Fonds consists primarily of photographic prints of John and Elizabeth Dilworth and their children, as well as their extended families, the Dilworths and Mawhinneys.Dilworth, John (family)
This collection consists of a variety of original and copied documents on a number of topics pertaining to Victoria over the years. These documents, which were brought together by the City's first Archivist, Ainslie Helmcken, include programmes, menus, correspondence, booklets, newspaper clippings, and receipts.Helmcken, Ainslie James, 1900-1987
Fonds consists of glass plate and nitrate negatives taken for the Daily Colonist newspaper and the photographer’s private use. The images date from between the 1890s and 1930s and include images of the Pocock family and friends, WWI military groups, buildings (including Fire Halls), sports events (including the VIAA swim team and the Victoria Golf Club), city and street views, as well as images of China and the interior of British Columbia.Pocock, R.L., 1874-1943
The Clarence Hotel on N.E. corner with I.O.O.F. building beside it. Kellogg Drugstore on N.W. corner. Steeple of the Iron Church in background.
S.E. corner of Simcoe and St. Andrew's Streets.
Located on the western slope of Gonzales Hill at Foul Bay and Fairfield Roads.McTavish, Duncan Douglas