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Charles Kahn Collection

The Charles Kahn Collection

Akerman, Joe and Ernest Harrison, 1958

5 x 7” snapshot of Joe Akerman and Ernest Harrison, probably taken at Harbour House in 1958.

I PIONEER REUNION

II. AKERMAN FAMILY

III. AKERMAN, JOSEPH

IV. HARRISON FAMILY

V. HARRISON, ERNEST

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.001

St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church

41/2”x61/4” snapshot of St Paul’s Roman Catholic Church in Fulford Harbour, showing the congregation leaving a mass and including horse and buggy transportation. Credit: SSI Archives

I. ST PAUL’S CHURCH

II. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCHES

III. FULFORD HARBOUR

IV. TRANSPORTATION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.002

Bittancourt house

5 x 8” snapshot of Bittancourt House at Ganges

I. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

II. HOUSES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.003

next image is a key for IDing people in this photo

Picnic at Walker Hook

5 x 7” snapshot of a picnic at Walker Hook. Photo supplied by Simone Chantelu.

I. RECREATION

II. WALKER HOOK

III. CHANTELU FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.004

ID key for previous image

May Queen and her attendants, c. 1930

3 x 5” b/w snapshot (and 5 x 7” copy) of May Queen and her attendants representing different island schools, c. 1930. From left to right, Nan Ruckle (Beaver Point), Mary Lacy (Isabella Point), Queen Mary Hague (Ganges), Victoria Thompson (Fulford-Burgoyne Valley), Ann Allan (Divide), Jessie Nobbs (Cranberry Marsh)

Footnote: The Divide School was always called the Divide school by islanders, but officialdom in Victoria called it the Ganges School - because it came first (1896) and the school district was registered as Ganges. When part of this large school district was separated off into three school districts (c.1911), their names were the Cranberry, Ganges (the Divide) and Ganges Harbour. Because, when the Ganges Harbour school was started Leonard Tolson’s Ganges Private School had been in operation for some time, the islanders called the Ganges Harbour School the “Ganges Public School”. (This schoolhouse is, today, the Dukes’ Road Roman Catholic church) In 1930, Mary Hague definitely went to the Ganges Public School (Ganges Harbour its official name).

I. RECREATION VII. NOBBS, JESSIE

II. RUCKLE, NAN

III. LACY, MARY

IV. HAGUE, MARY

V. THOMPSON, VICTORIA

VI. ALLAN, ANN

VII. SCHOOLS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.005

McAfee, Bill’s sawmill

3 x 5” snapshot of Bill McAfee’s sawmill on Vesuvius Bay Road, one of the first Singer mills on Salt Spring. Left to right (standing) Florence McAfee (Bill’s mother), Jim Gava, Art Longbottom, Tony Gava, Ted Parsons, Andrew “Shorty” McAfee, Ed Hoyles, Bill Evans, Archie Hoyles; (seated) Bill McAfee, Jock Goodrich.

I. LOGGING

II. MCAFEE FAMILY

III. GAVA FAMILY

IV. PARSONS, TED

V. EVANS, BILL

VI. GOODRICH, JOCK

VII. HOYLES FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.006

Lumovitch, Mike’s steam donkey

3 x 5” b/w photo of Mike Lumovitch’s steam donkey at work

I LOGGING

II LUMOVITCH, MIKE

III. STEAM DONKEYS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.007

Cusheon Cove Mill

3 x 5” b/w snapshot of the Cusheon Cove sawmill owned by the Bulman family

I. LOGGING

II. BULMAN FAMILY

III. CUSHEON COVE

IV. ALLISON FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.008

Spar tree ready for work

3 x 5” snapshot of a spar tree ready for work. A donkey engine dragged logs more than 300 metres to the tree using a cable-and-pulley system

I. LOGGING

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.009

Spar tree being topped

3 x 5” snapshot of a spar tree being topped

I. LOGGING

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.010

Spar tree being topped

Detail of previous snapshot of a spar tree being topped

I. LOGGING

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.010i

Beech, Cyril horse logging

2 x 3” snapshot of Cyril Beech horse logging, using his team of Percherons to haul logs at Ganges Harbour. Photo supplied by Cyril Beech.

I. LOGGING

II. BEECH FAMILY

III. BEECH, CYRIL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.011

Bullock on horseback

4.6 x 6.3” snapshot of Harry Wright Bullock on horseback; photo by Jesse Bond

I. BULLOCK, HARRY WRIGHT

II. BULLOCK COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.012

Bullock’s house, 1910

4.5 x 6.3” snapshot of Harry Wright Bullock’s house with two Japanese employees standing beside it on the right; photo by Jesse Bond

I. BULLOCK, HARRY

II. HOUSES

III. JAPANESE

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.013

Crofton Family Photo was taken by Fred Crofton (father of the seven D’s, husband of Nona) "after the war" (WW2) Desmond (bottom right), who returned wounded, has his arm in a sling. Identified by Denise Crofton.

5”x7” photograph of the Fred Crofton Family.

Left to right back: Diana (Di) Shove, Denise, Dulcie,

Mrs. Crofton (Nona Wilson), Doreen Morris

Seated: Dermot, Patrick (Paddy), Desmond (Des)

I. CROFTON FAMILY

II. CROFTON, FRED

III. CROFTON, DESMOND

IV. CROFTON, PATRICK

V. CROFTON, DERMOT

VI. WILSON FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.014

Mouat, Betty and Jimmy Rogers

5”x7” photo of Betty (Morrison) Mouat and Jimmy Rogers walking down the street in Victoria, B.C. c1946.

