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Slave girl

Image is a posed portrait of a young woman or girl clothed from the waist down in a blanket. She is seated outdoors in front of a blanket hanging on the wall of a house. Handwritten inscription on verso of photograph reads "Slave girl Native F? M? B.C."

[Portrait of woman wrapped in blanket]

Image is a posed portrait of a woman seated on the floor. The woman is wrapped in a blanket that appears to be a wool trade blanket. On the verso is a handwritten inscription which reads "Indian woman ? B.C."

Indian woman, Birds Inlet, B. C.

Image is a posed portrait of a woman seated on the floor next to what appears to be a woven willow clam basket. The woman is wearing a wool blanket shawl. Handwritten inscription on verso reads "Indian woman Birds? Inlet, B. C."

Group portrait on ship deck

Image depicts a group portrait of eleven figures standing and seated on a ship's deck. Group consists of two women and nine men in formal dress. Printed around the border of the image is the photographer information "PHOTOGRAPHED BY R. MAYNARD, VICTORIA, . . . B. C." Printed on the verso is the photographer information with the inscription "R. Maynard, Photographic Artist, AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, COR. OF DOUGLAS AND JOHNSON STS., VICTORIA, B. C. -- Views of British Columbia and Vancouver Island for Sale." A handwritten inscription reads "No 13".

Steamship's deck

Image depicts a steamship's deck. Visible are four men standing within and adjacent to the ship's cabin. In the background is the ocean and land in silhouette. Printed around the border of the image is the photographer information "PHOTOGRAPHED BY R. MAYNARD, VICTORIA, . . . B. C." Printed on the verso is the photographer information with the inscription "R. Maynard, Photographic Artist, AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, COR. OF DOUGLAS AND JOHNSON STS., VICTORIA, B. C. -- Views of British Columbia and Vancouver Island for Sale." A handwritten inscription reads "No 10".

Telegraph Cove

Image taken from ship in Telegraph Cove on the Georgia Strait.

William Carr

Telegraph Cove

Image taken from ship of Telegraph Cove on the Georgia Strait.

William Carr

Telegraph Cove

Image of Telegraph Cove. To the left of the image a saw mill is visible.

William Carr

The Princess Marguerite

Image of the steamship the Princess Marguerite sailing in the Georgia Strait. The Princess Marguerite was built for the B.C Coast Service by the Fairfield Company of Glasgow, Scotland. It commonly sailed the Seattle-Victoria-Vancouver triangle.

William Carr

The Princess Marguerite

Image of the steamship the Princess Marguerite sailing in the Georgia Strait. The Princess Marguerite was built for the B.C Coast Service by the Fairfield Company of Glasgow, Scotland. It commonly sailed the Seattle-Victoria-Vancouver triangle.

William Carr

Forest after fire

Image of an unknown hillside with burned trees which are most likely the remains of a forest fire .

William Carr

Forest after fire

Image of an unknown hillside with burned trees which are most likely the remains of a forest fire .

William Carr

Ferry dock

Image of a ferry dock over an unidentified water way. In the foreground of are two cars.

William Carr

Prevent Forest Fire sign in Manning Park

Image of a roadway in Manning Park. In the foreground is a 'Prevent Forest Fire' sign in the shape of a mock gallows with a hanging cigarette. The side of the sign reads "Ye Olde Manning Park Gallows" The bottom of the sign reads "The One Who Dropped It Should Also Be Hanged. Prevent Forest Fires. B.C. Forest Service.

William Carr

The Princess Marguerite

Image of the steamship the Princess Marguerite sailing in the Georgia Strait from a distance. The Princess Marguerite was built for the B.C Coast Service by the Fairfield Company of Glasgow, Scotland. It commonly sailed the Seattle-Victoria-Vancouver triangle.

William Carr

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