Mrs. Laura Dunsmuir, dressed for presentation at Court of St. James, 1902. Seated in armchair, small table with vase of flowers at her side. Wearing satin gown, bodice and skirt over-panels of jewelled embroidery; fabric flowers on bodice, skirt and train; plumed headdress; holding kid gloves.
Singapore gravesite of Robert William Dunsmuir. The white marble cross monument is inscribed: "In Loving Memory of Robert William Dunsmuir born in British Columbia on 21st August 1877 died in Singapore 6th January 1929"
Laura F. Audain, daughter of Byrdie and Guy Audain, dressed for presentation at Court, 1927. Lace, bead-embellished gown, with satin revers. Beaded headband with plumes, tulle or chiffon veil, rose and lily-of-the-valley bouquet.
Photo of some of the Dunsmuir family and friends. Group of 9 people including: (back row, left to right) Laura Audain, Jack Chaplain, Elizabeth Hope Dunsmuir, Robin Dunsmuir, Elinor Dunsmuir, Jimmy Audain (front row, seated, left to right) Muriel Wingfield Dunsmuir, Laura Dunsmuir and Maude Chaplain. At Journey's End
Photo of some of the Dunsmuir family and friends. Group of 13 people (L-R): Back row: Selden Humphries, Jackie Chaplain, Laura Audain, Reggie Chaplain, Dr. H Wasson. Standing: Bobby Drost, Bessie Hope, Elinor Dunsmuir, Muriel Wingfield, Robin Dunsmuir. Seated: Tolly Wingfield, Laura Dunsmuir, Maude Chaplain. At Journey's End