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McKenzie’s house and garden terrraces in Whaletown Bay

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Part Of
Gilean Douglas fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
[ca. 1960s]
Scope and Content
Photograph of a white house with rock-walled terraces to its right. This was Amy and Scotty McKenzie's float house, moved from Von Donop Inlet in 1951. Amy was daughter of Rose and Henry Byers, who lived in the “Grey House” west of the ferry landing. (The "Grey House" was later moved to Squirrel Cove next to the Store.) The McKenzie house was between the Grey House and the ferry landing; it was torn down ca. 1974. The terraces may still be seen in the small park next to the ferry landing.
Part Of
Gilean Douglas fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
1999.001
Series Number
18
Item Number
1999.001.0676
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
[ca. 1960s]
Physical Description
1 photograph print: b&w; 9 x 6.5 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph of a white house with rock-walled terraces to its right. This was Amy and Scotty McKenzie's float house, moved from Von Donop Inlet in 1951. Amy was daughter of Rose and Henry Byers, who lived in the “Grey House” west of the ferry landing. (The "Grey House" was later moved to Squirrel Cove next to the Store.) The McKenzie house was between the Grey House and the ferry landing; it was torn down ca. 1974. The terraces may still be seen in the small park next to the ferry landing.
Subject Access
Ferries
Transportation
Water transport
Geographic Access
Squirrel Cove
Whaletown
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Memorandum of Understanding between Klahoose First Nation and Cortes Ecoforestry Society

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Part Of
Cortes Ecoforestry Society fonds
Description Level
File
Material Type
textual records
graphic material
Accession Number
2017.011
Date Range
1999
Scope and Content
File contains text of the Memorandum of Understanding developed by Cortes Ecoforestry Society and Klahoose First Nation. Also includes twenty-nine (29) color photographic prints and eleven (11) color inkjet prints, which depict the signing of the MoU at Squirrel Cove and an Ecoforestry display at Smelt Bay. Photographs are stored in Photo Box #3.
Part Of
Cortes Ecoforestry Society fonds
Description Level
File
Creator
Cortes Ecoforestry Society
Fonds Number
2017.011
Series Number
12
File Number
5
Item Number Range
2017.011.001-2017.011.029
Accession Number
2017.011
Material Type
textual records
graphic material
Date Range
1999
Physical Description
29 photographs : col ; 15 x 10 cm
Scope and Content
File contains text of the Memorandum of Understanding developed by Cortes Ecoforestry Society and Klahoose First Nation. Also includes twenty-nine (29) color photographic prints and eleven (11) color inkjet prints, which depict the signing of the MoU at Squirrel Cove and an Ecoforestry display at Smelt Bay. Photographs are stored in Photo Box #3.
Storage Location
2-28
Storage Range
2-28
Name Access
Cortes Ecoforestry Society
Geographic Access
Cortes Island
Squirrel Cove
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People seated on the grass beside the church at Squirrel Cove at the MOU signing event

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Part Of
Cortes Ecoforestry Society fonds
Description Level
Item
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
1999
Part Of
Cortes Ecoforestry Society fonds
Description Level
Item
Fonds Number
2017.011
Series Number
12
File Number
5
Item Number
2017.011.004
Material Type
graphic material
Date Range
1999
Physical Description
1 photograph print : colour ; 15 x 10 cm
Storage Location
Photo box 3
Geographic Access
Squirrel Cove
Images
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