 Monument marking the spot at Nootka Sound, B.C. where Vancouver and Quadra met in August, 1792. 192-? None
1191 BC-1060 The boats of Commander George Vancouver entering Burrard Inlet, A.D. 1792. 195-? None
1192 BC-1061 Photograph of drawing of proposed monument to George Vancouver, erected at the north entrance of City Hall, Vancouver, B.C. in 1939. 1939 None
1193 BC-1062 Letter written by Captain George Vancouver at Nootka Sound, 9th September, 1792. 191-? None
1194 BC-1063 Captain George Vancouver, painting. 179-? None
1195 BC-1064 Monumental tablet erected by the Hudson's Bay Company in memory of Captain George Vancouver. 19--? None
1196 BC-1065 Fishing boats, Ucluelet, B.C. 1946 None
1197 BC-1066 Bird's-eye view, Quatsino Sound, B.C. 191-? None
1198 BC-1067 Wooden sail, Alert Bay, 1913. 195-? None
1199 BC-1068 Coast of Vancouver Island near Telegraph Cove. 192-? None
1200 BC-1069 Rock Bay B.C. 192-? None
1201 BC-1070 S.S. Prince George. 192-? None
1202 BC-1071 Shuffleboard on steamships Prince George and Prince Rupert. 191-? None
1203 BC-1072 S.S. Prince Rupert at Stewart, B.C. 191-? None
1204 BC-1073 New C.P.R. i.e. Canadian Pacific Railroad steamship, Princess Royal Ladysmith, B.C. 1907 None
1205 BC-1074/1 Steamship "Orizaba". 191- None
1206 BC-1074/1-6 Photographs of prints of steamers, Otter, Republic, Colonel Moody, Pacific, Orizaba and Brother Johnathan. 191- None
1207 BC-1074/2 Steamship "Brother Jonathan". 191- None
1208 BC-1074/3 Steamship "Pacific". 191- None
1209 BC-1074/4 The "Colonel Moody", Second steamer built in Victoria district. 191- None
1210 BC-1074/5 Steamship "Republic". 191- None
1211 BC-1074/6 The Hudson's Bay Steamer "Otter". 191- None
1212 BC-1075 Brig, "Eunice," of Salem, La Ciotat, France. 194-? None
1213 BC-1076 H.M.S. Neptune 191-? None
1214 BC-1077 M.T. Nor Basca, B.C. 191-? None
1215 BC-1078 Imperial Oil Co. tanker, "Albertolite", leaving Vancouver, B.C. : 1924 June 30. 1924 None
1216 BC-1079 The ill-fated S.S. Aoma, lost near Bowen Island, B.C. 191-? None
1217 BC-1080 Spanish ship, Atrevida, in command of Alejandro Malaspin, on northwest coast, B.C. 1885 None
1218 BC-1081 Fort George Canyon, B.C. 191-? None
1219 BC-1082 S.S. Beaver, Vancouver, B.C. 1888 None
1220 BC-1083 S.S. Beaver, Prospect Pt., the gateway to the Pacific as Captain Vancouver saw it, 1792. ca. 1888-1893 None
1221 BC-1084 Pioneer S.S. Beaver. 191-? None
1222 BC-1085 Steamship Beaver. 188-? None
1223 BC-1086/1 Photograph of drawing of the ship Columbia. 18--? None
1224 BC-1086/2 Photograph of drawing of the ship Columbia. 18--? None
1225 BC-1086/3 Photograph of drawing of the ship Columbia. 18--? None
1226 BC-1086/4 Photograph of drawing of the ship Columbia. 18--? None
1227 BC-1087 The Discovery on the rocks in Queen Charlotte Sound. 179-? None
1228 BC-1089 Canadian Pacific Steamships Ltd., R.M.S. Empress of Australia at Vancouver, B.C., Sept. 28, 1922 1922 None
1229 BC-1091 Entrance of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. 1788 None
1230 BC-1092 Unidentified ship by the shore, B.C. 191-? None
1231 BC-1094 Steamers John Cudahy and Selkirk at Eagle, Alaska, 1904. 1904 None
1232 BC-1095/1-2 Two views of ship, Sanita, B.C. 192-? None
1233 BC-1097 Sanita in Hardy Bay. 1925? None
1234 BC-1098 Two photographs of ship, Sanita, B.C. 192-? None
1235 BC-1099/1 Sanita, moored at Lasqueti Island, B.C. 192-? None
1236 BC-1099/2 Sanita, moored at Lasqueti Island, B.C. 192-? None
1237 BC-1099/3 Sanita, moored at Lasqueti Island, B.C. 192-? None
1238 BC-1100 View of the ship, Sanita, B.C. 192-? None
1239 BC-1101/1 Hull of H.M. Schooner Nancy, as recovered from the Nottawasaga River, October, 1927 1927 None
1240 BC-1101/2 Three people standing with Hull of H.M. Schooner Nancy, as recovered from the Nottawasaga River, Oct 1927 1927 None
1241 BC-1101/3 Three people standing with Hull of H.M. Schooner Nancy, as recovered from the Nottawasaga River, Oct 1927. 1927 None
1242 BC-1101/4 Three people standing with Hull of H.M. Schooner Nancy, as recovered from the Nottawasaga River, Oct 1927. 1927 None
1243 BC-1101/5 Three people standing with Hull of H.M. Schooner Nancy, as recovered from the Nottawasaga River, Oct 1927. 1927 None
1244 BC-1104/1 Arrival of 'Niagara', checking Auckland portion of mail bags to lorry. 192-? None
1245 BC-1104/2 Arrival of 'Niagara'. 192-? None
1246 BC-1104/3 Arrival of 'Niagara'. Unloading mail bags. 192-? None
1247 BC-1104/4 Arrival of 'Niagara' liner alongside wharf. 192-? None
1248 BC-1106 North Vancouver Ferry No. 3, Vancouver, B.C., June 21, 1924. 1924. None
1249 BC-1109 Exploring expedition along the coast of Vancouver's Island and British Columbia, H.M.S. Plumper in Port Harvey, Johnstone Strait, start of the surveying boats. 177-? None
1250 BC-1111 Photograph of a pencil drawing by John Webber representing H.M.S. Resolution in Nootka Sound, Capt. James Cook, Commander. 177-? None
1251 BC-1112 Photograph of model of H.R.M.S. Resolution, now in Whitby Museum. 191-? None
1252 BC-1113 H.M.S. Satellite, Bering Sea. 189-? None
1253 BC-1114/1 H.M.S. Satellite. 189-? None
1254 BC-1114/2 H.M.S. Satellite. 189-? None
1255 BC-1115 The Sudden Jerk, B.C.? 187-? None
1256 BC-1117 S.S. Totenham. 192-? None
1257 BC-1118 "Troilene" 1909. 1909. None
1258 BC-1119 Steamer Yellowstone, first steamboat on the Upper Missouri River. 192-? None
1259 BC-1120 York boat being tracked upstream. 192-? None
1260 BC-1121 Steamer, Queen City, B.C.? 190-? None
1261 BC-1122 Boats moored at a dock, B.C.? 192-? None
1262 BC-1123 Unidentified boat, B.C.? 192-? None
1263 BC-1124 Unidentified steamboat, B.C.? 192-? None
1264 BC-1125/1 Paloma (ship), exterior. 192-? None
1265 BC-1125/2 Paloma (ship), interior cabin area. 192-? None
1266 BC-1125/3 Paloma (ship), interior cabin area. 192-? None
1267 BC-1125/4 Paloma (ship), interior cabin area. 192-? None
1268 BC-1125/5 Paloma (ship), interior cabin area. 192-? None
1269 BC-1126 Canoe pulled up to shore, B.C. 192-? None
1270 BC-1127 Boat with two people on deck, B.C.? 192-? None
1271 BC-1128 Unidentified boat, B.C.? 192-? None
1272 BC-1130 Unidentified ship, B.C.? 191-? None
1273 BC-1131 Unidentified boat with man and small boy on deck, B.C.? 190-? None
1274 BC-1132 Russian warship?, B.C.? 191-? None
1275 BC-1133 The late Mrs. Mary Ann Vine, Metchosin, Vancouver Island. [192-?]. None
1276 BC-1134/1 Snapshot of Mrs. Mary Ann Vine's great-great-grandson and great-grandson planting a tree. 192-? None
1277 BC-1134/2 Snapshot of Mrs. Mary Ann Vine's great-great-grandson and great-grandson planting a tree. 192-? None
1278 BC-1135 Portrait of Alfred Waddington. 186-? None
1279 BC-1136 G.J. Wallace, J.P., first postmaster of Spallumcheen. 188-? None
1280 BC-1137 Superintendent J.M. Walsh. 190-? None
1281 BC-1138 Fort Canby Light House, Seaview, Washington. 192-? None
1282 BC-1139 A glimpse of the ocean beach fronting the Pacific Ocean at Seaview, Pacific county ... the cross indicates the location of "O-Ku-Lam" cottage occupied by T.C. Elliott. 192-? None
1283 BC-1140 Sunset at Seaview, Wash. 192-? None
1284 BC-1141 North Beach, scene from Fort Canby Light House, Wash. 192-? None
1285 BC-1142 Bird's eye view, Seaview, Wash. 192-? None
1286 BC-1143 A scene from Fishing Rocks, North Beach, Wash. 192-? None
1287 BC-1144 R. Watson 193-? None
1288 BC-1145 Madge Robertson Watt, Brighton, Eng. 1916 None
1289 BC-1146 Richard C. Weldon. 191-? None
1290 BC-1147 St. James Churchyard, Taunton, Somersetshire, taken July 1909 1909 None
1291 BC-1148 Williams Lake, B.C. 193-? None
1292 BC-1149 This was snapped at Chelanko Forks, about 140 miles west of Williams Lake ... at Bob Pyper's ... 193-? None
1293 BC-1151 Thos. F. York, the first white child born in the Colony of British Columbia. 191-? None
1294 BC-1152 Club house, Lake Windermere, B.C. 191-? None
1295 BC-1153 John McLean's blacksmith shop, Wharf Street, Victoria, B.C. 1890 None
1296 BC-1154 Old cooper shop and government building 1890 None
1297 BC-1155 Indian canoes, from the waterfront, Victoria, B.C. 189- None
1298 BC-1156 View of harbour from Parliament Buildings. 1891 None
1299 BC-1157 Victoria, B.C., Aug. 1890. 1890. None
1300 BC-1158 Victoria, B.C., harbor, Aug. 1890. 1890. None
1301 BC-1159 Lower Yates Street, Victoria ca. 1867 None
1302 BC-1160 Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C. ca. 1900. None
1303 BC-1161 Victoria from James Bay Bridge. 189-? None
1304 BC-1162 Point Ellice Bridge disaster, Victoria, 1896 May 25. 1896. None
1305 BC-1163 James Bay embankment, Government Street, and Empress Hotel, Victoria. 1906? None
1306 BC-1164 Early view of Victoria, showing bridge over James Bay. ca. 1893 None
1307 BC-1165 Victoria from government buildings. 1890? None
1308 BC-1166 East side of Wharf Street, Victoria, B.C., looking north. 186-? None
1309 BC-1167 Fort Street, looking east from Government Street, Victoria, B.C. 186-? None
1310 BC-1168 Old view of Victoria, showing James Bay, since filled in. 186? None
1311 BC-1169 Old view of Victoria, overlooking harbor. 186-? None
1312 BC-1170 The first St. Anne's Convent. 188-? None
1313 BC-1171 James Bay Bridge. 1870? None
1314 BC-1173 Victoria, B.C., looking west from Christ Church Cathedral ca. 1893 None
1315 BC-1174 Fort Victoria, B.C., 1802 1802 None
1316 BC-1175 View of early Victoria, B.C. 186-? None
1317 BC-1176 View of James Bay Bridge and Victoria. 186-? None
1318 BC-1177 Looking north across head of James Bay. 186-? None
1319 BC-1178 Looking north across head of James Bay. 1860? None
1320 BC-1179 Looking north across James Bay, toward Fort Victoria. 1860 None
1321 BC-1180 Sir James Douglas's house, Victoria, B.C. 186-? None
1322 BC-1181 Old Parliament Buildings, James Bay, Victoria, B.C. 187-? None
1323 BC-1182 Old Parliament Buildings, James Bay Victoria, B.C. 186- None
1324 BC-1183 Angela College for Girls, Victoria, B.C. 189-? None
1325 BC-1184 Angela College, Victoria, BC. 189-? None
1326 BC-1185 One of the first legislative buildings ("Birdcages"), Victoria, B.C. 187-? None
1327 BC-1186 The Colonial Secretary's Office and Governor's Office. 187-? None
1328 BC-1187 Craigflower Schoolhouse, Victoria, B.C. 191-? None
1329 BC-1188 The prison, Victoria, B.C. 186-? None
1330 BC-1189 The guard house Old Government House, also called Cary Castle, Victoria, B.C. 187-? None
1331 BC-1190 Old Government House, also called Cary Castle, Victoria, B.C. 186-? None
1332 BC-1191 Government House also called Cary Castle, Victoria, B.C. 186? None
1333 BC-1192 Lieutenant-Governor's residence, Victoria, B.C. 1907? None
1334 BC-1193 Alex D. MacDonald's residence Springfield, Michigan Street, Victoria B.C. 192-? None
1335 BC-1194 A colonial residence, the house Cloverdale Farm of Dr. W.F. Tolmie. 191-? None
1336 BC-1195 A colonial residence, the house Cloverdale Farm of Dr. W.F. Tolmie. 191-? None
1337 BC-1196 Laying corner stone of shrine temple, 24th May, 1929. 1929 None
1338 BC-1197 Government street looking south, Victoria, BC. 188-? None
1339 BC-1198 Victoria from the junction of Fort and Yates Streets, looking west. ca. 1891 None
1340 BC-1200 Robert Wood, after whom Greenwood City was named. ca. 1884 None
1341 BC-1201/1 Section of the river, along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1342 BC-1201/1-23 Views along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1343 BC-1201/2 Mount success and the head of the grand canyon looking south - along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1344 BC-1201/3 Murderer's bar - along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1345 BC-1201/4 Nude Creek - along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1346 BC-1201/5 Character of the river above Murderer's Bar - along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1347 BC-1201/6 The head of the grand canyon Homathko River- along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1348 BC-1201/7 Bridging the west fork - along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1349 BC-1201/8 Bridging the west fork - along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1350 BC-1201/9 The west fork of the Homathko (Moseley Creek) above the forks - along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1351 BC-1201/10 The C.P.R bridge of 187- across the west fork - (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1352 BC-1201/11 The head of Waddington Canyon - (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1353 BC-1201/12 The trail of 1928 - Navigating one of the bluffs along the river. (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1354 BC-1201/13 The Homathko a mile above Waddington Canyon. (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1355 BC-1201/14 Looking up the Homathko near Nude Creek (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1356 BC-1201/15 The valley of the Homathko above the grand canyon (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1357 BC-1201/16 Camping on the Homathko near the grand canyon (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1358 BC-1201/17 The Homathko below Murderer's Bar (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1359 BC-1201/18 The Rodman in 1928 (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1360 BC-1201/19 The river just above Waddington Canyon(along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1361 BC-1201/20 The Waddington Trail blasted out of the cliff at Waddington Canyon - Note the iron pin. 1928 None
1362 BC-1201/21 Tiedeman Creek at the forks (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1363 BC-1201/22 A portion of the trail above Waddington Canyon (along the Waddington Trail, B.C). 1928 None
1364 BC-1201/23 Along the Waddington Trail, B.C. 1928 None
1365 BC-1202/1 Waddington Trail on Lower Howathko River. 1928 None
1366 BC-1202/1-5 Views of Waddington Canyon and Homathko River. 1928 None
1367 BC-1202/2 Remains of Waddington Bridge no.1, near foot of Waddington Canyon. 1928 None
1368 BC-1202/3 Ruins of ferryman's cabin near foot of Waddington canyon. 1928 None
1369 BC-1202/4 Part of Waddington Trail. 1928 None
1370 BC-1202/5 Head of Waddington Canyon - Homathko River. 1928 None