I. MOUAT, BETTY

II. ROGERS, JIMMY

III. MORRISON, BETTY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.015

Bullock and two of his boys

4 x 6” snapshot of Harry Wright Bullock posing with two of his boys photo by Jesse Bond

I. BULLOCK, HARRY WRIGHT

II BULLOCK COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.016

Bullock’s drawing room

4.5 X 6.5” snapshot of the drawing room in Harry Wright Bullock’s house; photo by Jesse Bond

I. BULLOCK, HARRY

II. HOUSES

III. JESSE BOND COLLECTION

IV. FURNISHINGS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.017

Akerman, Bob shearing sheep

3.5 x 5.5” snapshot of Bob Akerman hand-shearing sheep with two of his sons on Bob Akerman’s farm. Photo supplied by Bob Akerman.

I. AKERMAN FAMILY

II. AKERMAN, BOB

III. AGRICULTURE

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.018

Fisher, Maria Mahoi/Douglas/, 1885

4.5 x 6.5” b/w snapshot portrait of Maria Mahoi/Douglas/Fisher at age 30 in 1885. Credit: Karey Litton

I. MAHOI, MARIA

II. DOUGLAS FAMILY

III. FISHER FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.019

Peavine house

3 x 5” b/w snapshot of the Peavine house with a woman holding a baby in the doorway

I. BUILDINGS

II. PEAVINE FAMILY

III. RUCKLE PARK

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.020

Stevens’ boarding house, c. 1910

4.5 x 6.3” snapshot of Stevens’s boarding house

I. STEVENS FAMILY

II. HOUSES

III. HOTELS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.021

Naukana, William c. 1880

5 x 7” snapshot of William Naukana. Photo supplied by Paul Roland.

I. NAUKANA, WILLIAM

II. ROLAND FAMILY

III. KANAKAS

IV. HAWAIIANS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.022

Sampson, Henry

3 x 3.5” snapshot of Henry Sampson. Poor quality photo of a framed portrait. Photo supplied by Rocky Sampson.

I. SAMPSON FAMILY

II. SAMPSON, HENRY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.023

Sampson, Lucy Peatson

3 x 3” snapshot of Lucy Peatson Sampson. Poor quality photo of framed portrait. Photo supplied by Rocky Sampson.

I. SAMPSON FAMILY

II. PEATSON, LUCY

III. COWICHAN FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.024

Pozzolan plant at Welbury Bay, c. 1962

4 x 6” snapshot of the Pozzolan plant at Welbury Bay. Photo supplied by Don Morrison, the plant manager

I. INDUSTRY

II. HOLDFAST COMPANY

III. MORRISON, DON

IV. WELBURY BAY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.025

Stark, Emma

5 x 7” snapshot of Emma Stark. Photo supplied by Myrtle Holloman.

I. STARK FAMILY

II. STARK, EMMA

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.026

Formby House, c. 1918

3 x 5.2” snapshot of Formby House private school on Ganges hill.

I. SCHOOLS, PRIVATE

II. ASHTON, KATHLEEN

III. CROPPER, LEONARD

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.027

Tahouney, Paul (Kahana)

4 x 6” portrait of Paul Tahouney (Kahana)

I. TAHOUNEY FAMILY

II. KAHANA FAMILY

III. KANAKAS

IV. HAWAIIANS

V. TAHOUNEY, PAUL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.028

Bond, Jesse and deer

3.5 x 5.5” snapshot of a young Jesse Bond hunting with a dead deer draped around his neck

I. BOND COLLECTION

II. BOND, JESSE

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.029

Boat day at Ganges wharf, c. 1900

3 x 5.5” snapshot of boat day at Ganges wharf with people milling about, parked wagons, and a dog walking along the road in the foreground.

I. TRANSPORTATION\

II. BUILDINGS

III. BULLOCK COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.030

Bittancourt Family

5”X8” photograph copy of the Bittancourt Family, from left: Bert Bittancourt; A.R. Bittancourt; Mrs A.R. Bittancourt; Lyndell Bittancourt.

Undated.

I. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

II. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

III. BITTANCOURT, A.R.

IV. BITTANCOURT, BERT

V. BITTANCOURT, LYNDELL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.031

Bittancourt,

5”X8” photograph copy of

I. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

II. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

III. BITTANCOURT,

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.032

5”X8” photograph copy of Bert and Lyndell Bittancourt when they were young children. They are aboard an unidentified ferry or ship on what appears to be fairly rough seas.

I. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

II. BITTANCOURT, BERT

III. BITTANCOURT, LYNDELL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.033

Bullock’s house, 1910

2.5 x 6.3” snapshot of Harry Wright Bullock’s house.

Photo credit: Jesse Bond

I. BULLOCK FAMILY

II. HOUSES

III. JESSE BOND COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.034

Bittancourt, Capt. and Mrs. Abraham Reid

5 x 7” snapshot of Capt. and Mrs. A. R. Bittancourt, parents of Lyndell and Bert

I. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

II. BITTANCOURT, ABRAHAM REID

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.035

Maxwell, Samuel

4.5 x 6” snapshot of Samuel Maxwell, son of John Maxwell. Photo supplied by Barb Lyngard.

