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025-003 1.02. 15

Ida Catterall with unidentifed man (in white jacket) and "Fransetta," standing in a temporary structure, on Hatley Park grounds

025-003 1.02. 21

A group of 7, posed standing. Harry Catterall is on the left, with unidentified woman, Mrs. Ada Catterall holding infant daughter Laura, and an unidentified man. Tommie and Helen Catterall are standing in front. This photograph was taken after completion of the Hatley project, c. 1914

025-003 1.02. 25

Muriel, Marion, Elinor and Kathleen Dunsmuir as young children, posed in front of "Burleith." Dressed in identical coats and hats, c. 1897.

025-007 1.02.001

Mrs. Laura Dunsmuir, dressed for presentation at Court of St. James, 1902. Seated in armchair, small table with vase of flowers at her side. Wearing satin gown, bodice and skirt over-panels of jewelled embroidery; fabric flowers on bodice, skirt and train; plumed headdress; holding kid gloves.

025-007 1.02.004

Woman in late-nineteenth century dress, posed next to Baroque-style upholstered armchair. Laura Michell identified this as a portrait of her grandmother, Laura Dunsmuir, as a young woman.

025-007 1.02.006

Laura Marion Dunsmuir, age about 5-6, c. 1921. Vignetted portrait, wearing dress with ruffled collar, hairbow. An oval around the subject has been drawn with a pencil.

025-007 1.02.008

Singapore gravesite of Robert William Dunsmuir. The white marble cross monument is inscribed: "In Loving Memory of Robert William Dunsmuir born in British Columbia on 21st August 1877 died in Singapore 6th January 1929"

025-007 1.02.017

Laura Marion Dunsmuir, portrait in profile wearing dark dress with white trim. Age 26-27.

025-007 1.02.018

Dolaura Marion Mitchell (age 10), with her mother, Laura Dunsmuir Mitchell, and her great-aunt, Muriel Dunsmuir St.Clair-Keith. Seated in garden cafe at the Metropole Hotel, Monte Carlo.

025-007 1.02.021

Robin (Robin James) Dunsmuir, b. 1912, eldest child of Robert and Florence Dunsmuir. Posed standing in W.W.II Canadian Navy service uniform

025-004 1.02.002

A. Selden Humphreys, posed standing, in W.W. I military uniform (Major, A.S.C.). Portrait by Raoul Autin, 34 Boulevard de Strasbourg Le Havre.

025-004 1.02.016

Marion Dunsmuir, posed side-saddle, dressed in riding costume with hat. In circular drive, Hatley Park, Neptune steps in background.

025-004 1.02.020

Kathleen Dunsmuir, seated, in walking suit with tailored blouse and long tie. Tricorn felt hat, gloves, fox fur neck-piece and muff. Photograph is autographed "For Dear Miss Esam, December 1906."

025-004 1.02.031

Candid group photo, taken in Paris nightclub (possibly Maxim's per Joan Luttmer). From left to right seated at table: James Humphreys, Muriel Dunsmuir Wingfield, unidentified man, Dickie (surname unknown).

025-009 1.02.003

Hatley Castle from North east – Neptune stairs exist, stage coaches in front, possibly the scene of a garden party

025-011 1.01.024

WEJ (Fred) Mann with horse and 3 other people at HW Simpson Blacksmiths. According to Charlie Mann's memoir, Billy Simpson's Blacksmith was located at Parson's Bridge, near the 6 Mile Pub on the Island Highway.

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