1371 BC-1203 Gun Lake, Bridge River District, Pilot Mine just around the point. 1934 None
1372 BC-1204 Rifle pit at fish trap crossing, Bella Coola Trail, made by McDonald's pack train crew, 1864. 191-? None
1373 BC-1205 Part of Waddington Road. 187-? None
1374 BC-1206 Butcher's Maid entering Port Caldwell, Ontario. 189-? None
1375 BC-1207 Wrangell, Alaska. 189-? None
1376 BC-1208 Piers at Wrangell, Alaska. 190-? None
1377 BC-1209 Yale in construction days, drawing. 186-? None
1378 BC-1210 Thomas A. Wood, J.P. Justice of the Peace of Winfield. 187-? None
1379 BC-1212 Fraser River, Yale, B.C. 188-? None
1380 BC-1213 Yale of today as seen looking very east from site of the memorial. 1927 None
1381 BC-1214 Old court house, Yale, B.C. 194-? None
1382 BC-1216 Fraser River Canyon, Yale, B.C. 195-? None
1383 BC-1221 Wapta Glacier, Yoho Valley. 1904 None
1384 BC-1222 Twin Falls, Yoho Valley, B.C. 190-? None
1385 BC-1223 Kicking Horse River and Mt. Stephen, Field, B.C. 190-? None
1386 BC-1225 Looking west, Bow Glacier from head of lake. 1956 None
1387 BC-1226 Portrait of an unidentified officer in uniform, London, England. 191-? None
1388 BC-1230 Photograph of watercolor painting of B.C.? coastal scene. 19-? None
1389 BC-1231 Jane Tolmie, mother of Simon Fraser Tolmie. 187-? None
1390 BC-1232 Casco, Hudson's Bay Company ship. 192-? None
1391 BC-1233 Drying fish, Newfoundland. 192-? None
1392 BC-1234 Sealing steamers, Newfoundland. 192-? None
1393 BC-1235/1 Inuit woman. ca. 1922 None
1394 BC-1235/1-25 Photographs of Inuit and Inuit life, Siberia? and Alaska? 1921-1922 None
1395 BC-1235/2 Four Inuit women. ca. 1922 None
1396 BC-1235/3 Siberian Native Igloo. ca. 1922 None
1397 BC-1235/4 Heavy pull contest - record 2209 pounds - Reindeer Fair, Krozamapa? Hot Springs, Alaska, Feb 1916. 1916 None
1398 BC-1235/5 Eskimo women cleaning tom-cod - Nome, Alaska. ca. 1922 None
1399 BC-1235/6 Inuit children. ca. 1922 None
1400 BC-1235/7 Inuit people in front of their home. ca. 1922 None
1401 BC-1235/8 Fish drying on racks, Alaska? ca. 1922 None
1402 BC-1235/9 Caribou?, Alaska? ca. 1922 None
1403 BC-1235/10 Siberian man? with bear on leash in front of house. ca. 1922 None
1404 BC-1235/11 Hunters with dead walrus. ca. 1922 None
1405 BC-1235/12 Inuit woman and children. ca. 1922 None
1406 BC-1235/13 Inuit family in front of home. ca. 1922 None
1407 BC-1235/14 Inuit? mother and child in front of home. ca. 1922 None
1408 BC-1235/15 Inuit cleaning walrus after hunt. ca. 1922 None
1409 BC-1235/16 Inuit children. ca. 1922 None
1410 BC-1235/17 Inuit cleaning walrus after hunt. ca. 1922 None
1411 BC-1235/18 Herd of caribou. ca. 1922 None
1412 BC-1235/19 Inuit child in camp. ca. 1922 None
1413 BC-1235/20 Inuit camp. ca. 1922 None
1414 BC-1235/21 Inuit family. ca. 1922 None
1415 BC-1235/22 Inuit family. ca. 1922 None
1416 BC-1235/23 Inuit family. ca. 1922 None
1417 BC-1235/24 Inuit man wearing traditional clothes in bedroom. ca. 1922 None
1418 BC-1235/25 Inuit woman wearing traditional clothes in bedroom. ca. 1922 None
1419 BC-1236 Passengers taking exercise on the icebound Baychimo, Hudson's Bay Company ship, Siberia? ca. 1922 None
1420 BC-1238 Sawtooth Mountains from tunnel, White Pass and Yukon Railroad. 190-? None
1421 BC-1239 The "s" (south) glacier, Alaska. 190-? None
1422 BC-1240 City of Seattle at Foster Glacier, Takou Inlet, Alaska 190-? None
1423 BC-1241 Moors Wharf, Skagway, Alaska. 190-? None
1424 BC-1242 Str. (steamer), Cutch, Feb. 19, 1900 (Alaska?). 1900 None
1425 BC-1243 Steamship, Islander, at dock, Alaska? 189-? None
1426 BC-1244 C.P.N. Co.'s str., Islander. 189-? None
1427 BC-1245 Foster Glacier, Takou [sic] Inlet. 190-? None
1428 BC-1246 Whitelaw wreck. 1898. None
1429 BC-1247 A small, flat boat, Sudden Jerk? B.C.? 189-? None
1430 BC-1248 Kloo Lake? Yukon Territory. 190-? None
1431 BC-1249 Head of Miles Canyon. 190-? None
1432 BC-1250 The Lions. 191-? None
1433 BC-1251/1 Princess Louise [sic] Inlet. 193-? None
1434 BC-1251/1-9 Photographs of Judge Howay and his boat, the Sanita, taken along the Sunshine Coast. 193-? None
1435 BC-1251/2 Passing through Skookumchuck. 193-? None
1436 BC-1251/2 Taken in Quathiaski Cove. 193-? None
1437 BC-1251/3 Unidentified ship. 193-? None
1438 BC-1251/4 Sechelt inlet looking towards Salmon Arm. 193-? None
1439 BC-1251/6 Taken in Snug Cove. 193-? None
1440 BC-1251/7 Taken in Snug Cove. 193-? None
1441 BC-1251/8 Snug Cove, Bowen Isld. 193-? None
1442 BC-1251/9 Judge Howay in row boat with friend. 193-? None
1443 BC-1252/1 1. Looking N.W. from N.E. corner of L.5.6. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1444 BC-1252/1-13 Views of Manitoba Gypsum Co. and Falkland, B.C. ca. 1925. None
1445 BC-1252/2 3. Taken from N.E. corner of L.5.6 facing W. looking down on McClunies Ranch. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1446 BC-1252/3 4. Taken from outcrop no. 1 facing south. note Photo no. 7. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1447 BC-1252/4 7. Looking N.W. on to S.E. corner of L.5.6 showing exposure No. 1. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1448 BC-1252/5 8. Close up on no.5 exposure. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1449 BC-1252/6 9. Close up on no.5 exposure. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1450 BC-1252/7 10. Exposure No.5 facing N.E. photo no.14 taken east of this. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1451 BC-1252/8 13. This is no. 2 exposure. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1452 BC-1252/9 12. facing south looking over Stickneys Ranch into the Falkland Valley. Photo taken from outcrop shown in No. 17. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1453 BC-1252/10 14. Taken from No.2 exposure looking N.W. over the dyke. ca. 1925. None
1454 BC-1252/11 17. Facing north from the road looking over Stickneys ranch. Falkland Gypsum. ca. 1925. None
1455 BC-1252/12 18. Looking east over townsite from bunk house of saw mill. Showing store in centre of photo. ca. 1925. None
1456 BC-1252/13 20. Looking N.E. ca. 1925. None
1457 BC-1253 Joe Wallace. 195-? None
1458 BC-1254 Joe Wallace. 1954 None
1459 BC-1255 Joe Wallace. ca. 1954 None
1460 BC-1256 Beaver Canyon, B.C. 189-? None
1461 BC-1257 Edith Lambert Sharp. 195-? None
1462 BC-1258 Stuart Keate, publisher, Victoria daily times. 1956 None
1463 BC-1259 Frank Gilbert Roe. 195-? None
1464 BC-1260 Marie Coventry (Mrs. Wm. Pormau). ca. 1956 None
1465 BC-1261 G. Woodcock. 1953 None
1466 BC-1262 Mrs. Ethel (Burnett) Tibbits. ca. 1955 None
1467 BC-1263 James Marshall, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1955 None
1468 BC-1266 Richard Alan Diespecker. ca. 1956 None
1469 BC-1267 Ethel Wilson 1955. None
1470 BC-1268 Recent portrait of Frank H. Ellis. ca. 1956 None
1471 BC-1269 Frank Ellis at the controls of the Curtiss pusher bi-plane in which he taught himself to fly at Bowness Park, near Calgary, Alberta in June and July 1914. 1914? None
1472 BC-1270 Pamela Stephen. ca. 1955 None
1473 BC-1271 Audrey Alexandra Brown, London, England. 1950. None
1474 BC-1273 Evelyn Goddard. 195-? None
1475 BC-1274 Our log cabin as it looks to-day. The lake is at the bottom of a steep bank of the house. It is a beautiful white water lake that extends for five miles. ca. 1956 None
1476 BC-1275 The start of our home, April 1930, Nellie R. Campbell, Reid Lake, B.C. 1930 None
1477 BC-1276 Sir Michael Bruce. ca. 1955 None
1478 BC-1278 Eloise Street Harries. 1957 None
1479 BC-1280/1 Grenville Channel, B.C. 189-? None
1480 BC-1280/2 Totems at Wrangle [sic]. 189- None
1481 BC-1280/3 Takou [sic] Glacier, Alaska 189-? None
1482 BC-1280/4 Indian merchants at Treadwell Mines. 189-? None
1483 BC-1280/5 Muir Glacier? Alaska. 189-? None
1484 BC-1280/6 Section of Muir Glacier, Alaska, reflected. 189- None
1485 BC-1280/7 Whitestone Straits, Alaska. 189- None
1486 BC-1280/8 Sitka, Alaska taken at 9:30 p.m. 189- None
1487 BC-1280/9 Driveway near Sitka, Alaska. 189- None
1488 BC-1280/10 Mt Edgecomb, taken at 10 pm. 189- None
1489 BC-1280/11 Silver Basin near Sitka. 189- None
1490 BC-1280/12 Pinnacle Range from Sitka. 189- None
1491 BC-1280/13 Hells Gate, Fraser Canyon. 189-? None
1492 BC-1280/14 Fraser Canyon showing four tunnels above Spuzzum. 189-? None
1493 BC-1280/15 On the Canadian Pacific Railway, loop showing four tracks. 189-? None
1494 BC-1280/16 Hermit Range from the hotel showing C.P.R. station on the Canadian Pacific Railway. 189-? None
1495 BC-1280/17 The Kicking Horse Canyon, B.C. None
1496 BC-1280/18 Lower Kicking Horse Canyon on the C.P.R. 189-? None
1497 BC-1280/19 Mt. Stephen, showing silver mine. 189- None
1498 BC-1280/20 Louise Lake on the Canadian Pacific Railway. 189-? None
1499 BC-1280/21 Banff Springs Hotel. 189-? None
1500 BC-1280/22 Bow Valley from Banff Springs Hotel on the Canadian Pacific Railway. 189-? None
1501 BC-1280/22 Bow Valley from Banff Springs Hotel on the Canadian Pacific Railway. 189-? None
1502 BC-1280/23 Bow River and Twin Peaks, Banff, on the Canadian Pacific Railway. 1890 None
1503 BC-1280/24 Drive to Sundance Canyon, Banff. 189- None
1504 BC-1280/25 Hotel del Monte. 189-? None
1505 BC-1280/26 Restless sea between Moss Beach and Seal Rock, Del Monte, California. 189-? None
1506 BC-1280/27 Midway point, Cypress Drive, Del Monte, Calif. 189-? None
1507 BC-1280/28 Live oak arch at Hotel del Monte. 189-? None
1508 BC-1280/29 Mt. Shasta, on way to Portland over Mt. Shasta route, California. 189- None
1509 BC-1280/30 No 117 S.P.R.R. North from Eagle Cliff. 189- None
1510 BC-1280/31 No 66 Mt. Hood. 189- None
1511 BC-1280/33 Golden Gate from bridge, Yellowstone Park, Wyoming 189- None
1512 BC-1280/34 West from Golden Gate, Swan Lake Basin, Yellowstone National Park. 189- None
1513 BC-1280/35 New Crater at Norris Basin, Yellowstone National Park 189- None
1514 BC-1280/36 Geyser Hill from hotel, upper basin, Yellowstone National Park. 189- None
1515 BC-1280/37 Geyser Hill from hotel, upper basin, Yellowstone National Park. 189- None
1516 BC-1280/38 Crater of Excelsior Geyser, Yellowstone National Park. 189- None
1517 BC-1280/39 "Old Faithful" at Upper Basin, Yellowstone National Park. 189- None
1518 BC-1280/40 Grotto Geyser at Upper Basin, Yellowstone National Park. 189- None
1519 BC-1280/41 Oblong crater at Upper Basin, Yellowstone National Park, possibly an unnamed geyser. 189- None
1520 BC-1280/42 Keppler Keppler Cascade, Firehole and Madison Rivers, 130 feet high, Yellowstone National Park 189- None
1521 BC-1280/43 Shoshone Lake from Teton Point, 8500 feet above sea-level, with Teton Mountains 55 miles off, Yellowstone National Park. 189- None
1522 BC-1280/44 Hayden Valley, Yellowstone National Park. 189- None
1523 BC-1280/45 Canyon of the Yellowstone, Inspiration Point, from Artist's Point. 189- None
1524 BC-1280/47 3263 Castle Gate D&RG W. RY. 189- None
1525 BC-1280/48 The Portals, Canon [sic] of the Grand River. 189- None
1526 BC-1280/49 3367. The walls of the canon [sic], Grand River. 189- None
1527 BC-1280/50 849. Canon [sic] of Grand River. 189- None
1528 BC-1280/51 831. Mines of Battle Mtn., Eagle River Canon. [sic] 189- None
1529 BC-1280/52 3498. Marshall Pass and Miouray. 189- None
1530 BC-1280/53 3969. Bridge "B", Black Canon [sic]. 189- None
1531 BC-1280/54 3342. Rocky Point, Ironton & Ouray Toll Road. 189- None
1532 BC-1280/55 5811. Mt. Abram. 189- None
1533 BC-1280/56 1606 Phantom Curve. 189- None
1534 BC-1280/57 3211. Animas Canon [sic]. 189- None
1535 BC-1280/58 3192. Canon [sic] at the Rio Los Animas. 189- None
1536 BC-1280/59 3186. Toltec Gorge. 189- None
1537 BC-1280/60 246. Gateway ans Pikes Peak. 189- None
1538 BC-1280/61 Cathedral Spires, Garden of the Gods. 189- None
1539 BC-1280/62 Seven Falls, Cheyenne Canyon. 189- None
1540 BC-1280/63 North Cheyenne Canon [sic]. 189- None
1541 BC-1280/64 3864. M. & P.P.R.Y. near Artists Glen. 189- None
1542 BC-1280/65 3850. M. & P.P.R.Y. Crossing timber line. 189- None
1543 BC-1281 Unidentified portrait of a man. 190-? None
1544 BC-1282 View of Victoria, Vancouver Island 191- None
1545 BC-1286 Group of returned soldiers and their wives assembled at a strawberry picking demonstration in ... Merville. 1922. None
1546 BC-1288 Vue exterieure des habitations de Noutka. 1816-1834? None
1547 BC-1289 Legislative buildings, Victoria, B.C. 196-? None
1548 BC-1290/1 Unloading salmon from troller, Bamfield, V.I. 195-? None
1549 BC-1290/2 Mending fishing nets, Queen Charlotte Islands. 195-? None
1550 BC-1290/3 Mending fishing nets, Q.C.I., B.C. 195-? None
1551 BC-1290/4 Mending dogfish nets, Queen Charlotte City, Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C. 195-? None
1552 BC-1290/5 Shipping dogfish livers, Queen Charlotte City, Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C. 195-? None
1553 BC-1290/6 Crab fishing near Tofino, V.I. , B.C. 195-? None
1554 BC-1291/1 Cove ovens, Fernie, B.C. 190-? None
1555 BC-1291/2 Crowsnest Lake, B.C. 190-? None
1556 BC-1291/3 Up Bow River, Banff, Alta. 190-? None
1557 BC-1291/4 Down Bow River, Banff 190-? None
1558 BC-1291/5 Lynn Canal, B.C. 190-? None
1559 BC-1291/6 Port Essington, B.C. 190-? None
1560 BC-1291/7 Mount Stephen, Field, B.C. 190-? None
1561 BC-1291/8 Field and Kicking Horse River. 190-? None
1562 BC-1291/9 Lake Louise, Laggan. 190-? None
1563 BC-1291/10 Lakes in the Clouds, Laggan. 190-? None
1564 BC-1291/11 Natural Bridge, Field, B.C. 190-? None
1565 BC-1291/12 Mount Stephen House, Field, B.C. 190-? None
1566 BC-1291/13 C.P.R., the Basin, Banff, Alta., the pool. 190-? None
1567 BC-1291/14 Buffalo, Banff. 190-? None
1568 BC-1291/15 Tunnel Mountain near Banff. 190-? None
1569 BC-1291/16 Hoodoos, Banff. 190-? None
1570 BC-1291/17 Sailor Bar, Thompson Canon [sic]. 190-? None
1571 BC-1291/18 Mount Baker from Mission, June. 190-? None
1572 BC-1291/19 Camp at Moraine Lake, Laggan. 190-? None
1573 BC-1291/20 Great Divide 190-? None
1574 BC-1291/21 Rainbow Glacier, Lynn Canal, B.C. [sic] 190-? None
1575 BC-1291/22 Davidson Glacier, Lynn Canal, B.C. 190-? None
1576 BC-1291/23 Skagway, Alaska. 190-? None
1577 BC-1291/24 Juneau, Alaska. 190-? None
