The Yeatman family playing musical instruments in their home

Frank, Dot, and Rob in the Yeatman parlour. Photograph taken December 20, 1915.

August and Zaida Schnarr's daughters wearing rosehip necklaces

Pearl on the left, Pansy on the right, likely taken when the family lived at Bute Inlet.

August Schnarr and Mrs. Williams with cougar shot by Schnarr

Photograph was taken in the late late 1930s or 40s.

Children at a party at Cape Mudge, Quadra Island

Written on back of photo: "For Mrs. Marlatt, Our home, Cape Mudge Mission House. A party we gave the Indian children. Do you see us? You may need a magnifying glass to see children."

Laurette Staton with a dog

The Joyce Family in a car, Quadra Island

Walker Memorial Church at Cape Mudge Village, Quadra Island

Group of early settlers on Cortes Island

From left: Mrs. Michael Manson, Ethel -one of the older set of twins, Mr. Michael Manson with Flossie, the younger of the younger set of twins. Gwen, last born, then Hazel at right and Jack Manson, son of John Manson.

Members of the Robertson and Middleton Family , Cortes Island

From left: Margaret Robertson, Margaret Middleton (daughter of Bert Middleton and niece of Harry M.), Anna Manson (visiting Mrs. David Robertson), Duncan Robertson, and Alan Robertson. Photo taken July, 1916 in Whaletown on Cortes Island.

Members of the Forrest family in canoe at Heydon Lake

The Tugboat "Active" in Bull Passage

Wood, Armitage, and Toby the dog at Refuge Cove, West Redonda Island

Alfred Luoma Family, Granite Bay, Quadra Island

Left to right: Silvia, Alfred, unknown, unknown, unknown, Mrs. Luoma, Elma.

Paul and Roy Marlatt in a wooden rowboat

The Marlatt family homesteaded on Mary Island

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.

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

From left: Frank Alfred Yeatman (born December 25, 1900), James Rayson Yeatman (February 14, 1890), Emma Rhoda Yeatman (born January 3, 1860), Fredrick Cook Yeatman (born January 7, 1894), Dorothy Gladys Yeatman (born October 1, 1898), Samuel George Yeatman (born January 27, 1892), Robert Ernest...

View of glacier at the head of Bute Inlet

View of the Grassy Bay, Loughborough Inlet, Toketie in background

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 Quadra Island settlers at first community picnic at Drew Harbour

Back row from left: Alfred Joyce, unknown, Mrs. H. Bull, Walter Joyce, Aleen Hughes, Mary Hughes, Sarah Hughes, William Hughes, Robert Grant Sr - M.L.A., Charlie De Neine. Seated: Johnny Hughes, Harold Hood, Roy Hood, Mr. H. Bull and baby Cecil, Sam West, Mrs. Hughes, and Weaver Jones. Robert Grant...

School picnic on Stuart Island

Sarah Madsen in middle, possibly her brother in front.

Francis and Amy Barrow in 1907

View of glacier at the head of Bute Inlet

Harvesting time at the Yeatmans' Sunny Side Farm, Quadra Island

August and Zaida Schnarr's daughters at their homestead

From left to right: Marion, Pansy and Pearl Schnarr with McPhee's puppies at their Bute Inlet homestead.