Miscellaneous photographs of events in or pertaining to Canada, ca. 1885-1901; views of New Brunswick, Québec, Ontario, Manitoba, and Yukon Territory; and portraits of prominent late 19th/early 20th century individuals., The following events and activities are documented: North-West Rebellion of 1885 (Big Bear trading inside Fort Pitt, Sask.; troops at Medicine Hat, Alta.; Montréal Garrison Artillery camp at Long Lake, N.W.T.); Boer War (field hospital at Parrdeberg Drift, Feb. 1900; Canadian troops ransacking Boer wagons at Paardeberg ; Boer shell-shelters at Paardeberg; First Gordon Highlanders and Royal Canadian regiments fording the Modder Rivererer, Feb. 1900; old British fort at Bloemfontein, Orange Rivererer Colony; "Death Trap" at Magersfontein; bivouac on Bloemfontein Common; group on board the S.S. Monterey chartered by Lord Strathcona; officers of the Strathcona Horse; return of the First Contingent from South Africa, Nov. 1900); Royal Visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York to Ottawa (Sept. 1901), including regatta on Ottawa River. Photographs by unknown photographers and by R. Thiele., Views of the following: St. John, N.B. (ca. 1864); C. Larin City Express in Montréal; Parliament Buildings, Ottawa (construction of the Centre Block, ca. 1861; throne in the Senate Chambers, 1930s; Altar of Remembrance in the Peace Tower; Confederation and Justice buildings, 1952); Elgin St., Ottawa (ca. 1867); Old Billings House, Billings Bridge, Ottawa; new mace for the House of Commons, 1916; Calvin rafts hauling timber on the St. Lawrence River at various rapids between Kingston and Montréal; Kingston General Hospital; military barracks and hospital at Fort Malden, Amherstburg, Ont. (1913); old guard house at Fort Wellington, Prescott, Ont.; steamers at Goderich Harbour, Ont. (1914-1915); Winnipeg (ca. 1871); Government House at Upper Fort Garry, Man.. Photographs by unknown photographers and by the following: Bowron & Cox; Alexander Morris; Samuel McLaughlin, Ottawa., Views of the following: the Klondike in the Yukon Territory (Anderson Concession at Hunker; Dawson by the light of the Aurora Borealis, ca. 1908; Eldorado Bottling Works, Dawson; Canadian Klondike Mining Co.'s engine en route from Dawson to Coal Creek, 1913). Photographs by unknown photographers and by the following: Kinsey & Kinsey; Wolfe., Portraits of the following individuals and groups: Lord Beaverbrook; Sir Robert Borden; Goldwin Smith; Queen Victoria; members of the Québec Interprovincial Conference (1887); North West Council in Regina (1884); the Canadian House of Commons in temporary quarters at the Victoria Museum on McLeod St., Ottawa (1918). Photographs by unknown photographers and by Dupras & Colas., Some items transferred to NMC, PAL, and FED.