Columbia Coast Mission ship crew

Jim Stanton, on bottom left in sweater with crew of one of the Columbia Coast Mission Boats. Likley taken at the dock at the Stantons' home at Knight Inlet.

View of Blind Channel Cannery, Thurlow Island

The Blind Channel cannery was built in 1916 by W.E. Anderson who also owned the cannery at Quathiaski Cove, Quadra Island.

August and Zaida Schnarr's daughters in front of cages

Left to right; Marion, Pearl, Pansy. This photograph was taken at the Schnarr family homestead at Bute Inlet. The girls are standing in front of the marten and mink cages.

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

Mr. Pettingell, a missionary, getting ready for camp

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

Children at Cape Mudge school

Students in front of school at Cape Mudge, 1941-1942.

Students at Quadra Island School, possibly working on a garden

Tipton's house at Surge Narrows, Read Island

Miss Strange of Whaletown, Cortes Island

Johnny Manson and his Dog, Jack

Photograph taken at the Manson holdings Sunny Brae Farm, Mansons Landing.

Dead deer at August Schnarr’s place, Bute Inlet

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.

Emma and Dot Yeatman, Quadra Island

Emma Yeatman listening to her daughter play the piano in the family home.

First school on the Cape Mudge Reserve

This school was built by the Federal Government at the We Wai Kai's village at Cape Mudge.

W.E. Anderson, owner operator of the Quathiaski Canning Company, at his home in Vancouver

Members of the Forrest family at Shoal Bay

Clockwise from left: Ann "Tottie" holding Ann, James Forrest, and Ann Barber "Grannie" Shoal Bay, Thurlow Island. James and Ann Forrest were early settlers at Shoal Bay, Thurlow Island.

The wharf at Port Neville

Hans Hansen of Port Neville with his children

Hans Hansen with children (tentatively) Arthur, Lilly, Edith, and Olaf.

Granite Bay residents skating on the frozen Granite Bay Harbour

Nicol Madson on Candlemas Day on Cortes Island

The second Heriot Bay Hotel, Quadra Island

The second Heriot Bay Hotel, was built by Hosea Bull, This building burned shortly after completion. It opened December 27, 1911 and burned May 11, 1912. A replacement was built shortly thereafter.

Social gathering at the Anderson family home in Quathiaski Cove

Welcome Figures at Cape Mudge, Quadra Island

The Port Neville forest fire

This is likely Billy Hansen's logging camp which is where the forest fire started in 1924.

Beach in front of Cape Mudge Lighthouse and Fog Station, Quadra Island

The Lighthouse station was established in 1898. Cape Mudge Beacon was built in 1915.