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025-007 1.02.014

Photo of some of the Dunsmuir family and friends. Group of 13 people (L-R): Back row: Selden Humphries, Jackie Chaplain, Laura Audain, Reggie Chaplain, Dr. H Wasson. Standing: Bobby Drost, Bessie Hope, Elinor Dunsmuir, Muriel Wingfield, Robin Dunsmuir. Seated: Tolly Wingfield, Laura Dunsmuir, Maude Chaplain. At Journey's End

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Hatley Castle from Croquet pitch, bay trees gone, replaced by boxwood after 1937.

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Little girl wearing a dress and a bow in her hair walking on the terrace of Hatley Castle. Side body profile. Her arms are crossed.

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Hatley Castle from south, under construction. Temporary buildings at east and west end of site

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Garden in the courtyard of the stables and mews, Hatley Park North East view. Shows the coachman's house and the courtyard wall

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Helen and Joan in front of dairyman's cottage, Hatley Park. Hay barn is visible in the background.

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group outside coachman's cottage at Hatley Park. WEJ (Fred), Harriet, Jennie and 3 unknown adults

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WEJ and horse, Dogfox, in the stable yard at Hatley Park. Dogfox was the polo horse belonging to James Dunsmuir's brother-in-law, Reggie Chaplain. Reggie and Maud lived in Vancouver but Dogfox was stabled at Hatley Park.

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Men marching through a street in Victoria, BC. Charlie Mann is second from right

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Mrs. Ada Catterall, daughter Helen, in boat with two ladies wearing hats (identified as Mrs. Truesdell and Mrs. Hawthorne). Caption reads: "On the spit Oct. 1908."

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Mrs. Ada Catterall, with her daughter and son, Helen and Tommie, and unidentified woman. Caption reads: "On the spit July 14 '08

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