1578 BC-1291/25 Sir Donald and Great Glacier. 190-? None
1579 BC-1291/26 Climing the Great Glacier. 190-? None
1580 BC-1291/27 Up Fraser Canon [sic], B.C. 190-? None
1581 BC-1291/28 Thompson Canon [sic] , B.C. 190-? None
1582 BC-1291/29 Lake Minnewonka, Can. Nat. Park, Banff. 190-? None
1583 BC-1291/30 Dining room, Banff Springs Hotel. 190-? None
1584 BC-1291/31 Alpine Club in camp at Paradise Valley. 190-? None
1585 BC-1291/32 Horseshoe Glacier, Laggan. 190-? None
1586 BC-1291/33 Track. One mile from Laggan. 190-? None
1587 BC-1291/34 Track, one mile west of Banff 190-? None
1588 BC-1291/35 Crowsnest Mt., B.C. [sic] 190-? None
1589 BC-1291/36 Sentinel Valley, Crowsnest. 190-? None
1590 BC-1291/37 Great Glacier. 190-? None
1591 BC-1291/38 Swiss guides. 190-? None
1592 BC-1291/39 Four tunnels, Fraser Canon [sic]. 190-? None
1593 BC-1291/40 Beaver Gates, Beaver Canon. 190-? None
1594 BC-1291/41 Kananaskis Falls, near Banff. 190-? None
1595 BC-1291/42 Three Sisters Mountains, Canmore. 190-? None
1596 BC-1291/43 Illecillewaet Valley, B.C. 190-? None
1597 BC-1291/44 Glacier House, Glacier, B.C. 190-? None
1598 BC-1291/45 Horse-Shoe [sic] Glacier, Laggan. 190-? None
1599 BC-1291/46 Lakes in the Clouds, Laggan, Alberta. 190-? None
1600 BC-1291/47 Mt. Rundle and Vermillion Lake, Banff. 190-? None
1601 BC-1291/48 Cascade Mt., Banff . 190-? None
1602 BC-1291/49 Sunset, Comox, Vancouver Island. 190-? None
1603 BC-1291/50 Totem poles, Alert Bay, B.C. 190-? None
1604 BC-1291/51 Cisco Bridge, Fraser Canon [sic]. 190-? None
1605 BC-1291/52 Yale, B.C. 190-? None
1606 BC-1291/53 Giant Steps, Paradise Valley. 190-? None
1607 BC-1291/54 Glacier, Moraine Lake. 190-? None
1608 BC-1292 C.P.R.S.S. Empress of Canada entering Lions Gate, Vancouver, B.C. 19-- None
1609 BC-1293 Hotel Vancouver. 190- None
1610 BC-1294/1 Winter sports, Grouse Mountain Park, North Vancouver, B.C. 194-? None
1611 BC-1294/1-4 Photographs of Grouse Mountain Chalet and skiiers at Grouse Mountain Park, North Vancouver, B.C. 194-? None
1612 BC-1294/2 Winter Scene. Grouse Mountain Chalet. North Vancouver, B.C. 194-? None
1613 BC-1294/3 Winter Scene. Grouse Mountain Chalet. North Vancouver, B.C. 194-? None
1614 BC-1294/4 Winter Scene. Grouse Mountain Chalet. 194-? None
1615 BC-1295 Camel Mountain, North Vancouver, B.C. 194-? None
1616 BC-1296 Admiral Togo inspects the 72nd Seaforth's, Vancouver, B.C., Aug. 17, 1911. 1911 None
1617 BC-1297 Fire hall, Vancouver, B.C. 1917? None
1618 BC-1298 English Bay, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 197-? None
1619 BC-1299 Jasper Park Lodge. 194-? None
1620 BC-1302 Laboratory for general pathology adjacent to bact. lab. N.Y.S. Vet. College. 19-- None
1621 BC-1303 Unidentified man sitting at a desk, Victoria, B.C. 1905 None
1622 BC-1304/1 Laboratory scene, New York State Veterinary College at Ithica, N.Y.? 193-? None
1623 BC-1304/1 Laboratory scene, New York State Veterinary College at Ithica, N.Y.? 193-? None
1624 BC-1304/2 Laboratory scene, New York State Veterinary College at Ithica, N.Y.? 193-? None
1625 BC-1304/2 Laboratory scenes, New York State Veterinary College at Ithica, N.Y.? 193-? None
1626 BC-1305 Leonard Nelson, April 14, 1906. 1906. None
1627 BC-1306/1 Representative Canadian Railway Types. ca. 1943 None
1628 BC-1306/1-48 Representative Canadian Railway Types. ca. 1943 None
1629 BC-1306/2 Capt. Francis S. Middleton, S.S. Assiniboia. ca. 1943 None
1630 BC-1306/3 V.I. Farry, Sleeping car conductor, Winnipeg, Manitoba district. ca. 1943 None
1631 BC-1306/4 J.M. Roy, conductor, Quebec central railway. ca. 1943 None
1632 BC-1306/5 Billy Hicks, Bellboy, Royal York Hotel, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1633 BC-1306/6 T. Beresford, Hostler, Winnipeg Round House, Manitoba District. ca. 1943 None
1634 BC-1306/7 Stanley H. Binns, locomotive engineer, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1635 BC-1306/8 Thomas William Cox, dining car steward, Manitoba district. ca. 1943 None
1636 BC-1306/9 W.A. Begg, passenger conductor, Alberta district. ca. 1943 None
1637 BC-1306/10 Robert A. Spears, telegraph messenger, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1638 BC-1306/11 J.B. Norlock, hotel waiter, Royal York Hotel, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1639 BC-1306/12 J. Meaney, locomotive fireman, Winnipeg Round House, Manitoba district. ca. 1943 None
1640 BC-1306/13 F.E. Drake, C.P.R. constable, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1641 BC-1306/14 W.A. Phillips, sleeping car porter, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1642 BC-1306/15 Perry F. Thombs, locomotive engineer, Brownville Junction, Maine. ca. 1943 None
1643 BC-1306/16 William Hiltz, locomotive engineer, Dominion Atlantic Rly., Kentville, N.S. ca. 1943 None
1644 BC-1306/17 H. Jenkins, dining car steward, Winnipeg, Manitoba district. ca. 1943 None
1645 BC-1306/18 Cpt. Andrew Macdonald, S.S. Helene, Saint John, N.B. ca. 1943 None
1646 BC-1306/19 Purser P. Hamilton, S.S. Assiniboia (Ex Port Mcnicoll). ca. 1943 None
1647 BC-1306/20 Henri Odiau, chief chef, C.P.R. hotel system, Royal York, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1648 BC-1306/21 J.A. Lemire, station master, Windsor Station. ca. 1943 None
1649 BC-1306/22 Alex Robert Mcpherson, sleeping car conductor, Vancouver. ca. 1943 None
1650 BC-1306/23 A.C. Marshall, express pick-up, Regina, Saskatchewan district. ca. 1943 None
1651 BC-1306/24 H.B. Mcconnell, passenger brakeman, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1652 BC-1306/25 Mary Dubray, parlor maid, Royal York Hotel, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1653 BC-1306/26 Representative Canadian Railway Types. ca. 1943 None
1654 BC-1306/27 John A. Maxwell, despatcher, Revelstoke, B.C., B.C. district. ca. 1943 None
1655 BC-1306/28 G.T. Jackson, station agent, Lacombe, Alta., Alberta district. ca. 1943 None
1656 BC-1306/29 R. Lariviere, Leverman, Windsor station. ca. 1943 None
1657 BC-1306/30 James Joplin, moulder, Winnipeg, Weston Shops, Manitoba district. ca. 1943 None
1658 BC-1306/31 W.F. Becksted, signal maintenance, Montreal, Que. ca. 1943 None
1659 BC-1306/32 K.B. Mackenzie, crossing watchman, Montreal, Que. ca. 1943 None
1660 BC-1306/33 G.W. Edney, apprentice (electrician), Winnipeg, Weston Shops, Manitoba district. ca. 1943 None
1661 BC-1306/34 Herbert Patrick Kelly, freight handler, Saint John, N.B. ca. 1943 None
1662 BC-1306/35 Jean Baptiste Vinette, lineman, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1663 BC-1306/36 R.T. Jones, blacksmith, Vancouver, B.C. district. ca. 1943 None
1664 BC-1306/37 Charles Holmes, blacksmith, Angus Shops, Montreal, Que. ca. 1943 None
1665 BC-1306/38 J. Thornber, car charge hand, Shaunavon, Sask., Saskatchewan district. ca. 1943 None
1666 BC-1306/39 Albert Percival Smith, general passenger car foreman, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1667 BC-1306/40 J.O. Ethier, machinist, Angus Shops, Montreal, Que. ca. 1943 None
1668 BC-1306/41 E.L. Dolron, shop laborer, Angus shops, Montreal, Que. ca. 1943 None
1669 BC-1306/42 George Dowdell, section foreman, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1670 BC-1306/43 William North, boiler maker foreman, Vancouver, B.C. district. ca. 1943 None
1671 BC-1306/44 J.W. Dussault, bridge building man, Montreal, Que. ca. 1943 None
1672 BC-1306/45 R.G. Bromwich, inspector, C.P.R. Communications Dept., Montreal, Que. ca. 1943 None
1673 BC-1306/46 W. Orysiuk, track watchman, Cathedral, Alberta district. ca. 1943 None
1674 BC-1306/47 G. Ellis, chief engineer Connaught Tunnel, Glacier, B.C. district. ca. 1943 None
1675 BC-1306/48 W. Stewart, boiler foreman, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan district. ca. 1943 None
1676 BC-1306/49 L. Baillie, freight conductor, Vancouver, B.C. district. ca. 1943 None
1677 BC-1306/50 P.J. Mcgarvey, freight conductor, Toronto. ca. 1943 None
1678 BC-1310 G.H. Barnard. ca. 1915 None
1679 BC-1311/1 Mouth of the Skeena River. 192-? None
1680 BC-1311/2 Namu Cannery. 192-? None
1681 BC-1311/3 Near Yale, B.C. 192-? None
1682 BC-1311/4 Nimpkish Lumber Co. of Englewood. 192-? None
1683 BC-1311/5 Smoking room, T.S.S. Cardena. 192-? None
1684 BC-1311/6 Swanson Bay. 192-? None
1685 BC-1312 General view of Ashcroft, B.C. ca. 1936 None
1686 BC-1313 Indian painting on Narrows Rock. 194-? None
1687 BC-1314 Ben Bow Inn, Qualicum Beach, V.I. 195-? None
1688 BC-1315 Stillwater Power Plant, Scow Bay, Powell River, B.C. 196-? None
1689 BC-1316 Vancouver members of the Royal Canadian Regiment sent to South Africa. 1899 None
1690 BC-1317/1 Chamberlain House build [sic] of coral blocks about 1830. 193-? None
1691 BC-1317/2 Golden shower, Hawaii 193-? None
1692 BC-1317/3 Old Mission Home, 1821, brot [sic] from Boston, Honolulu, Hawaii 193-? None
1693 BC-1317/4 Old Mission Printing House, built in 1823 of coral blocks and mud mortar, Honolulu, Hawaii. 193-? None
1694 BC-1317/5 Old Mission Printing House erected 1823 of coral blocks. 193-? None
1695 BC-1317/6 Waimea River, Oahu. 193-? None
1696 BC-1317/7 Man preparing poi, Hawaii? 193-? None
1697 BC-1317/8 Man eating poi, Hawaii? 193-? None
1698 BC-1317/9 Hawaiian house, Hawaii? 193-? None
1699 BC-1317/10 Nuuanu Pali Road Lookout, Honolulu. 193-? None
1700 BC-1317/11 Panoramic view of Honolulu and the Manoa Valley, looking towards Diamond Head, Oahu. 193-? None
1701 BC-1317/12 View of Honolulu, Hawaii. 193-? None
1702 BC-1318 The southeast view of Tychfield Abby [sic], in Hampshire. 1773. None
1703 BC-1320 Capilano Creek Dam, Vancouver. 190-? None
1704 BC-1322 Dr. Gaffky. 190-? None
1705 BC-1323 Dr. V.A. Moore? 192-? None
1706 BC-1324 Portrait photograph of a man. 1904 None
1707 BC-1325/1 Concentrator, Premier Mine, Canada, B.C. 194-? None
1708 BC-1325/2 Ore buckets, Premier tram, enroute to Hyder, Alaska. 194-? None
1709 BC-1325/3 Premier Mine. 194-? None
1710 BC-1326 Vancouver Iron Works Ltd. 194-? None
1711 BC-1329/1 Vancouver [and] Golf. 196-? None
1712 BC-1329/2 Penguins [and] English Bay. 196-? None
1713 BC-1330 Vancouver waterfront, B.C. 197-? None
1714 BC-1331 View of Vancouver at night taken from Grouse Mountain. 1970? None
1715 BC-1338 Terminus East, Hastings Street, near exhibition site. ca. 1939 None
1716 BC-1340 Unidentified lake. 19--? None
1717 BC-1341 Street scenes of Hastings, Seymour and Richards Streets, Vancouver, B.C. 1909 None
1718 BC-1342 Hastings & Homer. ca. 1933 None
1719 BC-1343 Unidentified family standing in front of house. 186-? None
1720 BC-1344 Stanley Park. 1931. None
1721 BC-1345/1 Big Pond, Bras d'Or Lakes, C.B. 192-? None
1722 BC-1345/2 Bras d'Or Lakes, C.B. 192-? None
1723 BC-1345/3 The Cabot Trail. 192-? None
1724 BC-1345/4 The Cabot Trail, Hair Pin Curve. 192-? None
1725 BC-1345/5 Cap Rouge, Cabot Trail. 192-? None
1726 BC-1345/6 Garden Pool, Margaree, C.B. 192-? None
1727 BC-1345/7 Lakes O'Law, Cape Breton. 192-? None
1728 BC-1345/8 Lakes O'Law, Cape Breton. 192-? None
1729 BC-1345/9 Margaree Forks, C.B. 192-? None
1730 BC-1345/11 South Bay, Ingonish, C.B. 192-? None
1731 BC-1345/12 Whycocomagh Bay, C.B. 192-? None
1732 BC-1346 Photograph of two young men smoking and reading in rocking chairs. 189-? None
1733 BC-1347 St. Peter's Anglican Church. 192-? None
1734 BC-1348 Outdoor scene with model of monster? dinosaur? sitting on logs, Alta.? 191-? None
1735 BC-1349 Unidentified group photograph. 192-? None
1736 BC-1350 Photograph of two elderly men shaking hands, U.B.C. campus? 195? None
1737 BC-1351/1 Fort Steel, taken from the approach road outside of the station. ca. 1958 None
1738 BC-1351/2 Fort Steele, a close-up view of the plaque ... ca. 1958 None
1739 BC-1351/3 Fort Steele, A view of the monument showing formwork and bracing used during erection. ca. 1958 None
1740 BC-1351/5 Fort Steele, A side viewof the monument taken fromt in front of the commanding officer's quarters. ca. 1958 None
1741 BC-1351/6 Fort Steele, a view of the monument taken from the corner of the commanding officer's quarters. ca. 1958 None
1742 BC-1351/7 Fort Steele, a rear of the monument. ca. 1958 None
1743 BC-1352 Ogilvie Peak from ... office. 19-- None
1744 BC-1353/1 A waterfall at heart of Princess Louisa Inlet, Jervis Inlet, B.C. 193-? None
1745 BC-1353/2 A waterfall at heart of Princess Louisa Inlet, Jervis Inlet, B.C. 193-? None
1746 BC-1354 A Hudson's Bay freight canoe made from cottonwood tree, at Quesnel in the south of the river, 51 long, 4 1/2 wide, carrying 5,000 lbs. freight and 7 Indians. 193-? None
1747 BC-1355 Ladner Creek bridge. 19-- None
1748 BC-1356 Group portrait of four men, linking arms in front of building. 192-? None
1749 BC-1357 Old legislative assembly building, Fredericton, N.B. 195-? None
1750 BC-1358 Ruins of the offices at the port of San Blas, Mexico, the "contaduria". 1958 None
1751 BC-1359 Pierre Stanislas Bedard. 19--? None
1752 BC-1361 Tombstone of Paul Legaie. 190-? None
1753 BC-1362 Archibald Menzies, from a painting by Eddis Linnean Society. 197-? None
1754 BC-1364 Totem poles, Kitwanga, B.C., Canada. 1923 None
1755 BC-1365/1 On Star Best, looking S.E. towards Gold Hill Camp. 1934. None
1756 BC-1365/2 Star Best Mine, B.C., no. 1 vein, Star no. 2 MC, looking N.W : June 4, 1934. 1934. None
1757 BC-1365/3 On Star Best side of valley, looking westerly towards Cadwallader. 1934. None
1758 BC-1365/4 On Star Best, McGillivray Summit, looking S.E. to "Gold Hill". 1934. None
1759 BC-1365/10 Margaree River, C.B. 192-? None
1760 BC-1366 Cariboo Cameron. 186-? None
1761 BC-1367/1 Hudson's Bay Company, Norway House, Man., archway warehouse, bell, 1782, and Franklin sundial. 193-? None
1762 BC-1367/2 Rossville Indian Mission, Norway House, Man. 193-? None
1763 BC-1367/3 Hudson's Bay Company, Norway House, Man. 193-? None
1764 BC-1367/4 Hudson's Bay Co., Norway House, interior of fort. 193-? None
1765 BC-1368/1 Standard Gold Mines camp B.C. 1934. None
1766 BC-1368/2 Standard tractor. 1934 None
1767 BC-1368/3 McGillivray Cadwallader summit, looking south, south side of valley. 1934 None
1768 BC-1369 Old Fort Garry, Winnipeg, Man. 193-? None
1769 BC-1370/1 Bonanza Cache, canyon near camp, looking westerly. 1934 None
