Photograph shows two men with horse drawn barrel wagon spraying row of hops.
Signatures: "Hand sprayer near the Hop Kiln / Tank sprayer two hoses and nozzles / one horse drawn tank and Chinese sprayers" is handwritten in pencil on back of the photo. "Spraying by hand, American Cluster hops" is handwritten in black ink on back of second original.
Photographs are annotated on the back of the photograph by Marion (Banks) Rowlands, whose father Joseph Banks, was foreman at Hulbert Hop Gardens from 1901-1937. Hulbert Hop Gardens were located at the North East corner of Vedder and Stevenson Roads.
Storage Trunk Wooden trunk; painted shiny black; 4 rectangular metal hinges at back; 2 metal handles on sides of trunk that have hook like details and a round stopper; front has metal clasp with scalloped edge detail (15.5cm L x 13cm H); right side of trunk has 7cm x 4 cm patch of darkened/burnt paper with Chinese characters; interior of trunk is varnished and shiny.
CM 693 Biscuit Tin Metal tin; octogon shape; orange, blue, yellow and red oriental design; hinged lid; interior of tin is off white; marked, "A Product of Scotland. Gray Dunn Biscuit Manufacturers. Established 1853."
CM 926 Teapot Earthernware; no lid with one missing/broken handle; with embossed lettering on side, "COMPLIMENTS OF / F.W. RENWORTH & COY. / SHOE SPECIALISTS. / CHILLIWACK B.C."; catch for teapot handle broken off at front above spout.
Photograph consists of a street level view of commercial buildings on the north side of Yale Road East following an ice storm. Visible from left to right in image are: the Chilliwack Progress building, Commercial Hotel, and the On Lee store.
Photograph consists of a front 3/4 view of steam ship S.S. Gladys, locked in river ice in winter. A total of eight unidentified men are posing on the large two-tiered sternwheeler. Five men are seen standing on the bow of the ice bound ship. Three men are seen standing at front of second level. Gentleman wearing white apron at top left appears to be Chinese Canadian.