Mrs. Knox with a carving at the Cape Mudge Village, Quadra Island

Alfred Joyce and Family of Quadra Island

The girl with the bow in her hair is Helen Andrews of Courtenay.

Earthquake damage on Read Island

Earthquake took place on June 5, 1946 and was 7.3 on the Richter Scale.

Homathko Canyon

Site of a Schnarr trapline in the 1920s and 30s. Three iron pins are visible (circled in pen) from Waddington’s trail.

Tipton's store on Read Island, Surge Narrows

Float at Simoon Sound

The Dunsmiths and friends on the float at Simoon Sound. Tied up the float is the store, post office, and school.

Anna Marie and Rose Manson of Cortes Island

Quadra Island May Day, 1958

Back row from left: Glen Fair, Jack Grafton, Dennis Brendeland, and Sandy Billy. Front row from right: Shirley Basset, Carolyn Grafton, Christine Ogren, and Vicki Assu.

Quathiaski Sawmill and Cannery

View of the Quathiaski Cove Sawmill (on left) and Cannery (on right).

Dot Yeatman on the front steps of the family home, Quadra Island

View of Schnarr house at their homestead at Bute Inlet

The second Heriot Bay Hotel, Quadra Island

August and Zaida Schnarr's daughters at their homestead

August Schnar and Ed Atkins with dead wolf

Schnarr is on the left and Atkins is on the right. Photograph taken somewhere in the Bute Inlet area.

Homestead on Mary Island

The Marlatt family's log cabin.

Children on beach during at Stuart Island

Photograph was taken during a school picnic. Note the life jacket worn by the girl on the right.

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

Social gathering on Read Island

The Blind Channel Cannery under construction

Gary and Win Keeling of Read Island

The Port Neville forest fire

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

Edward McAllister with his mother Mae McAllister (nee Anderson)

Photograph was taken on the verandah of the Anderson family home. This was his first year at Quathiaski Cove.

Jim and Laurette Stanton in front of their home, Knight Inlet, B.C.

The Stantons in front of their log cabin at Dutchman's Head, Knight Inlet. Photograph was taken on July 1st, 1961.

Logging at the Schnarr place, Bute Inlet

View of the logging slash behind August Schnarr's homestead at Bute Inlet.

Jim Stanton with book Grizzlies in their back yard

Jim Stanton with a copy of the book which was based on his experiences living at the head of Knight Inlet with his wife Laurette. Photograph was taken April 2, 1964.