657 Superior Street
Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) ship "Empress of Canada"
Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) ship "Princess Victoria"
Chinese at William Head Quarantine Station
Chinese bell in Beacon Hill Park
Crew aboard the "Restorer"
Dominion Day Celebrations at Willows Fairgrounds
Douglas Street during the 'Great Snow'
Empress Hotel from the Parliament Buildings
Empress Hotel, Palm Room
Esquimalt Harbour "Restorer" and Japanese cruiser at anchor
Fanny Walls (Mrs. John Patmore Walls) with her 1926 Nash automobile
Government House, 1401 Rockland Avenue
Grand Trunk Pacific ship S.S. "Prince Rupert"
Lampson Street School, Esquimalt
Law office of John Patmore Walls, Board of Trade Building
Man climbing an arc light on Superior Street
Mr. Lemmax, fireman
Parliament Buildings during the 'Great snow' of 1916
Rattenbury family. L to R: Mrs. John Patmore WalRattenbury family. L to R: Mrs. John Patmore Walls, Mary Rattenbury, Mrs. Francis Mawson Rattenbury, Frank Rattenbury and [?]
Rowers in Inner Harbour. L to R: Dan O'Sullivan, two unidentified women, C. Orlebar Walls
Rowers including D. O'Sullivan and Orlebar Walls
South Park School, Division II
South Park School, interior
St. Paul's Church, Esquimalt
Storm damage at Dallas Road
Superior Street during the 'Great Snow'
Troops at Willows Camp
Unidentified men in a lumberyard
Victoria District Church later called Christ Church
Walls children with bicycles
Walls residence at 57 North Park Street
World War I vets selling Victory Bonds at the "Dug Out", NE corner of Fort Street and Government Street