1770 BC-1370/2 Bonanza Cache Gold Mines, B.C., footbridge near camp. 1934 None
1771 BC-1370/3 Bonanza-Cache, looking S.W. from L-124. 1934 None
1772 BC-1370/4 Bonanza-Cache, looking westerly from L-124. 1934 None
1773 BC-1371 Angus McDonald ... of Fort Colville. 19-- None
1774 BC-1372 Monument to Meriwether Lewis at Meriwether, Mont., commemorating farthest north point reached on expedition of 1804-06, Upper Missouri historical expedition, enroute Great Northern Railway. 192-? None
1775 BC-1373/1 Big tree, Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. 190-? None
1776 BC-1373/2 Tally-ho at big tree, Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. 190-? None
1777 BC-1374 Siwash Rock, Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. 190-? None
1778 BC-1375 Totem pole, Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1907 None
1779 BC-1376 Siwash Rock, Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. 193-? None
1780 BC-1377 Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 191-? None
1781 BC-1378 Old "Parliament Tower", burned during 1st World War. 19--? None
1782 BC-1379 Norway House and two york boats. ca. 1928 None
1783 BC-1380/1 Vernon, B.C., Long Lake. 191-? None
1784 BC-1380/2 Vernon, B.C., Okanagan Lake. 191-? None
1785 BC-1380/3 Vernon, B.C., Swan Lake. 191-? None
1786 BC-1381 North Vancouver. ca. 1920 None
1787 BC-1383 Junction of the north and south Thompson, Kamloops. 1904 None
1788 BC-1384/1 Stonehenge, or Giants' Dance, Salisbury Plain. 190-? None
1789 BC-1384/2 The Devil's Den, Marlborough. 190-? None
1790 BC-1384/3 The temple at Avebury, England, a restoration after J. Britton. 190-? None
1791 BC-1384/4 Druids' altar stones, Avebury. 190-? None
1792 BC-1384/5 Remains of Druids Stone Avenue, inner and outer Circle, South, Avebury. 190-? None
1793 BC-1384/6 Remains of Druids' stone avenue (south) Avebury. 190-? None
1794 BC-1384/7 Remains of Druids' Stone Avenue, West Avebury. 190-? None
1795 BC-1385 Post-office and city hall, New Westminster, B.C. ca. 1905 None
1796 BC-1386 Pattullo Bridge, spanning the Fraser River from Surrey to New Westminster, B.C. 194-? None
1797 BC-1387 Grave of Pauline Johnson, Stanley Park, Vancouver. 1917 None
1798 BC-1388 Travois and squaws. ca. 1907 None
1799 BC-1389 Hudson Bay Blockhouse, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. 193-? None
1800 BC-1390/1 Broad Hinton. 192-? None
1801 BC-1390/2 The street, Broad Hinton, Swindon. 190-? None
1802 BC-1390/3 Beckhampton. 190-? None
1803 BC-1390/4 Cross roads, Avebury. 190-? None
1804 BC-1390/5 Manor house, Avebury. 190-? None
1805 BC-1390/6 Stones at Avebury. 190-? None
1806 BC-1390/7 Norman font, in Avebury Church. 190-? None
1807 BC-1391/1 Conway [sic] Castle. 190-? None
1808 BC-1391/2 Druid circle and tal-y-fan, Penmaen-mawr. 190-? None
1809 BC-1391/3 Cromlech Maen-y-Barld nr. Penmaenmawr [sic]. 190-? None
1810 BC-1392 Columbia St. New Westminster. 191-? None
1811 BC-1393 Trinity College, Cambridge. 192-? None
1812 BC-1395/1 Lake Louise and Victoria Glacier, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1813 BC-1395/2 Chateau Lake Louise, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1814 BC-1395/3 Moraine Lake, Valley of the Ten Peaks, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1815 BC-1395/4 Chateau Lake Louise and Swimming Pool, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1816 BC-1395/5 Bow Lake and Glacier, Lake Louise - Jasper Highway, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1817 BC-1395/6 The Bee-Hive and Bridal Falls, Lake Louise, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1818 BC-1395/7 Banff Springs Hotel and Bow Valley, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1819 BC-1395/8 Poppies at Lake Louise, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1820 BC-1395/9 The Lake in the Clouds, Lake Louise, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1821 BC-1395/10 Peyto Lake, Lake Louise - Jasper Highway, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1822 BC-1395/11 Canadian Rockies, real photographs to match your own snapshots, envelope. 193-? None
1823 BC-1396/1 Bears at Kicking Horse Tea Room, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1824 BC-1396/2 Takkakaw Falls, Yoho Valley, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1825 BC-1396/3 Mt. Cathedral, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1826 BC-1396/4 Kicking Horse Tea Room, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1827 BC-1396/5 Mount Stephen, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1828 BC-1396/6 The Great Divide, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1829 BC-1396/7 Bear - Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1830 BC-1396/8 Spiral Tunnels, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1831 BC-1396/9 Kicking Horse Pass, B.C., Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1832 BC-1396/10 Natural Bridge, Canadian Rockies. 193-? None
1833 BC-1396/11 The Canadian Rockies, real photographs to match your own snapshots, envelope. 193-? None
1834 BC-1397/1 Mt. Franchere and Lake Cavell. 193-? None
1835 BC-1397/2 Mt. Cavell and Lake. 193-? None
1836 BC-1397/3 Angel Glacier. 193-? None
1837 BC-1397/4 Pyramid Range from Cavell Drive. 193-? None
1838 BC-1397/5 Throne Mountain from Cavell Drive. 193-? None
1839 BC-1397/6 Astoria Valley. Mt Cavell and Mt. Sorrow. 193-? None
1840 BC-1397/7 Mt. Cavell and Angel Glacier. 193-? None
1841 BC-1397/8 Angel Glacier and Lake Cavell. 193-? None
1842 BC-1397/9 Mt. Hardisty and Mt. Kerkeslin from Cavell Drive. 193-? None
1843 BC-1397/10 Mt. Hardisty and Mt. Kerkeslin, Athabasca River. 193-? None
1844 BC-1397/11 Mt. Edith Cavell Drive, Jasper National Park - photograph envelope. 193-? None
1845 BC-1398/1 Government Bath. 193-? None
1846 BC-1398/2 Bow Falls. 193-? None
1847 BC-1398/3 Mt. Rundle. 193-? None
1848 BC-1398/4 Lake Minnewanka. 193-? None
1849 BC-1398/5 Banff Springs Hotel. 193-? None
1850 BC-1398/6 Johnson Canyon. 193-? None
1851 BC-1398/7 Johnson Canyon. 193-? None
1852 BC-1398/8 Cascade Mtn. 193-? None
1853 BC-1398/9 Three Sisters. 193-? None
1854 BC-1398/10 Bow Valley. 193-? None
1855 BC-1398/11 Canadian Pacific Rockies, selected real photographs - envelope. 193-? None
1856 BC-1399/1 The Inner Harbour, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1857 BC-1399/2 Empress Hotel, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1858 BC-1399/3 Empress Hotel, and parliament buildings, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1859 BC-1399/4 Olympic Mountains and Trail Island Lighthouse, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1860 BC-1399/5 Mt. Baker from Oak Bay, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1861 BC-1399/6 Looking west on Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1862 BC-1399/7 In Beaconhill Park, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1863 BC-1399/8 Parliament buildings, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1864 BC-1399/9 In Beaconhill Park, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1865 BC-1399/10 Olympic mountains and Trail Island from Oak Bay, Victoria, B.C. 193-? None
1866 BC-1399/11 Victoria, B.C., real sceneograph photos - envelope. 193-? None
1867 BC-1400/1 Athabasca Falls. 193-? None
1868 BC-1400/2 Jasper Town. 193-? None
1869 BC-1400/3 Mt. Edith Cavell. 193-? None
1870 BC-1400/4 Pyramid Mtn. 193-? None
1871 BC-1400/5 Jasper Park Lodge on Lac Beauvert. 193-? None
1872 BC-1400/6 Mt. Edith Cavell from Lac Beauvert. 193-? None
1873 BC-1400/7 Totem Pole, Jasper. 193-? None
1874 BC-1400/8 Mt. Robson. 193-? None
1875 BC-1400/9 Mt. Robson. 193-? None
1876 BC-1400/10 Maligne Lake. 193-? None
1877 BC-1400/11 The Ramparts. 193-? None
1878 BC-1400/12 Maligne Canyon. 193-? None
1879 BC-1400/13 Original photographs of Jasper Park - Envelope. 193-? None
1880 BC-1402 G. Dauth ... Vice-Recteur. 190-? None
1881 BC-1403/1 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1882 BC-1403/2 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1883 BC-1403/3 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1884 BC-1403/4 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1885 BC-1403/5 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1886 BC-1403/6 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1887 BC-1403/7 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1888 BC-1403/8 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1889 BC-1403/9 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1890 BC-1403/10 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1891 BC-1403/11 Scene from the play, "Moscow character", by A. Safronov. 195? None
1892 BC-1404/1 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1893 BC-1404/2 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1894 BC-1404/3 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1895 BC-1404/4 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1896 BC-1404/5 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1897 BC-1404/6 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1898 BC-1404/7 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1899 BC-1404/8 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1900 BC-1404/9 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1901 BC-1404/10 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1902 BC-1404/12 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1903 BC-1404/13 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1904 BC-1404/14 Scenes from the play, "The Green street", by A. Suzgov. 195? None
1905 BC-1405/1 Russian people looking at books. 19-? None
1906 BC-1405/2 Two women leaving a house in winter. 19-? None
1907 BC-1405/3 Teacher and students in a lecture hall. 19-? None
1908 BC-1405/4 Soviet folk-dancing onstage. 19-? None
1909 BC-1406 Portrait of Lenin. 19-? None
1910 BC-1407 Portrait of Stalin. 19-? None
1911 BC-1408 Photomontage of views of the city of Ufa, Soviet Union. 19-? None
1912 BC-1409 Photomontage of scenes of cultural events in Bashkir Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. 19-? None
1913 BC-1410/1 Oleg Koshevoy, leader of the Young Guards. 19-? None
1914 BC-1410/2 Ulyana Gromova, member of the Young Guards. 19-? None
1915 BC-1411/1 Anna Laxe, Latvian writer born in 1905, female Latvian. 19-- None
1916 BC-1411/2 Aleksej Marsev, hero of Boris Polevoi's "The story of the genuine man". 19-- None
1917 BC-1411/3 Antanas Ventzlova, born 1906, Lithuanian author. 19-- None
1918 BC-1411/4 Yakub Kopas, national poet of Byelorussia, born Nov. 3, 1882. 19-- None
1919 BC-1412/1 Exhibition, "Books are friends", reading room, Moscow House of Pioneers. 19-? None
1920 BC-1412/2 Chess club, Moscow House of Pioneers. 19-? None
1921 BC-1412/3 Eurythmics class, Moscow House of Pioneers. 19-? None
1922 BC-1413/1 The Order of Lenin State, Central Institute of Physical Culture in the name of I.V. Stalin. 19-? None
1923 BC-1413/2 Estonian S.S.R., music circle, Tartu Arts & Crafts School no. 12 19-? None
1924 BC-1413/3 New homes in Sovkhoz, Karavayevo, a state collective farm. 19-? None
1925 BC-1414 Street scene, Barkerville, B.C. 192-? None
1926 BC-1415 Salmon leaping over waterfall. 19-- None
1927 BC-1416 A lone moose at sundown. ca. 1929 None
1928 BC-1417 Polar bear. 1918? None
1929 BC-1418/1 Mark Creek Falls near Cranbrook, B.C. 19-? None
1930 BC-1418/2 Steeples in winter, Cranbrook, B.C. 19-- None
1931 BC-1419 Wigwam Inn, Indian River Park, Vancouver, B.C. 192-? None
1932 BC-1420 Clinton, B.C. 193-? None
1933 BC-1421 Home of Bestwood Cedar Shingles. 193-? None
1934 BC-1422 Ben-My-Chree, head of west Taku Arm. 193-? None
1935 BC-1423 Bird's eye view, Fernie, B.C. 192-? None
1936 BC-1424 Four-masted schooner and tugboat, Commodore at dock, Hastings Mill, B.C. 190-? None
1937 BC-1426 Rev. John H. Wright, B.A.B.D. 192-? None
1938 BC-1427 St. Anthony, International Grenfell Association headquarters. 192-? None
1939 BC-1428/1 Looking north from North Head. 19-- None
1940 BC-1428/2 North Head. 19-- None
1941 BC-1430 Dr. George Adami. 1895 None
1942 BC-1433/1-94 Photographs of sketches of Overlanders of 1862 by W.G.R. Hind. 197- None
1943 BC-1434 Unidentified group of people at English Bay, Vancouver, B.C. 189-? None
1944 BC-1435 Dominion Day parade, Hastings South. 1904 None
1945 BC-1436 Vancouver, B.C. from C.P.R. hotel. 192-? None
1946 BC-1437 Part of Vancouver, B.C. from C.P. hotel. ca. 1900 None
1947 BC-1438 The bridge so dear to me ... 190-? None
1948 BC-1439 Group of four people on beach, Stanley Park, Vancouver. 189-? None
1949 BC-1440/1 View of the West End from the corner of Georgia and Granville. 189-? None
1950 BC-1441 The Bank of Montreal at Vancouver,B.C. 190-? None
1951 BC-1442 Hastings and Cambie Streets, Vancouver, B.C. 190-? None
1952 BC-1443 The Canadian Pacific Railway station, Vancouver, B.C. and unidentified house. 190-? None
1953 BC-1444 The Canadian Pacific Railway hotel at Georgia and Granville Streets, Vancouver, B.C. 19--? None
1954 BC-1445 Part of Cordova Street, Vancouver. 189-? None
1955 BC-1446 On Quebec between Broadway and 10th Ave. 190-? None
1956 BC-1447 Photographer and his camera at Stanley Park. ca 1900? None
1957 BC-1448 Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C. 19-? None
1958 BC-1455 Dr. Charles Whetham. n.d. None
1959 BC-1457/1 Corner of Main and Aberdeen Streets, Winnipeg, Man. ca. 1900 None
1960 BC-1457/5 City of Vancouver. 1898 None
1961 BC-1457/7 Two women and one girl at the beach. ca. 1910 None
1962 BC-1457/8 Winnipeg street scene. 191-? None
1963 BC-1457/9 Vermillion Range, Squaw Mountain and Cascades, from veranda, C.P.R. hotel, Alta. 28th June, '99 1899 None
1964 BC-1457/10 Canadian Pacific Railway station in Winnipeg, Man. 1901? None
1965 BC-1457/11 The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York in a carriage on Main Street, Winnipeg, during royal visit. 1901 None
1966 BC-1457/12 Official opening of Manitoba University by the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York. 1901 None
