File 4 - Events

Doug Cranmer and paintings Doug Cranmer in his shop Graves of Mungo and Sarah Martin Grave of Daniel Edgar Cranmer Children dressed in regalia Children dressed in regalia, view two Cooking salmon Outdoor cooking Salmon barbecue At the market Women, children and pelts Boats in harbour Woman and drum Elder in ceremonial dress Resting on a log
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  • ca. 1964 - 1966 (Creation)
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    Virginia Kehoe

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22 photographs : col. slides ; 35 mm

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(November 2, 1916 - September 15, 2008)

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Virginia Catherine Kehoe was born in the Kitsilano neighbourhood of Vancouver on November 2, 1916. Upon marrying Bruce Kehoe, Virginia travelled with him to Ottawa, Calgary, Toronto and France as his career in the Royal Canadian Air Force lent itself to a significant amount of travel. Virginia Kehoe trained as an artist, and became close friends with Kwakwaka’wakw artist and carver Douglas Cranmer. She assisted in taking care of Cranmer’s store The Talking Stick on South Granville in Vancouver for part of its existence. Kehoe and her husband moved to Vancouver Island after Bruce Kehoe retired from the RCAF, first settling in Sooke and then moving to Victoria. Towards the end of her life, after the passing of her husband Bruce, Virginia Kehoe moved to Riverwest in Ladner, B.C. to be closer to family. Virginia Kehoe died in Ladner on September 15, 2008.

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File consists of photographs documenting various events attended by Virginia Kehoe, including ceremonies in the Alert Bay Big House, boats in Alert Bay Harbour, attending the gravesites of Mungo and Sarah Martin and Daniel Cranmer, several photographs of adults and children in regalia and salmon barbeques.

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