The Yeatman Home, Quadra Island

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

Schnarr family floathouse on the beach

View of Hans Hansen's Ranch at Port Neville, B.C.

Photograph was taken approximately 1900.

August Schnarr and Mrs. Williams with cougar shot by Schnarr

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

Bringing in the hay at the Hansen farm, Port Neville, B.C.

Group of Quadra Island school children

Mountain climbers getting directions from Jim Stanton

Jim Stanton, on right showing mountain climbers proper route for climbing up Mt. Waddington. Jim Stanton was a long time Knight Inlet resident.

August and Zaida Schnarr's daughters having a bath

From right; Pearl, Pansy and Marion Schnarr in bathtub at their home at Bute Inlet in the 1920s.

Orphanage Picnic at the first Heriot Bay Hotel

Picnic group assembled on beach in front of the first Heriot Bay Hotel which was built about 1905 by Hosea A. Bull. This group of orphans is from Vancouver. The second Mrs. Bull (wife of Hosea) is at right rear (in hat), Frank Gagne is at the front, Billy St. Denis is on extreme left, and possibly...

Jim Stanton with gear and bear hide, Knight Inlet, B.C.

Jim Stanton, on right with helper Jack Clark and equipment for a hunting party. Grizzly bear hide on stretcher in background.

The Union Steamship, Cowichan, at Quathiaski Cove

Joy Walker and friend on Mrs. McPherson's horse

Mrs. McPherson was the local school teacher.

Pictograph at Kingcome Inlet

View of Granite Bay showing the floats and wharf

Written on back of postcard: "Dear Jessie, A view of Granite Bay to wish you a very Happy Easter." -Henry (Jessie is Agnes Twidle's sister) Henry and his wife Agnes were early settlers in the Granite Bay area.

Chicken yard and outbuildings at Marlatt family homestead, Mary Island

Percy Belsons float camp near Dent Island

Union Steamship, Camosun, at Knox Bay

Union Steamship, Camosun, docked at the wharf at Knox Bay where P.B. Anderson's logging operation was located.

Mrs. James A. Nixon of Twin Islands with string of sausages

Captain Nixon reared, slaughtered, and made sausages of the pigs. Mrs. Nixon made the pork pies. See also photograph no. 5920.

Portrait of R.J. Walker, Quadra Island's first teacher

Read Island pioneers in front of Tipton's store, Surge Narrows

Agnes Twidle admiring blossoms on a tree in her garden at Granite Bay

Agnes and her husband Henry settled in Granite Bay in 1911.

View of remains at Cheslakees village, Nimpkish River

Village known by name of "WHULGU" - information from original catalog.

Picnic gathering on Quadra Island

Gathering includes members of the W.E. Anderson Family. Mrs. Anderson is second woman on the right.

Two of the Eilel Family's children with their toy dolls

The Eilel family lived at Princess Louisa Inlet.

Group Reading the Newspaper at Mansons Landing

Group sitting on the clothesline stand, reading the newspaper (the steamship had delivered its weekly mail run). Back row, from left: George Freeman, Henry (Hank) Herrewig, Hazel Herrewig, Doris Hawkins, May Spence (teacher), and Wilfred Manson. In front, from left: Violet Herrewig (married July...