Photograph of a fisherman brandishing a large knife next to a halibut on a hook. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Pacific 'HALIBUT'- 275lbs 30000000lbs shipped to Eastern Canada & US in 1923 from Prince Rupert BC."
Parade of uniformed men through streets. There is snow on the ground. Printed annotation on recto reads: “1st Church parade 30th Batt Earl Grey Rifles Feb 21st,15, McRae Bros,” handwritten in pencil on verso: “Prince Rupert”. Handwritten message is addressed to “Dear Grandma”.
Elevated view of various buildings and vessels along the Prince Rupert waterfront. Several piles of lumber can be seen in the foreground. Printed annotation on recto reads: " Prince Rupert B.C., A busy day on the Waterfront."
Head on photograph of a trapper standing in front of his cabin in Prince Rupert, BC. The front of the cabin is covered in various pelts. Printed annotation on recto reads: "A Trappers Cabin near Prince Rupert."
Street view of Third Avenue in Prince Rupert. Many vehicles are parked along the wooden sidewalk. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Third Ave. Prince Rupert. B.C."
Slightly elevated view of the Prince Rupert Inn on Avenue A. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Avenue A Prince Rupert BC Allen Photo." Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "August 9 1908 Hopping[sic] this will find you all well with kind regards. [illegible]. C Mouat." Postcard is addressed to: "Miss Jemima Colvin Rosedale Farm Cowichan Station B.C." Verso affixed with a one cent Canadian stamp. Postmark on verso reads: "Prince Rupert BC Au 9 08."
B.C. Express Steamer, Fraser River. Trees and mountains in background. Printed annotation on recto reads: “B.C. Express Steamer, Fraser River.” Handwritten annotation in pencil on verso reads: “BC Express Fraser River BC”
Wide angle view of Borden Street in Prince Rupert. Many residential buildings line the wooden road with railing. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Borden Street. Prince Rupert B.C."
Photograph of a large crowd gathered around several young boys running a race in Prince Rupert, BC. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Boys Race Dominion Day Prince Rupert BC."
Photograph of Prince Rupert businesses amidst clear cut stumps. Businesses include "Stewart and Mobley Groceries, Fruits and Produce." Printed annotation on recto reads: "Prince Rupert, B.C., Oct. 09."
Street view photograph of a commercial section in downtown Prince George with several "Campbell's" delivery carts parked along the road. Visible establishments include "Campbell's All Cash Store" and "Club Cafe." Handwritten annotation in blue ballpoint pen on recto reads: "Howdy from Prince George! Going easy with all these kids- good to see Kathee. Snow here. Have fun at the sports show & don't over do it. Thinking of you guys, love Judy and Vic. P.S. Can't wait to go home to somewhere peaceful and quiet. 2-27-83." Postcard is addressed to: "Mr. & Mrs. Hauffer 8429-221 PL. Sn. Edmonds, WA. U.S. 98020." Verso is affixed with four Canadian 8-cent stamps.
View of Pier and cluster of houses with trees in the background. Water crosses midground, canoes on beach in foreground. Printed annotation on verso reads: “Port Simpson.", handwritten in pencil: “B.C. 1907”.
Elevated view of Third Avenue in Prince Rupert. Several cars and delivery trucks are visible driving along the road. Printed annotation on recto reads: "3rd Ave Prince Rupert BC Photo by Wrathalls."
Street view photograph looking down Carson Avenue at the Front St. intersection in Quesnel, BC. Several identified businesses line the gravel avenue on the right; however Cowan's Hardware store is visible at the intersection on the left. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Carson Ave., Quesnel, B.C. 1930 Looking East."
Printed annotation on recto reads: “Central Avenue Fort George B.C. Copyright Canada June 25th 1913”. Handwritten annotation in ink on recto reads: “Hotel Fort George; Pool room; Men’s furnishing; General store; Bank Vancouver; Telephone office; Temperance House; Trust-company; Grand stand & fair grounds; Hospital; Ware house and general store.” Cancelled 1 cent Canadian stamp on verso is dated: "Fort George BC Jul 14 13". Handwritten message in ink on verso is addressed to Mr. Chas H Wilson 94 Gould St Toronto: "Fort George. B.C> Box 65, July 13/ 13. Dear Father, This is a 'bird's eye view' of our main street - ha! ha! some class alright. We live right behind the bakery lunch room on the right hand side of the picture, on 1st avenue, some people eh? Will be moving to Cassiar Ave soon. How are all the folks. Mae is writing. Peace. M."