I. MAXWELL FAMILY

II. MAXWELL, SAMUEL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.036

Maxwell, Elisa

5 x 7” snapshot of Elisa Maxwell. Photo supplied by Barb Lyngard.

I. MAXWELL FAMILY

II. MAXWELL, ELISA

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.037

Maxwell, Mary and family

4.5 x 7” Snapshot of Mary Maxwell, daughter of John Maxwell, her husband, Anton Lindberg; and daughters Marie and Anna. Photo supplied by Barb Lyngard.

I. MAXWELL FAMILY

II. MAXWELL, MARY

III. LINDBERG, ANTON

IV. MAXWELL, MARIE

V. MAXWELL, ANNA

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.038

Maxwell, David

5 x 7” snapshot of David Maxwell in army uniform. Photo supplied by Barb Lyngard.

I. MAXWELL FAMILY

II. MAXWELL, DAVID

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.039

Maxwell, David

3.3 x 7.5” snapshot of David Maxwell in army uniform. Photo supplied by Barb Lyngard.

I. MAXWELL FAMILY

II. MAXWELL, DAVID

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.040

Vesuvius Lodge and wharf, c.1907

5 x 7.5” snapshot of the Vesuvius Lodge and store with Charles Appleby on the wharf

I. HOTELS

II. VESUVIUS BAY

III. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

IV. HOUSES

V. APPLEBY, CHARLES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.041

Hockey Players, c. 1912

3.2 x 5.4” original and 5 x 7” copy snapshot of Salt Spring hockey players: (standing) Dunn Halley, Mrs. Sadie Lang, Vernon Case-Morris, Miss Freda Lang, Norman Heaton, Pat Fry; (front seated) Basil Cartwright, Mrs. Daisy Cartwright, Tom Lang, Mrs. Violet Case-Morris.

I. SPORTS VII. HEATON, NORMAN

II. HOCKEY VIII. FRY, PAT

III. HALLEY, DUNN

IV. CARTWRIGHT FAMILY

V. LANG FAMILY

VI. CASE-MORRIS FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.043

Winimac

5”x71/2” snapshot of the Bittancourt launch, Winimac

I. WINIMAC

II. BITTANCOURT, REID

III. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.044

MV Cy Peck

5 x 7” b/w snapshot of the MV Cy Peck at sea

I. MV CY PECK

II. FERRIES

III. SHIPPING

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.045

Mahon Hall during an early fall fair

3 x 5.5” snapshot of Mahon Hall during an early fall fair; photo by Jesse Bond

I. MAHON HALL

II. BUILDINGS

III. JESSE BOND COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.046

Canadian Scottish 16TH regiment

4.8 x 7.5” snapshot of 16th Canadian Scottish regiment in front of "Chicken House School"

I. ARMED FORCES

II. CHICKEN HOUSE SCHOOL

III. WWII

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.047

Storefront in Ganges

5”x7” late 40s, early 50s photo of a Ganges storefront with three men standing in front: Mr. Taylor, Dave Kilkenny and Mr. Pixton (sic). The latter two, from White Rock, are in work clothes and appear to be renovating the store. Mr. Taylor may be in charge of the reno. SSIA

I. STORES

II. TAYLOR, MR.

III. KILKENNY, DAVE

IV. GANGES

V. BUSINESS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.048

Milking cows in tandem on Bullock farm, 1912

3.5 x 5.5” snapshot of “Bowsie” Bowes-Elliot (?), Betty Dunnell, Steve Dunnell, and Bill Palmer milking cows on Harry Wright Bullock’s farm; photo by Jesse Bond

I. DUNNELL FAMILY

I. BULLOCK, HARRY WRIGHTI.

II. PALMER, WILLIAM

III. FARMING

V BOND, JESSE

VI. BOWES-ELLIOT, ‘BOWSIE’

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.049

Beaver Point Road construction

4.5 x 6.5” b/w snapshot of the construction of Beaver Point Road, including Dick Maxwell and others (source: Val Gyves)

I. BEAVER POINT

II. MAXWELL, DICK

III. ROAD CONSTRUCTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.050

SS Princess Joan at Fulford Harbour

31/4x43/4 snapshot of the SS Princess Joan at Fulford Harbour wharf, with village buildings in foreground.

I. SS PRINCESS JOAN

II. FULFORD HARBOUR

III. WHARVES

IV. SHIPPING

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.051

John Mollet home

4 x 5.5” snapshot of John Carter Mollet’s home in the Burgoyne Valley, showing the water ram.

I. MOLLET FAMILY

II. GARDENING

III. HOUSES

IV. MOLLET, JOHN CARTER

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.052

Michael Gyves

4 x 6” snapshot of Michael Gyves. Photo supplied by Val Gyves.

I. GYVES FAMILY

II. GYVES, MICHAEL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.053

Dow Wahkwia (Mary Ann Gyves)

4 x 5.8” b/w snapshot of Dow Wahkwia (Mary Ann Gyves); source: Val Gyves

I. GYVES FAMILY

II. FIRST NATIONS

III. GYVES, MARY ANN

IV. DOW WAHKWIA

V. GYVES, VAL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.054

SS Princess Joan at Salt Spring wharf

3.3 x 5” b/w snapshot of the Joan at Salt Spring wharf, possibly Beaver Point

I. WHARVES

II. BOATS

III. SS PRINCESS JOAN

IV. SHIPPING

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.055

Unknown man

5”x61/2” portrait of an unknown man. Could be a teacher.

