Image is a posed group portrait of fifteen people of varying ages identified in an inscription printed below the image as the Kwawkewlth Agency [sic], B. C. Figures are posed with what appear to be Northwest Coast cultural artifacts, and a bicycle.
Image is a posed group portrait in front of a church building. Location is identified in a handwritten inscription below the image as Chilliwack Valley, B. C. Image has been crossed out in pencil and the words "not to be used" are inscribed above the image.
Image is an oval head and shoulders portrait of a man identified in an inscription below the image as Captain John Shawalas. An additional handwritten inscription reads "native assistant at Chilliwack Indian Mission, an old hereditary chief".
Image depicts an exterior view a church inside a fenced yard, outside of which is a group of people. A handwritten inscription below the image reads "407 The Indian mission church and house, Nanaimo Where Sallosalton lived with Mr Crosby".
Image is a posed portrait of a man wearing ceremonial dress and carrying what appears to be a drum. Handwritten inscription below the image reads "'A heathen Medicine Man.' Indian Conjurer at Hazelton B. C." On the verso is a handwritten inscription which reads "W. Hough 28 [illegible]"
Image is a postcard that depicts a fishery and fishery workers with harvested Salmon in the foreground. Printed inscription below the image reads "Fraser River Salmon. Published by W. T. Cooksley, Photographer, New Westminster, B. C."