Helen Dawe Collection
Series 6.7 -- Individuals and
Groups, Sechelt and District -- G, Page 1
Photographs consist of pioneer families,
individuals, groups, Mayors and Councillors, members of town
service industries of Sechelt listed in alphabetical order.
Photographers include Edric Clayton, Charles Bradbury, Helen
1969 -- Hugh Bernel Gordon (left) and Norman
Hoffar pictured beside Mr. Hoffar's 1935 Rolls Royce
car which he drove in many Sechelt parades. Bernel
Gordon, a real estate and insurance agent, was a
prominent Sechelt resident and served on Sechelt's
first elected Village Council in 1956.
Date unknown -- Captain Neil Gray, master of
the Union Steamship vessel 'Lady Cecelia.' He died in
Date unknown -- A coloured postcard of Canon
Alan Greene's Wayside Shrine on Redrooffs Road,
Halfmoon Bay which he built it for all to use and as a
Memorial to all the British Columbia coastal residents
served by the Columbia Coast Mission from 1905 on.
Postcard published by Phantom Air
Productions, Sechelt, B.C.
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