Photo credit: Bullock Collection

I. BULLOCK COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.056

Builders of St. Mark’s

4.5 x 6.2” snapshot of north enders identified by Mary Inglin: (top row) Walter Stevens, Charlie Beddis, ___ , ___ ; (4th row) ___ , John Norton, ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ ; (3rd row) Henry Stevens, Raffles Purdy, Jack Beddis, Henry Beddis, Lionel Beddis, ___ ; (2nd row) ___ , Decie Beddis, ___ , Mrs. Henry Stevens, Joel Broadwell, Fred Abbott; (front row) Myrtle Beddis, Geoffrey Beddis, ___ , ___ , Eva (Jenkins) Stevens.

I. BEDDIS FAMILY VI. BROADWELL FAMILY

II. PURDY FAMILY VII. INGLIN, MARY

III. STEVENS FAMILY

IV. ABBOTT, FRED

V. NORTON, JOHN

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.057

St. Paul’s Church with carriage, Fulford

4.5 x 6.5” b/w snapshot of St. Paul’s Church with Harry Bullock in a horse-drawn carriage in front

I. TRANSPORTATION

II. CHURCHES

III. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

IV. FULFORD HARBOUR

V. BULLOCK, HARRY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.058

Broadwells’ home and post office

4.5 x 6” snapshot of Joel and Amanda Broadwells’ store and post office with St. Mark’s church behind at lower right, taken from Portlock Park.

I. BROADWELL FAMILY

II. HOUSES

III. STORES

IV. POST OFFICES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.059

Beauty contest at Drummond Park, c. 1917

3 x 5” b/w snapshot of a beauty contest at Drummond Park, Fulford, c. 1917

I. AKERMAN FAMILY

I. RECREATION

III. FULFORD HARBOUR

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.060

Mouat Bros. Co. Ltd.

3.3 x 5.3” b/w front of Mouat Bros. Co. Ltd. with 1920s vehicles in front on dirt road

I. MOUAT BROS

II. AUTOMOBILES

III. STORES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.061

Mouat Brothers Store

41/2”x63/4” print of Mouat Bros with horse and buggy vehicles and patrons in front.

I. MOUAT BROS

II. TRANSPORTATION

III. GANGES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.062

Staff of Mouat Brothers store, c. 1907

5 x 7” snapshot of the staff of Mouat’s store

I. ROGERS, JIM

II. AKERMAN, BILL

III. MOUAT FAMILY

IV. HARRIS, DOUGLAS

V. CROFTON, FRED

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.063

Grandma’s Boarding House, c. 1915

3.5 x 5.5” snapshot of Grandma’s Boarding House (originally Mouat Brothers store) with new store to the right and a truck in front.
Photo from Colin Mouat

I. HOTELS

II. MOUAT FAMILY

III. STORES

IV. TRANSPORTATION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.064

St. Paul’s Church and Manse, Fulford

3 x 4.5” b/w snapshot of St. Paul’s Church and Manse taken from the east

I. CHURCHES

II. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

III. FULFORD HARBOUR

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.065

White Lodge and Bridge to St. Paul’s, Fulford

3 x 5” b/w snapshot of the White Lodge and the bridge joining it to St. Paul’s Church across the Fulford Harbour estuary

I. FULFORD HARBOUR

II. WHITE LODGE

III. BRIDGES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.066

Inaugural Day for Fulford Harbour-Swartz Bay Ferry

8”x10” enlargement of snapshot of the crowd gathered at the White Lodge, later, Fulford Inn, to celebrate the inaugural run of the Fulford Harbour-Swartz Bay Ferry.

I. FERRIES

II. WHITE LODGE

III. FULFORD HARBOUR

IV. MOUAT, GAVIN

V. TRANSPORTATION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.067

S.S.I. Field Hockey Team

3.2 x 5.4” b/w original snapshot of some members of the team

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.068

Ganges Hotel dining room, c. 1913

4.5 x 6.5” Jesse Bond snapshot of dining room at the Ganges Hotel.

I. HOTELS

II. JESSE BOND COLLECTION

III. GANGES HOTEL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.069

St. Paul’s Anglican Church

3.5 x 5.5” snapshot of St Paul’s Anglican Church, built in 1911 on Drake Road. Burned down.

I. CHURCHES

II. ANGLICAN CHURCH

III. BUILDINGS

IV. JESSE BOND COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.070

Candystripers at Lady Minto Gulf Islands Hospital, c. 1914

5 x 7” snapshot of candystripers at Lady Minto Gulf Islands Hospital. From top (left to right) Frances Cotsford, Miss Seymour, Janie Whims, Carrie Cotsford, Eva Jenkins, Edith Lund, May Nelson, Viva Woods, Marjorie Beech, Alma Woods, Emily Nobbs

I. LADY MINTO HOSPITAL VIII. NELSON, MAY

II. COTSFORD FAMILY IX. LUND, EDITH

III. WHIMS, JANEY X. MISS SEYMOUR

IV. JENKINS, EVA

V. WOODS FAMILY

VI. BEECH, MARJORIE

VII. NOBBS, EMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.071

Akerman, Bob atop log and truck

8 x 10” b/w snapshot of Bob Akerman standing atop a log six feet in diameter, on his 1942 GMC 6 x 6. Photo was taken in about 1954 in front of Akerman’s house.