1967 BC-1457/13 Official opening of Manitoba University by the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York. 1901 None
1968 BC-1457/14 Frank's dog team with Mrs. Ripley, Hammond and Mollie. 191-? None
1969 BC-1457/15 Two dogsled teams, horses and men in snow. 191-? None
1970 BC-1457/16 General view, International Bridge and Rainy River from south, Canadian Norther Ry. 191-? None
1971 BC-1457/17 Canadian Northern Ry., International Bridge, view from south. 191-? None
1972 BC-1457/19 Prairie town. 191-? None
1973 BC-1457/20 Taken on Big Rock opposite Keecheluo Inn, Lake Keecheluo. 1919 None
1974 BC-1457/21 View of Winnipeg, showing St. John's College. 191-? None
1975 BC-1457/22 Two children on horseback. 191-? None
1976 BC-1457/23 Portrait of two children. 191-? None
1977 BC-1457/24 Ethel. 19--? None
1978 BC-1457/25 Mother and two children posed in front of house. 191-? None
1979 BC-1457/26 Portrait of family in a car. 191-? None
1980 BC-1457/27 Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 191-? None
1981 BC-1457/30 View of unidentified town 18--? None
1982 BC-1459/1 View of Astronomer's Rock, Resolution Cove, Nootka Sound. 1978 None
1983 BC-1459/2 Top of Astronomer's Rock, Resolution Cove, Nootka Sound. 1978 None
1984 BC-1459/3 Closer view of Astronomer's Rock, Resolution Cove, Nootka Sound. 1978 None
1985 BC-1459/4 Marvina's Bay ; 1979. 1978 None
1986 BC-1459/5 Detail from chart no. 3664 of Nootka Sound 1978 None
1987 BC-1469 Stanley Park. 194-? None
1988 BC-1472 Gravestone of Sir Joseph William Trutch. 1978. None
1989 BC-1473/1 Possibly Hall of Learning, UBC. ca. 1920 None
1990 BC-1473/1 Builders measuring wood. ca. 1920 None
1991 BC-1473/3 Men building with wood. ca. 1920 None
1992 BC-1473/4 Possibly interior of boarding house, UBC. ca. 1920 None
1993 BC-1473/5 Stanley Park. ca. 1920 None
1994 BC-1473/6 Stanley Park. ca. 1920 None
1995 BC-1473/7 U.B.C. ca. 1920 None
1996 BC-1473/8 View taken from the North Shore, 1920. ca. 1920 None
1997 BC-1473/9 3rd Beach, 1920. ca. 1920 None
1998 BC-1473/10 Stanley Park. 1919 None
1999 BC-1473/11 The U.B.C. 1919 None
2000 BC-1473/12 Possibly a bridge. ca. 1920 None
2001 BC-1473/13 Possibly a bridge. ca. 1920 None
2002 BC-1473/14 Third Beach. 1919 None
2003 BC-1473/15 Stanley Park. 1920 None
2004 BC-1473/16 A quiet retreat - Stanley Park. 1919 None
2005 BC-1473/17 Unidentified house. ca. 1920 None
2006 BC-1473/18 View of treetops with camera facing the sky. ca. 1920 None
2007 BC-1473/19 Possibly a garden or a park. ca. 1920 None
2008 BC-1473/20 UBC building under construction. ca. 1920 None
2009 BC-1473/21 Seven Sisters, Stanley park. 1920 None
2010 BC-1474/1 The first general meeting of the Canadian Japanese Student Association. Sept 7, 1919. 1919 None
2011 BC-1474/2 First Graduation Banquet of Japanese Students Club of U.B.C. May 2nd 1933 at Fuji Chop Suey. 1933 None
2012 BC-1474/3 Second annual graduation banquet of Japanese Students Club of University of B.C. May 3 1934 at Fuji Chop Suey. 1934 None
2013 BC-1474/4 Third annual graduation banquet, Japanese Students Club of University of British Columbia held at Fuji Chop Suey on May 1st 1935. 1935 None
2014 BC-1474/5 5th annual graduation banquet of Japanese Students Club of U.B.C held on May 1937, Fuji Chop Suey. 1937 None
2015 BC-1474/6 Sixth annual graduation banquet of Japanese Students Club of U.B.C. held at Fuji Chop Suey, April 30 1938. 1938 None
2016 BC-1474/7 Seventh annual graduation banquet of J.S.C. of U.B.C. at David Spencer Dining Room. April 29 1939. 1939 None
2017 BC-1474/8 Eighth annual graduation banquet of J.S.C. April 27 1940. 1940 None
2018 BC-1474/9 Japanese Settlement East Lillooet. 1943? None
2019 BC-1474/10 Picture of Japanese evacuees of East Lillooet settlement taken on March 3rd 1943. 1943 None
2020 BC-1474/11 Picture of Japanese evacuees of East Lillooet settlement taken on March 3rd 1943. 1943 None
2021 BC-1475/1 Totem pole, Masset, B.C.? ca. 1975 None
2022 BC-1475/2 Close-up detail of totem pole, Masset, B.C.? ca. 1975 None
2023 BC-1475/3 Totem pole, Masset, B.C.? ca. 1975 None
2024 BC-1476 Sointula photo. 1903. None
2025 BC-1496 Seven leading British Columbia lumbermen. 1939. None
2026 BC-1497 Unidentified sawmill operation on a river. n.d. None
2027 BC-1505 Catside Vernon Camp, 300 days accident free, that's the way we run this place, Englewood, B.C. n.d. None
2028 BC-1509/2 Y.W.C.A. gymnasium in Vancouver. n.d. None
2029 BC-1509/3 Annual mtg. Y.W.C.A. coronation rm. 1954. 1954 None
2030 BC-1509/4 Y.W.C.A. dance. 195? None
2031 BC-1509/5 Y.W.C.A. Clubhouse day morning interest group - a paper relay. ca. 1950? None
2032 BC-1509/6 People posed on balcony and staircase. ca. 1950? None
2033 BC-1509/7 School children at story time. ca. 1950? None
2034 BC-1509/8 Unidentified group of skiers. ca. 1950? None
2035 BC-1509/9 Unidentified cyclists at 1200 ft summit. ca. 1950? None
2036 BC-1515 Samson V, October 1980, South arm of Fraser R. in Steveston. 1980 None
2037 BC-1516 Fairbridge Farm, Duncan, B.C. 1938. None
2038 BC-1528/1 Vancouver (ship). 1930 None
2039 BC-1528/3 Men unloading ship on dock. 1930 None
2040 BC-1528/4 S/S Chief Capilano which sailed recently with a record load of 14531 1/2 tons of wheat. 1930 None
2041 BC-1528/5 Men unloading cargo from ship. 1930 None
2042 BC-1528/6 Men unloading cargo from ship. 1930 None
2043 BC-1528/7 Harbour scene, Vancouver, B.C. 1930 None
2044 BC-1528/8 Harbour scene, Vancouver, B.C. 1930 None
2045 BC-1528/9 Cargo being unloaded from ship. 1930 None
2046 BC-1528/10 Stevedores moving cargo with hand trucks. 1930 None
2047 BC-1528/11 Hiye Maru (ship). 1930 None
2048 BC-1528/12 Stevedores moving cargo with hand trucks. 1930 None
2049 BC-1528/13 Harbour scene, Vancouver, B.C. 1930 None
2050 BC-1528/14 Stevedores moving cargo with hand trucks. 1930 None
2051 BC-1528/15 Vancouver B.C. harbor scene taken from the air. ca. 1930? None
2052 BC-1529/2 Grain elevator, Vancouver, B.C. 1930 None
2053 BC-1531 Hell's Gate, Fraser River, B.C. n.d. None
2054 BC-1531/1 German Greenland Expedition. 1930-1931 None
2055 BC-1531/2 German Greenland Expedition. 1930-1931 None
2056 BC-1531/3 German Greenland Expedition. 1930-1931 None
2057 BC-1531/4 German Greenland Expedition. 1930-1931 None
2058 BC-1531/5 German Greenland Expedition. 1930-1931 None
2059 BC-1531/6 German Greenland Expedition. 1930-1931 None
2060 BC-1531/7 German Greenland Expedition. 1930-1931 None
2061 BC-1531/8 German Greenland Expedition. 1930-1931 None
2062 BC-1531/9 Group portrait, indoors. ca. 1930 None
2063 BC-1533 C.A. Harrison, owner of the Driard Hotel, Victoria, B.C. 1900. None
2064 BC-1534 Fourteenth Annual A.Y.P.A. Provincial Conference, Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria, B.C. 1944 None
2065 BC-1535 Seventeenth Annual Conference. 1947 None
2066 BC-1536 Government Street, Victoria, B.C. n.d. None
2067 BC-1537 Snowplow at McBridge Station, B.C. 1917 None
2068 BC-1538 Head of Porter-Idaho tram, Stewart, B.C. 1933. None
2069 BC-1539 Pioneer Gold Mines tramway and mill. Before 1950 None
2070 BC-1540 Prince Rupert Yacht Club. ca 1950? None
2071 BC-1541/2 White Rock, B.C. ca. 1930? None
2072 BC-1541/3 White Rock, B.C. ca. 1930? None
2073 BC-1542 Bella Coola, B.C. n.d. None
2074 BC-1543/1 Sechelt, B.C. 1905 None
2075 BC-1543/2 Sechelt, B.C. 1905 None
2076 BC-1543/3 Sechelt, B.C. 1905 None
2077 BC-1543/4 Sechelt, B.C. 1905 None
2078 BC-1543/6 Sechelt, B.C. 1905 None
2079 BC-1544/1 South Fort George, Prince George, B.C. 1913 None
2080 BC-1544/3 South Fort George, Prince George, B.C. 1913 None
2081 BC-1544/4 South Fort George, Prince George, B.C. 1913 None
2082 BC-1545/1 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2083 BC-1545/2 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2084 BC-1545/3 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2085 BC-1545/4 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2086 BC-1545/5 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2087 BC-1545/6 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2088 BC-1545/7 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2089 BC-1545/8 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2090 BC-1545/9 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2091 BC-1545/11 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2092 BC-1545/11 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2093 BC-1545/12 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, power house fire, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2094 BC-1545/13 Eagle Lake Saw Mills, Giscome, B.C. Before 1950? None
2095 BC-1546 Man mending fishing nets,Steveston, B.C. n.d. None
2096 BC-1547 Japanese salted salmon, Steveston, B.C. n.d. None
2097 BC-1548 Maple tree, English camp, San Juan Islands. 186-? None
2098 BC-1549 Passage on Galiano Island Before 1950 None
2099 BC-1550 New outlook on Mt. Royal, Montreal, Quebec. 19-? None
2100 BC-1552 Nanaimo River Bridge, Nanaimo, B.C. 1905. None
2101 BC-1553/1 Crown and Turquqis Lakes. Pavilion, B.C. 194-? None
2102 BC-1553/2 Pavilion, B.C. 194-? None
2103 BC-1553/3 Marble Canyon, Sky Blue Water, Pavilion, B.C. 194-? None
2104 BC-1554/1 An Alaska dog team. 19-? None
2105 BC-1554/2 An Alaskan husky. 19-? None
2106 BC-1554/3 Alaska's Northern Lights. 19-? None
2107 BC-1554/4 Sitka, Alaska, with Mt. Edeumbe? in background. 19-? None
2108 BC-1554/5 Juneau, Alaska. 19-? None
2109 BC-1554/6 Seward, Alaska. 19-? None
2110 BC-1556/1 Winnipeg, Man. n.d. None
2111 BC-1556/2 Winnipeg, Man. n.d. None
2112 BC-1557 Fraser Bridge at New Westminster, B.C. 1923 None
2113 BC-1558/1 Great fire, New Westminster, B.C. 1898 None
2114 BC-1558/2 Great fire, New Westminster, B.C. 1898 None
2115 BC-1559/1 Fairground, New Westminster, B.C. 1904. None
2116 BC-1559/2 Fairground, New Westminster, B.C. 1904. None
2117 BC-1559/3 New Westminster, B.C. 1904. None
2118 BC-1559/4 New Westminster, B.C. 1904. None
2119 BC-1560/1 Opening New Westminster Iron Bridge. ca. 1905 None
2120 BC-1560/2 New Westminster. ca. 1905 None
2121 BC-1560/3 New Westminster. ca. 1905 None
2122 BC-1561/1 Wallaceburg, Ont. 18-? None
2123 BC-1561/2 Wallaceburg, Ont. 18-? None
2124 BC-1561/3 View of the ice jam at wallaceburg January 24th 1874. 1874 None
2125 BC-1561/4 Wallaceburg. 188-? None
2126 BC-1561/5 The Sydenham (1890) running through Wallaceburg. 1890 None
2127 BC-1561/6 Part of Wallaceburg's business section in the 1890's. ca. 1890 None
2128 BC-1561/7 Wallaceburg's main street (James Street) before the turn of the century. 18-? None
2129 BC-1561/8 Wallaceburg log jam. 18-? None
2130 BC-1562/1 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2131 BC-1562/2 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2132 BC-1562/3 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2133 BC-1562/4 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2134 BC-1562/5 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2135 BC-1562/6 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2136 BC-1562/7 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2137 BC-1562/8 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2138 BC-1562/9 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2139 BC-1562/10 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2140 BC-1562/11 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2141 BC-1562/12 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2142 BC-1562/13 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2143 BC-1562/14 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2144 BC-1562/15 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2145 BC-1562/16 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2146 BC-1562/17 Anaconda, Montana. before 1950 None
2147 BC-1562/18 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2148 BC-1562/19 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2149 BC-1562/20 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2150 BC-1562/21 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2151 BC-1562/22 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2152 BC-1562/23 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2153 BC-1562/24 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2154 BC-1562/25 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2155 BC-1562/26 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2156 BC-1562/27 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2157 BC-1562/28 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2158 BC-1562/29 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2159 BC-1562/30 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2160 BC-1562/31 Court House, Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2161 BC-1562/32 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2162 BC-1562/34 New works and old office upper works. Anaconda? n.d. None
2163 BC-1562/35 Anaconda, Montana.. n.d. None
2164 BC-1562/36 Anaconda, Montana.. n.d. None
2165 BC-1562/37 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2166 BC-1562/39 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2167 BC-1562/41 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2168 BC-1562/42 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2169 BC-1562/43 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2170 BC-1562/44 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2171 BC-1562/45 Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2172 BC-1562/46 C.E. Crook in "The Chimes of Normandy." Court Lady, Anaconda, Montana. n.d. None
2173 BC-1565 Unidentified group of workers in front of cook shack, Chase, B.C. n.d. None
2174 BC-1566 Britannia Beach Mines. 1907 None
2175 BC-1567 Hudson's Bay Co. flour mill, Fort Vermilion, Peace River, Alberta. before 1950 None
2176 BC-1568 Capilano Creek, North Vancouver, B.C. n.d. None
2177 BC-1569 Portrait of young man leaning against a pillar. Before 1950 None
2178 BC-1570 My dear mother, Fanny Woodhill. before 1950 None
2179 BC-1571/1-3 Sentance family, West Vancouver, B.C. 1928? None
2180 BC-1572/1 Saskatchewan lumbermill, Tisdale? Sask. n.d None
2181 BC-1572/2 Saskatchewan lumbermill, Tisdale? Sask. n.d None
2182 BC-1572/98 Woman standing in yard outside of house. Before 1940 None
