White spotted dog stands on what appears to be a wood bridge, shed and greenery in background. Photograph sent from Violet (nee Taylor) Baxter to her aunt, Sarah Glassey. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "To Auntie With love From Violet 4/4/26".
Photograph depicts town site in foreground, lake and mountains in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Atlin: Atlin, Atlin Lk, & Atlin Mts. looking N.west from Glassey's (Govt. Agent) window."
Banquet was held for Visiting Officers and Delegates to the B.P.O.E. Provincial Convention in Prince George, B.C. May 25-27, 1938. The banquet was held in the Elks’ Hall on Thursday May 26, 1938. Menu features food courses, toast list and dance programme.
This program is a newspaper clipping scrapbook featuring articles on the passing of, and services for, Mr. H.F. Glassey and Mrs. Sarah Glassey. Also included in an attached envelope at the back of this program:
A certificate of appointment issued and signed by the Lieutenant-Governor of B.C., Frank Stillman Barnard appointing H.F. Glassey to the position of Notary Public for B.C. in the county of Atlin. Signed and sealed by John Duncan MacLeary, Provincial Secretary, July 25, 1917. (item removed and rehoused with oversize materials)
Handwritten letter of condolence to Mrs. Glassey on the passing of Mr. Glassey from Mr. Ted Applewaite (Stipendiary Magistrate and former M.P. for the Skeena Riding)
Letter of condolence to Mrs. Glassey on the passing of Mr. Glassey from Mr. P.J. Lester, mayor of Prince Rupert, October 19, 1962.
A formal luncheon invitation (presumably to Mrs. Glassey) issued by the Commissioners of the Board of Parks and Public Recreation of the City of Vancouver. Luncheon to be followed by the unveiling of the Lord Stanley Statue buy the Governor General of Canada, His Excellency Major General Georges Vanier, in commemoration of the opening and dedication of Stanley Park, dated May 19, 1960.
Card of sympathy from the City of Prince Rupert. Included a photograph of two new graves laid side by side. (Photograph removed and housed with photographs)
A photograph of a women wearing a hat and coat, ca. 1910. (Item removed and housed with photographs)
Two negatives of Mr. H.F. Glassey (Item removed and housed with photographs)
One photograph featuring a fully laden dog sled. (Item removed and housed with photographs)
Photograph depicts H.F. Glassey sitting on bench on upper deck of unidentified watercraft, rope ladder in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "To Sarah for old Times Sake. Yours Bert."
Photograph depicts Sarah seated in passenger seat, and Bert standing to right of car. Mountain in background. Typed caption beside this photograph: "H.F. Glassey (Bert) Government Agent, Gold Commissioner, Coroner, Justice of Peace Atlin, B.C. with his wife Sarah in the car. 1934 --- 1942". Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Auntie & Uncle Bert".
Photograph depicts John Wessel holding lead reigns of two bulls in field. Hermina sits in cart behind bulls, Sarah stands on far right. A second field crosses midground behind fence, and building and forest stand in background.
Photograph depicts man in suit and tie, posed in front of door to unknown building. Handwritten annotations on recto of photograph: "a daughter November 18, 1927.", "unknown Whitehead?" This man is speculated to be John Wessel, father of Sarah Glassey.
This commemorative souvenir was produced by the Prince Rupert Pioneers’ Association in 1914. Its content provides a textual overview of the individual persons who pioneered the establishment of Prince Rupert, as well as, their associated portrait photographs. This publication also provides a brief introduction to the history of Prince Rupert and includes some related historical photographs.
Photograph depicts Sarah and H.F. Glassey standing on wood sidewalk in hats and long jackets, unidentified house in background. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Sarah & Bert Glassey". Photograph speculated to have been taken near the Glassey home at Atlin, BC.
Group of eleven men and women stands and kneels in front of fence, field and hills in background. Sarah stands fourth from left, Bert stands on far right. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Murphy's place ATLIN." Similar group also featured in items 2009.5.2.274 - 2009.5.2.294.
Group of six men and women stands behind railing of veranda at unknown building. Bert and Sarah stand second and third from left. Picket fence, shed building, and mountains visible in background. Similar group also featured in items 2009.5.2.274 - 2009.5.2.294.
Group of six men and women stand behind railing of veranda at unknown building. Sarah stands third from left, Bert sits on railings on right. Mountains visible in background. Image cropped to oval shape. Similar group also featured in items 2009.5.2.274 - 2009.5.2.294.
Group of eleven men and women stands and kneels in front of fence, field and hills in background. Sarah stands third from left, Bert stands on far right. Illegible annotation on recto of photograph: "Sands. Life up. Govt Agent [...?] Sands." Image cropped to oval shape. Similar group also featured in items 2009.5.2.274 - 2009.5.2.294.
Two woman stand on road in front of car, trees and second parked car in background. Woman on left speculated to be Sarah Glassey. Handwritten annotation on recto of photograph: "Auntie + friend + the car."
Young woman believed to be Sarah Glassey stands in farm yard holding unidentified object. A small dog stands at her feet. Fence, supplies, and unidentified building stand in background. It is also possible that this woman may Violet (nee Taylor) Baxter, niece to Sarah Glassey.
Photograph depicts Sarah Glassey, holding her fox terrier, and standing at corner of log house. Felled trees in foreground, forest trees in background. Photograph believed to have been taken on the 160 acres of land which Sarah purchased in the Kispiox Valley in 1911. She became the first single woman to pre-empt land in British Columbia. This house was built in a year with the help of a Gitxsan Elder.
Two women sit at small table in front yard of large house, woman on right believed to be Sarah Glassey. Pillows, chairs, and plants on porch in background. Handwritten annotation on recto: "Mrs. Bradbury, Myself taken when I was sick. Her house in Saanich."