I. AKERMAN FAMILY

II. LOGGING

III. TRANSPORTATION

IV. AKERMAN, BOB

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.072

Trage, Swanac (George)

41/8”x61/2”snapshot copy of Swanac George Trage, or Susanne Trage,

wife of Theodore Trage. Susanne was a sister of Mary Anne Gyves

I. TRAGE FAMILY

II. TRAGE, SWANAC OR SUSANNE

III. GYVES, MARY ANNE

IV. COWICHAN FIRST NATIONS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.073

Trage, Theodore

5 x 7” snapshot of Theodore Trage. Photo supplied by Barb Lyngard.

I. TRAGE FAMILY

II. TRAGE, THEODORE

III. LYNGARD, BARBARA

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.074

John Maxwell

4 x 6” snapshot of John Maxwell (identified as a redhead). Photo supplied by Barb Lyngard.

I. MAXWELL FAMILY

II. MAXWELL, JOHN

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.075

Cenotaph in Ganges, 1948

8 x 10” snapshot of the cenotaph in Ganges in front of the Ganges Pharmacy. This photograph was donated to the archives by M. Ramsey of Pharmasave, downtown Ganges.

I. CENOTAPH

II. GANGES

III WORLD WAR I

IV WORLD WAR II

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.076

Telephone exchange switchboard, c. 1949

8 x 10” snapshot of Dorothy (Elliott) Fanning and Elsy (Price) Perks at the telephone exchange switchboard in Ganges

I. TELEPHONE

II. ELLIOTT FAMILY

III. FANNING, DOROTHY (ELLIOTT

IV. PRICE FAMILY

V. PERKS, ELSY (PRICE)

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.077

Salt Spring Island Club, ca.1896

6 x 9.5” snapshot of Salt Spring Club members: from left (back row): Fred Smedley, Leonard Tolson, Frank Scott, Gerald Young, Hugo Robertshaw, Tom Scovell, Harold Scott; (front row) Frederick Foord, Jack Scovell, Dennis Baker, Howard Horel. Fred Smedly and Harold Scott drowned in 1898 when their boat overturned as they were crossing Ganges Harbour to the Scotts’ farm.

I. CLUBS VII. SMEDLEY FAMILY

II. RECREATION VIII. YOUNG, GERALD

III. HOREL, HOWARD IX. ROBERTSHAW, HUGO

IV. TOLSON, LEONARD X. FOORD, FREDERICK

V. SCOVELL FAMILY XI. BAKER, DENNIS

VI. SCOTT FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.078

Stevens and Broadwell families

8 x 10” snapshot of Stevens and Broadwell families: (back) Walter Stevens and Joel Broadwell; (front) Henry Stevens, Eva Jenkins, Anne Stevens, and Mary Amanda Broadwell

I. STEVENS FAMILY

II. BROADWELL FAMILY

III. JENKINS, EVA

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.079

St. Mark’s Anglican Church

5”x7” photo of St Mark’s Anglican Church at Central shortly after it was built by Samuel and Charles Beddis.

I. ST MARK’S CHURCH

II. ANGLICAN CHURCHES

III. BEDDIS, SAMUEL

IV. BEDDIS, CHARLES

V. CENTRAL SETTLEMENT

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.080

E. F. Wilson family

5 x 7” snapshot of Rev. E. F. Wilson. (Back row) Lee Wilson, (?), Keith Wilson, F. H. Walter; (middle row) Harry Alexander, Kathleen Wilson, Archibald Wilson, Rev. E. F. Wilson with baby Milita, Nona Wilson, Norman Wilson; (front row) Florence Wilson Borradaile, Evelyn Wilson Ritchie, Mrs. E. F. Wilson, Mrs. Archibald Wilson with baby Muriel, Winnifred Wilson.

I. WILSON FAMILY

II. BORRADAILE FAMILY

III. RITCHIE FAMILY (Evelyn m. Tolson 1st)

IV. WALTER FAMILY

V. ALEXANDER, HARRY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.081

Purdy, Raffles

4.3 x 7” portrait of Raffles Augustus Robert Purdy; photo by Jesse Bond

I. PURDY FAMILY

II. JESSE BOND COLLECTION

III. SCHOOLS

IV. PURDY, RAFFLES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.082

Caldwell House

.

I. CALDWELL FAMILY

II. HOUSES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.083

The Traveller’s Rest, c. 1980

6.5 x 10” b/w snapshot of The Traveller’s Rest, built by Joseph Akerman in the 1860s and opened as Salt Spring’s first rooming house and inn in 1884

I. AKERMAN FAMILY

II. BUILDINGS

III. INNS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.084

St. Mark’s Church (Anglican)

4.5 x 6.3” b/w snapshot of St. Mark’s Anglican Church taken from the road and showing the surrounding land and outbuildings

I. CHURCHES

II. ANGLICAN CHURCH

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.085

St. Mary’s Church (Anglican), Fulford

4.5 x 6.3” b/w snapshot (two copies) of St. Mary’s Anglican Church

I. CHURCHES

II. FULFORD HARBOUR

III. ANGLICAN CHURCH

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.086

John Patton Booth

8 x 10” snapshot of John Patton Booth (BCARS A-1092)

I. BOOTH FAMILY

II. POLITICS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.087

Tshuanahusset

8 x 10” snapshot of Tshuanahusset of the Halalt nation, executed for the murders of William Robinson and Giles Curtis (BCARS F-8822)

I. CRIME

II. HALALT NATION

III. TSHUANAHUSSET

IV. ROBINSON, WILLIAM

V. CURTIS, GILES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.088

Beddis House

8”x10” enlargement of a snapshot of the Samuel Beddis home and property showing some still uncleared fields. (BCARS – PN 8467)

I. BEDDIS FAMILY

II. BEDDIS, SAMUEL

III. HOUSES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.089

The Forward

8 x 10” snapshot of British gunboat, The Forward, c. 1861.

