Picture of Mrs. Ada Catterall and Ida Catterall, her sister-in-law, seated on front steps of a house on the grounds of Hatley Park. Mrs. Catterall's handwritten caption reads: "Where we camped from March 5, 1908 to December 20, 1909 Hatley Park, Colwood B.C."
A large group assembled on the lagooon. There are several childern in the picture--it may have been a gathering of families/ or friends associated with the Hatley construction project. Caption reads "Aug. 9' 08".
A group of 4 posed in front of wood-framed, unfinished roof of castle at Hatley Park. From left: Miss Ida Catterall, Ada's friend Lilly Griffiths, Harry Catterall, Mr. P. Eve (a family friend), Tommie Catterall. Caption reads "Thanksgiving day Nov. 9 '08."
Thomas Catterall, son of Harry and Ada Catterall, born 1902. He lived at Hatley Park with parents during castle construction. Later as a young man (as pictured here), he did various odd jobs around the estate.
Kathleen Dunsmuir, in lame Arabian-style gown, appears to be standing on deck of boat or ship. Location and date uncertain. Possibly taken during family trip aboard 1911-12, when the Dunsmuirs cruised the Nile.
James and Laura Dunsmuir, with Eileen Molyneux, in Italian Garden, Hatley Park. Mrs. Dunsmuir in dark walking costume, straw hat, cane. Mr. Dunsmuir in striped suit with vest, cloth cap, cane. Eileen in light summer suit, brimmed hat.
Photo of some of the Dunsmuir family and friends. Group of 9 people including: (back row, left to right) Laura Audain, Jack Chaplain, Elizabeth Hope Dunsmuir, Robin Dunsmuir, Elinor Dunsmuir, Jimmy Audain (front row, seated, left to right) Muriel Wingfield Dunsmuir, Laura Dunsmuir and Maude Chaplain. At Journey's End