Street view of the Dominion Building in Prince Rupert, which contains the Government telegraph Office and Post Office. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Central Post Office Prince Rupert B.C." Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Aug 18th. The cor. of the High bldg. on the right is the Prince Rupert Hotel. Front side is other way 5 stories high at [illegible] Hotel is in the next block. Notice [??] at the back is al-the [sic] lots of Hill leading down to Shops [??]. St. James' Hotel close by Prince Rupert was 5 stories high. For sure had [??] chimneys on it- a big fire engulfed [??] it about a year ago and it is being taken down. I must go & work bye bye. Love Dady. Psalm 46-1 & 48-14 was my AM verses specially."
Photograph depicts crowds of people walking through street, hills in background. Printed annotation on recto reads: “Centre St. Prince Rupert May Celebrations 1909, Allen Photo July 09.” Handwritten annotation in ink on recto reads: “Prince Rupert 1909”
Elevated street view of a large crowd gathered on Centre Street in Prince Rupert for Dominion Day celebrations. The Dominion Day arch is visible in the background. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Centre Street, Prince Rupert, B.C. Dominion Day Celebration."
Street view of Centre Street in Prince Rupert, BC. Buildings are in various states of construction. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Centre St Prince Rupert B.C. June 20/08 JDA.""
Street scene depicts people, boardwalks, tents, and store front. Printed annotation on recto reads: “Centre St. Prince Rupert: B.C., Allen Photos May 17. 09” Handwritten message on verso is addressed to “Dearest Darr”
Photograph of a person chopping down firewood in a forest. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Chopping Fire-Wood, near Fort Simpson, 1118." Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "55 Avenell Road, N. 29-2-'08 I wanted to write you a letter, but have had suck a lot to do, I find there isn't time before Prayer meeting; and as I haven't been able to go to P.M. for the last three weeks, I am sure you won't mind just for this once. Here is a p.c. of Canada which I promised you; don't you think it is pretty? Things are going on pretty well now; mother is better & Daisy- well, I never saw SO much improvement in anyone in one short week. As much love as if this were the longest letter I have ever written you, from Effie." Postcard is addressed to: "Mis J.G. Grafton "Belmont" Tividale Road, Tipton, Staffs." Verso is affixed with a British halfpenny green stamp and canceled with a postmark that reads: "Highbury S.O. 915 PM Fe 29 08."
Close view of dock full of rows of nets and a few workers. Rows of bunkhouses on shore in background. Handwritten annotation in pencil on recto reads: “Port Essington B. C.”
Printed captions below images on recto read: “Souvenir of Prince Rupert BC; Prince Rupert June 1st, 1909; Prince Rupert Sept 1st, 1913; Public School; Water Front; City Hall; Haye Cove; Margaeto Fleet; Harbour Scene; SS Prince Marquitta at Prince Georg; Sunrise Prince Rupert Harbour; General Hospital; Gold Storage Place; Prince Rupert from Summit”.
Captions below images on recto read: “H.M.C.S. Thiepval. Capt Beech.; In surf Recks and Fog. Wikelski Island; The Aeroplane; Major Stuart MacLaren, and party, at Prince Rupert. B.C.; British Around –the –World, Wrecked Aeroplane”.
Collection of four photographs of the Prince Rupert dry dock. Two images are the finished dry dock buildings. One image is of construction. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Before Launching Canadian Scottish Dry Dock, Prince Rupert BC."
Photograph of a bridge along a rocky shoreline. Printed annotation reads: "Colloway Rapids Bridge Prince Rupert Highway W.W.W." Handwritten annotation on verso is heavily obscured by residual album paper and reads: "PO Box 777 Prince Rupert BC. [Illegible] Lal. This[??] is a piece of our new bridge which [obscured] neats our Island with the mainland. We have had picnics on the other side & [illegible] is open for [illegible] to [illegible]ve ours this side of the [obscured] our stuff to the little [obscured] patronize[??]. Mrs. [illegible] are back again in Rupert [obscured] Kamloops office closed down [obscured] was no chance of transfer. Have not."