(BCARS PDP 01136)

I. SHIPS

II. ROYAL NAVY

III. LAW AND ORDER

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.090

Polling booth, Salt Spring Island, January 13, 1860

8 x 10” drawing by Edward Mallandaine of a polling booth (probably Jonathan Beggs’s store) (BCARS 1279)

I. ELECTIONS

II. MALLANDAINE, EDWARD

III. BEGGS, JONATHAN

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.091

Ferry service inauguration

8”x10” enlargement of photo

Cy Peck, for whom the inaugural ferry is named. From left: Cy Peck,? ,?, Harry W. Bullock and unidentified man.

I.

II. PECK, CY

III. BULLOCK, HARRY W.

IV. FERRIES

V. TRANSPORTATION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.092

Stark, Marie and Louise Stark

8”x10” enlargement of snapshot of Marie and Louise Stark, daughters of Sylvia and Louis Stark. (BCARS credit)

I. STARK FAMILY

II. STARK, MARIE

III. STARK, LOUISE

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.093

Spotts, Fielding William

8x10 photograph of Fielding William Spotts. Fielding William Spotts, the second son of Fielding Spotts and his wife Julie Ann. The parents pre-empted Lot 6, Range 2 on Salt Spring in 1859. They had abandoned the pre-emption well before 25 May 1860, according to a letter from Henry W. Robinson requesting permission to take over the pre-emption.

Fielding had a place on Pioneer St, Victoria, from Feb. 1859, and worked as a cooper nearby on Herald St. On 1 November 1860 he purchased 100 acres in "South Saanich" and later moved his family there after building a log cabin.

The photo appeared in "The Province" newspaper on 29 May 1935 p.7 accompanying an interview with Fielding William, then aged 75.

I. SPOTTS, FIELDING WILLIAM

II. BLACK COMMUNITY

III. PRE-EMPTORS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.094

Akerman Farm haying

6”x8” photograph of haying crew on the Ted Akerman farm on the site of today’s firehall. C1910. James Akerman, Mike Gyves, Sr. Mike Gyves, Jr. Tom Jackson and Ted Akerman. Courtesy Bob Akerman.

I. AKERMAN FAMILY

II. GYVES FAMILY

III. JACKSON, TOM

IV. FARMING

V. AGRICULTURE

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.095

Vesuvius Bay dock and beach

8 x 10” snapshot of Vesuvius Bay dock and beach (PABC photo, catalogue no. HP70609, negative no. D-6616)

I. VESUVIUS BAY

II. DOCKS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.096

Burgoyne Valley School

8”x10” glossy enlargement of Burgoyne Valley Schoolhouse with school population pictured in front. This school was built in 1898. When is closes it was converted into a residence and has since been further converted into a modern home. The teacher is Katie Furness who taught in the school 1900 and 1901.

I. BURGOYNE VALLEY SCHOOL

II. SCHOOLS

III. BURGOYNE VALLEY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.097

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Accession number: CKC. 998a 162.098a

Kahana-Nui, Jennie with children

8”x10” glossy background with two small snapshots:

One of Jennie Kahana-Nui with her children and the other of Mary Anne and son Ernest Shealt (sic), women of Hawaiian descent and probable ancestors of the Roland family of Salt Spring Island.

I. KAHANA-NUI, JENNIE

II. SHEALT, MARY ANNE

III. SHEALT, ERNEST

IV. ROLAND FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998b 162.098b

Cusheon Cove sawmill (?)

3 x 5” b/w photo of buildings and sawmill machinery

I. BULMAN FAMILY

II. SAWMILLS

III. CUSHEON COVE

IV. ALLISON FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.099

Gordon Cudmore’s log dump

3.5 x 5.5” snapshot of Gordon Cudmore’s log dump along Isabella Pt. Road. Photo supplied by Gordon Cudmore.

I. LOGGING

II. CUDMORE, GORDON

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.100

Cusheon Cove sawmill

3.5 x 5” b/w photo of log dump and sluice at Bulman-Allison mill in Cusheon Cove

I. ALLISON FAMILY

II. SAWMILLS

III. CUSHEON COVE

IV. BULMAN FAMILY

V. BULMAN-ALLISON MILL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.101

Cyril Beech horse logging

2 x 3” snapshot of Cyril Beech horse logging, using his team of Percherons to roll logs into the water at the foot of Ganges hill. Photo supplied by Cyril Beech.

I. LOGGING

II. BEECH, CYRIL

III. GANGES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.102

Fairacres Schoolhouse, c. 1910

5.5 x 3.2” snapshot of exterior of Fairacres, Leonard Tolson’s, schoolhouse (Photo supplied by Geoff Ballard.

I. TOLSON FAMILY

II. SCHOOLS

III. TOLSON, LEONARD

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.103

Fairacres exterior, c. 1910

5.5 x 3.3.2” snapshot of drawing room at Fairacres, Leonard Tolson’s home. Photo supplied by Geoff Ballard.

I. TOLSON FAMILY

II. HOUSES

III. TOLSON, LEONARD

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.104

Fairacres Drawing Room, c. 1910

3 x 4.2” snapshot of drawing room at Fairacres, Leonard Tolson’s home. Photo supplied by Geoff Ballard.