2183 BC-1572/99 One woman and two men at seaside. ca. 1950? None
2184 BC-1573 Rift in the clouds, Atlin, B.C. n.d. None
2185 BC-1574 Vancouver, B.C. n.d. None
2186 BC-1575/1 Vancouver, B.C. 1936. None
2187 BC-1575/3 From Nelson and Thurlow, Vancouver. 1936. None
2188 BC-1576/1 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2189 BC-1576/2 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2190 BC-1576/3 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2191 BC-1576/4 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2192 BC-1576/5 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2193 BC-1576/6 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2194 BC-1576/7 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2195 BC-1576/8 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2196 BC-1576/9 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2197 BC-1576/10 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2198 BC-1576/11 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2199 BC-1576/12 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2200 BC-1576/13 Vancouver public library. n.d. None
2201 BC-1577 Vancouver Public Library, Kitsilano Branch. n.d. None
2202 BC-1578 Vancouver Natural History Society at Musqueam Indian Reserve. None
2203 BC-1579 Skate for sale, fish shop, 845 Granville Street. n.d. None
2204 BC-1580 M. Hardy, Vancouver, B.C. n.d None
2205 BC-1581/1 Second Narrows Bridge. 1930 None
2206 BC-1581/2 Second Narrows Bridge reconstruction. 1930 None
2207 BC-1581/3 Second Narrows Bridge reconstruction. 1934 None
2208 BC-1581/4 Second Narrows Bridge reconstruction. 1934 None
2209 BC-1582 North Vancouver. n.d. None
2210 BC-1583 Group portrait of graduates of St. Ann's Academy, Vancouver,B.C. 1908 None
2211 BC-1584 Mona Sentance, aged 15, West Vancouver, B.C. 1928. None
2212 BC-1585 Two women seated in an office, Vancouver, B.C. 1927 None
2213 BC-1586 Cologne Germany Xmas 1918. 1918. None
2214 BC-1587/1 Cummings, 3210 W. 2nd and 1383 Richards, Vancouver, B.C. n.d. None
2215 BC-1587/2 Cummings, 3210 W. 2nd and 1383 Richards, Vancouver, B.C. n.d. None
2216 BC-1587/3 Cummings, 3210 W. 2nd and 1383 Richards, Vancouver, B.C. n.d. None
2217 BC-1588/1 Forsts, Vancouver, B.C. n.d. None
2218 BC-1588/2 The Happier Old Age Club, Vancouver, B.C. n.d. None
2219 BC-1588/3 Vancouver. n.d. None
2220 BC-1588/4 Vancouver. n.d. None
2221 BC-1589/1 West Van, 1928. 1928 None
2222 BC-1589/2 West Van, 1928. 1928 None
2223 BC-1589/3 West Van, 1928. 1928 None
2224 BC-1590/1 English Bay, Vancouver. 19-? None
2225 BC-1590/2 English Bay, Vancouver. 19-? None
2226 BC-1590/3 Looking towards west Vanc. Siwash Rock on right center. 19-? None
2227 BC-1590/4 Point Grey from Stanley Park, Winter, 1905. 19-? None
2228 BC-1590/5 Horseshoe Bay, B.C. August 1933. 19-? None
2229 BC-1590/6 Vancouver ball park, corner Homer & Smythe, 1907. 19-? None
2230 BC-1590/7 North Vancouver, Indian Reservation? 19-? None
2231 BC-1590/8 Manufacturers' Realization Co. 19-? None
2232 BC-1590/9 Among the Big Ships. Vancouver, B.C. 19-? None
2233 BC-1590/10 Among the Big Ships. Vancouver, B.C. 19-? None
2234 BC-1591/1 Vancouver building, exterior. 19-? None
2235 BC-1591/2 Vancouver storefront after fire. 19-? None
2236 BC-1591/3 Phil Timms store?, Vancouver. 19-? None
2237 BC-1591/4 Interior of house. 19-? None
2238 BC-1591/5 Interior of house. 19-? None
2239 BC-1591/6 Interior of house, Vancouver. 19-? None
2240 BC-1592 Auto parade, Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. 1905. None
2241 BC-1593 Market, Main Street, Vancouver, B.C. 19-? None
2242 BC-1594/1 Scene at docks, Vancouver, B.C. 1927. None
2243 BC-1594/2 Scene at docks, Vancouver, B.C. 1927. None
2244 BC-1594/3 Bales of silk in freight shed at Vancouver ready for loading on Canadian National train. 1927. None
2245 BC-1594/4 Scenes at docks, Vancouver, B.C. 1927. None
2246 BC-1595/1 90th birthday celebration of W.H. Malkin, Vancouver, B.C. 1958. None
2247 BC-1595/2 Round table photograph of 90th birthday celebration of W.H. Malkin, Vancouver, B.C. 1958. None
2248 BC-1595/3 90th birthday celebration of W.H. Malkin, Vancouver, B.C. 1958. None
2249 BC-1595/5 90th birthday celebration of W.H. Malkin, Vancouver, B.C. 1958. None
2250 BC-1595/6 Photograph of 90th birthday celebration of W.H. Malkin, Vancouver, B.C. 1958. None
2251 BC-1595/7 Photograph of 90th birthday celebration of W.H. Malkin, Vancouver, B.C. 1958. None
2252 BC-1598/1 Kelowna from Knox mt. B.C. 19-? None
2253 BC-1598/1-10 Okanagan Valley, Kelowna, B.C. 19-? None
2254 BC-1598/2 Bernard ave. Kelowna B.C. 19-? None
2255 BC-1598/3 Okanagan Lake B.C. 19-? None
2256 BC-1598/4 Kelowna from Bushery [sic] Mt. 19-? None
2257 BC-1598/5 Bernard ave. Kelowna B.C. 19-? None
2258 BC-1598/6 Vineyard, Kelowna B.C. 19-? None
2259 BC-1598/7 Glenmore, near Kelowna B.C. 19-? None
2260 BC-1598/8 Kelowna park prominade. 19-? None
2261 BC-1598/9 Long Lake near Kelowna B.C. 19-? None
2262 BC-1598/10 Pendozi (ferry), Kelowna, B.C. 19-? None
2263 BC-1599/1 Royal visit, Vancouver, B.C. 1939. None
2264 BC-1599/2 Vancouver royal visit 1939. 1939. None
2265 BC-1599/3 Vancouver royal visit 1939. 1939. None
2266 BC-1600/1 Dominion Day Parade, Georgia & Burrard. 19-? None
2267 BC-1600/2 Duke of Connaught Own Rifles & Sailors at Cambie st. grounds. 1904 None
2268 BC-1600/3 Circus parade, Vancouver 1904, corner of Georgia and Homer. 1904 None
2269 BC-1600/4 Vancouver 1906. 1906 None
2270 BC-1600/5 Coronation Day, Vancouver B.C. 1911 None
2271 BC-1600/6 Labor Day in Vancouver B.C. 19-? None
2272 BC-1600/7 May Day 1936, Beatty st. Armoury, Vancouver. 19-? None
2273 BC-1600/8 May Day 1936, Beatty st. Armoury, Vancouver. 19-? None
2274 BC-1600/9 Great Historical Pageant of Vancouver. 1936 None
2275 BC-1600/10 Georgia & Burrard, Vancouver. 1936 None
2276 BC-1600/11 Burrard & Georgia on left is demolished Glencoe Lodge. 19-? None
2277 BC-1600/12 Burrard & Georgia 1936. On left is demolished Glencoe Lodge. 1936 None
2278 BC-1601/1 Prince Fushimi Japanese prince visiting Vancouver. Old CPR station, June 22. 1907. 1907 None
2279 BC-1601/2 Japanese Prince on visit to Vancouver. 1907 None
2280 BC-1601/3 Japanese prince visiting Vancouver. 1907 None
2281 BC-1602 Raising the flagpole in front of Vancouver courthouse. 19-? None
2282 BC-1603/1 Cambie & Hastings, Vancouver 19-? None
2283 BC-1603/3 Hastings & Cambie. 19-? None
2284 BC-1612 Three British army officers serving in the Bower War. ca. 1900 None
2285 BC-1619 City view from False Creek. 1982 None
2286 BC-1627 Photograph of painting of Fort Langley, by James M. Alden. ca. 1970? None
2287 BC-1630 Jan Busell and Ann Hogarth in performance. 1965. None
2288 BC-1636/5 Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2289 BC-1637/1 Alexandra Bridge at Spuzzum B.C. 192- None
2290 BC-1637/2 Hell's Gate, Fraser River. 192- None
2291 BC-1637/3 Fraser River near Jackass Mountain. 192- None
2292 BC-1637/4 Kamloops, B.C. 192- None
2293 BC-1637/5 Spences Bridge B.C. 192- None
2294 BC-1637/6 C.N and C.P.R bridges, Fraser River near Lytton, B.C. 192- None
2295 BC-1637/7 Fraser Canyon near Boston Bar, B.C. 192- None
2296 BC-1637/8 Fraser Canyon near Spuzzum, B.C. 192- None
2297 BC-1637/9 Yale, B.C. 192- None
2298 BC-1637/10 Ashcroft, B.C. 192- None
2299 BC-1638/1 The Residence, Butchart's [sic] Gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2300 BC-1638/2 Butchart's sunken gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2301 BC-1638/3 Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2302 BC-1638/4 butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2303 BC-1638/6 Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2304 BC-1638/7 Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2305 BC-1638/8 Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2306 BC-1638/9 Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2307 BC-1638/10 Butchart's Gardens, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 194-? None
2308 BC-1639 St. Paul's, Broughton Street, Vancouver. 192- None
2309 BC-1640 St. Andrews, Georgia and Richards, Vancouver. 192-? None
2310 BC-1641 Holy Rosary Cathedral, Vancouver, B.C. 1920? None
2311 BC-1642 First Presbyterian Church, Hastings and Gore Streets, Vancouver B.C. 1920 None
2312 BC-1643/1 Hamilton & Dunsmuir st. Originally first Baptist church. 193-? None
2313 BC-1643/2 Hamilton & Dunsmuir st. Originally first Baptist church. 193-? None
2314 BC-1643/3 Hamilton & Dunsmuir st. Originally first Baptist church. 193-? None
2315 BC-1644 Mount Pleasant Methodist Church, Westminster and Ninth Ave., Vancouver B.C. 192-? None
2316 BC-1645 Wesley United Church, Vancouver, B.C. 1929 None
2317 BC-1646 Wesley United, Georgia and Burrard. 1928 None
2318 BC-1647 Site of new Hotel Vancouver, corner Georgia and Burrard, showing Wesley United Church. 1932 None
2319 BC-1648 Interior of Christ Church Cathedral. 19-? None
2320 BC-1649 Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, B.C. 1960 None
2321 BC-1650 First Congregational Church, harvest festival, Georgia and Richards, Vancouver. 1904 None
2322 BC-1651 St. James, Vancouver. Opening day. 1937 None
2323 BC-1652 Sandstone on the site of new St. James, during building. 1936 None
2324 BC-1653 St. James Church under construction, Vancouver, B.C. 1936 None
2325 BC-1654 St. James Church, under construction, Vancouver B.C. 1936 None
2326 BC-1655 St. James Church, Vancouver. 1936 None
2327 BC-1656 Site of St. James Church, Vancouver 1935. 1935 None
2328 BC-1657 St. Michael's Church, 12th Ave. and Kingsway. 1899 None
2329 BC-1658 St. Michael's Anglican Church choir. 1899 None
2330 BC-1659 St. James, Cordova and Gore, Vancouver. 1935 None
2331 BC-1660 St. James, Cordova and Gore, Vancouver. 1935 None
2332 BC-1661 St. James, Cordova and Gore, Vancouver. 1935 None
2333 BC-1662 St. James, Cordova and Gore, Vancouver. 1935 None
2334 BC-1663 St. James, Cordova and Gore, Vancouver. 1935 None
2335 BC-1664 Baptismal font hewn from boulder found on the grounds, St. James Church, Cordova and Gore. 1935 None
2336 BC-1665 St. James Church, Cordova and Gore. 1935 None
2337 BC-1666 St. Andrew's Wesley Church, Burrard and Nelson, Vancouver B.C. 1935 None
2338 BC-1667 St. Andrew [sic] Wesley Church, Nelson and Burrard, Vancouver, B.C. 1935 None
2339 BC-1668 Burrard and Nelson, St. Andrew's Wesley and First Baptist Churches. 1935 None
2340 BC-1669 Vancouver, B.C. ... St. Andrew's, Georgia and Richards. 1937 None
2341 BC-1670 Vancouver ... St. Andrew's, Georgia and Richards. 1937. None
2342 BC-1671 St. Andrew's Georgia and Richards. 1937. None
2343 BC-1672 Opening day service, St. John's, Broughton Street, Vancouver. 1925 None
2344 BC-1673 Church, Vancouver, B.C. 1925 None
2345 BC-1674 Beaconsfield United Church, Vancouver, B.C. 192- None
2346 BC-1675 Chalmers Presbyterian Church. 192- None
2347 BC-1676 Chown United Church (Mount Pleasant Methodist Church) Ontario st, Vancouver.. 1930 None
2348 BC-1677 First Baptist Church, Hamilton and Dunsmuir, Vancouver. 192- None
2349 BC-1678 Burrard and Nelson, First Baptist Church and YMCA. 1938 None
2350 BC-1679 Chown United Church Vancouver, B.C. 193-? None
2351 BC-1680 St. Paul's Anglican Church, Pendrell and S. Jervis streets, Vancouver B.C. 19- None
2352 BC-1680 St. Paul's Anglican Church, Pendrell and S. Jervis streets, Vancouver B.C. 193-? None
2353 BC-1681 St. Paul [sic], Anglican Church, Pendrell & Jervis, Vancouver. 19- None
2354 BC-1682 Advertisement for Benson Bros. Shipyard. ca. 1946 None
2355 BC-1683 Coal Harbour. ca. 1945 None
2356 BC-1684 Coal Harbour. ca. 1945 None
2357 BC-1685 Coal Harbour. ca. 1945 None
2358 BC-1690 James Munro, Reach, Ontario. ca. 1890 None
2359 BC-1691/7 Vancouver? 19-? None
2360 BC-1692 Hastings Mill Store Museum, Vancouver. 197-? None
2361 BC-1694 The other side of the tracks, 2nd and Fir. 1952. None
2362 BC-1696/2 Lakewood Dr. & William St, Vancouver. ca. 1900-ca. 1920 None
2363 BC-1696/3 Thurlow St. Looking to Wesley United Church corner Georgia & Burrard. ca. 1900-ca. 1920 None
2364 BC-1696/4 Homer St. ca. 1900-ca. 1920 None
2365 BC-1696/5 Vancouver B.C. ca. 1900-ca. 1920 None
2366 BC-1696/6 Wedding, Pacific St. Vancouver 1905. 1905 None
2367 BC-1696/9 West End, Vancouver. 19-? None
2368 BC-1696/10 Pacific St. 1906, Vancouver West End. 1906 None
2369 BC-1697/1 Stone monument or gate? n.d. None
2370 BC-1697/2 Organ. n.d. None
2371 BC-1697/3 Ruins, Ireland. n.d. None
2372 BC-1697/4 Fortress?, Ireland. n.d. None
2373 BC-1697/5 Gravestone and ruins, Ireland. n.d. None
2374 BC-1698 B.C. sugar refinery, Vancouver, B.C. 192- None
2375 BC-1698/1 B.C. sugar refinery, Vancouver. 192- None
2376 BC-1699/1 Royal Bank of Canada building, Vancouver, B.C. 1930 None
2377 BC-1699/3 Royal Bank of Canada building, Vancouver, B.C. 1930 None
2378 BC-1699/4 Royal Bank of Canada building, Vancouver, B.C. 1930 None
2379 BC-1700 Vancouver General Hospital showing Laurel Pavilion. 1962. None
2380 BC-1701 Exhibition building (P.N.E), erected 1909, demolished 1938. 19- None
2381 BC-1702 Commercial Drive, Vancouver B.C. 1922. None
2382 BC-1702/1 Commercial Drive, Vancouver B.C. 1922. None
2383 BC-1702/3 Commercial Drive, Vancouver B.C. 1922. None
2384 BC-1702/3 Commercial Drive, Vancouver B.C. 1922. None
2385 BC-1702/4 Commercial Drive, Vancouver B.C. 1922. None
2386 BC-1702/5 Commercial Drive, Vancouver B.C. 1922. None
2387 BC-1702/6 Commercial Drive, Vancouver B.C. 1922. None
2388 BC-1702/7 Commercial Drive, Vancouver B.C. 1922. None
2389 BC-1703/1 10th and Main, Vancouver, B.C. 1922. None
2390 BC-1703/2 10th and Main, Vancouver, B.C. 1922. None
2391 BC-1704/1 Hastings Mill Store Museum, Vancouver. 1920 None
2392 BC-1704/2 Hastings Mill Store Museum, Vancouver. 1920 None
2393 BC-1704/3 Hastings Mill Store Museum, Vancouver. 1920 None
2394 BC-1705 Peace Arch, White Rock, B.C. n.d. None
2395 BC-1706 Pacific Coast Lumber Co., Georgia and Cardero, Vancouver. ca. 1920 None
2396 BC-1707 Haunted alley Vancouver, B.C. n.d. None
2397 BC-1708 King Edward School, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1910 None
