Black and white image of people standing in front of a train.
Black and white image of Nimpkish Lake.
Black and white image of the Elk Inn.
Black and white image of a group picnic. Look also to other # 41292.
From LFP 1A.011-N2; NITRATE NEGATIVE, noted in LFP items database - "C.P.R. Wharf, Nanaimo, V.I. [encl.]"; File Control Number 011.
Location unidentified, Moses Hamburger was Simon Leiser's son-in-law.
B.C. pioneers, including Joseph Boscowitz. Joseph Boscowitz fur store on Wharf Street in Victoria was one of the first business establishments in the city.
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Black and white image of an advertisement.
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