I. TOLSON FAMILY

II. HOUSES

III. FURNISHINGS

IV. TOLSON, LEONARD

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.105

Fairacres Drawing Room, c. 1910

3 x 4.2” snapshot of drawing room at Fairacres, Leonard Tolson’s home. Photo supplied by Geoff Ballard.

I. TOLSON FAMILY

II. HOUSES

III. FURNISHINGS

IV. TOLSON, LEONARD

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.106

Burgoyne United Church

4.5 x 3.5” b/w snapshot of Burgoyne United Church on left with Fulford-Ganges Road in centre of photo

I. FULFORD HARBOUR

II. CHURCHES

III. METHODIST CHURCH.

IV. UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA

V. FULFORD-GANGES ROAD

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.107

Ganges Baseball Team

I.

3.3 x 2” b/w snapshot of Ganges baseball team, with the following nine identified players (1930s?): Ed Reynolds, Angus Maxwell, Frank Downey, Jim Akerman, Fred Morris, Ray Morris, Vern Douglas, Bill Coopsie, Tom Isherwood

I. BASEBALL

II. SPORTS

III. REYNOLDS FAMILY

IV. MAXWELL FAMILY

V. MORRIS FAMILY

VI. COOPSIE FAMILY

VII. ISHERWOOD FAMILY

VIII. DOUGLAS FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.108

Cub pack, 1938

4 x 6.3” b/w photocopy of Lieutenant-Governor Eric Hamber visiting the Gulf Islands in 1938 and inspecting a local Cub Pack, accompanied by MacGregor MacIntosh, local Conservative MLA for the Gulf Islands. Cub pack leader Atholl Cropper. Cub members included Jack Seymour Kenrick Price, Bob Rush, Fred May, and George Henn

I. RECREATION VIII. HENN, GEORGE

II. HAMBER, ERIC

III. MACINTOSH, MACGREGOR

IV. CROPPER, ATHOLL

V. SEYMOUR, JACK

VI RUSH, BOB

VII. MAY, FRED

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.109

Docks and beach at Ganges

3 x 3.5” b/w snapshot of Ganges docks in foreground, logs on beach behind, and the Trading Company on the horizon

I. GANGES

II. TRADING COMPANY

III. LOGGING

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.110

Fulford Harbour with buildings

3.3 x 4.7” b/w snapshot of the head of Fulford Harbour showing early-nineteenth-century buildings

I. BUILDINGS

II. FULFORD HARBOUR

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.111

Fulford Harbour bridge

1.5 x 5” b/w snapshot of the bridge across the head of Fulford Harbour,

with the estuary in the foreground, looking across to Reginald Hill

I. BRIDGES

II. FULFORD HARBOUR

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.112

Fulford Harbour bridge

3 x 5” b/w snapshot of the bridge across the head of Fulford Harbour looking from St Paul’s Churchyard towards Fulford village.

I. FULFORD HARBOUR

II. BRIDGES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.113

Lacy, Arthur playing tennis on his tennis court, 1935

1.5 x 2.3” b/w snapshot of Arthur Lacy playing tennis on his tennis court in 1935

I. TENNIS

II. SPORTS

III. LACY FAMILY

IV. LACY, ARTHUR

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.114

Hamilton family tennis court, 1930s (?)

4 x 2.5” b/w snapshot of four people playing tennis on the Hamilton family tennis court in the ca1930s. Players identified as Kathleen Lacy, Cy Peck, Joan Logan, and ? Eaton. Also in the picture in foreground are Clive Hamilton and Mary Lacy.

I. TENNIS

II. SPORTS

III. LACY FAMILY

IV. HAMILTON FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.115

Hamilton family tennis court, ca1930s

2 x 3.5” b/w snapshot of Violet (Hamilton)McClaron and Bea Hamilton standing beside the net of the Hamilton family tennis court in the ca1930s.

I. TENNIS

II. SPORTS

III. HAMILTON FAMILY

IV. HAMILTON, BEA

V. MCCLARON, VIOLET (HAMILTON)

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.116

Burgoyne Bay School

3 x 5” b/w snapshot of Burgoyne Bay School in the 1930s with car in front

I. SCHOOLS

II. BURGOYNE BAY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.117

Ganges being painted

3.5 x 5.3” b/w snapshot of the Ganges, Malcolm and Purvis and later Mouat Bros. boat being painted by two workmen

I. GANGES

II. MALCOLM AND PURVIS

III. MOUAT BROS.

IV. BOATS

V. BUSINESS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.118

Cocking hay on Bullock’s farm, 1911

3 x 5.5” snapshot of employees cocking hay on Harry Wright Bullock’s farm with Bullock’s house in the background. Photo by Jesse Bond

I. BULLOCK FAMILY

II. FARMING

III. HOUSES

IV. JESSE BOND COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.119

Threshing with Bill Palmer and Cyril Beech

2.5 x 4.5” b/w snapshot of Bill Palmer and Cyril Beech threshing

I. FARMING

11. THRESHING

I. PALMER, BILL

IV. BEECH, CYRIL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.120

Harrison farm on St. Mary Lake

3.5 x 5” b/w snapshot of John(sic) Harrison’s farm on the west side of St. Mary Lake, showing some farm buildings and the lake in the background

I. HARRISON FAMILY

II. FARMING

III. ST. MARY LAKE

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.121

Threshing

2.8 x 4.5” b/w snapshot of completing threshing with Jack Nelson, Cyril Beech, -- Nelson, Bill Palmer, and one other.

