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Helen Dawe Collection

Series 6.11
   Ships, A-Chea

    Ships, Che-I
    Ships, K-R
    Ships, S-Ta
    Ships, Te-Y


Series 6.11 -- Ships (1887-1977) -- K-R, Page 1

Most photographs are of Union Steamship vessels, which operated between Vancouver, Sechelt and Powell River. Some are of other steamship lines' vessels or are of privately owned ships with connections to Sechelt.

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6.11.52

1921-1924 -- Various photographs of the Hudson's Bay Company motor vessel Lady Kindersley specially built in Vancouver in 1921 for the western Arctic trade. She was christened by Frances Gladys O'Kelly wife of Thomas Patrick O'Kelly and they sailed to the Arctic on the ship's maiden voyage. Patrick and Gladys lived in Sechelt from1912 to about 1915 when he was Herbert Whitaker's partner for a short time. In 1907 he had been a trader for the Hudson's Bay Company in the north.

Photographer unknown


6.11.53

1921-1924 -- Various photographs of the Hudson's Bay Company motor vessel Lady Kindersley specially built in Vancouver in 1921 for the western Arctic trade. She was christened by Frances Gladys O'Kelly wife of Thomas Patrick O'Kelly and they sailed to the Arctic on the ship's maiden voyage. Patrick and Gladys lived in Sechelt from1912 to about 1915 when he was Herbert Whitaker's partner for a short time. In 1907 he had been a trader for the Hudson's Bay Company in the north.

Photographer unknown


6.11.54

1921-1924 -- Various photographs of the Hudson's Bay Company motor vessel Lady Kindersley specially built in Vancouver in 1921 for the western Arctic trade. She was christened by Frances Gladys O'Kelly wife of Thomas Patrick O'Kelly and they sailed to the Arctic on the ship's maiden voyage. Patrick and Gladys lived in Sechelt from1912 to about 1915 when he was Herbert Whitaker's partner for a short time. In 1907 he had been a trader for the Hudson's Bay Company in the north.

Photograph by W.T. Moore


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