2398 BC-1709 Central School. 1906. None
2399 BC-1710/1 236 14th Ave E, Vancouver, B.C. 1920 None
2400 BC-1710/2 Timms Print Shop, Vancouver. 1920 None
2401 BC-1710/3 Granville storefronts. ca. 1920 None
2402 BC-1710/4 Typesetting - Composing. 1920 None
2403 BC-1711 Granville and Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C. 1906 None
2404 BC-1712 Easter 1905, Hastings & Richards. 1905. None
2405 BC-1713 Funeral procession, Hastings and Homer Streets, Vancouver, B.C. 1906. None
2406 BC-1714 Granville and Pender St. Vancouver, B.C. 1906. None
2407 BC-1715/1 City museum, art gallery and library, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1906 None
2408 BC-1715/2 City museum, art gallery and library, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1906 None
2409 BC-1716/1 8th Ave E & Quebec. 1906. None
2410 BC-1716/2 8th Ave E & Quebec. 1906. None
2411 BC-1717 David Spencer Ltd. 1936. None
2412 BC-1718 Prov. Elections 1933. 1933. None
2413 BC-1719 Burrard and Alberni St. 1939. None
2414 BC-1720 Seymour and Pender. 1931. None
2415 BC-1721 Wholesale outlet of Buscombe, 33-35 W. Hastings. 191- None
2416 BC-1722 O'Brien Hall, Homer and Hastings. 192- None
2417 BC-1723 Building on North - East corner of Homer & Hastings. 192- None
2418 BC-1724/1 Clubb & Stewart Clothiers. 192- None
2419 BC-1724/2 Clubb & Stewart Clothiers. 192- None
2420 BC-1725 Hudson's Bay store, Georgia and Granville. 1906. None
2421 BC-1725/25 Columbia Valley south of Golden (Rocky Mountain Trench). After 1950. None
2422 BC-1726 Hastings and Granville, Vancouver. ca. 1906 None
2423 BC-1727 Water St. and Abbott. ca. 1906 None
2424 BC-1728 Fire, Pender, near park. 1936. None
2425 BC-1729 Pender and Granville, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1920 None
2426 BC-1730 636 Burrard St. East Side Between Georgia & Dunsmuir, Vancouver. 1923-? None
2427 BC-1731 Carrall & Hastings St, Vancouver. ca. 1906 None
2428 BC-1732 Main and Princess, Vancouver. ca. 1905 None
2429 BC-1733 M.W. Wiatt & Co., music store. 1906. None
2430 BC-1735 Hastings & Cambie, Flack Block erected 1899. ca. 1906 None
2431 BC-1736 Granville & Hastings, Vancouver. ca. 1906 None
2432 BC-1737 Hastings & Richards, Vancouver. ca. 1906 None
2433 BC-1738 Hastings below Cambie. ca. 1906 None
2434 BC-1740 Granville and Pender, Vancouver. ca. 1906 None
2435 BC-1741 Granville St., looking north from Georgia St. ca. 1905 None
2436 BC-1742 Hastings and Hamilton, Vancouver B.C. ca. 1906 None
2437 BC-1742/2 Red Raven : Taken at the cliff house, San Francisco, Ca. ca. 1905 None
2438 BC-1743 Alexander & Columbia St. Vancouver. ca. 1906 None
2439 BC-1744/1 Ghost of Walhachin roadside marker. After 1950. None
2440 BC-1744/2 Hillside with sagebrush and evidence of former fence. After 1950. None
2441 BC-1744/3 Landscape with small trees, sagebrush and other vegetation. After 1950. None
2442 BC-1744/4 Hillside and lake? After 1950. None
2443 BC-1744/5 Hillside and lake? After 1950. None
2444 BC-1744/5 Hillside and lake? After 1950. None
2445 BC-1744/7 Fur, Gold, and Cattle roadside sign and view of Kamloops. After 1950. None
2446 BC-1744/7 Fur, Gold, and Cattle roadside sign. After 1950. None
2447 BC-1744/8 View of Kamloops. After 1950. None
2448 BC-1744/9 Steamboat Saga. After 1950. None
2449 BC-1744/9 Kamloops country. After 1950. None
2450 BC-1744/10 View of river possibly near Kamloops. After 1950. None
2451 BC-1744/11 Probably view of Shuswap Lake, B.C. After 1950. None
2452 BC-1744/11a Invitation to Pleasure, Shuswap Lake map. After 1950. None
2453 BC-1744/12 Lake of the Shuswap road sign with lake in background. After 1950. None
2454 BC-1744/13 Probably view of Shuswap Lake, B.C. After 1950. None
2455 BC-1744/14 At Salmon Arm. After 1950. None
2456 BC-1744/15 Apple tree. After 1950. None
2457 BC-1744/16 View of Salmon Arm, B.C. After 1950. None
2458 BC-1744/17 Lake of the Shuswap road sign with lake in background. After 1950. None
2459 BC-1744/18 Three Valley Lake. After 1950. None
2460 BC-1744/19 Near Sicamous. After 1950. None
2461 BC-1744/20 Columbia River. After 1950. None
2462 BC-1744/21 Boat encampment monument plaque. After 1950. None
2463 BC-1744/22 Columbia at boat encampment. 1/2 way on Big Bend Highway. After 1950. None
2464 BC-1744/23 Columbia at boat encampment. 1/2 way from Golden to Revelstoke. After 1950. None
2465 BC-1744/24 Columbia at Golden. After 1950. None
2466 BC-1744/25 South of Golden. After 1950. None
2467 BC-1744/26 Near Golden. After 1950. None
2468 BC-1744/27 South of Golden. After 1950. None
2469 BC-1744/28 Failed orchard south of Golden. After 1950. None
2470 BC-1744/29 Ranch near Golden, B.C. After 1950. None
2471 BC-1744/30 Path going through field, probably near Golden, B.C. After 1950. None
2472 BC-1744/31 Highway and scenery. After 1950. None
2473 BC-1744/32 Lake Windermere. After 1950. None
2474 BC-1744/33 Lake Windermere from west side. After 1950. None
2475 BC-1744/34 Columbia Lake sign with view of lake. After 1950. None
2476 BC-1744/35 Baillie-Grohman Canal. After 1950. None
2477 BC-1744/36 Fort Steele monument plaque. After 1950. None
2478 BC-1744/37 Ft. Steele. After 1950. None
2479 BC-1744/38 Kootenay River. After 1950. None
2480 BC-1744/39 Crowsnest Mountain from highway near Coleman. After 1950. None
2481 BC-1744/40 Frank Slide historical sign. After 1950. None
2482 BC-1744/41 Frank Slide. After 1950. None
2483 BC-1744/42 Frank Slide. After 1950. None
2484 BC-1744/43 Frank Slide. After 1950. None
2485 BC-1744/45 Frank Slide. After 1950. None
2486 BC-1744/45 Ft. Macleod. After 1950. None
2487 BC-1744/48 Cache Creek. After 1950. None
2488 BC-1744/49 Big Bar Lake near Clinton. After 1950. None
2489 BC-1744/50 Thompson River below Spences Bridge. After 1950. None
2490 BC-1744/51 Church at Lytton, B.C. After 1950. None
2491 BC-1744/52 Church at Lytton, B.C. After 1950. None
2492 BC-1744/53 Old church near Lytton. After 1950. None
2493 BC-1744/54 Interior of church in Lytton B.C. After 1950. None
2494 BC-1744/55 Fraser River old bridge. After 1950. None
2495 BC-1744/56 Fraser Valley. After 1950. None
2496 BC-1744/57 Fraser from near Hope. After 1950. None
2497 BC-1744/58 Four people on a beach. After 1950. None
2498 BC-1744/60 Beach on possibly the Fraser River. After 1950. None
2499 BC-1744/61 Big Bar Lake. After 1950. None
2500 BC-1744/62 Woman in cemetary in Lytton, B.C. After 1950. None
2501 BC-1744/63 Bridge possibly crossing Fraser River. After 1950. None
2502 BC-1744/64 Monument in commemoration of the work of Her Majesty's Royal Engineers. After 1950. None
2503 BC-1744/65 Fraser's River road sign with view of river. After 1950. None
2504 BC-1744/66 Historic Yale road sign with view of town. After 1950. None
2505 BC-1744/67 Hell's Gate, Fraser Canyon After 1950. None
2506 BC-1744/68 Spanish Banks, Vancouver. After 1950. None
2507 BC-1744/69 Bouquet of flowers. after 1950 None
2508 BC-1744/70 Rural scenery. after 1950 None
2509 BC-1744/71 Painting on easel. after 1950 None
2510 BC-1744/72 Painting of man throwing pottery. after 1950 None
2511 BC-1744/74 Landscape painting. after 1950 None
2512 BC-1744/75 Landscape painting. after 1950 None
2513 BC-1744/76 Car in the snow. After 1950. None
2514 BC-1744/77 Car in the snow. After 1950. None
2515 BC-1744/78 Landscape, probably B.C. After 1950. None
2516 BC-1744/79 Landscape, probably B.C. After 1950. None
2517 BC-1744/80 Family wading in a river. After 1950. None
2518 BC-1744/81 Open landcape with small farm. After 1950. None
2519 BC-1745/1 Loading the sacks by aid of tables. 1923. None
2520 BC-1745/2 Taking away tables after loading 1000 lbs of flour on backof [sic]. 1923. None
2521 BC-1745/3 Sandy Wood with 1000 lbs of flour on his back at Nelson House Mission, Man. 1923. None
2522 BC-1746/1 A stick of timber at the University, Seattle. ca. 1906 None
2523 BC-1746/2 Man in front of hotel, Seattle, Washinton. ca. 1906 None
2524 BC-1747/1 Cliff House, San Francisco, Calif. ca. 1905 None
2525 BC-1747/3 Sutro Heights, San Francisco, Calif. ca. 1905 None
2526 BC-1748/1 Four women dressed in miners clothes, posed on mine cart. ca. 1906 None
2527 BC-1748/1 Dog, Water pump, and Family with water pump. ca. 1906 None
2528 BC-1748/2 Dog, and Cave. ca. 1906 None
2529 BC-1748/3 Family on porch, Dog with pipe and Horsedrawn carriage. ca. 1906 None
2530 BC-1748/4 Woman in hat, Two women, Lake?, Country road. ca. 1906 None
2531 BC-1748/5 Two people on horseback, Lake?, Street scene. ca. 1906 None
2532 BC-1748/6 Women on doorsteps with cat, and Cat on porch. ca. 1906 None
2533 BC-1748/7 Three photographs of a fluffy cat. ca. 1906 None
2534 BC-1748/8 Boating on Bow River, Exshaw, Alta, S.F.B. ca. 1906 None
2535 BC-1748/9 Boating on Bow River, Exshaw, Alta, S.F.B. ca. 1906 None
2536 BC-1748/20 Wild Acres. ca. 1906 None
2537 BC-1749/1 Three women posed in front of house. 19-? None
2538 BC-1749/2 Three men sitting in a car. 19-? None
2539 BC-1749/3 Workers standing with machinery. 19-? None
2540 BC-1749/4 Birdseye view of unknown town. 19-? None
2541 BC-1749/5 The Entente. 19-? None
2542 BC-1749/6 Man and woman posing outside of house. 19-? None
2543 BC-1749/7 Baby in carriage. 1928 None
2544 BC-1750 Group of Fijians? 190-? None
2545 BC-1750/1 Fijian children? 190-? None
2546 BC-1750/2 Young Fijians? 190-? None
2547 BC-1750/3 Two Fijians on river bank? 190-? None
2548 BC-1750/4 Fijian man? and European woman. 190-? None
2549 BC-1750/5 Fijian man? 190-? None
2550 BC-1750/6 Fijian men? 190-? None
2551 BC-1750/7 New Zealand beach. 190-? None
2552 BC-1750/8 Five Fijian? boys. 190-? None
2553 BC-1750/9 Woman sitting next to wooden structure. 190-? None
2554 BC-1750/10 Young Maoris with animal. 190-? None
2555 BC-1750/11 Guide Beatrice, cooking. 190-? None
2556 BC-1750/12 Chief & Chief's daughter at Whaka. 190-? None
2557 BC-1750/13 Chief & Chief's daughter at Whaka. 190-? None
2558 BC-1750/14 Maori children. 190-? None
2559 BC-1750/15 New Zealand landscape. 190-? None
2560 BC-1750/16 Two men. 190-? None
2561 BC-1750/17 Two Maoris. 190-? None
2562 BC-1750/18 Girl with young child in front of tree. 190-? None
2563 BC-1750/19 Two men on the beach. 190-? None
2564 BC-1750/21 Fijian? woman with children. 190-? None
2565 BC-1750/22 ...Van Steenwyk at Colo-i-Suva. 190-? None
2566 BC-1750/23 Maori? man wearing garment covered with peacock feathers. 190-? None
2567 BC-1750/24 Maori? woman. 190-? None
2568 BC-1750/25 Maori women with potatoes. 190-? None
2569 BC-1750/26 Look out & lighting trenches in Model Pah at Whaka. 190-? None
2570 BC-1750/27 Cook house... Model Pah at Whaka. 190-? None
2571 BC-1750/28 View of harbour from Grand Hotel Balcony, Auckland. 190-? None
2572 BC-1750/29 Village huts. 190-? None
2573 BC-1750/30 Ocean landscape. 190-? None
2574 BC-1750/31 New Zealand? landscape. 190-? None
2575 BC-1750/32 New Zealand landscape. 190-? None
2576 BC-1750/33 New Zealand? huts. 190-? None
2577 BC-1750/35 New Zealand? twilight. 190-? None
2578 BC-1750/36 New Zealand? beach at low tide. 190-? None
2579 BC-1750/38 Maori village? 190-? None
2580 BC-1750/39 Group of Maori children at Ohinemutu. 190-? None
2581 BC-1750/40 New Zealand landscape with sheep. 190-? None
2582 BC-1750/41 New Zealand? ocean view. 190-? None
2583 BC-1750/42 Figures seated near thermal spring?, New Zealand. 190-? None
2584 BC-1750/43 New Zealand? landscape. 190-? None
2585 BC-1750/44 New Zealand? landscape. 190-? None
2586 BC-1750/45 New Zealand? landscape. 190-? None
2587 BC-1750/46 Beatrice in archway at Model Pah - Whaka. 190-? None
2588 BC-1750/47 Stone building and garden, New Zealand? 190-? None
2589 BC-1750/48 Ruins of stone building, New Zealand? 190-? None
2590 BC-1750/49 Maori village, New Zealand. 190-? None
2591 BC-1750/50 Country house, New Zealand? 190-? None
2592 BC-1750/51 River, New Zealand? 190-? None
2593 BC-1750/52 Lake Rotorua & Mokoia Island from wharf. 190-? None
2594 BC-1750/53 Archway at Model Pah - Whaka. 190-? None
2595 BC-1750/54 Beatrice in arch at Whaka. 190-? None
2596 BC-1750/55 Pohutu & Prince of Wales Geysers at Whaka. 190-? None
2597 BC-1750/56 Hot springs near Rotorua?, New Zealand. 190-? None
2598 BC-1750/57 Figures seated near thermal spring?, New Zealand. 190-? None
2599 BC-1750/58 Maori children posing next to house. 190-? None
2600 BC-1750/60 Fijian? children posing next to hut. 190-? None
2601 BC-1750/61 Fijian? children posing next to hut. 190-? None
2602 BC-1750/62 ...Van Steenwyk at Colo-i-Suva, Fiji. 190-? None
2603 BC-1750/63 Fijian? children. 190-? None
2604 BC-1750/64 A Sunday morning tub at Whaka. 190-? None
2605 BC-1751/1 View of waterfront. ca. 190-? None
2606 BC-1751/2 View of waterfront. ca. 190-? None
2607 BC-1751/3 Police officers. ca. 190-? None
2608 BC-1751/4 Crowd of people sitting outdoors. ca. 190-? None
2609 BC-1751/5 Crowd of people sitting outdoors. ca. 190-? None
2610 BC-1751/6 View from the shade. ca. 190-? None
2611 BC-1751/7 Group seated on grass. ca. 190-? None
2612 BC-1751/8 Possibly Fijian police. ca. 190-? None
2613 BC-1751/9 Possibly Fijian police. ca. 190-? None
2614 BC-1751/10 Possibly Fijian police. ca. 190-? None
2615 BC-1751/12 Crowd of people sitting outdoors. ca. 190-? None
2616 BC-1751/13 Outdoor ceremony. ca. 190-? None
2617 BC-1751/14 Possibly Fijian police. ca. 190-? None
2618 BC-1751/15 Possibly Fijian police officer. ca. 190-? None
2619 BC-1751/16 Possibly Fijian police officer standing with Mrs. Van Steenwyk. ca. 190-? None
2620 BC-1751/17 Possibly Fijian with grass skirt and spear. ca. 190-? None
2621 BC-1751/18 Possibly Fijian man on dock holding baskets filled with coral. ca. 190-? None
2622 BC-1751/19 Possibly Fijian man posing in front of tree. ca. 190-? None
2623 BC-1751/20 Two possibly Fijian men posing on dock. ca. 190-? None
2624 BC-1751/21 Possibly Fijian police officers standing in line. ca. 190-? None
2625 BC-1751/21a Country road with mountain and farm house. ca. 190-? None
2626 BC-1751/22 Possibly Fijian police officers standing at attention. ca. 190-? None
2627 BC-1751/23 Moving logs on barge? in inlet. ca. 190-? None
2628 BC-1752/1 Portrait of unidentified man. 19-? None
2629 BC-1752/2 Painting of smoking man. 19-? None
