Image is a posed portrait of a seated older girl and younger boy standing on a footstool holding hands. The girl and boy are dressed formally. It appears to be an albumen print on a carte de visite. Photographer information printed on verso with the inscription "S. A. Spencer, FORT STREET, Victoria, B. C." A handwritten inscription reads "[illegible] Reid + boy"
Image is a posed portrait of a man leaning on a bannister in formal clothes, holding his hat in front of a studio painted background depicting what appears to be a column and an urn with a floral arrangement. Photographer information printed underneath image reads "B. F. Howland, Artist." Inscription printed on verso reads "B. F. HOWLAND & CO. PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY 25 & 27 Third St. East Side Near Market SAN FRANSISCO, CAL." An additional printed inscription reads "The Negative from which this Picture is made will be preserved; any quantity of copies can be had by leaving your order at the above Gallery. Cartes de Visite $ 3 per doz. Vignettes $ 4.00 per doz. Duplicates $ 2.00 per doz." Printed prices appear to have been over written by hand in ink.
Image is a posed portrait of Reverend Thomas Crosby seated facing another man. Crosby is holding a book open in one hand and gesturing with the other. Verso contains handwritten inscriptions: "no. 6", "Crosby + old ?"
Image is a portrait of a man dressed formally and posed next to a table with a floral tablecloth. Verso contains the following handwritten inscriptions. "enlarge e2893 head + shoulders only and 1 3/8 X 2 # 150 Ba?", "His first or babys name. This was second name or last name given by his people" are inscribed in pencil. Inscribed overtop in pen is "Satana Sallasel?" Inscribed in blue coloured pencil is a circled number "29".
Image is a portrait of a man in a seated pose with his thumbs in his pockets. Inscription under image in red ink reads "Captain John." On the verso are the following inscriptions: in red ink, "no. 17", and in black ink "Captain John Sualles".
Image is a posed portrait of a woman wrapped in a blanket and standing next to a woven sack on a tiled floor. The woman wears a headscarf. Handwritten inscription on verso reads "Fort Rupert woman 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."