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Series 6.7




Series 6.7 -- Individuals and Groups, Sechelt and District -- Mc-M, 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 McCall.

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1940 -- James F. MacDonald (Mac) with wife and step-daughter Pat. He owned land and Chatterbox Falls at the head of Princess Louisa. Inlet. After his death the area was left to a Society to run and eventually it became a B.C. Provincial marine park.

Photograph by Jean Whittaker


1940 -- Pat, stepdaughter of James F. MacDonald (Mac), paddling canoe.

Photograph by Jean Whittaker


1918 -- Arnold McQuarrie. The McQuarrie family came in 1912 from Maine to Sechelt where father Franklin worked as a logger, road foreman and school trustee. Arnold worked for Bert Whitaker as a store clerk and wagon driver then with the whole family moved to Powell River around 1917. The McQuarrie home on the west side of Porpoise Bay, is still called "Tranquil Tara."

Photographer unknown


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