2630 BC-1752/3 Schoolhouse. ca. 19-? None
2631 BC-1752/4 Cadets standing at attention. ca. 19-? None
2632 BC-1752/5 Cadets posing for group photograph. ca. 19-? None
2633 BC-1752/6 Duck hunter posing on boat with game. ca. 19-? None
2634 BC-1752/7 Duck hunter posing on boat with game. ca. 19-? None
2635 BC-1752/8 Duck hunting party, posing with game. ca. 19-? None
2636 BC-1752/9 Ground breaking ceremony? ca. 19-? None
2637 BC-1752/10 Ground breaking ceremony? ca. 19-? None
2638 BC-1752/11 School children seated in classroom. ca. 19-? None
2639 BC-1752/12 Family posed with house. 19-? None
2640 BC-1752/13 Unidentified building. 19-? None
2641 BC-1752/14 Gazebo on top of hill. ca. 19-? None
2642 BC-1752/15 Canadian Bank of Commerce, and Bank of Nova Scotia storefronts. ca. 19-? None
2643 BC-1752/16 Unidentified man with car. 19-? None
2644 BC-1752/17 Rural house. ca. 19-? None
2645 BC-1752/18 Man posing with car. ca. 19-? None
2646 BC-1752/19 Large house? ca. 19-? None
2647 BC-1752/20 Man and woman posed in front of house. 19-? None
2648 BC-1752/21 Performance in amphitheatre. 19-? None
2649 BC-1752/23 Ceremony in amphitheatre. 19-? None
2650 BC-1752/24 Bridge under construction. 19-? None
2651 BC-1752/25 Men posed with Canadian Pacific rail car. ca. 19-? None
2652 BC-1752/26 Industrial site. 19-? None
2653 BC-1752/27 Logging operation. ca. 19-? None
2654 BC-1752/28 Logging operation at river? ca. 19-? None
2655 BC-1752/29 Crane in the snow. ca. 19-? None
2656 BC-1752/30 Industrial site. 19-? None
2657 BC-1752/31 Dirt road leading to mill? ca. 19-? None
2658 BC-1752/32 Double exposure of man in the snow. 19-? None
2659 BC-1752/33 Group portrait of eight men. 19-? None
2660 BC-1752/34 Car parked in garden. 1924 None
2661 BC-1752/35 The habitant loom. before 1950 None
2662 BC-1752/36 Steamship. before 1950 None
2663 BC-1752/37 Ship, maybe in Alaska? before 1950 None
2664 BC-1752/38 Two women with bicycles. before 1950 None
2665 BC-1752/39 Six people posed on veranda of rural house. ca. 19-? None
2666 BC-1752/40 Cleared hillside, with cabin at the top. ca. 19-? None
2667 BC-1752/42 People posed in front of house. before 1950 None
2668 BC-1752/42 Woman wearing shawl at encampment. ca. 19-? None
2669 BC-1752/43 Man and woman with dogs posing at storefront. ca. 19-? None
2670 BC-1752/44 A large deciduous tree. before 1950 None
2671 BC-1752/46 One man and two women posed next to road in front of house. before 1950 None
2672 BC-1752/47 People and horse and carriage posed outside of house. before 1950 None
2673 BC-1752/48 Cobbler sitting in his shop. 1912 None
2674 BC-1752/49 Baby sitting in carriage. ca. 1910? None
2675 BC-1752/50 Man and woman sitting on rocks next to lake. ca. 1910? None
2676 BC-1752/51 Woman posed with musical instruments. ca. 1910? None
2677 BC-1752/52 Man posed with musical instruments. ca. 1910? None
2678 BC-1752/53 Full length portrait of woman. ca. 1910? None
2679 BC-1752/54 Outdoor portrait of woman in rocking chair. ca. 1910? None
2680 BC-1752/55 Man in uniform posed with cornet. ca. 1910? None
2681 BC-1752/57 Two women and a man posed on swing. ca. 1910? None
2682 BC-1752/58 Child playing outdoors on wooden horse. ca. 1910? None
2683 BC-1752/59 Fireplace and mantle. ca. 1910? None
2684 BC-1752/60 Boy on wooden horse, girl on horse. ca. 1910? None
2685 BC-1752/61 Man posed with two dead bears. ca. 1910? None
2686 BC-1752/62 Two workers posed in front of site. ca. 1910? None
2687 BC-1752/63 First Nations family. ca. 1910? None
2688 BC-1752/64 Picnic. ca. 1910? None
2689 BC-1752/65 Women on doorstep of post office. ca. 19-? None
2690 BC-1752/66 Woman posed outside house. ca. 1910? None
2691 BC-1752/67 Three men with three dogs posed outside of cabin. ca. 1910? None
2692 BC-1752/68 Two people posed on porch of house. ca. 1910? None
2693 BC-1752/69 Woman posed with piano. ca. 1910? None
2694 BC-1752/70 Large brick building. ca. 1910? None
2695 BC-1752/71 Waterfall. ca. 1910? None
2696 BC-1752/72 Hikers posed on log which extends over small waterfall. ca. 1910? None
2697 BC-1752/73 Landscape portrait. ca. 1910? None
2698 BC-1752/74 Hotspring. ca. 1910 None
2699 BC-1752/78 River flowing through landscape. ca. 1910 None
2700 BC-1752/79 Waterfall. ca. 1910 None
2701 BC-1752/80 Waterfall. ca. 1910 None
2702 BC-1752/81 Two men standing on natural bridge. ca. 1910 None
2703 BC-1752/82 Landscape with part of town in background. ca. 1910 None
2704 BC-1752/83 Road winding around cliff faces. ca. 1910 None
2705 BC-1752/85 Dirt road in the country. ca. 19-? None
2706 BC-1752/86 Desolate landscape with houses in background. ca. 19-? None
2707 BC-1752/87 View of inlet. ca. 19-? None
2708 BC-1752/88 Waterfront of a village. ca. 19-? None
2709 BC-1752/89 Waterfall. ca. 19-? None
2710 BC-1752/90 Horsedrawn cart with passengers in back. ca. 19-? None
2711 BC-1752/91 Four figures and dog sitting on porch. ca. 19-? None
2712 BC-1752/91 Four figures standing on porch. ca. 19-? None
2713 BC-1752/92 View of rural village. ca. 19-? None
2714 BC-1752/93 View of islands from bluff. ca. 19-? None
2715 BC-1752/94 Rural landscape. ca. 19-? None
2716 BC-1752/95 Church. ca. 19-? None
2717 BC-1752/96 People standing among ruins. ca. 19-? None
2718 BC-1752/97 Large building and street scene. ca. 19-? None
2719 BC-1752/100 Man with horsedrawn coach. ca. 19-? None
2720 BC-1752/101 Group of soldiers on roof of train. ca. 19-? None
2721 BC-1752/102 Woman seated in horse drawn sleigh. ca. 19-? None
2722 BC-1752/103 Portrait of three men, two wearing fur coats. ca. 19-? None
2723 BC-1752/104 Interior of church. ca. 19-? None
2724 BC-1752/105 Grave of Robert Jaffray Hughes. ca. 19-? None
2725 BC-1752/106 A man of God blessing an Indian school somewhere in B.C. ca. 19-? None
2726 BC-1752/107 View of bridge, and view of storefronts. ca. 19-? None
2727 BC-1752/108 Bicycle leaning on very large tree. ca. 19-? None
2728 BC-1752/109 Woman riding bicycle across creek. ca. 19-? None
2729 BC-1752/110 Group of cyclists seated in front of large tent in the woods. ca. 19-? None
2730 BC-1752/111 Bicycle mechanic. before 1950 None
2731 BC-1752/112 Bicycle leaning where creek and bridge intersect. before 1950 None
2732 BC-1752/113 Probably staged bike accident. before 1950 None
2733 BC-1752/114 Biking through rocky landscape. before 1950 None
2734 BC-1752/115 Boat tied to small dock. before 1950 None
2735 BC-1752/116 View of waterfront. ca. 19-? None
2736 BC-1752/117 Houses with car in front. 1920 None
2737 BC-1753 Cleator & Flemming, plumbers, Victoria, B.C. ca. 1905 None
2738 BC-1754 Group portrait of men in Masonic regalia. n.d. None
2739 BC-1755 On the Fraser River. n.d. None
2740 BC-1756 J.K. Campbell, Merchant Tailor. ca. 1900 None
2741 BC-1757 B.C. Express? 19-? None
2742 BC-1758/1 Ashcroft?, B.C. ca. 190-? None
2743 BC-1758/2 Ashcroft?, B.C. ca. 190-? None
2744 BC-1759 Munitions factory during WWI. 191-? None
2745 BC-1760/1 Logging encampment. ca. 1900? None
2746 BC-1760/2 Outdoor group portrait. ca. 1900? None
2747 BC-1760/3 Man and woman seated on front steps of house. ca. 1900? None
2748 BC-1760/4 Portrait of a woman holding a book. ca. 1900 None
2749 BC-1760/5 Stream in the forest. ca. 1900? None
2750 BC-1760/6 Large house. ca. 1900? None
2751 BC-1760/7 Portrait of three brothers. ca. 1920? None
2752 BC-1760/8 Three men golfing. ca. 1920? None
2753 BC-1760/9 Vehicle driving over log bridge. ca. 1920? None
2754 BC-1760/10 River or inlet in a park. ca. 1920? None
2755 BC-1767/1-2 Residence of Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Cuadra [i.e. Quadra], near Taxco, State of Guerrero, Mexico ca. 1984 None
2756 BC-1771 Portrait of a woman. ca. 1850 None
2757 BC-1774 A bride with two attendants. ca. 1925 None
2758 BC-1780 Salmon cannery at Port Essington?, B.C. 1910? None
2759 BC-1781 Vancouver General Hospital. ca. 1925 None
2760 BC-1782 Vancouver from Fairview, looking north. ca. 1925 None
2761 BC-1783 Commercial awakening ca. 1910 None
2762 BC-1784 Tallest in the west, Vancouver, B.C. 1909 None
2763 BC-1785 Inns of Court and Bank of Hamilton, Vancouver B.C. ca. 1906 None
2764 BC-1786 Westminster Hall, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1910 None
2765 BC-1787 Canada's wealth, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1906 None
2766 BC-1788 Fish, fresh from the water. The city market, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1906 None
2767 BC-1789 Church life in the west, Good Friday procession, Vancouver, B.C. 1914. None
2768 BC-1790 St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Vancouver, B.C. 1904 None
2769 BC-1791 Success Business College Ltd., "the school of certainties". 192- None
2770 BC-1792 Spencer's store Indian exhibit. 1936 None
2771 BC-1793 Chimney tops of Vancouver, B.C., looking east. ca. 1910 None
2772 BC-1794 Chimney tops of Vancouver, B.C., looking east. ca. 1910 None
2773 BC-1794/59 Beach on possibly the Fraser River. After 1950. None
2774 BC-1795 Chimney tops of Vancouver, B.C., looking west. ca. 1910 None
2775 BC-1796 Chimney tops of Vancouver, B.C., looking west. ca. 1910 None
2776 BC-1797/1 House-front totem pole at Kitwancool, Indian Village near Skeena River, B.C. ca. 1960 None
2777 BC-1797/2 Totem poles at Kitwancool, Indian Village near Skeena River, B.C. ca. 1960 None
2778 BC-1798/1 Totem Poles at Kitwancool Indian Village, near Skeena River, British Columbia. "Cormorant" totem in foreground. ca. 1950 None
2779 BC-1798/2 Totem Poles at Kitwancool Indian Village, near Skeena River, British Columbia. "Eagle Person" pole. ca. 1950 None
2780 BC-1798/3 Totem Poles at Kitwancool Indian Village, near Skeena River, British Columbia. "Skulls of people" totems. ca. 1950 None
2781 BC-1798/4 Totem Poles at Kitwancool Indian Village, near Skeena River, British Columbia. ca. 1950 None
2782 BC-1798/5 Totem Poles at Kitwancool Indian Village, near Skeena River, British Columbia. ca. 1950 None
2783 BC-1798/6 Totem Poles at Kitwancool Indian Village, near Skeena River, British Columbia. ca. 1950 None
2784 BC-1798/8 Totem Pole at Kitwancool Indian Village, near Skeena River, British Columbia. ca. 1950 None
2785 BC-1798/9 Totem Poles at Kitwancool Indian Village, near Skeena River, British Columbia. ca. 1950 None
2786 BC-1799/1 Totem poles at Kispiox Indian village, Skeena River, British Columbia. ca. 1950 None
2787 BC-1799/2 Totem poles at Kispiox Indian village, Skeena River, British Columbia. ca. 1950 None
2788 BC-1799/3 Totem poles at Kispiox Indian village, Skeena River, British Columbia. ca. 1950 None
2789 BC-1800 Vancouver's $2,000,000 fire. 1938? None
2790 BC-1801 Canadian Pacific Railway station, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1953 None
2791 BC-1802 Lillooet's first truck. ca. 1932 None
2792 BC-1803 Anti-vivisectionist protest at Vancouver exhibition grounds. ca. 1928 None
2793 BC-1804 Alexandra Park, Vancouver, B.C. 1927. None
2794 BC-1805 Suspension bridge, 1st canyon, Capilano, North Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1915 None
2795 BC-1806 Hotel Vancouver, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1910 None
2796 BC-1807 Dominion Trust bldg., Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1910 None
2797 BC-1808 Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church, Vancouver, B.C. ca. 1910 None
2798 BC-1809 Miss Canada Contest, North Vancouver, B.C. 1918. None
2799 BC-1810 Steam engines being loaded off barge at Campbell River Timber Co. 192- None
2800 BC-1811 Two steam-shovels on barge destined for Campbell River Timber Co. 192- None
2801 BC-1812 Two Northwest steam-shovels destined for Campbell River Timber, Ltd. ca. 1920 None
2802 BC-1813 Pay day, Brechin Mine. ca. 1850 None
2803 BC-1814 Nanaimo coal mines. not after 1886? None
2804 BC-1815 H.M.S. Plumptree in Nanaimo Harbour B.C. None
2805 BC-1816 Harewood mine. 1875 None
2806 BC-1818/1 King and Moncrief Construction Co., excavating in Vancouver, B.C. 1928. None
2807 BC-1818/2 King and Moncrief Construction Co., excavating in Vancouver, B.C. 1928. None
2808 BC-1818/3 King and Moncrief Construction Co., excavating in Vancouver, B.C. 1928. None
2809 BC-1818/4 King and Moncrief Construction Co., excavating in Vancouver, B.C. 1928. None
2810 BC-1818/5 King and Moncrief Construction Co., excavating in Vancouver, B.C. 1928. None
2811 BC-1821/1 Winter in Chibougamau, Quebec. 195- None
2812 BC-1821/2 Winter in Chibougamau, Quebec. 195- None
2813 BC-1821/3 Winter in Chibougamau, Quebec. 195- None
2814 BC-1821/4 Winter in Chibougamau, Quebec. 195- None
2815 BC-1829/1 Long Beach, California. ca. 1936 None
2816 BC-1829/2 Long Beach, California. ca. 1936 None
2817 BC-1829/3 Long Beach, California. ca. 1936 None
2818 BC-1829/4 Long Beach, California. ca. 1936 None
2819 BC-1832 Airing sea otter skins. 1985. None
2820 BC-1833/1-68 Photographs of Sketches of Hudson's Bay Company life, by H. Bullock Webster. 1983-1984. None
2821 BC-1920 Possibly Pot Latch Creek Quarry area. ca. 1912. None
2822 BC-1921 Paddy Neale. 195-? None
2823 BC-1924/1 Bartenders Union Local No. 40. 1986. None
2824 BC-1924/2 Bartenders Union Local No. 40. 1986. None
2825 BC-1924/3 Bartenders Union Local No. 40. 1986. None
2826 BC-1924/4 Bartenders Union Local No. 40. 1986. None
2827 BC-1925/1 Mr. (later Professor) Fred Wilkins in the CPR drafting office in Winnipeg. ca. 1920 None
2828 BC-1925/2 Mr. Wilkins with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kimball. ca. 1920 None
2829 BC-1928 Royalty at dinner in Victoria, B.C. 1983 None
2830 BC-1933 [Portrait of a man]. [18?]. None
2831 BC-1950/1 Ginger Goodwin & child. 191-? None
2832 BC-1950/2 Funeral Procession. 191-? None
2833 BC-1950/3 Ginger Goodwin. 191-? None
2834 BC-1950/4 Contact sheet. 1989 None
2835 BC-1950/5 Contact sheet. 1989 None
2836 BC-1950/6 Contact sheet. 1989 None
2837 BC-2122/87 The B.C. Forester (boat) 1946 None
2838 BC-2162 Khalsa Diwan, Macao China March 13, 1927 None
2839 BC953 Fire hall, 1913, Prince Rupert, B.C. 1913 None
2840 BC1541/1 White Rock, B.C. ca. 1930? None
2841 BC1798/7 Totem Poles at Kitwancool Indian Village, near Skeena River, British Columbia. ca. 1950 None