"The Dug Out" a war effort location
48th Battalion inspected by Lt. Gov. Barnard at Willows Camp
48th Battalion on Burdett Avenue
88th Mess Hall at Willows Camp
Chinese Bell in Beacon Hill Park in the snow
Chinese arch erected for the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Connaught
Collecting for the Red Cross
Corner of Yates Street and Blanshard Street during the 'Great Snow'
Departure of the 88th Battalion aboard the "Princess Charlotte"
Douglas Street during the 'Great Snow'
Douglas Street looking north from Pandora during the 'Great Snow'
Douglas Street, Streetcar and City Hall in background during the 'Great Snow'
Empress Hotel in the snow
Goodacre Lake and the stone bridge in the snow
Government Street and View Street
Pandora Avenue and Douglas Street in the snow, City Hall in background
Parade of the 48th Battalion on Government Street
Parliament Building in the snow
Part of the 62nd Battalion leaving aboard the "Princess Victoria"
Part of the Naval Reserve leaving Victoria for England
Snow in residential neighbourhood
Tolmie School group
Troops marching along Quadra Street
Troops marching on Quadra Street looking north east from south of Fort Street
View over Jubilee/Fernwood neighbourhood looking northwest. Building at centre right is the WCTU home at 2211 Ida Street
Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth
War Memorial at St. Paul's Church, Esquimalt
Western Scots leaving Victoria
Yates Street during the 'Great Snow'