Some of these images can also be viewed on the BC Archives website. Here you may find more context for the image and any original captions and descriptions. Click on the archives website link then search for the photograph’s catalogue number. Remember to put image numbers within quotation marks (for example, “B-08868”).
This gallery includes eight different items. Some of them are objects from our human history collection, and some of them are photographs of animals in our natural history collection. The first time you see the object it won’t be identified. Can you guess what it is? What do you think it is used for? Is it natural or human made? Find out what it is by clicking to the following image in the gallery.
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