Street view of 5th St. in Prince Rupert BC. The dirt road is flanked by two partially demolished rock faces. Printed annotation on recto reads: "5th St Prince Rupert, B.C."
Photograph depicts pier under construction, workers, buildings smokestacks and river with chunks of ice. Handwritten annotation in pencil on recto reads: “S. FT. GEORGE G.T.P. BRIDGE”.
Photo of 2 men working with hand tools. Printed captions on verso read: "S.P.G. Missionary Post Card - No. 14.", "ERECTING A TENT CHURCH IN CALEDONIA.", "THE S.P.G. supports work in many of the dioceses of N.-W. Canada. The diocese of Caladonia was formed in 1879". Handwritten annotations in pencil on recto read: “PRINCE RUPERT AREA B.C.”, “The Rev S.B. Priston, Farm Cottage Farm lane, Fulham. Thankyou so very much for all you did last night. I am so sorry I did not see you after it was all over to thank you. R.A.[?] You never came to eat the [?] there are heaps.” Half pence postage stamp on recto is canceled with ink stamp reading "DE 7 04".
Slightly elevated street view of buildings and sidewalks being constructed in Prince Rupert, BC. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Photo by McRae Bros. Third Ave Prince Rupert, BC." Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Dear Florence you better [illegible] will try and answer it in a few day I am well I will try and send you some cards I will stay here till in Dec Write[??] me and send me some cards I am 15 mile in the mountains Write your Bro LS Bill." Postcard is addressed to: "Miss Florence Wilson P.O. Box 1178 Worcester Mass U.S.A." A 2 cent Canadian stamp is affixed on verso. Postmark reads: "Prince Rupert BC Jul 1 10."
Street scene depicts people, boardwalks, and buildings with store signs. Rubble and unknown material lies on ground between boardwalks. Printed annotation on recto reads: “3rd Ave. and 6th St. Prince Rupert. B.C.”
Street view of some vehicles parked in front of commercial buildings in Prince/Fort George. Businesses include "J.P. Robertson 'The Men's Store'" and "James & Co. Clothing and Shoes." Printed annotation on recto reads: "Fort George- Corner Hammond and Central."
Pier, house, and tress with snowcapped mountains in background. Image has been cropped to oval shape. Handwritten annotation in pencil on verso reads: “Port Simpson B. C. showing magnificent background in the distance”, on recto: "W. I. O'Neill Es. Aberdeen B.C. Hope you are well my dear D.D. - Have written to K. and are sending you and [?] Boy each a card. [?] will wish to saw we are all ok. Yours, M.", "Yours 10derly". Recto stamped "PORT SIMPSON B.C. MR 14 07".
Street view of Third Avenue in Prince Rupert. A large crowd of people is gathering along the sidewalks. Printed annotation on recto reads: "Third Ave. Prince Rupert. B.C."
Photograph of a boardwalk street with buildings on either side, several people visible in image. Trees can be seen on street, and mountains stand in background. Handwritten annotation in pencil on verso reads: “Port Essington, North Coast Commercial Coy”.
Street view of Third Avenue in Prince Rupert. One horse drawn delivery cart and one delivery car are parked on the street. Printed annotation on recto reads: "3rd Ave. Prince Rupert. B.C." Handwritten annotation on verso reads: "Book & parcel find[??] received, love & many thanks, u.w. as you know, just what I needed. [Illegible] R.W." Postcard is addressed to: "Mrs. J.W. Cawfsious [??] 1136 Barclay St. Vancouver B.C." Verso is affixed with a 2 cent Canadian Stamp, and is postmarked: "Prince Rupert B.C. Sep 19 6-PM."
View of dock full of rows of nets and a few workers. Sail boats are anchored near the dock and there are rows of bunkhouses in the mid ground, trees in the background. Handwritten annotation in pencil on recto reads: “Port Essington B. C.”