Read Island Picnic in the late 1940s

A member of the Marlatt family on the beach, Mary Island

View of the Lighthouse Station at Cape Mudge, Quadra Island

Ed Atkins with children on Schnarr's porch with cougar early 1920’s

Pansy Schnarr is child on left and Ed's son Ray is on the right. The Atkins were neighbors of the Schnarr's.

Group of children at the Walker home on Mother Goose Day, Quadra Island

R.J. Walker's home was located at Gowlland Harbour, Quadra Island.

Rob Yeatman with dead pidgeons, Quadra Island

These wild pigeons had been eating his oats. Photograph was taken on the Yeatman family farm, known as Sunny Side Farm.

Francis and Amy Barrow

From left: Francis Barrow, Amy Barrow, unknown man

Hans and Kathinka Hansen's children at Port Neville, B.C.

From left: Edith (born June 11, 1918), Arthur (born May 24, 1916), Lily (born June 19,1912), Oly (born June 18, 1909), Karen (born April 25, 1904, died June 18/19 1964), Billy (born October 29, died October 19, 1956.)

Helen (Joyce) Andrews skating on Quadra Island

The Pedersen's float camp, at Watson Island

Watson Island, Tribune Channel

Trio on Read Island

From left: Keith Eddington, Frank Culbard, and Jack Schibler.

Union Steamship, Chelohsin

The Union Steamship "Chelohsin" at Rock Bay, 1940.

Likely view of the Homathko River canyon, Bute Inlet area

Charles Neuberg, "Old Dutchie" at Stenfors place, Granite Bay

Francis and Amy Barrow in 1907

View of the Cape Mudge lighthouse in the winter

Totem pole in front of big house at Cape Mudge Reserve

The Yeatman Home, Quadra Island

Jessie the horse in the orchard at Sunny Side Farm, the Yeatman family property.

Portrait of James Forrest

James Forrest first arrived at Shoal Bay in 1900 and managed the store operated by the Gold Fields of British Columbia Ltd. He was later joined by his new wife Ann and they remained there for several years.

Margaret Tipton of Read Island

Photograph of Margaret Tipton, taken in the 1920s.

Christensen Family with Francis and Amy Barrow

The Christensens lived at Salt Lagoon, Redonda Island

Mr. Pettingell, a missionary, getting ready for camp

Visiting missionary, Mr. Pettingell, at the Cape Mudge Village on Quadra Island.

W.E. Anderson’s boat, the Quathiaski 10

This boat was used by the owner of the Quathiaski Cannery, W.E. Anderson for pleasure trips.

The Yeatmans in front of their log cabin at Sunnyside Farm, Quadra Island

From left: Robert Ernest Yeatman (on "Maud" the horse, born January, 1896), Thomas Charles Yeatman (born July 20, 1886), Samuel George Yeatman (born July 27, 1892) Fredrick Charles Yeatman (born April 17, 1858), Fredrick Cook Yeatman (January 7, 1894), James Kayson Yeatman (born February...

Union Steamship, Chelohsin, docked at Quathiaski Cove