Group of Quadra Island school children

Twidle's Boat "The Illini" tied up a dock at Granite Bay

The "Illini" belonged the Henry and Agnes Twidle who were early Granite Bay settlers.

Captain and Mrs. James A. Nixon of Twin Islands in their new home

Schnarr’s rabbit cages, Bute Inlet 1920’s

August Schnarr earned a living as a trapper and presumably these rabbits were raised for their pelts.

Emma Yeatman on front porch of her Quadra Island home

Quadra Island ladies and children on beach at Heriot Bay

From left: Unknown, Unknown, Winnie, Mae Anderson, Elva Anderson, and Velma Anderson. Unknown boy on back right. Postcard dated August 11, 1909.

Portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Joyce

August Schnarr's homestead at Bute Inlet

View of logging slash on hill side behind the Schnarr homestead, Bute Inlet.

Two Quadra Island residents with catch of salmon at Quathiaski Cove

Harold C. and Lloyd Edgett with fishing catch, Quathiaski Cove.

Nicol Madson on Candlemas Day on Cortes Island

Jim and Laurette Stanton's home at Knight Inlet, B.C.

See also photograph no. 15529 which is identified as the Stanton's first home at Kwalate Point.

View of the Cape Mudge lighthouse in the winter

The Union Steamship, Cowichan, at Quathiaski Cove

Beach front and lighthouse at Cape Mudge, Quadra Island

August Schnarr’s rabbit and marten cages, Bute Inlet homestead

August Schnarr's three children Pansy, Pear and Marion looking into the cages.

The Tiells at their home on Read Island

The Tiells would row to Heriot Bay to sell crops from their farm on Read Island.

Hauling cables off at Davis Raft at logging operations at Teakerne Arm

Powell River Co. was logging in that area at ths time.

The fog alarm building at Cape Mudge Lighthouse, Quadra Island

Angus Kerr hauling in his gillnet

Angus Kerr gillnet fishing at Toba Inlet in 1939.

Mrs. James A. Nixon in her bedroom at Twin Islands

Baby Grace Hood

The Hoods were early settlers on Quadra Island. John Hood was a professional photographer.

Group on the porch of the Anderson home, Quathiaski Cove, Quadra Island

From left:.Velma Anderson, Gladys Moore Pearson, Margaret Anderson, and Mae Anderson

Anna Marie and Rose Manson of Cortes Island

Jim and Laurette Stanton's first home at Knight Inlet

From left: Jim Stanton, Laurette Stanton, and the two Hall brothers. Photograph taken at the Stantons' first home in the Knight Inlet area - likely at Kwalate Point.

Visitor at Sunny Brae Farm at Mansons Landing, Cortes Island

Sunny Brae Farm was the home of the Manson family. Top row from left: Mrs. Hazeldon, friend of Mrs. Charlie Allen and Mrs. John Manson, Nicol, Anna, and Mrs. Charlie Allen of Gorge Harbour. Photo taken in 1912 after the original house burned down and smaller home was built.