I. THRESHING

II. NELSON, JACK

III. BEECH, CYRIL

IV. PALMER, BILL

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.122

S.S. Princess Elaine at Ganges

3.3 x 5.5” b/w snapshot of a the S.S. Princess Elaine at Ganges pier,

1928

I. SHIPPING

II. SS PRINCESS ELAINE

III. WHARVES

IV. GANGES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.123

Some Fulford Harbour women

3.5 x 5.5” b/w snapshot of Clara Trage Maxwell, Mrs. Walter Curly (?), Elsie Cudmore (Gordon Cudmore’s mother), Mrs. Daykin, and Mrs. McKenzie (?) and son

V. TRAGE FAMILY

VI. MAXWELL FAMILY

VII. DAYKIN FAMILY

VIII. CUDMORE FAMILY

IX. CURLY FAMILY

VII. MCKENZIE FAMILY

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.124

St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church and bridge across Fulford Harbour estuary

33/4”x 5” snapshot of St. Paul’s Church and the bridge across the Fulford

Harbour estuary

I. FULFORD HARBOUR

II. ST. PAUL’S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

III. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.125

Harry Wright Bullock with adults and a baby

3.3 x 5” snapshot of Harry Wright Bullock, left, attending the christening of a baby, probably a Bond child, with William and Irene Palmer in the background, center right. Photo credit: Jesse Bond.

I. BULLOCK FAMILY

II. JESSE BOND COLLECTION

III. BOND FAMILY

IV. PALMER, WILLIAM AND IRENE

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.126

Bittancourt wharf in Ganges Harbour, 1920

3 x 5” snapshot of Bittancourt wharf with boat (Winamac?) in foreground, looking up Ganges Harbour. Photo taken by Jessie Brierley (Rumble) and provided by her daughter Joan Newton.

I. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION V. DOCKS

II.. BITTANCOURT, REID VI. WINAMAC

III. BITTANCOURT ROAD VII. BOATS

IV. GANGES HARBOUR

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.127

Bittancourt, Lyndell, October 24, 1919

3 x 5” snapshot of Lyndell Bittancourt by a maple tree in Brierley yard. Photo taken by Jessie Brierley (Rumble) and provided by her daughter Joan Newton.

I. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

II. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

III. BRIERLEY, JESSIE

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.128

Bittancourt family, “Sawing our own wood” October 27, 1919

3 x 5” snapshot of Mr. Peter, the late engineer of the Winamac; Father; and brother in the foreground; also our dog ‘Bing’” as identified by Lyn Bittancourt. Photo taken by Jessie Brierley (Rumble) and provided by her daughter Joan Newton.

I. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

II. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

III. LOGGING

IV. PETER, MR

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.129

Bittancourt, Reid and son Lyndell sawing a log, October 27, 1919

3 x 5” snapshot of Reid Bittancourt and son Lyndell Bittancourt cutting a log into rounds with their “Wee MacGregor”. Photo from Jessie Brierley (Rumble) and provided by her daughter Joan Newton.

I. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

II. LOGGING

III. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.130

Bittancourt, Reid house in Ganges, February 24, 1920

3 x 5” snapshot of Reid Bittancourt’s Ganges house, identified by Lyndell Bittancourt. Photo taken by Jessie Brierley (Rumble) or Lyn Bittancourt and provided by her daughter Joan Newton.

I. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

II. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

III. BUILDINGS

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.131

Bittancourt workshop and boathouse, February 24, 1920

3 x 5” snapshot of Reid Bittancourt workshop and boathouse in foreground looking up Ganges Harbour, as identified by Lyndell Bittancourt. Photo taken by Jessie Brierley (Rumble) or Lyn Bittancourt and provided by her daughter Joan Newton.

I. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

I. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

II. BUILDINGS

III. GANGES HARBOUR

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.132

Bittancourt store, 1904

4 x 6.5” snapshot of Bittancourt store at Ganges in 1904 (PABC photo)

I. BITTANCOURT COLLECTION

II. GANGES

III. BITTANCOURT FAMILY

IV. HOUSES

V. STORES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.133

Bittancourt Wharf at bottom of Bittancourt Road

2.5 x 4” b/w snapshot of a dock at the foot of Bittancourt Road, possibly the dock and buildings of Reid Bittancourt with the Winamac (?) at the end

I. DOCKS

II. BOATS

III. BITTANCOURT ROAD

IV. BITTANCOURT, REID

V. GANGES HARBOUR

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.134

Broadwell, Mary Amanda and Joel

4 x 6” portrait of Mary Amanda and Joel Broadwell

I. BROADWELL FAMILY

II. BROADWELL, JOEL

III. BROADWELL, MARY AMANDA

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.135

Building sheaves for threshing

21/2” x 4” b/w snapshot of building sheaves for threshing

I. FARMING

II. THRESHING

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.136

Fulford Harbour on inaugural day for the MV Cy Peck ferry service 1930/31

8”x10” enlargement of photo showing spectators at Fulford Harbour Wharf awaiting the arrival of the MV Cy Peck on its inaugural run from Swartz Bay.

I. MV CY PECK

II. FULFORD HARBOUR

III. TRANSPORTATION

IV. FERRIES

Accession number: CKC. 998 162.137